ABBE (Prof. Cleveland): Macclesfield Observations, 365 ; Note of South African Butterflies, Rowland Trimen, F.R.S., 266 ;
on his Work, 502

Incwadi Yama, or Twenty Years' Personal Experience in
Abercromby (Hon. Ralph): a Meteorolozist at the Royal Aca- South Africa, J. W. Matthews, 29; ; German East African

demy, 225; the Weather in the “Doldrums," 238; and R. Possessions, Dr. Hans Meyer, 305
H, Scoti, F.R.S., on Meldrum's Rules for Handling Ships in Ain, Notes on the Departement de l', Dr. Aubert, 431
the Southern Indian Ocean, 358 ; Photographs of Lightning- Ainos: Folk-Lore of the, 87; Burial Customs of the, Rev. T.
Flashes, 547

Batchelor, 331
Aberdare Hall, Cardiff, 257

Air: Determination of the Weight of, M. J. M. Crafts, 192 ;
Aberdeen University, 552

Movement of, in the Atmosphere, Dr. Lummer, 192
Aberration, Constants of, 185

Air and Water, the Micro-organisms of, Dr. Percy F. Frank-
Abney (Captain W. de W., F.R.S.): Colour Photometry, 212 ;

land, 232
Photomeiry of Colour, 286 ; on the Determination of the Aitchison (J. E. T., F.R.S), the Botany of the Afghan
Photometric Intensity of the Coronal Light during the Solar Delimitation Commission, 219
Eclipse of August 28, 29, 1886, 407

Aitken (Sir William, F.R.S.), the Animal Alkaloids, &c.,
Abscess, Microbism and, Verneuil, 488

Absorption Specira, the, of Crystals, M. Becquerel, A. E. Alaska, Lieut. Emmon's Ethnographical Collection from, 64
Tutton, 343

Al-Biruni's India : an Account of the Religion, Philosophy,
Academy of Sciences, Proposed Czech, 302

Literature, &c., of India about A. D. 1030, 97
Acari, A. D. Michael on, 94

Albuminoid Substances in the White of an Egs, Study of, 164
Acheson (E. G.): Measurements of Sparking. Distance in Air Alcohol, a Treatise on, with Tables of Spirit Gravities, Thomas

of Alternate Currents used in Electric Lighting, 305; Inquiry Stevenson, 101
into Influence of Disruptive Discharges of Powerful Alter- Alcoholism and Criminality, M. Marambat, 135
nating Currents, 577

Aldrovandia vesiculosa, M. Korzchinsky on, 160
Açores, Excursions Zoologiques dans les, Jules de Guerne, 113 Alexander (G. W.), Humming-bird and Mantis, 383
Actinometer, Electro-chemical, Gouy and Rigollot, 119

Alexander (Dr. H.), New Platinum Base obtained by, 256
Adam (Paul), New Organic Compounds of Diphenyl, 599 Alexander (J.) and Prof. Carnelly on the Colour of some
Adelaide Botanic Garden, Report of the, 623

Carbon Compounds, 141
Advancement of Science, the Australasian Association for the, Alkaline Phosphites, on the Action of the, on the Alkaline-

Earthy Oxides, M. L. Ouvrard, 168
Eolotropic Elastic Solids, C. Chree on, 165

Alkaloids, the Animal, Sir William Aitken, F.R.S., 170;
Aerolites, on the Orbits of, H. A. Newton, 63, 250

A. M. Brown, 170
Veronautics : Proposed Steel Vacuum Balloon, 185 ; Aëronaut. Allen (Grant), and Electro-physics, 221

ical Society of Great Britain, 230 ; a Compressed Air Engine Allene, the Gas, Gustavson and Demjanoff, 552
for Flying Machine, L. Hargrave, 463 ; War Aerostation in Alps, Western, on the Constitution and Structure of the
France, 552

