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MudgCy B. F., footmarks in Kansas, i, 174.
Kansas geol. Report, iii, 283.
meteorites, vi, 429.
MuiTf r., thermal units, 1, 149.
MfUder, G. «/., Die Chemie der Austrock-

enden Oele. etc., noticed, iv, 438.
'Muller, P., botanical workR by, i, 415, 416.
MiiUerj «/., anthers, iii, 126.

on nomendature of, Orayj iii, 126.
Murchison, B. /, eztracts from address
to Roy. Geog. Soc., v, 14.



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MurchittODf B. L, SQuiia by, notioed, t,'
121.

Murphy f J. J., cause of glacial dimate, ix,
116.

Murray, A., geographical distribution of
mammals, noticed, iii, 410.

Muscular power, FrarMand^ ii, 393.
force, source of, Douglas^ t, 110.

Musee Tejler, Catalogue of, noticed, i,
287; ill, 284.

Museum of Comparative Zoology, Bulle-
tin of, noticed, viii, 451.

report noticed, iv, 141.

Mushrooms, esculent, Curtia on, ii, 1 2(

Music harmony in, Foole^ iv, 1.

Musical ratios, Poole, t, 289.



Naphtha f^om California tar, iii, 242.
Rangoon petroleum, iii, 261.
Naphthalin, Vohl's test for, vi, 130.
Narcotine, and its decomposition pro-
ducts, 1, 266.
National Academy of Sciences, i, 423 ; ii,

287, 431.
Nature, a new weekly, viii, 462; ix, 287
Natural Selection, Wallace on, noticed, 1,

142.
Naturaliste Canadien, noticed, vii, 296.
Naval Observatory, Beport on the Eclipse,

ix, 134.
Navassa, Oaussoin on, noticed, ii, 439.
Nebraska, geoL survey of, iv, 284.
Negro instruments, Innes, i, 140.
Neumann's apparatus for deteimining ve-
locity of sound, ii, 417.
Neurine, v, 258.

Neutral point, Brewster's, Chaae^ iv, 70,
Newberry^ J. 5., China coal formati(m, ii,
161.
extinct N. A. floras, vi, 401.
Oed. of basin of great Lakes, ix,
111.
old water courses, ix, 267.
on Chinese coal fossils, iii, 284.
on Ohio geoL survey, ix, 400.
on the oil region of Indian creek,
etc., Ky., i, 284.
Newcomby S.^ Hansen on the Mo(m's con-
stitution, vi, 376.

inequalities in Moon's mean motion,
I 183.

mode of observing transits of Ve-
nus, 1, 74.

on observation of corona, etc., dur-
ing a total eclipse, vii, 413.
New England, eastern, geol of. Hunt, 1,

83.
Kewton, H. A.y Astronomical abstracts,
iv, 127, 287, 426.
Hamilton's Quaternions, ii, 438.



Newton^ H. A., recent oontribntioaB to
astro-meteorologv, iii, 286.

Shooting Stars, i, 68, 192, 273; n,
429; iii, 78, 276; iv, 426; v, 78, 2%S;
vii, 118, 399; ix, 244.
Watson's A8tron(»ny, vi, 146.
recent auroras. 1, 146.
New York, notice of paleontology of, by
Hall, iv, 142. 276.
Regents of Univ., 20th Rep., vi, 262.
Nichols, W, /?., chromites of magnesium,

vii, 16.
Nickel and cobalt, separation of, ii, 254.
manufacture, products of, ix, 366.
nitrite of, EfirAnaain, iii, 248.
^tdt^, «/:, bibliography, iii 99.

correspondence of, i, 103; iii, 89;
iv, 66.

obituary of vii, 434.
Niles^ W. Ky Burlington limestone for-
mations, ii, 96.
Niobium and its compounds, i, 111, 397 ;

V, 393, 396.
Nitrification, JohnsoTiy vii, 234.
Nitrites, monatomic, iii, 388.

