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Engel, 0. G. F., obituary, v, 282.
Ekgdmamny O,, Jund of N. America, ii,

128.
Engineering Magazine, Van Nostrand's,

vii, 296.
Bntomolotfical correspondence of Harris,
noticed, viii, 143.

Society, Philad., Transactions, i 144

iv, 296; v, 144, 428 ; vi, 160, 161, 288.

Entomologist, American, noticed, vi, 436;

L 439.
Entozoa, beef and pork as sources of, i,
283.
new species of, VerriUy \ 223.
Eocene, division ot Conrad^ i, 96 ; HU-
gard, ii, 68.
See also Gbologt.
Eozodn, Chrpmter on, i, 406 ; vi, 246.
in Finland, iv, 284.
in Massachusetts, ix. 76.
organic nature of, Dawaon and Car-
pentefy iv, 367; inorgunic nature of.
King and Rovmey^ iv, 376.
See also Geology.
Erbia, Bohr and Bunaen^ i, 399.
Erdmann, A. J., obituary of^ ix, 144.

0. L., obituary of, ix, 144.
Erdmann's Expos^ des formations Qua-
temaires de la Suede, noticed, vi, 436.
Essex Institute, Bulletin, vii, 436.
Peabody's gift to, iii, 416.
Proceedings, i, 144, 431 ; ii, 140,
292; iii, 424; iv, 296; v, 144, 428; vi,
288; vii, 296; ix, 444.
Ethers, arsenic and ar.«enious add, Oa/29,
1,10.

butyric and caproic, synthesis of, i,
116.

chlorioated, for synthesis of alco-
hols, Liebm, iii, 249.
cyanic iii 388.

of silidc add, IHedei and On^^ iii,
166, 331.
Ethyl arpeniate of, 1, 10.

arseniteof, 1, 16.
Ethylates, potasfdc and sodio, viii, 413.
Btiiylene-sodium, a new radical, Wcmk'

Jyn^ viii, 413.
Eudiometer, a new form of; Oodht^ iv, 199.



BtoM, EL W., oil-beariog uplift €i W.

Virginia, ii 334.
EvarUf J*., geological changes in podtion

of axis of earth's cmst, iii, 230.
Expansion, galvanic, iii, 256^
of cry^'ials, iii, 266.
of metals and alloys by beat^
Motthienen, iv, 110.
of solids, measure of, Jfuflor, viii, 407.
of water and mercuiy, iii, 264.
Expedition, polar, new. i 427.
Exploration in Russian America, con-

neoted with Telegraph Go., i, 139.
Exploring expedition to the interior ba-
sin. King, iv, 118.
Exposition, Paris. 1867. NieU^, v,. 73.
minerals of, Blake^ v, 194.
Reports on. ix, 287 ; BamariTa^
viii 297 ; BkMa, viii 126; £MttX viii,
447; list of, ix, 268; 1, 296.
Bye-piece, new binocular, SnU^ v, 42.



Falling bodies, apparatus for abowing

laws of, ii, 418.
Faraday, obituary, iv, 293; l^wdall, vi,

34. 80; detei^Mie, V, 146.
/brmer, M. G., cost of electric light, v, 112.
magnetic effects of the aurora, i, 118.
niechanical equivalent of lighi i, 214.
Farmer'a theorem discussed, SHmpaotif

1, 372 ; note on Stimpaon's paper. SO^

liman, 1, 377.
Fbrquhar, E. J., new variable star, ii, 79.
fby, 2! &, Great OutUne of Geography

by, noticed, 1, 161.
Featherstonhaugh, G. W., obitnaiy of, iii,

136.
Femur, work on exdskms of^ for gun-
shot injuries, noticed, viii 448.
Fendler, A , on prairies, i, 164.
Ferns, arrangement of^ mneka^ i 276.
Ferrocyanid of potassium, action of on

monocliloracetic ether. Loew^ v, 383.
Feuditwanger's treatise on Gems, no-
ticed, iv, 296.
Field's History of Atlantic Tdegraph,

noticed, ii, 437.
Firday, G., prehistoric Archssdogy in

Greece, 1, 251.
Fischer's salt, SadHer, ix, 189.
Fishes destroyed in Bay of Fundy, vi 269.
Fizeau, expansion of crystals, iii, 266.
Flagged Hand-book of tiie ^itphar-onre

for the vine-disease, etc., noticed, ix,

442.
Flame, Bimsen, theory of^ Knapp, \ 266.
monochromatic, Niddka, iii, 92, 93.
reactions, Bunaen, iii 110.
sodium, Nicma, iii, 92.
sounding, SmiiKt v, 421, 42S.



