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372 ; D. A. van Bastelaer's Observations in Ozone, 373 ; | Michigan, Geology of the Iron, Gold, and Copper Districts of,
Magnetical and Meteorological Observations made at the Prof. M. E. Wadsworih, Sir Archibald Geikie, Dr. Hicks,
Government Observatory, Bombay, 1890, with an Appendix, H. Bauerman, 117
379 ; Colonial Meteorology, C. J. Symons, F.R.S., 390; Micro-organisms at Various Temperatures, Investigations on the
Observations of Atmospheric Electricity in America, T. C. Behaviour of, 234
Mendenhall, Prof. Oliver J. Lodge, E.R.S., 392 ; Dew, Micro-organisms and their Investigation, Mrs. Percy Frank-
Herr Wollny, 398 ; Report of the Meteorological Council for land, 446
Year ending March 31, 1892, 422 ; Summary of Weekly Microbes, Researches on the Fixation of Atmospheric Nitrogen,
Weather Report, 1892, 422 ; on the Particles in Fogs and by M. Berthelot, 23
Clouds, John Aitken, 431; on the Hygrometry of the Atmos. | Microscopy: American Microscopical Society, Prizes offered
phere at Ben Nevis, A. J. Herbertson, 431 ; Report on the for Encouragement of Research, 15; Messrs. Swist's Alu-
Phenological Observations for 1892, E, Mawley, 430 ; Re minium Microscope, G. C. Karop, 47 ; Medical Microscopy,
lation between the Duration of Sunshine, the Amount of Frank J. Wethered, Dr. A. H. Tubby, 51 ; the Reflector
Cloud, and the Height of the Barometer, W. Ellis, 431 ; Winter with the Projection Microscope, G. B. Buckton, F.R.S., 54 ;
Temperatures on Mountain Summits, W. Piffe Brown, 431; Fungus Internally Parasitic in Diatoms, C. H. Gill, Mr.
High Atmospheric Pressures observed at Irkutsk from Bennett, 118; on the Anatomy of Pentastomum teretiusculum,
January 12 to 16, 1893, Alexis de Tillo, 432 ; Stonyhurst Prof. W. Baldwin Spencer, 260; Quarterly Journal of Micro-
College Observatory, 450; Hot Winds in Texas, May 29 and scopical Science, 260; on the Development of the Optic
30, 1892, J, M. Cline, 454 ; the Electrification of the Lower Nerve of Vertebrates and the Choroidal Fissure of Embryonic
Air during Auroral Displays, A. McAdie, 454 ; Scottish Life, Richard Assheton, 261 ; on the Development of the
Meteorological Society, 469; the High Barometer Readings Genital Organs, Ovoid Gland, Axial and Aboral Sinuses in
sor January, 470; Observation made at Fotsdam Meteoro. Amphiura Squamata, together with some Remarks on
logical Institute on the Recent Coldest Day in January, Prof. Ludwig's Hæmal System in this Ophiurid, E. W. MacBride,
Sprung, 480 ; a Short Cycle in Weather, James P. Hall, 499 ; 261 ; on a New Species of Aquatic Oligochæta belonging to
on some Meteorological Problems, Shelford Bidwell, F.R.S., the family Rhinodrilidæ found in England by W. B. Benham,
502 ; on the True Theory of Waterspouts and Tornadoes, with 261 ; on the Minute Structure of the Gills of Palaemonetes
Special reference to that of Lawrence, Massachusetts, M. H. l'arians, Edgar J. Allen, 261 ; Royal Microscopical Society,
Faye, 503 ; Remarkable Cold Wave over China in January, 359; the Microscope : its Construction and Management,
1893, S. B. J. Skertchly, 516; Severe Frost at Hongkong, Dr. Henri Van Hewick, Rev. Dr. Dallinger, F.R.S., 409
W. T. Thiselton-Dyer, F.R.S., 535; Charles Ford, 535;

Midgley (W. W.), Constructive Errors in some Hygrometers,
W. Doberck, 536 ; Practical Meteorology in Spain, 543; 623
Synoptic Daily Weather Charts of North Atlantic Ocean, Miers (H. A.), the Rare Silver Minerals Xanthoconite and
543; the Thermal Exchanges of the Atmosphere, Prof. von Rittingerite, 70
Bezold, 552; Hail Storms, H. C. Russell, 573; Exploration Migration of Birds, the, an Attempt to Reduce Avian Season-
of the Free Air, Prof. M. W. Harrington, 574; the General

Flight to Law, Charles Dixon, 169
Winds of The Atlantic Ocean, Prof. W. M. Davis, 574"; Military Telephones, 182
Fossil Floras and Climate, Sir William Dawson, F.RS., Milk, Methods of Examining, for Tubercle Bacillus, Ilkewitsch
556; J. Starkie Gardner, 582 ; the Afterglows and Bishop's and Thörner, 254
Ring, T. W. Backhouse, 582; Complimentary Dinner to Mr. Milky Way, the, Dr. Otto Boeddicker, 337
Henry Perigal, 585; the Surface Configuration of Maryland, Milky Way, Stellar Magnitudes in Relation to the, Prof.
Prof. W. B. Clark, 585 ; a Highly Sensitive Mercury Kapteyn, 64
Barometer, Dr. Carlo del Lungo, 586; Exploration of the Millar (J. H.), Formation and Nitration of Phenyldiazoimide,
Higher Atmosphere, Gustave Hermite, 600; New Methods of

Disseminating Weather Forecasts in New England, 613;

Milne (Prof. John, F.R.S.), the Volcanoes of Japan, Part I,
Harmonic Analysis of Hourly Observations of Air Tempera. Fujisan, 178; Yezo and the Ainu, 330 ; Instruments for the
ture and Pressure at British Observatories, Lieut. -General R. Earthquake Laboratory at the Chicago Exhibition, 356
Strachey, F.R.S., 621 ; the Direction of the Wind over the Milton (İ. T.), Notes on Boiler-testing, 521
British Isles 1876-80, F. C. Bayard, 623; Notes on Two Mimicry, Aggressive, the Volucella as Examples of, Edward B.
Photographs of Lightning taken at Sydney Observatory,

