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F.R.S., 418; Spontaneous Combustion of, in Ships, Prof. V. Coral Reefs of the Java Sea and its Vicinity, Dr. H. B. Guppy,
Lewes, 517; Organization of Fossil Plants of Coal measures, 300
Prof. W. C. Williamson, F.R.S., 572

Coral Reefs in Recent Seas, Dr. John Murray, 167
Coasts of Finland, the Secular Upheaval of, 348

Corday's (Charlotte) Skull, Dr. Topinard, 500
Cobalt, Effects of Pressure on Magnetization of, C. Chree, 237 Cormorant, Pallas's, 373
Cockburn (J.), a Brilliant Meteor, 81

Cornish (Thos.), the Old English Black Rat in Cornwall, 161
Cockerell (T. D. A.): Galls, 344, 559; a Greenish Meteor, Corona of January 1, 1889, Prof. Tacchini, 139

369 ; some Notes on Dr. A. R. Wallace's "Darwinism," 393 Corona of 1889, December 22, W. H. Wesley, 450
Coco de Mer, the, 256

Coronal Light, Photometric Intensity of, Prof. Thorpe, 139
Coco-nut Palm, Self-fertilization of, W. B. Hemsley, F.R.S., Corpi (F. M.), the Catastrophe of Kantzorik, Armenia, 190
537: Captain W. J. L. Wharton, F.R.S., 585

Corsican Population, Cephalic Index of, Dr. A. Fallot, 357
Cocoa-nut Butter, 162, 284

Cory (Dr. Robert), History and Pathology of Vaccination, E.
Cocorda (G. D.), the South African Gold-fields, 164

M. Crookshank, 486
Code, Technical Education in the New Education, 505

Cosson (M.), Death of, 230
Coldstream (William), Illustrations of some of the Grasses of Costa Rica, Meteorology of, Boletin Trimestral of San José

the Southern Punjab, being Photo-lithographs of some of the Observatory, 427
Principal Grasses found at Hissar, 533

Cotes (E. C.), Locusts in India, 403
Coleman (A. P.), Glories, 154

Cottam (Arthur) Large Scale Charts of the Constellations, 45
Collins (F. Howard): an Epitome of the Synthetic Philosophy, Courtenay (Right Rev. Bishop R.), Acquired Characters and
340; Heredity and the Effects of Use and Disuse, 559

Congenital Variation, 367
Colomb (Admiral), Rule of the Road at Sea, 515

Cowper (Dr. J.), Acquired Characters and Congenital Varia-
Coloration, Protective, of Eggs, Dr. Alfred R. Wallace, 53 ; tion, 368
Rev. Fred F. Grensted, 53; E. B. Titchener, 129

Crabs, Foreign Substances attached to : Francis P. Pascoe,
Colour-blind Engine Drivers, 325

176 ; F. Ernest Weiss, 272 ; Alfred O. Walker, 296 ; Captain
Colour-blindness in the Mercantile Marine, 494

David Wilson-Barker, 297 ; Dr. R. von Lendenfeld, 317;
Colour-blindness, the Committee on, 568

Prof. W. A. Herdman, 344 ; Walter Garstang, 417, 490,
Coloured Analytical Tables, H. W. Hake, 29

538 ; Ernest W. L. Holt, 463, 515, 586
Colouring-matier, a New Green Vegetable, C. Michie Smith, Cradle of the Aryans, the, Gerald H. Rendall, 128
573

Craig (Thomas), a Treatise on Linear Differential Equations, 508
Colours, Chemistry of the Coal-tar, Dr. R. Benedikt and Dr. Craters, Changes in Lunar, Prof. Thury, 183
E. Knecht, 8

Creak (E. W., F.R.S.), Report on the Magnetical Results of
Combustion, Spontaneous, in Coal Ships, Prof. V. Lewes, 517 the Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger, 105
Comets : Barnard's Comet, 1888-89, 20; Barnard's Comet, II. Creation and Physical Structure of the Earth, J. T. Harrison,

1889, March 31, 45; Comet Borelly (g 1889, December 12), 151
211; Spectrum of, 374 ; Brooks's (1889, July 6), Dr. Criminals, Identification of, by Measurement, Jacques Bertillon,
Knopf, 115, 211; Identity of Brooks's Comet (d 1889) with 592
Lexell's (1770), S. C. Chandler, 163 ; Orbit of Barnard's Crismer (M.), New Compound of Hydroxylamine with Metallic
Comet (1884, II.), 164; a New Comet, 164 ; Identity of !

Chlorides, 401
Comet Vico (1844) with Brooks's (1889), 233; Ephemeris . Croft (W. B.), Electrical Figures, 132
of Brooks's Comet (d 1889), 403 ; Orbits of the Companions Croll (Dr. James, F.R.S.), Former Glacial Periods, 441
of, 305 : Comets and Asteroids discovered in 1889–Comet a Crookshank (E. M.), History and Pathology of Vaccination,
1889, W. Brooks, 428 ; Comet b 1889, E. E. Barnard, 428 ; Dr. Robert Cory, 486
Comet < 1889, E. E. Barnard, 428; Comet d 1889, W. 'Cross (C. J.), Acetylation of Cellulose, 142; the Constituents
Brooks, 428 ; Comet e 1889, Davidson, 429; Comet f 1889,

of Flax, 193
Lewis Swift, 429 ; Comet g 1889, M. Borelly, 429; Brooks's Crosthwaite (Ř. J.), Wanton Destruction of Forests in India,
Comet (a 1890) 522, 549; Dr. Bidschof, 571; Return of į 210
Brorsen's Comet, Dr. E. Lamp, 69; Comet Davidson (e. Crows, the Food of, W. B. Barrows, 137
1889), 88 ; D'Arrest's Comet, G. Leveau, 596 ; a New Comet Crustaceans, Discovery by Prof. Giard of Micro-organism con-
1889, November 17) discovered by Lewis Swift, 69; Dr. | ferring Phosphorescence on, 137
Želbr, 115, 233 ; Dr. R. Schorr, 139; Dr. Lamp, 233 ; Cryptogamic Botany, the Revised Terminology in, Alfred W.
Orbit of Swift's Comet (V. 1880), 257 ; Nuclei of Great Bennett, 225
Comet (II. 1882), F. Tisserand, 358, 522 ; Periodic Comets, Crystal Palace, International Exhibition of Mining and Metal-
139; the Orbit of Winnecke's Periodical Comet, M. H. Faye, lurgy, 592
94

