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Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 3, 1889, 156-161.

On additional evidence of the genus Ichthyosaurus in

the Mesozoic rocks ("Rolling Downs Formation") of
north-eastern Australia. [1888.] N. S. Wales Linn.
Soc. Proc., 3, 1889, 405-409.

On additional evidence of the occurrence of Plesio-

saurus in the Mesozoic rocks of Queensland. [1888.]
N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 3, 1889, 410-413.

Additions to the fossil flora of eastern Australia.

[1888.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 3, 1889, 1300-
1309.

The general zoology of Lord Howe Island. [Con-



taining also an account of the collections made by the
Australian Museum collecting party, Aug.-Sept., 1887.]
Sydney, Aust. Mus. Mem., 2, 1889, 1-42.

The physical and geological structure of Lord Howe

Island. Sydney, Aust. Mus. Mem., 2, 1889, 99-126.

On the occurrence of a coral, intermediate in its

structure, between the genera Lonsdaleia and Spongo-
phyllum, in the Upper (?) Palaeozoic rocks of New South
Wales. [1889.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 1,
1890, 22-26.

On further evidence of a large extinct struthious bird

(Dromornis, Owen), from the Post-Tertiary deposits of
Queensland. [1889.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records,
1, 1890, 126-136.

Remarks on a fern (Cyadopteris scolopendrina, Ratte),

from the Wianamatta Shales, near Sydney. [1889.]
N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 1, 1890, 145-146.



[Aboriginal drawings and rock-carvings.] [1889-94.]
N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 1, 1890, 146-148; 2,
1892, 26-35, 177-180 ; 4, 1896, 57-65.

Remarks on fossils of Permo-Carboniferous age, from
north-western Australia, in the Macleay Museum. [1889.]
N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 4, 1890, 199-214, [viii].

Note on the fructification of Phlebopteris aletho-
pteroides, Etheridge, Fil., from the Lower Mesozoic
beds of Queensland. [1889.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc.
Proc., 4, 1890, 625-626.

On the further structure of Conularia inornata, Dana,



and Hyolithes lanceolatus, Morris, sp., ( = Theca lanceo-
lata, Morris). [1889.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 4,

1890, 751-756.

On some Australian species of the family Archseo-

cyathinaa. [1889.] S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans., 13, 1890,
10-22.

On the occurrence of the genus Turrilepas, H. Woodw.,
and annelid jaws in the Upper Silurian (? Wenlock) rocks
of New South Wales. Geol. Mag., 7, 1890, 337-340.

On the occurrence of the genus Meiolania in the

Pliocene deep lead at Canadian, near Gulgong. N. S.
Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 1, 1890, 149-152.

Our present knowledge of the palaeontology of New

Guinea. N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 1, 1890,
172-179.

General notes made during a visit to Mount Sassa-
fras, Shoalhaven district, by Messrs R. ETHEEIDGE, Junr.,
and J. A. THORPE. [1890.] Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records,
1, 1890-91, 17-26.

Notes on Australian aboriginal stone weapons and

implements. [1890-93.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc.,
5, 1891, 251-258, 289-293, 367-372, [viii] ; 6, 1892, 31-
43, 357-380; 8, 1894, 295-299.

Has man a geological history in Australia? [1890.]

N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 5, 1891, 259-266.

A large Equisetum from the Hawkesbury Sandstone.

[1890.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 5, 1891, 445-448.

Description of Upper Silurian fossils from the Lilydale

Limestone, Upper Yarra district, Victoria. Sydney, Aust.
Mus. Records, 1, 1890-91, 60-67, 125-130.

A much thickened variety of Bulimus bivaricosus,
Gaskoin, from Lord Howe Is. [1891.] Sydney, Aust.
Mus. Records, 1, 1890-91, 130-134.

Notes on "rock- shelters," or " gibba-gunyahs," at
Deewhy lagoon. [1891.] Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records,
1, 1890-91, 171-174.

