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Bee Orchis, its Fertilisation, 222

British Mosses, D. Moore, F.L. S., on, 487
Beet, Cultivation of, 90

Bromine, Action of Heat'on, by Dr. Andrews (Br. A ) 316
Beginning, The ; its When and its How," by M. Ponton, 321 Brothers (A., F.R.A.S.) on Coronal Rifts, 66; on his Eclipse
Behm (E.), his “Geographisches Jahrbuch,” 44

Photography, 121, 327, 367
Beke (Chas, Tilson), Civil Service Pension to, 260

Brown Trust for Treatment of Sick Domestic Animals, 190, 210
Belfrage (C. H.) on the Entomology of Texas, 51

Browning (John, F.R.A.S.), on a Universal Atmosphere, 487
Belgium, Royal Academy of Sciences, 379

Brussels Museum, Geological Collection at, 76
Bennett A. W., F.L.S.) on Hybridisation, 46 ; on the Fer- Buchan (Alexander), on Great Heat in Iceland, 202 ; on Rain-

tilisation of the Bee Orchis, 222 ; on New and Rare Fungi, fall in January and July (Br. A.), 358; on the Rainfall of

240 ; on Newspaper Science, 425 ; on Winter Fertilisation, 506 Scotland (Br. A.), 398
Bennett, Prof., his Graduation Address at Edinburgh, 288 Burder (Dr. George F.), on Daylight Auroras, 84 ; on a Lunar
Bentham (G., F.R.S.) his Anniversary Address to the Linnean Halo seen at Clifton, 33
Society, 92, 110, 150, 170, 129

Burgoyne (Sir John F., F.R.S.), Obituary Notice of, 476
Berkeley (Rev. M. J., F.L.S.), Reviews of Books, 240 ; on Burmah, Hairy Family in, 454, 477
Dr. De Notaris' Work on Italian Mosses, 383, 446

Butter, Adulteration of, 90
Berthon (Rev. M. L.), his New Dynameter, 427, 446

"Butterflies, British, Natural History of," by E. Newman,
Bessemer Bombs, 123

F.L.S., 219
Beswick-Perrin (J.) on an Additional True Rib in the Human Butterflies, Migration of, 12, 487, 494
Subject, 188

Butterflies of North America, II
Bhyscuppra, an In lian Saurian, 514

Calcutta, New Museum at, 89
Biblical Archæology, Society of, 19, 39, 104, 215, 374

California Academy of Sciences, 419
Bickerton (A. W., F.C.S.) on Conversion of Heat in the Steam California Vulture, 52
Engine, 203

Cambridge, Science at, 11, 32, 72, 107, 129, 555, 210, 261, 452,
Billings, on the Supposed Legs of Asaphus, 254

476, 488, 493, 513.
Biogenesis, Sir Wm. Thomson on the Law of, Remarks by E. Cambridge, Philosophical Society, 39, 155
Ray Lankester, F.L.S., 368 (See Origin of Life)

Cambridge, Woodwardian Museum, 100
Biology, Prof. Huxley's Instruction at S. Kensington, 168, 325 Canada, Meteorology in, 349
Biology at the Br. A. (Section D.), Opening Address, 292 ; Sec- Canine Madness in a Horse, 308
tional Proceedings, 332, 355, 377

Carbolic Acid for Snake Bites, 229
Birds of Europe," by Sharp and Dresser, 308

“Carboniserous Epoch, Fauna of the,” by Henry Woodward, 59
Birds of the Lesser Antilles, Dr. P. L. Sclater, F.R.S., on, 473 Carboniferous Fossils of West Scotland, 443
Birmingham (J.) on Snn-spots, 102 ; on Prof. Zöllner's New Carpenter (Dr. W. B.) on Ocean Currents, 71, 183, 243, 435a

Theory of Sun-spots, 164 ; Observations of Comets, 359 446, 468 ; on Deep Sea Explorations. 73, 107; on Deep Se
Birmingham Saturday Half-holiday Guide," 225

Temperature, 97 ; Elected President of Br. A. for 1872, 290
Black Rain, Edwin Lee, F.L.S, 161

Carruthers (Wm., F.R.S.) on“ Supposed Vegetable Fossils,” 234
Blake (C. Carter), Cave Lion in the Peat, 27

Carter (H. J.) on Affinities of Sponges, 184
Bland (Thos.), Conchology of the West Indies, 307

Cassowary, New Species of, 436
Blood, its Constitution, Dr. Marcet on, 57

Cave of Aurignac, 208 ; at Wyandotte, 514
Blood Spectrum, H. C. Sorby, F.R.S., on, 505

Cayley's Report on Abstract Dynamics, Sir Wm. Thomson,
Boettcher (Dr. Arthur) on the Structure of the Ear, 64; on F.R.S., on (Br. A.), 264
Defective Vision, 140

Celebes, Vis. Walden on its Ornithology, 37 ; Volcano near, 286
Bolide seen at Marseilles, 339, 454, 503

Cellulose, M. Payen on, 59
Bolivia, Silver, Coal, and Gems in, 418

Central America, Ruined Cities of (Br. A.), 358
Bond (Dr. Francis T.), on Degrees for Engineering Students at Ceratodus, Discovered in Queensland, 406, 428, 447
London University, 67

Changes in the Habits of Animals, 489, 506
Bonney (Rev. T. G., F.G.S.) on Dr. Tyndall's “Hours of Ex- Charcoal Respirators for use in Smoke, 127
ercise in the Alps,” 198; on Ice Fleas, 467

Charlesworth (E.). Recommended to Survey the Wealden, 493
Boston (U.S.) Natural History Society, 373

Cheese Factories, Scientific Value of, 104
Botanical Department of the British Museum, 286

Chelsea Botanic Gardens, Lectures at, 89
Botanical Exchange Club, 32

“Chemical Analysis,” Wm. Crookes, F.R.S., on, 81
Botanical Science, its Study in England, 193

