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Perkin (F. Mollwo), Practical Methods of Electrochemistry,
5; Duty-free Alcohol, 344

Perkin (W. H., jun.), Preparation of Terpenes and Related
Substances, 23; Replacement of Hydroxyl by Bromine,

166

Perkins (R. C. L.), Sugar-parasites, 254; Leaf-hoppers
and their Enemies, 539

Perman (E. P.), the Romance of the Nitrogen Atom, 176
Perrine (Prof.), Jupiter's Sixth and Seventh Satellites, 135
Perrot (F. Louis), Expansion and Density of some Gases
at High Temperatures, the Application to the Determin-
ation of their Molecular Weights, 168

Perry (Prof. John, F.R.S.), Nature and Man, 199
Perry (Prof.), Teaching of Elementary Mechanics, 640
Perry-Coste (F. H.), Education in Belgium and Holland,

221

Persei, Magnitudes of Nova, and Nova Geminorum, Prof.
A. A. Nijland, 110

Perseids, Observations of, Robert Dole, 279
Perseids, Observations of August, 640

Peterson (Maude Gridley), How to Know Wild Fruits, a
Guide to Plants when not in Flower by Means of Fruit
and Leaf, 428

Peterson (O. A.), Dinochoerus hollandi from the Loup-
Fork Beds of Nebraska, 492

Petit (Prof. G.), Tuberculosis of Dogs, 582

Petrie (Prof. Flinders), Results Obtained in Egypt by, 228
Petronievics (Dr. Branislav), Principien der Metaphysik, 75
Pflanzenreich, das, Supp. to October 19, ix

Pharmacology of Indaconitine and Bikhaconitine, Dr. J.
Theodore Cash, F.R.S., and Prof. Wyndham R.
Dunstan, F.R.S., 551

Pharmacy, Standardisation in, Presidential Address at
British Pharmaceutical Conference, W. A. H. Naylor,
334

Pharmazie, Geschichte der, Hermann Schelenz, 27
Philibert (Dr.), Acid-fast Bacilli, 582

Philistinism, British Archæology and, Worthington G.
Smith, 294

Phillips (Rev. T. E. R.), Eye-estimates of the Transits of
Jupiter's Spot, 518

Philology: Keltic Researches, E. W. B. Nicholson, 145;
the Literature of the Celts, its History and Romance,
Magnus Maclean, 145; Death of Prof. Jules Oppert, 421;
Obituary Notice of, 432; Notes from Karpathos, Mr.
Dawkins, 560; a Tibetan-English Dictionary with Sans-
krit Synonyms, Sarat Chandra Das, Lieut.-Colonel L. A.
Waddell, Supp. to October 19, iii

Philosophy: Naturalistische und Religiöse Weltansicht,
Rudolf Otto, 77; Neue Abhandlungen über den mensch-
lichen Verstand, G. W. v. Leibniz, 396; Immanuel
Kant's Logik, G. B. Jäsche, 396; Lazarus der
Begründer der Völkerpsychologie, Dr. Alfred Leicht,
396; Death of Prince Serge Troubetzkoi, 607
Phisalix (C.), Presence of Poison in the Eggs of the Viper,
240; Presence of Poison in the Eggs of Bees, 336
Phoebe, Observations of, 330

Dr.

Photography: Recent Spectroheliograph Results,
William J. S. Lockyer, 9; the Swingcam Camera Stand,
W. Butler, 89; the Bruce Telescope Reference Photo-
graphs, Prof. Pickering, 89; the Practical Photographer,
No. 16, Pictorial Composition, No. 17, Animal Photo-
graphy, 54; View that Hydrogen Peroxide gives Rise
to a Special Radiation Capable of affecting a Photo-
graphic Plate, L. Graetz, 109; Profs. Precht and Otsuki,
109; Photographic Reality of the Martian Canals, Mr.
Lowell, 135; Photographs of the Martian Canals, Mr.
Lampland, 302; Mr. Lowell, 302; the Theory of Photo-
graphic Processes, part ii., on the Chemical Dynamics
of Development, including the Microscopy of the Image,
S. E. Sheppard and C. E. K. Mees, 141; the Camera
in the Fields, F. C. Snell, 153; Photographs in Colour
of the Spectrum, Negative by Transmission, G. Lipp-
mann, 167; Monochromatic Photographs of the Orion
Nebula, Prof. Hartmann, 230; the Practical Photo-
grapher's Annual, 1905, 268; the Latent Image, Prof.
J. Joly, F.R.S., Address to the Photographic Convention
of the United Kingdom, 1905, 308; the Practical Photo-
grapher, 341; the Gum-bichromate Process, J. Cruwys
Richards, 455; Properties of Photographic Plates Exposed

