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Hnatek (A.), Tables for the Reduction of “ Standard Co- the Lower Severn : Valley, River, and Estuary from the
ordinates to Right Ascension and Declination, 20

Warwickshire to the Bristol Avon, T. S. Ellis, 497
Hobson (Prof. E. H.), Present State of the Theory of Hygiene : Disinfection and Disinfectants, Prof. R. Tanner
Aggregates, 470

Hewlett, 44; Some Conditions of Social Efficiency in
Hodgson (W. Earl), an Angler's Season, 37

Relation to Local Public Administration, Dr. Newsholme,
Hodson (T. C.), Head-hunting among the Hill Tribes of 141; Child Mortality, Dr. Newman, 141; Relation of
Assam, 80

Health to Industry, Dr. Whitelegge, 141; Veterinary
Hof (Dr. A. C.), Action of lodo-eosin as a Test for Free Inspection of Dairy Cattle, H. G. Bowes, 141; Purifica-
Alkalis in Dried Plant Tissues, 312

tion of Water by Storage, Dr. Houston, Prof. R. T.
Hoffmann (Mr.), Bovine Tuberculosis in Wisconsin, 266 Hewlett, 269
Hogarth (D. G.), lonia and the East, 94; Recent Hittite Hypnotism, including a Study of the Chief Points of
Research, 478

Psychotherapeutics and Occultism, Dr. Albert Moll, 272
Höhnel (Prof. F. von), Certain Fungi Collected in Java,

Ichinohe (Naozo), Maximum of Mira, 1908, 267
Holetschek (Dr.), Halley's Comet, 46

Ichthyology : Nematonurus lecointei, Prof. Louis Dollo,
Hooker (Sir J. D.), New Species of Impatiens, 353

29; Determination of the Ages of Eels of Sweden, 135 ;
Hooper (D.), Black Wax of Burma, 108; Tamarisk Remarks on the Metamorphosis and Distribution of the
Manna, 526

Larvæ of the Eel (Anguilla vulgaris, Turt.), Johs.
Hoppe (Prof. Dr. Edmond), Freiwillige Schülerübungen in Schmidt, 191 ; Changes of Colour among Tropical Fishes,
Physik in humanistischen Gymnasien, 429

C. 11. Townsend, 174 ; Contributions to the Biology of
Horbare, Sichtbare, Elektrische und Röntgenstrahlen, the Plaice, with Special Regard to the Danish Plaice
Dr. Friedrich Neesen, 363

Fishery, iv., Is the Plaice Indigenous to the True
Horizon, Position Finding without an, Prof. C. V. Boys, Baltic? A. C. Johansen, 191; Size and Age of Plaice
F.R.S., 11; Dr. Alfred Brill, 231

at Maturity, Dr. W. Wallace, 492; on the Occurrence
Horner (D. W.), Observing and Forecasting the Weather, of Leptocephali (Larval Murænoids) in the Atlantic W.

of Europe, Johs. Schmidt, 191; on the Larval and Post-
Hörold (R.), Revision of the American Group of larval Stages of some Pleuronectidæ (Zeugopterus, Arno
Thibaudieæ, 265

glossus, Solea), C. G. Joh. Petersen, 191; Whelks as
Horticulture : Control of the San José Scale, 79; Improve- Cod-food, R. Elmhirst, 204 ; Catalogue of the Fresh-

ment of Fruit Trees, 107; Fumigation of Fruit Trees water Fishes of Africa in the British Museum (Natural
under Tents with Hydrocyanic Acid, 169; Necessity for History), G. A. Boulenger, 216; the Fishes of Illinois,
“ Shade" Crops in Market Gardens, 197; Note on S. A. Forbes and R. E. Richardson, 216; Andrew
Solanum etuberosum, 312 ; Death of Peter Barr, 372 ; Garrett's Fische der Südsee, A. C. L. Günther, 216,
Obituary Notice of, 400

Luminous Organ of Anomalops katoptron and Photo-
Hosmer (G. L.), Azimuth, 126

ble pheron palpebratus, Dr. Otto Steche, 526
Hough (Mr.), Reports of Observatories, 200

Igneous Rocks, the Natural History of, A. Harker,
Hougounenq (L.), Hydrolysis of Proteid Materials by

F.R.S., 331
Hydrofluoric Acid, 90

Iguanodont Dinosaurs, the Upper Cretaceous, 160
Houllevigue (L.), Ionisation of Air by High-tension Electric Illinois, the Fishes of, S. A. Forbes and R. E. Richardson,
Mains, 29

House-bells, Occasional Unexplained Ringing of, Sir Oliver Illumination, Modern Methods of, Leon Gaster, at Royal

Lodge, F.R.S., 98; Rev. C. L. Tweedale, 189; Dr. Society of Arts, 500
John Aitken, F.R.S., 246

Illusion, a Kinematical, W. B. Croft, 158; C. S. Jackson,
Houston (Dr.), Purification of Water by Storage, 269
Houstoun (Dr. R. A.), Negative Attempt to Detect Fluor- Immunisation, Studies and their Application to
escence Absorption, 149

Diagnosis and Treatment of Bacterial Infections, Sir
Howard (A. G.), Rainfall of South Africa, 30

A. E. Wright, F.R.S., 362
Hoxton (L. G.), an Optical Phenomenon, 220

Immunity, Studies on, Prof. Robert Muir, Drs. Carl H.
Hull (Prof.), Pressure of Radiation against the Source, Browning, Alexander R. Ferguson, and William B. M.

