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Trillat, 72 ; the Discovery of Argon, Prof. G. H. Darwin,

F.R.S., 83; the Translator, 102 ; Death of Dr. Karl H.

Huppert, 86; Electrolysis of Acid Solutions of Aniline,

L. Gilchrist, 88; Hydrolysis of Cane Sugar by d- and

l-Camphor-B-Sulphonic Acids, R. J. Caldwell, 94 ; the

Absorption of Hydrogen by Rhodium, L. Quennessen,

96; Action of Boric Acid on the Alkaline Peroxides and

the Formation of Perborates, George F. Jaubert, 96;

Thioformic Acid, V. Auger, 96; a New Sugar from the

Berries of the Mountain Ash, Gabriel Bertrand, 96;

Sorbierite, Gabriel Bertrand, 167; Mountain Ash Berries

and Sorbierite, M. Bertrand, 210; the Bleaching of Flour

by Electricity, M. Balland, 96; Practical Chemistry, a

Second Year Course, G. H. Martin, 100 ; Nitroso-group

in Organic Substances Isomorphous with the Nitro-

radical, G. Bruni and A. Callegari, 113; Attempts to

decide by Physical Methods the Nature of Isodynamic

Substances, M. Brühl, 113; Dr. W. H. Perkin, 113 ;

F. Giolitti, 113; Constitution of Ricinine, L. Maquenne

and L. Philippe, 119; Action of Iodine and Yellow

Oxide of Mercury on Unsaturated Acids, J. Bougault,

119; New Method of Synthesis of Aromatic Hydro-

carbons, Georges Darzens, 119; Trehalase in Fungi, Em.

Bourquelot and H. Hérissey, 119; Complexity of Dis-

solved Sulphates, Albert Colson, 119; Isomerism of the

Amidines of the Naphthalene Series, R. Meldola and

J. H. Lane, 118; Theory of the production of Mer-

curous Nitrite, P. C. Rây, I9; Amidechloroiodides,

G. D. Lander and H. E. Laws, 119; New Synthesis of

Isocaprolactone, D. T. Jones and G. Tattersall, 119;

Fire and Explosion Risks, Dr. von Schwartz, 122 ;

Death of Dr. T. M. Drown, 130; Obituary Notice of,

303 ; on the Possibility of Chemical Reactions, M. de

Forcrand, 143 ; on the Prediction of Chemical Reactions,

M. de Forcrand, 143 ; a New Class of lons, G. Moureau,

143 ; on Wood Spirit from Thuya articulata, Emilien

Grimal, 143 ; the Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded

to Sir William Ramsay, K.C.B., F.R.S., 155; Helium

in Pitchblende, Richard J. Moss, 158; on the State in

which Helium exists in Minerals, Prof. Morris W.

Travers, F.R.S., 248; the Refractive Indices of the

Elements, Clive Cuthbertson, 164; Certain Properties of

the Alloys of Silver and Cadmium, Dr. T. K. Rose,

164 ; Tyrosinases in Skins of Pigmented Vertebrates,

Florence M. Durham, 165; Nitrites of the Alkali and

Alkaline Earth Metals, and their Decomposition by

Heat, P. C. Rây, 165; Affinity Constants of Aniline

and its Derivatives, R. C. Farmer and F. J. Warth,

166; Grignard Reaction applied to the Esters of

Hydroxy-acids, P. F. Frankland and D. F. Twiss, 166 ;

Addition of Hydrogen Cyanide to Unsaturated Com-

pounds, A. Lapworth, 166; the Composition of Colloidal

Granules, Victor Henri and André Mayer, 167; the

Retrogradation of Cyclic Secondary Amines, P. Lemoult,

167; the Chemical Synthesis of Vital Products, and the

Inter-relations between Organic Compounds, Prof.

Raphael Meldola, F.R.S., 170; Studien über die Albumin-

oide mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Spongin und

der Keratine, Dr. Eduard Strauss, 174; a Scheme for

the Detection of the more Common Classes of Carbon

Compounds, Frank E. Weston, 175; Memoire sur la

Réproduction artificielle du Rubis par Fusion, A.

Verneuil, 180; Calcium Metal, R. Š. Hutton, 180;

Production of Calcium Cyanamide and its Employment

as Fertiliser, Prof. Frank, 374; Heat of Formation of

Calcium Hydride and Nitride, A. Guntz and Henry

Basset, 551; Death of Prof. Clemens A. Winckler, 181;

Death of Sir Lowthian Bell, Bart., F.R.S., 181;

Obituary Notice of, 230; Physical Characters of the

Sodium Borates with a New Method for the Determin-

ation of Melting Points, C. H. Burgess and A. Holt,

jun., 189; New Derivatives of Tetrahydrobenzene, Léon

Brunel, 191; Cyclic Substituted Thio-hydantoins, Emm.

Pozzi-Escot, 191; Salts and their Reactions, Dr. L.

Dobbie and H. Marshall, 200; Oils for Motor-cars,

C. Simmonds, 205; the Primary Formation of Optically

Active Substances in Nature, Dr. A. Byk, 210; Manual

of the Chemical Analysis of Rocks, H. S. Washington,

219; Applications of some General Reactions to Investi-

gations in Organic Chemistry, Dr. Lassar-Cohn, 220;

the Cost of Chemical Synthesis, R. J. Friswell, 222 ;

Chemical Combination and Toxic Action as Exemplified

in Hæmolytic Sera, Prof. Robert Muir and Carl H.

Browning, 238; Hydrolysis of Ammonium Salts, V'. H.

Veley, 239: the Diazo-reaction in the Diphenyl Series,

part ii., Ethoxybenzidine, J. C. Cain, 239; the Sulphate

and the Phosphate of the Dimercurammonium Series,

P. C. Rây, 239; Method for the Direct Production of

Certain Aminoazo-compounds, R. Meldola and L.

Eynon, 239; Studies in Optical Superposition, T. S.

