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COPYRIGHT, 1883

BY THE SCIENCE COMPANY.

Franklin Press :

RAND, AVEY, AND COMPANY,

BOSTON.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.

SPECIAL ARTICLES.

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Abbott, C. C. The intelligence of fish .

327

Occurrence of amber near Trenton, NJ.

594

Allen, J. A. The right whale of the North Atlantic 598

American exhibit at the London fisheries exhibition

417

American science, future of

1

Arctic explorations

159

Armsby, H.R. The New-York agricultural experiment-

station

484

Bailey, L. W. Indian relics from New Brunswick 245

Baird, Spencer Fullerton. Purtrait

123

Balfour memorial .

59

Baltimore surface geology

277

Belknap, G. E. A singular meteoric phenomenon. Nl.

Bell, A. Melville. The alphabet and spelling-reform

473

Billings, J. S. Germs and epidemics

456

Blair, H. W. The variation of temperature under con-

ditions presumably the same. nu.

239

Brnzil, present state of science in

211

Britisia association for the advancement of science, pro-

posed meeting of, in Canada

351

Chamberlin, T. C. The copper-bearing series of Lake

Superior

453

Chittenden, R. H. Chemical and physiological 're-

searches ou the promaines

570

Cook, c. S. Perfect interference of sound by telephone 167

Dall. W. H. First use of wire in deep-sea sounding

Mollusks of the family Cocculinidae

130

Dana, C.L. Transferred impressions and visual exalta-

tion)

534

Davis, w. M. The Cachar earihquake of 1869 : : 67

An early statement of the deflective effect of the earth's

rotation.

98

Lakes and valleys in north-eastern Pennsylvania

304

The origin of cross-valleys .

325, 356

Temperature and ice of the Bavarian lakes.

Classification of islands .

487

Lake Bonneville. N.

570

Dawson, G. M. Glacial deposits of the Bow and Belly

Kiver country

477

Doane, Charles. The mappemonde of Sebastian Cabot 62

Deep-sea soundings off the Atlantic coast of the United

States. - M.

565

Derby, Orville A. "Rainiari of Uberaba, Brazil

277

The human remains of the bone-caverns of Brazil

541

Dutton, C. E. On the Hawaiians.

9

Earth-currents, registering apparntus for. ni.

596

Eastman, J. R. The Florida expedition to observe the

transit of Venus

300

Eddy, H. T. An extension of the theorem of the virial

anti its application to the kinetic theory of the constitu-

tion of gases

65

Internal molecular energy of atomic vibrations

421

Liquefaction, vaporization, and the kinetic theory of solids

and liquids.

455

Electrical units, international conference for the deterinina:

tion of

87

Emerton, J. H. Model of the giant Ociopus of the west

coast of merica. NL.

352

Eruption of Mount Etna. n.

390

Exploration, present condition of

131

Factory.bells

159

Franklin,

Christine Ladd. "The Pascal hexagram 592

Geological pomenclature

600

Geological nomenclature and coloring

245

Geological survey (U. S.), sphere of

185

Gibbs, J. W. An alleged exception to the second law of

160

Glacial theory before the Philadelphia Academy

97

Goodale, G. L. Color and assimilation

332

On the development of chlorophyll and color granules 421

Goode, G. Brown. The international fisheries exhibi.

tion. ul.

447, 564

Gottsche, c. Noter on the geology of Japan

166

Active Japanese volcanoes

329

Hall, E. H. Variations in the vertical due to elasticity of

the earth's surface

10

Magneto.motive force

391

Harrington, M. W. A telephonic time-transmitter. n. 302

The wedge-photometer

450

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Hazen, H. A. Rainfall at Panama

452

The dry. and wet-bulb hygrometer

502

A new condensing-hygrometer

597

Head-bunters of Borneo

189

Heap, D. P. History of the application of the electric

light to lighting the coasts of France. III. 135, 161, 187, 214, 242

Hirondelle, N.

388

Holden, E. S. Map of the planets and stars near the

sun, May 6, 1883. II. .

65

Hunt, T. Šterry. The geology of Lake superior: 218

The decay of rocks geologically considered .

324

Import duty on scientific journals .

589

International bureau of weights and measures

441

International fisheries exbibition

. 447, 564

International standard time

159

Kneeland, Samuel. Tbe typhoon at Manila, Oct. 20,

1882.

The Tagals of Luzon. in.

297

The Negritos of Luzon. Ill..

415

Lake Agassiz, the extinct .

2:20

Langley, $. P. Photographing the corona without an

eclipse

4

The spectrum of an argand burner.nl

481

Leidy, J. A study of the human temporal bone. II.

