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Ztschr. Physiol. Chem., 28, 1899, 65-72.

Dzierzgowski, S[iniori\ K., & Onufrowicz, C. J. Re-
cherches experimentales sur la question de savoir
comment certains organes se comportent a regard des
toxines diphteritiques. St. Petersb. Arch. Sci. Biol.,
6, 1898, 41-50.

Dzierzgowski, S\i>iut\ K., & Bekowski, Louis de. Ein
Apparat, um Fliissigkeiten bei niederer Temperatur
keimfrei abzudampfen. Centrbl. Bakt., 11, 1892, 685-
689.



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H xHMHiecKift aHaJiH3T> STHXT. 6aKTepi8. [Re-

cherches sur la transformation des milieux nutritifs par

les bacilles de la diphterie et sur la composition chimique

de ces microbes.] St. Petersb. Arch. Sci. Biol., 1, 1892,

166-197.

96



Dziewonski]



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[Barnes



Dziewonski, Karol. Sprawozdanie z por6wnawczego
rozbioru kilku rop galicyjskich. [Account of a com-
parative analysis of some Galician petroleums.] Kosmos
(Lwow), 25, 1900, 477-483 ; Ztschr. Angew. Chem., 1900,
343-345.

Dzimski, (>\tto], & Stoerxner, l!\iclninl\. See Stoermer
& Dzimski.

Dziobek, 0. Die zweiten Differentialquotienten des
Potentials der Schwere und die Moglichkeit ihrer ex-
perimentellen Bestimmung. Berlin Phys. Ges. Verb.,
1891, 27-33.



Ueber instabiles Gleichgewicht bei der allgemeinen

Schwere. Astr. Nachr., 144, 1897, 271-272.
Ueber eine Erweiterung des Gauss'schen Pentagramma

mirificum auf ein beliebiges spharisches Dreieck. Arch.

Math. Phys., 1(5, 1898, 320-326.
Ueber die Differentialgleichungen der Relativbewe-

gungen. Astr. Nachr., 147, 1898, 161-174.
Ueber die Schattenflache. Astr. Nachr., 148, 1899,

129-138.
Ueber einen merkwiirdigen Fall des Vielkorperpro-

blems. Astr. Nachr., 152, 1900, 33-46 1 .



E



E., A. Division decimale du jour et de la circonfe'rence.

Eev. Sci., 6, 1896, 380.
E., A. S. Some habits of the spider. [1890.] Nature, 43,

1891, 55.
E., C. H. Notes on the ducks of Cohasset, Mass. , 1860-92.

Ornith. Ool., 17, 1892, 90-91.
E., M. A remarkable appearance in the sky. Nature, 42,

1890, 198.
E., M. Zur Werthbestimmung des Aluminiums und seiner

Legirungen. Oesterr. Ztschr. Bergwesen, 39, 1891, 570.
E., P. B. Alkaline accumulators. Telegr. Jl., 24, 1889,

57-58.
Bade, (Sir) Peter. Tortoises. [1886-92.] Norf. Norw.

Nat. Soc. Trans., 4, 1889, 316-322; 5, 1894, 368-372.
Eadie, John H. The Biela meteors. Sidereal Messenger,

5, 1886, 26.

Fluctuations of the Andromeda Nova. Sidereal Mes-
senger, 5, 1886, 79-81.
Observations of meteors. Sidereal Messenger, 5, 1886,

317.
Polaris and companion. Sidereal Messenger, 9, 1890,

427.
The approach of cold waves. [1893.] Amer. Meteorol.

JL, 9 (1892-93), 563.
Are our winters becoming milder? [1893.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 10 (1893-94), 54-55.
Cumulus clouds at the Bayonne, N. J., fire. U. S.

Monthly Weath. Kev., 28 (1900), 433.
Eads, James B\iichanari\. For biography see Inst. Civ.

Engin. Proc., 90, 1887, 425-433.
Eagar, (Eev.) Alex. R. Supplement to BASTIAN'S Falmouth

flora. Cornwall Polyt. Soc. Bep., 1888, 94-96.
Eagles, Edwin M., & nXuir, M[atthew] M[oncrieff"\

Pattison. See Muir & Eagles.
Eagles, T[homas] H[enry], For biographical notice and

works see Inst. Civ. Engin. Proc., 110, 1892, 392-393.
Eagleton, Wells P. The ear complications of influenza.

N. Y. Med. JL, 66, 1897, 199-200.
Eakins, L. G. Meteoric iron from New Mexico. [1885.]

Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 2 (1885-87), 14.
On allanite and gadolinite. [1885.] Colorado Sci.

