Imagens das páginas
PDF
ePub

Youth," ford, SCIENCE.

per," three in

i Nov. 1883, fossils, land anad. Maidstone:rch number

STUDENT'S monocular microscope, by Johnson, optician to Sroxge spicules : will send a well-mounted slide o spicules University College, with mechanical stage, coarse and fine ad of the Clona sponge (parasite on oyster shell), in exchange fur justments, sub-stage diaphragm, two eye-pieces A and 1, i in. any good slide, botanical or biological.-G. Swainson, 110 Park and in. object classes, polariscope and selenite stage, con Road, Bolton. densor, live cage, stage forceps and tweezers.-M. I., 4 Lower Wanten, a , or , immersion objective. Will give in part Terrace, Hampstead, N.W.

exchange Cassell's “ Popular” and “Technical Educator, WANTED, one of Shadbolt's turntables, or an equally good quite new, well-bound in scarlet call, or handsome musical box one; will exchange a genuine Mulready envelope, Stamped, (ten tune).-G. S., 110 Park Road, Bolton. post-marked, and undeniably an original one.-F. Cresswell Good shells, fossils, and works on osteology, &c., offered in Du Bois, 15 West Cromwell Road, Kensington.

exchange for odd parts of Lovell Reeve's Conchologia FINE micro photographs in exchange for good slides, &c Iconica" and of the Palæontological Society.”-Miss Linter. Microscopic objects photographed. - F. Guardia, Helston Arragon Close, Twickenham. House, Rozel Road, Clapham, S.W.

BOTANICAL cabinet, 36 in. high, 18 in. wide, with a few WANTED, SCIENCE-Gossip from beginning of 1865 to end of specimens, for turntable and slides.-C. H. Goodman, 9 Dori1884, either bound or in loose numbers; and also any other cote Road, Wandsworth Common. microscopical books or journals. State what is wanted in ex WANTEN), goud book on mechanics. Offered, SCIENCEchange for them.-Charles Von Eiff, jun., 347 Greenwich Street, GOSSIP, 1880, eighteen numbers of “Youth," forty numbers of New York City.

“ Boys' Newspaper," three numbers of “European Ferns,"WANTED, pennies, halfpennies, and farthings of Edward I., Archibald W. Fry, Bridge House, Arundel. Edward L., and Edward III. Flint flakes in exchange. Micro slides for exchange. Wanted, books (science) or other B Piffard, Hill House, Hemel Hempstead, Herts.

slides. Lists tres on application.-A. P. Wire, Seaton Villas, WIL send tube of living budding Hydra viridis on receipt Birkbeck Road, Leytonstone. of a good mounted object.-Thomas W. Lockwood, Lobley A FEW slides of Antheridia and Pistillid a of mosses and Street, Heckmondwike, Yorkshire.

hepatics, also ripe capsules of same, for other good mounts. WANTED, fresh specimens in fruit of the Musci, Hypnum Lists to-W. E. Green, 32 Belvoir Road, Bristol. Atrichmum Grimmia, Pottia orthotrichum, also Marchantia FRESH gathered crowfoot clustercups (Ecidium ranuncupolymorpha and Riccia glauca. Well-mounted micro slides of lacearuni) and dock clustercups ((Ecilium rubellum), in exinterest offered in exchange.-R. A. Hawkins, The Cottage, change for nettle fungus (Ecidium Urtica).-T. S. Morten, Quarry Road, Hastings.

3 Rosslyn Trrraace, Hampstead, London, N.W. MICRO slides: will send in exchange for four good mounts WANTED Geikie's lectures at South Kensington on Geology,

ollowing :-fertile pinnule of hare's-foot fern (Davillia), Dand's Geology, Mineralogy, or books on coins, ditto royal fern (Osmunda), tr. sect., ivy, ditto jessamine, both Own Papers." - John Millar, Clarence House, Inverkeithing, double-stained.-J. B. Bessell, Fremantle Square, Bristol.

