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THE

INTELLECTUAL OBSERVER

REVIEW OF NATURAL HISTORY

MICROSCOPIC RESEARCH

AXD

RECREATIVE SCIENCE
VOLUME XII.

ILLUSTRATED WITH PLATES IN COLOURS AND TINTS, AND NUMEROUS
ENGRAVINGS ON WOOD

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CONTENTS.

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Notes On Stak Streams. By Richard A. Proctor, B.A., F.tt.A.S. With

a Coloured Plate 1

Japan And Its Currency. By Joseph Newton, H.M. Mint 13

Fungi On Tub Plains Of India. By Rev. M. T. Beukelet, M.A., F.L.S.,

Illustrated 18

A Visit To Glen Cloya—Its Geology And Ferns. By Bernard Henry

Woodward 22

Origin Op The Cheddar Cliffs. By D. Mackintosh, F.U.S 30

DcuhTS And Facts Concerning Linkh 36

Curiosities Of Sound i-1

The 1'ottsry Thee Of Paha. By John R. Jackson. With a Plate 49

Mare Yaforum And The Lunar CleftsOccultations. By the Rev.

T. W. Wbbb, A.M., F.R.A.S 52

Physical Geography As A PoruLAH Study 01

Results Of Meteorological Observations Made At Kew Observatory.

By G. M. Whipple G8

Mars During The Late Opposition. By John Browning, F.R.A.S.

With a Coloured Plate 81

The Functions Of The Blood. By C. W. Heaton S6

The Lunar CleftsMaue VafokcmJupiter's Satellites—Occulta-

Tions. By the Rev. T. W. Weed, A.M., F.R.A.S 95

The Food Of The Salmon. By W. Houghton, M.A., F.L.S 104

A Synopsis Op The Recent British Ostracoda. By Georob Stewardson

Brady, M.R.C.S., C.M.Z.S. With Two Plaice 110

An April Climb In The Himalayas. By George C. Bulger 131

Electrical Countries And Their Action On The Weathbii. By M. J.

Fournet 134

Rainbow Phosphorescence 137

The Eruptions At Santorin 142

Jupiter Without Satellites 144

Irritability Op Plants HO

Venus' Flower BasketEuplectella Speciosa. By Henry J. Slack,

F.G.S., Hon. Sec. R,M,S. With a-Coloured Plate 161

Dress According To Statute; By Franois W: Row»ell 167

The Grave-mounds Op Derbyshire And Their Contents. By Llewel-

Lynn Jbwitt, F.S.A:, Ero.i Etc. ISO

The November Shooting Stars. By Richard A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S.

With a Plate ii s„ ............ 190

The Largest Blood Discs KnownSingular Capture Of A Canadian

Reptile, Mbnobranchub Lateralis 199

Man And The Plelstocene Mammals Of Great Britain. By W. Boyd

Dawkins, M.A., F.R.S., Memb. Corresf 201

The Air-Vesicles Of Bladdehworts (tjtricularia). By J. B. Sciinrtzler 207

Gkuithcisen's City In The MoonJupiter's SatellitesOccultations.

By the Ruv. T. W. Webb, A.M., F.R.A.S 214

The Lunar Eclipse Op Sept. 13. By John Browning, F.R.A.S 223

On Colours Seen During The Lunar Eclipse Of Sept. 13. With

Remarks On The Preceding Communication. By Henry J. Slack,

F.G.S., Sec. R.M.S 226

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The Abyssinian Expedition. By Professor D. T. Ansted 227

Barbets And Their Distribution. By P. L. Sclater, M.A., Ph.d.,

F.R.S. With Coloured Plate 241

On The Structure And Manner Of Growth Of The Scales Of Fishes.

By Jonathan Couch, F.L.S., C.M.Z.S., Etc 246

The Grave-mounds Of Derbyshire, And Their Contents. By Llewel-

Lynn Jewitt, F.S.A., Etc., Ktc. With a Plate 254

The Structure Of The Annelids, With A Criticism On Quatrefaoes.

By Edouard Claparede 266

The Lunar Eratosthenes And CopernicusJupiter's Satellites

Occultations, By the Rev. T. W. Webb, A.M., F.R.A.S 273

Characteristics Of Rotifers. By Henry J. Slack, F.G.S., Sec. R.M.S.

With a Plate 281

Standards Of Weights And Measures And Coinage. By Joseph Newton 297

Results Of Meteorological Observations Made At Kew Observatory.

By G. M. Whipple 302

Novel Action Of Light. By Niepce De St. Victor 308

Insects' Egos: Their Structure, Variety, And Beauty. By Jabez

Hogg, F.L.S., Hon. Sec. R.M.S., Etc. With a Coloured Plate 321

Rain. By Richard A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S 331

The Grave Mounds Of Derbyshire And Their Contents. By Llewel-

Lynn Jewitt, F.S.A., Etc., Etc 342

Sir Isaac Newton. With a Facsimile of hit Writing. By Joseph

Newton, H.M. Mint 350

Fur-bearing Foxes. By John Keast Lord, F.Z.S 354

The Structure Of The Annelids, With A Criticism On Quatrefaoes.

By Edouard Claparede. Second Part 365

Lunar DetailsDouble StarsClusters And NebulkTransits Of

Satellites—Occultations. By Rev. T. W. Webb, A.M., F.R.A.S. 370

Termites Or White Ants Of India. By Captain R. C Bevan, C.M.Z.S. 381

The Intellectual Obberver And "the Student." Notice To Our

Readers 401

On The Pre-historic Mammalia Found Associated With Man, In Great

Britain. By W. Boyd Dawkins, M.A., F.R.S., F.G S 403

Electrical Countries. By M. J. Fournet. Second Paper 411

Notes On The Crustacean Fauna Of The English Lakes. By George

Stewardson Brady, M.R.C.S,, C.M.Z.S. With a Plate 416

The Philosophical Instruments In The Parm Exhibition. By C. R.

Weld 425

Lunar SketchesTransits Of Jupiter's Satellites—Occultations. By

The Rev. T. W. Webb, A.M., F.R.A.S 435

Our Fresh-water Planakue. By W. Houghton, M.A., F.L.S. With a

Plate 445

The Ghavb-mqunds Of Derbyshire, And Their Contents. By Llewel-

Lynn Jewitt, F.S.A., Etc 459

Literary Notices 78, 155,317, 384,476

Arch^jologia 148, 233, 310

Progress Of Invention 74, 150, 237, 313, 391, 473

Proceedings Of Learned Societies 395,478

Scientific Meetings 237

Notes And Memoranda 79, 168, 239, 319, 398, 479

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