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Flames, luminouo, Httgard^ vii, 218.

Flammarion's Astron. studies, iii, 423.

Fleck^ H., on sodium in ezplosiTes, vii, 431.

Florida, change of level oti comrtof^ I 406.

Fluorescence, LoughUnj iii, 239.

Fluohydric acid, properties ofj Oore^ viii,
406.

Fluoiids, new, KiekHs^ y, 66.

Fljing-flsh. K Jfofm, i. 272.

Fonda^ on Franklinite, viil 138

Footmarks in Kansas, Mudge, i, 174.

Foraminifera in depths of ocean, ix, 415.

Forbes, J. D., obituary, yii, 294.

Force and Will, Chuktj iz, 277.

Formic versus carbonous add, Barker,
hr, 263.

Fosidl, see GsoLOOT^uid Zoology.

MatcTf J. W., Mississ^i Valley by, no-
ticed, viii, 150.

Foucault's objectives, ill, 254.

Foumier on Crucifene, noticed, ii, 277.

Ibumes^ O.j Chemistry by, noticed, viii,
448.

Dranklcm4i E^ acids of the lactic series,
iv, 268.
Chemistry by, noticed, iii, 137.
on combustion underpressure, vi,394.
on gaseous spectra, viii, 402.
Mource of muncular power, ii, 393.

Fraunhofer's lines, wave-lengths of, i,
396.

French, J. W., preces-^ion-period in Chro-
nology, 1, 172.

Fresenius, Johnson's edition of. ix, 255.

Fresnern theory of reflexion fh>m glass
surfaces, Road, iii, 104.

Friction, heat of. Cooke, i, 116.

Friedd, C, silicic-acid ethers, iii, 155, 331
on silico-propionic acid, 1, 416.



Gabb, W. M., Cretaceous of Califbmia,
iv, 226.

PaleontoUigy of California, noticed,

i. 284; V, 288; viii 133.

Oaffidd, T., action of sunlight on glass,

iv, U4t, 316.
GaUatin, A. M., on ammonium and on
tests for nascent hydvogen,ix, 256 257,
Galv><nic battery, Hougfh, viii, 182.

circuit, resistance of, Haug, ii, 383 ;
iii, 43.

GkuB, effect of mixture with atmospheric

air on illnmioating power of, SUUman

and Wvrto, viii 40. '

lamp and regulator, Dexter, ti, 51.

on determining the photometric

power of, etc., SiUiman, 1, 379.

relation of light from, to volume oon-
Bumed, SiUinum, ix, 17.

well in New Yoric, Wurit, ix, 336.



Gases, specific gravity of. Schmidt^ ui, 391.
Oasparini, G., obitunry, v. 124.
Gasteropods, sulphuric add of, ix, 420.
Gau88oiii, £., on island of Navassa, uo-

ticed, ii, 439.
Geinitz. H, B., plants of the coal forma-
tion of Langeac, Haute Loire, 1. 269.
on a Gennan meteorite, vi, 284.
on Taconic f-late in Germany, iii, 409.
Steinkohlen Deutschlands, eto., no-
ticed, i, 285, 430.

on the uiper FaXeozoAo rocks and
fossils (»f S. E. Nebraska, review of,
Meek, iv, 170 282, 327.
Gems, Feuchtwanger^s treatise on, no-
ticed, iv, 295.
GentJi, F. A., cabinet for sale, i, 141.
chrysolite with chrome iron, in
Pemi.. i, 120.
mioeralogical contributions v, 305.
Geographical distribution of birds, i, 78,
184, 337.

notes on earliert discoveries in

America, Stevens, viii, 299, 437.

notices, OHman iv, 377 ; vii, 98, 377.