Fifeshire. WANTED, No. 11, vol. iii., of “Natural History Notes," OFFEREE for exchange one hundred eggs with data of chough, published Nov. 1883, edited by F. J. Rowbotham. Offered in sparrow-hawk, dipper, stonechat, grey wagtail, goldfinch, exchange, cretaceous fossils, land and freshwater shells, Lepi. hooded crow, swift, ringed plover, redshank, heron, mute swan, doptera.-A. Bcales, 37 Kingsley Road, Maidstone.

puffin, guillemot, razor-bill, cormorant, gannet, herring-gull, Will exchange SCIENCE-Gossip for 1884, the March number kittiwake, storm-petrel and many others. Send list of duplicates missing, for natural history specimens, especially stuffed birds and of desiderata.-Richard J. Ursher, Cappagh, Lismore, or mammals.--George H. Brocklehurst, B.Sc., Roundhay, Ireland. Leeds.

WANTED, fossil sharks' teeth from any formation, not more Cypræa lyna and Cypræa helvola from Zanzibar, and Nassa than three of any species, must be named and localised, in reticulata from Scotland; exchange for other shells not in col exchange for fossils from chalk, gault limestone, oolites, London lection.--Mrs. S., 21 London Road, Brentford, Middlesex

clay, &c.-George E. East, jun., 10 Basinghall Street, London: OFFERED, Bourne's “ Catechism of the Steam Engine" and OFFERED, pair of tumbler pigeons in exchange for three or “ Handbook of the Steam Engine,” Phillips' Mineralogy," | four well-mounted micro slides.-R. H. T., 28 Albert Road, also “Knowledge," vol. i. unbound. Wanted, books on aquarium, Devonport. especially Taylor's “Aquarium," or works by Gosse, or back volumes of SCIENCE-GOSSIP, &c.-G. A. Simmons, 102 Ladbroke Grove Road, London, W.

BOOKS, ETC., RECEIVED. WANTED, skins and eggs of British birds in exchange for “The Microscope in Botany,” Dr. J. W. Behrens (transl.) land and freshwater shells. Duplicates: P. vivi para, B.

(Boston: S. E. Cassino & Co.)" Celestial Motions, a handy Leachii, P. hypnorum, L. lavis, T. haliotidea, 2. nitidus,

book of astronomy,” W. T. Lynn, B.A. (Stanford).-“ Birds I 2. glaber, P. pusillum, &c. Desiderata: S. ovale, U. marga

have kept," W. T. Greene, M.A. (L. Upcott Gill) --" Protoritifer, 2. purus, H. fusca, B. perversa, &c.-F. G. Fenn,

plasmic Continuity in the Fucaceæ," Thomas Hick, B.A., B.Sc. 20 Woodstock Road, Bedford Park, W.

Contributions to the Fossil Flora of Halifax," Thomas Hick WANTED, local varieties of British shells; also mounted mol and William Cash.--"A Correlation Theory of Colour Percepluscan palates, and back numbers of scientific journals, especially tion," Charles A. Oliver, M.D.--"Geology of the Conistock the “Journal of Conchology." Shells in exchange, including

Lode," and Atlas (U.S. Geol. Survey).--"U. S. Geol. Survey. Paludina coniecta, P. vivipara, Zonites glaber, and Helir

3rd Report.1881-2.-" Annual Reports of the Public Gardens lamellata.-S. C. Cockerell, 51 Woodstock Road, Bedford

and Plantations," Jamaica.-" Proceedings of the Academy of Park, Chiswick, W.

Natural Sciences of Philadelphia."-" The Lias Marlstone of WANTED, books by Hogg, Clarke, Martin, and others on

Leicestershire as a source of Iron," by E. Wilson, F.G.S.the microscope ; also Clark's “Seaweeds," and vol. vi. of the

Special Creation and Evolution," C. C. W. Naden.-" The “ Boys' Own Paper;" good exchange given in micro slides.

Gold-fields of Victoria, Reports of the Mining Registrars."W. S. Anderson, 7 Granby Street, Ilkeston.

“Report of the Kelvingrove Museum, &c.," Glasgow, for 1884. WANTED, SCIENCE-Gossip for 1879 and 1883, also any

“American Naturalist."-"Science.”-“ American Monthly volumes earlier than 1876. Will give good micro slides in

Microscopical Journal."-"The Naturalist.”-“Ben Brierley's exchange.-Samuel M. Malcolmson, M.D., 55 Great Victoria

Journal.”—“The Journal of Conchology.” -“Feuille des Street, Belfast.

