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ABBE (PROF. ERNST), Death of, 278; Obituary Notice of,

301 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 D 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,

Ļ 383
Abrahams (B.), a German-English Dictionary of Terms

used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences, 533 Accumulator, the Theory of the Lead, F. Dolezalek, i Acoustics : Experiment for showing the Pressure due to

Sound Waves, Prof. R. W. Wood, 280; the Basic Law 7

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; Sub

marine Signalling by Sound, J. B. Millet, 595 Acquired Characteristics, Inheritance of, D. E. Hutchins,

83 Actinium, a New Radio-active Product from, Dr. T. God

lewski, 294 Adams (G. 1.), 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 Aëronautics : Kite Observations on the Lake of Constance,

Dr. H. Hergesell, 87; Scientific Experiments in Italy with Unmanned Balloons, Dr. L. Palazzo, 113; the Airship 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. SantosDumont, 447: Progress in Aërial Navigation, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 463 ; Preliminary 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 Analo (F. G.), the Sea-fishing Industry of England and

Wales, 153 ; Fishing at Night, 221
Africa : Variations of Level of Lake Victoria Nyanza,

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,


Up, 437

354; Observations on Comets, 449; Discovery of Jupiter's Andersson (Dr. Joh. Gunnar), Antarctica, or Two Years Sixth Satellite, 494 ; Orbit of the Binary Star Ceti 82, amongst the Ice of the South Pole, 560 519; Comet 1905 a (Giacobini), 544

Andromedids, Shower of, from Biela's Comet (?), W. F. Albrecht (Prof. Th.), Discussion of Central European Denning, 139 Longitudes, 424

Anglicus (Bartholomew), Mediæval Lore from Robert Albuminoide, Studien über die, mit besonderer Berück

Steele, 559 sichtigung des Spongen und der Keratine, Dr. Eduard

Anglo-Saxon Institutions, Studies on, H. M. Chadwick, 385 Strauss, 174

Animal Life, J. R. A. Davis, 369 d'Albuquerque (Prof.), Sugar Cane Cultivation in Barba- Animal Photography, 483 does, 304

Animals : Intelligence in Animals, J. E. A. T., 102; F. C. Alcock (Major A., F.R.S.), a Large Indian Sea-perch, 415 Constable, 102; Rev. Joseph Meehan, 176; T. S. PatterAlcohol in Industry, 584

son, 201; F. J. Allen, 222; the Animals of New Zealand : Alexander (T.), Graphic Statics, 507

an Account of the Colony's Air-breathing Vertebrates, Alexander (Dr. w.), Absence or Marked Diminution of F. W. Hutton and J. Drummond, 199; Superstitions Free Hydrochloric Acid in the Gastric Contents in

about Animals, Frank Gibson, 510; Variation in Animals Malignant Disease of Organs other than the Stomach, and Plants, H. M. Vernon, 243 596

Annandale (N.), the Lizards of the Andamans, 288; an Algæ, a Treatise on the British Fresh-water, Prof. G. S. Aquatic Glow-worm in India, 288 West, 194

Année Technique, l', A. Da Cunha, i Algebra : Elementary Algebra, W. M. Baker and A. A. | Anniversary Meeting of the Royal Society, Medal Awards, Bourne, 507; the Algebra of Invariants, J. H. Grace

105 and A. Young, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 601

Annuaire du Bureau des Longitudes, the, 234 Algen, Morphologie und Biologie der, Dr. Friedrich Olt. Antarctica : the National Antarctic Expedition, Captain manns, George Murray, F.R.S., 362

Scott, 41; Meteorological Results of the National Algol Type, a Probable Variable of the, J. E. Gore, 55 Antarctic Expedition, W. Krebs, 131; Geographical Algué (Rev. José, S.J.), the Cyclones of the Far East, 198 Results of the National Antarctic Expedition, Captain Alippi (Prof.), Device for Overcoming the Tendency to R. F. Scott, 421; Antarctica, or Two Years amongst the

