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them. [1887.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 19, 1889,

6-23.



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On cyclicants, or ternary reciprocants, and allied

functions. [1888.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 19, 1889,
377-405.

On projective cyclic concomitants, or surface dif-
ferential invariants. London Math. Soc. Proc. 20
1889, 131-160.

Note on the differential equation of a conic. Messenger
Math., 19, 1890, 5-7.

On differential expressions which persist in form after

the transformation

_1 _y'

Messenger Math., 19, 1890, 7-14.

On the interchange of the variables in certain* linear

differential operators. [1889.] Phil. Trans. (A), 181,

1891, 19-51.

On the reversion of partial differential expressions

with two independent and two dependent variables.
[1890.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 22, 1891, 79-104.

On the transformations used in connection with the

duality of differential equations. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1891,
568.

Note on a method of research for invariants. Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1891, 568.

Notes on dualistic differential transformations. London

Math. Soc. Proc., 23, 1892, 188-202.

A proof of the exactness of CAYLEY'S number of semin-
variants of a given type. London Math. Soc. Proc., 23,

1892, 298-304.

Some properties of homogeneous isobaric functions.

[1892.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 24, 1893, 21-36.
Formulae for linear substitution. Brit. Ass. Rep.,

1894, 581.

On the existence of a root of a rational integral

equation. London Math. Soc. Proc., 25, 1894, 173-184.

On the fact that seminvariants of a binary quantic

are invariants of that quantic and its derivatives.
Messenger Math., 23, 1894, 91-94.

On certain differential operators, and their use to

form a complete system of seminvariants of any degree,
or any weight. London Math. Soc. Proc., 26, 1895,
185-191.

Note on the linear factors of a quartic. Messenger

Math., 25, 1896, 170-173.

Note on a class of exact differential expressions.

Messenger Math., 25, 1896, 173-176.

An exhibition of the completeness of the systems of

four and five irreducible invariants of the binary quintic
and the binary sextic. Messenger Math., 26, 1897, 105-
118.

The transformation of linear partial differential

operators by extended linear continuous groups. Lon-
don Math. Soc. Proc., 29, 1898, 439-476.

Some simple properties of divisibility. Messenger

Math., 27, 1898, 12-15.

Some secondary needs and opportunities of English

mathematicians. [1898.] London Math. Soc. Proc., 30,
1899, 5-23.

Proof of a fundamental fact as to functions of differ-
ences. Messenger Math., 29, 1900, 180-184.

A simple proof of the reality of the roots of discrimi-
nating determinant equations, and of kindred facts.
Quart. Jl. Math., 31, 1900, 233-240.

Elliott, Ernest A. Notes on Pezomachus. Ent. Month.
Mag., 36, 1900, 147-149.

Elliott, Ernest A., & Morley, Claude. See Morley &
Elliott.

Elliott, F. W. [Remarks on nests of Vespa norvegica and
V. germanica.] Essex Natlist., 3, 1889, 87-88.

Effect of want of light (?) on colour of a frog. Essex

Natlist., 7, 1893, 24.

The existing trees and shrubs of Epping Forest.

Essex Natlist., 10, 1898, 377-387; 11, 1900, 55.



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Elliott, Geo. P. Red-tailed hawk.

Ornith. Ool., 11, 1886, 34-35.
Elliott, George R[pber(\. The pressure paralysis of POTT'S

disease. [1887.] N. Y. Med. Jl., 47, 1888, 589-596.
Elliott, Henry W. . The monk-seal of the West Indies,

Monachus tropicalis, Gray. Science, 3, 1884, 752-

753.
The destruction of carp by the musk rat (Fiber

zibethicus). Methods of trapping the rodent. U. S.

Fish Comm. Bull., 4, 1884, 296-297.
The cowbird (Molothrus ater) as a fly-destroyer. Auk,

6, 1889, 72.
Quiscalus quiscula aeneus killing and catching goldfish.

Auk, 7, 1890, 208-209.
Elliott, J. H. On a new proteid reaction. [1898.] Jl.

Physiol., 23, 1898-99, 296-300.
Elliott, J. Steele. Additional notes on the birds of Donegal.

Zoologist, 16, 1892, 128-131.
Observations on the fauna of St. Kilda. Zoologist, 19,

1895, 281-286.

Elliott, L. B. Notes on karyokinesis. [1892.] Iowa Univ.

