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Bayley Willis, 573 ; Prof. 11. L. Fairchild, 573; F. B. n Aquilae, Spectrum Researches of, Prof. A. Belopolsky, 353

Taylor, 573; John Cabot's Landing-place in America, Dr. S. Arachnidæ : Stridulation in some African Spiders, R. I.

E. Dawson, 616

Pocock, 356

Amsterdam Royal Academy of Sciences, 95, 191, 263, 311, 455, Archäology : Archäological Studies among the Ancient Cities


of Mexico, W. H. Holmes, 6; the Reliquary and Illustrated

Anatomy: Death of Doctor Harrison Allen, 102 ; Death of Archäologist, 29; Congress of Societies, 156 ; Babylonian

Dr. Hugh Calderwood, 253 ; Journal of Anatomy and Physi. Land Surveying, Prof. Hammer, 281 ; Paläolithic Man, F.

ology, 318; Anatomy of Macropus rufus, Prof. B. Windle T. Newton, F.R.S., 354 ; Further Explorations in American

and F. G. Parsons, 319; Lehrbuch der Vergleichenden Mounds, 400 ; the Temple-Pyramid of Tepotzlan, Dr. E.

Mikroskopischen Anatomie der Wirbelthiere, Dr. Med. Alb. Seler, 551 ; Discovery of Tomb of Amenophis II. by M.

Oppel, 581

Loret, 566; Prehistoric Ruins of Honduras and Yucatan,

Anceaux (Émile), Planetary Relations, 352

Alfred P. Maudslay, 568; Recherches sur les origines de

Ancient Geography, a History of, H. F. Tozer, 482

l'Egypte, J. de Morgan, 825

Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons, and Ornaments of Great Archibald (E. H.), Conductivity of Aqueous Solutions of

Britain, the, Sir John Evans, K.C.B., 290

Potassium and Sodium Sulphates, 398

Ancient World, Natural History of the, 146

Archimedes, the Works of, Dr. T. L. Heath, 409

Andeer (J. J.), Leucocyte.generating Apparatus in Peritoneum, Architecture : Modern Architecture, H. H. Statham, 602


Arcimus (Prof. Augusto), Dust Fog in the Canaries, 582

Anderson (Dr.), New Variable Stars, 179

Arctica : the Andrée Expedition, Jonas Stadling, 14; the Jack-
André (G.), Combinations of Pyridine,and Trimethylamine with son-Harmsworth Arctic Expedition, 40; the Land Fauna of
Formic and Acetic Acids, 600

Spitsbergen, D. J. Scourfield, 60; David Bryce, 60 ; Electric
Andrée Expedition, the, Jonas Stadling, 14

Balloon Signalling applied to Arctic Exploration, E. S.
Andrée and his Balloon, Henri Lachambre and Alexis Machuron, Bruce, 85; the Arctic Work of Mr. R. E. Peary, 132 ; a
Dr. H. Robert Mill, 609

Proposed Swedish Expedition to the Arctic Regions, Dr. A.

Andrews (Gwendolen Foulke), the Living Substance as such, G. Nathorst, 163; the Lava Sheets of Franz Josef Land,

and as Organism, 362

Messrs. Newton and Teall, 324 ; Mammals of Franz Josef

Andrews (Thomas), Microscopic Observations on Fatigue. Land, W. S. Bruce, 575; Birds of Franz Josef Land, W. E.

deterioration in Steel Rails, 58

Clark, 575

Anemometry, 103 ; a Method of Measuring Wind Pressure, Arequipa Observatory, the, 249

Prof. Francis E. Nipher, 449

Argon, the Spectra of, Dr. Rydberg, 157

Animal Electricity, Lectures on Physiology, First Series, on, A. Argyll (the Duke of, F.R.S.), Scientific Advantages of an

D. Waller, F.R.S., 50

Antarctic Expedition, 423

Animals, All About, for Old and Young, 172

Arii e Italici, Prof. G. Sergi, 268

Animals, Tame, Wild Traits in, Dr. Louis Robinson. 150 Aristotle on Youth and Old Age, Life and Death, and Respira.

Animals, Instinct and Intelligence in, Prof. C. Lloyd Morgan,

tion, Dr. W. Ogle, 146


Arithmetic : Abridged Long Division, Rev. C. L. Dodgson,
Animals and Plants, Marine, the Preparation of, as Transparent 269; Robert W. D. Christie, 390 ; the Miner's Arithmetic
Lantern Slides, Dr. H. C. Sorby, F.R.S., 520

and Mensuration, Henry Davies, 462 ; an Arithmetic for
Annable (H.), Benzoylphenylsemicarbazide, 93

Schools, S. L. Loney, 560

Annelids, Origin of Setigerous Bulbs and Nephridia in, Aug. Armenia, Notes on some Volcanic Phenomena in, T. McKenny

Michel, 263

Hughes, 392

Annuaire pour l'An 1898, publié par le Bureau des Longitudes, Armitage (Miss E.), Early Spring Flowers, 365


Armitage (F. P.), Atomic Weight of Boron, 383

Annuaire de l'Oberservatoire Municipal de Montsouris pour Armstrong (Lord, F.R.S.), Electric Movement on Air and
l'Année 1898, 244

Water with Theoretical Inferences, 31

Antarctic Expedition, Scientific Advantages of an, Dr. John Arnold-Bemrose (H. H.), Quartz-rock in Carboniferous Lime-

Murray, F.R.S., 420 ; the Duke of Argyll, F.R.S., 423; Sir stone of Derbyshire, 406

Joseph Hooker, F.R.S., 423; Dr. Nansen, 424 ; Prof. Dr. Arnott (R. F.), Gold in Silver, 205

Neumayer, 424 ; Sir Clements Markham, F.R.S., 424 ; Dr. Arons (L.), Temperature of Mercury Arc Lamp Electrodes,

Alexander Buchan, 425 ; Sir Archibald Geikie, F.R.S., 426 ; 238

Dr. P. L. Sclater, F.R.S., 427 ; Prof. D'Arcy W. Thompson, Arrhenius's Views on Causes of Climate Variations Criticised,


L. de Marchi, 614

Antarctic Research, Dr. Hugh Robert Mill, 413

Artillery Chronograph, a New, 368

Antares, Occultation of, 442

Artist's Pigment, Oat Smut as an, David Paterson, 364 ; Prof.

