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396-428.

Hardy, James, and T. J. Bold. Catalogue of
the Insects of Northumberland find Durham
[Coleoptera]. Tyneside Nat. F. C. Trans. I.,
18 46_50, pp. 37-94 ; II., 1851-54, pp. 21-97,
164-255, 256-286.

VOL. III.



Hardy, W. A new and most accurate method
of banking the balance of the time-keeper. Til-
loch, Phil. Mag. XXL, 1805, pp. 181-183.

2. A method of rendering all the vibra-
tions of the balance of a time-piece equal.
Nicholson, Journ. XIV., 1806, pp. 387-388.

3. Description of a new permanent Com-
pensation-Balance for a time-keeper. Nichol-
son, Journ. XVI., 1807, pp. 120-125 ; Gilbert,
Annal. LXXV., 1823, pp. 389-392.

4. Construction of a curb affording a com-



pensation for the effects of heat and cold in
time-pieces. Nicholson, Journ. XX., 1808, pp.
138-139.

5. Account of inventions for equalizing the

long and short arcs of vibration in time-keepers.
Nicholson, Journ. XXL, 1808, pp. 51-53.

Hare, , and Skinner. The whole process

of the Silk-worm from the egg to the cocoon.

[1775.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. II., 1786, pp.

347-366.
Hare, C. J. Malformation of the heart. Pathol.

Soc. Trans. IV., 1852-53, pp. 81-85.

2. Case of a boy, 51 years old, born with-
out legs, and each arm about two inches long.
Pathol. Soc. Trans. X., 1858-59, pp. 308-
310.

3. Milk secreted from the axilla. Pathol.



Soc. Trans. XL, 1859-60, pp. 304-305.
Hare, Clark. On the destructive distillation of
the Sulphate of Etherine or heavy Oil of Wine.
Silliman, Journ. XXXVL, 1839, pp. 76-78.

2. Of the reaction of Sulphuric Acid with

the essential Oil of Hemlock. Silliman, Journ.
XXXVIL, 1839, pp. 246-250 ; Sturgeon, Ann.
Electr. IV., 1839-40, pp. 362-365.

3. On the supposed conversion of Carbon

into Silicon. Silliman, Journ. XLIL, 1842, pp.
193-195.

Hare, Clark, and Martin H. Boye. On the
Perchlorate of the Oxide of Ethule or Per-
chloric Ether. [1840.] Amer. Phil. Soc.
Trans. VIIL, 1843, pp. 73-76 ; Erdm. Journ.
Prak. Chem. XXVL, 1842, pp. 129-132; Bibl.
Univ. XL., 1842, pp. 183-185; Silliman, Journ.
XLIL, 1842, pp. 63-66 ; Sturgeon, Ann. Electr.
VIIL, 1842, pp. 406-409.

Hare, N.,jun. Calendar of natural history, kept
at Liskeard in Cornwall from the year 1838 to
1846. Cornwall, Polytechn. Soc. Trans. 1846,
pp. 18-24.

2. Liskeard Ornithology. Cornwall, Poly-
techn. Soc. Trans. 1846, pp. 25-35.

Hare, Robert. Memoir on the supply and appli-
cation of the Blow-pipe. Tilloch, Phil. Maw.
XIV., 1802, pp. 238-245, 298-306 ; Annal. de
Chimie, XLV., 1802, pp. 113-138.



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Hare, Robert. 2. An account of the fusion of
Strontites, and volatilization of Platinum ; and
also of a new arrangement of apparatus. [1803.]
Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. VI., 1809, pp. 99-104.

3. An account and description of a cock

with two perforations, contrived to obviate the
necessity of a vent-peg, in tapping air-tight
casks. Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. VI., 1809, pp.
105-107.

4. A substitute for WOULFE'S, or NOOTH'S

apparatus. Silliman, Journ. I., 1818, pp. 410-
412; Schweigger, Journ. XXVIIL, 1820, pp.
67-71.

5. A new theory of Galvanism, supported



by some experiments and observations made by
means of the Calorimotor, a new galvanic instru-
ment. Silliman, Journ. I., 1818, pp. 413-423;
Tilloch, Phil. Mag. LIV., 1819, pp. 206-215;
Schweigger, Journ. XXVI., 1819, pp. 313;
331 ; Thomson, Ann. Phil. XTV., 1819, pp.
176-184.

