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Quelques remarques relatives a 1'equation reduite de
VAN,DER WAALS. Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat., 26, 1891, 13-20.

Equations requites pour le calcul des mouvements

amortis. Lum. Elect., 41, 1891, 201-209, 270-276, 307-
314, 356-362.

Proprietes magnetiques des corps a divers tempera-
tures. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 115, 1892, 805-808; 116,
1893, 136-139 ; 118, 1894, 1134-1136.

Sur 1'emploi des condensateurs a anneau de garde et

des eiectrometres absolus. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 115,
1892, 1068-1072 ; Paris, Soc. Phys. Seances, 1892, 377-
383.

Sur les propriety's magnetiques de 1'oxygene a diverses

temperatures. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 115, 1892, 1292-
1295.

Sur la conductibilite des dieiectriques solides. Paris,

Soc. Phys. Seances, 1892, 261-262, 277-278.

A propos des elements de cristallographie physique de

M. Ch. SOHET. Notes bibliographiques et remarques sur
la cristallographie. Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat., 29, 1893, 337-
354.

Sur la syme'trie du r champ magnetique et du champ

electrique. Eclairage Elect., 1, 1894, 627-636.

Proprietes magnetiques du f er a diverses temperatures.

Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 118, 1894, 796-800, 859-862.

Sur la symetrie dans les phenomenes physiques,



symetrie d'un champ electrique et d'un champ mag-
netique. Paris, Soc. Phys. Seances, 1894, 53-75.
Sur la possibilite d'existence de la conductibilite
magnetique et du magnetisme libre. Paris, Soc. Phys.
Seances, 1894, 76-77.

Proprietes magnetiques des corps a diverses tempera-
tures. Ann. China., 5, 1895, 289-405.

Proprietes magnetiques des corps a diverses tempera-
tures. Jl. Phys., 4, 1895, 197-212, 263-272.

Sur les substances radioactives. Arch. Sci. Phys.

Nat., 10, 1900, 388-389.

Action du champ magnetique sur les rayons de

BECQUEKEL. Bayons devies et rayons non devies. Paris,
Ac. Sci. C. E., 130, 1900, 73-76.

Bemarques a propos d'une note recente de M. G. LE

BON. [Sur la propriete de certains corps de perdre leur
phosphorescence par la chaleur et de la reprendre par le
refroidissement.] Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 130, 1900, 1072-
1073.

Curie, Pierre, & Blondlot, [Prosper] R[ene]. See Blondlot
& Curie.

Curie, Pierre, & Curie, Jacques. See above.

Curie, Pierre, & Curie, (Mme) Marie Sklodowska. Sur
une substance nouvelle radio-active, contenue dans la
pechblende. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 127, 1898, 175-178.

R. s. XIV.



Sur la radioactivite provoquee par les rayons de
BECQUEREU Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 129, 1899, 714-716.

Effets cbimiques produits par les rayons de BECQOEKEL:
Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 129, 1899, 823-825.

Sur la charge electrique des rayons deviables du
radium. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. E., 130, 1900, 647-650.
Sur les proprietes des corps radio-actifs. Paris, Soc.



Phys. Seances, 1900, 10*-11*
Badiations diverses des corps



radio-actifs. Paris,

Soc. Phys. Seances, 1900, 20*-21*
Curie, Pierre, & Sagnac, G. Electrisation negative des

rayons secondaires produits au moyen des rayons

Bontgen. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 130, 1900, 1013-1016.
Curie, Pierre, Curie, (Mme) Marie Sklodowska, &

Bemont, G.. Sur une nouvelle substance fortement

radio-active, contenue dans la pechbleude. Paris, Ac.

Sci. C. E., 127, 1898, 1215-1217.
Curieres de Castelnau. See Castelnau, [Gabriel Antoine

Clement] de Curieres de.

curiiov, /. JUjienie poacn xjiop^enojiaMH H 6po>i-
(freHOJiaMir. (KjnimmecKoe Ha6jrK),neHie.) Traite-
ment de 1'erysipele par les chlorophenols et les bromo-
phenols. Observations cliniques. St. Petersb. Arch.

v Sci. Biol., 2, 1893, 328-357.

Cufin, Josef. Beitrag zur raschen Bestimmung der Zu-
sammensetzung und des Quozienten der Fiilhnassen.
Ztschr. Zuckerind. Bohm., 14, 1889-90, 215-217.

