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Microzoa, Method of Collecting and Preserving, 68

Nipher (Frank E.), The Glacial Period, 467
Milk, Condensed, 97

Nitrogen, Spectrum of, 161
Mill (John Stuart), Obituary Notices, 47, 53 ; Memorial to, Noble (Capt. A.), Brazilian Order conferred on, 292
210 ; Bequests for Female Education, 371

Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society, 100
Miller (R. Kalley, M.A.), "Romance of Astronomy," 140 North London, Glacial Drifts of, 287
Miller (S. H.), Mirage in the Fens, 182

Notornis of Lord Howe's Island, 350
Miller (W. A., M.D.), “Elements of Chemistry," 260

Nottingham, Science Lectures at, 536
Miller-Casella Thermometers broken in Deep-sea Soundings, Norwich, Social Science Congress, 472
109

November Meteors, Brazil, 385
"Mind, The Human," by J. G. Murphy, LL D., 281
Mind in the Lower Animals, Dr. J. Lauder Lindsay on, 91
Miners' Association of Cornwall and Devon, Prizes, 14

Obermeier (Dr. Otto), Obituary Notice of, 371
Miners' Rules in the 17th Century, 47

Observatories : Washington, 35, 253 ; Cincinnati, 54; Cor.
Mirage in the Fens, 182

doba (Argentine Republic), 111, 252 ; Paris, 110 ; Highfield
Mivart (St. George, F.R.S.), “Elementary Anatomy,” 221 ; House, 121; Campideglio, Cambridge, 131 ; Columbia (U.S.),
The Common Frog, 470, 510

193 ; St. Petersburg, 273 ; Cuba, 294 ; Vienna, Marseilles,
Möbius (K., and H. A. Mayer), “ Fauna der Kieler Bucht," 3

371 ; Albany (U.S.), 389; Mauritius, 446; J. G. Barclay's,
Molecules, Prof. Clerk-Maxwell on, 437

473; Sydney, 547
Molecular Evolution, 473

“Ocean Highways," 39, 76, 541
Molecules in Motion, 537

Octopus, Young, bred in Brighton Aquarium, 171, 192, 313
Mollusca of Kiel Bay, 3

Oldham School of Science, 314
Vonckhoven's “ Photography," 482

Oliver (Capt. S. P., R.A.), Cromlechs and Dolmen Mounds,
Mongolia, Western, Ney Elias's Journey through, 114

344
Monkeys, their Tears and Care for the Dead, 103, 163

Orchids, Fertilisation of, 121
Montiero (M.), Journey in Africa, 429

Order of Intellectual Merit, proposed by Earl Stanhope, 177 ;
Morality and Religion in Early Civilisation (Br. A.), 498

the late J. B. Jukes on, 223; Foreign Orders, 481, 549
Morrell (G. H., M.A.), "Students' Manual of Comparative Oreodon Remains in Woodwardian Museum, 309, 385
Anatomy and Dissection,” 4

Organ Pipes and Reeds, 26, 45
Morse (Prof. E. S.) Brachiopoda, 391 ; Variations in Wave- Oriental Caligraphy, Bequest to British Museum, 232
lengths, 393; Mentone Skull, Evolution Theory, 392

Oriental Research as a Means of Education, 538, 559
Moscow, Société Impériale des Naturalistes, 562

Orme (Temple), Hensley's “Scholar's Arithmetic," 280
Motion in a Circle, 6, 27, 77

Ormerod (G., F.R.S.), Death of, 514
" Motion of Projectiles," by F. Bashforth, B.D., 503

Ornithology (See Birds)
Mott (A. J.), Atoms and Ether, 322

Otter and Seal, Anatomy of the, by Dr. C. G. Lucæ, 222
Moller (Dr. Hermann), “Fertilisation of Flowers by Insects,”

Oudeman (Dr.), Photographs of Solar Eclipse of 1871, 175
161, 187, 205, 223

Owen (Prof. R., F.R.S.), appointed C. B., 74
Munich, Royal Academy of Sciences, 118

Owens College, Manchester, Opening of the New Building, 75,
Muscular Irratibility after Systemic Death, 132

