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Hydrogenation of the Ketoximes, a Synthesis of New
Amines, A. Mailhe, 288; New Preparation of Rubidium
and Cæsium, L. Hackspill, 288; Molecular Transform-
ations of Hydrated Ferric Sulphate, A. Recoura, 288;
the Gradual Dissociation of Mellitic Acid, A. Quartaroli,
302; Explosions of Mixtures of Coal-gas and Air in a
Closed Vessel, L. Bairstow and A. D. Alexander, 311;
Action of Ethylamine and Isobutylamine on Casium, E.
Rengade, 312; der Naturwissenschalftliche Unterricht
bei uns und im Auslande, Dr. Karl T. Fischer, 333:
Wie sind die physikalischen Schülerübungen praktisch
zu gestalten? Oberlehrer Hahn, 333; Influence of Water
Vapour on the Reduction of Carbon Dioxide by Carbon,
O. Boudouard, 336; Sub-iodide of Phosphorus and its
Part in Allotropic Transformation of Phosphorus, R.
Boulouch, 336; Action of Sodium Sulphite upon Ethanal,
MM. Seyewetz and Bardin, 336; Gentiine, George
Tanret, 336; Chemical Equilibrium of the System:
Ammonia Gas, Isoamylamine Chlorhydrate, Félix Bidet,
336; Catalytic Decomposition of Monochlor-derivatives
of Methane Hydrocarbons in Contact with Anhydrous
Metallic Chlorides, Paul Sabatier and A. Mailhe, 336;
Duty-free Alcohol, Dr. F. Mollwo Perkin, 344; Connec-
tion between Atomic Weight of a Substance and the
Amount of Secondary Radiation which it Emits when
Subjected to the B and y Rays of Radium, Prof. A.

Righi, 350; Researches on Explosives, Sir Andrew

Noble, Bart., K.C.B., F.R.S., 358; a Secondary Reaction
of the Halogen Organo-magnesium Compounds, Paul
Sabatier and A. Mailhe, 359; Conversations on Chem-
istry, W. Ostwald, 364; Thermochemistry of the Hydr-
azones, Ph. Landrieu, 392; Sterigmatocystis nigra and
Oxalic Acid, P. G. Charpentier, 392, 480; Gases Pro-
duced by Actinium, A. Debierne, 424; Production of
Heavy Liquids with the Alkaline Iodo-mercurates, M.
Duboin, 424; Atlas of Emission Spectra of Most of the
Elements, Drs. Hagenback and Konen, 426; Recent
Advances in the Chemistry of Albumin, Emil Abder-
halden, 437; Sal-ammoniac, a Study in Primitive Chem-
istry, H. E. Stapleton, 452; Cause of Accumulation of
Starch in Bruised Apples, G. Warcollier, 452; die Bedeut-
ung des Experimentes für den Unterricht in der Chemie,
Dr. Max Wehner, 455; a New Formation of Diamond,
Sir William Crookes, F.R.S., 527; Physical Units of
Albuminoid Material and on the Part Played by Lime in
its Coagulation, G. Malfitano, 528; the Calcium Carbide
Industry in France, 541; Apparatus for Generation and
Automatic Compression of Oxygen, Prof. d'Arsonval,
541; van 't Hoff's Hypothesis of Osmotic Pressure of
Solutions, Prof. A. Battelli and A. Stefanini, 541; the
Isolation of Terbium, G. Urbain, 552; Theoretical
Chemistry, Prof. Walther Nernst, 555; a Text-book of
Chemical Arithmetic, Horace L. Wells, 556; the Physics
and Chemistry of Mining, T. H. Byrom, 557; a System-
atic Course of Practical Organic Chemistry, Lionel Guy
Radcliffe and Frank Sturdy Sinnatt, 579; Isostrychnine,
A. Bacovesco, 600; Index Phytochemicus, Drs. J. C.
Ritsema and J. Sack, 603; Derivatives of Cyclohexane,
P. Freundler and E. Damond, 624: Sambunigrin, Em.
Bourquelot and Em. Danjou, 624; Report of the Prin-
cipal Chemist upon the Work of the Government Labor-
atory for the Year Ending March 31, 1903, 634; the
Absolute Desiccation of Vegetable Products, L. Maquenne,
648; Halogen Compounds of Dinaphthopyryl with Metals
and Metalloids, R. Fosse and L. Lesage, 648; Develop-
ment of Amylase during the Germination of Seeds, Jean
Effront, 648; the Synthetic Dyestuffs and the Inter-
mediate Products from which they are Derived, J. C.
Cain and J. F. Thorpe, Walter M. Gardner, Supp. to
October 19, vii

Chester (Rear-Admiral), Standard Time in Various Coun-
tries, 256

Chick (Dr. Harriette), a Study of the Process of Nitrifi-
cation with Reference to the Purification of Sewage, 117
Chrétien (Paul), Combinations of Ferrocyanides
Sulphuric Acid, 264


Christophers (Lieut.), Parasites of Indian Field Rat, 515
Chromospheric Spectrum, the Ultra-violet, H. Deslandres,

Chronology: Utilisation of the Telephone System for the

duction of a Standard Time on the Railways of India,
181; New Sundial that Tells Standard Time, Prof.
Albert Crehore, Sir W. H. Preece, K.C.B., F.R.S., 209
Chrysler (M. A.), Regeneration in Zamia, 65
Circumzenithal Apparatus, MM. Nušl and Frič, 230
Citizen, the, a Study of the Individual and the Govern-
ment, Nathaniel Southgate Shaler, 578

Clarke (C. B., F.R.S.), Fictitious Problems in Mathe-
matics, 102

Clarke (H. Herbert), Report on the Sanitation and Anti-
malarial Measures in Practice in Bathurst, Conakry, and
Freetown, 67

