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Jahrb. 1836, p. 250.

75. Nature des Pheriomenes volcaniques dans les lies Canaries.
Mem. Soc. Linn. Norm. 1829, I. p. 76. Bull. Soc. Geol. Fr. I.
p. 240. Feruss. Bull. XXV. p. 9.

76. On Volcanos and Craters of Elevation. Poggend. Annalen,
XXXVII. p. 169 Edinb. New Phil. Journ. XXI. p. 206.

77. Ueber Chabriers Abhandlung von der Sundfluth. Leonh.
Zeitschr. 1825, I. p. 482.

78. Die Baren-Insel nach B. M. Keilhau geognostisch beschrieben ;
und, Ueber Spirifer Keilhavii, iiber dessen Fundort und Ver-
haltniss zu ahnlichen Formen. Abh. Berl. Akad. 1846.
Journ. Geol. Soc. III. pt. 2. p. 48.

BUCH (Lud. Theo.).
1. Diss. de Tcenia solio. Kilise, 1841.

BUCHAN ( ).

1. Storia d'un Uomo cui mancava la Vesica urinaria. Ann. Med.
Stran. VI.

BUCHANAN (C.).

1. Note sur de 1'Eau fraiche trouvee en mer loin de la Terre.
Edinb. Phil. Journ. Janv, 1827, p. 369. Feruss. Bull. 1828, XV.
p. 247.



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BUCHANAN (Fr. Ham.).

1. Description of the Vespertilio plicatus. Tr. Linn. Soc. Lond. V.
p. 261, fig. Phil. Mag. VII. p. 145.

2. An Account of the Onchidium^ a new Genus of the Class of
Vermes, found in Bengal. Tr. Linn. Soc. Lond. V. p. 13?. fig.

3. An Account of the Fishes found in the River Ganges and its
Branches, etc. Edinb. 1822, 4. fig. Feruss. Bull. 1823, III.
p. 253 (Description des Poissons du Gange, etc.).

4. A Journey from Madras through Mysore, Canara and Malabar.
Lond. 1807, 3 vols. 4. Cat. Bibl. Turic.

BUCHANAN (G.).

1. Diss. inaug. de causis Respirationis ejusdemque effectibus. 8.
Pliilad. 1789 Cat. R. Soc. L.

2. Physiological Illustrations of the Organ of Hearing. Lond.
1828, 8. fig. (llhistrazioni fisiologiche suit Oryano delf Udito).
Omod. Ann. Univ. Med. XXXVII. e XLVIII.

BUCHANAN (S.).

1. A Lecture introductory to a Course of Anatomy, delivered to
the Students of Andersons University. Glasgow, 1842, 8.

BUCHANAN (T.).

1. Sketches of the Comparative Anatomy of the Organ of Hearing,
founded chiefly on the Ear of the Squalus. Mem. Wern. Soc.
VI. p. 144.

BUCHARD (E. F.).

1. Epistola de Cocco Polonico Act. Ups. 1742, p. 53. N. Hamb.
Mag. IV. p. 481. Bibl. Ent. I. p. 54.

BUCHER (P.).

1. Histoire veritable et naturelle des Mceurs et Productions du pays
de la Nouvelle France vulgairement dite le Canada. Paris, 1664,
l^.Bohm. Bibl. I. 1, p. 748.

BUCHER (Sam. Fr.).

1. Dissert, de variis Corporibus petrefactis. Witteb. 1715, 4.
Boltm. Bibl. IV. 2, p. 234 (Falso Buchmr).Mod. B. H.



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BUCHER (Urb. G.).

1. Sachsenlandes Naturhistorie. Dresd. 1723, 8.Bohm. Bibl.
I. 1, p. 601. Biogr. Un. VI. p. 201.

2. Ursprung der Donau und Beschaffenheit der Landgrafschaft
Fiirstenberg. Niirnb. 1720, 8. fig. Bohm. Bibl. I. 1, p. 589.