of c(^alt and nickel, iii, 248.
Nitrogen in peat^ Schultsenstdit on, ii,
132.
pentoxyd of, preparation of, 1, 112.
Nitrogiucose, Lea, v, 381.
Nitroprusfflds, formation of, viii, 406.
Nobert's test-plate. Woodward, vi, 352.
nineteen band, viii, 169.
review of Stodder on, SulUvant,
vi. 347.
Nodal figures in organ-pipes, iii, 252.
Nomenclature, MineralogicaJ, Dana, iv,

146, 436.
Norite, Hunt, ix, 180, 398.
North Polar expedition, Swedish, viii,

227.
Norton^ W. A., Astronomy noticed, iv,
295. ,

corona in nolar eclipses, 1, 260.
molecular physics, i, 61, 196; vi,
167 ; ix, 24
Norwood, U. S., Mammoth Cave of Ken-
tucky, noticed, 1, 439.
Nova Scotia Institute, Proceedings of; i,
144.
Laurentian rocks of 1, 132.
mines and minemls of^ ii, 123.
Novara, Reports on expeditioD of; i, 430.
Nugent's optics, noticed, vi, 436.



Obituary —
Amott, O. A. W.. vi, 273 ; vii, 14o.
Bache, A. D., iii, 282.
Berg, 0., V, 124.
Blunts E., ii, 433.



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Obituabt—
Brande, W. T., i, 428.
Brewster, D., v, 284
Bridges, T., i, 266.
Burkhardt, J., iii, 283.
Cassin, J., vii, 291.
Cotting, J. R., V, 141.
Cuming, H., i, 265.
Dana, S. L., t, 424.
Daubeny, C. t, 124, 272.
Day, Jeremiah, iv, 291.
Delessert, F., vii, 140.
Dewey, C, v, 122.
Encke, J F., iii, 10.
Engel, 0. Gr. F., v, 282.
Erdmann, A. J., ix, 144.
Erdmann, 0. L., iz, 144.
Falconer, H., i, 264.
Faraday, M, iv, 293; v, 146; vi,

180.
Featherstonhaugh, G. W., iii, 136.
Forbes, J. D , vU, 294.
Forohhammer, i, 284.
Gktsparini, t, 124
Gibbes, R. W., ii, 436.
Giraud, J. P , Jr., 1, 293.
Goldsehmidt, H., iii, 89.
Gould, A. A , ii, 434.
Graham, T., ix, 144.
Greville, R. K., ii, 277.
Halliday, A. H., 1, 294.
HamUton, W. R., il 293.
Harvey, W. H., ii, 129, 273.
Hayes, Ezekiel, iv, 139.
Hooker, W. J., i, 1, 266.
Homes, M., yii, 294.
Jones, G., ix, 284.
Junghuhn, F. W., i, 263.
Jukes, J. B.. viii, 296.
Kennioott R.. ii, 436.
Kotschy, T., v, 124.
Kruger, H., i, 263.
Lerebouillet, D. A., i, 110.
Lessing, C. F., i, 263.
Lindley, J., i, 265.
Magnus, G., ix, 442.
Mandon, G., v, 124.
Mann, H., vii, 143.
Matners. R. H., 1, 150.
V. Martius, C. F. P., vii, 288.
Matteucci, vi, 286.
Mattheissen A, 1, 437.
Mettenius, G. H., v, 123.
Miller, W. A, 1, 437.
Mitchell, W., vii, 434.
Montague, J. F. C, i, 267.
Nickl^, J., vii, 434.
Page, C. G., vi, 149; viii, 1.
Paxton, J., i, 264.
Peabody, G., viii, 441.
Pedersen, J., 1, 436.
Pelouze, T. J., iv, 137.



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OBrnjAHT—

Pickett, E. J., iv, 292.

Pluoker, J., vi, 149.

Poeppig, E., vii, 142.

Porter, J. A., ii, 290.

Reeve, L., i, 283.

Richardson, J., i, 265.

Ridden, J. L., i, 141, 267.

Rogers, H. D., ii, 136.

Rosing, A, vi, 148.|

RoHse, Lord, t, 142.

Swmann, L., ii, 435.

Sars, ix, 144.

Sartwell, H. P., v, 121.

Schacbt, H., i, 264.

