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scheme of elements. Roy. Soc. Proc., 63, 1898, 408-

411 ; Ztschr. Anorg. Chem., 18, 1898, 72-76.
Diamonds. [1897.] Roy. Inst. Proc., 15, 1899, 477-

501.
Address before the Society for Psychical Research.

[1897.] Smithsonian Rep., 1899, 189-205.
Sur la source de Penergie dans les corps radio-actifs.

Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 128, 1899, 176-178.
Photographic researches on phosphorescent spectra ;

on victorium, a new element associated with yttrium.

[1899.] Roy. Soc. Proc., 65, 1900, 237-243.

Radio-activity of uranium. Roy. Soc. Proc., 66, 1900,



409-423.
Crookshank, Edgar M [arch]. [Mode of growth of Bacillus

figurans.] [1885.] Jl. Physiol., 7, [1886], xxxi.
On the cultivation of bacteria. [1885.] Micr. Soc.

JL, 6, 1886, 25-31.
Flagellated Protozoa in the blood of diseased and

apparently healthy animals. Micr. Soc. JL, 6, 1886,

913-928.
- [Micro-photographs of bacteria.] Micr. Soc. JL, 6,

1886, 1105-1106.
[On a series of cultivations of micro-organisms.]

Micr. Soc. JL, 1887, 698.
On photo-micrography and its value in biological

research. [With discussion.] Photogr. Jl., 11, 1887,

144-152.
An investigation into the so-called Hendon cow disease

in its relation to scarlet fever in man. [1887-88.] London

Path. Soc. Trans., 39, 1888, 371-409.
Eine Erwiderung auf Herrn Dr. KLEIN'S Bemerkungen

" Ueber die angeblichen von Dr. CKOOKSHANK entdeckten

Kuhpocken." Centrbl. Bakt., 3, 1888, 781-782.
Anthrax in swine. Jl. Comp. Path. Therap., 1, 1888,

221-234.
On the morphology and life-history of the fungus

obtained from [a case of actinomycosis hominis], and

inoculation experiments. Med.-Chir. Trans., 72, 1889,

193-210.

The tubercle bacillus. Agr. Soc. JL, 2, 1891, 83-94.

On Streptococcus pyogeues. Int. Congr. Hyg. Trans.

(1891, 2), 67-68.
On the question of the identity of Streptococcus

pyogenes and Streptococcus erysipelatosus. Int. Congr.

Hyg. Trans. (1891, 2), 68-69.

The morphology of Actinomyces. Int. Congr. Hyg.



Trans. (1891, 2), 105-106.

On the bacteriology of vaccine lymph. Int. Congr.
Hyg. Trans. (1891, 2), 326-327.

Actinomycosis. Int. Congr. Hyg. Trans. (1891, 3),
192-196.

On the morphology, cultivation, and toxic products of
the tubercle bacillus. London Path. Soc. Trans., 42,
1891, 330-343.

Microbes in health and disease. Agr. Soc. JL, 6,



1895, 343-351.

Crookshank, Edgar M[arch], & Hcrroun, E[dward]
F[elix]. Preliminary communication on the chemical
properties and physiological effects of the products of



Crookshank]



411



[Cross



the tubercle bacillus in pure cultivations. Jl. Physiol.,

12, 1891 (Proc. 1891), ix-xiv.

Crookshank, F. Graham. Hysteria and epilepsy. Prac-
titioner, 61, 1898, 351-356.
Bernardo EAMAZZINI and his book. Practitioner, 63,

1899, 300-307.
Croquevielle, . Emploi du sulfate de fer pour la

destruction des Cryptogames parasites de la vigne. Paris,

Ac. Sci. C. K., 124, 1897, 418-419.
Cros, Charles. Augmentation de la portee des actions

fluidiques et electriques. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. E., 103,

1886, 1006-1008.
Crosa, Francesco. Di un modo di conservare le larve dei

Lepidotteri col loro colore. Torino Mus. Boll., 5, 1890,

No. 85, [2 pp.]; Eiv. Ital. Sci. Nat., Siena, 10, 1890

(Boll.), 116-117.

