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Victorian Natlist., 6, 1890, 145-147.
Note on the estimation of alkalies in igneous rocks.

Aust. Ass. Rep., 1890, 385-387.
Observations on the Tertiary and Post-Tertiary

geology of south-western Victoria. Aust. Ass. Rep.,

1890, 441-452.
Notes on Miocene strata at Jemmy's Point, with brief

remarks upon the older Tertiary at Bairnsdale. [1890.]

Victoria Roy. Soc. Proc., 3, 1891, 53-66, 67-69.
Notes on the igneous rocks of south-western Victoria.

Aust. Ass. Rep., 1893, 389-397.
Appendix [on corals, to a paper by Ralph TATE on

the fauna of the older Tertiary of Australia]. N. S.

Wales Roy. Soc. Jl., 31, 1897, 412-416.
Description of a new species of Unio from the river

Glenelg. [1897.] Victoria Roy. Soc. Proc., 10, [1898],

112-113.
New species of corals from the Australian Tertiaries.

S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans., 23, 1899, 112-122, 281-287.
Dennant, John, & Clark, Donald. The Miocene strata

of the Gippsland lakes area. [1897.] Victoria Roy.

Soc. Proc., 10, [1898], 129-139.
Dennant, John, & Mulder, J. F. Probable Miocene age

of a conglomerate at Shelford. [1896.] Victoria Roy.

Soc. Proc., 9, 1897, 174-182.
The geology of the lower Leigh valley. [1898.] Victoria

Roy. Soc. Proc., 11, [1899], 54-95.

Dennant, John, & Tate, Ralph. See Tate & Dennant.
Dennert, E. Anatomie und Chemie des Blumenblatts.

Bot. Centrbl., 38, 1889, 425-431, 465-471, 513-518, 545-

553.
Dennert, ., & Wigand, [Julius Wilhelm] Albert. See

Wigand & Dennert.



Dennert, Hermann. [Zur diagnostischen Verwerthung
des Verhaltnisses zwischen Luft- und Knochenleitung,
sowie der quautitativ veranderten Perception der hohen
Tone gegeniiber den tiefen Tonen.] Erwiederung auf
eine Behauptung des Herrn Dr. BRUNNEB in seinem
Aufsatz in dieser Zeitschrift Bd. xm, Heft 4. Ztschr.
Ohrenheilk., 14, 1885, 187-189.

Akustisch-physiologische Untersuchungen mit Demon-
stration. [1886.] Deutsch. Natf. Tagebl., 1886, 319-
320; Arch. Ohrenheilk., 24, 1887, 171-184.

Akustisch-physiologische Untersuchungen und Studien,

verwerthet fur die praktische Ohrenheilkunde. [1889.]
Arch. Ohrenheilk., 29, 1890, 68-83.

Zur Bedeutung des Schallquantums fiir die Horprii-
fung. [1892.] Arch. Ohrenheilk., 34, 1893, 161-169.
Zur Wahrnehmung der Gerausche. Arch. Ohren-



heilk., 41, 1896, 109-115.
Zur Priifung des Tongehores mit Stimmgabeln. Arch.

Ohrenheilk., 43, 1897, 276-280.
Akustische Untersuchungen zum Zwecke physiolo-

gischer und praktischer otologischer Fragen. Arch.

Ohrenheilk., 45, 1898, 27-38, 111-112.
Dennett, Frank C. * Markings on Jupiter. Observatory,

London, 2, 1879, 352.

*The red spot or cloud on Jupiter. [1879.] Observa-
tory, London, 3, 1880, 206-207.
*Spots on Jupiter. Observatory, London, 3, 1880,

318-320.
*The lunar crater "Peirce A." Observatory, London,

3, 1880, 506-508.

Mupiter's northern hemisphere. Observatory, London,



3, 1880, 653-654.