Adherence in the Electric Contacts of Delicate Seismo- Ice of the South Pole, Dr. N. Otto G. Nordenskjöld and scopes, 309; Mist-poeffers, 309

Dr. Joh. Gunnar Andersson, 560; the Limit of an Alkali Metals, Arc Spectra of the, F. A. Saunders, 133 Antarctic Phytogeographical Zone, C. Skottsberg, 326; Allan (Dr. G. E.), on a Property of Lenses, 47

Résultats du Voyage du S.Y. Belgica en 1897, 1898, Allbutt (Prof. T. Clifford, F.R.S.), the Question of Diet 1899, sous le Commandemant de A. de Gerlache de

in Physical Education, it; Blood Pressures in Man, Gomery, 337 ; the Second Antarctic Voyage of the Scotia, 375

J. H. Harvey Pirie and R. N. Rudmose Brown, 425; Allcock (C. H.), Theoretical Geometry for Beginners, 75 Meteorological Conditions of the Antarctic, Discovery Allen (A. Taylor), New Streets, Laying Out and Making Expedition, C. W. R. Royds, 568

Anthropogenie oder Entwickelungsgeschichte des Menschen, Allen (Dr. F. J.), the Origin of Life, 54; Blue-stained Keimes- und Stammes-geschichte, Ernst Haeckel, 265 Flints, 83 ; Intelligence of Animals, 222

Anthropoid Apes, Craniology of Man and the, A. T. Allen (Dr. G. M.), the “ Spout” of Whales, 38

Mundy, 125; N. C. Macnamara, 125 Allen (H. S.), Radio-active Water and Mud, 543

Anthropology: Anthropological Institute, 21, 165, 430, Alloy, Mass Analysis of Muntz's Metal by Electrolysis 478, 527, 598; the Racial Elements in the Present Popu

and the Electric Properties of this, J. G. A. Rhodin, 381 lation of Europe, Huxley Memorial Lecture, Dr. J. Alternating Variability of Martian Canals, Mr. Lowell, 494 Deniker at Anthropological Institute, 21; Obituary Alvord (Major Henry F.), Death of, 181

Notice of Prof. Giustiniano Nicolucci, 39; AnthropoAmann (M.), Secondary Shadow on the Rings of Saturn, logical Notes, 68, 452 ; North Queensland Ethnography, 359 ; Secondary Shadow on Saturn's Rings, 401

the Manufacture of Stone Implements, Dr. Walter E. Ambronn (Prof.), Observations of Comets 1904 d and Roth, 68; Recent Archæological Discoveries in Crete, 1904 e, 281

Proposed Chronology of Cretan Civilisation, S. Reinach, America : the Land and Sea Mammals of Middle America 69; the Practical Value of Anthropology, Sir Richard

and the West Indies, D. G. Elliot, 212; American Temple, 130; Magic Origin of Moorish Designs, Dr. Cytology, 218; an American Text-book of Geology, Ed. Westermarck, 165; Difficulties of the Ethnographic Thomas C. Chamberlin and Rollin D. Salisbury, _267; Survey in the Mysore, E. Thurston, 182 ; the People of Destructive Floods in the United States in 1903, E. C. the North-east of Scotland, 186; the Native Tribes of Murphy, 308; American Hydroids, Part ii., Sertularidæ, South-east Australia, A. W. Howitt, A. Ernest Crawley. C. C. Nutting, 331; Folk-tales of Plains Indians, Dr. 225; Group Marriage, with Especial Reference to G. A. Dorsey and Dr. A. L. Kroeber, 417; P. E. Australia, N. W. Thomas, 478; Folk-tales of Plains Goddard, 418; the Magnetic Survey of the United States, Indians, Dr. G. A. Dorsey and Dr. A. L. Kroeber, 417; 449 ; the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 519

P. E. Goddard, 418; Death of Prof. Adolf Bastian, 421; Ampferer (Dr.), Examination of the Terraces along the Dog-motive in Bornean Design, E. B. Haddon, 430 ; Valley of Inn, 236