Crosa, Francesco, & Fileti, Michele. See Fileti & Crosa.
Crosa, Francesco, & IWanuelli, C[amillo]. Sul lapaconone.

Nuova sostanza estretta dal legno di lapacho. Eoma,

E. Ace. Lincei Eend., 4, 1895 (Sem. 2), 250-255.
Crosa, Francesco, & Paterno, Emanuele. See Paternb &

Crosa.
Crosby, William 0. *Probable occurrence of the Taconian

system in Cuba. Science, 2, 1883, 740.

Chemical geology. Science, 3, 1884, 59.
The colours of natural waters. Science, 3, 1884, 445-

446.



On the relations of the conglomerate and slate in the
Boston basin. [1884.] Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc.,
23, 1888, 7-27.

Colors of soils. [1885.] Boston Soc. Nat. Hist.
Proc., 23, 1888, 219-222.

Notes on joint structure. [1885.] Boston Soc. Nat.
Hist. Proc., 23, 1888, 243-248.

Geology of the outer islands of Boston harbor.
Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc., 23, 1888, 450-457.

Geology of the Black Hills of Dakota. Boston Soc.



Nat. Hist. Proc., 23, 1888, 488-517.

On the contrast in colour of the soils of high and low
latitudes. Amer. Geologist, 8, 1891, 72-82.

Geological history of the Boston basin. [1890.]
Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc., 25, 1892, 10-17.

Composition of the till or bowlder-clay. [1890.]
Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc., 25, 1892, 115-140.

Geology of Hingham, Mass. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist.
Proc., 25, 1892, 499-512.

The origin of parallel and intersecting joints. Amer.



Geologist, 12, 1893, 368-375.

Geology of the Boston basin.

and Cohasset. Part n. Hingham.



[Part i. Nantasket
Part m. The Blue



Hills complex.] Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Pap., 4 (1, 1893-
1900), 694 pp.

A classification of economic geological deposits based
on origin and original structure. Amer. Geologist, 13,
1894, 249-268.

Englacial drift. [1896.] Amer. Geologist, 17, 1896,

203-234; Geol. Mag., 4, 1897, 319-326.
Sandstone dikes accompanying the Great Fault of Ute

Pass, Colorado. [1895.] Essex Inst. Bull., 27, 1897,

113-147.
Contribution to the geology of Newport Neck and

Gonanicut Island. Amer. Jl. Sci., 3, 1897, 230-236.
The Great Fault and accompanying sandstone dikes of

Ute Pass, Colorado. Science, 5, 1897, 604-607.
History of the Blue Hills complex. Amer. Ass. Proc. ,

1898, 304-305.

Archean-Cambrian contact near Manitou, Colorado.

[1898.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 10, 1899, 141-164.
The Nashua valley glacial lake. [1898.] Science, 9,

1899, 106.

On the origin of phenocrysts, and the development
of the porphyritic texture in igneous rocks. Amer.
Geologist, 25, 1900, 299-310.



Crosby, William O., & Ballard, Hetty 0. Distributions

and probable age of the fossil shells in the drumlins of

the Boston basin. Amer. Jl. Sci., 48, 1894, 486-496.
Crosby, William O., & Barton, George H[unf]. On the

great dikes at Paradise, near Newport. [1886.] Boston

Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc., 23, 1888, 325-330.
Crosby, William 0., & Fuller, Myron L. Origin of

pegmatite. [1896.] Amer. Geologist, 19, 1897, 147-180.
Crosfield, Albert J. The geographical distribution of wild

plants in the British Isles. [1885.] Holmesdale Nat.

Hist. Club Proc., 1884-85, 53-60.
A naturalist's ramble round Eeigate, during the first

week in June. [1886.] Holmesdale Nat. Hist. Club

Proc., 1886-87, 30-38.

