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Pendulum at Birmingham, Dr. Davison, 589; Earth-
quakes at Perth, Western Australia, W. E. Cooke, 613;

Earthquake in North England, 614
East, a Doctor's View of the, 553
East Coast Naturalist, Notes of an, Arthur H. Patterson, 4
Easter in 1905, the Date of, Dr. A. M. W. Downing,

F.R.S., 201
Ebell (M.). Comet 1904 d (Giacobini), 256 ; Elements and

Ephemeris of, 211; Observations of, 281; Ephemeris for,

353; Ephemeris for Comet 1904 e, 281, 329
Eclipses : Eclipse Observations, Prof. Kobold, 159 ; C. W.

Wirtz, 159 ; Eclipse Results and Problems, M. le Comte
de la Baume Pluvinel, 234; Solar Eclipse Problems, Prof.
Perrine, 329; the Mathematical Theory of Eclipses ac-
cording to Chauvenet's Transformation of Bessel's
Method, Roberdeau Buchanan, 244: the Approaching
Total Solar Eclipse of August 30, Dr. William J. S.
Lockyer, 393 ; Observations of the Recent Eclipse of the
Moon, M. Puiseux, 518; Photography of the Corona

without a Total Eclipse, A. Hansky, 544
Economic Resources of the North Black Hills, J. D. Irving

and S. F. Emmons, 450 ; T. A. Jaggar, jun., 450
Economic Zoology, Second Report on, British Museum

(Natural History), Fred V. Theobald, 272
Edgar (E. C.), Direct Determination of the Atomic Weight

of Chlorine, 431
Edinburgh : Edinburgh Royal Society, 142, 263, 382, 431,

623; Prize Awards of the, 285
Edridge-Green (Dr. F. W.), Two Cases of Trichromic

Vision, 573
Education : Annual Report of the Technical Education

Board of the London County Council, 1903-4, 34;
the Previous Examination at Cambridge, 55 ; Com-
pulsory Greek at Oxford and Cambridge, 128; Com.
pulsory Greek at Cambridge, A. B. Basset, F.R.S., 318 ;
R. Vere Laurence, H. Rackham and A. C. Seward,
F.R.S., 390 ; W. Bateson, F.R.S., 390 ; Welsh Confer-
ence on the Training of Teachers, 66; Lord Kelvin and
Glasgow University, 104; the Question of Diet in
Physical Education, Prof. T. Clifford Allbutt, 111; Edu-
cation and National Efficiency in Japan, Dr. Henry Dyer,
150; Darwin and Greek, 231; Agricultural Education and
Research, Prof. T. E. Middleton, 236; the Proposed
National League for Physical Education and Improve-
ment, Sir Lauder Brunton, 252 ; Report of the Inter-
departmental Committee on Physical Degeneration, Sir
Lauder Brunton, 252; Importance of Including both
Latin and Science in a Scheme of General Education,
Douglas Berridge, 284; Use and Misuse of Terms in
Science Teaching, T. L. Humberstone, 284; the Pre-
paration of the Child for Science, M. E. Boole, 316;
Special Method in Elementary Science for the Common
School, Charles A. McMurry, 316; London Conference
on School Hygiene, Sir Arthur Rücker, 377; Death of
Prof. Ludwig von Tetmeyer, 420 ; State Aid for Higher
Education, 487; German Educational Exhibits at St.
Louis, 513
Eficiency in Japan, Education and National, Dr. Henry

Dyer, 150
Egorofi (N.), Dichroism produced by Radium in Colour-
less Quartz, and a Thermoelectric Phenomenon in Striated

Smoky Quartz, 600
Egypt : " Find " of Royal Statues at Thebes, G. Legrain,

126; Medical Research in Egypt, 307: Bilharzia, Dr.
Summers, 307; the Venom of Egyptian Scorpions, Dr.
Wilson, 307; Second Pyramid of Ghizeh Struck by

Lightning, 565
Euhhorn (Dr. Gustav), die Drahtlose Telegraphie, 220
Electricity: Wireless Telegraphy, C. H. Sewall, 1; Elec-

tricity in Agriculture and Horticulture, Prof. S. Lem-
strom, 1 ; Modern Electric Practice, 1; the Theory of the
Lrad Accumulator, F. Dolezalek, 1; Electric Motors,
H. M. Hobart, 1; Notices sur l'Électricité, A. Cornu, 1;
I'Année Technique (1902–1903), A. Da Cunha, 1; the
laternational Electrical Congress at St. Louis, 41; a New
Safety Arrangement for Electrical Mains at High Ten-
son, L. Veu, 47; Jahrbuch der Radioaktivität und
Elektronik, 53: Electrolytic Preparation of Titanous Sul-
phate, W. H. Evans, 71; Map showing the Long Dis-
206 Power Transmission Lines in California, 88 ; Corr.,
113: Electrolysis of Acid Solutions of Aniline, L. Gil-
yhret, 88: New Electrical Instruments, R. W. Paul, 95;

