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BAERENS ( ).

1. Lentis crystallines Monographia physiologico-pathologica. Tub.
1819, 4-.

BAERIUS (Nic.).

1. Arctophonia, h.e. Ursi laus et fraus, virtus et virus, rythmis La-
tino^germanicis 160 strophis modulata. 4. Bohm. Bibl. II. 1,
p. 331.

2. Phalainodia et Crocodilophonia. Wallfisch u. Crocodillgedichte
aus heil. Schrift u. Weltgeschichte. Brem. 1702, 4. Bohm.
Bibl. II. 1, p. 485.

3. Korakophonia, h. e. Corvi laus et vituperium, virtus et vitium,
versibus 672 rythmiticis leoninis et 78 stroph. Germ. Bremae,
1700, 4. J5oAm. Bibl. II. 1, p. 556.

4. Ornithophonia, sive Harmonia melicarium avium. 4. 1695.

BAGARD (Ch.).

1. Diss. sur la cause physique des Tremblemens de terre, et les epi-
demics qu'ils occasionnent. Par. 1763, 4. Biogr. un. III. p. 210.

BAGET (J.).

1. Osteologie ; premier Traite dans lequel on considere chaque Os
par rapport aux parties qui le composent, aux cavites qui s'y
trouvent, et a ses jonctions avec les autres Os. 12. Paris, 1731.
Cat. R. Soc. L.

BAGGE (H.).

1. Diss. inaug. de evolutione Strongyli auricularis et Ascaridis acu-
minatae Viviparorum. Erlang. 1841, 4. fig.

BAGGESEN ( ).

1. Hebung Danemarks. L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1843, p. 107.
BAGLIVI (G.).

1. Opera omnia med.-practica et anatomica. 4. Lyon, 1704, 1710,
1715, 1745; Paris, 1711; Anvers, 1715; Bale, 1737; Venise,
1754, etc. 1788, 2 v. 8. e~d. de Pinel. 1827 et 1828, 2 vols.
8 pi. ed. C. G. Ku/m.Viogr. un. III. p. 216.

2. De circulatione sanguinis in Testudine experimenta, cum ejus
animalis cordis anatome. 1700. Dum. et Bib. I. p. 437.

3. De Praxi medica ad priscam observandi rationem revocanda libri
duo. Accedunt dissertationes novse, de Anatome, nior.su et effec-



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tibus Tarantulas, ubi obiter de Ovis Ostrearum detectis, de natura
Lapidis serpentini, vulgo Cobra de Capelo. Romas, 1696, 8. fig.
Act. Erudit. XVII. p. 33.

4. Specimen quatuor librorum de Fibra motrice et morbosa, cui an-
nexae sunt quatuor Dissertationes. Romae, 1702; Ultrajecti,
1703 ; Basilese, 1703, 8. fig. 19. Act. Erudit. XXII. p. 330.

5. De Vegetatione Lapidum. 1703 Opera, ed. 1710, p. 497.

BARRING (D. Eb.).

1. Beschreibung der Saala. Lemgo, 1744. Bohm. Bibl. I. 1,
p. 596.

BAIER (Chr. W.)-

1. De generatione Insectorum in Corpore humano. Altd. 1740, 4.
fig. Bohm. Bibl. II. 2, p. 380.

BAIER (F. Jac.).

1. Epistola itineraria ad Trew (recensens memorabilia in Franconia
observata). Norib. 1765, 4. fig. Act. Nat. Cur. IV. App. p. 1.

(German, a Kriinitz) N. Hamb. Mag. LVIII. p. 313 Bohm.

Bibl. I. 1, p. 587.

BAIER (J. J.).

1. Monumenta Rerum petrificatarum prsecipua, Oryctographise No-
ricae Supplement! loco jungenda, edita per filiurn F. J. Baierum.
Norib. 1757, fol. fig.Bo'hm. Bibl. IV. 1, p. 124.

2. Epistolae ad Viros erudites, eorumque Responsiones, Historian!
litterariam et Physicam specialem explanantes, cur. filio F. Jac.
Baiero. Francof, et Lips. 1760, 4. fig. Bohm. Bibl. I. 1, p. 99.

3. Sciagraphia Musei sui ; ace. Supplementa OryctographiaB Noricas.
Norib. 1730, 4. fig. Bohm. Bibl. I, 1, p. 390.

4. Oryctographia Norica, sive Rerum fossilium et ad regnum mi-
nerale pertinentium, in territorio Norimbergensi ej usque vicinia"
observatarum succincta descriptio ; supplements A. 1780 editis.
Norimb. 1708, 4. fig. Mod. Bibl. Helm. Bohm. Bibl. IV.
p. 123. Cum Supplements, Nor. 1758, fol. fig.

