Annual Record of Science and Industry, Volumen4
"A series ... which, although entirely unconnected with a work haviing somewhat the same object-the Annual of scientific discovery-took up the record of scientific and industrial progress where the latter left it off, after having been published since 1850."- Annual record for 1877, p. iii.
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Página 626 - The Treasury of Botany, or Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable Kingdom ; with which is incorporated a Glossary of Botanical Terms.
Página 666 - History of the United Netherlands : from the Death of William the Silent to the Twelve Years
Página 666 - WHYMPER'S ALASKA. Travel and Adventure in the Territory of Alaska, formerly Russian America — now Ceded to the United States— and in various other parts of the North Pacific.
Página 666 - II. ON THE AUTHORIZED VERSION OF THE NEW TESTAMENT in Connection with some Recent Proposals for its Revision.
Página 277 - Spores and other vegetable cells are constantly present in atmospheric dust, and usually occur in considerable numbers ; the majority of them are living and capable of growth and development : the amount of them present in the air appears to be independent of conditions of velocity and direction of wind ; and their numbers are not diminished by moisture, 11.
Página 665 - VINCENT'S LAND OF THE WHITE ELEPHANT. The Land of the White Elephant : Sights and Scenes in Southeastern Asia. A Personal Narrative of Travel and Adventure in Farther India, embracing the Countries of Burma, Siam, Cambodia, and Cochin-China (1871-2).