Patterson and F. Taylor, 239; Constitution of the

Sodium Salts of Certain Methenic and Methinic Acids,

A. Haller and P. Th. Muller, 239; New Boride of

Manganese, Binet du Jassonneix, 239; Electrolytic

Analysis of Cobalt and Nickel, Dr. F. Mollwo Perkin

and W. C. Prebble, 239; Quadrivalent Oxygen, E. E.

Blaise, 240, 480 ; the Reduction of the Anhydrides of

the Dibasic Acids, G. Blanc, 240 ; General Method for

the Synthesis of Aldehydes, Georges Darzens, 240; the

Diastatic Coagulation of Starch, A. Fernbach and J.

Wolff, 240; Combustion of Sulphur in the Calorimetric

Bomb, H. Giran, 240 ; la Statique chimique basée sur

les deux Principes fondamentaux de la Thermo-

dynamique, E. Ariès, 247; die heterogenen Gleich-

gewichte vom Standpunkte der Phasenlehre, H. W.

Bakhuis Roozeboom, 247; Inks, their Composition and

Manufacture, C. Ainsworth Mitchell and T. C. Hep-

worth, C. Simmonds, 269 ; Death and Obituary Notice

of Dr. Thomas Woods, 278; Determination of Propor-

tion of Free Chromic Acid in Dichromate Solutions,

Messrs. Abegg and Cox, 281 ; Atmospheric and Oceanic

Carbon Dioxide, Dr. A. Harden, 283; Dr. A. Krogh,

283 ; Fluorides of Indium and Rubidium, C. Chabrié

and A. Bouchonnet, 287; Limit of the Reaction between

Diazobenzene and 'Aniline, Léo Vignon, 287; Methyl-

camphenylol, L. Bouveault and G. Blanc, 287; Estim-

ation of Carbon Monoxide in Confined Atmospheres,

Albert Lévy and A. Pécoul, 287; the Rational Estim-

ation of Gluten in Wheaten Flour, E. Fleurent, 288;

Death of Dr. Carl Otto Weber, 303 ; Combinations of

Samarium Chloride with Ammonia, C. Matignon and

R. Trannoy, 311; a Colloidal Hydrate of Iron obtained

by Electrodialysis, J. Tribot and H. Chrétien, 311; an

Isomeride of Trichloracetone, G. Perrier and E. Prost,

311; the Migration of the Ethylene Linkage in Un-

saturated Acyclic Acids, E. E. Blaise and A. Luttringer,

311; a New Method of Synthesising Saturated Ketones

by the Method of Catalytic Reduction, M. Darzens,

311; a Synthesis of Menthone and Menthol, A. Haller


C. Martine, 311; the B-Methyl-e-alkylcyclo-

hexanones, A. Haller, 311; the Spring at Hammara


Tor, Sinai, R. Fourtau


Georgiadès, 312 ; a Select Bibliography of Chemistry,

1492-1902, H. C. Bolton, 317; Death of Dr. Guido

Bodlaender, 325; Physical Properties of Metallic

Calcium, H. Moissan and M. Chavanne, 327; Cæsium

Methylamide, E. Rengade, 335; Trattato di Chimica

Inorganica Generale e Applicato all'Industria, Dr. E.

Molinari, 339; Death of Prof. Valdemar Stein, 350 ;

Intimate Connection between the Configuration of

Chemical Substances and their Susceptibility to Fer-

mentation, C. Ulpiani and M. Cingolani, 352; Electro-

lytic Oxidation of the Aliphatic Aldehydes, H. D. Law,

358; the Molecular Condition in Solution of Ferrous

Potassium Oxalate, S. E. Sheppard and C. E. K.

Mees, 358; a Further Analogy between the Asymmetric

Nitrogen and Carbon Atoms, H. 0. Jones, 358; the

Formation of Magnesia from Magnesium Carbonate by

Heat, W. C. Anderson, 358; the Reduction Products

of Anisic Acid, J. S. Lumsden, 358; Chemical Com-

position of Aleurone Grai S. Posternak, 359-60 ;

Chlorination of Methyl-ethyl-ketone, André Kling. 359 ;

Action of Dilute Nitric Acid upon Vegetable Fibres,

M. Jardin, 359 ; the Preparation of the Diamond, Henri

Moissan, 359 ; Synthesis in the Anthracene Series, MM.

Haller and A. Guyot, 359; the Condition of Chemical

Industries in France, Jean Jaubert, 369; the Nature of

the Hydrosulphites, Messrs. Baumann, Thesmar, and

Frossard, 374 ; Cause of the Period of Chemical In-

duction in the lnion of Hydrogen and Chlorine, D. L.

Chapman and C. H. Burgess, 380; Mass Analysis of

Muntz's Metal by Electrolysis, and the Electric Proper.