Crystals of Lime, H. A. Miers, 515
Compass on Board, the, 412

Cundall (J. T.), Production of Ozone by Flames, 502
Conductivity in Flints, a Natural Evidence of High Thermal, Cunningham (s. T.), Anchovies on South Coast of England,
Prof. A. S. Herschel, F.R.S., 175

230
Congenital Variation, Acquired Characters and : the Duke of Curtius (Dr.), Hydrazine, 547

Argyll, F.R.S., 173, 294, 366 ; W. T. Thiselton Dyer, Cyclamen in Savoy, Threatened Extinction of, 569
F.R.S., 315: F. V. Dickins, 316; kight Rev. Bishop R. Cygni, Y, Variable Star, 88
Courtenay, 367 ; Dr. J. Cowper, 368 ; Herbert Spencer, 414; Cyprus, Lieut.-General Sir Robert Biddulph, 45

Prof. E. Ray Lankester, F.R.S., 415
Congress, Moscow Archeological, 283
Conroy (Sir John), Luminous and Non-Luminous Radiation of Daffodils, Double Varieties of, 593
Gas-Flame, 357

Daily Graphic, the, 66
Constable (F. C.), Fighting for the Belt, 199

Dalmatia, Earthquakes in, 136
Constellations, Large Scale Charts of the, Arthur Cottam, 45 Dana (Prof. James D.), Sedgwick and Murchison, Cambrian
Continents and Oceans, the Permanence of, Joseph John

and Silurian, 421
Murphy, 175

Danckelmann (Dr. von): Meteorology of Gold and Slave Coast,
Cook (Charles S.), Spectrum of Aqueous Vapour, 598

479 ; Climate of German Togoland, 545
Cooke (M. C), Toilers in the Sea, 409

Danish Expedition to East Coast of Greenland, the Proposed,
Cope (Prof. E. D.): Lamarck versus Weismann, 79; on the 545

Causes of Variation, Prof. E. Ray Lankester, F.R.S., 128 Darwin (Prof. G. H., F.R.S.), Microseismic Vibration of the
Copenhagen, the Lund Museum in the University of, 26 1 Earth's Crust, 248
Copernican System of Astronomy, is it True? W. S. Cassedy, Darwin, Before and After, Prof. G. J. Romanes, F.R.S., 524
366

Darwin's and Lamarck's Theories as to Transmission of
Copper, the Spectrum of Subchloride of, Prof. A. S. Herschel, Acquired Characters, Prof. E. R. Lankester, F.R.S., 486
F.R.S., 513

Darwin's Voyage of a Naturalist, New Edition, 495
Copper, Volumetric Estimation of, Etard and Lebeau, 431 ! Darwinian Theory, and Acquired Characters and Congenital
Coral Reefs, Examination of the Structure of, Angelo Heilprin, Variation, 368 ; Herbert Spencer, 414 ; Prof. E. Ray Lan-
Dr. II. B. Guppy, 193

kester, F.R.S., 415

Darwinian Theory and Evolution, Rer. John T. Gulick, 309 Doumer (E.), Refracting Powers of Double Salts in Solution,
Darwinians, Neo, the Duke of Argyll and the, W. T. Thísel. 312
ton Dyer, F.R.S., 247

Dover, Discovery of Coal near, Prof. W. Boyd Dawkins, F.R.S.,
Darwinism: Prof. E. Ray Lankester, F.R.S., 9; Prof. Geo. J. 418

Romanes, F.R.S., 59 some Notes on Dr. A. R. Wallace's, Dreams, Dr. Julius Nelson, 546
by T. D. A. Cockerell, 393; and Panmixia, Prof. Geo. J. Du Chailla (Paul B.), the Viking Age, 173
Romanes, F.R.S., 437

Duchayla's Proof, Prof. J. D. Everett, F.R.S., 198
Daubrée (M.),

Analogy of South African Diamantiferous Matrix Dumont (M., Natality of Paimpol, 332
to Meteorites, 263

Dun Echt Observatory, 351
Dauvergne's
Journey in North-West Cashmere, 165

Dundee Technical Education Association, 113
Davidson's Cornet be 1889), 429

Danman (T.), a Glossary of Anatomical, Physiological, and
Davis (John), a Life of, Clements R. Markham, F.R.S., 52 Biological Terms, 173
Davison Chas.), Supposed Earthquake at Chelmsford on Dunn J., a Remarkable Meteor, 560
January 7, 369

Dunstan (Prof.), Apparatus for distilling mercury in pacuo, 526
Dawkins (Prof. W. Boyd, F.R.S.), Discovery of Coal near Dust, Atmospheric, Dr. Marcet, 358, 473
Dover, 418

Dast, the Motion of, Hon. Ralph Abercromby, 406
Dawson (Sir J. W., F.R.S.): Fossil Rhizocarps, 10; Certain Dust Particles, the Number of

, in the Atmosphere of certain
Devonian Plants from Scotland, 537

Places in Great Britain and the Continent, with Remarks on
Day (Francis), Fishes, 101

the Relation between the Amount of Dust and Meteorological
Deformation of an Elastic Shell, Prof. Horace Lamb, F.R.S., Phenomena, John Aitken, F.R.S., 394
549

Dutch East Indies, Science in, 547
Dehérain (P. P.), the Exhaustion of Soils cultivated without Dutch India, Flora of, 461
Manure, and Value of Organic Matter in Soil, 119