5. De Ephemeri Vita. (Adagium medicirialium Centuria, p. 54.
Tref. et Leipz. .1718, 4.) Bibl. Entom. I. p. 13.

BAIER (J.W.).

1. Specimen Physicas conciliatricis variarum de Origine Fontium
Sententiarum. Altd. 1719, 4. Bohm. Bibl. V. p. 65.

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2. Diss. de Fontibus annonae difficultatem portendentibus, vulgo
, Hungerbrunnen. Altd. 1709, W.Bohm. Bibl. V. p. 68.

3. Diss. de Aquila et Musca ferrea. Altd. 1707, W.Bohm. Bibl.
II. 1, p. 552.

4. Fossilia Diluvii universalis Monumenta. Altd. 1712, 4. BoJtm.
Bibl. IV. 2, p. 234-.

5. Diss. de Behemoth et Leviathan, i. e. Elephante et Balsena.
Altd. 1708, t.Bohm. Bibl. II. 1, p. 78.

6. Diss. de Sensu Brutorum. 4. Bohm. Bibl. II. 1, p. 102.

BAILEY (J. W.).

1. On the existence of Siliceous Spiculse in the exterior Rays of
Actiniae. Ann. and Mag. N. Hist. XII. p. 38. Proc. Bost. Soc.
N. H. 1842, p. 77.

2. A Sketch of the Infusoria of the family Bacillaria, with some
account of the most interesting species which have been found in
a recent or fossil state in the United States. Sill. Am. J. XLI.
p. 284 ; XLII. p. 88 ; XLIII. p. 321.

3. On spirally-dotted or scalariform Ducts in Anthracite of Penn-
sylvania. SilHm. Journ. ser. 2, I. p. 407. Journ. Geol. Soc. II.
pt. 2, p. 94.

4. Account of an Excursion to Mount Katahdin, in Maine. Amer.
J. XXXII. 1, p. 20.

5. Fossil Foraminifera in the Greensand of New Jersey. Sill. Am. J.
. XLI. p. 2 13.

6.' American Polythalamia from the Upper Mississippi and from the
Cretaceous formation on the Upper Mississippi. Sill. Am. Journ.
XLI. p. 400.

7. On some Infusorial Deposits in America. Ann. and Mag. N.
Hist. XV. p. 214.

BAILEY (S.).
1. Review of Berkeley's Theory of Vision. Lond. 1842, 8.

BAILEY (T.).

1. On the Gravel Deposits in the neighbourhood of Basford. Proc.
(Geol. Soc. III. 411. Phil. Mag. ser. 3, XIX, p. 525.

BAILLIE (J,).

1. Memoire contenant des observations geologiques recueillies dans
un voyage en Perse, u Bushire, dans le Golfe Persique, a Tehe-
ran. Feruss. Bull. p. 117.



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BAILLIE (Matth.).

1. The Morbid Anatomy of some of the most important parts of
the Human Body. 8/Lond. 1793 ; 1797. (Trad. Fr.par Guer-
bois) Anatomic pathologique des Organes les plus importans du
Corps humain ; ouvr. enrichi de Notes et de Planches. 8. Par.
1815. (Germ.) Anatomie des Krankhaften Baues von einigen der
wichtigsten Theile des menschlichen Korpers. Berl. 1794.

BAJLLIF (Roch. le).

1. Petict Traite" de 1'Antiquite et Singularite de la Bretagne Ar-
morique. 1577, 8.Bdhm. Bibl. IV. 1, p. 101 ; V. p. 174.

BAILLON (Em.).

1. Sur les Sables mouvans qui couvrent les cotes du Dept. du Pas-
de-Calais, et les moyens de s'opposer a, leur invasion. Par. 1791*
Biogr. Un. III. p. 235.

BAILLON (L. A. J.).

1. Observations sur le Cygne de Bewick. (Lettre a M. de Blain
ville.) C. R. VII. p. 1021.

2. Catalogue des Mammiferes, Oiseaux, Reptiles, Poissons et Mol-
lusques testaces marins observes dans I'Arrondissement d'Abbe-
ville. Abbev. (sans date).

BAILLY (E. M.).

1. Considerations sur 1'influence des circonstances exterieures dans
les conceptions et les naissances masculines et feminines. Ann.
Sc. n. 1825, V. p. 47.

