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des Akmolinsk'schen Seegebietes gesammelten Gesteine.]
St. Petersb., Euss. Geogr. Soc. Bull., 36, 1900, 451-456;
Neues Jbuch. Min., 1902 (Bd. 1, Eef.), 204, 206.



Doss, [Carl] Bruno, & Ittach, E[rnst], See. Mach & Doss.
Dossios, L. *Ueber die elektrochemische Theorie. Deutsch.

Natf. Tagebl., 1876 (BeiL), 83.
Dostojevskij, A. Ueber den Bau der Grandry'schen

Korperchen. Arch. Mikr. Anat., 26, 1886, 581-591.
Ueber den Bau der Vorderlappen des Hirnanhanges.

Arch. Mikr. Anat., 26, 1886, 592-598.
Ein Beitrag zur mikroskopischen Anatomic der Neben-

nieren bei Saugethieren. Arch. Mikr. Anat., 27, 1886,

272-296.
Ueber den Bau des Corpus ciliare und der Iris von

Saugethieren. Arch. Mikr. Anat., 28, 1886, 91-120.
Eine Bemerkung zur Furchung der Eier der Ascai'is

megalocephala. Anat. Anz., 3, 1888, 646-648.
Dott, David Brown. The salts of narcotine. Pharm. Jl.,

14, 1884, 581-582.
Narcotine and its derivatives.



641-642.

Spirit of nitrous ether.



Pharm. Jl., 14, 1884,

Pharm. JL, 14, 1884, 819-

821.

Codeine hydrobromide. Pharm. Jl., 14, 1884, 917.

Laboratory notes. [With discussion.'] Brit. Pharm.

Confer. Trans., 1885, 416-422.

Estimation of spirit of nitrous ether. Pharm. Jl., 15,
1885, 697-698.

lodoform. Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1886, 554-
555.

Morphine lactate. Pharm. Jl., 16, 1886, 958-959.

The evidence for the existence of acid morphine

meconate. Pharm. Jl., 17, 1887, 690.

Note on solubilities of morphine hydrochloride,
salicin, and gallic acid. Pharm. JL, 17, 1887, 941.

- Morphine hydrate. Pharm. JL, 18, 1888, 701-702.
Note on filter stands. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 7, 1888,

830.
The determination of the amount of morphine in

opium. [1888.] Pharm. JL, 19, 1889, 82-84.

Narceine and its salts. [1889.] Brit. Pharm. Confer.
Trans., 1889, 470-473 ; Pharm. JL, 20, 1890, 335-336.

Action of tartaric acid on mercuric chloride. Pharm.

JL, 19, 1889, 841.
Extract of malt. [With discussion.] [1890.] Brit.

Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1890, 494-498; Pharm. JL, 21,

1891, 418-419.

The estimation of urea. Pharm. JL, 20, 1890, 793.

Notes on the alkaloids. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 9, 1890,

42.
Solubility of lead sulphide in hydrochloric acid.

[1890.] Pharm. JL, 21, 1891, 475.
Strychnine salts. [With discussion.] [1892.] Brit.

Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1892, 385-388; Pharm. JL, 23,

1893, 197.
Potassium bromide. [With discussion.] Brit. Pharm.

Confer. Trans., 1892, 406-409.

Note on calainine. Pharm. JL, 22, 1892, 744.

Opium assay. Pharm. JL, 22, 1892, 746-747; 24,



1894, 847-848.

Note on narceine. Pharin. JL, 22, 1892, 747.

The determination of the diastasic action on starch.
[With discussion.] [1893.] Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans.,
1893, 414-418; Pharm. JL, 24, 1894, 213-214.

Note on lithium nitrate. [With discussion.] [1893.]
Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1893, 420-421; Pharm. JL,
24, 1894, 215.

A convenient method of obtaining a constant stream
of oxygen. Pharm. JL, 23, 1893, 702.

