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Dr. P. L. Sclaten's Remarks on a favourable occasion for the establishment

of Zoological Observatories....

134

Professor WYVILLE THONsOn on the Structure of Crinoids

134

on the Paleontological Relations of the Fauna

of the North Atlantic..

... 134

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.

Professor A. BUCHANAN on the Pressure of the Atmosphere as an Auxiliary

Force in carrying on the Circulation of the Blood ..

137

Dr. John CHIENE's Experimental Inquiry into some of the Results of Inocu-

lation in the lower Animals

138

Professor W. H. FLOWER on the Composition of the Carpus of the Dog 138

Dr. ARTHUR GAMGEE on the Magnetic and Diamagnetic Properties of the

Blood

138

Sir DUNCAN GIBB on the Uses of the Uvula .....

139

on some Abnormalities of the Larynx....

139

Professor HUMPHRY on the Caudal and Abdominal Muscles of the Crypto-

branch

140

Mr. E. Ray LANKESTER on the Existence of Hæmoglobin in the Muscular

Tissue, and its relation to Muscular Activity ..

140

Mr. B. T. LOWNE on the Ciliated Condition of the Inner Layer of the Blasto-

derm in the Ova of Birds and in the Omphalo-mesenteric Vessels ....... 140

Professor A. MACALISTER on the Bearing of Muscular Anomalies on the Dar-

winian Theory of the Origin of Species

140

Dr. MʻKENDRICK on a New Form of Tetanometer

140

Dr. William MARCEt on the Nutrition of Muscular and Pulmonary Tissue

in Health and in Phthisis, with Remarks on the Colloid Condition of Mat-

ter .....

140

Dr. EDWARD SMITH on Dietaries in the Workhouses of England and Wales . 141

Professor STRUTHERS on some Rudimentary Structures recently met with in

the Dissection of a large Fin-Whale

142

on the Cervical Vertebræ in Cetacea

142

Professor R. H. TRAQUAIR on the Restoration of the Tail in Protopterus an-

nectens

143

Dr. J. BATTY TUKE and Professor RUTHERFORD on the Morbid Appearances

noticed in the Brains of Insane People....

144

Professor TURNER on the Placentation in the Cetacea ...

144

-'s Notes on the Cervical Vertebræ of Steypirethyr (Bala-

noptera Sibbaldii)....

144

Dr. M. Watson's Contributions to the Anatomy of the Thoracic Viscera of

the Elephant

144

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Dr. CHARNOCK and Dr. Carter BLAKE on the Physical, Mental, and Philo-

logical Characteristic of the Wallons ..

Dr. EUGENE A. Conwell on an Inscribed Stone at Newhaggard, in the

County of Meath......

149

Mr. W. BoyD DAWKINS on the Origin of the Domestic Animals of Europe.. 149

on the attempted Classification of the Palæolithic

Age by means of the Mammalia

149

Mr. Walter DENDY on a Gleam of the Saxon in the Weald

150

Mr. J. W. Flower on the Relative Ages of the Flint- and Stone-Implement

Periods in England ...

150

Sir Duncan GIBB on Centenarian Longevity.....

151

on the Fat Woman exhibiting in London....

152

Mr. GEORGE HARRIS on the IIereditary Transmission of Endowments and

Qualities of different kinds

152

on the Comparative Longevity of Animals of different

Species and of Man, and the probable Causes which mainly conduce to pro-

mote this difference....

153

Mr. J. W. JACKSON on the Adantean Race of Western Europe

153

Mr. J. KAINES on the Anthropology of Auguste Comte

153

Dr. R. King on the Lapps.....

153

Lieut.-Col. FORBES LESLIE on Megalithic Circles

154

on Ancient Hieroglyphic Sculptures

155

Rev. J. M*CANN on the Origin of the Moral Sense

155

Mr. W. D. MICHELL, Is the Stone Age of Lyell and Lubbock as yet at all

-proven?

... 155

Mr. M. MOGGRIDGE on Bones and Flints found in the Caves at Mentone and in

the adjacent Railway Cutting

.... 155

Mr. J. WOLFE MURRAY on a Cross traced upon a hill at Cringletie, near Peebles 156

Mr. GEORGE PETRIE on Ancient Modes of Sepulture in the Orkneys........ 156

Mr. John S. PHENÉ on an Expedition for the Special Investigation of the

IIebrides and West Highlands, in search of Evidences of Ancient Serpent-

Worship

158

on some indications of the Manners and Customs of the

early Inhabitants of Britain, deduced from the Remains of their towns and

villages

159

The ABBÉ RICHARD on the Discovery of Flint Implements in Egypt, at Mount

Sinai, at Galgala, and in Joshua's Tomb....

160

Professor STRUTHERS on Skulls presenting Sagittal Synostosis

160

The Rev. W. S. SYMONDS on Implements found in King Arthur's Cave, near

Whitchurch.

100

Professor TURNER on Human and Animal Boxes and Flints from a Cave at

Oban, Argyleshire

160

Mr. C. STANILAND WAKE on Man and the Ape

162

The Rev. W. WEBSTER on certain Points concerning the Origin and Relations

of the Basque Race...

