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E., O. St. Petersburg letter, 430, 492.
E., S. Hypnotism, 501.
Earth, shrinkage of crust of, 220.
Earthquake shocks, 510.
Earthquakes in Bengal, 159; Iceland, 51;

New Guinea, 117; at sea, 110, 180;
Spanish, 393; in Switzerland, 59; in

Victoria, B.C., 558.
EATON, H. W. Voss-Holtz electrical

machine, 338.
Ebbinghaus's Experiments in memory,

Fisher, C. H., on statistics of consumption

in Rhode Island, 512.
Flash language, American, 283.
FLETCHER, Alice C. An average day in

camp among the Sioux, 285; an evening
in camp among the Omahas, 88.
Fletcher, A. C., on a Sioux camp, 233; war

customs of Omahas, 231.
Flexure of transit instruments, 205, 387.
Flood Rock explosion, 315, 325, 320, 335,

353, 131.
Flora of Nantucket and Martha's Vine-

yard, 363.
Florida, miocene deposits in, 82.
Fol, H., on evidence of tail in man, 92.
Food, application of science to production

and consumption of, 231.
Food-fishes, co-operation in preserving,

420.
Foods, human, 235.
Forbes on poisonous waters in Keeling

Islands, 369.
Forestry congress, 181, 312.
Formative force of organisms, 4.
Formosa, 280.
France, height in, ill. 523.
FRANKLIN, Christine L. Science in com-

mon schools, 289.
FRANKLIN, F. Newcomb's Political econ-

omy, 495, 538.
FRAZER, P. International geological con-

gress at Berlin, 540.
French academy in its origin, 105; growth

of, 1035-1895, 190; use of, 281; associa.
tion for the advancement of science, 99;
expeditions, 259.
Freud's Coca. 119.
Friction and lost work, 275.
Fright, effect of, 550.
Fritsch's Permian reptiles of Bohemia,

reviewed, 97.
Fruit, influence of locality upon, 193.
Fungi, 277.
Fungoid growth on spider, 409.
G. An unreliable treatise on disinfec-

tants, 5.10.
G., A. Insular floras, 297.
GAGE, S. H. The limitations and value of

histological investigation, 226.
GAGE, S. H. and S. P. Aquatic respiration

of soft-shelled turtles, 283.
Gage, S. H. and S. P., on aquatic respira-

tion of turtles, 225.
Gagem on the ascent of Popocatapeti, 390.
Galton, F. Types and their inheritance.

268.
Galveston, deep water at, 215.
GANNETT, H. The magnetic declination

in 1728, 283.
GARDINER, F., jun. An Arizona natural

bridge, ill. 67
Gas, natiral, geology of, 42. 184; in Illi.

nois, 520; wells, 441; of Ohio, 220.
Gastric juice injected in blood of animals,

409.
Gee. See Stewart and Gee.
Geikie's Geology, reviewed, 298.
Geographical education in England, 78,

538; news, 157; notes, 50, 71, 134, 311,
356, 380, 426, 148, 188, 515, 554; orthog.
raphy, reform in, 110; society of

Russia, 430.
Geographies, new series of, 557.
Geography, some works on, 298; study of,

319.
Geological annual, 159, 185; changes in

New South Wales, 320; congress at Ber-
lin, 138, 333, 376, 520, 510; history, con.
tradictions in, 41; map of Europe, 377;

survey of Canada, 521.
Geology and geography section of Ameri-

can association, 219; of Japan, 13; Ohio,
257; natural gas, 42, 181; recent progress
in, 217; some works on, 298; of the Vir.

ginias, 17.
German physicians, fourth congress of,

395; possessions in Africa, 40; univer-

sities, map, 2H.
Germination studies, 224.
Germs, effect of sunlight on, 475.
Gestation in horned toad, 185.
Gilbert, G. K., on old shore-line of Lake

Ontario, 922.
Gilchrist trust, lectures under, 383.

GILL, T. Man's ancestry, 162.
Gillman, H., on burial customs, 233.
Ginkgo, etymology of, 84.
Ginkgo-tree, 4, 44, 103, 243.
Girard on composition of wheat grain, 415.
Glacial action in Canada. 388; pendulum

in Switzerland, 42; region, Norwegian,

135.
Glaciation of Lackawanna valley, 221.
Glaciers, ill. 56; Swiss, 42, 59.
Glass, explosion of, 452; toughened, 293.
Goethe and vegetable morphology, 130.
Gold in Borneo, 119; near Constantinople,

572.
Goodale's Physiological botany, reviewed,

171.
GOODE, G. B. The care of pamphlets, 337;

recent Challenger monographs, 526.
Gottsche's travels, 119.
Government, city, 236; science, 536; and

the scientific bureaus, 530.
Grandidier on gigantic bird of Madagas.

car, 418.
Gravity determinations in and near Japan,

319.
Gray, Dr. Asa, 160; his seventy-fifth birth-

day, ill. 465, 477.
Gray's Explorations of east coast of

Greenland, 448.
GRAY, E. P. Calendar reform, 408.
Great Basin region, reconnoissance in, 58.
Greely, A.W., arctic explorations of, 463;

rescue of, 278.
Greenland, east coast of, visited, 418 ; ex-

ploration of, 558; native iron in, 280.
Guatemala, pre-Columbian history of, 514.
Günther's Geophysik, reviewed, 299.
Gutta-percha, substitute for, 160.
HAGEN, H. A. An old work on political

economy, 562.
HAGUE, A. The decay of the obelisk, 510.
Haight, S. S., on accurate standards for

surveyors' chains, 215.
HALE, X. Ethnography of antarctic Amer.

ica, 92.
Hale, il., on the Blackfoot tribes, 456.
Hall, A. Height of land in Connecticut, 4;

Reineke Fuchs in political economy, 563.
HALLETT, H. S. Exploration in Indo-

China, ill. 106.
Hamy's Mexican ethnology, reviewed, 105.
Hann, J., on the laws of temperature in

the Austrian Alps, 459.
Hanno's voyage, 188.
Hare. See Woodhead and Hare.
Harkness, W., on flexure of transit in-

struments, 205, 387; the silver question,

237.
HARRINGTON, M. W. Lost rivers, 205.
Harrison, Sir J. P., on the great toe, 452.
Hartwell, E. M., on physical training in

