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Biblical Archæology, Society of, 112, 115

British Association (continued) :-
Bichromate Photographs, 67

and Religion in Early Civilisation, by E. B. Tylor, 498;
Biela's Comets, 4

Glands of Drosera, by A. W. Bennett, 479
Biological Professorship, Magdalen College, Oxford, 464, 513

Section E (Geography).-Officers, 292
Biology, Examinations of Science and Art Department, 550

Section F(Economic Science and Statistics).-Officers, 292
Bird of Paradise, new, 151, 305, 501

Section G (Mechanical Science). -Officers, 292 ; Opening Ad.
Birds, Classification of, 131

dress by W. H. Barlow, 426
Birds, Flight of, 86, 324, 362

British Medical Association, 270, 292, 304, 313
“ Birds of the Humber District," 100

British Museum, Purchase of Mr. Wallace's Birds of the Malay
Birds of the Malay Archipelago, 54

Archipelago, 54; Report on Botanical Department, 210;
Birds of New Zealand, 151

Bequest of Oriental Caligraphy, 232 ; Pay of Officers, 217
“ Birds, North American,” by Elliott Coues, M.D., 21

Brodie (Sir B.C., Bart., D.C.L.), Marsh Gas and Formic Acid ;
Birmingham : Free Libraries Committee, 172; Natural History

Electric Decomposition of Carbonic Oxide, 164 ; Scientific
and Microscopical Society, 334, 355, 469 ; Birmingliam and Instruction at Universities, 197, 339 ; Speech on Opening of
Midland Institute, 472, 492

Owens College, 508
Boa Constrctor killed in India, 231

Brook-Smith (J.), Arithmetic in Theory and Practice, " 159
Bologna, Academy of Sciences, 113

Browne (A. H.), Order of Merit for Scientific Men, 223
Bonney (Rev. T. G., F.G.S.), Lakes of the North-eastern Alps,

Bruhns (Prof. Karl), “Life of Alex. von Humboldt," 238
18 ; Science at Cambridge, 83

Brunton (Dr.), Nature of Cholera (Br. A.), 479
Borlase (W.C.), Free Standing Dolmens, 202, 344

Bryce (Dr. J., F.G.S.), Earthquakes in Scotland (Br. A.), 476
Botanic Gardens, Adelaide, 35; Melbourne, 334

Bubale from Abyssinia, 364
Botanical Society, 313

Buck (E. C., B.C.S.), Collective Instinct in Animals, 302.
Botanical Society of France, 171

Buckland (Frank), “ Familiar History of British Fishes," 261
Botany (See British Association, Sec. D)

Buddington (Capt. S. O.) and the Polaris Expedition, 75, 218,
Botany “Grafting and Budding,” by C. Baltet, 180

404, 435
Brachiopoda, Systematic Position of, 391

Buffalo, Society of Natural Sciences, 172, 315
Bradford, British Association Meeting at (See British Associa-

Buller (Dr. W. L.), Birds of New Zealand, 151
tion)

Burton (Capt. R. F.), Lacerda's Journey to Cazembe, 429
Brady (George S.), Collecting and Preserving Microzoa, 68 Bushmen of South Africa, their Drawings and Paintings, 6
Brady (H. B., F.L.S.), Cinchona Culture, 555

Butterflies, Migration across Isthmus of Panama, 536
Brain, Effect of Education in Developing the, 152
l'rain, Localisation of the Cerebral Functions, 468, 477
“ Brain, Convolutions of the," by Dr. A. Ecker, 516

Calcutta, Zoological Garden at, 34
Krazil Rock Inscriptions, 46

California : Academy of Sciences, 116; Acclimatisation of Fish,
Bream, Variation of Colour in, 25

171
Brewer (W. H.), Gassendi and Natural Selection, 163

Caligraphy, Oriental, Bequest to British Museum, 232
Brighton and Sussex Natural History Society, 334

Cambrian Archäological Association, 292
Brighton Aquarium (See Aquarium, Brighton)

Cambridge ; Oreodon Remains in Woodwardian Museum, 30),
British Association for the Advancement of Science :-Meeting 385; Rede Lecture 86, 122 ; Report of Science Commission,

at Bradford ; Arrangements, 251, 312, 370, 405; Officers, 337 ; Science at, 12, 54, 93, 110, 151, 512, 557; A Voice
292 ; Inaugural Address by Prof. A. W. Williamson, from, 21, 41, 83 ; Trinity College Natural Science Fellowship
F.R.S., 406; Soirée, 448 ; Report of Council, 448 ; At- and Scholarship, 25, 35; Observatory at, 131
tendance, Grants, 473

Canarese Snakes, 303
Section A (Mathematical and Physical Science).—Officers, 292 ; Cannibalism in Florida, 112 ; in Central Africa, 374

Opening Address by Prof. H. J. S. Smith, 448 ; Report Carbon Battery Plates, 487, 529
on Instruction in Elementary Geometry, 452; Report on Carné (Louis de), “Travels in Indo-China," 258
Shooting-stars, 474 ; Etherial Friction, hy Prof. B. Stewart, Carpenter (Dr. W. B., F.R.S.), elected Member of Paris Aca.
494 ; Cyclones, Rainfall, and Sunspots, by C. Meldrum, demy of Sciences, 230
495 ; Effect of Pressure and Temperature on Spectra of Carpenteer-bees killed by Orioles, 253
Gases, by A. Schuster, 496 ; Dynamometers, by R. S. Ball, , Carruthers (W.), Report on Botanical Department, British Mu-
497 ; Introduction of the Decimal Point, by J. W. L. seum, 210
Glaislier, 515

