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INDEX

ABERCROMBY (Hon. R.), the Aurora and its Spectrum, 173 Animals, Protection of, International Congress for, 444; Bene-
Abney (Capt. W. de W., F.R.S.), Work in the Infra-red of volence in, Oswald Fitch, 580 ; Geo. J. Romanes, F.R.S.,
1 the Spectrum, 15

607 ; on the Sense of Colour amongst some of the Lower,
Acetate of Soda, Heating by, 344

Sir John Lubbock, Bart., 618
Acta Mathematica, 180

Annalen der Physik und Chemie, 143, 281, 330, 450
Adamson (Chas. Murray), “ Another Book of Scraps principally Annonay Montgolfier Celebration, 517
relating to Natural History,” 480

Another Book of Scraps,” C. M. Adamson, 480
Aerolite near Alfianello, 496

Antarctic Expedition, New Italian, 230
Aeronautics, see Balloons

Anthropology, an Urgent Need in, W. L. Distant, 101 ; of the
Africa : Joseph Thomson's Expedition, 21; H. M. Stanley's Jews, B. Blechmann, 113; Anthropological Institute, 119,

Report of his Expedition, 21 ; Milan Society's Expedition, 191, 215, 307, 332, 426, 475; Anthropo-Geographie, Dr. F.
230; Lieut. Wissmann's Expedition, 348; Wissmann and Ratzel, 125; Notes in the Solomon Islands, H. B. Guppy, 607
Pogge's Expedition, 401 : Central and West, H. Capello and Antinori (Marchese O.), Death of, 132
R. Ivens, 391 ; Ethnology of North, Prof. A. H. Keane, Apatite, on a Fine Specimen of, from Tyrol, lately in the pos-
408; “Afrika's Ströme und Flüsse,” Dr. J. Chavanne, 447 ; session of Mr. Samuel Henson, 608
"Africana,” Rev. D. Macdonald, 526 ; Dr. Emil Holub's Arabians, Nautical Matters among Mediæval, 42
New Expedition, 542

Aradas (Prof. Andrea), Death of, 160
Agram, Earthquakes at, 348

Arc Lanıp, Lever's, 274
Agricultural Students' Gazette, 230

Archegosaurus, Indian, R. Lydekker, 411
Agriculture in Madras, 607

Archene, Earthquake at, 277
Aino Ethnology, Dr. J. J. Rein, 365 ; Prof. A. H. Keane, 389 Archibald (E. Douglas) : Shadows after Sunset, 77 ; Increase in
Ainos, Bear Festival among the, 19

Velocity of Wind with Altitude, 243; Diurnal Variations in
Air, Elasticity of, M. Kraevitch, 183

the Velocity of the Wind, 461 ; Stevenson's Observations on
Air, on the Movements of, in Fissures and the Barometer, A. Increase of Velocity of the Wind with the Altitude, 506
Straban, 375, 461

Archives des Sciences Physiques et Naturelles, 93, 143, 306,
Air-pump, Double-action Mercury, Serrawalle, 324

473
Airy (Sir G. B., F.R.S.), on the proposed Forth Bridge, 131 ; Arctic Expedition, New Swedish, 400
C. S. Smith, 99; B. Baker, 222

Arctic Voyaging, Season of 1882 exceptionally adverse to, 372
Airy (Dr. Hubert), the Magnetic Storm and Aurora, 86; Hover- Argentine, Description Physique, de la République, d'après des

ing of Birds, 294, 336, 388, 412; Soaring of Birds, 590 Observations Personnelles et Étrangères, Dr. H. Burmeister,
Alhuminous Bodies, on the Isomerism of, Shigetaké Sagiura, 28
103

Argyll (Duke of): Mimicry in Moths, 125 ; Transit of Venus,
Aldis (Prof. W. Steadman), “Introductory Treatise on Rigid 156 ; Hovering of Birds, 312, 387; Metamorphic Origin of
Dynamics," 265; the Sea Serpent, 338