Martin, 214
Humphrey (H. A.), Coating for Pipes for Use Under- Imperial Cancer Research Fund, the, 86
ground, 436; Gas-driven Water Pump, 527

Imperial Gazetteer of India, Atlas, the, i
Humphreys (Prof. J. W.), European Ballons-sondes India : the Imperial Gazetteer of India, Atlas, 1; Scientific
Observations, 473

Work in India, 111; Mining Administration in India,
Humphries (A. E.), Ideal British Wheat, 78; Quality in T. H. D. La Touche, H. H. Hayden, P. N. Datta, E.
Wheaten Flour, 475 ; Strength of Wheat, 536

Vredenburg, L. L. Fermor, G. E. Pilgrim, G. H. Tipper,
Huntly (G. N.), Curious Case of Corrosion Occurring in H. Walker, K. A. K. Hallowes, G. de P. Cotter, J. J. A.
a Stand-by Boiler, 354

Page, H. C. Jones, A. M. Heron, M. Stuart, N. D.
Hunziker (Mr.), Estimation of Fatin Unsweetened Daru, W. A. K. Christie, 219; Recent Publications on
Evaporated Milk, 226

Agriculture from India and Ceylon, 231; Malaria in
Hupka (Dr. E.), Experiments on the Inertia of the Nega- India, 371 ; a Sketch of the Geography and Geology of

tively Charged Particles of the B Rays from Radium the Himalaya Mountains and Tibet, Col. S. G. Burrard,

Distinctly in Favour of “ Principle of Relativity," 82 F.R.S., and H. H. Hayden, 424 ; the Occurrence in India
Hutchinson (R. W.), Technical Electricity, 244

of the Pappataci Fly (Phlebotomus papatasii), Dr. N.
Hydrogen Layers in the Solar Atmosphere, MM. Deslandres Annandale, 518 ; Anemographic Observations in India,
and d'Azambuja, 498

Hydrography : Prof. Otto Pettersson on Tide-like Move- Innes (R. T. A.), the Relative Atmospheric Efficiency of

ments in Deep Water, Dr. H. R. Mill, 19; Current Telescopes, 199; Reductions applied to the Transvaal
and Temperature Observations in Loch Ness, E. M. Air-temperatures that will in the Mean for the whole
Wedderburn and W. Watson, 148 ; Pettersson's Observa- Country Reproduce the Assumed Temperatures at Sea-
tions on Deep-water Oscillations, E. M. Wedderburn, level, 463
148 ; Mean Temperature of the Sea Surface on the Nor- Inouye (Michio), Untersuchungen über Bau und Entwickel-
wegian Coast, A. S. Steen, 169; Movements of the ung der Niere, 94
Deeper Waters of the Skagerack, Dr. O. Pettersson, 197; Institute of Metals, the, A. McWilliam, 405
Deep-water Oscillations, E. M. Wedderburn, 403 : Hydro- Institute of Metals, Manchester, 540
graphical Investigations in the English Channel for the Institution of Civil Engineers' Awards, 524
Years 1904-5, D. J. Matthews, 492

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the, 175; Heat Trans-
Hydrology : the National Consumption of Water, W. R. B. mission, Prof. W. E. Dalby at, 533

Wiseman at Royal Statistical Society, Maurice Fitz- Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, 539
maurice, C.M.G. 47: Mathematical Solutions of Under- Integral Equations, an Introduction to the Study of, M.
ground Flow of Water, Dr. Philip Forchheimer, 81;

Böcher. 304



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Intelligence, la Naissance de l’, Dr. Georges Bohn, 4 il Principe Luigi Amedeo di Savoia, Duca degli Abruzzi,
Internal-combustion Engine, Recent Improvements in the, 31: Résultats scientifiques des Voyages en Afrique
H. E. Wimperis, 171, 201, 234

a’Edouard Foà, 31; Scenery of the Greater Antilles, 45
International Congress of Applied Chemistry, Seventh, Johnston (J. B.), the Central Nervous System of Verte-
Evolution in Applied Chemistry, Prof. Otto N. Witt at, 51

brates, 274
International Congress of Medicine, the Sixteenth, 369 Johnston (James B.), Natural Selection and Plant Evolu-
International Geodetic Association, the Meeting of the, in

tion, 159
London and Cambridge, 426

Johnston (J. R.), Flora of the Islands of Margarita and
International Meteorological Meetings, Codex of esolu-

Coche, 136
tions adopted at, 1872-1907, H. H. Hildebrandsson and Johnstone (J.), Report for 1908 on the Lancashire Sea-
G. Hellmann, 5

fisheries Laboratory at the University of Liverpool and
International Seismological Association, the, 370

the Sea-fish Hatchery at Piel, 142 ; Quarantining
Invertebrate Blood, the Presence of Hæmoglobin in, Geof.