ties of this Alloy, J. G. A. Rhodin, 381; Equilibrium Simon, 504; the Glycerophosphates of Piperazine, A.
between Sodium Sulphate and Magnesium Sulphate, Astruc, 504 ; zur Bildung der ozeanischen Salzablagerung,
R. B. Denison, 381; Epidote from Inverness-shire, J. H. van 't Hoff, 508; Précis de Chimie physiologique,
H. H. Thomas, 381; Configuration of Isonitrosocamphor, Prof. Allyre Chassevant, 509; Monobromoacetal, P.
M. 0. Forster, 382; B-NH-Ethenyldiaminonaphthalene, Freundler and M. Ledru, 527; Diphenylamine Reaction
R. Meldola and J. H. Lane, 382 ; Direct Fixation of with Nitric Acid, Isidore Bay, 527; Thermochemical
Ethero-organo-magnesium Derivatives on the Ethylene Researches on Brucine and Strychnine, MM. Berthelot
Linkage of Unsaturated Esters, E. E. Blaise and A. and Gaudechon, 527; Valency of the Atom of Hydrogen,
Courtot, 383; New Method of Testing for Ammonia, M. de Forcrand, 527: Characterisation of Lactones by
Application to the Examination of Water for Sanitary Means of Hydrazine, M. Blaise and A. Luttringer, 527;
Purposes, MM. Trillat and Turchet, 383 ; Comparative Antiseptic Properties of Smoke, A. Trillat, 528; Chemical
Assimilability of Ammonia Salts, Amines, Amides, and Statics and Dynamics, J. W. Mellor, Dr. H. M. Dawson,
Nitriles, L. Lutz, 480 ; Oxidation of Metals in the Cold 532 ; Cryoscopic Behaviour of Hydrocyanic Acid, M.
in Presence of Ammonia, C. Matignon and G. Des- Lespieau, 544; Use of Quartz Vessels Limited, M.
plantes, 551 ; Direct Synthesis of Ammonia, Dr. E. P. Berthelot, 544 ; Use of “ Hot and Cold Tube" in Proving
Perman, 597; Action of Carbon Monoxide on Ammonia, the Existence of Chemical Reactions at High Tempera-
H. Jackson and D. Northall-Laurie, 598; Variations tures, Experiments in Hermetically Sealed Quartz Tubes,
in the Crystallisation of Potassium Hydrogen Succinate, M. Berthelot, 568; Velocity of Oxime Formation in
A. T. Cameron, 383; the Three Methylcyclohexanones certain Ketones, A. W. Stewart, 540 ; Esterification Con-
and the Corresponding Methylcyclohexanols, Paul stants of Substituted Acrylic Acids, J. J. Sudborough and
Sabatier and A. Mailhe, 383 ; Approximate Colorimetric D. J. Roberts, 550 ; Simple Method for the Estimation of
Estimation of Nickel and Cobalt in Presence of One Acetyl Groups, J. J. Sudborough and W. Thomas, 550 ;
Another, R. W. Challinor, 384; Materialien der Stereo- Gynocardin, a New Cyanogenetic Glucoside, F. B. Power
chemie, C. A. Bischoff, 386; the Principles of Inorganic and F. H. Lees, 550 ; an Asymmetric Synthesis of Quad-
Chemistry, Wilhelm Ostwald, 388; Determinations of rivalent Sulphur, S. Smiles, 550 ; Action of a-Halogen
the Physical Constants of Pure Marsh Gas, Prof. Ketones on Alkyl Sulphides, S. Smiles, 550 ; Pinene Iso-
Moissan and M. Chavanne, 400; Study of the Silicide nitrosocyanide and its Derivatives, W. A. Tilden and H.
of Carbon from the Cañon Diablo Meteorite, Henri Burrows, 550 ; Ferric Ethylate, Paul Nicolardot, 551 ;
Moissan, 407 : a New Reaction of Aldehydes, A. Substituted Creas from Natural Leucine, MM. Hugounenq
Conduché, 407: Action of Hydrocyanic Acid on Epi- and Morel, 551; Origin and Composition of the Essence
ethyline, M. Lespieau, 407 ; Practical Exercises in of Herb-bennet Root, Em. Bourquelot and H. Hérissey,
Chemical Physiology and Histology, H. B. Lacey and 551; Monochloro-derivatives of Methylcyclohexane, Paul
C... Pannett, 412; Exercises in Practical Physiological Sabatier and Alp. Mailhe, 551; Composition of the Oil
Chemistry.. Sydney W. Cole, 412; Catalytic Power of from Bir Bahoti