Granite— Prehistoric “Giants," 578
Aleia xylina in United States, Hibernation of, Dr. C. V. Riley, Arithmetic, Elementary Chemical, Sidney Lupton, 76
214

Armour-plate Experiments, Recent, 405
Aleutian Islands, Fauna and Flora of, 520

Asia (Central), Dr. Regel's Explorations in, 446
Alfianello, Aerolite near, 496

Asphyxiation in Rapid Falling, 62
Algæ in Palæozoic Strata, Invertebrate Casts versus, 46 Association for Improvement of Geometrical Teaching, 246,
Alge, Fossil, Marquis de Saporta, 514

299, 580
Algeria, Projet de Mer Intérieure dans l', 133 ; an Algerian Astronomy: Astronomical Column, 20, 43, 161, 210, 248, 300,

Winter Resort for Gout and Rheumatic Patients, 113; Heavy 324, 348, 374, 400, 424, 445, 497, 517, 540, 567, 589, 617;
Rains in, 229

Methods employed in Astronomical Physics, M. Wolf, 372;
Allen (Grant), Prof. Owen on Primitive Man, 31; the Shapes Amateurs and Astronomical Observation, W. F. Denning,

of Leaves, 439, 464, 492, 511, 552; F. O. Bower, 552 ; 434; Astronomical Photography, Edward C. Pickering, 556
Leaves and their Environment, 604

Athens, Dr. Schliemann's proposed Excavations at, 276
Almanac, the Churchman's, for Eight Centuries, 386

Atlantis, a Search for, with the Microscope, Dr. Arch.
Atai Exploration Expedition, 161

Geikie, F.R.S., 25
Altitude and Weather, Dr. Woeikoff, 223

Atmosphere, Pollution of the, J. J. Murphy, 241 ; H. A.
Aluminium, New Method of Producing, Morris, 183

Phillips, 127, 266
á mateurs and Astronomical Observation, W. F. Denning, 434 Atti della R. Accademia dei Lincei, 354
America : American Naturalist, 24, 189, 450 ; American Jour Auden (A. W.), " The Vampire Bat,” 411

pal of Science, 71, 450, 521; American Journal of Forestry, Auerbach, Sound-Vibrations of Solid Bodies (glass cylinders) in
89 ; Mathematics in, J. W. L. Glaisher, F.R.S., 193; Ame.

Contact with Liquid, 325
rican Researches on Water Analysis, 211; American Antiqui. Aurora Borealis : Prof. Lemström's Experiments with, 322 ;
ties, Prof. F. W. Putnam, 277 ; Ensilage in, Prof. James E. Sophos Troinholt, 394 ; in Sweden, 496
T. Rogers, Prof. J. Wrightson, 479 ; Proceedings of the Auroræ : C. L. Wragge, 54 ; Prof. Herbert McLeod, Rev. C.
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Prof. J. Taylor, Rev. S. H. Saxhy, 99; A. Batson, 99; J. Rand
T. G. Bonney, F.R.S., 501 ; Evolution of the American Trot- Capron, 149, 413; J. J. Murphy, 434 ; at Gastemünde, 374 ;

ting Horse, W. H. Brewer, 609 ; see also United States, &c. Swan Lamp Spectrum and the, J. Rand Capron, 149; Swan
Amsterdam, Earthquake at, 517

Lamp Spectrum and, J. Munro, 173 ; Aurora of November
Ar cient Scottish Lake Dwellings," by Dr. Munro, Sir John 17, Admiral Ommanney, F.R.S., Prof. Tacchini, J. R.
Labbock, M.P., F.R.S., 145

Capron, W. M. F. Petrie, H. D. Taylor, E, Pollock, J. F.
Ancient Monuments, Worthington G. Smith, 182

Cole, A. Batson, F. R. Clapham, T. W. Backhouse, Prof.
Ndernach, Discovery of Remains of Prehistoric Animals at, L. G. Carpenter, 138 to 142 ; T. W. Back house, W. M. F.
445