Birds observed in December, 1886, and January, 1887,
in Bombay and the Central Provinces of India. [1887.]
Holmesdale Nat. Hist. Club Proc. , 1886-87, 70-80.

Notes on wild fowl seen in Central India. [1887.]
Holmesdale Nat. Hist. Club Proc., 1886-87, 81-84.

Mid-winter in Corsica. [1891.] Holmesdale Nat.

Hist. Club Proc., 1890-92, 48-52.

Birds and plants of Tangier, Morocco. [1898.]
Holmesdale Nat. Hist. Club Proc., 1896-98, 74-76.

Crosfield, Albert J., & Salmon, Ernest S. See Salmon &
Crosfield.

Crosfield, James B. The winter habits of birds. [1886.]
Holmesdale Nat. Hist. Club Proc., 1886-87, 11-12.

Notes on an unusual phenomenon. [1888.] Holmes-
dale Nat. Hist. Club Proc., 1888-89, 26-27.

White eggs. [1888.] Holmesdale Nat. Hist. Club

Proc., 1888-89, 32.

List of plants found in flower during December.
[1889.] Holmesdale Nat. Hist. Club Proc., 1888-89,
33-34.

Lunar rainbow at Eeigate. [1889.] Holmesdale Nat.

Hist. Club Proc., 1888-89, 46-47.
Nesting of the Kentish plover. [1890.] Holmesdale

Nat. Hist. Club Proc., 1890-92, 3, 5-6.

Songs of birds. [1898.] Holmesdale Nat. Hist. Club
Proc., 1896-98, 79-82.

Crosfield, (Miss) Margaret C. The Tremadoc slates.
[1896.] Holmesdale Nat. Hist. Club Proc., 1896-98,



11-22.

-Eedhill and Merstham. [1897.]
Hist. Club Proc., 1896-98, 65-66.
Excursion to Eeigate. [1899.]



Holmesdale Nat.



Geol. Ass. Proc., 16,

1900, 162-163.
Crosfield, (Miss) Margaret C., & Skeat, (Miss) Ethel G.

On the geology of the neighbourhood of Carmarthen.

Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 52, 1896, 523-541.
Cross, B. P. The crowing of the jungle cock. Nature,

44, 1891, 151.
Cross, Charles Frederick]. Hydration of salts and oxides.

Chem. News, 49, 1884, 220-221.

The chromosulphates. Chem. News, 65, 1892, 147.

The furfuroses and furfurosans. A suggestion in
nomenclature. Chem. News, 70, 1894, 296.

Ueber die Constitution der Pectinstoffe. Berlin,
Chem. Ges. Ber., 28, 1895, 2609-2611.

The nomenclature of the pentoses and pentosans.
Chem. News, 71, 1895, 68.

The carbohydrates of cereal straws. Brit. Ass. Eep.,

1896, 262-265 ; 1897, 294 ; 1898, 293-294.
Cross, Charles Frederick], & Bevan, Edward J[ohri\.

Oxy-cellulose and phenyl-hydrazine. Chem. News, 49,

1884, 257-258.

On the oxidation of cellulose, with special reference

to the chemistry of bleaching and printing. Soc. Chem.
Ind. JL, 3, 1884, 206-210, 291-293.

The combustion of carbo-hydrates by means of

chromic acid. Chem. News, 52, 1885, 207-208.

The hydration of cellulose. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 4,

1885, 7-12.

522



Cross]



412



[Cross



Chromic acid combustion of glycerin. Chem. News,

55, 1887, 2.

Kohlenstoffbestimmung durch Verbrennung mit

Chromsaure. Repertm. Anal. Chem., 7, 1887, 37-38.

The action of chlorine on the ligno-celluloses. Chem.

News, 58, 1888, 215.

Combustion by means of chromic anhydride. Chem.

Soc. Jl., 53, 1888, 889-895.