Poulton, F.R.S., 28; W. Bateson, 77
December 7, 1892, H. C. Russell, F.R.S., 623 ; Constructive Mineralogy : Establishment of the Tetrahedral Hemisymmetry
Errors in some Hygrometers, W. W. Midgley, 623

of Binnite, Dr. Trechmann, 70 ; the Rare Silver Minerals
Meteors : Prof. C. A. Young, 150; Great Meteor in Alabama, Xantheconite and Rittingerite, H. A. Miers and G. T. Prior,

86 ; December Meteors (Geminids), W. F. Denning, 226; 70 ; Baddeleyite, Fletcher, 70 ; Mineralogical Society, 70;
a Brilliant Meteor, W. Pollard, 247 ; Meteor Shower of Artificial Production of Rutile, L. Michel, 168 ; Death of
November 23, 1892, 257; Remarkable Meteor in Texas, Nikolai Ivanovitch Koksharoff, 278; a New Coaly Mineral,
C. F. Maxwell, 279 ; a Meteor, W. L. Distant, 316 ; a 280 ; the Occurrence of Native Zirconia (Baddeleyite), L
Brilliant Meteor, Dr. Jas. Rorie, 495 ; Meteor of March 18,

Fletcher, F.R.S., 283 ; Hæmatite as an Illustration of the
1893, G. P. Bailey, 516 ; Meteor Showers, 590

Tendency of Inorganic Matter to Simulate Inorganic Forms,
Meteoric Iron, Diamond in, C. Friedel, 192

374 ; on a Meteoric Stone found at Makariwa, near Inver.
Meteoric Iron of Cañon Diablo, on the, C. Friedel, 408

cargill, New Zealand, G. H. F. Ulrich, 381 ; Study of the
Meteoric Stone Found at Makariwa, near Invercargill, New Cañon Diablo Meteorite, Henri Moissan, 408 ; on the
Zealand, on a, G.F.H. Ulrich, 381

Meteoric Iron of Cañon Diablo, C. Friedel, 408 ; on the
Meteorites : a Large Meteorite from Western Australia, James Presence of Graphite Carbonado and Microscopic Diamonds

R. Gregory, 90; Lines of Structure in the Winnebago County in the Blue Earıh of the Cape, Henri Moissan, 408 ;
Meteorites and in other Meteorites, Prof. H. A. Newton, Mineralogical and Lithological Examination of the Meteorite
370 ; Study of the Cañon Diablo Meteorite, Henri Moissan, of Kiowa county, Kansas, M. Stanislas Meunier, 456;
408 ; Observation on the Conditions which appear to have Analysis of the Ashes of the Diamond, Henri Moissan, 479;
obtained during the Formation of Meteorites, M. Daubrée, Remarks on the Native Iron of Ovifak and the Bitumen of
432 ; Mineralogical and Lithological Examination of the the Crystallised Rocks of Sweden, M. Nordenskiöld, 552;
Meteorite of Kiowa county, Kansas, M. Stanislas Meunier, Valuable Ruby discovered at Burma Mines, 586.
456; Great Meteorite from Western Australia, 469; Fall of Miner's Safety-lamp, a New Portable, Prof. Frank Clowes,
a Meteorite, 565

Meunier (M. Stanislas), Mineralogical and Lithological Ex Minervini (Signor), the Blood vessels of the Skin in Different
amination of the Meteorite of Kiowa county, Kansas, 436

Parts, 254
Meyer (Prof. A. B.), the Cause of Sexual Differences of Colour Minor Planets, 352, 547
in Eclectus, 486

Mirrors, Japanese, Magic, Prof. S. P. Thompson, F.R.S., 381
Mice, Field, in Thessaly and Scotland, the Plague of, 396 Mohn (Prof.), the Climate of Greenland, 474
Michael (A. D.), a New Species (and genus) of Acarus found in Moissan (Henri), Chemical Study of Opium Smoke, 168 ; a
Cornwall, 502

New Electric Furnace, 192; Action of High Temperature
Michel (L ), Artificial Production of Rutile, 168

on Metallic Oxides, 192; Study of the Cañon Diablo




Meteorite, 408 ; on ihe Presence of Graphite Carbonada and | Muir (Prof. James), Manual of Dairy Work, 555
Microscopic Diamonds in the Blue Earth of the Cape, 408 ; Mulcaster (Richard), Foster Watson, 279
Ready Preparation of Large Quantitie; of the More Refractory | Müller (Dr. Felix), Tabular History of Astronomy to the year
Metals by Means of the Electric Furnace, 424; the Chemical 1500 A.D., 18
Properties of the Diamond, 472 ; Analysis of the Ashes of Müller (P. A.), the Evaporation from a Snow Surface, 301
the Diamond, 479 ; the Use of the Electric Current in Pro. | Mummies, Egyptian, Prof. Macalister, 623
ducing High Temperatures, 497 ; on the Preparation of a Mundella (Mr.), the Board of Trade and the Electrical Engineers,
Variety of Swelling Graphite, 527

Molecular Force, Mr. Sutherland's Paper on the Laws of, Prof. Munk (Dr. J.), Experiments on the Nutrition of Fasting Men,

Fitzgerald, Dr. Gladstone, S. H. Burbury, Prof. Ramsay, 552
Macfarlane Gray, Prof. Herschel, 117

Munro (Dr.), Yew Poisoning, 285
Mollusca, the Manile-Cells of Ascidians, Kowalevsky, 62 ; | Murphy (Joseph John), an Optical Phenomenon, 365

on the Reproduction of Orbitolites, H. B. Brady, 119; Cata Murray (Helen J.), a Wild Rabbit Tamed, 86
logue of the New Zealand Mollusca, H. Suter, 397

Murray (T. S.), Synthesis of Oxazoles from Benzoin and Nitriles,
Mollusks, Hints for Collectors of, William H. Dall, 140

Monckton (Horace W.), on the Occurrence of Boulders and Muscle, the Cross Striping of, Prof. Richard Ewald, and Prof.