Morphology and Anthropology, W. L. H. Duckworth, Anästhesia, Conditions which Determine the Penetration 433 ; Studies from the Anthropological Laboratory, the of Chloroform into Blood during, J. Tissot, 480

Anatomy School, Cambridge, W. L. H. Duckworth, Anästhesia, Physical Chemistry of, Prof. Moore and Mr. 433; Indian Culture in California, A. L. Kroeber, 452 ;

Hair Follicles of Negroes, Dr. A. Bloch and Dr. P. Analysis, Chemical, for Beginners, F. Southerden, 54

Vigier, 452 ; Stone Implements in Darjeeling District, Anatomy: the Anatomy of Corals, Prof. Sydney J. Hick- E. H. c. Walsh, 453 ; “ Negroid " Characters in Euro

son, F.R.S., 18; a Treatise on Applied Anatomy, Edward pean Skulls, Prof. Manouvrier, 453 ; Comparative Study H. Taylor, Dr. A. Keith, 145; the Human Sternum, of the Skeletal Variations of the Foot in Primates and Andrew Melville Patterson, Dr. A. Keith, 145; Der in Man, Th. Volkov, 453 ; a Great Oxford Discovery, Gang des Menschen, Otto Fischer, Dr. A. Keith, 145; Prof. Karl Pearson, F.R.S., 510; the Ancient Races of the People of the North-east of Scotland, 186; Obituary the Thebaid, Prof. Arthur Thomson, 583; Prof. Karl Notice of Prof. G. B. Howes, F.R.S., 419; Studies from Pearson, F.R.S., 583 ; the Maoris of North New Zealand, the Anthropological Laboratory, the Anatomy School, Prof. J. Macmillan Brown, 565 Cambridge, W. L. H. Duckworth, 433

Anticipations, H. G. Wells, 193 Anceaux (Émile), Planetary Tides in the Solar Atmosphere, Anticyclones, Inversions of Temperature and Humidity in, 424

Dr. A. Lawrence Rotch, 510 Anderson (Dr. Tempest), Recent Changes in the Crater of Ants : Ants and some other Insects, an Inquiry into the Stromboli, 593

Psychic Powers of these Animals, Dr. August Forel, Anderson (W. C.), the Formation of Magnesia from Mag- Prof. William Morton Wheeler, 29; the Lubbock Formi. nesium Carbonate by Heat, 358

carium, 181

Roaf, 499

: 3, 195

Apes, Craniology of Man and the Anthropoid, A. T.

Mundy, 125: N. C. Macnamara, 125
o Aquilæ, New Variable Stars in the Region about, Prof.

Wolf, 519
Arachnidæ : a Note on the Coloration of Spiders, Oswald

H. Latter, o
Arber (E. A. Newell), Palæozoic Seed Plants, 68;

Sporangium-like Organs of Glossopteris Browniana, 382
Arc Spectra of the Alkali Metals, F. A. Saunders, 133
Arc Spectra, the Appearance of Spark Lines in, Dr. Henry

Crew, 159
Archæology: Recent Archæological Discoveries in Crete,

Proposed Chronology of Cretan Civilisation, S. Reinach,
69:Find" of Royal Statues at Thebes, G. Legrain,
126 ; on an Ossiferous Cave of Pleistocene Age at Hoe
Grange Quarry, Longeliffe, near Brassington (Derbyshire),
H. H. Arnold Bemrose and E. T. Newton, F.R.S., 165,
488; Herculaneum and the Proposed International Ex-
cavation, Dr. Charles Waldstein, 182; Worked Flints
Discovered at Culmore, 208; Records of the Reign of
Tukulti-Ninib I., King of Assyria about B.c. 1275, L. W.
King, F.S.A., 222 ; Types of Stone Implements found in
Taaibosch Spruit, J. P. Johnson, 236; Notes on Stone-
henge, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., 297, 345,
367, 391, 535; Question of Free Access to Stonehenge,
613; the Tombs of Minoan Knossos, A. J. Evans, 303 ;
Man and the Mammoth at the Quaternary Period in the
Soil of the Rue de Rennes, M. Capitan, 312 ; Remains
of the Prehistoric Age in England, Bertram C. A.
Windle, F.R.S., 322 ; Exploration at the Ancient British
Lake Village at Glastonbury, Prebendary Grant, 422 ;
Archæological Researches in Costa Rica, C. V. Hart-
man, Colonel George Earl Church, 461; Stone Imple-
ments in Darjeeling District, E. H. c. Walsh, 453 ;
Phaistos and Hagia Triada, Crete, 465; Discovery at
Boiron of a Tomb of the Bronze Age, F. A. Forel, 493 ;
North African Petroglyphs, E. F. Gautier, 570;
Stanton Drew, A. L. Lewis, 584 ; the Fort and Stone-
lined Pits at Inyanga Contrasted with the Great Zim-
babwe, R. N. Hall, 598 ; Neolithic Dewponds and Cattle-