Chemical Dynamics, J. H. Gladstone, F.R.S., and Alfred Tribe
Botany at the Br. A., 317, 355, 377

on, 195 ; (Br. A.), 291
Botany, Domestic,” by John Smith, A.L.S., 301

Chemical Papers, Published Abstracts of (Br. A.), 331
“ Botany, First Catechism of,” 12

Chemical Society, its Journal, 2, 38, 95, 134, 359
Botany, Journal of, 77, 108, 233, 359, 399, 453, 498

Chemical Society, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 284
Botany, Manual of Structural," by M. C. Cooke, 44

Chemical Science at the Br. A. (Section B), Opening Address,
Botany of Africa, 11, 447 ; of India, 90 ; of Queensland, 349 ; 273 ; Sectional Proceedings, 291, 316, 331
of South America, 62

Chemistry in the United States” (Br. A.), 292
Boucard (M.), his proposed work on American Coleoptera, 50 Chemistry, Investigations by the late Prof. Payen, 261
Bradford (W.), his Paintings of Arctic Scenery, 210

Chemistry, Italian Journal of, 73; Literature of, 2
Brazil, Rock Inscriptions in, 114

Chemistry of Milk, 96
Brazil, Scientific Research in, 299

“Chemistry, Manual of Organic,” by Dr. Armstrong, 50
Brighton Aquarium, 394

Chestnut-tree of Mount Etna, 166
Brine (Capt. L., R.N.,) on the Ruined Cities of Central China, Science in, 43
America (Br. A.), 358

China, Fatal Earthquakes in, 145; Cultivation of the Poppy, 230
Bristol Observing Astronomical Society, 175, 359, 440

China, Fungi used for Food, 494
“Britain," Name of, 7, 27

Cholera, Jno. Murray on, 350
British Archæological Association, 324, 374

Christ's Hospital, Science at, 11, 130
British Association, Arrangements for Meeting at Edinburgh, Chronometers, their Delects, 103

148, 229, 244 ; Remarks on the Meeting, 261, 313; Address Cinchona Cultivation in India, 245
by the President, 262; Opening Addresses in each Section, Civil Engineers, Institution of, 73, 417
270, 273, 277, 293, 297, 298, 318; Sectional Proceedings, 291, Civil Service Pensions, 260
292, 313, 315, 316, 317, 331, 352, 375, 376, 377, 396 ; Grants Claparède (Prof. E. R.) on Chætophorus Annelides, 36 ;
for Scientific Purposes, 314

Obituary Notice of, 224
British Association and Local Scientific Societies, 242

Clark (F. Legros) on the Mechanism of Respiration, 95
• British Fungi, Handbook of,” by M. C. Cooke, M.A., 321 Clark (J. Edmund) on August Meteors, 304
“ British Guiana, Geology of, 115

Clark (A.), his Telescope for Washington Observatory, 433.
“ Bri'ish Insects,” by E. F. Staveley, 22

Clark (Hyde), on the Derivation of the word “ Britannia," 7;
British Museum, Sponges added to its Collection, 50 ; the Natural “On the Tramissibility of Intellectual Qualities," 154
Ilistory Collections, 181; Report on Botanical Department,

Classification of Fruits, 347, 475
286, 452

Climate and Health of the Mauritius, 51

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Clifton College Scientific Society, 51; Conversazione at, 148 ; Dall (W. H.) on Striated Muscular Fibre in Gasteropoda, 114 ;
its School of Science, 329; View of the Museum, 330

his “ Brachiopoda of the United States Coast Survey,” 238 ;
Climate of Nicaragua, 206

his Explorations in Alaska, 455
Clock Tower, Westminster, Magneto-Electric Light for, 107 Dana (Jas. D.) on the supposed Legs of Asaphus platyc-phalus,
Cloud Scenery, 4 ; New Form of, 489, 505

152, 254
Coal in Bolivia, 418 ; in India, 514; in Panama, 309; (Br. A.), Danger and Storm Signal Light, inextinguishable, 49
332 ; Royal Commission on, 148, 287

Darwin (Charles, F.R.S.) on a New View of Darwinism, 180
Coal Plants, Exogenous Structures in (See Williamson, Prof. W. C.) Darwinism, Notes on, 5, 46, 117; a New View of, by Henry
Coal, Velocity of Sound in, 487, 506

H. Howorth, 161, 180, 200, 221, 240
Cobbold (Dr. T. Spencer, F.R.S.) on Entozoa, 479; on the Dase's Tables of Prime Numbers, 6

Beef Tapeworm, 506 ; on Stephanurus discovered in America Davidson (Thomas) Memoir of, in Geological Magazine, 36
and Australia, 508

Davies (Lieut. A. M., R. N.) on Saturn's Rings, 203
Coleoptera of America, M. Boucard on, 50; of New South Davis (A. S.) on the Aurora, 385
Wales, 436 ; of Palestine, 55

Davis (Barrett) his Tables of Prime Numbers, 6
Coles, Emily, Civil Service Pension to, 260

Davis (Henry) on Eclipse Photography, 445
College of Physical Science, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 21, 189, Davy (Sir Humphrey) Statue to, at Penzance, 307
217, 284, 416, 435, 493

Dawkins (W. Boyd, F.R.S.) on the Interment in the Aurignac
College of Physicians, Scheme of Examination, 73, 168

Cave, 208 ; Mammalia of the Glacial Period (Br. A.), 355 ;
Colleges of Surgeons and Physicians, 229