Soc. Proc., 2 (1885-87), 32-35.
Note on xanthitane. Amer. Jl. Sci., 35, 1888,

418-419.

Two sulphantimonites from Colorado. [1888.]

Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 3 (1888-90), 73-76; U. S.
Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 60. 1890, 115-117.

A new stone meteorite. Amer. Jl. Sci., 39, 1890,

59-61.
Meteoric iron from North Carolina. Amer. Jl. Sci.,

39, 1890, 395-396.

[Mineralogical notes.] Xanthitane from North

Carolina. [Triplite from the Black Hills, Dakota.
Kaolin from the Waterfall mine, Gunnison county,



Colo.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 60, 1890, 135-
136.

New analyses of astrophyllite and tscheffkinite. Amer.
JL Sci., 42, 1891, 34-38; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 90,

1892, 41-44.

[New meteorites.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 78,

1891, 91-97 ; No. 90, 1892, 45-46.
A new meteorite from Hamblen county, Tennessee.

Amer. JL Sci., 46, 1893, 283-285, 482 ; U. S. Geol. Surv.

Bull., .No. 113, 1893, 61-62.
The determination of bismuth in refined lead and

in lead bullion. [1895.] Colorado Sci. Soc. Proc., 5

(1894-96), 131-139.

Eakins, L. G., & Cross, Whitman. See Cross & Eakins.
Eakins, Thomas. The differential action of certain

muscles passing more than one joint. Philad. Ac. Nat.

Sci. Proc., 1894, 172-180.
Eakle, Arthur S[tarr]. On some dikes occurring near

Lyon Mt., Clinton Co., N. Y. Amer. Geologist, 12,

1893, 31-36.

On allanite crystals from Franklin Furnace, N. J.

[1893.] N. Y. Ac. Trans., 13 (1893-94), 102-107.
Secundare Mineralbildungen auf Antimonit. Ztschr.

Kryst., 24, 1895, 586-588.
Beitrage zur krystallographischen Kenntniss der uber-

jodsauren uud jodsauren Salze. Ztschr. Kryst., 26, 1896,

558-588.
Erionite, a new zeolite. Amer. JL Sci., 6, 1898,

66-68; Ztschr. Kryst., 30, 1899, 176-178, 690.
A biotite-tinguaite dike from Manchester by the sea,

Essex county, Mass. Amer. Jl. Sci., 6, 1898, 489-492.
Topaz crystals in the mineral collection of the U. S.

National Museum. [1898.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 21, 1899,

361-369.
Petrographical notes on some rocks from the Fiji

Islands. Amer. Ac. Proc., 34, 1899, 579-595.
Miargyrit von Zacatecas, Mexico. Ztschr. Kryst., 31,

1899, 209-215.
Eakle, Arthur S[tarr], & Muthmann, Wilhelm. On the

so-called schneebergite. Amer. Jl. Sci., 50, 1895, 244-

246; Ztschr. Kryst., 24, 1895, 583-586.
E am.es, Edwin H. Notes on Helminthophila leucobron-

chialis. Auk, 5, 1888, 427-428.
Notes on the blue-winged warbler and its allies

(Helminthophila pinus, H. leucobronchialis, H. Law-

rencei, and H. chrysoptera) in Connecticut. Auk, 6,

1889, 305-310.
The fish crow (Corvus ossifragus) in Connecticut.

Auk, 6, 1889, 338.

Food and habits of the ruby-throated hummingbird.
Auk, 7, 1890, 286-288.

Notes from Connecticut. Auk, 10, 1893, 89-90.
Eames, Richard. The apparent growth of gold. Science,

20, 1892, 259-260.






Eames]



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[Easterfield



Eames, W. H. The oiigin of defective enamel. Brit. Jl.

Dental Sci., 27, 1884, 1049-1054.
Eardley-Wilmot, S. The "Kol-Bahlu," and the instinct

of fear in wild animals. [1898.] Bombay Nat. Hist.

Soc. JL, 11, 1897-98, 548-549.
A panther with 20 toes. [1898.] Bombay Nat. Hist.

Soc. Jl., 11, 1897-98, 734-735.
Reasoning power in bees. [1898.] Bombay Nat.

Hist. Soc. Jl., 11, 1897-98, 741-742.
Notes on sport in Oudh. [1898.] Bombay Nat. Hist.