506; Address by Prof. Roscoe, 538
Musical Stones, 46

Oxford : Biological Fellowship at Magdalen College, 464, 513;
Murphy (J. G., LL.D.), “The Human Mind," 281

Natural Science Fellowships and Scholarships, 535, 506, 528,
Murphy_(J. J., F.G.S.), Winters and Summers, Cyclones,

549; Scientific Education at, 71 ; Report of Science Com-
182; European Weeds and Insects in_America, 202; Ab- mission on, 337; Science at, 21, 55, 130, 170, 171, 404, 436,
normal Ox-eye Daisy, 303 ; Harmonic Echoes, 487

464
Murray (A.), Venomous Caterpillars, 44

Ozone Generator, Improved, 146
Myers (A. T.), Fertilisation of the Pansy, 202
"Mythology, Zoological,” by Prof. De Gubneratis, 43

Packard (A. S.), Ancestry of Insects, 249

Page (D., J.L.D.), “ Text Book of Physical Geography,” 458
Nachtigal (Dr.), Exploration in Central Africa, 75

Paladilhe (Dr.), Instinct and Perception in Animals, 284
Napier (Commander R.H.), Ingenuity in a Pigeon, 324

Palmieri's “ Incendio Vesuviano,” 362, 549
Naples, Zoological Station at, 34, 81, 454, 491

Pansy, Wild, Fertilisation of, 49, 121, 143, 202
National Museums : Correspondence of Society of Arts and the Paper manufactured from Jute, 192

Paraguay, Commission on the Resources of, 130
Natural History Collections in the East India Museum, 5 Parasites of the House Fly, 263
Natural History Museum, South Kensington, 129

Paris : Academy of Sciences, 20, 40, 60, 80, 96, 116, 136, 156,
Natural History School at Penikese Island (See Agassiz, Alex.) 176, 196, 209, 216, 236, 256, 270, 276, 296, 316, 336, 376,
“ Natural Philosophy, Notes on," by G. F. Rodwell, F.C.S., 396, 405, 480, 500, 520, 542, 562 ; Acclimatisation Society,

57, 194, 234, 275 ; Anthropological Society, 113; Bureau
Natural Selection anticipated by Maupertius and Gassendi, 162 des Longitudes, 110 ; Geographical Society, 214 ; Gold Medals
Nastical Almanac, 529

awarded by Societies, 55, Jardin des Plantes, 557 ; Labora.
Naval Architecture, Instruction in, 76

tories of Natural History Museum, 226; Physical Society, 73
Navigation, Coefficient of Safety in, 394

Parker (W. K., F.R.S.), Researches on the Anatomy of Fish, 74
Negretti and Zambra (H.), Deep-sea Soundings and Thermo- Peccary, Internal Nose of, 488
meters, 529

Penikese Island (See Agassiz, Alex.)
Nelaton (Dr.), Death of, 436

Perception in the Lower Animals, 6, 65, 67, 77, 282, 284, 302,
Nerve Force, Origin of, 265, 324, 362, 465

322

Periodicity of Rainfall, 194, 245, 547
Neumayer (Dr.), Measurement of Deep-sea Temperatures, 195 Perry (John), Oxford Science Fellowships, 506, 528, 549
New Brunswick, Geology of, 393

Perthshire Society of Natural Science, 294
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, College of Physical Science, 230, 272, Peterman (Dr.), on the Polaris Expedition, 371, 313
371, 514

Pettenkofer (Dr. Max von), “Air; its Relations to Clothes,
Newcomb (Prof.), Tables of the Motions of Uranus, 54

Houses, and Soil,” 483
New Guinea, Exploration in, 75; D'Albertis' Excursion to, Phanerogamic Vegetation, Northern Limit of, 487

Pharmaceutical Society, 404
New Planets, 192, 371, 493

Pheasants, Suppression of Scent in, 48
Neaton (Prof. Alfred), Notornis of Lord Howe's Island, 350 Philadelphia : Academy of Natural Sciences, 19, 59, 115, 156,
New York : Menagerie in Central Park, 355 ; State Cabinet of 276, 500, 520, 541 ; Centennial Exhibition 1876, 355 ; Philo-

sophical Society, 216 ; Zoological Garden, 55
Na Yerk Tribune, Cheap Reports of Scientific Lectures, 232 Phillips (Prof. John, F.R.S.), Opening Address, Sec. C, Br. A.,
New Zealand, Echinodermata of, 104; Birds of, 151

