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General Statement of Sums which have been paid on Account of Grants

for Scientific Purposes.
£ $. d.

£ s. d. 1834.

Meteorology and Subterranean Tide Discussions .................. ..... 20 0 0 Temperature .........

21 110 Vitrification Experiments......... 9 4 7 1835. Cast-Iron Experiments ......

0 0 Tide Discussions .................. 62 0 0

Railway Constants .........

7 2 British Fossil Ichthyology ...... 105 0 0

Land and Sea Level .........

i 4 £167 0 0 Steam-vessels' Engines...........

0 0 Siars in Histoire Céleste .........

18 6 1836. Stars in Lacaille.

0 0 Tide Discussions .................. 163 0 0

Stars in R.A.S. Catalogue......... 616 6 British Fossil Ichthyology ...... 105 0 0

Animal Secretions...................

10 10 0 'Thermometric Observations, &c. 50 0 0

Steam-engines in Cornwall

50 0 0 Experiments on long-continued

16

Atmospheric Air .................. 1 0 Heat ............................. 17 1 0

Cast and Wrought Iron............ 40 0 Rain-Gauges .........

9 13 0

Heat on Organic Bodies ......... 3 0 0 Refraction Experiments ......... 15 0 0

Gases on Solar Spectrum ........ 22 0 0 Lunar Nutation..

... 60 0 0 Thermometers .....

... 15 6

Hourly Meteorological Observa0

tions, Inverness and Kingussie 497 8 £434 14 0

Fossil Reptiles ..................... 118 2 9

Mining Statistics .................. 1837.

50 0 0 Tide Discussions ........... ....... 284 1

£1595 11 0

0 Chemical Constants ......,

24 13 6 Lunar Nutation..........

70 0 0

1840. Observations on Waves............ 100 12 0 1 Bristol Tides ............

........................ 100 0 0 Tides at Bristol ............

150 00

Subterranean Temperature ...... 13 13 6 Meteorology and Subterranean

Heart Experiments ............... 18 19 0 Temperature .............

89 5 0 Lungs Experiments ............... 8 13 0 Vitrification Experiments ......... 150 0 0 | Tide Discussions ........... . 50 00 Heart Experiments

8 4 6 | Land and Sea Level ............. 6 111 Barometric Observations 30 0 0 Stars (Histoire Céleste)

242 10 0 Barometers 11 18 6 Stars (Lacaille) .....................

4 15 0 £918 14 6 Stars (Catalogue) ......

264 0 0 Atmospheric Air ....

15 15 0 1838.

Water on Iron ................. 10 0 0 Tide Discussions

29 0 0 | Heat on Organic Bodies ......... 7 0 0 British Fossil Fishes ............ 100 0 0 Meteorological Observations ...... 52 17 6 Meteorological Observations and

Foreign Scientific Memoirs ...... 112' i 6 Anemometer (construction) ... 100 0 0 Working Population ........... 100 0 0 Cast Iron (Strength of) ......... 60 0 0 School Statistics..........

50 0 0 Animal and Vegetable Substances

Forms of Vessels ......

184 7 0 (Preservation of) ...............

19 1 10 Chemical and Electrical PhenoRailway Constants ...............

41 12 10 mena ..

................. 400 0 Bristol Tides ........................

50 0 0 Meteorological Observations at Growth of Plants .................. 75 0 0 Plymouth .......

...., 80 0 0 Mud in Rivers .....................

3 6 6 | Magnetical Observations ......... 185 13 9 Education Committee ............ 0 0

£1546 164 Heart Experiments ...............

5 3 0 Land and Sea Level ............... 267 8 7

1841. Subterranean Temperature ...... 8 6 0 Observations on Waves............ 30 0 0 Steam-vessels............... ........ 100 0 0 | Meteorology and Subterranean Meteorological Committee ...... 31 9 5 Temperature ......

8 8 0 Thermometers ..... 16 4 0 Actinometers............

10 0 0 +956 122 | Earthquake Shocks ............... 70 Acrid Poisons...........

6 0 0 1839. Veins and Absorbents ..........

0 0 Fossil Ichthyology.................. 110 0 01 Mud in Rivers ...........

5 0 0 Meteorological Observations at

Marine Zoology..............

15 12 8 Plymouth ............ ... 63 10 0 Skeleton Maps ..........

2006 Mechanism of Waves ............ 144 2 0 Mountain Barometers .......... 6 18 0 Bristol Tides ....

......... 35 18 6 Stars (Histoire Céleste)..........., 185 0 0

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£ 8. a. Stars (Lacaille) ....................... 79 5 0 | Meteorological Observations, Os. Stars (Nomenclature of) ......... 17 19 6 ler's Anemometer at Plymouth 20 00 Stars (Catalogue of) ............

