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Smirnov (J.), Prehistoric Ethnography of Central an! North: Spider, the Trap-door, D. Cleveland, 375
east Russia, 524

Spirit Spring Mound, the Great, Kansas, E. H. S. Bailey, 87
Smith (B. Woodd), Ice Crystals, 79

Sponge and Annelid, a Strange Commensalism, James Hornell,
Smith (E. J.), Science Teaching, 359

Smith (Vety.- Capt. F.), A Manual of Veterinary Physiology, Sponge? Foraminifer or, R. Hanitsch, 365, 439; F. G.

Pearcey, 390
Smith (Frederick J.), the Photography of an Image by Reflec Sportsmen and Naturalists, Horn Measurements and Weights of
tion, IC; a Magnetic Screen, 439

the Great Game of the World, being a Record for the use of,
Smith (Dr. J. Lorrain), the Thyroid Gland (Experiments on

Rowland Ward, 6
Cats), 167

Sprague (T. B.), a New Algebra, 527
Smith (W. B.), Introductory Modern Geometry of Point, Ray, Spray Clouds, the Niagara, Charles A. Carus-Wilson, 414
and Circle, 532

Springer (Herr Julius), Astronomical Instruments up to Date,
Smith (Wythe), Experiments in Electric and Magnetic Fields, 114
Constant and Varying, 165

Sprung (Prof.), Observations made at Potsdam Meteorological
Smith (Xanthus), American Opinion of Photography in Eng. Institute on the Recent Coldest Day in January, 480
land, 86

Squarey (E. P.), Yew Poisoning, 285
Snake Laboratory, the proposed Calcutta, 253

Siael (j. M.), Wood-ashes as a Medicine for Farm Animals,
Snakes in India, Mortality srom, 157

Snakes in Thatch (Burmah), 113

Siainton (H. T.), Death of, 155
Snow-Rollers, W. S. Ford, 422

Standard Pound, the Imperial, Decrease in Weight of, 86
Snow (B. W.), Infra-red Spectrum of Alkali Metals, 39

Standard Barometry, Dr. Frank Waldo, 511
Soap Bubbles, Permanent, formed with a Resinous Soap, M. Standards, Electrical, 128
Izarn, 119

Stanford's Map of County of London, 40
Society of Arts, Opening Meeting of, 63

Stanley (W. F.), the Perception of Colour, 381
Sohncke (Prof. Dr. Leonhard), Gemeinverständliche Vorträge Starches used as Food, the Principal, W. Griffiths, 76

aus dem Gebeite der Physic, Dr. James L. How ird, 361 Starling (E. H.), Elements of Human Physiology, 146
Solid Body, Motion of a, in a Viscous Liquid, A. B. Basset, Stars : Rutherfurd Measures of Stars about B Cygni, Prof.
F.R.S., 512

Harold Jacoby, 77 ; the Stars and the Nile, Captain H. G.
Solids and Fluids, Elementary Mechanics of, A. L. Selby, 315 Lyons, ior; the New Star in the Constellation of Auriga,
Solar Corona, a New Method of Photographing tbe, M. H. W. J. Lockyer, 137 ; the Star of Bethlehem, J. H. Stockwell,
Deslandres, 327

177 ; Measurement of Distances of Binary Stars, C. E.
Solar Eclipse of April, 15-16, 1893, 304, 376, 584, 611; M. de Stromeyer, 199; Prof. A. Rambaut, 226; on the Photo-
la Baume Pluvinel, 304 ; A. Taylor, 317

graphic Spectra of some of the Brighter Stars, J. Norman
Solar Observations at Rome, Prof. Tacchini, 304, 399, 565 Lo kyer, F.R.S., 261 ; Burnham's Double-Star Observations
Solar Phtographs, Prof. Hale's, 498

281 ; 'the Milky Way, Dr. Otto Boeddicker, 337 ; Relative
Solar and Terrestrial Phenomena, Coincidence of, Prof. G. E. Position of Stars in Cluster x Persei, Sir Robert Ball and
Hale, 425

Arthur Rambaut, 376; the Star Catalogue of the
Solar System, Motion of the, Prof. J. G. Porter, 41

Astronomische Gesellschaft, 399; Distribution of Stars in
Sollas (Prof., F.R.S.), Growth of Crystals, 213; on the Vario: Space, Prof. J. C. Kapteyn, 432; Die Entwickelung der

lite and associated Igneous Rocks of Roundwood, co. Wick. Doppelstern-Systeme, T. j. J. See, Prof. G. H. Darwin,
low, 287 ; Pitchstone and Andesite from Tertiary Dykes in F.R.S., 459; the Rising and Setting of Stars, 519; Cata-
Donegal, 287

logue of Southern Star Magnitudes, Edwin Sawyer, 589 ;
Somerville (Lieut Boyle T.), on some Islands of the New He. Distance of the Stars by Doppler's Principle, G. W. Colles,
brides, 455

jun., 596
Somerville (Dr. William), Report on Manurial Trials, 556 Sias (Jean Servais), Proposed Memorial to, 182
Soot-figures on Ceilings, E. B. Poulton, F.R.S., 608 ; Prof. Statements, Two, Right Hon. T. H. Huxley, F.R.S., 316
Oliver L dge, F.R.S., 608

Statistics of Average Life in France, M. Turqran, 255
Soudan and Sahara Journey, Completion of Capt. Monteil's, 89 Statistics of Survivors of the Napoleonic Wars, M. Turquan,
Soudanese, Use of Chl. ride of Potassium instead of Salt by, M. 233
Dybowski, 499

