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Fisher (Rev. O., F.G.S.), Relation of Man to the Ice-sheet, 43;

Elevation of Mountains, 61
Flight of Birds, 5, 221, 242, 260, 301, 381, 390, 403, 422, 440
Plorence, International Horticultural Show, 427
Flower (Prof.), Fossil Sirenian, 13
Flowers, Fertilisation of, by Insects (See Fertilisation),
Flowers of Primrose destroyed by Birds, 509
fluctuations of American Lakes, 504
Fop, Destruction of Sound by, 215; Prof. Tyndall on the

Acoustic Transparency and Opacity ot the Atmosphere, 251,

267
Fonvielle (\V. de), Sale of "Les Ballons du Siege" pro-
hibited, 293; Aeronautical Experiment, 427; Deville's

Weather Prognostications, 445
Forbes (D.)., Volcanic Theory, 141
Forbes (Geo ), Transit of Venus, 487
Formic Aldehyde, Synthesis of, 315
Fossil Bird, New, 151; Brontotherida', 227 ; Colorado River,

273 ; Sirenian, from Suffolk, 13
Foster (Dr. Michael), his Laboratory at Trin. Coll., Cambridge,

297
Foster (Prof. M., F.R.S.), Obituary Notice of J. N. Czermak,

63 ; Effects of Temperature on Reflex Action, 83, 101
Fox (C), Spinous Shark, Intellect of Porpoises, 42
Fox, The, Collective Instinct, 5
France; Commission of Commercial Geography, 332; School

of Horticulture, 193; Association for the Advancement of

Science, 497 (See Paris)
Frankfort Natural History Society, 273
Frankland (Prof.), Report on Pollution of Rivers, 197
Frankland (F. W.), Physical Axioms, 484, 500
Franklin Expedition, 131, Franklin Institute, 94, 153, 234,

5'4
Frewer (Ellen E.), Schweinfurth's "Heart of Africa," 340
Fritsch (Dr. Gustav), "South African Races," 479
"Frog, Common," by St. George Mivart, F.R.S., 10, 28, 67,

107, 147, 186, 264, 305, 367, 406
Fry (Edw.),Moraines of Ancient Glaciers, 103 .,

Fuel, Economy of, Exhibition in Manchester, 17
Fumariacese, Fertilisation of the, 423, 460, 484
Fungi, Exhibition of, 151

"Fungi of Northern Germany," by O. II. Weberhauer, 200
Fungus, New, 470

Galabin (Dr.), Theory of the Pulse, 125

Galileo's Work in Acoustics, 169

Galton(F., F.R.S.), Men of Science, and a Proposed Statistical

Scale, 342, 344
Galton (John C), Dr. Maclay's Researches among the Papuans,

Gamier (F.), Assassinated in Tonquin, 213

Garrett (Andrew), "Fishes of the Pacific," 120

Garrod (A. H.), Pettigrew's "Animal Locomotion," 221, 281;
the Heart and the Sphygmograph, 327, 362 ; Flight of Birds,
301, 382; Moon's Want of Atmosphere, 382; Theory of
Nerve Force, 163; New Classification of Birds, 290

Gaseous Column subjected to Gravity, its Temperature, 27

Gases, Cold Treatment of, 42

Geikie (Prof. A., F.R.S.), Earth Sculpture, 50, 89; Southern
Uplands of Scotland, 81; "Science Primers—Geology,"
181 ; Metamorphism and Volcanic Action, 295

Geikie (J.), "The Great Ice-age and the Antiquity of Man,"

318, 339. 383
Geography; Geographical Society, 16, 37, 92, 113; "Physical
Geography, in relation to Winds and Currents," by J. K.
Laughton, M.A., F.R.A.S., 238; Swiney Lectures, 490;
Geological Magazine, 374; Geological Society, 55, 94, 234,
275. 335. 374. 434, 475. 5'5; Presentation of Medals, 248,

353

Geology; Astronomical Speculations, 388; Canadian Survey,
213; Denudation of Limestone Hills of Sarawak, 162 ; Earth-
Sculpture, by Prof. Geikie, F.R.S., 50, 87, HO; " Geology,"
by Prof. Geikie, 181; Influence of Geological Changes on the
Earth's Rotation, 345; Microscopic Petrography, 79;
Nicaragua, 220; Post-Tertiary; "The Great Ice-Age and
the Antiquity of Man," by Prof. Geikie, 318,339; Results
of the Polaris Expedition, 405 ; Southern Uplands of Scot-
land, 22, 57, 81 ; Vienna Institute, 176, 256, 496 ; Geologists'
Association, 95, 155, 172, 235, 376, 416

"Geometrical Conic Sections," by G. Richardson, M.A., 101

"Geometry, Elementary," by J. M. Wilson, M.A., 81

"Geometry, Solid and Conic Sections," by J. M. Wilson, M. A.,
Si

Gigantic Cephalopod, 332, 403

Gilbert (J. H., Ph.D., F.R.S.), Experiments on the Growth of
Barley, 317 *"

Glacial Moraines, 103

Glacial Period; "The Great Ice-Age," by J. Geikie, 318, 339,
383

(ilaciation, Polar, 515

Glaciers in Hindostan, 63

Gladstone (Dr. J. H.), Flowers 01 the Primrose destroyed by
Birds, 509, 512

Glaisher (J. W. L.), Continued Products and Continued Frac-
tions, 234

Glasgow; Philosophical Society, 71; Geological Society, 96,
312, 316, 345, 456; Society of Field Naturalists, 435; Uni-
versity, 273, 490