Anthropology: Relation between Individual and Racial Varia- H. Marshall Ward, F.R.S., 389; Kumagusu Minakata, 437

bility, Edwin Tenney Brewster, 16; Early Man in Scotland, Aryo-Semitic School of Mythology, R. Brown, jun., 530

Sir Wm. Turner, F.R.S., 234, 256 ; Arii e Italici, Prof. Asbarg, Colouring Matters of Indian Dye-stuff, A. G. Perkin

G. Sergi, 268 ; the Cambridge Expedition to Torres Straits and J. A. Pilgrim, 478

and Borneo, Prof. Alfred C. Haddon, 276; Characteristics of Aschkinass (E.), Deflection of Kathode Rays, 238

European Races, J. Deniker, 351 ; Manners and Habits of Ashford (C. E.), the Use of Compressed Coal Gas, 485

Natives of East Africa Protectorate, Sir A. Hardinge, 372 ;

Ashworth (J. R.), Method of Making Magnets Independent of

Man in Relation to the Glacial Period, Dr. H. Hicks, F.R.S., Changes of Temperature, 261

402 ; Anthropological Institute, 430, 526; Native Life in Assyria : the Metals used by the Great Nations of Antiquity;

Central Australia, Prof. W. B. Spencer, 496 ; Aborigines of Dr. J. H. Gladstone, F.R.S., 596

Formosa, Albrecht Wirth, 518; the Guayaki of Paraguay, Aston (E.), Influence of Temperature on Rotatory Power of

Dr. Ehrenreich, 551 ; the Moplahs of Malabar, Dr. Emil Liquids, 120

Schmidt, 551; Globus, 551 ; Recherches sur les Origines de Astronomy: the November Meteors (Leonids), 7, 61,88; W. F.

l'Egypte, J. de Morgan, 578

Denning, 7, 30, 36, 82 ; Spectrum of a Meteor, Prof. E. C.

Anticyclonic Systems, Major H. E. Rawson, 623

Pickering, 101 ; Some Systems of Meteors, Prof. Th. Bredi-

Antiquity, the Metals used by the Great Nations of, Dr. J. H. kine, 105; Geminids, 136 ; a Remarkable Meteor, Henry

Gladstone, F.R.S., 594

Cecil, 204 ; Remarkable Meteoric Display, 228 ; a Bright

Antoniadi (M.), the Doubling of the Canals on Mars, 568 Meteor, Susanna Lehmann, 271; the Height of Meteors, W.
Ants and Aphides, J. G. Goudie, 517

F. Denning, 540 ; the April Lyrids, 568 ; the Meudon Ob.
Appleyard (Rollo), Failure of German Silver and Platinoid servatory, 568 ; Our Astronomical Column, 16, 35, 61, 88,
Wires, 116; the Material of Resistance Coil Wire in Tropical 105, 136, 159, 179, 207, 230, 256, 284, 303, 325, 352, 374,
Climates, 418

399, 419, 442, 472, 491, 519, 546, 568, 591, 617 ; the Photo.
Applied Mechanics, Prof. John Perry, F.R.S., Prof. J. A. graphy of Faint Moving Celestial Objects, Prof. Barnard, 16;
Ewing, F.R.S., 313

Photography of Unseen Moving Celestial Objects, Prof.
Applied Mechanics, a Text-book on, Andrew Jamieson, 483 Barnard, 230 ; Sunspots and the Weather, A. Macdowall, 16 ;
April Lyrids, the, 568

Theory of Sunspots, Prof. J. Joly, F.R.S., 239; Level of


Sunspots, 284 ; the Director of the Lick Observatory, 16; Prof. Hale, 374 ; Parallax of Sirius, Dr. Gill, 374 ; Comet Perrine (October 16), 16, 88, 492 ; Herr J. Möller, a Probable New Star, Rev. T. E. Espin, 374 ; Address to 16, 61, 105; Dr. F. Ristenpart, 519; Prof. H. Kreutz, 568, the Royal Astronomical Society, Sir Robert Ball, F.R.S. ; 591, 617 ; Winnecke's Periodic Comet, 180, 284, 472 ; Prof. and Presentation of Gold Medal to W. F. Denning, 376 ; the Perrine, 230; Winnecke's Comet = a 1898, 325, 352 ; Theory Observer's Atlas of the Heavens, William Peck, 388 ; Periodic of Periodic Comets, M. Callandreau, 303 ; the Comet of Orbits, Prof. G. H. Darwin, 394 ; Another Lunar Hoax, 1892 II, Dr. L. Steiner, 325; Velocity of Solar System, Prof. 399; a Remarkable Object, Rev. T. E. Espin, 400 ; a Large J. C. Kapteyn, 191 ; the Total Eclipse of the Sun (1898), 35, Reflecting Telescope, Rev. John Peate, 400 ; Parallaxes of 105, 294, 325, 365; Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., Stars, Dr. Gill, 400 ; Astronomical Photography, Dr. Isaac 342 ; Arrival of Eclipse Parties at Bombay, 230; the Total Roberts, 417 ; Cinematograph in Astronomy, M. Camille Solar Eclipse of 1900, 159 ; Eclipse Negatives, 419; the Flammarion, 419; a Probable New Star, 419; Electrolytic Binary B 395=82 Ceti, Dr. T. J. J. See, 36 ; Telescopic Reflectors, Sherard Cowper-Coles, 419; Constant of Aber. Seeing, 36 ; Die Meteoriten in Sammlungen und ihre ration, Prof. c. L. Doolittle, 472; Astronomical Serials, Literatur, Dr. E. A. Wülfing, 53; Spectrum Analysis 472 ; Magnitudes of 1081 Southern Stars, Stanley Williams, of Meteorites, W. N. Hartley and Hugh Ramage, 546 ; 491 ; Occultations Photographically observed, Prof. E. C. Jupiter's Third and Fourth Satellites, Prof. Barnard, 61 ; the Pickering, 492 ; Astronomy in Australasia, P. Baracchi, 493 ; Present Appearance of Jupiter, W. F. Denning, 586; the Concave Gratings for Stellar Photography, 520 ; a Catalogue Variable Star B Lyræ, Herr Pannekoek, 61 ; New Investiga- of 636 Stars, Herr W. Luther, 520; Annals of the Cape tions of & Lyræ, Prof. A. Belopolsky, 207 ; the Variable Star Observatory, 513; Death and Obituary Notice of Prof. W. A. . Ceti (Mira), 105, 136; the Variability of Mira Ceti, David Rogers, 516 ; Favourable Apparition of Mercury, 519; Mr. Flanery, 245 ; Variables S Cephei and T Ursæ Majoris, C. E. Wood's Method of Illustrating Planetary Orbits, Prof. Louis Peek, 105; New Variable Stars, 179, 472 ; Dr. Anderson, W. Austin, 536 ; Stellar Parallaxes, Dr. Bruno Peter, 546; 179; Variables in Star Clusters, 400; the Variables S. Cas- the Doubling of the Canals on Mars, M. Antoniadi, 568; the siopeia and S. Ursa Majoris, Mr. Peek, 492 ; Two New Aurora Spectrum, Prof. E. C Pickering, 591 ; the Movement Variable Stars of Short Period, Herren G. Müller and P. of Solar Faculæ, Dr. W. Stratonoff, 591; Das Weltgebäude. Kempf, 519; Variables and their Comparison Stars, Prof. – Eine Gemeinverstandliche Himmels-kunde, Dr. M. Wilhelm E. C. Pickering, 519; Obituary Notice of Prof Ernst Meyer, 604 ; Double and Multiple Southern Stars, Dr. Schering, 85; Theory of the Motion of the Moon, Ernest W. T. J. J. See, 617; the Manora Observatory, Herr Leo Brown, 88 ; Corrected Position of the Moon, M. Lágrula, Brenner, 617; Ilarvard College Observatory, Prof. Pickering, 159 ; Partial Eclipse of the Moon, 207 ; Current Astrono.

