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the form of Isothermals of Liquids and Gases, 143; Dilatation Physical Anthropology in America, 475; Use ot Chloride of
and Compressibility of Water, 288; Expansion of Water at Potassium instead of Salt by Soudanese, M. Dybowski, 499 ;
Constant Pressure and at Constant Volume, 623

the International Congress of Prehistoric Archäology and
Amazons, River, the Naturalist on the, Henry Walter Bates, Anthropology, 523; Prehistoric Anthropology, the Quater-
F.R.S., 269

nary Deposits in Russia and their Relations to the Finds
Ambronn (Dr. L.), Astronomical Instruments up to Date, 114 Resulting from the Activity of Prehistoric Man, S. Nikitine,
America : American Microscopical Society- Prizes offered for 523; Race in Anthropology, M. Topinard, 524 ; Which is the

Encouragement of Research, 15; American Vine-disease ; ap most Ancient Race in Russia, Prof. A. Bogdanov, 524;
pearance of the Black Rot in Europe, 16; American Meteoro on the Rude Stone Implements of the Tasmanians, showing
logical Journal, 46, 143, 261, 454, 574 ; a New Blind Cave them to belong to the Palæolithic or Unground Stage of the
Salamander from North America, L. Stejneger, 62; Ameri Implement-makers Art, Dr. Tylor, 527; Anthropological
can Opinion of Photography in England, Xanthus Smith, Uses of the Camera, E, F. im Thurn, 548; Neolithic Village
86; American Journal of Science, 188, 285, 380, 499, 596 ; of the Roche-au. Diable, near Tesnières, Canton of Lorez-le-
On the American Iron Trade and its Progress during Six Bocage (Seine-et-Marne), Armaud Viré, 576 ; on Egyptian
teen Years, Sir Lowthian Bell, F.R.S.; John Parry, Mummies, Prof. Macalister, 623
195; American Society of Naturalists, 205; American Ants, the Use of, to Aphides and Coccidæ, J. D. A. Cockerell,
Forestry, C. S. Sergent, Prof. W. R. Fisher, 275 ; American 608
Mechanism, 241 ; a Correction, 281; the Destruction of Aphides and Coccidæ, the Use of Ants to, 608
Ancient Monuments in Central America, M. H. Saville, 302; Appleyard (J. R.), Salis of Active and Inactive Glyceric Acid :
American Psychological Association, 348; the U.S. Geo. | the Influence of Metals on the Specific Rotatory Power of
logical Survey and American Mining Industries, 350 ; Ame. Active Acids, 405
rican Journal of Mathematics, 380, 620; Observations of Applied Mechanics, Elementary Manual on, Prof. Jamieson,
Atmospheric Electricity in America, J. C. Mendenhall, Prof. 147
Oliver J. Lodge, F.R.S., 392; Archæological Work in | Applied Natural History, W. L. Calderwood, 492
America, Prof. Putnam, 474; the Destruction of Trees in Aqua et Terra, Quæstio de, Edmund G. Gardner, 295
America, Dr. W. J. Beal, 563

Aquarium, the Boxing Kangaroo at Westminster, 111
Amide and Imide of Sulphuric Acid, the, Dr. Traube, A. E. Arabia Petræa, Geology of, Prof. Edw. Hull, F.R.S., 166
Tutton, 566

Arborescent Frost Patterns, Prof. R. Meldola, F.R.S., 125 ;
Aminol, a True Disinfectant, Dr. E. Klein, F.R.S., 149, 247; G. J. Symons, F.R.S., 162; Rev. T. G. Bonney, F.R.S.,
Hugo Wollheim, 246

162; Dr. J. H. Gladstone, F.R.S., 162 ; Dr. Wetterhan,
Amterdam Royal Academy of Sciences, 216, 288, 432, 504, 162 ; J. T. Richards, 162; J. J. Armitage, 162; Prof. G. A.

Lebour, Prof. Sollas, F.R.S., 213
Amu-Daria, Discovery of Subterranean Town on the, 64 Arcady, Science in, Grant Allen, 173
Analysis, Modern Advanced, G. B. Mathews, 289

Archæology, the Tell.el-Hesy Excavations, F. J. Bliss, 302;
Anatomy; Bell's Idea of a New Anatomy of the Brain, Jas. B. the Destruction of Ancient Monuments in Central America,

Bailey, JI; the Brain in Mud fishes, Dr. Rudolf Burckhardt, M. H. Saville, 302 ; Ancient Copper Relics discovered in the
339 : the Relation of Anatomy to Art, Paul Richer, 470; Course of M. de Sarzec's Excavations in Chaldea, M.
Die Epiglottis, Carl Gegenbaur, 542 ; the Rudimentary Hind Berthelot, 360 ; Depredations amon, the recently-discovered
Limbs of Great Fin-whale, Humpback, and Greenland Right Phænician Tombs in Malta, 396 ; Archæological Work in
whale compared, Dr. John Struthers, 588

America, Prof. Putnam, 474 ; the International Congress of
Ancient Ice Ages, T. Mellard Reade, 174

Prehistoric Archæology and Anthropology, 523
Anchisaurus colurus, Restoration of, Prof. O. C. Marsh, 349 Architecture and Symbolism in Burma, Development in Budd.
Ancient Dyes, Notes on some, Edward Schunck, F.R.S., 22 hist, Major Temple, 47
Ancient Ice Ages, J. Lomas, 227

Architecture, Naval : Institution of Naval Architects, 519;
Anderson (A.), Blind Animals in Caves, 439

Annual General Meeting, 494 ; the Strength of Bulkheads,
Anderson (Dr. W.), Technical Education, 155

Dr. Elgar, 520: Experiments on the Transmission of Heat
André (M.), on the Organic Substances constituting Vegetable through Tube-plates, A. J. Durston, 521 ; Notes on Boiler-
Soil, 551

testing, J. T. Melton, 521" ; the Apparatus for Measuring and
Andromeda, Comet in, 40

Registering Vibrations of Steamers, E. Olio Schlick, 521 ;
Andromedes, the, Maclair Boraston, 326

Experiments with Engines of S. S. Iveagh, John Inglis, 521
Anemometer, New Maximum, W. H. Dines, 118