ways, A. J. Hubbard and G. Hubbard, 61
Archebiosis and Heterogenesis, Dr. H. Charlton Bastian,

F.R.S., 30
Archer (Mr.), the Salmon Fisheries of England and Wales,
Architects, the Institution of Naval, 594
Arctica : Fate of Baron Toll's Expedition, 467; State of

the Ice in the Arctic Seas during 1904, 567
Argon, the Discovery of, Prof. G. H. Darwin, F.R.S.,

83; the Translator, 102
Ariès (E.), la Statique chimique basée sur les deux Prin-

cipes fondamentaux de la Thermodynamique, 247
Arithmetic : New School Arithmetic, Charles Pendlebury

and F. E. Robinson, 75 ; New School Examples in Arith-
metic, Charles Pendlebury and F. E. Robinson, 75;

Clive's Shilling Arithmetic, 507
Arkansas, Zinc and Lead Deposits of Northern, G. I.

Adams, 450
Arnett (B.), the Elements of Geometry, Theoretical and

Practical, 507
Arnold (Prof. J. 0.). on the Occurrence of Widmann-

státten's Figures in Steel Castings, 32; Report of the
Commission appointed by Clifford Sifton, Minister of
the Interior, Ottawa, Canada, investigate the
Different Electrothermic Processes for the smelting of

Iron Ores and the making of Steel in Europe, 258
Arnold (Robert Brandon), Scientific Fact and Metaphysical

Reality, 485
Arnold-Bemrose (H. H.), an Ossiferous Pleistocene Cavern

at Hoe Grange Quarry, 165, 488
Arris and Gale Lectures on the Neurology of Vision, J.

Herbert Parsons, 340
Artificial Production of Rubies by Fusion, A. Verneuil,

Artom (Alessandro), Wireless Telegraphy with Circular

Waves, 517
Ascensions of 2120 Southern Stars, Right, Prof. W.

Doberck, 545
Asia, the Species of Dalbergia of South-Eastern, Dr. D.

Prain, 363
Asiatic Society of Bengal, 288, 336, 551

Assyriology: Records of the Reign of Tukulti-Ninib I.,

King of Assyria about B.C. 1275, L. W. King, F.S.A., 222
Astronomy : Our Astronomical Column, 16, 39, 63, 89, 114,