617 mical Articles, 88 ; Systematic Observations of Occultations, Astruc (A.), Neutralisation of Glycerophosphoric Acid, 191 Herr H. Batterman, 105; Occultation of Ceres, 400 ; Oc- Asymmetry, Researches on Molecular, Alembic Club Reprints, cultation of Antares, 442; Astronomical Constants at the 534 Paris Conference, Dr. Fr. Porro, 127 ; Death of Prof. F. A. T. Atkinson (E. Cuthbert), the Solution of Quadratic Equations, Winnecke, 133 ; Obituary Notice of, 155; the Companion of 463 Sirius, Dr. See, 136 ; a Liberal Gift to Astronomy by Miss Atkinson (Prof. G. F.), Experimental Morphology, 41 Alice Bache Gould, 137 ; Employment of Method of Least Atlantic, North, Severe December Weather in, 282. Squares to detect Systematic Errors, J. Mascart, 143 ; the Atlas der Himmelskunde auf Grundlage der Ergebnisse der Orientation of Greek Temples, F. C. Penrose, F.R.S., 151 ; cælestischen Photographie, A. v. Schweiger-Lerchenfeld, Opposition of Two Minor Planets, 159 ; Minor Planets in 1897, 256; a New Form of Mirror for a Reflecting Telescope, 160 ; Atlas of the Heavens, the Observer's, William Peck, 388 Nemorials of William Cranch Bond and George Phillips Atmospheres of Planets, the, Dr. Johnston Stoney, 207 Bond, Edward S. Holden, Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer, 171 ; New Atmospheric Pressure, Undulations in Lakes and Inland Seas Double Stars, R. T. A. Innes, 179 ; Variations in the Spec. due to Wind and, W. H. Wheeler, 321 trum of Nebula in Orion, 180 ; Nebulæ near Castor, Prof. Atomic Weight of the Metals Contained, the Connection beBarnard, 326; Telescope for Nebulæ, J. Janssen, 359 ; New tween the Characters of Isomorphous Salts and the, A. E. Photographs of Nebulæ, M. A. Rabourdin, 374 ; the Photo- Tutton, 36 graphy of Nebulæ, Prof. R. A. Gregory, 443 ; Large Refracto | Atomic Weights of Nickel and Cobalt, the, 374 ing and Reflecting Telescopes, W. J. S. Lockyer, 200 ; As. Audubon and his Journals, Maria R. Audubon, 386 tronomical Occurrences in January 1898, 207 ; Astronomical Augury from Combat of Shell-fish, on, Kumagusu Minakata, Occurrences in February 1898, 303 ; Astronomical Occurrences 342 in March 1898, 399; Astronomical Occurrences in April 1898, Aurora of March 15, the, A. Geo. Smith, 511 519; Astronomical Occurrences in May 1898, 617 ; Nautical Aurora Spectrum, the, Prof. E. C. Pickering, 591 Almanac Corrigenda, 1898, 207 ; Nautical Almanac 1901, 442 ; Austin (Prof. Louis W.), Mr. Wood's Method of Illustrating Occultation of the Pleiades, 207 ; the Atmospheres of Planets, Planetary Orbits, 536 Dr. Johnston Stoney, 207; Planetary Relations, Emile An. Australasian Association, the, 493 ; Presidential Address, Prof. ceaux, 352 ; Atlas der Himmelskunde auf Grundlage der Er- A. Liversidge, F.R.S., 493 ; Astronomy and Terrestrial gebnisse der coelestischen Photographie, A. v Schweiger.Ler. Physics, P. Baracchi, 493 ; Measurements of Cloud Heights chenfeld, 220 ; Death of Arthur Kammerman, 228 ; Obituary and Velocity, P. Baracchi, 493; the Sources of Periodic Notice of, 256; Mont Blanc Observatory, M. J. Janssen, 230; Waves, H. Ć. Russell, F.R.S., 493 ; Seismological Work in Astronomical Annuals, 230; Annuaire pour l'An 1898, publié New Zealand, George Hogben, 494 ; Molecular Mechanism of par le Bureau des Longitudes, 244 ; the Arequipa Observatory, Electrolyte, W. M. Hamlet, 494 ; Red Rain Dust, Thomas 249 ; Companion to Vega, Prof. Barnard, 256; Harvard College Steel, 494 ; Early Life on Earth, Prof. F. W. Hutton, F.R.S., Report, Prof. Pickering, 256 ; Appointment of Prof. G. M. 494 ; the Funafuti Coral-boring Expedition, Prof. David, 494 ; Searle to the Vatican Observatory, 256; the Concise Know. Glacial Traces in Inman Valley, South Australia, Prof. ledge of Astronomy, Agnes M. Clerke, A. Fowler, and T. W. E. David and Walter Howchin, 495; Glacial Boulders. J. Ellard Gore, 266 ; Death of Dr. Eduard Lindemann, 280 ; at Yellow Cliff, Central Australia, Prof. W. B. Spencer and Obitury Notice of, 299 ; Death of Dr. Oscar Stumpe, 280 ; P. M. Byrne, 495 ; Evidence of Glacial Action in Bacchus Obituary Notice of, 299 ; a New Spectroscopic Binary, 284 ; Marsh District, č. C. Brittlebank, G. Sweet and Prof. David, a Variable Bright Hydrogen Line, Miss A. J. Cannon, 284 ; 495; Geology of West Australia, 495; E. L. Pittman, 495; Astronomical Constants, 284; Longitude of Madras, 284 ; Artesian Water in New South Wales, Rev. J. M. Curran, Photographic Magnitudes, Prof. Pickering, 303 ; the Consti. 495 ; Glaciation in Australia, Rev. J. M. Curran, 495 ; Sub. tution and Function of Gases, Severinus J. Corrigan, 316 ; marine Geography, Sir James Hector, F.R.S., 495 ; AntarcLarge and Small Proper Motions, Prof. Kapteyn, 325 ; Row- tica, Sir James Hector, F.R.S., 496 ; the Exploration of land's Tables, 326 ; Obituary Notice of Dr. Karl Necker, Central Australia, W. H. Tietkins, 496 ; Origin of Austra. 326 ; U Pegasi and Short Period Variables, 0. C. Wendell, lasian Aborigines, A. W. Howitt, 496; Native Life in 352 ; Variable Star, U Pegasi, 442 ; Astronomical Annual Central Australia, Prof. W. B. Spencer, 496. for 1898, 353; Spectrum Researches of 7-Aquilæ, Prof. Australia : Report of Australian Museum, Sydney, 15; ReA. Belopolsky, 353 ; Carbon in the Chromosphere, markable Termite Mounds of Australia, Saville-Kent, 81;