On the occurrence of the genus Palaaster in the

Upper Silurian rocks of Victoria. [1891.] Sydney,
Aust. Mus. Records, 1, 1890-91, 199-200.

The operculate Madreporaria Rugosa of New South

Wales. [1891.] Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records, 1, 1890-
91, 201-205.

The discovery of the skeleton of a Thylacine in the

Jenolan caves. [1892.] N. S. Wales Dept. Mines Rep.,

1891, 269.

On the occurrence of the genus Tryplasma, Lonsdale

(Pholidophyllum, Lindstrom), and another coral appa-
rently referable to Diphyphyllum, Lonsdale, in the Upper
Silurian and Devonian rocks respectively, of N. S. Wales.
[1890.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 2, 1892,
15-21.

On some beautifully-formed stone spear-heads, from

Kimberley, north-west Australia. [1890.] N. S. Wales
Geol. Surv. Records, 2, 1892, 61-65.

Note on the occurrence of fish-remains in the rocks

of the Drummond Range, Central Queensland. [1890.]
N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 2, 1892, 71-72.

Descriptions of two undescribed univalves from the

Carboniferous rocks of New South Wales. [1890.]
N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 2, 1892, 81-83.

On the occurrence of microscopic fungi, allied to the

genus Palceachlya, Duncan, in the Permo-Carboniferous



Etheridg-e]

rocks of N. S. Wales and Queensland. [1891.] N. S.

Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 2, 1892, 95-99.
Lepidodendron australe, M'Coy. Its synonyms and

range in eastern Australia. [1891.] N. S. Wales Geol.

Surv. Records, 2, 1892, 119-134.
[Boomerangs.] [1891-98.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc.

Proc., 6, 1892, 699-702; 7, 1893, 170-173, 399-402; 8,

1894, 300-302; 9, 1895, 193-200; 21, 1896, 14-22; 22,

1898, 260-262; 23, 1898, 701-704.
A monograph of the Carboniferous and Permo-

Carboniferous Invertebrata of New South Wales. Part i.

Coelenterata. Part n. Echinodermata, Annelida, and

Crustacea. N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Mem. (Palceont.), 5

(Pts. 1 & 2), 1891-92, 131 pp.
Descriptions of four Madreporaria Rugosa species of

the genera Phillipsastraaa, Heliophyllurn, and Cyatho-

phyllutn from the Palaeozoic rocks of N. S. Wales.

N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 2, 1892, 165-174.
[Note on a decapodous Crustacean, Prosopon Ethe-

ridgei, H. Woodw., from the Cretaceous of Queensland,

by Henry WOODWARD.] Appendix. Note on Queensland

Cretaceous Crustacea. [1892.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc.

Proc., 7, 1893, 305-306.
On Leaia Mitchelli, Etheridge, Fit., from the Upper

Coal Measures of the Newcastle district. [1892.] N. S.

Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 7, 1893, 307-310.
A description of some of the implements and weapons,

of the Alligator tribe, Port Essington, north Australia.

N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. (Macleay Mem. Vol.), 1893,

228-251.
The "mirrn-yong" heaps at the north-west bend of

the river Murray. S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans., 17, 1893,

21-24.
On further traces of Meiolania in N. S. Wales.

[1893.] Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records, 2, 1892-96, 39-41.
Geological and ethnological observations made in the

valley of the Wollondilly river, at its junction with the

Nattai river, Counties Camden and Westmoreland.

[1893.] Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records, 2, 1892-96, 46-

54.
On the occurrence of beekite in connection with

"fossil organic remains," in N. S. Wales. [1893.]

Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records, 2, 1892-96, 74-76.
Hymenocaris Salteri, M'Coy, m.s~. [1892.] N. S.

Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 3, 1894, 5-8.
Notes made at the Kybean caves, parish of Throsby,

county of Beresford, in October, 1890, by W. S. LEIGH

and R. ETHEEIDGE, Junr. [1892.] N. S. Wales Geol.