380, 475, 506

Marcou, J. B. Geological map of Belgium

190

The international geological congress .

512

Martin, H. Newell. Rhythmic muscular contractions 38

Consequences of spleen extirpation

66

Influence of the vagus nerve upon the heart

220

The origin, after birth, of aspiration of the thorax

357

The properties of cardiac muscle and the nature of the

action of the vagus nerve upon the heart.

246

Mathematical tripos in the University of Cambridge 412

Minot, C. S. · Anatomy and hisiology of Polyophthal-

96

Criticism of Professor Hubrechts hypothesis of develop:

ment by primogeniture

165

An apparently new animal type.

305

Life-history of the liver fluke. nu.

330

Researches on the Dicy cmidae

392

Early development of reptiles

511

Montgomery, George Edgar. Darwin

531

N. The watchmaking industry in Switzerland

296

National academy of sciences

323

New Testament autographs. nii.

35

New York state survey

267

Newberry, J. S. On the physical conditions under

which coal was formed

Newbury, Spencer B. New laboratory for physics

and chemistry at Cornell university. N.

538

Nunn, Emily A. The Naples zoological station. in. 479, 507

Osborn, Henry F. Notes upon the foetal membranes

of the opossum and other marsupials

451

Penfield, S. L. Fluorine minerals

331

Optical researches on garnet .

600

Pickering, W. H. Photographic focusing

160

Horse-trotting from a mathematical stand-point. n. 355

Planets, the small

392

Public documents, distribution of

239

Remsen, Ira. Influence of magnetism on chemical

action

36

Riley, c. v. Larval stages and habits of the beefly

Hirmoneura. N.

332

Elephantiasis, or Filaria disease. ini

419

Fig insects

599

Rotifera without rotary organs.

37

Royal society of Canada

1,561

Ryder, J. A. Rearing oysters from artificially impreg-

60

The law of nuclear displacement and its significance in

embryology. nl.

273

Development of the membrane bones of the skull of the

pike

513

The protozoan parasites of the oyster

567

Science and the newspapers

211

Science for workingmen

293

Scudder, S. H. Gigantic walking stick from the coal.

III.

93

Shaler, N. S. Improvement of the native pasture-lands

of the far west

186

Society of naturalists of the eastern United States

411
Stevens, R. P. Evidences of glaciation in Kentucky 510
Strange performance

379

Thermometer exposure.

247

Thurston, R. H. Notes relating to a peculiarity dis.
tinguisbing annealed from upannealed iron

418
Todd, D. P. Note on the observations of the transit of
Venus, 1882, at the Lick observatory

94
Too much red tape

473
Trelease, W. The color-preferences of the hire-bee 305
U., W. The total solar eclipse of May 6,

. 299, 591
Verrill, A. E. Parental instinct as a factor in the evolu.
tion of species

303
Recent explorations in the region of the Gulf Stream off

the eastern coast of the United States by the U.S. tish.
commission. Ill.

• 443, 531

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Appleton's Short course on quantitative analysis

400
Ashburner's Panther Creek coal-basin maps

309

Bolton's Student's guide in quantitative analysis

253

Brunner von Watten wyl's Prodromus der europäischen
Orthoptera.

605

De Candolle's Origin of cultivated plants. By Ara Gray 12

Compte rendu des travaux du service du Phylloxera for

1882. By 0. V. Riley.

576

Daubrée's Guide dans la collection de météorites du mu:

séum d'histoire naturelle.

41

Edwards' Recueil de figures de crustacés. 'By s. i. Smith, 546

Engelmann's Physiology of protoplasmic motion, translated

by C. S. Dolley

607

Fletcher's Prehistoric trephining and cranial amulets

307

Fouqué and Michel-Lévy's Synthèse des minéraux et des

roches

459

Gage's Text-book of the elements of physics

517

Geikie's Geological sketches at home and abroad

280

Grand'Eury's Mémoire sur la formation de la bouille. 114

Haeckel's Report on the deep-sea Medusae dredged by

H. M. 8. Challenger. NU.

195

IIaswell's Catalogne of Australian Crustacea. By J. s.

Kingsley

173

Heitzmann's Microscopical morphology of the animal body, 603

Hermite's Cours, professé pendant 1881-1882. By T. Craig, 337

Hirsch's Machines et les appareils de la méchanique gé-

nérale.

605

Houghton Farm experiments

250

Houzeau and Lancaster's Bibliographie générale de l'astro-

nomie. Iu. By E. S. Golden

112

Hovelacque's Races humaines

516

Howell and Vermeule's Topographical map of a part of

northern New Jersey.

