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AKCE (E.), Gesammelte Abhandlungen, 582

R. B. Woosnam, D. Carruthers, and A. F. R. WollasIbbot (C. G.), Terrestrial Temperatures and the Solar ton, 132 ; Cotton Growing at Golbanti and Malindi, 157; Radiation, 112

Plants and their Ways in South Africa, Bertha StoneAbel (0.), a Cetacean, Palaeophocaena andrussovi, from man, 221; the South African Medal of the British

the Middle Miocene of the Taman Peninsula, 530; Flying Association, Sir G. H. Darwin, K.C.B., F.R.S., 225; Fish in the Triassic, 530

Round Perforated Stones (Tiko) alleged to have been Aberdeen University Quatercentenary Celebrations, 188, made by Bushmen for the Purpose of giving Weight to 365

the Kibi” or Digging Stick, L. Peringuey, 288; the Aberti (Prof.), Comets 1906а and 1906c, 18

Magnesite Mines of South Africa, 573 ; Geological Studies Ibnormality, Inheritance of an, Prof. Herbert McLeod, in South Africa, Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole, 646 ; Country E.R.S., 150

between Pretoria and Pietersburg, Mr. Kynaston, 646 ; Aboriginal Tribes of New South Wales and Victoria, Notes the Gneisses of the Limpopo Flats, Dr. F. W. Voit, on the, R. H. Mathews, 100

647 Alwrigines of Unexplored New Guinea, Dr. C. G. Selig- Agriculture : Agriculture générale, le Sol et les Labours, mann, 58

Paul Diffloth, 4; Process for the Direct Utilisation of Abraham (Henri), a Galvanometer with a Movable Needle | the Nitrogen of the Atmosphere for the Production of for Alternating Currents, 72

Artificial Manure and other Chemical Products, Dr. Abruzzi (Duke of the), the Ascent of Ruwenzori, 528

Adolf Frank, 65; Experiments on Well Irrigation at Abyssinia, the Source of the Blue Nile, a Record of a Metrosapuram in 1902-5, Prof. A. Chatterton, 86; Ques

Journey through the Sudan Tsana in Western tion of Rabbit Destruction, T. Steel, 95; the Book of Abyssinia, and of the Return to Egypt by the Valley of the Rothamsted Experiments, A. D. Hall, Prof. T. H. the Atbara, with a Note on the Religion, Customs, &c., Middleton, 121; Opening of a New Laboratory at the of, Arthur J. Hayes, Entomological Appendix by Prof. Rothamsted Experimental Station,

307 ;

Death and E, B. Poulton, F.R.S., Sir H. H. Johnston, K.C.M.G., Obituary Notice of Dr. William Fream, 132 ; Cotton 247

Growing at Golbanti and Malindi, 157; a Monograph Academical Sciences, Interrelation of the, Dr. Shadworth of the Insect Injuries to Indian Corn, S. A. Forbes, H. Hodgson, 337

Fred. V. Theobald, 160 ; the Transition in Agriculture, Arland (Dr. Theodore Dyke), on the Physiological Value of Edwin A. Pratt, 193; an Introduction to the Study of Rest, 480, 502

1 Agricultural Economics, Henry C. Taylor, 193; the DeIconites of India, the, Dr. Otto Stapf, 170

velopment of Agriculture in Denmark, R. J. Thompson, Icoustics : Method of Exploding Mines by Means of 193 ; Cassava Trials at the Hope Experiment Station, Acoustic Waves, 40; Mechanical and Electrical Pheno- Jamaica, H. H. Cousins, 208; Cultures du Midi de mena occurring in the Telephonic Transmission of l'Algérie et de la Tunisie, C. Rivière and H. Lecq, 269 ; Speech, W. Duddell, 60 ; Resonant Properties of

United States “

Dry-farming,” J. L. Cowan, 304; the Fossilised Wood, E. M. Buchanan, 84; Acoustical Proper- Rose-breasted Grosbeak and the Potato-beetle, 304; Comties of Buildings, Wallace C. Sabine, 368; M. Marage, position of Indian Rain and Dew, Dr. J. W. Leather, 308 : Amplification of Sounds, M. Dussaud, 580