Society's Exhibition, 536; the Three-colour Process,
Pinatype," 537; a Focusing Screen for Use in Photo-
graphing Ultra-violet Spectra, Prof. W. N. Hartley,
F.R.S., 581

Physical Deterioration, being the Report of Papers and
Discussions at the Cambridge Meeting of the British
Association, 1904, on the Alleged Physical Deterioration
of the People and the Utility of an Anthropometric
Survey, 152

Physical Deterioration, Dr. Dawson Williams, 331; Prof.
R. J. Anderson, 331; W. D. Spanton, 332; Mrs. F. M.
Dickinson Berry, 332; Influence of Environment on
Physical Development, William Hall, 331
Physical Improvement, National League for, 235
Physics the Rigidity of the Earth's Interior, Rev. A.
Irving, 8; Properties of Rotating Bodies, E. W. Rown-
tree, 8; the Measurement of Mass, Dr. W. Hampson, 8;
Current Theories of the Consolidation of the Earth, Dr.
T. J. J. See, 30; Rev. A. Irving, 79; Lomonósoff as a
Natural Philosopher, B. N. Menshútkin, 42; Permea-
bility of Tubes of Fused Silica, M. Berthelot, 47;
Beiträge zur Physik der freien Atmosphäre, 53; Death
of M. Fernet, 62; Death of Prof. Victor René Muller,
62; Osmosis through Tubes of Fused Quartz, G. Belloc,
72; Notes and Questions in Physics, Prof. John S.
Shearer, 74; the Spirit-level as a Seismoscope, G. T.
Bennett, 80; Researches on the Permeability of Fused
Glass Vessels to Gases at High Temperatures, M.
Berthelot, 88; Electrostatic Rigidity of Gases at High
Pressures, Ch. Eug. Guye and H. Guye, 95; Experi-
mental Researches on the Flow of Steam through
Nozzles and Orifices, A. Rateau, 101; the Dynamical
Theory of Gases and of Radiation, Lord Rayleigh, O.M.,
F.R.S., 54; J. H. Jeans, 101; Determination of the
Specific Heat of Superheated Steam by Throttling, &c.,
A. H. Peake, 116; Physical Society, 118, 142, 215, 286;
a Simple Method of Determining the Radiation Con-
stant, Dr. A. D. Denning, 118; a Bolometer for the
Absolute Measurement of Radiation, Prof. H. L..
Callendar, 118; Compressibility of Different Gases below
Atmospheric Pressure, Adrien Jaquerod and Otto
Scheuer, 119; Physical Experiments, N. R. Carmichael,
126; the Calculation of the Coefficient of Re-combination
of the Ions and the Size of the Ions, Prof. Thomson,
142; Physical Properties of Sodium Vapour, P. V. Bevan,
142; Leitfaden der Physik für die Oberen Klassen der
Realanstalten, Dr. F. Bremer, Dr. Harold A. Wilson,
170; Recueil d'Expériences élémentaires de Physique,
Henri Abraham, 172; the Pressure of Radiation on a
Clear Glass Vane, Prof. Gordon F. Hull, 198; T. H.
Havelock, 269; the Hydrometer as a Seismometer, G. T.
Bennett, 198; C. V. Burton, 269; the Bubbling
Method and Vapour Pressures, the Earl of Berkeley and
E. G. J. Hartley, 222; the Constant of Radiation as
Calculated from Molecular Data, the Right Hon. Lord
Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S.. 243; Application of Statistical
Mechanics to the General Dynamics of Matter and Ether,
J. H. Jeans, 261; die Stellung Gassendis zu Deskartes,
Dr. Hermann Schneider, 292; a Text-book of Physics,
Heat, Prof. J. H. Poynting, F.R.S., and Prof. J. J.
Thomson, 293; a Comparison between Two Theories of
Radiation, J. H. Jeans, 293; Effect of Membranes in
Liquid Chains, M. Chanoz, 312; Experimental Researches
on the Effect of Membranes in Liquid Chains, M.
Chanoz, 336; der Naturwissenschaftliche Unterricht bei
uns im Auslande, Dr. Karl T. Fischer, 333; Wie sind die
physikalischen Schülerübungen praktisch gestalten?
Oberlehrer Hahn, 333; on the Thermoelectric
Junction as a Means of Determining the Lowest
Temperatures, and on Liquid Hydrogen and Air Calori-
meters, Sir James Dewar at Royal Society, 352; Re-
searches on Explosives, Sir Andrew Noble, Bart., K.C.B.,
F.R.S., 358; State of Matter in the Neighbourhood of
the Critical Point, Gabriel Bertrand. and Jean Lecarme,
360; Death of Dr. T. R. Thalén, 384; Obituary Notice
of, 403; Interesting Application of the Mathematical
Theory of Elasticity, Prof. Vito Volterra, 387; Evapor-
ation of Musk and Other Substances, John Aitken, 391;
Artificial Diamonds, Dr. C. V. Burton, 397; Atlas of
Emission Spectra of Most of the Elements, Drs. Hagen-

