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Allan (J.), Battack Printing in Java, 455

Allbutt (Prof. T. Clifford, F.R.S.), on Professional Educa-
tion, with Special Reference to Medicine, an Address
delivered at King's College, London, 530

Allen (A. O.), Advanced Examples in Physics, 578
Allen (Dr. F. J.), Border occasionally seen between Light
and Dark Regions on Photographic Plates, 29
Allen (H. S.), Dewar's Method of producing High Vacua
by Means of Charcoal, 207

Almanac, the British Journal Photographic, and Photo-
grapher's Daily Companion for 1906, 221
Alternate Current Generators, Parallel Running of, M.
Boucherot, 545
Altitudes and Azimuths, Graphical Methods of determining,
Mr. Littlehales, 63

Aluminium, the Production of, and its Industrial Use,
Adolphe Minet, 579
Amar (Jules), Gaseous Osmosis through a Colloidal Mem-
brane, 551

America: some Characteristics of American Universities,
Address at University of Wales, Aberyswyth, Principal
H. R. Reichel, 44; Wild Wings, Adventures of a Camera-
hunter among the Larger Wild Birds of North America
on Sea and Land, H. K. Job, 123: American Practice in
Refrigeration, H. M. Haven and F. W. Dean, 122;
Mathematical Lectures for American Mathematicians,
122; Plant-breeding in America, 242; American Insects,
Vernon L. Kellogg, 292; American Association for the
Advancement of Science, 303; New Orleans Meeting of
the American Association, 403; the Behaviour of
Platinum and Iridium in Chlorine Water and in Dilute
Hydrochloric Acid, 403; Popular Conception of the
Scientific Man, Prof. W. G. Farlow, 403; the Relation
of Mechanics to Physics, Prof. Alexander Ziwet, 403;
the Partition of Energy, Prof. W. F. Magie, 404; the
Sanitary Value of a Water Analysis, Prof. Leonhard P.
Kinnicutt, 404; the Generic Concept in the Classification
of the Flowering Plants, Prof. B. L. Robinson, 405;
Investigations and Commercial Tests in Connection with
the Work of an Engineering College, Prof. D. S.
Jacobus, 406; Preliminary Report on the Geology and
Water Resources of Central Oregon, I. C. Russell, 376;
a Geological Reconnaissance Across the Cascade Range,
G. O. Smith and F. C. Calkins, 376; Geology of the
Hudson Valley between the Hoosic and the Kinderhook,
T. N. Dale, 376; Report of Progress in the Geological
Re-survey of the Cripple Creek District, Colorado,
Waldemar Lindgren and F. L. Ransome, 376; Petro-
graphy and Geology of the Igneous Rocks of the High-
wood Mountains, Montana, L. V. Pirsson, 376; Twenty-
fifth Annual Report of the U.S. Geological Survey,
1903-4, 376; Indiana, Department of Geology and
Natural Resources, Twenty-ninth Annual Report, 1904,
W. S. Blatchley. 376; Physical Research in America,
427; Economic Geology of the United States, Heinrich
Ries, 437; the Yellowstone Reserve, 475; the Lincoln
Reserve, 475; the Gila River Reserve, 475; Publications
of the U.S. Naval Observatory, American Observations
of the Total Solar Eclipses of 1900 and 1901, Rear-
Admiral Colby M. Chester, Dr. William J. S. Lockyer,

Amos (A.), Determination of Available Plant Food in Soil
by the use of Weak Acid Solvents, 357
Amundsen (Captain), Expedition to the North Magnetic
Pole, 59

Anatomy Death and Obituary Notice of Prof. Albert
von Kölliker, 58; Development of the Thymus Gland in

F.R.S., 344; Death of Prof. W. F. R. Weldon, F.R.S.,
589; Obituary Notice of, 611
Anderson (R. H.), Remarkable Surface Outcrop of an Iron
Ore Deposit, 517

Anderson (W.), on the First Tertiary Rocks of Marine
Origin discovered in South Africa, 92

André (G.), Variations of Phosphoric Acid and Nitrogen
in the Juices of the Leaves of Certain Plants, 335
Andrew (G. W.), Interaction of well-dried Mixtures of
Hydrocarbons and Oxygen, 551