Arctic Expedition, Dr. Nansen's, 65; Proposed Arctic Expedi.
Anemometry, H. W. Dines, 143

tion of Lieut. Peary, 133; Proposed Arctic Expedition by
Angot (Alfred), Eiffel Tower, Experiments on Decrease of Air way of Franz Josef Land, F. G. Jackson, 377
Temperature with Elevation, 240

Arctic Travel : the Voyage of La Manche to Iceland, Jan
Animal Body, the Chemical Basis of the, A. Sheridan Lea, Mayen, and Spitzbergen in 1892, M. Bi naimé, 48
F.R.S., 340

Argyll (the Duke of, F.R.S.), Glacier Action, 389; Origin of
Animal Life, the Study of, J. Arthur Thomson, 2

Lake Basins, 485
Animals, Blind, in Caves, Prof. E. Ray Lankester, F.R.S., Arizona, Central, Cliff and Cave-dwellings in, J. W. Tourney,

389, 486; J. T. Cunningham, 339, 537 ; A. Anderson, 112
4399; G. A. Boulenger, 608

Armitage (J. J.), Arborescent Frost Patterns, 162
Animals' Rights, H. S. Salt, 73, 127 ; the Reviewer, 151 Armstrong (H. E.), the Origin of Colour and Fluorescence,
Annalen des K. K. Naturhistorischen Hofmuseums, 525

238 ; Products of Interaction of Zinc Chloride on Sulphuric
Annelid, Sponge and, a Strange Commensalism, James Hornell, Acid and Camphor, 239; Griess-Sandmeyer Interactions and

Gattemann's Modification thereof, 239; Origin of Colour
Anschutz (Prof.), Compounds of Salicylic and Cresotinic Acid VII. and VIII., 551
Lactides with Chloroform, 255

Army, Science in the Public Schools and the Scientific Branches
Antarctic Continent, the Chatham Islands and an, H. (). of the, 513
Forbes, 474

Arno (Signor), Rotation of Cylinder by Inductive Action, 374
Antarctic Whaling Fleet, the, 282; Letters from the, 590 Arons (Dr.), an Arc Light between Mercurial Electrodes in
Anthropology: Prof. Virchow on the Immediate Task for Vacuo, 24

Anthropologists, 38; Anthropological Institute, 46, 239, 335, Arsonval (M. d), the Physiologica! Effects of Electric Currents
455, 527, 623; Development of Buddhist Architecture and i of High Frequency, 517
Symbolism in Burma, Major Temple, 46; Prehistoric Inter- Art, the Relation of Anatomy to, Paul Riche
ments of Bahi Rossi Caves, near Mentone, A. J. Evans, Art, the Evolution of Decorative, Henry Balfour, 606
239; Mythographic Origin of Polynesian Ornament-forms, | Arts, S ciety of, Opening Meeting of, 63
Dr. H. C. March, 239; Relics of Primitive Fashions in India, Arteries in the Rabbit, Unusual Origin of, Philip J. White, 365
Kedarnath Basu, 301 ; Dr. Ten Kate on the Type-character. | Artesian Boring and Irrigation in New South Wales, J. W.
is:ics of the North American Indians, 374; The Tokelaus, Boulibee, 183
423; on Nicobar Pottery, E. H. Man, 455 ; on some Islands Arthropoda, on the Walking of, Henry H Dixon, 56
of the New Hebrides, Lieut. Boyle, T. Somerville, 455 ; | Arthur (J. G.), Gases in Living Plants, 427


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Artificially Incubated Eggs, W. Whitman Bailey, 200

Tacchini, 304, 399, 565; the Nautical Almanac for 1896,
Artiodactyle, Artionyx-a Clawed, Prof. Henry S. Osborn, 610 326 ; Eclipse Photography, M. de la Baume Pluvinel, 326;
Artiodactyle, Protocerus, the New, Prof. Henry S. Osborn, 321 The Andromedes, Maclair Boraston, 326; a New Method of
Artionyx--A Clawed Artiodactyle, Prof. Henry S. Osborn, 610 Photographing the Corona, M. H. Deslandres, 327 ; the
Ascidians, the Mantle-cells of, Kowalevsky, 62

Milky Way from the North Pule to 10° of South Declination,
Asia, Central, Dr. J. Troll's Journey through, 160

drawn at the Earl of Rosse's Observatory at Birr Castle, Dr.
Asia from East to West, the Steppe Belt Traversing, H. J. Oito Boeddicker, 337 ; Sun spots and Magnetic Pertur.
Mackinder, 353

bations in 1892, M. Ricco, 352; New Minor Planets,
Asiatic Loess, the Geology of the, Thos. W. Kingsmill, Prof. 352; the Lunar Sursace, 352; Remarkable Comets,
G. H. Darwin, F.R.S., 30

Mr. Lynn, 376; Relative Positions of Stars in Cluster
Assheton (R.), on a Supposed Law of Metazoan Development, x Persei, Sir Robert Ball and Arthur Rambaut, 376;

176; on the Development of the Optic Nerve of Vertebrates L'Astronomie, 377; Astronomy for Everyday Readers, B. J.
and the Choroidal Fissure of Embryonic Life, 261

Hopkins, 389; the Star Catalogue of the Astronomische
Assmann (Prof.), Detailed Description of the Meteorographs Gesellschaft, 399; Coincidence of Solar and Terrestrial Phe-
set up in the “ Urania-Pillars," 287

nomena, Prof. G. E. Hale, 425; Prof. Hale's Solar Photo-
Aston (E.), Atomic Weight of Boron, 165

graphs, 498; La Grandissima Macchia Solare del Febbrajo
Astronomy: Nova Aurigæ, 399, 159; H. F. Newall, 7; Prof.

