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: [Presidential address.] On the geography of Britain

in the Carboniferous period. [1886.] Manchester Geol.
. Soc. Trans., 19, 1888, 37-47.
[Presidential address to the Geol. Sect. The later

stages of the Tertiary period.] Brit. Ass. Bep., 1888,

644-650.
On Ailurus anglicus, a new carnivore from the Bed

Crag. Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 44, 1888, 228-231.
Cheddar. [1888.] Somersetsh. Soc. Proc., 34, 1889

(Pt. 1), 32-39.
On the clay slates and phyllites of the south of the

Isle of Man ; and a section of the Foxdale mine, Isle of

Man. [1888.] Manchester Geol. Soc. Trans., 20, 1890,

53-56.
The discovery of Coal-Measures near Dover. [ With

discussion.'] [1890-97.] Manchester Geol. Soc. Trans.,

20, 1890, 502-517; 21, 1892,456-474; 22,1895,488-510;

25, 1898, 155-163.

The discovery of coal near Dover. Nature, 41, 1890,



418-419; Rev. Sci., 45, 1890, 467-468.
On the discovery of the south-eastern coal-field. Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1891, 637.
Somerset and coal. Somersetsh. Soc. Proc., 38, 1892

(Pt. 1), 30-33.
The search for coal in the south of England. [1890.]

Roy. Inst. Proc., 13, 1893, 175-183.
On the geology of the Isle of Man. Part i. On the

conglomerates of the south of the island. [1889.] Yn

Lioar Manninagh, 1, [1894], Pt. 2, 16-18.
On the relation of the Palaeolithic to the Neolithic

period. [With discussion.] [1893.] Anthrop. Inst. Jl.,

23, 1894, 242-251, 254-257.
The probable range of the Coal-Measures under the

newer rocks of Oxfordshire and the adjoining counties.

Brit. Ass. Rep., 1894, 646-648.

On the deposit of iron ore in the boring at Shake-
speare Cliff, Dover. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1894, 648-649.
On the Permian strata of the north of the Isle of Man.



Brit. Ass. Rep., 1894, 662.
The Carboniferous limestone, Triassic sandstone, and

salt-bearing marls of the north of the Isle of Man. Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1894, 662-663.
The probable range of the Coal-Measures in southern

England. [With discussion.] Fed. Inst. Min. Engin.

Trans., 7, 1894, 533-545.
The coalfields of New South Wales. [With discussion.]

[1893.] Manchester Geol. Soc. Trans., 22, 1895, 160-178.
, On the geology of the Isle of Man. [1894-95.] Man-
chester Geol. Soc. Trans., 22, 1895, 590-606 ; 23, 1895,

147-155.



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On the geology of the Isle of Man. Brit. Ass. Rep.,

1896, 776-779.
On the relation of geology to engineering. Inst. Civ.

Engin. Proc., 134, 1898, 254-277.
On the south-eastern coalfield. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1899,

734-738.
The geological conditions of a tunnel under the Straits

of Dover. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1899, 750-751.

The Chartley white cattle. [1899.] N. Staff. Field

Club Rep., 1898-99, 48-54.

See also under Greenwcll, George C.
Dawkins, W\illiam] Koyd, & Sanford, W. Ayshford. *A

monograph of the British Pleistocene Mammalia. Vol. I.

British Pleistocene Felidte. Palseont. Soc. Monogr., 18,

1866; 21, 1868; 22, 1869; 25, 1872, 194 pp. in all.
Dawkins, William] Boyd, & Watts, William. See "Watts

& Dawkins.
Daws, William. The butterflies and sphingids of the

Penzance district. Ent. Record, 11, 1899, 317-319.
Dawson, Charles. Discovery of a large supply of "natural

gas" at Waldron, Sussex.' [1897.] Nature, 57 (1897-98),

150-151.

List of Wealden and Purbeck - Wealden fossils.

Brighton Nat. Hist. Soc. Rep., 1898, 31-37.