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Electron, Oliver Heaviside, F.R.S., 429; Electrons and
Matter, Prof. C. H. Wind, 574; the Elastic Properties
of Steel at High Temperatures, Prof. B. Hopkinson and
F. Rogers, 480: Death and Obituary Notice of H. R.
Noble, 491; an Electric Micrometer, Dr. P. E. Shaw at
Roval Society, 495: l'Evolution de la Matière, Dr.
Gustave Le Bon, 505: Physical Changes in Iron and
Steel, Dr. J. W. Mellor, A, McWilliam, 532; Helmert's
Formula for Gravity, Ottavio Zanotti Bianco, 534; Van 't
Hoff's Hypothesis of Osmotic Pressure of Solutions,
Prof. A. Battelli and A. Stefanini, 541; Device for Illus-
trating the Superposition of Simple Harmonic Motions
of Different Periods, W. C. Baker, 541; Mathematical
and Physical Papers by the late Sir George Gabriel
Stokes, Bart., 555; Physical Chemistry, Prof. Walther
Nernst, 555; the Physics and Chemistry of Mining,
T. H. Byrom, 557; Messrs. Michelson and Morley's Ex-
periments on Ether, Prof. Fitzgerald and Prof. Lorentz,
566; E. W. Morley and D. C. Miller, 566; a Polarisa-
tion Pattern, T. Terada, 581; Physical Laboratories in
Germany, Prof. G. W. Küchler's Report to Director-
General of Education in India, 605; International Con-
gress on Radiology and Ionisation, 611; Handbuch der
Spectroscopie, Prof. H. Kayser, 627; Death of Prof.
DeWitt Bristol Brace, 636