Pebbles from the Glacial Drist in Gravels south of the Thames, Haycrast, 92

Museum of Sanitary Appliances, Hornsey Local Board, 587
Mondes, Autres, Amédée Guillemin, 485

Music, Sound and, Rev. J. A. Zahm, 222
Mongolia and Central Tibet, C. Woodville Rockhill, 426 Musical Instruments, Women and, Henry Balfour, 55
Monsters, Extinct, Rev. H. N. Hutchinson, 250

Musk Ox, 559 ; Suggested introduction into Scotland of the, Col.
Mont Blanc Observatory, 204

H. W. Fielden, 349
Montagu (S., M.P.), the Decimal System, 323

Mycology, British Fungus-Flora, George Massee, 26; a new
Monteil's (Capt.) Mission, Completion of, 89

Luminous Fungus from Tahiti, 157
Month and Year, a Simple Rule for finding the Day of the Myers (W. S.), Production of Orcinol, &c., from Dehydracetic
Week corresponding to any given day of ihe, 509

acid, 237
Monuments of Prehistoric Peoples, Manners and, Marquis de

Nadaillac, 316
Moody (G.' T.), Studies on Isomeric Change, ii. and iii., Nadaillac (M. de), the Recent Mound-Excavations in the Ohio

Valley, 16
Moon, Occultation of Mars and Jupiter by the, Prof. Barnard, Nadaillac (Marquis de), Manners and Monuments of Prehistoric

41; Lunar “Volcanoes " and Lava Lakes, S. E. Peal, 486 Peoples, 316
Moore (T. J.), Death of, late Curator of Liverpool Derby Nagel (Herr), Food-recognising Sense of Sea-Anemones, 185
Museum, 37

Naked-Eye Botany, F. E. Kitchener, 198
Morbology : the Alleged Increase of Nervous Diseases with Names, Geographical, Colonel H. H. Godwin-Austen, F.R.S.,

Growth of Civilisation, Dr. Brinton, 280, 374 ; on the Patho 245
geny of Diabetes, MM. A. Chaveau and Kaufmann, 384 ; Nansen's (Dr.), Arctic Expedition, 65
Typhoid Fever attributed to bathing in polluted water, Herr / Napoleonic Wars, Statistics of Survivors of the, M. Turquan,
Jaeger, 398 ; the Clasmatocytes, the Fixed Cellules of the

Connective Tissue and the Pus Globules, M. L. Ranvier, | Natal Observatory, 498
408 ; on the Urea contained in the Blood in cases of Ec Nathan on the Improvement of Cider by Wine-Yeast, 208
lampsia, M. L. Butte, 456; Experimental Medicine, 593; Native Birds of New Zealand, the Preservation of the, 394
Prof. Behring's Experiments with Preventive Serum, 600

| Natural History: Edgar B. Waite appointed Assistant
More About Wild Nature, Mrs. Brightwen, 125

Curator in Australian Museum, Sydney, III; American
Mormyrus and Malapterurus, on the Origin of the Electric Society of Naturalists, 205; the Naturalist on the River
Nerves in the Torpedo, Gymnotus, Gustav Fritsch, 271

Amazons, Henry Walter Bates, F.R.S., 269; Lion-Tiger
Morocco, Lieut.-Col. Sir R. Lambert Playfair and Dr. Robert and Tiger-Lion Hybrids, Dr. V. Ball, F.R.S., 390 ; Lion.
Brown, 298

Tiger Hybrids, S. F. Harmer, 413; Idle Days in Patagonia,
Morocco, the Mixed Character of the Population of, A. Le W. H. Hudson, Dr. Alf. Russel Wallace, 483; Applied
Chatelier, 61

Natural History, W. L. Calderwood, 492 ; the Musk-Ox,
Morphology : The Sense Organs of the Skin, Feathers, and 559; Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society, Annual

Hairs in Mammalia, Herr Maurer, 87; Contribution à Address of, H. B. Woodward, 562 ; Wild Spain, Abel Chap-
l'Étude de la Morphologie et du Développement des Bac man and Walter J. Buck, 583; Natural History of Plants,
tériacées, Dr. A. Billet, Dr. Rubert Boyce, 532

Anton Kerner Von Marilaun, 605; Blind Animals in Caves,
Morris (Rev. F. 0.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 372

Prof. E. Ray Lankester, F.R.S., 389, 486; J. T. Cunning-
Morrison (Mr.), Experiments on the Value of the Steam jacket, ham, 439, 537 ; A. Anderson, 439; G. A. Boulenger, 608;

Bequest to Illinois Wesleyan University of Mr. Lichten-
Moscow, International Zoological Congress at, 236

thaler's Collection, 613
Moth, the Death's Head, and Bees, J. R. S. Clifford, 234 Nature, the Beauties of, and the Wonders of the World we
Moths of India, 387

Live in, Right Hon. Sir John Lubbock, F.R.S., 28
Motion in the Line of Sight, M. H. Deslandres, 88

Nature, a Description of the Laws and Wonders of, Richard A.
Motion of Nova Aurigæ, Prof. W. W. Campbell, 256

Gregory, 74
Motion of B Persei, 115

Nature, Evolution and Man's Place in, Henry Calderwood, 385
Motion of the Solar System, Prof. J. G. Porter, 41

Naue (J.), Discovery near Schaffhausen of Prehistoric Drawings
Motion of a Solid Body in a Viscous Liquid, A. B. Basset, on Limestone, 279
F.R.S., 512

Nautical Almanac for 1896, the, 326
Motions, Proper, M. Deslandres, 115

Naval Architecture : the Strength of Bulkheads, Dr. Elgar,
Motive Power, Waves as a, H. Linden, 438

529; Experiments on the Transmission of Heat ihrough
Mottelay (P. Fleury), William Gilbert, of Colchester, Physician, Tube-plates, A. J. Durston, 521; Notes on Boiler-lesting,

of London, on the Loadstone and Magnetic Bodies, and on J. T. Milton, 521; an Apparatus for Measuring and
the Great Magnet, the Earth. A New Physiology, Demon Registering Vibrations of Steainers, E. Otto Schlick, 521;
strated with Many Arguments and Experiments, 556