Soc. of London, Journal, noticed,

iv, 381.

Geographic andenne et modeme, diction-

naire de, noticed, iv, 382.
Geographisches Jahrbuch, 1866, noticed,

iv, 382.
Geography, Great Outline of, noticed, I,

161.
Geological cabinet, Genth^e, for sale, i, 1 41.
Sketches, by Agcuaiz, noticed, i, 407.
Charts. 1, 425.

Reports, list of American, iii, 116,
399.
Gbolooioal Works, noticed : —
Barrande, Pt^ropodes Siluriens de la

Boh^e, V, 120.
Bigeby, Thesaurus siluricus, vi, 435.
BiUinge^ fossils of Anticosti, iii, 137,259.

fossils of Canada, i, 124.
Buckley, on Texas G^l survey, 11, 438.
Oailin, Rodcs of America, 1, 135.
Cocchi, central Geology of Italy, ii, 123.
Oock, Geolojry of New Jersey, vii, 112,

279, 429.
Dana, geology of ihe New Haven re-
gion, eta, ix, 275.
Daweon, Acadian geoL, new ed., vi, 267.
Deleese, Carto geoloKique du depart-
ment de la Seine, 11, 440 , iii, 135.
Origin of rocks, ii, 440.
Bevue de Geologie, i, 286 ; iv, 122;
vi,270.
Edwards, Oiseaux fossUee de la France,

vii, 276.
Egkkon, survey west of Omaha, iii, 114.
Erdimann^ Expos^ des FormationB qua-
temaires de la Sudde, vi, 406.



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Gbolooioal Works noticed: — I

Erdmann^ map of Sweden, i, 429. |
Oabb, Paleontology of California, i, 284 ;

Y, 288; viii, 133
Oaussoin^ Island of Navassa, West In

dies, ii, 439.
CMnita, see GsiNm.
Geological Magwdne, ii, 273.
HaU^ «r., new Crinoidea, iii, 409.
Paleaster. etc., iii, 409.
Paleontology of New York, iv,
142, 273.
HamiUor^ Report on Nova Scotia

mines, ii, 123.
Eaydenf Report of Golorada ix, 268.
the Yellowstone and Mis-
souii, ix, 118.
Rocky Mountain 8cene|ry, 1, 126.
Hikhcock^ maps in preparation, yi, 140.
GeoL Rep. on N. Hampshire, I, 426.
HowghUn^ Manual of Gedogy. iv, 121.
How, survey of Nova Scotia, ii, 123.
Hyak, fossil cephalopoda, v, 419.
JylUn^ Geology of Sombrero, ii, 439.
JTarr, Report on N. C. survey, iii, 284.
Kj0ndf%xi^ Dahi, oliart of Norway, vi,

269.
Laphamf map of Wisconsin, vii, 279.
Lariet Hud Uhristy^ Reliquis aquitaoi-

c», ii, 291 ; vit, 161, 279.
Ledquercuz, Fuooids iu coal-formation,
ii, 2t>4.

Tertiary plants of Mississippi, iv,

121.

Logan^ Canada survey, ill, 264.

map and sections by, i, 408.

map of Canadii, ix, 394.

Maack's Schiidkroten, Oope. 1, 136.

MaUhea^ rocks of S. New Brunswick,

ii, 124.
Meek^ Bellerophontidse, ii, 126.
crinoids, unaU of, 1, 136.
geology of Mackenzie river, v, 418,
on fossils of Ulmois, eta, and on
Spirifer ouspidatus, i, 409.

snd Worthenf Illinois paleontology,
Ui, 111.
Meneghini^ Dentox MQnsteri, ii, 124.
Moore^ fossils in mineral veins, 1, 266.
Mudge, Rep. GeoL Kansas, iii, 283.
Murchiaon^ Siluria, v, 121.
Newierry^ Chinese coal fossUs, iii, 284.

survey of Ohio, ix, 400.
PaekorcPs glacial phenomena of Labra-
dor and Maioe, iv, 117.
Prni^peOy, China, Japan, eta, iii, 40a
Banuay, geology of N. Wales, ii, 266,
Rhnond^ geology of N. Mexico, ii, 261.
/2oemar, spider fh>m coal-formation, ii,

123.