Origin of Domestic Animals (Br. A.), 357 ; Classification of
College of Surgeons, Ireland, 129

the Paläolithic Age (Br. A.), 358; Discoveries of Platycnemic
Collins (J. H.), “ Western Chronicle of Science,” 220, 243, 338 Men in Denbighshire, 388
Colour, the Sensation of, 27; Dr. H. M.Leod, F.C.S., on Red Dawson (Principal, F.R.S.) on Hydrous Silicate in Fossils, 162 ;

and Blue, 122 ; Hon. J. W. Strutton, 142; "Is Blue a on the Higher Education of Women, 515
Primary Colour,” 465; Lecture Experiments on, 346 ; Colour Day (St. John V,, C E.) " Papers on the Great Pyramid,” 303
of the Sky, 4 ; Optical Phenomenon of, 68 ; Colour Vision, Dehus (Dr., F.R.S.) on Ozone, 134
J. C. Maxwell on, 13; Colours of the Sea, W. M.Master on, Deep Sea Explorations, 73, 87, 167, 290 ; in America, 233 ; in
203, 305

the Baltic, 417; in Indian waters, 307 ; Dredging in the Gulf
Comet, Futtle's, its Ephemeris, by J. R. Hind, F.R.S., 374 ; of St. Lawrence, 210; Deep-Sea Temperature, 97 ; Resolu-
New, discovered by Temple, 189 ; Spectrum of, 95

tion of the Br. A., 313 ; (See Carpenter, Dr. W. B. ; Ocean
Comets, Observations by J. Birmingham, 359; Sir W. Thomp- Currents)
son, F.R.S., on (Br. A.), 268

De Fonvielle (W.) on Aerostation,
Compass, Transparent, 366

Delaunay (M.) on the Thickness of the Earth's Crust, 28, 45,
Compound Prism for Spectrum Microscope, 511

65, 141
Comte (M.), and Anthropology, 466

Denbighshire, Discoveries of Platcycnemic Men in, 388
Conchology of Polynesia, 37; of the West Indies, 307 Denmark, Biology of, 150
Conservation of Force, 47

De Notaris (Dr. G.), “ Epilogo della Briologia Italiana,” 383,
Constantinople, Astronomy in, 128

446 ; D. Moore, F.L.S., on, 487
Cook (Captain), Monument to, in New South Wales, 271 Derry, Natural History Society of, 51
Cooke (M. C, M.A.), his “Manual of Structural Botany,” 44 ; | Deschanel (A. Privat), Elementary Treatise on Natural Philo.
his “Handbook of British Fungi," 321

sophy,” 343, 405, 425
Cooley (W. D.) on Elemetary Geometry, 485

Desert of the Tih, Report by C. F. Tyrwhitt Drake on, 33, 52
Cooper's Hill, Indian College of Civil Engineering, 244

Devonshire Assoc. of Literature, Science, and Art, 169, 374
Corals, 37, 38; Prof. P. M. Duncan on, 57

Dewar on Thermal Equivalents of Oxides of Chlorine (Br. A.), 291
Coral Fauna of the Deep Sea, 153

Diamond Fields of Natal, 190, 418
Corfield (Prof.) on Sewage, 287

Dickson (Alex., M.D.) Suggestions on Fruit Classification”
Corona, Remarks on che, 42, 121, 160 ; its Radial Appearance, (Br. A.), 347, 475

46; Prof. Serpieri on, 99 ; A. C. Ranyard, F.R.A.S., on, 466 Diving Bell, Photographic Apparatus for use in the, 477
Coronal Rists, A. C. Ranyard, F.R.A.S., on, 27; A. Brothers Dobell (Dr.) his Reports on Practical Medicine, 140
on, 66, 121

“Domestic Botany," by John Smith, A.L. S., 304
Cornwall Institution, 375

Donegal, Geology of, 234
Cornwall Polytechnic Society, 169, 287

Doubleday (Thomas), “Matter for Materialists,” 321
Corrosion of Copper-plates by Nitrate of Silver (Br. A.), 353 Drake (C. F. T.) his Report on the Desert of the Tih, 33, 52
Cotteau and Triger (M. M.) their “Echinides du Département Dredging Expedition off Spain and Portugal, its Zoological Re-
de la Sarthe,” 120, 220

sults (Br. A.), 456
Cotteswold Naturalists' Field Club, 32

Dredging of the Gulf Stream, 87
Cotton-wool Respirators, 126, 164

Dresden Natural History Society, 133
Coutts (Baroness Burdett) her Prize for Essay on “ The Balance Drought caused by Drainage, 386
Spring,” 229

Dublin : Geological Society, 135; Natural History Society, 36,
Coventry Institute, Science Classes at, 493

135; Queen's University, 189; Royal Society, 96 ; Royal
Crace Calvert (F., F.R.S.), on “Protoplasmic Life,” 57

Irish Academy, 19, 77, 136, 196, 379, 440 ; Trinity College,
Cramming for Middle
Class Examinations, 202, 285

129 ; University Diploma on State Medicine, 137, 148
Ciinoids, Palæozoic, Prof. Wyville Thomson, F.R.S., on their Duncan (Prof. P. M., F.R.S.), on Corals, 37, 57, 77 ; on the
Structure, 496

Coral Fauna of the Deep Sea, 153
Crocodiles at Greytown, 27

Durham University and College of Science at Newcastle, 21,
Coll (Jas.) on the Age of the Earth

189, 217
Crookes (William, F.R.S.), his “Chemical Analysis," 81; on Dust and Smoke, Prof. Tyndall on, 124
Psychic Force,” 237, 278

Dyer (Prof. W. T. T.), his Lectures on Botany, 107; on Mimicry
Crotch (G. R., F.L.S.) on Geographical Distribution of Insects, in Plants (Br. A.), 355; on Fossil Cryptogams, 444, 504 ;
65; his Expedition to Australia, 129

on Geometry at Oxford, 485; on Homoplastic Agreements
Cryptogamia in Coal Measures, Classification of, Pror. W. C.

in Plants, 507
Williamson, F.R.S., on (Br. A.), 173, 357, 408, 426, 490, 504 Dymond (W. P.), on the Irish Fern in Cornwall, 8
Crystal Palace Aquarium, 469

Dynameter, New, Rev. T. W. Webb, F.R. A.S., on, 427, 446
Cundurango Tree, 514

Dynamics, Abstract, Cayley's Resort on (Br. A.), 264
Cunningham (Major.-Gen. A., R.E.) “The Ancient Geography | Dynamics, Stokes's Theory, Sir William Thomson, F.R.S., on
of India,” 381

(Br. A.), 267
Cycloid, the, Note by R. A. Proctor, F.R. A.S., 465, 487 Dynamite, Dr. Guyot op, 156
Cyclone in the West Indies, 417, 454, 464

Ear, the, Dr. Arthur Boeitcher on its Structure, 64
Cyclones, Converging of Wind in, 254 ; Low Barometer in, Earth, the, its Age as determined by Tidal Retardation, 323 ;
226; J. J. Murphy on their Origin, 305

its Internal Structure, H. Hennessy, F.R.S., on, 182 ; its
Czermak (Prof.) his Electric Double Lever, 5.