Carus (Prof. J. Victor), Address on Zoology, 55; History of
Section B (Chemical Science). — Officers, 292 ; Opening Ad- Zoology, 118

dress by W. H. Russell, F.R.S., 415; Report on Gold “Castleton, Derbyshire, Handbook to," 172
Assays, 475 ; Process for Purifying Coal Gas, by A. Ver- Caterpillars, Venomous, 7, 44, 101, 303, 466, 487
non Harcourt and F. W. Fison, 475 ; Artificial Magnetite, Cave at Settle, W. B. Dawkins, F.R.S., on (Br. A.), 476, 540
by J. Spiller, 475 ; Constitution of Silicaces, by Prof. Scha- Caves in West and South Coast of Scotland, 293
farick, 475; Sulphide of Methyl and Bromacetic Acid, by Cazembe, The Lands of," by Dr. D. Lacerde, 429
Prof. Crum Brown, 475

Cephalopod, Gigantic, in Japan, 112
Section C (Geology). -Officers, 292 ; Opening Address by John Cerebral Functions, Localisation of the, 467, 477, 516

Phillips, 419; Fossils in the North-western Highlands, by Chacornac (Jean), Obituary Notice of, 512
W. Jolly, 476; Earthquakes in Scotland, by Dr. Bryce, Challenger, The, Progress of, 53, 333, 535 ; Notes from
476; Report on the Settle Cave, by W. Boyd Dawkins, the Challenger, by Prof. Wyville Thomson, F.R.S., 28, 51,
476 ; Report of the Boulder Committee, by the Rev. H. W. 109, 246, 266, 347, 400
Crosskey, 476 ; Whin Sill of Northumberland, by W. Challis (Prof. J.), “ Mathematical Principles of Physics," 279
Topley and G. A. Lebour, 476 ; Maltese Fossil Elephants, Charterhouse School of Science, 210
by Dr. A. Leith Adams, 497 ; Sub-Wealden Exploration, Chauveau (A.), “ Comparative Anatomy of Domesticated Ani.
by H. Willett and W. Topley, 497 ; Rocks of St. David's, mals,” 158
by H. Hicks, 497

Chemical Science (See British Association, Section B)
Section D (Biology). -Officers, 292; Opening Address by Chemical Society, 39, 79, 135, 194
Prof. Allmann, 421

Chemical Society, Berlin, 80, 135, 176, 236, 256, 316
Sub-Section D (Department of Zoology and Botany).—Report Chemistry : Laboratories of Natural History Museum, Paris, 226;

on the Foundation of Foreign Stations, 454. (Department Prof. A. W. Williamson's Inaugural Address at British Asso-
of Anatomy and Fhysiology).-Opening Address by Prof. ciation, 406; Professorship in Engineering College at Jeddo,
Rutherford, 455; Localisation of the Functions in the Brain, 12 ; “Chemistry, Elements of,” by Dr. W. A. Miller, 260;
by Prof. Ferrier, 477 ; Huizinga's Experiments on Abio. Chemistry for Schools,” by C. H. Gill, 160 ; " Chemistry,
genesis, by Dr. Burdon-Sanderson, 478: Electricity of History of,” by F. Hoefer, 320; “ Chemistry, Practical, Junior
Disnæa muscipula, by Dr. Burdon-Sanderson, 479; Nature Course of,” by Prof. Roscoe, 242; “Chemistry, the ABC
of Cholera, by Dr. Brunton, 479. (Department of Anthro- of,” by Mrs. R. B. Taylor, 260 ; “ Chemistry, the Birth of,"
pology).- Opening Address by John Beddoe, 457 ; Morality by G. F. Rodwell, 56; Valentin's “ Qualitative Analysis,” 199

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Cherry-laurel, Spots on the, 245

Cromlechs and Dolmen-mounds, 202, 344
Chester Society of Natural Science, 515

Croonian Lecture, by B. W. Richardson, M.D., F.R.S., 132
Chevreul (M.), Albert Gold Medal of Society of Arts awarded Crum-Brown (Prof.), Sulphide of Methyl and Bromacetic Acid
to him, 110

(Br. A.), 475
"Childhood of the World," by Edw. Clodd, 99

Crustaceans, Blind, 51, 112
China, Meteorology in, 389

Crystal Palace : (See Aquarium); School of Engineering, 294
Cbisholm (H. W.), International Metric Commission, 403 ; Cuba Observatory, 294
Weighing and Measuring, and Standards of Weights aná Cuckoo, Mode of depositing her Eggs, 182
Measures, 268, 307, 327, 367, 386, 489, 552

Cyclones, Prof. T. B. Maury on, 124, 137 ; Capt. Maury and
Chlorine and Hydrogen, Explosion of, 363

J. J. Murphy on, 182 ; and Sand-storms, 405; Rainfall and
**Chlorophyll Colouring Matters,” by Dr. Kraus, 202, 224

Sun-spots (Br. A.), 495
Cholera, Nature of (Br. A.), 479
Chronometer Tests, 150

Daisy, Abnormal, 303
Chronometers, Determining the Rates of, 394

D'Albertis (Sig. L. M.), New Bird of Paradise, 151, 305;
" Chronos : Mother Earth’s Biography,” by Dr. Wood, 259

Travels in New Guinea, 501
Cincinnati ; Acclimatisation Society, 315; Observatory, 54 Danube, Delta of the, 115
Circhona Culture, 555

Darien, Isthmus of, proposed Ship-canal, 172
Cimpedes, Males and Complemental Males of, 431

Darwin (C., F.R.S.), Habits of Ants, 244 ; Males and Comple-
City Companies and Technical Education, 293, 314, 514

mental Males of Cirripedes, 431 ; Variations of Organs, 505
Civil Engineers, Institution of, 39, 59, 75, 115