The tests for eucalyptus oil. [1893.] Pharm. JL, 24,



1894, 510-511.

The tests for chloroform. Pharm. JL, 24, 1894, 629-

630.

The digestive action of papain and pepsin compared.



Pharm. JL, 24, 1894, 758.
Note on a viscosimeter.



Pharm. JL, 24, 1894, 848.



Dott]



662



[Douglas



Bismuth oxysalicylate. Pharm. Jl., 25, 1895, 582.

Papain as a digestive agent. Pharm. Jl., 2, 1896, 182.

The preservation of chloroform. Pharm. Jl., 2, 1896,

249.

Opium assay. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 15, 1896, 91-94.

Note on the drying of alkaloids and their salts.

Pharm. Jl., 4, 1897, 21-22.
The determination of ash as an analytical method.

Pharm. Jl., 6, 1898, 282-283.

The assay of eucalyptus oil. Pharm. JL, 8, 1899, 57-58.

Gallic acid. Pharm. JL, 8, 1899, 58.

Strychnine hydrochloride. Pharm. JL, 8, 1899, 58.

Dott, David Brown, & Stockman, Ralph. The chemistry

and pharmacology of some of the morphine derivatives.

[With discussion.] [1887-88.] Brit. Pharm. Confer.

Trans., 1887, - 538-547 ; 1888, 349-355; Pharm. JL, 18,

1888, 273-276 ; 19, 1889, 231-232.
On the pharmacology of some bodies derived from

morphia. [With discussion.] Int. Med. Congr. Trans.,

1887 (Vol. 3), 47-50.

The formula of morphine. [1888.] Edinb. Roy. Soc.



Proc., 15, 1889, 131-135.
Pharmacology of morphine and its derivatives. Edinb.

Boy. Soc. Proc., 17, 1892, 321-381.

See also Stockman & Dott.
Doty, Alvah H. Bubonic plague bacillus. Amer. Micr.

JL, 18, 1897, 163-165.
Formaldehyde as a disinfectant. N. Y. Med. JL, 66,

1897, 517-526.

Dou-. For Russian names beginning thus see under Du-.
Don, Auguste, & Dou, Paul. See below.
Dou, Paul, & Dou, Auguste. Transformateur de force a

rotation directe. Genie Civil, 7, 1885, 373-377.
Doubleday, Edward. To biographical reference (Vol. 12)

add Essex Field Club Spec. Mem., 2, 1890, 13.
Doubleday, Henry. For biography and works see Essex

Field Club Spec. Mem. , 2, 1890, 13-19.
Tables of observations on the arrival of the summer

migrants at Epping (1828-45). Essex Field Club Spec.

Mem., 2, 1890, 39-41.
Doubleday, V. C. The Sussmann electric lamp. [With

discussion.] [1893.] Fed. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 6,

1894, 264-268, 284-286, 398.

Doublet, , Flamxne, J. B., & Courty, F. Observa-
tions de Peclipse de lune du 4 octobre 1884, faites a

1'Observatoire de Bordeaux. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 99,



1884, 639-641.
Doublet, , Rayet, G., & Flamme, J. B.



See Rayet,



Doublet & Flamme.
Doublet, , Feraud, Adrien [Amedee], Esclangon,

[F. V. T.], & Courty, F. See Feraud, Doublet,

Esclangon & Courty.
Doubller, . *[Sur le tremblement de terre ressenti a

Nice le 29 decembre 1854.] France Soc. Meteorol. Annu.,

3, 1855, Pt. 1, 9-10.
*[Sur la tempete qui a sevi le 14 fevrier 1855, dans le

detroit de Bonifacio.] France Soc. Meteorol. Annu., 3,

1855, Pt. 1, 298-299.

*[Sur une secouese de tremblement de terre ressentie



a Draguignan, le 12 decembre 1855. ] France Soc. Meteorol.