419; Wealden Boring, 487
Nicols (Arthur), Abnormal Colouration in Fish, 46

Phosphorescence in Wood, 46, 103

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Nests of Fish, 25

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Natural History, 355

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Photography : Photographs, Bichromate, 67; Photographs of Riga, Society of Naturalists, 356, 520

Solar Eclipse of 1871, 175; Photgraphs of Stars, by Mr. Rigi Railway, 39
Sellak, 252 ; “Photographie, Traité Général re,” by Dr. Right and Lett, 396
Monckhofen, 482 ; Phot graphy, Celestial, Improved Tele. Rock Inscriptions ol Brazil, 46
scope Tube, 284 ; Photography, A Manual of," by Geo. Rocks, their Power of conducting Heat (Br. A.), 540
Dawson, M.A., 82

Rocky Mountains, Fossil Mammalia, 76
Physical Science (See British Association, Sec. A)

Rodwell (G. F., F.C.S.), Space of Four Dimensions, 8; "The
Physics, History of," hy F. Hoeser, 320

Birih of Chemistry,” 56; “Notes on Natural Philosophy,"
Phvsics, Mathematical Principles of,” by Prof. Rev. J. Challis, 100; Ho-fer's “ History of Physics and Chemistry," 320;
F.R.S., 279

Memorial to Galile ) at Florence, 329
“ Physikalis he Technik,” by Dr. J. Frick, 62

Rogers (Prof. W. A). Safety in Navigation, 394
Physiol.gy (See British Ass iciation, Sec. D)

Röirs (J. H.), The Glacial Period, 283 506
“Physiology of Man." by A. Flint. jun., M.D.,

Romanis (Ge. J.), Permanent Variation of Colour in Fish, 101 ;
“Physiology of the Eye,” by S, H. Salom, 322

Curivus Ruinbow, 224 : Instinct in Animals, 282
Peirce (Prot. B.). Rotation of the Planets, 392

Rome, Roval Academy, 562
Pigeon, Ingenuity in a, 324

Ronald. (Sir Francis), Opiruary Notice of, 313
Pigs, Internal Nose o', 488

Roscoe (Prof. H. E., F.R. 5.), Obituary Notice of Liebig, 27;
Placentation of the Sloth, 96

"Ju jor Course of Practical Chemis'ry, " 242 ; Original Re-
Plaice, Variation of Colour in, 25, 46, 101.

search as a Means of Educa ion, 538, 559
Pianets, New, 192, 371, 493

Rose (Gustav). Obituary Notice of, 251, 277
Pane's, Rotation of the, 392

Rotation of the Planets, 392
Plants, Acquired Habits in, 7, 46

Royal Commission on Science, 197, 317, 414
Playfair (Dr. Lyon), Scorch and English Universities, 41

Royal Institusivn, 55
Pogson (Miss), Appointed Assistant Astronomer at Madras, Royl Scity, 18, 34, 96, 134, 151, 153, 173, 194, 214, 234 ;
513

Croonian Lecture, 132 ; Sirée, 12
Poison and Venom. Venomous Caterpillars, 7, 44, 101

Rudimentary Structures, C. Darwin, F.R.S., on, 431
Polaris Exploring Ship (See Arctic Exploration)

Rugby School Natural Hi-tory Society, 160
Polarisation of Light in tie Rainbow, 466

Russell (H. C.), Mereor logical Phenomena, 547
Pollen, Natural Pro'ection of, 111

Russell (Prof. J. L.), Dea'h of, 514
“ Pollenize" “ Pollenate,'' Use of the Word, 121, 143, 244 Rusell (W. J., F.R.S.), Opening Address, Sec. B, Br. A.,
Polynesia, New Port and Harbour Discivered, 314

417
Pumbeiros, Te, their journey Acro-s Africa, 429

Rus ia, Expeditions for observing the Transit of Venus, 35, 271
Population, Statistics of Increa-e, 172

Russian Exploration of New Guinea, 75
Purpoises Intellect of, 163, 229; at Brighton Aquarium, 229, 405 Rutherf.ird (P.of.), Respiration of the Rabbit, 210; Opening
Purtland (See American Association)

