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Artificially Incubated Eggs, W. Whitman Bailey, 200

Tacchini, 304, 399, 565; the Nautical Almanac for 1896,

Artiodacıyle, Artionyx-a Clawed, Prof. Henry S. Osborn, 610 326 ; Eclipse Photography, M. de la Baume Pluvinel, 326 ;

Artiodactyle, Protocerus, the New, Prof. Henry S. Osborn, 321 the Andromedes, Maclair Boraston, 326 ; a New Method of

Artionyx -A Clawed Artiodactyle, Prof. Henry S. Osborn, 610 Ph 'tographing the Corona, M. H. Deslandres, 327; the

Ascidians, the Mantle-cells of, Kowalevsky, 62

Milky Way from the North Pole to 10° of South Declination,

Asia, Central, Dr. J. Troll's Journey through, 160

drawn at the Earl of Rosse's Observatory at Birr Castle, Dr.

Asia from East to West, the Steppe Belt Traversing, H. J. Oito Boeddicker, 337 ; Sun spots and Magnetic Pertur-

Mackinder, 353

bations in 1892, M. Ricco, 352 ; New Minor Planets,

Asiatic Loess, the Geology of the, Thos. W. Kingsmill, Prof.

Lunar Sursace, 352; Remarkable Comets,

G. H. Darwin, F.R.S., 30

Mr. Lynn, 376; Relative Positions of Stars in Cluster

Assheton (R.), on a Supposed Law of Metazoan Development, x Persei, Sir Robert Ball and Arthur Rambaut, 376 ;

176; on the Development of the Optic Nerve of Vertebrates L'Astronomie, 377; Astronomy for Everyday Readers, B. J.

and the Choroidal Fissure of Embryonic Life, 261

Hopkins, 389; the Star Catalogue of 'the Astronomische

Assmann (Prof.), Detailed Description of the Meteorographs Gesellschaft, 399; Coincidence of Solar and Terrestrial Phe-

set up in the " Urania-Pillars," 287

nomena, Prof. G. E. Hale, 425 ; Prof. Hale's Solar Photo-

Aston (E.), Atomic Weight of Boron, 165

graphs, 498 ; La Grandissima Macchia Solare del Febbrajo

Astronomy: Nova Aurigæ, 399, 159 ; H. F. Newall, 7; Prof. 1892, A. Ricco, 429 ; Distribution of Stars in Space, Prof.

Barnard, 282; Mr. Huggins, 425 ; Hydrogen Line HB in J. C. Kap!eyn, 432 ; Théorie du Soleil, Dr. A. Brester, 433 :

the Spectrum of, Herr Victor Schumann, 425 ; Motion of, Prof. Observational Astronomy, Arthur Mee, 434; Universal

W. W. Campbell, 256 ; the New Star in the Constellation of Time, 451; the Bielids, 1892, M. Bredichin, 451; the

Auriga, W. J. Lockyer, 137 ; Spectra of Planetary Nebula Bielids of 1872, 1885, and 1892, M. Bredichin, 498; Wol-

and, M. Eugen Gothard, 352 ; Astronomical Column, 18, 40, singham Observatory, 518, 590, 616; T. E. Espin, 452 ;

63, 88, 114, 132, 159, 186; 208, 235, 256, 281, 303, 326, United States Naval Observatory, 452 ; Yale Astronomical

351, 376, 399, 425, 451, 473, 498, 518, 546, 565, 589, 616; Observatory, 452 ; the Evolution of Double Stars, T. J. J. See ;

Come Barnard (October 12), 18, 40; Comet Brooks (August Prof. G. H. Darwin, F.R.S., 459 ; Observations of the Zodiacal

28), 18, 41, 63; a New Comet (Brooks, November 19-20), 133, Light, Arihur Searle and Prof. Bailey, 473; Winck's Lunar En-

136, 208, 235, 257, 281, 304, 326, 352, 376, 399, 425, 451 ; largements, 473 ; L'Astronomie for March, 473 ; Bermerside

Prof. Kreuz, 159 ; MM. Esmiol and Fabry, 159 ; Tabular His. Observatory, 473; the Melbourne Observatory, 498; Natal

tory of Astronomy to the Year 1500 A.D., Dr. Felix Müller, Observatory, 498 ; Roche's Limit, 509; Prof. G. H. Darwin,

