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Prof. H. Bouasse, 183; Death of H. E. Harrison, 225; Moore, 437; Strength of Propeller-blades in Aëroplanes,
Public Supply of Electric Power, G. L. Addenbrooke, 464; Model Engineer Exhibition, 494 ; Brinell Method of
228; the Bell Telephone, 244; How Telegraphs and Determining Hardness, Harold Moore, 497 ; Catalogue
Telephones Work, C. R. Gibson, 244; Technical Elec- of the Wheeler Gift of Books, Pamphlets, and Periodicals
tricity, H. T. Davidge and R. W. Hutchinson, 244; New in the Library of the American Institute of Electrical
Method of Determining an Electrical Resistance in Abso- Engineers, Prof. C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 512 ; Institution of
lute Measure, E. B. Rosa, 266; Einführung in die Eiec- Civil Engineers' Awards, 524; Gas-driven Water Pump,
trotechnik, Dr. C. Heinke, Prof. Gisbert Kapp, 273 ; H. A. Humphrey, 527 ; Heat Transmission, Prof. W. Ė.
History and Present Position of the Question of the Dalby, at Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 533 ; In-
Fundamental Electrical Cnits, Prof. Paul Janet, :97 ; fluence of the Railroads of the United States and Canada
Phenomena Exhibited by Electric Arcs between Mctai on the Mineral Industry, Dr. J. Douglas, 539; see also
Electrodes, W. G. Cady and G. W. Vinal, 297; Be- British Association
haviour of Rectifiers of Alternating Electric Currents, England : Illustrated Guide to the Trees and Flowers of
G. W. Pierce, 355; Electrical Strength of Air, E. A. England and Wales, H. G. Jameson, 422
Watson, 376; die Strahlen der positiven Elektrizität, Enock (F.), Living Stick-Insects (Bacillus rossi), 21
Prof. E. Gehrcke, 394 ; the Royal Observatory and Elec- | Entomology: Living Stick-Insects (Bacillus rossi), F.
tric Tramways, 399; Rapid Electro-analysis with Enock, 21; Plume-moths of Ceylon, T. B. Fletcher, 22;
Stationary Electrodes, J. T. Stoddard, 404; Lengths of Effect of Physical and Chemical Agencies on Butterfly
the Waves emitted by Generators of Short Electric Pupæ, H. S. Fremlin, 22 ; Anatomy of Ixodes reduvius,
Waves, H. W. Webb and L. E. Woodman, 435; Cata- E. K. Suworow, 22; Cecropia Peltata und ihr Verhältnis
logue of the Wheeler Gift of Books, Pamphlets, and zu Azteca Alfari, zu Atta sexdens und anderen Insekten,
Periodicals in the Library of the American Institute of Karl Fiebrig. 23; Slavery and Social Parasitism among
Electrical Engineers, Prof. C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 512 ; the Ants, Rev. E. Wasmann, 79; Parasites and Antheraea
King opens Royal Edward Tuberculosis Institute at

tyrrhea Caterpillar, 107; Life-histories of the Human
Montreal by Electric Current, 524

Pediculi, C. Warburton, 114; Distribution and Habits of
Elgie (J. H.), the Recent Perseid Shower, 267; Observa- the Tsetse-fly, Glossina palpalis, S. A. Neave, 114; In-
tions of Mars, 405

vestigations of the Large Larch Saw-fly, Nematus erich-
Ellis (T. S.), the Lower Severn : Valley, River, and Estuary soni, Dr. C. Gordon Hewitt, 114; Uniformity of Thoracic
from the Warwickshire to the Bristol Avon, 497

Structure in all Orders of Insects, R. E. Snodgrass, 135 ;
Elm Seedlings, Wych, Rosamund F. Shove, 99

Biassolidze, Dr. H. Stichel, 245; African Entomological
Elmhirst (R.), Whelks as Cod-Food, 204

Research Committee, 278; the Scaly-winged, a Book or.
Employment, Child, and Evening Continuation Schools, Butterflies and Moths for Beginners, R. B. Henderson,
Ciril Jackson, 50

304; Catalogue of the Lepidoptera Phalænæ in the
Encke, the Identity of Comets 1908a and 1908b, Dr. Ebell, 83 British Museum, Vol. viii., Catalogue of the Noctuidæ,
Endemann (Dr. Hermann), Death of, 524

Sir George F. Hampson, Bart., 455; the Reproductive
Energie, das Prinzip der Erhaltung der, Dr. Max Planck,

Apparatus of Insects, Prof. J. Meisenheimer, 433 :
361

Attempt to Check Ravages on Tea-plants in Ceylon of
Engineering : Obituary Notice of Dr. G. F. Deacon, 16; the Shot-hole Borer Beetle by Introducing a Preda-

Ilgner-operated Winding-engines, R. H. Collingham, 19; ceous Beetle (Clerus formicarius), E. E. Green, 462 ;
Mechanical Testing of Cast Iron, Ch. Fremont, 45; Water-Beetle, Laccobius scutellaris, at Brockenhurst, I'r.
New Rules Issued by Lloyd's Register, 45; Resistance David Sharp, 462 ; New Beetle, Dryops anglicus, from
of Rivets, Ch. Frémont, 81; New Magnetic Gearing, Horning, J. Edwards, 462 ; Occurrence in Sussex of the
Jules Lecoche, 82; Efficiency of Reaction Steam Tur- Continental Dragon-fly, Somatochlora metallica, E. R.
bines, 109; Ignition Systems of Motor Cars, 138; Effect Speyer, 462 ; Occurrence of the Trichopterid Limnophilis
of Internal Friction in Cases of Compound Stress, G. H. fuscinervis the West of Ireland, K. J. Mort 462 ;
Gulliver, 149; Experimental Method of Investigating die geographische Verbreitung der Schmetterlinge, Dr.
Certain Systems of Stress, G. H. Gulliver, lån. Results Arnold Pagenstecher, 482 ; the Occurrence in India of the
of Some Experiments on Solid Steel Bars under Com-