Scheele, A., i, 264.

Schlechtendal, D. F. L., v, 124.

Schomburgh, R. H., i, 264.

Schott, H., i, 264.

Schultz, C. H., V, 272.

Shumard, B. F., viii, 294.

Siibermano, J. F., i, 103.

Strong, T., vii, 293.

Sturm, J. W., i 264.

Treviranus, L. C, i, 264.

Turozaninow, N., i 263.

Uhler, W. M., I 429.

Unirer, F., ix, 410.

Ward, N. B., vi, 278; vii, 141.

Whewell, W., i, 428.
Observatory of Chioigo, i, 140.
Ocean currenta OrftU^ 1, 118.

life in depths of, vi, 409, 413 ; viii,

451; ix, 129,415.
on the currents of^ ix, 413.
temperature of, at depths, ix, 410.
Oocultator, Gibbea vii, 191.

description of, ffUl vi, 299.
Ohio, geol survey of^ viii, 417.

peat-bed imderlying drift in, 1, 54.
nepulchral mound in. Marshy ii, 1.
Oil, drying of; Mulder, iv, 428.

illuminating, from California tar, SU-

Uman, iii, 242.
see also Petroleum.
Olmsted's Astronomy, Snell's ed,, ii, 139.
Onondaga springs, Goessmannj ii, 21 1,368.
Optical notices, GibbSj 1, 45.

SeeLigfU.
Ordway^ J. if[, Assmuss on distUlation,

V, 274.
Schiltzenberger*8 treatise on dyeing,

iu, 421.
Organic substances, artificial formation

of, WiUiatna, vi, 827.
Organisms, living, observations and ex-
periments on, in heated water, Wyman^

iv, 152; 1, 391, Brewer; vi, 31, Wood
Omithosauria, Seeley^ noticed, 1, 134.
Ortariy J„ Andes of Quito, v, 90.

and the Amazon, noticed, 1, 294.
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Orion^ J.f obseiratlons on the Andes and

Amazon, vl 203
Orton. Kj on Peat-bed beneath drift in

Ohio, I, 54, 293.
Ostrich, acclimatization of, i, 109.
Owen^ R.f On Life and Species, vii, 33.
Cavern of Bruniquel, 1, 429.
on the Dimorphodon, 1, 424.
Equines of South America, 1, 424.
Otom^ Bichardf rock-salt, New Iberia, La.,

ii, 120.
Oxalic acid, synthesis of, Berihdot, v, 249.
Ozydizing mixture of nitric add and
dilorate ofpotassiiun. Storer, viii 190.
Oxygen, electrized, second research on,
ifeUsner, abstract of. Barker ^ 1, 213.
new metiiod for, ill, 389.
Ozone, density of, Soret, ir. 108.

from rapid combustion, Loew^ ix,
369; Than, 1, 256.
researches on, Meismer^ 1, 151, 213.
prod, of in rapid combustion, 1, 255.
thallous oxyd, test for, yiii, 410.



Packard^ A, 5., Drift of Labrador, i, 30.
glaciers in White Mt valleys, iii, 42.
I Guide to study of Insects, noticed, vi,
274; ix, -.'86.
Amer. Entomology for 18<'»9, 1, 431.
Page, C. G., obituary of, vi, 149 ; viii, 1.
Paine^ J. A,^ Jr.^ catalogue of plants by,
noticed, i, 130.
Soolopendrium ofBdnarum, ii, 281.
Palseads, Haime, Msek^ Verrill, iv, 419.
Paleontology, vegetable, by W. C. Schim-
per, notic-ed, viii, 272.
see also Geology and Zoology,
Palladium and hydrogen, Graham on,

vii, 417.
Paraffin, products of oxyd of, GUI and

MeriB^ viii, 416.
Parasitism. Crustacean, VerriU, iv, 126.
Piiris Exposition, Barnard's report on, ix,

176.
Parker^ H. fT, on carbolizing birds, 1, 283.
Parker^ J. i>., earthquake in Kansas, v,

129.
Parhhwrst^ photo-mapper, iz, 37.

star-mapper, viii. 163.
Parks of Colorado, iv, 361.
Parlatore, essay on cotton, noticed, iii, 272.
on botani^ method, iii, 278.
on Coniferse, iii, 272.
Parry's report on Kansas Pacific R. R.

route, vii, 112.
Paxton, J., obituary of, i, 264.
Peabody Acad. Nat Sci, memoirs, vii,
436. I

Peabodv, G., gifts of, ii, 433 ; ui, 131, 414.|
olntuary of, viii, 442.