Petrie, Dr. H. Muirbead, 315 ; Auroræ in Sweden, 113; in
derson (Dr. J., F.R.S.), Catalogue of Mammalia in Calcutta Belgium, 160 ; Aurora and its Spectrum, Hon. R. Aber:
Museum, 172

cromby, 173; J. R. Capron, 198; the Heights of Auroras,
-emometric Observations on the Djighit, Domojiroff, 445 T. W. Backhouse, 198 ; Auroral Meteoric Phenomena of
azikal Intelligence, Dr. Fritz Müller, 240; J. G. Grenfell

, November 17, 1882, Dr. Groneman, 388; T. W. Backhouse,
292; J. Birmingham, 337 ; Dr. J. Rae, F.R.S., 366; D. 412 ; A. Batson, 412; Auroral Experiments in Finland, s.
dgeon, 366

Lemström, 389; Rowell's Experiments on Auroræ, 443

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Avalanche in Western Switzerland, 181

Botanical Garden, Saharunpur, 588
Ayrton (Prof. W. E.), Electric Railways, 255

Botanical Year Book, Pringsheim's, 502

Botany, Text Book of Morphological and Physiological, Julius
Bacillus of Tuberculo-is (Koch), Preliminary Note on the, J. Sachs, Prof. E. P. Wright, 263
W. Clark, 492 ; Watson Cheyne's Report on, 563

Botany of the Challenger Expedition, W. Botting Tlemsley, 462
Backhouse (Ths. W.), Comet 1882 b, 52, 338 ; Aurora of Bottomley (J. T.), Thomson's Mouse. Mill Dynamo, 78

November 17, 1882, 141, 315, 418; the Heights of Auroras, Boulyer (Prof. G. S.), Epping Forest, 455
198

Bowditch (Dr. H. P.), Optical Illusions of Motion, 183
Baillie-Grohman (W. A.), “ Camps in the Rockies,” 551 Bower (F. 0.), Mr. Grant Allen's Articles on “ The Shapes of
Baird's Hare and its Habits, 241; T. Martyr, 266

Leaves,” 552
Baker (B.), Sir Geo. Airy on the Forth Bridge, 222

Braces or Waistband ? 531, 553, 580
Balkan Peninsula, Earthquake in the Northern Part of, 19 Branfill (B. R.), an Extraordinary Meteor, 149
Ball (Dr. R. S.), Transit of Venus, 157; Great Tides, 201 Brassey (Sir Thomas), “ The British Navy; its Strengtb, Re-
Balloons : Centenary of the Discovery of, 277; Tissandie:'s sources, and Administration,” W. H. White, 549

Electromagnetic Engine for directing, 323; Extraordinary Brault on Isanemones, 20
Run of a small Hydrogen, 400; Electricity as a Motive Brewer, Distiller, and Wine Manufacturer, 311
Power for, Napoli, 517

Brewer (W. H.), Evolution of the American Trotting Horse,
Baltic, Seals in the, 133

609
Baluchistan, Wanderings in, Major-General Sir C. M. Mac British Association, Proposed Visit to Canada, 41, 88, 299, 39S,
Gregor, Prof. A. H. Keane, 359

538, 546, 587; Protest against Meeting in Canada, 209 ; and
Barfoot (w.), the Sea-Serpent, 338

Local Societies, 132
Barkas (T. P.), the Magnetic Storm and Auroræ, 87 ; an Extra British Birds, a History of, Part xv., Wm. Yarrell, 98
ordinary Lunar Halo, 103

British Circumpolar Expedition, Capt. Dawson, R.A., 484
Baro-manometrical Experiments, Kraevit.ch, 324

“ British Navy; its Strength, Resources, and Administration,
Barometer, on the Movements of Air in Fissures and the, Sir Thomas Brassey, W. H. White, 549
A. Strahan, 375, 461

Britten (F. J.), Watch and Clockmaker's Handbook, H. Denn
Batson (A.), Auroral “Meteoric Pben menu

