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ABEL (Prof. F. A., F.R.S.), Some of the Dangerous Properties
of Dust, 19; the Legal Flashing Test for Petroleum, 466
Abercromby (Hon R.), Spectroscope and Weather Forecasting,

Abietineæ, the, a Chapter in the History of Coniferæ, J. Starkie
Gardner, 106

Abney (Capt.) and Prof. Schuster on Results obtained during
the late Total Solar Eclipse, 465
Aborigines, Australian, A. W. Howitt, 452
Absorption of Heat by Gas-mixtures, Heine, 308
Accidents from Electricity in Paris, 378, 415
Accumulators, Kabath's Electric, 180; Chemistry of Planté and Analysis, Commercial Organic, A. H. Allen, 28

Faure's Gladstone and Tribe, 603
Acoustics, Koenig's Experiments in, 203, 275
Adams (Prof. Leith), Death of, 377

Africa, Italian Exploration of, 41; Report of South African
Museum, 231; New English Expedition, 304; Lieut. Giraud's
Expedition, 3c9; Dr. Holub's New Expedition to South
Africa, 558; Ravenstein's Map of Eastern Equatorial Africa,
558; African Rivers and Meteorology, Prof. O'Reilly, 597;
Hamburg Geographical Society's Expedition to Central East
Africa, 615

Agardh (Dr. J. G.), Algæ, 65
Agriculture and Biology, 101

Aerial, Panoramic Photography, 482

Aeronautics, Ascent by M. Eloy, 67, 88; Aëronautical Society, Anderson (R.), Lightning Conductors, 557

335; French Military Aeronauts, 482
Erorthometer, the, 467

Æschna cyanea, urious Fact regarding, Signor Stefanelli,

Aino Ethnology, A. H. Keane, 524

Air in Guns, Resistance of the, Prof. D. Colladon, 353
Airy (Sir G. B., F.R.S.), the Proposed New Forth Bridge,

Alaska, Seal Islands of, 199; Lieut. Schwatka's Expedition to
Northern, 231; Joan Petroff on Limit of Innuit Tribes on
Alaska Coast, 257

Aldis (Mary Steadman), "The Great Giant Arithmos," 123
Alexandria, Climate of, 338; Telephonic Experiment at Malta

during Bombardment of, 287

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 17, 480,

American Journal of Science, 22, 94, 286, 383
American Mathematical Text-books, some Recent, R. Tucker,

American Naturalist, 70, 88, 591

American Woodcock Carrying its Young, 542
Amicis' (De) "Morocco," German Edition, 614
Amu-Daria, Geological History of Delta of, 282
Anesthesia of Larynx by Carbonic Acid, Brown-Séquard,

Algæ, Dr. J. G. Agardh on, 65

Algol, the Variable Star, 483

Allen (A. H.), "Commercial Organic Analysis," 28
Allen (Grant), Colours of Flowers, 299, 323, 346, 371
Alluvion, Sea-Shore, Langley Point, 30; Galshot and Hurst

Beaches, 104; the "Chesil," J. B. Redman, 150
Altitudes, Rapid-view Instruments for Momentary, Fras.
Galton, F.R.S., 249

Altitudes, Sunlight and Skylight at, 586
Aluminium for Movable Coil, Dr. E. Obach, 245; The Mecha-
nical Properties of, 495

Umazulu: the Zulus, their Past History, Manners, Customs,
and Language, &c.," Rev. J. B. Jenkinson, 522
America: Free Libraries in, 329; Convention of Photographers
Association of, 378

Anatomie, Handbuch der vergleichenden, Prof. Schmidt,

Anatomie der Wirbelthiere, Lehrbuch der, Prof. Wiedersheim,

Andes, Note on Soroche (Mountain Sickness) in the, J. Ball,
F.R.S., 477

Andrews (G. H.), " Boats of all Nations," 556
Andreyew Expedition, 558
Anemometrical Observations on Board Ship, 83
Angell (Dr. A.), the Brown Coloration of Southampton Water,
Animal Intelligence: Dr. Geo. J. Romanes, F.R.S., J. Whit-
taker, 449; C. Lloyd Morgan, 523; Rev. Geo. Henslow,
Annalen der Physik und Chemie, 45, 166, 286, 359, 472
Annales de Chimie et de Physique, 585

Annual Record of Published Scientific Work, Prof. Sollas's
Scheme for, 377

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Armagh Observatory, Appointment of J. L. E. Dreyer as
Director of, 88