Geology of Western Australia, Dr. O. Holst, 86; My Fourth Barthelemy (Comte P. de), the Navigability of the Mekong, 419 Tour in Western Australia, Albert F. Calvert, 126; the West Basle, Seven Years' Rainfall at, Prof. Riggenbach, 157 Australian Settler's Guide and Farmer's Hand-book, 560 Bataillon (M.), Tuberculosis and Pseudo-tuberculosis, 407

Batrachians, the Tailless, of Europe, G. A. Boulenger, F.R.S.,

577 Babcock (S. M.), Cheese-ripening, 373

Battelli (Prof.), Researches on Röntgen Rays, 544 Babington (Charles Cardale), Memorials, Journal and Botanical Batten (F. E.), Early Degenerative Changes in Sensory End Correspondence of, 314

Organs of Muscles, 501 Babylonian Land Surveying, Prof. Hammer, 281

Batterman (Herr H.), Systematic Observations of Occultations, Bach (A.), Correlation between Reduction of Carbonic Acid by 105 Nascent Hydrogen, Electrolysis, and Photolysis, 384

Bau und Leben unserer Waldbaume, Dr. M. Büsgen, William Bacteriology : the Yellow Fever Bacillus, Dr. D. Freire, 24 ; Somerville, 126

Untersuchungen über den Bau der Cyanophyceen und Baubigny (H.), Use of Fluorescence in Detecting Bromine in Bakterien, A. Fischer, 29; Oysters and Typhoid Fever, 72 ; Saline Mixtures, 47 Notes on Micro-organisms Pathogenic to Man, Surgeon. Baugé (G.), a Double Carbonate of Sodium and Protoxide of Captain B. H. S. Leumann, 52; Report of German Com- Chromium, 240 mission on Plague at Bombay, 86 ; Bacteriology of Canned Bay of Biscay, Sub-Oceanic Terraces and River Valleys of the, Foods, Messrs. Prescott and Underwood, 103; Scientific Prof. Edward Hull, F.R.S., 582 Investigations of the Local Government Board, 131; Cultiva. Bazin (M.), Death of, 300 tion-media of Tubercle Bacillus, Dr. A. Ransome, F.R.S., Beaver Park, an English, C. J. Cornish, 130 165; Growth of the Tubercle Bacillus at a Low Temperature, Beavers at Washington, 589 F. J. Reid, 221 ; Tuberculosis and Pseudo-Tuberculosis, Becke (Louis), Wild Life in Southern Seas, 580 MM. Bataillon and Terre, 407 ; Artificial Communication of Becker (G. F.), Kant as a Natural Philosopher, 404 ; Auriferous Typhoid by Alimentary Tract, Dr. P. Remlinger, 179; Conglomerate of Transvaal, 500 Hiss's Method of Differentiating Typhoid Bacillus from B. Becquerel (Henri), Explanation applicable to Phenomena of coli communis, Dr. A. Ravold, 527 ; Cheese-ripening, H. Faraday and Zeeman, 72 L. Russell and L. M. Babcock, 373 ; Bacilli of Beri-beri, G. Bee's Movements in a Room, a, J. Parkin, 8 Nepveu, 310 ; Parasites of Cancer and Sarcoma, F. J. Bosc, Béhal (A.), New Cyclic Ketones, 191 407 ; Caron's New Grain Manure, “Alinit,” 418; Mucinoid Behrens (Prof.), Micro-reactions of Free Sulphuric Acid, Free Substance produced by Bacteria, A. Charrin and A. Desgrez, Ammonia, and Free Alkalis, 95 431 ; Production of Oxidation of Glycerine by Sorbose Beijerinck (Dr. M. W.), on Phosphorescent Sap in Superior Bacterium, Gabriel Bertrand, 504 ; Sterilisation of Liquids by Plants, 511 Filtration, J. Hausser, 504; Bacillus of “Turned" Wines, Belopolsky (Prof. A.), New Investigations of B Lyræ, 207 ; MM. Bordas, Joulin, and de Raczkowski, 576; Mediter. Spectrum Researches of n Aquilæ, 353 ranean, Malta, or Undulant Fever, Louis Hughes, 581; Beneke Prizes, the, 610 Micro-organisms in Presence of Compressed Gas, G. Malfitano, Bentley (W. H.), Synthesis of Camphoric Acid, 166 614; the Purification of Sewage and Water, W. J. Dibdin, Berens (Lewis H.), some Unrecognised Laws of Nature, 121,

