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Georges Soliman, 68; the Dressing of Minerals, Prof. Sudan, B. F. E. Keeling, 403 ; Meteorological Charts
Henry Louis, 91; a Transition Point in Zinc Amalgam, of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, 435; Climatic
Prof. H. S. Carhart, 119; Technical Assay of Zinc, Features of Wyoming and their Relation to Dry-
H. W. Greenwood and Dr. E. J. Brislee, 540 ; Copper farining,'' W. S. Palmer, 435; Scientific Studies of
and Copper Alloys, J. T. Milton, 405; Hardness of Dew-ponds, E. A. Martin, 458; Violent Storm at Havana
Ancient Bronzes, Prof. Gowland, 405; Use of Heating and the Coast of Florida, 460; Reductions applied to
Curves, Dr. Shepherd, 405; Relation between Science the Transvaal Air-temperatures that will in the Mean
and Practice, Sir Gerard A. Muntz, Bart., 406 ; Sparks for the Whole Country Reproduce the Assumed Tem-
as Indicators of Different kinds of Steel, Max Bermann, peratures at Sea-level, R. T. A. Innes, 463 ; Suggested
436; the Iron and Steel Institute, 437; Production of Reforms in Meteorological Methods, M. E. J. Gheury,
Iron and Steel by the Electric Smelting Process, E. J. 464; H. H. Clayton, 464 ; Prof. Köppen, 464; sur la
Ljungberg, 437; Constitution of Carbon-tungsten Steels, Compensation entre les Types des Saisons simultanés
T. Swinden, 438 ; Report on the Mining and Metallurgical en different Régions de la Terre, H. Hildebrand Hilde-
Industries of Canada, 1907-8, 511; Surface Appearance brandsson, 467; Drought in South-west Ireland, Geo. A.
of Solders, C. O. Bannister and H. J. Tabor, 540 ; Armstrong, 487; Drought in South-west Ireland, Dr.
Causes of Corrosion of Copper and Brass, E. L. Rhead, Hugh Robert Mill, 517; an Aurora Display on October
540 ; Copper-zinc Alloys, Prof. T. Turner and M. T. 18, W. Harcourt Bath, 487; Ernest J. Baty, 518; W.
Murray, 540; Elastic Breakdown of Non-ferrous Metals, Austin Morley, 518; Aurora on October 17, 18, and 19,
Prof. C. A. Smith, 540; Production of Pure Spelter, 523; Magnificent Aurora in Australia on September 25,
J. S. Primrose, 540

W. E. Cooke, 524; Annual Meteorological Reports, 503 ;
Metals, the Institute of, A. McWilliam, 405

Probable Influence of the Motion of the Moon on Atmo-
Meteorites : Fall of Meteoric Stone on July 13, H. Garrett, spheric Radio-activity, some Meteorological Consequences,

Paul Besson, 510; British Rainfall, 1908, Dr. Hugh
Meteorology : Codex of Resolutions adopted at International Robert Mill, 514; Anemographic Observations in India,
Meteorological Meetings, 1872-1907,

Η. Η. Hilde- 521; Analysis of the Underground Temperature at Osaka,
brandsson and G. Hellmann, 5; Diurnal Variation of T. Okada and T. Takeda, 527; Storms of Wind and
Temperature in the Free Atmosphere, E. Gold, 6; Tem- Rain during the Past Week, 527
perature of the Upper Atmosphere, F. J. W. Whipple, 6;

Meteors : Stationary Meteor Radiants, Prof. W. H.
Weather for June, 17; Weather for July, 169; Summer Pickering, 110; the Perseids of 1909, W. F. Denning,
Weather in 1909, 133 ; the Summer Season of 1909, 189; the Recent Perseid Shower, J. H. Elgie, 267;
Alex. B. MacDowall,


Cool September, 372; J. C. Jefferson, 267; Prof. Kobold, 267; a Brilliant
Unsettled September Weather, 401; the Past Summer, Meteor, M. Borelly, 200; August Meteoric Shower,
295, 433 ;

of “Cold


in North W. F. Denning, 224, 246; the Bolide of April 20
America, R. F. Stupart, 19; Royal Meteorological Observed in France, M. Quénisset, 298 ; Meteor Observa-
Society, 28; Inter-diurnal Variability of Temperature in tions, 375; Fireball in Sunshine, W. F. Denning. 456;
Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic Regions, R. C. Mossman, the Meteor in Sunshine, October 6, W. F. Denning, 487:
28; Rainfall of South Africa, A. G. Howard, 30; a Dis- Remarkable Meteors, 465; September Meteors, Torvald
cussion of Australian Meteorology, Dr. William J. S. Köhl, 498
Lockyer, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., 40; Méthode dans les Sciences, de la, Prof. H. Bouasse, 361
Observing and Forecasting the Weather, D. W. Horner, Metrology : Report of International Committee of Weights
45; Some Facts about the Weather, W. Marriott, mi. and Measures, 199
Note on the Guyra Lagoon, N.S.W., L. A. Cotton, Meyer (Dr. Hans), Analyse und Konstitutionsermittelung
60; Double Daily Oscillation of the Barometer, E. Alt, organischer Verbindungen, 215
81; Mean Temperature of the Air at Sea-level Exhibited Meyer (V. I.), Pseudo-morphine, 29

a Function of Longitude, Latitude,, and Period of Microbiology : Death of Prof. Emil Christian Hansen,
the Year, Dr. H. Fritsche, 81; Eskdalemuir Observa- 294; Obituary Notice of, Arthur R. Ling, 310
tory, 86 ; Central Asiatic Russia and the Level of the Micrometer Measures of Double Stars, Phillip Fox, 83
Lake Basins, J. de Schokalsky, 90; Two Severe Microscopy: a Compendium of Food-microscopy, E. G.
Typhoons Experienced in 1908, Rev. J. Coronas, Clayton, 97; the Microscope and its Practical Applica-
109; Meteorological Conditions Prevailing before the tions, J. E. Barnard, 232
South-west Monsoon of 1909, Dr. Walker, 137; the Migula (Dr. W.), Pflanzenbiologie, 451
Monsoon, 313: Climatological Reports, 143 ; Island of
Norderney, Dr. R. Assmann, 143 ; Austrian Meteoro-