Annu., 4, 1856, Pt. 2, 7-8.
*[Tremblement de terre a Draguignan, le 7 aout, 1858.]

France Soc. Meteorol. Annu., 6, 1858, Pt. 2, 134.
Doubrava, Stefan. For biographical notice see Elektro-

techn. Ztschr., 18, 1897, 491.
On the distribution of continuous electric currents by

means of condensers. Electrician, 22, 1889, 676-677 ;

23, 1889, 294-295, 480-481.
Doubt, T. E. Note on the measurement of colour and the

determination of white light. Phil. Mag., 46, 1898, 216-

222.
Doudna, P[earl] E[ugene]. For biographical notice see

U. S. Monthly Weath. Rev., 28 (1900), 202.



Safety fuse for lightning on the anemometer. U. S.

Monthly Weath., Rev., 26 (1898), 257.

Doudou, Ernest. Etude sur les cavernes d'Engis. Anthrop.
(Paris), 10, 1899, 522-535.

La station prehistorique d'Ampsin. Brux. Soc.

Anthrop. Bull., 19, 1900, xlii-xlvi.

Doue. See Bertrand de Doue.

Dougal, (Mrs.) Margaret Douie. On the teaching of in-
organic chemistry. Chem. News, 68, 1893, 223-225,
237-238, 247-248, 260-261.

A specimen of early Scottish iron. Chem. Soc. JL,

65, 1894, 744-750.

Effect of heat on aqueous solutions of chrome alum.



Chem. Soc. JL, 69, 1896, 1526-1530.
Dougall, John. Original research in sanitary science.

The artificial cultivation of vaccine lymph. Glasgow

Med. JL, 26, 1886, 409-418; 27, 1887, 25-35, 101-110.

Saccharine. Glasgow Med. JL, 29, 1888, 292-295.

A chemical antidote for chloral poisoning. Glasgow

Med. JL, 43, 1895, 95-97.
Dougall, John. On a certain expression for a spherical

harmonic, with some extensions. Edinb. Math. Soc.

Proc., 8, 1890, 81-89.
A general method of solving the equations of elasticity.

[1897.] Edinb. Math. Soc. Proc., 16, 1898, 82-98.
The determination of GREEN'S function by means of

cylindrical or spherical harmonics. Edinb. Math. Soc.

Proc., 18, 1900, 33-83.
Dougall, John. The leaf-caves of Mull. [1891.] Glasgow

Geol. Soc. Trans., 9, 1893, 286-289.
Dougan, John. On the "Paristagan" system of building

with concrete. [1893.] Glasgow Phil. Soc. Proc., 25,

1894, 90-97.
Dougherty, George T. Note on the estimation of antimony.

Chem. News, 50, 1884, 278.
Determination of carbon in iron and steel without

combustion apparatus. Chem. News, 80, 1899, 121-122.
Determination of carbon in iron and steel without



absorption apparatus. Chem. News, 80, 1899, 242-243.
Doughty, diaries M. *Travels in north-western Arabia

and Nejd. [1883.] Geogr. Soc. Proc., 6, 1884, 382-394.
Outline of the geology of Arabia. Geol. Mag., 1,

1884, 142-143.
Observations at Medijin Salik, in north-western

Arabia. Meteorol. Soc. Quart. JL, 10, 1884, 156-158.
Douglas, Garstairs. The use of modern chemical methods

in the diagnosis of gastric disorders. Glasgow Med. JL,

50, 1898, 424-430.
The clinical examination of the blood and its bearing

on the diagnosis and prognosis of disease. Glasgow

Med. JL, 54, 1900, 33-41.
Douglas, Charles J. Alcoholism. N. Y. Med. JL, 70,

1899, 626-628.
Douglas, E. M. The adjustment of triangulation. School

of Mines Quarterly, N. Y., 14, 1893, 289-318.
Douglas, Francis. For biographical notice see Berwick.