Jeunes Naturalistes.-“Popular Science News."_“Canadian OFFERED, Gosse's “British Sea Anemones," Lyell's “ Anti

Science Monthly." _“The Medico-Legal Journal," New York. quity of Man," Pratt's “Wild Flowers” (large 4to.), "Testi.

Illustrated Science Monthly."-“ Papers and Proceedings of mony of the Rocks,” and other good books. Wanted, French

the Royal Society of Tasmania," 1884.-"East of Scotland works on marine algæ.-T. H. Buftham, Connaught Road,

Union of Naturalists' Societies Reports," 1884. Walthamstow.

WHAT offers in exchange for some large fossil fern slabs from coal pit, Heath, near Bristol ? Tropical recent land shells pre COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED FROM:-W.G.--C. C.-H. T. ferred.-Miss F. M. Hele, Fairlight, Elmgrove Road, Cotham, -P. S.-J. M.-H. C.-A. B.-H. W.-J. C. S.-G. H. B.Bristol.

M. S. - W. H. P. - G. A. S. - F. W. L. - F. G. F.A 4-inch reflecting telescope in exchange for good micro C. F. W. F. W.-A. V.-S. C. C.-W. S. A.-S. M. M.scopic objective or offers of scientific apparatus.-E. B. Fen

'. H. B.-S. C.-F. M. H.-J. P.-E. B. F.- T. W.nessy, Pallas Green, Limerick.

A. D. W.-J. E. L.-C. D.-S. J. H.-G. E. E.-F. R. C.Living specimens of Hydra viridis, now budding in tube, in

C. H. G.-A. W. F.-W. E. C.-. B. W.-J. W.-A. P. W exchange for mounting material, insects preserved in spirit

-M. E. T.-W. E. G.-T. S. M.-W. 0.-W. G. W.wanted, such as:-Saw flies, horse flies, wood ant, fairy fly, or M. J. H.-E.-C. N.-C. P. P.-J. G.-W. D. S.-J.-G. R. parasites of animals, or fish, &c., or tlse large spines of foreign

-D. W. B. jun.-F. W. E.-G. B.-W. H. P.-W. G.Sea Urchin, for making sections.-W. H. Pratt, 15 Gill W. S. A.-T. W. L.-C. W.-D. B.-B. T. & C.-A. A.Street, Nottingham.

T. F.-C. S.-A. C.-G. F. H.-R. C.-R. A. N.-L.-E. D. WANTED, British and foreign land and fresh-water shells, - T. S.-A. B.--V. A. L.-T. W. D.-J. C. P.-F. R. C. particularly some Testacella maugei in exchange for 25 yards M. E. T.-A. E. T.-C. J. B.-W. W.-C. v. F.jr.-F. J.of very fine aviary wire-netting, a yard wide and inch mesh, B. P.-C. C.-A. S. M.-A. H. S.-T. F.-F. C. D. B.unused; also some of first numbers of “Knowledge" and H. W.-J. W. W.-H.-G. R.-C. F. W. F. W.-G. H. B.Amateur Work," Pirates of Penzance vocal score, and various C. R.-H. W . K.-S. C. .-J. F.-C. F. F.-R. L. H other books. &c.-Wilfred Mark Webb, 31 Aynhoe Road, E. S. P.-R. J. U.-R. H. T.-A. K.-C. P.-W. M. W.West Kensington Park, W.

&c., &c.

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

Mr. JOHN BROWNING begs to direct attention to the advantages of this very powerful, portable, and efficient Instrument, which will divide the Sodium lines or the D lines in the Solar Spectrum, and show the Rain-Band as Separate Lines ; it is provided with a fine motion focussing arrangement, and it is applicable to every purpose for which a Direct Vision Spectroscope can be used.

Price in Morocco Leather Case, £3 8s. Ed.

JOHN BROWNING,
Optical and Physical Instrument Maker to H.M, Government,

63, STRAND, LONDON, W.C.