Milk, the Contamination of, Dr. Orr, 74

Milk Testing, C. W. Walker-Tisdale, 187
logical Service for 1907, 143 ; Report on the Rains of
the Nile Basin and the Nile Flood of 1907, Captain

Mill (Dr. Hugh Robert): Prof. Otto Petterssen on Tide-

like Movements in Deep Water, 119; British Rainfall,
H. G. Lyons, 143 ; Norwegian Meteorological Institute

1908, 514; Drought in South-west Ireland, 517
Year-book for 1908, 143 ; Torrential Rains in Sicily and

Millar (Prof. W. G.), the Pre-Cambrian Rocks of Canada,
Thunderstorms in Syracusa and Catania, Dr. Eredia,
169 : Water Contents of Clouds, Dr. A. Wager, 198 :

Oscillation of the Sea on June 15, 1909, in the Port of

Miller (Prof. G. A.), Generalisations of the Icosahedral
Marseilles, Louis Fabry, 210; Exploration of the Air

Group, 470
with Ballons-sondes at St. Louis and with Kites at Blue

Miller (G. S.), the Mouse-deer (Chevrotains) of the Rhio-
Hill, H. Helm Clayton and S. P. Fergusson, 223 ;

Linga Archipelago, 526
Observations and Investigations made at the

Miller (John), the Grain Industry, 447

Miller (Prof.), Mining in Canada, 447
Hill Meteorological Observatory, Massachusetts, U.S.A.,
under the Direction of A. Lawrence Rotch,

Millikan (Dr. Robert A.), a Short University Course in

223 ;
Relations of the Upper Inversion of Temperature to the

Electricity, Sound, and Light, 66
Areas of High and Low Atmospheric Pressure, Dr. F.

Millosevich (Prof.), Halley's Comet, 528
Erk, 227; New Recording Rain Gauge, 227; Evapora-

Mills (J.), a Short University Course in Electricity, Sound,
tion in a Current of Air, Part i., J. R. Sutton, 270 ;

and Light, 66
West Indian Hurricane on August 28, 295; General

Milne (Prof. John, F.R.S.), a New Departure in Seismo-
Treatise of Meteorology, Prof. A. Klossovsky, 303 ;

logy, 38; Large Disturbances of Seismographs by
Remarkable Halo of August 21,

W. McKeon,

Distant Earthquake Shocks, 524
305; Death of

Fritz Erk, 311;


Milton (J. T.), Copper and Copper Alloys, 405
Pink Glow, F. C. Constable, 352 ; Typhoons on

Mina (Lieut.), Ascent of Balloon Albatross, 225
October 4, 8, and 13, 1908, Senor Coronas, 354 ; Hurri- Minchin (Prof. E. A.), Sponge Spicules, 265
cane in the Neighbourhood of the Mexican Gulf, 372 ; Mineralogy : Carnotite and an Associated Mineral-complex
Report of the Meteorological Committee for Year ending from South Australia, J. Crook and G. S. Blake, 28;
March 31, 1909. 375; Magnetic Storm of September 25, Species Pilolite and the Analysis of a Specimen from
Dr. Chree, F.R.S., 395; Prof. A. Fowler, 396 (see China, G. S. Whitby, 28; Phenakite from Brazil, Dr.
also Magnetism); Evaporation in Egypt and the G. F. Herbert Smith, 28; Occurrence of Gyrolite in

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Ireland, F. N. A. Fleischmann, 28; Mineralogical of Cattle against Tuberculosis, M. Rappin, 239; Reports
Society, 28; Metasomatic Processes in a Cassiterite of the Sleeping Sickness Commission of the Roya:
Vein from New England, L. A. Cotton, 60; Mineralogie Society, 73 ; the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 86;
und Geologie für schweizerische Mittelschulen, Dr. Hans Successful Curative Treatment of Piroplasmosis, Prof.
Frey, 334 ;

Some Notes on Mineralogy, Prof. E. G. H. F. Nuttall and Dr. S. Hadwen, 114; Extinction
Sommerteldt, 150; a New Mineral from a Gold-washing of Yellow Fever in Rio de Janeiro, Nereu Rangel Pestana,
Locality in the Ural Mountains, P. Walther, 335; Orthite 136; Veterinary Inspection of Dairy Cattle, H. G.
in North Wales, Herbert H. Thomas, 487; a Supposed Bowes, 141; Chamberland Filter will not Allow the
New Mineral, Richard J. Moss and Henry J. Seymour, Cattle-plague Virus to Pass Through, E. H. Ruediger,

196; Röntgen Rays in the Diagnosis of Disease, 220;
Minerals: the Dressing of Minerals, Prof. Henry Louis, 91 ; die Röntgenuntersuchung der Brustorgane und ihre

Mineral Resources of the United States, Prof. Henry Ergebnisse für Physiologie und Pathologie, Dr. Haus
Louis, 174; Influence of the Railroads of the United Arnsperger, 222 ; Ova of a Distoma found in the Skeletal
States and Canada on the Mineral Industry, Dr. J. Muscles of Saccobranchus fossilis, G. C. Chatterjee
Douglas, 539

and T. C. Ghosh, 270; Malaria in India, 371 ; Imperial
Mining : the Dressing of Minerals, Prof. Henry Louis, 91 ; Malaria Conference, 494 ; Sanitation and Public Health in

Early Mining Industries of Egypt, E. S. Thomas, 137 ; West African Colonies, Prof. W. J. Simpson, 374; Aniline
Mining Administration in India, T. H. D. La Touche, Antimonyl Tartrate in the Treatment of Trypanosomiasis,
H. H. Hayden, P. N. Datta, E. Vredenburg, L. L.