Pappataci Fly (Phlebotomus papatasii), Dr. N. Annan-
bined Stress, c. A. Smith, 355 ; Recent Improvements dale, 518
in the Internal-combustion Engine, H. E. Wimperis, 171, Entwicklungserregung des tierischen Eies, die chemische
201, 234 : the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 175; (Künstliche Parthenogenese), Jacques Loeb, 459
Refrigerating Installations on Ships, Robert Balíour, 198 ; Entwicklungsgeschichte der Wirbellosen Thiere, Lehrbuch
Conference of Engineers and Shipbuilders at Glasgow, der vergleichenden, Prof. E. Korschelt and Prof. K.
203 ; Trials and Performances of the SS. Otaki, Engineer- Heider, 511
Commander W. Mck. Wisnom, 203 ; the Screw Pro- Environment, Man and, F. C. Constable, 306
peller, and other Competing Instruments for Marine Pro- Eötvös (Prof. Baron), Results of Three Years' Work with
pulsion, A. E. Scaton, 213; New Formula Connecting Torsion Balance, 427
the Pressure and Temperature of Saturated Steam, S. Erblichkeitslehre, Elemente der Exakten, W. Johannsen,
Godbeer, 228 ; Metal-cutting by Means of Oxygen, 228; Dr. H. M. Vernon, 424
Gas-engine Theory and Design, A. C. Mehrtens, 245; Eredia (Dr.), Torrential Rains in Sicily and Thunderstorms
Standardisation of Lathe and Planer Tools on a Large in Syracus and Catania, 169
Scale, 267; the Lea Water-Recorder, 267 ; Problemi grafici Erk (Dr. F.), Relations of the Upper Inversion of Tem-
di Trazione Ferroviaria, P. Oppizzi, Prof. Gisbert Kapp, perature to the Areas of High and Low Atmospheric
303 ; Applied Mechanics for Engineers, E. L. Hancock, Pressure, 227
332 ; Aqueduct from the Catskill Mountains to the Erk (Dr. Fritz), Death of, 311
City of New York, 355 ; Fulton's Invention of the Steam- Errera (Léo), Notice sur, L. Fredericq and J. Massart, 333;
boat, 355; the Force of the Wind, Prof. Herbert Chatley, Recueil d'Euvres de, 333
366 ; Death of T. Currie Gregory, 372 ; the Parseval Air- Esch (Dr. W.), the Manufacture of Rubber Goods, 391
ship, 375; the Watt Steam Tilt Hammer, 376; Copen- Eskdalemuir Observatory, 86
hagen Congress on the Testing of Materials of Construc- Esprit, Comment Former un, Dr. Toulouse, 394
tion, 377; Graphical Determination of Earth Slopes, Re- Ethnography : Archæological and Ethnographical Explora-
taining Walls, and Dams, Prof. C. Prelini, 303 ; the tions, 232 ; the Bashongo Tribe, E. Torday, W. M.
Design of Highway Bridges, and the Calculation of Hilton-Simpson, and N. H. Hardy, 232
Stresses in Bridge Trusses, Prof. M. S. Ketchum, 393; Ethnology : Twenty-sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of
the Pilliod Motion, 404; Coating for Pipes for Use American Ethnology, 230; the Pima Indians, Frank Rus-
Underground, H. A. Humphrey, 436; Serviceable Life sell, 230 ; Social Condition, Beliefs, and Linguistic Rela-
and Cost of Renewals of Permanent Way of British tionship of the Tlingit Indians, John R. Swanton, 230 ;
Railways, R. Price-Williams, 437 : Tests for Determining Need for a National Museum of British Ethnology, Henry
the Economy of Steam Engines Used in Driving Revers- Balfour, 265; Ethnology in America, 268; Observations
ing Rolling-mill Engines, C. A. Ablett, 437 ; Fuel on the Creck and Cherokee Indians, Dr. B. S. Barton,
Economy of Dry Blast, Greville Jones, 437; R. S. 268; the Archæology and Ethnology of Nicaragua, E. G.

Squier, 269; Life among the Bushmen, W. E. Stanford, tions, 491 ; Probability of Survival of Trawl-caught Fish
270

Returned to the Sea, J. O. Borley, 491; Size and Age
Étirage, Tréfilage, Dressage des Produits métallurgiques, of Plaice at Maturity, Dr. W. Wallace, 492; Records
M. Georges Soliman, 68

of Catches furnished by Captains of Lowestoft Sailing-
Etymology: Derivation of the Word “ Theodolite," trawlers, Miss R. M. Lee, 492 ; Attempt to Re-introduce
É. H. V. Melvill, 517

the Sturgeon into the Rivers of the Atlantic Coast,
Euclid's Elements, the Thirteen Books of, T. L. Heath, Horace G. Knowles, 524
271

Fishes : Colour Changes in Tropical Sea Perches from the
Eugenics : a First Study of the Inheritance of Vision and Bermudas, C. T. Regan, 119; Changes of Colour among

of the Relative Influence of Heredity and Environment Tropical Fishes, C. H. Townsend, 174; Papers on
on Sight, Amy Barrington and Karl Pearson, F.R.S., 49 ; Reptiles and Fishes, 203 ; Catalogue of the Fresh-water
the Problem of Practical Eugenics, Prof. Karl Pearson, Fishes of Africa in the British Museum (Natural
374; Relative Strength of Nurture and Nature, Ethel M. History), G. A. Boulenger, 216; the Fishes of Illinois,
Elderton, 463