Godeffroy (Ca;sar), his Museum at Hamburg, 120

Goodenough (Capt. Jas. E., R.N.), Rain-Gauge at Sea, 63

Gore (Geo., F R.S.), Electro torsion, 215

Gbttingen, Royal Society of Sciences, 176, 275, 496

Gould (Dr.), Swarm of Locusts at Cordoba, 230; Astronomy in
the Argentine Confederacy, 264

Grasses and Fodder Plants of South Australia, 512

Gray (Dr. J. E., F.R.S.), Stick-fish and Sea-pens, 13

Gray (Stephen), Lecture by Dr. Richardson on, 247

Green (A. II.), "The Great Ice-Age and the Antiquity of Man,"
by J. Geikie, 318, 339, 383

Greenwood (Col. George), Lakes with two Outfalls, 441, 500;
Beech pierced by a Thorn Plant, 463. 501

Griffin (J. J., F.C.S.), "Scientific Handicraft," 201

Gulf Stream, Limits of the, 343, 383

Giinther (Albert C. L. G.), Garrett's "Fishes of the Pacific,"
120

Giinther (Dr. Albert, F;R.S.), Day's "Freshwater Fish of India
and Bunnah." 159

Guthrie (T.), Cold Treatment of Gases, 42

Haeclcel(Prof. Emst), Infusoria, 247 ; Biography of Prof. T. H.

Huxley, F.R.S., with Portrait, 257;
Haeckel s " Creation of Organised Beings," 470
Haileybury Natural Science Society, 274
Hall (A.), Genesis in Borneo, 163
Hamilton (Frederic), "La Botanique de la Bible," IOI
Hancock (the late Albany), Obituary Notice of, 43 Memorial

to, 130
"Handicraft, Scientific," by J. J. Griffin, F.C.S., 201
Hausemann (G.), Temperature of Gaseous Column subjected to

Gravity, 27
Harkness (Prof. R., F.R.S.), Southern Uplands of Scotland, 22,

57.81
Harmonic Echoes, 6
Harrow School, Management of, 34
Hartwig (Dr. G.), "The Sea and its Wonders," 40
Harvard University (U.S.), 452
Harvey (Dr. William), Memorial Window in Folkstone Church,

471
Haughton (Rev. S., F.R.S.), "Principles of Animal Mechanics,"

289
Hayden (Dr.), his American Survey, 72, 452
Hay ward (R. B.), Spencer and d priori Axioms. 499
Hearder (Dr. J. N., F.C.S.), Physiological Effects of Ozone,

182
Heart (the), and_the Sphygmograph, Lecture by A. H. Garrod,

327. 362
Heer (Prof.), Wollaston Gold Medal presented to, 353
Hdmholtz (Prof), Copley Medal awarded to, 91 ; Direction of

Balloons, 312
Henderson (Geo., M.D., and A. O. Hume), "Lahore to Yar-

kund," 3
Henessy (H.), Internal Condition of the Earth, 103
Henslow (Rev. G.), "Theory of Evolution of Living Things,"

41
Herschel (A. S., F.R.A.S.), Spectra of Shooting Stars, 142
Hibberd (Shirley), "Amateur's Greenhouse and Conservatory. "4
Hicks (Henry), lianande and Darwinism, 261
Hiyhton (E.), Black Rain and Dew Ponds, 43 \
Hitzig (Dr.), Functions of the Brain, 249

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rloey (Mrs. Cashel), Count D'Alviella's "Sahara and Lapland,"

261
-101 land (Sir Henry), Obituary Notice of, 8
ttolton (Prof. J. H.), Obituary Notice of, 349
rlooker (Dr. J. D.), Elected President of Royal Society, 91, 502
f-foosac Tunnel, The, 170
: lorsham Iguanodon, 242
Horticultural Show at Florence, 427
Horticultural Society, 95, 151, 155, 295, 354, 395, 435, 475.

5'5
Howard Medal, for Essay on the State ot Prisons, 293
Howorth (H. H.), Distribution of Volcanoes, 141; Shrinking
of the Earth and Terrestrial Magnetism, 201, 322; Ross's
Zones of Parallel Lines of Elevation, 380
Houzeau (M.), Tubes for Silent Electrical Discharges, 244, 308
Huemul, The, Dr. Burmeister on, 82
Hughes (W. R., F.L.S.), Marine Excursion of the Birmingham

Natural History Society, 253; Ink of the Cuttle-fish, 363
Huizinga (Prof.), Abiogenesis, 422
Hull (Thos. A.), Limits of the Gulf Stream, 383
Hume (A. O., and G. Henderson, M.D.), "Lahore to

Varkund," 3
Hunterian Lectures on the Vertebrate Skull, 424
Hutton (Capt. F. W.), Rallus modestus, 5; Elevation of Moun-
tains and Volcanic Theories, 62
Huxley (Prof. Thos. Henry, F.R.S.), Biographical Notice with
Portrait, 257; Address at Aberdeen University, 337;
Medical Curriculum, 21, 121 ; his Practice of Vivisection, 202,
242, 243

India; Science in, 152, 159, 191, 214, 233, 390, 453; New,
Indian Museum, 211; Admiralty Chart of Indian Ocean,
289 ; Indian Snakes, 163, 203, 261, 294
Iuduction Tube of W. Siemens, 308
Industrial Chemistry, 370