12” of November 17, Gardner, 76
1882, 100, 141, 412

Brocklehurst (T. U.), “ Mexico To.day,” 503
Bavaria, Lower, Discoveries of Gold and Silver in, 399

Bronze Hatchets Discovered at Salez, 540
Baxter College in Durdee, 247

Brown (E.), the Magnetic Storm and Aurora, 86; Meteor, 508
Bear Festival among the Ainos, 19

the Zodiacal Light (?), 605
Bees, Senses of, 46

Brown (J. Campbell), Practical Chemistry, 75
Beetles, “ Die Kafer Westfalens,” F. Westhoff, 239

Brunton (Dr. T. Lauder, F.R.S.): on Inhibition (of Structura
Belgrade, Skeleton of Mammoth found at, 63

Functions) and Action of Drugs thereon, 419, 436, 467, 485;
Bellesme (Prof. J. de), on Claude Bernard, 317

Action of Calcium, &c., on Muscle, 450
Benevolence in Animal-, Oswald Fitch, 580; Geo. J. Romanes, Brussels Observatory; 445.
F.R.S., 607

Buchan (A.), Diurnal Variation of Wind on Open Sea and ne.
Ben Nevis, Meteorological Observatory on, 18, 39, 175, 399, and on Land, 413
411, 487

Buckley (Arabella), Winners in Life's Race, 51
Bennett (A. W.), Nesting Habits of the Emu, 530

Buenos Ayres, the Comet 1882 b at, 62
Berlin : Physical Society of, 95, 143, 216, 236, 284, 380, 403, Bulletin de l'Académie Royale des Sciences de Belgique, 71
476, 571, 620 ; Physiological Society of, 120, 191, 216, 355,

281, 473
379, 403, 452, 524, 595 ; Berlin Agricultural Museum, 180 Bulletin de l'Académie Imperiale des Sciences de St. Péter:
Bernard (Claude), Prof. J. de Bellesme on, 317

bourg, 94
Berson (M.), Magnetisation of Metals, 183

Bulletin de la Société d'Anthropologie de Paris, 214
Bertillon (Dr.), Death of, 444

Bulletin de la Soc. Imp. des Naturalistes de Moscou, 47, 189
Bhamo, Colquhoun's Journey to, 63

Burmah, Colquhoun's Journey to, 92
Bidwell (Shelford), "Electrical Resistance of Carbon Contact:,” “ Burman, The,” Shway Yoe, 5; Dr. E. B. Tylor, F.R.S., 6
376

Burmeister (Dr. H.), “Description Physique de la Républiq
Binary Star, $ Cancri, 424

Argentine d'après des Observations Personnelles et Etra
Binary Star, p Eridani, 589

gères," 28
Binary Stars, 518

Burton (Richard F.) and Verney Cameron, “To the Gold Coc
Biology: in Italy, 46 ; Biological Notes, 91, 230; New Lantern

for Gold,” 335
Slides for Illustrating Biology, 276; Deductive Biolov, Burton (F. M.), Sap-flow, 530
W. T. Thiselton Dyer, F.R.S., 554

Butterflies, Natural Enemies of, Henry Higgins, 338
Bird of Paradise, New Species of, 276

Butterflies of India, Burmab, and Ceylon, Marshall and Nix
Bird-track by Sea-shore, apparent, 91

ville's, H. J. Elwes, 50
Birds, a History of British, Part xv., Wm. Yarrell, 98
Birmingham (John), Transit of Venus, 1882, British Expeditions, Cacao : How to Grow and How to Cure it, D. Morris, 566
180; Intelligence in Animals, 337

Cacciatore (Prof.), Transit of Venus, 180
Birmingham Natural History and Microscopical Society, 587 Calcium, Lockyer's Dissociation Theory of, Hermann
Bischoff (Dr. T. L. W. von), Death of, 180