Germany, 531.
Harvard college observatory, 556; bequest

reviewed, 198.
Ebstein on corpulence, 395.
Eclipse, solar, of Sept. 9, 419.
Economic association, 239; essays, 111;

science and statistics, section of Ameri-

can association, 78, 235.
Edelweiss, cultivation of, 80; protection

of, 120.
Edinger on anatomy of nervous system,

407.
Edison, Thomas Alva, portrait, 145.
Edlefsen on acute articular rheumatism,

896.
Education and health of women, 311.
Educational association of Nipon, 370;

meeting in Boston, 351.
Edwards's Butterflies of North America,

reviewed, 307.
Eligy mounds in Iowa, ill. 453.
Egleston, T., on decay of building-stonés,

14.
Egypt, stone implements in, 119.
Election excitement versus brains, 551.
Elective studies at Harvard, 499.
Electrical engineering school in Boston,

150; fire, ball of, 338; light industry,
government interference with, in Eng-
Tand, 537; lighting, 238; machine, 338,
363; measuring apparatus, 151, 283; rail-
way, 180; at Frankfort, ill. 210 ; in New
York, ill. 148; wires underground, 373.
Electrotechnical handbook, H7.
Elevation of earth's surface, causes of, 387.
Elizabeth Thompson fund, 141, 144, 121.
Elkın's work at Yale college observatory,

98.
Elliott, E. B., on electric lighting, 238;

the silver question, 237,
Ellis's West African Islands, reviewed,

306.
Elting, I., on Dutch village-communities

of the Hudson, 250.
Embryology, suggestion from, 481.
Encken on unity of mental life, 452.
Encyclopaedia Britannica on Greely's ex-

plorations, 463.
Endowment for research, 144.
Engelhardt on Admiral von Wrangell, 417.
Engineers, American society of civil, 13.
England, geographical instruction in, 78.
Ensilage in England, 500.
Entomology, economic, in Illinois, 261; in

the national museum, 445.
Equatorial currents in solar and planetary

atmospheres, 516.
Eskimo' compared with languages of

northern Asia, 300.
Ethical theory, types of, 136.
Ethnography of antarctic America, 92.
Ethnology, Mexican, 405.
Europe, geological map of, 377.
Evolution through attack and defence, 339.
Exploration in Indo-China, ill. 106.
Explosions as a means of propulsion, 374;

mine, 117.
Eye, development of, ill. 194.
Eyesight and civilization, 195.
Factory hours in England, 40.
Fanning's water-supply for New York, 72.
FARNSWORTH, P. J. The English spar-

row, 541.
Faroe Islands, 555.
FERREL, W. The temperature of the

moon, 541.
Ferret, American, ill. 519.
Fertilization, cross, in Campa ameri-

cana, 225.
Fever, means of combating, 395.
Finland, 515.
Fiords, formation of, 280.
Fish, mortality of, 373; sleep of, 506.
Fish-culture, advance in, 353; stations in

Switzerland, 160.

to, 1, 384; elective studies at, 499.
HAYWARD, S. Color and other associa-

tions, iN. 338.
Hazen, H. A., on hygrometers and psy.

chrometers, 387.
Health, public, 38; chemistry in the ser-

vice of, 208; maxims of, 75.
Heat, obscure, 143,
Hehn and Stally brass's Wanderings of

plants and animals, reviewed, 420.
Height in France, Ill. 523.
HELLPRIN, Angelo. The classification

and paleontology of the U. S. tertiary
deposits, 83.
Heim's Glaciers, reviewed, 56.
Helix cantiana, 418.
Hemsley's Botany of the Challenger, re-

viewed, 297.
HENNING, G. C. The English sparrow, 498.
HENSHAW, S. Coleoptera of America, 154.
Henshaw's List of American Coleoptera,

382.
HERRICK, F. H. An abnormal black bass,

ill. 23; carnivorous habits of the
striped squirrel, 338.
Hicks, H., on bone-caves in Wales, 53.
Hicks, L. E., on Dakota group in Nebras.

ka, 221.
HIGGINSON, T. W. American flash lan-

guage again, 283.
HILGARD, E. W. Absorption of mercurial

le

+

Irving and Van Hise on crystalline form

of quartz grains, 140.
Island, new, in Pacific Ocean, 555.
Italian African society, 50.
Italy, area of, 135.
J., J. Illustrations of recent Italian psy.

chology, 413 ; productiveness, 479 ;
racial characteristics of Jews, ill. 322;

some reaction-time studies, 458.
J., W. Experiments in memory, 198;

Lipp's psychological studies, 308.
JACQU'ES, W. W. Underground wires, 6.
Jagnaux's Mineralogy, reviewed, 16.
JAMES, E.J. Newcomb's Political econ-

vapor by soils, 497; the classification and
paleontology of the U. S. tertiary de-
posits, 14.
Hilgard, J. E., and his work, 139.
Hill, c. S., on statistical analysis, 237.
Histological investigations, 226.
Histology and microscopy section of

American association, 27.
Historical association, 249.
HITCHCOCK, C.H. The latest slides in the
White Mountains, 306; the recent land-

slide in the White Mountains, ill. 84.
Hitchcock, E., on Mastodon skeleton, 450.
Hoek on the challenger Cirripedia, 527,
Hog cholera, 532.
Hogg. A., on deep water at Galveston,

Tex., 215.
HOLDEN, E. S. The care of pamphlets,

386; color and other associations, 242.
Holden, E. S., 398.
Hollick on Mitchella repens, 109.
Hooker, Sir J., 537.
Hooper's Cruise of the Corwin, reviewed,

425.
Hornaday's Travels in Borneo, reviewed,

472.
Horse-breeding, 447.
Hough, G. W., on improvements in print-

ing-chronograph, 205.
Howe's Atlas of biology, reviewed, 462.
Howe, H. M. The Clapp-Griffiths Besse-

mer plant, 342.
Hoyt, J. W., on re-organization of U. S.