133, 158, 185, 211, 233, 256, 281, 306, 328, 353, 374, 400,
424, 449, 469, 494, 518, 544, 569, 592, 617; Astronomical
Occurrences in November, 16; in December, 114; in
January, 1905, 211; in February, 328; in March, 424; in
April, 518; in May, 617; Encke's Comet 1904 b, M.
Kaminsky, 16, 114; Prof. Max Wolf, 63, 89; Prof.
Millosevich, 89, 114; Prof. E. Hartwig, 89; Herr Mos-
chick, 114; Dr. Smart, 114; Herr van d Bilt, 185;
Brightness of Encke's Comet, J. Holetschek, 469; Simul-
taneous Occurrence of Solar and Magnetic Disturbances,
A. Nippoldt, 16; the Third Band of the Air Spectrum,
H. Deslandres and A. Kannapell, 17; the Coming Shower
of Leonids, W. F. Denning, 30; John R. Henry, 30;
Observations of the Leonid Meteors, 1904, W. H. Mil-
ligan, 83; Alphonso King, 102 ; John R. Henry, 126;
Mr. Denning, 353 ; Observations of Leonids at Harvard,
1904, 233 ; on the Occurrence of Widmannstätten's
Figures in Steel Castings, Prof. J. O. Arnold and A.
McWilliam, 32; Death of Dr. Frank McClean, F.R.S.,
36; Obituary Notice of, 58; Apparatus for Measuring the
Velocity of the Earth's Rotation, Prof. A. Föppl, 39;
the Perseid Shower, A. King, 40; Observations of
Perseids, M. Chrétien, 89; M. Perrotin, 89; G. A.
Quignon, 89; Prof. S. Zammarchi, 133 ; V. Fournier,
Ã. Chaudot, and G. Fournier, 167; the Dumb-Bell
Nebula, Louis Rabourdin, 40; Harvard College Ob-
servatory : Plan for the Endowment of Astronomical Re-
search, Prof. E. C. Pickering, 40; the Rotation of
Venus, P. Lowell, 47; the Rotation of Mars, P. Lowell,
47 ; Longitude Observations of Points on Mars, Mr.
Lowell, 449; Forthcoming Opposition of Mars, R. Bu-
chanan, 494 ; Reality of Various Features on Mars, V.
Cerulli, 592 ; Changes on Mars, Mr. Lowell, 618; Mr.
Lampland, 618; Prof. W. H. Pickering, 618; Seasonal
Development of Martian Canals, Mr. Lowell, 282; the
Alternating Variability of, Mr. Lowell, 494 ; a Probable
Variable of the Algol Type, J. E. Gore, 55 ; Deslandres's
Formula for the Lines in the Oxygen Band Series, Prof.
Deslandres, 63 ; Annual Report of the Cape Observatory,
Sir David Gill, 63; the Transition from Primary to
Secondary Spectra, P. G. Nutting, 63 ; the Temperature
of Meteorites, H. E. Wimperis, 81; Heights of Meteors,
Mr. Denning, 89; the Photographic Spectrum of Jupiter,
G. Millochau, 89; the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, Mr.
Denning and Rev. T. E. Phillips, 211; Stanley Williams,
211; Changes on the Surface of Jupiter, Prof. G. W.
Hough, 306; Discovery of a Sixth Satellite to Jupiter,
Prof. Perrine, 256, 282; the Reported Sixth Satellite of
Jupiter, Prof. Wolf, 306; Jupiter's Sixth Satellite, Prof.
Perrine, 329; Prof. C. A. Young, 364; Profs. Perrine and
Aitken, 494 ; Visual Observations of, Mr. Hammond, 569;
Reported Discovery of a Seventh Satellite to Jupiter, 424;
Jupiter's Seventh Satellite, Prof. Campbell, 449 ; Prof.
Perrine, 449 ; Rotation of Jupiter's Satellites I. and II.,
Dr. P. Guthnick, 469; the November Meteors of 1904,
W. F. Denning, 93 ; Variations on the Moon's Surface,
Prof. W. H. Pickering, 114; a Possible Explanation of
the Formation of the Moon, George Romanes, 143 ;
Changes Upon the Moon's Surface, Prof. William H.
Pickering, 226; Origin of Lunar Formation, G. Romanes,
256; Dr. Johnston-Lavis, 256; Dr. G. K. Gilbert, 256 ;
Geology of the Moon, Sir Arch. Geikie, F.R.S., 348;
Observations of the Recent Eclipse of the Moon, M.
Puiseux, 518; Celestial Photography at High Altitudes,
Prof. Payne and Dr. H. C. Wilson, 114; Distribution of
Stellar Spectra, Mrs. Fleming, 115; Absorption by Water
Vapour in the Infra-red Solar Spectrum, F. E. Fowle,
jun., 115: Royal Astronomical Society, 118, 190, 311,
502, 622 ; Magnetic Disturbances, 1882 to 1903, and their
Association with Sun-spots, E. W. Maunder, 118; Re-
discovery of Tempel's Second Comet, M. Gavelle, 133 ;
J. Coniel, 133 ; Tempel's Comet (1904 c), M. St. Javelle,
185; M. Coniel, 185; Ephemeris for, J. Coniel, 282 ;
Search-Ephemeris for Tempel's First Periodic Comet
(1867 II.), A. Gautier, 545; Parallax of a Low Meteor,
P. Götz, 133; Date of the Most Recent Sun-spot Mini-
Inum, E. Tringali, 133 ; Sun-spot Spectra, Father Cortie,
158; Magnetic Storms and Associated Sun-spots, Rev.