Armstrong (Sir Wm.) on the Treatment of Steel for the Con-
struction of Ordnance, 494

Arnoglossus Lophotes, Specimen of, 556
Arran, Dr. Geikie, F.R.S, in, 39

Arsenious Sulphide in Arsenious Oxide, Colloidal Form of,

Art, Primer of, John Collier, Miss L. S. Bevington, 5
Asia, by A. H. Keane, Rev. A. H. Sayce, 317
Asia, the Central Plateau of, Sir Richard Temple, 437
Astronomical Column, 18, 42, 68, 90, 114, 137, 161, 185, 210,

223, 281, 307, 331, 344, 448, 483, 511, 541, 613, 635
Astronomical Observations, Dr. Simon Newcomb, 326
A tronomical Observatories, Continental, 331
Atlantis, Ignatius Donnelly, 341

Atlases, McAlpine's, 175; Prof. T. J. Parker, 292; Dr.
McAlpine, 386

Atmosphere at the Surface of the Earth, Mean Temperature of,
as Determined by Observations and by Theory, Ó. Reichen-
bach, 150

Atomic Weights, 271

Atomic Attraction, F. D. Brown, 332

Atta della R. Accademia dei Lincei, 23, 71, 94, 360, 519
August Meteors, Donald Cameron, 378, 523
Aurora: 453; Aurora Australis, T. H. Potts, 126; in Green.
land, 130; on the Newfoundland Coast, 160; Observatory
for, Lophus Tromholt, 220, 230; E. J. Stone on, 556; Rev.
A. E. Eaton on, 626; the Recent, Prof. O'Reilly, S. Everhed,
W. J. Lineham, Dr. G. Plarr, Elizabeth Brown, 548; W. H.
M. Christie, F.R.S., G. M. Seabroke, A. P. Smith, J. K.
Watts, Anne Gifford, W. Larden, H. Mellish, 571; Aurora
Borealis, 56; Prof. J. P. O'Reilly, 56; W. Pullinger, 81;
S. Maitland Baird Glennill, 105; in France, 585
Australian Museum, Report of Trustees of, 379
Australian Aborigines, A. W. Howitt, 452
Austrian Solar Meteorological Expedition, 231
Aye-Aye of Madagascar, Notes on, Rev. R. Baron, 504

B.A. Unit, R. T. Glazebrook, 597

Backhouse (T. W.), Spectrum of Wells' Comet, 56

Bacteria, Influence of Light on Development of, Jas. Jamieson,


Bagot (Alan), Colliery Ventilation, W. Galloway, 339
Bahr-el-Jebel, Journey of Dr. Emin-Bey in East of, 282
Baker (B.), on the Forth Bridge, 494, 624
Balbi's Universal Geography, New Edition of, 282
Balfour (Prof. F. M.), Death of, 305, 329; Obituary Notice of
by Dr. M. Foster, F.R.S., 313, 365; Burial of, 351: Prof.
Alfred Newton on, 342; G. Griffith on, 365; Prof. Arthur
Gamgee on, 405; Prof. J. Bell on, 584; Presentation of his
Scientific Library to University of Cambridge, 611; Proposed
Memorial to, 583, 631

Ball (J, F.R.S.), Note on Soroche (Mountain Sickness) in the
Andes, 477

Ball (Prof. R. S., F.R.S.), Dunsink Observatory, 236

Ball (Prof. V.): the Salt Supply of India, 468; Diamond Mines
in India, 468
Balliol College, Oxford, Endowment of Lectureship in Physical
Science, 279
Ballion (E.), Index to Bulletin of Moscow Impl. Society of
Naturalists, 557
Balloons: Experiments on the Steering of, 17; Vote of Subsidy
for Photographing Paris by Captive Balloons, 231; Woolwich
Balloons sent to Egypt, 471; Scientific Ascents at Paris, 585;
Regulations by Vienna Municipal Authorities for Persons
wishing to Manœuvre, 613

Bamberg, Bequest by Dr. Remeis for Observatory in, 230
Bancroft (H. K.), History of the Pacific States of North
America, 558

Bark imported into England from Columbia, 66

Barnes (Joseph), Elementary Qualitative Analysis, 621
Barometers, J. T. Brown, 282

Baron, Rev. R.), Notes on the Aye-Aye of Madagascar, 504
Barrett (Prof. W. F.), Alteration in Dimension of Magnetic
Metals by Act of Magnetisation, 585