Steam Engine Trials, 594
Sound and Music, Rev. J. A. Zahm, 222

Steam Jacket, Experiments on the value of the, J. G. Mair-
South Kensington Laboratories and Railway, the, 494

Rumley, 19; Col. English, Prof. Unwin, Bryan Donkin,
Southwell (T.), Sowerby's Whale on the Norfolk Coast, 349 Bryan Donkin, jun., and Messrs. Day, Morrison, and
Sowerby (G. B.), Marine Shells of South Africa, 27

Schonheyder, 20
Spain, Practical Meteorology in, 543

Steamers, Ice-breaking, 350
Spain, Wiid, Abel Chapman and Walter J. Buck, 583

Steel, the Use of Tungsten in Improving Hardness of, 351
Spectrum Analysis : Coloured Photographs of the Spectrum, Steel, the Value of Annealing, E. G. Carey, 397

G. Lippmann, 23; Spectroscopy, Infra Red Emission Steel, Volumetric Method for Determining Amounts of Chro.
Spectrum of Alkali Metals, B. W. Snow, 39; Existence of mium in, G. Giorgis, 397
Distinct Nervous Centres for Perception of Fundamental Steel (Thomas), Zoological Gardens in Great Britain and
Colours of Spectrum, A. Chauveau, 143; the Height and Australia, 496 ; Zoological Gardens in Europe and Australia,
Spectrum of Auroras, T. W. Backhouse, 151 ; Ultra-Violet 587
Spectrum in Prominences, Prof. G. E. Hale, 186: Spectra of Stejreger (L.), a New Blind Cave Salamander from North
Various Orders of Colours in Newton's Scale, W. B. Croft, America, 62
190 ; Method of Observing and Separating Spectra of easily Stellar Magnitudes in Relation to the Milky Way, Prof.
Volatile Metals and their Salts, W. N. Hartley, 239 ; Method Kapteyn, 64
of Producing Intense Monochromatic Light, Dr. Dubois, Stereochemistry, J. H. Van't Hoff, 436; Prof. Percy F.
255; on the Photographic Spectra of some of the Brighter i Frankland, F.R.S., Prof. F. R. Japp, F.R.S., 510
Stars, J. Norman Lockyer, F.R.S., 261: Hydrogen Line H Stevens (W. de C.), Comparis in of Formulæ for Total Radia.
B in the Spectrum of Nova Auriga, Herr Victor tion (of Heat), 188
Schumann, 425; Spectra of Planetary Nebulæ and Nova | Stewart (R. W.), Magnetism and Electricity, 315; the Abso
Auriga, M. Eugen Gothard, 352; Spectrum of B Lyrae, Jute Thermal Conductivities of Copper and Iron, 599
Prof. Keeler, 616

Stockwell (I. H.), the Star of Bethlehem, 177
Spencer (Prof. W. Balılwin), on the Anatomy of Pentastomum Stokes (H. N.), Isolation of Amidophosphoric Acid, 615, 616
tereliusculum 260

Stone Implements in the District of laransk, P. Krotov, on
Spengler (Dr.), Record of Medical Experience at Davos Platz, Layers of, 524

Stoney (Dr.), Science Teaching, 359
Sphenophyllum, the Genus, Prof. William Crawford William Stonyhurst College Observatory, 450
son, II

Storms, Hail, H. C. Russell, F.R.S., 573
Spider, Notes on a, H. H. J. Bell, 557

| Stracey (Lieut.-General, F.R.S.), Harmonic Analysis of Hourly

to Nature,



Observations of Air Temperature and Pressure at British Tahiti, a New Luminous Fungus, 157
Observatories, 621

Tait (Prof. P. G.), Vector Analysis, 225
Strange Survivals : Some Chapters in the History of Man, S. Tanganyika (Lake), a New Medusa from, R. T. Günther, 563
Baring-Gould, 53

Tanner (Prof. Lloyd), on Complex Primes formed with ihe
Strasburger (Prof. Edward), Ueber das Verhalten des Pollens Fifth Roots of Unily, 526

und die Befruchtungsvorgänge bei den Gymnospermen, 484 Tarantula, the Bite of the, C. W. Meaden, 184
Strenitz (Herr), Power of Hydrogen-absorption of various Tashkend, Tobacco Cultivation at, 86
Metals, 63

Tasmania the Paradise of Horticulturists, Sir Edward Braddon,
Stromboli, L. W. Fulcher, 89; A. Ricco and G. Mercalli, Dr. 587
H. J. Johnston Lavis, 453

Tasmanians, on the Rude Stone Implements of the, showing
Stromeyer, (C. E.), Measurement of Distances of Binary Stars, them to belong to the Palæolithic or Unground Stage of the

Implement-makers' Art, Dr. Tylor, 527
Strugnell (W. Bishop), the Fauna and Flora of Gloucester. Taylor (A.), the Visible Universe, J. Ellard Gore, 193 ; the
shire, 197

Approaching Total Solar Eclipse, April 15-16, 1893, 317
Struthers (Dr. John), the Rudimentary Hind-limb of Great Tcherning (M.), Seven Images of the Human Eye, 354

Fin-Whale, Humpback and Greenland Right-Whale com Tea Industry, the Development of the Ceylon, D. Trimen, 317
pared, 588

Teaching of Botany, 151; Dr. D. H. Scott, 228
Struve (Wilhelmus), Centenary of Birth of, 585

Teall (J. J. H., F.R.S.), Notes on some Coast-sections at the
Studies in Corsica, John Warren Barry, 462