2. Memoire sur 1'usage des Comes dans quelques animaux et parti-
culierement dans le Buffle. Ann. Sc. nat. 1824, II. p. 369, fig.

BAILLY (Jos.).

1. Essai geologique et physique sur la possibilite d'obtenir des
eaux jaillissantes dans le Dep* du Doubs, au moyen des Puits Ar-
tesiens. Besaii9. 1830, 8.

BAILLY (M.).

1. On the Angling Filaments of the JLophius piscatorius, or Bau-
droie of the French, and Angler, Frog-fish, and Sea Devil of the
English Naturalists. Ann. des Sciences nat. II. 1824, p. 523.
Dublin Phil. Journ. I. p. 94.

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BAILLY ( ).

1. Geognostische Bemerkungen iiber Isle-de-France. (Mill. Voy.
pittor. a 11. de Fr. etc.)Leonh. Zeitschr. 1825, I. p. 136.

BAILLY DE MERLIEUX ( ).
1. Memorial Encyclopedique ; vide sup. Pars I. p. 53.

BAIN (A. G.).

1. On the Discovery of the Fossil Remains of Bidental and other
Reptiles in South Africa. Trans. Geol. Soc. ser. 2, VII. p. 53.
Edinb. New Phil. Journ. XXXIX. p. 333. Journ. Geol. Soc. I.
p. 317.

2. On the Discovery of the Piths and portions of the Head of an
Ox in the alluvial banks of the Modder, South Africa. Proc.
Geol. Soc. III. 152.

3. On the Geology of the S.E. extremity of Africa. Geol. Soc.
Lond. 1845, Jan. Ann. and Mag. N. Hist. XV. p. 138.

BAINBRIDGE (W.).

1. Descriptions of new species of Cetoniadce, etc., with Observations
on the genus Osmoderma. Trans. Entom. Soc. III.p.214. Ann.
and Mag. N. H. VI. p. 4-81.

2. On several species of Bolboccras, Kirby, from New Holland, in
the Collection of the Rev. F. W. Hope. Trans. Entom. Soc. III.
p. 79.

BAIRD (J.).

1. On the Geology of the Rock of Gibraltar and the adjacent coun-
try. Edinb. Phil. Journ. VII. p. 75.

2. On the Rocks in the neighbourhood of St. John's, Newfoundland.
Mem. Wern. Soc. IV. p. 151. Phil. Mag. LX. p. 206. Fe-
russ. Bull. 1829, XVI. p. 386.

BAIRD (W.).

1. On the Luminousness of the Sea. Mag. Nat. Hist. ser. 1, III.
p. 308; IV. pp. 284, 510.

2. On a specimen of Lemur tardigradus, Lin., kept alive at Edin-
burgh. Mag. Nat. Hist. ser. 1, I. p. 208. Ed. New Phil. Journ.
III. p. 195. Isis, 1832, VII. p. 692.

3. On the Portuguese Man-of-War. Mag. Nat. Hist. ser. 1, IV.
p. 475.

4. On the Natural History of the British Entomostraca. Mag.
Zool. and Bot. I. pp. 35, 309, 514; II. pp. 132, bW. Wiegm.



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Arch. 1837, II. p. 256 Ann. and Mag. of N. Hist. I. p. 245 ;
XI. p. 81.

BAJON ( ).

1. Memoires pour servir a 1'Hist. de Cayenne, etc. Paris, 1777, 2
vols. 8. Cuv. R. An. III. p. 334 (Germ.) Erfurt, 1780, 2 vols.
8.Bokm. Bibl. I. 1, p. 752.

2. Sur un Poisson electrique, connu a Cayenne sous le nom d'An-
guille tremblante. Journ. de Phys. III. p. 47. Mem. Hist. Cay.
II. p. 287.

3. Observation sur les Corps Lumineux qui brillent dans I'obscurite
sur la mer. Rozier, Journ. de Phys. III. 1774, p. 106.

BAKER (D. Ersk.).

1. A Letter to M. Folkes, containing Considerations on two extra-
ordinary Belemnitffi Phil. Trans. XLV. p. 598, fig. Mod. Bibl.
Helm.

2. A Letter concerning the property of Water Efts in slipping off
their skins as serpents do. Phil. "Trans. XLIV. N 483, p. 529.
Diet. Sc. nat. XV. p. 254.

BAKER (H.).