S. A. Forbes and R. E. Richardson, 216; Andrew
Evershed (Mr.), Radial Motion in Sun-spot Vapours, 82 ; Garrett's Fische der Südsee, A. C. L. Günther, 216 ;

Temperature and Pressure Conditions in the Solar Atino- Ova of a Distoma found in the Skeletal Muscles of
sphere, 356

Saccobranchus fossilis, G. C. Chatterjee and T. C.
Evolution : the Darwin Celebrations at Cambridge, . 7;

Ghosh, 270
Evolution in Applied Chemistry, Prof. Otto N. Witt at Fishing : an Angler's Season, W. Earl Hodgson, 37
Seventh International Congress of Applied Chemistry, Fitzmaurice (Maurice, C.M.G.), the National Consumption
51; Nutrition and Evolution, Hermann Reinheimer, 68 ; of Water, W. R. B. Wiseman at Royal Statistical
Natural Selection and Plant Evolution, James B. John- Society, 47
ston, 159 ; Dr. D. H. Scott, F.R.S., 188; Various Criti- Flammarion (Camille), la Planète Mars et ses Conditions
cisms against the Darwinian Theory, Prof. Poulton, 168 ; d'Habitabilité, 33
Tennyson and Evolution, Rev. F. St. John Thackeray, Fleischmann (F. N. A.), Occurrence of Gyrolite in Ireland, 28
195 ; “ Selection Index Numbers " for Breeding, Messrs. Fleming (Prof.), New Method to Secure an almost Un-
Pearl and Surface, 196; the Cult of the Unfit, E. B. damped Series of Oscillations in the Secondary Circuit
Iwan-Müller, 264; Man and Environment, F. C. Con- of the Sender, 19
stable, 306; Evolution, a General Sketch from Nebula to Fletcher (T. B.), Plume-moths of Ceylon, 22
Man, Joseph McCabe, 425

Flora Koreana, T. Makai, 422
Ewald (Carl), the Pond and other Stories, 485

Flora of the West of Ireland, a Tourist's, R. L. Praeger,
Ewart (Dr. J. C., F.R.S.), Possible Ancestors of the 422

Horses Living under Domestication, 57; the “ Prehistoric Florence (J. E.), Proof of Experimental Ammoniuria in
Horse" of Bishop's Stortford, 223

Epilepsy, 330
Explorations in Central Asia, Dr. Stein, 368

Fluids of the Body, the Mercers' Company Lectures on
Explosives : the Rise and Progress of the British Explosives the, Prof. Ernest H. Starling, F.R.S., 362

Industry, 190 ; History of Propellants, Sir Andrew Noble, Flying Animals and Flying Machines, A. Mallock, F.R.S.,
203

247
Fod" (Édouard), Résultats scientifiques des Voyages en

Afrique d', 31
Fabry (Louis), Oscillation of the Sea on June 15, 1909, in Fodor (Antal), Application of the Magnetic Properties of
the Port of Marseilles, 210

Metals to Automatic Coin Machines, 150
Fabry (M.), Comparison of the Spectra of the Centre and Folklore : Folk-tales Current

among Yoruba-speaking
Edge of the Sun's Disc, 110

Peoples, J. Parkinson, 18; a National Folk-museum,
Falconer (Dr. J. D.), Preliminary Mineralogical and Geo- Henry Balfour, 115
logical Survey of Northern Nigeria, 263

Food : a Compendium of Food-microscopy, E. G. Clayton,
Faraday (Michael), Naturgeschichte einer Kerze von, 95 97; Refrigerating Installations on Ships, Robert Balfour,
Farbstoffe, Untersuchung und Nachweis organischer, auf 198; Artificially Bleached Flour, Prof. Halliburton, 496
spektroskopischen Wege, J. Formánek, 37

Föpp! (Dr. August), Vorlesungen über technische
Farmer, the State and the, Prof. L. H. Bailey, 157

Mechanik, 274
Faucon (M. A.), the Latent Heat of Fusion and the Specific Forbes (S. A.), the Fishes of Illinois, 216
Heat of Propionic Acid, 210

Forchheimer (Dr. Philip), Mathematical Solutions of
Fayrer (Sir Joseph), on the Poison of Venomous Snakes Underground Flow of Water, 81

and the Methods of Preventing Death from their Bite, Forel (F. A.), Bronze-age Interments in Switzerland, 371
186

Forest Boundary Stones in Essex, 195
Fearnsides (W. G.), the Howgill Fells and their Topo Forestry : Our Forests and Woodlands, Dr. J. Nisbet, 63 ;
graphy, 89

Trees : a Handbook of Forest Botany for the Woodlands
Feeble-minded, the Problem of the, 158

and the Laboratory, H. Marshall Ward, 63; Forest
Ferber (Captain), Death and Obituary Notice of, 398

Practice in India and Burma, B. Moore, 80; Forests of
Ferguson (Dr. Alexander R.), Studies on Immunity, 214 Colorado, Prof. F. Ramaley, 108; the Loranthus Para-
Fergusson (S. P.), Exploration of the Air with Ballons- site of the Moru and Bau Oaks, E. P. Stebbing, 150 ;
sondes at St. Louis and with Kites at Blue Hill, 223

Proposed “ Arbour Day," W. R. Boelter, 165; Forest
Fermor (L. L.), Mining Administration in India, 219

Administration in Southern Nigeria, H. N. Thompson,
Fernbach (A.), a Poison Elaborated by Yeast, 300

402 ; Forest Experiment Stations, 525
Fertilisers and Manures, A. D. Hall, F.R.S., 483

Formánek (J.), Untersuchung und Nachweis organischer
Féry (Dr.), the Solar Constant and the Apparent Tempera- Farbstoffe auf spektroskopischen Wege, 37
ture of the Sun, 47