1892, A. Ricco, 429 ; Distribution of Stars in Space, Prof.
Barnard, 282 ; Mr. Huggins, 425 ; Hydrogen Line HB in T. C. Kapleyn, 432 ; Théorie du Soleil, Dr. A. Brester, 433;
the Spectrum of, Herr Victor Schumann, 425; Motion of, Prof. Observational Astronomy, Arthur Mee, 434 : Universal
W. W. Campbell, 256 ; the New Star in the Constellation of Tiine, 451; the Bielids, 1892, M. Bredichin, 451; the
Auriga, W. J. Lockyer, 137 ; Spectra of Planetary Nebulæ Bielids of 1872, 1885, and 1892, M. Bredichin, 498; Wol-
and, M. Eugen Gothard, 352 ; Astronomical Column, 18, 40, singham Observatory, 518, 590, 616; T. E. Espin, 452;
63, 88, 114, 132, 159, 186 ; 208, 235, 256, 281, 303, 326, United States Naval Observatory, 452 ; Yale Astronomical
351, 376, 399, 425, 451, 473, 498, 518, 546, 565, 589, 616; Observatory, 452 ; the Evolution of Double Stars, T.J. J. See ;
Comet Barnard (October 12), 18, 40; Comet Brooks (August Prof. G. H. Darwin, F.R.S., 459; Observations of the Zodiacal
28), 18, 41, 63; a New Comet (Brooks, November 19-20), 133, Light, Arihur Searle and Prof. Bailey, 473; Winck's Lunar En-
186, 208, 235, 257, 281, 304, 326, 352, 376, 399, 425, 451; largements, 473 ; L'Astronomie for March, 473 ; Bermerside
Prof. Kreuz, 159 ; MM. Esmiol and Fabry, 159; Tabular His. Observatory, 473; the Melbourne Observatory, 498; Natal
tory of Astronomy to the Year 1500 A.D., Dr. Felix Müller, Observatory, 498 ; Roche's Limit, 509 ; Prof. G. H. Darwin,
18; a Large Telescope, 18 ; the Atmospheres of Planets, 18; F.R S., 581; the Horizontal Pendulum, Dr. E. von Rebeur-
Comet in Andromeda, 40 ; Motion of the Solar System, Paschwitz, 519; the Rising and Setting of Stars, 519; Paris
Prof. J. G. Porter, 41 ; Occultation of Mars and Jupiter by Observatory in 1892 M. Tisserand, 546; the Large Nebula
the Moon, Prof. Barnard, 41; the Recent Opposition of near & Persei (N.G.C. 1499) (Dr. F. Skinner, 546; Minor
Mars, Prof. W. H. Pickering, 235; the Canals of Mars, 64; Planets, 547 ; La Planète Mars et ses Conditions d'Habita-
the Channels of Mars, T. W. Kingsmill, 133; the Markings bilité, Camille Flammarion, William J. Lockyer, 553 ; Paral-
on Mars, M. Schaeberle, 209; the New Comet, 63 ; W. F. laxes of u and a Cassiopeiæ, Harold Jacoby, 565; Fall of a
Denning, 77 ; M. Bigourdan, 88; the Light of Planets, 64 ; Meteorite, 565; Jahrbuch der Astronomie und Geophysik,
John Garstang, 77: Stellar Magnitudes in Relation to the 566; the Observatory, 566 ; Centenary of Birth of Wilhelmus
Milky Way, Prof. Kapteyn, 64 ; the Fifth Satellite of Jupiter, Struve, 585; Photographic Chart of the Heavens, M. Lawy,
E. Royer, 71; A. A. Common, 208; E. E. Barnard, 377; 589 ; Catalogue of Souihern S'ar Magnitudes, Edwin Sawyer,
the Sizes of Jupiter's Satellites, M. J. J. Lauderer, 473; 589; a New Table of Standard Wave-Lengths, Prof. H. A.
Jupiler and his Satellites, Prof. Pickering, 518 ; Rutherfurd Rowland, 590 ; Meteor Showers, 590; Distance of the Stars
Measures of Stars about B Cygni, Prof. Harold Jacoby, 77 by Doppler's Principle, G. W. Colles, jun., 596; Large
Parallax of B Cygni, Harold Jacoby, 399; Motion in the Line Telescopes, 616; Spectrum of B Lyræ, Prof. Keeler, Société
of Sight, M. H. Deslandres, 88; Himmel und Erde, the Astronomique de France, 616
Heat in August 1892, Prof. W. J. van Bebber, 88; Astro | Astrophysics, Astronomy and, 133
nomy of the Invisible, Dr. J. Scheiner, 88; Observations of Atlantic (North), Pilot Chart of, 86, 398
Perseids, 88; Comet Holmes (November 6, 1892), 114, Atlantic Ocean, North, Synoptic Daily Weather Charts of, 543
132, 159, 186, 209, 235, 281, 303, 351, 376, 425, 473; M. | Atlas of Astronomy, An, Sir Robert Stawell Ball, F.R.S., 225
Schulhof, 256, 451, 498 ; Lewis Boss, Rev. E. M. Searle, Atlas der Völkerkunde, Dr. Georg Gerland, Dr. Edward B.
Mr. Roberts, 256 ; Dr. F. Cohn, 326 ; Dr. R. Schorr, 326; Tyler, F.R.S., 223
Prof. Kreler, Prof. C. A. Young, 518; W. F. Denning, 365; | Atmosphere, Higher, Exploration by Means of Free Balloons
Prof. E. Barnard, 399 ; Spectrum of Comet Holmes, 235; al with Automatic Recorders of, Gustave Hermite, 119
New Comet, 133; Astronomy and Astrophysics, 133 ; a | Atmosphere, Photographic Absorption of our, Prof. Schasberle,
New O servatory at Abastouman, 133; Astronomy at 304
Columbia College, U.S.A., 159 ; Companion to the Ob. | Atmosphere, the Thermal Exchanges of the, Prof. von Bezold,
servatory for 1893, 159 ; Swist's Comet, Prof. Barnard, 186; 552
Comet Swist (a 1892), A. E. Douglas, 546; Ultra-Violet | Atmospheres of Planets, 18
Spectrum in Solar Prominences, Prof. G. E. Hale, 186 ; Ephe. Atmospheric Electricity in America, Observations of, T. C.
meris for Bodies moving in the Biela Orbit, Dr. Chandler, / Mendenhall, Prof. Oliver J. Lodge, F.R.S., 392
186 ; Madras Meridian Circle Observations, 186; a Bright | Atmospheric Nitrogen, Researches on the Fixation by Microbes
Comet, W. R. Brooks, 114; Astronomical Instruments of, M. Berthelot, 23
11p 10 Date, Dr. L. Ambronn and Herr Julius Springer, 114; Auriga, the New Star in the Constellation of, W. J. Lockyer,
Motion of 8 Persei, 115; Proper Motions, M. Deslandres, 115; 137
the Present Comets, T. W. Backhouse, 127 ; tbe Star of Auroral Phenomena, Thunderstorms and, J. Ewen Davidson,
Be hlehem, J H. Stockwell, 177 ; Astronomical Theory of ' 582
the Ice Age, N. L. W. A. Gravelaar, 200; the Tercentenary | Auroras, the Height and Spectrum of, T. W. Backhouse, 151
of Galileo at Padua, 207; Burnham's Double-star Observa. Austen (E. E.), Description of New Species of Dipterous In-ects
lions, 281; the Lick Observatory, Miss Milicent W. Shinn, of the Family Syrphida, in the Collection of the British
209 ; Washington Magnetic Observations, 209 ; an Atlas of Museum, with Notes on Species described by the late Francis
A tronomy, Sir Ro ert Stawell Bill, F.RS., 225; Measure. Walker, 335
ment of Distances of Binary Stars, Prof. Arthur A. Rambaut, Australia : the “Bean-tree” of Central, 40 ; Catalogue of
226; Astronomical Discoveries in 1892, W. F. Denning, Fastern and Australian Lepidoptera in the Collection of the
256 ; the Meteor Shower of November 23, 1892, 257 ; Total Oxford University Museum, Col. C. Swinhoe, 53; an Ancient
Sular Eclipse April 15-16, 1893, 304, 376, 584 ; M. De la Glacial Epoch in Australia, Dr. Alfred R. Wallace, 55 ; the
Baume Pluvinel, 281, 304 ; A. Taylor, 317; Astronomical South Australian Rust in Wheat Conference, 86 ; a Large
Journal Prizes, 282, 425, 616 : Newcomb Engelmann's Popu Meteorite from Western Australia, James R. Gregory, 90 ;
Fair. Astronomie, 291 ; Photographic Absorplion of our Atmo Edgar B. Waite appointed Assistant Curator in the Austra-
sphere, Prof. Schaebeile, 304 ; Tlarvard College Observatory, lian Museum, Sydney, ill; an Introduction to the Study of
Pro'. Pickering, 304 ; Solar Observations at Rome, Prof. Botany, with a Special Chapter on some Australian Natural