A. Lavesan, 450
Fermar, G. E. Pilgrim, G. H. Tipper, H. Walker, Mordey (W. M.), Effect of Electrostatic Condensers in Pre-
K. A. K. Hallowes, G. de P. Cotter, J. J. A. Page, venting or Extinguishing Arcs, 20
H. C. Jones, A. M. Heron, M. Stuart, N. D. Daru, Morel (A.), Hydrolysis of Proteid Materials by Hydrofluore
W. A. K. Christie, 219; Report of Mysore Mines for

Acid, 90
1997-8, 403 ; Report on the Mining and Metallurgical Morley (W. Austin), the Auroral Display of October 18,
Industries of Canada, 1907-8, 511; Development of Heavy 518
Gravitation Stamps, W. A. Caldecott, 539

Morphology: Untersuchungen über Bau und Entwickelung
Mira, Maximum of, in 1908, M. Luizet, 138; Naoza die Viere, Prof. Karl Peter and Michio Inouye, 94 ;
Ichinoke, 267; Dr. Nijland, 376

Physical Structure of Protoplasm, O. P. Dellinger, 373 :
Mirande (Marcel), Rapid Method for Testing Plants for Development and Origin of the Respiratory Organs in
Hydrocyanic Acid, 120

Araneæ, Dr. W. F. Purcell, 462
Mitchell (W. M.), Water Vapour in Sun-spots, 229; Solar Morris-Airey (Mr.), Explanation of the Discordant Results
Observations: a Novel Spectroscope, 498

Obtained when Two Lights of Different colours are
Mnemischen Empfindungen in ehren Beziehungen zu den Compared together by Photometers of the Bunsen and

Originalempfindungen, die, Prof. Richard Semon, Prof. of the Flicker Type Respectively, 313
John G. McKendrick, F.R.S., 302

Morrow (Dr. John), Sun and Star Observations at the
Möbius (Dr. M.), Kryptogamen, 451

Stone Circles of Keswick and Long Meg, 128
Modern Electric Practice, Maurice Solomon, 151

Morton (K. J.), Occurrence of the Trichopterid Limnophilis
Modern Life, Science in, 274

fuscinervis in the West of Ireland, 462
Moeritherium, the Systematic Position of, Dr. Chas. W. Moss (Richard J.), a Supposed New Mineral, 518
Andrews, 305

Mossman (R. C.), Interdiurnal Variability of Temperatures
Moeritherium and Palæomastodon, the Feeding Habits of, in Antarctic and Sub-antarctic Regions, 28
Prof. H. F. Osborn, 139

Motors: “Pantlex Spring Wheel for Motor Vehicles,
Mosfat (C. B.), Reason Why Certain Birds Construct Hon. R. C. Parsons, 21
Covered Nests, 225

Moulin (M.), Most Probable Value of the Atomic Charge
Moir (James), Genesis of the Chemical Elements, 270 e of Electricity, 109
Molecular Scattering and Atmospheric Absorption, Prof. Moulton (Prof. F. R.), the Tidal and other Probelms, 102
Arthur Schuster, F.R.S., 97

Mountaineering: British Mountain Climbs, George D.
Moll (Dr. Albert), Hypnotism, including a Study of the Abraham, 485

Chief Points of Psycho-therapeutics and Occultism, 272 Muir (F.), Peripatus found in Ceram, 17
Moll (Prof. J. W.), Transport of Carbon Dioxide in Leaves, Muir (Prof. Robert), Studies on Immunity, 214

80; Mikrographie des Holzes der auf Java vorkommenden Muller (P. Th.), Tautomeric Changes Elucidated by Means
Baumarten, 241.

of the Magnetic Rotatory Power, 90
Mollusca : Australian Fresh-water Polyzoa, E. J. Goddard, Munby (Alan E.), Introduction to the Chemistry and

480 ; Mollusca from the Hope Islands, North Queensland, Physics of Building Materials, 62
C. Hedley, 480

Münch (W.), Observations of Variable Stars, 436
Moody (R. S.), the Reptile Isodectes punctulatus, 525 Muntz (A.), Reduction of Plant Assimilation during Cloudy
Moon: Physical Interpretation of Lunar Features, M. Weather, 149; Thermal Effects of Moistening Soils.

Puiseux, 138; Why has the Moon no Atmosphere? Prof. 239
Alexander Johnson, 486

Muntz (Sir Gerard A., Bart.), Relation between Scienc?
Moore (B.), Forest Practice in India and Burma, 80

and Practice, 406
Moore (Prof. Benjamin), Inaccurate Method of Stating Murray (Sir John, K.C.B., F.R.S.), Bathymetrical Survev
Dosage, 196

of the Fresh-water Lochs of Scotland, 155
Moore (Dr.), Growth of the Bacillus Tuberculosis, 142 Murray (M. T.), Copper-Zinc Alloys, 540
Moore (Harold), Brinell Method of Determining Hardness, Muschler (Dr. R.), Classification of African Species of the

Polymorphic Genus Senecio, 434; Phanerogamen, 451
Moore (J. H.), the Orbit of X Sagittarii, a Cepheid Vari- Museums: Guide to the Whales, Porpoises, and Dolphins
able, 170

(Order Cetacea) exhibited in the Department of Zoology,
Moore (R. S.), Fuel Economy of Dry Blast, 437

British Museum (Natural History), Cromwell Road,
Morbology: Discovery of a Curative Treatment for Malig- London, S.W., 4; New Buildings of the Victoria and

nant Jaundice in the Dog and for Redwater in Cattle, Albert Museum, 17; British Museum Report, 78; the
with a Demonstration of the Effects of Trypanblau upon Museums Association, 115;