executive departinents, 237.
HUBBARD, G. G. The Kongo Free State,

тар, 163.
Hubbard, G. W., on statistics of negroes,

237.
Hudson Bay expedition, 98, 350.
HUGGINS, W. An attempt to photograph

the corona, 362.
Huliva's Water-supply of Breslau, 34.
Humanism in study of nature, 61.
Hunt, E. M., on sanitary and statistical

nomenclature, 512.
Huperz on lungen gympastik, 406.
Hurricanes, West Indian, 260.
Haxley, T. H., 331, 537; on Darwin, por

trait, 10.
Hyatt, A. Cruise of the Arethusa, 381.
Hybridization of plants, 224.
Hydrographic surveys, 118.
Hydrophobia, 312, 398, 467; as a nervous

disease, 508.
Hygiene, 278; exhibition of, 36.
Hygrometers, 387.
Hygrometry in the signal service, 536.
Hypnotism, 280, 504.
I., H. C. Star catalogues, 408.
Icebergs and temperature of sea, 118.
Iceland, 357 ; earthquake in, 51.
Illinois, economic entomology in, 261.
Immortality in modern thought, 126.
Incandescent lamps on railways, 153.
India, meteorites in, 333; names

of
mountains in, 280.
Indian commerce, 180 ; superstition, 59.
Indiana state academy of sciences, 302,

490.
Indicator springs, testing, 215.
Indo-China, exploration in, ill. 106.
Industries, Alaskan, 357, 427 ; Siberian,

318.
Infectious diseases, 299.
INGERSOLL, E. Canadiun plains, 565 ; the

plains of British America, 468.
Ingersoll, E., on the effect of settlement

of America upon its wild animals, 416.
Inoculation, anthrax, 120; for yellow-

fever, 535.
Inscription rocks of Monhegan, 124.
Insular floras, 297.
Insurance, fire, 136.
International convention of science as-

sociations, 203 ; geological congress,
158, 333, 376, 520, 540; inventions exhi.
bition, in London, 383, 429 ; medical
congress, 61 ; sanitary conference at

Rome, 101.
Iron industry of Russia, 452 ; native, in

Greenland, 280 ; ores, 290.
Iroquois clans, 231.
Irrigation of the interior of New South

Wales, 551.

omy, 470, 495, 517 : recent land legisla-

tion in England, 455.
JAMES, J. F. An abnormal Rudbeckia,

ill. 103 ; the English sparrow, 497.
James, J. F., on leaves of the pitcher-

plant, 296.
Japan, agriculture in, 314; atlas of, 558;

geology of, 13; gravity determinations

in, 319.
Japanese literature, Roman alphabet in,

158 ; patent law, 79.
Jastrow, J. Composite portraiture, 163,

283 ; infant psychology, 435.
Java, puppet-shows in, 251.
Jenkins, É. H., on method of estimating

phosphoric acid, 248.
Jewish quarter in Rome, destruction of,

60.
Jews, racial characteristics of, ill. 392.
Joest's Around Africa, reviewed, ill. 114.
Johns Hopkins university, physics at,

547.
Johnson's Surveying, reviewed, 356.
Johnson, H. N., bequest of, 557.
Johnston, H. H., on an African smithy,

ill. 347.
Journalists, reputation of Washington,

301.
Jumbo, 362.

K. Physics at Johns Hopkins, 547.
Kaan, H., on hypnotism, 20.
Kane's European butterflies, 535.
Keeling Islands, poisonous waters in, 369.
Kittler's Electrotechnical handbook, re-

viewed, 447.
KOBELT, W. Colonization in Algeria, 317.
Körösi's Comfort and longevity, re-

viewed, 37.
Kolbe, C. W., on laboratory practice, 212.
Kongo, 177 ; climate of, 100; conference,

history of, 157 ; expedition to, 79; Free
State, map. 163, 244.
Korean curios, 3.
Korthals. See Bréon and Korthals.
Kowak River, exploration of, 380.
Krakatoa eruption, results of, ill. 291.
Krause's Biography of Darwin, reviewed,

276.
KUNZ, G. F. Korean curios, 3.
Kunz, G. F., on minerals from new local-

ities, 222; petrified eyes. 410.
Kurile Islands, sea-level of, 120.
Labor statistics of Massachusetts, 389.
Laboratory practice, initiatory work for,

211.
La Flesche, F., on relationship among

Omahas, 232.
Land legislation in England, 455.
Land-slide in the White Mountains, ill. 84.
Langley, J. W., on chemism, 211; peces-

sity of knowledge of molecular physics

to teach chemistry, 212.
LANGLEY, S. P. False report of the fall

of a meteorite in western Pennsylva-

nia, 336.
Langley, S. P., on invisible radiations,

208 ; temperature of moon's surface,

412, 443
Lankester, E. R., 537.
Lapland, height of mountains in, 515.
Lathe as instrument of precision, 215.
Latitude, change in, 118.
Latour's Chaleur animale, 535.
Laughlin's Study of political economy,

reviewed, 5:34.
Lea, sanitary condition of, 334.
LECONTE, Joseph. Earthquake shocks

more violent on the surface than in

mines, 540; immortality in morter
thought, 126 ; the results of chal prope-

gation on the Atlantic coast, 5D.
Legislation, land, in England, 453.
Lehmann's Consumptive period, 35.
Lena polar station, 492.
LESLEY, J. P. Address before Aperice

association, 168.
Lepidoptera, collection of, 50.
Lettuce, 193.
LEWIS, T. H. Efigy mounds in Iows i.

4.53.
Lick observatory, ill. 186, 398, 428, 566 :

crown disk for, 181 ; future of, 181.
Liebermeister, C., on infectious disesses,

09.
Light in deep sea, 19; method for deter-

mining unit of, 183.
Lightning, injury to monament bv, ill.

238 ; and the Washington monument.

383.
Limhs, development of, 409.
Linguistic studies, 262.
Lipp's Psychological studies, reviewed.

303.
Lockington, W. N., on causes of elev.

tion of earth's surface, 387.
Locusts, injury by, 236.
Logic, study of, in scientific schools, 2
Lomb prizes, 534.
London fog, 494.
Longevity and comfort, 37.
Longitude signals to Mexico, 405.
Longitudes, coast-survey system of, 474.
Loomis, E. Contributions to meteorology,

62 ; low-pressure areas, 79.
Lucy-Fossarieu's Ethnography of

tarctic America, reviewed, 92.
Lumsden on Afghan tribes, il. 69.
Lungen gymnastik, 406.
LUQUER, T. T. P. Color and other asso-

ciations, ill. 337.
Luxor, excavation of temple of, ill. 370.
LYMAN, B. Smith, The etymology of

ginkgo, 84.
M. Laying a cable, 245.
M., A. "The mini' e, 513.
M., C. S. Has n u tail! 92.
Mabery, C. F..

laboratory practice,
211. See wles and Mabery.
McAdams, h . Indian mounds in De-

kota, 232.
McBRIDE, T. H. Vegetable morphology

a century ago. - Goethe, 130.
McDonald on shad propagation, 433.
Macedonia, nationalities of, 451.
MCFARLAND, W. Flood Rock explosion,

431.
McGill college, science at, 374.
MCINTOSH, W. C. Phosphorescence of

marine animals, 295.
McKendrick on the action of cold on

microphytes, 393.
McMath, R. E. Velocity and sediment, 2.
Mad stone, 123, 163.
Madagascar, gigantic bird of, 418.
Magazines, scientific articles in, 120, 180,

490.
Magnetic constants of steel cruisers, 361;

declination in 1728, 214, 283.
Magnetism, terrestrial, in Ru ia, 131.
Malthus and his work, 567.
Mammals, aestivation of, 402.
Man, ancestry of, 162; evidence of tail

in, 81, 92; and mastodon, 375.
Mangrove mud in Brazil, 120.
MANN, B. P. The care of pamphlets.