Darwin (George), Moving in a Circle, 6; Variations of Organs,
Clarke (Hyde), Natural History Collections in East India Mu- 505

seum, 5; Rock Inscriptions of Brazil, 46; Egyptian Colony Darwinian Theory and Migration of Organisms," by Moritz
and Language in the Caucasus, 79

Wagner, 180
Clerk-Maxwell (Prof. J., F.R. S.), Approach caused by Velocity, Darwinism, F. H. Balkwill on, 252, 395
25; Kinetic Theory of Gases, 85; Loschmidt's Experiments Dawkins (W. B.), Report on the Settle Cave (Br. A.), 476, 549
on Diffusion, 298; Molecules (Br. A.) 437 ; Temperature of Dawson (Dr.), Evolution Theory, 392
a Gaseous Column subjected to Gravity, 527; Molecules in Dawson (George, M.A.), “Manual of Photography,” 82
Motion, 537

Dawson (Principal J. W., F.R.S.), A Modern Sternbergia, 53
Clifford (Prof. W. K.), Riemann's Hypotheses of Geometry, Decimal Point in Arithmetic, its Introduction (Br. A.), 515
14, 36

Deep-sea Researches, New York ship Mercury, 13; in Gulf of
Clifton (Prof. H. B.), Oxford Science Fellowships, 528, 549 St. Lawrence, 112; Forms of Animal Life, 180 ; Soundings
Clodd (Edwd.), “Childhood of the World,” 99

and Thermometers, 266, 529. (See Challenger)
Clouds, Cirrus and Cirronus, 126

Deidamia leptodactyla, new Crustacean, 51, 485
Coal: Coal and Coal Plants (Br. A.), 446; Rev. J. R. Leifchild De La Rue (Dr. Warren, F.R.S.), on Sun-spots, 234, 292

on, 372; Consumption of, 492; Prizes for Economy in the Use Demagnetisation of Needles, 102
of, 371 ; Explorations in Leicestershire, 334 ; in Peru, 192 ; Detonation, Rapidity of, 534
Coal Gas, Process for Purifying (Br. A.), 475

Deutsch (Emanuel), Death of, 74
Cornage, International, proposed, 229

Development Theory in Germany, 37
Cole (Henry, C.B.), his Retirement, 209 ; Testimonial to, 357 ; Devon and Exeter Schools of Science, 153
on the South Kensington Museum, 534

Dewar (J.), Physiological Action of Light, 204
College of Practical Science endowed by Sir Josiah Mason, 93

Diana, Arctic Voyage of the, 472
Collembola, Monograph of the," by Sir John Lubbock, Bart., Dick (Capt. St. John), “Flies and Fly Fishing,” 220
M.P., 482

Dietz (E.), “Chemical Analysis and Assaying," 180
Colmar (Thomas de), The Arithmometer, 325

Diffusion, Experiments on, 298
Colour: of the Emerald and Beryl, 254, 263, 284 ; its Variation “ Dissection, Guide to,” by G. H. Morrell, 4
in Fish, 25, 46, 1o; of Lightning, 383

Diverticulum of Small Intestines, as a Rudimentary Structure
Colour Blindness, 375

(Br. A.), 540
Colours, Mechanical Combination of, 262

Dogs, Perception and Instinct in, 6, 65, 67, 284, 302 ; Dogs
Comets : Biela's, Tempel's, Brorsen's, and Faye's, 4, 153, 371, 389 reared by Cats, 78
Comets, New, 371

Dohrn (Dr.), Zoological Station at Naples, 34, 81, 454, 491
* Comparative Anatomy, Student's Manual of,” by G. H. Mor. Dollinger (Dr.), President of Bavarian Academy of Science, 75
rell, M.A., 4

Dolmens, W. C. Borlase on, 202 ; Mounds and Cromlechs, 344
"Comparative Anatomy of Domesticated Animals,” by A. “ Domesticated Animals, Comparative Anatomy of," 158
Chauveau, 158

Donati (Prof. G. B.), Obituary Notices of, 436, 556
Comte on the Survival of the Fittest, 283

Dor (Prof.), Colour Blindness, 375
Condensation of Air and Steam on Cold Surfaces, 134

Dragon-flies of California, 19
Condensed Milk, 97

Draper (Dr. J. C.), Evolution of Structure in Seedling Plants,
Coos (Capt.), Treatment of his Remains in Hawaii, 211

373
Cookery: at South Kensington, 178, 371 Training School for, 293 Drayson (Lieut.-Col. R.A.), “The Last Glacial Epoch,” 301
Coolie Labour, 58

Dredging in Lake Toronto, 193; on the Devonshire Coast, 469.
Cape (Prof. E. Ď.), Geology of Wyoming, 19, 20, 34, 93, 116, (See Deep-sea Researches)
156, 390; the Wyandotte Cave, 229

Dresser (H. E., F.Z.S.), “ Birds of Europe,” 380
Copenhagen, Scandinavian Scientific Congress, 333

Drosera, Movements of Glands of (Br. A.), 479
Coral dredged by the Challenger. 29

Druitt (Dr.), Testimonial to, 151
Coral Sand in Bermudas, in process of Formation, 267

Dublin, Trinity College, 191; Royal College of Science, 230, 436
Cordeaux (John), “ Birds of the Humber District,” 100

Durham University, 514
Corcoba, Argentine Republic, Observatory at, 111, 252

Dust Whirlwind, 126
Carfield (Prof. W. M., M.D.), Typhoid Epidemic in London, Dyer (Prof. Thiselton), “ Aspects of Vegetation,” 13 : Fungi,
343 ; Sanitary Progress, 517

59 ; Spots on the Cherry-laure., 245; Biological Fellowship
Coronal Atmosphere of the Sun, 127, 149

at Magdalen College, 464, 513
Comu (Alfred), Experiments on Velocity of Light, 184