Industry and Science, Lord Derby on, 217, 237, 271, 277
Ingleby (Dr. C. M.), Vivisection, 243
Inglis(James C.), Transmission of Light in a Squall, 363
Ink of the Cuttlefish, 36

Insects, Fertilisation of Flowers by {See Fertilisation)
Insects [See Entomology)
Instinct, Collective, 5
Instinct of Monkeys, 243
Intellect of Porpoises, 42

International Exhibition of 1874, 170

Ireland; Products of the Towing Net on the South Coast,
(Br.A.), 73

Iron in Australia, 171

Italian Association of Men of Science, 34

Jackal, The, Collective Instinct, 5

Jap-in; Science in, 114; College of Engineering, Tokei, 373;

German Natural History Society, 427; Professorship ot

Chemistry, Yeddo, 312 ; Japan Lacquer-work, 512 ; Japanese

Paintings, 428
Javan Rhinoceros at the Zoological Gardens, 364
Jennet (Prof.), Chemical Equilibrium, 195
Jevons (Prof. W. Stanley, F.R.S.), Management of the British

Museum, 26
Jodrell (Phdlips), Endowment of Biology, University College,

37«

Johnson (Fred. P.), Atlantic Fauna, 15
Jonah, lielyian Controversy on, 33
Journal of Botany, 314, 474

Kaiser (P/of.), the Planet Mars, 287, 309

Kelland (Prof. P., F.R.S., and Prof. P. G. Tait), "Introduc-
tion to Quarterntons," 137

Kent (VV. Saville, F.LS.I, Newfoundland Cuttle-fish, 403;
Aquarium, Central Park, New York, 244, 272

Kew, Botanical Collections and Gardens; Report of Science
Commission, 397; Palm House, Flowering Agave, 470

Key (Rev. H. C), Flowers of the Primrose destroyed by Birds,
509

Kiddle (Capt. Wm. W.), Limits of the Gulf Stream, 343,383

Kinetic Theory of the Dissipation of Energy, 441

Kiiby (Mary and Elizabeth), "Chapters on Trees," 4

Knobel (Edw. B.), Planet Mars, 383,-463

Kohlraush (Dr. F.), "Physical Measurements," 160

Konigsberg, Science in, 172

Kopper (Dr. W.), Temperature Cycles, 184
Krefft (Gerard), Tooth ol Ceraiodus, 293; Aboriginal Aus-
tralian Artists, 322

"Lahore to Yarkand," by G. Henderson, M.D. and A. O.

Hume, 6
Lake Superior, Fluctuations of Level, 230
Lakes with two Outfalls, 363, 441, 485, 500
Lankester (E. Ray), Destructive Effect of Heat on Bacteria,

421, 482
"Lapland and Sahara," by Count D'Alviella, 261
Laughton (J.K..M.A., F.R.A.S.), "Winds and Currents," 238
Lavoisier's work in the foundation of the Metric System, 185
Lawes (J. B., F.R.S., F.C.S.), Experiments on the Growth of

Barley, 317
Leaf-cutting Ants, 219
Le Conte (Prof. Jos.), Flight of Birds, 5
lecture Experiments, 247, 323, 344
Lectures at Public Museums; Report of Science Commission,

397
Leeds; Birkbeck Scientific Lectures, 34; Naturalists' Field

Club, 152, 492; College of Science, 157
Leidy (Prof. Jos.), "Extinct Vertebrate Fauna of the United

States," 418
"Lepidoptera," by Herman Strecker, 114
Leverrier (M.), his Scientific Soiree at Paris, 470, 513
Lewes (Geo. H.), Sensation in the Spinal Cord, 83, 101, 121;

Vivisection, 144
Leybold (Federico), "Excursion to the Argentine Pampas,"

59

Liege, Science in, 232

Light, its Transmission in a Squall, 363

Light; Polarisation of, by W. Spottiswoode, Treas. R.S., 127,
167, 203, 282, 323, 383, 464, 507; Refraction, mechanically
illustrated, 158

Lightning, Bursting of Trees by, 96

Lightning Strokes, 236

Lindler's " Treasury of Botany," 344

Linnean Society; Inauguration of New Rooms, 30; Proceed-
ings, Resignation of the President, 36, 75, 76, 115, 154, 234,

282, 331. 334, 357. 374. 4'5. 455. 47°. 494

Liverpool; Free Public Library and Museum, 411; Geological
Society, 316

Livingstone (The late Dr.), Search Expeditions, 17, 193, 363;
his Death and Funeral, 248, 293, 311, 318, 363, 389, 410, 423,
451, 463, 486 ; Russian Tribute to his memory, 349; his Work
in Africa, 54, 213, 444; his Instruments, 491 ; Provision for
his Family, his Correspondence, Memorial, 512

Local Scientific Societies, 24, 38, 72, 97, 162

Lockyer (J. N., F.R.S.), Researches in Spectrum Analysis, 133;
Quantitative Analysis of Alloys by the Spectroscope, 135;
Elected Correspondent of the French Academy of Sciences,
170; "The Moon," by J. Nasmyth, C.E. and Jas. Car-
penter, F.R.A.S., 358; Celestial Chemistry, 411, 429

Locomotion, Animal {See Flight of Birds)

Locusts, Swarm of, 230

"Logarithms, Elements of," by Prof. J. M. Peirce, 179

I-ogin (T., F.R.S.E.), Famine in India and Meteorology, 222

I^ombardy, Royal Institution of Science, 394

Londonderry Scientific Association, 249

London University, 92

Lubbock (Sir John, Bt, F.R.S.), Habits of Bees and Wasps,
408; Bill for the Peservation of Ancient Monuments, 491