Surv. Records, 3, 1894, 21-24.
[Idiographica drawings and carvings of the aborigines.]

[1892-98.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 3, 1894,

33-37, 80-85.
The caves at Goodravale, Goodradigbee river. [1892.]

N. S. Wales 1 Geol. Surv. Records, 3, 1894, 37-44.
The Pentameridse of New South Wales. [1892.]

N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 3, 1894, 49-60.
Report on a visit to the Narrangullen, or Cavan Cave,

Taemas, Murrumbidgee river. [1892.] N. S. Wales

Geol. Surv. Records, 3, 1894, 68-70.
On the occurrence of a plant, allied to Schizoneura,

in the Hawkesbury Sandstone. [1893.] N. S. Wales

Geol. Surv. Records, 3, 1894, 74-77.
The Australian geological record for the year 1891.

[1893.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 3, 1894,

86-109.
On the occurrence of Trigonia semiundulata, McCoy,

in New South Wales, and its significance. [1893.]

N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 3, 1894, 115-117.
Note on an aboriginal skull from a cave at Bungonia.

[1893.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 3, 1894,

128-132.

An operculum from the Lilydale Limestone. [1893.]

Victoria Roy. Soc. Proc., 6, 1894, 150-155.



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[Etheridge



The largest Australian trilobite hitherto discovered.
[1893.] Victoria Roy. Soc. Proc., 6, 1894, 189-
194.



On the mode of attachment of the leaves or fronds to
the caudex in Glossopteris ; with remarks on the relation
of the genus to its allies. [1894.] N. S.- Wales Linn.
Soc. Proc., 9, 1895, 228-249, 257-258.

On five interesting shields from northern Queensland,



with an enumeration of the figured types of Australian

shields. [1894.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 9, 1895,

506-517.

Additional notes on the palaeontology of Queensland.

Part i. Palasozoic. [1894.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc.

Proc., 9, 1895, 518-539.
The kuditcha shoes of Central Australia. [1894.]

N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 9, 1895, 544-550.
Contributions to a catalogue of works, reports, and

papers on the anthropology, ethnology, and geological

history of the Australian and Tasmanian aborigines.

N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Mem. (Palceont.), 8, [1895],

vii + 31 + vii + 49 + vii + 40 pp.

Additional plant remains from the Leigh Creek coal-
field, central Australia. S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans., 19,

1895, 138-145.
Description of a proposed new genus of rugose coral

(Mucophyllum). [1894.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv.

Records, 4, 1896, 11-18.
On the occurrence of a Pteronites (P. Pittmani,

sp. nov.) in the Spirifer Sandstone of Warrawang, or

Mount Lambie, near Rydal. [1894.] N. S. Wales Geol.

Surv. Records, 4, 1896, 28-29.
Palaeontologia Novas Cambria Meridionalis. Occasional

descriptions of New South Wales fossils, [Nos. 1-3].

[1894-98.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 4, 1896,

32-37; 5, 1898, 14-18, 175-179.

On the occurrence of an Oleandridium in the Hawkes-
bury Sandstone series. [1894.] N. S. Wales Geol.

Surv. Records, 4, 1896, 49-51.

On the occurrence of a Stromatoporoid allied to



Labechia and Rosenella, in the Siluro-Devonian rocks
of N. S. Wales. [1895.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv.
Records, 4, 1896, 134-140.

On the occurrence of a plant in the Newcastle or
Upper Coal-Measures possessing characters both of the
genera Phyllotheca, Brong., and Cingularia, Weiss.
[1895.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 4, 1896,
148-154.

An undescribed coral from the Wellington Limestone,
N. S. Wales. [1895.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records,
4, 1896, 160-162.

Evidence of the existence of a Cambrian fauna in
Victoria. [1895.] Victoria Roy. Soc. Proc., 8, 1896,
52-64.