Dynamometers (Br. A.), 497
6;

Cornu (Maxime), A French Physical Society, 73
Cornwall Polytechnic Society, 55

Eagle's Eggs, 19
Coste (M.), Obituary Notice of, 436

Earley (Wm.), Habits of Wild Rabbits, 77
Cotton Cultivation in Egypt, 194

Earthquakes : Dumfries, 5; Rangoon, Peshawur, Lahore, Al.
to

Coles (Elliot, M.D.), “Key to North American Birds,” 21 bania, Doncaster, 13; Assam, 95; Attock, 112 ; Chili, India,

Cox (Prof. E. T.), his Survey of Indiana, 228
C

Italy, 191 ; Bagdad, Italy, Buffalo, 210; Italy, 231 ; South-
Cox Serjt

. ), "What am I The Mechanism of Man,”;179 port, Chile, 253 ; Jamaica, 294 ; Valparaiso, 314 ; Samoan
Crabtree, his Correspondence with Horrox, 117, 137

Islands, 325 ; Nottingham, 370 ; Scotland (Br. A.), 476
19 Cranes at the Zoological Gardens, 383

Eastbourne Natural History Society, 371

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East India Museum. Natural History Collections, 5

Fleming (G.), Chauveau's “ Comparative Anatomy of Domesti-
East Kent Natural H story Society, 131

cated Animals.” 158
Echinoderms, Recent Works on, 103

"Fries and Fly fishini," bv Captain St. John Dick, 220
Echo corrected by the Use of Wires, 120

Flight of B rus, 89, 222, 324. 362
Echoes, Harmonic,

Flint (A., jun., M.D.), "Paysiulogy of Man,” 89
Ecker (Dr. Alex ), “ Convlutions of the Human Brain,” 526

Fora of Hamp-hire, 129
Eclipses, Solar : Dec. 12, 1871, Dr. Janssen on the Coronal

Florence, Memorial to Galileo, 329 ; International Horticultural
Atmosphere, 127, 149 ; Dr. Oudemans' Photographs, 175 ; Exhibition at, 557
May 26, 1873 131

Floud-r. Viration of Colour in the, 101
Eclipses and Magnet sm, 113

Flower (Prof. W. II., F.R.S.), Palæuntology, 192 ; Pay of
Eden (C), Venomo is Caterpillars. 466

Scientific Men, 243
Edinburgh : University, 251 ; Museum of Science and Art, 313 ;

Flowers, Fertiliation of, by Insects (See Fertilisation)
School of Arts, 191 ; Scuttish Meteorulogical Society, 256; Flycatcher's Ne-t. 263
Veterinary College, 473

Foods," by E. Sinih, M.D., F.R.S., 301
Education : in Germany, 536; in Italy, 558 (See Universities)

Forbes (W. A), Fertilisation of Orchid, 121
Eduaris (H.), Honey-making Ant of Texas, 250

Forbes (David, F.R.S.), Mallet. Palinieri's “Vesuvius,” 36 2,
Eels, Hermaphroditi.m ol, 113

528 ; his Criticis n on Mallei': "Vo ca ic Theory,” 485, 549
Eggers (A.), propo-ed Inti rnational Coinage, 229

Forbes (Prof. George). C aims of Forbes and Agassiz on Glicial
Eypt, Cotton Cultivation, 194

Theories, 44, 64 84, 222
Egyptian Inscriptions, 112

Forbe, (W. A.) Grus vipio, 164
Elcc ric D cimposition of Carbonic Oxide, 164

Fore gn Oriers of Merit, 481, 549
Electrical Illumination, New Method of, 372

Firmic Acid and Marsh-g is, 164
Electrical Measurement, 134

Fossi s : Carnivora from Wyoming, 93 ; Elephants (Br, A. ), 497;
“Electricity,” hy R. M. Ferguson, Ph.D., 63

Plants collec ed by Dr. Gopperi, 271 ; Skeleton of Guada.
' Electricity and Magnetism,” by Prof. Fleeming Jenkin, F.R.S.,

loupe, 122 ; in the North-westen Higalands (Br. A.),
42

476
El.ctricity, Flammarion on. 24

Foster (Dr. Michael), Elementary Biology, 54
El as (Ney), Western Mongolia, 114

France : Association for the Advancement of Science, 468 ;
Emeralds and Bery s, Researches on, 254. 284

Meeting at Ly, ns, 270, 349, 370

(Sve Paris)
Endowment of Research, The. 157, 197, 237, 243, 257, 261, 262, Freem in (E. A., D.C.L.), " I'use Place of Exeter in English
297, 317, 337, 354, 377, 414 433

Historv,” 289
Engineering Schoul at the Crystal r'alace, 294

Freerius, Annivers ry of his School of Chemistry, 74
Entomological Society, 19, 59, 195, 215

Frick (Dr. J.), “th sika ische Technik,” 62
Entomology : Nor h American Muth, 193 ; Origin and Meta-

Froy, ihe Common, by St George Mivart, F.R.S., 470, 510
morphoses of Ins:cis, by Sir J. Lubbock, Bart. M.P., F.R.S.,

Fryer (C. E.), Growth of Salm in, 285
31, 70, 107, 143, 167, 207

Fuel. Dr. Siemens on (Br. A.), 441
Eniromostraca, coll c ing and preserving, 68

Fungi, Edible, 100 ; Para ivic. Cillec ions of, 94
Equilibrium of Temperature of Gaseous Column subjected to

Fungus Shows at Hort.cultural Suciety, 493
Gravity, 527
Ether and Atoms, 322, 361

Galiley, Memorial to, 329
Ethereal Fric ion (Br. A.), 494

Galion, (J. C.), Dr. Ecker's “Convolutions of the Brain,"
Ethnology: Aleutian Islands a'id Alaska, 112; Berlin Anthropo-