Safford, Tenn. GeoL Report, i, 409 ;
vi,436; viii, 416.



GxoLOGiOAL Works noticed : —
Sagdrd, geoL map of Tenn.^ i, 385.
iSSsefey, Omithoeauria. 1, 134.
Shumard, Cretaceous of Texas, ii, 123.

paleozoic fossils, i, 124; ii, 118.
Siimonda, anthradto rocks of Alps, iii,
409.
chart of N. W. Italy, iii 116.
Smithsonian contributions to

tology, iii, 363.
SwaUoWy Rep. GeoL Sorv. Kansas, in,

283.
Vi}9e, Orographic geology, ii. 123, 206.
Whit^ Iowa survey Rep., iii, 284; tr,

121; V, 402.
WhiiMy, Rep. on Geol. of California,
noticed and reviewed, i, 1 24, 231 ,351 .
WhUUuey^ explorations in MinneeoU,

ii,440.
WincheU^ Grand Traverse region, ii,268.
Woodward's British fossil Cmstacea,

iv, 116.
Worthent Rep. GeoL lUinoia, ii, 291 ;

iii. 110,396; vu. 161.
Winkler^ Mus^ Teyler catalogue, t, 1 2 1 .
Geological survey of California, i, 428;
viii, 161 ; ix, 400.

Canada, iii, 264; ix, 394.
Colorado, iv, 284.
Indiana, viii, 138 ; 1, 136.
nimois, ii, 291; iii, 110, S96;
vii 161.
Iowa, ii, 272; 1, 136.
Kansas, iv, 32.
Louisiana, viii, 331.
Nebraska iv, 284; t, 268.
New Yoik, iv, 142, 273.
Nova Scotia, i, 286.
Ohio, viii, 447.

Tennessee, Safford, i, 286, 409;
vi, 436; viii, 416.
GbOLOOT AKD PALBOmrOLOGT: —

.^pyomis, ix. 276.

Amazon fossils, 1, 294, 424.

Amer. fossiliferous strata, Omrad^ vfi,

358.
Amiens gravel, Tylm-y vi, 302, 43(L
Andes of Kcuador, OrUm, vii, 242.
Arizona, SOUmam on, i, 289.
Australian gigantic marsopiala, i, 258.
Aviculopecton, Metk^ y, 64.
** Bad Lands" of Upper Miaaoiiii, Boy-

(fen, ii, 426.
Basin of the Great Lakes, ]!hmbmf%

ix, 101.
Batrachia and Reptilia, Cbpe, 1, 150.
Bemnums Dan», Mmk, iii, 267, 394.
Blastoidea, structure of; B f/W a j a, vii,

353; 1, 226.
Bone-caves, Brazil, Reikkardt, vi, 264.
Brazil, reptihan remaina of; Mank^ vn,

390.



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466



Gbologt and Palbontoloot: —
BuriiDgtoQ limestone formationB, ii, 96.
Oalamiteffi and Equifletaoe», Oarru-

thersy yii, 279.

California gold-flelds, FhiOipa, yii, 134.

new facts in geology of, WJnUnefff i,

262.

Gave mammals, Oope^ ix, 273.

Oephalaspis, species of, i, 261.

Ctdna and Japan, changes in, Bick-

more, v, 209.

oohI formation of, Nowberry, ii, 161

Japan, eta, PumpeOy, i, 146.

CobX in Nebraska, Haydm^ y, 198,

326; WhUty V, 399.

in Rocky Mts., Hayden, y, 101.

"Goneinoone,'* Jfar4A,y, 218; WhUe,

y, 401.
Conn. Riyer sandstone, siq>po6ed tad-

pole nests in, Shepardy iM, 99.
Cknals from Neyada Silurian, y, 62.
Oriooidea, Meek and Worthm^ i, 124;
viii, 23.
HaO, i, 261.

Oystidea, Blastoidea, BiMnge, yiii
69; ix, 61; 1, 226.
Orab, oldest known British, ii, 264.
Cretaceous coal in New Mexico, Le-
Otmte, y, 136.
plants in Nebraska, yt 91.
in N. America, yi, 401.
b&ds of, ix, 206, 272.
and Eocene, mixtures of, Oonrad,
ix, 276.
Dakota Cretaceous, Bayden^ iii, 171.
Northeastern, geology of^ Hoyden,
iii,171.