Forsyth (Dr. David), Children in Health and Disease, 454
Fiebrig (Karl), Cecropia peltata und ihr Verhältnis zu Fortpflanzung der Tiere, die, Dr. R. Goldschmidt, 243

Azteca Alfari zu Atta sexdens und anderen Insekten, 23 Fossil Plants, E. A. Newell Arber, 304
Finger (Dr. H.), Influence of the Surrounding Medium on Fossil PlantsAdaptation in, Dr. D. H. Scott, F.R.S., at
the Lines of the Spark Spectrum, 496

Linnean Society, 115
Finn (Frank), Wild Beasts of the World, 332 ; the Making Fourneau (Ernest), New Alkaloid Extracted from the Bark
of Species, 481

of Pseudocinchona Africana, 60
Fireball in Sunshine, W. F. Denning, 456

Fournier (L.), Evolution of Hydrogen from Silicochloro-
Fisheries : Report for 1908 on the Lancashire Sea-fisheries form under Silent Discharge, 90

Laboratory at the University of Liverpool and the Sea- Fowler (Prof. A.), Photographs of the Spectrum of
fish Hatchery at Piel, Prof. Herdman, F.R.S., Andrew Scandium, 20; Spectrum of Magnesium Hydride, 58;
Scott, and J. Johnstone. 142; Quarantining Mussels, .. Magnetic Storm of September 25, 396
Johnstone, 142; the Herring-fisheries of the World, Fox (Phillip), Micrometer Measures of Double Stars, 83
H. M. Smith, 433 ; Successful Shipments of Salmon Ova Foxcraft (C.), an Elementary Course in Practical Science,
to New Zealand, 461; North Sea Fisheries Investiga- 363

Fraissinet (J. A.), Death of, 432
France, the Cyanamide Industry of, M. Pluvinage, 222
Franck (Dr. T.), Charge upon Gaseous Ions, 472
Franklin (Prof. W. S.), the Elements of Electricity and

Magnetism, 66
Fraser (Prof. A.), Death of, 166
Fraser (Col. A. T.), the Volcanic Origin of Coal and

Modern Geological Theories, 246
Fraser (Miss H. c. I.), Nuclear Phenomena Ascomy-

cetes in Relation to Heredity, 537
Frazer (Prof. J. G.), Beliefs and Customs of the Australian

Aborigines, 275
Fredericq (L.), Notice sur Léo Errera, 333
Freire-Marreco (Miss B.), Hair- and Eye-colour of School

Children in Surrey, 167
Fremlin (H. S.), Effect of Physical and Chemical Agencies

on Butterfly Pupa, 22
Frémont (Ch.), Mechanical Testing of Cast Iron, 45;

Resistance of Rivets, 81
Frey (Dr. Hans), Mineralogie und Geologie für schweizer-

ische Mittelschulen, 334
Friend (Dr. J. Newton), Corrosion of Iron, 437; Action

of Air and Steam on Pure Iron, 437
Fritsche (Dr. H.), Mean Temperature of the Air at Sea-

level exhibited as a Function of Longitude, Latitude, and

Period of the Year, 81
Froodis (Dr. Otto), Remains of a Lake-dwelling in Sweden,

4бо
Frost (Prof. E. B.), the Yerkes Observatory, u
Fubini (Guido), Propagation of Light Waves, 81
Fuchs (Paul), Artificial Imitation of Lunar Landscape,

356
Fujii (Dr. K.), Structure and Affinities of Cretaceous

Plants, 26
Fyson (P. F.), Improving the Indian Cottons, 108

Gain (Edmond), Seeds Killed by Anæsthetics, 90
Galitzin (Prince), Determination of the Azimuth of the

Seat of an Earthquake by Combining the Indications

of Two Seismographs, 370
Gallagher (W. J.), Pests of Para Rubber Trees, 462
Gams (A.), Synthesis of Papaverine, 150
Garbasso (Prof. Antonio), Propagation of Light Waves, 81
Gardner (Prof. Walter M.), the Dyeing and Cleaning of

Textile Fabrics, F. A. Owen, 5
Garrett (H.), Fall of Meteoric Stone on July 13, 134
Garrett's (Andrew) Fische der Südsee, A. C. L. Gunther,

216
Garrod (Dr. A. E.), Inborn Errors of Metabolism, 96
Gas and Gas-meters, Practical Testing of, C. H. Stone, 97
Gas-engine Theory and Design, A. C. Mehrtens, 245
Gases, to Determine the Refractivity of, Available only in

Minute Quantities, Lord Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S., 519
Gaster (Leon), Modern Methods of Illumination, Lectures

at Royal Society of Arts, 500
Ga (Dr. R. R.), Effects of Tropical Conditions on the

Development of Certain English Enotheras, 538
Gaudechon (H.), Reduction of Plant Assimilation during

Cloudy Weather, 149; Thermal Effects of Moistening

Soils, 239
Gautier (Armand), Gases of Volcanic Fumeroles, 59 ;

Nature and Origin of the Gases which Form in Volcanic

Fumeroles and Craters of Old Volcanoes, 120
Gay-Lussac's Law—its Centenary, Dr. A. N. Meldrum,

519
Gehrcke (Prof. E.), die Strahlen der positiven Elektrizität,

394
Geiger (Dr. H.), Ionisation Produced by an a Particle, 27;

Diffuse Reflection of a Particles, 27
Genius, How to Diagnose, a Study of Human Energetics,

La Mesure rapide des Bases géodésiques, J. René Benoit

and Ch. Ed. Guillaume, 515
Geography : the South Polar Expedition, E. H. Shackle-

ton, 16; Plateau of the San Francisco Peaks with Refer-
ence to its Effect on Tree Life, Dr. P. Lowell, 18; II
Ruwenzori : parte scientifica; risultati delle osservazioni
di S.A.R. il Principe Luigi Amedeo di Savoia, Duca
degli Abruzzi, Sir H. H. Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B.,'
31 ;