Practical Determination of the Mean Spherical Candle-
Power of Incandescent and Arc Lamps, G. B. Dyke, 95;
the Bleaching of Flour by Electricity, M. Balland, 96;
Influence of the Nature of the Anode on the Electrolytic
Oxidation of Potassium Ferrocyanide, André Brochet and
Joseph Petit, 119; Electricity in the Service of Man,
R. M. Walmsley, 124; Obituary Notice of Prof. Karl
Selim Lemström, Prof. Arthur Rindell, 129; Measure-
ments by Photometric Methods of the Temperature of the
Electric Arc, C. W. Waidner and G. K. Burgess, 132 ;
Electrical Conductivity and other Properties of Sodium
Hydroxide in Aqueous Solution, W. R. Bousfield and
T. M. Lowry, 141; Pollak-Virag High-speed Writing
Telegraph, 156; the Charge of the a Rays from Polonium,
Prof. Thomson, F.R.S., 166; Researches on Dielectric
Solids, V. Crémieu and L. Malclès, 167; the Becquerel
Rays and the Properties of Radium, Hon. R. J. Strutt,
Dr. O. W. Richardson, 172 ; Calcium Metal, R. S.
Hutton, 180; Direct Communication Established between
Liverpool and Teheran, 181; a High Frequency Al-
ternator, W. Duddell, 190; Experiments to show the
Retardation of the Signalling Current of the Pacific
Cable, Prof. W. E. Ayrton, 190; on a Rapid Method of
Approximate Harmonic Analysis, Prof. S. P. Thompson,
190; Reversal of Charge from Electrical Induction
Machines, George W. Walker, 221; R. Langton Cole,
249; Theory of Amphoteric Electrolytes, Prof. James
Walker, F.R.S., 238; Electrolytic Analysis of Cobalt
and Nickel, Dr. F. Mollwo Perkin and W. C. Prebble
239; Electrolysis of Tin, F. Gelstharp, 239 : Electrical
Conductivity of Colloidal Solutions, G. Malfitano, 240;
Report of the Commission appointed by Clifford Sifton,
Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, Canada, to Investigate
the Different Electrothermic Processes for the Smelting
of Iron Ores and the Making of Steel in Europe, Prof.
J. O. Arnold, 258; Effect of Temperature on the Thermal
Conductivities of some Electrical Insulators, Dr. Charles
H. Lees, 262; Measurement of the Conductivity of Di-
electrics by Means of lonised Gases, Charles Nordmann,
263 ; Higher-Text-book of Magnetism and Electricity,
Dr. R. Wallace Stewart, 270; Reversal of Charge from
Electrical Induction Machines, V. Schaffers, 274; the
Construction of Simple Electroscopes for Experiments on
Radio-activity, Dr. O. W. Richardson, 274; Reversal in
Influence Machines, Charles E. Benham, 320 ; Death and
Obituary Notice of Victor Serrin, 325; Galvanic Cells
produced by the Action of Light, Dr. M. Wilderman,
333; Electrical Pendulum with Free Escapement, Ch.
Féry, 335; Action of Radium on the Electric Spark, Dr.
R. S. Willows and J. Peck, 358; Simplified Deduction
of the Field and the Forces of an Electron moving in
any given Way, Prof. Sommerfeld, 373 ; Mass Analysis
of Muntz's Metal by Electrolysis, and the Electric Pro-
perties of this Alloy, J. G. A. Rhodin, 381; a Syn-
chronising Electromagnetic Brake, Henri Abraham, 383 ;
Drift produced in Ions by Electromagnetic Disturbances,
and a Theory of Radio-activity, George W. Walker, 406;
Automatic Registration of Atmospheric Ionisation,
Charles Nordmann, 407; Electrolysis of Organic Acids
by Means of the Alternating Current, André Brochet and
Joseph Petit, 407; Elements of Electromagnetic Theory,
S. J. Barnett, G. F. C. Searle, 409; Non-electrification
of y Rays, Prof. Thomson, F.R.S., 430; Electrical Effects
of Dryness of Atmosphere at Winnipeg, Prof. A. H. R.
Buller, 448; Surface Tension of a Dielectric in the
Electric Field, Ch. Fortin, 455; Influence of Strong
Electromagnetic Fields on the Spark Spectra of some
Metals, J. E. Purvis, 479; Electrolytic Solution of Plat-
inum in Sulphuric Acid, André Brochet and Joseph Petit,
479 ; Action of Radium Bromide on the Electrical Re-
sistance of Metals, Bronislas Sabat, 479: Study of lon-
isation in Flames, Pierre Massoulier, 479: Recent De-
velopments in Electric Smelting in connection with Iron
and Steel, F. W. Harbord, 502 ; Wireless Telegraphy with
Circular Waves, Alessandro Artom, 517: Variation of the
Specific Inductive Power of Glass with the Frequency,
André Broca and M. Turchini, 527; Death and Obituary
Notice of Dr. L. Bleekrode, 540; Interrupters for In-
duction Coils, 546; Voltage Ratios of an Inverted Rotary
Converter, W. C. Clinton, 550; Electrometer with Sex.
tants and a Neutral Needle, M. Guinchant, 551 ; Modern
Theory of Physical Phenomena, Radio-activity, lons,

Electrons, Augusto Righi, 558; Atmospheric Electricity Entomology: Entomological Society, 23, 117, 142, 190,
in High Latitudes, Géorge. C. Simpson, 573 ; Historical 334, 429, 501, 527, 621; Tyrosinase of the Fly, C.
Note on Dust, . Electrification, and Heat, Sir Oliver Gessard, 24; Ants and some other Insects, an Inquiry
Lodge, F.R.S., 582 ; Unsolved Problems in Electrical En- into the Psychic Powers of these Animals, Dr. August
gineering, “ James Forrest " Lecture at the Institution of Forel, Prof. William Morton Wheeler, 29;. Occurrence
Civil Engineers, Colonel R. E. Crompton, 595 ; Ionisa- of a Tropical. Form of Stick-insect in Devonshire, Prof.
tion in Flames, Pierre Massoulier, 600 ; a Short Intro- Robert O. Cunningham, 55; the Pine-apple Gall of the
duction to the Theory of Electrolytic Dissociation, J. C. Spruce, E. R. Burdòn, 71; the Australian Cicadidæ,
Gregory, 606; Electromagnetics in a Moving Dielectric, Dr. F. W. Goding and W. W. Froggatt, 72 ; Death of
Oliver Heaviside, F.R.S., 606;. Tantalum, Dr.' F. C. G. Barrett, 181; Obituary Notice of, 208; Death
Mollwo Perkin, 610

and Obituary Notice of F. 0. Pickard-Cambridge, 397 :
Electrometallurgy : Calcium Metal, R. S. Hutton, 180

Function of the Antennæ in Insects, M. Yearsley, 430 ;
Elements, Prof. Mendeléeff on the Chemical, 65

a Synonymic Catalogue of Orthoptera, W. F. Kirby,
Elements of Chemistry, the, M. M. Pattison Muir, 582

459; Death and Obituary Notice of Prof. A. S. Packard,
Elements and Ephemeris of Comet 1904 d, M. Ebell, 211; 466; the Congo Floor Maggot, Messrs. Dutton, Todd,
M. Giacobini, 211;. see also Astronomy

and Christy, 499; Protective Resemblance, Mark L.
Elements and Ephemeris for Comet 1905 a (Giacobini), Sykes, 520; Studies of Variation in Insects, Vernon L.