337 ; Spread of St. John's Wort in Australia, 337; BeAdami (Prof.), Pathology and Physiology of the Cell haviour of Manures in Soils, Oswald chreiner and George Vucleus, 529

H. Failyer, 339; the Progress of Agricultural Science, Idams (Prof.), the Spectra of Sun-spots and Red Stars, 474; Mendel's Laws of Inheritance, R. H. Biffen, 474 ;

418: Relation between the Spectra of Sun-spots and W. Bateson, F.R.S., 475; R. C. Punnett, 475; AssimilStars, 595

ation of Nitrogen by Leguminous Plants, Dr. Hiltner, Idamson (E.), Influence of Silicon, Phosphorus, Manganese, 475; John Golding, 475 ; Vitality of Farm Seeds, William and Aluminium on Chill in Cast-iron, 68

Carruthers, F.R.S., 475; Improvement of Pastures, 475; Adeney (Dr. W. E.), Composition of a Nitrogen Mineral British Forestry, 475 ; Nature-study in Rural Schools, Water at St. Edmundsbury, Lucan, 374

476 ; Memoirs of the Department of Agriculture in India, Adjustment of Observations by the Method of Least H. Maxwell-Lefroy, Fred. V. Theobald, 481; a Larch

Squares, with Applications to Geodetic Work, the, T. W. Sawfly in Cumberland, 529 ; Agriculture in St. Kitts, Wright and J. F. Hayford, 148

F. R. Shepherd, 593 ; Ravages of Loxostega (Eurycreon) léronautics : Balloons and Kites in the Service of Meteor- sticticalis in the Cultivation of Beet-root of the Central ology, W. H. Dines. F.R.S., 35; the Wellman Balloon Plateau, Alfred Giard, 628; Damage done to Crops by Expedition, W. de Fonvielle, 181; the Meteorology of

the Mexican Cotton-boll Weevil, Dr. W. E. Hinds, 642 ; the Free Atmosphere, L. Teisserenc de Bort at Royal the Cotton Worm, Prodenia littoralis, F. C. Willcocks, Society of Edinburgh, 255; Balloon Journey by the 649 ; the Cotton Boll Worm, Earias insulana, F. C. Brothers Wegener, 302 ;

the International Balloon Willcocks, 649; Agricultural Notes, 649 ; Condensed Ascents of April 5 and May 3, 384; Meteorological Kites Vegetable Milk, T. Katayama, 649: Cherry Leaf Scorch, in India. 448; the Gordon-Bennett Balloon Race, 570 : E. S. Salmon, 649; Prussic Acid in Fodder Plants. Dr. Milan Balloon Competition, 570 ; Aëronautics and J. W. Leather, 649; Artificial Manures for India, F. G. Meteorology, 637: Methods of making Balloon Ascents, Sly, 649 ; Agriculture in Egypt, 649 ; “ Sore-shin Prof. Hergesell. 648; Expedition to the Equatorial Fungus, W. L. Balls, 650 Regions of the Atlantic, Teisserenc de Bort, 648

Air-currents, the Life-history of Surface, a Study of the Afrira : Deircts in Ostrich Feathers in South Africa, Prof. Surface Trajectories of Moving Air, Dr. W. N. Shaw, J. E. Duerden, 55; Ascents in the Ruwenzori Range, F.R.S., and R. G. K. Lempfert, 162

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Aitken (Dr. John, F.R.S.), Interpretation of Meteorological Angelucci (O.), Method of Isolating Radio-thorium from
Records, 30

Thorium Salts, 574
Aitken (Prof. R. G.), New Catalogue of Double Stars, 18; Animals : Destruction of Animals in Australia, T. Steel
Observations of Satellites in 1904 and 1905, 42

at Linnean Society, New South Wales, 188; Darwinism
Albrecht (Prof. Th.), Results of the International Latitude and the Problems of Life, a Study of Familiar Animal
Service, 1902–6, 575

Life, Prof. Conrad Guenther, 268 ; Animal Heroes, being
Alcock (N. H.), Action .of Anæsthetics on Living Tissues, the Histories of a Cat, a Dog, a Pigeon, a Lynx, two
the Frog's Skin, 459