Clay (Charles M.), Examples in Algebra, 393

Clays and Clay Industries of Iowa, S. W. Beyer, G. W.
Bissell, I. A. Williams, J. B. Weems, and A. Marston,

Clays and Clay Industries of New Jersey, H. Ries and
H. B. Kümmel, 388

Clayton (John), the Cowthorpe Oak, 43
Cleavage, Experiments on Schistosity and Slaty, George
F. Becker, 20; Alfred Harker, 152
Cleavage of Slates, the, Rev. O. Fisher, 55
Cleve (Prof. P. T.), Death of, 226

Cliffs near Cromer, Chalk Masses in the, Prof. T. G.
Bonney, F.R.S., 8

Clinical and Pathological Observations on Acute Abdominal
Diseases, E. M. Corner, 122

Clock and Chronometer by Thomas Mudge, A. Mallock,
F.R.S., 91

Clowes (Dr.), the Immunisation of Mice against Cancer,


Coal Digest of the Evidence given before the Royal
Commission on Coal Supplies (1901-1905), 395
Coalfields, the North Staffordshire, Memoirs of the Geo-
logical Survey of England and Wales, W. Gibson, G.
Barrow, C. B. Wedd, and J. Ward, H. W. Hughes, 612
Coal-tar Colour Industry, Organic Preparations and the,
J. C. Cain and J. F. Thorpe, Walter M. Gardner,
Supp. to October 19, vii

Cockayne (Dr. L.), Vegetation of Open Bay Islands, New
Zealand, 540; Thorns merely Xerophytic Structures, 565
Cockerell (Prof. T. D. A.), the British Slugs, 245; the
Spread of Injurious Insects, 397

Cogshall (Prof. W. A.), Double Star Observations, 135*
Cohen (J. B.), Action of Chlorine on Boiling Toluene, 230
Colajanni (Prof. N.), Latins et Anglo-Saxons, Races
supérieures et Races inférieures, 533

Cole (Prof. Grenville A. J.), Growth of Crystals in the
Contact-zone of Granite and Amphibolite, 23; an Intro-
duction to the Geology of Cape Colony, 35: Glacial
Studies in Canada, Dr. William H. Sherzer, 310; Ex-
plorations in Turkestan, with an Account of the Basin
of Eastern Persia and Sistan, Raphael Pumpelly, R. W.
Pumpelly, Prof. W. M. Davis, and Ellsworth Hunt-
ington, 366

College of Applied Science, the Proposed, 250
Collet (Dr. Leon W.), les Concrétions phosphatées de
l'Agulhas Bank (Cape of Good Hope), 286-7
Collie (Prof. J. N., F.R.S.), Synthesis by Means of the
Silent Electric Discharge, 238; the Ultra-violet Absorp-
tion Spectra of Aromatic Compounds, part i., Benzene
and Certain Monosubstituted Derivatives, 239; the
Absorption Spectrum of Benzene in the Ultra-violet
Region, 630

Collier (Dr.), the Treatment of Sleeplessness, 331
Collier (P.), Riding and Driving, 197
Collieries, Outbursts of Gas and Coal at the Morrissey,
British Columbia, James Ashworth, 131
Collinge (Walter E.), Report on the Injurious Insects and
other Animals observed in the Midland Counties during
1904, 340

Collins (F. Howard), Author and Printer, an Attempt to
Codify the Best Typographical Practices of the Present
Day, 100

Coloration in Polistes, Wilhelmine M. Enteman, 19
Coloration, Protective, of the Inside of the Mouth in
Nestling Birds, W. Ruskin Butterfield, 534

Colour, Luminosity and, Dr. F. W. Edridge-Green, 222
Colour Phenomena, an Introduction to the Study of, Joseph
W. Lovibond, 603

logical Investigations, 167; Action of Radium Bromide
on the Electromotive Phenomena of the Eyeball of the
Frog, 287

Comets: the Alleged Identity of Comets "Brooks 1889
and Lexell, Dr. Charles L. Poor, 19; Ephemeris for
Comet 1905a, M. Ebell, 43; Orbit of, Miss Lamson, 66;
Elliptical Elements for the Orbit of Comet 1905a, Prof.
Banachiewicz, 207; A. Wedermayer, 207; Comets
1005 i (1904e) and 1904 i, Dr. Strömgren, 43; Herr
Nijland and Herr van d. Bilt, 43: Comet 1904 ii
(1904 4), M. Ebell, 89; the Motion of the Tail of
Borrelly's Comet (1903 iv), Prof. Jaegermann, 135;
Elements of Comet 1886 viii, E. Fagerholm, 567
Cencimi, Mangimi, Sementi, &c., Commercie, frodi, e
repressione delle frodi, Specialmente in Italia, Italo
Giglioli, 324

Conference at Innsbrück, International Meteorological,
510, 562

Congresses: an Optical Congress and Exhibition, 112; the
Fourth International Ornithological Congress, 177; the
Botanical Congress at Vienna, Dr. A. B. Rendle, 272;
Congress of the Royal Institute of Public Health, 306;
First International Congress of Anatomists, 400; the
International Congress on Tuberculosis, 581; Inter-
national Congress on Radiology and Ionisation, 611
Consolidation of the Earth, Current Theories of the, Dr.
T. J. J. See, 30; Rev. A. Irving, 79
Constant of Aberration, the, Prof. Doolittle, 592
Consterdine (A.), the Rudiments of Practical Mathematics,

Contremoulins (G.), Apparatus for Measuring X-Rays,

(nway (R. S.), the "Aryanism" of the Minoans, 560
Cooke (W. Ernest), Islands for Weather Forecasting Pur-

peses, 343

Cooper (W. R.), Cause and Prevention of Dust from
Automobiles, 485, 507

Cocper-Key (Major A.), a Primer on Explosives, 507
Copper Foil, Oligodynamical Action of, on Certain Intes-
tinal Organisms, Mr. Kraemer, 462