Ancient and modern "Dene Holes" and their makers.
Geol. Mag., 5, 1898, 293-302.

On the discovery of natural gas in east Sussex. Geol.

Soc. Quart. Jl., 54, 1898, 564-571.

Petroleum in Sussex. Brighton Nat. Hist. Soc. Rep.,

1899, 10-14.

Dawson, Charles, & Woodhead, S. A. The crystallisation

of beeswax and its influence on the formation of the cells

of bees. [1899.] Brit. Ass. Rep. , 1899, 782 ; Naturalists'

Jl., 8, 1899, G 1-5; Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 5, 1900, 121-

126.
Dawson, Charles F. A bacteriological potato-section cutter.

Amer. Micr. Jl., 13, 1892, 243-245.
Eine Methode, Dauerkulturen von Bakterien her-

metisch zu verschliessen. Centrbl. Bakt., 12, 1892,

720-721.
A method of hermetically sealing cultures of bacteria.

Amer. Micr. JL, 16, 1895, 322-324.
The serum diagnosis of hog cholera. N. Y. Med. JL,

65, 1897, 253-254.

Vitality and retention of virulence by certain patho-
genic bacteria in milk and its products. U. S. Bur.

Anim. Ind. Rep., 15, 1899, 224-228.
Asthenia (going light) in fowls. U. S. Bur. Anim.

Ind. Rep., 15, 1899, 329-334.
Laboratory methods for the diagnosis of certain

microorganismal diseases. U. S. Bur. Anim. Ind. Rep.,

15, 1899, 334-368.
A new method of applying the rabies test. [1900.]

Science, 13, 1901, 330.
Dawson, Charles F., & Moore, Veranus A. See Moore &

Dawson.
Dawson, Charles F., & Smith, Theobald. See Smith &

Dawson.
Dawson, Dan. Observations relating to indigo dyeing by

the hydrosulphite process. [With discussion^ Soc.

Dyers Col. Jl., 5, 1889, 93-98.
Dawson, George E. Psychic rudiments and morality.

[1900.] Amer. Jl. Psychol., 11, 1899-1900, 181-224.
Dawson, George M[ercer~\. *Glacial deposits of the Bow

and Belly river country. Science, 1, 1883, 477-479.
Recent geological observations in the Canadian North-

West Territory. Science, 3, 1884, 647-648, 814.
Boulder clays. On the microscopic structure of

certain boulder-clays and the organisms contained in

them. [1885.] Chicago Ac. Sci. Bull., 1, [1883-86],

57-69; Minn. Geol. Nat. Hist. Surv. Rep., 13, 1885,

150-163.
The Saskatchewan country. Science, 5, 1885, 340-342.

B. 8. XIV.



Preliminary report on the physical and geological

features of that portion of the Rocky Mountains, between
, latitudes 49 and 51 30'. Canada Geol. Surv. Rep., 1,
L-W86, B 1-B 169.

' Chinook winds.' Science, 7, 1886, 33-34.

On the occurrence of phosphates in nature. [1884.]

Ottawa Field-Nat. Club Trans., 2, [1887], 91-98.
On certain borings in Manitoba and the Northwest

Territory. [1886.] Canada Roy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 4,

1887 (Sect. 4), 85-99.

On the Canadian Rocky Mountains, with special
reference to that part of the range between the forty-
ninth parallel and the head-waters of the Red Deer river.
[1886.] Canad. Rec. Sci., 2, 1887, 285-300.

. Report on a geological examination of the northern
part of Vancouver Island and adjacent coasts. Canada
Geol. Surv. Rep., 2, 1887, B 1-B 107.

Notes to accompany a geological map of the northern

portion of the Dominion of Canada, east of the Rocky
Mountains. Canada Geol. Surv. Rep., 2, 1887, R 1-R 62.

Note on the occurrence of jade in British Columbia,

and its employment by the natives. Canad. Rec. Sci., 2,
1887, 364-370.