Mammals of, ix, 274.
Dead Sea, Lartet, ii, 266.
Denudation, suba^rial, Whiktkery yi,268
Dinomis. etc., in Australia, ix, 273.
Dinosaur, in Cretaceous of N. J., Cope,

ii,426.

Discosaurus, Ltidy, 1, 139.

Drift, absence of, from Pacific slope of

Rocky Mts., Brawtiy 1, 318.

in 8. W. Iowa, WhUe, iii, 301.

Earth's features, origin of, Dana, ii,

206, 262.
Elasmognathua Cfitt, iii, 370.
Elasmosaurus platyurus, ix, 392 ; 1, 140,

268.

Enaliosaur, new. Cope, yi, 263.

Entomostraca, Paleozoic, yi, 266.

Boceue, Conrad's group of^ HQgard, ii,

68.

new group in, Oonrad, i, 96.

Eosoon, Carpmter, i, 406.

Bayaricum, iii 398.

Canadense, Dawson and Chrpen-

ter, yi, 246, 436.

deeoribed by Dawson, iii, 870.



Gbologt and Palbohtoloot: —
Eoeo6n in Massachusetts, ix, 76.
Euprodps, Meek, iii, 267, 394.
Fidi-remains in Western N. Y., Brad-
ley, iij 70.
FoesilH in Califemia auriferous rocks,

iii, 270.
Gayial fVom N. Jersey Eocene, Matrsh,

1,97.
from China, Bichthofen, 1, 410.
Gibraltar cayes, report on, yii, 277.
Glacial drift beneath Lake Midiigan,

Andrews, ia 76; BOgard, iii, 241.
Glaciers, cause of descent of, Moeeley,

1,263.
in Green Mts., Bmgerford, y, 1.
White Mts., iii 42.
Gold-bearing rocks of Califomia. Blake,

y, 264; Brewer, ii, 114: y, 397.
Horse, tooth of, fh>m Table Mt, Blake,

I, 262.
Hudson riyer group, name of. Meek, ill,

266.
Illinois, new fossils in coal-formation

of. Meek and Worthen, i 123.
Niagara fossils near Chicago, Win-

ehell and Marcy, i, 409.
Section of rodcs of, Warihen, iii,

268.
Insects, in N. Scotia, etc., iy, 116.
Iowa coal measures, White, v, 331.
Kansas, Liassic footaoarks in. Mudge, i,

174; iS^olZem;, i, 406.
supposed footmarks in. BUcheock,

yii, 13i.
Lakes of North America, sources of,

iii, 193.

as Chronometers, Andrews, I,

264.
Laurentian of Canada, g^n^ite in, 1,

130.
of Noya Scotia, ix, 347; 1, 132;

417.
fossils. Dawson, iy, 367.
lias Hud oolite of Australia, Moore, \,

269.
Lignites of the West, Ha/yden, y, 101,

198.
Louisiana, lower, geoL of, HUgard, yii,

77.
Maine, post-tertiary fossils of, il 426.
Mastodon in CaUfomia, SiXUman, y,378.
remains, Cohoes, N. Y., ii, 426;

iii, 116.
** Mauyaises Terres*' m Colorado, 1, 292.
MedussB fosrils, Haeckel on, 11 133.
Megadactylus polyzelus of Hitdicodc,

Cope, ix, 390.
Megak>nyx Jeffersoni in DL, Leidy, \,

270.
Michigan, Marshall group of foBsils, i,

120.



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Missiflsippii Quarteruiiiy of, HUgard, i,

311.