18 ; a Large Telescope, 18 ; the Atmospheres of Planets, 18 ; F.R S., 581 ; the Horizontal Pendulum, Dr. E. von Rebeur-

Comet in Andromeda, 40 ; Motion of the Solar System, Paschwitz, 519; the Rising and Setting of Stars, 519; Paris

Prof. J. G. Porter, 41 ; Occultation of Mars and Jupiter by Observa'ory in 1892 M. Tisserand, 546; the Large Nebula

the Moon, Prof. Barnarıl, 41; the Recent Opposition of near & Persei (N.G.C. 1499) (Dr. F. Skinner, 546 ; Minor

Mars, Prof. W. H. Pickering, 235 ; the Canals of Mars, 64; Planeis, 547 ; La Planète Mars et ses Conditions d'Habita-

the Channels of Mars, T. W. Kingsmill, 133 ; the Markings bilité, Camille Flammarion, William J. Lockyer, 553 ; Paral-

on Mars, M. Schaeberle, 209; the New Comet, 63 ; W. F. laxes of u and a Cassiopeia, Harold Jacoby, 565; Fall of a

Denning, 77 ; M. Bigourdan, 88; the Light of Planets, 64 ; Meteorite, 565 ; Jahrbuch der Astronomie und Geophysik,

John Garstang, 77: Stellar Magnitudes in Relation to the 566 ; the Observatory, 566 ; Centenary of Birth of Wilhelmus

Milky Way, Prof. Kapteyn, 64 ; the Fifth Satellite of Jupiter, Struve, 585; Photographic Chart of the Heavens, M. Lawy,

E. Royer, 71 ; A. A. Common, 208 ; E. E. Barnard, 377; 589 ; Catalogue of Southern S'ar Magnitudes, Edwin Sawyer,

the Sizes of Jupiter's Satellites, M. J. J. Lauderer, 473 ; 589; a New Table of Standard Wave-Lengths, Prof. H. A.

Jupiter and bis Satellites, Prof. Pickering, 518 ; Rutherfurd Rowland, 590; Meteor Showers, 590 ; Distance of the Stars

Measures of Stars about B Cygni, Prof. Harold Jacoby, 77: by Döppler's Principle, G. W. Colles, jun., 596 ; Large

Parallax of B Cygni, Harold Jacoby, 399 ; Motion in the Line Telescopes, 616; Spectrum of B Lyræ, Prof. Keeler, Société

of Sight, M. H. Deslandres, 88 ; Himmel und Erde, the Astronomique de France, 616

Heat in August 1892, Prof. W. J. van Bebber, 88; Astro. Astrophysics, Astronomy ani, 133

nomy of the Invisible, Dr. J. Scheiner, 88; Observations of Atlantic (North), Pilot Chart of, 86, 398

Perseids, 88; Comet Holines (November 6, 1892), 114, Atlantic Ocean, North, Synoptic Daily Weather Charls of, 543

132, 159, 186, 209, 235, 281, 303, 351, 376, 425, 473 ; M. Atlas of Astronomy, An, Sir Robert Stawell Ball, F.R.S., 225

Schulhof, 256, 451, 498 ; Lewis Boss, Rev. E. M. Searle, Atlas der Völkerkunde, Dr. Georg Gerland, Dr. Edward B.

Mr. Roberts, 256 ; Dr. F. Cohn, 326 ; Dr. R. Schorr, 326 ; Tyler, F.R.S., 223

Prof. Keeler, Prof. C. A. Young, 518 ; W. F. Denning, 365; Atmosphere, Higher, Exploration by Means of Free Balloons

Prof. E. Barnard, 399 ; Spectrum of Comet Holmes, 235; a with Automatic Recorders of, Gustave Hermite, 119

New Comet, 133; Astronomy and Astrophysics, 133 ; a | Atmosphere, Photographic Absorption of our, Prof. Schasberle,

New O servatory at Abastouman, 133; Astronomy at 304

Columbia College, U.S.A., 159 ; Companion to the Ob. Atmosphere, the Thermal Exchanges of the, Prof. von Bezold,

servatory for 1893, 159 ; Swist's Comet, Prof. Barnard, 186; 552

Comet Swist (a 1892), A. E. Douglas, 546; Ultra-Violet Atmospheres of Planets, 18

Spectrum in Solar Prominences, Prof. G. E. Hale, 186; Ephe. Atmospheric Electricity in America, Ob ervations of, T. C.

