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SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ART.
LONDON: Printed by WILLIAM CLOWES,
JANUARY to MARCH, 1829.
ACCOUNT of M. Bessel's Pendulum Experiments
On a New Mode of Secret Writing, By R. Penn, Esq.
Observations on the Organ of Scent. By W. Wadd, Esq., F.L.S. l. 30
Topography of the River Niagara. Communicated by Dr. BIGSBY
On the Relation between the Density, Pressure, and Temperature of
Air; and on Experiments regarding the Theory of Clouds, Rain,
&c. ; with a Conjecture about Thunder and Lightning. By HENRY
MEIKLE, Esq. Communicated by the Author
Remarks on CAPTAIN PAKENHAM's Temporary Rudder, and ex-
planatory of, an Alteration, proposed. By Commander JOHN
Analysis of the Mineral Water of Bath. Communicated by Mr. A.
Analyses of Two Mineral Springs in Windsor Forest
A Letter to Mr. Baily, admitting his undisputed Claim to a Theorem
relating to SURVIVORSHIPs. By a Correspondent
On the Atmospheric Influence of Woods
Chap. I.-Influence of Woods on the Temperature of Countries 93
Chap. II.-Influence on the Quantity of Rain .
Chap. III.-Of the Influenee of Woods on the Humidity of the Atmosphere
Chap. IV.-Influence of Woods on Springs and Running Water 95
Chap. V.-Of the Influence of Woods on the Wind and on the
State of the Atmosphere with respect to Health
Chap. VI.-Influence of Woods on the Fertility of the Soil 96
Additional Remarks on the Stowage of Ships. By Commander JOHN
Geological Notices of St. Helena suggested during a visit to that
Island in 1828, in a Voyage from India to England, By CHARLES
H. WESTON, Esq.
Refutation of the Charges contained in Mr. Ivory's “Remarks," &c.
in the Philosophical Magazine and Annals for February last 109
A New System of Geology, in which the great Revolutions of the
Earth, and Animated Nature, are reconciled at once to Modern
Science and Sacred History. By ANDREW URE, M.D., F.R.S., &c. 113
On some Phenomena of Vesuvius, extracted from the Journal of, and
communicated by OCTAVIUS MORGAN, Esq.
On Radiating Electricity, by CHARLES BONNYCASTLE, Esq., Pro-
fessor of Mathematics in the University of Virginia, in the United
States. Communicated by P. BARLOW, Esq., F.R.S.
On the French Claim to the Discovery of the Steam-Engine