Andrews (Dr. Chas. W.), a Suggested Change in Nomen
clature, 224

Angel (A.), Cuprous Formate, 431
Angot (A.), the Temperature of France, 230
Animals: Extinct Animals, Prof. E. Ray Lankester,
F.R.S., 6; Beasties Courageous, Studies of Animal Life
and Characters, D. English, 177; Northern Trails, some
Studies of Animal Life in the Far Nort W. J. Long,
177; the Origin of Variations in Animals and Plants,
Prof. T. D. A. Cockerell, 197; Comparative Studies in
the Psychology of Ants and of Higher Animals, E. Wass-
mann, Lord Avebury, F.R.S., 315; the Intelligence of
Animals, Prof. W. Galloway, 440
Annandale (Dr. N.), the Dugong, 143
Anniversary Meeting of the Royal Society, Medal Awards,


Annuaires, French Astronomical, 233

Annular Nebula in Cygnus (N.G.C. 6894), G. Tikhoff,

Anomalous Tails of Comets, the, Prof. Barnard, 136
Anschauungen, Neuere, auf dem Gebiete der anorganischen
Chemie, Prof. A. Werner, Prof. A. Smithells, F.R.S.,
Antarctica: the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition,
42; Antarctic Earthquakes, Observations made with
Horizontal Pendulum in the Antarctic Regions, Prof. J.
Milne, F.R.S., at Royal Society, 210; the Voyage of the
Discovery, Captain R. F. Scott, Prof. J. W. Gregory,
F.R.S., 297
Anthropology: Colour and Race, Dr. John Beddoe, F.R.S.,
14; Difference between Men and Women in the Recog-
nition of Colour and the Perception of Sound, Mabel S.
Nelson, 61; Anthropological Institute, 191, 213, 239, 381,
454, 503; the Biometrics of Brain-weights, 200; Origin
of Eolithic Flints from Natural Causes, S. H. Warren,
239; Relationships of the Race of Men whose Remains
have been discovered at Krapina, Prof. Goyanovié-
Kramberger, 252; Man, an Introduction to Anthropology,
Dr. W. E. Rotzell, 293; Psychology and Sociology of the
Todas and other Indian Tribes, Dr. W. H. R. Rivers,
334; the Senses of the Todas, Dr. W. H. R. Rivers,
517: Anthropological Notes, 354; Totemism among the
Khonds, J. E. Friend-Pereira, 354; Ethnography in
Assam, Major P. R. T. Gurdon, 354; Physical Anthro-
pology and Ethnology of British New Guinea, Dr. C. G.
Seligmann, 371; the Agaiambo Dwarfs, British New
Guinea, Sir F. Winter, 372; Origin of Mankind (accord-
ing to the Lamaic Mythology), Rai Sarat Chandra Das
Bahadur, 432; the Alpine Races in Europe, J. L. Myres,
492; Ancestor Worship in Japan, W. G. Aston, 503:
Palæolithic Implements from the Neighbourhood of
Southampton, W. Dale, 503; Tatu in Borneo, R. Shel-
ford and Dr. C. Hose, 503; Studies of Native Tribes,
549; Moro History, Law, and Religion, 549; Manners
and Customs of Australian Tribes, R. H. Mathews,
549; the Extinct Indians of the Santa Barbara Islands,
Dr. G. Eisen, 567; the Euahlayi Tribe, a Study of
Aboriginal Life in Australia, K. Langloh Parker, 610;
see also British Association

Antiquities, the Preservation of, a Handbook for Curators,
Dr. Friedrich Rathgen, 412

Ants, Comparative Studies in the Psychology of, and of
Higher Animals, E. Wassmann, Lord Avebury, F.R.S..

June 14, 1906.

April Meteors, the, W. F. Denning, 560; John R. Henry,

Aquatic Plants of Our Waters, Microscopic, Dr. F. E.
Fritsch at London Institution, 499

Aquila, Nova, Nebulosity around, Prof. Frost, 279; Prof.
E. C. Pickering, 279

Aquilaæ, Nova, No. 2, J. A. Parkhurst, 136
Aquila, Nova, No. 2, the Supposed Nebulosity around,
Prof. Frost, 518; see also Astronomy