General Bassot, 617; Dr. Palisa, 618; see also Astronomy Kellogg and Ruby G. Bell, 545; Maturation of the Egg
Eliot's (Sir J.) Address at Cambridge, J. R. Sutton, 6; and Early Development in Certain Sawflies, L. Don-
Sir John Eliot, F.R.S., 7

caster, 550 ; “ Fungus-gardens of South American
Elkin (Dr.), Triangulation of the Pleiades Stars, 329; Ants, Prof. D. H. Forel, 567
Report of the Yale Observatory, 1900-4, 354

Entropy, the Definition of, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S.,
Elliot (D. G.), the Land and Sea Mammals of Middle 31, 125; J. Swinburne, 125
America and the West Indies, 212

Eocene Whales, F. A. Lucas, 102
Elliot (R. H.), the Agricultural Changes required by these Ephemeris for Brooks's Comet 1904 I., 374
Times and Laying Down Land to Grass, 604

Ephemeris of Comet 1904 d, M. Ebell, 211, 353; M.
Elmore (Señor), Water-supply of the Rimac Valley, : 236 Giacobini, 211; Herr Pechüle, 353
Elster (Mr.), the Human Breath as a Source of the Ionisa- Ephemeris for Comet 1904 e, Dr. E. Strömgren, 353 ; see

tion of the Atmosphere, 157 ; Radio-active Muds from the also Astronomy
Thermal Springs of Nauheim and Baden, 448

Eros Circular, the Eleventh, Prof. H. H. Turner, F.R.S.,
Ely (Prof. Achsah M.), Death of, 350

Emerson (Miss), Anatomy of Typhlomolge rathbuni, the Eros Stars, Magnitude Equation in the Right Ascensions
Blind Salamander, 515

of the, Prof. R. H. Tucker, 618
Emmons (S. F.), Economic Resources of the Northern Erosion, Coast, and Protection, A. E. Carey, E. R.

Black Hills, 450; Refractory Siliceous Ores of South Matthews, at the Institution of Civil Engineers, 92
Dakota, 452

Etheridge (R.), an Opalised Plesiosaurian Reptile of the
Encke's Comet 1904 b, M. Kaminsky, 16; Prof. Max Wolf, Genus Cimoliosaurus from White Cliffs, New South
63, 89; Prof. Millosevich, 89, 114 ; Prof. E. Hartwig, 89;

Wales, 399
Herr Moschick, 114; M. Kaminsky, 114; Dr. Smart, Ethnography : Difficulties of the Ethnographic Survey in
114; Herr van d Bilt, 185; Brightness of Encke's Comet, the Mysore, E. Thurston, 182
J. Holetschek, 469

Ethnology: Death of Prof. Max Berbels, 181; Archæo-
Energy, Life and, Four Addresses, Walter Hibbert, 271 logical Researches in Costa Rica, C. V. Hartman,
Energy, the Reception and Utilisation of, by a Green Leaf, Colonel George Earl Church, 461; Tales from Old Fiji,

Bakerian Lecture at the Royal Society, Dr. Horace T. Lorimer Fison, 490
Brown, F.R.S., 522

Eugenics : Studies in, Meeting at the Sociological Society,
Engineering : Modern Electric Practice, 1; Electric Motors, 401; Restrictions in Marriage, Francis Galton, 401;

H. M. Hobart, 1; Notices sur l'Electricité, A. Cornu, 1; Studies in National Eugenics, Francis Galton, 401; Dr.
l'Année Technique (1902–1903), A. Da Cunha, 1; Public Haddon, 402; Dr. F. W. Mott, 402; Ernest Crawley,
Works in India during the Last Fifty Years, Sir 402 ; Dr. E. Westermarck, 402
Guilford L. Molesworth, 13; Patent Flexible .Curves Europe, the Racial Elements in the Present Population of,
and a · Parabolic Curve, W. J. Brooks, 15; the Huxley Memorial Lecture, Dr. J. Deniker at Antropo-
Definition of Entropy, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., logical Institute, 21
31; 125; J. Swinburne, 125; Possibilities of Gas

European Longitudes, Discussion of Central, Prof. Th.
Turbines from a Scientific Standpoint, R. M. Neil- Albrecht, 424
son, 87; British Standard Specification and Sections European Thought in the Nineteenth Century, a History
for Bull Headed Railway Rails, 88; Coast Erosion and of, John Theodore Merz, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S.,
Protection, A. E. Carey, E. R. Matthews, at the In-

stitution of Civil Engineers, 92 ; Need of Testing Evans (A. J.), the Tombs of Minoan Knossos, 303
Materials to be Subjected to Rapidly Repeated or to Evans (W. H.), Electrolytic Preparation of Titanous
Alternating Loads otherwise than by Determining the Sulphate, 71
Tensile Strength and Elastic Limit, `A. E. Seaton and Eve (A. S.), the Infection of Laboratories by Radium, 460
A. Jude, 184; Small Destructors for Institutional and Evolution : the Origin of Life, George Hookham, 9;
Trade Waste, W. Francis Goodrich, 246; Death and