A. L. Cortie, 311; Prof. Schuster, 311; the Large Solar Meteor, J. Ryan, 329; Improvements in Equatorial
Spot of February, 1905, Th. Moureux, 431; Nature of Telescope Mountings, Sir Howard Grubb, F.R.S., 334 ;
Sun-spots, Th. Moreux, 592 ; Relations between Solar Temperature of Certain Stars, W. E. Wilson, 334 ;
and Terrestrial Phenomena, H. I. Jensen, 158; the Sun's Résultats du Voyage du S. Y. Belgica en 1897, 1898,
Rotation, Prof. N. C. Dunér, 401; Solar Radiation and 1899, sous le Commandemant de A. de Gerlache de
its possible Variability, 494 ; Instructions to Solar Ob- Gomery, 337 ; Spec of g Cygni, a Canis Minoris and
servers, 592 ; Photography of the Solar Corona at the € Leonis, E. Haschek and K. Kostersitz, 354 ; Systematic
Summit of Mont Blanc, A. Hansky, 527; the Orbit of Survey of Double Stars, Prof. R. G. Aitken, 354 ; Report
Sirius, Prof. Doberck, 133 ; Variable Radial Velocity of of the Yale Observatory, 1900-4, Dr. Elkin, 354 ;
Sirius, Prof. Campbell, 494 ; Harvard Observations of Secondary Shadow on the Rings of Saturn, M. Amann
Variable Stars, Prof. E. C. Pickering, 133; Correction and Cl. Rozet, 359, 401; Observations of Saturn's Satel-
of the Longer Term in the Polar Motion, Mr. Kimura, ites, Prof. Hussey, 449 ; a Lunar Rainbow, J. McCrae,
133 ; Arc Spectra of the Alkali Metals, F. A. Saunders, 366 ; Death of F. J. P. Folie, 371; Ephemeris for
133; _Shower of Andromedids from Biela's Comet (?), Brooks's Comet 1904 I., 374; Observations of Comets,
W. F. Denning, 139; Characteristics of Nova Auriga M. Quenisset, 374 ; Dr. R. G. Aitken, 449 ; Mr. Maddrill,
(1892) and Nova Persei (1902), Dr. J. Halm, 142 ; the 449 ; Castor a Quadruple Star, Prof. Campbell, 375; the
Eleventh Eros Circular, Prof. H. H. Turner, F.R.S., Approaching Total Solar Eclipse of August 30, Dr.
154; Eclipse Observations, Prof. Kobold, 159; C. W. William J. S. Lockyer, 393 ; Observations of the Zodiacal
Wirtz, 159; the Appearance of Spark Lines in Arc Light, A. Hansky, 401; Permanent Numbers for the
Spectra, Dr. Henry Crew, 159; the Royal Astronomical Minor Planets discovered during 1904, 401; Astronomical
Society of Canada, 159 ; Discovery of a New Comet Discovery, Herbert Hall Turner, F.R.S., 410; Planetary
(1904 d), M. Giacobini, 185; Comet 1904 d (Giacobini), Tides in the Solar Atmosphere, Emile Anceaux, 424; the
233 ; M. Ebell, 256; Elements and Ephemeris of, M. Bruce Photographic Telescope, Prof. Barnard, 424 ;
Ebell, 211; M. Giacobini, 211; Observations of Comet Physical Conditions of the Planets, Prof. T. J. J. See,
1904 d, Prof. Hartwig, 281; Prof. Nijland, 281; Prof. 424; Discussion of Central European Longitudes, Prof.
Ambronn, 281; M. Borrelly, 281; M. Ebell, 281; Th. Albrecht, 424; a Popular Guide to the Heavens, Sir
Ephemeris for, M. Ebell, 353 ; Herr Pechüle, 353 ; Robert S. Ball, F.R.S., 437; the Government Observa-
Observations of Occultations by Planets, Dr. T. J. J. tory at Victoria, P. Baracchi, 449 ; Bright Meteors, R. L.
See, 185; Relative Drift of the Hyades Stars, Dr. Down- Jones, 449 ; Application of the Iris Diaphragm in Astro-
ing, F.R.S., 185; Designations of the Variable Stars nomy, M. Salet, 455; the Iris Diaphragm in Astronomy,
discovered during 1904, 185; the Companion to the M. Salet, 545; the Planet Fortuna, W. T., 461, 511;
Observatory, 186;
very Sensitive Method of