Dwight (Jonathan, Jun.), Birds that have struck the Statue of
Delachanal, Vincent and, Sorbite, 23

Liberty in New York Harbour, 181
Demography and Hygiene, Congress on, 401

Dyer (W. T. Thiselton, F.R.S.): the Duke of Argyll and the
Denniker (M.), Classification of Races, based on Physical Neo-Darwinians, 247 ; Acquired Characters and Congenital
Characters only, 332

Variation, 315
Denning (W. F.), Recent Observations of Jupiter, 206

Dynamics, Elementary, of Particles and Solids, W. M. Hicks,
Dentine and Bone, the Longevity of Textural Elements, parti. F.R.S., 534

cularly in, John Cleland, 392
Dentition, a Milk, in Orycteropus, O. Thomas, 309
Derbyshire, the Flora of, by the Rev. W. H. Painter, 77 Earl (A. G.), Elements of Laboratory Work, 461
Descartes and his School, Prof. Kuno Fisher, 171

Earth and its Story, edited by Dr. Robert Brown, 341
Desert of Atacama, on the Supposed Enormous Showers of Earth, on the Creation and Physical Structure of the, J. T.
Meteorites in the, 108

Harrison, 151
Deslandres (H.): Fundamental Common Property of Two kinds | Earth's Crust, Microseismic Vibration of the, Prof. G. H.

of Spectra, Lines and Bands ; Distinct Characteristics of each Darwin, F.R.S., 248

of the Classes ; Periodic Variations to Three Parameters, 576 Earth-currents and the Occurrence of Gold, Geo. Sutherland,
Deslongchamps (M. Eugène), Death and Obituary Notice of, 464
207

Earth-tremors from Trains, H. H. Turner, 344
Deutschen Seewarte: Annual Report of, 85; Meteorological Earthquakes : Record of British Earthquakes, Charles Davison,
Observations, 231

9; at St. Louis, 18; Earthquake of July 28, 1889, at
Dewar's (D.) Weather and Tidal Forecasts for 1890, 546

Kiushiu, J. Wada, 23; Relation of certain Magnetic Per-
Diamine (Diethyline), Dr. J. Sieber, 428

turbations to Earthquakes, M. Mascart, 23; the Earthquake
Diamonds, the Formation of
, M. Daubrée, 263

of Tokio, April 18, 1889, Prof. Cargill G. Knott, 32; Earth-
Dianthus, Enumeratio Specierum Varietatumque Generis, F. N. quakes in Algeria and Servia, 113; in Italy, Dalmatia, Bos-
Williams, 51

nia, and Herzegovina, 136, 181; at Granada, 161; British
Dianthus, Notes on the Pinks of Western Europe, by F. N. Earthquakes, William White, 202 ; Earthquakes in Turkes-
Williams, 78

tan, 230; the Earthquake of July 12 at Lake Issyk-kal,
Dibasic Organic Acids, a New Synthesis of, Prof. Crum Brown, 230; Earthquakes at Chelmsford and in Perthshire, 256;
431

Chas. Davison, 369; in Carinthia, 284 ; at Rome and in
Dickins (F. V.), Acquired Characters and Congenital Variation, Portugal, 401; at Bonn and Malaga, 470 ; at Trieste, 519;
316

in the United States, 569 ; in the Tyrol, 569
Dickinson (W. L.), Local Paralysis of Peripheral Ganglia and Earthworms from Pennsylvania, W. B. Benham, 560
Connection of Nerve-fibres with them, 118

Easter Island, Archæology and Ethnology of, Walter Hough,
Dierckx (G.), Sun-spot in High Latitudes, 472
Differential Equations, a Treatise on Linear, Thomas Craig, Eastman (Prof. J. R.), on Solar and Stellar Motions, 351, 392
508

Eclipses : Eclipse Parties, 139 ; Total Solar, of 1886, Rev. S.
Differential Equations, a Treatise on Ordinary and Partial, Prof. J. Perry, F.R.S., 88; H. H. Turner, 88; Dr. Schuster,
W. W. Johnson, 270

F.R.S., 327 ; Total Eclipse of December 22, 1889, 229;
Digestions, a Comparative Study of Natural and Artificial, A. M. A. De La Baume Pluvinel, 428 ; Total Eclipse of January 1,
S. Lea, 430

1889, Prof. Holden, 305
Dines (W. H.), Anemometers, 212

Eder (Dr. J. M.), La Photographie à la Lumière du Magnésium,
Diseases of Plants, Prof. H. Marshall Ward, F.R.S., 436 584
Diseases, Tropical, the Relation of the Soil to, A. Ernest Edinburgh International Exhibition, 85
Roberts, 31

Edinburgh Royal Society, 167, 214, 335, 358, 382, 431, 478, 575
Distant (W. L.), Monograph on Oriental Cicadida, 161 Edison Phonograph, Use of, in Preserving American Indian
Disturbed Water, on the Effect of Oil on, A. B. Basset, F.R.S., Languages, J. W. Fewkes, 560
297

Education : Physiology of Education, Mary Putnam Jacobi, 28 ;
Ditte (A.), Action of Sulphuric Acid on Aluminium, 503

Lord Salisbury on Free Education, 84 ; Education in Basuto-
Divers (Dr. E., F.R.S.), Oxyamido-sulphonates and their Con land, Sir Marshall Clarke on, 86; Scientific Education in
version into Hyponitrites, 143

China, the Question of Language, 162; the Need for Vital
Dobbins (J. R.), Spread of the Australian Ladybird in California, Improvements in English Education, Sir Lyon Playfair, 180:
161

Association for Improvement of Geometrical Teaching, 207;
Dog, the, M. de Mortillet, 332

Polytechnics for London, 242; Necessity of a School for
Dogs and Music, 372

Modern Oriental Studies, Prof. Max Müller, 255; the New
Double-star Observations : S. W. Burnham, 19, 472; E. E. Codes, English and Scotch, 385; Land Grants to Educational
Barnard, 19