Nat. Club Hist., [11], 1887, 538-541.
Douglas, J. C. The hive-bees indigenous to India and

the introduction of the Italian bee. [1886.] Bengal

Asiat. Soc. JL, 55 (Pt. 2), 1887, 83-96.
Douglas, J[ohn] J[osiah]. An experiment on the influence

of thyroid feeding on the proteid metabolism in man.

Edinb. Roy. Soc. Proc., 20, 1895, 330-333.
Douglas, J[ohn] W[illiam]. On a new species of the genus

Orthezia. Ent. Soc. Trans., 1884, 81-86.
Note[s] on some British [and exotic] Coccidse. Ent.

Month. Mag., 22, 1885-86, 157-160, 243-250 ; 23, 1886-87,

25-29, 77-82, 150-155, 239-243; 24, 1887-88, 21-28, 95-

101, 165-171; 25, 1888-89, 57-60, 86-89, 124-125, 150-

153, 232-235, 257, 314-317; 26, 1890, 79-81, 153-155,

238-240, 318-319; 27, 1891, 65-68, 95-100, 244-247;

28, 1892, 105-107, 207-209, 278-280; 29, 1893, 55-57,

130-131; 30, 1894, 28-30; 31, 1896, 137-139.



Douglas]



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[Douglass



Larvae of Lepidoptera feeding on Coccidae. [1888.]
Ent. Month. Mag., 24, 1887-88, 225-228.

Description of a new species of Aleurodes. [1888.]
Ent. Month. Mag., 24, 1887-88, 265-267.

The spreading of Orthezia insignis in England. [1889.]



Ent. Month. Mag., 25, 1888-89, 270.

A new species of Anthocoris. [1889.] Ent. Month.
Mag., 25, 1888-89, 427-428.

On a Brazilian species of Aleurodes found in England.

Ent. Month. Mag., 27, 1891, 44, xiv.
[New species of Aleurodes.] Ent. Month. Mag., 27,

1891, 322-323 ; 30, 1894, 73-74.
On two species of Aleurodes from Dorset. Ent. Month.

Mag., 30, 1894, 154-155.
Aleurodes proletella, Linn., and A. brassiere, Walk.,

a comparison. Ent. Month. Mag., 31, 1895, 68-69.
On Aleurodes carpini, Koch. Ent. Month. Mag., 31,

1895, 117-118.

On Aleurodes Lonicerae, Walker. Ent. Month. Mag.,
32, 1896, 31-33.

The Cimex in the nests of domestic fowls. Ent.

Month. Mag., 33, 1897, 208-209.
Douglas, James. The nomenclature of orchids. Gard.

Chron., 23, 1885, 373.

Orchid names. Gard. Chron., 25, 1886, 619.

Canker : its cause and cure. Hortic. Soc. Jl., 10,

1888, 47-51.
Onions, and the onion maggot. Gard. Chron., 8,

1890, 183.
The hollyhock (Althaea rosea). Hortic. Soc. Jl., 12,

1890, 544-549.

Cross-fertilisation of florists' flowers. [1897.] Hortic.

Soc. Jl., 21 (1897-98), 205-212.
Douglas, James. The copper-resources of the United

States. [1890.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 19,

1891, 678-704.

Notes on the Stockholm Exposition and the iron

and steel trade of Sweden. [With discussion.] [1898.]

Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 28, 1899, 101-107,

813-816.

Treatment of copper mattes in the Bessemer con-
verter. [With discussion.] [1899.] Inst. Min. Metall.

Trans., 8 (1899-1900), 2-48.
The Copper Queen mine, Arizona. [With discussion.]

[1899.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 29, 1900, 511-

546, 1056-1058.
The characteristics and conditions of the technical

progress of the nineteenth century. [1899.] Amer.

Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 29, 1900, 648-665.
American transcontinental lines. [With discussion.]