Mussels, 142
frey Smith, 395

Jolibois (Pierre), the Allotropic States of Phosphorus, 209
Invertebrates, American, 299

Joly (Prof. J., F.R.S.), Radio-activity and Geology, 152
Invertebrates, Some Papers on, 22

Jonckheere (R.), the Shape of the Planet Mercury, 20;
Invicta Number Scheme, the, J. W. Ladner, 515

Observations of Mars, 229, 376; Changes on Mars, 465;
Ion, the Physics of the, 302

Mars, 498
lonia and the East, D. G. Hogarth, 94

Jones (Greville), Fuel Economy of Dry Blast, 437
Ireland, Drought in South-west, Geo. A. Armstrong, 487; Jones (H. C.), Mining Administration in India, 219
Dr. Hugh Robert Mill, 517

Jordan (F. C.), the Orbits of Certain Spectroscopic Binaries,
Ireland, a Tourist's Flora of the West of, R. L. Praeger, 298

Jouguet (E.), Lectures de Mécanique, 301
Iron and Steel Institute, the, 437

Jourdain (Philip E. B.), the Commutative Law of Addition
Irrigation : Diminished Yield of Cotton due to Insufficient and Infinity, 69
Drainage, W. Lawrence Balls, 80

Judd (Prof. John W., C.B., F.R.S.), an Egyptian Oasis :
Irving (Rev. Dr. A.), Musical Sands, 99

an Account of the Oasis of Kharga in the Libyan Desert,
Isle of Wight, a Guide to the Natural History of the, 72 with Special Reference to its History, Physical Geo-
Issler (Dr. E.), Vegetation Conditions in the Central Vosges graphy, and Water Supply, H. J. Llewellyn Beadnell,
Mountains, 496

I wan-Müller (E. B.), the Cult of the Unfit, 264

Jungersen (Prof. H.), Osteology of the Lophobranchii, 504
Jupiter : Mutual Occultation of Jupiter's Second and Fourth

Satellites, M. Pidoux, 110; Zenographical Fragments, ii.,
Jackson (Cyril), Child Employment and Evening Continua. the Motions and Changes of the Markings on Jupiter in
tion Schools, 50

1888, A. Stanley Williams, 125; Observations of Jupiter's
Jackson (C. S.), a First Dynamics, 156; a Kinematical Fifth Satellite, Prof. Barnard, 138; Observations of
Illusion, 220

Jupiter, Prof. Barnard, 170; Jupiter's South Tropical
Jackson (J. W.), Discovery of Large Quantities of Shells Dark Area, Scriven Bolton, 487

of the Pearl-mussel (Unio margaritifer) in Gravel of
Apparently Pleistocene Age in the Thames near Mort-
lake, 495

Kapp (Prof. Gisbert), Einfuhrung in die Electrotechnik,
Jaekel (Prof. O.), New Find of Devonian Vertebrates Dr. C. Heinke, 273 ; Problemi grafici di Trazione Ferro-
between Cassel and Marburg, 196

viaria, P. Oppizzi, 303
James (T. C.), Practical Organic Chemistry, 64

Karsten (Dr. George), Lehrbuch der Pharmakognosie, 454
Jameson (H. G.), Illustrated Guide to the 'Trees and Keane (Dr. C. A.), Modern Organic Chemistry, 64
Flowers of England and Wales, 422

Keeling (B. F. E.), Evaporation in Egypt and the Sudan,
Janet (Prof. Paul), History and Present Position of the 403 ; Terrestrial Refraction in Egypt, 436

Question of the Fundamental Electrical Units, 297 Keller (Prof. Dr. T.), die Stammesgeschichte
Janssonius (H. H.), Mikrographie des Holzes der auf Haustiere, 243
Java vorkommenden Baumarten, 241

Kempson (E. W. E.), the Elementary Theory of Direct
Jarry-Desloges (M.), Observations of Mars, 229, 355, 376, Current Dynamo Electric Machinery, 66

436; Changes on Mars, 314; Mars, 498; Observations Kennard (A. S.), Discovery of Large Quantities of Shells
on the Surface of the Planet Mars from June 4 to of the Pearl-mussel (Unio margaritifer) in Gravel of
October, 1909, 510

Apparently Pleistocene Age in the Thames near Mort-
Java, Mikrographie des Holzes der auf, vorkommenden

Baumarten, Dr. J. W. Moll and H. H. Janssonius, 241 Kennedy' (W. T.), Active Deposits from Actinium in
Javelle (M.), the New Daniel Comet, 29

Uniform Electric Fields, 472
Jefferson (J. C.), the Recent Perseid Shower, 267

Kerkham (J. C.), Inspection of Pearl-banks between Dutch
Jennings (H. W. K.), Effect of Previous Magnetic History Bay Point and Negombo, 461
on Magnetisation, 28

Kernbaum (Miroslaw), Chemical Action of the Penetrating
Jensen (Dr. H. I.), Geology and Petrology of the Canoblas, Rays of Radium on Water, 120; Decomposition of Water
N.S.W., 30

by the Ultra-violet Rays, 209
Jesperson (v.), Weltsprache und Wissenschaft, 218

Kershaw (J. C.), Peripatus found in Ceram, 17
Jessop (Prof. C. M.), Elementary Mechanics, 156

Kerze, Naturgeschichte einer, von Michael Faraday, 95
Johannsen (W.), Elemente der Exakten Erblichkeitslehre, Kesteven (H. L.), Studies on Tunicata, 240

Keswick and Long Meg, Sun and Star Observations at
Johansen (A. C.), Contributions to the Biology of the Plaice, the Stone Circles of, Dr. John Morrow, 128

with Special Regard to the Danish Plaice Fishery, iv., Ketchum (Prof. M. S.), the Design of Highway Bridges,
Is the Plaice Indigenous to the True Baltic ? 191

and the Calculation of Stresses in Bridge Trusses, 393
Johns (Rev. C. A.), British Birds in their Haunts, 100 Kharga, an Egyptian Oasis : an Account of the Oasis of,
Johnson (Prof. Alexander), Why has the Moon no Atmo- in the Libyan Desert, with Special Reference to its
sphere? 486