Aus dem Zuckerfabriklaboratorium. Ztschr. Zucker-
ind. Bohm., 15, 1890-91, 339-346.

Beitrag zur Krystallisation des Zuckers in den Syrupen.
Ztschr. Zuckerind. Bohm., 16, 1891-92, 297-304.

Brasrnoskop oder Apparat zur Bestimmung der Dichte

der kochenden Fliissigkeiten und Mutterlaugen, in welchen

Krystalle schwimmen. Ztschr. Zuckerind. Bohm., 18,

1893-94, 540-545.
Betrachtungen iiber den Dampfverbrauch beim Ver-

dampfen und Anwarmen der Safte. Ztschr. Zuckerind.

Bohm., 19, 1894-95, 367-371.
Einige Beobachtungen beim Safteinkochen. Ztschr.

Zuckerind. Bohm., 21, 1896-97, 176-183.
Ueber die Temperatur der Dampfe und der Zucker-

safte in den Vacuumapparaten. Ztschr. Zuckerind.

Bohm., 21, 1896-97, 590-595.
Curin, P[etr Vasiljevic]. MaiepiaJIEI KT> IISy^eniK)

9ou,eHOBiixt OTjoKemH CnM6npcKoft ry6. Mate-

rialien zur Kenntniss der Eocenischen Schichten des

Gouw. Simbirsk. Kazan Soc. Nat. Proc., 1898-99, Append.

No. 176, 11 pp. (Res. 10).
Curioni, Giovanni. For biographical notice see Biv. Sci. -

Ind., 19, 1887, 39-40.
Sulla potenza congiuntiva longitudinale nelle travi

sollecitate da forze perpendicolari ai loro assi. [1884.]

Torino Ace. Sci. Atti, 19, 1883, 498-513.
Curl, A. R., Adams, F. L., & Smith, E. F. See Adams,

Curl & Smith.
Curl, S. M. On Phoenician intercourse with Polynesia.

Anthrop. Inst. JL, 14, 1885, 273-274.
Curley, Edwin A. Bees and other hoarding insects. Their

specialization into females, males, and workers. [1884.]

Entomologica Amer., 1, 1885-86, 61-72.
Curling, T[homas] J3[lizard]. For biography and works

see Eoy. Soc. Proc., 44, 1888, xxv-xxvi; Med.-Chir.

Trans., 72, 1889, 2-5.
Curnow, John. Eight subclavian artery passing in front

of the scalenus anticus. [1887.] Jl. Anat. Physiol., 22,

1888, v-vi.

[Constricted aorta, with enlarged anastomotic branches.]
Jl. Anat. Physiol., 22, 1888, xviii.

A symmetrical skull. [1888.] JL Anat. Physiol., 23,

1889, i.

Divided left parietal bone. [1892.] JL Anat. PhysioL,
27, 1893, xii.

55



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Curnow, William. For biography and works see Midland

Natlist., 10, 1887, 77; Jl. Bot., 26, 1888, 128.
Curo, Antonio. Aggiunte alia parte prima del saggio di

un catalogo dei Lepidotteri d'ltalia. [Italia], Soc. Ent.

Bull., 21, 1889, 76-85.
Curran, (Rev.) J[phri] Milne. On some fossil plants from

Dubbo, New South Wales. [1884.] N. S. Wales Linn.

Soc. Proc., 9, 1885, 250-254.
The geology of Dubbo. [1885.] N. S. Wales Linn.

Soc. Proc., 10, 1886, 170-187, [xi].
Notes on the geology and water supply of the interior

of New South Wales. [1885.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc.

Proc., 10, 1886, 233-236, [xi].
Note on a leucite-basalt from central New South

Wales. [1887.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 2, 1888,

974-975.
Carboniferous and Silurian fossils from central New

South Wales. [1888.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc.,

3, 1889, 800-804.
A contribution to the microscopic structure of some

Australian rocks. N. S. Wales Eoy. Soc. Jl., 25 (1891),

179-233.
A contribution to the geology and petrography of

Bathurst, New South Wales. [1891.] N. S. Wales

Linn. Soc. Proc., 6, 1892, 173-234.
On a natural mineral spring at Bungonia. N. S.



On an lona erratic containing withamite. [1895.]
Edinb. Geol. Soc. Trans., 7, 1899, 115-118.