1. Of Microscopes and the discoveries made thereby. Lond. 174*5,
8. 2 vols. ed. 2, 1785. Bibl. Ent. I. p. 13.

2. Experimenta et Observationes de Scarabaeo qui tres annos sine
alimento vixit. Phil. Trans. N 457, p. 441. Bibl. Ent. I. p. 13.

3. Essays on the Natural History of the Polypes. Lond. 1743, 8.
fig. (Gall. Demours) Essai sur VH. n. des Polypes. Paris, 1744,
8. fig.JBohm. Bibl. II. 2, p. 513.

4. On the Grubs destroying the Grass in Norfolk. Phil. Trans.
XLIV. p. 576. Bibl. Ent. I. p. IS. Mod. Bibl. Helm.

5. On a new discovered Sea-Insect, which he calls the Eye-sucker.
Phil. Trans. XLIII. p. 35.

6. The Microscope made easy. Lond. 1743, 8; 1769, 8. (Gall.)
Le Microscope a la portee de tout le mpnde. Paris, 1 754, 8.
(Germ.) Zum Gebrauch leicht gemachtes Microscopium. Zur.
1756, 8. Mod. Bibl. Helm.

7. Employment for the Microscope, in two parts: 1. An examina-
tion of Salts and saline substances, their amazing configurations
and crystals ; 2. An account of various Animalcules, with obser-
vations and remarks. Lond. 1753, 8. fig.; 1764, 8. (Holl.)
Nuttig Gebruyk, etc. Harl. 1754; Amst. 1756, 8. fig Bohm.
Bibl. I. 1, p. 359. (Germ.) Beytrdge zum niitzlichen u. vergna-



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genden Gebranch u. Verbesserung des Microscopii. Augsb. 1754-,
8. fig.

8. Microscopical Observations. Lond. 1768. Bohm. Bibl. I. 1,
p. 360.

9. Observations on a Polype dried Phil. Trans. XLII. No. 471,
p. 616. Bohm. Bibl. II. 2, p. 514 Mod. Bibl. Helm.

10. A Description of a curious Echinites. Phil. Trans. XLIV.
p. 4-32, fig. Mod. Bibl. Helm. Klein, Disp. Echin. p. vin.

11. A Letter concerning some Vertebrae of Ammonitse or Cornu
Ammonis. Phil. Trans. XLVI. p. 37, fig. Mod.

12. An Account of the Sea Polypus (Sepia) Phil.Trans. L. p. 777,
fig. Mod. Bibl. Helm.

13. An Account of some uncommon Fossil Bodies. Phil. Trans.
XL VIII. p. 117.

14. A Letter concerning an extraordinary large Fossil Tooth of an
Elephant, found in Norfolk. Phil. Trans. XLII I. p. 331.
(Germ.) Von einem in der Erde gelegenen ausserordentlich gros-
ser* JElep/ia?iten- Zahne. Hamb. Mag. p. 453.

15. On an extraordinary Fish, called in Russia Quab; and on the
Stones called Crab's-eyes. Phil. Trans. XLV. p. 174.

BAKER (T. B. L.).

1. Ornithological Index, arranged according to the Synopsis Avium
of Mr. Vigors. Lond. 1835, 8. Wiegm. Arch. 1836, II. p. 263.

BAKER (W. E.).

1. On a Fossil Elephant'* Tooth from JSomrotee near Nahun. J. A.
S. B. III. p. 638.

2. On the Fossil Elk of the Himalaya J. A. S. B. IV. p. 506.

3. Selected Specimens of the Sub-Himalayan Fossils in the Dadupur
collection J. A. S. B. IV. p. 565,

4. On the Fossil Camel of the Sub-Himalayas. J. A. S. B. IV.
p. 694. Ann. Sc. nat. 1837, VII. p. 62.

BAKER (W. E.) and DURAND (II. M.).

1. Fossil Remains of the smaller Carnivora from the Sub-Himalayas.
J. A. S. B. V. p. 579.

2. On the Fossil Jaw of a Gigantic Quadrumanous animal allied to
the genera Semnopithecus and Cynocephalus. Journ. Asiat. Soc.
Bengal, V. p. 739. Phil. Mag. ser. 3, XI. p. 33. Ann. Sc. nat.
1837, VII. p. 370.



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3. Table of Sub-Himalayan Fossil Genera in the Dadupur collec-
tion. -J. A. S. B. V. pp. 291, 486, 661, 739.

BAKEWELL (R.).

1. On the Geology of Northumberland and Durham ; and Remarks
on Mr. Westgarth Forster's Section of the Strata, with a Sketch of
the Physical Structure of that part of England from the German
Ocean to the Irish Channel.- Phil. Mag. XLV. p. 81.