Reduction of Meteorological ObWater on Iron

servations

30 0 0 Meteorological Observations at

Meteorological Instruments and Inverness 0 0 Gratuities

39 60 Meteorological Observations (re

Construction of Anemometer at duction of) ............ 25 0 0 1 Inverness ........................

56 12 2 Fossil Reptiles ............

50 0 0 Magnetic Cooperation ............ 10 8 10 · Foreign Memoirs ..................

Meteorological Recorder for Kew Railway Sections .................

38 1 61 Observatory ..................... 50 00 Forms of Vessels ................... 193 12 0 Action of Gases on Light ........ 18 16 1 Meteorological Observations at

Establishment at Kew ObservaPlymouth ........................

tory, Wages, Repairs, Furni. Magnetical Observations ......... 61 18 81 ture and Sundries ............... 133 4 7 Fishes of the Old Red Sandstone 100 0 0 Experiments by Captive Balloons 81 8 0 Tides at Leith ...................... 50 0 0 Oxidation of the Rails of Railways 20 0 0 Anemometer at Edin ...... 69 1 10 Publication of Report on Fossil Tabulating Observations .........

40 0 0 Races of Men ......................

500 Coloured Drawings of Railway Radiate Animals ... 2 0 0 Sections .........

147 18 3 £1235 10 11 | Registration of Earthquake

Shocks .......... 1842.

Report on Zoological NomenclaDynamometric Instruments ...... 113 112 ture

10 00 Anoplura Britanniæ ................ 52 12 0 Uncovering Lower Red SandTides at Bristol......

59 8 0 stone near Manchester ......... Gases on Light ..................

30 14 7 Vegetative Power of Seeds ...... 5 3 8 Chronometers .................

26 17 6 Marine Testacea (Habits of) ... 10 0 0 Marine Zoology......

5 0

Marine Zoology..................... 10 0 0 British Fossil Mammalia .....

0 0 Marine Zoology..................... 2 14 11 Statistics of Education

20 0 0 Preparation of Report on Britislı Marine Steam-vessels' Engines... 28 0 0

Fossil Mammalia ...............

100 0 0 Stars (Histoire Céleste)............ 59 0

Physiological Operations of MeStars (Brit. Assoc. Cat. of) ...... 110 0 0 1 dicinal Agents ......

2000 Railway Sections ..................

161 10 0 Vital Statistics ... British Belemnites..................

0 0 | Additional Experiments on the Fossil Reptiles (publication of

Forms of Vessels ............... 7000 Report) ...........................

210 0 0 | Additional Experiments on the Forms of Vessels ................... 180 0 0 - forms of Vessels ... ........... 0 0 0 Galvanic Experiments on Rocks 5 8 6 Reduction of Experiments on the Meteorological Experiments at

Forms of Vessels ............... 100

10000 Plymouth ........................

O 0 Morin's Instrument and Constant Constant Indicator and Dynamo.

Indicator

..... 69 14 10 metric Instruments ............

90 0 0

Experiments on the Strength of Force of Wind ..................... 10 0 0 Materials

60 0 0 Light on Growth of Seeds ...... 8 0 0

€1565 10 2 Vital Statistics ........

50 0 0 Vegetative Power of Seeds ...... 8 111

1844. Questions on Human Race ...... 7 9 0 1 Meteorological Observations at

£1449 17 8 Kingussie and Inverness ....... 12 0 0

Completing Observations at Ply1843.

mouth ........................... 35 00 Revision of the Nomenclature of

Magnetic and Meteorological Co-
2 0 0
operation

........ 25 8 4 Reduction of Stars, British Asso

Publication of the British Association Catalogue ............... 25 0 0 ciation Catalogue of Stars...... 35 0 0 Anomalous Tides, Frith of Forth 120 0 0 Observations on Tides on the Hourly Meteorological Observa

East coast of Scotland ......... 100 0 0 tions at Kingussie and Inverness 77 12 8 Revision of the Nomenclature of Meteorological Observations at

Stars .........................1842 2 9 6 Plymouth ........................ 55 0 0 Maintaining the Establishmentin Whewell's Meteorological Ane

Kew Observatory ............... 117 17 3 mometer at Plymouth ......... 10 0 0 Instruments for KewObservatory 56 7 3

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£ $. d. .