Crystalline Schists of the, Prof. Chi. Lory, 506
Agassiz Seaside Assembly, 203

Aluminium: on Organic Compounds in their relations to Haloid
Agriculture : in Canada, 87; Agricultural Education in Nor- Salts of, G. Gustafson, 139; in certain Vascular Cryptogams,
thern Italy and in Prussia, 138 ; the Principles of Agricultural on the Occurrence of, Prof. A. H. Church, 140, 228; Cowles's
Practice as an Instructional Subject, Prof. John Wrightson, Process for the Production of, 162 ; the Vapour-density of,
220 ; New School of Agriculture at West Lavington, 228; 239 ; Production of, H. T. Castner, 326; Present Position of
Keport of the British Consul at Hakodadi, on Agriculture of the Manufacture of, 592 ; Freczing point of Solutions of
Yezo, Japan, 373; the Rothamsted Experiments on the Organic Compounds of, Louise and Roux, 608
Growth of Wheat, Barley, and the Mixed Herbage of Grass Amaryllidez, Hand-book of the, J. G. Baker, F.R. S., 362
Land, William Fream, 465; Professorship of Agriculture Amber in West Jutland, Discovery of, 598
founded at Virginia University, 552 ; Rural School Education America : Scandinavian Colonization of, 17; American Na.
in Agriculture in Scotland, Prof. Robert Wallace, 576 ; Pro- tional Academy of Sciences, 63 ; American Association for
posed Agricultural College, 598

Advancement of Science, 64, 256, 452 ; American Journal
Afforestation in America, 487

of Science, 91, 189, 430, 462, 559 ; American Journal of
Afghans, the, M. L. Rousselet, 431

Mathematics, 164, 582; American Meteorological Journal,
Afghan Delimitation Commission, the Botany of the, J. E. T. 112, 204, 326, 502; Implements of Paläolithic Type in
Aitchison, F.R.S., 219

America, 184; New York “ Blizzard,” 204 ; Dr. David
Africa : Dwarf Races in, R. G. Haliburton, 112 ; Tropical T. Day's Pottery Collection, 206 ; American Observa.

Africa, Henry Drummond, 171; Lieutenants Kund and tories, 231, 626; the International Congress of “Ame-
Tappenbeck's Expedition into Cameroons, 186; a Century ricanists,” 256, 552 ; Trans-Mississippi Rainfall, 326 ;
of African Exploration, Dr. Supan, 186 ; Report of the South American Statistical Association, Water-power employed in the
African Museum for 1887, 230 ; Jules Borelli's African Ex- United States, 349 ; American Philosophical Society, 351 ;
plorations, 259; a Monograph of the Extra-Tropical Species Native Birds of North America, 373 ; Cincinnati Exposition,

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373 ; National Zoological Park at Washington, 397 ; Report Argentine Ornithology, P. L. Sclater, F.R.S., and W. H.
of the Trustees of the Museum of Natural History, New Hudson, Prof. R. Bowdler Sharpe, 587
York, 422 ; American Geology, 452 ; the Fourth Centenary Argyll (the Duke of, F.R.S.:: Functionless Organs, 341, 411 :
of the Discovery of America by Columbus, 487; Afforestation Prophetic Germs, 564, 615
in America, 487 ; American Association, 500, 552 ; American Arithmetic : Graphical, the Elements of, and Graphical
Academy of Arts and Sciences, 511; American Geographical Statics, John Y. Gray and Geo. 1 owson, 4; Arithmetic
Society, 529

for Heginners, Rev. J. B. Loch, 76 ; Arithmetic, a Higher,
Amorétti (Félix) y Carlos M. Morales, Teoria Elemental de las and Elementary Mensuration, P. Goyen, 218; Arithmetical

Determinantes y sus Principales Aplicaciones al Algebra y la Exercises, H. S. Hall and S. R. Knighi, 490
Geometria, 537

Arizona, Discovery of Prehistoric Cilies in, 42
Amorphous Antimony, M. F. Hérard, 432

Arizona, Hemenway Expedition in, Thos. Wilson, 629
Ampère, Statue of, 598

Armour of the Middle Ages, a Collection of, 134
Amsterdam : Royal Academy of Sciences, 24, 120, 216, 336, Armstrong (Lord), on Technical Education, 313
632 ; Zoological Society, 62

Armstrong (Prof. H. E., F.R.S.): Report of the British
Anagyrine, on, MM. E. Hardy and N. Gallois, 360

Association Committee on Isomeric Napthalene Derivatives,
Analyst's Laboratory Companion, Alfred E. Johnson, 564

596 ; Valency, 596
Anatomy, Comparative, Modifications of First and Second Arnaud (M.), Strophanthine, 311
Visceral Arches, Hans Gadow, 47

Aromatic Monamines, M. Léo Vignon, 216
Ancêtres, Les, de nos Animaux, dans les Temps Géologiques, Art Wood-carving, School of, 574
Prof. Albert Gaudry, 4

Arteries, on the Proliferation cf Endothelium.cells in, M.
Ancient Canoe in Norway, 134