*Jupiter's satellite I and the red spot. Observatory,

London, 4, 1881, 24.
*The deposition of dew on reflectors. Observatory,

London, 4, 1881, 25.
*Jupiter's southern hemisphere. Observatory, London,

4, 1881, 55-58.

* Auroras, [1880 Aug. 12 and 1881 Jan. 31]. Observa-
tory, London, 4, 1881, 114-115.

Dennett, William S. The Stokes lens for measuring
astigmatism. Amer. Ophthalm. Soc. Trans., 1885, 106-
110.

Test type. Amer. Ophthalm. Soc. Trans., 1885, 133-

139.

A new test type. Amer. Ophthalm. Soc. Trans., 1886,

245-248.

A new method of numbering prisms. Amer. Ophthalm.

Soc. Trans., 1889, 422-425.

Dennbardt, Rudolf. Ueber Beziehungen zwischen Fluiditat
und elektrolytischer Leitfahigkeit von Salzlosungen, sowie
iiber die Leitfahigkeit von Oelsaure und deren Alkali-
salzen in Wasser bez. Alkoholen bei verschiedenen
Temperaturen. Ann. Phys. Chem., 67, 1899, 325-344.

Dennig, Ad. Ueber Knochenbildungen in der Tracheal-
schleimhaut. Beitr. Path. Anat., 2, 1888, 101-106.

Ueber die Einwirkung einiger vielgebrauchter Arznei-

mittel auf die Metharuoglobinbildung im Blute. Deutsch.
Arch. Klin. Med., 65, 1900, 524-541.

Denning, William Frederick]. *The April meteors. [1877.]
Observatory, London, 1, 1878, 50-51.

*The visibility of shooting-stars. [1877.] Observa-
tory, London, 1, 1878, 106-107.

*The August Perseids, 1877. [1877.] Observatory,

London, 1, 1878, 164-166.

*The October meteors. The Orionids. [1877.] Ob-
servatory, London, 1, 1878, 243-244.

'Repetition in radiant points of shooting stars.

Observatory, London, 1, 1878, 366-368.

"Average per cent, of the recorded magnitudes of

shooting- stars. [1878.] Observatory, London, 2, 1879,
20-21.

Meteor notes [1878-88.] Observatory, London,



Denning]



561



[Denning



2, 1879, 71, 103-104, 131-132, 163-165, 203-205, 242-
243, 270-271, 305-307, 345-346, 382-383, 416-418; 3,
1880, 21-22, 55-56, 88-90, 116-117, 144-147, 170-173,
201-204, 246-249, 276-278, 316, 354-355, 383-384, 413-
415, 448-449, 481, 511-513, 536-539, 570-573, 608-609,
649-651; 5, 1882, 18; 9, 1886, 254-255, 279, 301-302,
326-328, 348-349, 392-394; 10, 1887, 65-67, 102-104,
129-130, 159, 188-1<;0, 227-229, 265-267, 299-301, SIS-
SIS, 351-353, 384-386, 417-419; 11, 1888, 74-77, 116-
117, 147-149, 184-186, 289-290, 312-313, 337-338, 371-
373, 400-401, 427-428.

*The meteors of June 7, [1878]. Observatory, London,

2, 1879, 90-93.

*Fireball epochs. [1879.] Observatory, London, 3,
1880, 127-132.

*The faint stars in the trapezium of Orion. Observa-
tory, London, 3, 1880, 356-357.

*The markings on Jupiter. Observatory, London, 3,

1880, 654-655; 4, 1881, 244; 5, 1882, 113-115, 303.

*Bright spot on Saturn. Observatory, London, 3,

1880, 655.

*Observations of Jupiter. Observatory, London, 4,

1881, 83-86.

Jupiter's red spot. Observatory, London, 4, 1881,

115-116; 6, 1883, 272-273; 7, 1884, 70-72; 8, 1885,
383.

*The great Comet 1881 b. Observatory, London, 4,

1881, 213-214.