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Physiology: Reciprocal Innervation of Antagonistic
Muscles, Prof. C. S. Sherrington, F.R.S., 22, 189; a
Text-book of Physiological Chemistry, Charles E. Simon,
29, the Physiology of the Pancreas, H. G. Chapman, 47;
on the Spontaneous Action of Radio-active Bodies on
Gelatin Bodies, John Butler Burke, 78; Cellular Con-
stituents Peculiar to Cancerous and Reproductive
Tissues, Prof. J. B. Farmer, F.R.S., J. E. S.
Moore, and C. E. Walker, 92; Resemblances between
"Plimmer's Bodies" of Malignant Growths and Certain
Normal Constituents of Reproductive Cells of Animals,
Prof. J. Bretland Farmer, F.R.S., J. E. S. Moore, and
C. E. Walker, 164; the Simplest Kind of Protoplasm,
Dr. Charlton Bastian, F.R.S., 92; Researches on Animal
Lactase, Ch. Porcher, 119; Weather Influences,
Empirical Study of the Mental and Physiological Effects
of Definite Meteorological Conditions, Dr. E. G. Dexter,
147: New Form of Bolometer for Physiological Investi-
gations, Dr. W. Colquhoun, 167; Protagon and the
Cerebrines, and the Cerebric Acid Preexisting in the
Nervous Tissue, N. A. Barbieri, 168; the Spinthariscope
and Retinal Excitability, Prof. Francis Gotch, F.R.S.,
174: Researches on Ovulation, A. Sedgwick, F.R.S., 176;
Ovulation and Degeneration of Ova in the Rabbit, Walter
Heape, 188; Nature of the Silver Reaction in Animal and
Vegetable Tissues, Prof. A. B. Macallum, 188; Structure
and Function of Nerve Fibres, Prof. J. S. Macdonald, 189;
Distribution of the Nerve Cells in the Intermedio-lateral
Tract of the Dorso-lumbar Region of the Human Spinal
Cord, Dr. A. Bruce, 191; Action of Radium Bromide
on the Electromotive Phenomena of the Eyeball of the
Frog, Prof. McKendrick and Dr. W. Colquhoun,_287;
Estimation of the Red Corpuscles in Human Blood
made at the Summit of Mont Blanc, Raoul Bayeux,
288; Distribution of Sugary Substances in Blood between
the Plasma and the Corpuscles, R. Lépine and M.
Boulud, 311; Ascending Currents in Mucous Canals and
Gland Ducts, C. J. Bond, 331; Growth in Weight of the
Chicken, Mlle. M. Stefanowska, 336; Intra-organic
Combustions measured by the Respiratory Exchanges as
affected by Residence at an Altitude of 4350 Metres,
G. Kuss, 336; Breathing in Living Beings, Dr. William
Stirling at Royal Institution of Great Britain, 355:
Contributions to the Physiology of Mammalian Repro-
duction, part i., the Estrous Cycle in the Dog, part ii.,
the Ovary as an Organ of Internal Secretion, F. H. A.
Marshall and W. A. Jolly, 358; the Cerebellum, its
Relation to Spatial Orientation and Locomotion, Boyle
Lecture at Oxford, Sir Victor Horsley, F.R.S., 389;
Toxic Extract from the Cerebral Substance, A. Marie,
424: Physiological Effects of Rarefaction on the Respira-
tion of the Orang-utan, Prof. Angelo Mosso, 436; Physio-
logical Activity of Substances Indirectly Related to
Adrenalin, H. D. Dakin, 551; Synthesis of a Substance
Allied to Adrenalin, H. D. Dakin, 575; Inquiry into the
Nature of the Substance in Serum which Influences

Phagocytosis, Dr. George Dean, 551; the Phagocytosis
of Red Blood-cells, Dr. J. O. Wakelin Barratt, 600;
Study of the Blood in the Case of a "Bleeder," P. Émile
Weil, 634; Guide to Finger-print Identification, Henry
Faulds, Supp. to October 19, iv; Mécanisme et Education
des Mouvements, Prof. Georges Demeny, Supp. to
October 19, V; Physiologie des Menschen, Dr. Luigi
Luciani, Dr. J. A. Milroy, Supp. to October 19, x;
Plant Physiology: Investigations on Intumescences, with
Observations on Nuclear Division in Pathological
Tissues, Elizabeth Dale, 22; die Lichtsinnesorgane der
Laubblätter, Dr. G. Haberlandt, 323; Beiträge zur
physiologischen Anatomie der Pilzgallen, Hermann Ritter
von Guttenberg, E. R. Burdon, 339

Physique, Education and, Prof. Georges Demeny, Supp. to
October 19, V
Phytochemicus, Index, Drs. J. C. Ritsema and J. Sack,
603

Picard (Émile), sur le Développement de l'Analyse et ses
Rapports avec diverses Sciences, 313

Pickering (Prof. E. C.), the Bruce Telescope Reference
Photographs, 89; a Remarkable Variable Star, 110;
Stars with Spectra of the Orion Type, 135; a Probable
Nova in Ophiuchus, 158; Stars with Peculiar Spectra,
183; Harvard College Observatory Annual Report, 256;
Discovery of a Nova, 465; Nova Aquila No. 2, 640
Pickering (Spencer, F.R.S.), British Fruit Growing, 396
Pickering (Prof. W. H.), Discovery of a Tenth Satellite
to Saturn, 19; the Formation of the Martian Snow-caps,
255

Pickles (S. S.), Preparation of Terpenes and Related Sub-
stances, 23

Pictet (Arnold), Influence de l'Alimentation et de l'Humidité
sur la Variation des Papillons, 632

Pictorial Composition, 54

Picture, Number of Strokes of the Brush in a, 198

Piette (Ed.), the Evolution of Engraving in the Stone Age,
81

Pike (Colonel N.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 38
Pilzgallen, Beiträge zur physiologischen Anatomie der,
Hermann Ritter von Guttenberg, E. R. Burdon, 339
Pinatype," the Three-colour Process, 537

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Pintza (Alexandre), Densities of Carbonic Anhydride,
Ammonia, and Nitrous Oxide, 264