Bartoli and Papasogli, Mellogen, 568
Battery, New Forms of Secondary, 308; Chemistry of Planté
and Faure, Dr. J. H. Gladstone, F.R.S., 342; Sulphate of
Heat in Secondary, Prof. O. J. Lodge, 596

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Solution of Two Salts proved by Brügelmann 614

Besançon, Observatory Established at, 88

Bevington (Miss L. S.), "Primer of Art," John Collier, 5
Bidie (Surgeon-Major), White Ants, 549
Binary Star 73 Ophiuchi, 541

Binocular Perspective, W. Le Conte Steveus, 68
Biology: Biological Notes, 42, 542; Biology and Agriculture,
101; Teaching of at the Royal Agricultural College, Ciren-
cester, 112; Biology in an Arts Curriculum, Prof. F. W.
Hutton, 209; Studies from Biological Laboratory of Johns
Hopkins University, 331; Biological Station at Sydney, 480
Birds, Gizzard-contents of some Oceanic, H. B. Guppy, 12;
Instantaneous Photography of Birds in Flight, 84, 85, 86;
Coues Check List of North American Birds, 362

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Bobbers, Prof. H. N. Moseley, F.R.S., 501
Bock (Carl), Exploration in Siam, 550
Bohemia, Science in, 164, 237

Bonn, Phylloxera at, 584

Bornet and Grunow, a New Genus of Cryptophyceæ, 557
Bossek of Observatory, 378

"Botanical Atlas; a Guide to the Practical Study of Plants,"
D. McAlpine, 175

Botanical Society, German, 280

Botany, Jackson's Guide to the Literature of, Jas. Britten,

Bottomley (J. T.), James Prescott Joule, 617

Boulder, Preservation of Granite, from Mount Sorrel, 257
Bouty (M), Analogy to Thermoelectric Phenomena, 309
Bove Expedition, Wreck of, 415
Bower Birds, Affinities of, 558

Bowerbank (Dr.), a Monograph of the British Spongidæ,

Bowman (W.), the Researches of, Prof, Arthur Gamgee,

Bradford, Opening of the Technical School at, 207
"Brain and its Functions," J. Luys, 103

Bramwell (Sir F. J.) on Compressed Air as applied to Locomo-
tion, 495

Brazza's (M. de) Discoveries in Ogowe, 209

Breathing, Course of Air in Nasal Cavity in, Dr. Paulsen,

Breguet (Antoine), Death of, 257
"Brehm's Zoological Atlas," 510

Bristol, New Technical School in, 184

BRITISH ASSOCIATION: Meeting at Southampton, 16; General
Arrangements, Excursions, &c., 337; Opening of, 390;
Inaugural Address of the President, C. William Siemens,
D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., 390; the Proposed Meeting in
Canada, 421, 457; Grants, 421; Report of Committee for

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preparing a New Series of Wave-lengths Tables of the
Spectra of the Elements, 458; Report of Committee on
Methods of Calibrating Mercurial Thermometers, 458;
Report of Committee for Investigating the Ultra-Violet
Spark-Spectra emitted by Metallic Elements, 458; Report
of Committee on the Lunar Disturbance of Gravity, 459;
Report of Committee on the Present State of Spectrum
Analyis, 459; Report of Committee on the Natural His-
tory of Socotra, 459; Report of Committee on the Revised
New Code and the Teaching of Science in Schools, 459;
Preliminary Report of Committee on Erratic Blocks, 460;
Report of Committee on Caves in Ireland, 461; Report of
Committee on Underground Waters, 461; Report of Com-
mittee for obtaining Photographs of the Typical Races in
the British Isles, 463; Report of Committee on the Scottish
Zoological Station, 464; Report on the International Geo-
logical Map of Europe, 404; Report on the Earthquake
Phenomena of Japan, 464; Report of Committee on Fossil
Polyzoa (Jurassic Species-British Area only), 486; Report
of Committee on Electrical Standards, 488; Report of
Committee on Meteoric Dust, 488; Report of Committee
on Wind Pressure, 488; Report of Commitee on Screw
Gauges, 488; Meeting, 1884, 634

Section A (Mathematical and Physical).-Opening Address by
the President, the Right Hon. Lord Rayleigh, F.R.S.,
400; Lord Rayleigh on the Absolute Measurement of Elec-
tric Currents, 465; on the Duration of Free Electric Cur-
rents in a Conducting Cylinder, 465; on the Equilibrium of
Liquid-conducting Surfaces charged with Electricity, 465;
Prof. Schuster and Capt. Abney on Results obtained during
the late Total Solar Eclipse, 465: Prof. Schuster on some
Matters relating to the Sun, 465; G. H. Darwin on a Mis-
print in the Tidal Report for 1872, 465; G. Forbes on the
Velocity of White and Coloured Light, 461; Prof. Balfour
Stewart on a Similarity between Magnetical and Meteorolo-
gical Weather, 488; on a Supposed Connection between
the Heights of Rivers and the Number of Sun-spots on the
Sun, 489; Prof. H. S. Hele Shaw on Contact Makers of
Delicate Action, 490