407, 432.
Map of Europe, geological, 377.
Maple sirup, crystals in, 520, 539.
Maps of North America, inaccuracy of,

529.
Marsh, 0. C., on Dinocerata, 454; size of

brains of extinct vertebrates, 360.
Martha's Vineyard, cable to, 545; flora of,

303.
Martin, Miss L. J., on laboratory prac-

tice, 212.
Martinean's Types of ethical theory, re-

viewed, 136.
Massachusetts labor statistice, 389; teach.

ers' associations, 450.
Mastodon and man, 375; Skeleton near

Geneva, N.Y., 150.

omy, 495.

Mathematical prize. 259; research, com- Nantucket, cable to, 545; flora of, 363.

parative activity of different nations in, National academy of sciences, 419, 443,
181.

419; chemical laboratory suggested, 536;
Mathematics and astronomy section of univereity, 509, 539.
American association, 204.

Natural history, standard, 74.
Matter, properties of, 96.

Nautical almanacs, amalgamation of, 160.
Maxwell's demons, 83.

Navigation, aerial, 20.
Measurements, standards of, 215.

Nebula in Andromeda, new star in, 247.
Mechanical engineering at Cornell, 406; 310, 339, 473; spectrum of, ill. 262. 333,

methods of teaching, 216; section of 336.
American association, 78, 214.

Negroes, statistics of, 237.
Mediaeval universities, 460.

Nervous system, anatomy of, 407.
Medicine in the middle ages, ill. 40. Neumann and Partsch's Physical geog.
Mees, C. L., on laboratory practice, 212. raphy of Greeee, reviewed, 299.
MEIGS, M. C. Ball of electric fire, 338; New England meteorological society, 490;
the

Washington nonument and the meteorology in, 357.
lightniny stroke of June 5, 63.

New Grenada, resources of, 311.
Melon's From Palermo to Tunis, ré-

New Guinea, earthquakes in, 117; Ger-
viewers, 447.

man-English boundaries in. 60.
Memory, experiments in, 198.

New Princeton review, the, 551.
MENDENHALL, T. C. The explosion at New South Wales, geological changes in,
Flood Rock. 326.

320; irrigation of the interior of, 551.
Mendenhall, T. C., on reaction time, 387; New York convocation of university of,
voltmeters, 387.

61; electric railway in, il. 148; micro-
Mental life, unity of, 452; suggestion, scopical society, 410; water-supply, 72.
451.

NEWCOMB, S. Newcomb's Political econ-
Mercurial vapor, absorption of, by soils,
197.

Newcomb, S., on the astronomical day,
Metallurgy, progress in, 525.

444; Political economy, 470, 495, 517,
Meteoric iron from West Virginia, 563.

538.
Meteorites, false report of, 323, 336; in Newton, Hubert A., portrait, 161; effect
India, 333.

of small bodies passing near a planet
Meteorological notes, 556; observations, on planet's velocity, 204.

curious, 279; observatory on Ben Nevis, Nice, astronomical work at, 350; observa-
ill. 459; observatory, floating, 117; rec- tory, floating dome of, ill. 80.
ords, telemetric aid to, 194; station in Nichols, E. L., on spectrum of unclouded
New Guinea, 159.

sky, 207.
Meteorology in New England, 357.

Nichols, W.R. Chemistry in the ser-
Meteors abundant Aug. 10, 142; Biela, vice of public health, 208.

489, 196, 519, 554; bright, 197; fall of, at Nipon central educational association,
sea, 59; November, 29, 428.

370.
Mexican ethnology: 405.

Nitrogen, determination of, 249.
MEYER, O. The classitication and pale. Nomenclature, chemical, 368; river, 321;

ontology of the l'. S. tertiary deposits, sanitary, 512
1 43.

Nordenfelt submarine boat, ill. 394.
MICHELS, J. The English sparrow,541. North Carolina coal-fielde, 548.
Michie's Life of Gen..? non, reviewed, Norway, northern, 515.
101.

Norwegian tiords, 200; glacial region,
Michigan university, bie yin, 359,

135.
Micro-biology, recent hutions to November meteors, 279, 428.
literature of, 124.

Number-babit, 233.
Microbe, cholera, 154, 196.

Nuremberg, exhibition of metal work at,
Microphytes, action of cold on, 393.

158.
Micropterus -almoides, ill. 243.
MILLER, G. S. Color and other associa- 0., E. The swindling geologist, 453.
tions. 213.

Obeli-k, the decay of the, 510,
Mimicry among Mollusca, 9.

Observatory, floating, meteorological, 117.
Mind-cure, 513.

Octopus, arms of, 132.
Mineral products of United States, 99; Ohio geology, 257.
resources of Askabad, 359.

Ohm standard:, 436.
Minerals from new localities, 222.

Oil-wells of Ohio, 20.
Mines, earthquake shocks in, 540; loss of Omahas, evening in camp among, 88;
life in, 338.

relationship among, 232; war customs
Mixot, C. S. Color associations with the of, 231.

months. 82; the formative force of or- Ontario, Lake, old shore-line ol, 222.
ganisms, t; a new endowment for re- Orinoco, expedition on, 135 ; travels on,
search, 141; physiology of the brain. 521. 336.
Minot, C.S., on death, 126; morphology Orion, new star in, 536, 558.

of supra-renal capsules, 226; number: Ornithology, economic, 78, 259.
babii, 23:3.

Orthography, geogruphical, 110.
Miocene deposits, 82.