Pizzetti (Paolo), Trattato di Geodesia Teoretica, 242
Plague, a Treatise on, Dr. W. J. Simpson, Dr. E. Klein,
F.R.S., 529

Planets Discovery of a Tenth Satellite to Saturn, Prof.
W. H. Pickering, 19; Discovery of Saturn's Tenth
Satellite, 135; Observations of the Satellites of Saturn
and Uranus, Messrs. Frederick and Hammond, 230; the
Rings of Saturn, MM. Amann and Rozet, 388; Light-
Variation of Saturn's Satellites, Dr. P. Guthnick, 611;
Variability of Minor Planet (15) Eunomia, Prof.
Wendell, 43; Observations of Jupiter, MM. Flammarion
and Benoit, 43; a Suspected Sudden Change on Jupiter,
Major Molesworth, 207; Observations of Jupiter's Great
Red Spot, Stanley Williams, 330; Eye-estimates of the
Transits of Jupiter's Spots, Rev. T. E. R. Phillips, 518;
Brightness of Jupiter's Satellites, Prof. Wendell, 66;
Provisional Elements for Jupiter's Sixth Satellite, Mr.
Crommelin, 66; Jupiter's Sixth and Seventh Satellites,
Prof. Perrine, 135; Dr. Albrecht, 352; Dr. Frank E.
Ross, 352; Observations of Jupiter's Seventh Satellite,
Prof. Albrecht, 424; Observations of Jupiter's Satellites,
Profs. A. A. Nijland and J. van d. Bilt, 567; a Projec-
tion on Mars, Mr. Lowell, 279; Double Canals " on
Mars in 1903, Mr. Lowell, 89; Photographic Reality of
the Martian Canals, Mr. Lowell, 135: Photographs of
the Martian Canals, Mr. Lampland, 302; Mr. Lowell,
302; the Formation of the Martian Snow-caps, Prof.
W. H. Pickering, 255; the North Polar Snow-cap on
Mars, 1904-5. Messrs. Lowell and Lampland, 303; the
Formation of the New North Polar Cap on Mars, Mr.
Lowell, 352: the Planet Mars, Mr. Wesley, 388; Mr.
Denning, 388; Major Molesworth, 388; Water Vapour
in the Martian Atmosphere, Mr. Lowell, 465; Mr.
Slipher, 465; Faintness of Planetary Nebulæ, J. E. Gore,
43; Telescopic Work for Observers of Planets, W. F.
Denning, 208; Proposed Observation of Mercury during
the Solar Eclipse, Dr. G. Johnstone Stoney, F.R.S., 244;

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the Planet Uranus, W. F. Denning, 244; Visibility of the Dark Hemisphere of Venus, M. Hansky, 303; an Interesting Asteroid, Occlo [475], R. H. Frost, 330; the Minor Planet Ocllo (475), R. H. Frost, 388; Observations of Planets, Mr. Denning, 436; Observations of Satellites, Dr. C. W. Wirtz, 465; Variation of a Newly Discovered Asteroid, Dr. Palisa, 494; the Variable Asteroid 1905 Q.Y., Dr. Palisa, 518; Prof. Berberich, 518; Ephemeris of the Variable Asteroid (167) Urda, A. Berberich, 542; see also Astronomy

Plankton, the Protist, and the Diatoms in Bottom Samples, E. Jørgensen, 45

Plant Physiology: Investigations on Intumescences, with Observations on Nuclear Division in Pathological Tissues, Elizabeth Dale, 22; die Lichtsinnesorgane der Laubblätter, Dr. G. Haberlandt, 323; Beiträge zur physiologischen Anatomie der Pilzgallen, Hermann Ritter von Guttenberg, E. R. Burdon, 339

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Plants Biochemie der Pflanzen, Prof. Friedrich Czapek, F. Escombe, 169; Poisonous Plants of all Countries, A. B. Smith, 243; Experiments with Plants, Dr. W. J. V. Osterhout, 364; the Preservation of Native Plants and Animals, Prof. W. B. Benham, 534 "Plimmer's Bodies," Resemblances between, of Malignant Growths and Certain Normal Constituents of Reproductive Cells of Animals, Prof. J. Bretland Farmer, F.R.S., J. E. S. Moore, and C. E. Walker, 164 Pochettino (A.), Luminescence Emitted by Certain Crystals under the Action of Radium and Röntgen Rays, 300 Pocock (R. I.), on Two Orders of Arachnida, Opiliones, especially the Suborder Cyphophthalmi, and Ricinulei, namely, the Family Cryptostemmatoidæ, Dr. H. J. Hansen and Dr. W. Sörensen, 577; Palaeozoische Arachniden, Prof. Dr. Anton Fritsch, 577; a Parasite of the House-fly, 604