Institutions in U.S.A., 448; the Revised Instructions to
Double Stars, New, Miss A. M. Clerke, 132

Inspectors of Elementary Education, 577; Mathematical
Doumer (E.), Refracting Powers of Simple Salts in Solution, Teaching at Sorbonne, Prof. Ch. Hermite, 597; Technical

Education in New South Wales and Bengal, 66; Conference at

569

263

47, 166

Manchester on Technical Education, 84; Dundee Technical England, Railways of, W. M. Acworth, 434
Education Association, 113 ; the City Guilds and Technical Enright (J.), Electrification due to Contact of Gases and Liquids,
Education, Sir H. E. Roscoe, M.P., F.R.S., 160; on the
Future of our Technical Education, Sir Henry E. Roscoe, Entomology: the Metamorphosis of Anoura, E. Bataillon,
M.P., F.R.S., 183; Technical Education in Elementary 23; Entomological Society, 93, 191, 382, 503, 575; Pre-
Schools, 356; Technical Education in Central India, 470 ; a sidential Address by Lord Walsingham, 334 ; Entomologist's
South London Polytechnic, 481; Technical Education Bill, Monthly Magazine, New Series, 161 ; Spread of the Australian
Sir H. E. Roscoe, 493 ; Technical Education in the Code, Ladybird in California, J. R. Dobbins, 161; Extraordinary
505

Abundance of Agrotis spina in New South Wales in October,
Eggs, Protective Coloration of, E. B. Titchener, 129; Dr. A. S. Olliff, 161 ; Alexandria Garden Pest, R. W. Blunfield,
Alfred R. Wallace, 53 ; Rev. Fred. F. Grensted, 53

181; Temperature Experiments on Lepidoptera, F. Merrifield,
Egypt, Vandalism in, 447

191; the Gizzard in Scolopendridæ, Victor Willem, 237 ;
Egyptian Civilization, Early, W. M. Flinders Petrie, 109

Sugar Losing its Attractions for Lepidoptera, Joseph Ander-
Eissler (M.), a Hand-book of Modern Explosives, 224

son, 349; Sugar-cane Pests at St. Vincent, 372; Wax Organs
Elastic After-Strain, on a Certain Theory of, Prof. Horace of the Bee, G. Carlet, 407; Beetle-settlement in Disused
Lamb, F.R.S., 463

Gasometers, T. H. Hall, 520; Introduction into California of
Elastic Shell, Deformation of an, Prof. Horace Lamb, F.R.S., Australian Natural Enemies of the Fluted Scale (Icerya
549

purchasi), 569
Elastical Researches of Barré de Saint-Venant, Prof. A. G. Ephedra die Arten der Gattung, von Dr. Otto Stapf, 390
Greenhill, F.R.S., 458

Epidemic of Influenza, 145
Electricity: Modern Views of Electricity, Dr. Oliver J. Lodge, Equation, Roots of Algebraic, Prof. A. Cayley, 359

F.R.S., 5, 80; Electrical Cloud Phenomena, Prof. w. K. Equations, a Treatise on Linear Differential, Thomas Craig, 508
Burton, 10; New Method of Measuring Differences of Poten. Equilibrium, a Case of Chemical, W. H. Pendlebury, 104
tial of Contact, Prof. Righi, 18; Institution of Electrical Ergot, Cattle-poisoning by, 569
Engineers, 21; Magnetism and Electricity, Andrew Jamieson, Eschenhagen (Dr.), Potsdam Magnetic Observatory, 479.
30; Specific Inductive Capacity, Prof. Oliver J. Lodge, Espin (Rev. T. E.): S Cassiopeiæ, 115; Bright Lines in
F.R.S., 30; Siegsfeld's Electric Thermometer, 43 ; a Stellar Spectra, 549
Method of driving Tuning-Forks Electrically, W. G. Estuary, the Mersey, Effects of Training Walls in, L. F. V,
Gregory, 47; a New Electric Radiation Meter, W. G. Harcourt, 380
Gregory, 47; Electrifications due to Contact of Gases and Estuary, the Thames, Captain Tizard, R.N., 539
Liquids, J. Enright, 47; Proceedings of the National Etheridge (R., Jun.), the Murrumbidgee Limestone, 67
Electric Light Association at its Ninth Convention, 50; Ethnology : the Leyden Ethnographical Collection, 180 ; Ethno-
Electric Light at the British Museum, 301; the National graphy of Venezuela, Pre-Columbian, Dr. Marcano, 332 ;
Electric Light Association, 302 ; Magnetism and Electricity, Ethnologic Affinity of Ancient Etruscans, Dr. Brinton, 66,
Arthur W. Poyser, 52; a Proposed Gilbert Club, 84 ; the 448; Sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the
Edinburgh International Exhibition, 85; Variations of Electric Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1884-85, J. W.
Resistance of Nitric Peroxide at Various Temperatures, J. Powell, 99; Ethnology of the Philippine Islands, Dr. F.
J. Boguski, 119; Electrical Figures, W. B. Croft, 132 ; the Blumentritt, 327; German Contributions to Ethnology, 433;
Arc Light, Joseph McGrath, 154 ; Effect of Repeated Heat Archäology and Ethnology of Easter Island, Walter Hough,
ing and Cooling on Electrical Coefficient of Annealed Iron, 569; Internationale Archiv für Ethnographie, 594
Herbert Tomlinson, F.R.S., 166; Electrification due to Eton, Science at, Lieut.-General Tennant, F.R.S., 587
Contact of Gases with Liquids, Enright, 166 ; Electrification Etruscans, Ethnologic Affinity of Ancient, 66, 448
of a Steam Jet, Shelford Bidwell, F.R.S.