or the

“ Rains Insect (Bucella
Reduced Nickel, Paul Sabatier and J. B. Senderens, 423 ; carniola), E. G. Hill, 551-2; the Properties of Tungstic
Reduction of Nitriles to Amines, Paul Sabatier and Anhydride as a Colouring Material for Porcelain, Albert
J. B. Senderens, 423; New Method of Synthesis of Alkyl Granger, 575; Production of the Hyposulphites, M.
Derivatives of Cyclic Saturated Alcohols, A. Haller and Billy, 575 ; Acetyl-lactic Acid, V. Auger, 576; the Elements
F. March, 431; Direct Determination of the Atomic of Chemistry, N. M. Pattison Muir, 582 ; Alcohol in In-
Wright of Chlorine, Prof. H. B. Dixon, F.R.S., and dustry, 584 ; Death of Prof. A. Piccini, 588 ; New Method
E C. Edgar, 431; Carbimide of Natural Leucine, for the Preparation of Paraffins from their Monohalogen
VM. Hugounenq and Morel, 431; Assimilation outside Derivatives, Paul Lebeau, 592 ; Absence or Marked Dim-
the Organism, Ch. Bernard, 431; die Schule der Chemie, inution of Free Hydrochloric Acid in the Gastric Contents
W. Ostwald, 435; Radio-active Muds from the Thermal in Malignant Disease of Organs other than the Stomach,
Springs of Nauheim and Baden, Messrs. Elster and Prof. Benjamin Moore, Dr. W. Alexander, R. E. Kelly
I peitel. 448 : Radio-active Sediments of Thermal Springs, and H. E. Roaf, 596; Action of Acetylene on Aqueous
Prof. G. Vicentini and Levi de Zara, 448; the Theory of and Hydrochloric Acid Solutions of Mercuric Chloride,
Photographic Processes, on the Chemical Dynamics of J. S. S. Brame, 598; Chemical Dynamics of the Re-
Development, S. E. Sheppard and C. E. K. Mees, 454 ; actions between Sodium Thiosulphate and Organic
Estimation of Saccharin, C. Proctor, 455; Photographic Halogen Compounds, partii., Halogen Substituted
Radiation of some Mercury Compounds, R. de J. F. Acetates, A. Slator, 598; Physical Chemistry of the
Struthers and J. E. March, 455 ; Purification of Gadolina, Toxin-antitoxin Reaction, J. A. Craw, 598; Alloys of
and on the Atomic Weight of Gadolinium, G. Urbain, Copper and Bismuth, A. H. Hiorns, 598; New Forma-
455 ; B-Decahydronaphthol, Henri Leroux, 455; Manual tion of Acetylcamphor, M. O. Forster and Miss H. M.
of Chemical Analysis, E. Prost, 458; Techno-chemical Judd, 598 ; Bromomethyl Heptyl Ketone, H. A. D.
Analysis, Dr. G. Lunge, 458; Percentage Tables for Jowett, 598; a Carbide of Magnesium, J. T. Nance, 599 ;
Elementary Analysis, Leo F. Guttmann, 460; Inter- Isomeric Forms of d-Bromo- and d-Chloro-camphor-
rational Atomic Weights, Dr. F. Mollwo Perkin, 461; sulphonic Acids, F. S. Kipping, 599 : Influence of the
Death of Prof. Albert B. Prescott, 466; Chlorination of Hydroxyl and Alkoxyl Groups on the Velocity of Saponi-
There Isomeric Chloronitrobenzenes, J. B. Cohen and H. G. fication, A. Findlay and W. E. S. Turner, 599 ; the
Bennett, 478; Reduction of Isophthalic Acid, W. H. Reduction of Oxyhæmoglobin, R. Lepine and M. Boulud,
Perkia, jun., and S. S. Pickles, 478 ; Relation between 599; Liquefaction of Allene and Allylene, MM. Lespieau
Natural and Synthetical Glycerylphosphoric Acids, F. B. and Chavanne, 600; Hydrogenation of Benzonitrile and
Power and F. Tutin, 478; Transmutation of Geometrical Paratoluonitrile, A. Frébault, 600; a Short Introduction
Isomerides, A. W. Stewart, 478; Linin, J. S. Hills and to the Theory of Electrolytic Dissociation, J. C. Gregory,
W. P. Wynne, 478 ; Constitution of Phenylmethylacridol, 606; Have Chemical Compounds a Definite Critical
J J. Dobbie, 478; Electrolytic Solution of Platinum in Sul- Temperature and Pressure of Decomposition? Geoffrey
phuric Acid, André Brochet and Joseph Petit, 479 ; Com- Martin, 609; Tantalum, Dr. F. Mollwo Perkin, 610;
parson of the Physical Properties of Pure Nickel and Coagulation of Dilute Solutions of Silicic Acid under the
Cobalt. I. Copaux, 479; Soluble Forms of Metallic Influence of Various Substances, Nicola Pappadá, 616;
Dinydroxytartrates, H. J. H. Fenton, F.R.S., 479 ; Com- Derivatives of the Sesquioxides, A. T. Cameron, 623;
pounds of Guanidine with Sugars, R. S. Morrell and Construction of Fume-chambers with Effective Ventila-
LE Bellars, 479; 1-Methyl-4-benzylcyclohexanol and tion, Prof. W. N. Hartley, F.R.S., 623; Production of
1-Methyl-4-dibenzylcyclohexanol, A. Haller and F. March, Alcohol and Acetone by Muscles, F. Maignan, 624; the
6: thr Law of the Conservation of Mass in Chemical Crystalloluminescence of Arsenious Acid, M. Guinchant,
Aaron, Antonino Lo Surdo, 494 ; Physical Chemistry of 624 ; Mode of Formation of some Monosubstituted De.
Anesthesia. Prof. Moore and Mr. Roaf, 499 ; on Dextro- rivatives of L'rethane, F. Bodroux, 624
ratory Lactic Acid, E. Jungfleisch and M. Godchot, Chester (Rear-Admiral), Report of the L'nited States Naval
s. the Action of Magnesium Amalgam upon Di- Observatory, 211
raketone, E. Couturier and L. Meunier, 503 ; a Method Chicago, Astronomical Lectures at, 410

the Volumetric Estimation of Hydroxylamine, L. J. I Child (J. M.), a New Geometry for Senior Forms, 174

Children, Lectures on the Diseases of, Dr. Robert Hut- Colour of Moss Agates, Change in the, W. A. Whitton,
chison, 28

31; C. Simmonds, 54 ; A. Hutchinson, 101
Chizzoni (Dr. Francesco), Death of, 36, 350

Colour Photography, Dr. Koenig 's Method of, 83 -
Cholera, Protective Inoculation against Asiatic, Dr. Strong, Colour-blindness : Two Cases of Trichromic Vision, Dr.

F. W. Edridge-Green, 573
Chree (Dr. Charles, F.R.S.), Analysis of the Results from Colour-physiology of the Higher Crustacea, F. Keeble and
the Falmouth Magnetographs on Quiet Days during

Dr. F. W. Gamb 621
1891–1902, 261; Determination of Young's Modulus Colours of Stars in the Southern Hemisphere, Dr. J.
(Adiabatic) for Glass, 359

Möller, 256
Chrétien (H.), a Colloidal Hydrate of Iron obtained by Colson (Albert), Complexity of Dissolved Sulphates, 119
Electrodialysis, 311

Comets : Encke's Comet 1904 b, M. Kaminsky, 16, 114;
Chrétien (M.), Observations of Perseids, 89

Prof. Max Wolf, 63, 89; Prof. Millosevich, 89, 114; Prof.
Christenheit der Mittelmeerlände, die orientalische, Dr. E. Hartwig, 89; Herr Moschick,' 114; Dr. Smart, 114;
Karl Beth, 53

Herr. van d Bilt, 185; Brightness of Encke's Comet, J.
Christian Century in Japan, the, Dr. J. Haas, F. Victor Holetschek, 469; Re-discovery of Tempel's. Second
Dickens, 27

Comet, M. Gavelle, 133 ; J. Coniel, 133 ; Tempel's Comet
Christy (Mr.), Sleeping Sickness in Congo Free State, 499 ; (1904 c), M. St. Javelle, 185; M. Coniel, 185 ; Ephemeris

Relationship of Human Trypanosomiasis to Congo Sleep- for, J. Coniel, 282 ; Search-ephemeris for Tempel's First
ing Sickness, 499; the Congo Floor Maggot, 499

Periodic Comet (1867 II.), A. Gautier, 545; Shower of
Church (Colonel George Earl), Archæological Researches in Andromedids from Biela's Comet (?), W. F. Denning,
Costa Rica, C. V. Hartman, 461