> 6. Means of producing light. Silliman,
Journ. II., 1820, p. 172.

7. Strictures on a publication, entitled
CLARK'S " Glass Blowpipe." Silliman, Journ.
II. 1820, pp. 281-302.

8. Account of new Eudiometers. Silliman,
Journ. II., 1820, pp. 312-318.

9. A new process for Nitrous Ether. Sil-
liman, Journ. II., 1820, pp. 326-327.

1O. On the gales experienced in the At-
lantic States of North America. Philad. Journ.
Acad. Nat. Sci. II., 1821, pp. 204-211 ; Silli-
man, Journ. V., 1822, pp. 352-356; Tilloch,
Phil. Mag. LXVII., 1826, pp. 110-114.

11. A memoir on some new modifications
of galvanic apparatus, with observations in sup-
port of his new theory of galvanism. Silliman,
Journ. III., 1821, pp. 105-117; Annal. de
Chimie, XX., 1822, pp. 314-316 ; Tilloch, Phil.
Mag. LVIL, 1821, pp. 284-294; Thomson,
Ann. PhiL I., 1821, pp. 329-340.

12. Chlorine produces heat in the skin.



Silliman, Journ. III., 1821, p. 344.

13. Letter in opposition to the conjecture

that heat may be motion ; and in favour of the
existence of a material cause of calorific repul-
sion. Silliman, Journ. IV., 1822, pp. 142-148 ;
Tilloch, Phil. Mag. LIX., 1822, pp. 104-109.

14. Notice of a galvanic deflagrator. Sil-
liman, Journ. IV., 1822, pp. 201-204.

15. Account of an improved mode of sus-
pending Gasometers. Silliman, Journ. IV.,
1822, pp. 312-314.

16. On the incompatibility of the Defla-



grator and the common Galvanic Batteries, when
used in connexion. Silliman, Journ. V., 1822,
pp. 94-96.



Hare, Robert. 17. On the peculiar and com-
parative effects of the Calorimotor and Deflag-
rator ; with account of an improved Deflagrator,
and experiments therewith. Silliman, Journ.
V., 1822, pp. 97-102, 105-108.

18. On Alkanet as a substitute for Litmus

or Turmeric, &c., also on preparing pure nitrate
of Silver and on nitrate of Ammonia for nitrous
oxide. Silliman, Journ. V., 1822, pp. 348-349.

19. Essay on the question, whether there

be two electrical fluids, according to Du FAYE,
or one according to FRANKLIN. Philad. Journ.
Acad. Nat. Sci. VI., 1823, pp. 98-104 ; Silli-
man, Journ. VII., 1824, pp. 103-108 ; Tilloch,
Phil. Mag. LXII., 1823, pp. 3-7.

20. On the relations existing between the

Deflagrator and Calorimotor, and between those
instruments and the common galvanic or voltaic
batteries. Silliman, Journ. VI., 1823, pp. 337-
341.

21. Description of an Electrical Plate

Machine, the plate mounted horizontally, and
so as to show both negative and positive elec-
tricity. Tilloch, Phil. Mag. LXII., 1823, pp.
8-9; Silliman, Journ. VII., 1824, pp. 108-110.

22. Description of an improved Blowpipe

by alcohol, in which the inflammation is sus-
tained by opposing jets of vapour, without a
lamp ; also, of the means of rendering the flame
of alcohol competent for the purpose of illumi-
nation. Tilloch, Phil. Mag. LXII., 1823, pp.
9-10 ; Silliman, Journ. VII., 1824, pp. 110-
111.

23. A brief account of some electro-mag-
netic and galvanic experiments. Philad. Journ.
Acad. Nat. Sci. VIII., 1824, pp. 142-143;
Tilloch, Phil. Mag. LXIIL, 1824, pp. 367-368.

24. On some improved forms of the Gal-
vanic Deflagrator; on the superiority of its
deflagrating power ; also an account of an im-
proved single leaf Electrometer; of the com-
bustion of Iron by a jet of sulphur, in vapour ;
and of an easy mode of imitating native chaly-
beate waters. Silliman, Journ. VII., 1824, pp.
347-352 ; VIII., 1824, pp. 99-105 ; Tilloch,
Phil. Mag. LXIIL, 1824, pp. 241-246.