[1899.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 29, 1900, 782-

822, 1047-1050. ,
Douglas, James, & Hunt, Thomas Sterry. See Hunt &

Douglas.
Douglas, Kenneth M. The anatomy of the transversalis

muscle and its relation to inguinal hernia. Jl. Anat.

Physiol., 24, 1890, 220-226.
Douglas, Paul. Ueber einige stickstoffhaltige Thiophen-

und Furfuranderivate. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 25,

1892, 1311-1314.

Douglas, Robert. For biographical notice see Garden &

Forest, 10, 1897, 230.
Propagation of conifers from seeds in the open air.

Garden & Forest, 1, 1888, 47.

Tree notes. Garden & Forest, 1, 1888, 179.

Notes on the longevity of coniferous tree seeds.



Garden & Forest, 1, 1888, 250.
Succession of forest growths.



Garden & Forest, 2,

1889, 284-286.
Our coniferous forests. Garden & Forest, 6, 1893,

252-253.
Is the white pine doomed ? Garden & Forest, 10,

1897, 188-189.



Douglas, Thomas H. The weeping spruce. Garden &

Forest, 5, 1892, 591-592.
The germination of conifer- seeds. Garden & Forest,

10, 1897, 407.
Douglas, W. D. Robinson. Strangalia armata (Herbst)

in Kirkcudbrightshire. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1892,

271.
A note on the genus Apion. [1893.] Dumfr. Gallow.

Soc. Trans., 9, 1894, 126-130.
Douglas, W. D. Robinson, & Lennon, W[illiam]. See

Lennon & Douglas.
Douglas, W. H. An annual winding clock, with torsion

pendulum. Brit. Ass. Hep., 1888, 823.
Douglas-Ogilby, J. See Ogilby, J. Douglas.
Douglass, Andrew Ellicot. Some characteristics of the

Indian earth and shell mounds on the Atlantic coast of

Florida. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1884, 599-601.
Indications of a rainy period in southern Peru.

Science, 20, 1892, 231-232.

SWIFT'S Comet (a 1892). Astr. & Astrophys., 12,



1893, 202-205.

The balance roof for telescope buildings.



Astr. &



Astrophys., 12, 1893, 207.
The polar cap of Mars. Astr. & Astrophys., 13, 1894,
738-740; Lowell Obs. Ann., 1, 1898, 43-44.

Beobachtung des Cometen 1894. ..(Gale April 3).
Astr. Nachr., 135, 1894, 197-198.

Beobachtung von hellen Projectionen auf dem Mars.
Astr. Nachr., 136, 1894, 79-80.

Gegenschein observations. [1894-97.] Popular



Astr., 2, 1895, 29-32; 5, 1898, 178-181.

The study of atmospheric currents by the aid of

large telescopes, and the effect of such currents on the
quality of the seeing. [1895.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl. , 11
(1894-95), 395-413.

A cloud-like spot on the terminator of Mars. Astro-
phys. Jl., 1, 1895, 127-130.

A combination telescope and dome. Astrophys. Jl. ,

1, 1895, 401-410.

The Lowell Observatory and its work. Popular Astr.,

2, 1895, 395-402.

Projections on the terminator of Mars and Martian

meteorology. Astr. Nachr., 142, 1897, 363-366.

Rotation des III. Jupitersmondes. Astr. Nachr., 143,



1897, 263-264.

Rotation des IV. Jupitersmondes. Astr. Nachr., 143,

1897, 311-312.

Drawings of Jupiter's third satellite.



143, 1897, 411-414.

Ascension al Popocatepetl.



Astr. Nachr.,
Mex. Obs. Bol., 1897,
Popular Astr.,



51-53.
The Lowell Observatory in Mexico.

4, 1897, 489-495.

The "astronomer's" globe. [1897.] Popular Astr.,

5, 1898, 57-62.

Atmosphere, telescope and observer. [1897.] Popular
Astr., 5, 1898, 64-84.