National Folk-Museum,
the Parasites, Prof. George H. F. Nuttall, F.R.S., and Henry Balfour, 115; Catalogue of the Fresh-water Fishes
Dr. Seymour Hadwen, 21; a New Human Trypanosome of Africa in the British Museum (Natural History), G. A.
Parasite (T. Cruzi), Carlos Chagas, 46; Virulence of Boulenger, 216; Catalogue of the Lepidoptera Phalænæ
the Trypanosomes of Mammals Modified after Passage in the British Museum, Vol. viii., Catalogue of the
through Cold-blooded Vertebrates, A. Laveran and A. Noctuidæ, Sir George F. Hampson, Bart., 455
Pettit, 210; the War against Tuberculosis, 48; Deter- Musical Sands, Cecil Carus-Wilson, 69, 159; Rev. Dr. A.
mina:ion of the Bovine or Human Origin of Tuber- Irving, 99
culosis, A. Calmette and C. Guérin, 135; Tuberculosis, Musical Sands in Chile, M. H. Gray, 126
Dr. Robinson, 142; Growth of the Bacillus Tuber- | Mycology: Black Spots on Chilled Beef, Dr. Klein, 354 ;
«culosis, Dr. Moore and R. S. Williams, 142 ; Vaccination Life of Fungi in Fatty Media, A. Roussy, 360 ; the


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Epiphytic Mycorrhiza that Invests the Roots of Mono- peting Instruments for Marine Propulsion, A. E. Seaton,
tropa Hypopitys, Dr. J. Peklo, 373 : Examination of 213
Parasitic Fungi that Attack Scale Insects, 496; Fungus Navigation : Altitude Tables, computed for Intervals of
Maladies of the Sugar-cane, Dr. N. A. Cobb, 496

Four Minutes between the Parallels of Latitude 24° and
Myers (Prof. C. S.), a Text-book of Experimental 60°, and Parallels of Declination 24° and 60°, designed
Psychology, 123

for the Determination of the Position Lines at all Hour
Myres (Prof. John L., M.A., F.R.S.), the Influence of Angles without Logarithmic Computation, Frederic Ball, 4

Anthropology on the Course of Political Science, Opening Neave (S. A.), Distribution and Habits of the Tsetse-fly,
Address in Section H at the British Association Meeting Glossina palpalis, 114
at Winnipeg, 379

Nebula Cluster in Cetus, a Newly-discovered, Prof. Wolf,
Naber (Dr. H. A.), das Theorem des Pythagoras, 361

Nagaoka (Prof. H.), Difference between Longitudinal and Necsen (Dr. Friedrich), Horbare, Sichtbare, Elektrische
Transversal Zeeman Effects in Helium Lines, 188

und Röntgenstrahlen, 363.
Natal Government Observatory, the, Mr. Nevill, 529 Nelson (E. W.), Kohlrausch's Physical Measurements, 189;.
Nathan (Sir Frederic L.), Improvements in Production and the Leporidæ of North America, 433

Application of Guncotton and Nitroglycerine, Discourse Neogi (Panchanan), Aurvedie Metallic Preparations, Part i.,
at Royal Institution, 144, 178

National Efficiency, Continuation Schools and, 172 Nernst (Prof. W.), Physical Properties of Water from the
National Physical Laboratory, Researches at the, 163 Thermodynamical Point of View, 464
Natural History: the Balance of Nature, and Modern Neurology : Einführung in die Lehre vom Bau und den

Conditions of Cultivation : a Practical Manual of Animal Verrichtungen des Nervensystems, Prof. Ludwig Edinger,
Foes and Friends, for the Country Gentleman, the 219; the Central Nervous System of Vertebrates, J. B.
Farmer, the Forester, the Gardener, and the Sportsman, Johnston, Prof. John G. McKendrick, F.R.S., 274
George Abbey, 5; Warning Coloration in Some Weasel. Nevill (Mr.), the Natal Government Observatory, 329
like Carnivora, R. I. Pocock, 21; Cecropia peltata und

New South Wales Linnean Society, 30, 60, 240, 330, 480
ihr Verhältnis zu Azteca Alfari, zu Atta sexdens und New South Wales Royal Society, 330
anderen Insekten, Karl Fiebrig, 23; New South Wales New York, Geology of the City of, L. P. Gratacap, 423
Linnean Society, 30, 60, 240, 330, 480 ; Diurnal Varia- New Zealand Naturalist's Calendar, a, Geo. M. Thomson,
tions in the Temperatures of Camels, Dr. J. B. Cleland,
60; a Naturalist in Tasmania, G. Smith, 61; Behind Newall (Prof.), Halley's Comet, 528
the Veil in Bird-land, Oliver G. Pike, 67; a Guide to Newcomb (Prof. Simon), Death of, 78; Obituary Notice oí,
the Natural History of the Isle of Wight, 72 ; Linnean Sir Robert S. Ball, F.R.S., 103
Society, 89; the Romance of Bird-life, John Lea, 99 ; Newman (Dr.), Child Mortality, 141
British Birds and their Eggs, with a New Method of Newsholme (Dr.), Some Conditions of Social Efficiency in
Identification, J. Maclair Boraston, 99; the Young Relation to Local Administration, 141
People's Birds'-nest Chart, Rev. S. N. Sedgwick, 100; Newton (R. B.), Cretaceous Shells from Zululand, 226
Birds and their Nests and Eggs, found in and near Nichols (Prof. E. L.), Effects of Low Temperature on
Great Towns, George H. Vos, 100; British Birds in Fluorescence Spectra, 473
their Haunts, Rev. C. A. Johns, 100; How to Attract Nicolardot (Paul), Examination of Essence of Turpentine,
and Protect Wild Birds, Martin Hiesemann, 100; the 480
Book of Nature-study, 101; Polyphyletic Origin of Mam- | Niere, Untersuchungen über Bau und Entwickelung der,
mals, Dr. G. Steinmann, 106; Success of the Brent Prof. Karl Peter and Michio Inouye, 94
Valley Bird Sanctuary, 100; Inauguration of the Statue Nijland (Dr.), the Maximum of Mira in October, 1908, 376
of Jean de Lamarck, Dr. Edmond Perrier, 106; a Nisbet (Dr. J.), Our Forests and Woodlands, 63
Speckled Otter from Lough Sheelin, Dr. R. F. Scharfl, Nitrogen, the Fixation of, by Soil Bacteria, X. D. Hall,
135; Osteology of Antarctic Seals, Dr. R. B. Thomson, F.R.S., 98