25. Kemarks respecting Mr. VANDXEM'S

memoir on a fused product, erroneously identi-
fied with the fused Carbon of Prof. SILLIMAN ;
with some additional facts and observations.
Silliman, Journ. VIII., 1824, pp. 288-292;
Tilloch, Phil. Mag. LXV., 1825, pp. 283-286.

26. An account of some Eudiometers of
an improved construction. Silliman, Journ.
X., 1826, pp. 67-78; Tilloch, Phil. Mag.
LXVII., 1826, pp. 21-30.

27. Strictures upon Prof. VANUXEM'S
Memoir on plumbago, anthracite, fused carbon,
&c. Silliman, Journ. X., 1826, pp. 111-114.



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Hare, Robert. 28. Opinion on Hydrometers.
Silliman, Journ. XL, 1826, pp. 115-119.

29. On specific gravity. Silliman, Journ.

XL, 1826, pp. 121-132.

30. On the application of the Sliding Rod

Measurement in Hydrometry. Tilloch, Phil.

. Mag. LXVIL, 1826, pp. 266-272.

31. Improved eudiometrical apparatus.



Silliman, Journ. XIL, 1827, pp. 36-49 ; Phil.
Mag. IV., 1828, pp. 126-134, 183-186.

32. A method of detecting minute quan-
tities of Opium, in solution. Silliman, Journ.
XIL, 1827, pp. 290-291; Journ. de Pharm.
XIV., 1828, pp. 65-67.

33. Method of preparing denarcotised

Laudanum. Silliman, Journ. XIL, 1827, pp.
291-293 ; Quart. Journ. Sci.IL, 1827, pp. 215-
216.

34. Miscellaneous contributions, descrip-
tive of apparatus and inventions. Silliman,
Journ. XIII.,. 1828, pp. 1-8.

35. Engraving and description of the

Hydro-Pneumatic Cistern, used in the Labo-
ratory of the University of Pennsylvania.
Silliman, Journ. XIV., 1828, pp. 200-203.

36. Some new modifications of apparatus



calculated to facilitate the experimental illus-
tration of [chemical] science. Silliman, Journ.
XIV., 1828, pp. 354-359.

37. On the causes of the inadequate pro-



tection afforded by Lightning Rods, in some
cases, and the means of insuring their perfect
competency : also, a refutation of the prevalent
idea, that metals are peculiarly attractive of elec-
tricity. Silliman, Journ. XIIL, 1828, pp. 322-
326 ; Froriep, Notizen, XXL, 1828, col. 289-
292.

> 38. On the construction and applications

of the improved SHding-Rod Eudiometer and
of the Volumescope. Phil. Mag. VI., 1829, pp.
114-122, 171-181.

39. Chemical instruments and operations.

Silliman, Journ. XV., 1829, pp. 260-285;
XVI., 1829, pp. 293-299.

40. On the Saccharum of the Sweet Po-
tato (Convolvulus battatas). Silliman, Journ.
XV., 1829, pp. 285-286.

41. A modification of the process for as-
certaining the specific gravity of the gases.
Silliman, Journ. XVI., 1829, pp. 293-294.

42. Of the precipitation of Morphia from

Laudanum by Ammonia. Silliman, Journ.
XVL, 1829, pp. 265-266 ; Roy. Inst. Journ.
II., 1831, pp. 198-199.

43. An account of an extraordinary ex-
plosion, arising from the reaction of Nitric
Acid with Phosphorus. Silliman, Journ. XVL,
1829, pp. 366-367; Roy. Inst. Journ. II., 1831,
pp. 184-185.



Hare, Robert. 44. On blasting rocks. Franklin
Inst. Journ. VIIL, 1831, pp. 232-234.

45. On the application of galvanic ignition

in rock blasting. Silliman, Journ. XXL, 1832,
pp. 139-141 ; Franklin Inst. Journ. XIL, 1833,
pp. 221-226.

46. Remarks on the error of supposing

that a communication with the Earth is neces-
sary to the efficacy of Electrical Machines.
Franklin Inst. Journ. XL, 1833, pp. 296-299 ;
Silliman, Journ. XXIV., 1833, pp. 253-256.