Lunar Rainbow, 34

Mc Andrew (the late R, F.R.S.), bequest of Shells to Cambridge

University, 92
McFarlane (D.), Electric Experiment, 422
Maclaren (A.), "Training in Theory and Practice," 401
Maclay (Dr. von Miklucho), Researches among the Papuans,

328
M'Lachlan (R., F.L.S.), Venomous Caterpillars, 6
McLeod (Prof. H., F.C.S.), Miller's "Elements of Chemistry,"

380
McNab (Jas.), Change of Climate in Scotland, 72, 156
Maedler (Johann H.), Obituary Notice of, 410
Magnetism, Terrestrial, and Sun-spots, 154, 201 ; Results ot

the Polaris Expedition, 405
Mallet (R., F.R.S.), Volcanic Theories, 62, 141
Mullock (Arnulph), Harmonic Echoes, 6

Man, his Relation to the Ice-sheet, 14; Settle Cave, 70 j "The
Great Ice-Age and the Antiquity of Man," 42, 318; "Story
of the Earth and Man," by J. W. Dawson, LL.D., F.
R.S.; "Man and Apes," by St. George Mivart, 180; "Races
of, Mankind," by R Brown, M.A., Ph.D., 279

Manchester; Science in, 72; Owen's College, 490, 512, 513;
Geological Society, 275; Literary and Philosophical Society,
20, 56, 96, 175, 215, 296, 315, 336, 396, 455, 495; Lectures
for the People, 249; Students' Association, 34, 249

Marey (M.), Flight of Birds, 390

Margate Aquarium, 249

Marine Mammalia, Extinction of, 112

Marine Excursion of Birmingham Natural History Society, 253

Markham (Clements R., C.B., F.R.S.), "Threshold of the
Unknown Region," 138

Marlborough College Natural History Society, 120

Mars, The Planet, Prof. Kaiser on, 287, 309, 383, 463

Marsh (Prof. O. C.), Brontotherid.T, New Fossil Mammals,
227; Fossil Equine Forms, 390; Extinct Vertebrates, Colo-
rado River, 273; Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, 294

Maritime Meteorology, Conference for, 461

Marshall (W. E., Lieut.-Col.), The Todas of South India, 99

Marseilles Observatory, 513

Mathematical Methods; Quaternions, 137

Mathematical Society, 75, 154, 234, 334, 395, 399, 494

"Mathematical Theories of Attraction," by J. Todhunter, M.A.,
F.R.S., 378

Maury (Capt.), Memorial to, 372

Measuring, and Standards of Measure, 47, 87 *

"Mechanics," by J. A. Skertchley, 61

Medicil Curriculum, Prof. Huxley on the, 21, 121, 141, 337

Meldola (Raphael), "Inorganic Chemistry," 280

Meldrum's Notes on Cyclones, 213

"Men of Science," lecture by F. Galton, F.R.S., 344

Menial Science, Journal of, 93

Meteorology; Meteorological Congress, Vienna, 33; Meteoro-
logical Journal, 374; Simultaneous, Meteorological Observa-
tions, 300, 343; Meteorological Society, 95, 114, 15s, 255,
335, 415, 495; Sections of the Atmosphere, 103; Fcnland
Meteorological Circular, 391; Indian Famine, 222; Ma-
gellan Straits,47l; Maritime, 461 ; Modification of Fitzroy's
Signals, 390, 410; Ocean, 469: Prof. Hough's Evapometer
and Rain-gauge, 250; Publications of Committee of Board
of Trade, 311; Results of the Polaris Expedition, 405;
Observations ol Sea-temperatures, 346; France an4 Den-
mark, 372 ; Temperature Cycles, 184; Weather Reports for
September 1872, 299; West Indies, 468 (See Observatories)

Meteors; Durham, Hereford, 8 ; California, 172 ; of January 2,
272; Donegal, 313; Feb. 5, 322; Bristol, 463; Heidel-

kergi >43
Metric System; Lavoisier's Work in its Foundation, 185; in

Germany, 315
Mexico, Results of French Scientific Mission, 260
Meyer (Dr. A. B.), "Expedition to New Guinea," 77, 102, 131,

263, 482; Shooting-stars in the Red Sea, 123
Microscope, Limit of its Capability, 191
Microscopical Journal, 19, 55, 194, 214
Microscopical Societies, London, 36, 116, 215, 295, 375, 455;

Victoria, 216; Vienna, 250
Microscopic Examination of Air, 439, 330, 485
"Microscopic Petrography," by II. Rosenbuscli, 79
Milk, Impurity of, 516
Millcr-Casella Thermometer, 5
Miller (Hugh), Lakes with two f'utfalls, 500
Miller (VV. A., M.D., LL.D.), "Elements of Chemistry," 380
Milne-Edwards (M.), Results of French Scientific Mission to

Mexico, 260; "Mission Scientifiqueau Mexique," Remunera-
tion of the Contributors, 301
Mimicry in the Animal world, 219, 470
"Mind and Body, Theories of their Relation," by Prof. Alex.