History, Physical Geography, and Water Supply, H. J.
Johnson (Prof. Douglas W.), Physical History of Nantasket Llewellen Beadnell, Prof. John W. Judd, C.B., F.R.S.,
Beach, 506

Johnson (Prof. S. W.), Death of, 194

Kidston (Dr.), Ancestry of the Osmundaceæ, 537
Johnston (Colonel Sir" Duncan, K.C.M.G., C.B., R.E., Kimura (H.), the Motion of the Pole, 199

F.R.G.S., F.G.S.), Opening Address in Section É at the Kinematic Illusion, a, W. B. Croft, 158; C. S. Jackson,

Meeting of the British Association at Winnipeg, 323
Johnston (Sir H. H., G.C.M.G., K.C.B.), Il Ruwenzori : King (the), on Increased Provision for Advanced Scientific

parte scientifica : risultati delle osservazioni di S.A.R. Instruction and Research, 83


lake, 495


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King (the), Opens Royal Edward Tuberculosis Institute at Larmor (Prof.), Early Drawings of Jupiter by Sir W.
Montreal by Electric Current, 524

Huggins, 469
King (Dr. A. S.), Zeeman Efect in the Spectrum of Larmor (Sir j.), Methods of Separation of Radio-active
Titanium, 354

Products, 470; Terminal Velocity of Fall of Small
King (Prof.), Soil Moisture, 536

Spheres in Air, 472 ; Earth Tides, 472; Effect of Tem-
Klein (Dr.), Black Spots on Chilled Beef, 354

perature Variations on the Luminous Discharge in Gases
Klein (Dr. Robert), Climatology of Styria, 81

for Low Pressures, 473 ; Dynamic Isomerism, 475
Kling (André), Influence of the Radium Radiations on the Latham's (M.) Attempt to Cross the Channel, 103

Chlorophyll and Respiratory Functions of Plants, 150 Laveran (A.), Virulence of the Trypanosomes of Mammals
Klossovsky (Prof. A.), General Treatise of Meteorology, Modified after Passage through Cold-blooded Vertebrates,

210; Trypanolytic Power of the Blood of some Cold-
Knight (Francis A.), Cambridge County Geographies : blooded Vertebrates with respect to Trypanosoma evansi,
Somerset, 188

390 ; Aniline Antimonyl Tartrate in the Treatment of
Knott (Dr. c. G.), Seismic Radiations, 59; the Flight of Trypanosomiasis, 450
Nigerian Arrows, 149

Layard (Nina), Flint Implements Discovered at Larne, 18
Knott (Dr. John), Spontaneous Combustion, 268

Lazarus (Eleonore), Influence of the Reaction of the
Knowles (Horace G.), Attempt to Re-introduce the Sturgeon Medium on the Development and Proteolytic Activity of
into the Rivers of the Atlantic Coast, 524

Davaine's Bacteridium, 269
Knowlton (Dr. Frank H.), Birds of the World, 421

Le Chatelier (H.), Ordinary Carbon, 59
Kobold (Prof.), the Comets of 1907 and 1908, 20; Comet Lea (John), the Romance of Bird Life, 99
190gb (Perrine's 1896 VII.), 267

Leake (H. M.), the Experimental Breeding of Indian
Koehler (A.), Formation of Lactones from Acid Alcohols,

Cottons, 434

Lecoche (Jules), New Magnetic Gcaring, 82
Koehler (Prof. René), Account of the Deep-sea Lee (Dr. G. W.), Carboniferous Fauna from Novaia

Asteroidea Collected by the R.I.M.S.S. Investigator, 67 Zemlya, 149
Köhl (Torvald), the Aurora of September 25, 498; Sep- Lee (Miss R. M.), Records of Catches furnished by the
tember Meteors, 498

Captains of Lowestoft Sailing-trawlers, 492
Kohlrausch's “ Physical Measurements," E. W. Nelson, Leeds Astronomical Society, the, 170
189; Dr. G. Rudorf, 220

Leeds, the Health Congress at, 140
Kohn-Abrest (E.), Method for the Rapid Estimation of Leick (Erich), die biologischen Schülerübungen, 429
Metallic Aluminium, 239

Leighton (H.), History of the Clayworking Industry in the
Kolbe (Prof. H.), Former Extension of the Antarctic Con- United States, 452
tinent, 167

Lemoult (P.), Apparatus for Determining the Calorific
Komatsu (Mr.), a Series of Isomeric Phenylphthalimides, Power of Gaseous Combustibles, 330; Estimation of

Phosphorus in Combustible Substances by the Calori-
Konkoly (Herr von), Death and Obituary Notice of Eugen metric Bomb, 390
von Gothard, 166

Lepidoptera : Brassolidæ, Dr. H. Stichel, 245; the Scaly-
Kopernikanischen Weltsystems bei den Alten, Entwickelung winged, a Book on Butterflies and Moths for Beginners,
und Untergang des, O. T. Schulz, 365

R. B. Henderson, 304; Catalogue the Lepidoptera
Kopff (Herr), Re-discovery of Perrine's Comet, 229

Phalænæ in the British Museum, Vol. viii., Catalogue
Köppen (Prof.), Suggested Reforms in Meteorological of the Noctuidæ, Sir George F. Hampson, Bart., 455 ;
Methods, 464

die geographische Verbreitung der Schmetterlinge, Dr.
Korallen und andere gesteinsbildende Tiere, Dr. Walther Arnold Pagenstecher, 482
May, 243

Lépine (R.), Total Sugar of the Plasma and Globules of
Koreana, Flora, T. Makai, 422

the Blood, 510
Korschelt (Prof. E.), Lehrbuch der vergleichenden Entwick- Leptocephali, on the Occurrence of, (Larval Murænoids)
lungsgeschichte der Wirbellosen Thiere, 511

in the Atlantic W. of Europe, Johs. Schmidt, 191
Kövessi (François), Development of Plant Hairs, 90

Levy (Dr. H.), Physical Properties of Water from the
Kozloff (Captain P. K.), the Mongolia-Sze-Chuan Expedi.