47. On the construction of DE Luc's

Columns, as modified by ZAMBONI : and on a
modification of the single leaf Electrometer.
Franklin Inst. Joum. XIL, 1833, pp. 2-5 ;
Silliman, Journ. XXV., 1834, pp. 136-139.

48. Apparatus and processes : 1. Appa-



ratus for evolving Silicon from Fluo-silicic acid
gas. 2. Improved process for the evolution of
Barium. 3. Description of the valve-cock, a
perfectly air-tight substitute for the common
cock. 4. Apparatus for separating carbonic
oxide from carbonic acid by means of Lime-
water. Silliman, Journ. XXIV., 1833, pp.
247-253.

49. On some improvements on BRUNNER'S

process for Potassium, and in the means of pre-
serving that metal. Silliman, Journ. XXIV.,
1833, pp. 312-319.

SO. Bemerkungen iiber eiuige Explosionen,
welche sich auf Americanischen Dampfbooten
ereigneten. {Transit) Dingier, Polytechn.
Journ. LIL, 1834, pp. 81-82.

51. Some remarks on the nomenclature of

the celebrated BERZELIUS, with some sugges-
tions respecting its amendment. Philnd. Coll.
Pharm. Journ. V., 1834, pp. 209-217 ; Silli-
man, Journ. XXVTL, 1835, pp. 61-74; XXXIL,
1837, pp. 259-272.

52. Description of a process and an appa-
ratus for blasting rocks by means of galvanic
ignition. 2. Apparatus for transferring a liquid
from a carboy, or cask, to bottles. 3. Improved
multiplier or galvanometer. Silliman, Journ.
XX VI., 1834, pp. 352-360.

53. Apparatus for freezing water by the
aid of sulphuric acid. Philad. Coll. Pharm.
Journ. VI., 1835, pp. 91-94 ; Silliman, Journ.
XXVIL, 1835, pp. 132-135.

54. Application of nitric oxide gas in
Eudiometry. Philad. Coll. Pharm. Journ. VI.,
1835, pp. 179-182.

55. Apparatus for illustrating a peculiarity
attending the combustion of phosphorus in
nitric oxide gas. Philad. Coll. Pharm. Journ.
VL, 1835, pp. 185-187.

56. Apparatus for obtaining the nitrogen
from atmospheric air. Silliman, Journ. XXVIII.,
1835, pp. 263-264.

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Hare, Robert. 57. Large Volumescope, for the
analysis of atmospheric air, by means of nitric
oxide. Silliman, Journ. XXVIII., 1835, pp.
264-266.



58. On a Calorimotor for igniting gases in

eudiometrical experiments, and gunpowder in
rock-blasting. Brit. Assoc. Eep. 1836 (pt. 2),
p. 45.

59. On the aqueous Sliding-Eod : Hydro-
gen Eudiometer. Brit. Assoc. Rep. ] 836 (pt. 2),
p. 46.

60. An examination of the question,

whether the discordancy between the charac-
teristics of mechanical electricity, and the gal-
vanic or voltaic fluid, can arise from difference
of intensity and quantity ; with some observa-
tions in favour of the existence of an electro-
motive power independently of chemical reaction,
but co-operating therewith. Phil. Mag. IX.,
1836, pp. 212-220.

61. Explosive reaction of hydrogen with
chlorine, under the influence of the solar
rays. Silliman, Journ. XXIX., 1836, pp. 243-
244.



62. Apparatus for the evolution of Cyan-

hydric or Prussic acid. Silliman, Journ. XXIX.,

1836, pp. 244-245.

63. Description of an unusually large Gal-
vanometer and of a powerful Electro-Magnet,
&c. Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. I., 1S36-37, pp.
10-11.

64. Observations on Sulphurous Ether

and Sulphate of Etherine. Aruer. Phil. Soc.
Trans. V., 1837, pp. 347-354 ; Phil. Mag. XII.,
1838, pp. 474-480; Silliman, Journ. XXXL,

1837, pp. 275-281 ; Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. II.,

1838, pp. 103-109, 161-165.

