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On the nest and parasites of Prosopis varifrons,

Cresson. [1895.] Psyche, 7, 1896, 315-316.
Malvastrum splendidum, Kellogg. Erythea, 4, 1896,

68-69.

- On the nesting habits of Anthidium consimile.

Philad., Ent. News, 7, 1896, 22-26.

Alcidamea producta, Cress., and its parasites. Philad.,
Ent. News, 7, 1896, 216-218.

Parasites of spider eggs. Philad., Eut. News, 7, 1896,
319-320.

Habits and parasites of a new Californian wasp.

Psyche, 7, 1896, 335-336.

The lupines of Los Angeles county, California.

Erythea, 6, 1898, 70-72.

Davidson, C. On the apparent diurnal motion of stars in
relation to the adjustment of the polar axis of a tele-
scope. [1897.] Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 58, 1898,
4-9.

Davidson, C[harles]. Note on the determination of nitric
nitrogen by SCHLOESING'S method. Chem. News, 81,
1900, 97-98.

Davidson, Duncan. Silver-striped hawk-moth in Boss-
shire. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1896, 125.

Davidson, E. Die Steinkohlenlager in Sibirien. Berg- u.
Huttenm. Ztg., 53, 1894, 115-116.

Ueber die Bernsteinfunde im europaischen Bussland.
Berg- u. Huttenm. Ztg., 53, 1894, 325-327.

Die Sodafabrikation in Bussland. Ztschr. Angew.

Chem., 1896, 659-661.
Die Entwicklung der Erdol-Industrie in Bussland.

Oesterr. Ztschr. Bergwesen, 45, 1897, 651-656, 667-670,

680-682.
Der Bergbau in Bussland. Ztschr. Berg-, Hiitten- u.

Salinenw., 45, 1897 (Abh.), 90-130.
Die Salzgewinnung in Bussland. Wien, Berg- u.

Huttenm. Jbuch., 48, 1900, 65-98.
Davidson, E. C. Cholelithiasis. [1899.] N. Y. Med. Jl.,

71, 1900, 83-88.

Davidson, F. P. See under Smith, Edgar F[ahs].
Davidson, G. Fountleroy, & Davidson, George. Occulta-

tions of stars by dark limb of the moon. Sidereal

Messenger, 6, 1887, 162.
Davidson, G[eorge] L. O. Flight, and how birds get a rise

out of the wind when soaring. Aeronaut. Jl., 2, 1898,

15-20.

The flying machine of the future. Aeronaut. Jl., 2,
1898, 51-56.

Davidson, George. Observations of occultations of stars
by the moon and of phenomena of Jupiter's satellites,
made at Davidson Observatory, San Francisco, and at
Table Mountain Station, California. Astr. Soc. Month.
Not., 44, 1884, 268-273.



Notes on the volcanic eruption of Mount St. Augustin,
Alaska, Oct. 6, 1883. Science, 3, 1884, 186-189, 814.

The new Bogosloff volcano in Bering Sea. Science,

3, 1884, 282-286.

Occultations of stars by the moon, 1883. [1884.]

Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 45, 1885, 58-59.

Becent volcanic activity in the United States : erup-
tions of Mount Baker. Science, 6, 1885, 262.

Note on the appearance of Saturn. California Ac.



Bull., 1, 1886 (No. 1, 1884), 48-49.

Annular solar eclipse, October 30, 1883. California
Ac. Bull., 1, 1886 (No. 1, 1884), 49-51.

A brilliant meteor. California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886



(No. 1, 1884), 51.

Intra-Mercurial planets. California Ac. Bull., 1,
1886 (No. 1, 1884), 51-54.

The Pons-1812 Comet. California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886
(No. 1, 1884), 54-55.

The planets Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. California



Ac. Bull., 1, 1886 (No. 1, 1884), 55-57.

Black transits of Jupiter's satellites III and IV. [1884.]

California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 339-342.
- The dark transit of Jupiter's satellite IV. [1885.]
California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 342-344.

Transit of Jupiter's IV satellite, June 7, 1885.

[Abstract of notes of observation by Charles BURCK-
HALTEB.] California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 345.
Transit of Jupiter's IV satellite, June 7, 1885. Cali-
fornia Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 346-347.

The temperature of the water of the Golden Gate.



California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 354-357.
Notes on Saturn. [1886.] California Ac. Bull., 2,

1887, 73-75.