Orders, Arthur Dendy and A, H. S. Lucas, 125; Australian Barnard, Comet (October 12), 18, 40
Travels, R. Von Lendeníeld, 274 ; Tobacco. Culture in Aus- Barnard (Prof.), Occultation of Mars and Jupiter by the Moon,
tralia, 324 ; Great Meteorite from Western Australia, 469 ; 41; Nova Auriga, 282; Swift's Comet, 186; Jupiter's Fifth
the Triangulation of North-west South Australia, 519 ; Ethno Satellite, 377; Comet Holmes (1892, III.), 399
logical Observations in Australia, R. Etheridge, 594 ; Palæon. Barometer, a Highly Sensitive Mercury, Dr. Carlo di Lungo,
tological Discovery in Australia, Prof. Alfred Newton, F.R.S.,


Barometry, Standard, Dr. Frank Waldo, 511
Automatic Mercurial Air Pumps, Dr. August Raps, 369

Barrow (Geo.), on an Intrusion of Muscovite-biotite-gneiss in the
Autres Mondes, Amédée Guillemin, 485

South-Eastern Highlands, and its Accompanying Thermo-
Ayrton (Prof.) Science Teaching, 359

Metamorphism, 575
Azoimide, 136

Barry (John Warren), Studies in Corsica, 462
Aztecs, the Calendar System of the Ancients, Zelia Nuttall, 156 | Bartholomew (John), Death of, 547

Barus (C.), Preliminary Note on the Colours of Cloudy Con-
Babes (Messrs. V. and A.), the Purification of Water by Bac. densation, 380; Isothermals, Isopiestics and Isometrics
teriological Methods, 588

relative to Viscosity, 380
Backhouse (T. W.), the Present Comets, 127 ; the Height and Basset (A. B., F.R.S.), Stability and Instability of Viscous

Spectrum of Auroras, 151 ; the Afterglows and Bishop's Liquids, 94 ; Théorie Mathématique de la Lumière, H.
Ring, 582

Poincaré, 386 ; Motion of a Solid Body in a Viscous
Bacteriology : the Bacteriology of Tetanus, Kikasoto, 158; Bac Liquid, 512

teriology of Tobacco, and Vinous Fermentation, Suchsland, Basset (L.), the New Triangulation of France, 71
Nathan, and Kosutany, 208 ; Investigations on the Behaviour | Bastelaer's (D. A. van), Observations on Ozone, 373
of Micro-organisms at Various Temperatures, 234 ; Methods , Bates (Henry Walter, F.R.S.), the Naturalist on the River
of Examining Milk for Tubercle Bacillus, Ilkewitsch and! Amazons, 269