Some new compounds of magnesia with the halogens :

a contribution to the study of the electrolysis of mag-
nesium chloride solution. Chem. Soc. Proc., 4, 1888,
91-92.

A laboratory investigation of the electrolysis of mag-
nesium chloride. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl. , 7, 1888, 292-

298.
The chemistry of the flax fibre. Chem. News, 59,

1889, 135-136.
The conditions of action of nitric acid. Chem. News,

60, 1889, 13-14.
Acetyl derivatives of cellulose. Chem. News, 60, 1889,

163-164.

Contributions to the chemistry of lignification. Con-
stitution of the jute fibre-substance. Chem. Soc. Jl., 55,

1889, 199-213.
The economy of pure caustic soda. Soc. Chem. Ind.

Jl., 8, 1889, 252-256.
Cellulose and alkalies : cellulose benzoates. Chem.

News, 61, 1890, 87.
The constitution of cellulose. Chem. News, 61, 1890,

123-124.
Contributions to cellulose chemistry. Chem. Soc. Jl.,

57, 1890, 1-4.
The constituents of flax. Chem. Soc. Jl., 57, 1890,

196-200.
Estimation of alumina by titration. Soc. Chem. Ind.

JL, 9, 1890, 253.
Some considerations on the chemistry of hypochlorite

bleaching. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 9, 1890, 450-453.
The interaction of hypochlorites and ammonium salts.

Ammonium hypochlorite. [1890.] Chem. Soc. Proc.,

6, 1891, 22-23.
Ueber die Einwirkung von Salpetersaure auf Pflanzen-

fasern. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 24, 1891, 1772-1776.
A new solvent for cellulose. Chem. News, 63, 1891,

66.
The constitution of the ligno-celluloses. Chem. News,

64, 1891, 63-64.
The action of nitric acid on the ligno-celluloses.

Chem. Soc. Proc., 7, 1891, 61-62.
The volumetric estimation of alumina. Soc. Chem.

Ind. JL, 10, 1891, 202.
Contributions to cellulose chemistry. Chem. News,

65, 1892, 77-78.
A reaction of the lignocellulose and the theory of

dyeing. Chem. News, 66, 1892, 40 ; Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl. ,

12, 1893, 104-106.

Determination of molecular weights of cellulose deri-
vatives (esters) by the freezing-point method. Chem.

News, 66, 1892, 40.
The acid action of drawing papers. Soc. Chem. Ind.

JL, 11, 1892, 213.
Explosive nitrates from the jute fibre. Soc. Chem.

Ind. JL, 11, 1892, 214-215.
The theory of dyeing. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 13, 1894,



354-355.

Artificial silk (lustro-cellulose) .



Soc. Chem. Ind. JL,

15, 1896, 317-318.
The chemistry of the barley plant, with reference to

its carbohydrate constituents. [1896.] London, Fed.

Inst. Brewing JL, 3, 1897, 2-18, 560.
Cross, Charles F[rederick], & Luck, A. See Luck &

Cross.
Cross, Charles Frederick], & Smith, Claude. Investiga-



tions of the chemical history of the barley plant. Chem.
News, 72, 1895, 307-308.

Constitution of the carbohydrates of cereal straws,

further report of investigations. Chem. News, 74, 1896,
175 [177]-178.

Cross, Charles Frederick], Sevan, Edward J[ohn], &
Beadle, Clayton. Thiokohlensaureester der Cellulose.
Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 26, 1893, 1090-1097.

Die Chemie der Pflanzenfasern. Cellulosen, Oxycel-

lulosen, Lignocellulosen. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 26,
1893, 2520-2533.

The interaction of alkali-cellulose and carbon bi-
sulphide : cellulose thiosulphocarbonates. [1893.] Chem.
Soc. JL, 63, 1893, 837-845 ; Chem. Soc. Proc., 9, 1895,
108-109.

Thio-de'rives de la cellulose. Paris Soc. Chim. Bull.,

9, 1893, 295-305, 480.