Address, Sec. D, Br. A., 454
Potato Di-ease, New, 12
Potential Energy, 35

St. Andrew's University, 272

St. David's Rocks (Br. A.), 497
Preece (W. H.), D«magnetisation of Needles, 102
Prehistoric Art, 6; Man in America, 14

St. Lawrence, Gu fol, Deep Sounding and Dredging, 112
Pringle (E. H ), Relics of the Pyramids, 263 ; Caparese Snakes,

St. Paul's Cathedral, Lightning Conductors at, 294

St. Petersbu g Observatory, 273
303
Pr tchard (H. Bar'en), Bichromate Photographs, 67

Sale (Lieut.), Action of Light on the Electrical Resistance of
Probosces of Moths of Extraordinary Length, 223

Selenium, 134
Pructor (H R.), Or gi, of Nerv: Force, 324, 362

Salmon, G'owth of, 285

Salum (S. H.). “ Phisiology of the Eye,” 322
Proctor (R. A., B.A.). "Light Science for Leisure Hours," 243

Samoan Islands, Earı hquakes in the, 325
Projectiles, the Motion of," by F. Bashforih, B.D., 503
Prominen, es, Solar, seer with a Common Telescope, 262

Sanderson (J. Burdon, M.D., F.R.5.), his Experiments on
Psychol gy, Popular, by S.rj. E. W. Cox, 179

Archebiosis, 141, 161, 181, 199. 213, 232, 275, 478, 485, 504,
Pulse, the, and the Sphygminrwh, 330, 464, 486

548 ; Electricity of Dionæa muscipula (Br. A.), 478 ; Audress
Putrefaction, Germ Theory of, 212, 232

un Physiology, 304

Sant-storms and Cyclones, 405
Pye-Smich (Dr. P.H.), “History ut Zuology," by Prof. J. Victor
Carus, 118

Sanitary Progress, Prof. Corfield, M.D., on. 517
Pyramius, Relics of the, 263

Sanitary Science, “ The Sanitarian " (New York), 14
Sars (G. O.), Deep-sea Rewarch, Forms of A imal Life, 189

Svent, Suppression of, 48, 78
Quatrefages (M. de), Address to French Association, 349

Schafarick (Prol), Consii'u ion of Silicates (Br. A.), 475
Queckett Microscopical Club, 275

Schlesinger (Dr. Roberi), Micro:copic Examination of Textile

Fabrics, 252
Rabbits, Wild, Habits of, 77

“Scholar's Arithmetic,” by L. Hensley, M. A., 280
Rae (John), Arc ic Exploration, 102

Schuster (Dr. Arthur), Spectrum of Nitroven, 161; Effect of
Rainbow, Curiou«, 224 ; Reflected, 361, 432, 465 ; Polarisation Pressure and Temp-ra'ur : on Specira ot Gases (Br. A.), 496
of Light in the, 466

Schweinfurih (Dr. G.), Vocabularics of Central Africa, 17;
Rainfall, Cyclone and sun-spot Periodicity, 194, 245, 547(Bc. A.), Monbuita Trines of Central Africa, 374
495

Scence and Art Department, South Kensington, Instruction to
Rintall, Symons' “ British Rainfall for 1872," 231

Science Tea hers, 03, 210, 333, 371 ; Queen's Medallists,
Rawson (Guverno ), Perio licity of Rainfal, 245

390 ; Examination in Biology, 550
Rayleigh (Lord, F.R.S.), Harmonic Echoes, 319 528

Scientific Instruction, Royal Comm-sion on, 197, 317, 414
Ray So.iety : Lubbock's “Monoyraph of the Cullembola and Scientific Res arch, Prof. C. A. Joy on, 13
Thy.anura," 482; Report of Council, 488

“Scientific Research, National Importance of," by G. Gore,
Reade (Winwoor), " African Sketch Book,” 429

F.R.S., 354
Rede Lectuie, 86, 122

Scientific Societies, List of, 521. 523
Refected Rainbows, 361, 432, 466

SCIENTIFIC WORTHIES (With Portraits), I. Faraday, 397
Reis (Dr. Paul), Handbook of Physics, 120, 381