Section B (Chemical Science).—Opening Address by the Presi-
dent, Prof. G. D. Liveing, F.R. S., 402; Professors Liveing
and Dewar on the reversals of the Spectral Lines of Metals,
466; F. A. Abel on the Legal Flashing Test for Petroleum,
466; Prof. J. M. Crafts on the Boiling-points and Vapour-
tensions of Mercury, &c., determined by the Hydrogen
Thermometer, 466; H. B. Dixon on the Velocity of Ex-
plosion of a Mixture of Carbonic Oxide and Oxygen, with
Varying Quantities of Aqueous Vapour, 466; C. T.
Kingzett on the Action of Oxygen and the Mode of
Formation of Hydrogen Dioxite, 466; Prof. Sakurai
on Metallic Compounds containing Bivalent Hydrocarbon
Radicals, Part III., 467; Prof. W. A. Tilden on Hydro-
carbons of the Formula (C,Hg)n, 467; A. Vernon Harcourt
on the Ærorthometer, an Instrument for Correcting the
Measure of a Gas, 467; C. T. Heycock on a Revision of
the Atomic Weight of Rubidium, 467; W. Marriott on a
Method of Obtaining Ammonia from Shoddy, 467; Prof.
von Baumhauer on the Application of the Diamond to
Mineralogical and Chemical Analysis, 467; Prof. Divers
and M. Shimos on the Occurrence of Tellurium and
Selenium in Japan, 467; J. M. Thomson on the Action of
the Component Salts as Nuclei on Supersaturated Solutions
of certain Double Salts, 467; Prof. Crafts and A. Killiet
on the Decomposition by Heat of Potassium Chlorate, 467
Section C (Geology).—Opening Address by the President,
Robert Etheridge, F.R.S., 422; J. S. Gardner on the
Cause of Elevation and Subsidence of Land, 468; Prof.
Prestwich on the Drift Phenomena of Hampshire, 468;
Prof. V. Ball on the Sources of the Salt Supply of India,
468; Prof. V. Ball on the Identification of certain Ancient
Diamond Mines in India, 468; H. B. Woodward on the
Bure Valley Beds and Westleton Beds, 468; C. E. de
Rance on the Iron and Lead Measures of Tyne-Head,
Alston, 468 Rev. A. Irving on Alpine Rocks, 468; W.
Pengelly on the Post-Miocene Deposits of Bovey Tracey,
469; Rev. E. Hills on Problems of the Channel Islands,
469; T. W. Shore and E. Westlake on the Southampton
Artesian Well, 469; W. Topley on the Synclinal Structure
of the Straits of Dover, 469; Dr. Charles Ricketts on Sub.
sidence as the Effect of Accumulation, 469; E. Wethered

on the Origin of the Hæmatite Deposits in the Carboni-
ferous Limestone, 469; Prof. W. Boyd Dawkins on the
Geology of the Channel Tunnel, 491; C. E. de Rance on
the Channel Tunnel in its Geological Aspects, 491; A. R.
Hunt on the Evidence of Wave Action at a Depth of Forty
Fathoms in the English Channel, 491; Prof. Prestwich on
the Equivalents in England of the "Sables de Bracheux,"
&c., 491; Prof. W. J. Sollas on the Formation of Flints,
491; Prof. James Thomson on Sandstone Conglomerate,
491; J. S. Gardner on a Revised Classification of the
British Eocene, 491; J. W. Elwes on the Oligocene Strata
in the Hampshire Basin, 492; E. Tawney on the outcrop
of the Brockenhurst Beds, near Lyndhurst, 492
Section D (Biology).-Opening Address by the President, Prof.
Arthur Gamgee, F. R.S., 405