Lizard, 407 ; on a Radiolarian Chert from Mullion Island,
Study of Animal Life, the, J. Arthur Thomson, 2

Stuhlmann (Dr.), Two Akka Girls brought to Germany by, 470 Technical Education, Dr. W. Anderson on, 155 ; Sir M. W.
Stur (Dr. D.), Death of, 206

Ridley on, 130 ; Industrial School opened at Lucknow, III;
Substitutions, the Theory of, and its Applications to Algebra, Report of the Scottish Technical Education Committee, 543 ;
Dr. Eugen Netto, 338

the Universities and the County Council, 586 ; the Cam-
Suchsland on the Micro-organisms of Tobacco Fermentation, 208 bridge University Extension Movement, 586; Improvements
Sudborough (J. J.), the Action of Nitrosyl Chloride and of in City and Guild of London Institute Technological Exami-

Nitric Peroxide on some Members of the Olefine Series, 430 nations, 612
Sulphuric Acid, the Amide and Imide of, Dr. Traube, A. E. Technical School, the Manchester Municipal, Sir Henry E.
Tutton, 566

Roscoe, F.R.S., 201
Summer, the Weather of, 245, 270

Technological Examinations, 35
Sumpner (Dr.), Williams on the Relation of the Dimensions Telephone, Demonstration of Existence of interference of

of Physical Quantities to Directions in Space, 69; Diffusion | Electric Waves in Closed Circuit by means of, R, Colson,
of Light, 190; on the Differential Equation of Electric 96
Flow, 574

Telephones in Warsare, Use of, 182
Sun, Theory of the, Dr. A. Brester, 433

Telephotographic Lens, the New, T. R. Dallmeyer, 161
Sunshine, Amy Johnson, 9

Telescope, a Large, 18
Sunshine, Comparative, Bishop Reginald Courtenay, 150 Telescopes, Large, 616
Sunspots, H. Faye, 167

Tell-el-Hesy Excavations, the, F. J. Bliss, 302
Sunspots and Magnetic Perturbations in 1892, M. Ricco, 352 Temperature and Insolation, Relationship between, Dr. Berson,
Sunspots : La Grandissima Macchia Solare del Febbrajo, 1892, - 24
A. Ricco, 429

Temple (Major), Developments in Buddhist Architecture and
Superabundant Rain, Sir H. Collett, 247

Symbolism in Burma, 46
Superstitions of the Shuswaps of British Columbia, Colonel C. Ten Kate (Dr.), on the Type-characteristics of the North
Bushe, 199

American Indians, 374
Surface, the Lunar, 352

Tennant (the late Prof.) on Magic Mirrors, Prof. Silvanus P.
Surgery, John Hunter (the Hunterian Lecture), Thomas Thompson, F.R.S., 79
Bryant, 372

Teredo and Electric Cables, the, Sir Henry Mance, 450
Survivals, Strange, some Chapters in the History of Man, S. Terra, Quæstio de Aqua et, Edmund G. Gardner, 295
Baring-Gould, 53

Terrestrial Phenomena, Coincidence of Solar and, Prof. G. E.
Suter (H.), Catalogue of the New Zealand Mollusca, 397

Hale, 425
Sutherland's Paper on the Laws of Molecular Force, Dr. Young, Tests of Climate, Fossil Plants as, Charles E. De Rance, 294,

70; Prof. Fitzgerald, Dr. Gladstone, S. H. Burbury, Prof. 342; J. Starkie Gardner, 364
Ramsay, Macfarlane Gray, Prof. Herschel, 117

Tetanus, the Bacteriology of, Kitasato, 158
Swarts (Frédéric), on a New Fluorine-derivative of Carbon, Texas, Remarkable Meteor in, C. F. Maxwell, 279

Texas, Hot Winds in, May 29 and 30, 1892, I. Cline, 454
Swinburne (Mr.), Williams on the Dimensions of Physical Thatch in Burmah, Snakes in, 113

Quantities, 116; on Messrs. Rimington and Smith's Experi Thaxter (R.) Proposed Establishment of New Order (Myxo-
ments in Electric and Magnetic Fields, Constant and Varying, bacteriaceae) of Schizomycetes, 373

166 ; on the Differential Equation of Electric Flow, 574 Theory of Numbers, G. B. Mathews, 289
Swinhoe (Col. C.), Catalogue of Eastern and Australian Lepi Therapeutics : a New Method of Treatment for Cholera, 83 ;

doptera Heterocera in the Collection of the Oxford University Epidemic Influenza, F. A. Dixey, 244 ; the Blood-serum
Museum, 53 ; on the Mimetic Forms of Certain Butterflies Therapeutists, Dr. Behring, 336; Record of Medical Expe-
of the genus Hypolimnas, 429

rience at Davos Platz, Dr. Spengler, 519
Swift's Comet, Prof. Barnard, 186

Thermal Conductivities of Copper and Iron, the Absolute, R.
Swift, Comet (A. 1892), A. E. Douglas, 546

Wallace Stewart, 599
Swift's (Messrs.), Aluminium Microscope, G. C. Karop, 47 Thermal Conductivities of Liquids, the, R. Wachsmuth, 350
Swiss Torrents, the Regulation of, M. de Salis, 377

Thermodynamics : Determination of Low Temperatures of
Sydney, Australian Museum, Edgar B. Waite appointed As. Platinuni Thermometer, Griffiths and Clerk, 95 ; Carnot's
sistant Curator in, ul

