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seeking in Southern Hemisphere, 308 ; Comet-Orbits, Defini- Letters, Francis Darwin, 104 ; Alph. de Candolle on, 183;
tive, 483 ; Cometary Discoveries, 511

Commemoration in honour of, 183; Prof. Haeckel on

Commensalism, a New Case of, 608

Darwin, Goethe and Lamarck, 533

Commercial Organic Analysis," A. H. Allen, 28

Darwin (Francis), Chas. Darwin's Letters, 104
Common (A. A.), the New Camet, 501

Darwin (G. H.), Lunar Disturbance of Gravity, 458; On a

Comparative Action of Isomeric and Metameric Compounds on Misprint in the Tidal Report for 1872, 465

the Growth of Plants, 43

Davis Lectures Programme of the Zoological Subjects, 112

Compressing Gases, Pump for, Cailletet, 308

Davison (W.), Collections in Malaiasia, 305

Conder (Capt.) and Lieut. Mantell, Campaign in Eastern Pales- Dawkins (Prof. W. Boyd, F.R.S.), Address at the British

tine, 231

Association in the Department of Anthropology, 434

Conics, Collection of Examples and Problems on, and some of Daylight observation of Comet, 1882a, 210
the Higher Plane Curves, Ralph A. Roberts, 197

Dead Heat, A, Edward Muybridge, 81

“Conic Sections Treated Geometrically,” S. H. Haslam and J. Deaf-Mutes, Felix Hément, 105

Edwards, 7

Dechevrens (Marc.), Earthquakes in China, 175; “ Typhoons of

Conic Sections, Elementary Treatise on, Chas. Smith, 124

the Chinese Seas in 1881,” 626

Coniferæ, a Chapter in the History of the Abietineæ, J. Starkie Deep-Sea Exploration, 15

Gardner, 106

Deep-Sea Investigations, The Triton, 230

Conroy (Sir John), Spectrum of Light emitted by Glow-worm, Degeneration : an Essay,” Reflections on Reading, 603

Delaporte on Cambodean remains, 280
Conservation of Solar Energy, on the, J. J. Murphy, 31 ; Prof. De Long (Capt.), Commander of the Jeannette fate of, 41
Pliny Earle Chase, 176

“Dene-Holes,” T. V. Holmes, 634
Contact Makers of Delicate Action, Prof. H. S. Hele Shaw, Deprez (M. Marcel), on the Transmission of Electricity, 184
490, 501

Descent, Studies in the Theory of, Dr. Aug. Weismann, Alfred

Continental Astronomical Observatories, 331

R. Wallace, 52

Cooper (W. B.), Phonodynamograph, 331

Deutsche Rundschau für Geographie und Statistik, 558

Coote (Walter), “Wanderings South and East," 476

Diamond Mines in India, Prof. V. Ball, 468

Copal Forest at Imbambane, Discovery of, 351

Dickie (Dr. Geo.), Death of, 279

Copenhagen International Geographical Exhibition, 231

Dictionary, Blackie's Imperial, 258

Cordoba Zones, 137

Didymium, the Atomic Weight of, 137

Cordoba Observation of Comet 1881 II. on June 11, 186 Dielectrics, Heat developed in, Profs. Bellat an d Naccari, 210

Corea, Geography of, 282 ; Ethnology of, 344

Diffusion experiments with gases on Hydrophane of Czernowitza,

Cornwall Polytechnic Society, 135

Hufner, 309

Corpuscular Theory of Gravitation, Pictet's, Prof. Herschel, Diffusion figures, Martini, 309


Dijon, Earthquake at, 415

Cotton, Japanese, 542

Dilatation of Isomorphous substances, M. Spring, 306

Coues' Check List of North American Birds, 362

Distant (W. L.), “Rhopalocera Malayana : a Description of the

Crabs, Blood of, 635

Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula,” 6; Difficult Cases of
Crevaux (Dr. Jules), Supposed Death of, 183

Mimicry, 105

Crocodilian Skull, Development of, Prof. W. K. Parker, F.R.S, Doberck (Dr. W.), Double Stars, 153, 177; Markree Mag.


netic Dip, 418;

Sun-spots and Markree Rainfall, 366

Croll (Dr. Jas.), “Evolution by Force Impossible,” 556 Dobson (Dr. G. E.), on the Homologies of the long Flexor

Crustacea, the Telson and Caudal Fusca of the, 493

Muscle of the Feet of Mammalia, 493

Crustacea, Blind Subterranean, in New Zealand, 542

Donnelly (Col. J. F. D., F.R.S.), Meteorological Spectroscope,

Cryptogamic Meeting of the Essex Field Club, 481

Cryptophyceæ, a New Genus of, Bornet and Grunow, 557 Donnelly, (I.), Atlantis, 341
Crystallography, Dr. Liebisch’s Geometrische Krystallographie, Donovan (T.), Death of, ini

Double Stars, 114; Dr. W. Doberck, 153, 177

Crystal Palace, Electricity at the, “Submarine Telegraphy,” | Dove (Dr. Edward), Appointed Secretary to the Transit of Venus


