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Composition of certain Mesozoic igneous rocks of Virginia.

[1890.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 2, 1891, xiv, 339-347.
Campbell, H[enry] D[onald], & Howe, James Lewis. See

Howe & Campbell.
Campbell, H. H. The physical and chemical equations of

the open-hearth process. [With discussion.] [1890-91.]

Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 19, 1891, 128-187 ; 20,

1892, 227-232.

The open-hearth process. [With discussion.] [1893.]

Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 22, 1894, 345-511, 679-

696.
Specifications for structural steel. [With discussion.]

Amer. Soc. Civ. Engin. Trans., 33, 1895, 297-404.

The physical qualities of acid open-hearth nickel



steel, as compared with carbon steel of similar tensile

strength. Amer. Soc. Ciy. Engin. Trans., 34, 1895,

285-293.
Campbell, H . J. The vital unit of animals and plants ;

the cell, its life history, structure and functions. [1894.]

Leicester Soc. Trans., 3, 1895, 324-326.
Campbell, Harry. The physiology of the emotions.

Nature, 56 (1897), 305-307.
The resistance to the blood-flow. [1898.] Jl. PhysioL,

23, 1898-99, 301-309.
Campbell, Harry, & Bramwell, Edwin. Myasthenia

gravis. Brain, 23, 1900, 277-336.
Campbell, J[nhn] E[dward]. Note on the simultaneous



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transformation of two quadratic functions. Messenger
Math., 21, 1892, 78-83. .

Note on the maximum number of arbitrary points



which can be double points on a curve, or surface, of

any degree. Messenger Math., 21, 1892, 158-164.
Notes on determinants. [1892. J London Math. Soc.

Proc., 24, 1893, 67-79.
On the shortest path consisting of straight lines

between two points on a ruled quadric. Messenger

Math., 23, 1894, 130-136.

On the motion of a body under no forces. Messenger
Math., 23, 1894, 144.

On a law of combination of operators bearing on the
theory of continuous transformation groups. [1897.]
London Math. Soc. Proc., 28, 1897, 381-390; 29, 1898,
14-32.

Transformations which leave the lengths of arcs on
surfaces unaltered. London Math. Soc. Proc., 29, 1898,
249-264.

Note on the theory of continuous groups. N. Y. ,
Amer. Math. Soc. Bull., 4, 1898, 407-408.

On the transformations which do not alter the
equation



Messenger Math., 28, 1899, 97-102.
On the theory of simultaneous partial differential
equations. [1898.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 31, 1900,
235-263.

On the types of linear partial differential equations of



the second order in three independent variables which are

unaltered by the transformations of a continuous group.

N. Y., Amer. Math. Soc. Trans., 1, 1900, 243-258, 509.
Campbell, / . Hayes-. See Cusliman & Hayes-Campbell.
Campbell, J. MacNauglit. The occurrence of the hooded

seal (Cystophora cristata, Erxleben) in Benbecula. Ann.

Scott. Nat. Hist., 1892, 85-87.
On the appearance of the brown rat (Mus decumanus,

Pallas) on Ailsa Craig. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1892,

132-134.

Supposed cannibalism in the slow-worm (Anguis

fragilis, L.). Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1892, 271.
The swordfish (Xiphius gladius, L.) in the Firth of

Forth. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1893, 247.

Iron crows' nests. Nature, 50 (1894), 125.

Campbell, J[ohn] Morrow, & Henderson, George Gerald.

See Henderson & Campbell.

Campbell, J. R. Pure cultures for Cheddar cheese-
making. Highland Soc. Trans., 10, 1898, 181-224;

11, 1899, 205-220.
Campbell, James. For biographical notice see Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 56, 1896, 189-191.
Campbell, James. A word about wasps. [1895.] Glasgow

Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 4, 1897, 265-267.
Campbell, (Col.) John. The distribution of birds included

in the avi-fauna of Perthshire. [1894.] Perthsh. Soc.