Vogel, 233
Blackheath, “Denehole” at, 324

Calcium, Barium, and Potassium, Action of, on Muscle, Doct
Blanford's Sheep, 415

Brunton and Cash, 450
Blasius (Dr.), Fossil Souslik in Northern Germany, 247

Calcutta : Report of the Royal Botanic Gardens, 114 ; Catalo
Blastopore, Prof. F. M. Balfour on the Existence of a, 215 of Mammalia in the Museum, Dr. Anderson, F.R.S., I
Blackman (B.), Anthropology of the Jews, 113

Proposed Exhibition in, 209
Bles (E. J.), a “Natural Experiment in Complementary Callard (T. K.), Paläolithic River Gravels, 54
Colours, 241

Cambridge : New Professorships at, 469 ; Philosophical Soci
Blomfield (Rev. L.): Ticks, 552; Helix pomatia, L., 553

62, 119, 143, 403
“ Blowing Wells,” 375

Cameron (Verney), Richard Burton and, “To the Gold C
Bobenhausen Pile Dwellings, 160

for Gold,” 335
Bohdalek (Dr.), Death of, 399

Campbell (Lewis, LL.D.), the Life of James Clerk Maxwell
Bohemia, Earthquake in, 400

Camps in the Rockies,” W. A. Baillie-Grohman, 551
Bologna, Earthquake at, 445

Canada, Proposed Visit of the British Association to, 41,
Bombay, Deaths from Snake bite in, Sir Joseph Fayrer, F.R.S., 299, 398, 538, 546, 587 ; Pro:est agai st, 209

Candolle (A. de), “ Origine des Plantes Cultivées," 429
Bonney (Prof. T. G., F.R.S.): Hornblendic and other Schists of

Cape Horn, French Mission to, 344
the Lizard District, 71 ; Proceedings of the American Asso Cape Sea Lion, 415
ciation for the Advancement of Science, 501

Capello (H.) and Ivens (R.), Central and West Africa, 392
Botanic Gardens, Calcutta, Report of the Royal, 114

Caprifig and Fig, Relations of the, W. B. Hemsley, 584

556

Capron (I. Rand): a Lunar Halo, 78; the Magnetic Storm and Clark (J. W.): Condensation of Liquid Films on Wetted Solids,

Aurora, 83; Shadows after Sunset, 102; Aurora of Novem 370 ; Preliminary Note on the Bacillus of Tuberculosi :
ber 17, 139, 149 ; Swan Lamp Spectrum and the Aurora, (Koch), 492
149, 198; the Weather, 198; Foam-balls, 531

Clerk-Maxwell on Stress, 314
Carbo-hydrates in the Animal System, Physiology of, Dr. F. W. Clouds, Magnetic Arrangement of: C. H. Romanes, 31 ; Rev.
Pavy, F.R.S., 618

W. Clement Ley, 53
Carbon Contacts, Electrical Resistance of, Shelford Biduell, 376 Coal Fire, Flames in, 183
Carboniserous Vertebrate Palæontology, Notice of some Dis Coal Gas, Lime as a Purifier of Products of Combustion of, Dr.
coveries recently made in, T. Stock, 22

Joule, F.R.S., 496
Cariamas, Flamingoes and, James Currie, 389

Coan (Rev. Titus), Death of, 398
Carlisle (Bishop of), Weather Forecasts, 4, 51

Cobbold (Dr. T. Spencer, F.R.S.): Ticks, 552 ; Simondsia
Carlsruhe, Meteor at, 540

paradoxa, 547
Carnivora, Siwalik, Richard Lydekker, 293

Cold, Unprecedented, in the Riviera-Absence of Sunspots, C.
Carpathian Club, 162

J. B. Williams, 551
Carpenter (Prof. L. G.), Aurora of November 17, 141

Cole (J. F.), Aurora of November 17, 141
Cascia, Earthquake at, 63

Colour, on the Sense of, amongst some of the Lower Animals,
Cash (Dr.), Action of Calcium, &c., on Muscle, 450

Sir John Lubbock, Bart., 618
Caspian, Changes of Level of, 541

Colours, Complementary, 78 ; J. J. Murphy, 8; C. R, Cross,
Cassell's Encyclopædic Dictionary, 423