Wolves, and a Reindeer, E. T. Seton, 295; Problems in
Alexander (Captain Boyd), the Haunts of the Okapi, 88 Animal Metabolism, J. B. Leathes, 349; Flashlight Photo-
Alexander (J. H.), Elementary Electrical Engineering in graphs of Wild Animals, 489
Theory and Practice, 488

Annandale (Dr. N.), Tank Fauna of India, 96; the Fresh-
Algen, Morphologie und Biologie der, Dr. Friedrich Olt- water Fauna of India, 472
manns, George Murray, F.R.S., 561

Antarctica : Expédition Antarctique Belge, Résultats du
Algeria, Atmospheric Electricity in, Ch. Nordmann, Dr. Voyage du S.Y. Belgica en 1897-99, sous le Commande-
C. Chree, F.R.S., 505

ment de A. de Gerlache de Gomery, Travaux hydro-
Algérie et de la Tunisie, Cultures du Midi de l', C. Rivière graphiques et Instructions nautique, G. Lecointe, 298 ;
and H. Lecq, 269

Botanique-les Phanerogames des Terres Magellanique,
Algol Variables, Discovery of, Mrs. Fleming, 210

E. de Wildeman, 298; Zoologie—Poissons, L. Dollo, 298
Alien Flora of Britain, S. T. Dunn, 170

Anthropology : the Egyptian Heaven and Hell, E. A. Wallis
Alilaire (E.), the Composition of an Acetic Ferment, 344 Budge, 10; Anthropological Institute, 93, 165; Ethno-
Alison (John), Arithmetic for Schools and Colleges, Supp. logical Notes on the Aboriginal Tribes of New South
to May 3, viii

Wales and Victoria, R. H. Mathews, 100; Message
Allan (C.), Fermentation Changes that give the Quality to

Sticks, Dr. Roth, 110; the Genna" (Tabu) among the
Flavoured Rums, 184

Tribes of Assam, T. C. Hodson, 165; a Plea for an
Allen (Dr. E. J.), Fishery Problems and Marine Investi- Expedition to Melanesia, Dr. A. C. Haddon, F.R.S.,
gations, 551

187; the International Congress of Anthropology and
Allen (H. S.), Chemical and Electrical Changes induced Prehistoric Archæology, 211; Craniology of Natives of
by Light, 564

the Madras Presidency, Thugs, Veddahs, Tibetans, and
Allen (W. F.), the Lymphatics of Fish, 156

Seistanis, Sir William Turner, K.C.B., 215; Micro-
Alliston (Norman), Reconnoitres in Reason and the Table- cephalic Girls from Mexico, 249 ; Death and Obituary
book, 533

Notice of Edouard Piette, 278; Round Perforated Stones
Alpine, Atlas Colorié de la Flore, J. Beauverie and L. (Tike) alleged to have been made by Bushmen for the
Faucheron, 361

Purpose of giving Weight to the “ Kibi” or Digging
Alward (G. L.), Fishery Problems and Marine Investi- Stick, L. Peringuey, 288; the Dead Heart of Australia,
gations, 551

a Journey Round Lake Eyre in the Summer of 1901-2,
Amana Meteorite, the, Dr. G. D. Hinrichs, 575

with some Account of the Lake Eyre Basin and the
Ambronn (Dr.), the Figure of the Sun, 210

Flowing Wells of Central Australia, Prof. J. W. Gregory.
America : Recent Publications of the Bureau of American F.R.S., 296; the Origin and Development of the Moral

Ethnology, Dr. A. C. Haddon, F.R.S., 30; the Bicen- Ideas, Dr. Edward Westermarck, 377; the Negro Brain,
tenary Celebration of the Birth of Benjamin Franklin, Dr. R. B. Bean, 524 ; the Congress of Americanists at
Sir G. H. Darwin, K.C.B., F.R.S., 36; the Astro- Quebec, Dr. A. C. Haddon, F.R.S., 595; the Mara cf
nomical and Astrophysical Society of America, 64; Status Yucatan, Dr. Tozzer, 596; the Ponca Sun Dance, G. A.
of the Mesozoic Floras of the United States, Lester F. Dorsey, 645; a People at School, H. Fielding Hall,
Ward, William M. Fontaine, Arthur Bibbins, and G. R. Archibald R. Colquhoun, Supp. to May 3, vii
Wieland, A. C. Seward, F.R.S., 81; the Earthquake in Anti-tuberculosis Campaign, the, Dr. R. Fielding-Ould, 303
South America, 412 ; Transactions of the Department of Anti-typhoid Vaccine, Captain George Lamb and Captain
Archæology, Free Museum of Science and Art, H. R. W. B. C. Forster, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 91
Hall, 468; American Chemists and the Jubilee of the Aplin (O. V.), the Birds of Tunisia, J. I. S. Whitaker, 51
Coal-tar Colour Industry, Prof. R. Meldola, F.R.S., Apollonius of Tyana, and other Essays, Thomas Whittaker
514; Garbage Crematories in America, W. M. Venable, 533
630