Department of Anthropology.-Opening Address by Prof. W.
Boyd Dawkins, F.K.S., 434; W. S. Duncan on Evidence
as to the Scene of Man's Evolution and the Prospects of
Proving the same by Falæontological Discovery, 494; G.
Harris on Ebb and Flow in Mental Endowment, 494; F.
Bonney on some Customs of the Aborigines of the River
Darling, N.S.W., 494; Prof. Boyd Dawkins on the Light
thrown by the Exploration of Caves on the Conquest of
Britain, 494
Department of Zoology and Botany.-Prof. Du Bois Rey-
mond on a new principle affecting the Systematic Dis-
tribution of the Family of the Torpedinida; and on the
Probable Occurrence of the T. occidentalis (Storer) on the
British Coast, 492; Prof. McIntosh on Cephaliseus, a new
form allied to Rhabdopleura (Allman), 492; T. Mott on an
Instructional System of Arrangement in Provincial Museums,
492; Dr. Cobbold on the Injurious Parasites of Egypt,
492; Dr. Arthur Angell on the Brown Coloration of the
Southampton Water, 493
Department of Anatomy and Physiology.-Dr. Fraser on the
Early Development of certain Rodents, 493; Dr. G. E.
Dobson on the Homologies of the Long Flexor Muscles of
the Feet of Mammalia, 493; Dr. Hartog on the Nature of
the "Telson" and "Caudal Fusca of the Crustacea," 493;
F. J. Faraday on Considerations arising from Koch's Dis-
covery of the Bacillus Tuberculosis, 493; W. Newton
Parker on the Kidneys of Teleostei, 493; Dr. S. N. Mac-
donald on the Perception of Colour in Man and Animals,
493; T. W. Shore on the Structure of the Muscular Tissue
of the Leech, 493; E. A. Shafer on an Improved Method
of Direct Determining of the Contraction Wave in Curarised
Muscle, 494; G. B. Howes on the presence of a Tympanum
in the Genus Raca, 494; Prof. H. N. Mortin's Method of
Isolating the Mammalian Heart for experimental purposes,
494; T. S. Ralph on some Toxic Conditions of the Blood
illustrated by the Action of Hydrocyanic Acid, 494
Section E (Geography).-Opening Address by the President,
Sir Richard Temple, Bart., 437
Section G (Mechanical Science).-Opening Address by the
President, John Fowler, C.E., F.G.S., 441; B. Baker on
the Forth Bridge, 494; Sir Wm. Armstrong on the Treat-
ment of Steel for the Construction of Ordnance, 494; T.
R. Wrighton on the Increased Tenacity in Perforated Test
Bars of Iron and Steel, 494; J. Clarke Hawkshaw on the
Channel Tunnel, 494; T. K. Crampton on excavating the
Channel Tunnel by Hydraulic Machinery, 494; Major
Allen Cunningham on the Hydraulic Experiments at Roor-
kee, 495; Sir F. J. Bramwell on Compressed Air as applied
to Locomotion, 495; Dr. Fleming on Recent Progress in
Electric Railways, 495; Prof. Forbes on Wires conveying
Currents, 495; Barlow on the Mechanical Properties of
Aluminium, 495; A. Giles on the Southampton Docks,
495; Prof. W. C. Unwin on Current Meter Observations
in the Thames, 495; Sir F. J. Bramwell on a Speed Indi-
cator, 495; the B.A. Unit, 597
British Fossil Cephalopods, a Monograph of, J. F. Blake, 25
British Medical Association, 351

Britten, James: Old English Plant-Names, 243; Jackson's Guide
to the Literature of Botany, 417; Jackson's Vegetable Tech-
nology, 417

Bromine, Vapour-Density of, Jahn, 567

Brooks (W. K.), Handbook of Invertebrate Zoology, Prof. E.
Ray Lankester, F.R.S., 548
Brown (Elizth.), the Recent Aurora, 548
Brown (F. D.), Atomic Attraction, 332

Brown (J. E. A.), the Cuckoo, 56

Brown (J. T.), Temperature Regulators, 114; Barometers,


Brown (Robert), "Law of Kosmic Order: an Investigation of
the Physical Aspect of Time," 79

Brussels Chronograph, the, 107

Bulletins de la Société d'Anthropologie de Paris, 46, 472
Bulletin de l'Academie Royale des Sciences de Belgique, 94, 262,
359, 519

Bulletin de l'Academie des Sciences de St. Petersbourg, 166
Bulletin de la Soc. Imp. des Naturalistes de Moscou," 213
Bulletin of Torrey Botanical Club, 286

Burmah, Birds of, Eugene Oates, 305

"Burman, the," by Shway Yeo, Dr. Tylor, F.R.S., 593

Bursera, Seed-Leaves of, 558

Butterflies, South African, Roland Trimen, 556

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Chemistry, Dynamics of, Prof. G. D. Liveing, F.R.S., 402
Chesil, The," Sea-shore Alluvion, J. B. Redman, 150
Chiasmodon Niger, Theo. Gill, 574