a New Zealand Naturalist's Calendar, Geo. M. Nitrogen, Processes for the Fixation of Atmospheric, 143
Thomson, 162 ; the Nature Book, 162 ; the Book of Nitroglycerine, Improvements in Production and Applica-
Nature-study, 162 ; Collection of American Egrets as tion of Guncotton and, Sir Frederic L. Nathan at Royal

Ospreys, Dr. E. Menegaux, 167; Imitation in Institution, 144, 178
Monkeys, M. E. Haggerty, 195, 434; Feathers of Kalij Noble (Sir Andrew), History of Propellants, 203
Pheasants, Prof. A. Ghigi, 196 ; Reason why Certain Noctuidæ, Catalogue of the, Catalogue of the Lepidoptera
Birds Construct Covered Nests, C. B. Moffat, 225; Re- Phalænæ in the British Museum, Vol. viii., Sir George
markable Photographs of a Water-rail, E. L. Turner, F. Hampson, Bart., 455
226; Cassell's Nature Copies (Wild Flowers), 240 ; Nogier (Th.), Slight Penetration of the Ultra-violet Rays.
Death of Dr. R. E. C. Stearns, 263; Attempt through Liquids containing Colloidal Substances, 210
Acclimatise the American Robin (Merula migratoria) in Nordmann (Charles), Method Permitting the Measurement
England, 264: Naturwissenschaftliches Unterrichtswerk of the Effective Temperature of the Stars, 480
für höhere Mädchenschulen, Dr. K. Smalian and K. North Pole, the Attainment of the, 306
Bernan, 273 ; the Place of Animals in Human Thought, North Sea Fisheries Investigations, 491
Countess Evelyn Martinengo Cesaresco, 276; African Nutrition and Evolution, Hermann Reinheimer, 68
Big Game and Big-game Shooting, Dr. E. Trouessart, Nuttall (Prof. George H. F., F.R.S.), Discovery of a Cura-
311; Death of Thomas Southwell, 311; Obituary Notice tive Treatment for Malignant Jaundice in the Dog and'
of, 351; Ferding-grounds of the Laughing Kingfisher, for Redwater in Cattle, with a Demonstration of the
Cat-bird, and Noisy Pitta in the Coolabunia Pine-scrubs, Effects of Trypanblau upon the Parasites, 21; Successful
311 ; Wild Beasts of the World, Frank Finn, 332 ; Gilbert Curative Treatment of Piroplasmosis, 114
White and Selborne, Henry C. Shelley, 334 : Australian Nutting (P. G.), Variation in Relative Intensity of Helium
Fauna and Flora, Dr. J. B. Cleland, 3=3; Peale's Phila- Lines, 189
delphia Museum, 373 ; Carl von Linné's Bedeutung als Nyström (Mr.), Investigation of the Peat Bogs and Peat
Naturforscher und Arzt, 391 ; Star-fishes of Alaska and Industry of Canada during the Season 1908-9, 490
British Columbia, Prof. A. E. Verrill, 402 ; Report of the
Natural History Section of the Indian Museum for
1908–9, 433 : the Burma Mole Rat, 462 ; Knowledge of Observatories: the Transvaal Observatory, Johannesburg,
Australian Hirudinea, E. J. Goddard, 480; the Pond and 20, 356; Eskdalemuir Observatory, 86; the Yerkes
other Stories, Carl Ewald, 485; Fauna of the Malay Observatory, Prof. E. B. Frost, 111; Reports of Observa-
Peninsula, H. C. Robinson, 495: the Mouse-deer (Chev- tories, Mr. Hough, 200 ; M. Baillaud, 200; Results of
rutains) of the Rhio-Linga Archipelago, G. S. Miller, Observations made at the Coast and Geodetic Survey

Magnetic Observatories, Daniel L. Hazard, Dr. C. Chree.
Natural Selection and Plant Evolution, James B. Johnston, F.R.S., 203; Annuaire astronomique de l'Observatoire
159 ; Dr. D. H. Scott, F.R.S., 188

royal de Belgique, 1909, 219; Exploration of the Air with
Naval Architecture : the Screw Propeller, and other Com- Ballons-sondes at St. Louis and with Kites at Blue Hill,

149 :



H. Helm Clayton and S. P. Fergusson, 223; Observa- der allgemeinen Chemie, 183 ; Weltsprache und Wissen-
tions and Investigations made at the Blue Hill Meteoro- schaft, 218
logical Observatory, Massachusetts, U.S.A., under the Oswald (Dr. Felix), Degeneration of Armour in Animals,
Direction of A. Lawrence Rotch, 223; the Spectrohelio- 167
graph of the Catania Observatory, Prof. Riccò, 376; the Otology : Lehrbuch der Ohrenheilkunde für Arzte und
Royal Observatory and Electric Tramways, 399 ; Pub- Studierende, Dr. Paul Ostmann, 124
likationen des Astrophysikalischen Observatoriums zu Outes (Señor), the Antiquity of Man in South America, 534
Potsdam, Doppelsterne, Prof. O. Lohsc, 492 ; the Natal Overton (Prof. J. B.), Organisation and Reconstruction of
Government Observatory, Mr. Nevill, 529

the Nuclei in the Root-tips of Podophyllum peltatum, 537
Occultism, Hypnotism, including a Study of the Chief Ovum, the Cleavage of the, 511