£ s. d. Influence of Light on Plants...... 10 0 0 Computation of the Gaussian Subterraneous Temperature in

| Constants for 1829............ 50 0 0 Ireland ............................ 5 0 0 | Maintaining the Establishment at Coloured Drawings of Railway

Kew Observatory ............... 146 16 7 Sections ...........................

15 17 6 Strength of Materials ............ 60 0 0 Investigation of Fossil Fishes of

Researches in Asphyxia .......... 6 16 2 the Lower Tertiary Strata ... 100 0 0 Examination of Fossil Shells...... 10 0 0 Registering the Shocks of Earth

Vitality of Seeds ............ 1844 2 15 10 quakes ......................1842 23 11 10 | Vitality of Seeds...

Vitality of Seeds .............1845 7 12 3 Structure of Fossil Shells ......... 20 0 0 Marine Zoology of Cornwall...... 10 0 0 Radiata and Mollusca of the

Marine Zoology of Britain ....... 10 0 0 Ægean and Red Seas......1842 100 0 0 | Exotic Anoplura ............1844 25 0 0 Geographical Distributions of

Expenses attending Anemometers 11 7 6 Marine Zoology .........1842 10 0 0 Anemometers' Repairs .............

2 3 6 Marine Zoology of Devon and

Atmospheric Waves ...............

3 3 3 Cornwall ......

10 0 0 | Captive Balloons ..........., 1844 8 19 3 Marine Zoology of Corfu ......... 10 0 0 | Varieties of the Human Race Experiments on the Vitality of

1844 763 Seeds.

Statistics of Sickness and MorExperiments on the Vitality of

tality in York ................... Seeds ...... ............1842 8 7 3

€685 16 0 Exotic Anoplura .. Strength of Materials ............. 100 0 0

1847. Completing Experiments on the

Computation of the Gaussian Forms of Ships ................... 0 0 Constants for 1829. ............ 50 0 0 Inquiries into Asphyxia ......... 10 0 0 Habits of Marine Animals ...... 10 0 0 Investigations on the Internal

Physiological Action of Medicines 20 0 0 Constitution of Metals ......... 50 0 0 Marine Zoology of Cornwall...... 10 0 0 Constant Indicator and Morin's

Atmospheric Waves ............... 6 9 3 Instrument ...............1842 10 3 6 | Vitality of Seeds .................. 4 7 7

€981 12 8 Mainta he Establishment at

Kew Observatory ................ 107 8 6 1845.

£208 5 4 Publication of the British Association Catalogue of Stars ......... 351 14 6

1848. Meteorological Observations at

Maintaining the Establishment at Inverness ,....................... 30 18 11

18 11 Kew Observatory .............. 171 15 11 Magnetic and Meteorological Co.

Atmospheric Waves ...

3 10 9 16 16 8 ....................... ration

Vitality of Seeds ............

......

0

9 15 Meteorological Instruments at

Completion of Catalogues of Stars 70 0 0 Edinburgh .........................

9 On Colouring Matters

5 0 0 Reduction of Anemometrical Ob.

On Growth of Plants...............

15 0 0 servations at Plymouth .......... 25 0 0

£275 1 8 Electrical Experiments at Kew Observatory ..................... 43 17 8

1849. Maintaining the Establishment in

Electrical Observations at Kew Kew Observatory ................ 149 150 Observatory .......

50 0 0 For Kreil's Barometrograph...... 25 0 0 Maintaining Establishment at Gases from Iron Furnaces ...... 50 0 0 ditto ...............

76 2 5 The Actinograph .................... 15 0 0 Vitality of Seeds .................. 5 8 1 Microscopic Structure of Shells 20 0 0 On Growth of Plants............... 5 00 Exotic Anoplura .............1843 10 0 0 Registration of Periodical Phe. Vitality of Seeds ............ 1843 2 0 71 nomena ............ ........

10 00 Vitality of Seeds ............1844 7 0 0 Bill on account of Anemometrical Marine Zoology of Cornwall ... 10 0 0 Observations ..........

13 90 Physiological Action of Medicines 20 00

€159 19 6 Statistics of Sickness and Mortality in York ..................

1850. Earthquake Shocks .........1843 15 14 8 Maintaining the Establishment at

£830 9 9 Kew Observatory ............... 255 18 0

Transit of Earthquake Waves ... 50 0 0 1846.

Periodical Phenomena ............ 15 0 0 British Association Catalogue of

Meteorological Instruments, Stars ........................1844 21 15 0 Azores ............

25 00 Fossil Fishes of the London Clay 100 00

£345 18 0

operation

10 00

lida.......