Transits of the II and III satellites of Jupiter. [1886.]

California Ac. Bull., 2, 1887, 89-90.
The annular solar eclipse of March 5, 1886. [1886.]

California Ac. Bull., 2, 1887, 91-92.

Submarine valleys on the Pacific coast of the United

States. [1886.] California Ac. Bull., 2, 1887, 265-

268.



- Standard geodetic data. [1886.] California Ac.
Bull., 2, 1887, 319-324.

Early Spanish voyages of discovery on the coast of
California. [1886.] California Ac. Bull., 2, 1887, 325-
335.

Occultations of stars by the dark limb of the moon at
the Davidson Observatory, San Francisco, Cal. Cali-
fornia Ac. Bull., 2, 1887, 448.

Occultation of Aldebaran. Sidereal Messenger, 6,
1887, 195.

Besources of and developments in Alaska. U. S.
Coast Geod. Surv. Bull., No. 4, [1888], 13-24.

Volcanic eruption in the Behring Sea. Amer. Geogr.



Soc. Jl., 22 (1890), 267-272.

The apparent projection of stars, upon the bright

limb of the moon at occultation, and similar phenomena.
Astr. Soc. Month. Not. , 50, 1890, 385-388.

Meteors of Nov. 23, 1892. Astr. & Astrophys., 12,
1893, 86-87.

- Transit of Mercury, May 9, 1891. Astr. & Astrophys.,
12, 1893, 88-89.

Etoiles filantes; fluctuation de la latitude. [Lettre a
D'ABBADIE.] Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 116, 1893, 1021-
1022.

- [Transit of Mercury, Nov. 10, 1894.] Davidson
Observatory, San Francisco, California. Astr. & Astro-
phys., 13, 1894, 866-867.

The apparent projection of stars upon the bright limb

of the moon at occultation, and similar phenomena at
total solar eclipses, Transits of Venus and Mercury, etc.,
etc. [1897.] California Ac. Proc. (Math.-Phys.), 1,
[1903], 63-102.

The submerged valleys of the coast of California,



Davidson]



494



[Davies



U. S. A., and of Lower California, Mexico. [1897.]
California Ac. Proc. (Geol.), I, 1904, 73-103.

Davidson, George, & Davidson, G. Fountleroy. See above.

Davidson, George, & Hill, Charles B. Observations of the
"Pons-Brooks" Comet, 1883 and 1884, made with the
filar micrometer on the 6 '4-inch equatorial of the
Davidson Observatory, San Francisco, Cal., Long.
8h.09m.42-6s.W. of Gr. Sidereal Messenger, 4, 1885,
152.

Observations of the " Pons-Brooks " Comet. Cali-
fornia Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 349.

Phenomena of the satellites of Jupiter. Observed

at the Davidson Observatory, San Francisco, Cal., during
the year 1884. California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 350-351.

Occultations of stars by the moon. Observed at the

Davidson Observatory, San Francisco, Cal., during the
year 1884. California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886, 352-353.

Occultations of stars in the Hyades, observed at the

Davidson Observatory, San Francisco, Cal., Feb'y 12th,
1886. Sidereal Messenger, 5, 1886, 224. . '

Davidson, J[ames\. Bird-nesting on the Ghats. Bombay
Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl., 1, 1886, 175-183.

Notes on nidification in Kanara. Bombay Nat. Hist.

Soc. Jl., 6, 1891, 331-340.

The butterflies of Matheran. [1894.] Bombay Nat.

Hist. Soc. Jl., 8, 1893-94, 556.

The birds of the Bombay Presidency. [1895.] Bom-
bay Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl. , 9, 1894-95, 488-489.

The birds of North Kanara. [1898.] Bombay -Nat.

Hist. Soc. Jl., 11, 1897-98, 652-679; 12, 1898-1900,
43-72.
A short trip to Kashmir. Ibis, 4, 1898, 1-42.

Davidson, J[ames], & Aitken, E[dward] H[amiltori\.
Notes on the larvae and pup of some of the butterflies
of the Bombay Presidency. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. Jl.,
5, 1890, 260-278, 349-375.

Davidson, J[ames], Bell, T. R., & Aitken, E[dward]
H[amiltori\. The butterflies of the North Canara district
of the Bombay Presidency. [1896-97.] Bombay Nat.
Hist. Soc. Jl., 10, 1895-97, 237-259, 372-393, 568-584;
11, 1897-98, 22-63.