New cellulose derivatives and their industrial appli-
cations. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 12, 1893, 498-500.

Die natiirlichen Oxycellulosen. Berlin, Chem. Ges.



Ber., 27, 1894, 1061-1065, 1456.
The furfurol-yielding constituents of plants. Amer.

Chem. Soc. JL, 17, 1895, 286-289.

Contributions to the chemistry of cellulose. Chem.

Soc. JL, 67, 1895, 433-451.
The natural oxycelluloses. Amer. Chem. Soc. JL, 18,

1896, 8-21.

Cellulose and its derivatives. [With discussion.']



Photogr. JL, 20, 1896, 300-307, 324.
Cross, Charles F[rederick~], Sevan, Edward J[ohn], &

Briggs, J[ohn] Frederick]. Interaction of furfuralde-

hyde and CARO'S reagent. Brit. Ass. Kep., 1900, 702-

703.
Einwirkung des Caro'schen Eeagens auf Furfurol.

Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 33, 1900, 3132-3138.
Cross, Charles Frederick], Sevan, Edward J[ohri\, &

Heiberg, Th[orvald], Oxidation of furfuraldehyde by

hydrogen peroxide. Chem. Soc. JL, 75, 1899 (Pt. 2),

747-753.
Einwirkung von Wasserstoffhyperoxyd auf ungesat-

tigte Kohlenwasserstoffe. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 33,

1900, 2015-2018.
Cross, Charles F[rederick], Sevan, Edward <7[o7m], &

Isaac, J. F. V. On the production of acetic acid from

the carbohydrates. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 11, 1892, 966-

969.
Cross, Charles Frederick], Sevan, Edward J[ohn], &

Remington, J[ohn] S[teivart]. On the digestion and

assimilation of pentoses and furfuroids. Amer. Chem.

Soc. JL, 22, 1900, 630-634.
The furfuroids of plant tissues. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL,

19, 1900, 307-310.
Cross, Charles F[retlerick], Sevan, Edward J[ohri], &

Smith, Claude. Ueber die Frage nach den Ursprung

ungesattigter Verbindungen in der Pflanze. Berlin , Chem .

Ges. Ber., 28, 1895, 1940-1945.
Ueber einige chemische Vorgange in der Gersten-

pflanze. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 28, 1895, 2604-2609.
Constitution of the cereal celluloses. Chem. Soc. JL,



69, 1896, 804-818; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 29, 1896,

1457-1461.
The carbohydrates of barley straw. Chem. Soc. JL,

69, 1896, 1604-1610; 73, 1898 (Pt. I), 459-463.
The carbohydrates of the cereal straws. Chem. Soc.

JL, 71, 1897 (Pt. 2), 1001-1010.

Keactions of the carbohydrates with hydrogen per-



oxide. Chem. Soc. JL, 73, 1898 (Pt. 1), 463-472.
Cross, Charles Frederick], Green, Arthur G[eorge],

& Sevan, Edward J[ohn]. See Green, Cross &

Bevan.
Cross, Charles E. Notes on acoustics. Amer. Ass. Proc.,

1884, 113-114.
On a proposed method for ascertaining the least



Cross]



413



[Cross



number of vibrations necessary to determine pitch.

Amer. Ass. Proc., 1884, 114-115.
Beport on experiments with the Brush storage battery.

Electrician, 12, 1884, 294-296.
Experiments with the thermal telephone. Amer. Ac.

Proc., 21, 1886, 257-261.
Notes on equal temperament and the character of

musical keys. Amer. Ac. Proc., 21, 1886, 499-503.
Experiments on the melting platinum standard of

light. Amer. Ac. Proc., 22, 1887, 220-226.
On the extent of the excursion of the electrodes of a

microphone transmitter. Amer. Ac. Proc., 25, 1890,

69-82.

Cross, Charles R., & Goodwin, Harry M. Some considera-
tions regarding HELMHOLTZ'S theory of consonance.