3

Works by Professor RUSKIN. & Now ready. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, 75. 6d.

Published by and to be had of The Chemistry of Cookery. GEORGE ALLEN, | By W. MATTIEU WILLIAMS, Sunnyside, Orpington, Kent.

F.R.A.S. LISTS SENT POST - FREE ON APPLICATION. | London : CHATTO AND WINDUS, Piccadilly. CIC COLLINS' POND COLLECTING STICK AIR

on

CHATTO AND WIND

10 Consists of a neatly made Bamboo Stick, with joint to pull out to 5ft., and a Dipping Bottle and Net to attach

to the end. Every Microscopist should have one. Sent free on receipt of P.O. MICROSCOPES AND APPARATUS. 38-PAGE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE.

5/10/0 COLLINS' HISTOLOGICAL MICROSCOPE,

With 1-inch and {-inch Objectives of splendid definition, in Mahogany Case. Harley Binocular Microscopes, Dissecting Microscopes, Cabinets, Objects, Lamps, Object Glasses,

Thin Glass, Ground Slips, Pocket Magnifiers, Mounting Media, &c. CHAS. COLLINS, MICROSCOPE MAKER, 157, Great Portland Street, London, W.

W. P. COLLINS, Science Bookseller, Speciality-Microscopy and the Allied Sciences. New and Second-hand Works on ALGÆ, BIOLOGY BOTANY, CHEMISTRY, CORALS, CONCHOLOGY, DESMIDS, DIATOMS,

ENTOMOLOGY, HISTOLOGY, INFUSORIA, NATURAL HISTORY, GEOLOGY, &c., &c., &c. Back parts of the various Microscopical Journals, always in Stock. Catalogues on application. Scientific Books bought or exchanged. Agent for the American Monthly Microscopical Journal ; The Microscope and the Journal of the New York Microscopical Society, each bs. per annum, postaje included.

157, GREAT PORTLAND STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, W.

LAMPLOUGH'S

[blocks in formation]

It gives instant relief in HEADACHE, INDIGESTION, LASSITUDE, CONSTIPATION, SEA or BILIOUS SICKNESS. and quickly cures the worst form of TYPHUS, SCARLET, JUNGLE, and other FEVERS, PRICKLY HÉAT, SMALL-POX, MEASLES, ERUPTIVE or SKIN COMPLAINTS, and various other altered conditions of the Blood.

The testimony of Medical Gentlemen has been unqualified in praise of Lamplough's
SCOTHER PYRETIC SALINE, as possessing most important elements calculated to restore and
KEY maintain health, with perfect vigour of body and mind :-“Have it in your houses, and CE

AS forget it not in your travels."
ESILLE. Dr. TURLEY. "I have found it act as a specific in my experience and family in the worst form of

Scarlet Fever, no other medicine being required.”
SEE OTHER TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISEMENTS IN TIMES, &o., AND WITH EACH BOTTLE.

May be obtained of all Chemists, in Bottles, 2s. 6d., 4s. 6d., 1Is., and 215.

MAN

H. LAMPLOUGH, Chemist, 113, Holborn.

ROYAL BOTANIC SOCIETY'S GARDENS,

REGENT'S PARK.

GARDENS OPEN DAILY from 9 A.M. to Sunset. SUNDAYS from 2 P.M. to Sunset. Admission by Orders from Fellows of the Society only.

CHANGE OF ADDRESS

WM. TYLAR, 178, NEWTOWN ROW, BIRMINGHAM, nFFERS THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL LOTS

for this Month only. Selected and Arranged Diatoms, Ios. per doz. Anatomical preparations, in best style, 75. per doz. Rock Sections, ros. per doz. Entomological and Miscellaneous, 75. per doz. All on approval for Selection. 3 X 1 Smooth Slips, 48. per gross. Thin Circles, 28. od. per oz. Other materials equally cheap. Lists one Stamp. Stones Cut, Sliced, or Polished for Cabinet or Microscope, about half usual charges.