Poincaré (H.), Maxwell's Theory and Wireless Telegraphy,

99

Poisonous Plants of all Countries, A. B. Smith, 243

Polar Cap on Mars, the Formation of the New North, Mr. Lowell, 352; see Astronomy

Polar Stars, Declinations of Certain North, Dr. Auwers, 388; Harriet Bigelow, 388

Polarisation Pattern, a, T. Terada, 581

Polistes, Coloration in, Wilhelmine M. Enteman, 19
Pony, the Celtic, Dr. Francis H. A. Marshall, 558

Poor (Dr. Charles L.), the Alleged Identity of Comets
Brooks 1889 " and Lexell, 19

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Poor (C. Lane), the Figure of the Sun, 567
Porcher (Ch.), Researches on Animal Lactase, 119
Porter (A. W.), an Intermediate Course of Mechanics, 601
Porter (Charles), Sanitary Law and Practice, 97
Position, Geometry of, Sir Oliver Lodge, F.R.S., 629
Power (F. B.), Constituents of the Seeds of Hydnocarpus
Wightiana and of Hydnocarpus anthelmintica, 165; Con-
stituents of the Seeds of Gynocardia odorata, 165
Power, the Distribution of, Prof. W. E. Ayrton, F.R.S.,
612

Poynting (Prof. J. H., F.R.S.), a Text-book of Physics,
Heat, 293

Poynton (Dr. F. J.), Experience of Milk to which Sodium Citrate had been Added in the Feeding of Infants, 354 Precht (Prof.), View that Hydrogen Peroxide gives Rise to a Special Radiation Capable of affecting a Photographic Plate, 109

Preece (Sir W. H., K.C.B., F.R.S.), New Sundial that Tells Standard Time, 209

Preservation of Native Plants and Animals, the, Prof. W. B. Benham, 534

Pressure of Radiation on a Clear Glass Vane, the, Prof. Gordon F. Hull, 198; T. H. Havelock, 269

Preumont (G. F. J.), Geological Aspect of North-eastern Territories of the Congo Free State, 46

Prideaux (E. B. R.), Refractive Index of Gaseous Fluorine, 480

Primitive Religious Art, 260

Prior (G. T.), Chemical Composition of Hutchinsonite, 215 Projection on Mars, a, Mr. Lowell, 279

Prominences on the Sun's Limb, Observations of, Prof. Mascari, 158

Properties of Photographic Plates Exposed to Light, L. H.

Properties of Rotating Bodies, E. W. Rowntree, 8
Protective Coloration of the Inside of the Mouth in Nest-
ling Birds, W. Ruskin Butterfield, 534
Protoplasm, the Simplest Kind of, Dr. Charlton Bastian,
F.R.S., 92

Przibram (Dr. Hans), Einleitung in der experimentelle
Morphologie der Tiere, 426

Psychiatrie, Metaphysik in der, Dr. P. Kronthal, 29
Psychiatry, Manual of, J. R. de Fursac, 363
Psychology Contributions to the Study of the Behaviour
of Lower Organisms, Prof. Herbert S. Jennings, 3;
Metaphysik in der Psychiatrie, Dr. P. Kronthal, 29;
Völkerpsychologie, Wilhelm Wundt, 126; die Stellung
Gassendis zu Deskartes, Dr. Hermann Schneider, 292;
Lazarus der Begründer der Völkerpsychologie, Dr. Alfred
Leicht, 396; the Synthetic Factor in Tactual Space Per-
ception, T. H. Haines, 464; Consciousness and its
Object, F. Arnold, 464; Prinzipienfragen in der Natur-
wissenschaft, Max Verworn, Supp. to October 19, viii
Puiseux (M.), the Reality of Supposed Changes on the
Moon's Surface, 230

Pumpelly (Raphael), Explorations in Turkestan, with an
Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia and Sistan, 366
Pumpelly (R. W.), Explorations in Turkestan, with an
Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia and Sistan, 366
Pycraft (W. P.), Osteology of the Eurylamidæ, 95; the
Story of Reptile Life, 395

