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Page 17 - Statistics of the Foreign and Domestic Commerce of the United States. .... Communicated by the Secretary of the Treasury, in Answer to a Resolution of the Senate of the United States, March 12, 1863.
Page 487 - Two reports have recently been issued on rates of deck watches and of box and pocket chronometers on trial for purchase by the Board of Admiralty at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, in the latter half of last year.
Page 7 - Report of the Astronomer Royal to the Board of Visitors of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, read at the Annual Visitation of the Royal Observatory, 1860, June 2; and Address of the Astronomer Royal to the Board of Visitors, 1860, May 12.
Page 19 - An address delivered at the anniversary meeting of the Geological Society of London, on the 19th of February, 1841 ; and the announcement of the award of the Wollaston medal and donation fund for the same year.
Page 475 - Condition and Doings of the Boston Society of Natural History, as exhibited by the Annual Reports of the Custodian, Treasurer, Librarian, and Curators. May, 1865.
Page 443 - The relationship of punalua is rather amphibious. It arose from the fact that two or more brothers with their wives, or two or more sisters with their husbands, were inclined to possess each other in common ; but the modern use of the word is that of dear friend or intimate companion."1 The Rev.
Page 7 - Report to the Legislature of Massachusetts relating to the Registry and Return of Births, Marriages and Deaths in the Commonwealth for the year ending December 31, 1880.
Page 7 - Annual Report of the Trustees of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, in Cambridge, together with the Report of the Director, 1864.
Page 38 - ... cylinders, welded together endwise. Each ring was made of bars wound upon an arbor spirally, like winding a ribbon upon a block, and, being welded and shaped in dies, were joined endwise, when in the furnace and at a welding heat, and afterwards pressed together in a mould, by a hydrostatic press of 1,000 tons force.