Principle Applied to Animal and Vegetable Life, J. Parker,
Sydney, Royal Society of New South Wales, 311, 335

95; Treatise on Thermodynamics, Peter Alexander, 388
Simbolism in Burmah, Developments in Buddhist Architecture Thermometer, the Centigrade, adopted by Prussian Govern:
and, Major Temple, 46

ment, 60
Symons (C. J., F.R.S.), Colonial Meteorology, 390 ; Arbores Thermometer, Mercury, an Improved, Prof. L. Weber, 497
cent Frost Patterns, 162

Thermometer, Platinum, Determination of Low Temperature
Sonchronisation, Problem of Integral, M. A. Blondel, 599 by, Griffiths and Clerk, 95

Thermometer, Depression of Zero in Boiled, L. C. Baudin,

Tabular History of Astronomy to the Year 1500 A.D., Dr. Felix Thermometers, Dr. Joule's, Prof. Sydney Young, 316, 389

Thermometers, Dr. Joule's, Prof. Arthur Schuster, F.R.S.,
echini (Prof.), Solar Observations at Rome, 304, 399, 565 | 364

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Thessaly, the Plague of Field-Mice in, 396; J. E. Harting, Travers (M. W.), a Method for the Preparation of Acetylene

Thiselton-Dyer (W. T., F.R.S.), Dust Photographs, 341; Trechmann (Dr.), Establishment of the Hemisymmetry of

Travelling of Roots, 414; Severe Frost at Hong Kong, Binnite, 70

Tremayne (L. J.), Vanessa Polychlorus in London, 563
Thompson (Prof. D'Arcy W.), a Proposed Handbook of the Treves (Frederick), Physical Education, 292
British Marine Fauna, 269

Trieste, the Marine Zoological Station at, 450
Thompson (Prof. Silvanus P., F.R.S.), the late Prof. Tennant Trigonometry, the Algebra of Co-planar Vectors and, R.

on Magic Mirrors, 79; Japanese Magic Mirrors, 381 ; on Baldwin Hayward, F.R.S., 266
Messrs. Rimington and Smith's Experiments in Electric and Trimen (Dr.), the Development of the Ceylon Tea Industry,
Magnetic Fields, Constant and Varying, 166

Thomson (Prof. Elihu), Apparent Atiraction of Closed Circuits Trinidad Field Naturalist's Club, 131
by Alternating Magnetic Poles, 517

Troll's (Dr. J.), Journey through Central Asia, 160
Thomson (Joseph), Journey to Lake Bangweolo, 115

Tropical Agriculture, a Text book of, II. A. Alford Nicholls,
Thomson (J. Arthur), the Study of Animal Lise, 2

Thomson (). P.), British New Guinea, 345

Trotter (A. P.), Diffusion of Light, 191
Thörner (M.), Methods of Examining Milk for Tubercle Bacil True (F. W.), Dr. W. L. Abboti's Collection of African
lus, 254

Mammals, 39
Thorp (Walter), Primer of Horticulture, J. Wright, 533 ; Tubby (Dr. A. H.), Medical Microscopy, Frank J. Wethered,
Ornithology in Relation to Agriculture and Horticulture, 51
J. Watson, 533 ; Manual of Dairy Work, Prof. James Muir, Tubercle Bacillus, Methods of Examining Milk sor, Ilkewitsch

and Thorner, 254
Thorpe (Prof. T. E., F.R.S.), Isolation of Fluorsulphonic Acid, Turin Royal Academy of Sciences, the Bressa Prize, 233 ; the

87; Carl Wilbelm Scheele, 152 ; Interaction of Iodine and Ninth Bressa Prize, 543
Potassium Chlorate, 165; Experiment on Triethylamine Turquan (M.), Stati.tics of Survivors of the Napoleonic War,
Hydrate, 165; the Determination of the Thermal Expansion 233; Statistics of Average Life in France, 255
of Liquids, 405; the Determination of the Thermal Expan Tutton (A. E.), a Remarkable Case of Geometrical Isomerism,
sion and Specific Volume of Certain Paraffins and Paraffin 65; Chemistry of Osmium, 400; the Connection between the
Derivatives, 405

Atomic Weight of the Contained Metals and the Magnitude
Thoulet (J.), on a Modification to be Applied to the Construc of the Angles of Crystals of Isomorphous Series, 430 ; Further
tion of Bottles Designed to Collect Specimens of Deep Studies on Ilydrazine, 522; the Amide and Imide of Sul.
Waters, 408

phuric Acid, Dr. Traube, 566
Thiimen (Dr. F. von), Death of, 130

Tylor (Dr.), on the Rude Stone Implements of the Tas-
Thunderstorms and Auroral Phenomena, J. Ewen Davidson, manians, showing them to belong to the Palæolithic or Un-

ground Stage of the Implement-Maker's Art, 527
Thurn (E. F. im), Anthropological Uses of the Camera, 543 Tylor (Dr. Edward B., F.R.S.), Atlas der Volkerkunde, Dr.
Thys (Major), Progress of the Congo Railway, 159

Georg Gerland, 223
Tibet, Captain Bower's Journey in, 400

Typhoid fever attributed to Bathing in Polluted Water, Herr
Tibet, Central, Mongolia and Ć. Woodville Rockbill, 426

Jaeger, 398
Tidal Observations, Reduction of, Prof. G. H. Darwin, F.R.S., Typhoid and Coli Communis Bacilli, Dunbar on the Questions

of the Separate Identification of the, 472
Tiger-Lion Hybrids, Lion-Tiger and, Dr. V. Ball, F.R.S.,