Thermodynamical Point of View, 464
tion, 526

Lewis (E. 1.), the Elements of Organic Chemistry, 64
Kryptogamer, Dr. M. Möbius, 451

Lewkowitsch (Dr. J.), Chemical Technology and Analysis
Kučera (Dr. B.), Radiation of Radio-tellurium, 138

of Oils, Fats, and Waxes, 211
Kuhara (Mr.), a Series of Isomeric Phenylphthalimides, 528 Lewton-Brain (L.), Bacterial Flora of Hawaiian Sugars, 226
Kuntze (Dr. F.), Hermann and Robert Grassmann's Elec-

Lian (Wang Shoh), Inaugural Meeting of the China Philo-
tronic Theory, 45

sophical Society,, 461
Lie-Pettersen (0. J.), the Icterine Tree-warbler, 87

Light, the Absorption of, in Space, J. A. Parkhurst, 314
La Touche (T. H. D.), Mining Administration in India, 219 Lighting: Illuminating Power of Groups of Pin-hole
Laboratories : Researches at the National Physical Labora-

Burners, R. G. Harris, 149; Comparative Merits of
tory, 163; the Journal of the Cooper Research Labora-

Photometers of Various Types, L. W. Wild, 169 ; Modern

Methods of Illumination, Leon Gaster at Royal Society
tory, 187

of Arts, 500
Lacroix (A.), Polished Stonework in the Haut-Oubanghi, 59
Ladenburg (Prof. A.), Histoire du Développement de la

Ling (Arthur R.), Obituary Notice of Prof. Emil Christian
Chimie depuis Lavoisier jusqu'a nos Jours, 96

Hansen, 310
Ladner (J. W.), the Invicta Number Scheme, 515

Linné's (Carl von) Bedeutung als Naturforscher und Arzt,
Lafay (A.), Measurements of High Pressures Deduced from

the Variations of Resistance of Conductors Submitted to Linnean Society, 89; Adaptation in Fossil Plants, Dr.
the Pressures to be Measured, 480

D. H. Scott, F.R.S., 115
Lallemand (Ch.), Tides and the Crust and the Elasticity

Linnean Society, New South Wales, 30, 60, 240, 330, 480
of the Terrestrial Globe, 239; Theoretical Tides of the Linolite Company, the, Metallic Filament Tubolite," 20

Geoid, 360 ; Movements of the Earth's Surface, 457 Lipmann (Dr. Jacob G.), Bacteria in Relation to Countı y
Lancashire Sea-fisheries' Laboratory at the University of Life, 63

Liverpool and the Sea-fish Hatchery at Piel, Report for Ljungberg (E. J.), Production of Iron and Steel by the
1908 on the, Prof. Herdman, F.R.S., Andrew Scott, and Electric Smelting Process, 437
J. Johnstone, 142

Lockyer (Sir Norman, K.C.B., F.R.S.), Origin of Certain
Landolph (F.), the Glucoses of the Urine, 239

Lines in Spectrum of e Orionis, 26; a Discussion of
Lanigan (F. W.). Organisation for the Collection and Australian Meteorology, 40
Transport ct Grain in the Wheat Area, 448

Lockver (Dr. William J. S.), la Planète Mars et ses Condi-
Lankester (Sir E. Ray, K.C.B., F.R.S.), Obituary Notice of tions d'Habitabilité, Camille Flammarion, 33 ;

a Dis-
Anton Dohrn, 429

cussion of Australian Meteorology, 40



Locy (Prof. W. A.), Service of Zoology to Intellectual Pro- empfindungen, Prof. Richard Semon, 302 ; Further Ex-
gress, 525

periments with the Gramophone, 488
Lodge (Sir Oliver, F.R.S.), Occasional Unexplained Ring- Mackenzie (Dr. Duncan), Archæological and Ethnological

ing of House-bells, 98 ; Magnetic Storms and Solar Erup- Researches in Sardinia, 478
tions, 425, 456; Magnetic Storms, 485

McKeon (W.), Remarkable Halo of August 21, 305
Loeb (Jacques), die chemische Entwicklungserregung des Maclaren (J. Malcolm), Gold: its Geological Occurrence
tierischen Eies (Künstliche Parthenogenese), 459

and Geographical Distribution, 34
Loeser (Rudolf), • Ciliated Funnels" of the Leeches, 136 Maclean (Dr. John), the Blackfoot Medical Priesthood, 477
Logarithmic and Other Tables, Five-figure, Frank Casile, McLennan (Prof. J. C.), the Secondary Rays Excited in

Different Metals by a Rays, 470-1
Logarithms, Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and Four- Macnutt (Barry), the Elements of Electricity and Mag-
place Tables of, Dr. Wm. A. Granville, 241

netism, 66
Lohse (Dr.), the South Polar Spot on Mars, 298

McWeeney (Prof. E. J.), Value of Benzidine for the Detec-
Lohse (Prof. O.), Publikationen des Astrophysikalischen tion of Minute Traces of Blood, 89
Observatoriums zu Potsdam, Doppelsterne, 492