65. On the reaction of the essential oils

with sulphurous acid, as evolved in union with
Ether in the process of etherification. Amer.
Phil. Soc. Trans. V., 1837, pp. 355-359 ; Bibl.
Univ. X., 1S37, pp. 185-186; Phil. Mag. XIIL,
1838, pp. 28-32; Silliman, Journ. XXXL,
1837, pp. 281-285.

66. Of Sassarubrin, a resin evolved by

sulphuric acid from oil of Sassafras, which is
remarkable for its efficacy in reddening that
acid in its concentrated state. Amer. Phil. Soc.
Trans. V., 1837, pp. 360-362; SiUiman, Journ.
XXXL, 1837, pp. 285-288; Sturgeon, Ann.
Electr. II., 1838, pp. 165-166.

67. Process for Nitric Ether, or Sweet

Spirits of Nitre, by means of an approved appa-
ratus. Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. V., 1837, pp.
363-364 ; Silliman, Journ. XXXIIL, 1838, pp.
241-242.



Hare, Robert. 68. Description of an Electrical
Machine, with a plate four feet in diameter, so
constructed as to be above the operator; also of
a Battery Discharger employed therewith; and
some observations on the causes of the diversity
in the length of the spai'ks, erroneously dis-
tinguished by the terms positive and negative.
Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. V., 1837, pp. 365-
374; Silliman, Journ. XXXIL, 1837, pp. 272-
280.

69. On the causes of the Tornado or

Water-spout. Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. V., 1837,
pp. 375-384 ; Bibl. Univ. XL, 1837, pp. 156-
159 ; Froriep, Notizen, IV., 1838, col. 257-259;
Quetelet, Corresp. Math. X., 1838, pp. 110-113;
Silliman, Journ. XXXIL, 1837, pp. 153-161;
Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. II., 1838, pp. 195-203 ;
IV., 1839-40, pp. 393-396.

70. Description of an Air-pump of a new

construction, which acts either as an air-pump
or a condenser, or as both, enabling the operator
to exhaust, to condense, to transfer a gas from
one cavity to another, or to pass it through a
liquid. Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. V., 1837, pp.
385-388 ; Silliman, Journ. XXXIIL, 1838, pp.
237-240.

71. Of an improved barometer gage Eu-
diometer. Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. V., 1837,
pp. 389-394; Silliman, Journ. XXXIL, 1837,
pp. 280-285.

72. On the cause of the collapse of a reser-
voir while apparently subjected within to great
pressure from a head of water. Amer. Phil.
Soc. Trans. V., 1837, pp. 395-398 ; Silliman,
Journ. XXXIIL, 1838, pp. 242-244.

73. Sundry improvements in apparatus

or manipulation. Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. V.,

1837, pp. 399-406 ; Silliman, Journ. XXXIIL,

1838, pp. 244-249.

74. Synthesis of Ammonia by means of

Nitric Oxide and Hydrogen. Franklin Inst.
Journ. XIX., 1837, pp. 467-468.

75. Engraving and description of voltaic

series, combining the advantages of the trough
of CRUICKSHANK with those of the Deflagrator.
Silliman, Journ. XXXIL, 1837, pp. 285-291.

76. Apparatus for the combustion of Phos-
phorus in nitrous oxide gas. Silliman, Journ.
XXXIL, 1837, pp. 290-291.

77. Criticisms and suggestions respecting

nomenclature. American Journ. Pharm. III.,
1838, pp. 1-16.

78. Rapid congelation of Water by means



of Hydric Ether and concentrated Sulphuric
Acid, &c. Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. II., 1838,
pp. 400-401.

79. Process for Ink devoid of free Acid.
Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. III., 1838-39, p. 84.



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Hare, Robert. 80. Account of a Tornado, which,
towards the end of August 1838, passed over the
suburbs of the city of Providence, in the State
of Rhode Island, and afterwards over a part of
the village of Somerset. [1838.] Amer. Phil.
Soc. Trans. VI., 1839, pp. 297-302.

81. Engraving and description of an appa-
ratus for the decomposition and recomposition
of Water, employed in the Laboratory of the
Medical Department of the University of Penn-
sylvania. [1838.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. VI.,

1839, pp. 339-340; Silliman, Journ. XXXVIII.,

1840, pp. 336-337.

