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R. CLAY, SONS, AND TAYLOR, PRINTERS,

BREAD STREET HILL, E.C.

INDEX

ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY, Duncan's Herbarium presented to, 252 | Animal Life, Natural Conditions and, Prof. E. Ray Lankester,
Aberdeenshire Agricultural Association, 576

I F.R.S., 405
Aberration of Instinct, Geo. J. Romanes, F.R.S., 433 ; Rev. Animals, Mind in, Geo. J. Romanes, F.R.S., 501
T. H. Waller, 484

Animal Development, Albert Kölliker, 480
Acetous Fermentation, A. Herzen on, 86

Annalen der Physik und Chemie, 71, 187, 306, 449, 474, 545
Ackroyd (Wm.), Lecture Representation of the Aurora Borealis, Antarctic Expedition, the Italian, 87
458

Anthropology : Anthropological Institute, 96, 162, 212, 331,
Acoustical Constant, Note on an, W. J. Grey and J. T. Dunn, 403, 450, 475, 499, 571, 620 ; Presentation of Drawings to,
146

by Mr. B. H. Hodgson, F.R.S., 107 ; Prehistoric Anthropology
Acoustics in China, John Fryer and Dr. W. H. Stone, 448 of the Crimea, M. Merijkovsky on, 63, 107; the Washington
Actinia, Crabs and, Col. H. Stuart-Wortley, 529

Society of Anthropology, 84
Adams (Prof. W. Grylls, F.R.S.), Scientific Principles involved | Ants, Bees, and Wasps, Observations on, Sir J. Lubbock, Bart.,
in Electric Lighting, 580, 605

F.R.S., 255
Aëronautical Society's Annual Report, 20

Apprenticeship Schools in Paris, 321
Aeronautics in Russia, 298

Appulse, near, of Jupiter to a Fixed Star, 158; J. Birmingham,
Afghan Campaign, Geographical Results of, Capt. T. H. 1 170
Holdich, 159

| Archæopteryx macrura, 276
Africa : Dr. Holub's Proposed Journey across, 22; Rev. T. J. Archibald (E. Douglas), Average Height of Barometer in London,

Comber's New Map of, 22; Keith Johnston and J. Thomson's 243; Abnormal Variations of Barometric Pressure in the
Expedition, 38; Notes on the Geology of East Central, Tropics, and their Relations to Sun-Spots, Rainfall, and
Joseph Thomson, 102; J. Thomson's Report on the East Famines, 399 ; Abnormal Barometric Gradient between
African Expedition, 134; Geology of East Central, and the London and St. Petersburg in the Sun-Spot Cycle, 618
Subterranean Forest in Bombay, W. T. Blanford, 145; Pro- | Architects, Naval, 568
gress of Exploration in, 160 ; Exploration of the Ogowé and Archives des Sciences Physiques et Naturelles, 71, 235, 283,
Congo, 323; Mitchinson's “Expiring Continent,” 399 ; Birds 425, 594

of, 467; E. G. Ravenstein's Map of Eastern Africa, 518 Arctic Exploration, Commander Cheyne's Scheme, 134
Agram, the Earthquakes at, 63, 83, 106, 156, 182, 253, 297, Arlberg Tunnel, 321
419, 439, 492, 516, 530

Armstrong (Prof. Henry E.), Chemistry of the Future, Sir B. C.
Agricultural Chemistry of Japan, Contributions to," 456

Brodie, Bart., F.R.Ś., 141
Agricultural Association, Aberdeenshire, 576

Artificially Digested Food, on the Digestive Ferments, and on
Agricultural Communism in Greece, W. Mattieu Williams, 579 the Preparation of, Dr. Wm. Roberts, 169
" Aide-Mémoire du Voyageur," D. Kaltbrunner, 217

Aryan Village, An, Edward B. Tylor, F.R.S., 525
Air, Analysis of the, at Montsouris, by M. Davy, 63

Asparagine, the Function of, 277
Aitken (John), Dust, Fogs, and Clouds, 195, 204, 311, 384 Astronomy : Astronomical Column, 21, 43, 65, 85, 114, 158,
Albatross, Notes on the Mode of Flight of the, Arthur W. 182, 206, 254, 276, 298, 321, 371, 396, 441, 493, 517, 542,
Bateman, 125; Howard Sargent, 362

591; Astronomische Nachrichten, 372 ; Urania, 383; Ancient
Alcoholic Liquids, Freezing Points of, M. Raout on, 85

Astronomy, 493
Algæ, 359; of the Gulf of Finland, 494

“Atlas of Physiological Botany," Dr. Dodel-Port's, 157
Algiers : Observatory, M, Tripier appointed Director of, 107; | Atmospheric Pressure of the British Islands, 470

French Association for the Advancement of Science at, 319, Atomic Theory," Ad. Wurtz, Translated by E. Cleminshaw, 5
491, 515, 541; G. F. Rodwell, 582, 606

Atons, Prof. Dewar on, at the Royal Institution, 181
Algol in 1885, Minima of, 255, 517

Atti della R. Accademia dei Lincei, 235, 474, 594
Alkali and Sulphuric Acid, Prof. Lunge, Prof. H. E. Roscoe, Attwood's (Geo.) “Practical Blowpipe Assaying," Dr. C. Le
F.R.S., 73, 99, 215

Neve Foster, 191
Allen (1. A), North American Pinnipeds, 261

Aurora : Display of, 42; Height of the, H. T. H. Groneman,
Allman (Dr. Geo. J., F.R.S.), Hailstorm in Dorsetshire, 146 56; Aurora of November 3, J. Rand Capron, 76; Aurora
Almeida (Prof. J. Charles d'), Death of, 63 ; Obituary Notice of, observed at Ovoca, Co, Wicklow, November 3, G. H. Kinahan,
106

100; the August Auroras, W. Stanley Jevons, F.R.S.,
Alpine Flowers, Francis Darwin, 333

148 ; Bottomley's Experiments with Vacuum Tubes and the,
Alston (Edward Richard), Obituary Notice of, 485

Prof. Silvanus P. Thompson, 289; Observations of Aurora
Anber, the Collecting of, 298

Borealis, 84; Lecture Representation of the Aurora Borealis,
American Naturalist, 161, 282, 378, 449, 499

Wm. Ackroyd, 458; Aurora of January 31, Prof. Osmond
American Indian Languages, A. H. Keane, 503

Fisher, John Harmer, R. W. Taylor, G. W. Prevost, 329 ;
American Entomologist, 321

Aurora and Electric Storm of January 31, W. H. Preece,
American Journal of Science, 402

George M. Seabrooke, G. M. Whipple, Rev. S. J. Perry,
Anabæna Living in Botrydium, 158

F.R.S., J. Rand Capron, E. J. Lowe, G. Henry Kinahan,
Ancient Stone Implements, Módera Use of, D, Budde, 218 Gerard A. Kinahin, °F. Horner, W. J. Spratling, D. Traill,
Ancient Monuments, Sir John Lubbock's Motion on, 467

348 ; Aurora of January 31, Position of Auroral Rays, T. W.
Ancient Astronomy, 493

Backhouse, 410; Tacitus on Aurora, 459, 484 ; Sound of the
Anemone, Sir John Dalzell's, 495

Aurora, E. Alloway Paukhurst, J. Shaw, 484; George F.
Animal Reasyning, 219

Burder, 529 ; M. L. Rouse, 556; Dr. John Rae, F.R.S.,

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