BUCKET (J. P. A.).

1. Extrait d'un Memoire sur une Caverne a Ossemens fossiles, de-
couverte a Test de St.-Jean-du-Gard. Mem. Soc. Phys. et H.
n. VI. p. 369 ; VII. p. 1. L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1835, p. 242.

BiicHNER (Andr. EL).

1. Falso credita Metamorphosis summa miraculosa Insect! cujusdam
Americani. N. Act. Nat. Cur. III. 1767, p. 437. Bibl. Ent. I.
p. 55.

2. Acad. Leop. Car. Historia ; vide sup. Pars I. p. 22.

BUCHNER ( ).
1. Repertorium der Pharmacie ; vide sup. Pars I. p. 32.

BUCHNER (G.).

1. Memoire sur le Systeme nerveux du Barbeau (Cyprinus Bar-
bus, Linn.). 4. Strasb. 1835. Mem. Soc. Strasb. II.

BUCHNER (J. G.).

1. De rarioribus quibusdam animalibus in Voigtlandia quondam
natis ac degentibus. Acta Acad. Nat. Cur. IV. p. 261.

2. De Equo Cornuto et Hippolitho. Acta Acad. Nat. Cur. VII.
p. 289.

3. De memorabilibus Voigtlandiae Subterraneis. Plaviae, 1743, 4.
(In Bruckmann Centuria Epistolarum, 4. 1742.) Cat. R. Soc.
L.Bohm. Bibl. IV. 1, p. 149.

BUCHNER (J. God. u.).

1. Observatio de Lapidibus figuratis in Voigtlandia occurrentibus.
Act. Phys. Med. VII. p. 281. Mod. B. H.

BUCHOLZ (Fr. H.).

1. Von Bereitung des Ameisenathers. Crell, Chem. Entd. VI. p. 55.
Bibl. Ent. I. p. 54.



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2. Insectorum species novae aut parum saltern descriptaa. Argent.
1778, 4. Bibl. Ent. I. p. 54.

3. Reise auf die Karpatischen Gebirge. Ungrisches Magazin, IV.

1787.

BUCHOZ (P. Jos.).

1. Lettres periodiques sur les avantages que la Societe peut retirer
de la connaissance des Animaux. Paris, 1769 et 1770, 8.
Diet. Sc. n. XXII. p. 511.

2. Histoire naturelle de la France. Paris, 1776, 8. 14 vols.
Biogr. Un. VI. p. 205.

3. Aldrovandus Lotharingice, ou Catalogue des Animaux qui ha-
bitent la Lorraine et les Trois Evech6s. Par. 1771, 8. Bibl.
Ent. I. p. 54.

4. Dons merveilleux et diversement colories de la Nature dans le
regne animal. Par. 1781, 1797, fol. 2 vols. fig. col. Bibl. Ent.
I. p. 55.

5. Histoire des Insectes nuisibles a riiomme, aux bestiaux, a 1'agri-
culture et an jardinage, avec les moyens qu'on peut employer
pour les detruire ou s'en garantir, ou reme'dier aux maux qu'ils
ont pu occasionner. Par. 1781, 12. Par. an. 7. Eis. Insect,
p. no.Bohm. Bibl. II. 2, p. 181.

6. Hist. nat. physique et medicinale de 1'Homme. 4 vols. 8. Paris,
1784.

7. Planches enlumine'es et non enlumineespourservir d'intelligence
a 1'Hist. gen. des trois Regnes de la Nature. Paris, 2 vols. fol.
1775-79. Mod. Bibl. Helm.

