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the nodules of leguminous plants. Phil. Trans. (B), 193,

1900, 51-67.
On the anatomical characters of the substance " Indian

soap." [1900.] Canad. Inst. Trans., 7, 1904, 1-6.
Dawson, Oswald. Prof. HUXLEY'S Darwinism. Jl. Sci.,

21, 1884, 57-72.
An exegesis of Darwinism. Jl. Sci., 21, 1884, 725-

738.
A characterisation of Mr. DARWIN'S masterpiece. Jl.

Sci., 22,1885, 441-458.
Dawson, Percy M[illard]. Grapta j-album. Canad. Ent.,

21, 1889, 179-180, 186.
Infusion after severe hemorrhage. [1899 ] Amer. Jl.

Physiol., 3, 1900, xxviii.



Effects of venous haemorrhage and intravenous in-
fusion in dogs. [1900.] Amer. Jl. Physiol. 4 1901
1-24.

Dawson, Percy M[illard], Baer, W[illiam] S[tevenson], &
Marshall, H[arry] T[aylor]. See Baer, Dawson &
Marshall.

Dawson, Philip. Twenty five years of electric traction.
Elect. Bev., 41, 1897, 676-678.

Dawson, W[illiam\ Bell. Beport of progress in the

survey of tides and currents in Canadian waters. Canada
Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 1, 1895, xiv-xxii.

Note on secondary undulations recorded by self-
registering tide-gauges; and on exceptional tides in
relation to wind and barometer. Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc.
& Trans., 1, 1895 (Sect. 3), 25-27.

The currents of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Scott.

Geogr. Mag., 12, 1896, 266.

Character and progress of the tides in the Gulf and

river St. Lawrence; as ascertained by simultaneous
observations with self-registering tide gauges. Canada
Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 3, 1897 (Sect. 3), 51-68.

Illustrations of remarkable secondary tidal undulations,

in January 1899 ; as registered on recording tide gauges
in the region of Nova Scotia. Canada Boy. Soc. Proc.
& Trans., 5, 1899 (Sect. 3), 23-26.

Periodic tides. [1899.1 Nature, 59 (1898-99), 584-

585.

The bore at Moncton, Bay of Fundy. Nature, 60

(1899), 161-163.

Dawson, W[illiam] R[ickard]. On the diagnostic value of
the diazo reaction. Dublin Jl. Med. Sci., 95, 1893, 490-
502.

Ecchymosis in insanity. Dublin Jl. Med. Sci., 100,
1895, 121-129.

The role of the blood-supply in mental pleasure and

pain. [1899.] Dublin Jl. Med. Sci., 109, 1900, 126-

149.
Dawson, William. Barometer observations, 1861-84.

[1884.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 127-129.
Number of sun-spots. Sidereal Messenger, 3, 1884,

171-178.

Tornado in central Indiana. [1886.] Amer. Meteorol.
Jl., 3 (1886-87), 93-94.

Number of sun-spots, 1884-[90]. [1888-90.] Astr.

Jl., 8, 1889, 26-29; 9, 1890, 125; 10, 1891, 11.
Occultation of Jupiter, 1889 September 3. Astr. JL,

9, 1890, 131.

Dawson, William Leon. Nesting of the larger white-
cheeked goose (Branta canadensis occidentalis) in

Okanogan Co., Wash. Auk, 14, 1897, 87-88.
HEPBURN'S Leucosticte (L. tephrocotis littoralis) in

summer, in Okanogan county, Washington. Auk, 14,

1897, 92.
Occurrence of BAIRD'S sparrow (Ammodramus Bairdii)

in Washington. Auk, 14, 1897, 93.
Natural breeding haunts of the barn swallow (Chelidon

erythrogaster). Auk, 14, 1897, 95-96.
A preliminary list of the birds of Okanogan county,

Washington. Auk, 14, 1897, 168-182.
Glacial phenomena in Okanogan county, Washington.