Thörner, 254; Bacilli in Butter, Mrs. Percy Frankland, Bateson (William), the Alleged "Aggressive Mimicry " of
283; on the Bacterial Investigation of the Sea and its Volucella, 77
Floor, H. L. Russell, 285; on the Germination of Seedlings Bateson (W.), on Numerical Variation in Digits in Illustration
in the Absence of Bacteria, H. H. Dickson, 287; the Action of a Principle of Symmetry, 503
of Light upon certain Micro-organisms, Herr Buchner, 303 ; | Baudin (L. C.), Depression of Zero in Boiled Thermometers,
Experiments on the Action of Light on Bacillus anthracis, 143
Prof. Marshall Ward, F.R.S., 331 ; Bacteria and Beer, 379; ! Bauerman (H.), Prof. Wadsworth on the Geology of the Iron,
Micro-organisms and their Investigation, Mrs. Percy Frank ! Geld, and Copper Districts of Michigan, 118
land, 446 ; Dunbar on the Question of the Separate Identifi- ! Baumann's (Dr.), Journeys in Nile Sources Region, 377
cation of Typhoid and B. Coli Communis Bacilli, 472 ; Blood | Bayard (F. C.), the Direciion of the Wind over the British Isles,
Serum Inuculation for Diphtheria, Dr. Wernicke 480; 1876-80, 623
Contribution à l'Etude de la Morphologie et du Développe. Beal (Dr. W. J.), the Destruction of Trees in America, 563
ment des Bactériacées, Dr. A. Billet, Dr. Rubert Boyce, 532 ; 1 Bean-Tree of Central Australia, 40
the Potato as a Diagnostic Agent, Herr Krannhals, 545; Beard (J.), on a Supposed Law of Metazoan Development, 79
the Purification of Water, Messrs. V. and A. Babes and Beauties of Nature, the, and the Wonders of the World we
Percy Frankland, 588 ; Further Experiments on the action of Live in, Hon. Sir John Lubbock, F.R.S. 28
Light on Bacillus anthracis, H. Marshall Ward, 597

Beaver, Castorol. gia, or the History and Traditions of the
Baddeleyite ; the Occurrence of Native Zirconia, L. Fletcher, Canadian, Horace Martin, 224

Bebber (Prof. W. J. van), Heat in August, 1892, 88
Baden-Powell (B. F. S.), In Savage Isles and Settled Lands, Beck (C. R.): the Preparation of Phosphoric Oxide free from

the Lower Oxide, 430 ; Note on the Preparation of Plati-
Bagard (Henri), On Thermo-electric Phenomena between Two nous Chloride and on the Interaction of Chlorine and Mer.
Electrolytes, 263

cury, 479
Bailey (Prof.) Observations of the Zodiacal Light, 473

Beer, Bacteria and, 379
Bailey (E. H. S.), the Great Spirit Spring Mound, Kansas, 87 Bees, The Death's Head Moth, J. R. S. Clifford, 234
Bailey (G. P.), Meteor of March 18, 1893, 516

Bees in New South Wales, Plants most visited by, 614
Bailey (Jas. B.), Bell's Idea of a New Anatomy of the Brain, in
Bailey (Prof. L. H.), Value of Electric Light for Lettuce and Beetles, Butterflies, Moths, and other Insects, A. W. Kapple
other Winter Crops, 130

and W. Egmont Kirby, 148
Bailey (W. Whitman), Artificially Incubated Eggs, 200

Behring (Dr.): the Blood-serum Therapeutists, 336; Ex-
Bailey (W.), Williams on the Dimensions of Physical Quantities, periments with Preventive Serum, 600

Bell (F. Jeffrey), Catalogue of the British Echinoderms in the
Baker (J. G., F.R.S.), the Ferns of South Africa, Thos. R. ! British Museum, 508
Sim, 291

Bell (H. H. J.), Notes on a Spider, 557
Baldwin (Prof. J. Mark), Tracery Imitation, 149

Bell (Sir Lowthian, F.R.S.), on the American Iron Trade, and
Balfour (Henry), Women and Musical Instruments, 55; the its Progress during Sixteen Years, John Parry, 195
Evolution of Decorative Art, 606

Bell's Idea of a New Anatomy of the Brain, Jas. B. Bailey, 11
Ball (Sir Robert Stawell, F.R.S.), an Atlas of Astronomy, 225; Beneath Helvellyn's Shade, Samuel Barber, 364
Relative Position of the Stars in Cluster x Persei, 376

Beneden (F. J. van), Fossil Fauna of the Black Sea, 544
Ball (Dr. V., F.R.S.), Lion-Tiger and Tiger-Lion Hybrids, 390, Bengal Census, Facts Significant of Progress. 617

Benham (William Blaxland), British Earthworms, 102; on a
Ballooning : Meteorological Balloon Ascent at Berlin, October New Genus and Species of Aquatic Oligochæta belonging tu

24, 1891, A. L. Rotch, 46 ; Dirigible Balloon in Construction, the Family Rhinodrilidæ found in England by, 261
at Chalais-Meudon, 112; Exploration of Higher Atmosphere ! Bennett (Mr.), Fungus Internally Parasitic in Diatoms, 118
by Means of Free Balloons with Automatic Recorders, 'Gus. Bent (Mr. and Mrs. Theodore) : Proposed Expedition to Abys.
tave Hermite, 119; the First Aerial Voyage Across English sinia, 115 ; Arrival at Adowa and Aksam of, 519, 547
Channel, R. de C. Ward, 143; the Longest Ascent on Record, Berget (M.), Dilatation of Iron on Magnetization, 71
Maurice Malet, 182 ; Exploration of the Higher Atmosphere, ' Berlin: Berlin Method of Cleaning Mercury, 16 ; Berlin Me-
Gustave Hermite, 600

teorological Society, 24, 168, 287, 480, 552; Berlin Physical
Baltic Ship Canal, C. Beseke, 579

Society, 24, 168, 216, 312, 336, 480, 503, 624 ; Berlin
Bangweolo, Mr. Joseph Thompson's Journey to Lake, 115

Physiological Society, 72, 144, 216, 287, 480, 504, 552, 600;
Barbary States, Bibliography of the, Lieut. Col. Sir R. Lambert Meteorological Balloon Ascent at Berlin, October 29, 1891,
Playfair and Dr. Robert Brown, 298

A. L. Rotch, 46; Large Male Gorilla acquired by Berlin
Barber (Samuel), Beneath Helvellyn's Shade, 364

Aquarium, 86; Berlin Physikalisch-Techi ische Reichsan.
Baring-Gould (S.), Strange Survivals : Some Chapters in the i stalt, Construction of Copies of Permanent Mercury Resis-
History of Man, 53

tance, 233 ; Berlin Academy Grants in aid of Research, 586 ;
Barnaby (Mr.), the Screw Propeller, 21

Berlin Imperial Physico-Technical Institute, Researches on





the Siemens Platinum Foil Unit as a Standard for the Inten- Bodies Moving in the Biela Orbit, Ephemeris sor, Dr. Chandler,
sity of a Source of Light, 615