The minerals of the Tertiary eruptive rocks of Ben
More, Mull. [1897.] Edinb. Geol. Soc. Trans., 7, 1899,



Wales Roy. Soc. Jl., 28 (1894), 54-59.

On the structure and composition of a basalt from

Bondi, New South Wales. N. S. Wales Boy. Soc. Jl.,
28 (1894), 217-231.

Geological laboratory notes. No. I. [i. On selenium

associated with gold and bismuth, from Mount Hope,
N. S. Wales, n. On a graphitic slate from Yalcogrin,
N. S. Wales, in. Analysis of water from Wyalong.
iv. On the trachytes of the Canoblas and the Warrum-
bungle Mountains.] N. S. Wales Boy. Soc. Jl., 29 (1895),
404-408.

On the occurrence of precious stones in New South

Wales, and the deposits in which they are found. [1896.]
N. S. Wales Roy. Soc. Jl., 30, 1897, 214-271.

On the evidence (so-called) of glacier action on Mount

Kosciusko plateau. [1896-97.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc.
Proc., 22, 1898, 796-809.

Curran, (Rev.) J[phn~\ Milne, Knibbs, George H., &
Grimshaw, J. W. See Knibbs, Grimshaw & Curran.

Curran, Mary K. New species of Californian plants.
[1884.] California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 12-13.

List of the plants described in California, principally

in the Proc. of the Cal. Acad. of Sciences, by Dr. Albert
KELLOGG, Dr. H. H. BEHB, and Mr. H. N. BOLANDEB;
with an attempt at their identification. [With descrip-
tions of some Californian plants collected by the writer
in 1884.] [1885.] California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 128-
155, 392.

Botanical notes. California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 272-275.

Priority of Dr. KELLOGG'S genus Marah over Megar-

rhiza, Torr. California Ac. Bull., 2, 1887, 521-524.
Botanical notes. [1888.] California Ac. Proc., 1,



1889, 227-269, 362.
Curran, William. The vitality of wild animals under

fire. Jl. Anat. Physiol., 20, 1886, 596-603.
The senses of savages. Jl. Anat. Physiol., 21, 1887,

558-570.
Curreri, Giuseppe. Osservazioni sui Ctenofori comparenti

nel porto di Messina. [Italia], Soc. Zool. Boll., 1, 1900,

190-193.
Sulle cause meccanico-biologiche della formazione

degli accumoli di plancton. [Italia], Soc. Zool. Boll.,

1, 1900, 199-209.

Currie, James. Orthite. Geol. Mag., 5, 1898, 527-528.
Notes on a visit to the copper mines of Little Nama-

qualand. [1894.] Edinb. Geol. Soc. Trans., 7, 1899,

30-34.



223-229.

On apophyllite from Cape Colony.
Geol. Soc. Trans., 7, 1899, 252-253.

Note on the felspars of Canisp.



[1897.] Edinb.

[1898.] Edinb.

Geol. Soc. Trans., 7, 1899, 494-496.
Currie, Rolla P. New species of North American

Myrmelionidse. Canad. Ent., 30, 1898, 93-96, 134-

140, 241-243, 273-276; 31, 1899, 361-365.
A new bird of paradise. U. S. Mus. Proc., 22, 1900,

497-499.
Currier, Andrew F. Gonorrhoea in the female. N. Y.

Med. Jl., 41, 1885, 39-43, 88-91; 42, 1885, 424-426,

441, 452-455.
Local vs. general treatment in gynaecology. N. Y.

Med. JL, 43, 1886, 258-262.
A study relative to the functions of the reproductive

apparatus in American Indian women. N. Y. Med. Jl.,

54, 1891, 550-552.
Constipation, especially in its relations to the diseases

peculiar to women. [1892.] N. Y. Med. Jl., 57, 1893,

162-166.
Introduction to the debate on menstruation before

the Medical Society of the State of New York at Albany,

February 6, 1894, with remarks concerning normal men-
struation. N. Y. Med. JL, 59, 1894, 395-398.
Currier, Charles G. Milk sterilisation. N. Y. Med. JL,

51, 1890, 687-690.
Self-purification of flowing water and the influence of

polluted water in the causation of disease. (A biological

study.) [With discussion.] [1890.] Amer. Soc. Civ.

Engin. Trans., 24, 1891, 21-79.

Origin and restriction of tuberculosis. N. Y. Med.