Points of Psycho-therapeutics and, Dr. Albert Moll, 272 Owen (F. A.), the Dyeing and Cleaning of Textile
O'Dell (G. E.), Effect of Previous Magnetic History on Fabrics, 5
Magnetisation, 28

Owen (J. A.), Birds Useful and Birds Harmful, 421
Oesterle (Dr. O. A.), Grundriss der Pharmakochemie, 184 Owen (Luella A.), Floods in the Great Interior Valley of
Ohm (Dr. P.), das Seelenleben der Tiere, 394

North America, 506
Ohrenheilkunde, Lehrbuch der, für Ärzte und Studierende,

Dr. Paul Ostmann, 124.
Oils, Fats and Waxes, Chemical Technology and Analysis Page (J. J. A.), Mining Administration in India, 219
of, Dr. J. Lewkowitsch, C. Simmonds, 211

Pagenstecher (Dr. Arnold), die geographische Verbreitung
Okada (T.), Analysis of the Underground Temperature at der Schmetterlinge, 482
Osaka, 527

Palæobotany: Microscopic Structure of Fossil Plants
Oltmanns (Dr. Friedrich), Lehrbuch der Pharmakognosie, from Japan, Dr. Marie Stopes, 21; Structure and

Affinities of Cretaceous Plants, Dr. M. C. Stopes and
Omori (Prof.), Seismograph in Simla, 169

Dr. K. Fujii, 26; Adaptation in Fossil Plants, Dr.
Oppizzi (P.), Problemi grafici di Trazione Ferroviaria, 303 D. H. Scott, F.R.S., at Linnean Society, 115; J. F.
Optics : Wave Motion of a Revolving Shaft and Sugges- Walker's Collection of Fossil Brachiopoda Presented to
tion as to the Angular Momentum in a Beam of British Museum, 165; Natural Selection and Plant
Circularly Polarised Light, J. H. Poynting, 56; Evolution, James B. Johnston, 159; Dr. D. H. Scoti,
Propagation of Light Waves, Prof. Antonio Garbasso F.R.S., 188; Fossil Plants, E. A. Newell Arber, 304
and Guido Fubini, 81; the Sine Condition in Rela- Palæolithic Man, Dr. A. C. Haddon, F.R.S., 131
tion to the Coma of Optical Systems, S. D. Chalmers, Palæolithics : Flint Implements Discovered at Larne, Nina
Kinematic Illusion,


B. Croft, 158; Layard, 18
C. S. Jackson, 220; Magneto- und Elektro-optik, Dr. Palæomastodon, the Feeding Habits of Mæritherium and,
Woldemar Voigt, 185; Cours de Physique, clectroptique,

Prof. H. F. Osborn, 139
Prof. H. Bouasse, 185; an Optical Phenomenon, L. G. Palæontology : Remains of Rhinoceros and Mammoth from
Hoxton, 220; Periscope Lens to see Completely Round the Thames Alluvium, Dr. C. W. Andrews, F.R.S., 21;
the Horizon, 227; New Method of Determining the Lower Palæozoic Hyolithidæ from Girvan, F. R. Cowper
Focal Length of a Converging Lens System, Irwin G. Reid, 29; Reptilian Remains from the Trias of Lossie-
Priest, 228; the Benham Top, F. Peake Sexton, 275; mouth, D. M. S. Watson, 89; the Fossil Hare of Ossi-
Charles E. Benham, 335; Explanation of the Discordant ferous Fissures of Ightham, Kent, and Recent Hares,
Results Obtained when Two Lights of Different Colours M. A. C. Hinton, 89; Recently Discovered Fossil
are Compared Together by Photometers of the Bunsen Human Remains and their Bearing upon the History of
and of the Flicker Type Respectively, Mr. Morris-Airey, the Human Race, Moritz Alsberg, Dr. A. C. Haddon,
313; Useful Supplementary Lens for Attachment to a F.R.S., 131; the Feeding Habits of Mæritherium and
Naturalist's Telescope, 3.14

Palæomastodon, Prof. H. F. Osborn,
B Orionis, the Spectroscopic Binary, J. Plaskett, 267

Systematic Position of Meritherium, Dr. Chas. W.
Ornithology: Bird Notes, 87; the Icterine Tree-warbler, Andrews, 305; Extinct Gigantic Reptiles of Belgium,

0. J. Lie-Pettersen, 87; Bird Protection in Australia, Prof. Louis Dollo, 148; the Upper Cretaceous Iguano-
87; Importance of “ Tagging Birds, L. J. Cole, 87; dont Dinosaurs, 160; Remains of the Large Dinosaurian
the Romance of Bird Life, John Lea, 99: British Birds Trachodon, 194 ; New Find of Devonian Vertebrates
and their Eggs, with a New Method of Identification, between Cassel and Marburg, Prof. O. Jaekel, 196 ;
J. Maclair Boraston, 99; the Young People's Bird's- Primitive Diprotodonts, J. W. Gidley, 204; the “ Pre-
nest Chart, Rev. S. N. Sedgwick, 100; Birds and their historic Horse" of Bishop's Stortford, Prof. J. C. Ewart,
Nests and Eggs, Found in and near Great Towns, F.R.S., 223; Cretaceous Shells from Zululand, R. B.
George H. Vos, 100; British Birds in their Haunts, Newton, 226; Skull of a Ground-sloth from Colorado,
Rev. C. A. Johns, 100; How to Attract and Protect Prof. T. D. A. Cockerell, 264; Discovery of “ Rodent-
Wild Birds, Martin Hiesemann, 100; Young of the goat in a Cave in Majorca, Dorothea Bate, 310; Sup-
Sanderling, Dr. Eagle Clarke, 136; Classification of posed New Genus, Diprothomo, Dr. Ameghino, 353 ;
Starlings, Dr. A. Brauner, 246; Black-headed Gull, Fossil Human Skeleton at Dordogne, 460 ; James Nelson
P. H. Barr, 352 ; Excursionsbuch zum Studien der Vögel- Collection of Scottish Carboniferous Fossils, 494 ; the
stimmen, Prof. Voigt, 365; Birds of the World, Dr. Reptile Isodectes punctulatus, R. S. Moody, 525; the
Frank H. Knowlton and Frederic A. Lucas, 421; Birds Antiquity of Man in South America, Dr. Florentino
Useful and Birds Harmful, Otto Herman and J. A. Ameghino, 534; Señor Outes, Dr. Ducloux, and Dr. H.
Owen, 421 ; Breeding of the Marsh-warbler in Worcester- Bücking, 534
shire, W. Davies and F. Coburn, 495