Davidson, J. Ewen. Neuer Comet entdeckt Juli 21. Astr.
Nachr., 122, 1889, 143-144.

Thunderstorms and auroral phenomena. [1893.]

Nature, 47 (1892-93), 582.

A remedy for bookworms. [1898.] Nature, 59 (1898-

99), 126-127.

Davidson, J. Mackenzie. Some new X ray tubes. Photogr.
Jl., 22, 1898, 251-252.

Davidson, (Rev.) John. The Bass of Inverurie, a fragment
of an ancient alluvial bed. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1885, 1018-
1019.

Davidson, R. J, Report on nitrogen. [1898.] U. S. Div.
Chem. Bull. , No. 56, 1899, 14-28.

Davidson, Robert. The estimation of iron in chars. Soc.
Chem. Ind. JL, 6, 1887, 421-423.

Davidson, Rodger G. Blackcap in Perthshire in December.
Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1900, 121.

Davidson, T. D. Transit of Mercury, May 9, 1891. Astr.
& Astrophys., 12, 1893, 88-89.

Davidson, Thomas. For biography and works see Brux.,
Soc. Malacol. Ann., 20 (1885), v-vii ; Deutsch. Malako-
zool. Ges. Nachrbl., 17, 1885, 188; Geol. Mag., 2, 1885,
528; Nature, 32, 1885, 607; Yorks. Phil. Soc. Rep., 1885,
13-14; Caen, Soc. Linn. Normandie Bull., 10, 1886,
9-19; Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 42, 1886 (Proc.), 39-40;
Jl. de Conch., 34, 1886, 116-117; Roy. Soc. Proc., 39,
1886, viii-xi ; Scott. Natlist., 8, 1885-86, 241-242 ; Corn-
wall Geol. Soc. Trans., 10, 1887, cclix-cclx; Geol. Ass.
Proc., 9, 1887, 377-378; Glasgow Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc.
& Trans., 1, 1887, Ixix-lxx; Miinchen Ak. Sber., 16, 1887,
64-67; Glasgow Geol. Soc. Trans., 8, 1888, 138-142.

'[British fossil Brachiopoda. Vol. I.] Pt. in. The



Oolitic and Liasic Brachiopoda. Palaeont. Soc. Monogr.,
4, 1851; 6, 1852, 100 pp. in all.

'[British fossil Brachiopoda. Vol. I.] Pt. i. The
Tertiary Brachiopoda. Palseont. Soc. Monogr., 6, 1852,
23pp.

'[British fossil Brachiopoda. Vol.1. Pt. n.] A mono-



graph of British Cretaceous Brachiopoda. [1852-54.]
Palfflont. Soc. Monogr., 6, 1852; 8, 1855, 117 pp. in all;
Append. 30 pp.

"[British fossil Brachiopoda. Vol. I. Introduction.]



Chapter in. On the classification of the Brachiopoda.
Palaeont. Soc. Monogr. , 7, 1853, 41-136.
'[British fossil Brachiopoda. Vol. II.] Part iv. The
Permian Brachiopoda. [1857.] Palaaont. Soc. Monogr.,
10, 1858, 51 pp.

'[British fossil Brachiopoda. Vol. II.] Part v. The



Carboniferous Brachiopoda. [1857-62.] Palaeont. Soc.
Monogr., 10, 1858; 11, 1859; 12, 1861; 13, 1861; 14,
1863, 280 pp. in all.

- '[British fossil Brachiopoda. Vol. III.] Part vi. The
Devonian Brachiopoda. Palasont. Soc. Monogr., 16,
1864; 17, 1865, 131pp. in all.

'[British fossil Brachiopoda. Vol. III.] Part vn.
The Silurian Brachiopoda. [With introduction by Sir
Roderick T. MUBCHISON.] Palaeont. Soc. Monogr., 19,
1866; 20, 1867; 22, 1869; 24, 1871, 397 pp. in all.

*A monograph of the British fossil Brachiopoda.
[Vol. IV.] Palfflont. Soc. Monogr., 27, 1874; 30, 1876;
32, 1878; 34, 1880; 35, 1881; 36, 1882, 383 pp. in all.

*A monograph of the British fossil Brachiopoda.
Vol. V. Palaeont. Soc. Monogr., 36, 1882; 37, 1883; 38,
1884, 476 pp. in all.