Temperature, 133; Thickness of its Crust, 28, 45, 65, 141,
Dallas (W. S., F.L.S.) on “ Newinan's British Butterflies,” 219 344, 366, 383

Earthquakes : in Columbia, 51; Hawaiian Islands, 51 ; Peru, Euclid, a Substitute for (See Geometry, Elementary)

51, 74, 169, 230, 418 ; Salvador, Valparaiso, 51; Celebes, Evans (Colonel Albert S.), “Our Sister Republic; a Gala Trip

85; China (fatal), 145 ; Chile, 150, 230, 418, 454; the through Tropical Mexico,” 322
* Himalayas, 150; Mexico, 169; America and Canada, 169 ; | Everett (Prof. J. D., D.C.L.), on Units of Force and Energy,

India, Hayti, 212; Hawaiian Islands, 230 ; New York 6; 353; his Translation of Deschanel on Natural Philosophy.
State, 230; Himalayas, Cashmere, near New York, 287 ; 343, 425, 505; on Wet and Dry Bulb Formulæ 353 ; Cir.
China, 309 ; in Scotland, Report on, (Br. A.), 317 ; Simla, culation and Distribution of the Atmosphere (Br. A.), 353 ;
325; Boston, U.S., 326 ; at Worthing (alleged), 349, 385 ; Report on Underground Temperature (Br. A.), 396
Panama, 350 ; Australia, 350 ; New England, 373 ; West Exogenous Structures amongst the Stems of Coal Measures (See
Indies, Philippine Islands, 375; Jamaica, 387; Madeira, 436; Williamson, Prof. W.C., F.R.S.)
Callao, 494 ; Constantinople, 494

Examination Tests, Use and Abuse of, 467
Earwaker (J. P.) his Collection of Fossils, 96; on“ Psychic Force, Experimental Mechanics,” by R. S. Ball, 510
278

Exploration of Palestine, 33, 52, 215
Eastbourne Natural History Society, 190

Explosion (?) on the Sun, 488
Echini, Cotteau and Triger on, 228

Fairlie, R., on the Gauge of Railways (Br. A.), 337
Echinoderms, Prof. Wyville Thomson on (Br. A.), 334

Falmouth, Meteorological Observatory at, 247, 248
Eclipse at Darmstadt, 1699, alarm caused by it, 418

Fawcus, George, on a Transparent Compass, 366
Eclipse, Solar, of 1868, 399

Fawcett (Thomas), on Science Lectures for the People, 101 ; on
Eclipse, Solar, of Dec. 22, 1870; photographs of, 85; J. Norman Drainage as a Cause of Drought, 386

Lockyer, F.R.S., his Lecture at Royal Society on, 230, 241 Fellowes (Lieut. John, R.N.), on Steam Lite Boats, 181
Eclipses, the Recent and Coming, by J. N. Lockyer, F.R.S. (Br. Ferrel (W.), Low Barometer in Polar Regions and Cyclones, 226
A.), 352

Fertilisation of the Bee Orchis, 222
Eclipse, Solar, of Dec. 12, 1871: Preparations to observe it, Finnis (M. M.), on Meteors in South Australia, 345

128, 197, 210, 228, 259, 290, 348, 373, 394, 435, 445, 492 ; Fish, as affected by Fresh and Salt Water, 245, 339
Map of Shadow Path over India, 258 ; Government Aid to Fish and Fisheries, New York Commission, 244
Observation, 324; Suggestions to Observers, by A. C. Ran- Fish, Fossil, in the British Museum, 77
yard, F.R.A.S., 327 ; Lieut.-Col. J. F. Tennant, R. E., Fish of Nicaragua, 207 ; of North America, 33
F.R.S., on, 339, 486 ; M. Janssen on (Br. A.), 352 ; French Fish, Phosphorescence in, 287
Expedition, 373 ; Sailing of the English Expedition, 512; Fish-Crow of Oregon and Washington, 287
"Instructions for Observers at the English Goverment Expe- Fixed Stars, Method of Estimating their Distances (Br. A.), 396
dition,” 516

Flammarion, Camille, on Aërostation, 3
Eclipses, J. R. Hind, F.R.S., on Total Solar Eclipses Visible Flamsteed (John), his Ghost, on the Sun's Parallax, 503
in England in 1954 and 1999, 260

Fletcher (A. E., F.C.S.), on the Rhysimeter (Br. A.), 338
Eclipse Photography, 121, 160, 327, 367, 445

Fletcher (L. E., C. E.), on Steam Boiler Legislation (Br. A.), 397
Economic Science and Statistics at the Br. A. (Section F), Open- Flight, Recent Researches on, 516; of Butterflies, 487, 494
ing Address, 298 ; Sectional Proceedings, 336

Flint, Hawkins Johnson, F.G S., on, 154 ; Formation of, 223, 243
Edinburgh : Meeting of the British Association at (See British “Flora of Mentone and the Riviera,” 502

Association); its Medical School, 288; Prof. A. Geikie, * Flora of Tropical Africa,” 287
F.R.S., on its Geology, 277 ; (Br. A.) 315; Botanical Society, Flower (Prof., F.R.S.), on Rib Variations, 188
51 ; its Flora (Br. A.), 356; Naturalists' Field Club, 10; Fluid State of Matter, Speculations on its Continuity (Br. A.), 291
Royal Physical Society, 39 ; University, Prof. W. Thomson's Forbes (David, F.R.S.)," On the Nature of the Earth’s Interior,
Introductory Lecture, 74, 90; Anatomy and Physiology at, 28 ; on the Thickness of the Earth's Crust, 65; on News-
168; Botanical Class, 374; Science at,, 452, 514

paper Science, 406, 464
Edmonds (Richard) on the name “ Britain,” 3, 27

Force and Energy, Units of, 6; Correspondence on, 69 ; Prof.
Ed'ication in Science : Lectures and Teaching for the People, Everett on (Br. A.), 353