Arber (E. A. N.), the Origin of Gymnosperms, 542; Cata-
logue of the Fossil Plants of the Glossopteris Flora in
the Department of Geology, British Museum (Natural
History), being a Monograph of the Permo-Carboniferous
Flora of India and the Southern Hemisphere, 577
Archæology Important Egyptian Finds of Theodore M.
Davis, 36; a Remarkable Discovery in Egypt, 468;
British Excavations in the Near East, 1904-5, 102; Notes
on Stonehenge, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S.,
153, 224; Ruins in Rhodesia, D. Randall MacIver, 213-4;
Irish Cave Explorations, Dr. R. F. Scharff, 215; some
Questions for Archæologists, Sir Norman Lockyer,
K.C.B., F.R.S., 280; Mural Paintings and Engravings
of the Pyrenean Caves, E. Cartailhac and Father Breuil,
354; Notes on some Cornish Circles, Sir Norman Lockyer,
K.C.B., F.R.S., 366, 561; Natural History and Archæ-
ology of the Waterlilies, 379; Copper and its Alloys in
Antiquity, Prof. W. Gowland, 381; Manuel de Recherches
préhistoriques, 411; the Preservation of Antiquities, a
Handbook for Curators, Dr. Friedrich Rathgen, 412;
the Origin of Bronze, Dr. John W. Evans, 414; Ruins
of a Large City found in Afghanistan, 515; the Evolu-
tion of an English Town, being the Story of the Ancient
Town of Pickering in Yorkshire, Gordon Home, 538;
Discovery of Sanctuary of Artemis Orthia, at Sparta,

Archimedes, the Cattle Problem of, 86
Architecture: a Descriptive Handbook of Architecture,
Martin A. Buckmaster, 52; Institution of Naval Archi-
tects, 571

Arctica: Expedition to the North Magnetic Pole, Captain
Amundsen, 59; Study of the Meteorological Observations
made during Nansen's North Polar Expedition in 1893-6,
Prof. Mohn, 595

Argûs, the Magnitude of, R. T. A. Innes, 64
Arithmetic, the Winchester, C. Godfrey and G. M. Bell,
Supp. to November 30, viii

Armagnat (H.), la Bobine d'Induction, 124
Armies, the Wastage in, by Disease, Prof. R. T. Hewlett,

Armstrong (E. Frankland), the Mechanism of Fermentation,
71; Studies on Enzyme Action, vii., Synthesis of Maltose
and Iso-maltose, 93

Armstrong (Prof. Henry E., F.R.S.), Studies on Enzyme
Action-Lipase, 94; Cooperation between Scientific
Libraries, 438

Arth (G.), Prehistoric Mass of Metal found near Nancy, 180
Ascent of Sap in Trees, Frank Harris, 246
Aschan (Prof. Ossian), Chemie der Alicyklischen Verbind-
ungen, 601

Ascidians the British Tunicata, an Unfinished Monograph,
the late Joseph Alder and the late Albany Hancock, Dr.
W. Garstang, 508
Ashe (S. W.), Electric Railways, Theoretically and Prac-
tically Treated, 169

Asia, Mast and Sail in Europe and, H. Warington Smyth,
Sir W. H. White, K.C.B., F.R.S., 536

Asia, Scientific Exploration in Central, Dr. Gottfried
Merzbacher, 227

Asiatic Society of Bengal, 143, 423
Assheton (Mr.), Structure the Placenta of an Elephant,