'Note on Chonetes Laguessiana. Geol. Mag., 10,
1883, 371-372.

Note on Lingula Lesueuri, Rouault. Midland Natlist.,



7, 1884, 73-74.

On a living spinose Rhynchonella from Japan. [Posth.~\
Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 17, 1886, 1-3.

A monograph of recent Brachiopoda. [Posth.~\ Linn.



Soc. Trans. (ZooL), 4, 1886-88, 248 pp.
Davidson, Thomas, & Dalton, William Herbert. A mono-
graph of the British fossil Brachiopoda. Bibliography

of the Brachiopoda. Palseont. Soc. Monogr., 39, 1886,

163 pp.
Davidson, Thomas. On the climate of south California

and its suitability as a health resort. Glasgow Med. Jl.,

39, 1893, 417-426.
Davidson, W. A. Cerulean warbler. Ornith. Ool., 17,

1892, 137.
Davidson, \\~\iUnun\ i:[>-nir>i\, & Hantzsch, Arthur

[Rudolf]. Physikochemische Untersuchungen iiber Dia-

zoniumsalze, Diazoniumhydrat und normale Diazotate.

Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 31, 1898, 1612-1648.

. See also Hantzsch & Davidson.
Davidson, W\illiam\ B[rowri], & Japp, Francis Robert.

See Japp & Davidson.
Davidson, Walter B. M. Notes on the geological origin of

phosphate of lime in the United States and Canada.

[1892.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 21, 1893, 139-

157.
Davidson, (Rev.) William L. The scientific method in

biological classification. Scott. Natlist., 7, 1883-84, 98-

101, 157-160, 195-198; 8, 1885-86, 2-4, 58-61, 106-108.
Davidson Observatory (San Francisco). See Davidson,

George.
Davies, . Natural history notes on Tenby. [1900.]

Edinb. Nat. Soc. Trans., 4, 1902, 94-98.
Davies, (Surg.-Maj.) A[rthur] M[ercer]. Enteric fever in

campaigns; its prevalence and causation. Int. Congr.

Hyg. Trans. (1891, 8), 84-96.
On the value of the chemical and bacteriological

examination of water. [1895.] Indian Med. Gaz., 30,

1896, 184-190, 264-265.



Davies]



495



[Davies



Description of a cheap, easily improvised and port-
able bacteriological apparatus. [1896.] Indian Med.
Gaz., 31, 1897, 88-90.

The biological treatment of sewage. Indian Med.

Ga/., 35, 1900, 417-422.

Davies, A[rthur] M[prley~\. Excursion to Hainpstead.
[1895.] Geol. Ass. Proc., 14, 1896, 97-98.

Excursion to Whitchurch, Oving and Quainton.

[1897.] Geol. Ass. Proc., 15, 1899, 207-209.

The base of the Gault in eastern England. Geol.

Mag., 6, 1899, 159-163.

Contributions to the geology of the Thame valley.
[With remarks upon the Ostracoda by F. CHAPMAN.]
[1898.] Geol. Ass. Proc., 16, 1900, 15-58.

Excursion to the Thame district. [1899.] Geol. Ass.

Proc., 16, 1900, 157-159.
Davies, Arthur] M[orley], & Emary, Percy. Excursion

to Aylesbury, Hartwell and Stone. [1897.] Geol. Ass.

Proc., 15, 1899, 90-95.
Davies, A[rthur] M[orley], & Gregory, J[ohn~\ Walter.

The geology of Monte Chaberton. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl.,

50, 1894, 303-310.
Davies, A[rthur] N[orley], & Howes, G[eorge] B[ond].

See Howes & Davies.
Davies, Alfred T., & Kitto, Benedict K. *0n some beds

of sand and clay in the parish of St. Agnes, Cornwall.

[1876.] Cornwall Geol. Soc. Trans., 9, 1878, 196-204.
Davies, Arthur. Chloride of calcium as a therapeutic

agent. Practitioner, 36, 1886, 12-17.
Davies, Basil. Varying fecundity in birds. Zoologist, 2,

1898, 495-499.

Fecundity in each avine species, varying according to
accidents of locality. Zoologist, 3, 1899, 164-167.