139 ; Discovery of a New Comet (1904 d), M. Giacobini,
Cingolani (M.), Intimate Connection between the Configura- 185; Comet 1904 d (Giacobini), 211, 233 ; M. Ebell, 256 ;

tion of Chemical Substances and their Susceptibility to Elements and Ephemeris of, M. Ebell, 211; M. Giaco-
Fermentation, 352

bini, 211; Ephemeris for, M. Ebell, •353;

Circulation of the Atmosphere, the, James Thomson, 365 Pechüle, 353 ; Observations of Comet 1904. d, Prof.
City Development, a Study of Parks, Gardens, and Culture Hartwig, 281; Prof. Nijland, 281; Prof. Ambronn, 281 ;
Institutes, P. Geddes, 511

M. Borrelly, 281; M. Ebell, 281; Another New Comet
Classifications of the Sciences, Philosophy as Scientia (1904 e), M. Borrelly, 233; Dr. Cohn, 233; Elements
Scientiarum and a History of, Robert Flint, 505

and Ephemeris for, Dr. Elis Strömgren, 256; Observ-
Claxton (Mr.), Investigation of Accuracy of Self-registering ations of, Prof. Hartwig, 281; Prof. Nijland, 281; Prof.
Thermometers, 62

Ambronn, 281; M. Borrelly, 281 ; M. Ebell, 281 ; Observ-
Cleaves (Dr. Margaret A.), Light Energy: its Physics, ations of the Borrelly Comet, December 28, 1904, G.
Physiological Action, and Therapeutics, 269

Rayet, 287; Elliptical Character of the New Borrelly
Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Nervous System, Sir Comet (e 1904), G. Fayet, 335; Ephemeris for Comet
William R. Gowers, F.R.S., 6

1904 e, M. Ebell, 329; Dr. E. Strömgren, 353, 400 ;
Clinton (W. C.), Voltage Ratios of an Inverted Rotary Orbit of, M. Fayet, 353 ; Revised Elements for, M.
Converter, 550

Fayet, 400 ; Comet 1904 e (Borrelly), Dr. E. Strömgren,
Clive's Shilling Arithmetic, 507

518; Periodical Comets due to Return in 1905, W. T.
Clock, the Isochronism of the Pendulum in the Astro- Lynn, 306; Additional Periodical Comets due this Year,
nomical, Ch. Féry, 288

Mr. Denning, 374 ; Ephemeris for Brooks's Comet
Clouds, the General Motion of, Prof. H. H. Hilde- 1904 I., 374; Observations of Comets, M. Quenisset,
brandsson, 329

374 ; Dr. R. G. Aitken, 449 : Mr. Maddrill, 449; Dis-
Cluzet (M.), Duration of Minimum Excitation of Nerves, covery of a New Comet 1905 a, M. Giacobini, 518;

Comet 1905

a (Giacobini), Prof. · Aitken, 544; . Dr.
Coal Gas Poisoning : Carbon Monoxide Asphyxiation in Strömgren, 569 ; Prof. Hartw 569; G. Bigourdan,
Dublin, Dr. E. J. McWeeney, 88

575; Elements and Ephemeris for, General Bassot, 617;
Coal Supplies, the Royal Commission on, 324

Dr. Palisa, 618
Coal-mining, an Elementary Class-book of Practical, T. H. Companion to the Observatory, the, 186

Cockin, 150 ; Annals of Coal Mining and the Coal Trade, Compulsory Greek at Cambridge, 414, 416; A. B. Basset,
R. L. Galloway, Bennett H. Brough, 361

F.R.S., 318; R. Vere Laurence, H. Rackham, and A. C.
Coast Erosion and Protection, A. E. Carey, E. R. Seward, F.R.S., 390 ; W. Bateson, F.R.S., 390; Prof.
Matthews, at Institution of Civil Engineers, 92

A. G. Tansley, 414; Edward T. Dixon, 414
Cock Robin and His Mate, the Adventure of, R. Kearton, Conchology : New Rhabdosphere, George Murray,

F.R.S., 501; the Loxonematidæ, with Descriptions of
Cockayne (Dr.), the Plant Associations of the Auckland Two New Species, Miss J. Donald, 549 : Relation in Size
Isles, 183

between the Megalosphere and the Microspheric and
Cockerell (Prof. T. D. A.), Mutation, 366

Megalospheric Tests in the Nummulites, J. J. Lister,
Cockin (T. H.), an Elementary Class-book of Practical 550
Coal-mining, 150

Conduché (A.), a New Reaction of Aldehydes, 407
Coffey (George), Neolithic Deposits in the North-east of Conference astrophotographique internationale de Juillet
Ireland, 444

1900, Prof. H. H. Turner, F.R.S., 154
Cohen (J. B.), Basic Properties of Oxygen, 70; Chlorin- | Congo, Reports of the Trypanosomiasis Expedition to the,
ation of the Isomeric Chloronitrobenzenes, 478

1903-4, 498
Cohn (Dr.), Another New Comet (1904 e), 233

Congress at St. Louis, the International Electrical, 41
Coker (Prof.), Laboratory. Apparatus for Measuring the Coniel (J.), Re-discovery of Tempel's Second Comet, 133 ;

Lateral Strains in Tension and Compression Members, Tempel's Comet (1904 c), 185; Ephemeris for Comet

Tempel, 1904 €, 282
Coker (Dr. E. G.), the Flow of Water through Pipes Conrady (Mr.), Experiment to Prove Phase-reversal in

Experiments on Stream-line Motion and the Measure- Second Spectrum from a Grating of Broad Slits, 262
ment of Critical Velocity, 357

Constable (F. C.), Intelligence in Animals, 102
Cole (Prof. Grenville A. J.), the Pre-Glacial Raised Beach Constant Errors in Meridian Observations, J. G. Porter,

of the South Coast of Ireland, W. B. Wright and H. B. 495
Muff, 17; Geological Survey of the Transvaal, Report Continuous Transformation Groups, Introductory Treatise
for the Year 1903, H. Kynaston, E. T. Mellor, A. L. of Lie's Theory of Finite, John Edward Campbell, 49
Hall, Dr. G. A. F. Molengraaff, 55