Soc. Jl., 12, 1898-1900, 223-224.
Earhart, R[obert~\ F., Ames, Joseph Sweetman, & Reese,

Herbert M[eredith]. See Ames, Earhart & Reese.
Earland, Arthur. On Foraminifera. Quekett Micr. Club

JL, 6, [1897], 406-414.
On Orbiculina adunca (Fichtel and Moll), and its

varieties. [1898.] Quekett Micr. Club JL, 7, [1900],

88-92.
Radiolaria. [1899.] Quekett Micr. Club JL, 7, [1900],

257-284.
A list of the fossil Radiolaria from Barbados, figured

in EHEENBEKG'S " Fortsetzung der mikrogeologischeii

Studien" with the equivalent names used by HAECKEL.

Quekett Micr. Club JL, 7, [1900], 285-294.

Earle, . Infant feeding and the summer diseases of

children. [With discussion.] N. Y. Med. JL, 40, 1884,



Earle, F. S. Notes on the North American forms of
Podosphaera. [1884.] Bot. Gaz., 9 & 10, 1884-85, 24-26.
On some species of the genus Meliola. Bot. Ciaz., 21,



On a new species of Palteosyops. Palfeo-
inus, n. sp. Amer. Natlist., 25, 1891,



Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci.



245-246.

Earle, Charles.
syops me,
45-47.

Palaeosyops and allied genera.

Proc., 1891, 106-117.

Revision of the species of Coryphodon. Amer. Mus.

Bull., 4, 1892, 149-166; Amer. JL Sci., 45, 1893, 160.

A memoir upon the genus Palasosyops, Leidy, and its

allies. [1892.] Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. JL, 9, 1884-95,
267-388.

The variability of specific characters as exhibited by

the extinct genus Coryphodon. Science, 20, 1892, 7-9.

On the systematic position of the genus Protogonodon.

Amer. Natlist., 27, 1893, 377-379.

The evolution of the American tapir. Geol. Mag., 10,

1893, 391-396.

Some points in the comparative osteology of the tapir.

Science, 21, 1893, 118.

The structure and affinity of the Puerco ungulates.

Science, 22, 1893, 49-51.

On a supposed case of parallelism in the genus Palaeo-
syops. Amer. Natlist., 29, 1895, 622-626.

Notes on the fossil Mammalia of Europe, i. Com-
parison of the American and European forms of
Hyracotherium. [u. On the affinities of the genus
Tapirulus, Gervais. in. On the validity and syste-
matic position of Mixtotherium, Filhol. iv. On the
Pseudoequines of the Upper Eocene of France.' v. The
phylogeny of Anoplotherium. vi. Remarks on the
fossil tapiroids of Europe, vn. Note on the structure
of the skull in Dichodon.] Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896,
131-135, 306-311, 480-485, 665-668; 32, 1898, 115-117.

Tapirs past and present. Science, 4, 1896, 934-935.

On the affinities of Tarsius : a contribution to the

phylogeny of the Primates. Amer. Natlist., 31, 1897,
569-575, 680-689.

Relations of Tarsius to the lemurs and apes. Science,

5, 1897, 258-260, 657-658.

Relationship of the Chriacidae to the Primates. Amer.

Natlist., 32, 1898, 261-262.

Earle, Charles, & Osborn, Henry Fairjield. See Osborn
& Earle.

Earle, Charles, & Wortman, Jacob L. See Wortman &
Earle.

Earle, E. H. The botany and materia medica of linseed.
Pharm. JL, 14, 1884, 979-980.



1896, 224-228.

New species



of Fungi imperfecti from Alabama.



Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 24, 1897, 28-32.

New or noteworthy Alabama Fungi. Torrey Bot. Club



Bull., 25, 1898, 359-368.

Some Fungi from South America.



Torrey Bot. Club

Bull., 26, 1899, 632-634.
Field experiments with tomato rot. Science, 12, 1900,

579-580.
. Some Florida Fungi. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 27,

1900, 120-123.
Earle, F. S., & Burrill, Thomas Jonathan. See Burrill

& Earle.

Earle, F. S., & Tracy, S. M. See Tracy & Earle.
Earle, F. S., & Underwood, Lucien Marcus. See Under -



Electrician, 35, 1895,
Nature, 50 (1894),



wood & Earle.

Earle, H.- A. Storage batteries.
685-689.

Earle, John W. A remarkable meteor.
452.

Earle, Pliny. For biographical notice and works see Allg.
Ztschr. Psychiatr., 49, 1893, 334-335.

Earle, R. B. Geological results of the recent storm upon
the Massachusetts coast. [1898.] Science, 9, 1899, 113.