8. Hist. gen. des Animaux, des Vegtaux, et des Min6raux qui se
trouventdans le Royaume. Par. 1778, fol.

9. Hist. gen. des Animaux, des Vegetaux, et des Mineraux qui se
trouvent hors du Royaume. Par. 1778, fol. fig.

10. LesRichesses de la France dans ses productions mineralogiques
et hydrologiques. Par. 1782, 8.

11. Diss. sur 1'Hist. nat. des environs de Pont a Mousson en Lor-
raine. Par. 1790, fol.

12. Hist, generale et economique des trois Regnes de la Nature,
fol. Paris, 1777 ; 2 vols. 8. Paris, 1781-83. *>

13. Hist. Nat, de la Taupe et de la Taupe- Willon. 8. Paris, 1806.

14. Traite economique et physique des Oiseaux de Basse-cour, etc.
Par. 1775, 2 vols. 12. (Germ.) (Ekoiiomisch-physische Ab-



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handlung vom Federvich, etc. iibers. v. J. W. Consbruch. Miinst.
1777, 8.Bo7im. Bibl. II. 1, p. 504.

15. Dictionnaire mineralogique et hydrologique de France, etc.

Paris, 1773-76, 4 vols. 8 Ibid. 1785, id.Bohm. Bibl. IV. 1,

p. 98.

16. Wallerius Lotharingice, ou Catalogue des Mines, Terres, Fos-
siles, Sables et Cailloux qu'on trouve dans la Lorraine et les
Trois-Eveches, etc. Nancy, 1768, 8; 1769, IW.Bohm. Bibl.
IV. 1, p. 103.

17. Traite" de la Peche. 12. Paris, 1786.

18. Dissert, sur les Vosges, de merae que surleurs productions na-
turelles et economiques. Par. 1798, fol.

19. Traite physique et economique du Regne Animal. 2 vols. fol.
Paris, 1790.

20. La Nature consideree, etc. ; vide sup. Pars I. p. 51.

21. Dissert, sur le Cantal, montagne fameuse de la Haute-Auvergne.
Par. 1792, fol.

BUCHWALD (B. J. V.).

1. Insectologies Danicae specimen. Hafn. 1760, 4. Bibl. Ent. I.
p. 55.

BUCK (J. F.).

1. Von einigen in der Erde befindlichen denkwiirdigen Hb'hlen, etc.
1768, 4.

BUCKINGHAM (Duke of).

1. Extrait d'une Lettre contenant le recit de certaines Phenomenes
qui ont accompagne la derniere Eruption du Vesuve. Ann. Sc.
n. 1829, XVI. Rev. Bibl. p. 34.

2. On the geological structure of the Island of Pantellaria. Rep.
Brit. Assoc. 1832, p. 584. L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1834, p. 89.

BUCKLAND (W.).

1. Account of an assemblage of Fossil Teeth and Bones of Ele-
phant, Rhinoceros, Hippopotamus, Bear, Tiger, and Hyaena, and
sixteen other animals, discovered in a cave at Kirkdale, York-
shire, in the year 1821. Phil. Trans. CXII. p. 171. Isis, 1825,
VII. Litt. Anz. p. 35, 59.

2. Reliquice Diluviance, or Observations on the Organic Remains
attesting the action of an universal Deluge. Lond. 1826, 4. fig.
Feruss. Bull. 1823, III. p. 281.



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3. On an Insulated Group of Rocks of Slate and Greenstone in
Cumberland and Westmoreland, on the east side of Appleby, be-
tween Melmerby and Murton. Trans. Geol. Soc. Lond. ser. 1,

IV. p. 105.

4. On a series of Specimens from the Plastic Clay near Reading,
Berks : with Observations on the Formation to which those Beds
belong. Trans. Geol. Soc. Lond. ser. 1, IV. p. 277.

5. On the Paramoudra, a singular fossil body that is found in the
Chalk of the North of Ireland ; with some general observations
upon Flints in Chalk, tending to illustrate the History of their
formation. Trans. Geol. Soc. ser. 1, IV. p. 413.

6. On the Geological Structure of a part of the Island of Mada-
gascar, founded on a Collection transmitted by Governor Far-
quhar, in the year 1819; with Observations on some Specimens
from the Interior of New South Wales, collected dining Mr.
Oxley's Expedition to the River Macquarie, in the year 1818.
Trans* Geol. Soc. ser. 1, V. p. 476 Isis, 1823, IV. Litt. Anz.
p. 204 Bull. Soc. Philom. 1820, p. 95.