McWilliam (A.), the Institute of Metals, 405
Lombroso (Prof. C.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 494 Magic, Semitic, its Origins and Development, R. Camp-
London : the Meeting of the International Geodetic Asso- bell Thompson, 514

ciation in London and Cambridge, 426; the Opening of Magic Squares and Magic Cubes, Easy Methods of Con-
the London Medical Session, 438

structing the Various Types of, with Symmetric Designs
Longstaff (Dr. T. G.), Tarim River connected with the Founded Thereon, Dr. John Willis, 182
Saichar Glacier, 432

Magnetism : Effect of Previous Magnetic History
Loomis (Dr. F. B.), Miocene Beds of Nebraska of Aërial Magnetisation, E. Wilson, G. E. O'Dell, and H. W. K.
Origin, 135

Jennings, 28; Effect of a Magnetic Field on the Electrical
Lorenz (R.), Weltsprache und Wissenschaft, 218

Conductivity of Flame, Prof. H. A. Wilson, 56; Mag-
Loria (Prof. Gino), Il passato ed il presente delle principali netic Transformation of Lead, M. Loutchinsky, 60; the
Theorie geometriche, 361

Elements of Electricity and Magnetism, Prof. W. S.
Louis (Prof. Henry), the Dressing of Minerals, 91; Mineral Franklin and Barry Macnutt, 66; Magnetic Qualities of
Resources of the United States, 174

Steels and their Composition, T. Swinden, 137; Magnetic
Louise (E.), New Method of Analysis by Curves of Mis- Fields of Sun-spots, Dr. Hale, 137; Application of the
cibility ; its Application to Oils used for Food, 209

Magnetic Properties of Metals to Automatic Coin
Loutchinsky (M.), Magnetic Transformation Lead, 60 Machines, Antal Fodor and M. de Büty, 150 ; Magnetic
Love (Prof. A. E. H.), Earth Tides, 472

Survey Yacht Carnegie, 169; the Carnegie, Magnetic
Low (Sidney), Darwinism and Politics, 310

Survey Vessel, Dr. L. A. Bauer, 494 ; First Magnetic
Lowe (C. W.), Number of Bacteria in the Air of Winnipeg, Results obtained on the Carnegie in the North Atlantic,

Dr. L. A. Bauer and W. J. Peters, 529; Magneto- und
Lowell (Dr. P.), Plateau of the San Francisco Peaks with Elektro-optik, Dr. Woldemar Voigt, 185; Results of
Reference to its Effect on Tree Life, 18

Observations made at the Coast and Geodetic Survey
Lowell (Prof.), Planets and their Satellites, 315; Presence Magnetic Observatories, Daniel L. Hazard, Dr. C.

of Free Oxygen in the Atmosphere of Mars, 390 ; Observa- Chree, F.R.S., 205; Photographic Study of Mayer's
tions of Mars, 405; Observations of Saturn, 405; Photo- Floating Magnets, Louis Derr, 228; Magneto-anodic
graphs of Jupiter, 469

Phenomena, M. Gouy, 239 ; la materia radiante e i raggi
Lowell's (Prof.) New 40-inch Reflector, 229

magnetici, Prof. A. Righi, 245; Magnetic Storm of
Lowry (Dr. T. M.), Study of Rotatory Dispersion, 119; September 25, Dr. Chree, F.R.S., 395; Prof. A. Fowler,

Dynamic Isomerism, 475; Useful Improvements in the 396; the Magnetic Storm, Rev. Walter Sidgreaves, 426;
Technique of Optical Investigations, 475

the Recent Magnetic Storm and Aurora, Basil T. Rows-
Lucas (Frederic A.), Birds of the World, 421

well, 436; Magnetic Storms and Solar Eruptions, Sir
Ludgate (Percy E.), a New Analytical Engine designed by, Oliver Lodge, F.R.S., 425, 456; Dr. C. Chree, F.R.S.,
Prof. C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 14

456; Magnetic Disturbance and Aurora Borealis of Sep-
Luizet (M.), Maximum of Mira in 1908, 138

tember 25, 1909, Alfred Angot, 480 ; Magnetic Storms,
Lunacy : the Problem of the Feeble-minded, 158

Sir Oliver Lodge, F.R.S., 485; Dr. W. van Bemmelen,
Lunar Landscape, Artificial Imitation of, Paul Fuchs, 356
Lyman (Prof. T.), Ascertained Properties of Light of Very Mailhe (A.), Action of Metallic Oxides on Methyl Alcohol,
Short Wave-lengths ( Schumann Rays "), 469

Lynn (W. T.), Styles of the Calendar, 277

Maillard (M.), Extraction of Lutecium from the Gadolinite
Lyons (Captain H. G.), Report on the Rains of the Nile Earths, 120

Basin and the Nile Flood of 1907, 143 ; the Cadastral Makai (T.), Flora Koreana, 422
Survey of Egypt, 1892-1907, 194

Malaria : Malaria in India, 371; Imperial Malaria Con-

ference, 494

Mallock (A., F.R.S.), Flying Animals and Flying Machines,
Macallum (Prof. A. B.), Inorganic Composition of the Blood

in Puerperal Eclampsia, 507

Man, the Antiquity of, in South America, Dr. Florentino
McCabe (Joseph), Evolution, a General Sketch from Nebula

Ameghino, 534 ; Señor Outes, Dr. Ducloux, and Dr. H.
to Man, 425

Bücking, 534
McCall (Stewart J.), Cotton in America, 227

Man and Environment, F. C. Constable, 306
MacDonald (Prof.), Effect of Temperature Variations on Man, Evolution, a General Sketch from Nebula to, Joseph
the Luminous Discharge in Gases for Low Pressures,

