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779-782, 790-791.

Carswell, Thomas R. The action of iodine on phenols in
alkaline solutions, with special reference to their volu-
metric estimation. Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1892,
475-502.

On the action of iodine on some phenols and allied

compounds in presence of free alkali and a new class of
derivatives resulting therefrom. Chem. News, 68, 1893,
87-89, 99-100, 131-142, 153-155, 166-167, 181-183, 195-
196, 203, 214-216, 227-228. ,

Cart, [Edouard]. De 1'actinomycose. Arch. Ge"n. Med.,
173, 1894, 342-353.

Carta-Satta, C., & Minunni, Gaetano. See Minunni
& Carta-Satta.

Cartailhac, Emile. *[Cranes humains off rant des per-
forations anormales et variees.] [1883.] Toulouse Ac.
Sci. Mem., 6, 1884 (Sem. 1), 272-273.

Presentation d'un crane humain neolithique avec

trepanation cicatrised et perforation posthume. Ass.
Franc. C. R., 1884 (Pt. 1), 203.

[Sur des fragments de cranes humains et un debris de

poterie, contemporains de 1'Ursus spelseus. Reponse
a la note de MM. MARTEL et DE LAUNAY.] Paris, Ac. Sci.
C. R., 101, 1885, 1079-1080.

Ossements et squelettes humains dans les cavernes et

les stations Quaternaires. Rev. d'Anthrop., 1, 1886, 448-
470.

Les fouilles de M. Ed. PIETTE dans la grotte du Mas-

d'Azil (Ariege). Anthrop. (Paris), 2, 1891, 141-149.

L'age de la pierre en Afrique. Anthrop. (Paris), 3,

1892, 405-425.

.- Une vertebre lombaire penetree par une fleche de

. silex. Ass. Franc. C. R., 1892 (Pt. 1), 310.

La faucille de la fin de Page de la pierre. Paris, Ac.

Sci. C. R., 114, 1892, 692-694.

Indications bibliographiques



pour I'hiatoire des
premieres populations des Pyre"n6es. . Toulouse Soc.

. Hist. Nat. Bull., 1892, 13-42.

Quelques faits nouveaux du prehistoriqire ancien des

Pyrenees. Anthrop. (Paris), 5, 1894, 1-9; 7, 1896, 309-318.

Le Pithecanthropus erectus, de Java. Toulouse Soc.

Hist. Nat. Bull., 1896, vi-viii.



Cartailhac]



83



[Carter



. L'age de la pierre en Orient. Toulouse Soc. Hist. Nat.

Bull., 1897, 251.
Cartan, Elie. Ueber die einfachen Transformations-

gruppen. Leipzig Math. Phys. Ber. , 45, 1893, 395-420.
Sur la structure des groupes simples finis et continus.

Paris, Ac. Scu C. E., 116, 1893, 784-786, 962-964.

Sur la reduction de la structure d'un groupe a sa

. forme canonique. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. R., 119, 1894,

639-642.

Sur un th^oreme de M. BERTRAND. Paris, Ac. Sci.

. C. R., 119, 1894, 902; Paris, Soc. Math. Bull., 22, 1894,

230-234.
- Sur certains groupes alg^briques. Paris, Ac. Sci. C.

R., 120, 1895,544-548.
. Sur la reduction a sa forme canonique de la structure

d'un groupe de transformations fini et continu. Amer.

Jl. Math., 18, 1896, 1-61.
Le principe de dualite et certaines integrates multiples

de 1'espace tangentiel et de 1'espace r6gle. Paris, Soc.

Math. Bull., 24, 1896, 140-177.
Sur les systemes de nombres complexes. Paris, Ac.

Sci. C. R., 124, 1897, 1217-1220.
Sur les systemes rels de nombres complexes. Paris,

Ac. Sci. C. R., 124, 1897, 1296-1297.