Pekelharing, 216
Ancient Monuments of Egypt, H. H. Howorth, M.P., Sir J. | Asbestos, its Production and Use, R. H. Jones, 148
Fergusson, M.P., 326

Asia, Central: Lieut. Younghusband's Journey across, 63 :
Ancient Town, Remains of, on Right Bank of Volga, 374

General Prjevalsky's Proposed Fourth Journey in, 66
André (Ch.), on the Luminous Bridges observed during the Asiatic Society of Japan, 87

Transits and Occultations of the Satellites of Jupiter, 359 Assaying, Manual of Practical, J. Mitchell, 148
Andrews (Thos.), Electro-chemical Effects on Magnetizing Iron, Assessors, Scientific, in Courts of Justice, 289

Asteroids, the Short Period Comets and, Prof. Kirkwood, 114 ;
Anenometers : Prof. Waldo, 112 ; Report on Experiments with, Photometric Observations of, Henry M. Parkhurst, 554
G. M. Whipple and W. H. Dines, 191

Astronomy : Astronomical Phenomena for the Week, 18, 43,
Anglesey Rocks, Prof. Blake, 597

65, 89, 115, 136, 161, 186, 207, 231, 258, 279, 304, 328.
Animal Alkaloids, Sir William Aitken, F.R.S., 170 ; A. M. 351, 375, 398, 423, 454, 487, 503, 529, 554, 577, 601, 626 :
Brown, 170

Astronomical Column, 43, 88, 114, 185, 206, 231, 258, 328,
Animal Life, Forms of, George Rolleston, F.R.S., 25

350, 375, 397, 423, 503, 528, 553, 576, 600, 626 ; New Minor
Animals, Effect of Earthquake on, Prof. Milne, 500

Planets, Herr Palisa and M. Charlois, 43 ; Comet 1888
Animals' Institute, the, 500

(Sawertl:al), 43; Cincinnati Zone Catalogue, 43 ; Pubs
Auimals and Plants, Distribution of, by Ocean Currents, A. cations of Lick Observatory, 43 ; Comet 1888 a (Sawerthal),
W. Buckland, 245 ; Isaac C. Thompson, 270

Prof. Lewis Boss, 88 ; New Vinor Plant, 88 ; Observations of
Another World, or, the Fourth Dimension, A. T. Schofield, the Channels in Mars, 95 ; Comet 1888 a (Sawerthal), 114.

186, 258, 328; the Shor: Pericd Comets and Asteroids, Prof.
Anschitz's Instantaneous Pho'ographs, 119

Kirkwood, 114; New Minor Planci, 115 ; Study of Mars, F.
Antagonism, F. Howard Collins, 7 ; Thomas Woods, 56

Terby, 119 ; Prof. Russell on Chinese Astronomy, 134 ; Report
Antarctic Islands, Flora of the, W. T. Thiselton Dyer, F.R.S., of the Astronomer-Royal, 153 ; Report of the Paris Observa-
Dr. H. B. Guppy, 40

tory, 179 ; Dr. Gill's Proposed Star Catalogue, 180; Photo-
Antarctic Regions, German Exploration of, 228

graphic Chart of the Heavens, 180; the Constant of Alxer-
Anthrarobin and Chrysarobin, Dr. Weyl's Researches on the ration, 185; the Markings on Mars, 185; New Rings ut
Physiological Action of, 144

Saturn, Dom Lamey, 191 ; Kings of Saturn and on the
Anthropology: Les Pygmées, A. de Quatresages, 4; Pygmy Planet Mars, M. l'errotin, 216 ; American Observatories,