Amer. Ac. Proc., 27, 1893, 1-12.
Cross, Charles R., & Hayes, Harry E. On the influence

of the strength of the magnet in a magneto-telephone

receiver. Amer. Ac. Proc., 25, 1890, 233-243.
Cross, Charles R., & Maltby, Margaret E. On the least

number of vibrations necessary to determine pitch.

Amer. Ac. Proc. , 27, 1893, 222-235.

Cross, Charles R., & Mansfield, Arthur N. An investiga-
tion of the excursion of the diaphragm of a telephone

receiver. Amer. Ac. Proc. , 28, 1893, 93-102.
Cross, Charles R., & Page, James. Measurement of the

strength of telephone currents. Amer. Ac. Proc., 21,

1886, 248-256.
Cross, Charles R., & Phillips, Henry M. On the excursion

of the diaphragm of a telephone receiver. Amer. Ac.

Proc., 28, 1893, 234-246.
Cross, Charles R., & Sabine, Annie W. Eesearches on

microphone currents. Amer. Ac. Proc., 24, 1889, 94-

104.
Cross, Charles R., & Shepard, William E. The inverse

electro-motive force of the voltaic arc. Amer. Ac. Proc.,

22, 1887, 227-244.
Cross, Charles R., & Wendell, George V. On some

experiments with the phonograph, relating to the vowel

theory of HELMHOLTZ. Amer. Ac. Proc., 27, 1893, 271-

279.
Cross, Charles R., & Williams, Arthur S. The strength

of the induced current with a magneto-telephone trans-
mitter as influenced by the strength of the magnet.

Amer. Ac. Proc., 24, 1889, 113-124.
Cross, Charles Whitman. *Studien iiber bretonische

Gesteine. Min. Petr. Mitth., 3, 1881, 369-410.
*[Microscopical examination of the gold sand from

Snake river, Idaho Territory.] [1883.] Colorado Sci.

Soc. Proc., 1 (1883-84), 36-37.

*0n hypersthene-andesite and on triclinic pyroxene



in augitic rocks : with a geological sketch of Buffalo
Peaks, Colorado, by S. F. EMMONS. U. S. Geol. Surv.
Bull., No. 1, 1883, 42 pp.

Communications from the U. S. Geological Survey,
Rocky Mountain division, x. On sanidine and topaz,
etc., in the nevadite of Chalk Mountain, Colorado.
Amer. Jl. Sci., 27, 1884, 94-96.

[The artesian wells of Denver.] Geological relations.
Definition of an artesian well. [1884.] Colorado Sci.
Soc. Proc., 1 (1883-84), 77-83.

A list of specially noteworthy minerals of Colorado.
[1884.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 1 (1883-84), 134-144.

On the occurrence of topaz and garnet in lithophyses
of rhyolite. [1886.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 2 (1886-
87), 61-70.

The Cimarron land-slide, July 1886. [1886. ] Colorado
Sci. Soc. Proc., 2 (1885-87), 116-126.

[Geology and mining industry of Leadville, Colorado,
by S. E. EMMONS.] Appendix A. Petrography. U. S.
Geol. Surv. Mouogr., 12, 1886, 315-362.

Note on phonolite from Colorado. [1887.] Colorado
Sci. Soc. Proc., 2 (1885-87), 167-170.



Note on slipping-planes and lamellar twinning in
galena. [1887.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 2 (1885-87),
171-174.

On some eruptive rocks from Custer county, Colorado.
[1887.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 2 (1885-87), 228-250.

The Denver Tertiary formation. [1888.] Colorado



Sci. Soc. Proc., 3 (1888-90), 119-133; Amer. Jl. Sci., 37,
1889, 261-282.

Note on some secondary minerals of the amphibole
and pyroxene groups. Amer. Jl. Sci., 39, 1890, 359-
370.

Geology of the Eosita Hills, Custer Co., Colorado.
[1890.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 3 (1888-90), 269-279.