Geologist, 31; Dai Nippon, the Britain of the East, a
Obituary Notice of Beauchamp Tower, 253 ; Recent Visit Study in National Evolution, Henry Dyer, 97; the In-
of the Institution of Civil Engineers to the United States heritance of Tortoiseshell and Related Colours in Cats,
and Canada, Sir William White, K.C.B.; 254 ; Death of L. Doncaster, 191; Mankind in the Making, H. G.
Joseph Chaudron, 325: Death of William Sellers, 372 ; Wells; Anticipations, H. G. Wells; the Food of the
Connection between Engineering and Science, C. 0. Gods, H. G. Wells, 193; Variation in Animals and
Burge, 384; Piercing of the Simplon Tunnel Completed, Plants, H. M. Vernon, 243 ; Trapezium of the Carpus
420; Unsolved Problems in Electrical Engineering, of the Horse, O. C. Bradley, 326; an Outline of the

James Forrest” Lecture at the Institution of Civil Theory of Organic Evolution, with a Description of
Engineers, Colonel R. E. Crompton, 595

some of the Phenomena which it Explains, Dr. Maynard
England : Remains of the Prehistoric Age in, Bertram M. Metcalf, 509

Č. A. Windle, F.R.S., 322 ; Social England, 385; an Ewart (Dr. Alfred J.), the Ascent of Water in Trees, 261
Introductory History of England, C. R. L. Fletcher, Examination at Cambridge, the Previous, 55
385; Studies on Anglo-Saxon Institutions, H. M. Chad- Exotic Flowers, the Bionomics of, Prof. Percy Groom, 26
wick, 385

Exotic Flowers, the Pollination of, Ella M. Bryant, 249
England and Wales, the Sea-fishing Industry of, F. G. Exploration of Lake Tanganyika, Scientific, 277
Aflalo, 153

Exploration in the Mentone Caves, Recent, Prof. Marcellin
English Estate Forestry, A. C. Forbes, 580

Boule, 276
English Field-botany, 245

Explosion Risks, Fire and, Dr. von Schwartz, 122

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Esplosives : Gellignite, a Safety Explosive, 61; Calcium Flints :- Blue-stained, Dr. F. J. Allen, 83 ; Thomas L. D.

Carbide as an Explosive in Mining Work, Marcel P. S. Porter, 126; Blue Flints at Bournemouth, J. W. Sharpe,
Guédras, 240

Eynon (L.). Method for the Direct Production of Certain Floating Ice, the Melting of, Heat, 366
Aminoazo-compounds, 239

Floods of the Spring of 1903 in the Mississippi Watershed,

H. C. Frankenfeld, 10
Fabry (Ch.), New Arrangement for the use of the Methods Floods of 1902 and 1903, the Passaic, il
of Interferential Spectroscopy, 551

Floods in the United States in 1903, Destructive, E. C.
Fact in Sociology, 366

Murphy, 308
Faraday Society, 239, 381, 502, 598

Flora of the County Dublin, Nathaniel Colgan, 412
Farmer (R. C.), Affinity Constants of Aniline and its Flora of Hampshire, including the Isle of Wight, Frederick
Derivatives, 166

Townsend, 245
Farrington (Dr. O. C.), Geology of Durango (Mexico),

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Floral Morphology, 436
Fauna of the North-west Highlands and Skye, A. J. A. Flowers, Attractions Offered to Bees by, Miss J. Wery, 492
Harvie-Brown and H. A. MacPherson, 202

Flowers, Children's Wild, Mrs. J. M. Maxwell, 510
Faure (Jacques), Voyage in a Balloon from London to Flowers, the Pollination of Exotic, Ella M. Bryant, 249
Paris, 372

Fluid, Theory of Rapid Motion in a Compressible, 196
Fayet (G.), Elliptical Character of the New Borrelly Comet Fog Inquiry, 1901-3, London, 259

(1904 e), 335; Orbit of Comet 1904 e (Borrelly), 353 ; Folie (F. J. P.), Death of, 371

Revised Elements for Borrelly's Comet (1904 e), 400 Folklore : the Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia, R.
Fecundation in Plants, David M. Mottier, 218

Campbell Thompson, 249; Folk-tales of Plains Indians,
Fenton (H. J. H., E.R.S.), Soluble Forms of Metallic Drs. G. A. Dorsey and A. L. Kroeber, 417; P. E.
Dihydroxytartrates, 479

Goddard, 418; Fijian Folk-tales, Lorimer Fison, 490
Ferguson (Margaret c.). Contributions to the Knowledge Food : Food Inspection and Analysis, Albert E. Leach, C.

of the Life-history of Pinus, with Special Reference to Simmonds, 50; the Nutritive Value of Sterilised Cows'
Sporogenesis, the Development of the Gametophytes, Milk, G. Variot, 167
and Fertilisation, 218

Food of the Gods, the, H. G. Wells, 193
Fernbach (A.), the Diastatic Coagulation of Starch, 240 Föppl (Prof. A.), Apparatus for Measuring the Velocity of
Ferrar (H. T.), the Old Moraines of South Victoria Land, the Earth's Rotation, 39

Forbes (A. C.), English Estate Forestry, 580
Fertilisation of Jasminum nudiflorum, Prof. John G. Forbes (Prof. Geo., F.R.S.), Exterior Ballistics, 380
McKendrick, F.R.S., 319

Forcrand (M. de), on the Possibility of Chemical Reactions,
Féry (Ch.), Isochronism of the Pendulum in the Astro- 143 ; on the Prediction of Chemical Reactions, 143 ;

nomical Clock, 288; Electrical Pendulum with Free Valency of the Atom of Hydrogen, 527
Escapement, 335

Forel (Dr. August), Ants and some other Insects, an
Fielde (Miss A. M.), Curious Traits Displayed by Ants, Inquiry into the Psychic Powers of these Animals, 29

Forel (Prof. D. H.), “ Fungus-gardens" of South American
Fiji, Tales from Old, Lorimer Fison, 490

Ants, 567
Films, how to Photograph with Roll and Cut, John A. Forel (F. A.), Discovery at Boiron of a Tomb of the
Hodges, 460