ORTON, E. Problems in the study of coal,
Mitchella repens, 409.

with a sketch of recent progressive
Mirage on Lake Wettern, 138.

geology, 212.
Molecular physics and theoretical chem- Orton, E., on Ohio gas and oil wells, 220 ;
istry, 212

Report on Ohio geology, reviewed, 257.
Mollusca, mimicry among, 9.

OSBORN, H. L. Mimicry among marine
Monbegan, inscription rocks on, 124.

Mollusca, 9.
Monk Island, 305.

Ovary of dicotyledons, 226.
Moon's surface, temperature of, 412, 413, Oxidation processes in animal tissues,
541.

508.
Morphology, vegetable, 130.

Oxus, old bed of, 516.
Morris, C., on evolution through attack Oxygen, liquefaction of, ill. 51 ; manu.
and defence, 339.

Pamphlets, care of, 337, 386, 407, 432.
Panama canal, 421, 503.
Paneth, J., on irritability of cerebral cor-

tex, 521.
Paper blocks for masonry, 484.
Parallax of 40 02 Eridani, 358.
Paris exhibition of industry, 158 ; tele-

phone in, map, 110.
Pasteur and hydrophobia, 312, 398, 467 :

Newark mad dog. 508.
Patagonia, Argentine expeditions into,

157.
Patent law, Japanere, 79.
PATRIOT. The Kongo Free State, 214.
Paui, H. M. The Biela comet meteor-

stream, 519; Flood Rock explosion, 431;
recent gravity determinations in and
near Japan, 319; reform in our calendar,
324; stars in rapid motion, 483: tempera-
inre of the moon's surface, 412; timing

the Flood Rock explosion, 325.
PEABODY, F. G. Types of ethical theory

136.
Pear-blight, 225.
Peirce, C. S., and U. S. coast survey,

158.
Pennsylvania geological survey, 41, 100 ;

paleozoic sediments of, 221.
Peptoue, absorption and assimilation of,

116.
Perez on infant psychology, 435.
Perkins, G. H., on stone axe in Champlain

valley, 233.
Personal eqnation, 449.
Perthes' services to geography, 398.
Peruvian reptiles, 97.
Petrified eyes, 410.
Petroleum in Caucasus, 313.
Philadelphia academy of natural sciences,

3:39, 363, 387, 109, 557.
Philology, the new, 366.
Philosophy, the new, 474.
Phosphorescence of marine animals, 295.
Phosphoric acid, method of estimating,

248.
Photographing solar corona, 131, 362,

387.
Photography, books on, 426 ; composite,

ill. 507; prize in, 476; stellar, 443.
Photometers, 473.
Phrynosoma, gestation in, 185,
Physical science, lectures on. 96; text-

books, 96; training in Germany, 531.
Physicians, fourth congress of German,

395.
Physics, elementary, 96 ; at Johns Hop-

kins, 517; section of American associa.

tion. 206.
Pickering, E. C., on stellar photography,

413.
PICKERING. W. H. An attempt to photo.

graph the solar corona withont
eclipse, 131, 362, 387: the color of the
sky, 316; a method for determining the

unit of light, 183.
PICKERNELL, F. A. The electric railway

in New York, ill. 118.
Pitcher-plant, leaves of, 296.
Pilot chari, improvements in, 279.
Plains of British America, 468; Canadian,

535
Planet, velocity of, 204.
Plants, diseases of, 156, 203; hybridization

of, 224.
Playfair, Sir L., on state aid to science,

325.
Plunkett's Women, plumbers, and doc-

tors, reviewed, 37.
PonLXAN, J. An American Silurian scor-

pion, ill. 183.
Point Barrow station, 446.
Poisonous meat, 119.
Polar station on the Lena, 492.
Poleck on dry-rot, 160.
Poléjaeff on the Challenger sponges, 527.
Political economy method of teaching:

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facture of, 99.
Mosquitoes 08. trout, 197.

Oysters, culture of, 465 ; natural enemies
Mounds in Dakota, 232; effigy, in Iowa, of, 392; propagation and cultivation of,
ill. 453.

437.
Mount Baker, eruptions of, 262.

Ozone in the atmosphere, 302.
Mountain structure, trend and crustal
surplusage in, 20.

Paine bequest, 1, 384.
Mountains in Lapland, height of, 515. Paint-cup, Indian, 3.
Mourning, forms of, 407.

Palmer, G. H., on elective studies at
Murray on mosquitoes vs. trout, 197.

Harvard, 499.
Museum economy, 82; educational, of Palmer's Edible and poisonous fungi,
vertebrates, 222.

reviewed. 277.
MYERS, D. Mcteuric activity, Aug. 10, 112. Palpi of insects, 475.

531; Newcomb', 470, 495, 517. 538 ; old
work on, 562 ; recent progress in, 111;
Reineke Fuchs in, 563; science in

France, 482 ; 'scientists,' 253.
Pollution, river, 27.
Polygonum, hybridity in, 180.
Popocatapetl, ascent of, 390.
Portolano, Italian, of the sixteenth cen-

tury, 250.

Sa 2001

545; 2003

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SCIENCE. INDEX TO VOLUME VI.

Portugal, cartographic work in, 59.
Portuguese children, songs of, 311.
Potash fertilizers, 260; method of estimat-

ing, 249.
Potassic hydrate and alum, reaction be-

tween, 211,
POTEAT, W. L. Untimely death of a

chipping-sparrow. 63.
POWELL, E. P. Color and other associa-

tions, 338; science in common schools,

336.
Prehistoric remains in Switzerland, 20.
Prescott, A. B., on laboratory practice,

211.
President, message of, 507; and Professor

Agassiz, 302.
Pressure-motor, universal form of, 214.
Prices from 1873 to 1884, 365.
Prize of Berlin society for advancement

of manufacture, 119; mathematical, 259;

in photography, 476.
Prizes, Lomb, 534.
Proceedings of societies, 339, 363, 387, 409.
Productiveness, 419.
Prony-brake, 216.
Psychical research, western society for,

78.
Psychological studies, 308.
Psychology, advances in French, 398 ; in-

fant, 135; Italian, 413.
Psychrometers, 587.
Publications, new, 310, 364, 388.
PUMPELLY, R. Soils and health, 30.
Puppet-shows in Java, ill. 231.
Puritan, yacht, ill. 168.
Putnam, F. W. Man and the mastodon,