Résultats scientifiques des Voyages en Afrique
d'Edouard Fod, Sir H. H. Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B.,
31; Scenery of the Greater Antilles, Sir H. H. Johnston,
45; an Egyptian Oasis : an Account of the Oasis of
Kharga, in the Libyan Desert, with Special Reference
to its History, Physical Geography, and Water Supply,
H. J. Llewellen Beadnell, Prof. John W. Judd, C.B.,
F.R.S., 70; Scottish Expedition to Spitsbergen, Dr.'
William S. Bruce, 87; Bathymetrical Survey of the
Fresh-water Lochs of Scotland, Sir John Murray,
K.C.B., F.R.S., and Laurence Pullar, 155; Sixteenth
Century MS. Map of British Isles, W. Reinhard, 169;
Bathy-orographical Map of Africa, 187; Bathy-orograph-
ical Map of Asia, 187; Cambridge County Geographies :
Somerset, Francis A. Knight and Louie M. Dutton, 188;
Hypsometrical Model of the District of Ingleborough, J.
Foster Stackhouse, 267; the Region known as Chang-
chenmo, Pousse Caillou, 354; Entwickelung und Unter-
gang des Kopernikanischen Weltsystems bei den Alten,
0. T. Schulz, 365; Explorations in Central Asia, Dr.
Stein, 368 ; New Mouth of the Juba, 401 ; Coast Changes
in East Yorkshire, T. Sheppard, 403 ; a Sketch of the
Geography and Geology of the Himalaya Mountains and
Tibet, Col. S. G. Burrard, F.R.S., and H. H. Hayden,'
424; Tarim River Connected with the Saichar Glacier,
Dr. T. G. Longstaff, 432 ; the Journal of an Expedition
Across Venezuela and Colombia, 1906–7, Dr. Hiram
Bingham, 453 ; die geographische Verbreitung der
Schmetterlinge, Dr. Arnold Pagenstecher, 482 ; Biblio-
theca Geographica, 595; the Mongolia-Sze-Chuan Expedi-
tion, Captain P. K. Kozloff, 526; see also British

Association
Geology: Volcanic “ Neck ” at Scawt Hill, 18; Geology

and Petrology of the Canoblas, N.S.W., C. A. Sussmilch
and Dr. H. 1. Jensen, 30; Il Ruwenzori ; parte scien-'
tifica : risultati delle osservazioni di S.A.R. il Principe
Luigi Amedeo di Savoia, Duca degli Abruzzi, Sir H. H.
Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., 31; Gold : its Geological
Occurrence and Geographical Distribution, J. Malcolm
Maclaren, 34; Death and Obituary Notice of James Par-
sons, 78; Geological Society, 89 ; Carboniferous Lime-
stone of County Clare, James A. Douglas, 89; the How-
gill Fells and their Topography, J. E. Marr, F.R.S.,
and W. G. Fearnsides, 89; die Adamellogruppe, ein
alpines Zentralmassiv, und seine Bedeutung für die
Gebirgsbildung und unsere Kenntniss von dem Mechan-
ismus der Intrusionen, Wilhelm Salomon, 101; Death
and Obituary Notice of Dr. V. R. Matteucci, 134; Miocene
Beds of Nebraska of Aërial Origin, Dr. F. B. Loomis,
135: Carboniferous Fauna from Novaia Zemlya, Dr.
G. W. Lee, 149 ; Radio-activity and Geology, Prof. J.
Joly, F.R.S., 152; Former Extension of the Antarctic
Continent, Prof. H. Kolbe, 167; Tides and the Crust
and the Elasticity of the Terrestrial Globe, Ch. Lalle- .
mand, 239: the Volcanic Origin of Coal and Modern
Geological Theories, Col. A. T. Fraser, 246 ; Preliminary
Mineralogical and Geological Survey of Northern Nigeria,
Dr. J. D. Falconer, 263; Uber das Problem der Schicht-
ung und über Schichtbildung am Boden der heutigen
Meere, E. Philippi, 266; Eoliths found with Remains of
Elephas meridionalis at Dewlish, in Dorset, W. G.
Smith, 266 ; Mineralogie und Geologie für schweizerische
Mittelschulen, Dr. Hans Frey, 3.34 ; the Eskers at Drum-
fane, 353 ; Geologischer Führer durch Dalmatien, Dr. R.
Schubert, 365; Causes of the Asymmetrical Form of the
North-and-South River Valleys in Galicia, Dr. Georg von
Smolenski, 374; Evidence in Favour of an Early Tertiary
Land-connection between North and South America, Dr.
R. F. Scharff, 402 ; Pitting of Flint Surfaces, C. Carus-
Wilson, 403 ; Geology of the City of New York, L. P.
Gratacap, 423 ; a Sketch of the Geography and Geology
of the Himalaya Mountains and Tibet, Col. S. G. Bur-

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rard, F.R.S., and H. H. Hayden, 424; the Geology of Gratacap (L. P.), Geology of the City of New York, 423
South Africa, Dr. F. H. Hatch and Dr. G. S. Corstor- | Gray (H. St. George), Excavation of the So-called Roman
phine, 455; Handbook for Field Geologists, Dr. C. W. Amphitheatre at Charterhouse-on-Mendip, 313
Hayes, 455; the Peat Deposits of Maine, E. S. Bastian Gray (M. H.), Musical Sands in Chile, 126
and C, A. Davis, 490; Investigation of the Peat Bogs Green (E. E.), Attempt to Check Ravages on Tea-plants
and Peat Industry of Canada during the Season 1908-9, in Ceylon of the “Shot-hole Borer” Beetle by Intro-
Messrs. Nyström and Anrep, 490

ducing a Predaceous Beetle (Clerus formicarius), 462
Geometry: Geometrie der Kräfte, H. E. Timerding, Sir Green (G.), Group-velocity and the Propagation of Waves