Experiments with Engines of ss. Iveagh, John Inglis, 521
Mouillefort (M.), the Vineyards of Cyprus, 517

Naval Architects, Institution of, 519; Annual General Meeting,
Mound, Kansas, the Great Spirit Spring, É. H. S. Bailey, 87 | 494
Mound-Excavations in the Obio Valley, the Recent, M. de Navigation ; the Measurement of Wake Currents, G. A. Cal.
Nadaillac, 16

vert, 319
Mountain Ranges, Experiments on Folding and on the Genesis Navigation, Graphical Solutions of Problems in, 547
of, Prof. E. Reyer, 81

Nayudu (P. Lakshmi Narasu), Notes on Qualitative Chemical
Mountain Group in Podolia, a Curious, 617

Analysis, 100
Mudfishes, the Brain in, Dr. Rudolf Burckhardt, 339

Neave (Newman), a Fork-tailed Petrel, 31


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Nebula near & Persei (N. G.C. 1499), the Large, Dr. Scheiner, Mr. Huggins, 425; Motion of Nova Aurigæ, Prof. W. W.

Campbell, 256 ; Hydrogen Line HB in the Spectrum of,
Neesen (Prof.), Experiments on Photographic Recording of Herr Victor Schumann, 425 ; Spectra of Planetary Nebulæ
Oscillation of Projectiles, 216

and Nova Aurigæ, M. Eugen Gothard, 352
Nelson (R. H.), Death of, 353

Novel (M. J.); on a new Soldering Process for Aluminium and
Neolithic Village of the Roche-au-Diable, near Tesnières, various other Metals, 384

Canton of Lorez-le-Bocage (Seine-et-Marne), Armand Viré, Nubibus, Dynamics in, * Waterdale," 601

Nuttall (Zelia), the Calendar System of the Ancient Aztecs, 156
Netto (Eugen), the Theory of Substitutions and its Applications

to Algebra, 338
Neumann (Herr), Power of Hydrogen-Absorption of Various | Obrutcheff (M.), Further Researches in Siberia, 255
Metals, 63

Observatories : a New Observatory at Abastouman, 133; Com.
Neville and Heycock, Isolation of Gold and Cadmium Com panion to the Observatory for 1893, 159 ; Mont Blanc Ob-
pounds, 40

servatory, 204 ; Lick Observatory, Miss Milicent W. Shinn,
New England, New Methods of disseminating Weather Fore. 209; the Harvard College Observatory, Prof. E. C. Pickering,
casts in, 613

304, 403 ; Stonyhurst College Observatory, 450; United States
New England Grammar Schools, Change recommended by Naval Observatory, 452; Yale Astronomical Observatory,
Association of College Officers in Curriculum of, 279

452 ; Bermerside Observatory, 473 ; the Melbourne Observa.
New Guinea, British, J. P. Thomson, Henry O. Forbes, 345, tory, 498; Natal Observatory, 498 ; Wolsingham Observa-
414 ; Prof. Alfred C. Haddon, 414

tory, 518; Circular No. 35, 590; T. E. Espin, 452; Paris
New Hebrides, on some Islands of the, Lieut. Boyle T. Observatory in 1892, M. Tisserand, 546; Magnetical and
Somerville, 455

Meteorological Observations made at the Government Ob-
New South Wales : Artesian Boring and Irrigation in, J. W. servatory, Bombay, 1890, 379 ; “ The Observatory," 566

Boultbee, 183; Physical Geography and Climate of, H. C. Observational Astronomy, Arthur Mee, 437

Russell, F.R.S., 258; Plants most visited by Bees in, 614 Occultation of Mars and Jupiter by the Moon, Prof. Barnard,
New York Mathematical Society, Bulletin of, 23

New York State Pecuniary Contributions to Agriculture, the, Odorographia : a Natural History of Raw Materials and Drugs

used in the Perfume Industry, J. Ch. Sawer, 52
New York, Columbia College ; the Loubat Prizes, 496

Odours, Analysis of Complex, Jacques Pa-sy, 48
New Zealand : Earthquake in, 372 ; the Preservation of the Oesten (Herr), Filtered Sewage Water Favourable to Fish Life,
Native Birds of, 394 ; Catalogue of the New Zealand Mol-

lusca, H. Suter, 397

Ohio Valley, the Recent Mound-Excavations in the, M.
Newall (1. F.), Nova Auriga, 7

de Nadaillac, 16
Newberry (John Strong), Obituary Notice of, 276

Oil in Calming Waves, Experiments on the use of, Rear-
Newcastle College of Science, Laying Foundation Stone Admiral Cavelier de Cuverville, 279
of, 129

Olphe-Galliard (Victor Aimé Leon), Death and Obituary Notice
Newcomb-Engelmann's Populäre Astronomie, 291
Newth (G. S.), Note on the Colours of the Alkali Metals, 55 ; Olszewski (Herr), Use of Total Reflection to determine Light-

Chemical Lecture Experiments, Sir Henry E. Roscoe, Refraction of Liquid Oxygen, 614
F.R.S., 97

Omori (F.), Instruments for the Earthquake Laboratory at the
Newton (Prof. Alfred, F.R.S.), Pala ontological Discovery in Chicago Exhibition, 356
Australia, 606

Ophthalmology : the Association of Shipping Disasters with
Newton (E. T.), some New Reptiles from the Elgin Sand- Defective Vision in Sailors, Dr. T. H. Bickerton, 16
stone, 189

Opium Smoke, Chemical Study of, Henri Moissan, 168 ; Phy-i.
Newton (Prof. H. A.), Lines of Structure in the Winnebago ological Study of, G. Gréhant and Em. Martin, 168
County Meteorites and in other Meteorites, 370

Opposition of Mars, the Recent, Prof. W. H. Pickering, 235
Niagara Spray Clouds, the, Chas. A. Carus-Wilson, 414 Optics : Optical Illusions, R. T. Lewis, 31; W. B. Croft, 78 ;
Nicaragua, the Boundaries of Costa Rica and, Dr. H. Pola Refraction and Dispersion of Light in Metal Prisms, D.
kowsky, 257