, 213; Develop- Ettingshausen (Dr. Constantin Freiherr von), Das Australische
ment of Electricity and Heat in Dilute Electrolytic Solutions, Florenelement in Europa, 365
Prof. Planck, 215; the Peltier Effect and Contact E.M.F., Euclid, the Study of, 80
Prof. Oliver J. Lodge, F.R.S., 224; Electric Currents in Skin Everett (Prof. J. D., F.R.S.): Duchayla's Proof, 198 ; Traité
from Mental Excitation, Herr Tarchenoff, 232; Electrical d'Optique, M. E. Mascart, 224
Negative Variation of Heart accompanying Pulse, Dr. Aug. Every-day Life, Science of, J. A. Bower, 78
Wailer, 288 ; Electric Splashes, Dr. S. P. Thompson, 309 ; Evolution and the Darwinian Theory, Rev. John T. Gulick, 309
on Galvanometers, Ayrton, Mather, and Simpson, 310, 381; Evolution of Sex: M. S. Pembrey, 199; Dr. A. B. Meyer, 272;
Electrostatic Stress, Sir W. Thomson, F.R.S., 358; Easy Prof. Patrick Geddes and Arthur Thomson, 531
Lecture Experiment in Electric Resonance, Prof. Oliver J. Ewart (Prof. J. C.): Sardines in Moray Firth, 282 ; Cranial
Lodge, F.R.S., 368 ; Determination of Coefficient of Dynamic Nerves of Torpedo, 477 ; Development of Ciliary Ganglion,
and Electromotor Produce, P. Guzzi, 380; Electrical Resis 501
tance of Iron Alloys at High Temperatures, H. Le Chatelier, Exact Thermometry : Herbert Tomlinson, F.R.S., 198 ; Dr.
383 ; Electrical Resistance, Measurement of, Dr. Feussner, Sydney Young, 271
407 ; Electrical Oscillations in Rarefied Air, M. James Moser, Exhibition illustrating Application of Photography and Meteoro-
431 ; Magnetism and Electricity, Prof. Jamieson, 461 ; Elec logy, Proposed, 301
trical Radiation from Conducting Spheres, an Electric Eye Exhibition, Bournemouth Industrial and Loan, Science Exhibits.
and a Suggestion Regarding Vision, Prof. Oliver J. Lodge, in, 545
F.R.S., 462 ; Use of Bolometer for Observing Electrical Exhibition of Mining and Metallurgy, Proposed International,
Radiations of Hertz, Dr. Rubens, 504; Short Lectures to 447
Electrical Artisans, J. A. Fleming, 561; Absolute Measure- Exhibition, Paris : English Men of Science decorated, 17 ;
ments in Electricity and Magnetism, Andrew Gray, 561; French Native Colonists in, 427
Electricity in Modern Life, G. W. de Tunzelmann, 561 Exhibition, the Proposed Berlin International Horticultural, 283
Samples of Current, Electrical Literature, 561; Shape of Explosives, a Hand-book of Modern, M. Eissler, 224
Movable Coils used in, Electrical Measuring Instruments, Explosives, Smokeless, Sir Frederick Abel, F.R.S., 328, 352
T. Mather, 574; Prof. Stricker's New Electrical Lantern, Exton (Dr. H.), Geology of Witwatersrand Gold-fields, 190

Eye, the, Cortical Visual Areas, Prof. Munk, 407
Elementary Physics, M. R. Wright, 78
Elementary Schools, Technical Education in, 356
Elephant Sketeton, Large Indian, 66

Fall of Miner down a 100-Metre Shaft without being Killed, M.
Ellis (Thos. S.), the Human Foot, 365

Reumeaux, 471
Ellis (Wm.), Kelative Prevalence of North-East and South-West Fallot (Dr. A.), Cephalic Index of Corsican Population, 357
Winds, 586

Farne Islands, Bird-Preservation in the, H. G. Barclay, 112
Emerson (P. H.), Naturalistic Photography, 366

Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burmah, 101
Encyclopædie der Wissenschaften, 87

Fauna of Mergui and its Archipelago, 556
Engine Drivers, Colour-blind, 325

Faye (M. H.), the Orbit of Winnecke's Periodical Comet, 94
Engineer's Sketch-book, Thomas Walter Barber, 52

Feilden (Col. H. W.), the Barbados Monkey, 349
Engineers, Institution of Electrical, 21

Fermentation, the Micro-organisms of, practically considered,
Engines, Compound Locomotives, 331

Alfred Jörgensen, Prof. Percy F. Frankland, 339

593

Fern, Sweet-scented, 349

Fort William Meteorological Observatory, 518
Ferrel (William), a Popular Treatise on the Winds, 124 Forth Bridge : Testing of the New, 281; Opening of the, 429
Feussner (Dr.), Measurement of Electrical Resistance, 407 Fossil Plants of Coal-Measures, Organization of, Prof. W. C.
Fewkes (J. W.), Use of Edison Phonograph in Preserving Williamson, F.R.S., 593
American Indian Languages, 560

Fossil Rhizocarps : Sir J. Wm. Dawson, F.R.S., 10; Alfred
Fichte (Johann Gottlieb), the Popular Works of, 294

W. Bennett, 154
Field Experiments on Wheat in Italy, Prof. Giglioli, 404 Fowler (A.): Karlsruhe Observatory, 20; Objects for the
Field laid down to Permanent Grass, Sir J. B. Lawes, F.R.S., Spectroscope, 20, 44, 68, 87, 114, 138, 163, 183, 210, 232,
229

256, 285, 304, 326, 350, 374, 402, 428, 449, 472, 496, 521,
Fievez (Ch.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 400

548, 571, 595 ; Note on the Zodiacal Light, 402
Fighting for the Belt, F. C. Constable, 199

Fowler (G. J.), Influence of Different Oxides on Decomposition
Fiji
, Sea-water Cure for Banana Disease in, 19

of Potassium Chlorides, 502
Finland, the Secular Upheaval of Coasts of, 348

France : Travels in, Arthur Young, 294; La France Préhisto-
Fire-damp, Explosions in Mines in Relation to Cosmic and rique, Emile Cartailhac, 102 ; Brazilian Honours to French
Meteorological Conditions, Dr. Wagner, 504