... 102

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GEOGRAPHY,

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Address by Colonel HENRY YULE, C.B., President of the Section...

162

Major-General ABRAMOF on the Principality of Karategin

174

Major BASEVI on Minicoy Island

174

Captain L. BRINE on the Ruined Cities of Central America

175

Dr. ROBERT BROWN on the Interior of Greenland

175

Captain CHIMMO on Cagayan Sulu Island ......

176

Dr. COPELAND on the Second German Arctic Expedition.

176

Captain F. ELTON on the Limpopo Expedition ...

178

Mr. CHRISTOPHER GEORGE on a Self-replenishing Artificial Ilorizon 178

Dr. GINSBURG's Further disclosures of the Moabite Stone

179

Dr. J. D. HOOKER'S Ascent of the Atlas Range...

179

IBRAHIN KHAN's Journey from Yassin to Yarkand

180

Captain B. LOVETT on the Interior of Mekrán

180

Colonel R. MACLAGAN on the Geographical Distribution of Petroleum and

allied products ....

.. 180

Dr. R. J. MANN on the Formation of Sand-bars,

184

PANDIT MANPHAL’s Report on Badakolan

184

Mr. C. R. MARKHAM on the Eastern Cordillera, and the Navigation of the
River Madeira ......

.. 184

on the Geographical Positions of the Tribes which

formed the Empire of the Yncas

185

Captain Miles on the Somali Coast....

186

Rev. F. O. MORRIS on the Encroachments of the Sea on the East Coast of

187

Mr. S. MOSSHAN on the Inundation and Subsidence of the Yang-tsze River,

in China

187

Archimandrate PALLADIUS's Letters from Vladivostok and Nikolsk, South

Ussuri District......

187

Mr. E. H. PALMER on the Geography of Moab

187

Captain H. S. PALMrn on an Acoustic Phenomenon at Jebel Nágús, in the

Peninsula of Sinai ...

.. 188

Capt. A. PULLAN'S Notes on British Gurwhal

189

Dr. Rae on the Saskatchewan Valley ..

189

Mr. W. B. RICHARDSON on the Volcan de Agua, near Guatemala..

189

Major E. C. Ross, A Journey through Mekran

189

Mr. GEORGE ST. CLAIR on the Topography of Ancient Jerusalem ... 189

Mr. TRELAWNEY SAUNDERS on the Himalayas and Central Asia

189

Major SLADEN on Trade Routes between Burmah and China ....

Commander A. DUNDAS TAYLOR on the Proposed Ship-Canal between Ceylon

and India

189

Capt. WARD on the American Arctic Expedition ,

190

M. ARTHUR WERTHERMAN on the Exploration of the Headwaters of the

Marañon

.: 190

Colonel HENRY YULE on Captain Garnier's Expedition up the Camboja .... 190

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ECONOMIC SCIENCE AND STATISTICS.

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Address by LORD NEAVES, one of the Lords of Session, President of the Sec-

tion

191

Colonel Sir J. E. ALEXANDER on Sanitary Measures for Scottish Villages 200

Lydia E. BECKER on some Maxims of Political Economy as applied to the

Employment of Women, and the Education of Girls

201

Mr. WILLIAM BOTLEY on Land Tenure ....

Mr. THOMAS J. BOYD on Educational Hospital Reform : The Scheme of the

Edinburgh Merchant Company...

202

Mr. SAMUEL BROWN on the Measurement of Man and his Faculties.

210

Sheriff ClEGHORN on the Wellington Reformatory ....

211

Mr. F. P. FELLOWES on a proposed Doomsday Book, giving the Value of the

Governmental Property as a basis for a sound system of National Finance

and Accounts

211

Mr. WILLIAM HIOYLE on Political Economy, Pauperism, the Labour Question,

and the Liquor Traffic

212

Mr. A. JYRAM-Row on the present state of Education in India, and its bear-

ings on the question of Social Science....

212

Mr. CHARLES LAMPORT on Naval Efficiency and Dockyard Economy

212

Mr. W. M'BEAN on the Edinburgh Industrial IIome for Fallen Women, Aln-

wick Hill, near Liberton

212

Mr. JAMES MEIKLE on the Mode for Assessing for the Poor-Rates

213

Mr. W. A. PETERKIN on the Administration of the Poor Law

213

Mr. GEORGE SETOn on the Illegitimacy of Banffshire

214

on the Expediency of recording Still-Births

215

on certain Cases of Questioned Legitimacy under the

Operation of the Scottish Registration Act (17 & 18 Vict. c. 80)

217

Dr. GEORGE SMITi on Indian Statistics and Official Reports .

220

Mr. WILLIAM STEPHENSON on the Scientific Aspects of Children's Hospitals 221

Mr. G. JOHNSTONE STONEY on the Relation between British and Metrical

Measures

222

Mr. W. Taylor on the Manual Labour Classes of England, Wales, and

Scotland

223

Mr. JAMES VALENTINE on Census Reform.....

223

Mr. R. BAILEYWALKER on the Organization of Societies, nationally and locally

considered

223

Mr. WILLIAM WESTGARTH on the Law of Capital

223

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