Peat bed beneath drift in Ohio, OrUm, I,

54.
Peat, Johnson on, noticed, ii, 439.

nitrogen in, ScAuZtemtfietn, ii, 132.
of Chatham Is., i, 123.
Peckham^ S. F.. California petroleum
samples, iii, 345.

apparatus for anal3r8is of petrdeum,
iv, 230.
distillation of hydrocarbons, vii, 9.
on bitumens and the fbnnatioQ of
asphaltum, viii, 181.
on origin of Albertite, viii, 362.
Pedersen, J., obituary, 1, 436.
Pelouze, T. J., obituary of, iv 1 37.
PeTigeUyy W.j exploration of Kent's car-

em, Devon., iii, H72.
Penrose, method of predicting occulta-

tions, etc., by, noticed, viii, 449.
PerfViaiery, art of^ noticed, iv. 141.
Perkins, G. H,. moUuscan fauna of New
Haven, ix, 276.
on a land-slide, ix, 158.
Perrey, A., on earthquakes, nolioed, v,
268.
sale of library of ii, 290.
Perry^ J. B., geol of W. Vermont, vii,

341.
Petermann, A., Gulf Stream, etc, noticed,

1,295.
Peters^ C. K F., asteroids discovered by,
ii, 135; (HI), 1, 286; viii, 40©.

elements of asteroid (85), i, 277;
(109), ix, 277; (111), I, 482; (112), 1,
409.
Petit, Trait6 d* Astronomic, iii, 99.
Tetroleum, apparatus for analysis ol^
Peckham, iv, 230.

California, falsified samptes of, Pedk-
ham, iii, 345; SiUiman iii, 246.
geoL relations of Andrews, ii, 33.
in Canada, WincheO, i, 176.
Mexico. Orowther, vi, 147.
New a Wales, Oarke, ii, 267.
Russia, ii, 272.

S. Kentucky and Tenn., Saj/ord, u,
104.
of Archangel and Zante, i, 427.
on Allegheny river, Lesley ^ ii, 123.
or oil well'<, position of, Ledey, i, 139.
origin o^ Lesquereux on, ii, 264.
region of, in Ky., yewberry, i, 284.
synthesis of, Berthelot, iii, 251.
upHH; of W. Virginia, Evans^ ii, 334.
see also Hydrocarbons.
Pfeil, F. S., ammonium-amalgitm, ii, 72.
Phillips, J. A., geology of CaHfomia gold
fields, vii, 134.

on mining and metallurgy of gold
and silver, noticed, SUIAikm, vi, 134.
Philological convention, American, vii,
287.



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Phin, J., Chemical History of the Six days Pook^ K W., on musical ratios, ▼, 289.



of Creation, 1, 294.

Phosphate fh)m W. Indies, Sh^fford^ v'u,
428.

Phosphoric acid, iit 109.

in diaspore. Shepard^ 1, 96.
and molybdic acids, vi, 397.

Phosphorus, terchlorid of, action of alco-
hols on, iii, 389.

Photo-chemistry, a theory of, Xco, iv, 71

Photograph of bolar prominence, Young,
1,404.

Photogpraphy, a new light for, i, 427.
see aJso Light and Photo-Micography.

Photoheliograph, work done with, at
Kew observatory, ix, 431.

Photo-mapper, Parkhursty ix, 37.