150; at Niagara Falls, H. G. Madan, 174; "Natural ” Ex-
Cassell's Natural History, 367

periment in, E. J. Bles, 241 ; Chas. T. Whitmell, 266 ;
Cassine, Earthquake at, 299

Novel Experiment in, Jolin Gorham, 294
Cassini Division of Saturn's Ring, 374

Colquhoun (A. R.): Journey through Yunnan to Burmah, 92 ;
Cassowary, the One watıled, 153

Journey to Bhamo, 63
Cathodes, Chemical Corrosion of, Dr. Gore, F R.S., 374 Colt-foot, Early, R. McLachlan, F.R.S., 266
* Caucasus : Volcanic Eruption in the, 63; Geography of the, Comets: Schmidt's Cometary Object, 20; the Great Comet

470; Administration of Public Instruction of, 497 ; Geogra 1882 b, 4, 21, 43, 56, 80, 161, 210, 300, 349, 400, 446, 540,
phical Society of, 424; Bulletin of Society for History and 589; Major J. Herschel, Geo. M. Seabroke, Arthur Waits,
Archæology, 497

4; Spectroscopic Observations of, 24, 42 ; C. J. B. Williams,
Cecil (Henry): Comet 1882 6, 52; the Transit of Venus, 159 ; 29; W. J. Millar, 29; W. Higginson and B. Manning, 29;
Hovering of Birds, 388; Meteors, 483

seen at the Paris Ob-ervatory, 42 ; J. P. McEwen, 52; T.
Central Asia, “Travels and Adventures East of the Caspiau W. Bach house, 52, 338 ; G. M. Seabroke, 52 ; H. Cecil,

during the Years 1879-81, including Five Months Residence 52; B. J. Hopkins, 62, 78; at Buenos Ayres, 62;
among the Tekkes of Merv," Edmond O'Donovan, Prof. J. K. Rees, Prof. Chandler, 81 ; " Anomalous Tail
A. H. Keane, 359

of, Rev. T. W. Webb, 89; Major J. Herschel, 101 ;
Ceraski's Variable Star, U Cephei, 424

Commander Sampson, U.S.N., Dr. C. J: Williams,
Cesati (Baron V.), his Botanical Collection, 20

F.R.S., 108; Division of the Nucleus of the, 113; W. C.
"Ceylon, Lepidoptera of,” L. Reeve and Co., 150

Winlock, 128; Dr. Doberck, 128 ; A. Ainslie Common,
Challenger Expedition, Botany of the, W. Botting Hemsley, 150 ; F. Stapleton, 150 ; Photograph of, 180; during last
462

November and December, C. J. B. Williams, F.R.S., 198;
Cha'lmzer Reports (Zoology, ii., iii., and iv.), 73

Elements of, Vice-Admiral Rowan, Prof. E. Frisby, 226 ; J.
Challi, (Prof. James, F.R.S.), Death of, 132

P. McEwen on, 247 ; W. T. Sampson, 266 ; Dr. B. Å.
Chambery, Phylloxera in, 133

Gould, 267; E. Ristori, 314 ; Orbit of, E. Ristori, 388 ;
Chandler (Prof.), the Comet, 81

Ephemeris of, Prof. Frisby, 415; Prof. Schiaparelli on the,
Changy on Incandescent Lamps, 209

Francis Porro, 533 ; Comet 18826, 161, 248; Comets as
Channel, Mountainous Seas in Calm Weather, 540

Portents in China, 229; Figure of the Nucleus of Comet of
Channel Tunnel, Prof. W. Boyd Dawkins, F.R.S., 338

1882 (Gould), Prof. Holden, 246 ; D'Arrest's Comet, 324,
''Baranne (Dr. J.), Afrika's Ströme und Flüsse,” 447