[On the Liassic fossils of M'CLINTOCK'S Expedition.]
[1887. ] Dublin Soc. Sci. Proc., 5, 1886-87, 497-498.

Note on the Cascade anthracite basin, Rocky Moun-
tains. Amer. Geologist, 1, 1888, 332-333.

Forest trees of the far North-West. Garden & Forest,
1, 1888, 58-59.

Recent observations on the glaciation of British

Columbia and adjacent regions. Geol. Mag., 5, 1888,
347-350.

The geological observations of the Yukon Expedition,

1887. Science, 11, 1888, 185-186.

Report on an exploration in the Yukon district,
N.W. T., and adjacent northern portion of British
Columbia, 1887. [1888.] Canada Geol. Surv. Rep., 3,
1889, B 1-B 277.

Notes on the ore-deposit of the Treadwell mine,
Alaska. Amer. Geologist, 4, 1889, 84-88.

On the earlier Cretaceous rocks of the north-western
portion of the Dominion of Canada. Amer. Jl. Sci., 38,

1889, 120-127.

The mineral wealth of British Columbia. With an
annotated list of localities of minerals of economic value.
Canada Geol. Surv. Rep., 3, 1889, R 1-R 163, xiv.

Glaciation of high points in the southern interior of

British Columbia. Geol. Mag., 6, 1889, 350-352.

Platinum in British Columbia. Science, 13, 1889,

290.

On the glaciation of the northern part of the Cor-
dillera, with an attempt to correlate the events of the
Glacial Period in the Cordillera and Great Plains. Amer.
Geologist, 6, 1890, 153-162.

Notes on the Cretaceous of the British Columbian

region. The Nanaimo group. Amer. Jl. Sci., 39, 1890,
180-183.

Report on a portion of the West Kootanie district,

British Columbia, 1889. Canada Geol. Surv. Rep., 4,

1890, B 1-B 66.

On some of the larger unexplored regions of Canada.

Ottawa Natlist., 4, 1890, 29-40.
Chalk from the Niobrara Cretaceous of Kansas.

Science, 16, 1890, 276.
Note on the geological structure of the Selkirk range.

[1890.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 2, 1891, 165-176.

On the later physiographical geology of the Rocky
Mountain region in Canada, with special reference to
changes in elevation and to the history of the Glacial
Period ; being the presidential address for the year.
[1890.] Canada Roy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 8, 1891
(Sect. 4), 3-74.

On the sequence of strata forming the Quebec group

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of LOGAN and BILLINGS, with remarks on the fossil

remains found therein. [1891.] Ottawa Natlist., 6, 1892,

41-43.
Note on the distribution of the upturned Cretaceous

beds of British America. Amer. Jl. Sci., 43, 1892, 433-

435.
Notes on the geology of Middleton Island, Alaska.

[1892.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 4, 1893, 427-431.
The extinct northern sea-cow and early Russian ex-
plorations in the North Pacific. [1894.] Ottawa Natlist.,

7, 1893, 151-161.
Geological notes on some of the coasts and islands of

Behring Sea and its vicinity. [1893.] Amer. Geol. Soc.

Bull., 5, 1894, xii, 117-146.
Notes on the occurrence of mammoth-remains in the

Yukon district of Canada and in Alaska. [1893.] Geol.

Soc. Quart. Jl., 50, 1894, 1-8.
Geographical work in Canada in 1893. Geogr. Jl., 3,

1894, 206-209.

Volcanic rocks of the Huronian. Science, 23, 1894,

50.
Interglacial climatic conditions. Amer. Geologist, 16,

1895, 65-66.

Note on the amount of elevation which has taken

place along the Rocky Mountain range in British America

since the close of the Cretaceous period. Amer. Jl. Sci.,

49, 1895, 463-465.
Note on the glacial deposits of southwestern Alberta.