Asteroid (444) Gyptis, Variability of the, Dr. W. Valen-
tiner, 39

January, 232; in February, 326; in March, 425; in April,
544; Wave-lengths of Silicium Lines, Prof. Frost and
J. A. Brown, 17; Report of the Yerkes Observatory,
Prof. Hale, 18; Observations of Jupiter's Sixth Satellite,
18; Systematic Error in Transit Observations of Jovian
Spots, Stanley Williams, 38; Photographs of Jupiter's
Sixth and Seventh Satellites, 122; Observations of
Jupiter, Major Molesworth, 401; New Spot on Jupiter,
W. F. Denning, 584, 607; the Spectrum of Nova Persei
No. 2, 18; Dr. K. Graff, 305; Reduction Tables for
Equatorial Observations, C. W. Frederick, 18; Photo-
graphic Star Catalogue, 18; the Leonid Meteors, 1905,
John R. Henry, 28; Death of Prof. Walter F. Wisli-
cenus, 33; Obituary Notice of, 57; Italian Observations
of the Recent Solar Eclipse, Cl. Rozet, 38; Intrinsic
Brightness of the Solar Corona during the Eclipse of
August 30, 1905, Charles Fabry, 167; the Total Solar
Eclipse of August 30, J. Y. Buchanan, F.R.S., 173;
Polarisation Phenomena at Guelma in the Eclipse 1905
August 30, H. F. Newall, 191; Spectroscopic Observ-
ations made during the Eclipse of the Sun of August 30,
1905, P. Salet, 191-2; Eclipse Spectra, M. Salet, 208;
Ionisation of the Atmosphere during Total Solar Eclipse,
Charles Nordmann, 208; Magnetic Observations during
the Total Eclipse of the Sun, Father P. Cirera, 400;
Eclipse Observations at Catania, 495; the Solar Eclipse
of 1905, Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer, 537; Photography of the
Solar Protuberances with Coloured Screens during the
Eclipse of August 30, 1905, H. Deslandres and G. Blum,
576; Employment of Selenium Cells during Total Solar
Eclipse, 617; Apparatus for Measuring Coronal Radi-
ation during an Eclipse, Prof. H. L. Callandar, 47;
Publications of the U.S. Naval Observatory, American
Observations of the Total Solar Eclipses of 1900 and
1901, Rear-Admiral Colby M. Chester, Dr. William J. S.
Lockyer, 486; the Total Solar Eclipse of the Sun of
January, 1907, Prof. David Todd, 617; Martian Meteor-
ology, Prof. W. H. Pickering, 38; a 300-Year Cycle in
Solar Phenomena, H. W. Clough, 38; some Suggestions
on the Nebular Hypothesis, Dr. Halm, 38; the Orbit of
☛ Coronæ Borealis, Prof. Doberck, 39; Radial Velocities
of Certain Variable Stars, Prof. Frost, 39; Variability
of the Asteroid (444) Gyptis, Dr. W. Valentiner, 39; a
Suggestion for the Next International Scheme, W. E.
Cooke, 63: Phoebe, the Ninth Satellite of Saturn, Prof.
W. H. Pickering, 63; Observations of Phoebe during
1905, 474; Graphical Method of determining Altitudes
and Azimuths, Mr. Littlehales, 63; the Meteors of Biela's
Comet, Mr. Denning, 64; the Magnitude of ʼn Argûs,
R. T. A. Innes, 64; the Solar Observatory on Mount
Wilson, California, Contributions from the Solar Observ-
atory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Prof.
G. E. Hale, 67; a Lunar Theory from Observation, Dr.
P. H. Cowell, 80; Discovery of a Comet, 1905b, M.
Schaer, 87; Comet 1905b, Prof. Hartwig, 109; Prof.
Aitken, 109; M. Ebell, 109, 136, 160; Prof. Wolf, 160;
Prof. E. Milosevich, 182; M. Giacobini, 182; Nova
Aquila No. 2, Prof. Wolf, 87; J. A. Parkhurst, 136;
Nebulosity Around Nova Aquila, Prof. Frost, 279; Prof.
E. C. Pickering, 279; the Supposed Nebulosity around
Nova Aquila No. 2, Prof. Frost, 518; the Tenth Satellite
of Saturn, Prof. W. H. Pickering, 87; the Evolution of
the Solar System, F. R. Moulton, 87; Catalogue of
Variable Stars, 87; Star Calendar for 1906, 87; Royal
Astronomical Society, 95, 190, 334, 598; Royal Astro-
nomical Society's Medal Awards, 370; an Untried
Method of Determining the Refraction Constant, Geo. A.
Hill, 110; Spectra of Bright Southern Stars, 110; a
Catalogue of 4280 Stars, 110; the Anomalous Tails of
Comets, Prof. Barnard, 136; Catalogue of Binary Star
Orbits, Prof. R. G. Aitken, 136; a Popular Introduction
to Astronomy, Rev. Alex. C. Henderson, 149; Notes on
Stonehenge, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., 153,

Morgan, 518; Orbital Elements of Two Meteors, Dr. P.