Bain, LL.D., 178
Minister for Science, Proposed 271, 277, 294, 397, 398
"Mishmee Hills, Tne," by T. T. Cooper, F.R.G.S., 438
Mivart (St. George, F.R.S.), "The Common Frog," 10, 28, 67,

107, 147, 186, 264, 305, 367, 406; Man and Apes, 180;

"Fertilisation of the Fumariaceic," 423
Moggridge (J. Traherne), Fertilisation of the Fumariaceic,"423,

460
Mollusca of the Bahama Islands, 35
Monkeys, Instinct of, 243

Moon, Map of the, by Dr. Schmidt, 272

"Moon, The, as a Planet, a World, and a Satellite,*' by 1

Nasmyth, C.E.,and Jas. Carpenter, F.R.A.S, 35S
Moon, The, its Want of Atmosphere, 382
Moore (Thos.), Lindley's " Treasury of Botany," 344
Moore (S.), Fertilisation of Fumariacerc, 484
Moraines of Ancient Glaciers, 103, 202
Morton (J. C), Report on Pollution of Rivers, 197
Moscow, Societe Imp^riale des Naturalistes, 333
Moseley (II. N.), Botany of the Challenger, 3SS, 451, 4SS
Moss (Dr. E. L.), New Marine Animal, 183
Miiller (Dr. Hermann), Fertilisation of Flowers by Insects, 44,

164; Fertilisation of the Fumariacea;, 460
Miiller (Fritz), Termites and Honey-bees, 308
Murchison Medal and Fund, 353
Murphy (J. J. F.G.S.), Moraines, 202; Theory of Volcano*-.

322; the Great Ice Age, 383; Beech pierced by a Thoin

Plant, 441, 463, 501
Museums; National, I, 26, 53, 103, 114, 272, 277, 427, 512;

Public; Report of Science Commission, 397, 410; in Broiil,

463
Myer (A. J., Brigadier-Gen. U.S.A.), Simultaneous Meteorok>-

gical Observations, 300

Naples ; Zoological Station, 70

Nasmyth (J., C.E.), "The Moon as a Planet, .1 World, and a

Satellite," 35S
National Museums and the Government,(See State Aid to Science I
Natural Selection and Dysteology, 361
Natural History, 228, 241; South Kensington, Museum, 41,

512 ; Museum of East India Company, 427; of New Voik, 9
"Natural Philosophy," by J. A. Skertchley, 61
Negretti (H.), Deep-Sea Thermometers, 62, 102; New Ther-
mometer, 387
Nerve Force, Thermo-electric Theory of, 163
Nest-building Frogs, 265
Newcastle-upon-Tyne Chemical Society, 113,435; College ol

Physical Science, 130
New Comets, 72, 92, 331, 491
New Guinea; Dr. Meyer's Expedition to, 77, 131 ; Papers on,

92; Earthquake in, 263; Dr. Maclay's Researches, 32S;

Sig. D'Albertis' and Dr. Meyer's Discoveries, 4^2
New Marine Animal, 183
New Planets, 390
Newton (Prof. Alfred),'Extermination of Marine Mammalu,

112
Newton (Sir I.), versus Herbert Spencer, (See Spencer, H)
New York; Museum, Menagerie, and Aquarium, Central PatV,

243. 272
New Zealand, Wellington Philosophical Society, 173
"Nicaragua, The Naturalist in,''by Thos. Belt, F.G.S., 21S,

469
"North American Birds," 49S
Nova Scotia, Institute of Natural Science, 351 ; Department of

Mines, 471
Nyst (Dr. II.), Wollaston Fund awarded to, 353

Observatories: Alleghany, 394; Biskra, Tuggurt, 391 ; Bolh-
kamp, 274; Cincinnati, 93; Cordoba, 264; Leiden, 2S7;
Marseilles, 513; Milan, Florence, 113; Oxlord, 136; Pans,
49'. 5I2> 5'3; 1'uy de Dome, 411, 470; Rocky Mountains
313; Toulouse, 513; Washington, 332, 512

Ocean Currents, Physical Cause of, 423

Ocean Meteorology, 469

Ocean Physics, Results of Folaris Expedition, 405

Odling (Dr.), Address on Inauguration of Chemical Society's
Rooms, 32; Industrial Chemistry, 370

Ogham Inscribed Stones, 512

Ohio, Navigation of the, 92

Oliver (Capt. S. P.), Meteor Cloud, 313, 322; Base Line, a!
Mauritius, 403

Optical Phenomenon, 183

Organ-Pipes, Variability of the Node, 301

Ornithology; Curatorship of the late H. F. Strickland's Collec-
tions, Cambridge, 312; "North American Birds," 49S (And
see Flight of Birds)

Ornithology of East Cheshire, 132

Orton (Prof. Jas.), Exploration of the Amazons, 313

Ostriches at the Jardin d'Acclimatation, Paris, 332

Dudemanns (J. A. C), Dutch Photographs of Eclipse of 1871,

61
Dvren (Prof. R.F.RS.). New Fossil Bird, 151
Owens College, Manchester, 490, 512, 513
Oxford, Science at, 16, 52, 91, 113, 151, 292, 294, 372, 390, 491
Ozone, Physiological Action of, 182 104; Dr. Andrews, F.R.S.,
L on, 175, 347, 364

Pacific Ocean, Admiralty Chart, 289

Paladilhe (Dr. A.), Collective Instinct, 5

P.alreotherium, Complete Specimen, 285

Palgrave (W. G.), Meteorology of the West ladies, 468

Patmieri (Prof.), Activity of Vesuvius, 273

Paraguay, Inquiry into its Natural Resources, 17

"Parasites, Internal, of Domesticated Animals," by T. S.