293 Bailey (G. H.), the Tutorial Chemistry, part ii., Metals, 559 Beri-beri, Bacilli of, G. Nepveu, 310 Bailey (L. H.), Lessons with Plants, 561

Berkshire, the Flora of, Geo. Claridge Druce, 579 Baker (R. T.), a Camphor-yielding Cinnamon, 311

Bermudas, Marine Biology at the, Prof. C. L. Bristol, 90 Bakerian Lecture, the, Dr. W. J. Russell, V.P.R.S., 607 Bernard (H. M.), Affinities of Alveopora, 262; Catalogue of the Ball (Sir Robert, F.R.S.), Address to the Royal Astronomical Madreporarian Corals in the British Museum (Natural

Society, and Presentation of Gold Medal to W. F. Denning, History), 363 376

Bernstein (J.), Mutual Influence of Kathode Rays, 92 Balland (M.), Oat, Wheat, and Rye Straw, 239

Bert (Paul), First Year of Scientific Knowledge, 510 Ballistics ; the Barr and Stroud “ Range-finder," 23

Berthelot (M.), Influence of Hydroscopic Substances on ComBallons-Sondes, Les, W. D. Fonvielle, 76

bination of Hydrogen and Oxygen, 71; Reaction of Hydrogen Ballooning, Proposed attempt of MM. Godard and Surcouf to on Sulphuric Acid, 94 : Direct Action of Sulphuric Acid on reach the North Pole by means of, 381

Mercury, 94 ; Influence of Oxygen on Decomposition of Balloon, Andrée and his, Henri Lachambre and Alexis Machuron, Hydracids by Mercury, 94 ; Chemical Actions of the Silent Dr. H. Robert Mill, 609

Discharge, 431, 455, 479, 503; Chemical Action of the Silent Balmer (W. T.), Remarkable Lunar Corona, 253

Discharge : Oxides of Carbon and Nitrogen, 455; Chemical Balnibarbian Glumtrap Rhyme, Prof. G. M. Minchin, F.R.S., Action the Silent Discharge : Alcohols and Etherial 564

Derivatives in presence of Nitrogen, 455, 479 Banana, Mechanism of Self-fertilisation in the, Gopal R. Tambe, Berthelot (Daniel), High Temperature Measurement by Inter510

ference Method, 359 ; Melting points of Gold and Silver, Baracchi (P.): Measurement of Cloud Heights and Velocity, 383 ; Chemical Influence of Light on Carbon Disulphide, 493 ; Astronomy and Terrestrial Physics, 493

599 ; Absorption of Oxygen by Pyrogallate of Potassium, 599 Barlow (W.), a Mechanical Cause of Homogeneity of Structure Bertrand (Gabriel), Oxidation of Sorbite to Sorbose, 455 ;

and Symmetry geometrically investigated, with special Action of Sorbose Bacterium on Polyhydric Alcohols, 480 ;

Application to Crystals and to Chemical Combination, 428 Production of Oxidation of Glycerine by Sorbose Bacterium,
Barnard (Prof.): Photography of Faint Moving Celestial 504; Bio-Chemical Preparation of Crystallised Dioxyacetone,

Objects, 16; Jupiter's Third and Fourth Satellites, 61; 552
Photography of Unseen Moving Celestial Bodies, 230; Berzolari (Luigi), Extension to Space of n Dimensions of Euler's
Companion to Vega, 256 ; Nebulæ near Castor, 326

and Meunier's Theorems on Surface Curvatures, 157 Barnard (J. Edwin), Photo-Micrography with High Powers, Bessemer (Sir Henry, F.R.S.), Death of, 468; Obituary Notice

of, 487 Barnes (C. L.), Lessons in Elementary Practical Physics, vol. Besson (A.), Action of Water on Phosphorus Trichloride, 94 ; lii., part 1, Practical Acoustics, 218

Phosphorus Oxide, 191 Barometer, Theory of Daily Oscillations of, Dr. J. Hann, 350 Bibliography of X-Ray Literature and Research, 53 Barometrical Determination of Heights, the, F. J. B. Cordeiro, Bicentenary Volume, A. Malpighi, Prof. M. Foster, Sec. R.S., 605

529 Barr and Stroud “ Range-finder," the, 23

Bidwell (Shelförd, F.R.S.), Presidential Address to the Physical Barraclough (S. H.), Effect of Temperature on Tensile and Society, 378 Compressive Properties of Copper, 288

Binary B 395 = 82 Ceti, the, Dr. T. J. J. See, 36 Barral (E.), Chlorine Derivatives of Phenyl Carbonate, 527 Binary, a New Spectroscopic, 284 Barrett (Charles G.), the Lepidoptera of the British Islands, 460 Biology : Death of Prof. T. J. Parker, F.R.S., 177 ; Obituary Barrett (Prof. W. F.), the Supposed Dowsing Faculty, 79

Notice of, Prof. G. B. Howes, F.R.S., 225 ; Natürliche Barrow (George), Chloritoid in Kincardineshire, 359