Amer. Geologist, 22, 1898, 203-217.
Day, A[lbert] W[odehouse~], & Gabriel, S[iegmund]. Zur

Keuntuiss des o-Cyanbenzylchlorids. Berlin, Chem. Ges.

Ber., 23, 1890, 2478-2489.
Day, Alfred Ely. Funnel-holes on Lebanon. Geol. Mag.,

8, 1891, 91-92.
Day, Archibald. *0n the determination of the rates of

premium for assuring against issue. [1859.] Assur.

Mag., 8, 1860, 127-138.
*0n the purchase of life assurance policies as an

investment. Assur. Mag., 8, 1860, 326-329.
*0n the statistics of first and subsequent marriages

among the families of the peerage, considered specially



Day]



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with reference to the calculation of premiums for assur-
ances against issue. [1862.] Assur. Mag., 10, 1863, 181-
196.

*On the statistics of second marriages among the

families of the peerage. [1865.] Assur. Mag., 12, 1866,
185-206.

Day, Archibald, & Bailey, Arthur Hutcheson. See Bailey
& Day.

Day, Arthur L., & Holborn, Ludwig. See Holborn &
Day.

Day/David F[isher], For biographical notice see Bot. Gaz.,
30, 1900, 347-348.

Zinnia grandiflora, Nutt. [1884.] Bot. Gaz. , 9 & 10,
1884-85, 29.

New New York stations. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 11,

1884, 46.
A note on the regularity of flowers in Calamintha

Nuttallii, Bentham. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1889, 281.
The A. A. A. S. Botanical Club's trip to the lakes of

Muskoka, Ontario, August 31 to September 2, 1889.

Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 16, 1889, 285-290.
The new locality for Subularia aquatica, L. Torrey

Bot. Club Bull., 16, 1889, 291-293.
Subularia aquatica, L. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 17,

1890, 102.
Parthenogenesis in Thalictrum Fendleri. Bot. Gaz.,

22, 1896, 241 ; Science, 4, 1896, 438.

On Iris. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 23, 1896, 351.

Native and naturalized plants of Buffalo and its

vicinity. Second supplement. [1886.] Buffalo Bull.,

5, 1897, 85-96.
Day, David T. On the changes effected by heat in the

constitution of ethylene. Amer. Chem. Jl., 8 (1886),

153-167.

[Administrative] report[s]. [Division of Mining statis-
tics and Technology.] [1889-95.] U. S. Geol. Surv.

Bep., 1886-87, 195-201; 1887-88, 134-140; 1888-89

(Pt. 1), 182-188; 1889-90 (Pt. 1), 130-131; 1890-91

(Pt. 1), 129-134; 1891-92 (Pt. I), 162; 1893-94, 203-

209.

Mineral resources of the United States. [1895-99.]
U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1894-95 (Pt. 3); 1894-95 (Pt. 4);
1895-96 (Pt. 3); 1896-97 (Pt. 5); 1897-98 (Pt. 6); 1898-
99 (Pt. 6).

A suggestion as to the origin of Pennsylvania petroleum.

Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 36, 1897, 112-115.
[Mineral resources of the U. S. A.] Fuller's earth.

[1897-99.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1896-97 (Pt. 5),

1351-1359; 1897-98 (Pt. 6, Vol. 2), 655-656; 1898-99

(Pt. 6, Vol. 2), 741-743.
[Mineral resources of the U. S. A.] Platinum.

[1898.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1897-98 (Pt. 6, Vol. 1),

265-271.
Mineral resources of Hawaii. [1898.] U. S. Geol.

Surv. Rep., 1897-98 (Pt. 6, Vol. 2), 681-686.
Notes on the occurrence of platinum in North America.

[1900.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 30, 1901, 702-

708.
Day, Edward H. Osmunda cinnamomea, L. , var. f rondosa.

Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 13, 1886, 62.
Additions to the Westchester county flora. Torrey

Bot. Club Bull., 13, 1886, 94-95.
Day, F. R. Report on cold-wave signals. [U. S.] Chief

Signal Off. Ann. Rep., 1886, 124-130.
Report on weather and temperature signals. [U. S.]