Bermerside Observatory, 473

Boeddicker (Dr. Otto), the Milky Way from the North Pole to
Berson (Dr.), Relationship between Insolation and Tempera 10° of South Declination, drawn at the Earl of Rosse's
ture, 24

Observatory at Birr Castle, 337
Berthelot (M.), Researches on the Fixation of Atmospheric Bois (Dr. Du), Method of Producing Intense Monochromatic

Nitrogen by Microbes, 23; Ancient Copper Relics discovered | Light, 255
in the course of M. de Sarzec's Excavations in Chaldæa, 360 ; Bois (H. E. J. G. du), a Modified Astatic Galvanometer, 455
High Temperature and Carbon Vaporization, 240 ; on the Bogdanov (Prof. A.), Which is the most Ancient Race in
Organic Substances Constituting Vegetable Soil, 551

Russia? 524
Beseke (C.), Der Nord-Ostsee-Kanal, 579

Böhm (Dr. J.), Observations on the Potato Disease, 254
Bethlehem, the Star of, J. H. Stockwell, 177

Bolletino de la Società Botanica Italiana, 23
Bezold (Prof. von), the Thermal Changes of the Atmosphere, 552 Bombay, Magnetical and Meteorological Observations made at
Bianco (Ottavio Zanolli), Discovery of the Potential, 510

the Government Observatory, 1890, 379
Bibliographia Medica Italiana, Prof. P. Giacosa, 606

! Bonney (Prof. T. G., F.R.S.): "The Lake of Geneva,” Prof.
Bickerton (Dr. T. H.), the Association of Shipping Disasters' F. A. Forel, 5; Arborescent Frost Patterns, 162 ; on some
with Delective Vision in Sailors, 16

Schistose “Greenstones" from the Pennine Alps, 263 ; Note
Bidgood (John), A Course of Practical Elementary Biology, 434 on the Nufenen-Stock (Lepontine Alps), 263 ; on a Secondary
Bidwell (Shelford, F.R.S.), on some Meteorological Problems, Development of Biolite and of Hornblende in Crystalline

Schists from the Binnenthal, 263 ; some Lake Basins in
Biela Orbit, Ephemeris sor Bodies Moving in the, Dr. Chandler, France, 341, 414 ; Action of Glaciers on the Land, 521

Boraston (Maclair), ihe Andromedes, 326
Bielids, the, 1892, M. Bredichin, 451

Borneo, Travels in, Charles Hose, 282
Bielids of 1872, 1885, and 1892, the, M. Bredichin, 498

Boss (Lewis), Comet Holmes, 256
Bienaimé (M.), the Voyage of La Manche to Iceland, Jan Mayer Botany : Fossil, the Genus Sphenophyllum, Prof. Wm. Crawford
and Spitzbergen in 1892, 48

Williamson, II; Bolletino della Società Botanica Italiano,
Bigourdan (M.), the New Comet (Holmes), 88

23; Journal of Botany, 23, 261, 596; the Cultivation of
Billett (Dr. A.), Contribution à l'Etude de la Morphologie et Diatoms, Signor Macchiati, 23; Biological Relations

du Développement des Bacteriacées, Dr. Ruhert Boyce, 532 between Plants and Snails, 23; the Botanical Gazette,
Binary Stars : Measurement of Distances of, C. E. Stromeyer, 23, 285, 596; the Dischidia Rafflesiana established at
199; Prof. Arthur A. Rambaut, 226

Kew, 38; the “Bean-tree” of Central Australia, 40 :
Biology: Experimental Evolution, Henry de Varigny, 25 ; Botanical Nomenclature, W. T. Thiselton Dyer, F.R.S., 53;

Biological Nomenclature : the Rule “Once a Synonym, Sereno Waison, 53 ; Gynodiæcism in the Labiatæ, II ; Obser-
always a Synonym," Elliott Coues, 39 ; on the Reproduction vations on Origanum (continued), J. C. Willis, 119; Influence
of Orbitolites, H. B. Brady, 119; on the Occurrence of of Moisture on Vegetation, E. Gain, 119; Mode of
Embryonic Fis-ion in Cyclostomatous Polyzoa, Sidney F. Production of Perfume in Flowers, E. Mesnard, 120; An
Harmer, 524 ; Text-book of Elementary Biology, H. J. Introduction to the Study of Botany, with a Special Chapter
Campbell, 530 ; Text-book of Biology, H. G. Wells, 605; | on Some Australian Natural Orders, Arthur Dendy and A. H.
a Course of Practical Elementary Biology, John Bidgood, S. Lucas, 125; Teaching of Botany, Dr. D. H. Scott, 228 ; The
434 ; Forschungsherichte aus der Biologischen Station zur Teaching of Botany, 151 ; a New Irish Alga, Prof. T. John-
Plön, Dr. Otto Zacharias, 461; Marine Laboratories in the son, 167 ; Grasses of the Pacific Slope, including Alaska and
United States, Prof. J. P. Campbell, 66 ; Marine Biology, the Adjacent Islands, Dr. Geo. Vasey, 173; Naked-Eye
the Destruction of Immature Fish, Ernest W. L. Holt, 160 ; Botany, F. E. Kitchener, 198; Botanical Explorations in
Dredging Work at Plymouth, 375; the Rising and Sinking Idaho, D. T. Macdougal, 206 ; a Botanist's Vacation in the
Process in the Radiolaria, Herr Verworn, 397 ; the Week's Hawaiian Islands, Prof. D. H. Campbell, 236, 355 ; A Con-
Work of the Plymouth Station, 398, 424, 451, 472, 497, 518, tribution to our Knowledge of Seedlings, Sir John Lubbock,

546, 565. 589, 616; Port Erin (Isle of Man) Station, 515 F.R.S., Dr. Maxwell T. Masters, F.R.S., 243; Electric
Birds, the Fright of, Herbert Withington, 414

Currents in Plants, Prof. Burdon Sanderson, 255; Botanical
Birds, the Migration of, an Attempt to reduce Avian Season Laboratory Established at Eustis, Florida, 278; H. L.
Flight to Law, Charles Dixon, 169