Commission, 41

Crystal Palace Electrical and Gas Exhibition, 556

Dragon-fly (Eschna cyanea), Curious fact regarding a, Sigaor

Cuckoo, the, J. S. A. Brown, 56

Stefanelli, 89.
Cuckoo Singing at Night, 88

Draper (Dr. Henry), Photographs of the Spectra of the Nebulæ
Culley's Practical Telegraphy, Translation of, Berger and Bar-

in Orion, 33

donnant, 557

Dredging in the Norwegian Fjords, Prof. E. Ray Lankester,

Cumberland Association for the Advancement of Literature and F.R.S., 478

Science, 161

Dreyer (J. L. E.), Appointed Director of Armagh Observatory,

Cunningham (D.), Recent Unseasonable Weather, 222


Cunningham (J. T.), Darwin Memorial, 124

Ducks, Domestication of, in America, 113
Cunningham (Major Allan), “Treatise on Rivers and Canals,” Dudgeon (R, E., M.D.), “ The Sphygmograph ; its History and

L. F. Vernon-Harcourt, 5; “Report on the Irrawaddi River, Use as an Aid to Diagnosis in Ordinary Practice,” 29
172; Hydraulic Experiments at Roorkee, 495

Dufour (Prof.), on the Hailstorm, August 21, 1881, 530
Cups and Circles, Chas. Rau, 126

Dumas, Summary of works of International Commission of

"Cuprous Chloride Cell,” A, P. Laurie, 126

Weights and Measures, 583

Currents of Moderate Strength, Dynamometer for Alternating, Dundee, New University College of, 415
Dr. W. H. Stone, 201

Dunman (Thomas), Death of, 67 ; "Talks about Science,"
Cuttle-Fish, Colossal, 542


Cyclones, E. Douglas Archibald, 9, 31; Is the axis of a Cyclone Dunsink Observatory, R. S. Ball, F.R.S., 236

vertical ? J. A. W. Oliver, E. D. Archibald, 222

Dusts, some of the Dangerous properties of, Prof. F. A. Abel,

F.R.S., 19

Dutch Society of Sciences at Harlem, Medals awarded by,
Dakota and Nebraska, Princeton College Expedition to, 256 510
Dalton (J. C.), “Treatise on Human Physiology, designed for

Duvaux (M.), New French Minister of Public Instruction,
the use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine,” Prof. J. 378
G. McKendrick, 451

Dynamo, Relation between Waste and Useful Work in Shunt,
D'Amico (Cav.), Tea, &c, acclimatised in Sicily by, 584

Prof. O. J. Lodge, 311

Danish Arctic Exploring Expedition, 282, 615, 634

Dynamo - elektrischen Maschinen, Die Magnet und, Dr. H.

Danish Venus Transit Expedition, Departure of, 584

Schellen, 318
Darwin (Charles, F.R.S.), 49, 73, 97, 145, 169; Funeral of, 16 ; Dynamometer for Alternating Currents of Moderate Strength,
Memorial, 66, 87, 124, 207, 230, 351, 634 ; Biographical

Dr. W. H. Stone, 201
Notice, by Dr. Packard in American Naturalist, 88; His


Ear, diseases of, Statistics concerning, 185

Encyclopædic Dictionary, Cassell, Petter & Galpin's, 510
Ears, Function of the, in the Perception of Direction, Consul Encyclopædia der Naturwissenschaften,” 530
E. L. Layard, 176

Ende (W. am), Proposed Bridge over the Forth, 624
Earth, Mean Temperature of the Atmosphere at the Surface of Energy, Solar Conservation of, J. J. Murphy, 31

the, as Determined by Observations and by Theory, O. Engineering, Visit of Society of Telegraph Engineers to School
Reichenbach, 150

of Military, 257
Earth's Internal Heat, Utilization of, 210

English Plant-names, Old, Jas. Britten, 243
Earth-Tremors in Japan, John Miloe, 125

Entomological Society, 95, 192, 496, 616
Earthquakes : at Karpathos, 89; at Fayal, 113; in Naples, H. Epping Forest, 34 ; and the Essex Field Club, 159

J. Johnston-Lavis, 151 ; in China, Marc Dechevrens, 175; at Equatorial Coudé, Lowy, 414
Lulea (Sweden), 209, 231; at Laibach and Trieste, 280; at Erck (Wentworth), the Comet of 1882, 573, 597, 622
Geneva, 281 ; at Ardon, Valais, 281 ; at Chios, 351 ; at Erratic Blocks, the B.A. Report on, 460, 481
Dijon, 415; Report on Japanese, 464; at St. Louis, &c., 556 ; Essex Naturalists' Field Club, 41, 67, 159; Cryptogramic Meet-
Isthmus of Panama, 583 ; at Panama, 611; at Verona, 634 ; ing of the, 411
Earthquakes and Mountain Ranges, Rev. O. Fisher, 7 ; New Etheridge (Robert, F.R.S.), Opening Address in Section C of
Seismatic Apparatus for Indication of Earthquake-motions, the British Association at Southampton, 422