Conjunction of the Comet b 1881 with the star

P Camelopardi (Bode). Observatory, London, 4, 1881,
242-243.

*The Perseids. Observatory, London, 4, 1881, 272-

274.

*Con junction of Comet c 1881 (SCHABERLE'S) with 6

Ursae Majoris. Observatory, London, 4, 1881, 277-278.

*Large meteors. Observatory, London, 4, 1881, 296-

297
- *Comet/1881. Observatory, London, 4, 1881, 331.

*The white spot on Jupiter. Observatory, London,

4, 1881, 332-333, 360-361.

*0bservation telescopique de la planete V^nus. Astro-
nomic, 1882, 221-225.

The equatoreal spots on Jupiter. Observatory,
London, 5, 1882, 144-145; 23, 1900, 207-210.

*The September Perseids. Observatory, London, 5,

1882, 262-265.

*Comet- seeking. Observatory, London, 5, 1882, 285-

289.
*Changes on Jupiter. Observatory, London, 5, 1882,

374-376; 6, 1883, 367-368.
Observations de Jupiter. Astronomic, 1883, 49-51 ;

1885, 99-102.

*0bservation telescopique de la planete Mercure.

Astronomic, 1883, 141-143.

*The August Cepheids, [1882]. Observatory, London,

6, 1883, 21.

* Radiant point of meteors in the N.E. region of

Monoceros. Observatory, London, 6, 1883, 93.

*Telescopic meteors. Observatory, London, 6, 1883,

123-124.

*The Taurids. Observatory, London, 6, 1883, 154.

*Bright shooting star. Observatory, London, 6, 1883,

341.
*Showers of large meteors. The Muscids (Oct. 17-

22) and Herculids (Oct. 17-26). [1883.] Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 44, 1884, 24-28.

*Rotation period of Jupiter. [1883.] Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 44, 1884, 63-73.

Meteors. [1883-89.] Nature, 29, 1884, 56; 32, 1885,

597; 34, 1886, 336; 37, 1888, 273-274; 40, 1889, 150-
151.

Les taches de Jupiter. Astronomic, 1884, 29-30,

348-350.

R. 8. XIV.



Dure"e de la rotation de Jupiter. Astronomic, 1884,

106-107.

Dure"e de la rotation de Mars. Astronomic, 1884,
296-299; Nature, 30, 1884, 55-56.

The meteor shower of PONS'S Comet. Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 44, 1884, 88-89.
The radiant points of fireballs. Astr. Soc. Month.

Not., 44, 1884, 297-303.
Fireball -radiant in Sextans. Jl. Sci., 21, 1884, 640-

645.
Dark transit of Jupiter's first satellite. Nature, 30,

1884, 125.

The rotation -period of Mercury and other planets of

the solar system. Observatory, London, 7, 1884, 40-42.

The fireball-radiant in Scorpio (June). Observatory,

London, 7, 1884, 136-138.

The April meteors. Observatory, London, 7, 1884,

217-220.

Meteors of July 23-25 and August 10, 1884. Observa-
tory, London, 7, 1884, 259-260.

Meteors of August 18-25, 1884. Observatory, London,

7, 1884, 290-291.

The total eclipse of the moon, 1884 October 4. [1884.]

Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 45, 1885, 42-43.
The long duration of meteoric radiant points. [1884.]

Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 45, 1885, 93-116.
A peculiar variety of meteors. Astr. Soc. Month.

Not., 45, 1885, 408-409.
The velocity of meteors. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 45,

1885, 444-445.

The long durations of meteoric radiant points. Nature,

31, 1885, 463-465.
The April meteors. Nature, 32, 1885, 5-6.

Jupiter. Nature, 32, 1885, 31-34.

Eecurrence of markings on Jupiter. Nature, 32, 1885,

196-197.

July meteors. Nature, 32, 1885, 342.

- The August meteors. Nature, 32, 1885, 415.