Sclater (P. L., F.R.S.), Tne Huemul, 302 ; New Bird of Para-
Research, Endowment of (See Endowinent of Research)

dise, 305 ; New Marine Animal, 487
Ke earch, Original, as a Means of Education, 538, 559

Scotland : Society of Antiquaries, 54 ; Highland and Agricul.
Respighi (Prof. L.), Eclipse of May 26, 1873, 131 ; his Method tu al Society, 210
of Spectio.copic Obscrvation, 162

Sea-fish, Distribution of, 192
Richardson (B. W., M.D., F.R.S.), Muscular Irritability after Scals, Are iney Fish or not? 55
Syst- nic Death, 132

Seal ani Vrter, Anatomy of tie, by Dr. J. C. G. Lucae, 222
Riemann (Bernhard), The Hypotheses which lie at the Bases of Secchi (P. A.), his Method of Spectroscopic Opservation, 162 ;
Goometry, 14. 36

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Sedgwick Memorial, 171

Struthers (Prof.), Appendix Vermiformis, 509; Diverticulum of
Seedling Plants, Growth or Evolution of Structure in, 373 Small Intestine, 541
Seitle Cave, W. Boyd Dawkins, OD (Br. A.), 476, 540

Strezelecki (Count de), Death of, 493
Shairp (Principal J. C.), Forbes and Tyndall, 84

Sub-Wealden Exploration (Br. A.), 497
Shooting Stars observed at Bristol, 385

Sullivant (W. S.), Obituary Notice of, 391 ; his Library and
Sidereal Dial, designed by Capt. Ashton Mayne, 366

Lu.icctions, 404
Siemens (Dr., F.R.S.), Fuel (Br. A.), 441

Summers and Winters, 182
Signal Office, Washington, 35, 112, 124

Sun : Comparison of Spectra of its Limb and Centre, 77; Coro-
Silbury Hill bought by Sir J. Lubbock, Bart., 191

nal Atmosphere of the, 127, 149; Prof. G. A. Young on the,
Silicates, Constitution of (Br. A.), 475

393
Simple Diffraction Experiment, 550

Sun-spots and Rainsall, Periodicity of, 194, 245, 495, 547
Smet (Rev. P. J. de), Obituary Notice of, 355

Sunday Lecture Society, 558
Smith (Archibald), Obituary Notice of, 183

Sundevall (Prof. C. J.), Classification of Birds, 131
Smith (A. Percy), Instinct of Dogs, 6

Suppression of Scent in Pheasants, 48 ; in Rabbits, 78
Smith (E., M.D., F.R.S.), “Foods,” 301

Survival of the Fittest, Prof. L. Agassiz on, 3t, 283
Smith (F. J.), Mechanical Combination of Colours, 262 Swallows, Young, Flight of, 289
Smith (Geo.), Assyrian Expedition, 75, 271, 333, 436

Switzerland, Helvetic Society of Natural Sciences, 561
Smith (Hermann), Approach caused by Velocity and Resulting

in Vibration, 26; Errors respecting Organ-pipes, 45; Haro | Tait (Prof. P. G.), Rede Lecture on Thermo-electricity, 86, 122 ;
monic Causation and Harmonic Echoes, 383

Heating of a Disc by Rotation in vacuo, 173 ; Tyndall and
Smith (J. H., M.A.), “ Treatise on Arithmetic," 159

Forbes, 381, 399, 431
Smith (W. G.), Phosphorescence in Wood, 46

Tarry (M.), Cyclones and Sand-storms, 405
Smith (W. R.), The Hegelian Calculus, 26

Tasmania : Royal Society, 172 ; Geological Map of, 352
Smithsonian Institution, 389

Taunton College School, Science at, 171
Soakes, Canarese, 303

Taylor (J. E.), “ Half hours in the Green Lanes,” 361
Soeezing, Physiology of the Phenomenon, 76

Taylor (Mrs. R. B.), "The A B C of Chemistry,” 260
School of Mines, 210

Technical Education, Meeting at Marlborough House, Deputa-
Social Science Congress, Norwich, 472

tion to Privy Council, 293, 314, 513.
Societies, Scientific List of, 521; Publication of Transactions, Tegetmeier, Suppression of Scent in Pheasants, 48