Quartaroli (A.), the Gradual Dissociation of Mellitic Acid, 302

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

Quaternions, a Manual of, Prof. Charles Jasper Joly, F.R.S., 121

Queen-rearing in England, and Notes on a Scent-producing Organ in the Abdomen of the Worker-bee, the Honeybees of India and Enemies of the Bee in South Africa, F. W. L. Sladen, 126

Quincke (Prof. G., For. Mem. R.S.), the Formation of Ice and the Grained Structure of Glaciers, Paper at Royal Society, 543

Rabinowitsch (Dr. Lydia), Specimens Indicating the Results of Inoculation of Bovine, Human, and Avian Tubercle, 582

Radcliffe (Lionel Guy), a Systematic Course of Practical Organic Chemistry, 579

Radial Area-scale, R. W. R. Edwards, 150

Radial Velocities of Thirty-one Stars, Prof. Lord, 110 Radiants, Determination of Meteor, M. Eginitis, 303; Prof. Nijland, 303

Radiation, a Comparison between Two Theories of, J. H. Jeans, 293

Radiation, the Constant of, as Calculated from Molecular Data, the Right Hon. Lord Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S.,

243

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Radiation, the Dynamical Theory of Gases and of, Lord Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S., 54; J. H. Jeans, 101 Radiation, the Pressure of, on a Clear Glass Vane, Prof. Gordon F. Hull, 198; T. H. Havelock, 269 Radiography on the Spontaneous Action of Radio-active Bodies on Gelatin Media, John Butler Burke, 78; on the Spontaneous Action of Radium on Gelatin Media, John Butler Burke, 294; Action of Light and of Radium upon Glass, Sir William Crookes, F.R.S., 90; Phosphorescence Caused by the 8 Rays of Radium, G. T. Beilby, 90; Action of Radium Bromide on the Electromotive Phenomena of the Eyeball of the Frog, Prof. McKendrick and Dr. W. Colquhoun, 287; Luminescence Emitted by Certain Crystals under the Action of Radium and Röntgen Rays, A. Pochettino, 300; Connection between Atomic Weight of a Substance and the Amount of Secondary Radiation which it Emits when Subjected to the 8 and y Rays of Radium, Prof. A. Righi, 350; the Rate of Formation of Radium, Hon. R. J. Strutt, F.R.S., 365; the Effect of Radium on the Strength of Threads, Hilda P. Martin and Prof. W. B. Morton, 365:

December 14, 1905.

528: Action of Radium Salts on Gelatin, W. A. Douglas
Rudge, 631; Action of Actinium or Emanium Emanation
on a Sensitive Screen, Sir William Ramsay, K.C.B.,
F.R.S., 90; Relation between the Atomic Structure and
Secondary Radiating Power of Substances, Prof. J. A.
McClelland, 158; New Method of Protection against the
Röntgen Rays, J. Bergonié, 168; Apparatus for Measur-
ing X-Rays, G. Contremoulins, 264; X-Rays, their
Employment in Cancer and Other Diseases, Richard J.
Cowen, 395: the Radio-active Minerals, Hon. R. J.
Strutt, F.R.S., 190; a Collection of Papers Communi-
cated to the Academy of Sciences, with Additional Notes
and Instructions for the Construction of Phosphorescent
Screens, Prof. R. Blondlot, Prof. John G. McKendrick,
F.R.S., 195; an Intensely Radio-active Substance,
Actinium X, T. Godlewski, 206; Method for Establishing
Coloured Screens to Isolate Groups of Radiations, F.
Monpillard, 264; Activity of Radiotellurium, Prof. B.
Walter, 277; Minimum Potential of a Point Discharge
is Increased by the Discharge, Blunting is not Re-
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New Ultra-violet Mercury Lamp, Dr. O. Schott, 513
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Media, John Butler Burke, 294; the Rate of Formation
of Radium, Hon. R. J. Strutt, F.R.S., 365; the Effect
of Radium on the Strength of Threads, Hilda P. Martin
and Prof. W. B. Morton, 365; see also Radiography
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Thomas Andrews, F.R.S., 573

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F.R.S., 294, 342; the Right Hon. Lord Rayleigh, O.M.,
F.R.S., 318

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493

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F.R.S., 365

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Reality of Supposed Changes on the Moon's Surface, the,
M. Puiseux, 230

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