Lab. Nat. Hist. Bull., 2, 1891-93, 175-177.
Elliott, Robert H. The value of plant-roots as tillers of

the soil. Agr. Soc. Jl., 8, 1897, 467-477.
Elliott, Stephen. For biographical notice see Garden &

Forest, 7, 1894, 201-202.
Elliott, W. M. Yellow fever in West Africa. [1899.] Jl.

Trop. Med. , 1, 1898-99, 317-319.
Elliott, W. R. [Earthquake shocks in Dominica, 1893.]

[1893.] Nature, 47 (1892-93), 562-563.
Elliott, Walter John. Action of chloroform and potassium

hydroxide on metamidobenzoic acid. Chem. Soc. Jl., 69,

1896, 1513-1518.

Action of chloroform and alkali hydroxides on the

nitrobenzoic acids. Chem. Soc. Jl., 73, 1898 (Ft. 1),
145-148, (Ft. 2), 1080.

Action of chloroform and potassium hydroxide on

o-aminobenzoic acid. Chem. Soc. JL, 77, 1900 (Ft. 1),



Ruhemann, Siegfried. See



See



213-216.
Elliott, Walter John, &

Ruhemann & Elliott.
Elliott, Walter John, & Stuart, Charles M[addock].

Stuart & Elliott.
Elliott, William Armstrong. Congenital malformations

and contractions of the hand and fingers, arising from

various causes. Dublin Jl. Med. Sci., 88, 1889, 193-206.
Ellis, Alexander J[ohn]. For biography and list of works

see London Math. Soc. Proc., 21, 1891, 457-461 ; Nature,

43, 1891, 20 ; Roy. Soc. Proc., 49, 1891, i-iv.
*[Mr. SANG'S seven-figure logarithms.] Inst. Act. Jl.,

17, 1873, 298.
*0n imparting Jhe elementary conceptions of number,

space, time, motion, and force. Educ. Times, 31, 1878,

301-306.
On measuring the vibratory periods of tuning-forks.

[1885.] Nature, 33, 1886, 54-56.
Ellis, Alexander J[phri], & Hipkins, Alfred James. Tono-

metrical observations on some existing non-harmonic

musical scales. Roy. Soc. Proc., 37, 1884, 368-385.
Ellis, C. E. Recent experiments in armour. Naval Archi-
tects Trans., 35, 1894, 215-231.
Ellis, C. Sordes. Works laboratory burette rack. Chem.

News, 81, 1900, 29-30.
Ellis, Calvin. For biography and list of works see Amer.

Ac. Proc., 19, 1884, 492-501.
Ellis, Charles J[ames]. On MAUMENE'S test for oils. Soc.

Chem. Ind. Jl., 5, 1886, 150-151, 361-362.
Notes on residual cyanide solutions, and a method of

examining them. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 16, 1897, 115-

120.
Notes on the testing of gold ores, etc., in relation to

their treatment by the cyanide process. Soc. Chem. Ind.

Jl., 17, 1898, 127-130.



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Ellis, Frank W. Keport on rivers and flood warnings.

[U. 8.] Chief Signal Off. Ann. Eep., 1887 (Pt. 1), 121-

127.

Ellis, Frank W. , & Lamar, W. H. See Lamar & Ellis.
Ellis, Fred W. Plethysmographic and vaso-motor experi-
ments with frogs. Jl. Physiol., 6, [1885], 437-459.
Description of a piston recorder for air connections.

Jl. Physiol., 7, [1886], 309-313.
The liquid piston recorder and the registration of its

movements by means of photography. Jl. Physiol., 7,

[1886], 314-315.
Irregular astigmatism due to the use of the microscope.

Arch. Ophthalm., 25, 1896, 287-290 ; Arch. Augenheilk.,

34, 1897, 253-255.
Ellis, Geo. E. R. Note on the use of potassium cyanide in

the estimation of copper. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 8, 1889,

686-687.
A hydrocarbon furnace for assaying, etc. Soc. Chem.

Ind. Jl., 8, 1889, 956-957.
Ellis, H. Bert. Analyses of two hundred cases of errors of

refraction. [1891.] N. Y. Med. JL, 55, 1892, 490-494.
Ellis, (Maj. ) H. Leslie. Notes of a recent visit to Peru and

Bolivia. Geogr. Soc. Proc., 12, 1890, 227-229.
Ellis, Havelock. Mescal: a new artificial paradise. [1898.]