Races of Men, Prof. Flower, T.R. S., 44, 66 ; Anthropological 231 ; Minor Planets, 231 ; the Rings of Saturn, 231; Rota-
Institute, 23, 214, 287 ; Dr. Topinard on the History of, in tion Period of the Sun from Faculæ, Dr. J. Wilsing, 206 ;
1788, 212 ; Dr. P. Topinard on Veolithic Skull, 212; Researches on the Accidental Errors occurring in the Obser
Ethnographic Types from the Monuments of Egypt, Rev. H. vations of Transits, M. G. Rayet, 216 ; the Canals of the
G. Tomkins, 214; Fixedness of the American Type, Dr. Planet Mars, 239; the Marhings on Mars, J. Perrotin,
Brinton, 256; Anthropology at the Cincinnati Exhibition, 258, 311 ; Liverpool Astronomical Society, 277 ; tbe Now
279; the Nicobar Islanders, E. H. Man, 287 ; Paris Astronomy, Samuel Pierpoint Langley, A. M. Clerke, 291 :
Anthropological Exhibition, 371 : Journal of the Anthropo- | Projected Astronomical Observatory at Pekin, 302; Astu
logical Institute, 396; Japanese “go-hei”and Shinto Worship, nomical Instruments for International Photographic Survey of
Basil Hall Chamberlain, 396 ; Mr. Fawcett on the Saoros of the Heavens, Sir H. E. Roscoe, M.P., F.R.S., 325 : Variable
the Ganjam Hill Tracts, 453 ; Philosophy from an Anthropo- | Stars, Mr. Sawyer, 328 ; Paris Astroncmical Society. 336 : :be
logical Point of View, Dr. Fauvelle, 462 ; Anthropological and Red Spot on Jupiter, W. F. Denning, 342; Michell's Prija
Ethnological Study of Cambodia, Dr. E. Maurel, 463 ; the lem, Joseph Kleiber, 312; Encke's Comet, 350 ; the Mas-
Hand and Figure of Native East Indians, Dr. Mugnier, 463 ; of Titan, 350 ; Names of Minor Planets,. 351 : the Lica

Platycnemia in Man and the Anthropoda, Manouvrier, 463 Observatory, Prof. Holden, 355 ; on the Luminous Bridges
Anticyclones in Europe, Dr. P. Biounow, 63

observed during the Transits and Occultation of the Satellite
Antipedean Notes, 29

of Jupiter, M. Ch. André, 359; Globular Siar Clusters, A.
Anutchin (M.), on l'se of Sledges, &c., at Burials, 134

M. Clerke, 365; Partial Eclipse of August 7, A, E. Cromme
Apparatus for the Measurement of the Co-efficient of Expansion lin, 364 ; Macclesfield Observations, Prol. Cleveland Abbe. 363;

by Heat, Prof. W. E. Ayrton, F.R.S., and Prof. J. Perry, a Lunar Rainbow, T. 1. A. Cockerell, 365: Further Cometary
F.R.S., 141

Discoveries, 375 : Comet 1888 < (Books), Dr. H. Kreuiz, 397.
Arabia Deserta, Travels in, C. M. Doughty, 195

Yale College Observatory, 397 : Gravitation in the Stellar
Archæological Society of Sweden, 87

Systems, Prof. Asaph Hall, 398; on the Determination
Archer's (W. J.) Journey in the District of Chiengmai, 280

the Photometric Intensity of the Coional Light during the
Archibald (E. Douglas) : Whirlwinds, Waterspouts, Storms, and Solar Eclipse of August 28-29, 1886, Captain W. de W.

Rotating Spheres,C.L. Weyher, 104 ; Faye's Theory of Storms, Aliney, F.R.S., and T. E. Thorre, F.R.S., 407 ; Summary
149; Cloud Electric Potential, 269; Life of Matthew of the Solar Observations made at the Royal Observatory
Fontaine Maury, 339

the Collegio Romano, Second Quarter of 1888, M, P. Tarchini,
Arcs, on the Supernumerary, accompanying the Rainbow, M. 408 ; Resignation of Prof. Piazzi Smyth, 421; the Spectrum
Boitel, 143

of R Cygni, 423 ; Encke's Comet, 1888 d, 423, 503; Milan
Arctic Regions, Contributions to our Knowledge of the Meteoro- Double-star Observations, 423; Faye's Comet, 432; Satel-
logy of the, 625