Sci. Trans. & Proc., 2, 1898, 101-119.
Increase and decrease of certain species of birds in

the Tay area. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1899, 198-206.
On the protection of wild birds in Perthshire. [1898.]

Perthsh. Soc. Sci. Trans. & Proc., 3, 1903, 18-25.
Campbell, John Francis. For biography and works see

Geol. Mag., 2, 1885, 191-192; Scott. Natlist., 8, 1885-86,

241.
Campbell, John H. For biographical notice see Nautilus,

10, 1896-97, 116-117.
Notes on the genus Cyprsa. [1889.] Nautilus, 3,

1889-90, 10-11.
Mollusca of the United States. [1891.] Nautilus, 4,

1890-91, 101-104.
An important discovery, a new fossil Cypraaa.

[1892-93.] Nautilus, 6, 1892-93, 50-51 ; 7, 1893-94, 52.



Campbell, John L. For biographical notice see Amer. Jl.

Sci , 31, 1886,240.
Geology of the Blue Ridge near Balcony Falls, Virginia ;

a modified view. Amer. Jl. Sci., 28, 1884, 221-223.
Campbell, John P. On the action of peptone in preventing

blood coagulation. [1887.] Johns Hopkins Biol. Lab.

Stud., 4, 1887-90, 1-12.

Experiments on tetanus and the velocity of the con-
traction wave in striated muscle. [1888.] Johns Hopkins

Biol. Lab. Stud., 4, 1887-90, 123-145.
Notes on muscle physiology. [1888.] Johns Hopkins

Univ. Circ., 7 (1887-88), 84.
Campbell, John T. Topographical phenomena in Indiana.

Amer. Natlist., 18, 1884, 367-379.
Why certain kinds of timber prevail in certain localities.

Amer. 'Natlist., 19, 1885, 337-341.
A barometer for measuring separately the weight and

pressure of the air. Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 387-389.

Age of forest trees. Amer. Natlist., 19, 1885, 838-844.

Track of a cyclone which passed over western Indiana

more than three hundred years ago. Amer. Natlist., 20,

1886, 348-353.
Causes of forest rotation. Amer. Natlist. , 20, 1886,

521-527, 851-856.
Origin of the Loess. Amer. Natlist., 23, 1889, 785-

792.

Source of supply to lateral and medial glacial moraines.
Amer. Ass. Proc., 1891, 255-256.

Auroral display. Science, 20, 1892, 66-67.

Campbell, (Rev . ) Joseph. The gold-fields of the Hauraki

Peninsula, New Zealand. [With discussion.] [1896-97.]

N. Eng. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 46, 1898, 78-103, 141.
Campbell, Keith. An accessory segment in the pulmonary

valve. Jl. Anat. Physiol., 30, 1896, 347-348.
Campbell, Marins R. Geology of the Big Stone Gap coal

field of Virginia and Kentucky. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull.,

No. Ill, 1893, 106 pp.
Paleozoic overlaps in Montgomery and Pulaski

counties, Virginia. [1893.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 5,

1894, 171-190.
Tertiary changes in the drainage of southwestern

Virginia. Amer. Jl. Sci., 48, 1894, 21-29.
[Administrative] report. [1895.] U. S. Geol. Surv.

Kep., 1893-94, 151-153.
Drainage modifications and their interpretation. Jl.

Geol. (Chicago), 4, 1896, 567-581, 657-678.
Erosion at base level. [1896.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull.,

8, 1897, 221-226.

Eapid section- work in horizontal rocks. [1896.]
Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 26, 1897, 298-315.

Origin of certain topographic forms. [1896.] Jl.

Geol. (Chicago), 5, 1897, 323-324; Science, 5, 1897,



83-84.

Earthquake shocks in Giles Co., Va.



Science, 7,

1898, 233-235.

Stratigraphy of the Pottsville series in Kentucky.