[The new star in Andromeda.] Nature, 32, 1885, 465-

466.
Fireball. Nature, 32, 1885, 466.

The red spot on Jupiter. Nature, 32, 1885, 626 ; 38,
1888, 342; 42, 1890, 100; 45, 1892, 272; 46, 1892, 391-
392; 49 (1893-94), 104-105; 60 (1899), 210-211.

Twilight fireballs from Musca. Observatory, London,

8, 1885, 24-25.

Jupiter and the relative powers of telescopes in de-
fining planetary markings. Observatory, London, 8,
1885, 76-81, 205-209.

Jupiter's first satellite occulting its shadow. Notes

on the transits and nomenclature of Jupiter's satellites.
Observatory, London, 8, 1885, 159-161.

Partial obscuration of the red spot on Jupiter.

Observatory, London, 8, 1885, 214-215.

BIELA'S Comet, the meteor- shower of November 27,

1872, and Comet/ 1881 (Denning). Observatory, London,
8, 1885, 257-261.

Jupiter and large versus small telescopes. Observa-
tory, London, 8, 1885, 300-305.

Changes in the length of the red spot on Jupiter.

Observatory, London, 8, 1885, 337-340.
Large v. small telescopes. Observatory, London, 8,

1885, 340-342; 9, 1886, 274-277; Sidereal Messenger, 4,

1885, 259-261.
Recent showers of meteors. Sidereal Messenger, 4,

1885, 299-301.

The great shower of Andromedes, November 26, 27,

28, and 30, 1885. [1885.] Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 46,

1886, 68-76.

The November meteors. [1885.] Nature, 33, 1886,
101-102.

The recent star-shower. [1885.] Nature, 33, 1886,

127-128.

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Denning]



The return of the Leonids in 1885. [1885.] Nature,

33, 1886, 162-163.
La grande pluie d'e'toiles filantes. Astronomic, 1886,

67-68.
Aspect actuel de Jupiter et de Saturne. Astronomic,

1886, 104-107.
Aspect physique de Mars en 1886. Astronomic, 1886,

321-326; Nature, 34, 1886, 104-105.
Changes in the red spot on Jupiter. Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 46, 1886, 115-118.
Note on the radiation of meteors. Astr. Soc. Month.

Not., 46, 1886, 346-347.
Jupiter's third satellite in transit, April 11, 1886.

Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 46, 1886, 394-395.
Meteor shower of HALLEY'S Comet. Astr. Soc. Month.

Not., 46, 1886, 396-398.

The August Perseids. Nature, 34, 1886, 372-373.

Meteors. The September Taurids. Nature, 34, 1886,

546.
Relative brilliancy of the meteors in the great showers

of November 27, 1872 and 1885. Observatory, London,

9, 1886, 76-77.

The Geminids of 1885. Observatory, London, 9, 1886,

154-156.
Jupiter's red spot and the region near. Observatory,

London, 9, 1886, 188-192.
Observations of meteor showers. Sidereal Messenger,

5, 1886, 61.
The red spot on Jupiter. Sidereal Messenger, 5, 1886,

62, 281-282.
The cometary meteor showers. Sidereal Messenger,

5, 1886, 106-111.
The stationary meteor showers. Sidereal Messenger,

5, 1886, 167-174.
Recent showers of meteors. Sidereal Messenger, 5,

1886, 309; 6, 1887, 160, 287-289, 356-357; 7, 1888, 447-
448.

Distribution of meteor streams. [1886.] Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 47, 1887, 35-39.

Meteor. [1886.] Nature, 35, 1887, 101.

Fireball of December 4, 1886. [1886.] Nature, 35,

1887, 151.

La tache rougeatre de Jupiter. Astronomic, 1887,

330-331.
Meteors with curved paths. Astr. Soc. Month. Not.,

47, 1887, 119-120.

Meteor of December 28, 1886. Nature, 35, 1887*? 248.

April meteors. Nature, 35, 1887, 606.

The meteor of [1887] May 8. Nature, 36, 1887,

68-69.

