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Compte-Rendu Annuel, par A. T. Kupffer. An. 1857. St Petersburg, 1858.—Presented by the Russian Administration of Mines.
American Journal of Science and Arts, November 1859, and January 1860.—From the Editors.
L'Institut, December 1859. January and February 1860.—From the Editor.
Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester. (Continued).—From the Society.
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, No. 273.—From the Secretaries.
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia for 1859.—From the Academy.
Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, New Series, vol. iv., part 2.—From the Academy.
Croft's London : What to See, and How to See it.—From the Publisher.
Archaia; a Sketch of the Cosmogony of the Hebrew Scripture, by Principal Dawson, of M'Gill University, Montreal.—From the London Publisher.
The Action and Sounds of the Heart, by DrG. B. Halford.—From the Author.
Des Hennodactes, au point de Vue Botanique et Pharmaceutique, par J. B. Planchon.—From the Author.
Jahrbuch der Kaiserlich Koniglicher Geologischer Keichsanstalt in Wien, Jan.—June 1859.—From the Society.
Ansprache gehalten am Schlusse des Ersten Decenniums der KaiserKonig. Geol. Reichsan. in Wien am 22 Nov. 1S59, von W. Haidinger.— From the Author.
Bibliotheque Universelle, nouv. periode, tom, vii., No. 25.—From the Editor.
Alison, Dr W. P., Biography of, 316
Ammonia, its Primary Use in Vegetable Nutrition, by Major John H. Hall, 334
Anaesthetic Agents, their Effect on Plants, 333
Arabic-speaking Population of the World, 139
Aral, Vegetation of Sea of, 163
Attrapaa Wallichiana, its Mucilage, 335
Aurora of 28th August and 2d September 1859, 90
Balfour, Professor J. H., on the Plant producing the Calabar Ordeal Bean, 332
Specific Gravity of, 264
Bone Cave near Montrose, 308
Botanical Society of Edinburgh, Proceedings of, 141, 333
Breaks for Railway Trains, by W. Fairbairn, 310
Brewster, Sir 1)., on a New Species of Double Refraction, 113
on Nineveh Glass, 121
British Association, Proceedings of, 108, 290
Chloride of Potassium Crystals on the Banana Stem, 335
Claudet, A., on the Focus of Object-Glasses, 114
Coal-Mines of Borneo, by James Motley, 166
Compass in Iron Ships, 110
Cone-in-Cone Structure, 132
Cretinism and Goitre in the Cordillera, 29
Darwin's Origin of Species, Noticed, 280
Davy, Dr John, on the Tadpole; on the Albumen of the Newly-laid Egg; on
Diamond, Graphite, and Charcoal Forms of Carbon, 323
Diaphragm for Double Achromatic Combinations, 115
Dinornis, Egg of, 164
Disguises of Nature, 66
Dynamical Theory of Gases, 122
Egg, Albumen of, 257
Electrical Frequency, 118
Electric Cable, 112
Electricity, Atmospheric, 108
transmitted through Water, 113
Elephant Remains at Ilford, 136
Ferns, Vegetative Axis of, by Dr Ogilvie, 310
Fish, Stomach of, in relation to Digestion, 266
Flints of Amiens, 130
Flora of Aberdeenshire, by Dr Dickie, 307
Form and Colour in Plants and Animals, 66
Gebel Hauran, and Eastern Desert of Syria, described Geographically and
Gneiss, Red Sandstone, and Quartzite, their Relation, 134
Hector's Exploration of British North America, 169
Hogg, John, on Gebel Hauran and the Eastern Desert of Syria, 173
Japan, Botany of, by Professor Asa Gray, 159
Notes on, by Laurence Oliphant, 169
Jardine, Sir Win., on the Progress of Zoology and Botany, 290
Lindsay, J. B., on Transmission of Electricity through Water, 113
Amylene, on Sensitive Plants, 333
Meteorological Register for 1859, kept at Arbroath by Alexander Brown, 343
Milne, Alex. D., on Laws of Heat and Combustion, in Reference to the Use
Moigno, Abbe, on the Phonautograph, 113
Morphology of certain Organs of Plants, by Christopher Dresser, 155
Muir, John, D.C.L., on the Progress of Sanskrit Literature, 242
on the Disguises of Nature, 66
on the Genus Galago, 99
on the Progress of Botanical Science, 141
Nicol, Professor James, on the Geology of Aberdeen and North-East of Scot-
Ogilvie, George, M.D., on the Genetic Cycle in Organic Nature, 1
Organic Nature, Genetic Cycle in, 1
Owen, Professor, on Fossil and Recent Reptilia, 294
Oxides and Salts, Symmetrical Arrangement of, 124
Peruvian Crania, 25
Peruvian Gleanings, 25
Peruvian, Oriental Origin of, 26
Pheasants of Britain, 309
Phonautograph described, 113
Photograph of Fluorescent Substances, 125
Phyioitigma veneno$um, the Calabar Ordea! Bean Plant, 332.
Pinus inrignU, 222
Planetary Orbits, 122
Playfair, Dr Lyon, on a Symmetrical Arrangement of Oxides and Salts on n
on some Numerical Relations between the Specific Gravities of
the Diamond, Graphite, and Charcoal forms of Carbon, and its Atomic
Polyps, their Structure, 164
Post-Pliocene Drift, by Rev. W. Symonds, 339
Refraction, Double, New Species of, 113
Reptilia, Fossil and Recent, 294
Reptilian Remains near Elgin, by Professor Huxley, 134
Rogers, Professor William B., on the Aurora of 28th August and 2d September
Royal Society of Edinburgh, Proceedings of, 312
Rudolph's Botanical Geography, Noticed, 271
Sanskrit Literature, Progress of, 242
Stquoia umpcrvirtnt, 221
Silurians of Lesmahagow, by Mr Page, 133
Skull found at Jerusalem, 164
Societies, Proceedings of, 108, 290
Sounds under Water in Ceylon, 340
Smith, Archibald, M.D., Peruvian Gleanings, 25
Smyth, Professor C. Piazzi, Explanation of Carrington and Hodgson's recently
Species of Plants, Distribution of, by Professor Asa Gray, 157
Stark, Dr, on the Incorrectness of the Present Mode of Estimating Mean
Telegraph, Submarine, lll
Temperature, Mode of Estimating, 228
Tertiary Fossils of India, by W. H. Baily, 135
Thomson, Wm., on Atmospheric Electricity, 108
on Discharge of a Coiled Electric Cable, 112
Towson, John T., an the Compass in Iron Ships, 110
Trap-Rocks of Scotland, Chronology of 132
Tropaeolum majus, Physiological Peculiarity in, by Christopher Dresser, 337
Voelcker, Professor, on the Essential Manuring Constituents of Cultivated
Volcanic Rocks in Italy, by Dr Daubeny, 133
Wellingtonia gigantea, 205
Willich's Popular Tables, Noticed, 107
Wilson, Dr Daniel, on a Fragmentary Skull found in an Ancient Quarry Cave
Professor George, Biography of, 321
Winters in Britain, 122
Wren, Sir Christopher, Cypher of, 119
zoophytes of Caithness, by C. W. Peach, 307
END OF WOLUME ELEVENTH-NEW SERIES.
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