Photometric experiments. Rood, ix, 145 ;

Photo-micrography, calcium light in,
Woodwardy 1, 366.

magnesium and electric lights'
in. Woodward, ii, 189 ; ix, 294. |

Physician's problems, Elam, n<»ticed, ix,
444. j

Physics, molecular, etc., Norton, i, 61,
196; ix, 24. j

notes on. Mayer, viii, 151. |

Physiological chemistry, notices of papers
in. Barker, yi, 233, 379; viii, 49. I

Phyf-iology, MarshallV, noticed, vii, 151,'
435. I

Pickering, E. (7., forms of spectroscope,'
V, 301.
Solar eclipse, viii, 425.
Pickett, £. J., obituary of; iv, 292.
Pigoaux, on tlie Leporide, v, 127.
Pl-ani, P., Comptoir mineralogique of, iii,
116.
on corundophilite, i, 394.
taltalite, iii, 407.
Planets, discovery of, Watson, iv, 426.
new, Peters, viii, 400.
secular perturbations of; HaU, \, 370.
see also Asteroids.
Plants, assimilation of nitrogenous bodies
by, JoJuison, i, 27.
of California, dried, iv, 123.
see Botany,
Platinum compounds, Schneider, viii, 411 ;

ix, 109.
Pludcer, J., obituary of; vi, 149.
Poeppig, E., obituary of, vii, 142.
Poisons, Wormley*s micro-chemistry of;

noticed, iv, 140.
Polarity in animals, and polyoephalism,
Clark, ix. 69.
mechanical. Chase, i, 90.
Polarization, skylight, in Nebraska, v, 96.
Ponoelet Traits des propri^t^ des figures,

iii, 99.
Poole, if. W., harmony in music, iv, 1.



Pope. F. L., Manual of Electric telegraph
by, noticed, viii, 150.

Population, decreasing increase of, iii, 141.

Porter, J. A., obituary of, ii, 290.

Porter, &, vowel elements, ii, 167, 303.

Portland Soa Nat JUat, Proceedmgs,
vii, 436.

Potassio-platinlc oxy-sulpho-platino-stan-
nate, viii, 412.

Pourtales, L F., Ciinoids, etc.. firom deep
sea dredginjs. noticed, viii, 451.
Gulf-stream fauna, vi, 409, 413.

Prairies, A. Fendkr on, i, 154.

Precession-period in chronolo{:y, 1, 172.

Precipitatea app. for ooUecting and wash-
ing, in test-tubes, McDonald, iv, 188.
gelatinous, CJiatard, I, 247.
washing of. Bunsen, vii, 321.

Premium offered by the Netherland Soa,
etc., ix, 284.

Prizes for discovery of oomete, ix, 442.

Proceedings of Societies viii, 152, 298,
451.

Proctor, R, A., star-drift, ix, 436.

Protidmites, new species of, fh)m Pots-
dam sandstono. Marsh, viii, 46.

Protozoa, Clarke, ii, 320.

PwnpeUy, K, delta-plain of China, and
chnnges of Tell.. w R., v, 219.
geol. observ. in China, eta, i, 145.
Geol. vof China, etc., hy, noticed, iii,
408.

Pynchon^s Chemical Physic«, noticed, ix,
443.



Quaternions. Hamilton's elements of, ii«

438.
Quicksilver mine, Santa Barbara, v, 5.
Almaden, Spain, v, 9.

B

Radical?, organic, metals in, Berthelot, ii,

256.
Railroed between Atlantic and Pacific,

iv, 381.
Bain-faU affected by the moon, Chase, vi,

281 ; Hennessey, vi, 283.
BamrneU^g, on position of thallium. 1,

103.
Ramsay, Ge<^ of N. Wales, noticed, ii,

265.

Rand, T D., ivigtlte, vi, 400.
Ranking's Medical Abstract, noticed, vi,

286.
Rath, G. v., Mineralogical oontributions,

noticed, ix, 401 ; 1, 270.
Raihke, properties of selenium, 1, IIL



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Raulin, V., secular vaiiatioiis of terres
trial mag:neti8m, noticed, iv, 143.

Baupach, 0. R, earthquake at St Thom-
as, V, 134.

BawHruon^ H. (7., changes m the Aral
sea, iv, 133

Baymond, R, TT., Report on mineral re-
sources hy, viii, 136.