82. Improved process

tassium. [1838.] Amer.
VI., 1839, pp. 341-342:



for obtaining Po-
Phil. Soc. Trans.
Silliman, Journ.



XXXVIII., 1840, p. 338.

83. Engraving and description of a Rota-
tory Multiplier, or one in which one or more
needles are made to revolve by a galvanic cur-
rent. [1838.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. VI.,

1839, pp. 343-346 ; Silliman, Journ. XXXVIII.,

1840, pp. 339-340.

84. Apparatus intended to show that if



heat be motion, the capacity of Mercury should
be greater than that of Water. Franklin Inst.
Journ. XXIIL, 1839, pp. 147-148.

85. Sur uu nouvel ether extraordinaire-
ment volatil, produit par la reaction de 1'alcool
sur un acide et sur un hyponitrite de potasse ou
de soude. Journ. de Pharm. XXV., 1839, pp.
397-399.

86. Sur plusieurs composes gazeux
formes par les elements de 1'eau. Journ. de
Pharm. XXV., 1839, pp. 400-401.

87. Notice respecting the fusion of Pla-
tina ; also respecting a new ether, and a series
of gaseous compounds formed with the elements
of water. Silliman, Journ. XXXV., 1839, pp.
328-331 ; Bibl. Univ. XIII., 1838, p. 200 ;
Erdm. Journ. Prak. Chem. XIX., 1840, pp.
180-183; Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. IV., 1839-40,
pp. 70-73.

88. Brief notice of the extrication of



barium, strontium, and calcium by exposure of
their chlorides to a powerful voltaic circuit in
contact with mercury as a " cathode ;" and the
distillation of the resulting amalgams by means
of vessels of iron. Silliman, Journ. XXXVII.,
1839, pp. 267-268 ; XL,, 1841, pp. 293-303 ;
Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1839 (pt. 2), p. 36 ; Sturgeon,
Ann. Electr. IV., 1839-40, pp. 356-357.
89. Process for a fulminating powder
for the evolution of calcium and galvanic igni-
tion of gunpowder. Silliman, Journ. XXX.VIL,
1839, pp. 268-270; Bibl. Univ. XXIX., 1840,
pp. 181-183 ; Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. IV., 1839-
40, p. 358.



Hare, Robert. 90. An account of a remarkable
Tornado which occurred towards the last of
June, at Chatenay, near Paris. Sturgeon, Ann.
Electr. IV., 1839-40, pp. 397-401.

91. Theory of the formation of Tornadoes.

Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc. I., 1840, pp. 122-126.

92. Obsei-vations on the effect of the rare-
faction of air. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc. I., 1840,
pp. 237-242 ; Franklin Inst. Journ. XXV.,
1840, p. 419.

93. A letter to Prof. TARADAY, on cer-
tain theoretical opinions. Silliman, Journ.
XXXVIII., 1840, pp. 1-11; Phil. Mag. XVII.,
1840, pp. 44-65 ; Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. V.,
1840, pp. 20-30.

94. Notices of Tornadoes, &c. Silliman,



Journ. XXXVIII., 1840, pp. 73-86.

95. On the congelation of water by the

evaporation of Ether. Sturgeon, Ann. Electr.
V., 1840, pp. 151-155.

96. On the extrication of the alkalifiable

metals, Barium, Strontium, Calcium. [1839.]
Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. VIL, 1841, pp. 31-42.

97. Description of an apparatus for de-
flagrating carburets, phosphurets, or cyanides
in vacuo or in an atmosphere of Hydrogen, with
an account of some results obtained by these
and other means ; especially the isolation of
Calcium. [1839.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans.
VIL, 1841, pp. 53-58 ; Silliman, Journ. XL.,
1841, pp. 303-308.

98. Engraving and description of an ap-
paratus, and process, for the rapid congelation
of water, by the explosive evolution of ethereal
vapour, consequent to the combined influence of
rarefaction and the absorbing power of sulphuric
acid. [1840.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. VIL,
1841, pp. 215-216.

99. On the change effected in the nitrates

of Potash and Soda by the limited application
of heat, with the view of obtaining pure oxygen,
by which they are only partially converted into
Hypo-nitrites ; also on a liquid and a gaseous
ethereal compound, resulting from the reaction
of nascent hypo-nitrous acid with the elements
of alcohol. [1840.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans.
VIL, 1841, pp. 277-282.