Conwentz (H.), die Gefährdung der Naturdenkmäler und
Cole (R. Langton), Thinking Cats, 31; Reversal of Charge Vorschläge zu ihrer Erhaltung, 73
in Induction Machines, 249

Cooke (T.), the Flora of the Presidency of Bombay, 124
Cole (Sydney W.), Exercises in Practical Physiological Cooke (W. E.). Highest Maximum Temperatures Recorded
Chemistry, 412

in the British Empire, 542; Earthquakes at Perth,
Colgan (Nathaniel), Flora of the County Dublin, 412

Western Australia, 613
Coloration of Spiders, a Note on the, Oswald H. Latter, 6 Cooke (W. Ternent), Note on Radio-activity, 176



JUNY & 1905]


Copaus (H.). Comparison of the Physical Properties of Culture of Fruit Trees in Pots, the, Josh Brace, 314
Pure Nickel and Cobalt, 479

Cunha. (A. Da), l'Année Technique, i
Copper Deposits of the Encampment District, Wyoming, Cunningham (Lieut.-Colonel Allan), Quadratic Partitions,
A. C. Spencer, ' 450

Corals: the Anatomy of, Prof. Sydney J. Hickson, F.R.S., Cunningham (E.), Extension of Borel's Exponential Method

18: Morphology of Corals and Sea-anemones, Dr. J. E. of Summation of Divergent Series applied to Linear
Duerden, 232

Differential Equations, 166
Cork? le Liège, ses Produits et ses Sous-produits, M. Cunningham (Prof. Robert 0.), Occurrence of a Tropical
Martignat, 413

Form of Stick-Insect in Devonshire, 55
Cornu (A.), Notices sur l'Électricité, I

Curtis (Dr. H. D.), Radial Velocities of Certain Stars, 519
Corona, Photography of the, without a Total Eclipse, A. Curves, Compound Singularities of, A. B. Basset, F.R.S.,

Hansky, 544
Corona, Structure of the, Dr. Ch. Nordmann, 469

Curves, Singularities of, T. B. S., 152
Corstorphine (Dr. G. S.), Petrography of the Witwaters- Cuthbertson (Clive), the Refractive Indices of the Elements,
rand Conglomerates, with Special Reference to the

Origin of Gold, 471

Cyaniding Gold and Silver Ores, H. Forbes Julian and
Cortie (Rev. A. L.), Sun-spot Spectra, 158; Magnetic Edgar Smart, 292
Storms and Associated Sun-spots, 311

Cyanogen Band, Structure of the Third, Franz Jungbluth,
Cost of Chemical Synthesis, the, R. J. Friswell, 222

Costa Rica, Archeological Researches in,. C. V. Hart- Cyclones of the Far East, the, Rev. José Algué, S.J., 198
man, Colonel George Earl Church, 461

y Cygni, a Canis Minoris, and e Leonis, Spectra of, E.
Countries of the King's Award, the, Sir Thomas Holdich, Haschek and K. Kostersitz, 354
K.C.M.G., 102

Cytology: Morphologie und Biologie der Zelle, Dr. Alex-
Country Day by Day, the, E. K. Robinson, 418

ander Gurwitsch, 174; Zellenmechanik und Zellenleben,
Country Diary, Pages from a, P. Somers, 175

Prof. Dr. Rhumbler, 199; -Fecundation in Plants, David
Courmelles (Foveau de), Glandular Atrophic Action of the M. Mottier, 218; Contributions to the Knowledge of the
X-Rays, 456

Life-history of Pinus, with Special Reference to Sporo-
Courtot (A.), Direct Fixation of Ethero-organo-magnesium genesis, the Development of the Gametophytes and Fer-

Derivatives on the Ethylene Linkage of Unsaturated tilisation, Margaret C. Ferguson, 218 ; Ergebnisse und
Esters, 383

Probleme der Zeugungs- und Vererbungs-lehre, Prof. Oscar
Courvoisier (L.), Value of the Astronomical Refraction

Hertwig, 559
Constant, 592

Czapski (Dr. Siegfried), Grundzüge der Theorie der op-
Cousins (H. H.). Possibility of Manufacturing Starch from tischen Instrumente nach Abbe, 217

Cassava on a Large Scale, 184; Sweet Potatoes, 542
Couturier (E.), Action of Magnesium Amalgam upon
Dimethylketone, 503

d Bilt (Herr van), Encke's Comet (1904 b), 185 ·
Coward (T. A.), Natierer's Bat, 446

Dai Nippon, the Britain of the East, a Study in National
Cox (Mr.), Determination of Proportion of Free Chromic Evolution, Henry Dyer, 97
Acid in Dichromate Solutions, 281

Dalbergia of South-eastern Asia, the Species of; Dr. D.
Craniology : Craniology of Man and the Anthropoid Apes, Prain, 363
A. T. Mundy, 125; N. C. Macnamara, 125; Difficulties

Danne (j.), a New Mineral containing Radium, \335;
of the Ethnographic Survey in the Mysore, E. Thurston, Plumbiferous Earths of Issy-l'Évêque contain Radium, 373
182–3 : “ Negroid " Characters in European Skulls, Prof. Darwin (Prof. G. H., F.R.S.), the Discovery of Argon, 83
Manouvrier, 453; a Great Oxford Discovery, Prof. Karl Darzens (Georges). New Method of Synthesis of Aromatic
Pearson, F.R.S., 510; the Ancient Races of the Thebaid, Hydrocarbons, 119; General Method for the Synthesis of
Prof. Arthur Thomson, 583; Prof. Karl Pearson, Aldehydes, 240; a New Method of Synthesising Saturated
F.R.S., 583

Ketones by the Method of Catalytic Reduction, 311
Crater of Stromboli, Recent Changes in the, Dr. Tempest Date of Easter in 1905, the, Dr. A. M. W. Downing,
Anderson, 593