Reale Ck>mitato geologico d^Italia, iz, 401

JUdfiddy J. if., Bahamas hurricane, 1 866,
vii, 116.

Reemelin on wine-making, yi, 432.

Reeve. L., obituary of, I 283.

Bekhardt^ recovery of uranium. 1, 113.

Beimann on aniline, iz, 142.

Bernhardt on Brazil bone-caves, vl 264.

Reliquise Aquitanice. noticed, ii. 291 ; vi,
287; vii, 151, 279; viii, 136; ix, 144;
1, 162.

Bemond A.^ geol of N. Mexico, ii, 161.
notes on S. American geology, iii
114.

Repsoid circle, Ahbe^ iii, 207. 309.

Reptiles, Mosasauroid of New Jersey,
Mainh viii, 392.
serpent, fh)m N. J., MarBh^ viii, 397.

Beptilia, Batrachia, etc, of N. America,
Copey viii, 461 ; 1, 160.

Reptilian remains, Cope^ ii, 426 ; vi, 263.
416; viii, 278; ix 390; 1, 140, 268.

Beu88, paragenesis of minerals, ii, 271.

Richa^son, J., obituary of, i, 265.

Bkhthofen^ v., China explorations, 1, 149,
410.

sjTStem of volcanic rocks, noticed, v,
267.

Riddell, J. L., obituary of, i, 141, 267.

Rock-ralt, in Louisiana, Goesamann^s re
port, lit 284.

R<X!ks, lifted and subsided, of America, 1,
136.

Rocky Mt expedition, Marsh, 1, 292.
scenenr, sun-pictures of, Hoyden
noticed, 1, 126.

Rocky Mts., explorations in, Whitney^ ix,
398.

Marah, 1, 292.
supposed absence of drift from Pa-
cific slope of, Brown, 1, 318.

Bodgera, J., tides of Tahiti, i, 161.

BodSnan, C. S,^ analyses of turgite, iv,
219.

Boemer, spider fh>m coal formation, ii,
123.

Bogera, W. A,, Asteroid (109), ix, 141,
428.

personal equation in transit obser-
vations, vii, 397.

Rogers, W. B., Pre& of Inst of Technol-
ogy, i, 141.

Rogers, H. D., library and geological spe-
cimens of, iii, 419.



Rogers, H. D., obituary of, ii, 136.
Rolfe and Oillet's Cambridge Physics, vi,
286.
Handbook of Chemistry, vii, 294.
Bood, 0. N^ tint from mixing blue and
yellow, i, 369.

thermo-electric currents by percus-
sion, il 12.

on measuring average size of fine
particles, iii, 104.

on the ddschaige of a Leyden jar
with the induction coil, viii, 163.

photometric experiments, Part L ix,
145; Partll, 1, 1.
Boepper, W, 1!, minerals from N. J., 1, 35.
Boot, E, W.y enargite fh>m Califomia, vi,
201.
Wilsonite, v, 47.
Roscoe's Chemis^, noticed, iii, 1 37.

Spectrum Analysis, noticed, ix, 389.
Rosing A., obituary of vi, 148.
Rosse, Lord, obituary of, v, 142.

Lunar Radiator, viii 436.
Boufky, 8,, theory of vision, vi, 163, 430.
Royal Oeographical Soa, extracts from
Murchisou's address, v. 14.
Society of London, ix, 442.
Rumford medal to A. Clark, il 136.
Russia, central observatory of^ ii, 286.

petroleum in, ii, 272
Russian America, geography of^ iv, 379;
Bfake, v, 242.
American explorations, DaUf v, 96.