Les groupes bilin^aires et les systemes de nombres

complexes. Toulouse Fac. Sci. Ann., 12, 1898, B,

99 pp.

Sur certaines expressions diff^rentielles et le probleme



de PFAFF. Paris, Ecole Norm. Ann., 16, 1899, 239-332.
Cartaud, G. Analisis micrografico de los aceros al carbono.

[2V.] Argentina Soc. Ci. An., 50, 1900, 181-186, 204-

208.

Cartaud, G., & Osmond, F. See Osmond & Cartaud.
Cartaz, A[dolphe]. De la paralysie faciale d'origine otique.

Ass. Fran?. C. R., 1896 (Pt. 2), 569-572.
Du .spasme cesophagien dans le cancer de Pestomac.

Ass., Fran?. C. R., 1898 (Pt. 2), 644-647.
. Elephantiasis du nez. Ass. Franc. C. R., 1899 (Pt. 2),

757-769.
Carter, [William]. [Seeds under growth.] Liverpool Lit.

Phil. Soc. Proc., 39, 1885, xlviii-1.
Carter, [Gilbert T.]. A journey in Benin. Geogr. Soc.

Proc., 14, 1892, 457-459.
Carter, . Ueber Plethysmographie des Herzens. Arch.

Anat. Physiol. (Physiol. Abth.), 1898, 530-531.
Carter, Alfred H[enry]. Pyrosis or waterbrash. Practi-
tioner, 44, 1890, 321-327.
Carter, Alice. Notes on pollination. Bot. Gaz., 17, 1892,

19-22.
Evolution in methods of pollination. Bot. Gaz., 17,

1892, 40-46, 72-78.
Carter, E. Tremlett. The magnetic circuit. Electrician,

25, 1890, 231-232.
, Water power. Elect. Rev., 31, 1892, 222-224, 253-

255, 283-285, 327-330, 358-360, 372-375, 402-404, 443-

446, 453-455, 484-486, 513-515, 540-541.
Gearing. Electrician, 29, 1892, 425-428, 453-455,

512-515, 559-561, 587-588, 641-643, 666-668, 692-693.
Energy as a fundamental idea. Elect. Rev., 32, 1893,

646-647.

Arc lighting. Elect. Rev., 32, 1893, 648-650, 677-

. 679, 708-710, 736-738, 764-766; 33, 1893, 4-6, 60-62,

116-118, 200-202, 365-368, 500-503, 549-551, 662-664;

34, 1894, 297-299, 452-454.
Thermal galvanometers. Electrician, 30, 1893, 680-

681.
Carter, Ernest Christison. The relative importance of the

minute histological features of the brain cortex in general

paralysis. Brain, 16, 1893, 393-404.
' A case of cylindroma of the brain, with remarks. Jl.

Path. Bact., 1, 1893, 384-388.
Carter, F. W. The scientific principles of public lighting

by arc lamps. Elect. Rev., 45, 1899, 994-995, 1034-1037.



On the photometry of arc lamps. Elect. Rev., 47

1900, 44-45, 120-121, 128-129, 197-198.

Note on air-gap and interpolar induction. Inst. Elect.
Engin. Jl., 29, 1900, 925-933.

Carter, (Rev.) Frederick B. Rhizopoda: their life-history
and classification. [1887.] Amer. Micr. Jl., 9, 1888
3-10.

Desmids: their life-history and their classification.
[1888.] Amer. Micr. JL, 10, 1889, 35-38, 73-79.

Diatoms : their life-history and their classification.
[1890.] Amer. Micr. JL, 11, 1890, 276-280; 12, 1891
1-6, 81-85, 97-101, 121-123.

Radiolaria: their life-history and their classification.
Amer. Micr. JL, 13, 1892, 63-64, 111-113, 143-145, 177-
180, 216-219, 257-259; 14, 1893, 69-72, 223-230, 305-
307; 15, 1894, 112-121, 381-384; 16, 1895, 81-85, 206-
213; 17, 1896, 19-25.