Palisa (Dr.), the Palisa and Wolf Celestial Charts, 230
Orr (Dr.), the Contamination of Milk, 74

Palmer. (W. S.), Climatic Features of Wyoming and their
Orthite in North Wales, Herbert H. Thomas, 487

Relation to Dry-farming," 435
Orton (J. R.), Occurrence of Protandric Hermaphroditism Palms, Asiatic, Lepidocaryeæ, Annals of the Royal Botanic
in Crepidula fornicata, 58

Garden, Calcutta, Odoardo Beccari, 181
Osaka (Y), Mutarotation of Glucose, 528

Pammel (Prof.), Delayed Germination of Seeds, 538
Osborn (Prof. H. F.), the Feeding Habits of Mæritherium Pappataci Fly (Phlebotomus papata sii), the Occurrence in
and Palæomastodon, 139

India of the, Dr. N. Annandale, 518
Osiris's (M.) Bequest to the Pasteur Institute, 264

Paris Academy of Sciences, 29, 59, 90, 120, 149, 209, 239,
Osmotic Phenomena and their Modern Physical Interpreta- 269, 300, 329, 360, 390, 420, 450, 480, 510

tion, Prof. H. L. Callendar, F.R.S., at Royal Institu- Paris Academy of Sciences, Distribution of the Bonaparte
tion, 235

Fund, 105
Ostmann (Dr. Paul), Lehrbuch der Ohrenheilkunde für Parkhurst (J. A.), the Absorption of Light in Space, 314
Ärzte und Studierende, 124

Parkin (J.), the Industry of Rubber Cultivation, 538;
Ostwald (Prof. Wilhelm), Grosse Männer, 121; Grundriss

Evolution of the Inflorescence, 538

139; the

Parkinson (J.), Folk-tales Current among Yoruba-speaking Pettersson (Dr. O.), Movements of the Deeper Waters of
Peoples, i8

the Skagerack, 197
Parsons (Hon. C. A., F.R.S.), Model of Leakage Path Pettit (A.), Virulence of the Trypanosomes of Mammals
Device for Regulating Voltage of Alternators, 20

Modified after Passage through Cold-blooded Vertebrates,
Parsons (James), Death and Obituary Notice of, 78

210 ; Trypanolytic Power of the Blood of some Cold-
Parsons (Hon. R. C.), “ Panflex Spring Wheel for Motor blooded Vertebrates with Respect to Trypanosoma
Vehicles, 21

evansi, 390
Parthenogenesis : die chemische Entwicklungserregung des Pfaundler (L.), Weltsprache und Wissenschaft, 218

tierischen Eies (Künstliche Parthenogenese), Jacques Pflanzenbiologie, Dr. W. Migula, 451
Loeb, 459

Pflanzenwelt Deutschlands, die, Dr. Graebner, 451
Parville (Henri de), Death of, 105

Phanerogamen, Prof. E. Gilg and Dr. R. Muschler, 451
Pascal (P.), Magnetic Role of Oxygen in Organic Com- | Pharmacognosy : Grundriss der Pharmakochemie, Dr.
pounds, 390

0. A. Oesterle, Prof. Henry G. Greenish, 184; Southall's
Pathology : a Text-book of General Pathology for the Use Organic Materia Medica, J. Barclay, Prof. Henry G.

of Students and Practitioners, Prof. J. M. Beattie and Greenish, 184; Lehrbuch der Pharmakognosie, Dr.
W. E. Carnegie Dickson, 36; Death and Obituary Notice George Karsten and Dr. Friedrich Oltmanns, Prof.
of Dr. Otto von Bollinger, 263

Henry G. Greenish, 454
Patrick (W. A.), Electrical Conductivity of Solutions of Pharmacology: Inaccurate Method of Stating Dosage,

lodine and Platinum Tetraiodide in Ethyl Alcohol, Prof. Benjamin Moore, 196

Philippi (E.), Über das Problem der Schichtung und über
Patten (Prof. C. J.), on the Germinal Disc in Naturally Schichtbildung am Boden der heutigen Meere, 266
Incubated Eggs of Passer domesticus, 505

Phillips (C. E. S.), Permanently Luminous Watch Dial and
Pearl (Raymond), Inheritance of Fecundity in Poultry, 79; Military Night Compass, 20

Physiology of Reproduction in the Domestic Fowl, 107 Phillips (Dr. P.), on the Re-combination of lons in Air at
Pearl (Mr.), Selection Index Numbers ” for Breeding,

Different Temperatures, 472

Philology: Weltsprache und Wissenschaft, L. Couturat,
Pearson (Prof. H. H. W.), Percy Sladen Memorial Expedi- 0. Jespersen, R. Lorenz, W. Ostwald, L. Pfaundler, 218
tion in South-west Africa, 1908-9, 466, 499

Philosophy: „tudes sur Léonard de Vinci, ceux qu'il a lus
Pearson (Prof. Karl, F.R.S.), a First Study of the In- et ceux qui l'ont lu, Pierre Duhem, 2; Materialistische

heritance of Vision and of the Relative Influence of Epoche und monistische Bewegung, Paul Volkmann, 361
Heredity and Environment on Sight, 49; the Problem Phonetics : the Science of Speech, an Elementary Manual
of Practical Eugenics, 374

of English Phonetics for Teachers, Benjamin Dumville,
Peat : the Peat Deposits of Maine, E. S. Bastian and C. A. Prof. John G. McKendrick, F.R.S., 124; the Analysis