Description of a small collection of Tasmanian
Silurian fossils presented to the Australian Museum by
Mr. A. MONTGOMERY, M.A., Government Geologist,
Tasmania. Tasmania Roy. Soc. Proc., 1896, 29-46.

On circular and spiral incised ornament on Australian
aboriginal implements and weapons. [1897.] Sydney,
Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 1-6.

[Spears with incised ornament.] [1897-1900.] Sydney,



Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 6-7, 176-177.

An Actinoceras from north-west Australia. [1897.]
Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 7-9.

The discovery of bones at Cunningham Creek, near
Harden, N. S. Wales. [1897.] Sydney, Aust. Mus.
Records, 3, 1897-1900, 9-10.

An Australian Sauropterygian (Cimoliosaurus) con-
verted into precious opal. [1897.] Sydney, Aust. Mus.
Records, 3, 1897-1900, 19-29.

On the occurrence of the genus Columnaria in the
Upper Silurian rocks of New South Wales. [1897.]
Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 30-33.



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On a precaudal vertebra of Ichthyosaurus australis,

McCoy. [1897.] Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-
1900, 66-68.

The generic relations of Spirifera exsuperans, De

Koninck. [1897.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Eecords, 5,

1898, 43-48.

On the occurrence of the genus Chelodes, Davidson

and King, in the Upper Silurian of New South Wales.

[1897.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 5, 1898,

67-70.
A further Cambrian Trilobite from York Peninsula.

[1897.] S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans., 22, 1898, 1-3.
A new form of Syringopora, allied to Syringopora

tabulata, Van Cleve. N. y. Wales Geol. Surv. Records,

5, 1898, 149-153.
New or little known Lower Palaeozoic Gasteropoda

in the collection of the Australian Museum. [1898.]

Sydney, Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 71-77.
Halysites in New South Wales. [1898.] Sydney,

Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 78-80.
On two additional perforating bodies, believed to be

thallophytic cryptogams, from the Lower Palaeozoic

rocks of N. S. Wales. [1899.] Sydney, Aust. Mus.

Becords, 3, 1897-1900, 121-127.
On the occurrence of a starfish in the Upper Silurian

series of Bowning, N. S. Wales. [1899.] Sydney,

Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 128-129.
On a fern (Blechnoxylon talbragarense), with secondary

wood, forming a new genus, from the Coal Measures of

the Talbragar district, New South Wales. [1899.] Sydney,

Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 135-147.
Palaeopede Whiteleggei, Eth. fil. [1899.] Sydney,

Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 166.
A Tasmanian species of Halysites. [1899.] Tasmania

Roy. Soc. Proc., 1898-99, 81-84.
Report on fossils from Cooper's Creek, Thompson

River, Walhalla ; [from Whittlesea district, and from

Mitchelldale]. Victoria Geol. Surv. Monthly Rep., 3,

1899, 23-24.

The "spear-becket," or "doigtier" of New Caledonia,

the New Hebrides and other Pacific islands. [1899.]
N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 24, 1900, 271-282,
427-428.

Contributions from the Australian Museum. The

"widow's cap" of the Australian aborigines. [1899.]
N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 24, 1900, 333-345.

Little known and uudescribed Permo-Carboniferous

Pelecypoda in the Australian Museum. [1900.] Sydney,
Aust. Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 178-187.

Phyllotheca and Cingularia. [1900.] Sydney, Aust.

Mus. Records, 3, 1897-1900, 219-220.

Descriptions of new or little known Victorian Palaeo-
zoic and Mesozoic fossils, No. II. Victoria Geol. Surv.
Monthly Rep., 11, 1900, 22-24.

On the occurrence of the genus Endophyllum, Ed.

and H. (emend. Schliiter), in the Lower Palaeozoic rocks
of N. S. Wales. [1898.] N. S. Wales Geol. Surv.
Records, 6, 1901, 43-46.

On the corals of the Tamworth district, chiefly from

the Moore Creek and Woolomol limestones. [1899.]
N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Records, 6, 1901, [viii], 151-
182.