Mineral veins of the Mystic Quarries, Somerville.

Science, 9, 1899, 752.

Earle, Richard B., & Jackson, C[harles] Loring. See
Jackson & Earle.

Earll, R[ober\ Edward. For biography see Science, 3,
1896, 471-472; Smithsonian Rep., 1896 (U. S. Mus.
Rep.), 49 ; Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 13, 1900, 388-390.

[Descriptive catalogues of the collections sent from

the U. S. to the International Fisheries Exhibition,
London, 1883, constituting a report upon the American
section.] J. Catalogue of the apparatus for the capture
of fish exhibited by the U. S. Nat. Mus. [L. Catalogue
of the fish-cultural exhibit of the United States Fish
Commission.] U. S. Mus. Bull., 27, 1884, 825-1030,
1155-1249.

Earnshaw, Edward H. The chemical composition and
technical analysis of water-gas. Franklin Inst. JL, 146,
1898, 161-176, 303-307.

Earp, (Miss) A. G. Note on the effect of the replacement
of oxygen by sulphur on the boiling- and melting-points
of compounds. Phil. Mag. , 35, 1893, 458-462.

East, (Rev.) Arthur. Notes on the respiration of the
dragonfly nymph. Entomologist, 33, 1900, 211-212.

Some additional notes on jEschna cyanea. Entomo-
logist, 33, 1900, 257-259.

East, Frederick] J[ames], & Xtteldola, Raphael. See
Xtteldola & East.

East, George E. Spurious flint implements. Geol. Mag.,
5, 1888, 239.

East, J. J. On a geological section from the head of
St. Vincent Gulf eastward across the Wakefield and
Light River basins. [1884.] S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans.,
8, 1886, 1-9.

On the geological structure and physical features of
central Australia. S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans., 12, 1889,
31-53.

Easterfield, Thomas Hill. Some observations on per-
manganic acid. [1887.] Cambridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 6,
1889, 107-115.

A simple water-bath regulator. Chem. News, 60,

1889, 250.

A handy trough for HOFMANN'S vapour-density appa-
ratus. Chem. News, 60, 1889, 250-251.
Phenylbromacetic acid, an apparent exception to the
Le Bel-Van't Hoff hypothesis. Chem. Soc. JL, 59, 1891,



71-73.



962



Easterfield]



764



[Easton



The oxidation of mannitol by nitric acid. d-Manno-

saccharic acid. Cbem. Soc. Jl., 59, 1891, 306-310.
Easterfield, Thomas Hill, & Dixon, G. See Dixon &

Easterfield.
Easterfield, Thomas Hill, & Mills, W[illiam] H[obson].

See Mills & Easterfield.
Easterfield, Thomas Hill, & Sell, William James. Anhydro-

derivatives of citric and aconitic acids. Chem. Soc. Jl.,

61, 1892, 1003-1012.

Studies on citrazinic acid. Part n. Chem. Soc. Jl.,

65, 1894, 28-31.

See also Sell & Easterfield.
Easterfield, Thomas Hill, & Wilson, J[ames] Mitchell.

The river Aire : a study in river pollution. Chem. News,

62, 1890, 167-169.

Easterfield, Thomas Hill, & Wood, Thomas Barlow. The

constituents of Indian hemp resin. [1896.] Cambridge

Phil. Soc. Proc., 9, 1898, 144-148.
Easterfield, Thomas Hill, Wood, Thomas Barlow, &

Spivey, W. T. Newton. See Wood, Spivey & Easter-
field.
Bastes, Ernest J., & Ince, Walter H. Analysis of tumbeki.

Pharm. Jl., 16, 1886, 682-683.
Eastlake, Arthur W. Observations on petroleum in

eastern Europe, and the method of drilling for it. Fed.

Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 3, 1892, 693-726.
Eastlake, F. Warrington. Earthquakes in Japan. Nature,

30, 1884, 435.
Entomologia Hongkongensis. Eeport on the Lepi-

doptera of Hongkong. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1885,

81-88.
Eastlake, W. C. de Lano. The mamushi. Japan Asiat.

Soc. Trans., 13, 1886, 69-81.
Eastman, Charles E. Beitrage zur Kenritniss der Gattung

Oxyrhina, mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung von Oxy-

rhina Mantelli, Agassiz. [1895.] Palaeontographica, 41,

1894-95, 149-191.
Observations on the dorsal shields in the dinichthyids.

Amer. Geologist, 18, 1896, 222-223; Science, 4, 1896,

386.