Radiolarian shale from Manitoba. Amer. Micr. JL,

15, 1894, 51-53.
[Radiolaria: new genera and species from Barbadoes.]

Amer. Micr. JL, 17, 1896, 25-26, 57-58, 62, 96-97, 98,

163-164, 241-242.
Carter, H. E., & Mclntosh, W. Page. See Mclntooh &

Carter.
Carter, H. R. P. Indian Solpugae or pseudo-spiders.

[1899.] Nature, 59 (1898-99), 342.
Carter, (Surg.-Gen.) H[enry] Vandyke. For biographical

notice see Indian Med. Gaz., 32, 1898, 224.

Note on the occurrence of a minute blood-spirillum in
an Indian rat. Med. Off. (India) Sci. Mem., 3, 1888,
45-48.

On the lately demonstrated blood-contamination and
infective disease of the rat and of equines in India. Med.
Off. (India) Sci. Mem., 3, 1888, 49-78.

Note on some aspects and relations of the blood-
organisms in ague. Med. Off, (India) Sci. Mem., 3,
1888, 139-167.

Carter, (Surg. -Maj. ) Henry J[ohn]. For biographical notice
and works see Roy. Soc. Proc., 58, 1895, liv-lvii.

Generic characters of the sponges in [his] "Contribu-
tions to our knowledge of the Spongida" (Annals, 1883,
Vol. 12, p. 308). Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 13, 1884, 129-
130.

Grantia ciliata, var. spinispiculum, Crtr. Ann. Mag.

Nat. Hist., 13, 1884, 153-163.

- The branched and unbranched forms of the freshwater
sponges considered generally. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 13,
1884, 269-273.

Note on the assumed relationship of Parkeria to
Stromatopora, and on a microscopic section of Stro-
matopora mamillata, Fr. Schmidt. Ann. Mag. Nat.
Hist., 13, 1884, 353-356.

On the Spongia coriacea of MONTAGU, = Leucosolenia
coriacea, Bk., together with a new variety of Leucosolenia
lacunosa, Bk., elucidating the spicular structure of some
of the fossil Calcispongiae ; followed by illustrations of
the pin -like spicules on Verticillites helvetica, De Loriol.
Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 14, 1884, 17-29.

Catalogue of marine sponges, collected by Mr. Jos.

WILLCOX, on the west coast of Florida. Philad. Ac.

Nat. Sci. Proc., 1884, 202-209.
Report on marine sponges obtained in the Ohan

dredging excursions of the Birmingham Natural History

and Microscopical Society in July 1881 and 1883. .[1884.]

Midland Natlist., 8, 1885, 7-10.
Note on Spongilla fragilis, Leidy, and a new species

of Spongilla from Nova Scotia. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist.,

15, 1885, 18-20.
'T" Descriptions of sponges from the neighbourhood of

Port Phillip Heads, South Australia. Ann. Mag. Nat.

Hist., 15, 1885, 107-117, 196-222, 301-321 ; 16, 1885,

277-294, 347-368; 17, 1886, 40-53, 112-127, 431-441,

502-516; 18,1886,34-55,126-149.

112



Carter]



84



[Carter



Mode of circulation in the Spongida. Ann. Mag.

Nat. Hist., 15, 1885, 117-122.
Report on a collection of marine sponges from Japan,

made by Dr. J. ANDERSON, F.E.S., Superintendent Indian

Museum, Calcutta. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 15, 1885, 387-

406.
On a variety of the freshwater sponge Meyenia

fluviatilis. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 15, 1885, 453-456.
On a variety of the freshwater sponge Meyenia

fluviatilis, auctt., from Florida. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist.,

16, 1885, 179-181.
Supplement to the descriptions of Mr. J. Bracebridge

WILSON'S Australian sponges. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. , 18,

1886, 271-290, 369-379, 445-466.