Ethnology, Korean, A. H. Keane, 344; Aino, A. H. Keane,
Eaton (Rev. A. E.), Aurora, 626

Eclipse, the Total, 40, 52, 75, 82, 83 ; Eclipses, Total Solar of, Euclid, Sequel to first six books of, Dr. Casey, 219

1883 and 1885, 512; English Eclipse Expedition, 63, 129; Europe, the International Geological Map of. 464
Eclipse, Janssen's Photographs of, 88; Eclipse Notes, J. Evans (Jolin, F.R.S.), Unwritten History and How to Read it,
Norman Lockyer, F.R.S., 51, 100; Scientific Results of the 513, 531
Eclipse, 181

Evershed (S.), the Recent Aurora, 548
Eddystone Lighthouse, Opening of new, 89

Evolution, Permanence and, Dr. G. J. Romanes, F.R.S., 265
Edinburgh Royal Society, 23, 47, 95, 167, 264, 287, 335

• Evolution by Force Impossible,” Dr. Jas. Croll, 556
Edison's Ta imeter, Influence of Time on the Carbon Disk of, Excitability of Plants, Prof. Burdon Sanderson, F.R.S., 353
Prof. T. C. Mendenhall, 309

Exhibition, International Fisheries, 89
Edison Electric Light in " Press” Department of Telegraph Exhibition, Copenbagen International Geographical, 231
Office, 415

Exploration, Deep-Sea, 15
Edmonds, F. B., Sunspot Period, 292
Edriophthalmatous Crustacea, 542
Education in United States, 223
Education, The New Code and Science, 459

Fauna of the Suez Canal, 42
Education, Naval, 473

Fauna, Molluscous, of Moscow, 43
Edwards (J.) and S. H. Haslam “Conic Sections treated Geo- Fayrer (Sir J., F.R.S.), Porculia Salvania (Hodgson), 80
metrically,” 7

Fayal, Earthquake at, 113
Egypt, Eclipse Expedition to, 40 ; Scientific Exploration in, Gen. Featherman (A.), “Social History of the Races of Mankind,"
Pitt-Rivers, F.R.S., 364; Maps of, 310, 378, 415; Woolwich
Balloons sent to, 471; the Injurious Parasites of, Dr. Cobbold, Feichtinger (Prof.), Free Sulphuric Acid in Paper sized with
F.R.S., 492 ; the Oldest Tombs and Tenants, 57; Uganda resin, 557
and the Egyptian Sudan, Rev. C. T. Wilson and R. W. Feil, Particulars of History of, P. L. Guinaud, 350
Felkin, 79; Funeral Tent of an Egyptian Queen, Villiers Felkin (R. W.) and Rev. C. T. Wilson “ Uganda & the Egyptian
Stuart, 193

Sudan, 79
Eisner (Prof. Th.) Existence of a Voice in Lizards, 29

Female Schools in France, First superior, 585
Eira,” Search for the, 208, 387; C. R. Markham, F.R.S., Fenton, John, Spelling Reform, 366

Ferguson (J. B.), United States Fisheries, Report of, 474
Eldridge (G. Morgan), A New Thermograph, 163.

Fermat, Inauguration of Statue of, 232
Electric Light, Earliest Use of the Incandescent, 62; “Le Ferns, British, Pocket Guide to, Marian S. Ridley, 501

Lampe Soleil," 208; Fire Risks from, 272; “ Electric Fertilisation of Flowers by Insects, Dr. H. Müller, 307
Illumination,” Vol. I., 305; Electric Lighting by Incandes- Field Naturalist, 258
cence, J. W. Swan, 356; Domestic Use of Incandescent, Field Clubs, London, 612
470; Electric Lighting of Kösen, 611; New Arc Electric Fijian and Maori Comparative Vocabulary, Thurston and Wild,
Lamp, W. H. Preece, F.R.S., 526.

Electricity: at the Crystal Palace : IV. “Submarine Tele- Finalater (Andrew), “Chambers's Etymological Dictionary of