Kosajsauroid reptiles, Manhj viii, 392.
Naiades, shell-structure of, White, v,

400.
Nevada fossils, Meek, 1, 422.
New England. Geology of; Hunt, 1, 83.
New South Wales, sedimeDtary forma-
tions, y, 334.
New York, fossils in Idvingston and

Genesee Cos., i, 121 ; ii, 426.
Oil-weUs, position of, Lesley, i, 139.
Oiktario, geology of, Bunt, vi, 356.
Pacific coast, gold rocks of, Brewer, ii,

114.
Palffiotrochis of Emmons, Marsh, y,

217.
Paleoeoio enistaoea and cirripeds, ii,

272.
fossils, Shwnard's ]iBt ot, ii, 118.
Peat-bed underlying drift, Ortouy 1, 64.
Pipestone quarry. Hoyden, iii 16.
Plants of ooalformation, G4iniUii, L 269.
of Miooene, polar, y, 281.
of Oretaoeous and Ti^rtiary, N. A.,

yi,401.
Poat-tectiary of Montana, elephantine

tooth and tusk in. i, 427.
Primordial, Linguia flags, Walen, i, 262.
Rocky Mts., formations along east mar-
gins of, daydm, y, 322.
Secondary fossils in Oregon, Blake, iy,

118.
Serpent, new fossil, Mareh, yiii, 397.
Silurian, Neyada, Whitney, ui, 267.
Siyatherium in Colorado, Leidy, 1, 270.
South American notes, Bimond, lii, 114.
Soutii Carolina phosphates, C. U. Shqh

ard, Jr., yii, 364.

origin of, C, U. Sh^pa/rd, Sr.,

yii, 338.
Sweden, bituminous gneiss and mica

schist in, Igeletr^m^ y, 430.
Syringothyris, punctate. Meek, iii, 407.
Tapir, fossil, in California, -State, y, 381.
Telerpeton Elginense, Muadey, iii, 406
Tertiary, Mississippi and Alabama,

Hiigard, ill, 29.
N. and S. Carolina, iii, 260.
Texas and Chihuahua, EwibaU, yiii,378
Termont, geoL notes on. Hunt, yi, 222.
western, geol of; Perry, yii, 341.
Volcanic, see VolecMo.
Zoiiites. new, DmMon, yi, 266.
See alMo Drtft, Fbae&a^ Mam, Petrolemn,

Stoni64msdem$nta,
Geology and Beyelation, MoUoy, noticed,

1, 161, 440.

Geometrical problems. Warren's, iii, 284.

Geometry, Treatise on filementM*y, Ohaiu-

venet, noticed, 1, 438.



Geometry, Cremona, 1, 488.
Gtormination influenced by rariousbodiee,

Lea, iii, 197.
Oenther, yolatile adds of croton oil, 1,

116.
Gibbes, B. W., obituary of; ii. 436.
Gibbea, L. R. on the oocultator, yii, 191.
Gitlbe, W., chemical and physical ab-
stracts, i, 111, 260, 396; ii, 264; iii,
107, 246, 386; iy, 101, 266, 416; t,
249, 391; yi, 124, 268, 394; yii, 127,
272, 416 ; yiii, 121, 401 ; iz, 106, 251,
386; I, 106,413.
on map of the q>ecitram, iii, 1.
on a method of yolumetric analysifl,
iy, 207.
theory of atomidtleB, iy, 209.
preoipit»tion of copper by nitro-phoe-
phorous add, iy, 210.

predpitation of ooigi^ef and nickel
by alkaline carbonates, iy, 213.

employment of sand and glass filters
in analysis, iy. 216.

estimation of manganese as a pyro-
phosphate, iy. 216.
obituary of Engel, y, 282.
measurement cl waye-lengtha^ y,
298.
uric add, yi, 289.

waya-lengths of Apeotral Unas, yii,
194.

on action of alkaline nitrites npoo
uric add and its deriyatiyes, yiii, 216.

method of aydding obsenrations of
temperature and pressure in gas anal-
yses, ix, 376.
Sprengel's pump in analyaia, iz, 378.
optical notices, J, 46.
Gibraltar bone-cayea yii 277.
OiU, 7!, Blasmognathus, iii, 370.
new epedes of tapir. 1, 141.
Smithsonian cootiibutkHi to pafeon-
tology, iii, 363.
Gilliss's nstronomical obseryationa, iii,