Moschick, 161; Magnetic Disturbance during the Recent

Auroral Display, Th. Moureaux, 161; the Zodiacal Light

to the North of the Sun, Prof. Newcomb, 161; Discovery

of a Third New Comet, 1905d, Mr. Slipher, 182; the

Recent Aurora and Magnetic Disturbances, 182; the

Intrinsic Light of the Corona, Chas. Fabry, 182; Sug-

gested Name for Neptune's Satellite, M. Fouche, 182;

the Companion to the Observatory, 1906, 182; Sun-spot

Periods, Prof. A. Schuster, 190; the Periodogram and its

Optical Applications, 2; the Periodicity of Sun-spots,

Prof. Arthur Schuster, F.R.S., at Royal Society, 378;

Sun-spot Spectra, Profs. Hale and Adams, 425; High-

level Chromospheric Lines and their Behaviour in Sun-

spot Spectra, Prof. A. Fowler, 599; Astronomical

Observations recorded in the Nihongi, the Ancient

Chronicle of Japan, E. B. Knobel, 190; Effect of the

Lunar Deflection of the Vertical on Latitude Observ-

ations, B. Cookson, 191; How to Know the Starry

Heavens, Edward Irving, 196; Measures of Double

Stars, Messrs. Lewis, Furner, and Bowyer, 208; Micro-

meter Measures of Double Stars, H. E. Lau, 232;

Micrometer Measures of Struve Double Stars, Dr. H. E.

Lau, 495; Double Star Orbits, Prof. Doberck, 305;

Graphical Method for Finding the Time of Moonrise,

Fr. W. F. J. Rigge, 208; Further Results obtained with

the Spectroheliometer, Dr. J. Halm, 215: a Fourth New

Comet (1905e), 232; the Expected Return of Comet

1892 V, J. Coniel, 232; French Astronomical Annuaires,

233; Astronomical Refraction, C. J. Merfield, 240; Death

of Prof. C. J. Joly, F.R.S., 251; Obituary Notice of,

273; Ephemeris for Holmes's Comet (1892 III., 1899 II.),

H. J. Zwiers, 255; Photographs of the Solar Granula-

tions, Prof. Hansky, 255; the Orbit of Ursa Majoris,

N. E. Nörlund, 255; the Great Gnomon of Florence

Cathedral, 258; Philips' Large Planisphere, H. Gewecke,

269; Theory of the Motion of the Moon, Ernest W.

Brown, F.R.S., 272; a New Method of Determining the

Moon's Position Photographically, Mr. Wade, 352; the

Apparent Enlargement of the Moon at the Horizon, Ed.

Claparède, 400; the Figure of the Sun, Dr. C. L. Poor,

279; Stellar Magnitude of the Sun, Prof. Ceraski, 279;

Variability of Iris, Dr. H. Clemens, 279; Periodical

Comets due to Return this Year, W. T. Lynn, 305; the

Annular Nebula in Cygnus (N.G.C. 6894), G. Tikhoff,

305; Right Ascensions of the Eros Comparison Stars,

Dr. Fritz Cohn, 305; Observations of Nova Geminorum,

Dr. Graff, 305; Discovery of a New Comet, M. Brooks,

326; Dr. Palisa, 326; Comet 1906a, Messrs. Crawford

and Champreux, 352; Prof. Hartwig, 375; M. Ebell,

375, 400, 425, 494; MM. Rambaud and Sy, 407; Dr.

Abetti, 494; Observations of Standard Velocity Stars,

Mr. Slipher, 326; a Fire near the Mount Wilson Observ-

atory, 326; Prof. Hale, 375; Report of the Meeting of

the Solar Commission at Innsbruck, 352; a Catalogue

of Spectroscopic Binaries, Prof. Campbell and Dr. H. D.

Curtis, 352; Observations of the Lyrid Meteors, April,

1904, Dr. Jiří Kaván, 352; Notes on some Cornish

Circles, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., 366, 561;

Observations of Eros, 375; Catalogue of Stars within

Two Degrees of the North Pole, Dr. Caroline E. Fur-

ness, 375; the Increasing Period of 8 Lyræ, Dr. Alex. W.

Roberts, 375; the United States Naval Observatory,

Rear-Admiral Chester, 375; the Collected Mathematical

Works of George William Hill, 409; a 300-Year Climatic

and Solar Cycle, Thos. W. Kingsmill, 413: Transpacific

Longitudes, Dr. Otta Klotz, 417; Life of Pietro Tacchini,

L. Palazzo, 425; the Heavens at a Glance, A. Mee, 425;

Fireball of January 27, 1906, W. F. Denning, 427;

Death and Obituary Notice of Prof. Samuel Pierpont

Langley, 443; Discovery of a New Comet, 1906b, Herr

Kopff, 448; Dr. Valentiner, 448; Comet 19066, M. Ebell,

474, 544; Mr. Champreux, 474; Prof. Hartwig, 494:

Dr. Wirtz, 494, 544: Prof. Max Wolf, 494: the Ring

Dr. Wilson, 545; M. Quénisset, 545; First Photographs

of the Canals of Mars, Prof. Percival Lowell, 453; Re-

markable Variation in the Spectrum of Boötis, Drs.