Corals: the Coral Siderastraea radians and its Post-larval
Development, Dr. J. E. Duerden, 185

Corner (E. M.), Clinical and Pathological Observations on
Acute Abdominal Diseases, 122; the Surgery of the
Diseases of the Appendix Vermiformis and their Com-
plications, 122

Corona, Dutch Observations of the, Prof. Julius, 303
Corona Borealis, the Orbit of, Mr. Doberck, 424
Corstorphine (Dr. G. S.), the Large Diamond found in
the Premier Mine, Transvaal, 41; the Geology of South
Africa, 346

Cosentini (François), la Sociologie génétique, 482
Cosmic Dust of Solar Origin, Prof. Schaeberle, 424
Cosmical Evolution, J. H. Jeans, 591

Cothen, the Naumann Festival at, Prof. Alfred Newton,
F.R.S., 36

Cotton (A.), Magnetic Double Refraction, New Active
Liquids, 392

Coulter (Dr. J. M.), Regeneration in Zamia, 65; Interest-
ing Taxonomic Characters of the Gymnospermous Genus
Torreya, 133

Couréménos (A.), Cyanocampho-acetic, Cyanocampho-a-
proprionic, Cyanocampho-a-butyric Acids and

Derivatives, 143

Courtot (A.), the Acid y-Aldehydes, 264


Cowen (Richard J.), X-Rays, their Employment in Cancer
and other Diseases, 395

Cowper-Coles (Sherard), Rapid Electro-deposition
Copper, 359


Cowthorpe Oak, the 43, 182; John Clayton, 43
Cracknell (A. G.), a Preparatory Course in Geometry, 150
Craniology: History of a White Rhinoceros Skull, Prof.
Henry Fairfield Osborn, 127; Dr. C. Stewart, F.R.S.,

Crehore (Prof. Albert), New Sundial that Tells Standard
Time, 200

Creighton (Dr. Charles), Plague in India, 86

Critical Temperature and Pressure of Living Substances,
the, Dr. F. J. Allen, 7

Croghan (E. H.), Fuel Ashes as Manure in the Midland
Districts of South Africa, 643

Cromer, Chalk Masses in the Cliffs near, Prof. T. G.
Bonney, F.R.S., 8

Cromlech, an Inverted Slab in a, Edward Greenly, 152
Crommelin (Mr.), Provisional Elements for Jupiter's Sixth
Satellite, 66

Crookes (Sir William, F.R.S.), Action of Light and of
Radium upon Glass, 90; a New Formation of Diamond,
527; Diamonds, 593

Crosland (P. F.), Action of Chlorine on Boiling Toluene,

Crossley (Mr.), Large Gas-engines, 213

Crowell (H. C.), Water Jet Method of applying the Power
carried by High-pressure Water, the Doble Needle
Regulating Nozzle, 42

Crystallography: Mechanical Properties of Iron in Isolated
Crystals, F. Osmond and Ch. Frémont, 392; the
Crystallisation of Iron and Steel, an Introduction to the
Study of Metallography, Dr. J. W. Mellor, A.
McWilliam, 532.

Cubic and Quartic Equations, Graphical Solution of, H.
Ivah Thomsen, 295


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Cubic Surfaces, on the Class of, A. B. Basset, F.R.S., 484
Cuboni (Prof.), Brusca a Disease of the Olive, 276
Cunningham (Lieut.-Colonel A.), High Pellian Factor-
isation, 95

Cunningham (Prof. D. J.), Cape Hunting Dogs in the
Gardens of the Zoological Society of Ireland, 287
Currelly (Mr.), Excavations at Palafkastro, 559
Currents at the Entrance of the Bay of Fundy and
Southern Nova Scotia, Report on the, for the Year 1904,
Bell Dawson, 205

Cuthbertson (C.), Refractive Index of Gaseous Fluorine,

Cynipides d'Europe et d'Algérie, Monographie des, l'Abbé
J. J. Kieffer, 455

Czaki (Prof. Friedrich), Biochemie der Pflanzen, 169

d. Bilt (J. van), Comet 1904 I, 43; Observations of
Jupiter's Satellites, 567

Dakin (H. D.), Physiological Activity of Substances In-
directly Related to Adrenalin, 551; Synthesis of a Sub-
stance Allied to Adrenalin, 575

Dale (Elizabeth), Investigations on Intumescences, with
Observations on Nuclear Divisions in Pathological
Tissues, 22

Dall (W. H.), Relation of the Miocene of Maryland to that
of other Regions and to the Recent Fauna, 162
Damond (E.), Derivatives of Cyclohexane, 624
Dampfturbinen, Bau der, Prof. A. Musil, 219
Danjou (Em.), Hydrocyanic Glucoside in the Leaves of the
Elder, 264; Sambunigrin, 624

Darányi (Dr. Ignatius), the State and Agriculture in
Hungary, 291

Darboux (Gaston), Étude sur le Developpement des

Méthodes géometriques, 313

Darby (J. H.), Recent Developments in the Bertrand-
Thiel Process of Steel Manufacture, 68

Dark Hemisphere of Venus, Visibility of the, M. Hansky,
Darwin (Prof. G. H., M.A., LL.D., Ph.D., F.R.S.), In-
augural Address at the Meeting of the British Association
in South Africa, part i., 368; part ii., 439

Das (Sarat Chandra), a Tibetan-English Dictionary with
Sanskrit Synonyms, Supp. to October 19, iii
Davey (Henry), Efficiency of the Steam Jacket, 213
Davis (F.), the Sleep of Fishes, 133