JL, 55, 1892, 204-206.
Currier, W. S. [The mountain meteorological stations

of the United States.] [1892.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 9

(1892-93), 45.
Curry, A. V. Die Brieftaube im nachsten Kriege. Wien

Ornith. Ver. Mitth., 14, 1890, 336-339.
Ueber Farbe und Zeichnung. Wien Ornith. Ver.

Mitth., 14, 1890. 346-350.
Unsichtbare Feinde. Wien Ornith. Ver. Mitth., 16,



1892, 283-289.
Der grosse Wettflug zwischen Wien-Berlin und Berlin-

Wien. Wien Ornith. Ver. Mitth., 17, 1893, 123-125.
Curry, Charles Emerson. Ueber die Fortpflanzung von

Verdichtungsstossen in einem Gase. Ann. Phys. Chem.,

51, 1894, 460-492.
On the electromagnetic theory of reflection on the

surface of crystals. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1898, 811-812.
Curry, Charles Emerson, & Davis, William Morris. See

Davis & Curry.
Curry, Gordon L. Gillenia stipulacea, Nuttall. Amer.

Jl. Pharm., 64, 1892, 513-514.
Curry, Joseph J. The Bacillus capsulatus (Bacillus

pneumonias of FRIEDLANDER?), with special reference

to its connection with acute lobar pneumonia. Boston

Soc. Med. Sci. JL, 2, 1898, 137-140; Jl. Exper. Med.,

4, 1899, 169-179.
Curschmann, H[einrich]. Einige Bemerkungen iiber die

im Bronchialsecret vorkommenden Spiralen. Deutsch.

Arch. Klin. Med., 36, 1885, 578-585.
Topographisch-klinische Studien. [i. Die Anomalien

der Lage, Form und Grosse des Dickdarms und ihre

klinische Bedeutung. n. Ueber einige Beziehungen der

hinteren Bauchwand und des retroperitonealen Zellge-

webes zur Bauch- und Brusthohle.] Deutsch. Arch. Klin.

Med., 53, 1894, 1-44.
Curschmann, H[einricK], & Bisenlohr, C[arl]. Zur

Pathologic und pathologischen Anatomic der Neuritis



Curschmann]



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und des Herpes Zoster. Deutsch. Arch. Klin. Med.,

34, 1884, 409-418.
Cursiter, James W. The deal-fish in Orkney. Ann. Scott.

Nat. Hist., 1896, 160-161.
The roller in Orkney. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1896,

252.
Cartel, Georges. Recherches physiologiques sur les enve-

loppes florales. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., Ill, 1890, 539-

541.
Recherches physiologiques sur la transpiration et

1'assimilation pendant les nuits norvegiennes. Rev. Ge"n.

Bot., 2, 1890, 7-16.
Recherches sur les variations de la transpiration de

la fleur pendant son de'veloppement. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. R., 114, 1892, 847-849.
Recherches physiologiques sur la fleur. Ann. Sci.

Nat. (Bot.), 6, 1897, 221-308.

Recherches experimentales sur les phenomenes physio-
logiques accompagnant la chlorose chez la vigne. Paris,

Ac. Sci. C. R., 130, 1900, 1074-1076.
Curtice, Cooper. Early stages in the life of Taenia

pectinata. Science, 11, 1888, 137-138.
Oriskany drift near Washington, D.C. Amer. Geolo-
gist, 3, 1889, 223-225.
The tape-worm disease of sheep. U. S. Bur. Anim.

Ind. Rep., 4 & 5, 1889, 167-184.
Outbreaks of Southern cattle fever in Maryland.

U. S. Bur. Anim. Ind. Rep., 4 & 5, 1889, 429-442.
The detection of tuberculosis in cattle. U. S. Bur.



The evolution of assimilating tissue in sporophytes.
Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 25, 1898, 25-29.
Further observations on the relations of turgor to
growth. [1898.] Amer. Natlist., 33, 1899, 208-209;
Bot. Gaz., 27, 1899, 125.

Turgidity in Mycelia. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 27,



Anim. Ind. Rep., 12 & 13, 1897, 283-295.

Curties, C. Lees. [Microscope specially made for photo-
graphic purposes.] Micr. Soc. Jl., 1894, 417.

Apparatus for obtaining instantaneous photomicro-
graphs. Micr. Soc. JL, 1894, 516-517.

A new microtome for cutting flat sections. Micr.

Soc. Jl., 1897, 86.