375.
Putorius nigripes, ill. 549.
Quarantines, 23.
Quartz grains in sandstones, 140.
Quaternary deposits of Illinois, 221.
R., C. Recent progress in political econ-

omy, 411.
R., R. An archeologist in trouble, 386.
Radiations, invisible, 206.
Railways in Burmah, 552; electric, 180,

ill. 240; in New York, ill. 148; English
and American, 14 ; incandescent lamps
on, 153.
Rainfall, relation of, to cholera, 532.
Randolph, L. S., on stay-bolts in boilers,

214.
RATHBUN, R. A crab invasion, 135.
Rauch, J. H. Chicago-River pollution,

27.
Rayleigh on civilization and eyesight,

195.
Reaction time, 387, 458.
REED, Sir E. J. The forms of ships, 52,

569.
Reemelin, C., on city government, 236.
Refraction, terrestrial, 333.
Reifsnyder, Elizabeth, medical work of,

in China, ill. 570.
REILLY, F. W. How to deal with yellow-

fever, 25.
REMSEN, Ira. City wells, 32.
Remsen's Organic chemistry, reviewed, 76.
Renal capsules, morphology of, 226.
Respiration in turtles, 325, 283.
Rheumatism, acute articular, 396.
Rhode Island, consumption in, 512.
Richards's explorations in East Africa,311.
RICHARDS, Eden H. Science in common

Rogers's Geology of the Virginias, re- tions of animal forms as shown in pot-
viewed, 17.

tery, ill. 266.
Rohé's Hygiene, reviewed, 278.

Siberian industries, 348; interest in geo-
Rome, international sanitary conference graphical explorations, 516; railway, 516.
at, 101.

Sibiriakoff's journey in Siberia, 157.
Rougerie's apparatus for artificial winds, Siemens, F., on toughened glass, 293.
462.

Siletz agency, 230.
Royal society of London, entrance to, 351, Silk-culture, 194; in the United States, 236.

407, 486; officers of, 537; presidency of, Silurian fossils from New York, 220; at
442.

Canaan, N.Y., 283; scorpion, ill. 87, ill.
Rudbeckia, abnormal, ill. 103.

183, 184.
RUHEIT, C. Color associations with the Silver question, 237.
months, ill. 142.

Sionx, in camp among, 233, 285.
RussELL, I. C. North Carolina coal-fields, Skulls of assassins and men of note, ill.
548.

72.
Russell, I. C., reconnoissance of, in the Sky, color of, 316; spectrum of, 207.
Great-Basin region, 58.

SLACK, F. M. Color and other associa-
Russia, geographical society of, 430; iron tions, 186.

industry of, 452; terrestrial magnetism Slave trade, 441.
in, 134; weather in, 430.

Sleep, activity of mind during, 314; of
RYDER, J. A. A new system of oyster-

fishes, 506.
culture, 465; the swimming habits of Slides in the White Mountains, ill. 84, 306,
the sunfish, ill. 103.

Small pox in Canada, 533; as a Canadiar
Ryder, J. A., on development of limbs, disease, 373.
409.

Smith, B., 140.

SMITH, T. Woodhead and Hare's Path
S., C. A. The magnetic declination in logical mycology, 316.
1728, 244.

Smith, T. See Salmon and Smith.
S., M. A. Doctors and their work, 571 ; Smithsonian price list of publications, 53

fourth congress of German physicians, Smoke-burning device, 215.
395.

Societies, calendar of, 310, 361, 410 ;
S., 0. T. The spectrum of y Cassiopeiae, learned, use and abuse of, 351 ; pro-

386 ; spectrum of the great nebula in ceedings of, 3:39, 363, 387, 409; scientific,
Andromeda, ill. 262, 336.

of America, 536,
St. Petersburg society of naturalists, 492. Society for promotion of agricultural
SALISBURY, R. D. The swindling geolo- science, 2, 78, 193.
gist, 408.

Soil, freezing of, 314.
Salmon, D. E., on virus of hog cholera, 532. Soils and health, 30.
Salmon, D. E., and Smith, T., on new Solar ring, 159.
chromogenous bacillus, 226.

Sorghum, extraction of sugar from, 524.
SAMPSON, F. A. A mad stone, 123.

South Kensington chair of natural his-
San Juan Teotihuacan, remains at, 231. tory, 382.
Sanborn, J. W., on customs of Senecas, SOUTHWICK, E. B. The ginkgo-tree, 243.
233.

Spanish earthqnakes, 393.
Sanitary condition of the Lea and Thames, Sparrow, English, 416, 478, 497, 520, 541,

331; conference, 101; nomenclature, 512. 563; untimely death of, 63.
Sanitation, household, 57; and science, 21. SPAULDING, R. The scenery of Arizona,
Saurian, brain and auditory organs of, 224. 44.
SAWYER, E. F. A new variable, 498. Spectral analysis of atmospheric ele-
SCHIMPFF, R. D. The Biela meteors, 519. ments, 418.
Schley and Soley's Rescue of Greely, re- Spectro · photometer and ophthalmo-
viewed, 278.

spectroscope, 208.
Schmitz's Consumptive period, reviewed, Spectrum of y Cassiopeiae, 386; of nebula
35.

in Andromeda, ill. 262, 333, 336; of sky,
School of botany, 21; for electrical engi- 207.
neering, 150.

Sprinklers, automatic, 215.
Schools, science in, 336.

Squall, singular, 450.
Schübeler on origin of cereals, 73.

Squirrel, habits of, 338.
Schuyler, E., on materials for American Stalactites, 318.
history in foreign archives, 250.

Stally brass. See Hehn and Stallybrass.
Schwatka's Nimrod in the north, reviewed, Standards for surveyors' chains, 215.
554.

Stanley's Kongo, reviewed, ill. 177.
Science in common schools, 289, 336 ; Star catalogues, 108; new, in Orion, 556,558.
and the state, 3:25.

Stars, comparison, 427, 474; in rapid mo-
Science, removal of, to New York, 384. tion, 183.
Scientific articles in the general maga- State aid to science, 325; science and, 325.

zines, 490; bureaus, congressional com- Staten Island natural science associa-
mittee on, 536 ; and the government, tion, 409.
530; culture, 114; titles, 461.

Statistical analysis, 237.
Scorpion, American Silurian, ill. 87, ill. Statistics of negroes, 237 ; vital, tables
183, 184.

for, 531.
Scums, bisexuality of, 224.

Stellar magnitudes, 427; photography, 443.
Sea, temperature of, 118.

Steinen's explorations of the Xingu, 153.
Sea-level, oscillations of, 120.