[1899.] Science, 11, 1900, 140.
Campbell, Marins E., & Hayes, Charles Willard. See

Hayes & Campbell.
Campbell, Marius E., & Mendenhall, Walter C. Geologic

section along the New and Kanawha rivers in West

Virginia. [1896.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1895-96

(Pi. 2), 473-511.
Campbell, R[pbert] Neil. Ankylostomiasis in the Anda-

mans. Indian Med. Gaz., 35, 1900, 377-380.
Campbell, Robert. *On the composition for leave to an

assured to reside abroad. [I860.] Assur. Mag., 9, 1861,

167-170.
*0n the stability of results based upon average

calculations, considered with reference to the number of

transactions embraced. [I860.] Assur. Mag., 9, 1861,

216-234.
Campbell, (Rev.) Robert. Notes on the flora of Cap-a-

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L'Aigle. [1890-92.] Canad. Eec. Sci., 4, 1891, 54-68;
5, 1893, 38-40.

Specimens of British wild flowers in July and August.

Canad. Rec. Sci., 4, 1891, 309-315.

The flora of Montreal Island. [1892-1901.] Canad.

Rec. Sci., 5, 1893, 208-234; 6, 1896, 397-405; 7, 1897,

146-151; 8, 1902, 349-365.
Changes in the flora of Montreal Island. Canad. Rec.

Sci. , 5, 1893, 294-296.
Some of the rarer summer flowers of Canada. [1895.]

Canad. Rec. Sci., 6, 1896, 342-351.
Botany in the Island of Montreal. [1899.] Canad.

Rec. Sci., 8, 1902, 84-90.
The flora of the Rocky Mountains. [1900.] Canad.

Rec. Sci., 8, 1902, 163-192.
North American golden rods. [1900.] Canad. Rec.

Sci., 8, 1902, 192-195.
Campbell, (Rev.) Robert, & Gushing, Harold B. See

Gushing & Campbell.
Campbell, T. J. A tiger eating a bear. [1894.] Bombay

Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 9, 1894-95, 101.
Campbell, W. Note on crystallization produced in solid

metals by pressure. [1900.] London Phys. Soc. Proc.,

17, 1901, 337-338.
Campbell, W[illiam] W[allace]. Observations of Comet b

1889 (Barnard, March 31), made with the 12^-inch equa-
torial of the Detroit Observatory. [1889.] Astr. Jl., 8,

1889, 183-184 ; 9, 1890, 7.

Definitive determination of the orbit of Comet 1885 III.

Astr. Nachr., 120, 1889, 49-60.
Elements and ephemeris of Comet b 1889 (Barnard,

March 31). [1889.] Astr. Jl., 9, 1890, 6, 37, 94.
Ring-micrometer observations of Comet c 1888

(Brooks, August 7), made with the 12|-inch equatorial

of the Detroit Observatory. [1889.] Astr. Jl., 9, 1890,

38-39.
Elements and ephemeris of Comet c 1889 (Barnard).

[1889.] Astr. JL, 9, 1890, 46.
Ephemeris of Comet b 1889. [1889.] Astr. JL, 9,*

1890, 69.

Elements of Comet e 1889 (Davidson). [1889.] Astr.

JL, 9, 1890, 119.

Elements and ephemeris of Comet g 1889 (Borrelly).

Astr. Jl. , 9, 1890, 136.

Ephemeris of Comet g 1889 (Borrelly). Astr. JL, 9,

1890, 140.
Observations of Comet g 1889 (Borrelly), made with

the 6-inch equatorial of the Detroit Observatory. Astr.

JL, 9, 1890, 143-144.
Elements and ephemeris of Comet a 1890 (Brooks).

[1890.] Astr. Jl., 9, 1890, 184; 10, 1891, 12-13.
Observations of Comet a 1890 (Brooks), made with

the 6-inch equatorial of the Detroit Observatory. Astr.