McCabe, 425

Manchester, Institute of Metals, 540
MacDowall (Alex. B.), the Summer Season of 1909, 335 Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, 509
MacGregor (Sir William), the Liverpool School of Tropical Mansfield Automatic Water Finder, the, A. A. Campbell
Medicine, 432

Swinton, 456 ; Dr. J. Wertheimer, 518
Machines-Outils, Outillage, Verificateurs, P. Gorgeu, 332 Manures, Fertilisers and, A. D. Hall, F.R.S., 483
McIntosh (William), Present Native Population and Traces Manville (Dr. O.), les Découvertes modernes en Physique,
of Early Civilisation in the Province of New Brunswick,


Marconi (Mr.), Cable Rates and Press Intercommunication,
McKeehan (L. A.), Terminal Velocity of Fall of Small

Spheres in Air, 472

Marine Biology : Arenaceous Foraminifera, E. Heron Allen
McKendrick (Prof. John G., F.R.S.), the Science of Speech, and A. Earland, 79; Results obtained by Tow-netting

an Elementary Manual of English Phonetics for Teachers, with Modern Nets in the Irish Sea, Prof. Herdman, 142 ;
Benjamin Dumville, 124; the Central Nervous System Globular Organisms in the Tide-wash on the Orissa
of Vertebrates, J. B. Johnston, 274; die mnemischen Coast of India, Dr. N. Annandale, 296; New Type of
Empfindungen in ihren Beziehungen zu den Original- Gephyrean Worm, Captain F. H. Stewart, 296; the Life-




history of Diphlebia lestoides, Selys, R. J. Tillyard, 330 ; 484; Taschenbuch für Mathematiker und Physiker, Felix
Our Food from the Waters, Prof. W. A. Herdman, Auerbach, 484; Death of Dr. living Stringham, 493 ;
F.R.S., 356; Exploration of the Fauna and Flora of the Mathematical Work of Sully Prudhomme, Prof. H.
Waters of Lake Tanganyika, 461; Inspection of Pearl- Poincaré, 496; Problems Connected with Games of
banks between Dutch Bay Point and Negombo, T. Chance, Prof. J. L. Coolidge, 496; see also British
Southwell and J. C. Kerkham, 461

Marloth (Dr. Rudolf), Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der Matkiewitsch (L.), Halley's Comet, 46
deutschen Tiefsee-Expedition auf dem Dampfer Valdivia, Matteucci (Dr. V. R.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 134
1898-1899, das Kapland, insonderheit das Reich der

Matthews (D. J.), Hydrographical Investigations in the
Kapflora, das Waldgebiet und die Karroo, pflanzen- English Channel for the Years 1904-5, 492
geographisch dargestellt, 129; New South African Succu- Mavor (Prof.), Agricultural Development of Canada,
lents, 240; Absorption of Water by Aërial Organs of

1904-9, 506; Possibility of Extending the Food Produc-
Plants, 270

tion of Canada, 535
Marr (J. E., F.R.S.), the Howgill Fells and their Topo- Maxon (W. R.), Studies of Tropical American Ferns, 434
graphy, 89

May (Dr. Page), Tracts in the Spinal Cord, 507 ; the
Marriott (W.), Some Facts About the Weather, 45

Delimitation of the Motor Area in the Cerebral Cortex
Mars : la Planète Mars et ses Conditions d'Habitabilité, Demonstrated by the Method Retrograde Chromatolysis,

Camille Flammarion, Dr. William J. S. Lockyer, 33; 508
Observations of Mars R. Jonckheere, 229, 376; M. May (Dr. Walther), Korallen und andere gesteinsbildende
Jarry-Desloges, 229, 355, 376, 436; M. Antoniadi, 355,

Tiere, 243
436; M. Quénisset, 355; Prof. Lowell, 405; J. H. Elgie, Mechanical Engineers, the Institution of, 175
405; the South Polar Spot on Mars, Dr. Lohse, 298; Mechanics : Geometrie der Kräfte, H. E. Timerding, Sir
Changes on Mars, M. Jarry-Desloges, 314 ; R. Jonck- Robert Ball, F.R.S., 34 ; Théorie des Corps désormables,
heere, 465; M. Antoniadi, 465; the Approaching Opposi- E. and F. Cosserat, 67; a First Dynamics, C. S. Jack-
tion of Mars, William E. Rolston, 336; Water Vapour son and W. M. Roberts, 156; Elementary Mechanics,
in the Martian Atmosphere, Prof. Campbell, 376; Mars, Prof. C. M. Jessop and Dr. T. H. Havelock, 156;
M. Jarry-Desloges, 498; M. Jonckheere, 498; MM. Vorlesungen über technische Mechanik, Dr. August
Quénisset and Antoniadi, 498; Observations on the Sur- Föppl, 274; Lectures de Mécanique, E. Jouguet, 301 ;
face of the Planet Mars from June 4 to October, 1909, Applied Mechanics for Engineers, E. L. Hancock, 332;
R. Jarry-Desloges, 510; Quantitative Measures of the Machines-Outils, Outillage, Verificateurs, P. Gorgeu,
Oxygen Bands in the Spectrum of Mars, Prof. Very,