Steiner's Physiology of the brain, re-
SEARS, J. 1. Crystals in maple sirup, 520. viewed, 521
Sediment and velocity, 2.

schools, 289.
RILEY, C. V. Periodical cicada in Massa-

chusetts, 4; premature appearance of
the periodical cicada, 3; the song-notes
of the periodical cicada, 264.
Riley, C. V., gift of, to the national mu-

seum, 141; on injury by locusts, 236 ;
silk-culture in the United States, 236;
song-notes of periodical cicada, 125.
River nomenclature, 321.
Rivers, lost, 265.
Rock-salt surfaces, 207.
Rockwell, C. H., on almucantar observa-

tions, 206.
Rodrigues, J. C., on the Panama canal,

303.
Rogers, W. A., on standards of measure-

ment, 215.

Stepniak's Russia under the tzars, re-
Seismology, 45:3; in the United States, 491. viewed, 355, 478.
Selenium, its sensitiveness to light, 359. STERNBERG, G. M. Disinfection, 328, 561;
Senecas, customs of, 233.

the international sanitary conference at
Settlement, effect of, on wild animals, 416. Rome, 101.
Shad propagation on Atlantic coast, 433, STEVENS, W. LeC. Voss-Holtz electrical
520.

machine, 363.
SHALER, N, S. Humanism in the study Stewart and Gee's Elementary physics, re-
of nature, 64.

viewed, 96.
Sharp, B., on development of the eye, ill. Stone, G. H. The inscription rocks on
191.

the island of Monhegan, 124.
Shaw school of botany, 475.

STONE, W. E. The ginkgo-tree, 14.
Ship-railway, Tehuantepec, ill., map, 33. Stone implements in Egypt, 119.
Ships, forms of, 52, 569.

STORER, F. H. A mad stone, 163.
Shrinkage of earth's crust, 220.

Straligraphy, comparative, 2:20.
SHUFELDT, R. W. The Mexican axolotl STRONG, E. E. The Caroline Ielands,

and its susceptibility to transforma-
tions, 263; probable period of gestation Struvé, O., on object glass made by Clark,
in the horned toad, 185; Zuñian concep- 306.

тар, 287,

i as a Canadiar 2, R. S.

id Smith.

ingar from, 524.

vant, E. L., on dandelion, 193; ger- U. S. coast survey, 158, 349, 491 ; official West Virginia, new meteoric iron from,
ation, 224; hybridization of plants, scrutiny of, 121 ; and political scien- 563.

influence of locality on fruit, 193;
as shown in pot-

tists,' 253; resolutions of American as- Western society for psychical research, 78.
ice, 193.

sociation concerning, 204 ; system of Whaling catch, Aluskan, 259.
arine boat, ill. 394.

longitudes, 474 ; what has it done for
interest in geo-

Wheat grain, composition of, 415.
extraction of. 524; industry, 453. science ? 558 : who should be superin- Whirlwinds in Beloochistan, 118.
516: railway, 516. ra, petroleum in, 40.

tendent, 241 ; department of agriculture, Wute, I. C. The geology of natural
iberia. 157. er's Economic essays, reviewed, 111. 453 ; entomological commission, 315 ;

gas, 12.
d glass, 293. h, swimming habits of, ill. 103.

executive departments, re-organization White ants in Boston, 177.
ht, effect of, on germs, 475.

of, 237; fish commission, 301: geological White Mountain land-slides, ill. 81, 306.
nited States, 236. ys, hydrographic, 118.

survey, answer to charges against, 119, WHITFIELD, R. P. An American Silurian
- York, 220; at NIUS, F. Annuaire géologique uni- 424 ; unfounded report of irregularities scorpion, ill. 87. 181; the ginkgo-tree, 4.
pion, ill. 87, ill. el, 185.

in, 201; mineral products, 99 ; national Whiting, Harold. Maxwell's demons, 83.
ling geologist, 408, 453.

museum, entomology in, 445 ; naval ob- Whiting, H., on new theory of cohesion,
tish cultural stations, 160; glaciers, servatory, curious observations at, 279;
oth of, 59.

naval museum of hygiene, 191 ; recent Wight's Maxims of public health, re-
vel of note, ill. rrland, earthquakes in, 59 ; glacial volcanic eruption in, 46 ; signal office, viewed, 75.

dalam in, 42; prehistoric remains advisability of making it a civil bureau, Wild animals, effect of settlement of
m of, 207. 0.

397; hygrometry in, 5,36 ; trouble with America on, 416.
other associa-

students, 397; silk-culture in, 236 ;
n man, evidence of, 81, 92.

WILDER, B. G. Educational museums of
$ Lectures on physical science, re-

tertiary deposits, classification and pale- vertebrates, 22.
wed, 96 ; Properties of matter, re-
ontology of, 44, 83, 143.

Wilder, B. G., on serrated appendages of
during, 3H; of

Universities, German, map, 214; mediae- Amia, 226.
wed, 96.

val, 460.
ias etriatus, 338.

Wiley, H. W., on adulteration of honey,
tains, ill. 81, 306.
The English sparrow, 416,

University of Michigan, biology in, 359; 210; extraction of sugar from sorghum

a national, 509, 539 ; of New York, con. and sugar-cane, 321 ; laboratory prac.
!, 563; natural enemies of oysters, 392. vocation of, 61.
'i (a), occultations of, 189.

tice, 211; method of estimating potash,
Upton, Gen. E., Life of, reviewed, 404. 249.
SSIG, F. W.

Prices from 1873 to
Hare's Path
34, 365.

WILKINSON, C. S. Geological changes in
Vaccination in Canada, 533.

New South Wales, 3:20.
.or, W. B., on shrinkage of earth's

Van Ermengem on cholera microbe, re-
ust, 220,

Will-power, experimental study of. 260.
jublications, 53 chers' association, 450 ; school of

viewed, 154.

Willcox, J., on glacial action in Canada,
Van Hise. See Irving and Van Hise.

388.
15.
ince in Boston, 477.

VANDERPOEL, S. 0.
310, 361, 410; uing as a profession, 529.

Quarantines and Willet's Point, change of latitude of, 118.
their scientific value, 23.

Williams, H. S., on comparative stratig.
se of, 351; Pro- antepec ship-railway, ill., map, 33.

Variable, a new, 498.
1, 409; scientific, raph, use of, in England, 537.

raphy, 220.
hone in Paris, map, 110; use of, for

Vegetable morphology a century ago, 130. Wilson, J. M., on railroad-bridges, 14.