2. On the Great Derbyshire Fault Phil. Mag. XLII. p, 121.

3. On the Thermal Waters of the Alps. Phil. Mag. ser. 2, III.
p. 14-. Feruss. Bull. XV. p. 343.

4. On the Theory of the Progressive Development of Organic Life.
Phil. Mag. ser. 2, IX. p. 33 Ann. Sc. nat. XXII.

5. On the Coal-field at Bradford near Manchester. Trans. Geol.
Soc. ser. 1, II. p. 281.

6. An Introduction to Geology, illustrative of the general surface
of the Earth, etc, 8. Lond. 1813; 1828; 1833, 8. fig. Fe-
russ. Bull. 1828, p. 321. (Germ. K. H. Mutter) Einleitung in
die Geologic, etc. Freyb. 1819, fig. Leonh. Tasch. 1822, I.
p. 158. (Amer. edit, with an Appendix by Prof. Silliman.)
N. Hav. 1839, S.Sill. Am. Journ. XXXVI. p. 201.

7. Elemens de Geognosie, traduits d'apres la l re edition, avec
planche. Berlin, 1830. Feruss. Bull. 1830, XXI. p. 336.

8. Voyage dans la Tarentaise. 2 vols. in 8. Partie geologique.
Feruss. Bull. 1826, VII. p. 183.

BAKEWELL (R., Jun.).

1. Visit to the Mantellian Museum at Lewes. Mag. Nat. Hist. ser.
1, III. p. 9. Feruss. Bull. XX. p. 376.

2. On the Falls of Niagara, and the physical structure of the adja-
cent country. Mag. Nat. Hist. ser. 1, III. p. 117. Feruss. Bull.
XXIV. p. 141.

3. On the Fossil Remains of Elephants and other large Mammalia
in Norfolk.

4. On the recent discovery of Gold Mines in the United States.
Mag. Nat. Hist. ser. 1, V. p. 434.

BAKKER (Gerb.).

1. Icones pelvis feminee catagraphice sectse, etc.; addito schemate
duplici capitis et trunci infantilis. 4. Isis, 1817, I. p. 116.

2. De Natura Hominis liber elementarius. Gron. 1827, 2 vols. 8.
Biogr. Un. Suppl. LVII. p. 78.

3. Osteographia Piscium, Gadi preesertim seglefini, comparati cum



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Lampride guttato, specie rariori. Gron. 1822, 4?. fig. N. Act.
Nat. Cur. XI. p. LXVII. Isis, 1829, I. p. 102.

BALBI (Adr.)

1. Serie chronologique des plus importans envahissemens connus,
faits par la mer, depuis le VIII e siecle jusqu'a rios jours. Tableau
redige par cet auteur, pour le Traite elementaire de Geographic
par Malte-Brun. Feruss. Bull. 1830, XX. p. 14.

BALBINUS (B.).

1. Curiosa Naturae Arcana inclyti Ilegni Bohemias, etc. Pragae,
1724, fol.

2. Miscellanea historica Regni Boheiniae. Pragae, 1679 et 1682,
2 vols. fol Bohm. Bibl. I. 1, p. 577.

BALBIXUS (Bah. Al.).

1. Exainen melissaeuni, id est novarum Apicularum Colonia. Vien.
1670, \y>.Bohm. Bibl. II. 2, p. 282.

BALBO (Prosp.).

1. Sur le Sable aurifere de 1'Orco et de ses environs. Mem. Acad.
Tur. VII. p. 401.

2. Extrait des Memoires de M. Belly sur la Mineralogie de la Sar-
daigne. M6m. Ac. Tur. IX. p. 145.

BALD (R.).

1. On the Coal Formation of Clackmannanshire. Mem. Wern. Soc.
I. p. 479; III. p. 123.

2. On the Coal-field and accompanying Strata in the vicinity of
Dalkeith, Mid-Lothian. Edinb. New Phil. Journ. IV. p. H.5.
Feruss. Bull. 1828, XV. p. 343.

3. On the Fossil Elephant of Scotland. Mem. Wern. Soc. IV.
p. 58. Feruss. Bull. 1829, XVII. p. 187.

4. On the discovery of the Skeleton of a Whale on the estate of
Airthrey, near Stirling. Edinb. Phil. Journ. I. p. 393.

5. " Coal," and other articles in Edinb. Encyclopaedia.