Russell on the Bacterial Investigation of the Sea and its
Birds of New Zealand, the Preservation of the Native, 394

Floor, 285; What is the True Shamrock ? Nathaniel Colgan,
Birkeland (Kr.), Electric Oscillations in Wires, Direct Measure R. L. Praeger, 302 ; Sisal Hemp Grown in Botanic Society',
ment of the Moving Wave, 286

Gardens, 324 ; the Jamaica Botanical Department, W. Faw-
Birmingbam, Technical Education in, Sir Henry Roscoe, 301 cett, 348; Proposed Establishment of a New Order
Bishop (Sereno E.), the Afterglow, 102

(Myxobacteriaceae) of Schizomycetes, R. Thaxter, 373 ;
Bishop's Ring, the Alterglows and, T. W. Backhouse, 582

Flowering of Fourcroya Selloa in Botanic Society's Con-
Bismuth, Further Researches in Connection with the Metallurgy servatory, 373; Botanische Zeitung, 398; Engler's
of, Edward Mathey, F.R.S., 358

Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Planzen-geschichte
Black (W. G.), Ozone, 390

und Planzengeographie, 413; Death of Cav. G. A.
Black Sea, Fossil Fauna of the, T. J. van Beneden, 544

Pasquale, 421 ; Dionæa, Dr. Macfarlane, Bashford
Blake (Prof. J. F.), the Landslip at Sandgate, 467

Dean, 423; on the Cause of the Bright Colours
Blakesley (Mr.), Diffusion of Light, 191

of Alpine Flowers, Dr. J. Joly, F.R.S., 431; Govern-
Blakesley (J. H.), on the Differential Equation of Electric Flow, ment Stations in United States, 450 ; Deaths and

Obituary Notices of Dr. G. Vasev, Rev. W. Woolls and Dr.
Blandford (W. F. H.), Insects Injurious to Conifers, 620

Karl Prantl, 495; Climbing Plants, Dr. H. Schenck, W.
Bladford (Henry F., F.R.S.), a Palæozoic Ice-Age, 101, 152; Botting Hemsley, F.R.S., 514; the Process of Transference
Death of, 300; Obituary Notice of, 322

of Material in Plants, Herr Brasse, 544 ; Deaths of Alphonse
Blanford (Dr. W. T., F.R.S.), a Palæozoic Ice-Age, 101, 152 de Candolle and Rev. T. Wolle, 561 ; a Graft Hybrid be-
Blass (E.), Experiments to Determine Temperature of Flame tween Red and White Geraniums, H. L. Jones, 563 ; the
of Water Gas, 113

Radiation and Absorption of Heat by Leaves, Alfred
Blind Animals in Caves : Prof. E. Ray Lankester, F.R.S., 389, Goldsborough Mayer, 596; Studies in ihe Morphology of
486 ; J. T. Cunningham, 439, 537 ; A. Anderson, 439 ; G. Spore-producing Members, F. O. Bower, F.R.S., 598 ;
A. Boulenger, 608

Plants most visited by Bees in New South Wales, 614;
Bliss (F. J.), The Excavations at Tell-el-Hesy, 302

Report of the Coniler Conference, Dr. M. T. Masters,
Blomefield (Rev. Leonard), Address of Congraiulation to, 85 F.R.S., and Prof. Carl Hauser, 619; List of Conifers and
Blondel (M. A.), General Conditions to be fulfilled by Register: 1 Texads, Dr. Masters, 619; Prof. Carl Hauser's Pinetum

ing Instruments or Indicators, Problem of Integral Synchro Danicum, 619; Coniseræ of Japan, H. J. Veitch, 619;
nisation, 599

Conisers for Economic Planting, A. D. Webster, 619 ;
Blood Vessels of the Skin in Different Pa'ts, Signor Minervini, ! the Timher of Exotic Conisers, D. F. Mackenzie, 619;

Insects Injurious to Conifers, W. G. H. Blandlord, 620 ;


Bottles designed to Collect Specimens of Deep Waters, on a Brothers (A.), a Manual of Photography, 98
Modification to be Applied to the Construction of, J. Thoulet, Brown (Arthur E.), Photographic Dry Plaies, il

Brown (Dr. Robert), Morocco, 298
Boulenger (G. A.), Blind Animals in Caves, 608

Brown (W. Piffe), Winter Temperatures on Mountain Sum-
Boulibee (J. W.), Artesian Boring and Irrigation in Nev South mits, 431
Wales, 183

Brownin: (R. E.), Quantitative Separation of Barium from
Bouty (M.), on Initial Capacities of Pularisation, 552

Strontium, and of Strontium from Calcium by Action of Amy!
Bower (F. O., F.R.S.), Studies in the Morphology of Spore Alcohol on Bromides and Nitrates respectively, 189
producing Members, 598

Brayn (Lobry de), Hydroxylamine, 185
Bowers (Captain), Journey in Tibet, 400

Bryan (G. H.), on a Hydrodypainical Proof of the Equations
Boyce (Dr. Rubert), Contribution à l'Étude de la Morphologie of Motion of a Perforated Solid with Applications to the

et du Développement des Bacteriacées, Dr. A. Billet, 532 | Motion of a fine Frame-work on Circulating Liquids, 500
Buys (Mr.), Williams on the Dimensions of Physical Quantities, Bryant (Thomas), John Hunter (the Hunterian Lecture), 372

Pubbles, Permanent Soap, formed with a Resinous Soap, M.
Boys (C. V., F.RS.), on Electric Spark Photographs, or Izarn, 119

Photography of Flying Bullets, &c., by the Light of the Buchner (Herr), the Action of Light upon certain Micro-
Electric Spark, 415, 440

Organisms, 303
Boxing Kangaroo at Westminster Aquarium, the, if

Buck (Sir E. C.), the Debra Dun Forest School, 614
Boyd (R. Nelson), Coal Pits and Pitmen, 481

Buck (Walter J.), Wild Spain, 583
Boyle (Robert), a Sanitarian's Travels, 105

Buckton (G. B., F.R.S.), the Reflector with the Projection
Braddon (Sir Edward), Tasmania the Paradise of Horticulturists, Microscope, 54
- 587