81, 101, 120, 141, 192, 211, 281 ; Science in Schools, 243, Foreign Scientific Associations, 43
257, 285, 308, 314, 296, 349, 417, 421, 452, 437, 461 ; Prof. Formosa, Birds and Beasts of, 44
Allen Thomson on (Br. A.), 296 ; G. F. Rodwell on, 455, Forth, Estuary of the, its Geology, 422
Report of London School Board, 198, 192 ; Prof. Huxley on Fossiliferous Boulder in Northumberland, 386, 467
the Duties of the State, 495 ; Education for Farmers, 66, Foster (Dr. M.), his Physiological Class, Cambridge, 107 ; on
89, 101 (See Female Education, Technical Education)

the Action of Codeia Derivatives, 174
Edwards and Kidd, Illustrations of the Heliotype Process, 85 Foliage, the Various Tints of, 341
Eel's Skull, its structure, W. K. Parker, F.R.S., on, 146 "Fragments of Science,” by Prof. Tyndall, LL.D., 237
Egyptian Antiquities, Mr. R. Hay's Collection, 130

France, Baron Liebig on its Scientific Men, 190
Elastrus dolosus in the Azores, 162

Frankland (Prof. E. F., F.R.S.), on Metropolitan Water Supply,
Electric Double Lever, by Czermak, 5

349 ; on Ice Fleas, 426
Electricity, Animal, 29

Frankland Institute, Journal of the, 211, 229, 452
Elementary Examination Papers, their Defects, 202, 285 Fraser (George) on Scientific Lectures for the People, 120 ; on
Ellery (Robert J.), on the Spectrum of the Aurora, 280

Psychic Force,” 279
Elliot (Sir Walter) on Provincial Museums (Br. A.), 377

Frigate Bird at the Zoological Gardens, 394
Embryology, Prof. Allen Thomson on (Br. A.), 295

Freke (H.), on Dependence of Life on Decomposition,” 422
Encke's Comet, 394 ; Observations by J. R. Hind, F.R.S., 435, French Recent Zoological Discoveries, 369
492 ; by M. Stephan, 492, 499

Freshwater Bathybius, Dr. R. Greef on, 49
Engelman (Dr. R.), Light of Jupiter's Satellites, 442

“Fruit Classification, Suggestions on,” by Alex. Dickson, M.D.
Engineering, its Study at the London University, 67

(Br. A.), 347, 475
Entomological Society, Proceedings, 39, 154, 215

Fruit, International Exhibition at the Horticultural Society, 394
Entomology, its Study in Great Britain, 194

Fungi, New and Rare, 240
Entomology at the Br. A., 333

Fungi in Living Birds (Br. A.), 356
Entomology of America, 30; of New South Wales, 436; of New Fungi, Exhibition at the Horticultural Gardens, 476, used for
Zealand, 40; of Palestine, 55 ; of Texas, 51

food in China, 494
Entozoa, Dr. F. Cobbold on, 479 ; Stephanurus in Hogs, 508. Futtle's Comet, Ephemeris of, 374
Eozoon Canadense, John B. Perry on, 28; Notes on, 72, 85 Galton (Francis), on Pangenesis, 5, 25
Ericsson (J.), the Temperature of the Sun, 204, 449

Ganoid Fish discovered in Queensland, 406, 428, 447
Ernst (A.), Yellow Rain in New Granada, 68

Gaseous and Liquid States of Matier,” Dr. Andrews on, 186
Erskine (Lieutenant Vincent), “Meteorology at Natal,” 305 Gasteropoda, Striated Muscular Fibre in, 144 ; Auditory Organ,
Essex Institute, Salem, U.S., Proceedings of, 43, 501

518
Ethnological Classifications, 56

Geikie (Prof. Archibald, F.R.S.) Opening Address at Geo-
Ethnological Society, Journal of, 76

logical Section, 277 ; Geological Survey of Scotland, 292
Ethnology in America, 12, 32, 89, 154 ; at the Br. A., 289 ; of Geneva, Natural History Society of, 36

che Coasts of Behring's Sea, 519; of Palestine, 34, 53; of Geographical Distribution of Insects, G. R. Crotch on, 65
South Wales, 261

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Geographical Surveys in India, 418

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Geographical Society, Proceedings, 37, 50, 72, 129, 195, 211; Harkness (Prof. R., F.R.S.), Ancient Rocks of South Wales, 77

its Memorial to Oxford and Cambridge Universities, 244 Harris (John), “ Kuklos,” 25
Geographisches Jahrbuch,” by E. Behm, 44.

Harrison (William H.) on the Heliotype Process, 85
Geography at the Br. A. (Section E), Opening Address, 297 ; Hartley Institution, Southampton, 350, 453
Sectional Proceedings, 335, 358

Hartman (Dr.), “ History of Domestic Animals,” 253
Geography: International Congress at Antwerp, 168 ; Lectures Hartog (N. E ), Senior Wrangler, his Death, 148

at Maidstone, 417 ; St. Martin's Année Géographique, 44 Hartt (Prof. C. F.), his Expedition to Brazil (Br. A.), 299
Geological Atlas of England, by W. Stephen Mitchell, 373 Haughton (Rev. Prof.), Lectures on “The Principle of Least
Geological Magazine, 36, 76, 194 254, 453

Action,” 177
Geological Society, Proceedings, 18, 37, 77, 115, 153, 234 Hayden (Dr.), on Geology of America, 24, 109; his Expedition,
Geological Society, Dublin, 135