Vélain's Theory of volcanoes, reviewed, Winchell, Alexander, on trend and crustal
of agricultural itary purposes, ill. 239.

255.
honic vibrations, 476.

surplumage in mountain structure, -20.
Velocity and sediment, 2.

Winchell, N. H., on alloy of copper and
copes, small versus large, 381.

Vertebrates, educational museums of. 222. silver, 231.
ier line, 4.09.

Vessel, attempt to propel, by explosions, Windmill as a prime mover, 258.
erage, ill. 513.

371.
erature in Austrian Alps, 459 ; of

Winds, artificial, 462.

Vetter, B., on relationships between dino- WINLOCK, W. C. Comets II and III of
c of natural his. in's surface, 112, 143, 541 ; propo-

saurs and birds, 295.

1884, ill. 47.
on for wholesale change of, in the
Victoria, B.C., earthquake in, 558.

WINSLOW, Arthur. Color and other as-
intic states, 428.

Village communities, Dutch, of the Hud. sociations, ill. 23.
try deposits, classification and pale.

son, 250.
plogy of, 44, 83, 143.

Winsor, J., on an Italian portolano of
Vines. See Bower and Vines.

sixteenth century, 250.
es, sanitary condition of, 335.

Virginias, geology of, 17.
fophical society's censorship of the

Wires, underground, 2, 6.
Vital statistics, tables for, 531.

WOEIKOF, A. Stepniak's Russia under
erican society for Psychical re-

Vivisection at Oxford, 429.
'ch, 81.

the czars, 478.
ophist in Washington, 453.

Volcanic activity in the United States, 262; Wolff's Windmill as a prime mover, re-

dust east of the Rocky Mountains, 63; viewed, 238.
nodynamics, second law of, 212.

eruption, recent, in the United States,
t, journey in, 18.

Women, education and health of, 341.
16.

Wood, H. C., on injecting gastric juice in
AS, C.
The Davenport tablet, ill.
Volcanoes, theory of, 255.

blood, 409.
Volga, connecting, with Don, 515.
as, J. J., on influence of locality on

Woodbury, C. J. H., on antomatic sprin.
Voltmeters, 387.

ginkgo-tree, 243.
479, 197, 520, 511,

63.
nery of Arizona,

tmospheric ele

ind ophthalmo-

le. 3; of nebula
333, 336; of sky,

klers, 215.
t, 193.

Voss-Holtz electrical machine, 338, 363. Woodhead and Hare's Pathological my-
5.

pson fund, 141, 144, 421.
ddson's explorations in Iceland, 357.

cology, 316.
W. London letter, 331, 382, 429, 193, 5:37.
ght-transferrence, ill. 8.

Woolfe exploration of arctic coast of
WADSWORTH, M. E. Volcanic dust east
iton, Prof. R. H., 79; on cylinder con-

Alaska, 381.
of the Rocky Mountains, 63.
sation, 216; Friction and lost work,

Wortben, A. H., on quaternary deposits
iewed, 275 ; on Prony-brake, 216 ;
Wadsworth, M. E., 59.

of Illinois, 221.
Wallace's Bad times, reviewed, 553.
eaching mechanical engineering, 216.

Wrangell, F. von, 417.
WARD, L. F. A convenient system of WRIGHT, A. W. Electrical measuring in-
er, preservation of, 14."

river nomenclature, 321; a national uni-
change to civil, 80; legislation as to

struments, 151.
versity. 539.
adard, 62.

Wuelker's History of Anglo-Saxon, re-
mb's Mind-cure, reviewed, 543.

Warder, R. B., on laboratory practice, 211. viewed, 487.

Waring's How to drain a house, reviewed,
!, scientific, 464.

39.
The future of the Lick

Xingu, explorations of, 133.
Washburn university publications, re-
jervatory, 181.
viewed, 461.

Y. Boston letter, 384, 476.
D. P., on presen re-motor, 214.

Washington, agricultural convention at,
the great, in different nations, 452.

Yale college observatory, work at, 98.
ado at Aden, 58; an unusual, 556.

68; monument and lightning stroke of Yellow fever, 25; inoculation for, 535.

June 5, 63 ; monument protected from Yellowstone Park, game in, 106.
adoes, prediction of, 557; recent, 252.

lightning, 383 ; philosophical society, Young, A. V. E., on reaction between po-
C. H. The new philology, 366.
387.

tassic hydrate and alum, 211.
Bcaspian railway, 360.

Washington, portraits of, 300.
sit instruments, flexure of, 387.

YOUNG, C. A. The Biela meteors, 496 ;
Water-supply of Breslau, 34 ; for New Flood Rock explosion observed at
t and mosquitoes, 197,

York, 12 ; relation of, to cholera, 532.
3, F. W. The American ferret, ill.

Princeton, N.J., 335.
Wead, C. K., on combined spectro-pho- Young, C. A., on astronomical day, 414.
; the British museum of natural

tometer and ophthalmospectroscope,
tory, ill. 127; a rare dolphin, 44.

Yucca angustifolia, chemical study of,
20.
er on human crania, 526.

210.
Weather changes of long period, 208; in
les, aquatic respiration in, 225, 283.
Russia, 130; signals, ill. 181.

Z. Washington letter, 314, 361, 383, 153,
le's comet, 139, 159.
Weathercocks and drought, 528.

491, 536.
lall fellowships, 45.

WEBB, J. B. The second law of ther- Zimmermann's Atlas of plant-diseases, re-
s and their inheritance, 268.
modynamics, 212.

viewed, 156.
1oid fever in autumn, 374.

Webb, J. B., on lathe as instrnment of Zoological gardens in America, 420; jou:-
erground wires, 2, 6, 373.

precision, 215; polar co-ordinates, 206; nal, new, 186,
of circular measure, 381.

teaching mechanical engineering, 216. Zunian conceptions of animal forms, ill.
Wells, city, 32.

266.

nd Stallybrass.
chains, 215.
d. ill. 10.
in Orion, 556,558.
it; in rapid mo

.

cience and, 325.
cience associa-

1 D. P.

1; vital, tables

1otography, 143.
he lingu, 183.
the brain, re-

the tzars, re-

Pction, 338, 561;
conference at

Coltz electrical

ary physics, re-

ption rocks on
194.
tree, H.

. 119
ne, 163.

oline Islands,

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