graphy, 60; E. Mascart and E. Joubert's Electricity the English Language,” 7
and Magnetism, 147; Electric Railway, 156; Kabath's Finlay (Sept. 8), Comet 1882b., 614
Electric Accumulators, 180; Electricity on Pike's Peak, Fireballs in Netherlands, Dr. Groneman, 245
260 ; Modern Applications of Electricity, E. Hospitalier, Fire risks from Electric Lighting, 272
289; Electrical Units, Maurice Lévy, 308 ; Congre:s of Fish, Destruction of, by River Pollution, 281 ; New and Very
Electricians, 305, 414; Electricity of Flame, Elster and Rare from the Mediterranean, J. Yale Johnson, 453 ; Inter.
Geitel, 308; Electric Properties of Flames, 320; Electro- national Fisheries Exhibition, 89, 279, 305, 480 ; Swedish
technical Exhibition at Munich, 330, 556; Electric Develop- Fisheries, Gerhard von Yhlez, 57 ; United States Report of
ment, Exhibition of Practical, 351; Accidents from Electricity Fisheries, T. B. Ferguson, 474
in Paris, 378, 415; Lord Kayleigh on the Absolute Measure- Fisher (Rev. O.), Earthquakes and Mountain Ranges, 7
ment of Electric Currents, 465; Lord Rayleigh on the Fitzgerald (Prof. Geo. Fras.), Dr. Siemens' Solar Hypothesis,
Duration of Electric Currents in a Conducting Cylinder, 465 ; 80
Lord Kayleigh on the Equilibrium of Liquid-conducting Fjords, Norwegian, Dredging in the, Prof. E. Ray Lankester,
Surfaces charged with Electricity, 465; B.A. Report on F.R.S., 478
Electrical Standards, 488 ; Electric Navigation, Prof. S. P. Flame, Electricity of, Elster and Geitel, 308
Thompson, 554; Electric and Gas Exhibition at Crystal Flames, Electric Properties of, 320
Palace, 556 ; Traité Pratique d'Electricité, C. M. Gariel, 570 ; | Flammarion, Conditions of Habitability of Mars, 352
International Conference for Establishing Technical Uni. Florida, Orange Culture in, Major Herschel, 420
formity in, 583, 611; Electrical Congress in Paris, 633; Experi- Flowers, Colours of, Grant Allen, 299, 323, 346, 371
ment of Janin and Maneuvrier on Inverse Electromotive Flowers, Fertilisation of, by Insects, Dr. H. Müller, 307
force in Voltaic Arc, 308; Hartleben's “Elektro Bibliothek,” | Floyer (Ernest A.), “ Unexplored Báluchistan Survey of a

Route through Mekrán, Bashkurd, Persia, Turkistan and
Ellis (William), Magnetic Storm of 1882, April, 175

Turkey,” A. H. Keane, 197
Eloy, Aëronautical Ascent by, W. de Fonvielle, 88

Fluids, W. F. Stanley, 545
Elster and Geitel, Electricity of Flame, 308

Fonvielle (W. de), Æronautical Ascents by M. Eloy, 88; “Le
Emin Bey (Dr.), Journey in East of Bahr-el-Jebel, 282

Pose du Premier Cable,” 330

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Food-plant Improvement, Maj r Hallett, 91

of, 238; Dr. Archibald Geikie on the Geology of China,
Forbes (G.), on the Velocity of White and Coloured Light, 241

Germain (Miss S), Street in Paris to be named after, 352
Forbes (H.O.), Stamens with Different Functions in one Flower, German Chemical Sociery, 138
386; Arrival of, at Larat, 611

German Botanical Society, 280, 583
Forbes (W. A.), Expedition up Niger, 305

German Association of Naturalı-is, 305 ; Proceedings of, 509
Forth Bridge, B. Baker on, 494

German Anthropological Society, Congress, 378
Fowler (John, C.E. F.G.S.), Opening Address in Section G at Gesture Speech of Man, Colonel Garrick Mallery, 333; Hyde
the British Association at Southampton, 441

Clarke, 419
Forel (Prof.), Le Grain du Glacier, 89; On Glaciers, 67 Giffard (M.), the Fortune left by, 510
Forest, Subterranean, at Crossland, 160

Gifford (Anne), Recent Magnetic Storm and Aurora, 571
Forest Cultivation, Memorial for School of Colonial, 280 Gilchrist Trust, “Science Lectures for the People," 378
Forth Bridge, The Proposed, Sir G. B. Airy, 598; Prof. G. Gilder (W. A.), Schwatka's Search : Sledging in the Arctic in

Reynolds; B. Baker; M. am Ende; Wm. H. Johnson, quest of the Franklin Records, 7

Gill (Theo.), Chiasmodon Niger and Notacanthus Rissoanus,
Fossils, Silurian, in the North-West Highlands, Henry Hicks, 7 574
Fossil Cepbalopods, British, a Monograph of, J. F. Blake, 25 Gilpin's “ Forest Scenery,” 612
Fosils, Moore Collection of, 280

Giraud (Lieut.), African Expedition, 309
Foster (Dr. M.), Francis Maitland Balfour, 313, 365

Gizzard, Contents of some Oceanic Birds, H. B. Guppy, 12
Fouqué (F.) and M. Lédy, “Synthèse des Mineraux et des Glacial Phenomena, Pseudo, Rev. T. E. Tenison-Woods, 81
Roches,” 452

Glaciers, Prof. Forel on, 67; Commercial Utilisation of, 185;
France : Asssociation for the Advancement of Science, 17, 350, Le Grain du Glacier, Prof. Forel, 89

466, 470; Prize offered by the French Government for most Gladstone (Dr. J. H.) and Dr. A. Tribe, F.R.S., Chemistry of
u.eful Application of Volta-pile, 184 ; Number of Public Planté and Faune Cells, 251, 342, 603
Teachers in France, 281 ; First Superior School for Females Glandular Secretion, Prof. Arthur Gamgee on, 407, 411
in, 585

Gla gow, the Kelvingrove Museum, 67; the Mitchell Library,
Frankland (Dr.), Climate in Town and Country, 380