Davies, Benjamin. New form of apparatus for the pro-
duction of Rontgen rays. Nature, 54 (1896), 281-282.
A remarkable lightning flash. Nature, 54 (1896),

573-574.
A new form of amperemeter and voltmeter with a long

scale. London Phys. Soc. Proc., 16, 1899, 425-434;

Phil. Mag., 48, 1899, 204-212.
Davies, Benjamin, & Lodge, Oliver J[oseph]. See Lodge

& Davies.
Davies, C. A. W. A man eating panther. Bombay Nat.

Hist. Soc. Jl., 6, 1891, 108-110.
Davies, Charles A[ugustus]. Tuberculosis in the Isle of

Man. [1900.] Tuberculosis, 1, 1902, 209-218.
Davies, (Rev.) Charles D. P. Note on a suggested form of

equatorial mounting for a (modified) Newtonian reflector.

Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 55, 1895, 400-403.
Note on a preliminary and unsuccessful attempt to

photograph the corona without an eclipse. Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 59, 1899, 158-162.

Davies, Charles T., & Job, Robert. See Job & Davies.
Davies, D\avid] Christopher]. For biographical notice

and works see Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 42, 1886 (Proc.), 43.
Davies, D[avid] S[amuel]. On epidemic influenza. Prac-
titioner, 47, 1891, 311-320.
Davies, Edward. Notes on testing for arsenic. Pharm.

JL, 14, 1884, 830-832.
The life and writings of the Honourable Eobert

BOYLE. Liverpool Lit. Phil. Soc. Proc., 41, 1887, 109-

123.
Explosions in connection with coal dust. Liverpool

Lit. Phil. Soc. Proc., 49, 1895, 105-120.
Acetylene and its applications. [1895.] Liverpool

Lit. Phil. Soc. Proe. , 50, 1896, xxxi-xxxiii.
Davies, (Lt.) F. J. The employment of photography in

reconnaissance. [With discussion.] United Serv. Inst.

JL, 36, 1892, 447-461.
Davies, F. W. A new constant-potential continuous

current transformer. Elect. Rev., 47, 1900, 614-615.
Davies, George. For biographical notice see Jl. Bot., 30,

1892, 288.



Davies, Griffith. For biography see Assur. Mag., 5, 1855,

337-348.
*0n the value of reversionary life interests. [Posth.]

Inst. Act. JL, 15, 1870, 138-141.
Davies, H[oward] 0[weri], & Herringham, W[ilmot]

P[arker]. See Herringham & Davies.
Davies, H[enry~\ R[ees]. Beitrag zur Entwicklungs-

geschichte der Feder. Vorlaufige Mittheilung. Morphol.

Jbuch., 14, 1888, 369-371.
Die Entwicklung der Feder und ihre Beziehungen zu

anderen Integumentgebilden. Morphol. Jbuch., 15, 1889,

560-645.

Pectination. Nature, 43, 1891, 367-368.

Davies, Herbert E. A calcium phosphate deposited from
an acetic acid solution. Chem. News, 64, 1891, 287.

Kansas mineral water. Kan. Ac. Sci. Trans., 15,

1898, 82-88.

The action of water on zinc and galvanised iron.

Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 18, 1899, 102-105.

Davies, J. Butler. Some notes from Dingle shore. Liver-
pool Geol. Ass. Trans., 10, 1890, 30-34.

Davies, John E[ugene~\. For biographical notice see Amer.
Micr. Soc. Trans., 21, 1900, 249-250.

Observations in declination made with the meridian
circle from November 26, 1886, to [May, 1887]. Wash-
burn Obs. PubL, 5, 1887, 80-95, 14*-23*.

The large equatorial. [Observations of Sappho = (80).

Observations of Comet b 1887. Observations of double
stars.] Washburn Obs. PubL, 5, 1887, 97-115.

Summary of meteorological observations taken, at
Madison, during the years 1853 to 1886 inclusive.
Washburn Obs. PubL, 5, 1887, 244-262.

Observations of Sappho (80), near opposition, made

at the Washburn Observatory, Madison, Wis. [1887.]

Astr. JL, 7, 1888, 86.
On some analogies between the equations of elasticity

and electro-magnetism. Wisconsin Ac. Trans., 9, 1893,

1-20.
Davies, John H. Notes on a waterhen's nest. [1888.]

Belfast Nat. Hist. Soc. Rep. & Proc., 1887-88, 41-42.
The lesser burnet, Poterium sanguisorba, L., in the

north of Ireland. Irish, Natlist., 1, 1892, 81-82.
Carex teretiuscula, Good., in County Down.