[New mechanical removable stage.] Micr. Soc. Jl.,

1898, 253.

Direct-vision spectroscope. Micr. Soc. Jl., 1899, 337.
[A new electrically heated stage.] Micr. Soc. JL,

1899, 354-355.

[A new form of portable microscope by LEITZ.] Micr.

Soc. JL, 1899, 678.

[An achromatic condenser.] Micr. Soc. JL, 1900, 532.

Curtin, Roland G. Rocky Mountain fever. [1886.] N. Y.

Med. JL, 45, 1887, 29-31.
Curtin, Roland G. , & Watson, Edward W. A brief study

of some ancient epidemics and their relation to influenza,

with notes on the epidemic of 1893-94, and recent

methods of treatment. N. Y. Med. JL, 59, 1894, 406-

408.
Curtis, Alfred Harper. Gold-quartz reduction. Inst. Civ.

Engin. Proc., 108, 1892, 97-134.
Curtis, Arthur Hill. *0n the pressure of earth against a

retaining wall. [1882.] Dublin Soc. Sci. Proc., 4, 1885,

9-19.
Curtis, B. Farquhar. Congenital ankylosis of the radio-

ulnar articulations. N. Y. Med. JL, 42, 1885, 319-321.
Urethritis and chancroid ; a report on the cases

treated at the Chambers Street Hospital, out-patient

department, from Jan. 11, 1884, to March 20, 1885.

[With discussion.] [1885.] N. Y. Med. JL, 43, 1886,

317-322, 334-335.
Some cases of perityphlitis. [1890.] N. Y. Med. JL,

53, 1891, 7-11.
Curtis, C. A catalogue of the flowering plants and ferns

found growing wild in the island of Penang. Singapore

Roy. Asiat. Soc. JL, 25, 1894, 67-167.
Curtis, C. E. The principles of forestry. Agr. Soc. JL,

24, 1888, 337-365.
Curtis, Carlton C[larence]. An examination of the seeds

of some native orchids. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 20,

1893, 183-192.



1900, 1-13.
Curtis, Charles P. The double-crested cormorant. Auk,

11, 1894, 175.
Curtis, Chester B. Analysis of aqueous alcohol. Jl. Phys.

Chem., 2, 1898, 371-375.
Curtis, F. Recherches anatomiques sur 1'anastomose du

median et du cubital a 1'avant-bras. Int. Jl. Anat., 3,

1886, 309-324.
Sur les modifications de structure que subissent les

parois arterielles a Forigine des collate' rales. Paris, Soc.

Biol. Me'm., 40, 1888 (C. R.), 377-379.
Structure des valvules sigmoi'des de 1'aorte et de

1'artere pulmonaire ; vascularite' de la tunique moyenne

des gros vaisseaux. Paris, Soc. Biol. Mm., 40, 1888

{C. R.), 591-594.
Le developpement de la mamelle et du mamelon

d'apres les travaux les plus re"cents. [1889.] Rev. Biol.

N. France, [1], 1889, 441-457 ; [2], 1890, 1-17.

Sur le developpement de Pongle chez le foetus humain
jusqu'a la naissance. Robin, JL Anat., 25, 1889, 125-
186.

Un cas de stenose de la pulmonaire avec occlusion
partielle de I'infundibulum et perforation ventriculaire.
[1890.] Rev. Biol. N. Prance, [3], 1891, 81-89.

Note sur un nouveau parasite humain, Megalococcus

myxoides, trouve' dans un n^oplasme de la region inguino-
crurale. Paris, Soc. Biol. Mem., 47, 1895 (C. R.), 715-
718.

Contribution a 1'^tude de la saccharomycose humaine.

Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 10 (1896), 449-468.

A propos des parasites du cancer. Paris, Soc. Biol.

M^m., 51, 1899 (C 1 . R.), 191-193.

Curtis, F., & Combemale, [Francois Auguste] F[rederic],
Premiere note sur les microorganismes qu'on rencontre
dans la rate et le cerveau des malades morts de typhus
exanth^matique. Paris, Soc. Biol. M6m., 45, 1893 (C. R.),
441-442.

Curtis, F. [On the occurrence of Tringoides macularius
in Ireland.] Brit. Ornith. Club Bull., 8, 1899, xxxv-
xxxvi.

Curtis, F. A. *0n the best method of constructing an
index. [1858.] Assur. Mag., 8, 1860, 54-57.