A summary of planetary work at the Lowell Obser-



vatory and the conditions under which it has been
performed. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1898, 71; Popular Astr.,
7, 1899, 74-85.

The first satellite of Jupiter. Astr. Nachr., 146, 1898,



345-356.

The markings on Venus. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 58,
1898, 382-385.

[The planet Mars.] Micrometer measures for position
of ends of cusps. Lowell Obs. Ann., 1, 1898, 48-49.

[Observations of Mars during the opposition of 1894-
95.] Part n. Canals in the dark regions and observa-
tions of the terminator. Lowell Obs. Ann., 1, 1898,
251-378.

Stellar bands in the zodiac from Gemini to Scorpio.
Popular Astr., 5, 1898, 511-513.



Doug-lass]



664



[Doumergue



Scales of seeing. Popular Astr. , 6, 1898, 193-208.
Present rotation-period of the first satellite of Jupiter

and its change in form and period since 1892. [1898.]
Astr. Jl., 19, 1899, 69-70.

Mars. Popular Astr., 7, 1899, 113-117.

The effect of mountains on the quality of the atmo-
sphere. Popular Astr., 7, 1899, 354-365.

Observations of the planet Jupiter and its satellites
1894 [made by W. H. PICKERING], and 1895. Lowell
Obs. Ann., 2, 1900, 1-200.

Observations of Mars 1896 and 1897. Lowell Obs.
Ann., 2, 1900, 201-523.

Photographs of the zodiacal light. Popular Astr., 8,
1900, 174-177.

An hypothesis regarding the surface markings of
Jupiter. Popular Astr., 8, 1900, 473-475.

Planet Mars. Astr. Nachr., 154, 1901, 95-96.



Recherches sur la croissance terminale de la tige des
Phanerogames. Ann. Sci. Nat. (Bot,.), 11, 1890, 283-
350.
Sur le d^veloppement de la tige des Conifdres. Jl.



Douglass, Beaman. Observations on the treatment of hay

fever. N. Y. Med. Jl., 70, 1899, 329-333.
The treatment of hay fever by suprarenal gland.

N. Y. Med. JL, 71, 1900, 725-728.
Douglass, Earl. New species of Merycochcerus in Montana.

Amer. Jl. Sci., 10, 1900, 428-438.
Douglass, G. Norman. On the herpetology of the Grand

Duchy of Baden. Zoologist, 15, 1891, 13-20, 53-59,

138-144, 179-184, 255-260, 338-341, 380-391; 16, 1892,

15-19, 211-222.
Zur Fauna Santorins. Zool. Anz., 15, 1892, 453-

455.
Contributions to an avifauna of Baden. Zoologist,

18, 1894, 166-177.
Douglass, (Sir) James N[icholas]. For biography see

Engineers Soc. Trans., 1898, 238; Inst. Civ. Engin.

Proc., 134, 1898, 403-405; Inst. Mechan. Engin. Proc.,

1898, 531-532; Nature, 58 (1898), 177; Inst. Elect.

Engin. Jl., 28, 1899, 672.
Improvements in coast signals ; with supplementary

remarks on the new Eddystone Lighthouse. Brit. Ass.

Rep., 1884, 584-592.
[Presidential address to the Mechan. Sci. Sect.

Lighthouses, light- vessels, buoys, and beacons.] Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1886, 786-798.
On fluted craterless carbons for arc lighting. Roy.

Soc. Proc., 40, 1886, 500-502.
Beacon lights and fog signals. Roy. Inst. Proc., 12,

1889, 425-444.
Douglass, William Tregarthen. *The new Eddystone

Lighthouse. [1883.] Inst. Civ. Engin. Proc., 75, 1884,

20-36.
Douglass, William Tregarthen, & Purves, John Archibald.

Improvements in dioptric apparatus for lighthouses.