Astronomers, 135: French Meteorological Society, 161;
Fischer-Sigwart (Llerr), Snake and Fish, 162

French Scientific Missions under the Old Monarchy, Dr.
Fisher (Prof. Kuno), History of Modern Philosophy, Descartes Hamy, 427
and his School, 171

Frankland (Prof. Percy F.), the Micro-Organisms of Fermenta-
Fisher (Rev. Osmond) : on the Physics of the Sub-Oceanic Crust, tion practically considered, Alfred Jorgensen, 339

A. J. Jukes-Browne, 54 ; Does the Bulk of Ocean Water Fraser (George), Maltese Butterflies, 199
Increase, 197

Free Education, Lord Salisbury on, 84
Fisher (Robert), Flower-Land, an Introduction to Botany, 247 Freshfield (Douglas W.), Search and Travel in the Caucasus,
Fisheries, Foreign, Administration of, Prof. W. C. McIntosh, 351
F.R.S., 497

Fritsch (Prof.): on the Sensory Organs of the Skin of Fishes, 95:
Fishery Industries of the United States, George Brown Goode, Anatomy of Torpedo marmorala, 263
178

Frost (Dr. Percival, F.R.S.), Eight Rainbows seen at the same
Fishes: the Habits of the Salmon, Major John P. Traherne, Time, 316

74; Dr. René du Bois Reymond on the Striated Muscles of Future of our Technical Education, on the, Sir Henry Roscoe,
Tench, 95; Prof. Fritsch on the Sensory Organs of the Skin M.P., F.R.S., 183
of Fishes, 95; Fishes, Francis Day, 101; the Bladder in Future Indian Civil Service Examinations, 265

Fishes, Prof. Liebreich, 359
Fitzgerald (Captain C. Č. P., R.N.), Leak-stopping in Steel
Ships, 516

Gairdner (W. T.), the Physician as Naturalist, 436
Fitzgerald (Prof. Geo. Fras.), Multiple Resonance obtained in Galls : Prof. G. J. Romanes, F.R.S., on, 80, 174, 369; R.
Hertz's Vibrators, 295

McLachlan, F.R.S., 131 ; D. Wetterhan, 131; W. Ainslie
Five Months' Fine Weather in Canada, Western U.S., and Hollis, 131, 272 ; Dr. St. George Mivart, F.R.S., 174; T.
Mexico, Mrs. E. H. Carbutt, 247

D. A. Cockerell, 344, 559
Fleming (J. A.), Short Lectures to Electrical Artisans, 561 Galton (Francis, F.R.S.), Cambridge Anthropometry, 454
Fletcher (Thos.), Coal Gas as a Fuel, 471

Galvanometers : Ayrton, Mather, and Sumpner, 310, 381 ; Re-
Flimm (Dr.), New Method of Synthesizing Indigo, 326

Aecting, Geometrical Construction of Direct-reading Scales
Flint Remains in Kolaba District, W. E. Sinclair, 114

for, A. P. Trotter, 478
Flints, a Natural Evidence of High Thermal Conductibility in, Ganguillet (E.) and W. R. Kutter, a General Formula for the
Prof. A. S. Herschel, F.R.S., 175

Uniform Flow of Water in Rivers and other Channels, 411
Flora of China, 46

Garden, the Birds in my, W. T. Greene, R. Bowdler-Sharpe,
Flora of Derbyshire, Rev. W. H. Painter, 77

169
Flora of Keeling Islands, W. B. Hemsley, F.R.S., 492 Gardiner (Prof. Walter): on a New Application of Photography
Flora of the Malayan Peninsula, Materials for a, Dr. George to the Demonstration of Physiological Processes in Plants,
King, F.R.S., 437

16; how Plants maintain themselves in the Struggle for Exist-
Flora of Suffolk, Dr. W. M. Hind, 149

ence, 90
Flow of Water in Rivers and other Channels, a General Formula Gardner (J. Starkie), Physics of the Sub-oceanic Crust, 103

for the Uniform, E. Ganguillet and W. R. Kutter, 411 Garrett (T. A.) and W. Lucas, Wimshurst Machine and Hertz's
Flower (Prof. W. H., F.R.S.): Who Discovered the Teeth in Vibrator, 515

Ornithorhynchus ?, 30, 151 ; Suggestions for the Formation Garstang (Walter), Foreign Substances attached to Crabs, 417,
and Arrangement of a Museum of Natural History in Connec-

490, 538
tion with a Public School, 177

Gas-flame, Luminous and Non-luminous Radiation of, Sir John
Flower-Land, an Introduction to Botany, Robert Fisher, 247 Conroy, 357
Fluorine: a New Method of Preparing, Henri Moissan, 117, Gas Measurement, Improved Apparatus for, Prof. Lunge, 471
138; Colour and Spectrum of, Henri Moissan, 214

Gauge, Bourdon's Pressure, Prof. A. G. Greenhill, F.R.S., 517
Fluoroform, Isolation of, M. Meslans, 521

Gauthier-Villars (H.), Eder's Photographie à la Lumière du
Fog, Effects of, on Plants under Glass, 372

Magnésium, translated by, 584
Folk-Lore, Customs of the Akas, 86

Geddes (Prof. Patrick) and Arthur Thomson, Evolution of Sex,
Foot, the Human, Thos. S. Ellis, 365

531
Foot-pounds, 298; Prof. A. G. Greenhill, F.R.S., 317 Geodesy : a Bibliography of, J. Howard Gore, 9; the Measure-
Forbes (H. O.), Discovery of Maori Cave-dwellings, 209

ment of the Peruvian Arc, E. D. Preston, 309; Geodetic
Forces, Proof of the Parallelogram of, W. E. Johnson, 153;

