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Harker, 414; Vesuvius in 1889, Prof. Palmieri, 18; Geo Wharton (Captain W. J. L., F.R.S.): Notes on a Recent Vol.
Experiments on, in Italy, Prof. Giglioli, 404
Whitaker (W.), a Deep Channel of Drift in the Valley of the
Cam, Essex, 527
White William), British Earthquakes, 202
Whitham Jay M.), Steam-Engine Design, 29.
Cyclone of September 11-12, 1889, in Japan, 208; Meteoro- Willem (Victor), the Gizzard in Scolopendridæ, 237
Williams (F. N.): Enumeratio Specierum Varietatumque
Explosions in Mines in Relationship to Cosmic and Meteoro Europe, 78
Williams (R. P.) and B. P. Lascelles, Introduction to Chemical
Plants of Coal-Measures, 573
Wilson William), Practical Observations on Agricultural Grasses
Wilson (Woodrow), the State, Elements of Historical and Prac-
Wilson-Barker (Captain David), Foreign Substances attached
Wimshurst Machine and Hertz's Vibrator, T. A. Garrett and
W. Lucas, 515
Wind at Summit of Eiffel Tower, Mean Hourly Velocity of,
A. Angot, 67
Winds, Dependence of Force of, upon Surface over which they
blow, Dr. Van Bebber, 372
, Physical Properties of, Prof. P. G. Tait, 416 ; Prof. William Ellis, 586
Winlock (Prof.), Progress of Astronomy in 1886, 374
Wolves and Bears in Bosnia, 325
Wood (Rev. J. G.), the Brook and its Banks, 53; the Zoo, 53
Woodford (C. M.): Further Explorations of Solomon Islands,
403 ; a Naturalist among the Head-hunters, 582
Woodthorpe (Colonel), the Aka Expedition of 1883, 86
Woodward (A. S.), some British Jurassic Fish-remains, 310
World, Library Reference Atlas of the, John Bartholomew, 413
Worthington (Prof. A. M.), Bourdon's Pressure-Gauge, 296, 517
Wright (M. R.), Elementary Physics, 78
Wrightson (Prof. John): Sources of Nitrogen in Soils, 286;
How to know Grasses by their Leaves, by A. N. M'Alpine,
Wynne (W. P.), Constitution of Tri-derivatives of Naphthalene,
Yatchevsky (M.), Limits of Ever-frozen Soil in Siberia, 472
Young (Arthur), Travels in France, 294
Young (Dr. Sydney), Exact Thermometry, 152, 271, 488
Yule (Sir Henry), Death of, 207
Zeiss's New Apochromatic Microscope Objective, 494
Zelbr (Dr.), Comet Swift (f 1889, November 17), 115, 233
Zodiacal Light, Maxwell Hall on the Spectrum of the, 351, 402
Zoo, the, Rev. J. G. Wood, 53
Zoogeography: Wolves, &c., in Germany, Dr. Lampert, 182
Zoological Discoveries, N. M. Przewalsky's, 468
Zoological Floating Station at Isefiord, Denmark, 569
Rat in Cornwall, Thos. Cornish, 161; Snake and Fish, Herr
210, 232, 256, 284, 304, 326, 349, 402, 449, 472, 496, 521, Internal Capsules of Bonnet Monkey, Beevor and Horsley,
166; Heloderma suspectum, the Poisonous Lizard of South-
a Milk Dentition in Orycteropus, O. Thomas, 309; the Cata-
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