ieris for Bodies moving in the Biela Orbit, Dr. Chandler, Mendenhall, Prof. Oliver J. Lodge, F.R.S., 392

1 S6 ; Madras Meridian Circle Observations, 186 ; a Bright | Atmospheric Nitrogen, Researches on the Fixation by Microbes

Comet, W. R. Brooks, 114; Astronomical Instruments of, M. Berthelot, 23

up to late, Dr. L. Ambronn and Herr Julius Springer, 114; | Auriga, the New Star in the Constellation of, W. J. Lockyer,

Motion of B Persei, 115 ; Proper Motions, M. Deslandres, 115; 137

the Present Comets, T. W. Backhouse, 127 ; the Star of Auroral Phenomena, Thunderstorms and, J. Ewen Davidson,

Be hlehem, J H. Stockwell, 177 ; Astronomical Theory of 582

the Ice Age, N. L. W. A. Gravelaar, 200; the Tercentenary Auroras, the Height and Spectrum of, T. W. Backhouse, 151

of Galileo at Padua, 207; Burnham's Double-star Observa- Aus'en (E. E.), Description of New Species of Dipterous In-ects

rions, 281; the Lick Observatory, Miss Milicent W. Shinn, of the Family Syrphida, in the Collection of the British

209 : Washington Magnetic Observations, 209; an Atlas of Museum, with Notes on Species described by the late Francis

A-ironomy, Sir Ro ert Stawell Ball. F.R S., 225 ; Measure. Walker, 335

ment of Distances of Binary Stars, Prof. Arthur A. Rambaut, Australia : the "Bean-tree" of Central, 40 ; Catalogue of

226 ; Astronomical Discuveries in 1892, W. F. Denning, Eastern and Australian Lepidoptera in the Collection of the

256 ; the Meteor Shower of November 23, 1892, 257; Total Oxford University Museum, Col. C. Swinhoe, 53; an Ancient

Subar Fclipse April 15-16, 1893, 304, 376, 584 ; M. De la Glacial Epoch in Australia, Dr. Alfred R. Wallace, 55 ; the

Baume Pluvinel, 281, 304; A. Taylor, 317; Astronomical

South Australian Rust in Wheat Conference, 86 ; a Large

Journal Prizes, 282, 425, 616 : Newcoml) Engelmann's Popu- Meteorile from Western Australia, James R. Gregory, 90 ;
jar. Astronomie, 291 ; Photographic Absorption of our Aimo Edgar B. Waite appointed Assistani Curator in the Austra:

sphere, Prof. Schaeleile, 304 ; Harvard College Observatory, lian Museum, Sydney, 10; an Introduction to the Study of

Po. Pickering, 304; Solar Observations at Rome, Prof. Botany, with a Special Chapter on some Australian Natural

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the Siemens Platinum Foil Unit as a Standard for the Inten. Bodies Moving in the Biela Orbit, Ephemeris for, Dr. Chandler,

sity of a Source of Light, 615

186

Bermerside Observatory, 473

Boeddicker (Dr. Oito), the Milky Way from the North Pole to

Berson (Dr.), Relationship between Insolation and Tempera- 10° of South Declination, drawn at the Earl of Rosse's

ture, 24

Observatory at Birr Castle, 337

Berthelot (M.), Researches on the Fixation of Atmospheric | Bois (Dr. Du), Method of Producing Intense Monochromatic

Nitrogen by Microbes, 23 ; Ancient Copper Relics discovered Light, 255

in the course of M. de Sarzec's Excavations in Chaldæa, 360 ; Bois (H. E. J. G. du), a Modified Astatic Galvanometer, 455

High Temperature and Carbon Vaporization, 240 ; on thé Bogdanov (Prof. A.), which is the most Ancient Race in

1

Organic Substances Constituting Vegetable Soil, 551

Russia? 524

Beseke (C.), Der Nord-Ostsee-Kanal, 579

Böhm (Dr. J.), Observations on the Potato Disease, 254

Bethlehem, the Star of, J. H. Stockwell, 177

| Bolletino de la Società Botanica Italiana, 23

Bezold (Prof.von), the Thermal Changes of the Atmosphere, 552 Bombay, Magnetical and Meteorological Observations made at

Bianco (Oitavio Zanolli), Discovery of the Potential, 510

the Government Observatory, 1890, 379

Bibliographia Medica Italiana, Prof. P. Giacosa, 606

Bonney (Prof. T. G., F.R.S.): "The Lake of Geneva,” Prof.