lives of Mars, 432, 553; Brooks's New Comet, 432; Mars


during Opposition of 1888, L. Niesten, 511 ; Comet 1888.4 Baker (C. Weatherall), a Magnificent Meteor, 203
(Barnard), 528 ; Comets Brooks and Faye, Dr. H. Kreutz, Baker (J. G., F.R.S.): Flora of the Hawaiian Islands, William
528; Comet 1888 < (Brooks), Dr. H. Kreutz, 503 ; Dis- Hillebrand, 49; Preserving the Colour of Flowers, 245;
covery of a New Comet, 1888 , E. E. Barnard, 503 ; the Synoptical Flora of North America, Prof. Asa Gray, 242 ;
Total Lunar Eclipse of January 28, 553 : Photometric Obser- Hand-book of the Amaryllideæ, 362
vations of Asteroids, Henry M. Parkhurst, 554 ; New Cata- Balance, Physical, Theory and Use of, J. Walker, 146
logue of Variable Stars, S. C. Chandler, 554 : Minor Planet Balance, the Voltaic. Dr. G. Gore, F.R.S., 335
No. 275, 554 ; the Light-curve of U Ophiuchi, S. C. Chandler, Balland (M.), on the Development of the Grain of Wheat,
576 ; Comets Brooks and Faye, 576 ; Comet 1888 € (Barnard), 168
W. R. Brooks, 576 ; Astronomical Instruments, Lord Craw- Balloon, Captive, at Barcelona Exhibition, Destruction by
ford's Collection of, 598; the Solar Parallax from Photographs Lightning of, 578
of the last Transit of Venus, 600; the Markings of Mars, 601 ; Balloon Journey, a, Lieut. Moedebeck, 48
Fresh Calculation of Jupiter's Mass, E. de Haertl, 608 ; Prof. Balloon, Proposed Steel Vacuum, 185
Egorofi's Report on the Observations made in Russia and Ballut (Dr. Buys), on the Distribution of Temperature over the
Siberia during the Eclipse of the Sun of August 19, 1887,

Suríace of the Earth, 374
625; the Ring Nebula in Lyra, Prof. Holden, 626; Comets Baltic, Remarkable Mirage on the, 304
Brooks and Faye, 626 ; Comet 1888 e (Barnard), Herr A. Bamford (All. J.), Turbans and Tails, or Sketches in the Un-
Berberich, 626; American Observatories, 626; Fearnley and

romantic East, 269
Geelmuyden Zone Observations of the Stars, 626

Banaré (A.), Experiments with Marine Telephone, 464
Astrophysical Observatory at Potsdam, Publications of the, 206 Banbury (G. A. Lethbridge), Sierra Leone, or the White Man's
Atkinson (W. S.), Description of the New Indian Lepidopterous Grave, 244
Tosects from the Collection of Frederick Moore, 266

Bandai-San Eruption, the, 452
Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans, Charts Showing the Mean Barcelona Exhibition, Destruction of Captive Balloon by Light-
Barometrical Pressure over the, 196

ning, 578
Atlantic, North, Curren's, Monthly Charts, M. Simart, 143 Barley, Experiments on Hybridism or Crossings with Common,
Atlantic, North, Pilot Chart of, 86, 204, 422

Atlantic Ocean, Models of the Bed of the, 327

Barnard (E. E.), Discovery of a New Comet, 1888 €, 503 ;
Atlantic Slope, Three Formations of the Middle, W. J. McGee, Comet 1888 e, W. R. Brooks, 576, 626

Baroda, Science in, 41
Atlas, Mr. Joseph Thomson's Proposed Expedition to the, 112, Barometer, a New, T. H. Blakesley, 287

Barometrical Pressure over the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific
Atmosphere in Channel, Extraordinary Rarefaction of, 256 Oceans, Charts showing the, 196
Atmosphere, Thermo-dynamics of the, Prof. von Bezold, 144 Barttelot (Major), Murder of, 499
Atmosphere, Transparency of the, J. Parnell, 270

Bashforth (Rev. F.), Calculation of Ranges, &c., of Elongated
Atmospheric Nitrogen, on the Relations of, to Vetable Soil, M. Projectiles, 468
Th. Schlæsing, 383

Basingstoke, Discovery of Prehistoric Remains near, 553
Atolls, Formation of, 5

Basset (A. B.), Treatise on Hydro-dynamics, 243
Atomic Weight, Prof. Hartley, F.R.S., 142

Batavia, Dr. Guppy's Expedition to the Coral Reefs of the
Aubert (Dr., Notes on the Departement de l'Ain, 431

Indian Archipelago, 228
Aurivillius (Dr. C.), on the Skeleton of the so-called Sweden- Batchelor (Rev. J.): on Aino Folk-Lore, 87 ; Burial Customs of
borg Whale, Eubalena stedenborgii, Lillj., 134

the Ainos, 331
Aurora Borealis observed at Motala, Sweden, 16; at Örebro in Bath : Natural History and Antiquarian Field-Club, 304 ;
Central Sweden, 16

Meeting of the British Association, 346, 382
Aurora Borealis, Origin of, Jean Luvini, 143

Bather (F. A.), Lightning and Milk, 30
Aurora Borealis at Rock Ferry, 54

Baudot (M.), an Isochronous Regulator, 384
Aurora in Spitzbergen, Dr. H. Hildebrandsson, 84