526
logical Scietv, 272 ;
“ Zeitschrift lür Ethnologie," 17

Galloupe (C. W.), Presentation of a Yacht to the Anderson
European Spiders,” by T. Thorell, Pn. D., 378

S hool, Prnikese Is'and. 230, 271
European Weeds an 1 Insects in America, 202

Gamitto (M.). Journey in Anii a, 429
Evolut on Theory, 37. 509

Garrod (A. H.), O igin of Nerve Force, 265, 324, 362, 465;
" Evolution, The Pnilosophy of," hy B. T. Lowne, 242

The Sphygmograph, 486
Evolu ion of Structu e in See vling Plants, 373

Gas endi, his Anticipation of Natural Selection, 162
Exeter, its Place in English Historv, 289

Gascous co'umn subje ted to G avity ; iis Temperature, 486, 527
“Eye, Physiology of the," by S. H. Salon, 322

Ga es, Kinetic Theory of, 67, 85, 298

Gase«, Clerk Maxwell's Theory of, 85
Faraday, Lessons of his Lise (With Portrail), 397 ; on Scientific Gas aldi (Sig. B.), Glacier-crusion in Alpine Va'leys, 18
Lecturing, 524

Gaudin (Marc Antuine), “L'Architecture du Monde des
Farrer (T. H.), Fertilisation of Lotus corniculatus, 162

Atomes,” 81
Fauna of Kiel Bay, 3

Gentry, Fertilisation of Flowers by Insects, 541
Faye's Comet, 389

Geographical Sciety, 114 ; Medals, 13, 94 ; Works on African
Fayrer (Dr.), Srake Poison, Venomous Caterp:llars, 44

Travel, 429
Female Educatio ' : Certificates granted in London University, Geo-raphical Society, Ber`in, 195

130 ; London University, 210; Miss Pogson appointed A-- "Leography, Pnysical Text-book of,” by D. Page, LL.D.,
sistant Astronomer at Madras, 513; Bcquesis by Juhn Stuart F.RS., 358

Geology: Ge logical Map of Australia and Tasmania, 352 ;
Ferguson (
RM), “Electricity,” 63

Geological Sociely, 18, 58, 95, 154, 174, 196, 213; Ge logical #
Ferrier (Prof), Localisation of the Functions in the Brain (Br. Society, Glasgow, 39 79; Veological Subsid nce and Upe
A.), 468, 477

heaval, 223; Geulog cal Survey of Indiana, 228 ; Ge T.gisis'
Fertilisation of Flowers by Insects, 49, 59, 121, 143, 161, 162, Associa' on, 58, 15, 235, 335, 371 ; “Lyel s Antiquity of
187, 202, 205, 223, 244. 433, 541.

Man,” 462. (See Br. A , Sec. C)
Festing (A. M.). Venomous Caterpulars, 101

Geometry, Elemen'ary, Report on Instruction in (Br. A.),
Feuchtwanger (Prof.), Exi-tence of Live Mammoths, 393

452 ; The Hypothe.es which lie at its Bases, by Bernhard Rie-
“ Field and Forest Rambles," by A. Leith•Adams, F.K.S., 320 nan, 14, 36
Field Clubs, List of, 521

Germ Theory of Putiefraction, 212, 232
Finlay (Geo.), Polarisation of Light in the Rainbow, 466 German Asri an Expedition. 313.
Fish, W. K.“ Parker's Researches on their Anatomy, 74 ; dis- Germany, Development Th ory in, 37 ; Education in, 536

tinguished by their Action, 263 ; Fish, Variation of Colour in, Giles (Ernest), Explorition in Australia, 94
25, 46, 101 ; Fish-Acclima'isation in California, 171

Gill (C. H.), “ Chemisny for Schools," 160
Fisheries of New England and New Yok, 55

Giilander (A ), Venomou. Cterpillar , 466
Fishes, Briti-h, Familiar History of," by Frank Buckland, 261 Glacial Dritis of North London, 287
Fishinongers' Company, Grant for Research on the Anatomy of “Glacial Epoch, The Last, by Leat.-Colonel Drayson, 301

Gluial Epoch, Climate of Europe during the, 113
Fisun (F. 'W.), Process for Purifying Coal Gas (Br. A.), 475 G'acial Period, The, 283, 467, 506
Flammarion (Camille), “The Atmosphere," 22

Glacial Theories, Originators of (Se Agassiz, Forbes, Tyndall)

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Fish, 74

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Glaciation of the Lake District, 154

Horns of Animals, Proposed Collection of, 151
Glacier er vsion Theory, Rev. T. G. Bonney, F.G.S., and Sig. B. Horrox (Jeremiah), 117, 137
Gaitaldi on, 18

Horses, Perception and Instinct in, 65, 78, 322
Glad-one (Dr., F.R.S.), Black Deposits of Metals (Br. A.), 458 Horticultural Society. 39, 59, 95, 155, 255, 315, 480, 493, 541
Gladston- (Right Hon. W. E.), Reply to Memorial from Cam. H. uzeau (J. C.), Mind in the Lower Animals, 91

bridge Un versity, 24. 41 ; Correspondence with Society of Howitt (A. W.), Sense of Dir. ction in Animals, 322
Arts
on National Museun s, 543

Huemul, The, Dr. J. E. Gray on, 263, 302
Glaisher (James, F.R.S.), Flammurinn's “Atmosphere," 22 Huiz nga (Prof. D.), Experiments on Abiogenesis, 85, (Br. A.)
Glar her (J. W. L.), Introuuciion of the Decimal Point