Free Libraries in America, 329

Glazebrook (R. P.), B.A. Unit, 597
Freshwater Sponges, New, 43

Glennill (S. Maitland Baird), Aurora Borealis, 105
Fries (Prof. Elias), proposed Purchase of his Botanical Collec- Globe, Rainfall of the, 2c6
tions by the Upsala University, 113

Glowworm, Spectrum of Light emitted by, Sir John Conroy,
Funeral Tent of an Egyptian Queen,” Villiers Stuart, 193 319; John Spiller, 343
Fungi of Huddersfeld, Exhibition of, 612

Goethe, Darwin, and Lamarck, Prof. Haeckel on, 533
Gold Raised at Victoria, 306

Goodsir (John), the Researches of, Prof. Arthur Gamgee,
Galeni Pergamensis de Temperamentis et de Inæquali Intem-

perie Libri tres, Thoma Linacro Anglo Interprete,” 1521, 6

Göttingen, Royal Society of Sciences, 144, 264
Gallo-Roman Town near Poitiers, 635

Granite Boulder from Mount Sorrel, Preservation of, 257
Galloway (R. L.), a History of Coal Mining, 509

Gratings for Optical Purposes, Preliminary Notice of the Results
Galloway (W.), Getting” Coal by Means of Caustic Limę,

Accomplished in the Manufacture and Theory of, Prof. H. A.
298, 365; Colliery Ventilation, by Alan Bagot, 339

Rowland, 211
Galton (Fras.), Rapid-View Instrument for Momentary Atti-

Gravels of North-east London, Palæolithic, W. G. Smith,
tudes, 249

Galvanometers, Graded, Sir William Thomson's A. Gray,

Gravitation, Pictet's Corpuscular [Theory of, Prof. Herschel,

Gamgee (Prof. Arthur, F.R.S.), Opening Address in Section

Gray (A.), on Sir William Thomson's Graded Galvanometers,
D) at the British Association at Southampton, 405

506; Alteration by Magnetisation in Dimensions of Magnetic
Gardner (J. S.), Phylloxera, 38 ; a Chap'er in the History of

Metals, 625
Coniferæ-the Abietineæ,' 106; “Madeira : its Scenery,” 363; Gray (Geo.), Philosophical Institute of Canterbury, New Zea-
the Cause of Elevation and Subsidence of Land, 468

land, 229
Gardner (H. D.), the Watchmaker's Handbook, by Claudius

"Great Giant Arithmos, a Most Elementary Arithmetic, Mary
Saunier, 319

Steadman Aldis, 123
Gariel (M.), Traité Pratique d'Electricité, 570

Greenland, Auroræ in, 130
Gas Mixture, Absorption of Heat by, Heine, 308

Gre ham College, Exhibition of Objects from Iserlohn Tech.
Gas-condensing Pump, Cailletet's, 308 ; P. J. Lecky, 343

nical School at, 257
Gases, Absorption of Radiant Heat by, Prof. Tait, 639

Griffith (G.), on F. M. Balfour, 365
“Gasteropoden der Meeres-Ablagerungen der Ersten und Zweiten

Grimshaw (Mr.), the Microscope, 531
Miocänen Mediterran-Stufe in der Oesterreichisch-Ungarischen Groneman (Dr.), Fireballs in Netherlands, 245
Monarchie,” von R. Hörnes und M. Auinger, J. Gwyn Grote (A. Radcliffe), Illustrated Essay on the Noctuidæ of
Jeffreys, F.R.S., 149

North America, with “A Colony of Butterflies," 281, 500
Gee (Geo. E.), Hall-marking of Jewellery, 89

Guiraud (P. L.), Particulars of History of, Feil, 350; Major
Gegenbaur's Morphologisches Jahrbuch, 616

Herschel, 573
Geiger (Lazarus), “Contributions to the History of the Develop-

Guinea Pig, Dr. Fraser on the, 493
ment of the Human Race," 103

Guns, Resi-tance of ihe Air in, Prof. D. Colladon, 353
Geikie (Dr. Archibald, F.R.S.), in Arran, 39; the Geology of Guppy (Surgeon-Major H. B.), Gizzard Contents of some
China, 241

Oceanic Birds, 12; Extension Seawards of the Waters of the
Geitel and Ek-ter, Electricity of Flame, 308

Chinese Rivers, 38
Geminorum, Variable Star u, 114

Gyula (Prof. Schaarschmidt), Researches on the Division of the
Geography: Geographical Notes, 19, 90, 139, 162, 512, 543 ;

Chlorophyll-Granules, and upon the Occurrence of Hypo-
International Geographical Exhibition at Copenhagen, 231 ;

chlorin in the Cyanophyceæ and Bacillarideæ, 476
Proceedings of Royal Geographical Society, 231 ; Geography
in Russia, 211; Geography in New South Wales School
Books, 279 ; Geographische Bildertafeln, Oppel and Ludwig, Haeckel (Prof.), Return of, 88; in Ceylon and India, 254, 273,