545

James's Guesses at purpose in nature

400

Johns Hopkins university Studies in logic

514

Lyell's Life, letters, and journals

69, 110
Macgregor- Wanderings in Balochistan

487
Maine's Dissertations on early law and custom

483
Martin and Moale's Handbook of vertebrate dissection 281
Maxwell's Life.

360

Menard's Histoire des anciens peuples de l'orient

41

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Meyer and Seubert's Atomgewichte der elemente. By F.
W. Clarke

397
Miller's American paleozoic fossils

173
Minor book notices

400, 606
Morgan's Memoir by his wife

422

Mortillet's Le préhistorique

North's Repori upon the coal-fields of Natal

460

Pinner's Introduction to the study of organic chemistry,

trauslated by P. T. Austen .
Poole's Index to periodical literature
Renault's Cours de botanique fossile .

397

Report of the Connecticut agricultural esperiment-station

for 1882

396

Report of the commissioner of agriculture for 1881-82 142

Report, Eleventh, of the department of geology and natural

history of Indiana .

336

Report of the geological survey of Ohio. Zoology

278

Report, Fifteenth, of the Peabody museum of American

archaeology. Ni.

308

Report of the professor of the college of agriculture of the

university of California

578

Report, Second, of the shell-fish commissioners of Connect-

223

Rhees' Catalogue of publications of the Smithsonian insti.

tution.

310

Riley's Report of the u.'s. entomologist for 1882

487
Saporta's Apropos des algues fossiles

252

Stoddard's Outline of qualitative analysis .

400

Taber's How the prevailing winds and ocean-currents are

produced

606

Thurston's Conversion tables of weights and measures 606
Tryon's Structural and systematic concbology. Vol. i. . 40
Westwood and Satchell's Bibliotheca piscatoria .

461
White's Review of the fossil Mollusca of North America 425
Whitney's Climatic changes of later geological times. By
G. K. Gilbert.

141, 169, 192

Wilder and Gage's Anatomical techpology as applied to the

domestic cat

398

Winchell's Tenth annual report of the geological and natu-

ral history survey of Minnesota

14

Wright's Studies in science and religion

513

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437, 469, 491. 525, 555, 581, 614.

Arachnids, 203, 467.

Astronomy, 42, 115, 197, 224, 253, 311, 338, 462, 518, 548, 579.

Birds, 23, 52, 117, 180.

Botany, 20, 49, 80, 148, 178, 201, 229, 259, 287, 315, 314, 369, 404,

432, 466, 491, 522, 552, 583, 411.

Chemistry, 17, 45, 74, 115, 145, 175 ill., 199, 226, 256, 283, 313, 341,

366, 401, 428, 463, 489, 519, 549, 579, 607.

Coelenterates, 50, 81, 179, 230, 287, 314, 552, 612.

Crustaceans, 81, 179, 230, 288, 433, 467, 554.

Cryptogams, 201, 315, 341, 369, 683.

Early institutions, 25, 182, 234, 349, 373, 408, 526, 585.

Economic entomology, 82, 203, 317, 434.

Egyptology, 263, 318, 373, 403, 435, 46), 494, 526, 615.

Electricity, 44, 73, 144, 175, 199, 225, 255, 282, 312, 340, 366, 401, 427,

463, 499, 519, 519, 607.

Engineering. 44, 74, 115, 145, 199, 226, 255, 312, 340, 401, 428, 489,

519, 519, 579.

Fish, 23, 82, 117, 231, 289, 315, 554.

Folklore, 469.

Geodesy, 70, 174, 339, 426.

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R. H. RICHARDS.

D. W. Ross,

J. A. RYDER.

S. I. SMITH.
R. H. THURSTON.
D. P. Todd.
W. TRELEASE.
F. W. TRUE.
W. UPTON.
G. L. VOSE.
M. E. WADSWORTH.
S. WATSON.
C. A. YOUNG.

LIST OF PERSONS WHOSE WRITINGS ARE QUOTED IN THE WEEKLY SUMMARY.
Abbé, C., 761.
Barber, E. A., 751.
Birkinbine, J., 600.

Buchan, A., 715.
Abbot, H. L., 1105.
Bargagli, 953.
Bizzozero, 1050.

Buchheim, 84.
Abbott, C. C., 466, 1056. Barker, R., 481, 923.

Blake, W. P., 314.

Bucklor, W., 151.

Abel, 1106.

Barnes, 445.

Blanc, E., 1118.

Budge, A., 158.

Abercromby, R., 216.