Inst. Civ. Engin. Proc., 137, 1899, 131-144.
Douin, [I.]. Mousses [et He'patiques] rares d'Eure-et-

Loir. Rev. Bryol., 19, 1892, 24-26.
Liste des He'patiques du d^partement d'Eure-et-Loir.

Rev. Bryol., 21, 1894, 55-58.
Douliot, Henri. Sur les faisceaux medullaires du Phyto-

lacca dioica. France Soc. Bot. Bull., 32, 1885, 391-

392.
Note sur la structure des Crassulacees. France Soc.

Bot. Bull., 33, 1886, 299-305.
Sur le pe"riderme des Rosac^es. France Soc. Bot.

Bull., 34, 1887, 425-427.
Etude des meristemes terminaux. Jl. Bot., Paris, 1,

1887, 59-61.
Sur le periderme des Legumineuses. Jl. Bot., Paris,

2, 1888, 71-76.
Note sur la formation du periderme. Jl. Bot., Paris,

2, 1888, 158-160.
Recherches sur le periderme. Ann. Sci. Nat. (Bot.),

10, 1889, 325-395 ; Jl. Bot. , Paris, 3, 1889, 37-39.
Influence de la lumiere sur le d6veloppement du liege.

Jl. Bot., Paris, 3, 1889, 121-124.



Bot., Paris, 4, 1890, 206-212.
Recherches sur la croissance terminale de la tige et

de la feuille chez les Graminees. Ann. Sci. Nat. (Bot.),

13, 1891, 93-102.

Journal du voyage fait sur la cote ouest de Mada-
gascar. Paris, Soc. Geogr. Bull., 14, 1893, 329-366;

16, 1895, 112-148 ; 17, 1896, 26-64, 233-266, 364-391.
Douliot, Henri, & Tiegliem,Ph[ilippe Edouard Leon] van.

See Tiegliem & Douliot.
Douls, Camille. For biography see Nature, 40, 1889, 353 ;

Amsterdam Nederl. Aardr. Genootsch. Tijdschr., 7, 1890,

366-367.
Voyage d'exploration a. travers le Sahara occidental

et le Sud marocain. [1887.] Paris, Soc. Geogr. Bull.,

9, 1888, 437-479.
Doulton, (Sir) Henry. For biographical notice see Inst.

Civ. Engin. Proc., 131, 1898, 391-394.
Visit to the Doulton potteries, at Lambeth. [1887.]

Geol. Ass. Proc., 10, 1889, 130-132.
Douxner, [Jean Marie] E[mmanuel]. Mesure de la hauteur

des sons par les flammes manometriques. Paris, Ac.

Sci.,C. R., 103, 1886, 340-342.
Etude du timbre des sons, par la me'thode des flammes

manometriques. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 105, 1887, 222-

224.



Des voyelles dont le caractere est tres aigu. Paris,

Ac. Sci. C. R., 105, 1887, 1247-1249.
Note sur 1'identimetre de M. TRANNIN. Jl. Phys., 9,

1890, 191-193.

Sur les pouvoirs refringents des sels simples en dis-
solution. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 110, 1890, 40-42.
Sur les pouvoirs refringents des sels doubles en dis-
solution. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 110, 1890, 139-141.
Sur les pouvoirs refringents moleculaires des sels en

dissolution. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 110, 1890, 957-958;

Paris Soc. Chim. Bull., 3, 1890, 200-206.
Note sur le double pouvoir osmotique. Paris, Soc.

Biol. M6m., 42, 1890 (C. R.), 321-323.
A propos de la communication de M. DEBIERRE

relative a de nouvelles photographies ster^oscopiques de

pieces anatomiques. Paris, Soc. Biol. Mern., 44, 1892

(C. R.), 659-660.
Influence de la franklinisation sur la menstruation.

Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 122, 1896, 629-630.
Action des courants de haute frequence et de haute

tension sur la tuberculose pulmonaire chronique. Paris,

Ac. Sci. C. R., 130, 1900, 602-605.

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