390, 607
Tiger, Lion-, Hybrids, S. F. Harmer, 413

Uganda, Captain F. D. Lugard, 45
Tilden (Prof.), `Abuse of Scientific Titles (Letters Indicating Uganda Commission, the, 210
Membership of Societies), 15

Ulrich (G. H. F.), on a Meteoric Stone found at Makariwa,
Tilden (W. A.), Formation and Nitration of Phenyldiazoimide, near Invercargill, New Zealand, 381

311 ; the Hydrocarbons Derived from Dipentenedihydro- | Ultra-Violet Spectrum in Prominences, Prof. G. E. Hale, 186
chloride, 405 ; the Action of Nitrosy! Chloride and of United States : Marine Laboratories in the, Prof. J. P. Camp-
Nitric Peroxide on some Members of the Olefine Series, bell, 66 ; the Copper Resources of the, James Douglas, 132;

Agriculture in the United States, Experiment Stations, R.
Tillo (Alexis de), High Atmospheric Pressures observed at Warrington, F.R.S., 157 ; Investigations on Soils, 157;
Irkutsk from January 12 10 16, 1893, 432

Higher Education in the United States, Dr. Low, 325 ;
Time, Universal, 451

Government Botanical Stations in the United States, 450;
Tisserand (M.), Paris Observatory in 1892, 546

United States Naval Observatory, 452
Tiiles, Scientific, Abuse of Letters indicating Membership of Universal Time, 451
Societies, Prof. Tilden, 15

Universe, the Visible, J. Ellard Gore, A. Taylor, 193
Tobacco Culture in Australia, 324

Universities : University Commission, 1 ; University Intelli-
Tobacco Cultivation at Tashkend, 86

gence, 68, 94, 116, 143, 163, 285, 331, 357, 380, 404, 428,
Tobacco and Vinous Fermentation, the Micro-organisms of, 454, 476; Universities and Research, Prof. George Francis
Suchsland, Nathan and Kosutany, 208

Fitzgerald, F.R.S., 100; Appointment of W. Flinders Petrie
Tokelaus, the, 423

to Chair of Egyptology at University College, London, III;
Topinard (M.), on Race in Anthropology, 524

Prof. Flinders Petrie's First Lecture on Egyptology, 278;
Torpedo, on the Origin of the Electric Nerves in the Gymnotus, the New University Question, 121; Opening of New Victoria
Mormyrus and Malapterurus, Gustav Fritsch, 271

Buildings, University College, Liverpool, 155; University
Torrents, Swiss, the Regulation of, M. de Salis, 377

Extension, the Cambridge Summer Meeting Programme,
Total Solar Eclipse, April 15-16, 1893, 304, 376; M. De la 183; University Extension Movement, the, Summer Meeting
Baume Pluvinel, 304 ; A. Taylor, 317

Programme, 586; the Proposed University for London, 200,
Tourney (J. W.), Cliff and Cave.dwellings in Central Arizona, 577; the University of Chicago, 278; a University Exten-

sion Manual, R. D. Roberts, 412
Tower Bridge, Foundations of Two River Piers of, G. E. W. Unwin (Prof.), Experiments on the Value of the Steam-jacket,
Cruttwell, 545

Tracery Imitation, Prof. J. Mark Baldwin, 149

Urobilin, on, A. Eichholz, 360
Traubé (Dr.), the Amide and Imide of Sulphuric Acid, A. E. Utah, Salinity of Great Salt Lake, 302

Tutton, 566
Travelling of Roots, W. T. Thiselton-Dyer, F.R.S., 414 Val d'Herens, Glaciers of, William Sherwood, 174
Travels, Australian, R. von Lendenfeld, 274

Value of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, the, E. II.
Travels in Borneo, Charles Hose, 282

Griffiths, 537
Travels, a Sanitarian's, Robert Boyle, 103

Vanessa Polychloros in London, L. G. Tremayne, 563

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Vanlair (M. C.), Survival after the Successive Section of both Wachsmuth (R.), the Thermal Conductivities of Liquids, 350
the Branches of the Vagi, 621

Wadsworth (Prof. M. E.), Geology of the Iron, Gold, and
Variation, the Volucellä as Alleged Examples of, Almost Unique Copper Districts of Michigan, Sir Archibald Geikie, Dr.
Among Animals, Edward B. Poulton, F.R.S., 126

Hicks, H. Bauerman, 117
Varigny (Henry de), Experimental Evolution, 25

Waite (Edgar B.), appointed Assistant Curator in Australian
Variolite of the Lleyn and Associated Volcanic Rocks, Catherine Museum, Sydney,
A. Raisin, 334

Wakefield (H. Rowland), an Elementary Text-book of Hygiene,
Vasey (Dr. Geo.), Grasses of the Pacific Slope, including 245
Alaska and the Adjacent Islands, 173

Waldo (Dr. Frank), Standard Barometry, 511
Vasey (Dr. G.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 495

| Wales, December 8, 1892, Corncrake caught in, 157
Vector Analysis, Prof. P. G. Tait, 225

Wales, the Origin and Progress of the Educational Movement in,
Vector Theory, on Recent Innovations in, Prof. C. G. Knott, 0. M. Edwards, 421
287, 590

Walker (Mr.), the Screw Propeller, 21
Vectors, Principles of the Algebra of, A. Maclarlane, 3

Walker (Alfred 0.), a Remarkable Rainfall, 31
Vectors, Co-planar, the Algebra of, and Trigonometry, R.