H. Ludendorff and G. Eberhard, 474; a Brilliant Fire-

ball, Mr. Denning, 474; the Leeds Astronomical Society,

474; Discovery of a New Comet (1906c), Mr. Ross, 494;

Mr. Morgan, 494; Dr. Strömgren, 518, 569; a Pro-

gramme of Solar Research, Prof. Hale, 494; Harvard

College Observatory, Prof. Pickering, 494; Catalogue of

3799 Bright Stars, J. Bossert, 495; the System of the

Stars, Agnes M. Clerke, Prof. R. A. Gregory, 505; New

Variable Stars in the Region about y Sagittæ, Prof.

Wolf, 518; some Tests of the Snow Telescope, Prof.

Hale, 518; Distillation of Titanium and the Temperature

of the Sun, Henri Moissan, 527; a Systematic Study of

Faint Stars, Prof. Pickering, 545; Stars having Peculiar

Spectra, Prof. Pickering, 545; Mrs. Fleming, 545; the

April Meteors, W. F. Denning, 560; John R. Henry,

560; the Temperature of the Sun, Henri Moissan, 569;

the Melbourne Observatory, 569; Mounting the 60-inch

Reflector at Harvard, 569; Our Stellar Universe, Thomas

Edward Heath, W. E. Rolston, 581; the Continuous

Spectrum of the Chromosphere, M. Deslandres, 592;

Objective-prism Determinations of Stellar Radial Veloci-

ties, Geo. C. Comstock, 592; the Observation of Long-

period Variables, Prof. Pickering, 592; Explanation of

the Apparent Secular Acceleration of the Earth's Orbital

Motion, P. H. Cowell, 598; Planetary Inversion, F. J. M.

Stratton, 599; der Bau des Fixsternsystems mit beson-

derer Berücksichtigung der photometrischen Resultate,

Prof. Hermann Kobold, 603; à la Poursuite d'une

Ombre, Prof. Moye, 606; Catalogue of Pleiades Stars,

Dr. R. S. Dugan, 617; Observations of Nebulæ, M.

Bigourdan, 617; a Large Photographic Nebula in Scorpio,

Prof. Barnard, 618

Astrophysics: Replicas of Diffraction Gratings, R. J.

Wallace, 21; the Probable Volcanic Origin of Nebulous

Matter, Prof. J. M. Schaeberle, 296

Atherton (W. H.), an Introduction to the Design of Beams,

Girders, and Columns in Machines and Structures, with

Examples in Graphic Statics, I

December 12, Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, 223; Magnetic
Disturbance during the Recent Auroral Display, Th.
Moureaux, 161

Australia: Report of Inter-State Astronomical and Meteor-
clogical Conference, Adelaide, May, 1905, 8; Fragmenta
Phytographia Australia occidentalis, L. Diels and E.
Pritzel, 149; Australian Story Book, the Little Black
Princess, a True Tale of Life in the Never-Never Land,
Jeanie Gunn, 155; the Bees of Australia, Prof. T. D. A.
Cockerell, 439; the Euahlayi Tribe, a Study of Aboriginal
Life in Australia, K. Langloh Parker, 610
Avebury (the Right Hon. Lord, F.R.S.), Comparative
Studies in the Psychology of Ants and of Higher Animals,
E. Wassmann, 315; British Flowering Plants, 604
Ayers (Dr. H.), the Unity of the Gnathostome Type, 491
Azimuths, Graphical Method of determining Altitudes and,
Mr. Littlehales, 63