On the position of the ampullaceous sac and the

function of the water canal-system in the Spongida.
Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 19, 1887, 203-212.

Description of Chondrosia spurca, n. sp., from the

south coast of Australia. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 19,

1887, 286-288.

On the reproductive elements of the Spongida. Ann.

Mag. Nat. Hist., 19, 1887, 350-360.
On two new genera allied to Lof tusia, from the Kara-

koram Pass and the Cambridge Greensand respectively.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1, 1888, 172-184.
On the nature of the opaque scarlet spherules found

in the chambers and canals of many fossilized Foramini-

fera. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1, 1888, 264-270.
On the organic and inorganic changes of Parkeria,

together with further observations on the nature of the

opaque scarlet spherules in Foraminifera. Ann. Mag.

Nat Hist., 2, 1888, 45-55.
Description of a large variety of Orbitolites Mantelli,

Cart., from the west bank of the river Irrawadi, in the

province of Pegu, Burma, about 36 miles above Prome.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 2, 1888, 342-348.
On the foraminiferal genus Orbitoides of D'ORBIGNY.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 2, 1888, 439-450; 3, 1889, 210-214.
On some vertebrate remains in the Triassic strata of



the south coast of Devonshire between Budleigh Salter-
ton and Sidmouth. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 44, 1888, 318-
319.

Report on the marine sponges, chiefly from King

Island in the Mergui Archipelago, collected for the
Trustees of the Indian Museum, Calcutta, by Dr. John
ANDERSON, F.R.S., Superintendent of the Museum.
[1886.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Zool.), 21, 1889, 61-84.

Ramulina parasitica, a new species of fossil Foramini-
fera infesting Orbitolites Mantelli, var. Theobaldi, with
comparative observations on the process of reproduction
in the Mycetozoa, freshwater Rhizopoda, and Forami-
nifera. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 4, 1889, 94-101.

Sketch of the history of known fossil sponges in

relation to those of the present day. Ann. Mag. Nat.
Hist., 4, 1889, 280-290.

[Notes on the zoology of Fernando Noronha.] Pori-

fera. [1888.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Zool.), 20, 1890, 564-569.

Carter, (Surg.-Maj.) Henry J[ohn], & Hope, Robert. On
a new British ppecies of Microciona, Bk., in which the
ends of the tricurvate are spiniferous, etc. Ann. Mag.
Nat. Hist., 3, 1889, 99-106.

Carter, James. For biography and works see Geol. Mag. ,
2, 1895, 479-480 ; Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 52, 1896, Ixxi-
Ixxii.

On the decapod crustaceans of the Oxford clay. Geol.

Soc. Quart. Jl., 4"2, 1886, 542-559.

i On fossil isopods, with a description of a new species.
Geol. Mag., 6, 1889, 193-196.

A contribution to the palaeontology of the decapod

Crustacea of England. [1897.] [Posth,] Geol. Soc.
Quart. JL, 54, 1898, 15-44.

Carter, James T[homas~\. For biographical notice see
Glasgow Med. JL, 28, 1887, 367-369.



Seminal vesicles. Glasgow Med. JL, 27, 1887, 332-334.

Carter, James T[homas], & Hart, D[avid] Berry. See

Hart <& Carter.
Carter, Marion Hamilton. Chromogenic Bacteria. N. Y.

Med. JL, 59, 1894, 372.
DARWIN'S idea of mental development. [1898.] Amer.

Jl. Psychol., 9, 1897-98, 534-559.
ROMANES' idea of mental development. [1899.] Amer.

Jl. Psychol., 11, 1899-1900, 101-118.
Carter, Oscar C. S. On the detection of adulterations in

oils. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 22, 1885, 296-299; Amer.

Chem. JL, 7 (1885-86), 92-96.
A delicate test for antimony. Chem. News, 51 1885

267-268.

Artesian well in lowest Trias at Norristown.