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SadOer, S. P., Fischer's salt, ix 189.
Ssmann, L., obituary of, iii, 435.
Safdy, B„ on mastodon remains, ii, 426.
Safford^ J. M.. geology of Tennessee by,
noticed, i, 409; vui, 416.
petroleum in S. Kentucky, ii, 104.
Tennessee geological Report, no-
ticed, vi, 436.
Safibrd, T. H.. in diarge of Chicago ob-
servatory, i, 140.
Salisbury, B A., Qenera Plantarmn, ii,

280.
Salmon, aodimatization and vitality of^ i,

109.
Salt, chemistry of^ Goeaamanny ix, 78.
deposit of, in Louisiana, Owen, fi,
120; Hilgard,vu, 77.
Salt springs, Onondaga, Ooeaamamm, ii,

211
Satter, Lingula fiags of Wales, i, 262.
Sara, Miehasl, Memoires des Crinoids
vivanti*, of, noticed, viii, 142.
on Quaternary of Norway, i, 286.
obituary of, ix, 144.
fbnd for, ix, 283.
Sartwell, H. P., obituary of, ▼, 12L



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Sati88ure*s Nat Hist, of Mexico and An-
tilles, Dodced. ii, 285.
Scarlet, on a pure, DaU, I, 291
Schiaparelirs theory of meteors, iii, 291.
Schlectendahl, obituary of, v, 124.
Schneider, new sulphur salts, ix, 108, 263.
platinum compounds, ix, 109. I

Schoolcraft, sale of minerals, eta, of, yiii,

440.
SchorlemmeTj new hydrocarbons, iii, 108.
SohoHj C, A,y U. S. magnetic declination,

i, 149.
Schraufy A.^ determination of atomic

weights by optical means', iv, 113.
Schultz, 0. H., obituary of; v, 272.
Schwabe. on sun-spots, etc., iy, 287.
Schutzenberger on dyeing, noticed, iii,
421.

researches on platinum, 1, 144.
Scorpion, fossil, Meek ond WorPien tI, 19.
Seudder;, S. K, entomological corres-
pondence of Harris, yiii, 143.
mole-crickets, vi, 417.
N. American Orthoptera, yii, 436.
on Neuroptera, iii, 411.
carboniferous insects, yi, 419.
Sea, see Ocean.

Seal, habits of, etc., noticed, 1, 431.
Seasons origin uf, Moeaman, noticed, viii,

150.
Seoohi^s L'Unita delle Forze, noticed, iv,

143.
SeOey, H. (?., Omithopsis. ix, 393.
Umithosauria, noticed, 1, 134.
Index to fossil remains in the Wood-
wardian Museum, noticed, 1, 134.
on Owen's Dimorphodon, 1, 426.
Selenium, properties of, Raihke, \ 111
Serret, Oours d'Algdbre, iii, 99.
Shades and shadows, Warren's problems

in, noticed, iv, 139.
Sharpies, S. P., analysis of minerals, ii,
271.
chemical tables by, iii, 139.
minerals fh>m Chester Co , Pa., vii,
819.
new salt of csdsium, vii, 178
precipitation of antimonons sulphid
fh>m boiling solutions, I 248.
Sha/rawood, WI, on the discovery that

Unios are sensitive to light, ix, 422.
Sheffield Laboratory contributions, i, 246 ;
ii, 196; iii, 200, 361; iv, 219; v, 34;
vi, 230, 240.
Shepard^ C. 17., jS^., rahtite, eta, i, 209.
meteor near Charieston, i, 276.
corundophylite and paracolnmbite,
ii, 91. 92, 269, 421.
mineral notices, ii, 246.
meteoric-iron, localities, ii, 249, 347
classiflCHtion of meteorites, iii, 22.
supposed tadpole nests, iii, 99.



Shqpa^d, C. 17., Sr„ Cohahuila meteoric
iron, iii, 384.
Corundophilite, Chester, vi, 266.
on aquacreptite, vi, 256.
meteorite from Georgia, vi, 267.
new U. S. meteorites, vii, 230
origin of S. Carolina phosphate form-
ation, vii, 338.

new mineral phosphate fVom W. L,
vu, 428.
mineralogical contribution, I, 90.
on ambrosite, 1, 273.
on the Guanape Island guano and
its minerals, 1, 273.
Shepa/rd, C, U.^ Jr., S. Carolina nodular

phosphates, vii, 364.
Shiroper, W. P., Vegetable physiology by,

noticed, vii, 272.
Shooting Stars, 1866, Nov., Newton, i, 68,
273.

Aug, 1866, ii, 286, 429.

