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the variation in thickness of the mid- *Wright (Dr. C. R. A.) on new cotardle Coal-measures of the, 89.
nine derivatives, 70; on the alkaloids *Wilkinson (M. M. U.) on many-valued of the aconites, 71. functions, 30.
| Winsch (E. A.) on the junction of *Willett (W. H.) on the Sub-Wealden granite and old red sandstone at Corrie exploration, 97.
and Glen Sannox, Arran, 98. *Williams (J. E.) on steam-ship resist- ; ance, 233.
Young (Prof. J.), Address by, to the Williamson (Prof. W. C.), recent re- i Geological Section, 72; on the new
searches into the organization of some cases in the Hunterian Museum, 147. of the plants of the Coal-measures, 98; - (J.) on siliceous sponges from the on some of the physiological and mor- i Carboniferous limestone near Glasgow, phological features seen in the plants : 99.
of the Coal-measures, 145. Windings of rivers in alluvial plains, *Zinc, D. Swan on, 69.
experimental illustration of the origin Zoology, Prof. A. Newton's Address to of, by Prof. J. Thomson, 31.
1 the Department of Botany and, 119. *Woman, the oldest in Scotland, Gene- , * Zostera nana from Carnarvonshire, A. ral Sir J. Alexander on, 164.
G. More on, 144.
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