413.
Crilmcm, D. €,, geogr^fthirnl notices, yii,

98. 377.
Oilman, W, 8 Jr,, auroras in Kaine, yi,
390.
on aurora of April, 1869. yiii, 114.
Giraud, J. P., Jr , obituaiy of; 1, 293.
Gladal dimate. Murphy, iz, 116.
Glaciers, cause of motion of; OroU, yiii,
278.
cause ol the descent of; 1, 263.
of Alaska. Blake, iy, 96.
of Scotiand, OroU, 1, 292.
See also Drift, Geology,
Glass, action of sunlight on, OofiM, iy,
244,316.
crystalline nature of, WefheiriXL, i, 16.
lead-thalKiMP, iii, 264



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Glass, silvering on, Barker^ iii, 262.

test for parallelism in, OibbSf 1, 63.
Glnoose, test for, Brawn, iii, 260.
Glycerin and its derivatives, Buff, v, 266.
Oiynn, J.^ Water us applied to moving

mills, etc., 1, 440.
Cfodmn, A, repetition in analysis. 1, 249.
Ooeaamafm^ C. ^., chemi.'^try of brines,
It, 11,

salt, ix, 78.
Onondaga mineral springs, ii, 211,
368.
Gold, crystallised mass, OaL, Blak6, i, 120.
decrease in prodccti<Mi of, vii, 432.
in Rhinebeck, N. Y., vii, 139.
in Scotland, vii, 280.
new solvents for, iii, 96.
of Montana, i, 126.
of Victoria, Smyth, ix, 263.
ores. Kustel on Brushy vi, 287, 432.
peculiar occurrence of^ SiUiman, v,
93.

rocks of California, i, 361; v, 264;

Brewer, u, 114; v, 397.

See also Caltfomia,

Gold-mining districts. Grass valley, SHU-

num. iv, 236.

Phillips on, noticed, vi. 134.
Goldschmidt, H., obituary of, iii, 89.
Good Hope, cape of astronomer at, 1, 149.
Gould, A. A., obituary of, ii, 434.
CfmUdy R A,y on Oordova observatory, 1,
144.
on force and will, iz, 277.
on new variable star, ii, 80.
on solar eclipse, viii, 434.
on transatlantic longitude, ix, 228.
statistics of American soldiers, no-
ticed, viii, 149.
Graham, T., obituary of, ix, 144.
Grapevine, sulphur-cure for diseases of,

^agg, noticed, ix, 442.
Graphite in Laurentian of Canada, 1, 130.
Graphitoidal silicon, crystallization of,

iv, 108.

Gray, A^ Address by, on presentation
of Rumford medal to Prof. Treadwell,
1,97.
American heather, iii, 128.
Botanical necrology, y, 121, 272; vi,
273; vii, 140; ix, 129.
notabilia, ix, 120
notices, 1,126,410; ii, 126, 273,
427; iii, 125, 272, 409; iv, 122,
420; V, 121, 269, 402; vi, 270.
408; ix,463; 1,42,274.
obituary of W. J. Hooker, i, 1.
dimerous flower of Cypripediura can-
didum, ii 196.
nomenclature of Miiller, iii, 126.
Shortia galaafoHa, v, 402.
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Gray, A,y remarks on laws of botanioal

nomenclature, vi, 74.
Greece, prehistoric arcbsDology in, 1, 261.
(Treofi, H. A., fossils of Livingston and

Genesee cos., N. Y., i, 121 ; ii, 426.
locality of fossils in N. Y., i, 121.
Green Mts., glacial action on, Bvmgwfw^

V, 1.
Greg on meteors, NmoUm, iii, 286.
Greville, R. R., obituary of, ii, 277.
Grisebach, cataL plant Cubans., iii, 409.
Guanape L, and its minerals, Shepardy

\ 273.
Guanidin, synthesis of^ iii, 110.
Guatemala, new species of tapir, GiU, 1,

141.
Gueriny 7!, delivery from conduit pipe, v,

191.
Gulf-stream fauna, Pourtaks, vi, 409, 413.
on the, etc., Fetemumny noticed,

1, 296.

soundings^ iii, 69 ; vii, 379.
Giimbdy Eozoon Bavaricum, iii, 398.
Gun-cotton, Ahdy iv, 288.
Gunther's record of zoological literature,

noticed, i, 287.
Guyot's geographies, v, 287.
Gynoeoological Society, Boston, vii, 288.