213, 293, 387
Geological Survey of Scotland (Br. A.), 292

Hayward (George), Murdered in Kashmir, 297
Geologists' Association, 10, 73, 95, 154, 168, 211, 229, 254 * Health, National,” H. W. Acland, F.R.S., on, 463
Geology in America, 12 ; American, by Dr. Hayden, 24

Heat,” A. P. Deschanel on, 343, 405, 426
Geology at Christ's Hospital, 130 ; at Oxford, 485

Heat in August 1871, 325; in Iceland, 202
Geological Science, at Br. A. (Section C), Opening Address, Heat, its Action on Protoplasmic Life, 57
277 ; Sectional Proceedings, 317, 332, 354, 376

Heat, Mechanical Equivalents of, 27, 68
Geology: Endowment by Mr. James Yates at University College, Hector (Dr. James, F.R.S.), on Recent Remains of the Moa,

260; of Edinburgh and Neighbourhood (Br. A.), 315; Glou- 184, 228, 306, 324
cestershire, 32 ; Estuary of the Forth, 422 ; Thames Valley, Heis (Dr. Edward), Correspondence of Aurora Australis and
157 ; the Ural and Caspian Sea, 417

Borealis, 213
Geometry, Elementary Practical ; J. M. Wilson on Teaching, Heliotype Process, 85

387 ; a Substitute for Euclid, 366, 404, 505 ; R. Wormell on Helmholtz (Prof.,) Axioms of Geometry, 481
425; W. D. Cooley and Thomas Jones on, 485, 486

Henle (Prof.), “ Handbuch der Systematischen Anatomie," 101
'Geometry, Elements of Plane and Solid," by H. W. Watson, Hennessy (H., F.R.S.), Internal Structure of the Earth, 182
“ Geometry, Practical and Plane,” by J. W. Palliser, 484

Herschel (Prof. A. S.) on the Marseilles Meteorite, 503
Geometry, The Axioms of, Prof. Helmholtz on, 481

Herschel (Sir John) on Ocean Currents, 71 ; Deep Sea Tempe-
Germ Theory, Dr. Bastian on, 178, 458 ; Notes on, 125, 165, 378 rature, 98; his Death, 50; Obituary Norices, 69, 73, 89; re-
Gernian Arctic Expedition, 439, 513

marks on, by Sir W. Thomson, F.R.S. (Br. A.), 262
Germany, Science in, 60, 108, 169, 170, 229, 234, 439, 453, 477, Highton (Rev. H.), Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, 27, 68
493

on Thermodynamics, 46
Gibraltar Current, Dr. W. B. Carpenter, F.R.S., on, 468 Hincks (Rev. W., F.L.S.), Obituary Notice of, 436
Ginsburg (Dr.), his Expedition to Moab, 492

Hind (J. R., F.R.S.,) on Total_Solar Eclipses visible in
Glacial Fossils at Finchley, 514

England, 260 ; Observations of Encke's Comet, 435, 492
Glacier Ice, the Bending of, Prof. Tyndall on, 447

Hinrichs (Prof. Gustavus, A.M.), “ Elements of Physical Science
Glacier Sculpture, 198

and School Laboratory,” 421
Gladstone (John Hall, F.R.S., and Alfred Tribe), on Chemical Hippocrateaceæ of South America,” by J. Miers, F.R.S., 135

Dynamics, 195; (Br. A.) 291 ; on the Corrosion of Copper. Hippopotamus, Skeleton of, 37
plates by Nitrate of Silver (Br. A.), 353

His (Prof.) “ Theories of Sexual Generation,” 114
Glaisher (James F.R.S.), his “ Travels in the Air,” 3; on Day Histology, Prof. Allen Thomson on (Br. A.), 294
Auroras, 209

Hodge (George), Obituary Notice of, 387
Glaisher (J. W. L.), on Tables of Prime Numbers, 6

Hofmann (Dr. F.R S.), on the Royal College of Chemistry, 16
Glasgow : Anderson's University, 190 ; Meteorological Observa. Holmes (N. J.) on Submarine Telegraphs, 8
tory, 256 ; Geological Society, Transactions, 443

Holmes (N.), his Inextinguishable Storm Signal Light, 49
Glass, Researches on, by Rev. W. V. Harcourt (Br. A.), 351 Home (D. M.), The Estuary of the Forth,” 422
Gold at Penang and New Grenada, 419.

Homoplastic Agreements in Plants, 507
Gould (John), on a New Humming Bird, 77

Hooker (Dr. J. D.), his African Expedition, 11, 89, 129, 149,
Government, the, and Prof. Sylvester, 324, 326

168, 196 ; his Report on Kew Gardens, 210
Government aid for Observing the Eclipse of December 12, 1781, Hopkins (W.) on the Thickness of the Earth's Crust, 28, 45,,
and Transit of Venus, 324

65, 141, 182, 383
Government aid to Science, 462, 495

Horses,” by Amateur, 321
Gratz, Physiological Researches at, 402

Horological Institute, 229
Gravitating Currents in Relation to Auroras, 497

Horticultural Society, 210 ; International Exhibition, 1866, 307 ;
Gravitation, Sir W. Thomson, F.R.S., on the Law of, Remarks Exhibition of Fungi, 476
by E. Ray Lankester, F.L.S., 368

Hospital for Domestic Animals, 210
Great Pyramid Papers,” by Sir John Vincent Day, C.E., Hough (Prof. S. W.), Self-registering Barometer and Meteoro-
“ Plan and Object of its Construction,” 303

graph, 410, 430,
Greeff (Dr. R.), Freshwater Bathybius, 49

Howorth (Henry H.), "A New View of Darwinism," 161, 180,
Green (A. H., F.G.S.), Thickness of the Earth's Crust, 45, 383; 181, 200, 221, 240
the Geology of Donegal, 234

Huggins (Dr. William, F.R.S.), on the Spectrum of Uranus,
Green (Jas.), his Standard Barometer, 412

88 ; of a Comet, 95
Green Light for Ships, Prize Offered for, 418

Hulk (J. W., F.R.S.), Fossil Vertebrata from Kimmeridge Eay,
Greenwich, Visitation to the Observatory, 50, 103

