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I. The Presi lent's Address
Paxton Young, M. A. ....
By E. J. CHAPMAN
lished in the Canadian Journal for November, 1858.
liminary and General Report on the Assiniboiue and Saskatchewan
.... 195 3. Outlines of Natural Theology. By James Bovell, M.D., Professor of Natural Theology in Trinity College, Toronto
A Course of Practical Chemistry. By Henry Croft, F.C.S., &c. .... 203 SCIENTIFIC AND LITERARY NOTES : Geology and Mineralogy .....
204 Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and Astronomy
209 CANADIAN INSTITUTE: Ordinary Meetings
215 Annual Report of the Council for 1859..
218 ERRATA occuring in Part I. of the Paper “On the Resolution of Equations” 237 METEOROLOGY : Mean Meteorological Results at Toronto, for the year 1859
138 General Meteorological gister for the year 1859... December Meteorological Table for Toronto..
249 Remarks on
243 January Meteorological Table for Toronto Remarks on
245 December Meteorological Table for St. Martin, Isle Jésus
247 Remarks on Meteorological Tables for St. Martin, Isle Jésus
248 Mean Results of Meteorological Observations at Hamilton, for 1859 .. 218
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