Chief Signal Off. Ann. Rep., 1886, 131-137.

River reports and flood- warnings. [U. S.] Chief Signal
Off. Ann. Rep., 1886, 154-168.

Day, (Surg.-Gen.) Francis. For biography and list of
works see Nature, 40, 1889, 282; Zoologist, 13, 1889,
306-308; Cotteswold Club Proc., 10, 1892, 2-3; Norf.
Norw. Nat. Soc. Trans., 5, 1894, 7-8; Yn Lioar Manninagh,
1, [1894], Pt. 2, 108-109.



[Day

Note on a new blenny (Lumpenus lampretceformis).



Edinb., Fish. Brd. Rep., 2, 1884, 78.
Salmon-breeding. Nature, 30, 1884, 488.
On races and hybrids among the Salmonidaa.



Zool.



Soc. Proc., 1884, 17-40, 376-380, 581-593; 1886, 241-
243.

[Conilera cylindracea, a parasite of Acanthias vulgaris.]
Zool. Soc. Proc., 1884, 44.

Relationship of the Indian and African freshwater
fish-faunas. [1884.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Zool.), 18, 1885,
308-317.

On the hybridisation of Salmonidae at Howietoun.



Brit. Ass. Rep., 1885, 1059-1063.
On the breeding of salmon from parents which have
never descended to the sea. [1885.] Linn. Soc. Trans.
(Zool.), 2, 1879-88, 447-468.

Hybridization among Salmonidae. Nature, 31, 1885,

599-600.

Occurrence of "Torpedo marmorata" off the coast of
Cornwall. Nature, 32, 1885, 197.

On the occurrence of Lumpenus lampetriformis
[lampretceformis] and Gadiculus argenteus off Aberdeen.
Nature, 32, 1885, 223.

The effects of an elevated temperature on fishes.



U. S. Fish Comm. Bull., 5, 1885, 142-144.

[Bothriocephalus in the intestine of a sea trout.]
Zool. Soc. Proc., 1885, 483-484.

On a supposed hybrid between the dab (Pleuronectes

limanda) and the flounder (P. flesus). Zool. Soc. Proc.,

1885, 929-930.

Notes on the breeding of fishes. [1884.] Cotteswold
Club Proc., 8, 1886, 188-212.

Note on the breeding of Salmonidae. [1885-87.]
Cotteswold Club Proc., 8, 1886, 301-340; 9, 1890, 136-
158.

Note on Orcynus thynnus (L.). Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist.,

17, 1886, 400-402.

On the British weevers, the bib (Gadus luscus), and
the poor-cod (G. minutus). Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 17,

1886, 526-527; 1, 1888, 151-154.

"Scopelus Mulleri." Nature, 34, 1886, 571-572.



On a supposed hybrid between the pilchard (Clupea
pilchardus) and the herring (C. harengus), and on a
specimen of Salmo purpuratus. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1887,
129-130.

On the occurrence of Scorpsena scrofa off the south
coast of England. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1887, 342.

On Trachinus draco and T. vipera. Ann. Mag. Nat.
Hist., 1, 1888, 351-353.

[Hybrid Salmonidffi from Howietoun.] Zool. Soc.
Proc., 1888, 3.

Observations on the fishes of India. Part i. Zool.
Soc. Proc., 1888, 258-265.

Remarks on some Norfolk eels. [1886.] Norf. Norw.

Nat. Soc. Trans., 4, 1889, 333-337.

On the mode of propagation of the common eel.
[1886.] Cotteswold Club Proc. , 9, 1890, 44-51.

On the Loch-Leven trout (Salmo levenensis). [1886.]
Linn. Soc. Jl. (Zool.), 20, 1890, 71-90. -

Notes on the fish and fisheries of the Severn. [1887.]