On alunite and diaspore from the Eosita Hills,
Colorado. Amer. Jl. Sci., 41, 1891, 466-475.
- Manitou. Congr. G<k>l. Int. C. E., 1891, 430-433.
Colorado springs to Denver. Congr. G6ol. Int. C. E.,



1891, 434-438.
Excursion to Morrison.



Congr. Geol. Int. C. E. , 1891,
Congr. G<k>l. Int. C. E., 1891,



438-440.

Excursion to Golden.
441-442.

Constitution and origin of spherulites in acid eruptive
rocks. [1891.] Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 11, 1892,



411-443.

Post-Laramie deposits of Colorado.



Amer. Jl. Sci.,
44, 1892, 19-42.
The Post-Laramie beds of Middle Park, Colorado.
[1892.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 4 (1891-93), 192-213.
Igneous rocks from the coal and iron regions of



Coahuila and Nueva Leon, Mexico, collected by E. T.
HILL. Amer. Jl. Sci., 45, 1893, 119-120.
On a series of peculiar schists near Salida, Colorado.
[1893.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 4 (1891-93), 286-293.
[Administrative reports.] [1893-95.] U. S. Geol.



Surv. Eep., 1892-93 (Ft. 1), 248-249; 1893-94, 165-166.
The laccolitic mountain groups of Colorado, Utah,

and Arizona. [1894.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Eep., 1892-93

(Pt. 2), 157-241.
Intrusive sandstone dikes in granite. [1893.] Amer.

Geol. Surv. Bull., 5, 1894, 225-230.

Geology of the Cripple Creek gold mining district,



Colorado. [1894.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 5 (1894-96),

24-38.
Igneous rocks of the telluride district, Colorado.

[1896.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 5 (1894-96), 225-234.

- The San Miguel formation. [1896.] Colorado Sci.

Soc. Proc., 5 (1894-96), 235-241.
[The diorite of Ophir Loop, Colorado.] Science, 3,

1896, 605-606.

[Eemarks on the geology of the Eocky Mountains.]



Science, 3, 1896, 642.

[Landslides in the telluride region of Colorado.]

Science, 4, 1896, 962.

[Geology of the Denver basin in Colorado.] Chapter

in. Post Laramie and Tertiary geology. Section n.
The Denver formation. [Section m. Age of the Arapahoe
and Denver formations. Chapter v. Igneous forma-
tions.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Monogr., 27, 1896, 155-252,
279-316.

Geology of Silver Cliff and the Eosita Hills, Colorado.

[1896.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Eep., 1895-96 (Pt. 2), 263-403.

Igneous rocks of the Leucite Hills and Pilot Butte,

Wyoming. Amer. Jl. Sci., 4, 1897, 115-141.

An analcite-basalt from Colorado. Jl. Geol. (Chicago),
5, 1897, 684-693.

The geological versus the petrographical classification
of igneous rocks. Jl. Geol. (Chicago), 6, 1898, 79-91.

Landslides of the Eico Mountains, Colorado. [1899.]



Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 11, 1900, 583-584.

[The probable origin of the Gondwana beds in India.]



Science, 11, 1900, 430.
Cross, Charles Whitman, & Eakins, L. G.



On ptilolite, a



Cross]



414



[Crosse



new mineral. [1886.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 2 (1885-

87), 71-76.
A new occurrence of ptilolite. Amer. Jl. Sci., 44,

1892, 96-101.
Cross, Charles Whitman, & Emmons, Samuel Franklin.

See Emmons & Cross.
Cross, Charles Whitman, & ZXUlebrand, William Francis.

Contributions to the mineralogy of the Rocky Mountains.

U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 20, 1885, 114 pp.
Cross, Charles Whitman, & ladings, Joseph Paxson. See

ladings & Cross.
Cross, Charles Whitman, & Fenrose, R. A. F. Geology

and mining industries of the Cripple Creek district,

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