7. On the Quartz Rock of the Lickey Hill in Worcestershire, and
of the Strata immediately surrounding it ; with considerations on
the evidences of a Recent Deluge afforded by the gravel beds of
Warwickshire and Oxfordshire, and the valley of the Thames
from Oxford downwards to London. Trans. Geol. Soc. ser. 1,

V. p. 506. Isis, 1823, IV. Litt. Anz. p. 188.

8. On the Megalosaurus, or great Fossil Lizard of Stonesfield.
Trans. Geol. Soc. ser. 2, I. p. 390. Isis, 1825. X. Litt. Anz.
p. 113. Feruss. Bull. II. p. 20.

9. On the Excavation of Valleys by diluvial action, as illustrated
by a succession of Valleys which intersect the South Coast of
Dorsetshire and Devonshire. Trans. Geol. Soc. ser. 2, I. p. 95.
Feruss. Bull. I. 1823, p. 51. Isis, 1823, IV. Litt. Anz.
p. 235.

10. On the Formation of the Valley of Kingsclere and other Valleys,
by the Elevation of the Strata that inclose them ; and on the
Evidences of the original Continuity of the Basins of London and
Hampshire. Trans. Geol. Soc. ser. 2, II. p. 119. Phil. Mag.
LXV. p. 214. Mag. Nat. Hist. ser. 1,1. p. 249. Feruss. Bull.



. p. 21
, X. p.



1827, X. p. 26.

11. On a collection of Vegetable and Animal Remains, and Rocks,
from the Burmese Country, presented to the Geological Society
by J. Crawfurd, Esq. Proc. Geol. Soc. I. 71 Phil. Mag. ser. 2,
III. p. 446 Trans. Geol. Soc. ser. 2, II. p. 377- Ann. Sc. u.
XVI. p. 238. Isis, 1834, X. p. 1027.

12. On the Cycadeoideae, a family of Plants found in the Oolite



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Quarries of the Isle of Portland. Trans. Geol. Soc. Lond. ser. 2,

II. p. 395. Ann. Sc. n. 1829, XVI. Rev. Bibl. p. 36 Proc.

Geol. Soc. I. 80 Phil. Mag. ser. 2, IV. p. 225.

13. Supplementary Remarks on the supposed Power of the Waters
of the Irawadi to convert Wood to Stone. Trans. Geol. Soc.
Lond. ser. 2, II. p. 403. N. Ed. Phil. J. Jan. 1829, p. 67. Fe-
russ. Bull. XXV. p. 162.

14. On the Secondary Formations between Nice and the Col di
Tendi. Trans. Geol, Soc. ser. 2, III. p. 187. Proc. Geol. Soc.
Lond. I. p. 94. Phil. Mag. ser. 2, V. p. 384.- Feruss. Bull. 1829,
XVIII. p. 342.

15. On the Discovery of a new species of Pterodactyle in the Lias

at Lyme Regis. Trans. Geol. Soc. Lond. ser. 2, III. p. 217

Proc. Geol. Soc. I. p. 96. Edinb. Phil. Journ. XXII. p. 21.
Feruss. Bull. 1829, XVIII. p. 345. Isis, 1832, VIII. p. 822
(Neuer Pterodactylus im Lias bei Lyme Regis.). Bull. Soc. Geol.
Fr. VI. p. 89 L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 183*, p. 369.

16. On the Discovery of Coprolites, or Fossil Faeces, in the Lias at
Lyme Regis, and in other Formations. Trans. Geol. Soc. Lond.
ser. 2, III. p. 223. Proc. Geol. Soc. I. pp. 97, 142. Phil. Mag.

ser. 2, VI. p. 60. Edinb. Phil. Journ. XXII. p. 23 L. u. Br.