Schöpfungs-geschichte, Ernst Haeckel, 291; a Deep-Sea


Malacological Polybathic Fauna, A. Locard, 310; Instinct Auence of Oxygen, &c., upon Chlorophyll Production, W. and Intelligence in Animals, Prof. C. Lloyd Morgan, 326 ; Palladine, 120 ; Bau und Leben unserer Waldbäume, Dr. the Living Substance as such and as Organism, Gwendolen M. Büsgen, William Somerville, 126; Note on the Influence Foulke Andrews, 362 ; Obituary Notice of Woldemar von of very Low Temperature on the Germinative Power of Seeds, Schröder, 395; Results of Dr. A. Willey's Expedition to Horace T. Brown, F.R.S., and F. Escombe, 138; a Red Melanesia, 430; Origin and Growth of Tri- and Quadri- Pigment Producing Yeast, Dr. Casagrandi, 158; Journal of Radiate Spicules in Clathrinidæ, E. A. Minchin, 475; In. Botany, 165, 381 ; Transpiration into a Space saturated with fluence of Wave-movement on Development of Frog Larvæ, Water, Dr. Henry H. Dixon, 173; Polymorphism of Branches E. Yung, 600; La Vie : Mode de Mouvement, Essai d' in Inflorescences, H. Ricome, 191 ; Volatile Products in une Théorie Physique des Phénomènes Vitaux, G. Préaubert, Tropical Plants, P. van Romburgh, 192 ; Laboratory 605; Laboratory Directions in General Biology, Harriet Practice for Beginners in Botany, William A. Setchell, 268 ; Randolph, 606; Marine Biology at the Bermudas, Prof. C. L. Biology of Stereum hirsutum, Prof. H. M. Ward, F.R.S., Bristol, 90; Distribution of Coccoliths, Prof. Joly, F.R.S., 286; Glimpses into Plant-Life, Mrs. Brightwen, 292; the and Dr. H. H. Dixon, 575

Copper Plant,” Polycarpæa spirostyles, L. B. J. Skertchly, Bipedal Lizards, W. Saville-Kent, 341, 365

303 ; a Camphor-yielding Cinnamon, R. T. Baker, 311; Birdwood (H. M.), the Plague in Bombay, 470

Memorials, Journal and Botanical Correspondence of Charles Birds and Men, Random Shots at, 77

Cardale Babington, 314 ; Action of Röntgen Rays on Vege. Birds : the Gallinaceous Game Birds of North America, D. G. table Life, Signor E. Tolomei, 323; Röntgen Rays hasten Elliot, 219; some Rare Birds' Eggs, 438

Germination, MM. Maldiney and Thouvenin, 408; Die Birkeland (M.), Analogy between Action of Luminous Rays Farnkräuter der Erde, Dr. H. Christ, 338 ; Botanical Microand of Lines of Magnetic Force, 431

technique : a Handbook of Methods of Preparation, Staining, Bishop (Mrs.), Korea and her Neighbours, 512

and of Microscopical Investigation of Vegetable Structures, Bjorling (Philip R.), Whittaker's Mechanical Engineer's Pocket- Dr. A. Zimmermann, 340 ; Tyrosin, a Chemical Vaccine Book, 434

against Snake Poison, C. Phisalix, 360 ; Early Spring Flowers, Blaisdell (Dr. Albert F.), a Practical Physiology: a Text-book Miss E. Armitage, 365; the Physiology of Pitcher Plants, S. for Higher Schools, 462

H. Vines, 367; the Ferns of Nicaragua, B. Shimek, 373 ; Blandford (Mr.), Destructive Propensities of Dermestes vulpinus, the Origin of Wheat, J. C. Melvill, 383; Comparative 167

Anatomy of certain Cycadaceæ, W. C. Worsdell, 430 ; FuncBlatchley (W. S.), Twenty-first Annual Report of the Depart- tion of Aroma in Truffle, A. de G. de Lesparre, 431 ; Myrtiment of Geology and Natural Resources, Indiana, 484

colorin, H. G. Smith, 431 ; Microscopic Plants imparting Ill Bley (Franz), Botanisches Bilderbuch für Jung und Alt, 100 Odour to Water, Messrs. Jackson and Ellms, 441 ; Death and Blind, Visibility of X-Rays to, F. de Courmelles, 527.

Obituary Notice of Prof. Kirk, 469 ; Apogamy and Sporangia Blood-Vessels with Mercury, Skiagraphy after Injection of the, Development on Fern Prothalli, W. H. Lang, 501 ; Action Drs. H. J. Stiles and H. Rainy, 485

of Different Salts in Plant-structure, Charles Dassonville, 504 ; Blooming out of Season, the Colours of Flowers, E. Hughes. Mechanism of Self-fertilisation in the Banana, Gopal R. Gibb, 100

Tambe, 510; a Remarkable Case of Correlation, 511; the Boirivant (A.), Replacement of Principal Stem by one of its Lesser Celandine, Prof. F. Delpino, 517 ; Elementary Botany, Ramifications, 552

Percy Groom, 534 ; Botany of Jeur, Prof. G. M. Woodrow, Bois (H. du), the Magnetic Circuit, 385.

543 ; Replacement of Principal Stem by one of its Ramifica. Bolam (Dr. R. A.), Cause of Death by Electric Shock, 302 tions, A. Boirivant, 552 ; Die Gattung Cyclamen L., eine Bollettino della Società Sismologica Italiana, 46, 116, 261

Systematische und Biologische Monographie, Dr. F. Bolometer, the, Prof. S. P. Langley, 620

Hildebrand, 560; Lessons with Plants, L. H. Bailey, Boltzmann (Prof. Ludwig), some Errata in Maxwell's Paper on 561 ; Contributions towards a Monograph of the Laboul. Faraday's Lines of Force, 77

beniaceia, Roland Thaxter, 620 Bombay Plague, Report of German Commission on, 86

Boudouard (0.), Cerium, 94 ; Neodymium, 527 Bombay, the Plague in, H. M. Birdwood, 470

Bouffard (A.), Use of Oxydase in Wine-inaking, 360 Bombay, Arrival of Eclipse Parties at, 230

Boulenger (G. A., F.R.S.), the Tailless Batrachians of Europe, Bonacini (Dr. C.), on the Diffusion of Röntgen Rays, 545

577 Bond (William Cranch) and George Phillips Bond, Memorials | Bouty (E.), New Method of Measuring Intensity of Magnetic of, Edward S. Holden, Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer, 171

Field, 310 Bonnerra (J. H.), Sedimentary Erratics of Kloosterholt, 455 Bowditch (Prof.), on the Physiology of Unstriped Muscular Bonney (Prof. T. G., F.R.S., Coral Boring at Funafuti, Prof. Tissue, 17 Edgeworth David, 137