Cotteswold Club Proc., 9, 1890, 202-219.

Notes on hybridization. [1889.] Cotteswold Club
Proc., 9, 1890, 334-373.

Day, Frank H. On the food-plants and pupation of
Melitasa aurinia. Ent. Record, 8, 1896, 89-90.

Notes from Carlisle. Ent. Record, 8, 1897, 297-298;

11, 1899, 193-194.

Occurrence of Hydrilla palustris in Cumberland.

Ent. Record, 10, 1898, 110.
Lepidoptera of Carlisle, 1899. Ent. Record, 11, 1899,

275-277, 305-306.
Coleoptera in the Cumberland Pennines. Ent. Record,

12, 1900, 159-160.



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Coleoptera in the mountain districts of Cumberland.

Ent. Record, 12, 1900, 330-331.
Day, Frank H., & Murray, James. Goleoptera taken in

the Carlisle district in 1897. Ent. Record, 10, 1898, 126-

129.
Coleoptera taken in Cumberland in 1898[-99]. Ent.

Record, 11, 1899, 103-106; 12, 1900, 99-101.
Day, Frank M. *The microscopic examination of timber

with regard to its strength. [1883.] Amer. Phil. Soc.

Proc., 21, 1884, 333-342.
Day, G. Morland. Trout and grayling. [1891.] Burton-

on-Trent Nat. Hist. Soc. Trans., 2, [1892], 58-69.
Some fishes of the district. [1894.] Burton-on-Trent

Nat. Hist. Soc. Trans., 3, [1897], 111-117.
Day, Howard D. The effect of residual viscosity on

thermal expansion. Amer. Jl. Sci., 2, 1896, 342-346.

The magnetic increment of rigidity in strong fields.
Amer. Jl. Sci. , 3, 1897, 449-457.

Day,Mari/ A. The local floras of New England. Rhodora,

1, 1899, 111-120, 138-142, 158, 174-178, 194-196, 208-

211, 230; 2, 1900, 73-74.
Plants from the eastern slope of Mt. Equinox.

Rhodora, 1, 1899, 220-222.
Day, Mary Gage. Experimental demonstration of the

toxicity of the "loco-weed" (Astragalus mollissimus and

Oxytropis Lamberti). N. Y. Med. Jl., 49, 1889, 237-238.
The separation of the poison of the "loco-weed."

N. Y. Med. Jl., 50, 1889, 604-605.
Day, P. C. The weather of the month. U. S. Monthly

Weath. Rev., 28 (1900), 295-297.
Day, R. N. Relations of cutinized membranes to gases.

Bot. Gaz., 21, 1896, 169-170.

The forces determining the positions of leaves. Bot.
Gaz., 22, 1896, 222.

The forces determining the position of dorsiventral

, leaves. [1896.] Minn. Bot. Stud., 1, 1894-98, 743-

752.
Day, T[homas] Cuthbert. A new method of estimating

nitrites, either alone or in presence of nitrates and

chlorides. Chem. Soc. Jl., 53, 1888, 422-424.
The influence of temperature on germinating barley.

Chem. Soc. Jl., 59, 1891, 664-677.
The non-assimilation of atmospheric nitrogen by

germinating barley. (From experiments made in 1880.)

[1893.] Edinb. Bot. Soc. Trans. & Proc., 20, 1896, 29-

34.
The influence of light on the respiration of germinating

barley and wheat. [1894.] Edinb. Bot. Soc. Trans. &

Proc., 20, 1896, 185-213.
The germination of barley, with restricted moisture.

Edinb. Bot. Soc. Trans. & Proc., 20, 1896, 492-501.
-. Note on the solubility of gypsum in solutions of

sodium chloride. [1894.] Edinb. Phys. Soc. Proc., 13,

1897, 30-32.

Geological notes from Arran. [1894.] Edinb. Nat.



Soc. Trans., 3, 1898, 118-125.