N. Jahrb. 1833, p. 704. Bull. Soc. Geol. Fr. VI. p. 89.

17. On the Occurrence of Agates in Dolomitic Strata of the New
Red Sandstone Formation in the Mendip Hills. Trans. Geol.
Soc. ser. 2, III. p. 421. Proc. Geol. Soc. Lond. I. p. 149.

18. On the Discovery of Fossil Bones of the Iguanodon in the Iron
Sand of the Wealden Formation in the Isle of Wight, and in the
Isle of Purbeck. Trans. Geol. Soc. ser. 2, III. p. 425. Proc.
Geol. Soc. I. p. 159. Phil. Mag. ser. 2, VII. p. 54. Feruss.
Bull. 1830, XXIII. p. 49. L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1836, p. 730.

19. On the Bones of Hyaenas and other animals in the cavern of
Lunel near Montpelier, and in the adjacent strata of Marine For-
mation. Proc. Geol. Soc. Lond. I. p. 3. Phil. Mag. ser. 2, I.
p. 66. Edinb. Journ. Avr. 1827, p. 242. Feruss. Bull. 1828,
XIV. p. <2\.Leonh. Zeitschr. 1827, II. p. 392. Brewst. Journ.
Science, ser. 1, VI. p. 242.

20. On the Discovery of a number of Fossil Bones of Bears in the
Grotto of Osselles or Quingey, near Besancon in France. Proc.
Geol. Soc. Lond. I. p. 21. Phil. Mag. ser. 2, II. p. 147. Ann.
Sc. n. Mars 1827. Feruss. Bull. 1827, XII. p. 13.

21. On the Discovery of a Black Substance resembling Sepia, of
Indian Ink, in the Lias at Lyme Regis. Proc. Geol. Soc. Lond.
I. p. 97. Phil. Mag. ser. 2, V. p. 387. Edinb. New Phil. Journ.
VII. p. 22.



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22. On a newly-discovered Gigantic Reptile. Proc. Geol. Soc. II.
p. 190. Phil. Mag. ser. 3, VII. p. 327.

23. On the Fossil Beaks of four extinct species of Fishes, referable
to the genus Chimaera, which occur in the oolitic and cretaceous
formations of England. Proc. Geol. Soc. Lond. II. p. 205.
Phil. Mag. ser. 3, VIII. p. 4. L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1836, p. 625.

24. On the Occurrence of Silicified Trunks of large trees in the
New Red Sandstone or Poikilitic series at Allesley near Coven-
try. Proc. Geol. Soc. Lond. II. p. 4-39. Phil. Mag. ser. 3, X.

p. 475.

25. On the Discovery of Fossil Fishes in tlje Bagshot Sands at
Goldworthy Hill, four miles north of Guildford. Proc. Geol. Soc.
Lond. II. p. 687. Phil. Mag. ser. 3, XIII. p. 387. Rev. Zool.
1839, p. 25.

26. On the Discovery of a Fossil Wing of a Neuropterous Insect in
the Stonesfield Slate Proc. Geol. Soc. Lond. II. p. 688. Phil.
Mag. ser. 3, XIII. p. 388. Rev. Zool. 1839, p. 29.

27. On the Occurrence of Keuper- Sandstone in the upper region
of the New Red Sandstone formation, or Poikilitic st/ston, in
England and Wales. Proc. Geol. Soc. Lond. II. p. 4-53. Phil.
Mag. ser. 3, XI. p. 106.

28. Address to the Geological Society, 1840. Proc. Geol. Soc.
Lond. III. p. 210 Phil. Mag. ser/3, XVII. pp. 307, 387, 508.
Edinb. New Phil. Journ. XXX. p. 57.

29. On the Evidence of Glaciers in Scotland and the North of En-
gland. Proc. Geol. Soc. Lond. III. pp. 332, 315. Phil. Mag.
ser. 3, XVIII. pp. 574, 587. Edinb. New Phil. Journ. XXX.
pp. 194, 202. Ann. and Mag. N. H. VII. p. 326.