Early Perseids. Nature, 36, 1887, 318-319.

The August meteors of 1887. Nature, 36, 1887, 407-

408.

Large meteors. Nature, 36, 1887, 437.

Motion of Jupiter's red spot. Observatory, London,

10, 1887, 229-230.

The determination of meteor-paths and radiants.

Observatory, London, 10, 1887, 358-360.

Histoire des e"toiles filantes du mois d'aout. Astro-
nomic, 1888, 405-411; Nature, 38, 1888, 393-395.

Les e"toiles filantes du 14 novembre 1888. Astronomic,

1888, 451-452.

The chief meteor showers. Astr. Soc. Month. Not.,

48, 1888, 110-112.

Heights of fireballs and shooting stars. Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 48, 1888, 112-114.
The total eclipse of the moon, 1888 January 28. Astr.

Soc. Month. Not., 48, 1888, 301-302.
The October meteor-shower of 1887. Nature, 37, 1888,

69.

The meteoric season. Nature, 38, 1888, 276.

Fireball of August 13, August meteors. Nature, 38,

1888, 415.



562 [Denning

The rotation of Jupiter. Observatory, London, 11,

1888, 88-89, 406-407.

Height of a Perseid fireball. [1888.] Astr. Soc.
Month. Not., 49, 1889, 19-21.

Height of a Leonid fireball. [1888.] Astr. Soc.
Month. Not., 49, 1889, 66-68.

Bolide lent ou bradyte tres romarquable. Astronomic,

1889, 263-265.

The Leonid meteor shower, 1888. Nature, 39, 1889,
84-85.

The shooting stars of April. Nature, 39, 1889, 588-



589.



Large fireball. Nature, 39, 1889, 606.

The fireball of May 29, 1889. Nature, 40, 1889, 174.
The August Perseids of 1889. Nature, 40, 1889,

420.

Fine slow-moving meteor. Nature, 40, 1889, 594.

The determination of attenuated meteor-streams.

Observatory, London, 12, 1889, 182-183.
A variety of meteors. Observatory, London, 12, 1889,

219-221.
Notes on comets and comet-seeking. Observatory,

London, 12, 1889, 256-258, 285-286, 311-314, 349-352,

372-374, 403-404, 433-436 ; 13, 1890, 49-50.
Occupation of Jupiter, 1889 Aug. 7. Observatory,

London, 12, 1889, 339-340.

Heights of meteors. Sidereal Messenger, 8, 1889,



299-300.

Entdeckung eines Cometen [1890 VI]. Astr. Nachr.,
125, 1890, 79-80, 121-122; Nature, 42, 1890, 317.

Catalogue of bright meteors observed at Bristol during
the years 1877 to 1889 inclusive. Astr. Soc. Month. Not.,
50, 1890, 83-94.

Catalogue of 918 radiant points of shooting stars
observed at Bristol. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 50, 1890,
410-467.

Recent observations of Jupiter. Nature, 41, 1890,
206-207.

The Perseid meteor shower. Nature, 42, 1890, 342.

Fine group of sun-spots. Nature, 42, 1890, 456.

Large meteors. Nature, 42, 1890, 637.

Visibility of Mercury. Bright meteor. Observatory,
London, 13, 1890, 211.

Fireball of June 27, 1890. Observatory, London, 13,



1890, 272-273.

Recurrent markings on Jupiter. Observatory, London,

13, 1890, 326-327.
The radiant points of meteors. Sidereal Messenger,

9, 1890, 438-439.
New nebulas. [1890.] Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 51,

1891, 96.

Neuer Comet 1891...(Barnard-Denning). Astr. Nachr.,

127, 1891, 45-46; Nature, 43, 1891, 516, 558; Observa-
tory, London, 14, 1891, 199-200.
[Unabhangige] Auffindung des periodischen Cometen

Tempel-Swift (1891...) auf der Sternwarte Mt. Hamilton.