£ s. d.

£ 8. d. 1851.

Strickland's Ornithological SynoMaintaining the Establishment at

nyms .............................. 100 0 0 Kew Observatory (includes part

Dredging and Dredging Forms... 9 13 9 of grant in 1849) ................ 309 2 2 Chemical Action of Light ......... 20 0 0 Theory of Heat ...................... 20 1 1 Strength of Iron Plates ............ 10 0 0 Periodical Phenomena of Animals

| Registration of Periodical Phenoand Plants ........................

5
5
0 0 mena ..............................

10 0 0 Vitality of Seeds ....................

5 6 4 | Propagation of Salmon ............. 10 0 0 Influence of Solar Radiation...... 30 0 0

£734 13 9 Ethnological Inquiries ............ 12 0 0

1857. Researches on Annelida ........... 10 0 0

Maintaining the Establishment at £39197

Kew Observatory ................ 350 0 0 1852.

Earthquake Wave Experiments.. 40 00 Maintaining the Establishment at

Dredging near Belfast ............ 10 0 0 Kew Observatory (including

Dredging on the West Coast of balance of grant for 1850) ... 233 17 8 Scotland...... Experiments on the Conduction

Investigations into the Mollusca of Heat .......... .................. 5 2 9 of California .......

10 0 Influence of Solar Radiations ... 20 0 0 | Experiments on Flax

5 0 0 Geological Map of Ireland ...... 15 0 0 Natural History of Madagascar.. 20 0 0 Researches on the British Anne.

Researches on British Annelida 25 0 0 .....................

10
10

0 0 Report on Natural Products imVitality of Seeds

10 6 2 ported into Liverpool .......... 10 0 0 Strength of Boiler Plates ......... 10 0 0 Artificial Propagation of Salmon 100 0

£304 6 7 Temperature of Mines ............ 7 8 0

Thermometers for Subterranean 1853.

1 Observations .....................

7 Maintaining the Establishment at

4 Life-Boats ............ ....... .5 0 0 Kew Observatory ............... 165 0 0

$507 15 4 Experiments on the Influence of Solar Radiation ................... 15 0 0

1858. Researches on the British Anne

Maintaining the Establishment at lida.................................. 10

10 0 0 0 0 Kew Observatory ............... 500 0 0 Dredging on the East Coast of

Earthquake Wave Experiments.. 25 00 Scotland...........................

... 10
10 0

0

0| Dredging on the West Coast of Ethnological Queries ............ 5 0 0 Scotland ........................ 10 0 0

£205 0 0 | Dredging near Dublin ........... 5 0 0

Vitality of Seeds .................. 1854.

Dredging near Belfast ............ 18 13 2 Maintaining the Establishment at

Report on the British Annelida... Kew Observatory (including

Experiments on the production balance of former grant) ...... 330 15 4 of Heat by Motion in Fluids ... 20 0 0 Investigations on Flax ............ 11 0 0 | Report on the Natural Products Effects of Temperature on

imported into Scotland ......... 10 0 0 Wrought Iron .................. 10 0 0 1

£618 18 2 Registration of Periodical Phenomena ........................... 10 0 0

1859. British Annelida

.................. 10 0 0 | Maintaining the Establishment at Vitality of Seeds .................. 5 2 3 Kew Observatory

ervatory ................ 500 0 0 Conduction of Heat ............... 4 2 0 | Dredging near Dublin ............ 15 0 0

£380 197

Osteology of Birds................... 50 0 0
Irish Tunicata ....................

5 0 0
1855.
Manure Experiments

20 0 0 Maintaining the Establishment at

| British Medusidæ ................... 5 0 0 Kew Observatory ............. 425 0 0 Dredging Committee.......... Earthquake Movements ......... 10 0 0 Steam-vessels' Performance ...... Physical Aspect of the Moon....... 11 8 5 Marine Fauna of South and West Vitality of Seeds ........... 10 7 11 | of Ireland ............... Map of the World.................. 15 0 0 Photographic Chemistry .........

10 00 Ethnological Queries..... ... ..... 5 0 0 Lanarkshire Fossils .....

20 01 Dredging near Belfast ............ 4 0 0 Balloon Ascents.,

39 11 0 £480 16 4

£684 U I 1856.

1860. Maintaining the Establishment at

Maintaining the Establishment Kew Observatory :-

of Kew Observatory.............. 500 0 0 1854...... £ 75 0 01

Dredging near Belfast ............. 16 6 575 00

0 1855......£500 0 0 ]

| Dredging in Dublin Bay........... 15 0 0

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£ s. d. Inquiry into the Performance of

Steanıships' Performance ......... 150 0 0 Steam-vessels ..................... 124 0 0

Thermo-Electric Currents ....... Explorations in the Yellow Sand.