Barrett, C. G., 150,

Blanc, H., 268.

Budwin, 569.

Abich, H., 937.

Barrett, W.F., 971.

Bloomfield, J. E., 1167.

Bülow, C., 845.

Abney, 29:),
Bartlett, J. R., 435.
Bochtontaine, 274.

Bütschli, 269, 273, 334.

Afanassicw, 909.

Bary, de, 442.

Bock, C., 1163.

Büttner, C. 6., 529.

Albrecht, 701.

Basserie, 679.

Bodewig, C., 115.

Burroughs, J., 668.

Allard, 353.

Bate, C. S.. 244.

Boehm, 557.

Burton, W. K., 12.

Allegret, 1067.

Bates, II. W., 57.

Böhm, 931.

Bussé, 775.

Allen, C. L., 431.
Bauer, 0., 1108.
Boguslawski, G. V., 218.

Butler, R. J., 974.
Allen, G., 669, 1041.
Baur, C., 1017.

Bokorny, 38.
Allen, H., 167, 237.
Baur, G., 462.
Boltzmann, 758.

Cadell, H. M., 1081.

Alth, 1043.

Beal, W. J., 231, 556, 894. Bond, G.M..875.

Cadett, 1070.

Alvord, 348.

Beam, W., 932.

Bonney, T. G., 827.

Calkins, W. W., 233.

Anderson, W., 541.
Bean, T. H., 276, 278, 1096. Bouche, 1057.

Camerano, 741.
André, 670.
Beaunis, 620.
Boulart, 65.

Campbell, J., 1182.
Angelitti, 584.
Béchamp, 275.

Bourne, A. G., 454, 729. Candolle, C. de, 1032.

Angot, 27.

Bechterew, 847.

Boussingault, 748, 819.

Caprun, J. R., 122.

Anschutz, R., 1074.
Beckurts, H, 197.
Boutelle, C. 0,859.

Capus, 440.

Apollonio, 1083.

Becquerel, E., 1112.

Bove, 1085, 1100.

Cash, 570.

Arcangeli, 992.
Becquerel, H., 420, 1112. Brackebusch, 1151.

Caspersen, 703.

Arloing, 1133.

Beddoe, 77.

Brandis, 45.

Castro, F. de, 545.

Arsenieff, U. V., 775.
Behnke, 1070.
Brauer, 954.

Cathrcin, A., 114.

Arzruni, A., 214.

Bebrend, 76, 409.

Braun, A., 326.

Cayley, 3, 1067.

Ashburner, C. A., 647.

Bell, R., 1117.

Braun, C. F., 572.

Ceresole, 544.

Ashton, C., 1046.
Beltrán y Rózpide, R., 227. Braunmühl, A. V., 2.

Certo, L., 694.

Auerbach, F., 479.

Bennett, 935.

Brauns, D., 723.

Chamberlain, E. G., 986.

Aurivillius, C. W. 8., 902. Bergh, R., 897, 1047.

Bremer, L., 622.

Chambers, 1123.

Austin, W. L., 710.

Berghaus, 550.

Brenner, 1082.

Champain, 722.

Axenfeld, 760.

• Berlese, 951.

Brewer, W. H., 343.

Chappuis, J., 5.

Ayrton, 356, 1071, 1142. Berthelot, 16, 191, 425.

Brill, A., 288.

Chardonnet, 6.
Berthold, G., 664, 724.

Brinton, D. G., 282, 681, Chareyre, 939.

Backlund, O., 474, 531.

Bertkau, 517.

1011.

Charnay, D., 1008.

Baerwald, C., 214.

Bertrand, M. E., 433.

Broca, P., 526.

Chervin, 436.

Bailey, L. H., jun , 555.

Bianchi, 534.

Broesike, G., 621.

Chickering, J. W., 320.

Bailey, W. W., 135, 137. Bidwell, S., 540.

Bronn, 52.

Chism, R. E., 599.
Bain, A., 409.
Biedermann, 1002.
Brooks, W., 291.

Chludsinski, 654.
Baker, J. G., 561, 893.
Biedert, 1006.
Brown, J. P., 252.

Christiani, 182.
Balbiani, 1169.
Billings, J. 8., 744.
Brown, N. E., 236.

Christy, 955.
Balfour, 256, 453.
Bindschedler, R., 1073.
Brugsch, 1183.

Church, 820.
Ball, R. 3., 434.
Birch, 805).

Brunton, T. L., 570, 1177. Ciaccio, G, V., 247.
Ballo, 430.
Birge, 393, 394.
Buch, M , 222.

Ciamician, 817.

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