Astr. Nachr., 128, 1891, 237-238.

Jupiter and his markings. Nature, 44, 1891, 439.

Comet-seeking at Bristol. Observatory, London, 14,

1891, 88-90.
Variations in nebulae. Observatory, London, 14, 1891,

196-197.
The radiant of the August Perseids. Observatory,

London, 14, 1891, 233-234.
Notes on observations of meteors. Observatory,

London, 14, 1891, 277-281.
Jupiter. Observatory, London, 14, 1891, 312, 329-

331; 15, 1892, 147-148.
Four new nebulse. Observatory, London, 14, 1891,

316-318.

Saturn. Observatory, London, 14, 1891, 366-370.



Real path of a fine meteor. Observatory, London,

14, 1891, 379-380.



Denning]



563



[Denning



Meteor and meteor-streak observed iu a telescope.

Observatory, London, 14, 1891, 419-420.
Meteor radiants. Sidereal Messenger, 10, 1891, 234-

235.
: The physical nature of shooting stars and aerolites.

Astr. & Astrophys., 11, 1892, 481-482.
Entdeckung eines Cometen 1892 Marz 18. Astr.

Nachr., 129, 1892, 149-150; Nature, 45, 1892, 484, 513.

Supposed variable nebulae. Astr. Nachr., 130, 1892,
231-232.

Large meteor of January 24, 1892. Nature, 45, 1892,

319.
Discovery of a fifth satellite to Jupiter. Nature, 46,

1892, 492-493.
The comets of BROBSEN (1846 VII) and BROOKS (1892

"d"). Nature, 46, 1892, 514.
Comet II 1892 (Denning, March 18). Nature, 46,

1892, 541.

- The new comet. [1892.] Nature, 47 (1892-93), 77.

Notes on new and old nebulae. Observatory, London,

15, 1892, 104-106.

Bright meteors. Observatory, London, 15, 1892, 117.

Discovery of Comet b 1892. Observatory, London,

15, 1892, 190.

The Perseids. Observatory, London, 15, 1892, 322-

323.
Fine meteor. Observatory, London, 15, 1892, 350.

New nebula. Astr. & Astrophys., 12, 1893, 189.

[HOLMKS'S Comet (1892 III).] Astr. & Astrophys., 12,

1893, 371; Nature, 47 (1892-93), 365; Observatory,
London, 16, 1893, 142-144.

The Geminid meteor shower, 1892 December 12.
Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 53, 1893, 130-133; Nature, 47
(1892-93), 226.

The April meteors. Nature, 48 (1893), 5-6.

: The August meteors, 1893. Nature, 48 (1893), 374-

375; Observatory, London, 16, 1893, 317-319.

Occ.ultation of Jupiter. Observatory, London, 16,

1893, 151-152.

Naked-eye views of Mercury. Observatory, London,

16, 1893, 205; 18, 1895, 273-274.

The large meteor of April 15, 1893. Notes on observa-
tions of fireballs. Observatory, London, 16, 1893, 232-
234.

Doubly observed meteors. The Lyrid shower.
Observatory, London, 16, 1893, 263-265.

Meteoric observations. Observatory, London, 16,

1893, 353-354.
Meteor-shower in Capricornus. Observatory, London,

16, 1893, 356-357.

Shooting stars. How to observe them and what they

teach us. [1893-94.] Popular Astr., 1, 1894, 34-38,
67-71, 97-102, 147-151, 208-211, 267-272, 296-300,
345-349, 438-441.

The radiant of the August Perseids. Astr. & Astro-
phys., 13, 1894, 600, 872.

Neuer Comet 1894 Marz 26. Astr. Nachr., 135, 1894,

103-104; Nature, 49 (1893-94), 531. .

August meteor shower from Cygnus. Astr. Nachr.,

136, 1894, 13-14.