Jl. Geol. (Chicago), 3, 1895, 507-511.
Report on the area of the Kamloops map-sheet, British

Columbia. [1895.] Canada Geol. Surv. Rep., 7, 1896,

B 1-B 427.
- - Some observations tending to show the occurrence of

secular climatic changes in British Columbia. Canada

Roy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 2, 1896 (Sect. 4), 159-166.
Recent explorations in Canada. Introductory sketch.

[1897.] Ottawa Natlist., 10, 1896, 201-203.
Presidential address to the Geol. Sect. Brit. Ass.

liep., 1897, 628-640.
Are the bowlder clays of the Great Plains marine?

Jl. Geol. (Chicago), 5, 'l897, 257-262.
Remarkable landslip in Portneuf county, Quebec.

[1898.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 10, 1899, 484-490.
Duplication of geologic formation names. Science, 9,

1899, 592-593.

Dawson, George M [ereer], & Dawson, (-Sir) J[ohn] William.

See below.
Dawson, George M[ercer], & ZHcConnell, R. G. Report

on the region in the vicinity of the Bow and Belly rivers,

North-West Territory. Embracing the country from the

base of the Rocky Mountains eastward to Lon. 110 45',

and from the 49th parallel northward to Latitude 51 20'.
. [1884.] Canada Geol. Surv. Rep., 1882-84, C 1-C 169, x.
Glacial deposits of southwestern Alberta in the vicinity

of the Rocky Mountains. Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 7, 1896,

31-66.
Dawson, H. G. Note on a theorem in higher algebra.

Messenger Math., 17, 1888, 69-72.
A theorem in algebra. Messenger Math., 18, 1889,

145-148.
Note on the intersection of lines with curves of an

odd degree. Messenger Math., 19, 1890, 108-113.

On the numerical value of / e x * dx. London Math.

J

Soc. Proc., 29, 1898, 519-522.
Dawson, H[arry] M[edforth]. Influence of pressure on

the formation of oceanic salt deposits. Brit. Ass. Rep. ,

1900, 705-706.

Dawson, H\arry] M[edforth], & Hoff, J[acobus] H[endricus]

van 't. See Hoff & Dawson.
Dawson, H[arry] M[edforth], & McCrae, John. The

nature of metal-ammonia compounds in aqueous solu-



tion. Part i. Chem. Soc. Jl., 77, 1900 (Ft. 2), 1239-

1262.
Dawson, H[arry] M[edforth], & Williams, Percy. Die

Beurteilung der Sattigung von Losungen durch Messung

der Leitfahigkeit. [1899.] Ztschr. Elektroch., 1899-

1900, 141-144.
On the stable hydrates of manganese chloride above 0.

Ztschr. Physikal. Chem., 31, 1899, 59-68.

On the determination of transition temperatures.

[1899.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 15, 1900, 210-211; Jl. Phys.

Chem., 4, 1900, 370-382.
Dawson, H[arry] M[edforth], Smithells, Arthur, &

Wilson, Harold A. See Smithells, Dawson & Wilson.
Dawson, (Maj.) H[arry] P[ercy~\. On the mean diurnal

variation of magnetic declination, from hourly observa-
tions at Fort Rae. Roy. Soc. Proc., 36, 1884, 422-

425.
Magnetic disturbances at Fort Rae in 1882-83. Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1888, 31.
Dawson, (Sir) J[ohn] William. For biography and list of

works see Anthrop. (Paris), 10, 1899, 735; Brux. Soc.

Beige Geol. Bull., 1899 (Proc. -Verb.), 255-256; Geol.

Mag., 6, 1899, 575-576; Jl. Geol. (Chicago), 7, 1899,

727-736; Ottawa Natlist., 13, 1899, 270-274, 280-315;

Science, 10, 1899, 905-910; Amer. Geologist, 26, 1900,

1-48; Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 11, 1900, 550-580; Amer.

Jl. Sci., 9, 1900, 82-84; Geogr. Jbuch., 22, 1900, 439;

Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 56, 1900, liv-lv; Manchester Lit.

Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 44, 1900, xxxiii-xxxv ; Nat.

Canad., 27, 1900, 28-29 ; Nature, 61 (1899-1900), 80-81 ;

Scott. Geogr. Mag., 16, 1900, 29-30; Termt. Kozlon., 32,

1900, 691-692; Canad. Rec. Sci., 8, 1902, 137-149.
*The fossil plants of the Devonian and Upper Silurian

formations of Canada. Canada Geol. Surv. (Foss.

Plants), 1871; 1882, 142 pp. in all.

*Report on the fossil plants of the Lower Carboni-
ferous and Millstone Grit formations of Canada. Canada

Geol. Surv. (Foss. Plants), 1873, 47 pp.
On the more ancient land floras of the Old and New

Worlds. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1884, 738-739.
Notes on the geology of the Nile valley. Geol. Mag.,

1, 1884, 289-292.
Notes on the geology of Egypt. Geol. Mag. , 1, 1884,

385-393, 439-442, 481-484, 576.
Observations on the geology of the line of the

Canadian Pacific Railway. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 40,

1884, 376-387.
The Cretaceous flora of North America. Nature, 30,

1884, 631-632.

*0n rhizocarps in the Palaeozoic period. [1883.]



Canad. Rec. Sci., 1, 1885, 19-27.

On some relations of geological work in Canada and

the Old World. [1884.] Canada Roy. Soc. Proc. &
Trans., 2, 1885 (Sect. 4), 1-5.

Notes on prehistoric man in Egypt and the Lebanon.

[With discussion.] [1884.] Victoria Inst. JL, 18, 1885,
287-313.

A modern type of plant in the Cretaceous. Science,

5, 1885, 514, 540.

The Cretaceous floras of Canada. [1885.] Nature, 33,

1886, 32-34.
[Presidential address. The North Atlantic.] Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1886, 1-36.
On the relations of the geology of the Arctic and

Atlantic basins. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1886, 638.
On Canadian examples of supposed fossil Algae. Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1886, 651-653.
On the Mesozoic floras of the Rocky Mountain region

of Canada. Canada Roy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 3, 1886

(Sect. 4), 1-22.
On rhizocarps in the Brian (Devonian) period in

America. [1886.] Chicago Ac. Sci. Bull., 1, [1883-86],

103-118.



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Note on the geological relations of rocks from Assouan

and its neighbourhood. Geol. Mag., 3, 1886, 101-103.

Deposits of the Nile delta. Nature, 33, 1886, 221,

298-299, 417.

Note on boulder drift and sea margins at Little Metis,
lower St. Lawrence. [1885.] Canad. Bee. Sci., 2, 1887,
36-38.

Presidential address : some points in which American
geological science is indebted to Canada. [1886. ] Canada
Roy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 4, 1887 (Sect. 4), 1-8.

On new facts relating to Eozoon canadense. [1887.]
Brit. Ass. Bep., 1887, 702 ; Geol. Mag., 5, 1888, 49-54.

On the fossil plants of the Laramie formation of
Canada. Canada Boy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 4, 1887
(Sect. 4), 19-34.

On the correlation of the geological structure of the

maritime provinces of Canada with that of western
Europe. Canad. Bee. Sci., 2, 1887, 404-406 ; Science, 9,
1887, 589-590.

Canadian and Scottish geology. An address delivered

before the Edinburgh Geological Society at the close of
the session of 1883-84. [1884.] Edinb. Geol. Soc.
Trans., 5, 1888, 112-122.

Note on fossil woods and other plant remains, from

the Cretaceous and Laramie formations of the western
Territories of Canada. [1887.] Canada Boy. Soc. Proc.
& Trans., 5, 1888 (Sect. 4), 31-37.

Cretaceous floras of the Northwest Territories of
Canada. Amer. Natlist., 22, 1888, 953-959; 23, 1889,
34.