Cobbold, F.R.'S., 4
Paris; Academy of Sciences, 20, 36, 56, 76, 136, 156, 170, 176,

196, 211, 216. 229, 236, 256, 273, 275, 292, 296, 313, 316, 336,

356. 373. 376, 39'. 396, 416, 436. 456. 471. 476. S'6;
Aeronautical Society, 373; Association for the Advancement
of Science, 497; Bureau des Longitudes, 451,428; English
Members of the French Institute, 170; Geographical Society,
33, 411; Societc d'Acclimitation, 19, 332, 394, 452;
Meteorological Society, 372; Museum of Natural History,
Complete Specimen of Pakeotherium, 285; Museum of Phy-
sical aad Mechanical Science, 190; New Bridge across the
Seine, 373; Observatory, 491, 512, 513; Utilisation of Velo-
cipedes and Carrier Pigeons, 373
Parker (Prof.), Hunterian Lectures on the Vertebrate Skull, 424,

467
Parkes(E. A., M.D., F.R.S.), Effects of Alcohol, 352
Pascoe (Francis P.), Zoological Nomenclature, 321
Tasteur (M.), Pension to, 451

Pastorelli (P.), The Miller-Casella Thermometer, 5
Patent Museum, its administration, I, 218
Pcabody Academy of Science, 151
l'caucillier (M.), Conversion of Circular into Rectilinear

Motion, ^
Pengelly (W., F.R.S., F.G.S.), Presentation to, 427
Penikese Zoological School, 350
Pendulum Observations in India, 214
Perception in Lower Animals, 261
Peiiodicity of Rainfall, 27, 184

Perthshire Society of Natural Science, 271, 293, 372
Peru, Explorations in, 332

Petrarch, Anthropological Examination of his Remain?, 171
Pettigrew (J. Bell, M.D., F.R.S.), "Animal Locomotion," 221,

260, 261, 301, 381, 403, 422; Action of the Heart, 362
"Pheasants for Coverts and Aviaries," by W. B. Tegetmeier,

F.Z.S., 161
Philadelphia; Academy of Natural Science, 116, 196, 256, 356,

435 ; Exposition at, 452
Polar Claciation, 515
Phillips (Dr. John, F. RS.), Freedom of the Turner's Company

piesented to, 469
Pnilosophical Society, Junior, 17
Photographic Society, 156, 315 ; its Organisation, 263, 280,

303
Photography; Early history, 470; Diffraction Spectrum, 224;

Eclipse of 1871, 102 ; Transit of Venus, 183
Phrenology ; the Todas of South India, 99
Phronima, Anatomy and Habits of, 314
Physical Society, South Kensington, 113, 175, 435, 516
■' Physical Measurements," by Dr. F. Kohlrausb, 160
Peirce (Prot J. M), "Elements of Logarithms," 179
Pink (William W. and G. E. Webster), "Analytical Chemistry,"

27S
PUncand Spherical Motion, conversion of, 16
Planets, New, 390

Piayfair (Dr. Lyon, C.B, F.R.S.), appointed Postmaster-
General, 54; Necessity for a Minister of Education, 511
F'iumuier (John J.), Meteor Cloud of Feb., 322
Piestwich (Jos., F.R.S.), Tunnel between England and France,

135
Pneumatic Tube, Post-Office; 64, 83, 105
Poey (Prof. Andre), "Classification of Clouds," 163
Poggendon's Annalm dtr Physik und Chemie, 469
Poison of Indian Snakes, 294
Polar Exploration (See Arctic Exploration)
R\'aris, Voyage of the, 17; its Scientific Results, 404

Polarisation of Light, by W. Spottiswoode, Treas. R. S., 127,

167, 233, 282, 323, 383, 508
Packard (A. S., jun.), " Our Common Insects," 849
Phillips (Prof. John), Obituary notice of, 510, 512
Pollen-grains in the Air, 485, 507
Pollution of Rivers, Report of Commissioner, 197
Porpoises, Intellect of, 42
Potato Disease, 131, 161, 183, 211, 223
Post Office Library; Soiree, 192
Potter (Capt.), Relics of the Franklin Expedition, 131
Procter (II. R. and T. H. Waller), Kohlrausch's "Physical

Measurements," 160
Pozzo (Prof. E. Dal.), "Lezioni di Fisio," 140
Primroses destroyed by Birds, 482
Pringle (E. H.), Zodiacal Light, 42 ; Indian Snake?, 163, 203;

Perception in Lower Animals, 261
Prisons, Prize Essays on 293

Pritchard (Baden, F.C.S.), Photographic Society, 280, 303
Proctor, (R. A.), "Borderland of Science," 140
Pulse Beat, Sphygmograph Trace of, 125, 327, 514
Puy de Dome Observatory, 470

"Quantitative Chemical Analysis," by T. E. Thorpe, Ph.D., 26
"Quaternions, Introduction to," by Prof. P. Kelland, F.R.S.,

and Prof. P. G. Tait, 137
Quetelet (J. and L.), Obituary notice of, 403, 410
Quicksilver Mine at Exeter, 470
Quito, University, 42S

Rainbow and its Reflection, 322

Rainfall, Periodicity of, 27

Rain-gauge at Sea, 63

Rain-gauge, Prof. Hough's, 250

"Races of Mankind," by R. Brown, M.A., Ph.D., 279

Ramsay (Prof. A. C, LL.D., V.P.R.S.), Physical Histoiy ol

the Rhine, 315, 471
Ranyard (A C., F.K.A.S.), Photographs of the Eclipse of 1871,