375, 388, 502, 574 ; on Darwin, Goethe, and Lamarck,
Geology : 'Geologists' Association, 17; Summer Excursion of,

230; Geological Collections in Oxford University Museum,

Hæmatite Deposits in the Carboniferous Limestone, 469
Index Guide to, Prof. Prestwich, 378 ; Swedish Geological Hagen (Dr. H. A.), Limulus, 126
Expedition to Spitzbergen, 447 ; International Geological Hail torm of August 21, 1881, Prof. Dufour on, 530
Map of Europe, 464 ; Geological Explorations in New

Haldane (R. B.), “Immanuel Kant's Cri:ique of Pure Reason."
Forest, 556; Geological Society, 46, 95, 263; Proceedings

76; Stuckenberg's Life of Immanuel Kant, 361


Haller (Dr. G., and Cie.), North German Museum for Natural Stadents and Practitioners of Medicine, J. C. Dalton, Prof.
Science, 329

J. G. McKendrick, 451
Hallett, Major, Foodplant Improvement, 91

Hungarian Association for the Advancement of Science, G. F.
Halo, A Curious, Prof. J. P. O'Reilly, 268, 344 ; Prof. S. P. Rodwell, 456
Thompson, 293: W. A. Sanford, 320

Hurricane at Manilla, 634
Hamburg Geographical Society's Expedition to Central East Hydrates (Crystalline) of Phosphoretted and Sulphuretted
Africa, 615

Hydrogen, Ammonia, and Carbon Dioxide, 614
Hampshire, Robert Etheridge, F.R.S., Con the Geology of, Hydraulic Experiments at Roorkee, Major Allan Cunningham,

Hannay (J. B.), Limit of Liquid State of Matter, 370

Hydrocarbons, Prof. Mendeleef on Heat of Combustion of,
Hart Testimonial, 232

Haslam (S. H.) and J. Edwards “Conic Sections Treated Hydrogen and Oxygen, Hélouis' Patent for Manufacture
Geometrically,” 7

of, 585
Havre, Telephony at, 352

Hydrographical Surveying,” Capt. W. J. L. Wharton, 195
Hawes (A. G. S.) and E. M. Satow, Handbook for Travellers Hydrometer, Herr Fleischer's, 18
in Central and Northern Japan, 290

Hydrophane of Czernowitza, Diffusion Experiments with Gases
Hawkshaw (J. Clarke), The Channel Tunnel, 494

on, Hufner, 309
Health Resorts ; Scottish Highlands, 297

Hydrophobia and Snake bite, A. Stradling, 221
Heat, Absorption of by Gas Mixtures, Heine, 308

Hygiene of School children, French Commission, 634
Heat Developed in Dielectrics, Prof. Bellati and Naccari, Hypochlorin in the Cyanophycea and Bacillariaceæ, Researches

on the Division of the Chlorophyll-Granules, and upon the
Heine, Absorption of Heat by Gas Mixtures, 308

occurrence of, Prof. Schaarschmidt Gyula, 476
Helms (Ludwig Verner), "Pioneering in the Far East, and Hypothetical High Tides, Prof. J. S. Newberry, 56

Journeyings to California in 1849 and the White Sea in

1878," 476
Hélouis (N. A.), Patent for Manufacture of Hydrogen and Ice, Curious Formation of, H. Worth, 81
Oxygen, 585

Iceland, Meteorology of, in Winter and Spring of 1881-82, 322 ;
Hément (Felix), Deaf Mutes, 105

“Summer Travelling in, by Coles," G. F. Rodwell, 363 ;
Hemsley (W. Botting), “Marianne North" Gallery of Paint- Oswald's, “ By Fell and Fjord,” G. F. Rodwell, 363

ings of “Plants and their Homes,” Royal Gardens, Kew, “ Ideality in the Physical Science,” Benjamin Peirce, 104

Imperial Dictionary, 3rd Vol. of Blackie's, 258
Henslow (Rev. Geo.), Animal Intelligence, 573

Incandescent Electric Light, Earliest use of, 62
Herring Merchants, Meeting of Swedish, 447

Incandescent Lamp, non-Electric, 108 ; F. M. Sexton, 176;
Herschel (Sir W.), Bibliography of his writings, 208

British Electric Light Company's, 230 ; Domestic use of,
Herschel (Prof.), Pictet's Corpuscular Theory of Gravitation, 470

Index Guide to Geological Collections in Oxford University
Herschel (Major), Orange Culture in Florida, 420; Note on Museum, Prof. Prestwich, 378

History of Optical Glass (Guinand), 573; The Comet, 622 India, Land and Freshwater Mollusca of, Dr. J. Gwyn Jeffreys,
Hesse. Wartegg (Chavelier de), “Turis; the Land and the

F.R.S., 53
People,” 7

India, the Salt Supply of, Prof. V. Ball, 468
Hicks (Henry), Silurian Fossils, in the North-West Highlands, 7 India-rubber Plants, 237
Highlands, North-West, Silurian Fossils in the, Henry Hicks, 7 | Indigo, change of Ornithological Propiolic Acid into, 614
High Tides, Hypothetical, Prof. J. S. Newberry, 56