Hsematoidin, Eohn on, vi, 233.
Hagemanny (?., analytds of paohnolite, i,
119.
crystallized cryolite, ii, 268.
Greenland minerals, ii, 93.
Ivigtite, vii, 133.
Haidinger, W. B.y meteor of KnyahingBi
iv, 131.
on meteorites, viii 280.
Hail in Chma, WUUamSy iii, 281.
Hail-storm of June 20, 1869, Eoffey, 1,

403.
HaU, Ry Flora of Eastern Kansas, 1, 29.
HaU, Aaaphy on secular perturbation of

planets, 1, 370.
ffaUy J.y convoluted plate in orinoids, i,
361.

geological map of tJ. States, by, vi,
140.
notes on geoL of Minnesota, iv, 144.
on new C^oidea, iii, 409.
on Paleaster, iii, 409.
paleontdogy of N. Y., by, noticed,
iv, 142, 273 ; vi, 363.

shellis of the Upper Helderi^rg, no-
ticed, ix, 376.
Halliday, A. H., obituary of, 1, 394.
Hamilton, W. R., biography of, ii, 293.

elemente of quaternions, noticed, ii,
I 438.
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HAmmond, It, Indians geoL sonrej, 1,
136.

Hand, morphology of, WHder^ ir, 44.

Hansen on moon's oonstitutioii, Neweomh^
Ti, 376.

Bareouriy exercises in diemistrj, iz, 141

Harris, T. W., entomological correspon-
dence of, noticed, vlii, 148.

Barrison, J. P., heat to moon from son,
i,277.

Harvey, W. H., obituary of, ii, 129, 173.

Hassall on urine, noticed, i, 422.

HcMQ, H., electro-motiye force, and re-
sistance of galvanic circuit, ii, 381 ; iii,
43.

Hawaii, eruptions in, Coan^ iii, 264 ; yi,
106; Tii, 89; ix, 393.

Bawley^ C. JSl, mines of Almaden, Spam,

T,9.

quicksilver mines of Santa Barbara,

Peru, V, 6.

Eayden^ R F., Dakota geology. Hi, 16,

171.

formations of east margins of rodcy
mountains, v, 322.

geology of Kansas, Iv, 32.

geological survey of Colorado, etc.,
iz, 268.

lignite deposits of the West, v, 198.

report on the Yellowstone and MiS'
Bouri, noticed, iz, 118.

Rocky Mt coal beds, v, 101.

Sun-pictures of Rocky Mt Scenery,
1, 126.

tour tiirough '< Bad Lands," noticed,
ii,426.

workable coal in Nebraska, v, 326.
Haye$, A. A,^ color of water of Lake

Leman, ix, 186.
Hayes, K, obituary of, iv, 189.
Heat, absorbed by water vapor, ii, 269,

action of, on crystals, VeaCkmeaiix,
iv, 112.

atomic, Schmidt^ iii, 391.

dew formed by, iii, 246.

distrib. by ocean currents, 1, 118.
of, over the enrth, Chase^ iv, 68.

emission and absorption of^ Magnma,
iz, 106.

flame, use of, in laboratory. Smithy
1,341.

low, emission, absorption and re-
ezion of, Magma, I, 106.

mechanical theory of; with its appli-
cation to the steam-engine, ClatuiuB,
noticed, iv, 437.

of combination of boron and siHoon
with chlorine and ozygen, iz, 386.

of friction. Choke, I 116.

of sun, eiTectB on a sand-hill, iz, 266.

reflection o( from fluor-spar, etc.,
Magnus^ iz, 107.



rHeat, Magnus, to moon from sob, Barri'
mm, i, 277.

nndulatory theory of, BabmH, It,
111.
ifiMT, Miocene polar flora, v, 281.
Heights, see AUUudea,
HeMM, on formula of urea, vi, 237.

recovery of uranium, 1, 113.
Helmholts, takes chair of Physics in Ber-
lin. 1, 293.
Henfr^y's Elementary Botany, noticed, 1,

429.
Hetmmaty, J. H. K., on distiib. of tern-
perture, noticed, iv, 438.
raiu-faU affected by moon, vi, 283.



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