Telegraphic Communications (Transatlantic) of Astronomical
Society of Arts, 110, 112, 371, 492; Memorial to Premier on Discoveries, 389
National Museums, 543

Telescope for Washington Observatory, 253
"Sociology, Principles of,” by Herbert Spencer, 93

Telescope Tube for Celestial Photography, 284
“Sociology, Descriptive,” by Herbert Spencer, 544

Telescope: Webb's “Celestial Objects for Common Tele-
Somersetshire Archäological and Natural History Society, 333, scopes,” 199
354

empel's Comet, 153
Sorby (H. C.), Chlorophyll Colouring-Matters, 202, 224 Tumperature and Pressure, 200
South African Museum, 352

Temperature of the Deep-sea, 29, 52, 266, 347, 403, 529; Im-
South Kensington Museum, Cookery at, 178; H. Cole, C.B., proved Thermometers, 195
on, 534

Thermo-electricity, Rede Lecture at Cambridge, by Prof. P. G.
Space ot Four Dimensions, 8

Tait, 86, 122
Spalding (Douglas A.), Flight of Birds not acquired, 289 Thermometers, Discussion on, 19; Miller-Casella, broken in
Spectra of Gases, Effect of Pressure and Temperature on (Br. A.), Deep-sea Soundings, 109; Deep-sea, 529
496

Thomé (Dr. O. W.), “Lehrbuch der Zoologie," 198
Spectra of the Limb and Centre of the Sun, 77

Thomson (James, C.E., LL.D.), Professor of Engineering at
Spectroscope, The, and its Applications, by J. Norman Lockyer, Glasgow, his scientific Career, 49
F.R.S., 19, 87, 104

Thomson (Prof. Wyville, F.R.S.), Notes from the Challenger,
Spectroscope, Improved, 172

28, 51, 109, 246, 266, 347, 400; Ventriculidæ, 484
* Spectrum Analysis, Researches in,” by J. N. Lockyer, F.R.S., Thorell (T., Ph.D.), “European Spiders,” 378
153, 156

Thysanura, Monograph of the," by Sir J. Lubbock, Bart.,
Spectrum Lines of Iron, Calcium, and Titanium, 46

M.P., 482
Spectrum of Nitrogen, 161

Tiddeman (R. H.), Settle Caves Report, 529
Spencer (Herbert), Principles of Sociology,” 93; “De- Timbs' “ Year Book of Facts,” 44
scriptive Sociology,” 544.

Tissandier (M. G.), Aërial Spectres seen froni a Balloon, 227
Spygmograph, and the Pulse, 330, 464, 486

Topley (W., F.G.S.), Whin Sill of Northumberland (Br. A.),
Spicer (Rev. W. W.), Etymology of Aphis, 103

476 ; Sub-Wealden Exploration (Br. A.), 497
"Spiders, European, Synonyms of,” by T. Thorell, Ph.D., 378 | Tornadoes, 126
Spiller (J., F.C.S.), Artificial Magnetite (Br. A.), 475

Toulmin Smith (Lucy), Dr. Wyville Thomson ! the Ven-
Sponge, New, dredged by the Challenger, 29

triculidæ, 484
Sporer (Prof. D.), Observations on the Sun, 391

“ Trades Guild of Learning,” 151, 171, 293, 494
Sprengel (C. K.), Fertilisation of Flowers, 49

Transit of Venus (See Venus)
Standards of Weight and Measure, 268, 307, 327, 367, 386, 489, Trap Rocks, their Meteorological Influence, 181
552

Triangulation of Europe, 192
Stanhope (Earl), Proposed Order of Intellectual Merit, 177 Turin Industrial Museum, 152
Star. Fishes, 104, 107

Turkish Scientific Periodical, 13
Stars, Southern, Catalogue of, 94

Tuscan Memorial to Galileo, 329
State Aid to Science, 21, 41, 54, 157, 177, 197, 217, 237, 257, Tylor (E. B., F.R.S.), Clodd's “Childhood of the World,” 99;
261, 262, 297, 317, 337, 354, 377, 414, 543

Morality and Religion in Early Civilisation, 198; Spencer's
Statistical Congress, International, 54