| Walker (Sir Andrew Barclay), Death of, 421
Baldwin Hayward, F.R.S., 266

Walker (J.), Electrolysis of Sodic Ethylic Camphorate, 479
Vectors, Quaternions and the Algebra of, Prof. J. Willard | Walker (J. W.), Optically Active Ethoxysuccinic Acid, 311
Gibbs, 463

Walking of Arthropoda, on the, Henry H. Dixon, 56
Vectors versus Quaternions, Oliver Heaviside, F.R.S., 533 | Wallace (Dr. Alfred R): an Ancient Glacial Epoch in
Vegetable Wasps and Plant Worms, M. C. Cooke, 99

Australia, 55; the Earth's Age, 175, 226; the Glacier
Vegetation, Infuence of Moisture on, E. Gain, 119

Theory of Alpine Lakes, 437 ; Idle Days in Patagonia, W.
Veins of the Rabbit, on an Abnormality in the, Prof. W. M. H. Hudson, 483
Parker, 270

Wallerant (M.), on the Age of the most Ancient Eruptions of
Veitch (H. G.), Coniferæ of Japan, 619

Etna, 264
Veley (V. H.), Necessity of Water in Chemical Reactions, 167 | Ward (Prof. Marshall): Experiments on the Action of Light
Venukoff (M.), the Pinsk Marshes and non-Russian Atlases, I on Bacillus anthracis, 331 ; Further Experiinents on the

282 ; the Form of the Geoid, 566; Measurement of the | action of Light on Bacillus anthracis, 597
Parallel of 47° 30' in Russia, 576

Ward (Rowland), Horn Measurements and Weights of the
Verschaffelt (I.), Two Experimental Verifications Relative to Great Game of the World, being a Record for the use of
Refraction in Crystals, 428

Sportsmen and Naturalists, 6
Vertebrate Biology, H. G. Wells, 605

Ward (R. de C.), the First Aerial Voyage across English
Vertebrate Fauna of Lakeland, a, Rev. A. Macpherson, 457

Channel, 143
Verworn (Herr), the Rising and Sinking Process in the Radi Warrington (R., F.R.S.), Experiment Stations in United
olaria, 397

States, 157
Veterinary Physiology, a Manual of, Vely. Capt. F. Smith, 76

Washington, Geological Society of, Founded, 613
Vezes (M.), Metallic Osmium, 497

Washington Magnetic Observation, 209
Victoria Field Naturalists' Club, 62

Wasps, Vegetable, and Plant Worms, M. C. Cooke, 99
Vine-disease, American, Appearance of the Black-rotin Watch Factory, the Prescot, Address by Lord Kelvin, 279
Europe, 16

Water and Water Supply, Major L. Flower, 183
Vine-disease, the Mal Nero, Dr. B. Pasquale, 130

Water, Dilatation and Compressibility of, E. H. Amagat, 288
Vineyards of Cyprus, the, M. Mouillefort, 517

Water, Expansion of, at Constant Pressure and at Constant
Violle (.), the Temperature of the Electric Arc, 240 ; the use

Volume, E. H. Amagat, 623
of the Electric Current in Producing High Temperatures,

Water-boring in Cape Colony, 349

Water-Gas, Experiments to determine Temperatures of Flame
Virchow (Prof.), on the Immediate Task for Anthropologists,

of, E. Blass, 113
38; Lord Kelvin, 110; the Croonian Lecture, 487

Water- Pollution, Improved Ball Hydrant for Preventing, J. R.
Viré (Armand), Neolithic Village of the Roche-au-Diable, near Wigham, 167

Tesnieres, canton of Lorez-le-Bocage (Seine-et-Marne), 576 Water-Purification by Bacteriological Methods, Messrs. V. and
Viscous Liquid, Motion of a Solid Body in a, A. B. Basset,

A. Babes and Percy Frankland, 588
F.R.S., 512

Waterdale Researches : Fresh Light on Dynamics, 601
Visible Universe, the, J. Ellard Gore, A. Taylor, 193

Watson (John), Ornithology in Relation to Agriculture and
Vision, Defective, in Sailors, Association of Shipping Disasters

Horticulture, 533
with, Dr. T. H. Bickerton, 16

Watson (Sereno), Botanical Nomenclature, 53
Vision, Energy and, Prof. S. P. Langley, 252

Wave-Lengths, a New Table of Standard, Prof. H. A. Row.
Vision, a New Hypothesis concerning, John Berry Haycraft, 478

land, 590
Viticulture ; the Mal Nero Vine Disease, Dr. B. Pasquale, 130 Waves as a Motive Power, H. Linden, 438
Vladimiroff (M.), Rule for Estimating Quality of Vulcanised

Waves, Electromagnetic, Oliver Heaviside, 505
Caoutchouc, 563

Weapons of Defence, Remarkable, G. F. Hampson, E. Ernest
Vöchting (Dr. Hermann), Ueber Transplantation am Planzen-

Green, 199
korper, 128

Weather of Summer, the, 245, 270
Vogelius (Dr.), the Construction of Carbohydrates in the Fasting |

Weber (Mr.) on the Origin of the Mammalian Hair, 504
Body, 552

Weber (Prof. L.), an Improved Mercury Thermometer, 497
Volcanoes : Formation of Lunar, J. B. Hannay, 7; Stromboli |