Shea, 68 ; a New “Shortened Telescope,” Dr. R. Steinheil,
Vicholls (H. A. Alsord), a Text-book of Tropical Agricul. | 113 ; The Passage of a Wave through a Focus, P. Joubin, 143;
ture, 313

Existence of Distinct Nervous Centres for Perception of
Nicobar Pottery, E. H. Man, 455

Fundamental Colours of Spectrum, A. Chauveau, 143; the
Nicolsky (Dr.), Study of the Form of Eggs, 253

New Telephotographic Lens, T. R. Dallmeyer, 161; Re-
Nikitiné (S.), Constitution of the Quaternary Deposits in markable Optical Phenomenon near Zermatt, F. Folie, 303;

Russia and their Relations to the Finds resulting from the on the Minimum Perceptible Amount of Light, M. Charles
Activity of Prehistoric Man, 523

Henry, 312 ; the Polarising Action of the Moon on the
Nile, the Stars and the, Capt. H. G. Lyons, 101

Atmosphere, Clémence Royer, 325 ; the Alleged Sexual
Nile, tbe Sacred, J. Norman Lockyer, F.R.S., 464

Difference in the Eye, Herr Greef, 325; Optical Continuity,
Nitrate of Soda : The Origin of Caliche, G. M. Hunter, 254 Francis Galton, F.R.S., 342; an Optical Phenomenon,
Nitrogen, Atmospheric, Researches on the Fixation by Mi. Joseph John Murphy, 365; Helmholtz Physiological Optics,
crobes of, M. Berthelot, 23

Prof. J. D. Evereit, F.R.S., 365 ; Preliminary Note on the
Niven (W. D., F.R.S.), the Harmonics of a Ring, 406

Colours of Cloudy Condensation, C. Barus, 380 ; the Percep-
Nomenclature, Biological ; the rule “Once a Synonym, always tion of Colour, W. F. Stanley, 381 ; on Semicircular Inter-
a Synonym," Elliott Coues, 39

ference Fringes, M. G. Meslin, 384 ; Modern Optics and the
Nomenclature, Botanical, W. T. Thiselton Dyer, F.R.S., 53 ; Microscope, Dr. Henri van Heurck, Rev. Dr. Dallinger,
Sereno Watson, 53

F.R.S., 409; Electrical Actinometers used by Messrs.
Nordenskiöld (M.), Kemarks on the Native Iron of Ovisak and Elster and Geitel in Measurement of Sun's Ultra Violet
the Bitumen of the Crystallised Rocks of Sweden, 552

Radiation, 422 ; Two Experimental Verifications Relative to
Noorden (Dr. von), Four Experiments on Nutrition, 504

Refraction in Crystals, J. Verschaffelt, 428; the Fundamental
Norfolk Coast, Sowerby's Whale on the, T. Southwell, 349 Law of Complementary Colours, Paui Glan, 455 ; a Nex
Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society ; Annual Address by Hypothesis Concerning Vision. John Berry Haycraft, 478;
H. B. Woodward, 562

a New and Handy Focometer, Prof. J. D. Everett, F.R.S.,
North Sea, Destruction of Immature Fish in the, Ernest W'. L. 500; on the Measurement of Direct Light by Means of the
Holt, 160

Tintometer, J. W. Lovibond, 501 ; on the Chromatic Curves
North Sea, Magnetic Observations in the, A. Shück, 555

of Microscope Objectives, Dr. W. H. Dallinger, 501; ID-
North American Indians, Educational Work among the, 350 Auence of the Motion of the Earth on the Propagation oí
Notes from the Leyden Museum, 357

Light in Doubly Reliacting Media, Mr. Lorentz, 504 ; Pene
Nottingham Meeting of the British Association, the Coming, vation of Thin Metallic Plates by Cathode Rays causing

Phosphorescence, 518; the Dioptrics of Graungs, Dr. ).
Nova Auriga, 159, 399 ; H. F. Newall, 7 ; Prof. Barnard, 282 ; 1 Larmor, F.K.S., 526 ; on Spherical Aberration of the Humaa



Eye ; Measurement of Senilism of the Crystalline, M. C. J. Paget (Sir James). Inaugural Address to Oxford Medical
A. Leroy, 528; Measurement of Large Differences of Phase Society, 60
in White Light, M. P. Joubin, 528 ; Sensitiveness of the Eye Paläolithic or Unground Stage of the Implement-makers' Art,
to Light and Colour, Capt. W. de W. Abney, F.R.S., 538 ;

On the Rude Stone Implements of the Tasmanians, show-
Contrivance for Determining Refractive Index of Liquid, ing them to belong to the, Dr. Tylor, 527
544 ; Experiments on Phosphorescence-Producing Kathode Palæmonetes Varians, Anatomy of Larva of, E. J. Allen, 237
Rays of a Geissler Tube, Dr. P. Lenard, 564 ; Use of Total

Palæontology, Discovery of Ureus Arctos in the Malta Pleis-
Reflection to Determine Light-Refraction of Liquid Oxygen,

tocene, J. H. Cooke, 62 ; Relics found in Yorkshire Caves,
Herren Olszewski and Witkowski, 614; Researches at the Rev. Edward Jones, 112; Walrus in the Thames Valley, W.
Berlin Imperial Physico-Technical Institute on the Siemens J. L. Abbott, 132 ; Some New Reptiles from the Elgin Sand-
Platinum Foil Unit as a Standard for the Intensity of a Source

stone, E. T, Newton, 189; Deaih of Dr. D. Stur, 206 ;
of Light, 615

Protocerus, the New Artiodactyle, Prof. Henry F. Osborne,
Orang-Ulan, Remarkable Specimen of, 423

321 ; Restoration of Anchisaurus Colurus, Prof. O. C.
Orbitolites, on the Reproduction of, H. B. Brady, 119

Marsh, 349 ; a Catalogue of British Jurassic Gasteropoda, W.
Ordnance Survey, 447