Bronze Age, 493 ; Occurrence of Bishop's Ring, Mar-
Filon (Dr. L. N. G.), the Projection of Two Triangles on tinique, 591
to the same Triangle, 478

Forestry : Forestry in the United States, 32 ; Death of
" Find ” of Royal Statues at Thebes, G. Legrain, 126 Forstmeister Schering, 36; the Spread of the Mesquite
Findlay (A.), Influence of the Hydroxyl and Alkoxyl Prosopis glandulosa, 61; “ Bastard” Logwood, S. N. C.,
Groups on the Velocity of Saponification, 599

222 ; the Timbers of Commerce and their Identification,
Finlayson (D.), the Ashe-Finlayson Comparascope,'' H. Stone, 247; Trees, Prof. H. Marshall Ward, 290 ; the
Finn (F.), the Birds of Calcutta, 438

Strength of Structural Timber, Dr. W. K. Hatt, 399 ;
Fire and Explosion Risks, Dr. von Schwartz, 122

the Basket Willow, William F. Hubbard, 427; Forest
Fireballs, January, Mr. Denning, 469

Planting in Western Kansas, Royal R. Kellogg, 427 ;
Fireside Astronomy, D. W. Horner, 292

the Chestnut in Southern Maryland, Raphael Zon, 427;
Fisher (Rev. Osmond), on the Occurrence of Elephas Forestry in the United States, · 427; English · Estate

meridionalis at Dewlish, Dorset, 118; Propagation of Forestry, A. C. Forbes, 580
Earthquake Waves, 583

“ Forrest (James) " Lecture at the Institution of Civil
Fisheries : Fish-passes and Fish-ponds, Howietoun Fishery Engineers, Unsolved Problems in Electrical Engineering,

Co., 9; the Salmon Fisheries of England and Wales, Colonel R. E. Crompton, 595
Messrs. Archer and Fryer and Dr. Masterman, Frank Forster (M. O.), Configuration of isonitrosocamphor, 382 ;
Balfour Browne, 18; the New Whale Fisheries, 84 ; the New Formation of Acetylcamphor, 598
Sea-fishing Industry of England and Wales, F. G. Fortin (Ch.); Surface Tension of a Dielectric in the Electric
Aflalo, 153; the Fisheries of Scotland, Frank Balfour

Field, 455
Browne, 213; Whaling for 1904, Mr. Southwell, 351; Fortuna, the Planet, W. T., 461, 511; W. E. P., 461;
Decrease in Flat Fish in Cambois Bay, Northumber- Spencer Pickering, F.R.S.; 486
land, 567 : Report to the Government of Ceylon on the Foster. (Sir M., K.C.B., F.R.S.), the Monte Rosa and
Pearl Oyster Fisheries of the Gulf of Manaar, W. A. Col d'Olen International Laboratories, Prof. Mosso, 443
Herdman, F.R.S., 395

Fournier (G.), the Perseids for 1904, 167
Fishes : a Large Indian Sea-perch, Major A. Alcock, Fournier (V.), the Perseids for 1904, 167

F.R.S., 415; the Nest of the Fighting Fish, E. H. Fourtau (R.), the Spring at Hammam Moussa, near Tor,
Waite, 450

Sinai, 312
Fishing at Night, S. W., 201; F. G. Analo, 221

Fowle (F. E., jun.), Absorption by Water Vapour in the
Fison (Lorimer), Tales from Old Fiji, 490

Infra-red Solar Speetrum, 115
Flamand (G. B. M.), Existence of Schists with Grapto- France, the Condition of Chemical Industries in, Jean
liths at Haci-el-Khenig, Central Sahara, 576

Jaubert, 369
Flames, Study of Ionisation in, Pierre Massoulier, 479 Frank (Prof.), Production of Calcium Cyanamide and its
Fleming (Mrs.), Stars having Peculiar Spectra, 306; Dis- Employment as Fertiliser, 374
tribution of Stellar Spectra, 115

Frankenfeld (H. C.), Floods of the Spring of 1903 in the
Fletcher (C. R. L.), an Introductory History of England, Mississippi Watershed, 10

Frankland (P. F.), Grignard Reaction Applied to the Esters
Fleurent (E.), the Rational Estimation of Gluten in

of Hydroxy-acids, 166.
Wheaten Flour, 288

Franks (W. S.), Dark Nebulosities, 190 ; Photography of
Flint (Robert). Philosophy as Scientia Scientiarum, and a

Planetary Nebulæ, 618
History of Classifications of the Sciences, 505

Frazier (Prof. Benjamin W.), Death of, 325




Frébaut (A.), Hydrogenation of Benzonitrile and Paratoluo- from the Thermal Springs of Nauheim and Baden,

nitrile, 600
Frederico (L.), the Glacial Fauna and Flora of the Plateau Gelstharp (F.), Electrolysis of Tin, 239
of Baraque-Michel, Ardennes, 468

Gemmellaro (Gaetano Giorgio), Obituary Notice of, 39
Freeman (W. G.), Nature Teaching, 5

Geodesy : Determination of the Difference in Longitude
Frémont (Ch.), on the Possibility of Producing a Non- between Greenwich and Paris made in 1902, M. Læwy,
brittle Steel Tempered Blue, 191

191; the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 519
Freshfield (Douglas w.), Mount Everest, the Story of a Geography: the National Antarctic Expedition, Captain
Controversy, 82

Scott, 41; Report on the Identification and Nomen-
Freshwater Algæ, a Treatise on the British, Prof. G. S. clature of Himalayan Peaks, Captain H. Wood, R.E.,
West, 194

Major S. G. Burrard, F.R.S., 42; Mount Everest, the
Freundler (P.), Monobromoacetal, 527

Story of a Controversy, Douglas W. Freshfield, 82 ; the
Friedel (Jean), Chlorophyll Assimilation in the Absence of Countries of the King's Award, Sir Thomas Holdich,
Oxygen, 312

