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A WEEKLY

ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL OF SCIENCE

VOLUME VIII.

MAY 1873 to OCTOBER 1873

To the solid ground
Of Nature trusts the mind that builds for aye."-WORDSWORTH

London and New York:
MACMILLAN AND CO.

1873

HARVARD
UNIVERSITY

LIBRARY

LONDON

R. CLAY, SONS AND TAYLOR, PRINTERS

BREAD STREET HILL

INDEX

Abel (l'rof.), Experiments with Gun-cotton, 534

Argentine Republic, Observatory at Cordoba, !11, 252
Aberdeen University, Prof. Huxley and Ca sical Studies, 12 Aristotle, his Kr.owledge of Zoology and Physiology, 119; Frans-
Abiogenesis, Huizinga's Experiments, 85 (Br. A.), 478, 504 lation by Barı helemy Saint-Hilaire, 152
Acclimatisation Society of Paris, 57

Arithmetic, Recent Works on, 159, 280
Acousties, Orgin-pipes and Reeds, 26

Arithmometer, The, 325
Acquired Habits in Plants, 7, 46

Arrowsmith (John), Death of, 54
Atams (Dr. A. L.), Maltese Fussil Elephants (Br. A.), 497

Association for the Organisation of Academical Study, 71
Adelaide, Botanic Garden at, 35

Assyrian Expedition, Mr. G. Smith's; 75, 271, 333, 436
Aënal Spectres, 227

Assyrian Inscriptions, 112, 115
| Aeronautical Society, 192

Astronomical Almanacs, 311, 350, 529
• Africa : East Coast Livingstone Expedition, 13, 170; Drawings Astronomical Society, 174

by Bushmen, 6; Schweinfurth's Vocabularies, 17; West Astronomy, Romance of,” by R. K. Miller, 140
Coast Livingstone Expedition, 170; Central Exploration by Atmosphere of the Sun, 127, 149
Dr. Nach igal, 75, 313; Schweinfurth on the Monbuita Atomic Theory, 407
Tribes, 374; S. African Museum, Cape of Good Hope, 352

Atoms and Ether, 322, 36 1
"African Sketch Book," by Winwood Reade, 429

“ Atoms, World of," by Marc-Antoine Gandin, 81
African Travel, Publications of the Geographical Society, 429 Au as (T.), Mode of Deposit of Cuckoos' Eggs, 182
Agassiz (Alex.), Originators of Glacial Theories, Claims of Agassiz Aurora, Spc'rum of the, 536

and Forbes, 24, 44, 222 ; “Revision of the Echini," 103 Aus'ra ia, Geological Map of, 352; Exploration in the Interior,
Aga siz (Prof. Louis): Penikese Island, Anderson School of 94 ; Scie, ce in. 389 (See Adelaide, Melbou ne, Victoria)

Natural History, 12, 34, 230, 271, 314, 404, 454 ; Lectures on Ayrton (F.), Bequest of Oriental Caligraphy to Brit. Museum, 232

Aninal Lif-, 210 ; Survival of ihe Fittest, 34
Agency 'or British Naturalists, Proposed, 513

Babington (Prof. C. C.. F.R.S.), Acquired Habits in Plants, 7
Agricultural Society's Journal, 211

Back hou e (T. W.), Zodiacal Light, 181
Air, its Rela'ions to Clothes, Houses, and Soil,” by Dr. Max Bacteria, Dr. Bastian's Experiments, 85, 141, 161, 181, 199, 200,
von Pe tenk »fer, 483

212, 232, 273, 478, 485, 504, 548; Temperat''re at which they
Airy (Sir G. B., K C.B), Transit of Venus, 129

are killed, 273 ; their Development in Organic Infusions, 504
Airy (Huberi), Flight of Birds, 362

Baker (Sir Samuel), Safety of his Party, 75. 131 ; Arrival at
Albiny (U.S.), Dudley Observatory, 389

Khartoum, 192, 209; Return to England, 472, 492, 513, 535 ;
Albert Gold Medal of Soc. of Arts, awarded to M. Chevreul, 110 Illness, 557 ; on Lakes Tanganyiki and Albert Nyanza, ž13
Almana s, Astronomical, 311, 350. 529

Balfour (F. M.), Scientific Endowments, 25
America (Se Albany, Billimore, Bermudas, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Bail (R. S., F.R.S.). Dynanometers (Br. A ), 497

Curdoba, Cuha, indiana, Massachusetts, New York, Para. Balkwil (F. H.), A Difficulty for Darwinists, 252, 395
guay, Phi ad lphia, Washington)