Robert Ball, F.R.S., 34; the Thirteen Books of Euclid's in a Dispersive Medium, 29
Elements, T. L. Heath, 271; das Theorem des Pytha- Green (Prof. J. A.), Psychologie de l'Enfant et Pédagogie
goras, Dr. H. A. Naber, 361; Il passato ed il presente expérimentale, Dr. Ed. Claparède, 214
delle principali Theorie geometriche, Prof. Gino Loria, Greenish (Prof. Henry G.), Grundriss der Pharmakochemie,
361

Dr. O. A. Oesterle, 184 ; Southall's Organic Materia
German Botanical Congress, 378

Medica, J. Barclay, 184; Lehrbuch der Pharmakognosie,
German Schools, Science Teaching in, 429

Dr. George Karsten and Dr. Friedrich Oltmanns, 454
Gernez (D.), the Nature of the Change undergone by Greenwood (H. C.), Approximate Determination of the

Crystals of Heptahydrated Sodium Sulphate in Contact Boiling Points of Metals, 25
with Crystals of the Decahydrate, 120

Greenwood (H. W.), Technical Assay of Zinc, 540
Gheury (M. E. J.), Suggested Reforms in Meteorological Gregory (T. Currie), Death of, 372
Methods, 464

Greig-Smith (Dr. R.), Influence of the Dilution of Serum
Ghigi (Prof. A.), Feathers of Kalij Pheasants, 196

upon the Phagocytic Index, 330
Ghosh (T. C.), Ova of a Distoma found in the Skeletal Greinacher (Dr. H.), Effects of Incidence of a Rays on a
Muscles of Saccobranchus fossilis, 270

Dielectric, 266
Gibb (David), Motion of Neptune's Satellite, 149

Guérin (C.), Determination of the Bovine or Human Origin
Gibbs (H. D.), Oxidation of Phenol, 404

of Tuberculosis, 135
Gibbs (R. C.), Absorption and Fluorescence of Canary Guerrieri (E.), Observations of Sun-spots, 1908, 20
Glass at Low Temperatures, 473

Guignard (L.), Influence of Anästhesia on the Decomposi-
Gibson (C. R.), How Telegraphs and Telephones Work, tion of Certain Glucosides in Plants, 120
244

Guillaume (Ch. Ed.), la Mesure rapide des Bases géo-
Gibson (Prof. R. J. Harvey), Biology, 243

désiques, 515
Gidley (J. W.), Primitive Diprotodonts, 204

Guinchant (M.), Galvanometer for Alternating Currents,
Gifford (Lieut-Colonel J. W.), New Cemented Triple for 29; Calorimetric and Cryoscopic Constants of Mercuric
Spectroscopic Use, 474

Bromide, 360 ; Thermal Properties of Silver Nitrate, 480
Gilg (Prof. E.), Phanerogamen, 451

Gulliver (G. H.), Effect of Internal Friction in Cases of
Gill (Sir David), Progress of the Great African Arc of Compound Stress, 149 ; Experimental Method of Investi-
Meridian, 427

gating Certain Systems of Stress, 149
Gilson (G.), a Parasite of the Schizopod Crustacean Gas- Guncotton and Nitroglycerine, Improvements in Production
trosaccus spinifer, 44

and Application of, Sir Frederic L. Nathan at Royal
Gimel (Gilbert), Washing of Cider Apples with an Oxidising Institution, 144, 178
Calcium Salt leading to Pure Fermentation, 420

Gunther (A. C. L.), Andrew Garrett's Fische der Südsee,
Glaser (O. C.), Physiology of Nematocysts, 107

216
Glasgow, Conference of Engineers and Shipbuilders at, 203 Gupte (B. A.), Measurements of a Series of Skulls De-
Gleditsch (Mlle.), Ratio between Uranium and Radium in posited in the Indian Museum, Calcutta, 374
Radio-active Minerals, 209

Gurney (Robert), the Malacostracan Cirolana foutis, 44
Glycole, Abhandlung über die, oder Zwei atomige Alko- | Guye (Ph. A.), Reduction of Weighings to Vacuum Applied
hole, Adolf Wurtz, 64

to the Determination of Atomic Weights, 510
Godbeer (S.), New Formula connecting the Pressure and Gypsies : Origin and Rites of the Gypsies, 142 ; the Home
Temperature of Saturated Steam, 228

of the Gypsies, Prof. R. Pischel, 142 ; Gypsy Rites,
Goddard (E. H.), Roman Antiquities in Wiltshire, 108

E. O. Winstedt, 143
Goddard (E. J.), Knowledge of Australian Hirudinea, 480 ; | Gyroscopic Motion, an Elementary Treatment of the
Australian Fresh-water Polyzoa, 480

Theory of Spinning Tops and, Harold Crabtree, Prof.
Goethals (Colonel), the Panama Canal, 448

C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 182
Gold : its Geological Occurrence and Geographical Distri-

bution, J. Malcolm Maclaren, 34
Gold (E.), Diurnal Variation of Temperature in the Free | Haddon (Dr. A. C., F.R.S.), Recently Discovered Fossil