478, 504
(Br. A.), 515

“ Humber District, Birds of the,” 100
Glasgow : University, New Professor of Engineering, 49; Geo- ". Humboldt (Alex. von), Life of," 238
loyical Society, 39 79

Hummel ( 4.), “ Das Lebrn der Eroe,” 44
Gold found in Qarız in Dimfriesshire, 371

Hummel (A. and Dr. Otto Yule), “Physikalische und Chemische
Goppert (Dr.), Fo-sıl Plants, 271

Unterbaltungen,” 44
Gore (G.) Scient fic Research, 354

Hunt (Prol. J. S'erry), Origin of Volcanic Products, 66 ; Geo.
Göttingen, Royal Syciery of Sciences, 336, 520

logy of New Brunswick. 393
Givern, ent Aid to S ience (See State Aid to Science)

Hution (Capt F. W.), Echmodermata of New Zealand, 104
"Gra'ting and Budding," by C. Biliet, 180

Huxley (Prof. T. H.), Reform Aberdeen Univer-ity, 12 ;
Gray (Dr. J. E., F.R.S.), The Huemul, 263, 302 ; Internal Nose of Principal Forbes, Prof. Tyndall and Glacier Theories, 64,
Peccaries and Pgs, 488

84; Intellect of Porpoises, 163
Greenwood (Col. Geo.), Lakes with Two Outfalls, 382

Hyalodema, Japanese Gla-s ripe Sponge, 393
Grev-Egerton (Sir P. de M., Bart., F.R.S.), Miners' Rules in Hydrogen and Chlorine, Explosion of, 363

the 17h Centurr, 47
Grote (Aug. R), D. idimi?, 485

Iceland, Volcano-s in, 404
Ground Ivy, with undeveloped Stamens, 121, 143, 161

India Science in, 231, 405, 513. (See Bengal, Calcutta)
Grus vipio, 164. 383

Indiana, Geology al survey o',

228
Gunernani's (Prof. Angelo de), “Zoological Mythology,” 43

“Indo-China, Travels in,” by Louis de Carné, 258
Gu ldford Science an i Art Classes, 514

Innsbrück, Society of, in!
Gulf Streim, its Influence on Storms, 147
Gulf Weed col ected by the Challenger, 348

Insects, Fertilisation of Flowers hy (See Fertilisation)

Insec's, Origin and Metamorpho.es of, by Sir J. Lubbock, Bart.
Gulliver (Dr. G.), Extirpaciun by Collec ors of Rare Plants and

F.R.S., 31, 70, 107, 143. 167, 207
Animals, 73 ; Care of Minkeys for their Dead, 103, 163

Ivstinct : Moving in a Cicle, 6, 27; in the Lower Animals, 6,
Gun-cotton, Rapidity of Detonation 534

65, 67, 77, 282, 284, 322 ; in Plants, 164
Guthrie (Principal É., LL.B.), Kinetic Theory of Gases, 67;

In elleci of Purpoises, 163, 229
Equi ivrium of Temperature of a Gaseous Culumu, 486, 527 ; Internasional Coinage, proposed, 229
Flight of Birds, 86, 324, 362

Internati nal Exhibiti in, 39, 40, 293 ; 1874, 334
Hague (). D.), Habits of Ants, 244

Internuion al Metric Commission, 403
Hal, Different Forms of, 22, 23

Towa, Scientific Journal, 194
Hail-corm at Highfield House Observatory, 12!

Ireland (Ste Belfast, Dul lin)
Hall (Capt) Arctic Exp oration and the Polaris Expedition,

Iron and Steel Institute. 34 54 ; Meeting at Liége, 333, 354
55, 76, 83, 102, 131, 171, 218, 271, 313, 535

Ir n, Çalc um and Titanium, Coincidence of their Spectrum
Hall (Maxwell), Zudiacal Ligut, 7, 181; Temperature and Pres-

Lines, 46

Iron Giriler moved by Power of Expansion under Heat, 232
Halımıra, H. H. Higgins on, 245

Italy : Ass .ciation for the Advincement of Science, 472 ; Bo-
Hanco :k (Albany), De th of, 557,

tanical Journal, 17; Education in. 558; Science in, 113. (See
Hansteen (Coristo, her), Obiiuiry Notice of, 349

bologna, Florence, Lombardy, Naples, Rume, Turin)
Hanourt (A. V.), Proces for Purifying Coal Gas (Br. A.), 475
Harmonic Echoes, 319, 383, 487

Jacamar shot near Gainsborough, 100, 120
Hart (W. E.), Fertilisano 101 Flowers, 121, 162, 244

Jagor (F.), “ Philippine Islands,” 138
Hartley (Sir C. d), D:ta of the Danube, 115

Janss-n (Dr.), Corunal Aimosphere of the Sun, 127, 149
Hartley (W. N), Dr. Bastian's Experiments, 200

Japan : Education, 193 ; Vulcanoes, 196 ; Winds, III
Hartnup (), Determining tre katıs of Chronometers, 394 Jeddo, Engineering College, 12
Hassings (Chas. H.), Spectra of the Limb and Centre of the Jeffreys (l. Gwyn, F.R.S.), “ Fauna der Kieler Bucht," by

M 1er and Möbius, 3
Hayden's Exrloring Expedition, 170, 193, 271, 272, 331 Jenkin (Prof. Fleeming, F.R.S.), “ Electricity and Mag.
Hayward (Pruf. B.), Lakes with Two Outfalls, 383

42
Heat, Redde Lecture on Thermo-Electricity, 86, 122

Jenkins ( R. G.), Westerly Progress of Cities, 182
Heat Curiduced through Rocks (Br. A.), 540

Jevons (Prof. W. S.), Lakes with Two Outfalls, 304, 383
Heg lian Calvulus, The, 26