Surveys of India, 14)
Prof. A. G. Greenhill, F.R.S., 298

Geography: Geographical Notes, 20, 45, 164, 234, 286, 327,
Forecasting, Weather, 278

351, 374, 403, 472, 571; Geographical Results of Stanley's
Foreign Substances Attached to Crabs : Francis P. Pascoe, Expedition, 20, 73, 111; the North Coast of New Guinea,

176 ; F. Ernest Weiss, 272 ; Alfred O. Walker, 296; Captain Admiral von Schleinitz, 21; Reported Massacre of Dr.
David Wilson-Barker, 297 ; Dr. R. von Lendenfeld, 317; Peters's Party, 21; Cyprus, Lt.-General Sir Robert Biddulph,
Prof. W. A. Herdman, 344; Walter Garstang, 417, 490,

45; Physics of the Sub-oceanic Crust, Rev. Osmond Fisher,
538 ; Ernest W. L. Holt, 463, 515, 586

A. J. Jukes-Browne, 53; Teacher's Manual of Geography,
Foreshadowing of the Periodic Law, a First, P. J. Hartog, 186 J. W. Redway, 78; Exploration of the Musgrave Ranges,
Forest Surveys of India, 140

Australia, 86; Death of Major P. E. Warburton, 164 ; Death
Forestry in India, Dr. Schlich, 470

of Cardinal Massaja, 164 ; the Ascent of Kilimanjaro, Meyer
Forestry in Singapore, Noxious Grass, Lalang, 182

and Purtscheller, 164; the South African Gold-fields, G. D.
Forestry, Major-General Michael, 348

Cocorda, 164 ; Arrival of Captain Trivier at Mozambique,
Forestry, a Manual of, William Schlich, Sir D. Brandis, F.R.S., 165 ; M. Thoroddsen's Explorations in Iceland, 165 : Dan-
121

vergne's Journey in N.W. Cashmere, 165 ; Geography in
Forestry, Punjab Forest Administration Report, 520

Russia, Baron Kaulbars, 208; Colonel Roborovski's Expedi-
Forests in India, Wanton Destruction of, R. J. Crosthwaite, 210 tion in Central Asia, 234; Prof. Kuekenthal's Researches in

King Charles Land, 234 ; a Thousand Miles on an Elephant Giffen (Robert): Accumulations of Capital in the United King-
in the Shan States, Holt S. Hallett, 265; the Lesser Antilles, dom in 1875-85, 211; the Growth of Capital, 553
by Owen T. Bulkeley, 268 ; Tietkens's Explorations in Central Giglioli (Prof.): Field Experiments on Wheat in Italy, 404 ;
Australia, 286 ; Tavernier's Travels in India, translated by Modigliani's Exploration of Nias Island, 587
V. Ball, F.R.S., 313; Area of Austro-Hungarian Empire, Gilbert Club, Proposed, 84, 112
Dr. Penck, 325; Discovery of Pass from Nia to Tibet by Giles (Ernest), Australia Twice Traversed, 341
Colonel Pevtsoff and M. Roborovsky, 327 ; Search and Gill (Dr.), Minor Planet (12), Victoria, 139
Travel in the Caucacus, Douglas W. Freshfield, 351; the Girard (Jules), Recherches sur les Tremblements de Terre, 583
Russian Expeditions in Central Asia, 352 ; Dr. Nansen's Glacial Periods, Former, Dr. James Croll, F.R.S., 441
Plan for a North Polar Expedition, 374 ; Sir Wm. McGregor's Glaciation of Valleys in the Kashmir Himalayas, Captain Stiffe,
Explorations in New Guinea, 374; a Trip through the 190
Eastern Caucasus, by the Hon. John Abercromby, 391 ; Glaisher (J. W. L., F.R.S.), the Method of Quarter Squares, 9
Further Explorations of Solomon Islands, C. M. Woodford, Glatzel (Dr.), New Mode of Preparing Manganese, 67
403 ; proposed Danish Exploration of Greenland, 403 ; Glimpses of Animal Life, W. Jones, 409
Geographical Society of Vienna, 403 ; Bartholomew's Library Globes, Hues's Treatise on the (1592), 459
Reference Atlas of the World, 413; Hues's Treatise on the Globular and other forms of Lightning, Reuben Phillips, 58
Globes (1592), 459; Limits of Ever-frozen Soil in Siberia, Glories, A. P. Coleman, 154
Yatchevsky, 472; Diminution in Population of Iceland, 473 ; Glossary of Anatomical, Physiological, and Biological Terms,
Climate of German Togoland, Dr. von Danckelmann, 545; T. Dunman, 173
Facsimile Atlas to the Early History of Cartography, by A. Glow of Phosphorus, Prof. T. E. Thorpe, F.R.S., 523
E. Nordenskiold, 558; Dr. Hans Meyer's Ascent of Kilima- Gold, Earth-currents and the Occurrence of, Geo. Sutherland,
Njaro, 572 ; Modigliani's Exploration of Nias Island, Prof. 464
Giglioli, 587; a Naturalist among the Head-hunters, C. M. Gold Exploration in British North Borneo, 182
Woodsord, 582

Gold in Suspension, Fungoid Growths in, 96
Geology: Indian Geological Survey, Death of E. J. Jones, 41; Goldscheider (Dr.), Sensitiveness of Articular Surfaces of Joints,
Geolog