Davis (Prof. W. M.), Explorations in Turkestan, with an
Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia and Sistan, 366
Davis (Messrs. and Son), a New Slide Rule, 45, 102
Dawkins (Mr.), Excavations at Palaíkastro, 559; Notes
from Karpathos, 560

Dawson (Bell), Report on the Currents at the Entrance of
the Bay of Fundy and Southern Nova Scotia for the
Year 1904, 205

Dawson (H. M.), Action of Chlorine on Boiling Toluene,

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Dean (Dr. George), Inquiry into the Nature of the Sub-
stance in Serum which Influences Phagocytosis, 551
Debierne (A.), Gases Produced by Actinium, 424
Dejust (Henri), Action of Carbon Monoxide upon Silver
Oxide, 71

Delage (Yves), Experimental Parthenogenesis in Asterias,


Demeny (Prof. Georges), Mécanisme et Éducation des
Mouvements, Supp. to October 19, v

Deniker (Dr.), les Six Races composant la Population
actuelle de l'Europe, 464

Denis (Prof.), Results obtained by Treatment in Tubercu-
losis, 583

Denning (Dr. A. D.), a Simple Method of Determining the
Radiation Constant, 118

Denning (W. F.), Winter Fireballs in 1905, 66; Determin-
ation of Meteor Radiants, 158; Telescopic Work for
Observers of Planets, 208; the Planet Uranus, 244; the
Planet Mars, 388; Observations of Planets, 436; Real
Paths of Lyrid Meteors, 465

Derbyshire, Highways and Byways in, J. B. Firth, 100
Derrien (E.), a Combination of Methæmoglobin containing
Fluorine, 47

Desfontaines (M.), Increase of the Rotatory Power of Fatty
Molecules in Passing to the State of Cyclic Compounds,

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Deslandres (M.), Further Results obtained by French
Eclipse Expedition, 567

Vorträge über, gehalten an der
Universität zu Freiburg im Breisgau, Prof. August
Weismann, 200

Determination of Meteor Radiants, M. Eginitis, 303; Prof.
Nijland, 303

Dewar (Sir James), on the Thermo-electric Junction as a
Means of Determining the Lowest Temperatures, and on
Liquid Hydrogen and Air Calorimeters, Papers read at
Royal Society, 352

Dexter (Dr. E. G.), Weather Influences: an Empirical
Study of the Mental and Physiological Effects of Definite
Meteorological Conditions, 147

Diamond, a New Formation of, Sir William Crookes,
F.R.S., 527

Diamonds, Sir William Crookes, F.R.S., 593
Diamonds, Artificial, Dr. C. V. Burton, 397
Dickerson (Mary C.), Moths and Butterflies, 76
Differential and Integral Calculus, Elements of the,
William Anthony Granville, Prof. George M. Minchin,
F.R.S., 26; D. F. Campbell, 126

Digby (Miss L.), Cytology of Apogamy and Apospory, 623
Dillner (G.), Magnetic and Electric Properties of Sheet
Steel and Steel Castings, 69

Dinesmann (Adolphe), Condensation

of Chloral with

Aromatic Hydrocarbons under the Influence of
Aluminium Chloride, 312
Diplodocus Skeleton, the New, 82

Diptera or Two-winged Flies, a Catalogue of North
American, J. M. Aldrich, 317

Diseases: Diseases of Forest Trees, 163; the Treatment
of Diseases of the Eye, Dr. Victor Hanke, 292; the
Advance in our Knowledge of the Causation and Methods
of Prevention of Stock Diseases in South Africa during
the Last Ten Years, Opening Address in Section I at
the Meeting of the British Association in South Africa,
Colonel D. Bruce, M.B., F.R.S., C.B., 496
Dixon (Prof. H. B., F.R.S.), Atomic Weight of Chlorine,
165; Researches on the Propagation of Explosions in
Gases, 642; the Atomic Weight of Chlorine, 642
Dixon (Prof. H. H.), Supply of Water to Leaves on a
Dead Branch, 288; Toxic Effect of Heat on Stems, 435
Doberck (Mr.), the Orbit of y Corona Borealis, 424
Doflein (Dr. F.), Ants, the Habits of E. smaragdina, 422
Dole (Robert), Observations of Perseids, 279
Donitch (M. N.), Interpretation of Spectroheliograph Pic
tures, 495

Donner (Prof.), Proper Motions of the Hyades, 436
Doolittle (Prof.), a Lost Double Star, 567; the Constant

Double Star Observations, J. A. Miller and Prof. W. A.
Cogshall, 135

Double Star, a Lost, Prof. Doolittle, 567

Double Stars, Catalogue of New, Prof. Hussey, 90

Douglas (J. W.), the Plague of Flies, Dilophus febrilis, at
Cardiff Docks, 87

Douglas (J. W.), Death of, 461

Dourlen (Jacques), Acidity of some Ethyl Alcohols of Com-
merce, 143

Downing (Dr. A. M. W., F.R.S.), Perturbation of the
Bielid Meteors, 189; Eclipse Predictions, 629
Drawing, Machine Construction and, Frank Castle, 533
Drawings of Celestial Phenomena, Ancient, Dr. W.
Lehmann, 19

Drawings for Sowerby's "English Botany," Notes on the,
F. N. A. Garry, 556

Driving, Riding and, E. L. Anderson and P. Collier, 197
Dublin Royal Irish Academy, 23, 240, 359
Dublin Royal Society, 142, 167, 288

Duboin (M.), Production of Heavy Liquids with the
Alkaline Iodomercurates, 424

Duchemin (René), Acidity of some Ethyl Alcohols of Com-

merce, 143

Duclaux (J.), Conductivity of Colloidal Solutions, 143
Dudeney (H. E.), a New Problem on Superposition, 92
Duerden (Dr. J. E.), the Coral Siderastraca radians and
its Post-larval Development, 185; Morphology of the
Madreporaria, the Fossula" of the Extinct Rugose
Corals, 515