Bickerton (Dr. T. H.), the Association of Shipping Disasters F. A. Forel, 5; Arborescent Frost Patterns, 162 ; on some

with Delective Vision in Sailors, 16

Schistose “Greenstones” from the Pennine Alps, 263 ; Note

Bidgood (John), A Course of Practical Elementary Biology, 434 on the Nufenen-Stock (Lepontine Alps), 263 ; on a Secondary

Bidwell (Shelford, F.R.S.), on some Meteorological Problems, Development of Bioliie and of Hornblende in Crystalline

502

Schists from the Bindenthal, 263 ; some Lake Basins in

Biela Orbit, Ephemeris for Bodies Moving in the, Dr. Chandler, France, 341, 414 ; Action of Glaciers on the Land, 521

186

Boraston (Maclair), ihe Andromedes, 326

Bielids, the, 1892, M. Bredichin, 451

Borneo, Travels in, Charles Hose, 282

Bielids of 1872, 1885, and 1892, the, M. Bredichin, 498 | Boss (Lewis), Comet Holmes, 256

Bienaimé (M.), the Voyage of La Manche to Iceland, Jan Mayer' Botany : Fossil, the Genus Sphenophyllum, Prof. Wm. Crawford

and Spitzbergen in 1892, 48

Williamson, 11; Bolletino della Società Botanica Italiano,

Bigourdan (M.), the New Comet (Holmes), 88

23; Journal of Botany, 23, 261, 596; the Cultivation of

Billett (Dr. A.), Contribution à l'Etude de la Morphologie et Diatoms, ' Signor Macchiati, 23; Biological Relations

du Développement des Bacteriacées, Dr. Rubert Boyce, 532 between Plants and Snails, 23; the Botanical Gazette,

Binary Stars : Measurement of Distances of, C. E. Stromeyer, 23, 285, 596 ; the Dischidia Rafflesiana established at

199; Prof. Arthur A. Rambaut, 226

Kew, 38; the “Bean-tree” of Central Australia, 40 :

Biology: Experimental Evolution, Henry de Varigny, 25 ; Botanical Nomenclature, W. T. Thiselton Dyer, F.R.S., 53 ;

Biological Nomenclature : the Rule “Once a Synonym, Sereno Waison, 53 ; Gynodiæcism in the Labiatæ, II ; Obser-

always a Synonym,” Elliott Coues, 39 ; on the Reproduction vations on Origanum (continued), J. C. Willis, 119; Influence

of Orbitolites, H. B. Brady, 119; on the Occurrence of of Moisture on Vegetation, E. Gain, 119; Mode of

Embryonic Fis-ion in Cyclostomatous Polyzoa, Sidney F. Production of Perfume in Flowers, E. Mesnard, 120; An

Harmer, 524 ; Text-book of Elementary Biology, H. J. Introduction to the Study of Botany, with a Special Chapter

Campbell, 530 ; Text-book of Biology, H. G. Wells, 605; on Some Australian Natural Orders, Arthur Dendy and A. H.

a Course of Practical Elementary Biology, John Bidgood, S. Lucas, 125; Teaching of Botany, Dr. D. H. Scott, 228 ; The

434; Forschungsherichte aus der Biologischen Station zur Teaching of Botany, 151 ; a New Irish Alga, Prof. T. John-

Plon, Dr. Otto Zacharias, 461; Marine Laboratories in the son, 167 ; Grasses of the Pacific Slope, including Alaska and

United States, Prof. J. P. Campbell, 66 ; Marine Biology, the Adjacent Islands, Dr. Geo. Vasey, 173; Naked-Eye

the Destruction of Immature Fish, Ernest W. L. Holt, 160 ; Botany, F. E. Kitchener, 198; Botanical Explorations in

Dredging Work at Plymouth, 375; the Rising and Sinking Idaho, D. T. Macdougal, 206 ; a Botanist's Vacation in the

Process in the Radiolaria, Herr Verworn, 397 ; tbe Week's Hawaiian Islands, Prof. D. H. Campbell, 236, 355 ; A Con-

Work of the Plymouth Station, 398, 424, 451, 472, 497, 518, tribution to our Knowledge of Seedlings, Sir John Lubbock,

546, 565, 589, 616 ; Port Erin (Isle of Man) Station, 515 F.R.S., Dr. Maxwell T. Masters, F.R.S., 243; Electric

Birds, the Fright of, Herbert Withington, 414

Currents in Plants, Prof. Burdon Sanderson, 255; Botanical

Birds, the Migration of, an Attempt to reduce Avian Season- Laboratory Established at Eustis, Florida, 278; H. L.