30. On the Agency of Land Snails in corroding and making deep
excavations in compact Limestone Rocks. Proc. Geol. Soc.
Lond. III. p. 430. Phil. Mag. ser. 3, XIX. p. 541. Ann. and
Mag. N. H. VIII. p. 459. Rep. Brit. Assoc. 1845, Sect. p. 48.

31. Address to the Geological Society, 1841. Proc. Geol. Soc.
Lond. III. p. 469. Phil. Mag. ser. 3, XX. pp. -118, 512. Ann.
and Mag. N. H. IX. p. 156.

32. On the Glacio-Diluvial phaenomena in Snowdonia and the ad-
jacent parts of North Wales. Proc. Geol. Soc. Lond. III. p. 579.

33. On Ichthyopatolites, or Petrified Trackways of Ambulatory
Fishes upon Sandstone of the Coal formation. Proc. Geol. Soc.
IV. p. 204. Ann. and Mag. N. II. XIII. p. 152. L. u. Br. N.
Jahrb. 1844, p. 511 (Ucber Ichthyopatoliten, odcr versteinerte
Flossen-Spuren wandelnder Fische auf Kohlen Sandstein).

34. On the Occurrence of Nodules (called Petrified Potatoes) found



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on the shores of Lough Neagh in Ireland. Journ. Geol. Soc.
Lond. II. p. 103.

35. An Account of the Footsteps of the Cheirotherium and five or
six smaller animals in the Stone Quarries of Storeton Hill, near
Liverpool. Rep. Brit. Assoc. 1838, Sect. p. 85. Sill. Am.
Journ. XXXV. 2, p. 307.

36. On the Action of Acidulated Waters on the surface of the Chalk
near Gravesend. Rep. Brit. Assoc. 1839, Sect. p. 76.

37. On Recent and Fossil Semicircular Cavities caused by air-bub-
bles on the surface of soft clay, and resembling impressions of
rain-drops. Rep. Brit. Assoc. 1842, Sect. p. 57.

38. On the Mechanical Action of Animals on Hard and Soft Sub-
stances during the progress of stratification. Rep. Brit. Assoc.
184-5, Sect. p. 52.

39. Reply to some Observations in Dr. Fleming's Remarks on the
Distribution of British Animals. Edinb. Phil. Journ. XII. p. 304.

40. On the Vitality of Toads enclosed in Stone and Wood. Zool.
Journ. V. p. 314. Ed. N. Phil. J. XIII. p. 26. Sill. Am. J.
XXIII. 2, p. 272. Isis, 1834, X. p. 988.

41. On Artesian Wells. Edinb. New Phil. Journ. XXXVII. p. 318.

42. On the remarkable Accumulation of the Exuviae of Bears, in a
Cave at Kiihloch in Franconia. Phil. Mag. LXII. p. 112.

43. On the Discovery of Coprolites in North America. Phil.' Mag.
ser. 2, VII. p. 321.

44. Lettre et Envoi de Coprolithes. Bull. Soc. Ge"ol. Fr. I. p. 227-

45. Ueber die fossilen Megatherium-Reste, welche ncuerlich von
Sudamerika nach England gebracht worden sind. Rep. 1. a. II.
Meet. Brit. Assoc. p. 104. L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1834, p. 112.

46. Ueber den Ban u. die mechanische Kraft des Unterkiefers des
Dinotherium. L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1835, p. 516.

47. Notiz iiber die hydraulische Wirkung des Siphons bei den
Nautilen, Ammoniten u. andern Polythalamien. L. u. Br. N.
Jahrb. 1835, p. 631.

48. Bemerkungen uber das genus Belemnosepia und iiber den fos-
silen Dintensack in dem vordcren Kegel der Belemniten. L. u.
Br. N. Jahrb. 1836, p. 36.