Ceylon, Prof. Haeckel in, 375, 388, 502, 574

"Chambers's Etymological Dictionary of the English Lan-
guage," Andrew Findlater, 7

Channel Tunnel, 160, 229; M. Berthelot on, 230; J. Clark
Hawkshaw on, 494; T. R. Crampton on, 494; Pointing of
Rocks and the, Prof. W. King, 45'

Chase (Prof. Pliny Earle), Conservation of Solar Energy,

Cheese, Imitation, Prof. T. E. Thorpe, F.R.S., 172
Chemical Lecture Experiments, 110

Chemical Notes, 44, 137

Chemical Society, 47, 95, 191; Proceedings of, 239
Chemical Calculations, Notes on, with Examples, for use in the
Leys School, A. Vinter, 501

Chemistry of Planté and Faure Cell, Dr. J. H. Gladstone,
F.R.S., and Dr. A. Tribe, F.R.S., 251, 603; Prof. P. J.
Lodge, 268; Dr. J. H. Gladstone, F.R.S., 342
Chemistry, Catechism of Modern Elementary, 280

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Chicago Observatory, Report of, 613

China, Maps of, 19; Extension Seaward of the Waters of the
Chinese Rivers, Surgeon-Major H. B. Guppy, 38; Telegraph
in, 113; Meteorology in, 136; Mines in, 136; Earthquakes
in, Marc Dechevrens, 175; the Geology of, Dr. Archibald
Geikie, F.R.S., 241; Translation of Modern Scientific Works
into Chinese, 379; Coast, Meteorological service of, 414;
Printing in, 612; Chinese Deities made subservient to Political
ends, 613

Chios, Earthquake at, 351
Chlorine at high Temperatures, Smith and Lowe's Experiments
on, 568

Chlorophyll-Granules, Researches on the Division of the, and
upon the occurrence of Hypochlorin in the Cyanophycea and
Bacillariaceæ, Prof. Schaarschmidt Gyula, 476

Chlorophyll, Spectroscopic Study of, 636

Choughs, Domesticated, Lady Dorothy Nevill, 556

Christie (W. H. M., F.R.S.), Sun Spots and Magnetic
Storms, 55; Recent Magnetic Storm and Aurora, 571
Chronograph, the Brussels, 107

Chronograph, Washburn, E. S. Holden, 368
Circumpolar Expedition, Swedish, 378, 447

City and Guilds of London Institute, Report of Technological
Examination of, 447

Clarke (Hyde), Early History of Mediterranean Populations,
341; Gesture Speech of Man, 419

Cleveland Technical School, B. Samuelson, M.P., 351

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Colonial Forest Cultivation, Memorial for School of, 280
Colossal Cuttle-Fish, 542

Colour Perception, Napier Smith, 30; J. W. Swan, 246
Colour Blindness, Decision of the Swedish Government, as to
Employment of Railway Officials, 482; Russian Physicians
on, 510

Colour, "Natural" Experiment in Complementary, C. T.
Whitmell, 573; W. R. Brown, 597

Colours of Flowers, Grant Allen, 299, 323, 346, 371
Colours and Dyewares, Manual of, J. W. Slater, 89
Columbia, Bark Imported into England from, 66
Columbus Monument at Barcelona, 611

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Combing" of Waves, A. M. Worthington, 198
Comets 1882a (Wells), 18, 42, 68, 114, 137, 161,223, 308,
551, 582; Prof. E. J. Stone on, 104; A. Percy Smith on,
124; F. T. Mott on, 124; A. A. Common on, 501; A. Ricco
on, 609; G. M. Seabroke on, 621; Major Herschel on,
622; C. J. B. Williams on, 622; W. Larden on, 623;
General Sir J. H. Lefroy on, 623; Wentworth Erck on,
573, 597, 623; H. Collett on, 623; Daylight Observations
of, 210, 281; Spectrum of, T. W. Backhouse, 56; A. Percy
Smith, 124; Dr. B. Hasselberg, 344; Comet of May, 17,
210; Comet of 1881, 11, on June 11; Cordoba Observation
of, 186; Comet of 1812, expected return of, 448; Comet of
1763, 483; Comet 18826 (Finlay, Sept. 8), 614, 635;
Barnard, Sept. 10, 636; Comet of 1812, Pon's, 636; Comet-

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