€1293 16 6 stone of Dura Den............... 2000 Chemico-mechanical Analysis of

1863. Rocks and Minerals .............

25 0 0

Maintaining the Establishment

Maintainin Researches on the Growth of

of Kew Observatory............ 600 0 0 Plants..............

ini..........
......
10 0 0

Balloon Committee deficiency... 7000 Researches on the Solubility of

Balloon Ascents (other expenses)

25 00 Salts...................

30 0 0 Entozoa ....... Researches on the Constituents

Coal Fossils ........ of Manures ......................... 25 0 0 Herrings .... Balance of Captive Balloon Ac

Granites of Donegal...... counts......

1 13 6 Prison Diet......

£1241 7 0 Vertical Atmospheric Movements 1861.

Dredging Shetland ............... Maintaining the Establishment

Dredging North-east coast of

Scotland ........
of Kew Observatory ............. 500 0 0
Earthquake Experiments.........

Dredging Northumberland and
25 0 0
Durham.............

17 3 10 Dredging North and East Coasts

Dredging Committee superin.

23 0 0 of Scotland.........................

tendence ............

......... 10 0 0 Dredging Committee:

Steamship Performance ......... 100 0 0 1860 ......* £50 0 0 Balloon Committee ...............

200 0 0 1861 ...... £22 0 0

Carbon under pressure..... ......

10 0 0 Excavations at Dura Den......... 20 0 0

Volcanic Temperature ............ 100 0.0 Solubility of Salts .................. 0 0

Bromide of Ammonium ......... 8 0 0 Steam-vessel Performance .... 150 0 0

Electrical Standards................ 100 0 0 Fossils of Lesmahago ............ 15 0 0

Construction and distribuExplorations at Uriconium ...... 20 0 0

tion .............................. 40 0 0 Chemical Alloys ..................

0 0

Luminous Meteors ............... 17 0 0 Classified Index to the Transac

Kew Additional Buildings for tions ............................... 100

Photoheliograph ................ 100 0 0 Dredging in the Mersey and Dee 5 0 0

Thermo-Electricity ................ 15 0 0 Dip Circle ............................

0 0
Analysis of Rocks

8 0 ............

0 Photoheliographic Observations 50 0 0

Hydroida .........

.. 10 00 Prison Diet ....... .... 20 00

£1608 3 10 Gauging of Water........... Alpine Ascents ..................

6 5 1

1864. Constituents of Manures ......... 25 0 0 Maintaining the Establishment

£101 5 10

of Kew Observatory............. 600 0 0 Coal Fossils ....

........... 20 0 0 1862.

Vertical Atmospheric Move. Maintaining the Establishment

ments.....

............ 20 0 0 of Kew Observatory ............ 500 0 0

Dredging Shetland

75 0 0 Patent Laws .........

21 6 0

Dredging Northumberland ...... 25 0 0 Mollusca of N.-W. America...... 10 00

Balloon Committee ................ 200 Natural History by Mercantile

0 0

Carbon under pressure............ 10 0 0 Marine ........................... 5 0 0

Standards of Electric Resistance 100 0 0 Tidal Observations ................ 25 0 0

10 0 Photoheliometer at Kew .........

Analysis of ROCKS..................

0 40 0 0 Hydroida .......

10 0 0 Photographic Pictures of the Sun 150 0 0

Askham's Gift ..................... Rocks of Donegal .................. 25 0 0

Nitrite of Amyle .................. 10 00 Dredging Durham and North

Nomenclature Committee ...... 0

5 0 0 umberland ........

0 25

Rain-Gauges ............. Connexion of Storms.

Cast-Iron Investigation ......... Dredging North-east Coast of

20 00

Tidal Observations in the Humber 50 0 0 Scotland...........

Spectral Rays .....

45 0 0 Ravages of Teredo ........

Luminous Metcors ..

20 0 0 Standards of Electrical Resistance 50 0 0 Railway Accidents

1289 15 8 Balloon Committee ............... 200 0 0

1863. Dredging Dublin Bay .............

10 0 0

Maintaining the Establishinent Dredging the Mersey ............ 5 0 0 of Kew Observatory............ 600 0 0 Prison Diet ..........

2000 | Balloon Committee ................ 100 00 Ganging of Water .................. 12 10 0 Hydroida ............................ 13 0 0

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