153
Greytown : Noises at Sea, 26; Crocodiles, 27; its Climate, Hunt (Dr. T. Sterry, F.R.S.), on Palæozoic Crinoids, 72 ; on
View of the Harbour, 206

Hydroussilicate in Fossils, 162
Grierson (Dr.), on Provincial Museums (Br. A.), 377

Human Anatomy and Physiology, edited by Dr. L. S. Beale, 343
Grote (George), his Illness and Death, 107, 148 ; Legacy to Uni- Human Locomotion," by Prof. B. G. Wilder, 437
versity College, 260

Humphry (Prof.), his Anatomical Classes, Cambridge, 107 ;
Gulf Stream, Dredging of the, 87

his Journal of Anatomy and Physiology, 359
Gun Cotton Explosion at Siowmarket, 309, 518

Huxley (Prof.), on the Duties of Civil Engineers, 12 ; on
Günther (Dr. A., F.R.S.), New Ganoid Fish (Ceratodus) dis- Ethnology, 76; at the Br. A., 290; his Instruction to Science
covered in Queensland, 406, 428, 447

Teachers at South Kensington, 325, 361; Palæontological Ex.
Hackney Scientific Association, 379

cavations at Lossiemouth, 417, 436; State Aid to Scientific
Hæmatite Ores, Thos. Ainsworth on (Br. A.), 292

Teaching, 462 ; Duties of the State, 495
Hairy Family in Burmah, 454, 477

Hybridisation, A. C. Ranyard on, 26, 46; R. Meldola and Dr.
Hall (Capt.), his Polar Expedition, 309, 349

L. S. Beale on, 46
Hall (Marshall), Education for Farmers, 89; Sea-Water Hydraulic Buffer for Heavy Guns, 105
Aquaria, 507

Hydrobromic Acid, C. R. A. Wright on, 174
Halley's Magnetic Chart Discovered, 103

Hydrocarbons, by C. Schorlemmer, 95
Halo in the Zenith, 160

Hylobates Ape, 6
Harcourt (the late Rev. W. V.), Researches on Glass (Br. A.), 351

Ice for India, 325

Ice Fleas. Prof. E. F. Frankland, F.R.S., on, 426; Rev. C. A. Laughton (1. K.) on West Winds, 8 ; on Ocean Temperature
Johns, F.L.S., 446 ; Rev. T. G. Bonney, F.G.S, 467

and Currents, 162, 183, 223, 243 ; “A Plane's Aspect ?" 466
Ice, Glacier, the Bending of, Prof. Tyndall on, 447

Lea, Isaac, LL.D., “Synopsis of Unionidæ," 119
Iceland, Great Heat in, 202

Lead, Metallurgy of, 218
Ichthyosaurus from Kimmerridge Bay, 153

Lecocq (M. Henri), his Bequests for Scientific Purposes, 512
Im Thurn (Everard F.), on the Irish Fern in Cornwall, 68 Le Conte (Prof. John A.), Velocity of Meteoric Stones, 398
India : Cotton Cultivation, 33 ; Geographical Survey, 418; Lecture Experiment on Colour, 346

Science, 32, 89, 150, 192, 212, 287, 307, 325, 418, 437, 514; Lectureships at London Medical Schools, 1, 61
Snake Bites, 74; Tea Cultivation; 169 ; " Ancient Geo. Lee (Alec), “Romance of Motion,” 45
graphy,” by Major-General A. Cunningham, R. E., 381 ; Lee (Edwin, F.L.S.) on Black Rain, 161
Wheat Cultivation, 108

Leicester Literary and Scientific Society, 211
Indian Education, Jiram Row on (Br. A.), 336

Leighton (Rev. W. A., F.L.S.), “The Lichen Flora of Great
Indianapolis, Meeting of the American Association for Advance- Britain," 482
ment of Science, 373

Lepidosiren, its Characteristics, 406
India.rubber, Collection and Manufacture of, 207

Leslie (A., C.E.), on Salmon Ladders for Reservoirs (Br. A.), 337
Inextinguishable Storm and Danger Signal Light, 49

Leyden, Science at, 31
Ingleby (Dr. C. M.), on Lee Shelter, 183 ; on Recent Neolo- “ Lichen Flora of Great Britain," Rev. W. A. Leighton,
gisms, 201, 242, 385

F.L.S, on the, 482
Insects of Missouri, Official Report on, 302

Liebig (Baron), on the Scientific Men of France, 190
Institution of Civil Engineers, 12; of Naval Architects, 149 “Life, its Dependence on Decomposition,” H. Freke, M.D., 422
Intellectual Qualities, Transmissibility of, 154

Liseboats, Steam, John Fellowes on, 181
Iowa State University, 229, 308, 421

Light, Prismatic Analysis of, Sir W. Thomson, on (Br. A.), 266
Irish Fern in Cornwall, 8, 68

Light of Jupiter's Satellites, 442
Iron and Steel, W. M. Williams on, 226

Lighthouses, New Reflector for (Br. A.), 396
Iron and Steel Institute, Meeting at Dudley, 348, 361

Lima, International Exhibition at, 418
Iron-paper Making, 494

Lindley Library, at the Horticultural Society, 307
Iron Telegraph Poles, 287

Lindsay (Dr. W. L., F.R.S. E.) on Mind in the Lower Animals,
Italian Journal of Chemistry, 73

169 ; on Leighton's“ Lichen Flora of Great Britain,” 482
Italian Mosses, Dr. de Notaris on, 383

Lindsay, Lord, Aurora at Aberdeen, its Spectrum, 347, 366 ; his
Italy, Science in, 98, 153, 254, 468

Aid to Observing the Eclipse of December 12,1871, 435
Jack (R. L.) on Thunderstorm near Glasgow, 202

Linnean Society, Proceedings, 11, 19, 36, 72, 39, 135 ; Anni-
James (Sir Henry), “Notes on the Great Pyramid,” 303

versary Address by Bentham, 92, 110, 156, 170, 192
Janssen (M.) on the Eclipse of December 12, 1871 (Br. A.), ' Liquid and Gaseous States of Matter,” Dr. Andrews on, 186
352; appointed to Observe it, 373