H. Hudlestone, F.R. S., and Edward Wilson H. Woods,
Ordnance Survey and Geological Faults, the, James Durham, 363 ; Johns Hopkins University Paläontological Collections,

471; Fossil Fauna of the Black Sea, T. J. van Beneden, 544 ;
Organic Chemistry, Outlines of, Clement J. Leaper, 124

Artionyx-a Clawed Artiodactyle, Prof. Henry F. Osborn,
Organic Substances, Qualitative Analysis Tables and the Re- | 610; Palæontological Discovery in Australia, Prof. Alfred
actions of Certain, E. A. Letts, Chapman Jones, 361

Newton, F.R.S., 606
Origin, Unusual, of Arteries in the Rabbit, Philip J. White, 365 Palæozoic Ice-Age, a, W. T. Blanford, F.R.S., 101, 152;
Origin of Colour, VII, VIII and IX, H. E. Armstrong, 551 Henry F. Blanford, F.R.S., 101
Origin of Lake Basins, the Duke of Argyll, F.R.S., 485; J. C.

Palestine, Geology of, Prof. Edward Hall, F.R.S., 166
Hawkshaw, 558

Palmberg (Dr. Albert), a Treatise on Public Health, Dr. H.
Origin of the Year, the, J. Norman Lockyer, F.R.S., 32, 228 Brock, 507
Orme (Temple), Matriculation Chemistry, 99

Palmer (Mr.), a Lilac Colour produced from Extract of Chest-
Ornithology: a Furk-tailed Petrel, Newman Neave, 31; the ! nut, 132

Food of Humming-birds, Dr. Morris Gibbs, 63 : Assumption Papasogli, Colorimeter for Conparing Intensity of Colour in
of the Male Plumage by a Pea-hen, G. N. Douglas, 71;! Solution, 131
Corncrake Caught in Wales, December 8, 1892, 157; the Papuans, the Native, T. H. Hatton- Richards, 590
Migration of Birds, an Attempt to Reduce Avian Season- | Parallax of B Cygni, Harold Jacoby, 399
Flight to Law, Charles Dixon, 169; Study of the Form of Parallaxes of u and 0 Cassiopeiæ, Harold Jacoby, 5
Eggs, Dr. Nicolsky, 253 : Death and Obituary Notice of Rev. Parasitism of Volucella, W. E. Hart, 78
F, O. Morris, 372 ; the Flight-Speed of Wild Ducks, H. L. Parker (J.), Carnot's Principle applied to Animal and Vege-
Clark, 374 ; the Preservation of the Native Birds of New / table Lise, 95
Zealand, 394 ; Death and Obituary Notice of Victor Aimé Parker (Prof. T. Jeffrey, F.R.S.), on the Cranial Osteology,
Leon Olphe-Galliard, 395; the Flight of Birds, Herbert / Classification and Phylogeny of the Dinornithidæ,, 431
Withington, 414; Formation of a Cage-Bird Club, 495; Parker (Prof. W. N.), on an Abnormality in the Veins of the
Ornithology in Relation to Agriculture and Horticulture, John Rabbit, 270

Watson, 533 ; the Protection of the Osprey in Scotland, 42 Paris Academy of Sciences, 23, 47, 71, 96, 119, 143, 167,
Osborn (Prof. Henry F.), Protocerus, the New Artiodactyle, 192, 215, 239, 263, 287, 311, 335, 360, 384, 408, 431,
321 ; Artionyx, a Clawed Artiodactyle, 610

456, 479, 503, 527, 551, 576, 599, 623 ; Prize List for 1892,
Osmium, Chemistry of, A. E. Tutton, 400

Osmium, Metallic, M. Joly and Veges, 497

Paris Observatory in 1892, M. Tisserand, 546
Osmotic Pressure, J. W. Rodg_r, 103; Prof. Spencer Picker- Paris, the Question of the Purity of Ice Consumed in, 614
ing, F.R.S., 175

Parry (John), on the American Iron Trade and its Progress
Osprey in Scotland, the Protection of the, 612

during sixteen years, Sir Lowthian Bell, F.R.S., 195
Ostwald's Klassiker der Exacten Wissenschaften, Nos. 31-37, Pasquale (Dr. B.), the “Mal Nero” Vine Disease, 130
149, 38-40, 245

Pasquale (Cav. G. A.), Death of, 421
Oudemans (lir. A. C.), the Great Sea Serpent, 506

Passy (Jacques), Analysis of Complex Odours, 48
Owen (Sir Richard), Obituary Notice of, 181 ; the Proposed Pasteur (M.), Proposed Testimonialto, 37
Memorial to, 232, 252, 307

Pasteur's (M.), Seventieth Birthday, 204
Oxford, Medical Education at, Lord Salisbury, 449

Patagonia, Idle Days in, W. H. Hudson, Dr. Alf. Russel
Oxford Medical Society, Inaugural Address by Sir James Wallace, 483
Paget, 60

Pathology : the Croonian Lecture, 487; on the Histology of the
Oxford : University Junior Scientific Club, 95, 119, 167, 359, Blood of Rabbits which have been rendered Immune to
431, 502

Anthrax, Lim Boon Keng, 502
Oxford University Museuin, Catalogue of Eastern and Australian Peal (S. E.), Lunar • Volcanoes " and Lava Lakes, 486

Lepidopter is heterocera in the Collection of the, Col. C. Pearcey (F. G.), Foraminifer or Sponge? 390
Swinhoe, 53

Peary (Lieut.), Proposed Arctic Expedition of, 133, 452
Oxley (Rev. W. H.), Travelling of Roots, 414

Pekelharing (Mr.), the Peptone of Kühne, 624
Oxygen for Limelight, T. C. Hepworth, 176

Peloponnes Der, Versuch einer Landeskunde auf Geologischer
Oxygen, Liquid, Use of Total Reflection to Determine Light Grundlage, Dr. Alfred Philippson, 6
Retraction of, Herren Olszewski and Witkowski, 614