Natlist., 5, 1896, 270-271.

Notes on some casuals in County Antrim.



Irish

Irish

Natlist., 5, 1896, 309-312.
Galium erectum, Huds., and G. mollugo, Linn., in

the north-east of Ireland. Irish Natlist., 6, 1897, 259-

269.

Isle of Man plants. Jl. Bot., 35, 1897, 199-200.

Epilobium roseum, Schr., native in Ireland? Irish

Natlist., 7, 1898, 7-8, 41-43.

Teesdalia nudicaulis in north-east of Ireland. Irish

Natlist., 7, 1898, 198-199.
Plants found at Killough, Co. Down. Irish Natlist.,

7, 1898, 245-246.

Elatine hydropiper, Linn., in the Lagan canal. Irish



Natlist., 7, 1898, 259-260.
Teesdalia nudicaulis in Co. Down.
1899, 161.
Poa compressa, Linn., as an Irish



Natlist., 8, 1899, 224-226.

The botany of the shores of Lough Neagh.



Irish Natlist., 8,
plant.



Irish
[1900.]



Belfast Nat. Hist. Soc. Rep. & Proc., 1900-01, 35-42.

Some mosses from north-east Ireland. Irish Natlist.

9, 1900, 171-176.

Botanical notes from north Ireland. Irish Natlist.,

9, 1900, 218-219.

Davies, Jos. The diamond. Liverpool Geol. Ass. JL, 11,
1891, 45-51.

Davies, Joseph. Extraordinary phenomenon at Beacons-
field. Tasmania Roy. Soc. Proc., 1888, xxv-xxvi.

Davies, Mark. Some random notes by an old angler on



Davies]



496



[Davis



fishes of the Lea. [1899.] Essex Natlist., 11, 1900,

133-135.
Davies, Morgan W. Timber bridges and viaducts. [1894.]

N. Eng. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 44, 1895, 110-124.
Davies, Robert H[igyins]. For biography and works see

Analyst, 18, 1693, 285-286; Chem. Soo. Jl., 65, 1894,

384-385; Pharm. Jl., 24, 1894, 439.
Notes on sulphate of quinine. [With discussion.]

Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1885, 439-449; Pharm. Jl.,

16, 1886, 358-360.
Notes on three new Chinese fixed oils. Pharm. Jl.,

15, 1885, 634-636.
The " iodine absorption " equivalent of essential oils.

Pharm. Jl., 19, 1889, 821-824.
Note on a compound of caffeine with mercuric

chloride. [With discussion.'] Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans. ,

1890, 393-396; Pharm. Jl., 21, 1891, 253.
Davies, Robert H[iggins], & Pearmain, Thomas H. Some

notes on oil of eucalyptus and eucalyptol. [With dis-
cussion.] Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1891, 465-476;

Pharm. JL, 22, 1892, 235-238.
Further notes on eucalyptol. [With discussion.] Brit.

Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1892, 388-392; Pharm. Jl., 23,

1893, 205-206.
Davies, S. H. Zur Kenntniss der Alkyl- und Acidyl-

Sulfide. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 24, 1891, 3548-3552,

4251.

Davies, S. H., & Feith, Emil. See Feith & Davies.
Davies, Button A. A naturalist's ramble in Swedish

Lapland. Zoologist, 16, 1892, 81-87.
Ornithological notes from Mid-Hants. Zoologist, 17,

1893, 8-13 ; 18, 1894, 295-303.
In quest of birds on the Muonio river. Zoologist,

19, 1895, 326-335.
Davies, /'. W., & Reade, T[homas] Mellard. Description

of the strata exposed during the construction of the

Seacombe branch of the Wirral railway. [1895.] Liver-
pool Geol. Soc. Proc. , 7, 1897, 327-348.
Davies, Thomas. For biography and list of works see

Geol. Mag., 10, 1893, 96; Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 49, 1893

(Proc.), 54-55; Nature, 47 (1892-93), 371-372 ; Min. Mag.,

10, 1894, 161-164.
Notes on the microscopic structure of some rocks

from Pembrokeshire. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 40, 1884,

548-558.

Geology [of Fernando Noronha]. Based on petro-



logical notes. Linn. Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 27, 1891, 86-95.
Davies, Thomas J. The Severn. [1897.] Caradoc Field

Club Trans., 2, 1897-1900, 14-16.
Davies, W. H. *The Liverpool Astronomical Society.