Preliminary note on the relations of certain body-
plates in the dinichthyids. Amer. Jl. Sci., 2, 1896,

46-50.
Remarks on Petalodus alleghaniensis, Leidy. Jl.

Geol. (Chicago), 4, 1896, 174-176.
On the function and systematic importance of the

aptychus in ammonites. Science, 3, 1896, 751-752.
On Ctenacanthus spines from the Keokuk limestone

of Iowa. Amer. Jl. Sci., 4, 1897, 10-13.
Tamiobatis vetustus ; a new form of fossil skate.

Amer. Jl. Sci., 4, 1897, 85-90.

On the characters of Macropetalichthys. Amer.

Natlist., 31, 1897, 493-499.

On the relations of certain plates in the dinichthyids,

with descriptions of new species. [1897.] Harvard Mus.

Zool. Bull., 31, 1897-98, 19-44.
On the occurrence of fossil fishes in the Devonian of

Iowa. Iowa Geol. Surv. [Rep.], 7, 1897, 108-116.
Some new points in dinichthyid osteology. Amer.

Ass. Proc., 1898, 371-372; Amer. Natlist., 32, 1898, 747-

768.
AGASSIZ'S work on fossil fishes. Amer. Natlist., 32,

1898, 177-185.
Dentition of Devonian Ptyctodontidse. Amer. Natlist.,

32, 1898, 473-488, 545-560.
Discovery of a second specimen of the fossil egg of

Struthiolithus. Geol. Mag., 5, 1898, 434-439.

On remains of Struthiolithus chersonensis from

northern China, with remarks on the distribution of
struthious birds. [1898.] Harvard Mus. Zool. Bull.,
32, 1898-99, 127-144.

Jurassic fishes from Black Hills of South Dakota.

Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 10, 1899, 397-408.



Descriptions of new species of Diplodus teeth from the
Devonian of north-eastern Illinois. Jl. Geol. (Chicago),
7, 1899, 489-493.

Upper Devonian fish-fauna of Delaware county, New
York. N. Y. Mus. Rep., 51, 1899 (Vol. 2), 317-327.

KARPINSKY'S genus Helicoprion. Amer. Natlist., 34,



1900, 579-582.
Einige neue Notizen iiber Devonische Fischreste aus

der Eifel. Centrbl. Min., 1900, 177-178.
New fossil bird and fish remains from the Middle

Eocene of Wyoming. Geol. Mag., 7, 1900, 54-58.
Fossil lepidosteids from the Green River Shales of

Wyoming. [1900.] Harvard Mus. Zool. Bull., 86,

1900-01, 67-75.
Dentition of some Devonian fishes. Jl. Geol. (Chicago),

8, 1900, 32-41.
Eastman, II. I). Phalaropus lobatus off Scituate, Mass.

Auk, 8, 1891, 310.

Three birds rare in Framingham, Massachusetts.

Auk, 14, 1897, 327.

Eastman, John Robie. To reference in No. 5 (Vol. 9) add
Sidereal Messenger, 2, 1883-84, 182-188.

*[Le stelle cadenti del periodo di agosto 1871.]

Washington (Stati Uniti- America). Moncalieri Oss.
Bull., 6, 1871, 167-168.

*The Florida expedition for observation of the Transit

of Venus. [1883.] Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 6, 1884
(Smithsonian Miscell. Coll., 33, 1888, Art. 1), 21-24.

A new meteorite. [1884.] Amer. Jl. Sci., 28, 1884,

299-300 ; Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 7, 1885 (Smith-
sonian Miscell. Coll., 33, 1888, Art. 2), 32.

The relation between stellar magnitudes, distances

and motions. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1889, 71-73.

Some peculiarities in personal equation. [1888.]

Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 11, 1892, 515-516.

Assumption and fact in the theories of solar and

stellar proper motions. [1889.] Washington Phil. Soc.
Bull., 11, 1892, 143-171.

The progress of meteoric astronomy in America.

[1890.] Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 11, 1892, 275-357.

Address [to the Math. & Astrou. Sect.]. The neglected

field of fundamental astronomy. Amer. Ass. Proc. , 1892,
17-32.

The opposition of Mars in 1892. Astr. & Astrophys.,

11, 1892, 541-542.

The Second Washington Catalogue of Stars, together

with the annual results upon which it is based. The
whole derived from observations made at the U. S. Naval
Observatory, with the 8.5-inch transit circle, during the
years 1866 to 1891, and reduced to the epoch 1875.0.
U. S. Naval Obs. Obsns., 1892 (Append. 1), lxii + 287 pp.