Etheridge, Robert (jun.), & David, T. W. Edgeworth.
See David & Etheridge.

Etheridge, Robert (jun.), & Dun, W. S. The Australian
geological record lor the [years 1892-97] with addenda
for the year 1891. [1893-99.] N. S. Wales Geol.
Surv. Records, 3, 1894, 132-153; 4, 1896, 68-99, 168-
198; 5, 1898, ix, 87-111, 183-203; 6, 1901, 118-
150.

On the structure and mode of preservation of Recep-

taculites australis, S alter. [1898.] N. S. Wales Geol.
Surv. Records, 6, 1901, 62-75.



Etheridge, Robert (jun.), & Foord, Arthur H. Descrip-
tions of Palaeozoic corals in the collections of the British
Museum (Nat. Hist.). Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 13, 1884,
472-476; 14, 1884, 314-317.

On two species of Alveolites and one of Amplexopora

from the Devonian rocks of northern Queensland. Ann.
Mag. Nat. Hist., 14, 1884, 175-179.

- Note on Laceripora cribrosa, Eichwald. Ann. Mag.
Nat. Hist., 16, 1885, 385-386.

Etheridge, Robert (jun.), & Leigh, W. S. See Leigh &
Etheridge.

Etheridge, Robert (jun.), & Mitchell, John. On the
identity of Bronteus Partschi, De Koninck (non Barrande),
from the Upper Silurian rocks of New South Wales.
[1890.] N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 5, 1891, 501-504.

The Silurian trilobites of New South Wales, with

references to those of other parts of Australia. [1891-96.]
N. S. Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 6, 1892, 311-320; 8, 1894,
169-178; 10, 1896, 486-511; 21, 1896, 694-721.

Etheridge, Robert (jun.), & Nicholson, H[enry] Alleyne.
See Nicholson & Etheridge.

Etheridge, Robert (jun.), & Olliff, Arthur Sidney. The
Mesozoic and Tertiary insects of New South Wales.
N. S. Wales Geol. Surv. Mem. (Palceont.), 7, 1890,
xi + 13 pp.

Etheridge, Robert (jun.), & Woodward, Arthur Smith.
On the occurrence of the genus Belonostomus in the
Rolling Downs Formation (Cretaceous) of central Queens-
land. Victoria Roy. Soc. Trans., 2 (Pt. 2), 1892, 1-7.

Etheridge, Robert (jun.), David, T. W. Edgeworth, &
Grimshaw, J. W. On the occurrence of a submerged
forest, with remains of the dugong, at Shea's Creek,
near Sydney. [1896.] N. S. Wales Roy. Soc. Jl., 30,
1897, 158-185.

Etienne, E. [Meteorological observations at Banana,
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Etienne, Emil, & Venator, Wilhelm. See Venator &
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Etienne, G. Note sur la presence du Trichostomum
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Compte reudu de 1'excursion de Rouen a Gournay, le

dimanche 15 septembre 1895. Rouen Soc. Sci. Bull.,
1895, 153-157.

Etienne, Georges. Note sur une modification de la
coagulation du lait par le coli-bacille. Paris, Soc. Biol.
Mem., 46, 1894 (C. R.), 44.

Action de quelques microbes sur la substance
glycogene. Paris, Soc. Biol. M4m., 46, 1894 (C. R.),
750-752.

D'une forme de pyosepticemie me'dicale staphylo-

coccique primitive generate. Staphylococcie g^n^rale
sans manifestation viscerale ni localisation dominante.
Arch. Ge"n. M6d., 176, 1895, 385-393.

Le pneumo-bacille de FBIEDLANDER. Son role en
pathologic. Arch. Me"d. Exper., 7, 1895, 124-157.