Pencils, Slate, Aluminium, 131
Oyster Culture, on the Altempt at, in the Roscoff Laboratory, Penck's (Prof.), Scheme for a Map of the World on a uniform
M. de Lacaze-Duthiers, 456

scale, 426
Oysters, Observations on, Prof. R. C. Schiedt, 375

Perfume Industry, Odorographia : a Natural History of Raw
Ozone, D. A. Van Bastelaer's Observations on, 373

Materials and Drugs used in the, J. Ch. Sawer, 52
Ozone, W. G. Black, 390

Peripatus Egg, the Hatching of a, Arthur Dendy, 508
Perkin (W. H., sen.), Magnetic Rotation of Sulphuric and

Nitric Acids, 165
Pacific Slope, Grasses of the, including Alaska and the adjacent Perigal (Mr. Henry), Complimentary Dinner to, 585
Islands, Dr. Geo. Vasey, 173

Perigal Family, Longevity of the, Dr. C. T. Williams, 585
Paddington Railway, Clapham Junction and, 515

Perry (G. H.), Interaction of lodine and Potassium Chlorate,
Paderborn, Shower of Pond Mussels at, 278

Padua, Galileo Galilei and the Approaching Celebration at, Perry (Prof. J., F.R.S.) on the differential equation of Electric
Prof. Antonio Favaro, 82, 180

Flow, 574 ; on the Viscosity of Liquids, 575
Page (M.), the Stanley Falls District of the Congo, 282

Persei, Motion of B, 115
Paget (Sir George E., K.C.B., F.R.S.), Some Lectures by, Persei, Relative Position of Stars in Cluster x, Sir Robert Ball

Persei, the large Nebula near $ (N.G.C. 1499), Dr. Scheiner, E. H. Amagat, 143; Ioteresting Results in Application of

Cold, 184 ; Breath Figures, W. B. Croft, 187; Method for
Perseids, Observations of, 88

determining Density of saturated Vapours and Expansion of
Perthshire Society of Natural Science, Dr. F. B. Waite's Col. Liquids at Higher Temperatures, B Galitzine, 189; Relation
lection of Lepidoptera presented to, 206

between Velocity of Light and Size of Molecules of Refracting
Peru (Southern) Indications of a Rainy Period in, A. E. Liquids, P. Joubin, 192 ; Sound and Music, Rev. J. A. Zahm,
Douglass, 38

222; Employment of Springs in Measurement of Explosive
Petrel, a Fork-tailed, Newman Neave, 31

Pressures, 236 ; the Temperature of the Electric Arc, J. Violle,
Petrie (Prof. W. Flinders), appointed to Chair of Egyptology 240 ; Magnetic Properties of Oxygen, P. Curie, 240 ;

at University College, London, ill; First Lecture on High Temperatures and Carbon Vaporisation, M. Berthelot,
Egyptology, 278 ; Ancient Egypt, 301

240 ; a Simple Explanation of the Hall Effect, E.
PAanzeneeben, Anton Kerner von Marilaun, 605

Lommel, 254 ; on Thermo-Electric Phenomena between two
Phenological Observations for 1892, Report on the, E. Mawley, Electrolytes, Henri Bagard, 263; Pure Gases incapable of

producing Electrification by Friction, Mr. Wesendonck, 280 ;
Phoenician Tombs at Malta, Depredations among the recently, on the Temperature Coefficient of the Electrical Resistance
discovered, 396

of Mercury and on the Mercury Resistance of the Imperial
Philippson (Dr. Alfred), Der Peloponnes ; Versuch einer Lan Institution, D. Kreichgauer and w. Jaeger, 286; Diffusion
deskunde auf Geologischer Grundlage, 6

of Light by Rough Surfaces, Christian Wiener, 286 ; on the
Phosphate Beds, The Florida, T. N. Lupton, 325

Solubility-Curve for Systems oftwo Bodies, Bakhuis Roozeboom,
Phosphorescence: a new Luminous Fungus from Tahiri, 157 288 ; Physical Education, Frederick Treves, 292; the Rate of
Phosphorescence in Centipedes, R. I. Pocock, 545

Explosion in Gases, Prof. Harold B. Dixon, 299 ; on a State
Photography : Traité Encyclopédique de Photographie, Charles of Matter characterised by the Mutual Independence of the