JL, 9, 1890, 190; 10, 1891, 15-16.
Elements and ephemeris of Comet e 1890. Sidereal

Messenger, 9, 1890, 466; Astr. JL, 10, 1891, 134.
Ephemeris of Comet a 1890 (Brooks, March 19).

[1890.] Astr. JL, 10, 1891, 45-46, 98.
Observations of Comet b 1890 (Coggia) made on the

12-inch equatorial of the Lick Observatory. [1890.]

Astr. JL, 10, 1891, 54.
Corrections to WATSON'S Theoretical Astronomy. Astr.

Soc. Pacific Publ., 3, 1891, 87-91.
Nova Aurigse : [reappearance of 18 August 1892].

Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 3, 1891, 192.

Comet e 1891. [1891.] Astr. JL, 11, 1892, 56.

The reduction of spectroscopic observations of motions

in the line of sight. Astr. & Astrophys., 11, 1892, 319-

325.
The visible spectrum of Nova Auriga. Astr. & Astro-

pbys., 11, 1892, 529.
The spectrum of Comet a 1892 (Swift). Astr. &

Astrophys., 11, 1892, 698-700; Astr. JL, 11, 1892, 176.



Recent observations of Nova Aurigae. Astr. & Astro-
phys., 11, 1892, 715-719, 820-821; 12, 1893, 417-419;
Spettrosc. Ital. Mem., 21, 1893, 141-144.

The spectrum of Nova Auriga in February and March,
1892. Astr. & Astrophys., 11, 1892, 799-811.

[Comet e 1892, Barnard Oct. 12.] [1892.] Astr. &

Astrophys., 11, 1892, 835; Astr. JL, 12, 1893, 95.

The motion of Nova Aurigae. Astr. & Astrophys., 11,
1892, 881-882; Astr. Nachr., 131, 1893, 205-206.

New elements and ephemeris of Comet e 1891 (Barnard,

Oct. 2). Astr. JL, 11, 1892, 111-112; 12, 1893, 144.
Observations of the occupation of Mars Sept. 3, 1892,

at Mount Hamilton. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 4, 1892,

194.
The spectrum of Nova Aurigaa. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 4, 1892, 231-247 ; Astr. & Astrophys., 12, 1893,

722-729; Astr. Nachr., 131, 1893, 201-206.
Comets of 1892 and their spectra. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 4, 1892, 248-250.
Elements of Comet e 1892 (Barnard, Oct. 12). Astr.

Soc. Pacific Publ., 4, 1892, 265.
New elements and ephemeris of Comet e 1892 (Barnard,

Oct. 12). [1892.] Astr. Jl., 12, 1893, 111.
Observations of Mars and his satellites, made with the

36-inch equatorial. [1892.] Astr. JL, 12, 1893, 137-

139.
The spectra of HOLMES' and BEOOKS' comets (/ and d

1892). Astr. & Astrophys., 12, 1893, 57.
Observations of Nova Aurigae from Nov. 9 to Dec. 14,

1892. Astr. & Astrophys., 12, 1893, 149.

The spectrum of y Argus. Astr. & Astrophys., 12,

1893, 555-556.

The spectrum of Comet b 1893 (Rordame). Astr. &

Astrophys., 12, 1893, 652-653.
Hydrogen envelope of the star DM. + 30 3639. Astr.

& Astrophys., 12, 1893, 913-914; Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ.,

5, 1893, 204-205 ; Astr. Nachr., 134, 1894, 133-134.
Preliminary note on the spectrum of the Orion nebula.

Astr. & Astrophys. ,12, 1893, 927 ; Astr. Nachr. , 134, 1894,

211-212.
The spectra of Comets 1892. ..(Holmes Nov. 6) and

1892... (Brooks Aug. 28). Astr. Nachr., 131, 1893, 211-

212.

The spectrum of Comet 1893...(Rordame-Qu6nisset).
Astr. Nachr., 133, 1893, 149-152.

Concerning the nature of Nova (T) Aurigae's spectrum.

Astr. Nachr., 133, 1893, 337-342.