Flight to Law, Charles Dixon, 169

Russell on tbe Bacterial Investigation of the Sea and its

Birds of New Zealand, the Preservation of the Native, 394

Floor, 285 ; What is the True Shamrock ? Nathaniel Colgan,

Birkeland (Kr.), Electric Oscillations in Wires, Direct Measure- R. L. Praeger, 302 ; Sisal Hemp Grown in Botanic Society',

ment of the Moving Wave, 286

Gardens, 324 ; the Jamaica Botanical Department, W. Faw.

Birmingham, Technical Education in, Sir Henry Roscoe, 301 cett, 348; Proposed Establishment of a New Order

Bishop (Sereno E.), the Afterglow, 102

(Myxobacteriaceae) of Schizomycetes, R. Thaxter, 373 ;

Bishop's Ring, the Afterglows and, T. W. Backhouse, 582

Flowering of Fourcroya Selloa in Botanic Society's Con

Bismuth, Further Researches in Connection with the Metallurgy servatory, 373; Botanische Zeitung, 398; Engler's

of, Edward Mathey, F.R.S., 358

Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pfanzen-geschichte

Black (W. G.), Ozone, 390

und Planzengeographie, 413; Death of Cav. G. A.

Black Sea, Fossil Fauna of the, T. J. van Beneden, 544

Pasquale, 421 ; Dionæa, Dr. Macsarlane, Bashford

Blake (Prof. J. F.), the Landslip at Sandgate, 467

Dean, 423;

the Cause of the Bright Colours

Blakesley (Mr.), Diffusion of Light, 191

of Alpine Flowers, Dr. J. Joly, F.R.S., 431; Govern-

Blakesley (J. H.), on the Differential Equation of Electric Flow, ment Siations in United States, 450 ; Deaths and

574

Obituary Notices of Dr. G. Vasev, Rev. W. Woolls and Dr.

Blandford (W. F. H.), Insects Injurious to Conisers, 620

Karl Prantl, 495; Climbing Plants, Dr. H. Schenck, W.

Blanford (Henry F., F.R.S.), a Palæozoic Ice-Age, 101, 152 ; Botting Hemsley, F.R.S., 514; the Process of Transference

Death of, 300 ; Obituary Notice of, 322

of Material in Plants, Herr Brasse, 544 ; Deaths of Alphonse

Blanford (Dr. W. T., F.R.S.), a Palæozoic Ice-Age, 101, 152 de Candolle and Rev. T. Wolle, 561; a Graft Hybrid be-

Blass (E.), Experiments to Determine Temperature of Flame tween Red and White Geraniums, H. L. Jones, 563 ; the

of Water Gas, 113

Radiation and Absorption of Heat by Leaves, Alfred

Blind Animals in Caves : Prof. E. Ray Lankester, F.R.S., 389, Goldsborough Mayer, 596 ; Studies in the Morphology of

486 ; J. T. Cunningham, 439, 537 ; A. Anderson, 439; G. Spore-producing Members, F. O. Bower, F.R.S., 598 ;

A. Boulenger, 608

Piants most visited by Bees in New South Wales, 614 ;

Bliss (F. J.), The Excavations at Tell-el-Hesy, 302

Report of the Coniser Conference, Dr. M. T. Masters,

Biomefeli (Rev. Leonard), Address of Congratulation to, 85 F.R.S., and Prof. Carl Hauser, 619; List of Conifers and

Blondel (M. A.), General Conditions to be fulfilled by Register. Texads, Dr. Masters, 619; Prof. Carl Hauser's Pinelum

ing Instruments or Indicators, Problem of Integral Synchro- Danicum, 619; Coniseræ of Japan, 11. J. Veitch, 619 ;

nisation, 599

Conisers for Economic Planting, A. D. Webster, 619;

Blood-Vessels of the Skin in Different Pa'ts, Signor Minervini, the Timber of Exotic Conisers, D. F. Mackenzie, 619;

254

Insects Injurious to Conisers, W. G. H. Blandford, 620 ;