Amer.
Phil. Soc. Proc., 29, 1891, 43-45.

Artesian well in Potsdam sandstone, in Montgomery



county, Pa. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 29, 1891, 47.
Artesian well of chalybeate water, in Chester valley

clays, near King of Prussia, Montgomery county, Pa.

Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 29, 1891, 47-48.
Artesian well in the mica schist of Philadelphia.

Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 29, 1891, 48-49.
Artesian well in mica schist, near Radnor, Delaware

county, Pa. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 29, 1891, 49.
Feldspar bed in Laurentian (?) gneiss. Amer. Phil.

Soc. Proc., 29, 1891, 49-50.
Artesian wells. Franklin Inst. JL, 136, 1893, 230-

239, 298-305.
Anthracite coal near Perkiomen Creek. Franklin

Inst. JL, 138, 1894, 152-156.
Drilling for oil and natural gas in the vicinity of

Philadelphia. Franklin Inst. JL, 138, 1894, 230-236.
A ferruginised tree. Franklin Inst. JL, 141, 1896,

227-229.

The upper Schuylkill river. Franklin Inst. JL, 144,



1897, 366-379.
Carter, Richard. For biography see Inst. Civ. Engin.

Proc., 123, 1896, 445-448; Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 13,

1899, 92-94.
On the mineral wells at Harrogate. [1884.] Yorks.

Geol. Soc. Proc., 8 (1882-84), 313-319.
Carter, Robert Brudenell. Civilisation and eyesight.

Nature, 31, 1885, 386-387.
Hints on vision-testing. [1885.] Anthrop. Inst. JL,

15, 1886, 121-127.
Case of complete recovery of vision in amaurosis

consecutive to malarial fever. Clin. Soc. Trans., 19,

1886, 116-119.
On retrobulbar incision of the optic nerve in cases of

swollen disc. [1887.] Brain, 10, 1888, 199-209.

Colour-blindness. [With discussion.] United Serv.



Inst. JL, 36, 1892, 983-1005.
Colour-vision and colour-blindness.



[1890.] Roy.
Inst. Proc., 13, 1893, 116-133.

Carter, Samuel. On the growth of antlers in the red-
deer as observed in confinement. Zoologist, 11, 1887,
321-326.

Carter, T., & Gardner, Walter M. See Gardner &
Carter.

Carter, T. Lane. Mr. W. A. CALDECOTT'S notes on dis-
crepancies in slimes treatment. S. Africa Chem. Metall.
Soc. JL, 1, 1898, 116-118.

A zinc process for precipitating gold from weak

solutions. [With discussion.] [1898.] S. Africa Chem.
Metall. Soc. Proc., 2 (1897-99), 440-449, 478-485, 516-
526, 531-541, 572-575, 580-594, 611-633.

Cyanide poisoning. S. Africa Chem. Metall. Soc. JL,

2, 1899, 168.

Carter, Thomas. Egging on the coast of Yorkshire.
Zoologist, 8, 1884, 438-448.

The parasitic phanerogams of Leicestershire. Mid-
land Natlist., 11, 1888, 268.



Carter]



85



[Camel



Phanerogamous parasites of Leicestershire. [1888.]



Leicester Soc. Trans., 1, 1889 (Pt. 10), 16-20.
Habitat. Leicester Soc. Trans., 4, 1898, 541.



Notes from Point Cloates, N. W. Australia. Zoologist,

4, 1900, 416-420.
Carter, Thomas, & Slater, (Rev.) Henry H. See Slater

& Carter.
Carter, Truman P. Formaldehyde as a killing and fixing

agent. Amer. Micr. Jl., 21, 1900, 93-96.
Carter, W[illiam], & Lawrence, William Trevor. The

hydroxyphenoxy- and phenylenedioxy-acetic acids.

Chem. Soc. JL, 77, 1900 (Pt. 2), 1222-1227.
Derivatives of ethyl a-methyl-/3-phenylcyanglutarate.