On the Eozoic and Palaeozoic rocks of the Atlantic

coast of Canada, in comparison with those of western

Europe and of the interior of America. Geol. Soc.

Quart. Jl., 44, 1888, 797-817; 45, 1889 (Proc.), 80.
Preliminary note on new species of sponges from the

Quebec group at Little Metis. [1888.] Canad. Bee. Sci.,

3, 1889, 49-59.
On sporocarps discovered by Prof. E. ORTON in the

Brian Shale of Columbus, Ohio. [1888.] Canad. Bee.

Sci., 3, 1889, 137-140.
Eozoon canadense. [1888.] Canad. Bee. Sci., 3,

1889, 201-226.

Note on Balanus Hameri in the Pleistocene at Biviere
Beaudette, and on the occurrence of peculiar varieties of
Mya arenaria and M. truncata in the Modern Sea and in
the Pleistocene. [1888.] Canad. Bee. Sci., 3, 1889, 287-
292.

Saccamina eriana. Amer. Jl. Sci., 37, 1889, 318.

A new Brian (Devonian) plant allied to Cordaites.
Amer. Jl. Sci., 38, 1889, 1-3.

On fossil sponges from beds of the Quebec group of
Sir William LOGAN, at Little Metis. Canad. Bee. Sci.,
3, 1889, 429-430.

Ueber einige Devonische Pflanzen. Deutsch. Geol.

Ges. Ztschr., 41, 1889, 553-554.
On fossil plants collected by Mr. B. A. Me CONNELL,

on Mackenzie river and by Mr. T. C. WESTON, on Bow

river. [1889.] Canada Boy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 7,

1890 (Sect. 4), 69-74.
On new species of fossil sponges from the Siluro-

Cambrian at Little Metis on the lower St. Lawrence.

[Including notes on the species by G. J. HINDE.] Canada

Boy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 7, 1890 (Sect. 4), 31-55.
On burrows and tracks of invertebrate animals in

Palaeozoic rocks, and other markings. Geol. Soc. Quart.

Jl., 46, 1890, 595-617.
On certain Devonian plants from Scotland. Nature,

41, 1890, 537.

Carboniferous fossils from Newfoundland. [1890-97.]
Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 2, 1891, xiv, 529-540; 9, 1898,
416.

On fossil plants from the Similkameen valley and

other places in the southern interior of British Columbia.



[1890.] Canada Boy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 8, 1891

(Sect. 4), 75-91.
On new plants from the Brian and Carboniferous,

and on the characters and affinities of Palaeozoic gymno-

sperms. [1890.] Canad. Bee. Sci., 4, 1891, 1-28.
Note on a fossil fish and marine worm found in the

Pleistocene nodules of Green's Creek, on the Ottawa.

[1890.] Canad. Bee. Sci., 4, 1891, 86-88.

The Quebec group of LOGAN. [1890.] Canad. Bee.
Sci., 4, 1891, 133-143.

Note on a shark and ray obtained at Little Metis, on

the lower St. Lawrence. Canad. Bee. Sci., 4, 1891, 303-
309.

Notes on trees on the grounds of McGill University.

Canad. Bee. Sci., 4, 1891, 407-431, 478-479.

On new specimens of Dendrerpeton acadianum, with

remarks on other Carboniferous amphibians. Geol. Mag.,
8, 1891, 145-156.

Note on Hylonomus Lyelli, with photographic repro-
duction of skeleton. Geol. Mag., 8, 1891, 258-259.

Parka decipiens. Notes on specimens from the collec-
tions of James BEID, Esq., of Allan House, Blairgowrie,
Scotland. Part i. Historical and geological. [1891.]
Canada Boy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 9, 1892 (Sect. 4),
3-8.

On the mode of occurrence of remains of land animals

in erect trees at the South Joggins, Nova Scotia. [1891.]
Canada Boy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 9, 1892 (Sect. 4), 127-
128.