Baccioni (G. B.), Seta Artificiale, 606
Backhouse (Mr.), Comet 1905c (Giacobini), 255
Bacteriology: a Gelatin-hardening Bacterium, R. Greig
Smith, 24; Germicidal Action of Copper Salts and of
Bright Copper, Mr. Watkins-Pitchford, 61; Action of
Bacteria in the Souring of Milk, 85; Milk and Copper,
John Golding and Dr. Feilman, 399; Bacteriological
Examination of Milk, Dr. A. C. Houston, 492; Insects
as Carriers of Disease, A. E. Shipley, F.R.S., at the
British Association Meeting at Pretoria, 235: Action of
Hordenine Sulphate on Soluble Ferments and on Micro-
organisms, L. Camus, 383; Dangers of the Ingestion of
Dead Tubercle Bacilli into Tuberculous and Healthy
Animals, A. Calmette and M. Breton, 431; Developmental
Changes in Zooglea, Dr. H. C. Bastian, 454; Analysis
of Tubercle Bacilli, G. Baudran, 504; Action of Radium
Emanation on Chromogenic Bacteria, Ch. Bouchard and
M. Balthazard, 576; Ropiness in Flour and Bread, its
Detection and Prevention, E. J. Watkins, 598; Bacterio-
logical Examination of Intestinal Contents of Sea-fowl
and of Fish, Dr. Houston, 619

Bailey (Dr. G. H.), Elements of Quantitative Analysis, 244
Bain (H. Foster), Fluorspar Deposits of Southern Illinois,
306; Zine and Lead Deposits of North-Western Illinois,
306; Preliminary Report on the Geology of the Arbuckle
and Wichita Mountains in Indian Territory and Okla-
homa, 593

Baird John Wallace), the Colour Sensitivity of the Peri-
pheral Retina, 260

Bairstow (L.), Resistance of Iron and Steel to Reversals
of Direct Stress, 617

Baker (R. T.), Lemon-scented Leptospermum, 456
Baker (W.), the Tsetse-fly and its Trypanosome, 118
Baker (W. M.), Elementary Dynamics, 245

Baldit (Albert), Dissymmetry of the Loss of Electricity in
Mountainous Countries, 48

Baldwin (Mr.), Propagation of Longitudinal Waves of
Magnetic Flux along Iron Wires and Rods, 358
Balfour (Henry), the Musical Instruments of South Africa,

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Barkla (Dr. Charles G.), Secondary Röntgen Rays and
Atomic Weight, 365; Polarisation in Secondary Röntgen
Radiation, 501; Secondary Röntgen Radiation, 502
Barnard (Prof. E. E.), the Anomalous Tails of Comets,
136; the Ring Nebula in Lyra, 448; the Glow Surround-
ing the Lunar Crater Linné, 448; a Large Photographic
Nebula in Scorpio, 618

Barnett (W. G.), Sounding Stones, 390
Barrett (Charles G.), the Lepidoptera of the British Islands,
a Descriptive Account of the Families, Genera, and
Species Indigenous to Great Britain and Ireland, their
Preparatory States, Habits, and Localities, 532
Barringer (D. M.), the Crater of Coon Mountain, Arizona,


Barron (T.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 371
Bartholomew (J. G.), the Survey Atlas of England and
Wales, 218; Historical and Modern Atlas of the British
Empire specially prepared for Students, 484

Bashore (Dr. Harvey B.), the Sanitation of a Country
House, 437

Baskerville (Dr. Charles), Radium and other Radio-active
Substances, their Application especially to Medicine, 2
Bassani (Prof. F.), Fish Fauna of the Pleistocene Clays of
Taranto, 327

Basset (A. B., F.R.S.), the Maximum Number of Double
Points on a Surface, 246

Bastian (Dr. H. Charlton), the Nature and Origin of
Living Matter, 361; Developmental Changes in Zooglœa,

Bataks of Palawan, the, Edward Y. Miller, Dr. A. C.
Haddon, F.R.S., 584

Bateman (H.), the Theory of Integral Equations, 190
Bates-Müller Hypothesis of Mimicry, the, a Question of
Historical Accuracy, Prof. R. Meldola, F.R.S., 100
Bather (Dr. F. A.), Cooperation between

Libraries, 413; Twilight Glows due to Eruption of
Vesuvius, 614

Batoka Gorge of the Zambesi, the, G. W. Lamplugh,
F.R.S., 111

Batsmen, Great, their Methods at a Glance, G. W. Beldam
and C. B. Fry, 82

Baudran (G.), Analysis of Tubercle Bacilli, 504

Bauer (E.), Benzyl- and Phenyl-borneols and their Pro-
ducts of Dehydration, 527

Baumhauer (Dr. H.), die neuere Entwickelung der Kris-
tallographie, 340

Bayley (R. Child), Border Occasionally seen between Light
and Dark Regions on Photographic Plates, 29
Bayliss (Jessie S.), the Galvanotropic Irritability of Roots,