Induction, Willoughby Smith, 267
Hilaire (M. Barthelmy St.), Translation of Aristotle's History | “Ingenieurs des Arts et Manufactures,” Paris Central School
of Animals, 509

for, 446
History, Unwritten, and How to Read it, Jobn Evans, F.R.S., Inhambane, Discovery of Copal Forest at, 351
513, 531

Innuit Tribes on Alaska Coast, Petroff on Limit of, 257
Hjaltelin (Dr.), Death of, 184

Insects: injurious to Forest and Shade Trees, A. S. Packard,
Hockin, Charles, Death of, 40

78 ; the tide of travel of noxious, 136; Scudder's Bibliography
Holden, E, S., Washburn Chronograph, 368

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307 ; Respiratory movements of, 454 ; an Insect attacking
Holub (Dr.), South African Explorations, 310, 558

à Worm, Edwin Lawrence, 599; Prof. W. Swan, H, Rix,
Hölzel's Geographische Charakter-Bilder fur Schule und Haus. J. Shaw, 574

Herausgegeben unter Pädagogischer und Wissenschaftlicher Institute of Chemistry, First Provincial Dinner of, 634
Leitung, Dr. Josef Chavanne &c., 476

Institution of Civil Engineers, 71, 95
Hongkong, the Proposed Meteorological Observatory at, 113 Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 375
Horse in Motion as shown by Instantaneous Photography, &c., Intelligence, Animal, C. Lloyd Morgan, 523
J. D. B. Stillman, 196

International Polar Observatories, 294
Horse in Motion, Conventional Representation of, F. Galton, International Meteorology, 370
F.R.S., 228

International Hygienic Conference, Proposed, in Geneva, 67
Horticulture, Utilisation of Ants in, Prof. C. V. Riley, 126 Intestinal Movements, Peristaltic, 43
Horticulture, Belgian, 280

Invertebrate Zoology, Handbook of, W. K. Brooks, Prof.
Hoskyns-Abrahall (Rev. John), Meteors, 125

Lankester, F.R.S., 548
Hospitalier (E.), Modern Applications of Electricity, 209, 352 Iridium, Process for Melting, 585
Hovgaard (Lieut. A.), "Nordenskjöld's Arctic Voyage Round Iron and Steel Institute, Annual Meeting of, 17; Autumn
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Meeting of, 351, 509, 530
“Howard Medal,” Statistical Society's Prize, 584

“Irrawaddi River, Report on,” Major Allan Cunningham, 172
Howitt (A. W.), Australian Aborigines, 452

Iserlohn Technical School, Exhibition at Gresham College of
Huddersfield Fungi Exhibition, 612

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Hufner, Diffusion Experiments with Gases on Hydrophane of Isomeric and Metameric Compounds, Comparative Action of,
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Huggins (W., F.R.S.), Photographic Spectrum of Comet Isomorphous substances, Dilatation of, M.Spring, 306; Pettersson
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Hulme (F. E., F.S.A.), Worked Examination Questions in Italian Census, 258
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Italian Antarctic Expedition, Wreck of, 378
Hutton (Prof. F. W.), On Biology in an Arts' Curriculum, Ivory, Artificial, 585

Human Race, Contributions to the History of the Development
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Jackson (Lewis D'A.), “Modern Metrology,” 55

Kopp (Dr. Hermann), How may Clouds consisting of Liquid or
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Britten, 417; Vegetable Technology, Jas. Britten, 417 Korean Ethnology, A. H. Keane, 344
Jahn, Density of Bromine Vapour, 567

Kösen, Flectric Lighting of, 611
Jamaica Petrel; Consul E. L. Layard, 177

Kosmic Order, Law of : An Investigation of the Physical
Jamieson (Jas.), Influence of Light on Development of Bacteria, Aspect of Time, Robert Brown, 79

Kreuzwald (Dr.), Death of, 470
Jamieson (T. F.), Oscillations of Sea Level, 319

Krichenbauer, “Theogonie und Astronomie, 341
Jamin and Maneuvrier, Experiment on Inverse Electromotive Kruss (G.), Spectroscopic Method for determining Chemical
force in voltaic arc, 308

Action in Solution containing two or more Coloured Salls,
Janssen's Photographs of Eclipse, 88

Japan, Seismological Literature of, 17; Earth-Tremors in,

Prof. John Milne, 125; School in, 184; Handbook for
Travellers in Central and Northern, Satow and Hawes, 290 ;

Lacustrine Canoe (?) found, 67, 114
Asiatic Society of, 306; Japanese Progress, Col. H. S. Palmer, | Lagarde (M. de), Origin of x in Mathematics, 305
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Warning Service in, 414 ; Earthquake Phenomena of, Prof. Lakanal Statue at Serres, 446
TMilne, 464 i Japanese Cotton, 542 ; Seismology in, Prof. Lake-dwellers, new Discoveries at Neuchatel, bearing on,
J. Milne ; 627