Buddhist Architecture and Symbolisin in Burma, Developments
Brady (H. B.), on the Reproduction of Orbitolites, 119

ini, Major Temple, 46
Brain, Bell's Idea of a New Anatomy of the, Jas. B. Builey, 11 Bulgaria, Earthquake in, 562
Brain of George Grote, Examination of, Prof. Juhn Marshall, Bulletin de l'Acadéinie Royal de Belgique, 309, 428, 500, 525,

Brain in Mud-fishes, the, Dr. Rudolf Burckhardt, 339

Bulletin of the New York Mathematical Society, 23, 286, 428
Brandis (Sir D.), American Forestry, Prof, W. R. Fisher, 275 | Bullets, Photography of Flying, C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 415, 449
Branly (Edouard), Experiments on Loss of Electrical Charge of Burbury (S. H.), Mr. Sutherland's Paper on the Laws of
Bodies in Diffuse Light and in Darkness, 586

Molecular Force, 117
Brasse (Herr), the Process of Transference of Material in | Burckhardt (Dr. Rudolf), Das Centralnervensystem von Protop-
Plants, 544

terus Annectens ; eine Vergleichend Anatomische Studie,
Brazil, the Proposed Transference of the Capital of, 64

Breath Figures, W. B. Croft, 187

| Burmah ; Snakes in Thatch, 113
Breath Figures, Dust Photographs and, W B. Crost, 364

| Burma Mines, Valuable Ruby Discovered at, 586
Bredichin (M.), the Bielids, 1892, 451; the Bielids of 1872, Barnham's Double-Star Observations, 281
1885, and 1892, 498

Burton (Dr.), Williams on the Dimensions of Physical Quan-
Bressa l'ize, the, 233
Bressa Prize, the Ninth, Turin Academy of Sciences, 543 Burton (Dr. C. S.), Diffusion of Light, 191; on Plane and
Brester (Dr. A.), Théorie du Soleil, 433

Spherical Sound Waves of Finite Amplitude, 500; on the
Brewers, a Handy Book for, Herbert Edwards Wright, 75

Applicability of Lagrange's Equations of Motion to a
Brightwen (Mrs.), More about Wild Nature, 125

General Class of Problems, with Special Reference to the
Brinton (Dr.), the Alleged Increase of Nervous Diseases with Motion of a Perforated Solid in a Liquid, 500
Growth of Civilisation, 280, 374

Bushe (Col. C.), Superstitions of the Shuswaps of British
British Association, the Coming Nottingham Meeting of the, Columbia, 199

Buite (M. L.), on the Urea contained in the Blood in Cases of
British Columbia, Lizard Superstition of Shuswap Indians, Dr. Eclampsia, 456
Geo. Dawson, F.R.S., 184; Superstitions of the Shuswaps Butter, Bacilli in, Mrs. Percy Frankland, 283
of, Colonel C. Bushe, 199

Butterflies : on the Mimetic Forms of certain Butterflies of the
British Earthworms, William Flaxland Benham, 102 ; Frank J. genus Hypolimnas, Col. C. Swinhoe, 429

Cole, 255
British Fungus-Flora, a Classified Text-Book of Mycology, Cables, Electric, the Teredo and, Sir Henry Mance, 450
George Massee, 26

Cage-bird Club, Formation of a, 495
British History, some Geographical Aspects of, H. G. Mac Calcutta, the Proposed Snake Laboratory at, 253
kinder, 519

Calderwood (Henry), Evolution and Man's Place in Nature,
British Islands, the Hemiptera Heteroptera of the, Edward - 385
Saunders, 292

Calderwood (W. L), Applied Natural History, 492
British Journal Photographic Almanac for 1893, 462

Calendar System of the Ancient Aztecs, the, Zelia Nuttall,
British Jurassic Gasteropoda, a Catalogue of, W. H. Hudle.

ston, F.R.S., and Edward Wilson, H. Woods, 363

Caliche (Nitrate of Soda), the Origin of, G. M. Hunter, 254
British Marine Fauna, Proposed Handbook to the, Prof. W. A. Calisornia: Geology of Taylorville Region in Sierra Nevada,
Herdman, F.R.S., 231 ; Prof. D'Arcy W. Thompson, 269 ; California, J. S. Diller, 39

Prof. W. A. Herdman, F.R. S., 293 ; W. Garstang, 293 California (Southern), the Fishes of, C. H. Eigenmann, 61
British Museum, Catalogue of the British Echinoderms in the, California, Geographical Society of, 134
F. Jeffrey Bell, 508

Calvert (G. A.), the Measurement or Wake Currents, 520
British New Guinea, J. P. Thompson, Henry O. Forbes, 345; Cambridge : Election of Honorary Fellows of Gonville and
Prof. Alfred C. Haddon, 414; Henry O. Forbes, 414

Caius College, 130
Brock (Dr. H.), a Treatise on Public Health and its Applica Cambridge University Extension Movement, the ; Summer
tions in Different European Countries, Dr. Albert Palmberg, Meeting Programme, 183. 586

Cambridge Philosophical Society, 95, 119 360, 502
Brodie (Rev. P. B.), on some Additional Remains of Cestraciont Camel, the, as a Defertilising Influence in Egypi, E. A. Floyer,

and other Fishes in the Green Gritty Marls immediately 156
overlying the Red Marls of the Upper Keuper in Warwick Cainera, Anthropological Uses of the, E. F. im Thurn, 548
shire, 286

Campbell (Prof. D. H.), a Botanist's Vacation in the Hawaiian
Brodmann (C.), on a Modification of the Transpiration Method Islands, 236. 355

Suitable for the Investigation of very Viscous Liquids, 357 Campbell (H. J.), Text book of Elementary Biology, 530
Brooks, Co'net, August 28), 18, 41

Campbell (Prof. J. P.), Marine Laborauries in the United
Brooks's Comet, the New, MM. Esmiol and Fabry, 159

Stales, 66
Bronks, Comet (November 19-20, 1892), 159. 208, 235, 257, Campbell (Prof. W. W), Motion of Nova Aurige, 256

231, 304, 325, 352, 376, 399, 425, 451; Berberich, 186 Camphor, Japanese, 142

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