Observatory, London, 6, 1883, 268-269.
Davies, William. For biography see Amer. Natlist., 25,

1891, 410-412; Geol. Mag., 8, 1891, 144, 190-192; Geol.

Soc. Quart. JL, 47, 1891 (Proc.), 56.
Note on remains of the emu from the Wellington

caves, New South Wales. Geol. Mag., 1, 1884, 265.
Notes on some new carnivores from the British Eocene

formations. Geol. Mag., 1, 1884, 433-438.
[Edestus and Pelecopterus.] Geol. Mag., 3, 1886,

141-142.

On new species of Pholidophorus from the Purbeck



beds of Dorsetshire. Geol. Mag., 4, 1887, 337-339.
Notes on Chelonia. Geol. Mag., 4, 1887, 380.



Davies-Colley, N. Bones and kidneys from a case of

osteomalacia in a girl aged 13. London Path. Soc.

Trans., 35, 1884, 285-292.
Daville, [E. P. S.]. Notes de medecine et d'hygiene sur les

Nouvelles-Hebrides. Arch. Med. Navale, 62, 1894, 361-

371.

Tremblements de terre aux Nouvelles-Hebrides. Paris,



Davin, L. Note geologique sur les environs de la Rochette.
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Davis, A. M. The origin of uric acid: its relation to
leucocytosis and the effect of the ingestion of proto-
nuclein on its elimination. N. Y. Med. JL, 66, 1897,
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Davis, A. S. [A new form of mercurial barometer.]
Nature, 62 (1900), 562-563.

Davis, Achilles Edward. The light-streak as seen upon
the centre of the retinal vessels, due to reflection,
refraction, or to both ? Arch. Ophthalm., 20, 1891, 44-52.

JAVAL'S ophthalmometer and atropine in determining

errors of refraction, with an incidental notice of eye-
strain and graduated tenotomies. N. Y. Med. JL, 56,
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Double-movable mires for JAVAL-SCHIOTZ'S ophthal-
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The technics of the trial case; or, subjective op-

tometry. N. Y. Med. JL, 63, 1896, 800-804.

Davis, Arthur Powell. Report of progress of stream
measurements for the calendar year 1896. [1897.] U.S.
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Rainfall and temperature in Nicaragua. U. S. Monthly

Weath. Rev., 27 (1899), 211-212.

Hydrography of Nicaragua. [1900.] U. S. Geol.



Surv. Rep., 1898-99 (Pt. 4), 563-637.
Davis, Bergen. On a new effect produced by stationary

sound-waves. Amer. Jl. Sci. , 10, 1900, 231-236.
The Bernoulli effect in stationary sound waves. [1900.]

N. Y. Ac. Ann., 13, 1900-01, 487-488.
Davis, Bradley Moore. Continuity of the protoplasm in

the Chantransia form of Batrachospermum. Bot. Gaz.,

16, 1891, 149.
Development of the frond of Champia parvula, Harv.,

from the carpospore. Ann. Bot., 6, 1892, 339-354.
Euglenopsis : a new alga-like organism. Ann. Bot.,

8, 1894, 377-390.
Notes on the life history of a blue-green motile cell.

Bot. Gaz., 19, 1894, 96-102.
The fertilization of Batrachospermum. Ann. Bot.,

10, 1896, 49-74.
Development of the cystocarp of Champia parvula.

Bot. Gaz., 21, 1896, 109-117.

Development of the procarp and cystocarp in the



genus Ptilota. Bot. Gaz., 22, 1896, 353-378.

The vegetation of the hot springs of Yellowstone
Park. Science, 6, 1897, 145-157.

Kerntheilung in der Tetrasporenmutterzelle bei Coral-
lina officinalis, L., var. mediterranea. Deutsch. Bot.
Ges. Ber., 16, 1898, 266-272.

Recent work on the life-history of the Rhodophycese.
Bot. Gaz., 27, 1899, 314-319.

The spore-mother-cell of Anthoceros. Bot. Gaz., 28,

1899, 89-109.

Nuclear division in the Hepaticse. Amer. Ass. Proc. ,

1900, 281-282.

The fertilization of Albugo Candida. Bot. Gaz., 29,



Soc. Geogr. C. R., 1894, 245-251.

DaviUer, . L'alcool et 1'alcoolisme.

Emul. Ann., 1888, 187-221.



Vosges Soc.



1900, 297-311.



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