Apteryx, the Olfactory Sense in, Prof. W. B. Benham,
Americanists at Quebec, the Congress of, Dr. A. C.
Haddon, F.R.S., 595

Aquatic-dwelling Weevils, E. E. Lowe, 541
Imman (L.), Soluble Albuminoid Materials of Milk, 192 Aquilæ, Spectrum of Nova, No. 2, 87; Magnitude Observ-
Imabæ and their Allies, 52

ations of, Dr. Guthnick, 253
Anatomy: Lehrbuch der vergleichenden mikroskopischen Archæology : Discovery of Seven Thousand Roman Coins,

Anatomie der Wirbeltiere, part v., Parietal Organ, Dr. Aquila Dodgson, 20; Ancient Fire Festivals, Thereza
F. K. Studnička, Part vi., Atmungsapparat, Dr. Albert Story- Maskelyne, 80; Votes on some Cornish Circles,
Oppel, 145; Preservation of Brains for Anatomical and Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., 126; Irish Cave
Anthropological Investigations, Ales Hrdlicka, 209; the Exploration, Dr. R. F. Scharff. 138 ; Illustrated Votes
· Lumbo-sacral-coccygeal Cord of the Macaque Monkey, on Manks Antiquities, P. M. C. Kermode and W. .
Mabel Purefoy FitzGerald, 260 ; Studies in Anatomy Herdman, 152; Death of Edouard Piette, 182; Pre-
from the Anatomical Department of the University of historic Remains found during Recent Years near Hasle-
Manchester, 464; Observations on the Labyrinth of mere, Dr. Jonathan Hutchinson, F.R.S., and E. W.
Certain Animals, Dr. Albert A. Gray, 626 ; the Cerebral Swanton, 207; the International Congress of Anthro-

Localisation in the Bandicoot, H. G. Chapman, 652 pology and Prehistoric Archæology, 211; the Genuineness
Ancient Eclipses, P. H. Cowell, 11

of “ Eoliths,” 211; Evolution of Art during the Rein-
Ancient Fire Festivals, Thereza Story-Maskelyne, 80

deer Age, Abbé Breuil, 212; Manx Archæology and
Anderson (Dr. Tempest), Physical Geography of Volcanoes, Satural History, Prof. John Rhys, 223: Death of Dr.

Adolf Voss, 382 ; Astronomy in the Old Testament, Prof.
Indrews (Dr. C. W., F.R.S.), a Descriptive Catalogue of G. Schiaparelli, 410; Researches into the Origin of the

the Tertiary Vertebrata of the Fayum, Egypt, based on Primitive Constellations of the Greeks, Phænicians, and
the Collection of the Egyptian Government in the Geo- Babylonians, Robert Brown, jun., 410; Old Sinhalese
logical Museum, Cairo, and on the Collection in the Embroidery, Ethel M. Coomaraswamy, 450 ; Sinhalese
British Museum (Natural History), London, 175; Milk Earthenware, A. K. Coomaraswamy, 498: Transaction
Dentition of the Primitive Elephant, 553

of the Department of Archæology, Free Museum of
Andrews (Dr. E. A.), Mode in which American Crayfish Science and Art, H. R. Hall, 468; American Ex-
of the Genus Cambarus lay their Eggs, 133

plorations in Crete, H. A. Boyd, Edith Hall, R. B.
Andrews (E. M.), on the Webster Ruin, Rhodesia, 457 Seager, 469; the Archæological Congress at Vannes, 577;

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