1866, Nov., Newton, iii, 78, 276,
413.

1867, May. iv, 129; July, Kwk-
wood, iv, 288; Aug., Newton, iv, 426;
Nov., Newton, v, 78, 226.

Aug., 1868, Newion, vii, 287.
Nov. 1868, Newton, vii, 118, 399.
1869, Nov., ix, 244.
connection with comets, iv, 128.
fan of, June 19, 1866, Boudim-
ger, iv, 131.

in the southern hemisphere, iv,
429.

Nov. ori)it of; Adamt, iv, 127.
Nov., 1866, spectra of, v, 279.
proportions as given by difibr-
ent observers, Newton, i, 192.

recent investigations of, Newton,
iii, 286.

treatise on, by Eirkwood, no-
ticed, iv, 428.

see also Ifefeorv.
Skufddl, O. A., sources of great Lakes,

iii, 193.
Skumard, R F., Catalogue of Paleozoic
fossils, noticed, i, 124, 410.
paleozoic fossfls, noticed, ii, 118.
collections of, viii, 294.
Cretaceous of Texas, by, noticed, ii,
123.
obituary of, viii, 294, 442.
Siemens, electric machine of, iii, 386.
Siberia, tent life in, etc., noticed, 1, 438.
Silbermann, J. F., obituary of, i, 103.
^cates, anhydrous, relation between
p^portions of alkmlies and amount of
oMctk, Dana, v, 109.

chemical formulas of, Dana, iv, 263,
398.

determination of protoxyd of iron in,
Cooke, iv, 847.



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Saido add etherBi I^riedd and Or<0a^ Hi,
155, 331. I

Silicon, carbon replaced by, ii, 255.

combinations of. with alcohol-radi-
cals, Friedel and Orc^, iz, 307. I
graphitxndal, crjat of, MtUer, i, 108.'
hydrid of; iv, 107. i
iodid of, lYieda, vi 398.
new oompoonds of, iv, 105.
oxychlorid ot, vi, 125.
SiUiman^ R^ Sr,, Weaton meteor, 1807,

vii. 1.
SUUman A, on Arizona, i, 289.
Ghiy-Lu88ite, NeTada, ii, 220.
naphtha and illuminating oil from
California tar, iii, 242.

note on petroleum analysed by, iii,
245; Peckham,m, 345.

Grass Valley gold-miniug district, iv,
236.

peculiar mode of occurrence of gold

and silver, v, 92.

mastodon in California, v, 378.

Phillips on gold-minin^r, noticed by,

vi, 134.

American Assoc, meeting, vi, 275.

transformatioii of Siredoo, vi, 421.

illuminating power of gas, mixed

with air, viii, 40.

on WoUongongite, viii, 85.

relation of the hght from gas to the

volume consumed, iz, 17.

on flame-temperatures, iz, 339.

note on Mr. Stimpson^s paper on

Farmer's Theorem, 1, 377.

on the determination of the Photo-
metric power of a rich gas by dilu-
tion, eta, 1, 379.
SiUiman^ J, J£, spectroscopic examina<

tion of the Bes^mer flame, 1, 297.
Silk, solution of, i, 427.
Silver-mines of Chihuahua, iz, 161.

mining, Phillips on, noticed, vi, 134
Silver, sulphuret of, Blake^ iii, 126.
Silvering upon glass, iii, 262.
Siredon, metamorphosis of, Marshy vi,

364, 436; SUliman, vi, 421.
Simnonda, Anthradte rocks of Alps, ill,
409.
Chart of N. W. Italy, iii, 116.
Sitka, scientific party for, iv, 291.
Sky. color of; T\fndati, viii, 258.
Skylight polarization in Nebraska, (T^om,

iv, 265.
Smiihf K IT., ezperiments with fluid
jets, V, 419.

resolution of sounding flames, v,
421, 422.

Smithj iT. L., on a microscopic finger, i,
331.

note on illumination of opake ob-
jects under the microscope, i, 424.



Smiihf E L,f new binocular eye-pieoe«
v,42.

on the spectropcopic A«ifninfttu» of



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