W. E. P., 461; Spencer Pickering, F.R.S., 486;
determining the Irregularities of a Pivot, Dr. Rambaut, Structure of the Corona, Dr. Ch. Nordmann, 469 ;
190 ; Dark Nebulosities, W. S. Franks, 190 ; Studies in Radiant Point of the Bielid Meteors, K. Bohlin, 469 ;
Astronomy, J. Ellard Gore, 199; Radiation Pressure,

January Fireballs, Mr. Denning, 469; Orbits of Minor
Prof. J. H. Poynting, F.R.S., 200; Observations of Planets, Prof. J. Bauschinger, 469; Popular Star Maps,
Bright Meteors, Dr. J. Möller, 211; Report of the United Comte de Miremont, 484; Galileo's Tower, 492 ; Constant
States Naval Observatory, Rear-Admiral Chester, 211; Errors in Meridian Observations, J. G. Porter, 495 ;
Another New Comet (1904 e), ‘M. Borrelly, 233 ; Dr. Further Researches on the Temperature Classification of
Cohn, 233; Elements and Ephemeris for Comet 1904 e, Stars, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., 501 ; the
Dr. Elis Strömgren, 256; Observations of, Prof. Hartwig, Spectroheliograph of the Solar Physics Observatory, Dr.
281 ; Prof. Nijland, 281; Prof. Ambronn, 281; M. Bor- W. J. S. Lockyer, 502 ; New Theory to Account for the
relly, 281; M. Ebell, 281 ; Observations on the Borrelly Duplication of Lines in the Spectra of Variable Stars,
Comet (December 28,_1904), G. Rayet, 287; Elliptical Prof. Garbasso, 516; Discovery of a New Comet, 1905 a,
Character of the New Borrelly Comet (e 1904), G. Fayet, M. Giacobini, 518; Comet 1905 a (Giacobini), Prof.
335; Ephemeris for Comet 1904 e, M. Ebell, 329; Dr. Aitken, 544 ; Dr. Strömgren, 569: Prof. Hartwig, 569 ;
E. Strömgren, 353, 400; Orbit of, M. Fayet, 353 ; Re- G. Bigourdan, 575; Elements and Ephemeris for, General
vised Elements for, M. Fayet, 400 ; Comet 1904 e (Bor- Bassot, 617; Dr. Palisa, 618; New Variable Stars in the
relly), Dr. E. Strömgren, 518; Light-Curve of 8 Cephei, Region about 8 Aquilæ, Prof. Wolf, 519; Orbit of the
Dr. B. Meyerman, 234; Structure of the Third Cyanogen Binary Star Ceti 82, Prof. Aitken, 519; Radial Velo-
Band, Franz Jungbluth, 234 ; New Refraction Tables, Dr. cities of Certain Stars, Prof. Campbell and Dr. H. D.
L. de Ball, 234; the Annuaire du Bureau des Longi. Curtis, 519; Star Places in the Vulpecula Cluster, Dr.
tudes, 234; Eclipse Results and Problems, M. le Comte H. Meyer, 519; Death of Prof. Pietro Tacchini, 540 ;
de la Baume Pluvinel, 234 ; Bibliography of Contemporary Obituary Notice of, 564; the late Prof. Tacchini, Prof.
Astronomical Works, Prof. Ernest Lebon, 234; the R. Meldola, F.R.S., 583; Photography of the Corona
Mathematical Theory of Eclipses according to Chau- without a Total Eclipse, A. Hansky, 544; Right As-