Determination of the longitude and latitude of the

new Naval Observatory with reference to the position of
the old Observatory. Astr. & Astrophys., 12, 1893, 699-
701.

The Mexican meteorites. [1892.] Washington Phil.

Soc. Bull., 12, 1895, 39-51.

Discordances between the north-polar distances of

stars derived from direct and from reflection observa-
tions. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1898, 68; Astr. JL, 19, 1899,
173-178.

The treatment of results from reflection observations



at the Greenwich Observatory. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1898, 79.
Systematic corrections to observed north-polar dis-



tances deduced from reflection observations at Greenwich.
[1900.] Astr. Jl., 21, 1901, 1-8.
See also U. S. Naval Observatory.

Eastman, John Robie, & Hall, Asaph (jun.). Observa-
tions of comparison stars for Comet d 1889, made with
the transit-circle at the U. S. Naval Observatory. [1891.]
Astr. JL, 11, 1892, 33-34.

Easton, Burton Scott. The sun-dial of AHAZ. Popular
Astr., 7, 1899, 242-243.



Eastou]



765



[Eaton



Eastern, C. La Voie Lactee. [1893.] Amsterdam, Ak.

Versl., [2], 1894, 64-66.
The Great Nebula in Andromeda. Nature, 50 (1894),

547-548.
Over de verdeeling der sterren in een gedeelte van den

Melkweg. [1894.] Amsterdam, Ak. Versl., 3, 1895, 183-

188; Astr. Nachr., 137, 1895, 81-90.
On the distribution of the stars and the distance of

the Milky Way in Aquila and Cygnus. Astrophys. Jl.,

1, 1895, 216-221.
Over de groepeering van de sterren in den Melkweg.

[1897.] Amsterdam, Ak. Versl., 6, 1898, 381-394.
A new theory of the Milky Way. Astrophys. Jl., 12,

1900, 136-158.

Easton, G. W., & Dove, H. Stuart. See Dove & Eastern.
Easton, N. Wing. Geologisch onderzoek van den orntrek

der Brandewijnsbaai. Jaarb. Mijnw. Nederl. Ind., 18

(1889), [PL 1], 5 (bis)-23 (bis).
De vulkanen Sitong en Pando, ter westerafdeeling van

Borneo. Jaarb. Mijnw. Nederl. Ind., 18 (1889), [Ft. 1],

24 (bis)-51 (bis).

Een geologische verkenning in de Toba-Landen.

Bijdrage tot de geologie van Sumatra. Jaarb. Mijnw.
Nederl. Ind., 23 (1894), [Pt. 1], 99-163.

Het voorkomen van bismuth op het schiereiland

(Samosir Toba-Meer). Jaarb. Mijnw. Nederl. Ind., 23
(1894), [PL 2], 84-93.

Geologisch mijnbouwkundige opneming van een ge-
deelte der westerafdeeling van Borneo. Verslag No. 11.
[Verslag No. 12. Het voorkomen van koperertsen in den
omtrek van Mandor.] Jaarb. Mijnw. Nederl. lud., 23
(1894), [PL 2], 94-130; 28 (1899) (Pt. I), 143-167.

Eenige nadere opmerkingen aangaande de geologie

van het Toba-Meer en omgeving. Jaarb. Mijnw. Nederl.
Ind., 24 (1895), [Pt. 1], 149-157.

Een eenvoudige bepaling van de declinatie der magneet-

naald bij boussole-instrumenten voorzien van vertikaal-
cirkels. Jaarb. Mijnw. Nederl. Ind., 24 (1895), [Pt. 2],
5 (6i)-18 (bis).

Der Toba-See. Ein Beitrag zur Geologie von Nord-

Sumatra. Deutsch. Geol. Ges. Ztschr., 48, 1896, 435-
467.

Voorloopige mededeeling over de geologie van het

stroomgebied der Kapoeas-Bivier in de westerafdeeling
van Borneo. Amsterdam Nederl. Aardr. Genootsch.
Tijdschr., 16, 1899, 245-258; Scott. Geogr. Mag., 15,
1899, 484-486.

Eastwick, Abram T. The determination of sulfur in iron
and steel. Jl. Anal. Chem., 6, 1892, 245-247.

Eastwood, Alice. Two species of Aquilegia from the Upper
Sonoran zone of Colorado and Utah. California Ac.
Proc., 4, 1895, 559-562.

Observations on the habits of Nemophila. Erythea,

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