Little (W.), on Technical Education for Farmers, 66
Jardin d'Essai, Algier, 447

Liverpool Naturalists' Field Club, 211
Japan : Science, 44 ; Typhoon, 375 : Meteorological Notions, 435 Livingstone (Dr.), Intelligence of, 31, 195, 297, 349, 417
Jeffreys (J Gwyn, F.R.S.) on Dr. Lea's “Synopsis of Unionide, Lloyd (W. A.) on the Crystal Palace Aquarium, 469

119; Dall's “ Brachiopoda of the United States Coast Survey," Local Scientific Effort, Organisation of, 281
238 ; his Visit to America, 418, 512

Local Societies, Duties of, 141, 463
Jenkin (Prof. Fleeming, F.R.S.), Opening Address on Mecha- | Lockyer (J. Norman, F.R.S.), on R. A. Proctor's Treatise on
nical Science (Br. A., Section G), 318

the Sun, 83 ; on Observations of the Solar Eclipse of Dec. 12,
Jeremiah (John) on Daylight Auroras, 7, 47, 142 ; on Yellow 1871, 197 ; Lecture “On the Solar Eclipse of Dec. 1870,”
Rain, 160

230, 248;

6 The Recent and Coming Solar Eclipses,” 352
Jevons (Prof. W. Stanley), “ Helmholtz on the Axioms of Geo- “Loess,” a Chinese Clay Deposit, 38; M. Engelhardt on, 134
metry,” 481

Login (T.), Cotton and Wheat Cultivation in India, 33, 108
Johns (Rev. C. A., F.L.S.) on Ice Fleas, 446

Lombardy, Royal Institution of Science, 99
Johnson (M. Hawkins, F.G. S ) on Flint, 154, 223

London Institution, Educational Lectures at, 107 ; Proceedings,
Johnston (Alex. Keith, LL.D.), medal of Geographical Society 148, 452, 514
awarded to, 108 ; his Death, 210 ; Obituary Notice, 225

London Medical Schools, 1, 324
Jones (T.) on Science in Schools, 243, 285 ; on Elementary London University: Lectureships at, 2 ; Proceedings, 11, 31, 73,
Geometry, 486

168, 349; Degrees for Engineering Students, 67; Female
Joseph (D.), Velocity of Sound in Coal, 487

Students at, 50, 89; Physiological Scholarship, 189; the
Joule (Dr. J. P., F.R.S.), Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, 68. Brown Trust, 190, 210; Sharpey Scholarship, 210, 260 ; Ex-
Journal of Botany, 77, 108, 233, 359, 399, 453

aminations, 229; Proposed Mathematical Chair, 259 ; Elec-
Jupiter, Drawings of its Bands, 32 ; Observations of, 175

tion of President and Professors, Legacies to, 200; Siade
Jupiter's Satellites, Light of, 442

Professorship, 50
Kaines (J.), on Anthropology and M. Comte, 466

Longet (M.), Obituary Notice of, 12
Kea (Nestor notabilis), Progress of Development in, 489, 506 Low (D.), on Daylight Auroras, 121
Kent (W. S. F.Z.S.), on Affinities of the Sponges, 184, 201 ; Lowne (B. F., F.R.C.S.), on Mr. Howorth's New View of
Dredging Expedition of Spain and Portugal (Br. A.) 456.

Darwinism, 221, 240
Kent's Cavern Explorations (Br. A.), 332

Lubbock (Sir J., F.L.S.), on Scientific Teaching, 461
Kew Gardens, Dr. J. D. Hooker's Report on, 210

Lucas (John), on Day Auroras, 183, 305
Kew, Meteorological Observatory, 247, 248, 289; Sir W. Thom- Ludlow Natural History Society, 418
son (F.R.S.) on (Br. A.) 263

Luminous Meteors of 1870–71, Observations of (Br. A.), 350
Key (Rev. Henry Cooper) on Daylight Aurora, 121

Lunar Halo seen at Clifton, 33
Kinetic Theory of Gases, Sir William Thomson, F.R.S., on Lunar Objects suspected of Change, Report on (Br. A.), 352
(Br. A.), 265

Lunar Rainbow at New York (Br. A.), 300 ; in Cheshire, 466
King (Prof. William) on Eozoon Canadense, 85

Lynn (W. T., F.R.A.S), on Prof. Newcomb and Mr. Sione, 465
Kingsley (Rev. Canon) on the Colours of the Sea, 203 ; At McLeod (Herbert), on Red and Blue, 122

Last: a Christmas in the West Indies," 282 ; Cyclone in the McMaster (Lt. Col. W.), on the Colours of the Sea, 203
West Indies, 464

McNab (Dr. W. R.), on Prof. Williamson's Classification of
Kirkwood (Prof. Daniel), Great Sun Spot of June, 1843, 172 ; Vascular Cryptogams, 426, 504; on the Classification of
" Are Auroras Periodical ? ” 505

Fruits, 475
Klein (Von H. J.) on Astronomy, 24

Macnamara (C.), “Treatise on Asiatic Cholera," 302
Klinkersues (Dr.), his Theoretical Astronomy, 24

Madreporaria (See Corals)
Kropotkine (P.), Arctic Auroras, 142

Magnetic Storms in Higher Latitudes, 441
Lake (John J.), Colours of the Sea, 305

Magnetism, Discovery of Halley's Magnetic Chart, 103
Lamp (New) for Street Lighting, 477

Magnetism, Terrestrial, Sir Wm. Thomson, F.R.S., on, 264
of Biogenesis, and the Law of Gravitation,” 308

Magneto-electric Light, for the Clock Tower at Westor inster, 107
Latham (RG.) on the word “Prolificness,” 324

Magnus (Dr. Hugo), on the Bones of the Head of Birds, 364
La'terade (M.) “Theory of Two Suns," 216

Maidstone Natural History Society, 308, 417

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