venet's Transformation of Bessel's Method, Roberdeau censions of 2120 Southern Stars, Prof. W. Doberck, 545;
Buchanan, 244; Colours of Stars in the Southern Hemi- Constancy of Spark Wave-lengths, G. W. Middlekauft,
sphere, Dr. J. Möller, 256; the Heavens at a Glance, 545; the Physical Cause of the Earth's Rigidity, Prof.
256; Astronomical “ Annuario ” of the Turin Observa- T. J. J. See, 559; the Lyrid Meteors, John R. Henry,
tory, 256; Death of Paul Henry, 278; Obituary Notice 560 ; Variability of a Minor Planet, Prof. Wendell, 569;
of, 302 ; Variable Stars and Nebulous Areas in Scorpio, Real Path of a Bright Meteor, H. Rosenberg, 569; a
Miss H. S. Leavitt, 282; Report of the Natal Observa- New 24-inch Reflector at Harvard, Prof. E. Č. Picker-
tory, E. Nevill, 282 ; the Jesuit Observatory at Belen, ing, 569; Stars with Variable Radial Velocities, 569;
Havana, 282; the Isochronism of the Pendulum in the Stonyhurst College Observatory, Father Sidgreaves, 592 ;
Astronomical Clock, Ch. Féry, 288; Fireside Astronomy, Stanton Drew, A. L. Lewis, 584; Astrophysical Work at
D. W. Horner, 292 ; Recently Observed Satellites, Sir the Smithsonian Institution, C. G. Abbot, 592 ; Value of
Oliver Lodge, F.R.S., 295 ; Prof. W. H. Pickering, 390 ; the Astronomical Refraction Constant, L. Courvoisier,
Notes on Stonehenge, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., 592 ; a Little Known Property of the Gyroscope, Prof.
F.R.S., 297, 345, 367, 391, 535.; Periodical Comets due William H. Pickering, 608; Protography of Planetary
to Return in 1905, W. T. Lynn, 306 ; Additional Periodical Nebulæ, W. S. Franks, 618; Radial Velocities of
Comets due this Year, Mr. Denning, 374 ; Stars having “ Standard-Velocity Stars,” Prof. Belopolsky, 618; Mag-
Peculiar Spectra, Mrs. Fleming, 306; Real Paths, nitude Equation in the Right Ascensions of the Eros
Heights, and Velocities of Leonids, Mr. Denning, 306; Stars, Prof. R. H. Tucker, 618
New Method for Measuring Radial-Velocity Spectro Astruc (A.), the Glycerophosphates of Piperazine, 504
grams, Prof. J. Hartmann, 306; the Eclipse of Aga- Atlas of Microscopical Petrography, Twentieth Century, 341
thocles in the year – 309, Prof. Newcomb, 311; Death | Atmosphere, the Absorption of Light by the, Dr. A.
and Obituary Notice of E. Crossley, 325; Solar Eclipse Bemporod, 402
Problems, Prof. Perrine, 329; the Conditions in the Atmosphere, the Circulation of the, James Thomson, 365
Solar Atmosphere during 1900–1, N. Donitch, 329 ; Tri- Atmosphere, the Conditions in the Solar, during 1900-1,
angulation of the Pleiades Stars, Dr. Elkin, 329; a Bright N. Donitch, 329

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