102
Reflex Action, Effects of Temperature on, 101
Refraction of Light mechanically illustrated, 158
Refraction of Sound, 513
Regel (Dr. E.), Origin of the Vine, 192
Research, Endowment of (See Endowment of Research)
Reynolds (Prof. O., M.A.), Bursting of Trees by Lightning,

96 ; Destruction of Sound by Fog, 215; Refraction of Sound,

5'3

Rhine, Physical History of the, 315, 471

Rhinoceri (One-horned), Arrangement of the Skin-folds, 446

Rhinoceros at Zoological Gardens, Death of, 215

Khinocetos, Javan, at Zoological Gardens, 364

Richardson (G, M.A.), "Geometrical Conic Sections," 101

Richardson (Dr.), Science Lecture at the Charterhouse, 247

Riga Society of Naturalists, 235, 496

Rig?(Rev. A.), "Introduction to Chemistry," 342

Rivers, Pollution of, Report of Commissioners, 197

Rocky Mountains, Barometrical Observations, 72, 273

Rodwell (G F., F.C.S.), Ancient Egyptian Balances, 8, 122;

Athenian Text-books of Science, 298
Romanes (Geo. J.), Collective Instinct, 5; Natural Selection

and Dysteleology, 361 ; Rudimentary Oigans, 440
Roscoe (Piof. II. E., F.R.S.), Ruthenium in the Chromo-
sphere, 5; Royal Medal to, 53, 91
Rosenbusch (H.), "Microscopic Petrography," 79
Ross (Angus), "Zones of Parallel Lines of Elevation," 3S0
Rosse (Earl of, F.R.S.), Wasps, 161
Rothamsted, Agricultural Investigations at, 317
Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction, 237, 397
Royal Institution, 91, 113, 272, 471
Royal Society, 37, 53, 75, 91, 117, 127, 133, 153, 175, 195, 215,

294, 3'4. 334. 352. 395. 4«4. 433. 454, 5°2> 511. 5'3. 5'4
Rudimentary Organs, 440

"Rumford (Count), Memoir of," by Geo. E. Ellis, 117, 514
Russia, Imperial Geographical Society, 349
Russian Expedition to the Amu Darm, 513
Ruthenium in the Chromosphere, 5

"Sahara and Lapland," by Count G. D'Alviella, 261
St. Andrew's University, 389

Sanitary Science: "What a House should be," by W. Bard-
well, 60

Sanderson (Dr. J. B., F. R.S.)i Electrical Phenomena in the
Leaf of Dionaa muscipula, 75; Bacteria, 421

Sarawak, Denudation of Limestone Hills, 162

Schorlemmer (C, F.R.S.), "Chemistry of the Carbon Com-
pounds," 458

Schmidt (Dr.), Map of the Moon, 272

Schweinfurth (Dr. Georg), "The Heart of Africa," 340

Scientific Societies, Local, 24, 38, 162

Science and Art Department, 192, 43, 312, 372

Science and Industry, 217, 277, 237, 271

Scientific Instruction, Royal Commission on, 53

Scientific Worthies II.—Thomas Henry Huxley, With
Portrait, 257

Sclater (P. L., F.R.S.), Transfer of South Kensington Museum,
41 ; Lectures on Zoological Gardens, and the Geographical
Distribution of Mammalia, 489, 490, 503

Scotland, Southern Uplands of, 22, 57, 81; Change of Climate
in, 72, 156

Scott (A. W., M.A.), Marine Mammalia, 112

Scott (R. II., F.R.S.), Deep-Sea Thermometers, 102; Simul-
taneous Meteorological Observations, 300; Conference lor
Maritime Meteorology, 461

Scottish Meteorological Society, 172

S winey Lectures on Geology, 490

"Sea and its Wonders, The," by Dr. G. Hartwig, 40

Sea-pens, Habits of, 13

Stebbing (T. R.), Flowers 01 Primrose destroyed by Birds,

Sea Temperatures, Observations of, 346

Seals, Protection of, 112

Seals of Alaska, 471

Sea water, Specific Gravity of, 183, 282

Sedgwick (Prof.), Memorial to, 92, 389

Sensation in the Spinal Chord, 83, 101, 121

Sensitive Flames and Reflection of Souud, 223, 241

Setting Sun and Atmospheric Refraction, 20

Settle Cave, Human Bone in the, 14, 70

Shark, Spinous, 42

Sharp (David), "Zoological Nomenclature," 258

Sharpey (Prof.), Civil List Pension granted to, 349

Sheffield, Field Naturalists' Club, 228

Shooting-stars, 123, 142

Siemens (W.), his Induction Tube, 308

Silent Electrical Discharges, 244, 308

Simmonds (P. L.), "Waste Products and Undeveloped Sub-
stances," 101

Sinai, Mount, identified by Dr. Beke, 312

Sirenian Fossil, 13

Skertchley (J. A.), "Natural Philosophy," 61 ; "Dahomey as
it is," 460

Smith (Hermann), Variability of the Node ia Organ-pipes,
301

Smith (Sir Francis Pettit), Obituary Notice of, 312

Smith (Worthington, G., F.L.S.), Potato Disease, 161, 223

Snakes, Indian, 163, 203, 261, 294

Societies, Local, 72, 97, 162

Society of Arts, 53, 71, 151, 190, 293, 370, 451

"Sociology, Study of, " by Herbert Spencer, 477

Somerville (Mary), "Personal Recollections and Correspond-
ence," 417

Sorby (H. C, F.R.S.), Study of Natural History, 228; Astro-
nomical Speculations in Relation to Geology, 338