Atmosphere, 6; Report on the Present State of Our Human Remains and their Bearing upon the History of
Knowledge of the Upper Air, 473

the Human Race, Moritz Alsberg, 131; an Anthropo-
Goldschmidt (Dr. R.), die Fortpflanzung der Tiere, 243 logical Survey of the Sudan, 491
Goldstein (Prof. E.), on the Three-fold Emission Spectra of Hadwen (Dr. Seymour), Discovery of a Curative Treat-
Solid Organic Compounds, 470

ment for Malignant Jaundice in the Dog and for Red-
Goodrich (Dr. E.), Origin of the Vertebrates, 504

water in Cattle, with a Demonstration of the Effects of
Gordon (Dr. G. B.), Tribes Inhabiting the Koskokwin Trypanblau upon the Parasites, 21; Successful Curative
Valley, 478

Treatment of Piroplasmosis, 114
Gordon (W. T.), Structure of a New Zygopteris, 537 Hæmoglobin in Invertebrate Blood, the Presence of,
Gorgeu (P.), Machines-Outils, Outillage, Verificateurs, 332 Geoffrey Smith, 395
Gothard (Eugen von), Death and Obituary Notice of, Herr Haggerty (M. E.), Imitation in Monkeys, 195, 434
von Konkoly, 166

Hahn (Dr. Otto), Methods of Separation of Radio-active
Göttingen Royal Society of Sciences, 270

Products, 470
Gouy (M.), Magneto-anodic Phenomena, 239

Haig (Dr. H. A.), Mitosis in Higher Plants, 265
Gowland (Prof.), Hardness of Ancient Bronzes, 405

Haldane (Mr.), on the Promise of Aviation, 177
Gradinesco (A.), Suprarenal Capsules and their Exchanges Hale (Prof. G. E.), Nature of the Hydrogen Flocculi on
between the Blood and Tissues, 239

the Sun, 26; Magnetic Fields of Sun-spots, 137; Mag-
Gradmann (Dr. R.), Nomenclature in Connection with netic Work of the Past Ten Years of U.S. Coast and
Plant Formations, 526

Geodetic Survey and the Carnegie Institute of Washing-
Graebner (Dr. P.), die Pflanzenwelt Deutschlands, 451

ton, 471
Gramophone, Further Experiments with the, Prof. John Hall (A. D., F.R.S.), the Fixation of Nitrogen by Soil
G. McKendrick, F.R.S., 488

Bacteria, 98; Factors determining the Yield of Wheat,
Granville (Dr. Wm. A.), Plane and Spherical Trigono- 475. 535; Fertilisers and Manures, 483 ; Conservation of
metry and Four-place Tables of Logarithms, 241

Soil Fertility, 536
Graphics : Problemi grafici di Trazione Ferroviaria, Hall (Maxwell), Fracture of Cables by the Earthquake of
P. Oppizzi, Prof. Gisbert Kapp, 303

January 14, 1907, 198

Haller (A.), Dimethylcamphor and Dimethylcampholic Acid, Hecker (Prof.), Determination of the Lunar Earth-tides,
29; Trialkylacetophenones and the Trialkylacetic Acids

427
derived from Them, 90

Hecker (Dr. O.), Earth Tides, 472
Halley's Comet, Dr. Holetschek, 46; L. Matkiewitsch, Hedley (C.), Mollusca from the Hope Islands, North

46; Prof. Burnham, 376; Prof. Millosevich, 528; Father Queensland, 480
Searle, 528; Prof. Newall, 529; Halley's Comet Re- Heidenhain (Prof. Martin), Plasma und Zelle, 212
discovered, Prof. Max Wolf, 355; Messrs. Cowell and Heider (Prof. K.), Lehrbuch der vergleichenden Entwick-
Crommelin, 355 ; Visibility of Halley's Comet, W. F. lungsgeschichte der Wirbellosen Thiere, 511
Denning, 395 ;

Observations of, Prof. Wolf, 404; Heil (Adolf), the Manufacture of Rubber Goods, 391
Elements and Ephemeris for Halley's Comet (1909c), Heinke (Dr. C.), Einführung in die Electrotechnik, 273
436; Ephemeris for, Mr. Crommelin, 465

Helium Lines, Difference between Longitudinal and Trans-
Halliburton (Prof.), Artificially Bleached Flour, 496

versal Zeeman Effects in, Prof. H. Nagaoka, 188
Hallowes (K. A. K.), Mining Administration in India, 219 Helium Lines, Variation in Relative Intensity of, P. G.
Halo, Remarkable, of August 21, W. McKeon, 305

Nutting and Orin Tugman, 189
Hampson (Sir George F., Bart.), Catalogue of the Lepido- Helium Production from the Complete Series of Uranium

ptera Phalænæ in the British Museum, Vol. viii., Cata- Products, Rate of, Hon. R. J. Strutt, F.R.S., 158
logue of the Noctuidæ, 455

Hellmann (G.), Codex of Resolutions adopted at Inter-
Hancock (E. L.), Applied Mechanics for Engineers, 332 national Meteorological Meetings, 1872-1907, 5
Hansen (Prof. Emil Christian), Death of, 294; Obituary Henderson (R. B.), the Scaly-winged, a Book on Butter-
Notice of, Arthur R. Ling, 310

fies and Moths for Beginners, 304
Happel (Dr. H.), Properties of the Monatomic Gases, 198 Henderson (Thomas), Supposed Ancient Canoe Discovered
Harcourt (George), the Grain Industry, 447

near Lochmaben, 435
Harcourt (Prof. R.), Comparative Milling and Baking Hennings (Dr. C.), die Säugetiere Deutschlands, 243

Qualities of a Number of Canadian Wheats, 476 ; Henri (Victor), Action of the Ultra-violet Rays upon the
Baking Qualities of Certain Flours, 536

Acetic Fermentation of Wine, 210
Harcourt-Bath (W.), Aurora Display on October 18, 487 Henriot (Emile), Radio-activity of Potassium Salts, 90
Harden (A.), Fermentation of Glucose, Mannose, and Fruc- Hepburn (Prof. D.), Anatomy of the Weddell Seal, 29
tose by Yeast-juice, 57