F.R.S., 201
Craw (J. A.), Physical Chemistry of the Toxin-antitoxin Dates of Publication of Scientific Books, R. P. Paraiypye,
Reaction, 598

320; Henry Frowde, 365; B. Hobson, 440
Crawley (A. Ernest), the Native Tribes of South-east Davies (J. H.), Determination of Vapour-pressure by Air-
Australia, 225; Studies in National Eugenics, 402

bubbling, 597
Crémieu (V.), Researches on Dielectric Solids, 167; At- Davis (A. S.), the Piesmic Barometer, 232

traction between Liquid Drops suspended in a Liquid | Davis (J. R. A.), the Natural History of Animals, the
of the Same Density, 287

Animal Life of the World in its Various Aspects and
Crete, Phaistos and Hagia Triada, 465

Relations, 369
Crete, Recent Archæological Discoveries in, Proposed Davison (Dr. C.), the Leicester Earthquakes of August 4,
Chronology of Cretan Civilisation, S. Reinach, 69

1893, and June 21, 1904, 262 ; the Derby Earthquakes
Crew (Dr. Henry), the Appearance of Spark Lines in Arc of July 3, 1904, 262 ; Twin-earthquakes, 262"; a Study of
Spectra, 159

Recent Earthquakes, 532 ; Detailed Record of the Indian
Crompton (Colonel R. E.), Unsolved Problems in Electrical Earthquake by Horizontal Pendulum at Birmingham, 589

Engineering, “ James Forrest". Lecture at the Institu- Dawson (Dr. H. M.), Chemical Statics and Dynamics,
tion of Civil Engineers, 595

J. W. Mellor, 532
Crookes (Sir William, F.R.S.), Europium and its Ultra- | Deafness, Application of the Vowel Siren to the Study of,
violet Spectrum, 476

M.' Marage, 456
Crossland (C.), Ecology and Deposits of the Cape Verde Decomposition ? Have Chemical Compounds a Definite
Marine Fauna, 502

Critical Temperature and Pressure of, Geoffrey Martin,
Crossley (E.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 325

Crosthwaite (Captain H. L.), Magnetic and Meteorological Definition of Entropy, the, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 31;

Observatory on New Year Island, 515; Tierra del Fuego, J. Swinburne, 125 ; Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 125

Deineka (D.), the Swim-bladder of Fishes, 112
Crustacea : a Small Crustacean (Paracartia grani) dis- Delage (A.), on the Constitution of Arable Earth, 191

covered in the Oyster-beds of Norway, Prof. G, O. Sars, Demoussy (E.), Vegetation in Atmospheres · Rich in Carbon
61; Life-histories of the Edible Crab and other Decapod Dioxide, 120
Crustacea, Dr. Williamson, 214 ; Penella, a Crustacean Deniker (Dr. J.), the Racial Elements in the Present

Parasitic on the Finner Whale, Sir William Turner, 431 Population of Europe, Huxley Memorial Lecture at An-
Crystallography: Grundzüge der Kristallographie, Prof. thropological Institute, 21
C. M. Viola, Harold. Hilton, -340

Denison (R. B.), Equilibrium between Sodium Sulphate
Cultivation and Preparation of Para Rubber, W. H. John- and Magnesiuin Sulphate, 381
son, 331, 352 ; C. Simmonds, 32 1

Denning (W. F.), the Coming Shower of Leonids

Heights of Meteors, 89; the November Meteors of 1904, Staphylococcus Vaccine, 67; on the Action Exerted upon
93 ; Shower of Andromedids from Biela's Comet, 139; the Tubercle Bacillus by the Human Blood Fluids, and
the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 211; Real Paths, Heights, on the Elaboration of Protective Elements in the Human
and Velocities of Leonids, 306 ; . Observations of the Organism in Response to Inoculations of a Tubercle
Leonid Shower of 1994, 353 ; Additional Periodical Comets Vaccine, 67
due this Year, 374 ; January Fireballs, 469

Dourien (Jacques), the Oxidation of Ethyl and Methyl
Desch (C. H.), Ultra-violet Absorption Spectra of certain Alcohols at their Boiling Points, 48
Enol-keto-tautomerides, 549

Downing (Dr., F.R.S.), Relative Drift of the Hyades Stars,
Deslandres (H.), the Third Band of the Air Spectrum, 17; 185

Deslandres's Formula for the Lines in the Oxygen Band | Downing (Dr. A. M. W., F.R.S.), the Date of Easter in
Series, 63; Groups of Negative Bands in the Air

1905, 201
Spectrum with a Strong Dispersion, 239; Variation of Doyen's (Dr.), Conclusions of the Committee on, Treatment
the Band Spectra of Carbon with the Pressure and some of Cancer, 208
new Band Spectra of Carbon, 575

Drawing, Machine, Alfred P. Hill, 149
Desmidiaceæ, a Monograph of the British, W. West and Drawing, Mathematical, an Elementary Treatise on Graphs.
Prof. G. S. West, 194

George A. Gibson, Prof. George M. Minchin, F.R.S., 211
Desplantes (G.), Oxidation of Metals in the Cold in Pre- Dreyer (M.), Effect of the Radium Emanations on certain
sence of Ammonia, 551

Protozoa and on the Blood, 279
Destructors for Institutional and Trade Waste, Small, W. Driesch (Hans), Naturbegriffe und Natururteile, 270
Francis Goodrich, 246

Drown (Dr. T. M.), Death of, 130; Obituary Notice of, 303
Deventer (Dr. C. M. van), Law of the Permanent Level, Drummond (J.), the Animals of New Zealand, an Account of

the Colony's Air-breathing Vertebrates, 199
Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia, the, R. Campbell | Drysdale (Dr. C. V.), Apparatus for Direct Determinatior.
Thompson, 249

of the Curvatures of Small Lenses, 142
Devonshire, Occurrence of a Tropical Form of Stick-insect du Jassonneix (Binet), New Boride of Manganese, 239
in, Prof. Robert O. Cunningham, 55