Note sur les streptocoques d^colorables par la me'thode

de GRAM. Arch. Me'd. Expe"r., 7, 1895, 503-506.
Forme pyoseptice' mique du cancer du canal cystique :

ictere ; obturation du canal chole'doque par un ascaride ;

cholecystite suppure'e paracolibacillaire. Arch. G4n.

Me'd., 178, 1896, 284-290.

Des ane'vrysmes dans leurs rapports avec la syphilis.
Ann. de Dermatol., 8, 1897, 1-38.

La mortality infantile dans les families des ouvrieres

a la manufacture de tabacs de Nancy. Ann. Hyg. Publ.,

37, 1897, 526-536.
Des endocardites dans la tuberculose et en particulier

des endocardites a bacilles de KOCH. Arch. M<'-d. Expe"r.,

10, 1898, 146-159.

Des pancre"atites suppure"es. Arch. Me'd. Expe"r., 10,



1898, 177-213.



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Pronostic des pyoseptice"mies a staphylocoques. Arch.

Gen. MM., 184, 1899, 421-424.

Formation autonome de substance agglutinante par

1'organisme total au cours d'une fievre typhoi'de mater-
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860 r 862.

Epidemic de fievre typhoi'de de'veloppe'e a Nancy dans

le r6seau de distribution de 1'eau des sources de Boudon-
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Hyg, Publ., 43, 1900, 247-253.

Evolution de la fievre typho'ide dans le cours de -la

syphilis active. Arch. Ge'n. Me"d., 186, 1900, 284-295.

Manifestations pyosepticemiques consecutives aux

cancers. Congr. Int. Med. C. R., 1900 (Vol. 2), 62-84.

Etienne, Georges, & Jirov, . Deux cas de pleuresie

purulente & microbes fluorescents. Jl. Physiol. Path.

Ge'n., 1, 1899, 817-825.
Etienne, Georges, & Spillmann, Paul. See Spillmann

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Etievant, J. Acide tartrique falsifie' avec 1'alun. Ann.

Chim. Anal., 2, 1897, 163.
Etlin, E. Ueber Obwalden. [Eroffnungsrede.] Schweiz.

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Etna, Donato. Bolide del 27 maggio [1892, Vinadio

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Ber., 23, 1890 (Ref.), 910-913.
Ueber das Verhalten von Tannin und Eichenrinde-

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Ges. Ber., 17, 1884, 1820-1823.
Ueber das Vorkommen des Kino'ins im malabarischen

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Zur Chemie der Gerbsauren. (i. Abhandlung.)

Wien, Ak. Sber., 98, 1890 (Abth. 26), 636-653; Mhefte.

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Ettingshausen, Albert von. * Ueber die zeitliche Verande-

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Ueber Secundar-Elemente (Accumulatoren). Steier-

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Ueber die Inductionswage von HUGHES. Steiermark

Mitth., 1885, xlv-xlvi.

Kabeltelegraphie. Steiermark Mitth., 1886, 1-liv.

[Ueber Warmestrahlung, insbesondere iiber jene der

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Ueber die Messung der Hall'schen Wirkung mit dem

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1887 (Abth. 2), 808-833.
Ueber eine neue polare Wirkung des Magnetismus

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[1887.] Ann. Phys. Chem., 31, 1887, 737-759; 33,

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Die Widerstandsveranderungen von Wismuth, Antimon

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Ueber die Aenderung der thermischen Leitungsfahig-

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[Ueber die Deviation der Isothermen im Wismuth.]

Wien, Anz., 24, 1887, 237 (bis)-23S (bis).
Absolute diamagnetische Bestimmungen. [1887-88.]

Wien, Ak. Sber., 96, 1888 (Abth. 2), 777-786; Exner,

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Ueber den Einfluss magnetischer Krafte auf die Art

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Ueber elektrische Kraftiibertragung. Steiermark

Mitth., 1891, 1-li.

[Ueber Transformatoren.]



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Mitth., 1893, lii-liii.
Ueber die interessanten X-Strahlen. Steiermark



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