K.C.M.G., 102 ; Death and Obituary Notice of Admiral
Friend (J. A. N.), Influence of Potassium Persulphate on Sir Erasmus Ommanney, K.C.B., F.R.S., 207; Russian
the Estimation of Hydrogen Peroxide, 70

Geographical Society Medal Awards, 231; India, Sir
Friswell (R. J.), the Cost of Chemical Synthesis, 222

Thomas Holdich, C.B., 268; Glossary of Geographical
Froggatt (W. W.), the Australian Cicadidæ, 72

and Topographical Terms, Alexander Knox, 271; Geo-
Frossard (Mr.), the Nature of the Hydrosulphites, 374 graphical Society, Geographical Results of the Tibet
Froude (R. E.), Hollow versus Straight Lines, 595

Mission, Sir Frank Younghusband, 377; Geographical
Frowde (Henry), Dates of Publication of Scientific Books, Society's Medal Awards, 541; Geographical Results of

the National Antarctic Expedition, Captain R. F. Scott,
Fruit Trees in Pots, the Culture of, Josh Brace, 314

421; the Second Antarctic Voyage of the Scotia, J. H.
Fryer (Mr.), the Salmon Fisheries of England and Wales, 18 Harvey Pirie and 'R. N. Rudmose Brown, 425; die
Fuel Economy, Smoke Prevention and, Wm. H. Booth and Kalahari, Dr. Siegfried Passarge, 481; Tierra del
John B. C. Kershaw, 74

Fuego, Captain H. L. Crosthwaite, 515; Antarctica, or
Fuel, Oil, its Supply, Composition, and Application, S. H. Two Years amongst the Ice of the South Pole, Dr. N.
North, 531

Otto G. Nordenskjöld and Dr. Joh. Gunnar Andersson,
Fungi : Sexual Reproduction of the Mucorineæ, A. F. 560 ; Lhasa, an Account of the Country and People of

Blakeslee, 61; on the Origin of Flagellate Monads and Central Tibet, Perceval Landon, 585; Japan nach Reisen
of Fungus-germs from Minute Masses of Zooglæa, Dr. und Studien, J. J. Rein, Dr. Henry Dyer, 603; Physical
H. Charlton Bastian, F.R.S., 77 ; Heterogenetic Origin of Geography: Variations of Level of Lake Victoria
Fungus-germs, Dr. H. Charlton Bastian, 272 ; Hetero- Nyanza, Captain H. G. Lyons, 15; Study of the
genetic Fungus-germs, George Massee, 175; Fungi, Prof. Sea Bottom of the North Atlantic, M. Thoulet, 24; the

H. Marshall Ward, F.R.S., at the Royal Institution, 496 Rocks of Tristan d'Acunha, E. H. L. Schwarz, 168 ;
Furs, the Supply of Valuable, R. Lydekker, F.R.S., 115 Water-supply of the Rimac Valley, Señor Elmore, 236 ;
Fusion, Memoire sur la Reproduction Artificielle du Rubis the Physical History of the Victoria Falls, A. J. C.
par, A. Verneuil, 180

Molyneux, 619

Geology : the pre-Glacial Raised Beach of the South Coast
Gallenkamp (A., and Co.), New Spectrum Tubes, 448

of Ireland, W, B. Wright and H. B. Muff, Prof. Gren-
Galloway (R. L.), Annals of Coal Mining and the Coal

ville A. J. Cole, 17; Neolithic Deposits in the North-
Trade, 361

east of Ireland, George Coffey and R. Lloyd Praeger,
Galton (Dr. Francis, F.R.S.), Average Number of Kinsfolk

444; the Homotaxial Equivalents of the Beds which
in Each Degree, 30, 248; Restrictions in Marriage, 401;

Immediately Succeed the Carboniferous Limestone in
Studies in National Eugenics, 401

the West of Ireland, Dr. Wheelton Hind, 503 ; Appli-
Gamble (Dr. F. W.), Colour-physiology of the Higher cation of Earthquake Observations to the Investigation
Crustacea, 621

of the Constitution of the Interior of the Earth, Prof.
Game, Shore, and Water Birds of India, with Additional

Láska, 19; Gravitational Anomalies Detected under
References to their Allied Species in other parts of the

Mount Etna, Prof. Ricco, 20; the Origin of Life,
World, Colonel A. Le Messurier, 363

Geologist, 31; Obituary Notice of Gaetano Giorgio
Gang des Menschen, der, Otto Fischer, Dr. A. Keith, 145

Gemmellaro, 39; Geological Survey of the Transvaal,
Garbasso (Prof.), New Theory to Account for the Dupli- Report for the Year 1903, H. Kynaston, E. T. Mellor,
cation of Lines in the Spectra of Variable Stars, 516

A. L. Hall, Dr. G. A. F. Molengraaff, Prof. Grenville
Garbowski (Tad.), Morphologische Studien, als Beitrag zur A. J. Cole, 55: Petrography of the Witwatersrand Con-
Methodologie zoologischer Probleme, 265

glomerates, with Special Reference to the Origin of
Garcia (Don Manuel), Centenary of, 491

Gold, Dr. F. H. Hatch and Dr. G. S. Corstorphine,
Gas, Production of Natural, in the United States in 1903, 491 471; Intrusive Granites in the Transvaal, the Orange
Gases : the Dynamical Theory of, Lord Rayleigh, O.M., River Colony, and in Swaziland, E. Jorissen, 471 ;

F.R.S., 559; J. H. Jeans, 601, 607; Prof. G. H. Bryan, Naples Volcanic Formations, Dr. de Lorenzo, 62 ; Geo-
F.R.S., 601

logical Society, 118, 165, 190, 262, 310, 358, 382, 477,
Gatecliff (J.), Basic Properties of Oxygen, 70