Bower (J.), the Collision of Two Explosion-waves, 383 Book of the Dead, the, E. A. Wallis Budge, F.S.A., 337 Boxer (Major-General Sir E. M., F.R.S.), Death of, 227 Bordas (F.), Bacillus of “Turned ” Wines, 576

Boyce (Prof.), Green Oysters, 20 Bordas (J.), Bitterness in Wines, 431

Boyer (Jacques), La Photographie et l'Étude des Nuages, Börgen (Dr. C.), the Law of Divisibility, 54 ; a Correction, 136 509 Boring, Coral, at Funafuti, Prof. Edgeworth David, Prof. T. G. Brady (J. G.), Alaska, 103 Bonney, F.R.S., 137

Branner (J. C.), Former Extension of Appalachians, 70 Borneo, the Cambridge Expedition to Torres Straits and, Prof. Brauner (B.), Chemistry of Thorium, 526 ; Compound Nature Alfred C. Haddon, 276

of Cerium, 526; Præsodidymium and Neodidymium, 526 Bornstein (R.), Electric Observations by Balloon, 238

Breeding Habits of the Grey Seal, on the, J. E. Harting, 465 Bosc (F. J.), Parasites of Cancer and Sarcoma, 407

Brenner (Herr Leo), the Manora Observatory, 617 Bose (Prof. Jagadis Chunder), the Refraction of Electric Waves, Brewster (Edwin Tenney), Relation between Individual and 353

Racial Variability, 16
Botany: Method of Preserving Green Colour of Plants for Ex. Briggs (H. Mead), By Roadside and River, 198

hibition, A. F. Woods, 14; Chemical Substances in Tree. Bright Hydrogen Line, a Variable, Miss A. J. Cannon, 284
Trunks, 15; Experimental Morphology, Prof. G. F. Atkin. Brighton Municipal School of Science and Technology, 285
son, 41; the Discovery of Antherozoids in Zamia, H. J. Brightwen (Mrs.), Glimpses into Plant-life, 292
Webber, 59; Death and Obituary Notice of J. E. Humphrey, Brioschi (Prof. F.), Death of, 177 ; Obituary Notice of, 279
60; Method of Demonstrating Assimilation in Green Bristol (Prof. C. L.), Marine Biology at the Bermudas, 90
Plants, F. Darwin, 71 ; Spruce Fungus, Prof. Boyd Dawkins, Bristol Meeting of the British Association, the Forthcoming,
F.R.S., 71 ; Linnean Society, 94, 118, 262, 359, 430, 501, 296
623 ; Attraction of Flowers for Insects, Sir John Lubbock, 94; Britain, North, Earthquake in, James M‘Cubbin, 391
Flowers and Insects, Prof. F. Plateau, 179, 255; New Euca- British Association : Meeting at Toronto. Section I.--Presi-
lyptus, Henry Deane and J. H. Maiden, 95; the Melocacti, dential Address by Prof. Michael Foster, 20; Prof. Bowditch
Prof. Suringar, 95 ; Action of Mineral Salts on Lupin, M. on the Physiology of Unstriped Muscular Tissue, 17 ; Prof.
Dassonville, 95; New South Wales Linnean Society, 95, 216, Sherrington, 17; Prof. Carl Huber on the Cells of the
311 ; Botanisches Bilderbuch für Jung und Alt, Franz Bley, Sympathetic System of Vertebrates, 17 ; Prof. G. N. Stewart
100 ; Pontobolhos Manaarensis, Prof. A. Dendy, 119; In. on his Electrical Method of Determining Speed of Blood.

flow, 18; Prof. Townsend Porter's Observations on a Strip Bulletin of St. Petersburg Academy of Science, 308 of the Muscle of the Apex of the Dog's Ventricle, 18; Prof. Bulletin of St. Petersburg Society of Naturalists, 357 Porter on MacWilliam's Statement that the Ventricle of the Bulman (G. W.), Potato Disease, 198 Dog's Heart can be recovered from Fibrillary Contractions, Burbank (J. E.), Phosphorescence produced by Electrification, 18; Prof. Waymouth Reid on Absorption in the Intestine, 333; Novelty in Vacuum Tubes, 371 18; Prof. W. H. Thompson's Report on the Effects of Burch (G. J.), the Capillary Electrometer, 148; Artificia) Peptone when introduced into the Circulation, 18; Prof. Carl Colour-Blindness, 454 Huber on Modes of Ending of Nerve Fibres, 18; Prof. K. Burgess (Henry T.), a Test sor Divisibility, 8, 30 ; the Law of Huerthle on Resistance to Blood-flow, 18; Prof. A. R. Divisibility, 55 Cushny on Rhythmic Variations in the Contractions of the Burial, Premature, Fact or Fiction? Dr. David Walsh, 292 Mammalian Ventricle, 19; Prof. Loeb on the influence of the Burke (John), on the Absorption of Light by Fluorescing Bodies, Discharge of highly.charged Conductors on Nerve Muscle 427 Preparations, 19; Prof. Waller on the Action of Various Burstall (Prof. F. W.), Reports of Gas Engine Research ComReagents on the Electrotonic Currents of Nerves, 19; Dr. mittee of Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 379 Mackay on the Absorption of “Ferratin” and of Hæmoglobin Bisgen (Dr. M.), Bau und Leben unserer Waldbaume, 126 by the Intestinal Wall, 19; Dr. Noel Paton on the Phosphorus Butterflies : the Small Tortoiseshell Butterfly in December, W. Metabolism of the Salmon in Fresh Water, 19; Prof. W. P. F. Kirby, 173 Lombard on the Effect of frequent Excitations on the Con Byrne (P. M.), Glacial Boulders at Yellow Cliff, Central Australia, tractility of Striped Muscle, 19; Prof. Sherrington on the 495 Production of an Intense Colour of Subjective Origin, 19; Prof. Halliburton and Dr. Mott on the Effect on the Arterial Blood-pressure of the Intravenous Injection of Choline, Cable-Testing, Student's Guide to Submarine, H. K. C. Fisher Neurine, and Allied Substances, 20; Prof. Richet on the and J. C. H. Darby, 459 Refractory Period of the Bulbar and Cerebral Nervous Centres Cabot's (John) Landing place in America, Dr. S. E. Dawson, in the Dog, 20; Mr. O. Grunbaum on the Effects of Inter- 616 mittent Retinal Stimulation, 20; Profs. Boyce and Herdman Cailletet (L.), Apparatus for Verifying Barometric Measurement on “Green Oysters," 20 ; Dr. Warrington on the Effects of of Balloon Altitudes, 23 ; Photographic Methods of Measuring