Dufaux (H. and A.),

de Saussure, 329

Hélicoptère Aéroplane" of, René

Duhem (P.), Origin of the Principles of Virtual Displace-
ments, 576

Dumas (L.), Reversible and Irreversible Transformations
of Nickel Steel, 573

Dunbar (Charles Franklin), Economic Essays by, 52
Duncan (Robert Kennedy), the New Knowledge, 241
Dunkerley (Prof. S.), Mechanism, 4

Dunn (E. J.), the Mount Morgan Gold Mine, Queensland,

Dunstan (Prof. Wyndham R., F.R.S.), Pharmacology of
Indaconitine and Bikhaconitine, 551

Duparc (Prof. Louis), Eruptive Rocks of the Chain of
Tilai-Kanjakowsky-Cérébriansky, Perm, 18
Duparc (L.), Gladkaïte, 192

Dust, Cause and Prevention of, from Automobiles, W. R.
Cooper, 485, 507; J. Vincent Elsden, 507

Dutch Observations of the Corona, Prof. Julius, 303
Dutton (Everett), Human Tick Fever, 332

Dutton (Dr. J. E.), Death of, 15; Obituary Notice of,

Duty-free Alcohol, Dr. F. Mollwo Perkin, 344
Dyestuffs, the Synthetic, and the Intermediate Products
from which they are derived, J. C. Cain and J. F.
Thorpe, Walter M. Gardner, Supp. to October 19, vii
Dynamics: the Dynamical Theory of Gases and of Radi-
ation, Lord Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S., 54; J. H. Jeans,


Earth, Current Theories of the Consolidation of the, Dr.
T. J. J. See, 30; Rev. A. Irving, 79
Earth, the Face of the (Das Antlitz der Erde), Prof.
Eduard Suess, 193

Earth Sculpture, the Agents of, Thomas C. Chamberlin
and Rollin D. Salisbury, 289

Earth's Interior, the Rigidity of the, Rev. A. Irving, 8
Earthquakes Earthquake Shocks in Italy, 16, 514; Earth-
quake of April 29, M. Mascart, 47: Earthquakes in the
Vale of Llangollen, in the Rhone Valley, 16; Earth-
quake in Switzerland, Prof. F. A. Forel, 16, 63; at
Chamonix, 384; at Bandar Abbas, 38; in Montenegro,
131; at Bombay, 229; in Siberia, 298; in Scotland, 298,
537 at Macao, at Hong Kong, 384; the Kangra Earth-
quake of April 4, 1905, T. H. Holland, F.R.S., 428;
Earthquake at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A..
461; at Calabria, 491; at Lundby, 563: Earthquake and
Volcanic Eruption at Samoa, 563; Earthquake at Monte-
leone, 608; Earthquakes at Constantinople, at Batum, at
Kutais, and at Sukhum-Kaleh, 636

December 14, 1905.

Ebell (M), Ephemeris for Comet 1905a, 43; Comet 1904 ii
Tru044), 89

Ebert (W), Determination of Constant of Aberration by
Observation of Three Stars close to the Pole, 239
Eclipses: Memoria sobre el Eclipse Total de sol del dia
30 de Agosto de 1905, D. Antonio Tarazona,, 77; Pro-
posed Magnetic and Allied Observations during the Total
Solar Eclipse on August 30, Dr. L. A. Bauer, 342; the
Forthcoming Total Solar Eclipse, Dr. William J. S.
Lockyer, 309; the Total Solar Eclipse, August 30, Dr.
William J. S. Lockyer, 457; the Solar Physics Observ-
atory Eclipse Expedition, Dr. William J. S. Lockyer,
508; Observations of the Total Solar Eclipse in Tripoli,
Barbary, Prof. David Todd, 484; French Observations
of the Total Solar Eclipse, Prof. Janssen, 518; M.
Bigourdan, 518; M. Stephan and M. Trépied, 518; M.
Bourget, 518; M. Nordmann, 518; M. Salet, 518;
M. Moye, 518; Further Results obtained by French
Eclipse Expeditions, MM. Deslandres and Andoyer, 567 :
Further Eclipse Results by French Observers, M. Salet,
501: M. Bigourdan's Eclipse Results, 610; Further
Results of the French Eclipse Expeditions, Prof. Janssen,
go: E. Stephan, 640; Geodetic Measurements from Solar
Eclipses, C. E. Stromeyer, 230; Proposed Observation
of Mercury during the Solar Eclipse, Dr. G. Johnstone
Stoney, F.R.S., 244; Eclipse Shadow Bands, A.
Lawrence Rotch, 307; Eclipse Predictions, J. Y.
Buchanan, F.R.S., 603; Dr. A. M. W. Downing, F.R.S.,
629; Eclipse Phenomena, Sir Oliver Lodge, F.R.S.,


Economic Essays by Charles Franklin Dunbar, 52
Edgar (E. C.), Atomic Weight of Chlorine, 165
Edinburgh Royal Society, 143, 167, 191, 286, 391
Edridge-Green (Dr. F. W.), Luminosity and Colour, 222
Education: the State and Higher Education, 58; Death
of M. Fernet, 62; Higher Education in London, Sir
Arthur Rücker, F.R.S., 69; Lord Londonderry, 70;
School Teaching and School Reform, Sir Oliver Lodge,
195: the Empire and University Life, 217; Gunga-
runga, 319; Education in Belgium and Holland, F. H.
Perry-Coste, 221; the Needs of Our Oldest University,
251; Preliminary Report of the Departmental Committee
on the Royal College of Science and Royal School of
Mines, 232; the Academic Side of Technical Training,
Dr. Alex. B. W. Kennedy, F.R.S., 256; Entrance Ex-
amination to the Indian Forest Service, 274: Death of
Alexander Bell, 347; Death of Rev. Dr. J. Keith, 384:
Colony of Natal Report of the Technical Education Com-
mission, 460; Science Teaching in Elementary Schools,
512: Physical Laboratories in Germany, Prof. G. W.
Küchler's Report to Director-General of Education in
India, 605; Connection between Scientific Training and
Industrial Development, W. Burton, 608; Mécanisme et
Education des Mouvements, Prof. Georges Demeny,
Supp. to October 19, v