[1900.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 16, 1901, 178-180.
Carter, W. August. Le bar. [Tr.] [1888.] N. France

Soc. Linn. Bull., 9, 1888-89, 164-169.
Marine and freshwater fishes. [1888.] Croydon

Micr. Club Proc. & Trans., 3, 1892, Ixviii-lxx.
Carter, (Rev.) W. Lower. Atmospheric circulation. Leeds

GeoL Ass. Trans., 5, 1889, 38-40.
The geological history of England. [1891.]

Geol. Ass. Trans., 6, 1890-91, 59-64.
The life history of a volcano. [1891.]



Silbererzvorkommen von Tambang-Salida, Sumatra.
Ztschr. Prakt. Geol., 1895, 240-241.

Die Sandberger'sche Erzgangtheorie. Ztschr. Prakt.



Leeds



Leeds Geol.
Ass. Trans., 6, 1890-91, 65-70.

Excursion to Lowthorpe, [to Bretton Park, to Ingleton,

to Kildale in Cleveland, to Almes Cliff Crag, to Farnley,
to Upper Swaledale, to Calverley, to Scarborough, to
Leckby Carr, to York Dale and Sledmere, to Hardcastle
Crag, to Conisborough, to Micklefield, to Bokeby and the
Greta, to Dunford Bridge, to the Meanwood valley, to
Draughton, to Bipon, to Marsh Lane cutting, Leeds,
to Kirkby Moorside, to Bolton and Eastby, to Gisburn
and Sawley Abbey, to Wetherby, to Bombald's Moor, to
Pocklington, to Sedburgh]. Leeds Geol. Ass. Trans.,
6, 1890-91, 77-79, 79-80, 80-85, 85-87, 87-89, 89-93,
94-96, 96-100, 106-107, 109-111; 7, 1891-92, 58-59,
59-60, 60-61, 62-63, 70-72; 8, 1892-93, 84-85, 85-87,
89-90; 9, 1893-94, 65-67, 67, 68-70, 70-72, 72-74,
74-76, 76-78, 78, 81-83.

[Some impressions of a first visit to the Alps.]

[1892.] Leeds Geol. Ass. Trans., 7, 1891-92, 22-23.

A fine Carboniferous tree. [1892.] Leeds Geol. Ass.

Trans., 7, 1891-92, 51-52.

A peep into nature's sculpture gallery. [1893.] Leeds

Geol. Ass. Trans., 9, 1893-94, 12-17.

A walking tour in Cornwall. [1893.] Leeds Geol.

Ass. Trans., 9, 1893-94, 20-23.

Visit of the Council to Bev. H. CANHAM'S collection of

"Crag" fossils. Leeds Geol. Ass. Trans., 9, 1893-94,
78-80.

Ancient British volcanoes. [1894.] Leeds Geol. Ass.

Trans., 10, 1894-96, 5-8.

Notes on the field excursion for the examination of
the coast between Bridlington and Filey. [1894.] Yorks.
Geol. Soc. Proc., 12, 1895, 421-423.

A geological peep at Switzerland. [1897.] Leeds

Geol. Ass. Trans., 11, 1896-98, 10-13.

The building of a mountain chain. [1898.] Leeds

Geol. Ass. Trans., 11, 1896-98, 41-44.

Notes on the geology of Malham and Settle. [1896.]

Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 13, 1899, 241-247.

The underground waters of north-west Yorkshire.



Brit. Ass. Bep., 1900, 735-737.
Carter, William Allan. Notes on the early history of the

steam-engine and steam navigation. [1890.] Scott.

Soc. Arts Trans., 13, 1894, 15-48.