549, 575, 622 ; Geological Society's Awards, 253 : Geo-
Gatin-Gruzewska (Madame Z.), the Resistance to Desicca- logical Notes, 161, 235, 471; Study of Sands and Sedi-
tion of some Fungi, 191

ments, T. Mellard Reade and Philip Holland, 161;
Gaudechon (M.), Thermochemical Researches on Brucene

Geology of Spiti, H. H. Hayden, 161; the Geology of
and Strychnine, 527

Spiti, with Parts of Bashahr and Rupshu, H. H.
Gautier (A.), Search-ephemeris for Tempel's First Periodic

Hayden, 251; on an Ossiferous Cave of Pleistocene Age
Comet (1867 II.), 545
Gautier (È. F.), North African Petroglyphs, 570

at Hoe Grange Quarry, Longcliffe, near Brassington

(Derbyshire), H. H. Arnold Bemrose and E. T. Newton,
Gavelle (M.), Re-discovery of Tempel's Second Comet, 133 F.R.S., 165, 488; the Nepheline Rocks of Tahiti, M.
Gayley (James), on the Application of Dry Air Blast to the

Lacroix, 167; the Glacial Conglomerate in the Table
Manufacture of Iron, 40; Method of Drying the Air for Mountain Series near Clanwilliam, A. W. Rogers, 168 ;
the Blast, 327

the Rocks of Tristan d'Acunha, E. H. L. Schwarz, 168 ;
Geddes (P.), City Development, a Study of Parks,

the Glacial Geology of New Jersey, Rollin D. Salisbury,
Gardens, and Culture Institutes, 511

186; Origin of the Dolomites of Southern Tyrol, Prof.
Gefährdung der Naturdenkmäler und Vorschläge zu ihrer E. W'. Skeats, 190; the Coal-measures in French Lor-
Erhaltung, die, H. Conwentz, 73

raine, Francis Laur, 192 ; Geology of Durango (Mexico),
'Geikie (Sir Arch., F.R.S.), Geology of the Moon, 348 ;

Dr. O. C. Farrington, 235: Geology of Baraboo Iron-
Samuel Pepys and the Royal Society, 415; Landscape bearing District of Wisconsin, Dr. Samuel Weidman,
in History and other Essays, 577

235; Geology of German South-West Africa, F. W
Geitel (Mr.), the Human Breath as a Source of the

Voit, 236 : Examination of the Terraces along the Valley
Ionisation of the Atmosphere, 157; Radio-active Muds

of Inn, Dr. Ampferer, 236 ; Death of Robert Harris

June &, 1905

Steel, 40

Valpy, 253 : Geology, Thomas C. Chamberlin and Gilbert (Dr. G. K.), Origin of Lunar Formation, 256
Rollin D. Salisbury, 267; Recent Exploration in the Gilbert (Mr.), the Fishes of the Two Sides of the Isthmus
Mentone Caves, Prof. Marcellin Boule, 276; Geological of Panama, 590
Survey of Canada, 276; Death of T. W. Shore, 278; Gilchrist (L.), Electrolysis of Acid Solutions of Aniline, 88
the Marine Beds in the Coal-measures of North Stafford- Gill (Sir David), Annual Report of the Cape Observatory,
shire, J. T. Stobbs, 310; Geology of Cyprus, C. V. 63
Bellamy and A. J. Jukes-Browne, 310; Geological Map Giolitti (F.), Attempts to Decide by Physical Methods the
of Cyprus, C. 1. Bellamy, 471; Stanford's Geological Nature of Isodynamic Substances, 113
Atlas of Great Britain (Based on Reynold's Geological Giran (H.), Combustion of Sulphur in the Calorimetric
Atlas), Horace B. Woodward, F.R.S., 315; Death of