Mediæval Sinhalese Art, Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, 39
Marsden (E.), Diffuse Reflection of a Particles, 27 Medicine: Value of Benzidine for the Detection of Minute
Marshall (Prof. C. R.), Pharmacological Action of Proto- Traces of Blood, Prof. E. J. McWeeney, 89; Barnato

catechyltropeine, 59; the Toot Poison of New Zealand, its Cancer Wards at Middlesex Hospital, 195; Inaccurate
Pharmacological Action, 59

Method of Stating Dosage, Prof. Benjamin Moore, 196 ;
Marshall (Dr. Francis H. A.), Experimental-Zoologie, Part Physiology at the British Medical Association, 200; Drugs
ii., Regeneration, Dr. Hans Przibram, 61

and the Drug Habit, Dr. Harrington Sainsbury, 271;
Martin (E. A.), Scientific Studies of Dew-ponds, 458

Materia Medica Among the Zulus, Father A. T. Bryant,
Martin (Dr. William B. M.), Studies on Immunity, 214 298 ; the Sixteenth International Congress of Medicine,
Mašek Dr. B.), Radiation of Radio-tellurium, 138

369; the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Sir
Masô (Rev. Miguel Saderro), List of the Strong Earth- William MacGregor, 432; the Opening of the London

quakes felt in the Philippine Islands during the Last Medical Session, 438; Death and Obituary Notice of
Half-century, 527

Dr. George E. Post, 493
Massart (J.), Notice sur Léo Errera, 333

Mehrtens (A. C.), Gas-engine Theory and Design, 245
Massol (G.), the Latent Heat of Fusion and the Specific Meisenheimer (Prof. J.), the Reproductive Apparatus of
Heat of Propionic Acid, 210

Insects, 433
Mathematics : a New Analytical Engine designed by Percy Meldola (Prof. R., F.R.S.), the Making of Species, Douglas

E. Ludgate, Prof. C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 14; Results in Dewar and Frank Finn, 481
the Theory of Elimination, A. L. Dixon, 25; Tables of Meldrum (Dr. A. N.), Gay-Lussac's Law-its Centenary,
Bessel Functions, Prof. M. J. M. Hill, F.R.S., 38;

Bessel's Functions, A. B. Basset, F.R.S., 68; the Com- Mellor (Dr. J. W.), History of the Clayworking Industry
mutative Law of Addition and Infinity, Philip E. B. in the United States, Dr. H. Ries and H. Leighton, 452
Jourdain, 69; G. B. M., 69; Vectors and Vector Dia | Melvill (E. H. V.), Derivation of the Word Theodolite,"
grams Applied to Alternating Current Circuit, W. Cramp

and C. F. Smith, 93 ; Vector Analysis, Dr. J. G. Coffin, Memory, the Economy and Training of, Henry J. Watt,
392 ; Electromagnetic Method of Studving the Theory of

and Solving Algebraical Equations of any Degree, Dr. Menegaux (Dr. E.), Collection of American Egrets as
Russell and Mr. Alty, 119; a Question of Percentages, Ospreys," 167
J. T. Cunningham, 159 ; Lewis Whalley, 220; Prof. R. Mercers' Company Lectures on the Fluids of the Body, the,
Abegg, 220 ; Spencer Pickering, F.R.S., 275; Percentages Prof. Ernest H. Starling, F.R.S., 362
in Schooi Marks, J. D. Hamilton Dickson, 367; Easy | Mercury, the Shape of the Planet, R. Jonckheere, 20
Methods of Constructing the Various Types of Magic Méridiennes, les Observations, Théorie et Pratique, F.
Squares and Magic Cubes with Symmetric Designs Boquet, 301
founded thereon, Dr. John Willis, 182; Verification of Merrill (E. D.), Botany of the Philippine Islands, 265
a Mersenne's Number, Lieut.-Colonel Allan Cunningham, Merritt (Prof. E.), Effects of Low Temperature on Fluores-
194; Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and Four-place cence Spectra, 473
Tables of Logarithms, Dr. Wm. A. Granville, 241; a Metabolism, Inborn Errors of, Dr. A. E. Garrod, 96
Course of Mathematics for Students of Engineering and Metallic Ores, Genesis of, and of the Rocks which Enclose
Applied Science, Fredk. S. Woods and Fredk. H. Bailey, Them, B. Symons, 242
241; the Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements, T. L. Metallurgy : Liquidus Curves of the Ternary System
Heath, 271; Vorlesungen über technische Mechanik, Dr. Aluminium-Copper-Tin, J. H. Andrew and C. A. Edwards,
August Föppl, 274; an Introduction to the Study of 26; Mechanical Testing of Cast Iron, Ch. Frémont, 453
Integral Equations, M. Bôcher, 304; das Theorem des Separation of Graphite in White Cast Iron Heated under
Pythagoras, Dr. H. A. Naber, 361; il passato ed il Pressure, Georges Charpy, 60; Tests on Cast Iron, E.
presente delle principali Theorie geometriche, Prof. Gino Adamson, 438 ; Growth of Cast Irons after Repeated
Loria, 361; the Stability of Aëroplanes, Prof. Herbert Heatings, Profs. H. F. Rugan and H. C. H. Carpenter,
Chatley, 366 ; Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 366 ; Properties 12-: Antimony: its History, Chemistry, Mineralogy,
of Möbius's Surface, Prof. C. E. Cullis, 375; Death Geology, Metallurgy, Uses. Preparations, Analysis, Pro-
of Dr. Hugh Blackburn, 460; Obituary Notice of, 522 ; duction, and Valuation, Chung Yu Wang, 68; Etirage,
Five-figure Logarithmic and Other Tables, Frank Castle, Tréfilage, Dressage des Produits métallurgiques, M.

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