Carter, William S., & Wood, H. C. See Wood & Carter.
Carthaus, Emil. Mittheilungen iiber die Triasformation

im uordostlichen Westfalen und in einigen angrenzenden

Gebieten. Wiirzb. Phys. Med. Verb.., 19, 1886, (181)-

(249).
Malaiisch-ostindische Zinnerzlagerstatten. Ztschr.

Prakt. Geol., 1895, 30.



Geol., 1896, 107-112.
Beobachtungen auf Celebes und Sumatra. Briefliche

Mittheilung. [1900.] Leiden Geol. Beichsmus. Samml.,

6, 1899-1900, 246-249.
Cartier, [Felix], Marchal, C'//., & Fauconnet, /,. See

Fauconnet, Cartier & Marchal.
Cartier, Adrien [Marie]. Contribution a la geographic

medicale. Diego-Suarez. Climatologie et pathologic.

Arch. Med. Navale, 49, 1888, 401-419; 50, 1888, 166-

188, 286-302.
Cartier, Pierre, & Grandmaison, F[enuind] de. See

Grandmaison & Cartier.
Cartier, Robert. For biographical notice see Schweiz.

Natf. Ges. Verb., 1885-86, 152-155.
Carton, [L.]. [Lettres sur la Tunisie.] [1887-88.] Nord

Soc. Geol. Ann., 15, 1888, 40-50, 247-259.
Tunisie. Les megalithes de Bulla Begia, les aligne-

ments de la plaine de la Medjerdah et les sepultures du

Djebel Herrech. Anthrop. (Paris), 2, 1891, 1-16.
Climatologie et agriculture de 1'Afrique ancienne.

[1894.] Bone, Ac. Hippone Bull., 27, 1895, 1-45.

Historiens et physiciens (& propos de 1'etude de la
Climatologie de 1'Afrique ancienne). [1895.] Bone, Ac.
Hippone Bull., 28, 1896, 77-89.

Variations du regime des eaux dans 1'Afrique du

Nord. Nord Soc. G6ol. Ann., 24, 1896, 29-47.
Cartwright, Samuel A. For biographical notice see Med.-

Chir. Trans., 75, 1892, 19.
Cartwright, T. B. [A remarkable meteor.] Nature, 50

(1894), 475.
Carty, J. J., Hibbard, A. S., & Pickernell, F. A. See

Hibbard, Carty & Pickernell.
Caruana-O-atto, (conte) Alfredo. Beschreibung einer neuen

Alexia. Deutsch. Malakozool. Ges. Nachrbl., 22, 1890,

210-211.
Prima contribuzione alia fauna lepidotterologica del-

1' isola di Malta. Biv. Ital. Sci. Nat., Siena, 11, 1891,

63, 75-76, 94-97.
Dello stato presente delle nostre cognizioni sulla

vegetazione maltese. Congr. Bot. Int. Atti, 1892, 170-

178.
Carucci, Paolo. La grotta di Pertosa in provincia di

Salerno. Biv. Ital. Sci. Nat., Siena, 18, 1898 (Boll.),

130-133.
Caruel, Teodoro. For biography and list of works see

Firenze Ace. Georgofili Atti, 21, 1898, Ixii-lxiv; France

Soc. Bot. Bull., 45, 1898, 623-624; [Italia], Soc. Bot.

Bull., 1898, 253-272; 1899, 88; Malpighia, 12, 1898,

533-544; Napoli, Bend., 37, 1898, 439-441 ; Pisa Soc.

Tosc. Atti (Proc. Verb.), 11, 1897-98, 109-110; Coimbra,

Soc. Broter. Bol., 16, 1899, 222 ; Deutsch. Bot. Ges. Ber.,

17, 1899, (201)-(210); Jl. Bot., 37, 1899, 258-262.
Considerations generates sur le corps des plantes.

Ann. Sci. Nat. (Bot.), 17, 1884, 306-357.
Pensees sur la taxinomie botanique. [13. Ordres et

sous-ordres des Dicotyledones.] Engler, Bot. Jbiich., 5,

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