Fabre, 6; the Photography of an Image by Reflection, Pressure and the Specific Volume, P. de Heen, 309; the
Frederick J. Smith, 10; Photographic Dry Plates, Arthur Thermal Conductivities of Liquid, R. Wachsmith, 350 ; on
E. Brown, 11 ; Coloured Photographs of the Spectrum, G. a Modification of the Transpiration Method suitable for the
Lippmann, 23; American Opinion of Photography in Eng Investigation of very Viscous Liquids, C. Brodmann, 357 ;
land, Xanthus Smith, 86 ; a Macual of Photography, A. the Viscosity of Liquids, Prof. J. Perry, F.R.S., 575 ;
Brothers, 98; Conditions of Production of Lippminn's Isothermals, Isopiestics, and Isometrics relative to Viscosity,
Coloured Photographs, G. Meslin, 157 ; the New Telephoto. C. Barus, 380; Gemeinversländliche Vorträge aus dem
graphic Lens, T. R. Dallmeyer, 161; on the Photographic Gebeite der Physic, Prof. Dr. Leonhard Sohncke, Dr. James
Spectra of some of the Brighton Stars, J. Norman Lockyer, L. Howard, 361 ; Uses of Planes and Knife Edges in Pendulums
F.R.S., 261; Photographic Absorption of our Atmosphere, for Gravity Measurements, J. C. Mendenhall, 380; the
Prof. Schaeberle, 304; Eclipse Photography, M. De la Determination of the Thermal Expansion of Liquids, T. E.
Baume Pluvinel, 326 ; a new Method of Photographing the Thorpe, 405; the Determination of the Thermal Expansion
Corona, M. H. Deslandres, 327; Photography first dis and Specific Volume of certain Paraffins and Paraffin Deriva.
covered hy a Dr. Schultz in Halle, 336; Dust Photographs, tives, T. E. l'horpe and L. M. Jones, 405 ; on Electric Spark
W. T. Thiselton-Dyer, F.R.S., F. J. Allen, 341; Dust Photographs or Photography of Flying Bullets,&c., by the Ligh
Photographs and Breath Figures, W. B. Croft, 364; on the of the Electric Spark, c. v. Boys, F.R.S., 415, 440; on the
Progress of the Art of Surveying with the aid of Photography Common Cause of Surface Tension and Evaporation of Liquids,
in Europe and America, M. A. Lausedat, 384; on Eleciric G. Van der Mensbrugghe, 428, 621; Description of an
Spark Photographs, or Photography of Flying Bullets, &c., Instrument to show the small Variations in the Intensity of
by the Light of the Elecʻric Spark, C. v. Boys, F.R.S., Gravitation, M. Bouquet de la Grye, 431 ; Simple Instrument
415, 440; British Journal Photographic Almanac for 1893, for measuring Densities of Liquids, A. Handl, 471 ; the Value
462; Photographic Reproduction of Grating; and Micro of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, E. H. Griffiths, 476,
meters engraved on glass, M. Izarn, 479; Photography of 537; the Effects of Mechanical Stress on the Electrical Resist-
certain Phenomena furnished by Combinations of Gratings, ance of Metals, lames H. Gray and James B. Henderson, 478:
M. Izarn, 503 ; Photography of Gratings engraved upon Photographic Reproduction of Gratings and Micrometers en-
Metal, M. Izarn, 623; Prof. Hale's Solar Photograph, 498; graved on Glass, M. Izarn, 479 ; Photography of certain Pheno-
Photographic Properties of Cerium Salts, MM. Auguste and mena surnished by Combinations of Gratings, M. Izarn, 503 ;
Louis Lumière, 503 ; Equipotential Lines due to current Photography of Gratings engraved upon Metal, M. Izarn, 623 ;
Aowing through Conducting Sheet fixed Photographically, E. the Specific Heat of Liquid Ammonia, C. Ludeking and J. E.
Lommel, 544 ; Anthropological Uses of the Camera, 548; Starr, 499; on the Influence of Time upon the Mode of Forma-
Photographic Chart of the Heavens, M. Loewy, 589 ; Notes tion of the Meniscus at the Temperature of Transformation, P.
on two Photographs of Lightning taken at Sydney Obser de Heen, 500 ; Experiments on the Influence of Temperature
vatory, December 7, 1892, H. C. Russel, F.R.S., 623

on Electromagnetic Rotation of Light in Iron, Cobalt, and
Photometer, a Photoptometric, Charles Henry, 24

Nickel, Prof. Kundt, 503 ; on the Influence of Temperature
Photometry : on Phosphorescent Sulphide of Zinc considere i upon Circular Ferro-Magnetic Polarisation, Emil Hirsch,
as a Photometric Standard, Charles Henry, 312

525; Magnetisation of a radially slit Iron Ring, Heinrich
Photomicrography, the Use of Monochromatic Yellow Light in, Lehmann, 525 ; on the Stability of a Thin Rod loaded ver-
T. H. Gill, 47

tically, Mr. Love, 526; the Resistance of Ice, M. Force,
Physics : Berlin Physical Society, 24, 312; the Laws of Com 564 ; on the Differential Equation of Electric Flow, T. H.

pressibility of Liquids, E. H. Amagat, 48; the Temperature Blakesley, Prof. Perry, Prof. O. J. Lodge, Dr. Sumpner,
of Maximum Density of Mixtures of Alcohol and Water, L. de Mr. Swinburne, 574 ; on Action of Temperature upon the
Coppet, 48 ; Analysis of Complex Odours, lacques Passy, 48 ; Rotatory Power of Liquids, M. A. Aignan, 576 ; Laws and
Physical Society, 69, 116, 165, 190, 358, 381, 429, 500, 574 ; Properties of Matter, R. T. Glazebrook, F.R.S., 580; the
Mr. Williams on the Relation of the Dimensions of Physical Radiation and Absorption of Heat by Leaves, Alfred Golds-
Quantities to Directions in Space, Prof. Fitzgerald,' Mr. borough Mayer, 596 ; the Absolute Thermal Conductivities of
Madan, Prof. Rücker, Prof. Henrici, Dr. Sumpner, 69 ; Copper and Iron, R. Wallace Stewart, 599; Expansion of
Williams on the Dimensions of Physical Quantities, Dr. Water at Constant Pressure and at Constant Volume, E. U
Burton, Prof. A. Lodge, Mr. Boys, W. Baily, Mr. Swinburne, Amagat, 623
Mr. Williams, 116; the Determiration of the Critical Volume, | Physiography, Elementary, Richard A. Gregory, 74
Dr. Young, 70; Mr. Sutherland's paper on the Laws of Physiology : Obstacles to Ice-Formation in Animal Body, Herr
Molecular Force, Dr. Young, 70 ; Prof. Fitzgerald, Dr. Glad Kochs, 16; Introduction to Physiological Psychology, Dr.
stone, S H. Burbury, Prof. Ramsay, Macfarlane Gray, Prof. Theodor Zichen, 28 ; Influence of Bodily Exertion on Diges.
Her-chel, 117; Lenticular Liquid Microglobules and their tive Proccss, Herr Rosenberg, 62 ; Further Researches on
Conditions of Equilibrium, C. Maltézus, 71; Dilatation of Nucleinic Acid, Prof. Kossel, 72 ; a Manual of Veterinary
Iron in a Magnetic Fluid, M. Berget, 71 ; Laws of Dilatation Physiology, Veterinary-Caplain F. Smith, 76; on the
of Gases under Constant Pre-sure, E. H. Amagat, 96; Con Physiol gy of Grasting, Dr. Hermann Vöchting, 128 ; the
ditions of Equilibrium and Formation of Microglobules, C. Respiratory Centre, Prof. Gad, 144; Influence on Respira
Maltézos, 96 ; the Form of Isothermals of Liquids and Gases, tion of Upper Tracts leading frm Cerebrum to Respiratory

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