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Bottles designed to Collect Specimens of Deep Waters, on a Brothers (A.), a Manual of Photography, 98

Modification to be Applied to the Construction of, J. Thoulet, Brown Arthur E.), Photographic Dry Piates, II
408

Brown (Dr. Robert), Morocco, 298
Boulenger (G. A.), Blind Animals in Caves, 608

Brown (W. Pife , Winter Temperatures on Myun'a:3 Sze-
Boultbee (J. W.), Artesian Boring and Irrigation in Ne v South mits, 431
Wales, 183

Brownin; (R. E.,, Qiantitative Separation of Bariu fi-
Bouty (M.), on Initial Capacities of Polarisation, 552

Strontium, and of Sirontium from Calcium by Action of A=r
Bywer (F. O., F.R.S.), Studies in the Morphology of Spore- Alcohol on Bronides and Nitrates respectively, 189
producing Members, 598

Brayn (Lobry de), Hydroxylamine, 185
Bowers (Captain), Journey in Tibet, 400

Bryan (G. H.), on a Hydrodyna inical Proof of the Equatio55
Boyce (Dr. Rubert), Contribution à l'Etude d.: la Morphologie of Motion of a Perforated Solid with Applications to be

et du Développement des Bacteriacées, Dr. A. Billet, 532. Motion of a fine Frame work on Circulating Liquiis, 500
B ys (Mr.), Williams on the Dimensions of Physical Quantities, Bryant (Thonas), Jonn Hunter (the Hunterian Lecture', 372
116

Pubbles, Permanent Soap, formed with a Resinous Saz, M.
Boys (C. V., F.R S.), on Electric Spark Photographs, or Izarn, 119

Photography of Flying Bullets, &c., by the Light of the Buchner (Herr), the Action of Light upon certain Micro
Electric Spark, 415. 440

Organisms, 303
Boxing Kangaroo at Westminster Aquarium, the, il

Buick (Sir E. C.), the Debra Dun Forest School, 614
Boyd (R. Nelson), Coal Pics and Patinen, 481

Buck (Walter 1.), Wild Spain, 583
Boyle (Robert), a Sanitarian's Travels, 105

Buckton (G. B., F.R.S.), the Reflector with the Pro'ectica
Braddon (Sir Edward), Tasm inia the Paradise of Horticulturists, Microscope, 5+
587

Buddhist Architecture and Symbolisin in Burma, Developmenis
Brady (H. B.), on the Reproduction of Orbitolites, 119

in, Major Temple, 46
Brain, Bell's Idea of a New Anatomy of the, Jas. B. Builey, u Bulgaria, Earthquake in, 562
Brain of George Grote, Examination of, Prof. John Marshall, Bulletin de l'Acadéinie Royal de Belgique, 30), 428, 500, 525,
15

621
Brain in Mud-fishes, the, Dr. Rudolf Burckhardt, 339

Bulletin of the New York Mathematical Society, 27, 286, 425
Brandis (Sir D.), American Forestry, Prof. W. R. Fisher, 275 Bullets, Photography of Flying, C. V. Boys, F.R.S., 415, 4,42
Branly (Edouard), Experiments on Loss of Electrical Charge of Burbury (S. H.), Mr. Sutherlan l's Paper on the Laws of
Bodies in Diffuse Light and in Darkness, 586

Molecular Force, 117
Brasse (Herr), the Process of Transference of Material in Burckhardt (Dr. Rudoll , Das Centralnervensystem von Protop-
Plants, 544

terus Annectens ; eine Vergleichend Anaiomische Studie,
Brazil, the Proposed Transference of the Capital of, 64

339
Breath Figures, W. B. Croft, 187

Burmah ; Snahes in Thatch, 113
Breath Figures, Dust Photographs and, W B. Croft, 364 Burma Mines, Valuable Ruby Discovered at, 586
Bredichin (1.), the Bielids, 1892, 451; the Bielids ol 1872, Barnham's Double-Star Ob ervations, 281
1885, and 1892, 498

Burton (Dr.), Williams on the Dimensions of Physical Quar-
Bressa Pize, the, 233

tilies, 116
Bressa Prize, the Ninth, Turin Academy of Sciences, 543 Burton (Dr. C. S.), Diffusion of Light, 191 ; on Plane and
Brester (Dr. A.), Théorie du Soleil, 433