Bauer (G.), Spelin, Eine Allsprache, I
Australia : The Rabbit Pest in, 42; Curious Apparent Motion Beat of the Human Heart, on the Electromotive Variations

of the Moon seen in, T. Mellard Reade, 102; Wraggs's Daily which accompany the, Dr. Augustus D. Waller, 619
Weather Charts for Australia, 303 ; Lieut. Israel's Exploring Beatty-Kingston (W.), a Wanderer's Notes, 196
Party, 374 ; the Australasian Association for the Advance- Becquerel (M.), the Absorption Spectra of Crystals, 343
ment of Science, 437 ; Report of the Australian Museum, Beddard (Frank E.), the Nephridia of Earthworms, 221
575; a New Australian Mammal, E. C. Stirling, 588 ; Bedford (H.), Derivation of the Word Claret, 113
Female Figures modelled in Wax discovered among Aus- Bedford College, Shaen Wing, 372
tralian Aboriginals, 623; Australian Association for the Beevor (Dr. Charles E.) and Victor Horsley, F.R.S., Note on
Advancement of Science, 623 ; Catalogue of the Fishes in the some of the Motor Functions of certain Cranial Nerves and
Australian Museum, Sydney, 624

of the Three First Cervical Nerves in the Monkey (Macacus
Austria, Curious Relic of Merliæval Superstition in, 454

sinicus), 357
Austrian Alps, New Measurements of the, 280

Belgium, Report of Royal Commission on Condition of Labour,
Aveling (Eduard), Mechanics, 587

Avocet Rock, the, 222

Bell (Prof. A. Graham), and Deaf Mutes, 132
Ayrton (Prof. W. E., F.R.S.): Apparatus for the Measurement Bell (Mr.), on Manure Gravels of Wexford, 597
of the Coefficient of Expansion by Heat, 141; and Prof. Belladonna, the Constituents of, 240
J. Perry, on Electromotors, 190 ; Electric Transmission of Benda (Dr.), the Structure of Striated Muscle-Fibres, 360
Power, 508, 533

Benham (Dr. Wm. B.), British Earthworms, 319
Azonaphthol Compounds, on the Constitution of the, Prof. Bengal, Meteorological Report for, 574
Meldola, 623

Bengal, Monsoon Storms in, 158
Bentham (George), Prof. W. T. T. Dyer on, 116
Bérenger- Férand (M. le Dr.), Recurrence of the Myth of

Ibicus among Provençals, 212
Babylonian Characters, the Old, and their Chinese Derivates, Berget (M. Alphonse), Measurement of the Coefficients of
by Terrien de Lacouperie, Prof. A. II. Sayce, 122

Thermic Conductibility for Metals, 359
Backhouse (T. W.): the Sky.coloured Clouds, 196, 270; the Berichte, Chemistry of the Rare Earths, Drs. Krüss and
Zodiacal Light and Meteors, 434

Kiesewetter on the, 326
Bacteria in Women's Milk, 24

Berlin : Academy of Sciences, 302 ; Awards of, 16; Meteoro-
Bacterial Disease of the Duck, MM. Cornil and Toupet, 216 logical Society, 48, 119; Report of the Berlin Meteorological
Bahia or Bendego Meteorite, 349

Society, 278; Physiological Society, 24, 95, 119, 144, 240,
Bailey (Wm. H.), Death of, 396

264, 312, 360, 464 ; Physical Society, 72, 119, 143, 192, 311 ;
Baillie Xav.- Lieutenant, R.N.), Charts of Mean Barometrical Skull of Rhinoceros tichorrhinus found near, 304

Pressure over Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans, 196 Bernheim (M. J.) and M. G. Rousseau on the Decomposition
Bat for Sea Fishermen, the Supply of, G. C. Bourne, 318 of the Ferrate of Baryta, 216

Bernoulli and Haecker, Formulæ of, for the Listing Power of Bolton (H. Carrington), Sonorous Sands, 515
Magnets, Prof. S. P. Thompson, 190

Bombay Natural History Society, 623
Bert (Paul), First Elements of Experimental Geometry, 295 Bombay Presidency, Poisonous Snakes of the, H. M. Phipson,
Berthelet and Fabre, the Chemistry of Tellurium, 63

Berthelot (M.): Experiments on the Fixation of Nitrogen by Bombay, Proposed Zcological Garden in, 623

certain Vegetable Plants and Soils, 408 ; and G. André, Borelli's (Jules) African Explorations, 259
Remarks on the Quantitative Analysis of Nitrogen in Borelly (278), Observations of, M. Esmiol, 143
Vegetable Soil, 359