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Belgium, Forestry in, Prof. W. R. Fisher, 186
Bell (Dr. Alexander Graham), Magnetic Storms and Auroræ,
197; Aurora of November 15 and December 12, 223;
Tetrahedral Cell Kites designed by, 275

Bell (A. H.), Notes on Volumetric Analysis, 459
Bell (G. M.), the Winchester Arithmetic, Supp. to
November 30, viii

Bell (Hesketh), Hurricanes in the West India Islands, 348

Bell (J. M.), the Mineral Constituents of the Soil Solution,


Bell (R.), My Strange Pets and other Memories of Country
Life, 76

Bellars (A. E.), Velocity of Transformation of Sugars by

Alkalies, 527

Benedict (Prof. F. G.), a Respiration Calorimeter with
Appliances for the Direct Determination of Oxygen, 276
Benham (Charles E.), Heat a Mode of Motion, 246
Benham (Prof. W. B.), Carnivorous Habits of the New
Zealand Kea Parrot, 559

Benson (Dr. Margaret), Embryology of the Amentiferæ,
part ii., Carpinus Betulus, 167

Berger (E.), Action of Phosphorus Pentachloride
B-Naphthol, 192
Bergwanderungen, Höhenklima und, in ihrer wirkung auf
den Menschen, N. Zuntz, A. Loewy, F. Müller, and W.
Caspari, 553

Berkeley (Earl of), Determination of the Osmotic Pressures

of Solutions by the Measurement of their Vapour

Pressures, 380

Bernard (Henry M.), Catalogue of the Madreporarian Corals
in the British Museum (Natural History), 412
Berridge (Miss E.), Embryology of the Amentiferæ, part ii.,
Carpinus Betulus, 167

Berthelot (M.), Insoluble Potassium Compounds contained
in Humic Materials, 262

Berthier (M.), Elongation of Wires by Flexion, 277

Besson (M.), Action of Peroxide of Nitrogen on Ammonia,


Bichel (C. E.), New Methods of Testing Explosives, 194

Biela's Comet, the Meteors of, Mr. Denning, 64

Biermann (Dr. Otto), Vorlesungen über mathematische

Näherungsmethoden, 245


tion in H.M.S. Sealark, J. Stanley Gardiner, 43, 184,
294; the Formation of Spicules, W. Woodland, 179;
Chatognatha of the Siboga Expedition in the Dutch East
Indies, Dr. Fowler, 381; Pisciculture at Port Erin, 614;
Phosphorescent Marine Animals, Prof. McIntosh, 349;
Catalogue of the Madreporarian Corals in the British
Museum (Natural History), Henry M. Bernard, 412;

Meddelelser fra Kommissionen fra Havundersogelsen,

Serie Hydrografi, Serie Fiskeri, Serie Plankton, Jas.

Johnstone, 434; Observations on Gennadas, E. L.

Bouvier, 551

Biometrics of Brain-weights, the, 200

Birds Catalogue of the Collection of Birds' Eggs in the

British Museum (Natural History), E. W. Oates and

Captain S. G. Reid, 53; Wild Wings, Adventures of a
Camera-Hunter among the Larger Wild Birds of North
America on Sea and Land, H. K. Job, 123; Monotremes
and Birds, Dr. H. Gadow, F.R.S., 222; Ootheca
Wolleyana, an Illustrated Catalogue of the Collection of
Birds' Eggs formed by the late John Wolley, Prof. Alfred
Newton, 387; Eggs of the Native Birds of Britain and
List of British Birds, Past and Present, W. J. Gordon,
387; the Bird Watcher in the Shetlands, with some Notes
on Seals-and Digressions, Edmund Selous, O. V. Aplin,
414; Nature-tones and Undertones, J. Maclair Boraston,
O. V. Aplin, 414; the Birds of Hampshire and the Isle

of Wight, Rev. J. E. Kelsall and Philip W. Munn, O. V.

Aplin, 465 the Protection of Birds, 521; Bird-life at the

South Orkney Islands, Wm. Eagle Clarke, 570

Björling (P. R.), British Progress in Pumps and Pumping
Engines, 217

Black (Dr. R. S.), Leprosy in South Africa, 139

Black Princess, the Little, a True Tale of Life in the
Never-Never Land, Jeanie Gunn, 155

Blaise (E. E.), Migration of Carboxyl in the Dehydration

of Certain Acid Alcohols, 72

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