Notes on useful and ornamental stones of ancient

Egypt. [With discussion.] [1891.] Victoria Inst. Jl.,
26, 1893, 265-288.

Note on fossil sponges from the Quebec group (Lower

Cambro- Silurian) at Little Metis, Canada. [1892.] Amer.
Geol. Soc. Bull., 4, 1893, x, 409-410.

On the correlation of early Cretaceous floras in Canada

and the United States, and on some new plants of this
period. [1892.] Canada Boy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 10,

1893 (Sect. 4), 79-93.

Supplementary report on explorations of erect trees
containing animal remains in the Coal-Formation of Nova
Scotia. [1892-96.] Boy. Soc. Proc., 52, 1893, 4-5; 59,
1896, 362-366.

Geological notes. 1. The classification of the oldest

rocks. [2. The most ancient fishes. 3. Comparison of
existing and Pleistocene glaciers. 4. Erosion by glaciers.
5. Palaeolithic man in America.] Canad. Bee. Sci., 5,

1893, 386-393.

Fossil floras and climate. [1893.] Nature, 47 (1892-
93), 556-557.

- The study of fossil plants. [1893.] Amer. Geol. Soc.
Bull., 5, 1894, 2-5.

Some recent discussions in geology. Annual address

by the President. [1893.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 5,

1894, 101-116.

On new species of Cretaceous plants from Vancouver
Island. [1893.] Canada Boy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 11,

1894 (Sect. 4), 53-73.

Note on the genus Naiadites, as occurring in the Coal
Formation of Nova Scotia. Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 50,
1894, 435-437.

Synopsis of the air-breathing animals of the Palaeozoic

in Canada, up to 1894. [1894.] Canada Boy. Soc. Proc.
& Trans., 12, 1895 (Sect. 4), 71-88.

On collections of Tertiary plants from the vicinity of
the city of Vancouver, B. C. Canada Boy. Soc. Proc. &
Trans., 1, 1895 (Sect. 4), 137-161.

Beview of the evidence for the animal nature of

Eozoon canadense. Geol. Mag., 2, 1895, 443-449, 502-
506, 545-550 ; 3, 1896, 48, 90.

Preliminary note on recent discoveries of batrachians

and other air-breathers in the Coal-Formation of Nova
Scotia. [1894.] Canad. Bee. Sci., 6, 1896, 1-7.

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Our record of Canadian earthquakes. [1894.] Canad.

Bee. Sci., 6, 1896, 8-16.
Notes on the bivalve shells of the Coal-Formation of

Nova Scotia. [1894.] Canad. Eec. Sci., 6, 1896. 117-

134, 167.
Notes on a specimen of Beluga catodon, from the

Leda Clay, Montreal. [1895.] Canad. Kec. Sci., 6, 1896,

351-354.
Pre-Cambrian fossils. [1896.] Brit. Ass. Hep., 1896,

784-785; Canad. Eec. Sci., 7, 1897, 157-161.
Additional notes on fossil sponges and other organic

remains from the Quebec group at Little Metis, on the

lower St. Lawrence. [With notes on some of the

specimens by Dr. G. J. HINDE.] Canada Boy. Soc. Proc.

& Trans., 2, 1896 (Sect, 4), 91-129.
On specimens in the Peter Eedpath Museum of McGill

University illustrating the physical characters and affini-
ties of the Guanches or extinct people of the Canary

Islands. [With discussion.] [1895.] Victoria Inst. JL,

29, 1897, 239-262.
Note on Cryptozoon and other ancient fossils. [1896.]

Canad. Eec. Sci., 7, 1897, 203-219.
Note on certain Pre-Cambrian and Cambrian fossils

supposed to be related to Eozoon. Brit. Ass. Eep. , 1897,

656.

On the genus Lepidophloios as illustrated by speci-
mens from the Coal Formation of Nova Scotia and New

Brunswick. Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 3, 1897

(Sect. 4), 57-105.
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