“Descriptive Sociology,” 562
Stembergia, Modern, Pith of the Balsam-Fir, 53

Tyndall (Prof. J., F.R.S.), Principal Forbes and Glacial The-
Steven:on (Thos.), Meteorological Influence of Trap Rocks, 181 ories, 64, 84, 381, 399, 431 ; Swedish (oder conferred on,
Stewart (Prof. B.), Heating of a Disc by Rotation in vacuo, 173 ; 292 ; Reflected Rainbows, 361, 423
Sun-spots, 234; Ethereal Friction (Br. A.), 494

Typhoid Epidemic in London, 343, 466, 514
Stewart (Dr. J. L.), Death of, 514
Stirling (J. H.), The Hegelian Calculus, 26; “ Philosophy of Ule (Dr. Otto and A. Hummel), “ Physikalische und Chemische
Law," 241 ; Hegel's Philosophy, 382

Unterhaltungen,” 44
Stone Livingstone), Fish Acclimatisation in California, 171 Universities, English, their Future ; a Voice from Cambridge,
Stone Implements found at New Jersey, 13

an Echo from Oxford, 71
Stones, Musical, 46

Universities and Science, Prof. C. A. Joy 4:1, 13
Storms, Law of, Developed, 124, 147, 164

Universities, English and Foreign, Science ?.', 21

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Universities ant Science, 41. 157, 197, 237, 243. 257, 261, 262 Weighing and Standards of Weight, 268, 307, 327, 367, 386, 489,

552
297, 354, 377, 414, 433 ; Report of the Science Commission,

Wllington College Natural History Society, 260
317, 337
Uranus, Prof. Newcomb's Tables of its Motions, 54

Westerly Progress of Cities, 102, 182

West Kent Natural History Societv, 131
Valentin (W G., F.C.S.), “Quvli'ative Chemical Analysis," 199 Wharton (C. By_rave), Motion in a Circle, 77
Variation of colour in Fish, 101, 46

Wheatstone (Sir Char e,, G and Medal of French Society of
Variations of O gars, 505

National Indu-try, 74; Elected Associate of the French
Velocity and Vibr

Acidemy Sciences, 209, 251
on, 25
Velocity of Light, A. Cornu's Experiments, 184

Wheweli (Dr, lite Master of Trinitv), Proposed Life of, 151
Venm and Po son, 7, 41, 101

Whin Sill of Northumberland (Br. A ), 476
Venomo is Caie pilirs, 7, 41, 101, 303, 466, 487

Whitmee (S 1.) Earthquakes in the Samoan Islands, 325
Venomous Repules of South America, 214

Whi worth Scholarships, 335, 395
Ventricu idæ, 484

Wild Bird, Pro ection Act, I, 209
Vevus, Transit of, Observations of Jeremi ih Horrox, 117, 137 Willemoes-Suhm (Dr. von), Deep-Sea Dredging on Boar d the
Venus, Transi: of, 1874, Recom nendat ons of Board of Vis:10's, Challenger, 28. 51

Greenwich O se va ory, 129; German Qb.ervations, 271; Willet (H.), Sub. Weald-n Exploration (Br. A.), 497
Rss an Exne'it on, 35, 271

Williams (Greville, F.R.S.), Emeralds and Bery's, 254, 284
Verreau« (J. P), Obituary Notice of, 535, 537

Wiliams (Rev. S. E., M.A.), “ Arithm-tic and Algebra,” 159
Ve: uviris : Pliniani's Incendw Ve-jv ano," 362; Mallet-Pal. Williams (W. Mattieu, F.C.S.), Spectrum Lines of Iron Cal.
niieii', 1). Fo bes. F. R.S., on, 528, 549

cium and Titanium, 46 ; Science in Italy, 113 ; Intellect of
Vézère, Prrhis oric Remaii s, 58

Purpoi es, 163; Mrs. Cay ur's " A B C oi Chemistry," 260 ;
Vicio ia Cave Exploration, W. B yıl Diwkins, F.R.S , on, 19 Au'umnal Typhoi i Epidemics, 466
Victoria: Climate of, 152 ; Mineral Statistics, 335i Mining Williamson (Prof. A. W., F.R.S.), Inaugural Address at British
Department of, 352