Smithsonian Eep., 1897, 537-548.
Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall\. Remarkable fungus growth. Amer.

Natlist., 18, 1884, 72-73.

Notes on Fungi. Amer. Natlist., 18, 1884, 530-531,

721-722.

- Note on Sphaerella polystigma. Torrey, Bot. Club
Bull., 11, 1884, 120.

Microsphaera fulvofulcra, Cke. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885,

83.

Notes on Polyporus. Jl. Mycol., 2, 1886, 5-6.

Notes on some published species of Fungi. Jl. Mycol.,

2, 1886, 43-44.

Notes on Peziza. Jl. Mycol., 2, 1886, 44-47.

Uncinula polychaeta, B. & C. Jl. Mycol., 2, 1886,

52-53.

Phosphorescent Fungi. Jl. Mycol., 2, 1886, 70-71 ;

Eev. Mycol., 8, 1886, 189-190.

Terfezia leonis, Tul. Tuber niveum (Desf.). Jl.

Mycol., 3, 1887, 10.

Note. Authority in nomenclature. Jl. Mycol., 3,

1887, 33.

Trichothecium griseum, Ck. (Pyricularia, Sacc.). Jl.

Mycol., 3, 1887, 126, 138.

The genus Scleroderma in SACCARDO'S Sylloge. Jl.

Mycol., 5, 1889, 23-24.

- Triblidium rufulum (Sprenzel). Jl. Mycol., 5, 1889,
29-30.

Ophionectria Cockerelli, E. and E. [1892.] Jamaica

Inst. Jl., 1, 1894, 141-142.

A new fungus. Sphaerella zonata, E. & E., n. sp.

[1893.] Jamaica Inst. Jl., 1, 1894, 285.

Bagnisiella eutypoides, E. and E., n. sp. [1893.]

Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 382.

Descriptions of some new species of Fungi. [1893.]



Jl. Mycol., 7, 1894, 274-278.
Notes on some specimens of Pyrenomycetes in the

Schweinitz herbarium of the Academy. Philad. Ac. Nat.

Sci. Proc., 1895, 20-31.
Ellis, J[ob~\ B[icknall], & Anderson, Frederick] W. New

species of Montana Fungi. Bot. Gaz., 16, 1891, 45-49,

85-86.
A new Ustilago from Florida. JL Mycol., 6, 1891, 116-

117.
Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall], & Bartholomew, Elam. New

Kansas Fungi. Erythea, 4, 1896, 1-4, 23-29, 79-83,

200; 5, 1897, 47-51.
[Additions to the flora of Kansas, by B. B. SMYTH.]

Sphffiropsidae (dust fungi) . [1898.] Kan. Ac. Sci. Trans.,

16, 1899, 165-167.



Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall], & Dear ness, John. New species of
Canadian Fungi. Canad. Eec. Sci., 5, 1893, 266-272.
- New species of Canadian Fungi. [1897.] Canad.
Inst. Proc., 1, 1898, 89-93.

New species of Canadian Fungi. Canad. Inst. Trans.,



6, 1899, 637-640.

Ellis, J\pb~\ B\icknatt], & Everhart, Benjamin M. New
species of North American Fungi. Torrey Bot. Club
Bull., 11, 1884, 17-18, 41-42, 73-75.

Enumeration of the North American Cercosporae.

With descriptions of the species. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885,
17-24, 33-40, 49-56, [59], 61-67 ; 2, 1886, 1-2.

New Fungi. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885, 42-44.

On Eamularia obovata, Fckl. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885,

69-70.

North American species of Eamularia. With descrip-
tions of the species. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885, 73-83, 102.

Canadian Fungi. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885, 85-87, 119.

New species of Fungi. Jl. Mycol. , 1, 1885, 88-93.

The North American species of Glceosporium.



Mycol., 1, 1885, 109-119, 120, 131.

North American species of Cylindrosporium.



Jl.

Jl.
Mycol., 1, 1885, 126-128.

A new genus of Pyrenomycetes. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885,

128-129.

New species of Fungi from various localities. Jl.

Mycol., 1, 1885, 140-141, 148-154; 2, 1886, 11, 37-42,
87-89, 99-104, 106 ; 3, 1887, 34, 41-45, 116-118, 127-130,
138 ; 4, 1888, 9-10, 44-46, 49-59, 62-65, 71, 73-81, 83,
97-107, 113-118, 121-124, 132 ; 5, 1889, 180.