*A scheme for the collection of data for periodical

observation of mortality among lives selected for as-
surance: illustrated by examples from observations of
mortality in Austria. [1875.] Inst. Act. JL, 19, 1876,
229-246.

*Life assurance in France. Inst. Act. JL, 19, 1876,

414-427.

Curtis, F. A. Observation d'une trombe marine. As-
tronomic, 1885, 351-353.

Curtis, Frederic C. Ringworm of the scalp ; suggestions
on its treatment and on the recognition of its cure.
N. Y. Med. JL, 43, 1886, 214-215.

Curtis, G. Lenox. Some suggestions on the treatment of
pyorrhoea alveolaris. [1898.] N. Y. Med. JL, 69, 1899,
48-50.

Curtis, George Carroll, & Smith, George Otis. See Smith
& Curtis.

Curtis, George Carroll, & Woodworth, Jay Backus.
Nantucket, a morainal island. A geological model of
Nantucket. Jl. Geol. (Chicago), 7, 1899, 226-236.

Curtis, George E[dward], For biography and list of works
see Amer. Meteorol. JL, 12 (1895-96), 1-4; Washington
Phil. Soc. Bull., 13, 1900, 384-387.

The effect of wind-currents on rainfall. U. S. Signal
Serv. Notes, No. 16, 1884, 11 pp.

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The relation between northers and magnetic dis-
turbances at Havana, Cuba. U. S. Signal Serv. Notes,
No. 13, 1885, 16 pp.

The theory of the wind vane. Amer. Jl. Sci., 34,
1887, 44-52.

Gas comets. [1887.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 4 (1887-88),

47-48.

Tornado predictions and their verification. [1887.]

Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 4 (1887-88), 68-74.

A sensitive wind-vane. Science, 9, 1887, 342.

Instructions to voluntary observers. [1888.] Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 4, 1887-88, 434-436.

The Trans-Mississippi rainfall problem restated.

[1888.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 5 (1888-89), 66-79.

Suction anemometers. [1888.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl.,

5 (1888-89), 193-209.

Is the rainfall increasing on the plains? Science, 11,



1888, 194.

The rainfall at Fort Leaven worth, Kan.



Science, 12,

1888, 10-11; Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 5 {1888-89), 372.
Dew-point tables. [1889.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 5
(1888-89), 477-478, 480.

Progress of meteorology in 1889. Smithsonian Hep.,



1889, 205-285.

Who sold his wheat for $1.40? or an examination of
the value of .BLAKE'S tables. [1889.] Kan. Ac. Sci.
Trans., 12, 1890, 37-42.

An electric storm. [1890.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 7
(1890-91), 392-393.

Rain-making in Texas. Nature, 44, 1891, 594.

The facts about rain-making. [1892.] Amer. Mete-



orol. Jl., 9 (1892-93), 276-279.
A problem in mechanical flight.



[1894.] Ann. Math.,
8 (1893-94), 165-175.

Winds injurious to vegetation and crops. [1895.]

U. S. Weath. Bur. Bull., 11, 1894, 435-444.

Curtis, George E[dward] (et alii). Smithsonian meteoro-
logical tables. [Based on GUYOT'S meteorological and
physical tables.] [1893.] Smithsonian Miscell.. Coll., 35,

1897, Art. 1, lix + 262 pp.

Curtis, George W. The development of the American

trotter. A study in animal physics. Texas Ac. Sci.

Trans., 1 (No. 1), 1892, 35-44.
Curtis, H. E., Scovell, M. A., & Peter, A.. M. See

Scovell, Peter & Curtis.
Curtis, H. Holbrook. The effects on the vocal cords of

improper method in singing. [1893.] N. Y. Med. Jl.,

59, 1894, 70-74.
Curtis, H. P. The terms cyclone and tornado. [1895.]

Amer. Meteorol. JL, 11 (1894-95), 425-426.
Curtis, H. S. Automatic movements of the larynx.

[1900.] Amer. Jl. Psychol., 11, 1899-1900, 237-239.
Curtis, Heber I). Bright meteor observed at Napa,

February.2, 1896. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 8, 1896, 86.
Very bright meteor, March 4, 1898. Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 10, 1898, 79.
The Leonids in 1898. Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 10,

1898, 242.

Elements of Comet b 1898. Astr. JL, 19, 1899, 195.

Elliptic elements of Comet b, 1898 (Perrine). Astr.



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