Day, William C[athcart]. Report on work done in deter-
mining the amount of carbonic acid contained in the
atmosphere of the locality visited by the [Mount Whitney]
Expedition. U. S. Signal Serv. Pap. , No. 15, 1884, 202-
208.

Investigation of Utah gilsonite, a variety of asphalt.

Franklin Inst. Jl., 140, 1895, 221-237.

[Mineral resources of the U. S. A.] Stone. [1895-

99.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep., 1894-95 (Pt. 4), 436-510 ;

1895-96 (Pt. 3), 759-811; 1896-97 (Pt. 5), 949-1068;

1897-98 (Pt. 6, Vol. 2), 205-309; 1898-99 (Pt. 6, Vol. 2),

269-464.

The building stones of the United States. Franklin

Inst. Jl., 141, 1896, 98-114.

The action of carbon dioxide upon sodium alumiuate
and the formation of basic aluminium carbonate. Amer.
Chem. Jl., 19 (1897), 707-728.



The production of an asphalt resembling gilsonite by

the distillation of a mixture of fish and wood. Amer.
Phil. Soc. Proc., 37, 1898, 171-174.

The laboratory production of asphalts from animal

and vegetable materials. Franklin Inst. Jl. 148, 1899,
205-226.

See also under Diller, Joseph Silas.

Day, William C[athcart], & Bryant, A. P. Note on
PEMBEBTON'S method of phosphoric acid determination
as compared with the official methods. Franklin Inst.
Jl., 137, 1894, 394-395.

Investigation of a bitumen from Park county, Montana.

Franklin Inst. Jl., 138, 1894, 149-152.

Day, William C[athcart], & Remsen, Ira. See Remsen &
Day.

Day, William S[co_field]. A reduction of ROWLAND'S value
of the mechanical equivalent of heat to the Paris hydrogen
scale. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1897, 559-560.

A re-calculation of ROWLAND'S value of the mechanical

equivalent of heat, in terms of the Paris hydrogen ther-
mometer. [1897.] Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [16
(1896-97)], 44-45.

A comparison of ROWLAND'S thermometers with the

Paris standard, and a reduction of his value of the
mechanical equivalent of heat to the hydrogen scale.
Phil. Mag., 46, 1898, 1-29.

A new method of measuring the resistance of a

galvanometer. Phys. Rev., 11, 1900, 251-254.

Daymard, V. On a new method for calculating, and
some new curves for measuring, the stability of ships
at all angles of inclination. Naval Architects Trans.,
25, 1884, 57-77.

On the utility of calculating the whole external



volume of ships, and constructing the complete scale of
solidity from the points of view of " stability," "tonnage,"
and "load-line." [1895.] Naval Architects Trans., 37,
1896, 48-51.

Dayton, A. G. See Chandler, W. E. (et alii).

Dayton, William A. Observations on the use of the per-
oxide of hydrogen in suppurating ears, etc. Arch. Otol.,
14, 1885, 6-10.

The peroxide of hydrogen. N. Y. Med. JL, 41, 1885,

470-472.

De. For names, other than English, with this prefix
(except when written as one word), see under part
following prefix.

Deacon, G. F. Note on the glacial geology of the Vyrnwy
valley. [1889.] Liverpool Geol. Soc. Proc., 6, 1892,
86-91.

[Presidential address to the Mechan. Sci. Sect.] Brit.
Ass. Rep., 1897, 747-754.

Deacon, Maurice. Comparative experiments upon a Capell

and a Schiele fan working under similar conditions.

{With discussion.] [1890-91.] Fed. Inst. Min. Engin.

Trans., 1, 1892, 287-289; 2, 1892, 216-230.
Notes upon a small electric pumping plant. [With

discussion.] Fed. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 3, 1892,

191-195; 4, 1893, 419-423.
The use of expansion-gear as applied to colliery engines.