Dublin : Royal Irish Academy, 71, 431, 503 ; Royal Dublin
Dew-ponds and Cattle-ways, Neolithic, A. J. Hubbard and Society, 167, 334, 503, 623 ; Flora of the County Dublin,
G. Hubbard, 611

Nathaniel Colgan, 412
Dewar (George A. B.), the Glamour of the Earth, 53 Duchemin (René), the Oxidation of Ethyl and Methyl
Diamond, the “Cullinan,” Dr. F. H. Hatch, 549

Alcohols at their Boiling Points, 48
Diamond, Enormous Transvaal, 372

Duckworth (W. L. H.), Morphology and Anthropology, 433
Diary, Pages from a Country, P. Somers, 175

Studies from the Anthropological Laboratory, the
Dickins (F. Victor), Geschichte des Christentums in Japan, Anatomy School, Cambridge, 433
Dr. J. Haas, 27

Duddell (W.), a High Frequency Alternator, 190
Dictionary, a German-English, of Terms used in Medicine Dudfield (Dr. Orme), Sanatoria for Consumptives, 37

and the Allied Sciences, Hugo Lang and B. Abrahams, Duerden (Dr. J. E.), West Indian Madreporarian Polyps

18; Morphology of Corals and Sea-anemones, 232
Dictionary, the Optical, 248

Dugast (J.), l'Industrie oléicole (Fabrication de l'Huile
Dielectric, Electromagnetics in a Moving, Oliver Heaviside, d'Olive), 6.
F.R.S., 606

Dumb-bell Nebula, the, Louis Rabourdin, 40
Diet : the Question of, in Physical Education, Prof. T. Dunér (Prof. N. C.), the Sun's Rotation, 401

Clifford Allbutt, 111; Food of the Maine Lumbermen, Durham (Florence M.), Tyrosinases in Skins of Pigmented
Messrs. Woods and Mansfield, 254

Vertebrates, 165
Dines (W. H.), the Study of the Minor Fluctuations of Dürre (Dr. Ernst F.), Death of, 420

Atmospheric Pressure, 216; Remarkable Temperature in- Dust, Electrification, and Heat, Historical Note on, Sir
version and the Recent High Barometer, 365; Observa- Oliver Lodge, F.R.S., 582
tions at Crinan in 1904, 622

Dutton (Clarence Edward), Earthquakes, 147
Discovery Expedition, Meteorological Conditions of the Dutton (Mr.), Sleeping Sickness in Congo Free State, 499 ;
Antarctic, C. W. R. Royds, 568

Relationship of Human Trypanosomiasis to Congo Sleep-
Discovery of Argon, the, Prof. G. H. Darwin, F.R.S., 83 ; ing Sickness, 499; the Congo Floor Maggot, 499
the Translator, 102

Dyer (Henry), Dai Nippon, the Britain of the East, a
Discussion of Central European Longitudes, Prof. Th. Study in National Evolution, 97 ; Education and National
Albrecht, 424

Efficiency in Japan, 150 ; Japan nach Reisen und Studien
Diseases of Children, Lectures on the, Robert Hutchison, J. J. Rein, 603

Dyke (G. B.), Practical Determination of the Mean
Dixon (Edward T.), Compulsory Greek at Cambridge, 295, Spherical Candle-power of Incandescent and Arc Lamps.

Dixon (Prof. H. B.), Direct Determination of the Atomic Dynamics : Chemical Statics and Dynamics, J. W. Mellor.
Weight of Chlorine, 431

Dr. H. M. Dawson, 532; the Dynamical Theory oi
Dobbie (J. J.), Constitution of Phenylmethylacridol, 478 Gases, Lord Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S., 559; J. H. Jeans,
Dobbie (Dr. L.), Salts and their Reactions, 200

Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 601; J. H. Jeans, 607; a
Doberck (Prof.), the Orbit of Sirius, 133 ; Right Ascensions Treatise on the Dynamics of Particles and Rigid Bodies,
of 2120 Southern Stars, 545

E. T. Whittaker, Prof. G. H. Bryan, 601
Doctor's View of the East, a, 553
Dogs, Reason in, Arthur J. Hawkes, 54
Daezalek (F.), the Theory of the Lead Accumulator, i Eakle (Arthur S.), Mineral Tables for the Identification of
Donald (Miss J.), the Loxonematidæ, with Descriptions of Minerals by their Physical Properties, 123

Two New Species, 549; Gasteropoda from the Silurian Earth's Heat : Presence of Radium throughout the Earth's
Rocks of Llangadock, 549

Volume as Compensating for the Loss of Heat by Con-
Doncaster (L.), the Inheritance of Tortoiseshell and Related duction, C. Liebenow, 113

Colours in Cats, 191; Maturation of the Egg and Early Earth's Rigidity, the Physical Cause of the, Prof. T. J. J.

Development in certain Sawflies, 550
Donitch (N.), the Conditions in the Solar Atmosphere Earth's Rotation, Apparatus for Measuring the Velocity
during 1900-1, 329

of the, Prof. A. Föppl, 39
Dorsey (Dr. G. A.), Folk-tales of Plains Indians, 417 Earthquakes : Clarence Edward Dutton, 147; Earthquake
Double Stars, Systematic Survey of, Prof. R. G. Aitken, in Transbaikalia on September 28, 231; Earthquake at

Gibraltar, 253 ; a Study of Recent Earthquakes, Charles
Douglas (Captain Stewart R.), on the Action Exerted upon Davison, 532 ; Propagation of Earthquake Waves, M. P.

the Staphylococcus pyogenes by the Human Blood Fluids, Rudzki, 534 ; Rev. 0. Fisher, 583; Earthquake at
and on the Elaboration of Protective Elements in the Lahore, 540; the Indian Earthquake of April 4. 563 :
Human Organism in Response to Inoculations of a Detailed Record of the Indian Earthquake by Horizontal

See, 559

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