Ischemia on the Structural Features of Nerve Cells, 20 - Height of Balloon, 282 British Association, the Forthcoming Bristol Meeting of the, Cairo, Daily Range of Meteorological Elements at, Dr. J. Hann, 296

165 British Islands, the Lepidoptera of the, Charles G. Barrett, Calcium Carbide and Acetylene, Henry Fowler, 523

W. F. Kirby, 460; the Submerged River Valleys and Calcutta Earthquake of June 12, the, Prof. F. Omori, 59 Escarpments off the British Coast, Prof. Edward Hull, F.R.S., Caldecott (W. A.), the Treatment of Stamp Battery Slimes from 484 ; a Sketch of the Natural History (Vertebrates) of the

Gold Ores, 129 British Isles, F. G. Afialo, 533

Calderwood (Dr. Hugh), Death of, 253 British Museum (Natural History) Catalogue of Madreporarian Calderwood (W. L.), Migratory Movements of Salmonidæ in Corals in the, Henry M. Bermard, 363

Spawning Season, 503 Brittlebank (C. C.), Evidence of Glacial Action in Bacchus California, Earthquake in, 565 Marsh Districts, Australia, 495

Callandreau (M.), Theory of Periodic Comets, 303, Broca (André), Influences of Intermittent Reston Muscle. Callendar (Prof. Hugh L.), the Law of Condensation of Steam, power. 455; Properties of Kathodes in Magnetic Field, 479

139 Brodie (Rev. P. B.), Obituary Notice of, 31

Calvert (Albert F.), My Fourth Tour in Western Australia, 126 Brodie (Dr. T. G.), the Essentials of Experimental Physiology, Calvert (H. T.), Formation of Monomethylaniline from Di410

methylaniline, 359; the Aluminium-Mercury Couple, 359 Brough (Bennett H.), the Lake Superior Iron Ore Region, 473 Cambridge : Cambridge Philosophical Society, 47, 71, 119, 190, Brown (Ernest W.), Theory of the Motion of the Moon, 88 407, 430, 502; a Handbook to the Geology of CambridgeBrown (Dr. F.), Poisoning by Canned Foods, 614

shire, F. R. Cowper Reed, 149 ; the Cambridge Expedition Brown (Horace T., F.R.S.), Note on the Influence of very Low to Torres Straits and Borneo, Prof. Alfred C. Haddon, 276 ;

Temperature on the Germinative Power of Seeds, 138, 150 the Forthcoming International Congress of Zoology, 298 Brown (R., jun.), Semitic Influence in Hellenic Mythology, Camera, with Nature and a, R. and C. Kearton, 154 530

Camera, through China with a, John Thomson, 539 Bruce (E. S.), Electric Balloon Signalling applied to Arctic Cameron (Mr.), a New System of Sewage Purification, 14 Exploration, 85

Camichel (Ch.,, a Thermometric Mercury Ammeter, 310 Bruce (W. S.), Mammals of Franz Josef Land, 575

Campbell (Albert), Alternate Exchange of Kinetic Energy, Brucker (M.), the Rouget Parasite, 143

166 ; Expansion of Glass by Heat, 166 ; Temperature ComBrückner (Prof. E.), Hann, Hochstetter, Pokorny-Allgemeine pensators for Standard Cells, 166 Erdkunde, 534

Campbell (J. E.), Transformations leaving Lengths of Arcs on Brunton (Dr. Lauder, F.R.S.), Lectures on the Action of any Surface unaltered, 406 Medicine, 26

Camphor-yielding Cinnamon, a, R. T. Baker, 311
Bryan (Prof. G. H., F.R.S.), Das Princip der Erhaltung der Canada, Geologists in, 62 ; Canadian Geography, Dr. Hugh

Energie und seine Anwendung in der Naturlehre, Hans Robert Mill, 223; a Trip to Canada, 344; Gold Production
Januschke, 74; Artificial Flight, 135; Electro-magnetic in, 517; Canada's Metals, Prof. Roberts-Austen, F.R.S., 533
Induction in Current Sheets, 382; Stereoscopic Projection Canals on Mars, the Doubling of the, M. Antoniadi, 568
of Lantern Slides, 511; the Kinetic Theory and Radiant

Canaries, Dust Fog in the, Prof. Augusto Arcimis, 582
Energy, 536

Canned Foods, Bacteriology of, Messrs. Prescott and UnderBryant (Sophie), Euclid's Elements of Geometry, Books I. and wood, 103

Canned Foods, Poisoning by, Dr. F. Brown, 614 Bryce (David), the Rotisera of Spitsbergen, 60

Canney (H. E. Leigh), the Winter Meteorology of Egypt and its Buchan (Dr.), Ten Years' Rainfall of Cape Colony, 34

Influence on Disease, 52 Buchan (Dr. Alexander), Scientific Advantages of an Antarctic Cannon (Miss A. J.), a Variable Bright Hydrogen Line, 284 Expedition, 425

Cape Colony, Ten Years' Rainfall of, Dr. Buchan, 34
Buckman (S. S.), Cheltenham as a Holiday Resort, 364

Cape Observatory, Annals of the, 513
Budge (E. A. Wallis, F.S.A.), the Book of the Dead, 337 Capillary Electrometer, the, G. J. Burch, 148
Building, Science and Art of, 602

Capsules, Supra-renal, upon the Comparative Physiology of the, Buisine (A. and P.), Volatile Fatty Acids in Wool désuintage B. Moore, 238, Dr. Swale Vincent, 238, 304; Effects of ExWater, 95 ; Manufacture of Acetone Oil, 335

tirpation of Supra-renal Capsules of Eel: Non-existence of Buisson (H.), Transparency of Bismuth in Magnetic Field, 383 Supra-renal Medulla in Teleostean Fishes, Dr. Swale Bulletin of American Mathematical Society, 164, 308, 357, 476,

Vincent, 429 598

Carbide and Acetylene, Calcium, Henry Fowler, 523

II., 433

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