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I. The Library will be open every day in the week (Sunday excepted) from Ten in the morning to Five in the afternoon*, except on New-Year's Day, Good Friday to Easter Monday inclusive, and Christmas week; and it will be closed one month in the year, in order to be thoroughly cleaned, viz., from the first to the last day of September.

II. Every Fellow of the Society is entitled (subject to the exceptions specified below) to borrow as many as four volumes at one time.


1. Dictionaries, Encyclopædias, and other works of reference and cost, MinuteBooks, Manuscripts, Atlases, Books and Illustrations in loose sheets, Drawings, Prints, and unbound Numbers of Periodical Works.

2. New Works before the expiration of a month after reception.

III. The title of every Book, Pamphlet, Map, or Work of any kind lent shall first be entered in the Library register by the Librarian, to whom application must be made by the person who wishes to borrow it.

IV. No work of any kind can be retained longer than one month; but at the expiration of that period, or sooner, the same must be returned free of expense, and may then, upon re-entry, be again borrowed, provided no application shall have been made in the meantime by any other Fellow.

V. In all cases a list of the Books, &c., or other property of the Society, in the possession of any Fellow, shall be sent in to the Secretary on or before the 1st of July in each year.

VI. In every case of loss or damage to any volume, or other property of the Society, the borrower shall make good the same.

VII. Fellows transgressing any of the above regulations will be reported by the Secretary to the Council, who will take such steps as the case may require.

VIII. Visitors to the Society's Library are requested not to replace the books they have been using on the shelves, but to give them to the Librarian to put away.

P. L. SCLATER, Secretary.

*On Saturday the Library is closed at 2 P.M.






Aa (P. J. B. C. Robidé van der). Reizen naar Nederlandsch NieuwGuinea, ondernomen op last der regeering van NederlandschIndie in de Jaren 1871-72, 1875–76.

8vo. 's Gravenhage, 1879. Abbot (John). See Smith (J. E.). Natural History of the Lepidopterous Insects of Georgia.


Abbott (Charles C.). Primitive Industry. 8vo. Salem, 1881. Abel (J. C. A. M.). Die Conchylien in dem Naturalkabinet seiner hochfürstlichen Gnaden des Herrn Fürsten und Bischofs von 12mo. Bregenz, 1787. Abraham (Phineas S.). Notes on some Genera of Nudibranchiate Mollusca, with notices of a new Genus and of some hitherto undescribed Species, in the collection of the British Museum. 8vo. London, 1876.

(Misc. Zool. xxiv. p. 1.)

Abyssinia, Routes in.

8vo. London, 1867.

See Des Murs, Voyage en.

See Ferret et Galinier, Voyage en.

Acerbi (Joseph). Travels through Sweden, Finland, and Lapland, to the North Cape, in the years 1798 and 1799.

2 vols. 4to.

London, 1802.


Series in the Oxford, 1853.

4to. London, 1832.

Acland (Henry W.). Synopsis of the Physiological
Christ-Church Museum.
Adam (Walter). On the Osteological Symmetry of the Camel.

(Misc. Zool. Pamphl. iii. p. 115.)

Adams (Andrew Leith). Wanderings of a Naturalist in India, the Western Himalayas, and Cashmere. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1867.


Adams (Andrew Leith). Notes of a Naturalist in the Nile Valley and Malta: a narrative of exploration and research in connection with the Natural History, Geology, and Archæology of the Lower Nile and Maltese Islands. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1870.

Field and Forest Rambles, with notes and observations on the Natural History of Eastern Canada.

Monograph on the British Fossil

graphical Society.)

8vo. London, 1873.

Elephants. (Palæonto4to. London, 1877-82.

Adams (Arthur). A Manual of Natural History, for the use of Travellers. By A. ADAMS, W. B. BAIKIE, and C. BARRON.

8vo. London, 1854.

8vo. London, 1870.

Travels of a Naturalist in Japan and Manchuria.

See 'Samarang,' Zoology of H.M.S.

Adams (Charles B.). Monograph of Stoastoma, a new genus of new

Operculated Land-shells.

Contributions to Conchology.

4to. Amherst, Mass., 1849.

Svo. New York, 1849–52.

Catalogue of Shells collected at Panama; with notes on their Synonymy, Station, and Geographical Distribution.

8vo. New York, 1852.

8vo. New York, 1852.

Hints on the Geographical Distribution of Animals, with special reference to the Mollusca.

(Misc. Zool. xiv. p. 162.)

See Red River of Louisiana.

Adams (George). Micrographia Illustrata: or the Microscope explained, in several new inventions, particularly of a new variable Microscope for examining all sorts of minute objects; and also of a new Camera Obscura Microscope. . . . Likewise a Natural History of Aerial, Terrestrial, and Aquatic Animals, &c. Fourth edition. 8vo. London, 1771. Adams (George, Jun.). Essays on the Microscope; a General History of Insects; an account of the Hydra and Vorticellæ ; a description of 383 Animalcula; a view of the Organization of Timber and the Configuration of Salts when under the Microscope. Second edition; with additions by FREDERICK KAN4to. London, 1798.


Adams (Henry) and Adams (Arthur). The Genera of Recent Mollusca arranged according to their Organization. 3 vols. Roy. 8vo. London, 1858. Adams (H. G.). Humming Birds, described and illustrated. 8vo. London [1856].