Synopsis of the North American Hypocreaceae, with

descriptions of the species. Jl. Mycol., 2, 1886, 28-31,
49-51, 61-69, 71, 73-80, 97-99, 109-111, 119, 121-125,
133-137 ; 3, 1887, 1-6, 113-116, 119.

Kellermannia, Ell. <& Evrht. Jl. Mycol., 2, 1886, 111.

Additions to Cercospora, Gkeosporium and Cylindro-
sporium. Jl. Mycol., 3, 1887, 13-22, 34; 4, 1888, 132.
New species of Ustilaginefe and Uredineae. Jl. Mycol.,

3, 1887, 55-57 ; 6, 1891, 118-121.

Synopsis of the North American species of Xylaria and

Poronia. Jl. Mycol., 3, 1887, 97-102, 109-113.
Additions to Eamularia and Cercospora. Jl. Mycol.,

4, 1888, 1-7, 83.

Synopsis of the North American species of Hypoxylon

and Nummularia. Jl. Mycol., 4, 1888, 38-44, 66-70, 83,
85-93, 109-113, 119; 5, 1889, 19-23.
- Some new species of hymenomycetous Fungi. Jl.
Mycol., 5, 1889, 24-29, 68-72, 180.
Mucronoporus, E. & E. Jl. Mycol., 5, 1889, 90-92.

New and rare species of North American Fungi

(Sphseropsidese). Jl. Mycol., 5, 1889, 145-157.

New North American Fungi. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci.

Proc., 1890, 219-249.

Mucronoporus Andersoni, n. s. [1890.] Jl. Mycol.,

6, 1891, 79.

Leptothyrium Perichymeni, Desm. Jl. Mycol. , 6, 1891,



116.



New species of Fungi from various localities. Philad.
Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1891, 76-93; 1893, 440-466; 1894,
322-386 ; 1895, 413-441.

Note sur un coprin scle"rotoide observe' a Montana.
[Tr.] Eev. Mycol., 13, 1891, 18-20.

New Californian Fungi. Erythea, 1, 1893, 145-147.
New West American Fungi. Erythea, 1, 1893, 197-
206 ; 2, 1894, 17-27, 203 ; 5, 1897, 5-7.

New species of North American Fungi from various
localities. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1893, 128-172.

New species of Fungi. [1892.] Jl. Mycol., 7, 1894,
130-135.

Descriptions of... new Fungi. [1893.] Jamaica
Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 220, 247-248.

Description of a new fungus. [1894.] Trinidad Field
Nat. Club Jl., 1, 1892-94, 312-313.



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- New species of Ustilagineae and Uredinese. Torrey

Bot. Club Bull., 22, 1895, 57-61.
New Fungi, mostly Uredinese and Ustilagineas from

various localities and a new Fomes from Alaska. Torrey

Bot. Club Bull., 22, 1895, 362-364.
New species of Fungi, [i. Sandwich Island Fungi.

ii. Florida Fungi, in. Mexican Fungi.] Torrey Bot.

Club Bull., 22, 1895, 434-440.

New species of Fungi from various localities. Amer.

Natlist., 31, 1897, 339-343, 426-430.

New species of Fungi from various localities. Torrey

Bot. Club Bull., 24, 1897, 125-137, 457-477; 25, 1898,
501-514.

New species of North American Fungi from various

localities. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 24, 1897, 277-292.

New species of tropical Fungi. [1896.] Iowa Univ.

Lab. Nat. Hist. Bull., 4, [1898], 67-72.
New species of Fungi from various localities with notes

on some published species. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 27,

1900, 49-64, 571-578.
Ellis, J[pb} B[icknall], & Galloway, Beverly T. New

Western Fungi. Jl. Mycol., 5, 1889, 65-68.

A new Mucronoporus. Jl. Mycol., 5, 1889, 141-142.

New species of Fungi. [1890.] Jl. Mycol., 6, 1891,

31-33.

Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall], & ZXalsted, Byron D. New Iowa

Fungi. Jl. Mycol., 4, 1888, 7-8.

New Fungi. [1890.] Jl. Mycol., 6, 1891, 33-35.

Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall], & Harkness, H. W. New Cali-

fornian Fungi. California Ac. Bull., 1, 1886 (No. 1,

1884), 26-29.
Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall], & Holway, E[dward] W[illet]

D[prlard~\. New Fungi from Iowa. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885,

4-6, 31, [59] ; 2, 1886, 52.

New Iowa Fungi. [1895.] Iowa Univ. Lab. Nat.

Hist. Bull., 3, 1894-96 (No. 3), 41-43.

Ellis', J[ob] B[icknall], & Kellerman, W. A. Kansas Fungi.

Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 11, 1884, 114-116, 121-123.
New Kansas- Fungi. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885, 2-4 ; 2, 1886,

3-4 ; 3, 1887, 102-105, 118, 119, 126-127 ; 4, 1888, 26-

27; 5, 1889, 142-144.

Two new species of Cyliirdrospofium. Jl. Mycol., 2,



1886, 81.
Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall], & Kelsey, F[rancis] D. New West

Indian Fungi. Torrey Bot. Club Bull. , 24, 1897, 207-

209.
Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall], & Langlois, (Vabbe) A. B. New

species of Louisiana Fungi. [1890.J Jl. Mycol., 6, 1891,

35-37.
Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall], & JVtacBride, Thomas Houston].

Nicaraguan Hymenomycetes. [1896.] Iowa Univ. Lab.

Nat. Hist. Bull., 3, 1894-96 (No. 4), 190-194.
Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall'], & Martin, George. New Florida

Fungi. Amer. Natlist., 18, 1884, 69-70, 188-190.
New species of North American Fungi. Amer. Natlist. ,

18, 1884, 1147-1148, 1264 ; 19, 1885, 76-77.
New Florida Fungi. Jl. Mycol., 1, 1885, 97-101, 119.

New Fungi. Jl. Mycol., 2, 1886, 128-130.

Ellis, J[ob] B[icknall\, & Tracy, S. M. A few new Fungi.
[1890.] Jl. Mycol., 6, 1891, 76-77.

New species of Uredinese. [1891.] Jl. Mycol., 7,
1894, 43.

Ellis, J. Bancroft. Injurious insects. [1899.] Leicester

Soc. Trans., 5 (1901), 200-201.
Ellis, J. D. Some experiments on the combination of

induced draught and hot air, applied to marine boilers

fitted with " serve" tubes and retarders. [1893.] Naval

Architects Trans., 35, 1894, 42-50.
Ellis, John. Focusing arrangement for photomicrography.

Micr. Soc. Jl., 1887, 1028.
Ellis, John W. Entomological localities near Liverpool.

[1886.] Ent. Month. Mag., 23, 1886-87, 57-63.
Keport on the Actiniaria of the L. M. B. C. district.



Liverpool Lit. Phil. Soc. Proc., 40, 1886 (Append., Liver-
pool Mar. Biol. Com. Rep., 1), 123-130.

Cylista coccinea, MiitL, an actiniarian new to Liverpool

Bay. [1887.] Liverpool Biol. Soc. Proc., 2, 1888, 72-73.

Notes on the Cooke collection of British Lepidoptera.

[1887.] Liverpool Lit. Phil. Soc. Proc., 42, 1888, 97-102.

The coleopterous fauna of the Liverpool district.

Liverpool Biol. Soc. Proc., 2, 1888, 182-220; 3, 1889,
46-77.

On the recent abundance of the madder hawk-moth

(Deilephila Galii). [1888.] Liverpool Lit. Phil. Soc.
Proc., 43, 1889, xliii-xlviii.

A contribution towards a coleopterous fauna of the

Isle of Man. [1893.] Yn Lioar Manninagh, 2, [18951,
45-46.

Ellis, R., Clarkson, R[obert] D[urward], & Rainy, Harry.
Experiments on the field of a Helmholtz tangent galva-
nometer. Edinb. Eoy. Soc. Proc., 13, 1886, 523-526.

Ellis, R. The term appendicitis, etc. N. Y. Med. Jl., 70,
1899, 90-92.

Ellis, Rolfe M[arsh], & Noyes, Arthur A[mos]. See Noyes &
Ellis.

Ellis, T. S. On some points in the surgical physiology of
the foot. Med.-Chir. Trans., 80, 1897, 171-190.

Ellis, Thomas Flower, & DXcKillop, John. See McKillop
& Ellis.

Ellis, W. G. P. A parasitic disease of Pellia epiphylla.
Brit. Ass. Rep., 1896, 1010-1011.