Note concerning the accuracy of wave-length deter-
minations in Nova (T) Aurigae's spectrum. Astr. Nachr.,

133, 1893, 395-398.
Comet Holmes. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 5, 1893,

93-94.
The spectrum of HOLMES' comet. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 5, 1893, 99-100.
Classification of stellar spectra. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 5, 1893, 102-103.
The visible spectrum of y Argus. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 5, 1893, 106.
The spectrum of Comet b 1893. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 5, 1893, 145-147.
Comparison of the new star spectrum with the spectra

of five well-known nebulae. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 5,

1893, 147-152.
The red star DM. + 364025. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 5, 1893, 177; 6, 1894, 64.
The driving clock of the 36-inch equatorial. Astr.

Soc. Pacific Publ., 5, 1893, 179.
Note on the visible spectrum of the great nebula of

Orion. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 5, 1893, 206.
The planetary nebula SD. - 121172. Astr. Soc.

Pacific Publ., 5, 1893, 207.
Visible spectrum of Comet c 1893 (Brooks). Astr.

Soc. Pacific Publ., 5, 1893, 208-210.



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Star spectra in which two or more of the hydrogen

lines are bright. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 5, 1893, 228-
229.

The spectrum of Alcyone (rj Tauri). Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 5, 1893, 231.

Wave-lengths of the principal line in Nova Aurigae's
spectrum. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 5, 1893, 232.

Observations of the new star in Norma. Astr. &

Astrophys., 13, 1894, 311-312, 419; Astr. Nachr., 134,
1894, 311-312; 135, 1894, 131-132.

Spectra of the great nebula in Orion and other well-
known nebulae. Astr. & Astrophys., 13, 1894, 384-398,
494-501.

The Wolf-Eayet stars. Astr. & Astrophys., 13, 1894,

448-476.

Note on the spectra of comets b and c 1893. Astr. &
Astrophys., 13, 1894, 571-574.

Note on the spectrum of the Orion nebula. Astr. &
Astrophys., 13, 1894, 695-696.

The spectrum of Mars. Astr. & Astrophys., 13,
1894, 752-760; Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 6, 1894, 228-
236.

- The new star in Norma. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 6,

1894, 102-103.
An explanation of the bright projections observed on

the terminator of Mars. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 6, 1894,

103-112; Astronomie, 1894, 289-295.
The Lick Observatory photographs of Mars. Astr.

Soc. Pacific Publ., 6, 1894, 139-141.
Drawings of the planet Mars. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 6, 1894, 171.
Cloud observations on the island of Yezo, Japan, with

reference to the solar eclipse of 1896 August 9. Astr.

Soc. Pacific Publ., 6, 1894, 218-220.
The probable revolution of the orbit of the inner

satellite of Mars. [1894.] Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 6,

1894, 270; Astr. Jl., 14, 1895, 159.

Concerning an atmosphere on Mars. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 6, 1894, 273-283.
[Transit of Mercury, observed at the Lick Observatory,

November 9-10, 1894.] Observations of the contacts.

Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 6, 1894, 298.
Note on the variable star Cordoba Gen. Catal. 22855.

[1894.] Astr. Jl., 14, 1895, 110.
The spectrum of Comet b 1894. [1894.] Astr. Jl.,

14, 1895, 111.

Observations of the Transit of Mercury, 1894 Novem-
ber 10. [1894.] Astr. Jl., 14, 1895, 148-149.
Micrometer-observations of the satellites of Mars.

Astr. Jl., 15, 1895, 1-8.
Observations of Nova (5533 K) Normas. Astr. Jl., 15,

1895, 100.

Observations of Nova (7787 Q) Cygni. Astr. Jl., 15,

1895, 100.
A determination of the polar diameter of Mars. Astr.

JL, 15, 1895, 145-149.

Comet c 1895. Astr. Jl., 15, 1895, 192.

Recent changes in the spectrum of Nova Aurigae.