Beautiful Shells: their nature, structure, and uses familiarly explained, with directions for collecting, cleaning, and arranging them in the Cabinet. London, 1856.

Favourite Song-Birds. New edition.


8vo. London, 1881

Adams (H. G.). Our Feathered Families: Game and Water Birds; being an anecdotal and descriptive account of the Feathered Game and Wild Fowl, with their allied species, found in Great Britain. 8vo. London [n. d.].

See Bechstein's Cage Birds.

Adams (Leith). Mental Powers of Birds. 8vo. London, 1873. Adams (Lionel Ernest). The Collector's Manual of British Land and Freshwater Shells. 8vo. London, 1884. Adamson (Charles Murray). Sundry Natural History Scraps, more especially about Birds.

2 vols. 8vo. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1879–81.
8vo. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1881.

Studies of Birds.
Another book of Scraps principally relating to Natural History.
4to. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1882.

Adanson (Michael). Histoire Naturelle du Sénégal (Coquillages).
Avec la Relation abrégée d'un Voyage fait en ce pays, pendant
les années 1749–53.
8vo. Paris, 1757.

A Voyage to Senegal, the Isle of Goree, and the River Gambia. 8vo. London, 1759. Admiralty's Manual of Scientific Enquiry. Originally edited by Sir JOHN F. W. HERSCHEL. Fourth edition, edited by the Rev. ROBERT MAIN. 8vo. London, 1871.

Adolph (E.). Zur Morphologie der Hymenopterenflügel.

4to. Halle, 1883.

(Nova Acta Acad. C. L.-C. Nat. Cur. xlvi. p. 41.)

'Adventure' and 'Beagle.' Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle between the years 1826 and 1836. Examination of the Southern Shores of South America.

Vol. I. By Captain KING.

8vo. London, 1839.

Vol. II. and Appendix. By Captain FITZROY.

Ælianus (Claudius). De Animalium Natura libri xvii. Gr. et Lat.
Petro Gillio et Conrado Gesnero interpretibus.

12mo. Geneva, 1616.

De Natura Animalium. Ed. A. GRONOVIUS.

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Sm. 4to. Tubinga, 1768. Ed. FRIDERICUS JACOBS. 2 vols. 8vo. Jena, 1832.

Agassiz (Alexander). North-American Acalephæ.

4to. Cambridge, Mass., 1865. (Memoirs Mus. Comp. Zool. vol. i.)

Revision of the Echini.

2 vols. 4to. Cambridge, Mass., 1872–74. (Memoirs Mus. Comp. Zool. vol. iii.)

Embryology of the Ctenophora.

4to. Cambridge, Mass., 1874.

Agassiz (Alexander). North-American Starfishes.

4to. Cambridge, Mass., 1877.

(Memoirs Mus. Comp. Zool. vol. v.)

Part I. Embryology of the Starfish.

Part II. On the solid parts of some North-American Starfishes.

Report on the Echini dredged up during the U.S. Coast Survey in the Gulf of Mexico (1877-78), Caribbean Sea (187879), and along the Atlantic Coast of the United States (1880). 4to. Cambridge, Mass., 1883. (Memoirs Mus. Comp. Zool. vol. x.)

The Porpitide and Velellida collected during the Exploration of the Surface Fauna of the Gulf Stream.

4to. Cambridge, Mass., 1883. (Memoirs Mus. Comp. Zool. vol. viii.)

See Challenger:' (Zoology), vol. iii.

Faxon (Walter), and Mark (E. L.). Embryological Mono


4to. Cambridge, Mass., 1883-84.

(Memoirs Mus. Comp. Zool. vol. ix.)

II. Echinoderma: by A. AGASSIZ.

III. Acalephs: by J. W. FEWKES. Polyps: by E. L. MARK.

and Pourtales (L. F. de). Zoological Results of the Hassler Expedition. Echini, Crinoids, and Corals.

4to. Cambridge, Mass., 1874. (Memoirs Mus. Comp. Zool. vol. iv.)

and Whitman (C. O.). The development of Osseous Fishes.I. The Pelagic Stages of Young Fishes.

4to. Cambridge, Mass., 1885.

(Memoirs Mus. Comp. Zool. xiv. no. 1.)

Agassiz (Louis). Recherches sur les Poissons Fossiles.
Text 2 vols., royal 4to. Atlas 5 vols. in 2, oblong folio.

Monographies d'Echinodermes Vivans et

Neuchâtel, 1833-44.


Text 4to. Atlas long folio. Neuchâtel, 1838-42.

Histoire Naturelle des Poissons d'Eau douce de l'Europe Centrale. Embryologie des Salmones par C. Vogt.

Text royal 8vo. Atlas folio. Neuchâtel, 1842. Nomenclator Zoologicus, continens Nomina Systematica Generum Animalium tam Viventium quam Fossilium.

4to. Soloduri, 1842-46.
Monographie des Poissons fossiles du Système Dévonien (Old
Red Sandstone; vieux Grès Rouge) des Iles Britanniques et de
Folio. Neuchatel, 1844.
Nomenclatoris Zoologici, Index Universalis, continens Nomina
Systematica Classium, Ördinum, Familiarum et Generum Ani-
malium omnium, tam Viventium quam Fossilium.

8vo. Soloduri, 1848.

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