Borgman Dr.), the Transmission of Electric Currents throng
Bertrand (M. J.), Note on Target Practice, 359

Air with Flames as Electrodes, 577
Bessarabia, Disease of the Tobacco Plant in, 278

Bort (M. de), Storm Warnings, 419
Bezold (Prof. von), Thermo-dynamics of the Atmosphere, 144 Boss (Prof. Lewis), Comet 1888 a (Sawerthal), 88
Bhabur Grass, the Kew Bulletin on, 277

Boston (U.S.A.), Proposed Zoological Garden ai, 42
Bialoveski (A.), Dreams, 56

Botany : Flora of the Antarctic Islands, W. T. Thiselton Dyer,
Bibliography of Meteorology, C. J. Sawyer's, 574

F.R.S., Dr. H. B. Guppy, 40; Flora of the Hawaiian
Biltz (Dr.), on the Vapour-Density of Sulphur, 229

Islands, William Hillebrand, J. G. Baker. F.R.S., 19:
Biology: G. C. Bourne elected Director of the Marine Bio- Dr. Trimen's Report on the Botanic Gardens of Ceylon, 112:

logical Association, 16; a Text book of Biology, J. R. a Remarkable Case of Fasciation in Fourcrova cabekis, llaw,
Ainsworth Davis, 52: Biological Society of University Dr. A. Ernst, 131; Flora of West Yorkshire, F. .1. Lees
College, 114 ; Text-book of, J. R. Ainsworth Davis, 126;

147 ; M. Korzchinsky on Aldrovandia vesiculosa, 100,
Fossil Fish Remains from New Zealand, 137 ; Mammals Botanical Drying Paper, 183 : the Dotany of the Afghas
of Liberia, 137 ; on New England Medusæ, 137 ; Biological Delimitation Commission, J. E. T. Aitchison, F.R.S., 210:
Notes, 137; Davis's Biology, 149; Opening of the Marine Prof. Church on Aluminium in Plants, 228; the Botanica!
Biological Laboratory at Plymouth, 198, 235; Marine Bio- Magazine, 238 ; the Journal of Botany, 238, 430 : Nu
logical Laboratory, Wood's Holl, Massachusetts, 348 ; Giornale Botanico Italiano, 238 ; Synoptical Flora of North
Studies from the Biological Laboratory of Johns Hopkins America, Prof. Asa Gray, J. G. Baker, 242 ; Bhabur Grass
University, 356 ; Natural Scavengers of French Beaches, for Manufacturing Purposes, 277 ; Annual Report of the Royal
Hallez, 598 : Colorado Biological Association, 625

Botanic Gardens, Trinidad, 278 : PAanzen-Teratologie, Mar
Bird Pests of the Farm, 599

well T. Masters, 341; Botanical Gazette, 430, 582; the len
Birds : Dissemination of Plants by, W. Botting Hemsley, 53 ; tenary of the Calcutta Botanic Garden, 493 : Geological

Dispersal of Seeds by, Dr. H. B. Guppy, 101 ; the Birds of History of Plants, Sir J. W. Dawson, F.R.S., 538 ; German
Dor:etshire, a Contribution to the Natural History of the Botanical Journal, 552 ; the Queen's Jubilee Prize Essay
County, J. C. Mansel-Pleydell, 125; Notes on the Birds of the Royal Botanic Society of London. 594 ; Flora of the
Herefordshire, Dr. H. G. Bull, 125 : Manual of British Birds, Kermadec Islands, W. Botting Hemsley, 622 ; Report of the
Howard Saunders, Prof. Alfred Newton, F.R.S., 145 ; Adelaide Botanic Garden, 623
History of the Birds of New Zealand, Sir Walter Buller, 159 ; Bott (Dr. W.) and J. B. Miller, Pyrocresols, 596
Native Birds of North America, 373: Key List of British Boule (M. Marcellin', Stratigraphic Palæontology in Relation
Birds, Lieut.-Colonel L. Howard, Prof. R. Bowdler Sharpe, Man, 211; Stratigraphic Palæontology of Man, 357 ; Start-
587 ; Sea-Birds, how they Dine, Earl Compton, 618; Birds- graphic Palæontology of Man, 431
nesting and Bird-skinning, a Complete Description of the Bourgeois (M. L.), Kesearches on Hydrocerusite and Cerusite,
Nests and Eggs of Birds which Breed in Britain, Edward 191
Newman, Prof. R. Bowiller Sharpe, 587