Javanese “Gamelon,” 471

Lake Maggiore, Protistological Analysis of, Prof. Maggi,
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Jeffreys (Dr. J. Gwyn, F.R.S.), “Land and Freshwater Mol. “ La Lampe Soleil” in the Royal Exchange, 208

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Stufe in der Oesterreichisch-Ungarischen Monarchie,” Von
B. Hornes and M. Auinger, 149

“Land and Fresh-water Mollusca of India," Dr. J. Gwyn
Jenisei, A. E. Nordenskjold,Expedition to the, 447

Jeffreys, F.R.S., 53
Jenkinson (Rev. T. B.), “Amazulu, the Zulus, their Past Langley Point, Sea-Shore Alluvion, J. B. Redman, 30

History, Manners, Customs, and Language,” &c., 522 Langley (Prof.), Mount Whitney Expedition, 314
Jevons (W. S. F.R.S.), Solar-Commercial Cycle, 226; Death Lankester (Prof. E. Ray, F.R.S.), Dredging in the Norwegian
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Fjords, 478 ; Brooks' Handbook of Invertebrate Zoology,
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"Johns Hopkins University, Studies from the Biological Larden (W.), Recent Magnetic Storm and Aurora, 571; The
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Johnson (James Yate) New and very Rare Fish from the Larynx, Anästhesia of, by Carbonic Acid, Brown Séquard,
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Johnson (Prof. Alex.) Newton, Wollaston and Fraunhofer's Lawrie (A, P.), “Cuprous Chloride Cell,” 126
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“Law of Kosmic Order : an Investigation of the Physical
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Aspect of Time," Robert Brown, 79
Johnston-Lavis (N.), Earthquake in Naples, 151 ; Diary of Lawrence (Edwin), An Insect attacking a Worm, 549
Vesuvius, Jan. I to July 16, 1882, 455

Lay of last Vortex-atom, 297
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“Journal de Physique,” 22, 166, 312, 519

Lecky (R. I.), Cailletet's Gas condensing Lamp, 343
“ Journal of the Franklin Institute," 46, 94, 262, 286, 448, Leclanché (M. Georges), Death of, 529
519, 640

Lefroy (Sir J. H.), The Comet, 623
"Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society," 70

L’Electricité on Progress of Electrical Science, 280
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Lemström (Dr.), Measurements of Terrestrial Currents, 479
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Leslie (Alexander), Death of, 184
Journal of Botany, 286

Leverrier Telescope, Resilvering of Mirror of, 446
Joyeux's Plagioscope, 635

Levy (Maurice), Electrical Units, 308
Jupiter, Occultation of a Star by, 344

Lévy (M.), and F. Fouqué, “Synthèse des Mineraux and des

Roches,” 452

Lichtenburg Figures, 138
Kabath's Electric Accumulators, 180

Liebisch (Dr.), Geometrische Krystallographie, 266
Kant's (Immanuel), “Critique of Pure Reason,” R. B. Haldane, Light, Influence of, on Development of Bacteria, Jas. Jamieson,
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Light, Velocity of White and Coloured, G. Forbes, 465
Kastner (F.), Death of, 304 ; the Father of, 415

Lighthouse, Opening of New Eddystone, 89
Keane (A. H.), on the discovery of Stone Implements at Mount Lighthouses, Prof. W. Swan, 522

Pisgab, U.S.A., 160; “ Unexplored Baluchistan, Survey of Lightning Conductors, R. Anderson, 557
a Route through Mekrán, Bashkurd, Persia, Turkistan, and Lime, “Getting” Coal by Means of Caustic, W. Galloway,
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of Liquid State of Matter, J. B. Hannay, 370
Man, 341; Korean Ethnology, 344; “Six Months in Persia,” Limulus, Dr. H. A. Hagen, 126
Edward Stack, 500; Aino Ethnology, 524.

Linenam, (W. I.), The Recent Aurora, 548
Kepler's Works, Cheap issue of Fisch's Edition, 88

Linguistic, Trübner's Catalogue of Languages and Dialects of
Kew Gardens, “Marianne North” Gallery of Paintings of the World, 258
“ Plants and their Homes,” W. Botting Hemsley, 155

Linnean Society, 118, 143, 166, 214
Kinahan, G. H., Megaceros Hibernicus in Peat, 246

Linnean Society of New South Wales, 640
Kinch (Prof.), Soy Bean, 447

Liouville (M. Joseph), Death of, 479
King (Prof. W.), Jointing of Rocks and the Channel Tunnel, Liquid State of Matter, Limit of, J. B. Hannay, 370

Little (Prof.), “Rotations,” 447
King's College London, Lectures on Agriculture at, 510

Liver-Fluke, Life-History of, H. P. Thomas, 606
Kingsford (Mrs. Anna), Vivisection, 8

Liverpool Naturalist's Field Club, Proceedings of, 258
Klein (Dr. E.), Cause of Tuberculosis, 13

Liveing (Prof. G. D., F.R.S.), Opening Address in Section B at
Koenig's Experiments in Acoustics, 203, 275

the British Association at Southampton, 402


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