Weber (William), Proposed Monument to, 106
in 1891, L. W. Fulcher, 89; A. Ricco and G. Mercalli, Dr. Webster (A. D.), Conifers for Economic Planting, 619
H. J. Johnstone Lavis, 453 ; Volcanoes of Japan, John Milne, i Weights and Measures, Changes in the Imperial Standard, 86
F.R.S., 178; on the Age of the most Ancient Eruptions of Weights and Measures, International Committee of, 21
Etna, M. Wallerant, 264 ; Fumo di Vulcano Veduto dall'Os- / Weinek's Lunar Enlargements, 473
servatorio di Palmero durante l'éruzione del 1889, A. Ricco, / Weismann (Prof. August), Das Keimplasma, 265
428: Kilauea in August 1892, Frank S. Dodge, 499

Wells and Wheeler, Isolation of Penta- Iodide and - Bromide of
Vole Plague in Thessaly, the Field, J. E. Harting, 545

Cæsium, 113 ; Preparation of Chloraurates and Bromaurates
Voles in Scotland, the Plague of Field, 155

of Cæsium and Rubidium, 158
Voles in Southern Scotland, the Colour Variations of the, Wells (H. G.), Text-book of Biology, 605
Robert Service, 587

Wenlock (Lord), Remarkable Hornet's Nest presented to
Volucella, Parasitism of, W. E. Hart, 78

Madras Museum by, 16
Volucellæ as Examples of Aggressive Mimicry, Edward B. | Were-Wolf in Latin Literature, the, Kirby W. Smith, 423
Poulton, F.R.S., 28

Wesendonck (Mr.). Pure Gases incapable of producing Electri-
Volucella, the alleged Aggressive Mimicry of, William Bate fication by Friction, 280
son, 77

West Indies, Observations in the, Prof. A. Agassiz, 608
Volucelle as Alleged Examples of Variation, almost Unique Westwood (Prof.), Death of, 232
amung Inimals, Edward B. Poulton, F.R.S., 126

Wethered (Frank J.), Medical Microscopy, Dr. A. II. Tubby, 51



Wetterhan (Dr.), Arborescent Frost Patterns, 162

Wurtz (Dr. R.), Technique Bactériologique, 446
Wettstein (R, von), Die Fossile Flora der Höttinger Breccie, Wynne (W. P.), Griess, Sandmeyer Interactions-and Gatter.

mann's Modification thereof, 239
Whale, Sowerby's, on the Norfolk Coast, T. Southwell. 349
Whale, Comparison of Rudimentary Hind-limb of Great Fin-

| Yale Astronomical Observatory, 452
whale Hump-back, and Greenland Right., Dr. John Struthers,

Yale College, Establishment of Psychological Laboratory at,
Whaling Fleet, Return of the Dundee, 473


Year, the Origin of the, J. Norman Lockyer, F.R.S., 32, 228
Wheat Conference, the South Australian Rust in, 86

Year.Book of the Imperial Institute of the United Kingdom,
Wheeler and Wells, Isolation of Penta. Iodide and - Bromide of

the Colonies, and India, the, 363
Cæsium, 113; Preparation of Chloraurates and Bromaurates

Year-Book of Science (for 1892), the, 388
of Cæsium and Rubidium, 158

Yew Poisoning, E. P. Squarey, Charles Whitehead, W. Car-
Whetham (W. C. D.), Ionic Velocities, 164

ruthers, F.R.S., and Dr. Munro, 285
Whipple (George Mathews), Death and Obituary Notice of,

Yezo and the Ainu, Prof. J. Milne, F.R.S., 330 ; A. H. Savage

Landor, 330
White (Dr. F. B.), Collection of Lepidoptera presented to

Yorkshire Caves, Relics found in, Rev. Edward Jones, 112
Museum of Perthshire Society of Natural Science, 206

Young's (Arthur) Tour in Ireland, 341
White (Philip J.), Unusual Origin of Arteries in the Rabbit,

Young (Prof. C. A.), Meteors, 150; Comet Holmes (1892, III.)

Whitehead (Charles), Yew Poisoning, 285

Young (Dr.), the Determination of the Critical Volume, 70:
Wiedemann's Annalen der Physik und Chemie, 68, 189, 286,

on Sutherland's On the Laws of Molecular Force, 70
357, 455, 525

Young (Prof. Sydney), Dr. Joule's Thermometers, 389; the
Wiener (Christian), Diffusion of Light by Rough Surfaces,

| Zero Point of 'Dr. Joule's Thermometer, 316
Wigham (J. R.), Improved Ball Hydrant for Preventing

Yoxall (J. H.), the Decimal System, 323
Water-Pollution, 167
Wild Nature, More about, Mrs. Brightwen, 125

Zacharias (Dr. Otto), Forschungsberichte aus der Biologischen
Wilkinson's (E.) Journey in the Kalabari Desert, 134

Station zu Plön, 461
Williams on the Relation of the Dimensions of Physical | Zahm (Rev. J. A.), Sound and Music, 222

Quantities to Directions in Space, Prof. Fitzgerald, Prof. | Zambesia Journey, Mr. D. G. Rankin's, 64
Reicker, Prof. Henrici, and Dr. Sumpner, 69

Zambesia, Twenty Years in, F. C. Selons, 377
Williams on the Dimensions of Physical Quantities, Dr. Burton, | Zante, Earthquake at, 379, 394, 585, 620

Prof. A. Lodge, Mr. Boys, W. Baily, Mr. Swinburne, Mr. Zermatt, Remarkable Optical Phenomenon near, F. Folie, 303
Williams, 116