Bourne (G. C.): Coral Formations, 5; elected Director of the
Bis-cobra, Origin of the Belief in, G. A. Da Gama, 624

Marine Biological Association, 16; the Supply of Bait in
Bismuth, Effect of Magnetism and Heat on ihe Electric Resis: - Sea Fishermen, 318
ance of, 19

Bourne (Consul): Keport on the Non-Chinese Races of China
Bismuth Spirals (Flat) for Measuring Intensity of Magnetic 345, 455 ; Report on his Journey to South-West China. 455
Field, Lenard and Howard, 577

J'outy (M. E.) and M. L. Poincaré, on the Electric Conducti-
Blaine (Robert G.), Numerical Examples in Practical Mechanics bility of Mixtures of Salts in Solution, 384
and Machine Design, 563

Bowles (Dr. Robert L.), Nose-Blackening as Preventive of
Blake (Prof.), Anglesey Rocks, 597

Snow-Blindness, for
Blakesley (1. H.). on Magnetic Lag and the Work Lost Jue Bowman (Sir Wm.) Testimonial Fund, 325
to Magnetic Lag in Alternating Current Transformers, 141; Boys (C. Vernon): Radio-micrometer, 19, 46 ; on Soap Bubble
on a New Barometer, 287

22 ; Magnetic and Electric Experiments with Soap Bubbles,
L'anchard (Prof.), La Vie chez les Êtres animés, 17

I lanchet's (M.) Speech at the Sorbonne on Education, 325 Brain, M. Brown-Séquard on the Action of the, 168
Blanford (H. F., F.R.S.), the Relations of the Diurnal Baro. Bramwell (Sir Frederick, F.R.S.), Inaugural Address to the
metric Maxim a to Conditions of Temperature, Cloud, and

British Association at Bath, 440
Rainfall, 70; the Incurvature of the Winds in Tropical Bronchial Clefts of the Dog, on the, with special reference 10
Cyclones, 181

the Origin of the Thymus Gland, Dr. F. Mall, 356
Dilansord (W. T., F.R.S.), Fauna of British India, including Brassard (M.), Recording Rain-Gauge, 205
Ceylon and Burma, 513

Brauner (Dr. B.), Sun Columns, 414
Blindness, Statistics of, in Russia, 279

Brazil : the Bahia or Bendego Meteorite, 349 ; Meteorological
Blindness, Snow., Nose: Blackening as Preventive of, Prof. E. Observatory established in Brazil, 42 ; Brazilian Government
Ray Lankester, F.R.S., Edmund J. Power, 7

Expeditions for Exploration of Interior of, 455
Blood : on the Coagulation of the, Profs. W. D. Haliburton and Bridge Construction, a Practical Treatise on, T. Claxton Fidler,

E. A. Schäler, F.R.S., 331 ; the Gases of the, Prof. John Prof. A. G. Greenhill, F.R.S., 2
Gray McKendrick, F.K.S., 376, 399

Bridge, the Forth, 39
I lown Sand, the Cornish, R. H, Curtis, 55

Bright (Sir Chas.), Death of, 41
Blunt (A. H.), Euclid's Method, or the Proper Way to Treat Brinton (Dr. David G.): Fixedress of the American Type, 256:
on Geometry, 363

the Alleged Mongoloid Affinities of the American Race, 552
Bi dies, Latent Colours of, M. G. Govi, 631

Bristol Naturalists' Society, 486
bohemian Caddis-Hies, Transformations of, Prof. Klapalek, 553 British Archæological Association, 421
Boillot (M. A.), Experiments with a Non-oscillating Pendulum, British ASSOCIATION : President for 1889, 16; General Ar

rangements, 85; the Bath Mecting of the, 346, 382; Ad-
l'ois-Reymond (Prof. Claude du), Photograph of the Eye by dress of the Retiring President, Sir Henry Roscoe, M.P.
Flash of Magnesium, 15

F.R.S., 439 ; Inaugural Address by Sir Frederick Bram
Boisbaudran (Lecoq de), Fluorescence of Ferruginous Lime, well, F.K.S., President, 440; Attendance at the, 469;

Chemistry at the, 595 ; Report of the Committee on the
Bologna University, Octocentenary of, 113

Action of Light on the Hşaracids in Presence of Oxygen,
Bologna, the University of, ard the Times Correspondent, 302 Dr. Richardson, 595; the Study of Mineralogy, Prof.
Lolometer, New Form cf, Dr. R. von Helmholtz, 311

Sterry Hunt, 596; Chemical Problems presented by Living

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