Edwards (R. W. R.), Radial Area-scale, 150
Effront (Jean), Development of Amylase during the
Germination of Seeds, 648

Fggar (Mrs. Henry Cooper), an Indian Garden, 125
Eggar (W. D.), Mechanics, a School Course, 601
Eginitis (M.), Determination of Meteor Radiants, 303
Egypt: Summary of the Dimensions of the Nile and its
Basin, Captain H. G. Lyons, 349: the Relations of the
Eocene and Cretaceous Rocks in the Esna-Aswan Reach
of the Nile Valley, H. J. L. Beadnell, 263; the Topo-
graphy and Geology of the Fayum Province of Egypt,
H. J. L. Beadnell, 535

Egyptology: Results obtained in Egypt by Prof. Flinders
Petrie, 228

Eichelberger (Prof.), New Refraction Tables, 110
Eldridge (George H.), Death of, 275

Electricity Practical Methods of Electrochemistry, F.
Mollwo Perkin, 5: the High-frequency Electrical Treat-
ment, Rev. F. J. Jervis-Smith, F.R.S., 7; Messrs.
Isenthal and Co.'s Installation for the Production of
High-tension Electricity, 18; Variations of Lustre given
by a Crookes's Tube, S. Turchini, 23; the
Voltameter," A. G. Betts and E. F. Kern, 42; Electrical
Charge of the Sun, Prof. Svante Arrhenius, 43: Magnetic
and Electrical Properties of Sheet Steel and Steel Cast-
ings, G. Dillner and A. F. Enström, 69; Electrolytic


Reduction of the Nitrocinnamic Acids, C. Marie, 71;
Second Stage Magnetism and Electricity, Dr. R. Wallace
Stewart, 77; Use of Electric Valves for the Production
of High-tension Continuous Current, Sir Oliver Lodge,
90; Oscillation Valve for Rectifying Electrical Oscilla-
tions, Prof. J. A. Fleming, F.R.S., 91; (1) Resonance
Induction Coil and High Potential Apparatus, (2) Re-
sonance Electromagnet, Messrs. Isenthal and Co., 91;
New Models of Laboratory Electric Furnaces, R. S.
Hutton, 91; Atmospheric Electricity observed from
Balloons, George C. Simpson, 92; Normal Electrical
Phenomena of the Atmosphere, G. C. Simpson, 216;
Observations of the Electric Conditions of the Atmo-
sphere during the Recent Solar Eclipse, Prof. F. Elster
and Prof. H. Geitel and F. Harms, 490; Continuous
Observations of the Rate of Dissipation of Electric
Charges in the Open Air, Dr. C. Coleridge Farr, 94:
New Type of Electric Furnace with a Re-determination
of the Melting Point of Platinum, Dr. J. A. Harker, 94;
Effects of Foucault Currents and the Hysteresis of Iron
on Oscillatory Sparks, G. A. Hemsalech, 95; Maxwell's
Theory and Wireless Telegraphy, H. Poincaré and F. K.
Vreeland, Maurice Solomon, 99; Experiments with the
De Forest Wireless Telegraphy in Moving Trains, 228:
Experiments with Different Methods of Earth Connection
for Wireless Telegraphic Installations, Lieut. Evans,
492; Alternating Currents, A. Russell, Maurice Solomon,
99; What Do We Know Concerning Electricity? Antonia
Zimmern, Maurice Solomon, 99; Modern Electricity,
J. Henry and K. J. Hora, Maurice Solomon, 99: Modern
Electric Practice, Maurice Solomon, 99; Electricity
Control a Treatise on Electric Switch-gear Systems of
Electric Transmission, Leonard Andrews, Maurice
Solomon, 99; Electrical Phenomena: Shoals of Dead
Fish thrown up at Karachi, 106; Application to Electro-
lytes of the Hydrate Theory of Solutions, Dr. T. Martin
Lowry, 142; a Null Method of Measuring Small Ionisa-
tions, N. R. Campbell, 142; Striation of the Positive
Column in Electric Discharges, Prof. Thomson, 142;
the Calculation of the Coefficient of Re-combination of
the Ions and the Size of the Ions, Prof. Thomson, 142;
Electrolytic Production of very Fine Wires, Henri
Abraham, 143; Conductivity of Colloidal Solutions, J.
Duclaux, 143; the Insulation of Electric Machines,
H. W. Turner and H. M. Hobart, Prof. Ernest Wilson,
149; Mathematische Einführung in die Elektronentheorie,
Dr. A. H. Bucherer, Dr. Harold A. Wilson, 170; Ex-
perimentelle Elektrizitätslehre, Dr. H. Starke, Dr.
Harold A. Wilson, 170; Leitfaden der Physik für die
oberen Klassen der Realanstalten, Dr. F. Bremer, Dr.
Harold A. Wilson, 170; Electric Discharges, the
Poisonous Action of Ozone, Prof. E. Wiedemann, 182;