Herchefinkel (H.), Disengagement of the Radium Emana-
Hardy (N. H.), the Bashongo Tribe, 232

tion, 209; Decomposition of Carbon Dioxide by the
Hardy (W. B.), Influence of the Minerals of Flour on its Ultra-violet Rays, 239
Quality, 476

Herdman (Prof. W. A., F.R.S.), Report for 1908 on the
Harker (A., F.R.S.), the Natural History of Igneous Lancashire Sea-fisheries Laboratory at the University of
Rocks, 331

Liverpool and the Sea-fish Hatchery at Piel, 142 ; Results
Harris (Dr. D. Fraser), John Reid, 1809-1849, 163

obtained by Tow-netting with Modern Nets in the Irish
Harris (R. G.), Illuminating Power of Groups of Pin-hole Sea, 142 ; Our Food from the Waters, 356
Burners, 149

Heredity: a First Study of the Inheritance of Vision and
Harrison (H. E.), Death of, 225

of the Relative Influence of Heredity and Environment
Harrison (W. J.), Decay of Surface Waves Produced by on Sight, Amy Barrington and Karl Pearson, F.R.S.,
a Superposed Layer of Viscous Fluid, 27

49 ; Imitation in Animals, R. W. Yerkes, 79; Inheritance
Hartland (Sidney), Ethnographic Survey of Canada, 477 of fecundity in Poultry, Raymond Pearl and Frank M.
Harwood (A.), Results of Hourly Observations with Surface, 79; Elemente der Exakten Erblichkeitslehre,

Registering Balloons, June 2-3, 1909, 473 ; Report on W. Johannsen, Dr. H. M. Vernon, 424; the Pitcairn
the Present State of Our Knowledge of the Upper Air, Islanders, C. B. Williams, 518
473

Hergesell (Prof.), Proposed Zeppelin Polar Expedition,
Hatch (Dr. F. H.), the Geology of South Africa, 455

493
Haustiere, die Stammesgeschichte unserer, Prof. Dr. T. Herman (Otto), Birds C'seful and Birds Harmful, 42 I
Keller, 243

Heron (A. M.), Mining Administration in India, 219
Havelock (Dr. T. H.), Elementary Mechanics, 156

Herrick (Mr.), Vervus terminalis in the Frog, 107
Hawes (C. H.). Researches in Crete, 478

Hertzsprung (Ejnar), the Ursa-Major System of Stars, 465
Hawk (Prof. Philip B.), Practical Physiological Chemistry, Herzog (Dr. Th.), Vegetation in Sardinia, 312
67

Hezea brasiliensis or Para Rubber, its Botany, Cultivation,
Hawks (E.), the Recent Perseid Shower, 267

Chemistry, and Diseases, Herbert Wright, 3
Hayden (H. H.), Mining Administration in India, 219; a Hewitt (Dr. C. Gordon), Investigations of the Large Larch

Sketch of the Geography and Geology of the Himalaya Saw-fly, Vematus erichsoni, 114
Mountains and Tibet, 424

Hewlett (Prof. R. Tanner), Disinfection and Disinfectants,
Hayes (Dr. C. W.), Handbook for Field Geologists, 455 44: Effect of the Infection of the Intra-cellular Con-
Haves (Rev. J. W.), Origin and Date of the So-called stituents of Bacteria (Bacterial Endotoxins) the
Dene-holes, 313

Opsonising Action of the Serum of Healthy Rabbits, 57 ;
Hazard (Daniel L.), Results of Observations made at the Bacteria in Relation to Country Life, Dr. Jacob G. Lip-

Coast and Geodetic Survey Magnetic Observatories, mann, 62 ; Purification of Water by Storage, Dr.
205

Houston, 269
Health Congress at Leeds, the, 140; the Nature and Extent Hiesemann (Martin), How to Attract and Protect Wild
of Air Pollution by Smoke, Prof. J. B. Cohen and

Birds, 100
A. G. Ruston at, 468

Hildebrandsson (H. H.), Codex of Resolutions adopted at
Heat : the Absolute Value of the Mechanical Equivalent International Meteorological Meetings, 1872-1907, 5;
of Heat in Terms of the International Electrical Units,

la Compensation

les Types des Saisons
Prof. H. T. Barnes, 25; Approximate Determination of simultanés en différent Régions de la Terre, 467
the Boiling Points of Metals, H. C. Greenwood, 25; on Hill (Prof. M. J. M., F.R.S.), Tables of Bessel Functions,
the Calculation of Thermochemical Constants, H. Stanley 38
Redgrove, 37; Action of Metallic Oxides on Methyl Hill-Tout (Mr.), Ethnology of the Okanagan of British
Alcohol, Paul Sabatier and A. Mailhe, 59: Temperature Columbia, 477
of the Oxvhydrogen Flame, Edmond Bauer, 60 : Heat Hillebrand (C.), Search-ephemeris for Winnecke's Comet,
and other Forces, Colonel W. F. Badgley, 363 : Thermal

465
Properties of Silver Nitrate, M. Guinchant, 480; Heat Hilton-Simpson (W. M.), the Bashongo Tribe, 232
Transmission, Prof. W. E. Dalby at Institution of Himalava Mountains and Tibet, a Sketch of the Geography
Mechanical Engineers, 533

and Geology of the, Col. S. G. Burrard, F.R.S., and
Heath (T. L.), the Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements,

H. H. Hayden, 424
271

Hinton (M. A. C.), the Fossil Hare of Ossiferous Fissures
Hébert (Alexandre), Influence of the Radium Radiations on of Ightham, Kent, and Recent Hares, 89

the Chlorophyll and Respiratory Functions of Plants, 150 Hitier (M.), Igriculture in Russia, 197

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