Jones (E. D.), November Metevrs, 1872, 385
H ge's Philosophy, 241, 382

Jose (Amaro), Journey across Africa, 429
Heidelberg Universi y, 389

Josiah Mason Cuilege, Erdington, near Birmingham, 93
Helinho tz (Prof.), Prussian O der Conferred on, 370

Journal of Bo any, 210, 499
Helvetic Society of Natural Sciences, 561

Joy (P of. C. A.), on Scien ific Research, 13
Henrici (Pruf.), Mathemati al Teachiny, 492

Jukes (the late J. B., F.R.S.), Order of Merit for Science, 223
Hensley (Llo

“ Figures Made Easy,” 159 ; “Scholar's Arith- Jute Paper, 192
melic," 280
Herschel (H. S., F.R.A.S), Conducting Power of Rocks for Kangaroos, Fossil Gigantic, 231
Heat (Br. A.), 540

Kaup (Prof. D.). Death of, 515, 535
Herschel (Capt. J.), Flight of Birds, 324, 362

Keightley School of Science and Art, 472
Hess (A., M D.) Dr. Pettenkof r on Air, 483

Kens ngton Entomological Society, 7
Hicks (H., F.G. S.). Rocks of St. David's (Br. A.), 497

Kent (W. S.), Variation of Colour in Fish, 25; “Guide to
Higgins (H. H.), Halomi'ra, 245

the Brighton Aquarium,” 160 ; Intellect of Porpoises, 229 ;
Hincks (R-v. Thos.), Dr. Sars' Researches on Animal Life in Retirement from the Brig' ton Aquarium, 251 ; Action
Deep Sea, 189

of Fish, 263 ; Description of the Brigh on Aquarium, 191
Hobart Town Observatory, 272

Kerguel-n Cabbage, its Acclimatisation, 67
Hoeser (Ferdinand), “History of Physics and Chemistry," 320 Kerner (Pruf. A.), contributions to Butiny, 111
Holand (Sir H., Bart., M.D., F.R.S.), Death of, 557

Kerr (Prof. W. C.), Prehistoic Mica Mines, North Carolina, 14
Honey making Ant, 116, 250

Kew Gardens, Report for 1872, 130 ; Plants in Aower, 313 ;
Hoker (Dr. J. D., C.B., F.R.S ), Report on Kew Gardens for bequest of Herbaria by J. Stuart Miu to, 557
1872, i30 ; Phanerogamic Vegetation, 487

Kiel Bay, Fauna of, 3

sure, 200

Sun, 77

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Kinetic Theory of Gases, 67, 85, 298

McLachlan (Robt.), Venomous Caterpillars, 101
King's College, London, 230

McLeod (H., F.G.S.), Dr. Miller's Elements of Chemistry, 260
Kingsley (Rev. Canon), Jacamar shot near Gainsborough, 120 Maclure (Sir R., C.B.), Death of, 557
Kirkwood (Prof. Daniel), Biela's Comets, 4

McKendrick (Dr.), Physiological Action of Light, 204
Kitchener (F. E.), Fertilisation of the Pansy and Ground Ivy, McKichan (Dugald, M.A.), Electrical Measurement, 134
143

Madrid, proposed Exhibition of Industry, 314
Koninck (Dr. L. L. de,), “Chemical Analysis and Assaying,” Magnetic Survey, Middle States of America, 112
180

Magnetism and Eclipses, 113
Kraus (Dr. Gregor), “Chlorophyll Colouring-Matters,” 202 “Magnetism and Electricity,” by Prof. Fleeming Jenkin,

F.R.S., 42
Lacerda (Dr. De), “ The Lands of Cazembe," 429

Magnetism ; Demagnetisation of Needles, 102
Lacustrine Dwellings near Leipsic, 405

Magnetite, Artificial (Br. A.), 475
Ladiguin (A.), Lighting by Electricity, 372

Matkins (G. H.), “Manual of Metallurgy,” 302
Lakes of the North-eastern Alps, 18

Mallet (R, F.R.S.),:“ Chemical Analysis and Assaying”, by De
Lakes with Two Outfalls, 304, 382

Koninck and Dietz, 180; Translation of Palmieri's
Lancelet, from Naples, in the Crystal Palace Aquarium, 12 “Vesuvius,” 362, 528; D. Forbes' Criticism of his Volcanic
Landslip at Lima, 372

Theory, 485, 528, 549
Langdon (R.), Prominences seen with a Common Telescope, Maltese Fossil Flephants (Br. A.), 497
262

Maltzan (Baron von), Travels in Arabia, 395
Lankester (E., M.D.), Condensed Milk, 97; Cookery at South Mammoth, Contemporary Representation of the, 58

Kensington, 178; Half-hours with the Microscope,” 503 Mammoth, Living, in Siberia, 393
Lankester (E. Ray), Development of Bacteria, 504

Man, Antiquity of, 392, 462
Lanyon Quoit, Cornwall, 346

“Man in Early Times,” by Edw. Clodd, F.R.A.S., 99
Larvae of Membracis supplying Milk to Bees, 201

“Man, Physiology of,” by A. Flint, jun., M.D., 98
Lassell (J. and C.), "Life of Alex. von Humboldt,” 238 Manchester : “Science Lectures for the People,” 558; Literary
Laughton (J. K.), Proposed New Barometer, 6

and Philosophical Society, 19; Owens College, 75, 506, 538
Lebour (G. A.), Whin Sill of Northumberland (Br.A.), 476 Manila described by F. Jagor, 139
Lecturing, Scientific, Faraday on, 524

Marine Animal, New, from Washington, 487
Leeds, Naturalists' Field Club, 36, 110, 335, 493, 514 ; Philo- | Markham (Capt.), Plants from Smith's Sound, 487
sophical and Literary Society, 153