Fungi for class-demonstration. Ann. Bot., 11, 1897,

333-334.

A disease of tomatoes. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1897, 861.

On a Trichoderma parasitic on Pellia epiphylla.

[1897.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 33, 1897-98, 102-117.

A method of obtaining material for illustrating smut

in barley. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1898, 1045.
Ellis, W. Hodgson. Tannin in cloves. [1886.] Canad.

In st. Proc., 4, 1887, 214-215.

The analysis of milk. [1887.] Canada Roy. Soc.

Proc. & Trans., 5, 1888 (Sect. 3), 35-38.

Milk. [1890.] Canad. Rec. Sci., 4, 1891, 153-171.

Milk analysis. [1891.] Canad. Inst. Trans., 2, 1892,

35-36.
Official milk analysis in Canada. Amer. Chem. Soc.

Jl., 14, 1892, 363-368.

Analysis of some pre-Carboniferous coals. Chem.

News, 76, 1897, 186-188.

Ellis, W. Hodgson, & Lawson, William. Chemical notes
on the so-called Sudbury coal. [1897.] Canad. Inst.
Proc., 1, 1898, 67-68.

Ellis, William. *The new standard sidereal clock of the
Royal Observatory, Greenwich. Nature, 11, 1875, 431-433.

[The remarkable sunsets of 1883-84 in relation to

magnetism.] Nature, 29, 1884, 309.

The Prime Meridian Conference. [1884.] Nature, 31,

1885, 7-10.
Earthquakes and terrestrial magnetism. Nature, 31,

1885, 262.
Brief historical account of the barometer. Meteorol.

Soc. Quart. JL, 12, 1886, 131-171.

Solar halo with parhelia. Nature, 33, 1886, 535-536.

Address delivered at the anuual general meeting of

the Royal Meteorological Society, January 19th, 1887.

Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 13, 1887, 101-113.
On the constant P in observations of terrestrial mag-
netism. Nature, 36, 1887, 436.
Address delivered at the annual general meeting of the

Royal Meteorological Society, on January 18th, 1888.

Including a discussion of the Greenwich observations of

cloud during the seventy years ending 1887. Meteorol.

Soc. Quart. JL, 14, 1888, 173-196.

On the variation of the temperature of the air in

England during the period 1849-1888. Meteorol. Soc.
Quart. Jl., 15, 1889, 228-235.



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On the difference produced in the mean temperature

derived from daily maximum and minimum readings, as
depending on the time at which the thermometers are
read. Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 16, 1890, 213-218.

On the relative prevalence of different winds at the

Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 1841-1889. Meteorol.
Soc. Quart. Jl., 16, 1890, 221-224 ; 17, 1891, 258-260.

The relative prevalence of north-east and south-west

winds. Nature, 41, 1890, 586-587.

Observations at a distance. [1891.] Amer. Meteorol.

Jl., 8 (1891-92), 329.

On the mean temperature of the air at the Eoyal

Observatory, Greenwich, as deduced from the photographic
records for the forty years from 1849 to 1888. Meteorol.
Soc. Quart. Jl., 17, 1891, 233-240.

On the comparison of thermometrical observations

made in a Stevenson screen with corresponding obser-
vations made on the revolving stand at the Royal
Observatory, Greenwich. Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 17,
1891, 240-247.

Earth-currents and the electric railway. Nature, 44,

1891, 127-128.

On the diurnal variations of magnetic elements, as

depending on the method of tabulation. Phil. Mag., 31,
1891, 36-41.

The mean temperature of the air on each day of the

year at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, on the average
of the fifty years 1841 to 1890. Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl.,
18, 1892, 237-241.

On the simultaneity of magnetic variations at different

places on occasions of magnetic disturbance, and on' the
relation between magnetic and earth current phenomena.
[1892.] Roy. Soc. Proc., 52, 1893, 191-212.

On the relation between the duration of sunshine and

amount of cloud, and the height of the barometer, as
determined from observations made at the Royal Obser-
vatory, Greenwich, during the years 1877 to 1891.
Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl.', 19, 1893, 118-122.

The mean maximum and mean minimum temperature

of the air on each day of the year, at the Royal Observa-
tory, Greenwich, on the average of the fifty years 1841 to
1890. Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 19, 1893, 211-216.

Correlation of solar and magnetic phenomena. [1893.]

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Sunspots and air temperature. [1893-94.] Symons,

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