Sound: its Destruction by Fog, 215; Sensitive Flames, 223,
241 ; Motion and Sensation of, 206; Acoustic Transparency
and Opacity of the Atmosphere, 251, 267

South Kensington Museum, its Administration, I, 41 ; Report
of Science Commission, 397

South Sea Islands, 54

Spalding (D. A.), Prof. Bain's "Relation 01 Mind and Body,"
178

Specific Gravity of Sea-Water, 282

Spectra of Comets, 193

Spectra of Shooting Stars, 142

Spectroscope, Quantitative Analysis of Alloys by the, 135

Spectroscopic Observations of the Sun, by E. Gautier (Geneva),

494
Spectroscopic Science in Italy, 474
Spectrum Analysis, Researches in, by J. N. Lockyer, F.R.S.,

«33
Spencer (Herbert), 402, 420 ; versus Sir I. Newton, 421, 461,
477. 484. 499 J Study of Sociology, 477

Spherical Motion, its Conversion into Plane Motion, 16

Sphygmograph (The), and the Heart, 327, 514; Secondary
Waves in Trace of Pulse beat, 125

Spinal Cord and Sensation, 83, 101

"Spitsbergen, Voyage to," by Capt. J. C. Wells, R.N., 240

Spoeror (Prof.), Faye's Theory of Solar Spots, 254

Sponge, New, in Brighton Aquarium, 113

Spontaneous Generation, 482

Spottiswoode (W., Treas. R.S.), Polarisation of Light, 127, 167,
233. 282, 323, 383, 508

Stalagmitic Deposits, 122, 171

Standards of Weight and Measure, 47, 87

Stars, Shooting, 123

State Aid to Science, I, 26, 37, 53, 91, 92, 97, 103, 114, 23;,
240, 271, 272, 277, 294, 337, 372, 397, 427, 512

Statistical Society, Howard Medal, 293

Statistical Scale, Proposed, 342, 344

Steam-Hammer at Woolwich Arsenal, 145

Stebbing (Thos. R. R.), Barrande and Darwinism, 261

Stevenson (Thos.), Meteorologic Sections of the Atmosphere,
103, 335 ; Earthquake in Argyleshire, 242, 335; Sea Tempe-
ratures, 346

Stewart (Prof. Balfour, LL.D., F.R.S.), " Energy and its Laws,"
198

Stick-fish (Osteocdla), 13

Stingless Honey-bees, 308

Storks, White, in the Zoological Gardens, 229

Storm Warnings, 390, 410

Strachan (R.), Specific Gravity ol Sea-Water, 183

Strange (Col.), Minister for Science, 277

Strickland (Miss Frances), Endowment of Curatorship of Orni-
thological Collection, Cambridge, 312

Stroumpos (M.), Text-Books of Science, 298

Struthers (Prof. J.), Medical Curriculum, 141 ; Diverticulum of
the Small Intestine, 82

Sub-Wealden Exploration, 171, 451

Sun, Spectroscopic Observations, by E. Gautier (Geneva), 494

Sundew, Sensitiveness of its Leaves, 332

Sun-spots, 53, 254, 154, 504

Sweden, Science in, 350

"Swimming, Walking, and Flying," by Dr. J. B. Peltigrew,
F.R.S., 221

Switzerland, Science in, 174

Sydney Museum, 249

Sylvester (Prof), Conversion of Spherical into Plane Motion, 16,

33
Symons (G. J.), Periodicity of Rainfall, 27

Tahiti, Hieroglyphic Inscriptions in, 351

Tait (Lawson), Lecture Experiment, 323

Tait (Prof. P. G., and Prof. P. Kelland, F.R.S.), '« Introduc-
tion to Quarternions," 137; Todhunter on Experimental
Illustrations, 323; Herbert Spencer versus Sir Isaac Newton,
402, 420, 461 ; " Cram," 501

Tate (Ralph, F.G.S.), Murchison Fund presented to, 353

Taylor (Sedley), Galileo's Work in Acoustics, 169

Tegetmeier (W. B., F.Z.S.), "Pheasants for Coverts and
Aviaries," 161

Telegraph, Atmospheric, 64, 83, 105

Telegraphic Engineers, Society of, Address by Sir W. Thom-
son, 269

Telegraphing Extraordinary, 211, 242

Temperature, Cycles, 184; Effect of Currents, 213; Maximum
and Minimum Sea-Temperatures, 346; Deep-Sea, 423

Termites, Recent Researches on, 308

Terrestrial Electricity, Sir W. Thomson on, 269

Terrestrial Magnetism, 201

Thelwall (W. B.), Lakes with two Outfalls, 4S5

Thermometers ; Miller-Casella, 5, 41, 002, 102 ; New, for Deep-
Sea Temperatures, 387

Thomas (Cyrus Ph.D.), "Acrididsc ot North America," 299

Thomson (Prof. James, LL.D.), Gaseous, Liquid, and Solid
States of Water-Substance, 392

Thomson (Prof. Sir W., F.R.S.), Address to Society of Tele-
graphic Engineers, 269; Influence of Geological Changes on
the Earth's Rotation, 345; Kinetic Theory of the Dissipation
of Energy, 441

Thorpe (T. E., Ph.D.), "Quantitative Analysis," 26

Tiddeman (R. H., F.G.S.), Relation of Man to the Ice-sheet,

14

Todas (The) of South India, 99

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