TIHE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S GARDENS, 1 Regent's Park, are OPEN DAILY (except Sundays,) from 9 A.M. till Sunset. Admission is.; on Mondays, 6d. ; Children always bd. The Insect House is now open for the Season.

NEW SLIDES ISSUED BY EDWARD WARD, 249, Oxford Street, Manchester.

[blocks in formation]

Volcanic Dust from Java eruption ; fell 1000 miles from

Java. Price is. Bugula plumosa, with tentacles extended. Price is. 6d. Halecium halecinum, with tentacles extended. Price 2s. 60. Section of Collier's Lung, air cells filled with carbon. Price is, 6d.

Each post-free ad. extra.

THE Annual Subscription to SCIENCE

I GOSSIPis FIVE SHILLINGS-the Numbers being seni monthly, post-free, Post-office Orders should be made payale to the Publishers, CHATT & WINDUS, 214. Piccadilly, London, W.-Orders for Advertisements should be sent to the same address, not later than the 18th of the month preceding that in which they are intended to appear.

[blocks in formation]

ESTABLISHED 1851. R I R K B E C K B A N K.

Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. THREE PER CENT. INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS, repayable on demand.

TWO PER CENT. INTEREST on CURRENT ACCOUNTS calculated on the minimum monthly balances, when not drawn below 650.

The Bank undertakes for its Customers, free of Charge, the Custody of Deeds. Writings, and other Securities and Valuables: the collection of Bills of Exchange, Dividends, and Coupons; and the purchase and sale of Stocks, Shares, and Annuities. Letters of Credit and Circular Notes issued.

THE BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with full particulars, post frce, on application.

FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager. The Birkbeck Building Society's Annual Receipts

exceed Five Millions. WOW TO PURCHASE A HOUSE FOR 11 TWO GUINEAS PER MONTH, with immediate Possession and no Rent to pay. Apply at the Office of the BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY, 29, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. UOW TO PURCHASE A PLOT OF LAND 01 FOR FIVE SHILLINGS PER MONTH. with immediate possession, either for Building or Gardening purposes. Apply at the Office of the BIRKBECK FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY, as above.

The BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with full particulars, on application.

FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager.

CATALOGUE FREE. FOSSILS. SAMUEL HENSON,

277,. STRAND, LONDON.

A SYNOPSIS OF THE BACTERIA AND YEAST

FUNGI AND ALLIED SPECIES.

By W. B. GROVE, B.A.
With 87 Illustrations. Crown 8vo., cloth extra, 35, 6d.

London: CHATTO & WINDUS, Piccadilly.

[blocks in formation]

THIS excellent Family Me

1 dicine is the most effective remedy for Indigestion, Bilious and Liver Complaints.

For FEMALES these Pills are truly excellent, removing Headache, Depression of Spirits, Dulness of Sight, Nervous Affections, Blotches, Pimples, Sallowness of the Skin, and give a healthy bloom to the complexion. All Chemists at is. Ifd. and

25. od. per box,

TRADC

MARK

WILLIAM WOOLLAMS & CO.,

MANUFACTURING PAPER STAINERS, Are the Original Makers of ARTISTIC WALL

PAPERS. Guaranteed free from Arsenic. 110, HIGH STREET, LONDON, W.

(Near Manchester Square.) Gold Medal, International Health Exhibition

HARDWICKE'S SCIENCE-GOSSIP.

lxiii HENRY CROUCH'S NEW STUDENT'S BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE. Has Concentric Rotating Stage l-in. thick. New Object Carrier, dispensing with Springs. Fitting for accessories can be turned aside. Hinged Mirror Stem so that the Mirror

can be swung above the stage. Is now fitted with large stand

Condenser. Best 1-in. 25° „ -in. 110° in plain

mount.

[graphic]
[ocr errors]

HENRY CROUCH, Barbican Optical Works, 66, Barbican, London, E.C. CHATTO & WINDUS, PUBLISHERS.

MARINO FALIERO: a Tragedy. By ALGER- | MYTHS AND DREAMS. By EDWARD CLODD, NON CHARLES SWINBURNE. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, 6s.

Author of "The Childhood of the World,” &c. Crown 8vo,

cloth extra, 55. UNCLE JACK. By WALTER BESANT, Author of ' VIA CORNWALL TO EGYPT. By C. F.