Davis, 490; Investigation of the Peat Bogs and Peat of Sounds used in Speech, Edwin Edser, 533
Industry of Canada during the Season 1908-9, Messrs. Photography: die Photographie, W. Zimmermann, 274 ;
Nyström and Anrep, 490

Exhibition of the Photographic Salon, 351
Peet (Mr.), Prehistoric Antiquities of Malta, 478

Physics : studes sur Léonard de Vinci, ceux qu'il a lus et
Peklo (Dr. J.), the Epiphytic Mycorrhiza that Invests the ceux qui l'ont lu, Pierre Duhem, 2; Decay of Surface
Roots of Monotropa Hypopitys, 373

Waves Produced by a Superposed Layer of Viscous
Peniston (Miss A.), Nucleus of the Yeast Plant, 537

Fluid, W. J. Harrison, 27; Passage of Electricity through
Percentages, a Question of, J. T. Cunningham, 159; Lewis Gaseous Mixtures, E. M. Wellisch, 27; the Coefficients

Whalley, 220; Prof. R. Abegg, 220; Spencer Pickering, of Capacity and the Mutual Attractions or Repulsions of
F.R.S., 275

Two Electrified Spherical Conductors when Close To-
Percentages in School Marks, J. D. Hamilton Dickson, gether, Dr. A. Russell, 27; Group-velocity and the

Propagation of Waves in a Dispersive Medium, G.
Perrier (Dr. Edmond), Inauguration of the Statue of Jean

Green, 29; Heat of Polonium, William Duane, 29;
de Lamarck, 106

Hermann and Robert Grassmann's Electronic Theory,
Perrin (Jean), the Brownian Movement and Molecular Dr. F. Kuntze, 45: Pressure Perpendicular to the Shear

Constants, 360; the Brownian Movement of Rotation, Planes in Finite Pure Shears, and on the Lengthening

ot Loaded Wires when Twisted, J. H. Poynting. 56;
Perrine, Search-ephemerides for Comet 1896 VII., F. W. Wave Motion of a Revolving Shaft and Suggestion as

Ristenpart, 170; R. Castro and A. Repenning, 170; to the Angular Momentum in a Beam of Circularly
Re-discovery of Perrine's Comet, Herr Kopff, 229; Herr Polarised Light, J. H. Poynting, 56; Thermal Conduc-
Ristenpart, 229 ; Perrine 1896 VII., Comet 1909b, 298 ; tivity of Air and other Gases, G. W. Todd, 56; Intro-
Observations of, 315; Dr. Max Wolf, 376; Dr. Ebell, duction to the Chemistry and Physics of Building Mate-

rials, Alan E. Munby, 62; the Elements of Electricity
Perry (Prof. E. Guthrie). Copper Implements from a Site and Magnetism, Prof. W. S. Franklin and Barry Mac-
in Western Ontario, 478

nutt, 66; a Short University Course in Electricity,
Perry (Prof.), Variation of the Specific Heat of Mercury Sound, and Light, Dr. Robert A. Millikan and J. Mills,
at High Temperatures, 472

66; Naturlehre für höhere Lehranstalten auf Schuler-
Perseid Shower, the Recent, J. H. Elgie, 267; J. C. Jeffer- übungen gegrundet, Dr. Friedrich Danneman, 66; the
son, 267; E. Hawks. 267

Elementary Theory of Direct Current_Dynamo Electric
Perseids of 1909, the, W. F. Denning, 189

Machinery, C. E. Ashford and E. W. E. Kempson, 66 ;
Pestana (Nerêu Rangel), Extinction of Yellow Fever in Electrical Laboratory Course for Junior Students, R. D.
Rio de Janeiro, 136

Archibald and R. Rankin, 66; the Theory of Crookes's
Peter (Dr. Bruno), die Planeten, 36

Radiometer, Lord Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S., 69; Con-
Peter (Prof. Karl). Untersuchungen über Bau und ductivity of a Gas at Atmospheric Pressure under the
Entwickelung der Niere, 94

Influence of a High Alternating Voltage, A. Chassy, 90;
Peters (W. J.). First Magnetic Results obtained on the Molecular Scattering and Atmospheric Absorption, Prof.
Carnegie in the North Atlantic, 529

Arthur Schuster, F.R.S., 97; Physical Society, 119;
Petersen (C. G. Joh.), on the Larval and Post-larval Stages Introduzioni Teoriche ad Alcuni Esercizi Pratici di
of some Pleuronectidæ (Zeugopteris, Arnoglossus, Solea), Fisica, Alfonso Sella, 125; the Æther of Space, Charles

W. Raffety, 127; Negative Attempt to Detect Fluores-
Petrie (Prof. Flinders, F.R.S.), Ancient Modelled Heads cence Absorption, Dr. R. A. Houstoun, 149; Existence

of Various Races, 21; Find of String Nets of the Seven- in the Magnetic Decomposition of the Absorption Bands
teenth Egyptian Dynasty. 403

of a Uniaxial Crystal of Dissymmetry of Positions, Jean
Petrie (Dr. J. M.), Hexone Bases of Egg-white, 240

Becquerel, 150; Researches at the National Physical
Petrology : Rocks and Rock Minerals, L. V. Pirsson, 242 ; Laboratory, 163; an Elementary Treatment of the Theory

Genesis of Metallic Ores and of the Rocks which Enclose of Spinning Tops and Gyroscopic Motion, Harold Crab-
Them, B. Symons, 242 ; the Natural History of Igneous tree, Prof. C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 182 ; Magneto- und
Rocks, A. Harker, F.R.S., 331

Elektro-optik, Dr. Woldemar Voigt, 185 ; Cours de


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