6. On the Mushet Band, commonly called the Black-band Iron-
stone of Scotland. Rep. Brit. Assoc. 1846, Sect. p. 62.

BALDACCONI (Fr.).
1. Esposizione di un Metodo per ottenere la perfetta ridozione delle



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Sostanze animali a solidita lapidea Att. Accad. Fisiocrit. di
Siena, X.

BALD^US (Phil.).

1. Beschryving deer Ost-Indische Kusten Malabar, Coromandel,
Ceylon. Amst. 1672, fol. fig. (Deutsch) Amst. 1672, fol. fig.
Bokm. Bibl. I. 1, p. 685. (Angl.) Churchill, Voy. III. p. 561,

BALDANUS (Ant.).

1. Locustse majores, quibus Johannes in deserto vitam tolerarc di-
citur. Comm. Bonon. V. p. 53. Bibl. Entom. I. p. 14-.

BALDASSARI (Gius.).

1. Osserv. sopra il Sale della Creta, sopra un Saggio di Produzioni
natural! dello Stato Senese. Siena, 1750, 8. (Deutsch) Hamb.
Mag. X. pp. 227, 339.Bohm. Bibl. IV. 1, p. 191.

2. Delle Acque mineral! di Chianciano nel Senese. Siena, 1756, 4.
Bokm. Bibl. V. p. 247.

3. Tentamen observationum super res quasdam naturales in pratis
et aliis locis maritimis Maremmae ditionis Senensis. Atti Acad.
Sc. Sien. II. p. 1 Bohm. Bibl. I. 1, p. 567.

4. Dissertationes ; l a de omnium hominurn primo; 2 a de virtute
Arboris Vitas ; 3 a de antediluvianorum hominum cibo ; 4 a de
universitate Diluvii. Venet. 1757, 4.

5. Osserv. geologiche e paleontologiche. Atti di Siena, III. p. 243.

BALDASSINI (Fr.).

1. Sull' emissione di un Liquido colorante per parte dei Molluschi,
e sulla causa della simmetrica ed uniforme sua distribuzione alia
superficie delle Conchiglie. Mem. Accad. Torin. 1842.

2. Considerazioni sul modo con cui si suppone che i Molluschi lito-
fagi perforino le Roccie. Bol. 1830, 8. Ann. di St. nat. Fasc.
X. p. 47. Isis, 1833, XI. p. 1099. (Ueber die Art, wiedie stein-

fressenden Weichthiere die Felsen durchbohren sollen.)

3. Sopra le Conchiglie considerate come parti integrant! del corpo
dei Molluschi, etc. -Ann. R. Lomb.-Ven. 1835, V. p. 225; VI.
p. 3.

4. Dell' anteriorita del Marsigli sul Reaumur nella Teoria della
formazione ed accrescimento delle Conchilie.

5. Considerazioni intorno all' Argonauta. Ann. R. Lomb.-Ven.
1836, VI. p. 209.

6. Cenni ulteriori intorno alle Conchiglie considerate come parti
integrant! dell' organizzazione dei Molluschi. Ann. med.-chir. di
Roma, 1839, I. 2.



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7. Nota intorno al genere Bulled di Lamarck.- Ann. Sc. Regn.
Lomb.-Ven. 1833, V. p. 225.

8. Delia distribuzione del Colori sulla superficie delle Conchilie, etc.
Mem. Accad. Tor. V. Ser. 2 a .

BALDEN (J.).

1. On Insects injurious to Forest Trees. Prize Essays, Highland
Soc. XIV. p. 114.

BALDENSTEIN (H. v.).

1. Beitrage zur Naturgeschichte des Bartgeyers. Denkschr. Allg.
Schweiz. Ges. I. 1, p. 86.

BALDINGER (E. G.).

1. Sur 1'age d'un Brochet. Med. Journ. V. Cuv. et VaL Hist,
nat. des Poiss. I. p. 169.

2. Neues med. u. phys. Journal ; vide sup. Pars I. p. 29.

BALDIUS (Baldus).

1. De admirabili Viperae natura. Hag. 1660, 12.

2. Dissertatio in Hippocratem de Acre, Aquis et Locis, in qua et de
Calculorum causis disseritur. Rornae, 1637, 4?. Bokm. Bibl.
IV. 2, p. 332; V. p. 11.

3. De Magnetis Antipathia. Romae, 1612, 8 Bohm. Bibl. IV. 2,
p. 169.

BALDRACCO ( ).

1. Ueber einige Gold-Gange in den Ligurischer Apenninen. Isis,
184-1, p. 559. L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1843, p. 361.

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BALLENSTEDT (J. G. J.).

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