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Osmi" Incandescent Lamp, 208; Electric Winding
Machines, Paul Habets, 212; Ratio between the Mean
Spherical and the Mean Horizontal Candle-power of
Incandescent Lamps, Prof. Fleming, 215; Electrical Con-
ductivity of Flames, Dr. H. A. Wilson, 215; Contact
with Dielectrics, Rollo Appleyard, 215; Synthesis by
Means of the Silent Electric Discharge, J. N. Collie,
238; Manuale dell'Ingegnere Elettricista, Attilio Marro,
243; le Four Electrique: son Origine, ses Transform-
ations et ses Applications, Adolphe Minet, R. S. Hutton,
267; Gaiffe Auto-motor Mercury-jet Interrupter, 277:
the Comparison of Electric Fields by Means of an
Oscillating Electric Needle, D. Owen, 286; Electric
Furnace for the Direct Production of Steel from Mag-
netic Iron Sands of Taranaki, New Zealand, D. R. S.
Galbraith, 299; the Effect of Membranes in Liquid
Chains, M. Chanoz, 312; Experimental Researches on
the Effect of Membranes in Liquid Chains, M. Chanoz,
336; Contribution to the Study of Liquid Dielectrics, P.
Gourée de Villemontée, 312; Death of Prof. Bichat, 347:
Compact Form of Direct-reading Cymometer for the
Measurement of Wave-lengths and Frequencies in Con-
nection with Electric-wave Telegraphy, Prof. J. A.
Fleming, 350; a New Carbon, Mr. Howell, 351: Rapid
Electro-deposition of Copper, Sherard Cowper-Coles, 359:
Passage of Electricity through Gaseous Layers of Great
Thickness, E. Bouty, 360; Special Form of Voltameter,
D. Albert Kreider, 387; Minimum Potential of a Point
Discharge is Increased by the Discharge, Blunting is

not Responsible for Rise in Potential, F. R. Gorton,
387; the Transverse Momentum of an Electron, Oliver
Heaviside, F.R.S., 429; Electrons and Matter, Prof.
C. H. Wind, 574; an Electric Micrometer, Dr. P. E.
Shaw at Royal Society, 495: Death of Dr. Oscar May,
514; Alternate Current Electrolysis, Prof. E. Wilson,
517; Earth in Collieries, Electricity in Mines, Sydney
F. Walker, 519; Setting Type by Telegraph, Donald
Murray, Maurice Solomon, 568; die Entwickelung der
electrischen Messungen, D. O. Frölich, 579; Studien
ueber Hautelektricität und Hautmagnetismus des
Menschen, Dr. Erik Harnack, Dr. George J. Burch,
F.R.S., 602; a New Thermojunction, A. de Forest
Palmer, 610; the Distribution of Power, Prof. W. E.
Ayrton, F.R.S., 612; a Phenomenon of Cooling Silver
Wires Plunged into Water and through which Electric
Currents are Passing, E. Rogovsky, 648

Elements of Comet 1886 viii, E. Fagerholm, 567

Ellerman (Mr.), Interpretation of Spectroheliograph Pic-
tures, 495

Elliptical Elements for the Orbit of Comet 1905a, Prof.
Banachiewicz, 207; A. Wedemayer, 207

Elsden (J. V.), Igneous Rocks between St. David's Head
and Strumble Head (Pembrokeshire), 166; Cause and
Prevention of Dust from Automobiles, 507
Elster (Prof. F.), Observations of the Electric Conditions
of the Atmosphere during the Recent Solar Eclipse, 490
Emch (Dr. Arnold), an Introduction to Projective Geometry
and its Applications, 77

Empire and University Life, the, 217; Gunga-Gunga, 319
Engineering Mechanism, Prof. S. Dunkerley, 4; a Manual
of Mining, M. C. Ihlseng and E. B. Wilson, 53; Death
and Obituary Notice of Sir Bernhard Samuelson, P.C.,
Bart., F.R.S., 60; New Form of Compound Locomotive
Engines, John Riekie, 65; Iron and Steel Institute, 68;
High-speed Tool Steels under Varying Thermal Treat-
ment, Dr. H. C. H. Carpenter, 69; Experimental Re-
searches on the Flow of Steam through Nozzles and
Orifices, A. Rateau, 101; the Investigation of Mine Air,
Sir C. Le Neve Foster, F.R.S., and Dr. J. S. Haldane,
F.R.S., 124; Death of Edouard Simon, 155; Death and
Obituary Notice of James Mansergh, F.R.S., 181;
Death of Archibald P. Head, 202; the Institution of
Mechanical Engineers, 212 Superheating for Loco-
motives, M. Flamme, 212; Mr. Robinson, 212; Electric
Winding Machines, Paul Habets, 212; Ferro-concrete,
Ed. Noaillon, 213; Efficiency of the Steam Jacket, Mr.
Mellanby, 213: V. Pendred, 213; Mr. Saxon, 213; Henry
Davey, 213; Mark Robinson, 213; Large Gas-engines,
R. Mathot, 213; Mr. Crossley, 213; Steam Turbines,
with an Appendix on Gas Turbines, Dr. A. Stodola, 219;
Bau der Dampfturbinen, Prof. A. Musil, 219; Absence
of Vibration in a Turbine Steamship, Prof. David Todd,
603; Death of Sir Peter Nicol Russell, 275; the
Mechanical Handling of Material, G. F. Zimmer, 290;
Manuale dell'Ingegnere Elettricista, Attilio Marro, 243;
the Academic Side of Technical Training, Dr. Alex.
B. W. Kennedy, F.R.S., 256; the Modern Asphalt
Pavement, Clifford Richardson, 316; Problems of the
Panama Canal, Brig.-General Henry L. Abbot, 394;
Death of Prof. Franz Reuleaux, 421; History of the
Steam-engine, 423: the Standardisation of Screws, 431;
Marine Engines and Boilers, their Design and Construc-
tion, Dr. G. Bauer, 3; Institution of Mining Engineers,
518; Machine Construction and Drawing, Frank Castle,
533: Death and Obituary Notice of Sir Edward H.
Carbutt, 588