Markham (Clements, R., C.B.), Arctic Exploration, 83
Leifchild (Rev. J. R.), Papers on Coal, 372'

Marsh (Prof.), Mammalia from the Rocky Mountains, 76
Leipzig, Meteorological Conference at, 114, 341

Marsh-gas and Formic Acid, 164
Leith-Adams (A., F.R.S.), “Field and Forest Rambles,” 320

Mason (Sir Josiah), his Scientific College, near Birmingham, 93
Lesseps (Ferdinand de), elected Member of the French Academy Massachuseits, State Board of Health, 211
of Sciences, 270

Mathematical Science (See British Association, Sec. A)
Leverrier (M.), appointed Director of French National Observa- Mathematical Society, 58, 154
tory, 152

Mathematical Teaching, Prof. Henrici on, 492
Levi (Dr. Leone), Resources of Paraguay, 130

Maupertius, his Anticipation of Natural Selection, 163
Liebig (Justus), Obituary Notice of, 27 ; proposed Monument to, Mauritius, Society of Arts and Sciences, 211; Observatory, 446
53, 74

Maury (Commodore), Monument to, 35
Liege, Meeting of the Iron and Steel Institute at, 333, 354 Maury (Prof. T. B.), Law of Storms Developed, 124, 147, 164
Light, its Action on the Electrical Resistance of Selenium, 134 ; Mayer (H. A. and R. Möbius), “Fauna der Kieler Bucht," 3

Physiological Action of, 204 ; Velocity of, M. Cornu's Ex. Mayer (John), J. Thomson, C. E., LL.D., Professor of 'Engi.
periments, 184

neering, 49
Lightning, Colour of, 383

Mayne (Capt. Ashton), Sidereal Dial, 366
Lightning Conductors at St. Paul's Cathedral, 294

Measuring and Standards of Measure, 268, 307, 327, 367, 386,
“Light Science for Leisure Hours,” by R. A. Proctor, 243

489, 552
Lima, Great Landslips, 372.

Mechanical Combination of Colours, 262
Lindsay (Dr. J. Lauder), Mind in the Lower Animals, 91

Mechanical Science (See British Association, Sec. G)
Linnean Society, 175, 252, 499; President's Address, 171

Medals awarded by French Societies, 55
Lister (Prof. Jos., F.R.S.) Germ Theory of Putrefaction, 212,

Medical Studies, 461

Melbourne, Botanical Garden,'334 ; Microscopical Society, 558
232
Liverpool Naturalists' Field Club, 272

Meldrum (C.), Periodicity of Cyclones, Rainfall, and Sun-spots,
Livingstone (Dr.), Expeditions to aid him, 13, 170, 313; Statue 194, 547, (Br. A.) 495
at Edinburgh, 35; Pension, 170; supposed News of, 492

Melsheimer (F. E., M.Ď.), Obituary Notice of, 236
Lloyd (W. A.), Crystal Palace Aquarium, 532

Mental Science, Journal of, 233
Lobsters, Young Brood in Brighton Aquarium, 231

Merrill (G. C.), Motion in a Circle, 77
Local Scientific Societies, 523

“Metallurgy, Manual of," by G. H. Makins, F.C.S., 302
Lockwood (Prof. Dr. S.), Hyalonema, 393

Metamorphoses of Insects (See Insects)
Lockyer (J. Norman, F.R.S.), The Spectroscope and its Ap- Meteor at Tiverton, 487

plications, 10, 87, 104; Researches in Spectrum Analysis, Meteors, November, 1872, 385
153, 156

Meteorology: Flammarion's “ Atmosphere ” by Glaisher, 22;
Loewy (B., F.R.A.S.), Sun.spots, 234

Law of Storms Developed, 124, 147 ; in Havanna, 294 ; in
Lombardy, Royal Institution, 315

Japan, ul; proposed Stations in China, 389; Registers of
London University, 192, 210

H.M.S., Erebus and Terror, 514; Symons' “ British Rainfall
Loschmidt (Prof.), Experiments on Diffusion, 298

for 1872,” 231; United States' Signal Office, 35, 112, 124 ;
Lovén (Prof.), on Echinoderms, 104

Congress at Leipsic, 341 ; at Vienna, 468 ; Meteorological In-
Lowe (E. J., F.R.S.), Hailstorm at Highfield Observatory, 121

Auence of Trap Rocks, 181 ; Meteorological Soc., 19, 114, 175
Lowne (B. T.), “Philosophy of Evolution,” 242

Metric Commission, International, 403; Casting the New
Lubbock (Sir J., Bart, M.P.), Ancestry of Insects, 249; “Mono. Metre, 75

graph of the Collembola and Thysanura,” 482 ; Preservation Metric System of Weights and Measures, 386
of Public Monuments, 333 ; Silbury Hill bought by him, 191; Meyer (Dr. A. B.), his Expedition to New Guinea, 535
Insects (See Origin and Metamorphoses of)

Mica Mines, Prehistoric, in North Carolina, 14
Lucae (Dr. C. G.), Anatomy of Seal and Otter, 222

Michez (Dr.), Eclipses and Magnetism, 113,
Lump-fish, Variation of Colour in, 25

Microscope, Half Hours with the,” by E. Lankester, M.D.,
Lydekker (R.), Origin of Nerve Force, 465

503
Lyell (Sir C.), “ Antiquity of Man,” 462

Microscope, New Slide, 79
Lyons, Meeting of the French Association for the Advancement Microscopes, Power of Objectives, 102
of Science, 270, 349, 370, 468

Microscopical Journal, 79, 153, 234, 296, 499, 519

Microscopical Society, 59, 135, 500
Maack. (Dr. G. A.), Death of, 514

Microscopical Society, Birmingham, 469

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