Astrophys. Jl., 1, 1895, 49-51.
On determining the extent of a planet's atmosphere.

Astrophys. Jl., 1, 1895, 85-86.
A review of the spectroscopic observations of Mars.

Astrophys. Jl., 2, 1895, 28-44.

A spectrographic determination of velocities in the
system of Saturn. Astrophys. Jl., 2, 1895, 127-135.

Stars whose spectra contain both bright and dark

hydrogen lines. Astrophys. JL, 2, 1895, 177-183.
The new star of 1892. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ. , 7,

1895, 31-33.
The irregular waning of the south polar cap of Mars.

Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 7, 1895, 40-43.
The velocity of f Herculis in the line of sight. Astr.

Soc. Pacific Publ., 7, 1895, 67-68.



[On the aims of astronomical science.] Address of

the retiring president of the Society, at the seventh

annual meeting, March 30, 1895. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 7, 1895, 81-88.
Note on the melting of the polar caps of Mars. Astr.

Soc. Pacific Publ., 7, 1895, 292-293.
On selecting suitable nights for observing planetary

spectra. Observatory, London, 18, 1895, 50-51.

New elements and ephemeris of Comet c 1895 (Perrine).

[1895.] Astr. JL, 16, 1896, 7.

Notes on two variable stars. Astr. Jl. , 16, 1896, 24.

Observations of Comet b 1895 (Faye), made with the

36- inch equatorial of the Lick Observatory. Astr. JL,

16, 1896, 69.
Observations of Comet a 1895 (Swift), made at Lick

Observatory. Astr. JL, 16, 1896, 70-71.
On the determination of planetary diameters. Astr.

Soc. Pacific Publ., 8, 1896, 236-238.

Spectroscopic notes. Astrophys. Jl. , 5, 1897, 233-242,



350.
The Purkinje phenomenon and the spectrum of the

Orion nebula. Astr. Nachr., 147, 1898, 393-396.
The Mills spectrograph of the Lick Observatory.

Astrophys. JL, 8, 1898, 123-156.
Some stars with great velocities in the line of sight.

Astrophys. JL, 8, 1898, 157-158.

The variable velocity of 77 Pegasi in the line of sight.



Astrophys. JL, 8, 1898, 159.

The variable velocity of o Leonis in the line of sight.



Astrophys. Jl. , 8, 1898, 291.

The variable velocity of x Draconis in the line of

sight. Astrophys. JL, 8, 1898, 292.

The motion of ?? Cephei in the line of sight. Astr.
Soc. Pacific Publ., 10, 1898, 184-185.

Notes on the spectrum of o Ceti. Astrophys. JL, 9,
1899, 31-36.

- The variable velocity of f Geminorum in the line of
sight. Astrophys. Jl. , 9, 1899, 86.

On the visible spectrum of Nova Sagittarii. Astrophys.



JL, 9, 1899, 308-309.
The variable velocity of i Pegasi in the line of sight.

Astrophys. JL, 9, 1899, 310.
The variable velocity of Draconis in the line of

sight. Astrophys. JL, 9, 1899, 311.
A comparison of the visual hydrogen spectra of the

Orion nebula and of a Geissler tube. Astrophys. JL, 9,

1899, 312-316.

The influence of the Purkinje phenomenon on observa-
tions of faint spectra. Astrophys. JL, 10, 1899, 22-24.
The spectroscopic binary Capella. Astrophys. JL, 10,

1899, 177.

The variable velocities in the line of sight of e Librae,



h Draconis, X Andromedae, e Ursse Minoris and u Draconis.
Astrophys. JL, 10, 1899, 178-179.

The variable velocity of a Ursae Minoris in the line of
sight. Astrophys. JL, 10, 1899, 180-183.

The wave-length of the green coronal line, and other
data resulting from an attempt to determine the law of
rotation of the solar corona. Astrophys. JL, 10, 1899,
186-192; 11, 1900, 169.