Engraving in the Stone Age, the Evolution of, Ed. Piette,


Enock (Fred), Life-history of Wood-boring Wasps, 200
Enström (A. F.), Magnetic and Electric Properties of Sheet
Steel and Steel Castings, 69

Enteman (Wilhelmine M.), Coloration in Polistes, 19
Entomology: Hymenopteren-Studien, W. A. Schulz, 7:
Coloration in Polistes, Wilhelmine M. Enteman, 19;
Life-history of Wood-boring Wasps, Fred Enock, 209;
Wasps, Social and Solitary, George W. Peckham and
Elizabeth G. Peckham, 395: Flower-gardens "made by
Ants in the Crowns of Trees in Amazonia and Peru,
E. Ule, 64; Elephant Mosquito Larva is Carnivorous,

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quitoes of India, S. P. James and Dr. W. G. Liston,
Dr. J. W. W. Stephens, 73; Memorias do Museu Goeldi
(Museu Paraense) de Histoire Naturale Ethnographia,
iv., Os Mosquitos no Pará, Prof. Dr. Emilio Augusto
Goeldi, 607; Moths and Butterflies, Mary C. Dickerson,
76; Catalogue of the Lepidoptera Phalænæ in the British
Museum, Sir George F. Hampson, Bart., 174; the Fauna
of British India, including Ceylon and Burma, Butter-
flies, Lieut.-Colonel C. T. Bingham, 290; Origin of
Slavery among Ants, Rev. Father Wasmann, 86; Social
Spiders, N. S. Jambunathan, 86; W. J. Rainbow, 385;
the Plague of Flies, Dilophus febrilis, at Cardiff Docks,
Ernest E. Austen, 87; J. W. Douglas, 87; Entomological
Society, 95, 238, 647; Queen-rearing in England and
Notes on a Scent-producing Organ in the Abdomen of
the Worker-bee, the Honey-bees of India and Enemies
of the Bee in South Africa, F. W. L. Sladen, 126; Life-
history of the Pine Sawfly, 133; Insect Life, a Short
Account of the Classification and Habits of Insects, Fred.
V. Theobald, 150; Sugar-parasites, R. C. L. Perkins,
254; a Catalogue of North American Diptera or Two-
winged Flies, J. M. Aldrich, 317; Fights between Two
Species of Ants, J. A. Hill, 326; Remarkable Habit of
Oriental Ant Ecophylla smaragdina, 385; Ants: the
Habits of E. smaragdina, Dr. F. Doflein, 422; Report
on the Injurious Insects and Other Animals observed in
the Midland Counties during 1904, Walter E. Collinge,
340; the Spread of Injurious Insects, Prof. T. D. A.
Cockerell, 397; a Parasite of the House-fly, M. D. Hill,
397; Prof. Sydney J. Hickson, F.R.S., 429; R. I.
Pocock, 604; Chelifers and House-flies, Prof. Sydney J.
Hickson, F.R.S., 629; Monographie des Cynipides
d'Europe et d'Algérie, l'Abbé J. J. Kieffer, 455; Death
of J. W. Douglas, 461; the "Bee-hole Borer of Teak
in Burma, E. P. Stebbing, 493; Death of George Bowdler
Buckton, F.R.S., 537; Obituary Notice of, W. F. Kirby.
587; Leaf-hoppers and their Enemies, R. C. L. Perkins,
539; Insect Pests of Field and Garden Crops, Prof.
Theobald, 539; Dimorphism in the Female of Ischnura
heterosticta, R. J. Tillyard, 552; on Two Orders of
Arachnida, Opiliones, especially the Suborder Cypho
phthalmi, and Ricinulei, namely, the Family Crypto-
stemmatoidæ, Dr. H. J. Hansen and Dr. W. Sörensen,
R. I. Pocock, 577; Palæozoische Arachniden, Prof. Dr.
Anton Fritsch, R. I. Pocock, 577

Entwickelung der electrischen Messungen, die, Dr. O.
Frölich, 579

Environment, Experiments on Variations of Lepidoptera
by, Arnold Pictet, F. Merrifield, 632

Eoliths, on the Origin of, M. Marcellin Boule, 438, 635:
Dr. Hugo Obermaier, 636; Machine-made Eoliths,
Marcellin Boule, 538

Eros, Recent Observations of, Prof. Millosevich, 256
Eros, Recent Positions of, Mr. Manson, 207

Errera (Prof. L.), Death of, 347; Obituary Notice of,
Prof. Jean Massart, 537

Escombe (F.), Biochemie der Pflanzen, Prof. Friedrich
Czaki, 169

Essays and Addresses, Miscellaneous, Henry Sidgwick, 149
Essex Field Club, the, 606

Ethnography of the Philippines, W. Allan Reed, 300
Ethnology: Das Alter der wirtschaftlichen Kultur der
Menschheit, ein Rückblick und ein Ausblick, Ed. Hahn,
6; the Masai, their Language and Folklore, A. C.
Hollis, Sir H. H. Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., 83; the
Story of an Indian Upland, F. B. Bradley-Birt, 105:
Decorative Art of the Sioux Indians, Dr. Clark Wissler,
260; Decorative Art of the Huichol Indians, Dr. Carl
Lumholtz, 260; the Aryanism" of the Minoans, R. S.
Conway, 560

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Eucalyptus, a Critical Revision of the Genus, J. H.
Maiden, 6

Eunomia, Variability of Minor Planet (15), Prof. Wendell,

Europe the Geese of Europe and Asia, Sergius Alpheraky,
266; Monographie des Cynipides d'Europe et d'Algérie,
l'Abbé J. J. Kieffer, 455

Evans (Arthur), Report on the Sanitation and Anti-
malarial Measures in Practice in Bathurst, Conakry, and
Freetown, 67

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