Survey of India, 140; Formation of the Earth's 528
Crust, Le Conte, 46 ; Chemical and Physical Studies in the Goode (George Brown), Fishery Industries of the United States,
Metamorphism of Rocks, Rev. A. Irving, 49 ; the Murrum 178
bidgee Limestone, R. Etheridge, Jun., 67; an Elementary Gore (J. E.), Scenery of the Heavens, 391
Text-book of, by W. Jerome Harrison, Prof. A. H. Green, Göttingen Royal Society of Sciences, 600
F.R.S., 75 ; Dr. Hermann Burmeister on the Fossil Horses Graham (Robert H.), Newton in Perspective, 439
and other Mammals of Argentina, 82 ; Geological Society, Granada, Earthquake at, 161
94, 190, 238, 310, 333, 382, 502, 527, 550 ; Medals awarded Grant (J.), Influence of Different Oxides on Decomposition of
by the Geological Society, 301, Presidential Address at the Potassium Chlorides, 502
Geological Society, Dr. Blanford, F.R.S., 455 ; Physics of Grass, a Field laid down to Permanent, Sir J. B. Lawes,
the Sub-oceanic Crust, J. Starkie Gardner, 103; Geological F.R.S., 229
Excursion to the Active and Extinct Volcanoes of Southern Grasses, How to Know, by their Leaves, A. N. M'Alpine, Prof.
Italy, 133 ; Dr. W. Hind on the Geology of Suffolk, 149; on John Wrightson, 557
the Creation and Physical Structure of the Earth, by J. T. Grasses of the Southern Punjab, Illustrations of some of the,
Harrison, 151; Glaciation of Valleys in Kashmir Himalayas, being Photo-lithographs of some of the Principal Grasses
Captain Stiffe, 190 ; Geology of Witwatersrand Gold-fields, found at Hissar, William Coldstream, 533
Dr. H. Exton, 190 ; the South American Pampas Formation, Gravitation: the Constant of, C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 155 ; Re-
Herr Roth, 231; Occurrence of Girvanella Genus, and on sonance Method of measuring Constant of, J. Joly, 256
Oolitic Structure, E. Wethered, 238; Relation of Pebbly Gravitation, Velocity of the Propagation of, J. Van Hepperger,
Sands of Suffolk to those of Norfolk, Parts II. and III., Prof. 472
Joseph Prestwich, F.R.S., 238, 502 ; H. S. Williams on the Gray (Andrew), Absolute Measurements in Electricity and Mag-
Devonian System, 309 ; some British Jurassic Fish Remains, netism, 561
A. S. Woodward, 310 ; the Pebidian Volcanic Series of St. Gray (Dr. Asa), Scientific Papers of, W. Botting Hemsley,
David, Prof. C. L. Morgan, 311; Terraced Hill Slopes of F.R.S., 221
the Midlands, E. A. Walford, 325; Crystalline Schists and Greatheed (W.), Influenza, 270
their Relations to Mesozoic Rocks in Lepontine Alps, Prof. Greely (General), Bibliography of Meteorology, 303
T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 333; Geological Mechanism, by J. Green Vegetable Colouring-matter, a New, C. Michie Smith,
Spottiswoode Wilson, 390 ; Sedgwick and Murchison, Cam 573
brian and Silurian, Prof. James D. Dana, 421 ; Former Glacial Green (Prof. A. H., F.R.S.): an Elementary Text-book of
Periods, Dr. James Croll, F.R.S., 441 ; Mica in Mourne Geology, W. Jerome Harrison, 75
Mountain Granite Geodes, Prof. Sollas, F.R.S., 469; Geo- Green (J. R.), Germination of Castor-oil Plant Seed, 380
logische Uebersichtskarte der Alpen, Dr. Franz Noë's, Prof. Greene (W. T.), the Birds in my Garden, R. Bowdler Sharpe,
T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 483 ; a Geological Map of the Alpine 169
Chain, Prof. T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 483 ; a Deep Channel of Greenhill (Prof. A. G., F.R.S.): the Parallelogram of Forces,
Drift in the Valley of the Cam, Essex, w. Whitaker, 527; 298 ; Foot-pounds, 317; the Life and Work of G. A. Hirn,
Geology of the Quicksilver Deposits of the Pacific Slope, G. 323; the Elastical Researches of Barré de Saint-Venant,
F. Becker, 532; certain Devonian Plants from Scotland, Sir 458; Bourdon's Pressure Gauge, 517
J. W. Dawson, F.R.S., 537 ; Composite Spherulites in Ob- Greenish Meteor, a, T. D. A. Cockerell, 369
sidian from Hot Springs near Little Lake, California, Frank Greenland, is it our Arctic Ice Cap?, S. E. Peal, 58
Rutley, 551; Magnetic Surveys of Special Districts in the Greenland, the Proposed Danish Expedition to the East Coast
British Isles, Profs. A. W. Rucker, F.R.S., and T. E. Thorpe, of, 403, 545
F.R.S., 598

Greenwich Observatory, 305 ; Meteorological Observations for
Geometry : How not to Teach Geometry, Herbert J. Woodall, 1887 at, 570

60 ; Geometrical Teaching, 80; Association for the Improve- Gregory (W. G.): a New Electric Radiation Meter, 47 ; a
ment of Geometrical Teaching, 207 ; Oxford “Pass " Geo Method of Driving Tuning-forks Electrically, 47
metry, 467

Grensted (Rev. Fred. F.), Protective Coloration of Eggs, 53
Geophilus maritimus, Edward Parfitt, 153

Griffiths (Dr. A. B.), Manures and their Uses, 222, 272
German Chemical Society, 468

Grombchevsky (Colonel), in Central Asia, 352
German Contributions to Ethnology, 433

Ground-movements, Periodic, Plantamour, 373
Germany, Zoogeography, Wolves, &c., in, Dr. Lampert, 182 Groves (Chas. E., F.R.S.), Systems of “Russian Translitera-
Germination, Retarded, 31

tion,” 534
Gernez (D.), Malic Acid and its Compounds, 94

Growth of Capital, Robert Giffen, 553
Giard (Prof.), Discovery of Micro-organism conferring Phos. Guillaume (Ch. Ed.), Traité pratique de la Thermométrie de
phorescence on Crustaceans, 137

précision, Dr. Edmund J. Mills, F.R.S., 100
Gibb (Thomas), Text-book of Assaying, C. Beringer and J. J. Guillemard (Dr. F. H. 6.), a Naturalist in North Celebes,
Beringer, 245

Sydney Hickson, 457

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