[With discussion.] Fed. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 7,

1894, 672-684; 8, 1895, 373-376; 9, 1895, 113-114, 190-

194.
Deadman, Henry E. On the applications of electricity

in the Royal dockyards and navy. Inst. Mechan. Engin.

Proc. , 1892, 256-276.
Dean, Bashford. Diontea, its life habits under native

conditions. From observations made near Wilmington,

N. C. [1892.] N. Y. Ac. Trans., 12 (1892-93), 9-17.

The physical and biological characteristics of the
natural oyster grounds of South Carolina. U. S. Fish
Comm. Bull., 10, 1892, 335-361.

The present methods of oyster-culture in France.



U. S. Fish Comm. Bull., 10, 1892, 363-388.



Dean]



511



[Deane



Notes on marine laboratories of Europe. Amer. Nat-
list., 27, 1893, 625-637, 697-707.

On Trachosteus and Mylostoma, notes on their struc-
tural characters. [1893.] N. Y. Ac. Trans., 12 (1892-
93), 70-71.

Note on the mode of origin of the paired fins. [1893.]
N. Y. Ac. Trans., 12 (1892-93), 121-125.

Eecent experiments in sturgeon hatching on the

Delaware. [1893.] N. Y. Ac. Trans., 13 (1893-94), 69-

75; U. S. Fish Comm. Bull., 13, 1894, 335-339.
A new cladodont from the Ohio Waverly, Clado-

selache Newberryi, n. sp. [1893.] N. Y. Ac. Trans., 13

(1893-94), 115-ll9.
Report on the European methods of oyster-culture.

U. S. Fish Comm. Bull., 11, 1893, 357-406.
The marine biological stations of Europe. Wood's

Holl Mar. Biol. Lab. Lect., 1893, 211-234.
Note on the spawning conditions of the sturgeon.

[1893.] Zool. Anz., 16, 1894, 473-475.
Contributions to the morphology of Cladoselache

(Cladodus). Jl. Morphol., 9, 1894, 87-114.
Notes on the early development of the ganoids,

Lepidosteus, Acipenser and Amia. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1895,



734.



On the early development of ganoids. Congr. Int.



Zool. C. R., 1895, 336-346.

The early development of gar-pike and sturgeon.



Jl.
Morphol., 11, 1895, "1-62.

[Gastrulation of teleosts.] [1895.] Science, 3, 1896,

60.

The fin-fold origin of the paired limbs, in the light
of the ptychopterygia of Palssozoic sharks. Anat. Anz.,
11, 1896, 673-679.

Is PalsBospondylus a cyclostome? N. Y. Ac. Trans.,

15, 1896, 100-104.
On the vertebral column, fins and ventral armoring

of Dinichthys. N. Y. Ac. Trans., 15, 1896, 157-163.
The early development of Amia. Quart. Jl. Micr.

Sci., 38, 1896, 413-444.
On the plan of development of a myxinoid. [1896.]

Science, 5, 1897, 435.
On the larval development of Amia calva. [1896.]

Zool. Jbiich. (Syst.), 9, 1897, 639-672.
Note on the ventral armoring of Dinichthys. [1896.]

N. Y. Ac. Trans., 16, 1898, 57-61.
On a new species of Edestus, E. Lecontei, from

Nevada. [1896.] N. Y. Ac. Trans., 16, 1898, 61-69.
On the development of the Californian hag-fish,

Bdellostoma Stouti, Lockington. [1897.] Quart. Jl.

Micr. Sci., 40, 1898, 269-279'.
Remarks on the affinities of Palaeospondylus Gunni.

In reply to Dr. R. H. TKAQUAIR. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1898,

343-347.
Notes on the development of a myxinoid. [1898.]

Science, 9, 1899, 311.
Contribution to the Devonian fish fauna of Ohio.

[1899.] N. Y. Ac. Ann., 12, 1899-1900, 687.
On the new genus of lamprey, Macrophthalinia

chilensis. Science, 9, 1899, 740.

