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ABBE (PROF. ERNST), Death of, 278; Obituary Notice of,
Abbot (C. G.), Astrophysical Work at the Smithsonian
Institution, 592

Abegg (Mr.), Determination of Proportion of Free Chromic
Acid in Dichromate Solutions, 281

Abel (Dr. O.), the Fossil Sirenians of the Mediterranean
Formation of Austria, 351
Aberdeen University, Proceedings of the Anatomical and
Anthropological Society of, 186

Abney (Sir William, K.C.B., F.R.S.), Science and the
State, Lecture at Society of Arts, 90
Abnormal Tides of January 7, the, 258
Abraham (Henri), a Synchronising Electromagnetic Brake,

Abrahams (B.), a German-English Dictionary of Terms used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences, 533 Accumulator, the Theory of the Lead, F. Dolezalek, 1 Acoustics: Experiment for showing the Pressure due to Sound Waves, Prof. R. W. Wood, 280; the Basic Law of Vocal Utterance, Emil Sutro, 317; Duality of Voice and Speech, Emil Sutro, 317; Duality of Thought and Language, Emil Sutro, 317; Application of the Vowel Siren to the Study of Deafness, M. Marage, 456; Submarine Signalling by Sound, J. B. Millet, 595 Acquired Characteristics, Inheritance of, D. E. Hutchins, 83

Actinium, a New Radio-active Product from, Dr. T. Godlewski, 294

Adams (G. I.), Zinc and Lead Deposits of Northern
Arkansas, 450
Adeney (Dr. W. E.), Unrecognised Factors in the Trans-
mission of Gases through Water, 334
Adolescence, its Psychology and its Relations to Physi-
ology, Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime, Religion,
G. Stanley Hall, 3
Aeronautics: Kite Observations on the Lake of Constance,
Dr. H. Hergesell, 87; Scientific Experiments in Italy
with Unmanned Balloons, Dr. L. Palazzo, 113; the Air-
ship Lebaudy II., 207; Death of Rev. J. M. Bacon, 207;
Voyage in a Balloon from London to Paris, Jacques
Faure, 372; Aëronautical_Monthly Ascents of 1904. Prof.
H. Hergesell, 447; the Future of Air-ships, A. Santos-
Dumont, 447: Progress in Aërial Navigation, Prof. G. H.
Bryan, F.R 463; reliminary Results of the Kite
Ascents made on the Yacht of the Prince of Monaco in
the Summer of 1904, Prof. H. Hergesell, 467; Death of
Colonel Renard, 588
Aflalo (F. G.), the Sea-fishing Industry of England and
Wales, 153; Fishing at Night, 221
Africa: Variations of Level of Lake Victoria Nvanza,
Captain H. G. Lyons, 15; Iron Manufacture in Lagos,
C. V. Bellamy, 40; Trypanosomiasis in French West
Africa, A. Laveran, 47: Trypanosomiasis and the Tsetse-
fly in French Guinea, A. Laveran, 287; Geological
Survey of the Transvaal, Report for the Year 1903,
H. Kynaston, E. T. Mellor, A. L. Hall, Dr. G. A. F.

Molengraaff, Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, 55; Sleeping Sickness in the Congo, 60; Sleeping Sickness in Congo Free State, Messrs. Dutton, Todd, and Christy, 499; Relationship of Human Trypanosomiasis to Congo Sleeping Sickness, Messrs. Dutton, Todd, and Christy, 499; Identity of Various Trypanosomes of Man, Dr. Thomas and Mr. Linton, 499; the Congo Floor Maggot, Messrs. Dutton, Todd, and Christy, 499; a New South African Cypress, Callistris schwarzii, Dr. R. Marloth, 168; the Glacial Conglomerate in the Table Mountain Series near Clanwilliam, A. W. Rogers, 168; Meeting of the British Association in South Africa, 323; Indian and South African Rainfalls, 1892-1902, D. E. Hutchins, _342; Community of Type between South African and European Marine Annelids generally, Prof. McIntosh, 492; Petrography of the Witwatersrand Conglomerates, with Special Reference to the Origin of Gold, Dr. F. H. Hatch and Dr. G. S. Corstorphine, 471; Intrusive Granites in the Transvaal, the Orange River Colony, and in Swaziland, E. Jorissen, 471; Die Kalahari, Dr. Siegfried Passarge, 481; North African Petroglyphs, E. F. Gautier, 570; the Mammals and Birds of Liberia, Sir Harry Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., 574; Existence of Schists with Graptoliths at Haci-el-Khenig, Central Sahara, G. B. M. Flamand, 576; the Fort and Stonelined Pits at Inyanga contrasted with the Great Zimbabwe, R. N. Hall, 598; New Indiarubber Euphorbia, Henri Jumelle, 600; the Nile Flood in Relation to the Variations of Atmospheric Pressure in North-East Africa, Captain H. G. Lyons, 616; the Physical History of the Victoria Falls, A. J. C. Molyneux, 619 Agriculture: Electricity in Agriculture and Horticulture, Prof. S. Lemström, 1; Para Rubber Plantation at Mergui, Burma, 14: Swede Disease in Ireland, Prof. T. Johnson, 167: Death of Major Henry F. Alvord, 181; on the Constitution of Arable Earth, A. Delage and H. Lagatu, 191; Possibility of Manufacturing Starch from Cassava on a Large Scale, H. H. Cousins, 184; a Bibliography of Agricultural Science, 188; Cotton-planting in West Indies, 209; "Bastard " Logwood, S. N. C., 222; Agricultural Education and Research, Prof. T. H. Middleton, 236; Sugar Cane Cultivation in Barbadoes, Prof. d'Albuquerque and Mr. Bovell, 304: Sugar-planting Experiments in the Leeward Islands in 1903-4, Dr. F. Watts, 615; Agriculture in the West Indies, Sir Daniel Morris, 350; Agricultural Notes, 355 Experiments in the Manuring of Fruit Crops, Duke of Bedford and Spencer Pickering, F.R.S., 356; Production of Calcium Cyanamide and its Employment as Fertiliser, Prof. Frank, 374; the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society, 558; the Agricultural Changes required by These Times and Laying Down Land to Grass, R. H. Elliot, 604 Air-pollution, Bacterial Test for Estimation of, Dr. Mervyn Gordon, 237

Air Spectrum, the Third Band of the, H. Deslandres and A. Kannapell, 17

Aitken (Prof. R. G.), Systematic Survey of Double Stars,


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