“All Sorts and Conditions of Men,” &c. Crown 8vo, cloth GORDON CUMMING. With a Photo-gravure Frontispiece. extra, 6s.

Demy 8vo, cloth extra, 75. 64. THE POETS' BEASTS. By Phil ROBINSON, STUDÍES RE-STUDIED: Historical Sketches Author of “The Poets' Birds,” &c. Crown 8vo, cloth extra,

from Original Sources. By Alex. CHARLES EWALD, F.S.A.

Demy 8vo. cloth extra. 125. 7s, 6d.

ACADEMY NOTES, 1885. With Facsimile SOCIETY IN LONDON. By a Foreign Resident.

Sketches. Edited by HENRY BLACKBURN. IS. Sixth Edition, crown 8vo, cloth extra, ós.

GROSVENOR NOTES, 1885. With Facsimile MILITARY MANNERS AND CUSTOMS. Sketches, Edited by HENRY BLACKBURN. IS. By JAMES ANSON Farrer, Author of “Primitive Manners

THE PARIS SALON, 1885. With Facsimile and Customs." Crown 8vo, cloth extra, 6s.

Sketches. Edited by F. G. DUMAS. 35.
CHATTO & WINDUS, PICCADILLY, W.

CLEAR COMPLEXION.

GODFREY'S EXTRACT OF ELDER FLOWERS

has long been known for its surprising effect in softening, improving, and preserving the Skin, and in rendering the Complexion clear and beautiful. It removes Tan, Sunburn, Redness, &c.; cures Pimples, Humours, and other Eruptions; and by persevering in its use the Skin becomes delicately soft, clear, and smooth.

GODFREY'S EXTRACT OF ELDER FLOWERS

Possesses a delightful fragrance, and is an indispensable adjunct to the Toilet and Nursery.
Sold in Bottles, price 2s. 9d., by all Chemists and Perfumers.

DR. ROOKE'S ORIENTAL PILLS & SOLAR ELIXIR.

• THESE WELL-KNOWN FAMILY MEDICINES have had a continually increasing sale throughout the United Kingdom and the British Colonies since their introduction in 1836, and are especially noted for their STRENGTHENING and RESTORATIVE Properties; hence their invariable success in the RELIEF and CURE of INDIGESTION,

PULMONARY CONSUMPTION, LIVER COMPLAINTS,

RHEUMATISM, ASTHMA,

GOUT, SCROFULA, BRONCHITIS,

GENERAL DEBILITY, AND ALL DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, Whether arising from a sedentary mode of life, unhealthy occupation, insalubrious climate, or any

other cause.

The ORIENTAL PILLS AND SOLAR ELIXIR

Are prepared only by CHARLES ROOKE, M.D., SCARBOROUGH. The PILLS are sold in boxes,

at is. 1 d. and 4s. 6d. each; the ELIXIR in Bottles at 45. 6d. and ris. each, duty included. Around each Box and Bottle are wrapped Directions for the Guidance of Patients in all Diseases.

DR. ROOKE'S HANDY POCKET-GUIDE TO HEALTH

HEALTH-RESTORING PLACES,

AND

UCAL

FULL OF PLEASING ILLUSTRATIONS AND USEFUL INFORMATION, 88 PAGES. This Book may be obtained from any PATENT MEDICINE VENDOR, or POST FREE

from DR. ROOKE, Scarborough, England, on receipt of PENNY POSTAGE STAMP.

CROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR

BALSAMIC

Is the leading Medicine of the day, and is specially recommended by several eminent Physicians. It has been used with the most signal success for Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Consumptive Night Sweats, Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Breath, &c., and is a most valuable adjunct

to Dr. ROOKE's Medicines in all affections of the Throat and Chest. orang CROSBY'S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR is sold everywhere, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors at the following prices :-1s. 1 d., 1s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and 11s, each Bottle. A great saving is effected by purchasing the large Bottles. Full Directions with each Bottle.

LONDON : PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED, STAMFORD STREET AND CHARING CROSS

« AnteriorContinuar »