Brilliant detonating fireball of 1894 January 25.
Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 54, 1894, 337-342; Nature, 49
(1893-94), 324; Observatory, London, 17, 1894, 77-78.

Motion of fireballs and shooting stars relatively to

the Earth. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 54, 1894, 538-
544.

The discovery of comets. Astr. Soc. Month. Not.,

54, 1894, 544-546.

Fireballs. [1894.] Nature, 49 (1893-94), 434.

The meteor and meteor-streak of August 26, 1894.
: Nature, 50 (1894), 537-538, 617.

-. Meteor of November 12, 1893. Observatory, London,

17, 1894, 45-46.



Fireball of 1894 April 22. Observatory, London, 17,

1894, 202-205.

Discovery of a new Comet (a 1894, Denning). Popular

Astr., 1, 1894, 421.
Heights and radiants of meteors, 1892-93. [1894.]

Brit. Astr. Ass. Mem., 3, 1895, 27-28.
Meteors and electrical phenomena. [1894.] Symons,

Meteorol. Mag., 29, 1895, 18-20.

- Fireball of 1894 April 22nd. [1894.] Symons,
. Meteorol. Mag., 29, 1895, 72-73.

Observations of Jupiter. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 55,

1895, 475-477.

Jupiter. [1895.] Nature, 51 (1894-95), 227-229; 53

(1895-96), 33-34.
The Perseid meteors. [1895.] Nature, 51 (1894-95),

320-321.

April meteors. Nature, 52 (1895), 33.

The relative powers of large and small telescopes in

showing planetary detail. Nature, 52 (1895), 232-234.

The Perseids of 1895. Nature, 52 (1895), 395-396.

August meteors. Bed spot on Jupiter. Nature, 52

(1895), 507-508.
The star showers of November. [1895.] Nature, 53

(1895-96), 7-9.
The November meteors. [1895.] Nature, 53 (1895-

96), 54.
Fireball of November 22. [1895.] Nature, 53 (1895-

96), 102.
DE Vico's periodical Comet (1844 I). Observatory,

London, 18, 1895, 60-61.
Meteors of 1895 Jan. 1. Observatory, London, 18,

1895, 93-94.

The April Lyrids. Observatory, London, 18, 1895,

161.
Comet I 1894. Observatory, London, 18, 1895, 199-

200.
Meteoric radiants near 7 Pegasi. Observatory, London,

18, 1895, 233-234.

Fireball. Observatory, London, 18, 1895, 270-271.
Bright meteor of July 7, 1895. Observatory, London,

18, 1895, 325-327.

The radiant point of the October meteors (Oriouids).
[1895.] Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 56, 1896, 74-79.

The belts and spots on Saturn. Astr. Nachr., 141,

1896, 171-172.

Fireball of 1895 November 22, 6 h 50 m . Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 56, 1896, 331-332.
A remarkable meteor. [1896.] Nature, 53 (1895-96),

486-487, 535.

Two brilliant meteors. Nature, 54 (1896), 27-28.

The August meteor shower, 1896. Nature, 54 (1896),

415-416 ; Observatory, London, 19, 1896, 300-301.

The November meteors. Nature, 54 (1896), 623-624.

The Leonid meteor shower, 1896. [1896.] Nature,

55 (1896-97), 54, 153-154.
- The spots in Jupiter's N. hemisphere. Observatory,

London, 19, 1896, 326-328.
Perseid radiants, 1895 and 1896. Observatory,

London, 19, 1896, 361-363.

Particulars of doubly observed meteors, [1895-97].
[1896-98.] Brit. Astr. Ass. Mem., 5, 1897, 17; 6, 1898,
52; 7, 1899, 15-16.

Two brilliant meteors. Astr. Nachr., 142, 1897, 89-
90.

Meteoric shower .from Corona in May. Astr. Nachr. ,

143, 1897, 155-156.
Beal paths of 107 meteors observed during the ten

years ending 1896 November. Astr. Soc. Month. Not.,

57, 1897, 161-169.
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