Bomb, 240
Dr. Albert von Reinach, 325; Geology of the Moon, Girard (P.), Weight of the Brain as a Function of the
Sir Arch. Geikie, F.R.S., 348; Classification of Igneous Body Weight in Birds, 600
Rocks, H. Stanley Jevons, 335; Eruptive Basic Rocks Glacial Geology of New Jersey, the, Rollin D. Salisbury,
of French Guinea, A. Lacroix, 407; the Hauraki Gold- 186
fields of New Zealand, W. Lindgren, 421; Zinc and Lead Glaciers, the Melting of, in Winter, Dr. R. von Len-
Deposits of Northern Arkansas, G. I. Adams, 450; the denfeld, 62
Copper Deposits of the Encampment District, Wyoming, Glamour of the Earth, the, George A. B. Dewar, 53
A.C. Spencer, 450; Economic Resources of the Glasgow (Lord), Spread of the Steam Turbine for Marine
Northern Black Hills, J. D. Irving and S. F. Emmons, Propulsion, 594
450; T. A. Jaggar, jun., 450; a Geological Recon- Glasgow University, Lord Kelvin and, 104
naissance Across the Bitterroot Range and Clearwater Gledhill (J. M.), Development and Rise of High-speed Tool
Mountains in Montana and Idaho, W. Lindgren, 450;
Refractory Siliceous Ores of South Dakota, J. D. Irving Glossary of Geographical and Topographical Terms,
and S. F. Emmon, 452 ; the Jammu Coal-fields, India, Alexander Knox, 271
R. R. Simpson, 471; the Submarine Great Canyon of Glow-worm in India, an Aquatic, N. Annandale, 288
the Hudson River, Dr. J. W. Spencer, 472; Climatic Gnesotto (Dr. Tullio), Superfusion Phenomena, 305
Features in the Land Surface, Dr. Albrecht Penck, 472 ; Godchot (M.), on Dextrorotatory Lactic Acid, 503
the.. Joess of Natchez and of the Lower Mississippi Goddard (P. E.), Folk-tales of Plains Indians, 418
Valley, Prof. B. Shimek, 472 ; the Kansas Oil-fields, Godfrey and Siddons's Elementary Geometry, Solutions of
W. H. Heydrick, 472 ; Exploration of the Potter Creek the Exercises in, E. A. Price, 248
Cave in California, w. J. Sinclair, 472; Classification Goding (Dr. F.), the Australian Cicadidæ, 72
of the Sedimentary Rocks, Dr. J. E. Marr, 477; die Godlewski (Dr. T.), a New Radio-active Product from
Kalahari, Dr. Siegfried Passarge, 481; Death of Actinium, 294
Jeremiah Slade, 491; British Association Geological Gods, the Food of the, H. G. Wells, 193
Photographs, 538; the Old Moraines of South Victoria Gold Mining in France, 445
Land. H. T. Ferrar, 550; Death of H. B. Medlicott, Gold and Silver Ores, Cyaniding, H. Forbes Julian and
F.R.S., 565: Obituary Notice of, 612; Experiment in Edgar Smart, 292
Mountain Building. Lord Avebury, P.C., F.R.S., 575; Goldschmidt (Dr. R.), Distinct Second Family Type of
Existence of Schists with Graptoliths at Haci-El- Lancelets (Cephalochordata), 590
Khenig, Central Sahara, G. B. M. Flamand, 576 ; Land-Gomery (A. de Gerlache de), Résultats du Voyage du
scape in History and Other Essays, Sir Archibald Geikie, S.Y. Belgica en 1897, 1898, 1899, sous le Commandemant
F.R.S., 577; the Fishes of the Two Sides of the Isthmus
of Panama, Messrs. Gilbert and Starks, 590; Death of Goodall (Dr.), Experiments on the Simultaneous Removal
Prof. A. A. Wright, 614; the pre-Glacial Valleys of of Spleen and Thymus, 263
Vorthumberland and Durham, Dr. D. Woolacott, 616; Goodrich (W. Francis), Small Destructors for Institutional
the Physical History of the Victoria Falls, A. J. C. and Trade Waste, 246
Molyneux, 619; Proposed Classification of the Coal- Gordon (Dr. Mervyn), Bacterial Test for Estimation of
measures, R. Kidston, 622; Age and Relations of the Air-pollution, 237
Phosphatic Chalk of Taplow, H. J. 0. White and L. Gore (J. E.), a Probable Variable of the Algol Type, 55;
Treacher, 622 ; Graptolite-bearing Rocks of the South Studies in Astronomy, 199
Orkney Islands, Dr. J. Harvey Pirie, 623

Göttingen Royal Society of Sciences, 192, 600
Geometry : Death of Dr. Francesco Chizzoni, 36, 350; a Götz (P.), Parallax of a Low Meteor, 133

School Geometry, H. S. Hall and F. H. Stevens, 75; Government Observatory at Victoria, the, P. Baracchi, 449
Theoretical Geometry for Beginners, C. H. Allcock, 75; Gowers (Sir William R., F.R.S.), Clinical Lectures on
Elementary Plane Geometry, V. M. Turnbull, 75; a Diseases of the Nervous System, 6
New Geometry for Senior Forms, S. Barnard and J. M. Graber's Leitfaden der Zoologie für höhere Lehranstalten,
Child, 174: Solutions of the Exercises in Godfrey and 265
Siddons's Elementary Geometry, E. A. Price, 248; Grablovitz (Prof.), Nature of Wave Motion in Third Phase
Elementary Pure Geometry, with Mensuration, E. of Record of Distant Earthquake, 20
Buddon, 507; Lessons in Experimental and Practical Grace (J. H.), the Algebra of Invariants, 601
Geometry, H. S. Hall and F. H. Stevens, 507; the Grand'Eury (M.), the Grains Found attached to Pec-
Elements of Geometry, Theoretical and Practical, B. topteris Pluckeneti, 575
Arnett, 507

Granger (Albert), the Properties of Tungstic Anhydride'as a
Georgiades (N.), the Spring at Hammam Moussa, near Colouring Material for Porcelain, 575
Tor, Sinai, 312

Grant (Prebendary), Exploration at the Ancient British
German Educational Exhibits at St. Louis, 513

Lake Village at Glastonbury, 422
German-English Dictionary of Terms used in Medicine Graphic Statics, T. Alexander and A. W. Thompson, 507

and the Allied Sciences, a, Hugo Lang and B. Abra- Graphs, an Elementary Treatise on, George A. Gibson,
hains, 533

Prof. George M. Minchin, F.R.S., 211
Gessard (C.), Tyrosinase of the Fly, 24

Grass-snake, Tenacity to Life of a, E. V. Windsor, 390
Giacobini (M.), Discovery of a New Comet (1904 d), 185; Gray (Dr. A. A.), the Membranous Labyrinth of the In-
Elements and Ephemeris of Comet 1904 d, 211; Dis-

ternal Ear of Man and the Seal, 615
covery of a New Comet, 1905 a, 518

Great Britain and Ireland, the Mammals of, J. G. Millais,
Giacobini, Comet 1904 d. 233; M. Ebell, 256 ; Giacobini

Comet 1905 a, Prof. Aitken, 544; Dr. Strömgren, 569; Great Britain, Stanford's Geological Atlas of (Based on
Prof. Hartwig, 569; G. Bigourdan, 575

Reynolds's Geological Atlas), Horace B. Woodward,
Gibbons (Kenrick), Mosquitoes Destroyed by Fish, 446

F.R.S., 315
Gibson (Frank), Superstitions about Animals, 510

Greek at Cambridge, Compulsory, 414, 416; John C. Willis,
Gibson (George A.), an Elementary Treatise on Graphs, 211 273 : Edward T. Dixon, 295; A. B. Basset, F.R.S., 318;
Gibson (Prof. R. J. Harvey), Axillary Scales of Aquatic Prof. J. Wertheimer. 344 ; R. Vere Laurence. H. Rack-
Monocotyledans, 399

ham, and A. C. Seward, F.R.S., 390; W. Bateson,

de, 337


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