Association, 406
Victoria Ins'itute, 334

Williamson (Prof. W. C., F.R.S.), Coals and Coal Plants (Br.
Vienna: proposed Conference on In'ernational Coinage, 229; A ), 446

Exhibit on, Expense; of Jurors, 54. 272, 333. 355, 575; Wills (Thos.), New Ozone Generator, 146
Imperial Academy of Sciences, 335; Meteorological Congress, Wilson (Henry S ), Venomous Caterpillars, 45
408 ; Student's Home, 152 ; Now Zoological Museum, 75; Winchester Co lege, Natural History Society, 282; Scienti Sc
Zoological Socie y, 180

Soce y 484
Vi e Di eası, 557

Winters and Summers, 182
Volets, Fritilisation of, 50

Wires used to Correct Echo, 120
Volanic Eruption, R Mallet, F.R.S., on, 362, 485, 549 Wine (Prof.), his propos-d Balloon Voyage from America to
Volca, ic Products, Origin of, 66

England, 364, 389, 436
Vulcanoes : in Columbia, 192 ; in Iceland, 404; in Japan, 112, Woud (Wal ace, M.D.), “Chronos : Mother Earth's Bio.
196

graphv,” 259

Wiod, Phosphorescence in, 46, 103
Wacherer (Dr. Otto). Ohituary Notice of, 535

Woolwird (C. J ), Wave Mution, 506
Wayner (Moritz), “ The Dar vini in Theory," 180

“ World of Atons,” by Marc. Antoine Gaudin, 81
Walker (C. V, FR.S.), Carbon Battery Plates. 529

W andotte Cav-, 229
Walker (Henry, F.G.S.), Glacial Drilis of North London, 287 Wyoming, Geulogy of, Prof. Cope on, 19, 93, 116, 156, 390
Wallace (Alfred R., F.2.S.), Natural History Collections in

the East India Museum, 5; Cullecrion of Birds from the Yale College, Scientific School, 252, 322
Malay Archipelago, Boughi for the Brilish Museum, 54 ; Per- / - Year: book of Facts,” 44
cep ivn and 'In-uinct in the Lower Animals, 65, 302 ; Dr. Yellowstone Exploring Expedition, 331
Pale's " Text-bouk of Physical Geography,” 358; Works on Young (Prof. C. A.), Improved Spectroscope, 172 ; Crust of
African Travel, 429 ; Lyels ** Antiquity of Man,” 462

the Sun, 393
Wallis (Dr.). his Latin Translation oi the MSS. O Jeremiah
Horrox, 137

Zittel (Prof. Dr. K. A ), “ Aus der Urzeit,” 547
Wal-ingham (Lord), Oreodon Remains froin Upper Oregon, Zodiacal Light, Maxwell Hall on, 7, 181

Zool. gy : Zoologic 1 Gardens, Cranes, 383 ; Additions to, 14,
War (J. Clifton), Glaciation of the Lake D'strict, 154

35, 36, 55, 76, 113, 131, 153, 173, 193, 211, 232, 253, 273,
Washburn (G.), An qiiy of Man, 392

294 315, 335, 356, 372, 39, 405, 436, 473, 194, 515, 536,
Washin, tun, Naval Observatory at, 35, 253 ; Signal Office, 559; Girten, Calvu ta, 34 ; Ga de', Philadelphia, 55; ** Zoo-
35. 112, 124

lo ical Mitholo-y,” by Prof. D- G berna is, 43 ; Zoological
Waves and Earthquakes, 547

Recird, 54, 527 ; Sociriy, M-etings, 18, 58. 95, 135, 195,
Wave Lenths, Variation in, 393

231; Society. Vienna, 180 ; Sati in at Nap'es, 34, 81, 454;
Wave Motion, Me hud of Siu lying, 506

Zoolo rist. The, 335, 395 ; " Zoology, His vry of," by Prof. J.
Wealien B ring, 487, (Br. A.) 497

V cior Carus, 18; Thomé's “ Lehrbuch der Zoologie,” 198.
Webb (Rev. T. W.), “Celestial Objects for Common Tele- (See British Association, Sec. D)

scopes,” 199

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