Zero Point of Dr. Joule's Thermometer, the, Prof. Sydney
Williams (Dr. C. T.), on the High Altitudes of Colorado and Young, 316

their Climates, 333 ; Longevity of the Perigal Family, 585 Zichen (Dr. Theodor), Introduction to Physiological Psychology,
Williams (W. M.), the Framework of Chemistry, 28

Williams W. Matthieu), Death of, 130

Zirconia, Native, the Occurrence of (Baddeleyite), L. Fletcher,
Williamson (S.), the Hydrocarbons derived from Dipentene 282
Dihydrochloride, 405

Zodiacal Light, Observations of the, Arthur Searle and Prof.
Williamson (Prof. Wm. Crawford), the Genus Sphenophyl Bailey, 473
lum, il

Zoology : Zoological Gardens, Additions to, 17, 40, 63, 87, 113,
Willis (J. C.), Gynodiæcism in the Labiatæ, II., Observations 133, 158, 186, 208, 235, 256, 281, 303, 325, 351, 375, 399,
on Origanum (continued), 119

425, 451, 472, 497, 518, 546, 565, 589, 616; Zoological
Willoughby (Dr. E. F.), the Health Officer's Pocket-book, Gardens in Great Britain and Australia, Thomas Steele, 496 ;

Zoological Gardens in Europe and Australia, Thomas Steele,
Wilson (Edward), a Catalogue of British Jurassic Gasteropoda, 587; Zoological Society, 70, 118, 215, 335, 431, 455, 502,
H. Woods, 363

575; Dr. W. L. Abbott's Collection of African Mammals,
Wilson (E.), Magnetic Induction in Iron and other Metals, J. F. W. True, 39; the Mantle.Cells of Ascidians, Kowaleosky,
A. Ewing, F.R.S., 460

62; a New Genus and Species of Blind Cave Salamander from
Wine-growing in Alsace-Lorraine, Statistics of, 614

North America, L. Siejneger, 62; Large Male Gorilla
Wine-Yeast, the Improvement of Cider by, Nathan ; Investi Acquired by Berlin Aquarium, 86; International Zoological
gations on, Kosutany, 208

Congress at Moscow, 236; the Proposed Snake Laboratory
Winnebago County Meteorites, Lines of Structure in the, and at Calcutta, 253 ; a Proposed Handbook of the British Marine
in other Meteorites, Prof. H. A. Newton, 370

Fauna, Prof. d'Arcy W. Thompson, 269; Prof. W. A. Herd-
Wislicenus (Dr. Wilhelm), New Mode of Preparing Ilyponi. man, F.R.S., 293 ; W. Garstang, 293 ; the Brain in Mud-
trous Acid, 588

fishes, Dr. Rudolf Burckhardt, 339; Suggested Introduction
Witchell (Charles A.), the Fauna and Flora of Gloucester of the Musk-ox into Scotland, Col. II. W. Fielden, 349;
shire, 197

Lion-Tiger and Tiger-Lion Hybrids, Dr. V. Ball, F.R.S.,
Withington (Herbert), the Flight of Birds, 414

390, 607 ; Lion-Tiger Hybrids, S. F. Harmer, 413 ; Remark-
Witkowski (Herr), Use of Total Reflection to determine Light able Specimen of Orang-utan, 423 ; on the Cranial Osteology,
Refraction of Liquid Oxygen, 614

Classification, and Phylogeny of the Dinornithidæ, Prof. T.
Wolle (Rev. T.), Death of, 561

Jeffrey Parker, F.R.S., 431 ; on the Presence of a Distinct
Wollheim (IIugo), Aminol, 246

Coracoidal Element in Adult Sloths, R. Lydekker, 431 ;
Wollny (Herr), Dew, 398

Observations on the Development of the Rostrum in the
Wolsingham Observatory, 518 ; J. E. Espin, 452 ; Circular No. Cetacean Genus Mesoplodon, Henry O. Forbes, 455 ; the
35, 590 ; No. 34, 616

Marine Zoological Station at Trieste, 450 ; Polecat not
Women and Musical Instruments, Henry Balfour, 55

Extinct in Cardiganshire, J. W. Salter, 450; a Vertebrate
Wood Ashes as a Medicine for Farm Animals, J. M. Stahl, Fauna of Lakeland, Rev. A. Macpherson, 457 ; Blind Animals

in Caves, Prof. E. Ray Lankester, F.R S., 486; J. T.
Woods (H.), a Catalogue of British Jurassic Gasteropoda, W. Cunningham, 537 ; G. A. Boulenger, 608 ; Some Abnormal
H. Hudleston, F.R.S., and Edward Wilson, 363

Vertebrae of Certain Ranidæ (Rana Catesbiana, R. esculenta
Woodward (H. B.), Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society, and R. macrodon), Prof. Howes, 502 ; the Musk-ox, 559; a
Annual Address by, 562

New Medusa from Lake Tanganyika, R. T. Günther, 563;
Woolls (Rev. W.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 495

The Colour Variations of the Voles of Southern Scotland,
Worthington (Prof. A. M.), on the Need of a New Geometrical Robert Service, 587; the Alligator's Nest, S. Devenish, 587;
Term--“Conjugate Angles," 8 ; Science Teaching, 359

an International Zoological Record, Dr. Herbert II. Field,
Wright (Dr. G. Frederick), Man and the Glacial Period, 148 606
Wright (Ilerbert Edwards), a llandy Book for Brewers, 75 Zuntz (Prof.}, Respiratory Interchange in the Fasting
Wright (5.), Primer of Horticulture, Walter Thorp, 533

Body, 552


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