567, 589, 618; Repo. ted Discovery of a Comet, 324 ;
Chemistry: the Chemical Society, 47, 118, 191, 234, 306, 402, Denning's Comet, 348 ; Comet of 1771, 374 ; Comet 1883 a,
i! 426, 522, 570, 595 ; Recent Chemical Synthesis, 49; Prac 445, 517; Comet of 1812, 498
1. tical Chemistry, J. Campbell Brown, 75'; Elementary Che Common (A. Ainslie), the Comet, 150

mical Arithmetic, Sidney Lupton, 76 ; Principles of Che Complementary Colours, 78; J. J. Murphy, 8; C. R. Cross,
Tri-try, Prof. Mendeléeff, 113; Chemical Notes, 301 ; 150 ; at Niagara Falls, H. G. Madan, 174 ; a "Natural
Electrolytic Balance of Chemical Corrosion, Dr. Gore, Experiment in, E. J. Bles, 241 ; Chas. T. Whitmell, 26€ :
F.R.S., 326; Properties (Physical and Chemical) of Simple Novel Experiment in, John Gorham, 294
and Compound Bodies, De Heen, 422; Chemistry of the Condensation of Liquid Films on Wetted Solids, J. W. Clark,
Flanté and Faure Accumulators, Dr. J. H. Gladstone, F.R.S., 370
and Dr. A. Tribe, F.R.S., 583

Congo (Upper), Departure of Belgian Expedition for, 182
Chetreul (M.): nominated President of the French Société Coniferæ, Female Flowers in, 231

Nationale d'Agriculture, 277; his long Scientific Career, 422 Conte (Dr. Le), on Darwinism, 275
i hecne (Watson), the Bacillus of Tubercle, 563

Cooke (Conrad), &c., “ Electric Illumination," 264
Pia : Foreign Education in, 90; Chinese Definition of Death, “Cookery, the Rudiments of," A. C. M., 323
120; the Electric Light in, 209; R. K. Douglas on, 221 ; Cooley (W. Desborough), Death of, 469
Comets as Portents in, 229; "Chinarinden in Pharmakognos: Copernicus, Darwin and, Prof. E. du Bois Reymond, 557
tischer Hinsicht dargestellt, Die,” F. A. Flückiger, 287; Coral-earing Habits of Holothurians, Surgeon.Majur H. B.
Saeatific Heresies in, 342; Chinese Educational Mission, Guppy, 7; Saville Kent, 433 ; J. G. Grenfell, 508
566; Miss Dr. Howard's Success in, 567; Lead Ore dis Cordiner (R.), Age of Dogs, 79
covered in, 588 ; Telegraph Extension in, 588 ; Wa-te l'aper Corona, Photographing the, Dr. W. Huggins, F.R.S., 199
1a, 588; Coroners' Science in, Robert K. Douglas, 612 Coroners' Science in China, Robert K. Douglas, 612
12orophyll Corpuscles of Hydra, Prof. E. Ray Lankester, Corpuscles, Red Blood, Prof. Quincke on, 355
F.R.S., 87

Cosmical Dust collected by M. Marx, Prof. Len2, 422
Christie (W. H. M., F.R.S.), the Magnetic Storm and Aurora, Cothenius Medal, 540

Cowan (Mr. 1.), Explorations in Madagascar, 372
C-cbona Culture, Handbook of, Karel Wessel van Gorkom, Crombie (J. M.), Function of Membrana Flaccida of Tympanic

Membrane, 129
de Medioscribed, 607

Cross (C. R.), Complementary Colours, 150
6:02 polar Expedition: Notes from Capt. Dawson's Letters, Crystal Palace Electricity and Gas Exhibition, 180
193, 242, 484 ; Dr. Rae, F.R.S., on, 508

Cryptogamic Flora of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, Niary
- Service Examinations, Natural Science in, 321

P. Merrifield, 385
ham (F. R.), Aurora of November 17, 141

Cryptophycex, a New Genus of, 230
(2k |. E.), the Magnetic Storm and Aurora, 84

Cumming (Miss Gordon), "Fire Fountains," 525
Die iC. B.), Equal Temperament of the Scale, 240

Cunningham (David), Hovering of Birds, 336

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