On the embryology and phylogeny of Chimaera.
[1899.] Science, 11, 1900, 169-170.

The Devonian " lamprey," Palseospondylus Gunni,

Traquair, with notes on the systematic arrangement of
the fish-like vertebrates. N. Y. Ac. Mem., 2 (Pt. 1),
1900, 1-32.

The egg of the hag-fish, Myxine glutinosa, Linnaeus.

N. Y. Ac. Mem., 2 (Pt. 2), 1900, 33-46.

Dean, Bashford, & Stunner, F\rancis~\ B[ertody]. Notes
on the spawning habits of the brook lamprey (Petro-
myzon Wilderi). [1897.] N. Y. Ac. Trans., 16, 1898,
321-324.

Dean, Basitfard, Harrington, Nathan Russell, Calkins,
Gary N[athan], & Griffin, Bradney Beverley. The



Columbia University Zoological Expedition of 1896.

With a brief account of the work of collecting in Puget

Sound and on the Pacific Coast. [1896.] N. Y. Ac.

Trans., 16, 1898, 33-42.
Dean, George. Determination of the equivalent of cyanogen.

[1898.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 14, 1899, 174.
The atomic weight of nitrogen. Chem. Soc. Jl., 77,

1900 (Pt. I), 117-129.
Dean, George. Problems of diphtheria immunity. [1899.]

London Path. Soc. Trans., 51, 1900, 15-25.
On a new pathogenic streptothrix. [1899.] London

Path. Soc. Trans., 51, 1900, 26-47.
Dean, George, & Marnoch, John. Case of lithopsedion.

[1893.] Jl. Anat. Physiol., 28, 1894, 77-83.
Dean, George W. Distribution of Unionidae in the three

rivers, Mahoning, Cuyahoga and Tuscarawas. [1890.]

Nautilus, 4, 1890-91, 20-22.
On the distinguishing characters of Unio radiatus

and Unio luteolus. Nautilus, 5, 1891-92, 77-78, 112-

113.

Catalogue of the shell-bearing Mollusca of Portage
county, Ohio. Amer. Natlist., 26, 1892, 11-23.

Dean, Henry Percy. Cerebro-spinal pressure. [1892.]
Jl. Path. Bact., 1, 1893, 26-52.

Dean, Henry Percy, & Bradford, John Rose. See Brad-
ford & Dean.

Dean, John. For biographical notice and works see Amer.
Ac. Proc., 23, 1888, 319-320.

Deane, (Rev.) G. Note on the effects of a so-called
waterspout at the Wittenham Hills, Berkshire. [1888.]
Birmingham Phil. Soc. Proc., 6 (1887-89), 205-207.

On the effects of a reputed waterspout at Batcombe
and Chetuole, Dorsetshire. [1890.] Birmingham Phil.
Soc. Proc., 7 (1889-91), 26-32.

The future of geology. [1890.] Birmingham Phil.

Soc. Proc., 7 (1889-91), 189-209.

The London meeting of the Congres Geologique



International, September 17th to 29th, 1888. Midland
Natlist., 13, 1890, 34-38, 59-64.

Deane, Henry. Sixty-six plants collected at Broken Hill
and Tarrawingee. [1893.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc.,
8, 1894, 329-330.

The grey gum of the north coast districts. (Euca-
lyptus propinqua, n. sp.) [1895.] N. S. Wales Linn.
Soc. Proc., 10, 1896, 541-543.

- [Presidential address. Forestry and botany in
Australia.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 10, 1896,
625-667.

[Presidential address.] Affinities of the South African
flora, etc. N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 21, 1896, 833-
835.

Suggestions for depicting diagrammatically the

character of seasons as regards rainfall, and especially
that of droughts. N. S. Wales Roy. Soc. Jl., 33, 1899,
63-68.

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Strange habits of the rusty and crow blackbirds.

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A few Cape Cod plants. Bot. Gaz., 14, 1889, 45-47.

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