Spherical Sound Waves of Finite Amplitude, 500 ; on the
Brewers, a Handy Book lor, Herbert Edwards Wright, 75

Applicability of Lagrange's Equations of Motion to a
Bright wen (Mis.), More about Wild Nature, 125

General Class of Problems, with Special Reference to the
Brinton (Dr.), the Alleged Increa;e of Nervous Diseases with Motion of a Perforated Solid in a Liquid, 500
Growth of Civilisation, 280, 374,

Bushe (Col. C.), Superstitions of the Shuswaps of B:ilish
British Association, the Coming Nottingham Meeting of the, Columbia, 199
612

Buite (M. L.), on the Urea contained in the Blood in Cases of
British Columbia, Lizarii Superstition of Shuswap Indians, Dr. Eclampsia, 456

Geo. Dawson, F.R.S., 184; Superstitions of the Shuswaps Butter, Bacilli in, Mrs. Percy Frankland, 283
of, Colonel C. Bushe, 199

Butterflies : on the Mimetic Forms of certain Butterflies of the
British Earthworms, William Flaxland Benham, 102; Frank J. genus lly polimnas, Col. C. Swinhoe, 429

Cole, 255
British Fungus- Flora, a Classified TextBook of Mycology, Cables, Electric, the Teredo and, Sir Henry Mance, 450
George Massee, 26

Cage-bird Club, Formation of a, 495
British History, some Geographical Aspects of, H, G. Mac Calcutta, the Proposed Snake Laboratory at, 253

Calderwood (Henry), Evolution and Man's Place in Nature,
British Islands, the Hemiptera Heteroptera of the, Edward 385
Saunders, 292

Calderwood (W. L ), Applied Natural History, 492
British Journal Photographic Almanac sor 1893, 462

Calendar System of the Ancient Aztecs, the, Zelia Nuttail,
British Jurassic Gasteropoda, a Catalogue of, W. H. Hudle. 156
ston, F.R.S., and Edward Wilson, H. Woods, 363

Caliche (Nitrate of Soda), the Origin of, G. M. Hunter, 254
British Marine Fauna, Proposed Handbook to the, Prof. W. A. California : Geology of Taylorville Region in Sierra Nevada,

Herdman, F.R. S., 231 ; Prof. D'Arcy W. Thomp:on, 269 ; California, J. S. Diller, 39

Prof. W. A. Herdman, F.R.S., 293 : W. Garstang, 293 California (Southern), the Fishes of, C. H. Eigenmann, 61
British Museum, Catalozue of the British Echinoderms in the, California, Geographical Society of, 134
F. Jefirey Bell, 508

Calvert (G. A.), the Measurement or Wake Curren's, 520
British New Guinea, J. P. Thompson, Henry O. Forbes, 345; Cambridge: Election of Honorary Fellows of Gonville and
Prof. Alfred C. Haddon, 414; Henry (). Forbes, 414

Caius College, 130
Brock (Dr. H.), a Treatise on Public Health and its Applica. Cambridge University Extension Movement, the ; Summer

tions in Different European Countries, Dr. Albert Palmberg, Meeting Programme, 183, 586
507

Cambridge Philosophical Society, 95, 119, 360, 502
Brodie (Rev. P. B.), on some Additional Remains of Cestraciont Camel, the, as a Deferuilising Influence in Egypt, E. A. Floyer,

and other Fishes in the Green Gritty Maris immediately 156
overlying the Red Marls of the Upper Keuper in Warwick Cainera, Anthropological Uses of the, E. F. im Thurn, 548
shire, 285

Campbell (Prof. D. H.), a Botanist's Vacation in the Hawaiian
Biodmann (C.), on a Modification of the Transpiration Method Holands, 2;6. 355

Suitable for the Investigation of very Viscous Liquids, 357 Campbell (14. J.), Text book of Elementary Biology, 530
Brooks, Cornet, August 28), 18, 41

Campell (Prof. J. P.), Marine Labora'ories in the Uniteil
Brooks's Comet, the New, MM. Esmiol and Fabry, 159

Slaves, 66
Brooks, Comet (Novemlier 19-20, 1892), 159. 208, 235, 257, Campbell (Prof. W. W ), Motion of Nova Aurige, 256

231, 304, 325, 352, 376, 399, 423, 451; Berberich, 186 Camphor, Japanese, 142

kinder. 519

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