100. Observations sur Tether sulfureux et



le sulfate d'etherine (veritable ether sulfurique).
Journ. de Pharm. XXVIL, 1841, pp. 133-138.

101. On the theory of storms, with refer-
ence to the views of Mr. REDFIELD. Phil. Mag.
XIX., 1841, pp. 423-432.

102. Observations on the effect of the

rarefaction of air, on its desiccation and refri-
geration, and on other phenomena connected
with the presence of aqueous vapor in the at-
mosphere. Silliman, Jourii. XL., 1841, pp.
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Hare, Robert. 103. Second Letter to Prof.
FARADAY (" Theory of induction"). Phil. Mag.
XVIII., 1841, pp. 465-477 ; Silliman, Journ.
XLL, 1841, pp. 1-14 ; Sturgeon, Ann. Electr.
VII., 1841, pp. 351-362.

104. Objections to Mr. REDFIELD'S theory

of storms, with some strictures upon his reason-
ing. Silliman, Journ. XLIL, 1842, pp. 140-
147 ; XLIII., 1842, pp. 122-140 ; Froriep, No-
tizen, XXL, 1842, col. 97-104, 115-119; Phil.
Mag. XXIIL, 1843, pp. 92-106.

1O5. A letter to Wm. WHEWELL, Prof, of



Moral Philosophy in the University of Cam-
bridge, England, in reply to certain allegations
and arguments advanced in a pamphlet entitled
"A demonstration that all matter is heavy."
Silliman, Journ. XLIL, 1842, pp. 260-273.

1O6. An effort to refute the arguments

advanced in favour of the existence, in the am-
phide salts, of radicals consisting, like cyanogen,
of more than one element. Chemist, IV., 1843,
pp. 437-441, 488-493, 533-538 ; Silliman,
Journ. XLV., 1843, pp. 52-65, 247-261.

107. On the electrolysis of salts. Phil.

Mag. XXII., 1843, pp. 461-467.

108. Strictures on Prof. DOVE'S Essay
" On the Law of Storms." Silliman, Journ.
XLIV., 1843, pp. 137-146 ; Phil. Mag. XXV.,
1844, pp. 94-102.

109. Cause of the persistence of clouds

between certain elevated levels. Amer. Phil.
Soc. Proc. II., 1844, pp. 187-190.

110. On a recent speculation by FARADAY



on electric conduction and the nature of matter.
Phil. Mag. XXVI., 1845, pp. 602-607; Chemist,
VL, 1845, pp. 194-197.

111. A letter to BERZELIUS on Chemical
Nomenclature. Silliman, Journ. XLLX., 1845,
pp. 249-257.

112. An attempt to refute the reasoning
of LIEBIG in favour of the salt radical theory.
Silliman, Journ. I., 1846, pp. 82-86, 377-386 ;
Chemist, VII., 1846, pp. 259-263 ; Revue Sci-
entifique, XHL, 1847, pp. 416-423.

113. Fusion of Iridium and Rhodium.
Silliman, Journ. II., 1846, pp. 365-369 ; Revue
Scientifique, XI., 1846, pp. 223-228.

114. On improvements in the hydro-
oxygen blow-pipe for the fusion of Platinum.
Phil. Mag. XXXI., 1847, pp. 356-366.

115. On certain improvements in the con-
struction and supply of the Hydro-oxygen Blow-
pipe, by which Rhodium, Iridium, or the Os-
miuret of Iridium, also Platinum in the large
way, have been fused. Franklin Inst. Journ.
XIII., 1847, pp. 196-206 ; SiUiman, Journ. IV.,
1847, pp. 37-45.



Hare, Robert. 116. Apparatus for the fusion of
Iridium or Rhodium, or masses of Platinum less
than five ounces in weight. Franklin Inst.
Journ. XIV., 1847, pp. 128-130.

117. On free electricity. Silliman, Journ.

III., 1847, pp. 334-336.

118. Definitions and discriminations re-
specting matter, void space, and nihility. Amer.
Assoc. Proc. 1848, pp. 76-78.

119. Objections to the theories severally

of FKANKLIN, DUFAY, and AMPERE, with an
effort to explain electrical phenomena, by stati-



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