Balloon, Voyage from America to England, 364, 389, 436, 513
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Meeting Balloons, Aerial Spectres seen frum, 227
at Portland, Maine, 354, 389, 472, 392, 512

Balsam Fır of Canada, Structure of its Pith, 53
American Exploring Expeditions, 169, 231, 331, 385

Baltet (C.), “Gralling and Budding,” 180
American Signal Office, 35, 112, 124

Ballimore, Peabody Institute, 253
Ammonites in Margie Cluss, 155

Baptista (P. J.). Journey across Africa, 429
Anatomy (See British Association, Sec. D)

Barlow (W. H.), Opening Address, Sec. G, Br. A., 426
Anatomy, Elementary,” by St. George Mivart, F.R.S., 221 Barometer, Proposed New, 6
Anatomy of Fish, 74

Barometers, Discussion on, 19
Anderson (J. F.), Geological Subsidence and Upheaval, 223

Barrett (W. F., F.C.S), Flammarion's " * Atmosphere," by
Anderson School of Nalural History (Se Agassız, A.)

Glaisher, 22 ; Westerly Progress of Cities, 102
Andrews (Jas. B.), Perceptio, in Dogs, 6

Bashforth F., B.D), “ The Motion of Projectiles," 593
Animus, I istinct in, 6, 65, 67, 78, 282, 284, 302, 322

Bastian (Prof. A.), Worship of the Heavenly Bodies, 17
Ant, Honey-making, 116, 250

Baian (Dr H. C.), (See Archebiosis, Bacteria)
Anthropological Insitute, 19, 58, 79, 135, 195

Baravian Society of Experimental Pnilosophy, 557
Anthropological Society, Berlin, 17 ; Sociely, Paris, 113

Bath Natural History Society, 153
Antiquiry of Man, Discussion at American Association, 392 Beadle (B. A.), Journey of the Pombeiros across Africa, 429
· Aniquity of Man," by Sir C. Lyell, Bart., F.R.S., 462

Beddoe (John, F.R.S.), Opening Address, Sec. D, Br. A., 457
Ants, Habits of, 244, 303

Bedwell. F. A., Ammonites in Margate Cliffs, 155
Aphides and Bees, 201, 263

Bees and Aphides, 201, 263
'Aphis,” Etymology of, 103

Beke (Dr. C. T.), African Travels, 429
Appendix Vermiformis and the Evolution Hypothesis, 509

Belfasi Na'ural History Socie y, 503
Appleton (Dr. C. E), Endowment of Research, 262

Belgium Royal Academy of Science, 130, 275, 375; Records of
Approach Ca 'sed by Veloci y, 25

hundredth Anniversary, 4
April Meteors, Observations by W. F. Denning, 6

Bell (Lowthian), Address to the Iron and Steel Institute, 34
Aquarium, Brighton, 25, 171, 191, 229, 231, 313, 372, 473 ;

Bengal, Asiatic Society o', u!
Additions to Collection, 36, 55, 76, 94, 113, 131, 173. 193,

Bennett (Altre 1 W.), Fertilisa ion of Wild Pansy and Ground Ivy,
232, 273, 294. 473 ; Official Guide-book, 160 ; Description by 49, 121, 143 ; Research at the Universities, 433 ; Movements
W. S. Kent, F Z.S., 531

of Glands of Drosera (Br. A.), 479
Aquarium, Crystal Palace, 12, 131, 230, 532

Benson (Col. R., F.R.S.), Venomous Caterpillars, 303
Arabia, Travels in, 395

Bentham (G.), Address to the Linnean Soc., 171; Co upositæ, 352
Archæological Association, Meeting at Sheffield, 333, 354

Berlin : Anthropological Society, 17, 272 ; Chemical Society,
Aic æolugical Institute, Meeting at Exeter, 270, 284

80, 135, 176, 236, 256, 316 ; Geograpnical Society, 195
Ar hæology, Lec ureship in Scotland, 54

Bermudas, Geological Peculiarities o,
Arche biosis, Bestian, Sanderson and Huizin ya's Experiments,

Berwickshire Natu ali-ts' Club, 141
85, 141, 161, 181, 199, 200, 212, 232, 273, 478. 485, 504, 548

Be yls and Emcial.is, Rescarch's un, 254, 284
Areic Explora un, 83."102, 192, 211, 370, 472, 487, 492,"514; Bessemer, Mr., and the Iruu and steel last tule, 54,
Voyage of the Polaris, 54, 75, 131, 171, 214, 214, 271, 313: Bettany (G. T., B.Sc.), Oreodon Remains in Woodwardian
355, 404, 435, 515, 535, 558

Museum, 309, 385

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