49. On the occurrence of the Remains of Elephants and other
Quadrupeds in the Cliffs of Frozen Mud, in Eschscholtz Bay,
in Beliring's Strait, and in other distant parts of the Shores of the
Arctic Seas. - Beechey's Voyage to the Pacific, p. 593.

50. Sur la decouverte de V Anoplothcrium cominun, dans File de



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Wight. Ann. of Philos. Nov. 1825, p. 360. Feruss. Bull. 1827,
XII. p. 112.

51. Lettre a Mr. Jameson sur les Antres habites par des Hyenes.
Ed. N. Phil. J. Jan. 1827, p. 377 .Feruss. Bull. XV. p. 59.

52. Ueber die Knochen-Brekzien bei Gibraltar, etc. Reliqu. Diluv.
p. 148. Leonh. Zeitschr. 1825, II. p. 373.

53. Ueber die Struktur der Alpen und der diese Gebirge begren-
zenden Theile des Kontinentes, sovvie iiber ihre Beziehung zu
den Floz- u. Uebergangs-Gebilden Englands. Ann. of Phil, (new
ser.) I. p. 450. Leonh. Zeitschr. 1826, I. p. 468.

54. Note sur des traces de Tortues observees dans le Gres rouge.
Ann. Sc. n. 1828, XIII. p. 85.

55. Instructions for conducting Geological Investigations and col-
lecting Specimens Sill. Ainer. J. III. 2, p. 249.

56. Geology and Mineralogy considered with reference to Natural
Theology. 2 vols. 8. London, 1836. Bridgewater Treatises,
VI. Sill. Am. J. XXXI. 2, p. 419.-(Trad. fr. p. Doyere) De la
Geologic et de la Mineralogic, considerees daris leurs rapports avec
la Theologie naturelle. Par. 1838, 2 vols. 8. fig. (Deutsch.) Ge-
ologie u. Mineralogie in Beziehung zur naturlichen Theoloyic, a. d.
Engl. nach der 2 ten Ausg. iibersetzt u. mit Anmcrkungcn u. Zu-
ea'tzer versehen v. L. Agassiz. Neuch. 1838-39, 2 vols, 8.
L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1839, p. 443.

57. Die Urwelt und ihre Wunder (ein Theil der Bridgewater Bii-
cher), a. d. Engl. iibersetzt von Fr. Werner. Stuttg. 1837, 8.
fig-

58. Supplementary Notes to the first and second edition of the
Bridgewater Treatise, with a Plate of the fossil Head and restored
Figure of the Dinothcrium. Lond. 1837, 8.

59. On the Adaptation of the Structure of the Sloths to their pecu-
liar mode of life Tr. Linn. Soc. Lond. XVII. p. ll. Witym.
Arch. 1835, II. p. 332.

60. Vindicice geologicce ; or the Connexion of Geology with Religion
explained, in an inaugural Lecture, etc. 4. Oxf. 1820. Cat. R.
Soc. L.

61. Sermon on Death. Oxford, 1839.

BUCKLAND (W.) and CONYBEARE (W. D.).

1. On the South-western Coal district of England. Trans. Geol.
Soc. Lond. ser. 2, I. p. 210. Isis, 1823, IV. Litt. Anz. pp. 178,
191. Leonh. Zeitschr. 1826, II. p. 94.

2. Sectional Views of the North-east Coast of Ireland. Trans. Geol.
Soc. Lond. ser. 1, V. p. 111.



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3. Illustrations of the Landslip on the Coast of Devonshire. Loncl.
1840, fol.

BUCKLAND (W.) and DE LA BECHE (H. T.).

1. On the Geology of the Neighbourhood of Weymouth and the
adjacent Parts of the Coast of Dorset. Trans. Geol. Soc. Loud,
ser. 2, IV. p. 1. Proc. Geol. Soc. I. p. 217. Phil. Mag. ser. 2,
VII. p. 454.

BUCKLAND (W.) and GREENOUGH (G. B.).

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