The variable velocities of /3 Capricorni and v Sagittarii
in the line of sight. Astrophys. JL, 10, 1899, 241.

Three new spectroscopic binary stars. Astr. Soc.
Pacific Publ., 11, 1899, 54-55.

Some new spectroscopic binary stars. Astr. Soc.
Pacific Publ., 11, 1899, 129.

On the variable velocity of Polaris in the line of sight.



Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 11, 1899, 195-199.
Stars with variable velocities in the line of



sight.

Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 11, 1899, 252-254.
The companions of Polaris. Science, 10, 1899, 501-

502.
Observations of the second and third contacts at the



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solar eclipse of 1898 January 22, in India. Astr. .11., 20,
1900, 144-145.

The variable velocity of p Herculis in the line of sight.
Astrophys. Jl., 11, 1900, 140.

The determination of the moon's theoretical spectro-
graphic velocity. Astrophys. Jl., 11, 1900, 141-143.

On the probable error of a radial velocity-determina-
tion. Astrophys. Jl., 11, 1900, 167-168.

Some spectrographic results obtained at the Indian
eclipse by the Lick Observatory- Crocker Expedition.
Astrophys. JL, 11, 1900, 226-233.

The temperature control of the Mills spectrograph .
Astrophys. JL, 11, 1900, 259-261.

The visible spectrum of Nova Aquilse. Astrophys. JL,



12, 1900, 258.

The spectroscopic binary, j8 Herculis.



Astr. Soc.
Pacific Publ., 12, 1900, 39.

The triple star K Pegasi. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 12,



1900, 202-203.

Variable velocities in the line of sight.



Observatory,
London, 23, 1900, 92-93.

The spectrographic determination of the motions of
the stars in the line of sight. Science, 12, 1900, 171-172.

Some peculiarities in the radial velocities of Gemi-
norum. Science, 12, 1900, 173.

[Neuer Comet 1900 c.] [1900.] Astr. Nachr., 154,
1901, 161-162.

Campbell, W[illiam] W[allace], & Holden, Edward
Singleton. See Holden & Campbell.

Campbell, W\illiam\ W[allace\, & Hussey, William
J[oseph]. Observations of Comet 1895 II (a 1895), made
at the Lick Observatory, with the 36-inch equatorial.
Astr. JL, 16, 1896, 96.

Campbell, W\illium\ W[allace], & Perrine, Charles
D[illon]. The Crocker Expedition to observe the total
solar eclipse of May 28, 1900. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ.,
12, 1900, 175-184.

Campbell, W[illiam] W[allace], & Scbaeberle, J[ohn]
M[artin\. See Schaeberle & Campbell.

Campbell, W[illiam] W[allace}, & Wright, W. H. A list
of nine stars whose velocities in the line of sight are
variable. Astrophys. JL, 12, 1900, 254-257.

Campbell, W[illiairi] W[allace], Holden, Edward Single-
ton, Scbaeberle, J\phri\ M[artin], & Keeler, James
Edward. See Holden, Scbaeberle, Keeler & Campbell.

Campbell, William. [Fossil starfish from the brick clay-
beds of JordanhilL] [1886.] Glasgow Geol. Soc. Trans.,
8, 1888, 203.

Campbell, (Rev.) William. Lungan pulp. Kew Bull.,
1899, 219-220.

Campbell-Hepwortb. See Hepwortb.

CampbeU-Orde, (Sir) John W[illiam] P[owlett\. For
biographical notice see Ibis, 4, 1898, 183-184.

[Occurrence of Cypselus apus at Lochmaddie, North
Uist.] Ibis, 5, 1887, 363.

[Probable occurrence of PALLAS'S sand grouse in the
Outer Hebrides.] Ibis, 6, 1888, 492-493.

[Occurrence of Phalaropus fulicarius in Outer Hebri-
des.] Ibis, 3, 1891, 294.

[Nesting of the woodcock in the Outer Hebrides.]

Ibis, 3, 1891, 628.
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