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Notes on some injurious fungi of California. Amer.

Ass. Proc., 1885, 300-303; [Amer.] Soc. Agr. Soi. Proc.,
1885, 29-31; Bot. Gaz., 9 & 10, 1884-85, 346-348.

Notes on Fungi. [1885-89.] Bot. Gaz., 9 & 10,

. 1884-85, 219-221 ; 14, 1889, 187-190.

The Synchytria of the United States. [1885.] Bot.

Gaz., 9 & 10, 1884-85, 235-245.

A new locality for Nelumbium. Torrey Bot. Club

Bull., 12, 1885, 40-41.

Notes on Arctic Algae ; based principally on collections
made at Ungava Bay by Mr. L. M. TURNER. Amer. Ac.
Proc., 21, 1886, 469-477.

The development of the Gymnosporangia of the

United States. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1886, 254; Bot. Gaz.,
11, 1886, 234-241.



Bot. Gaz., 11, 1886, 189-190.

Puccinia Malvacearum, Mont.,



in Massachusetts.
Bot. Gaz., 11, 1886, 309-310.

Notes on a fungus parasitic on species of Potamogeton.
[1884.] Ottawa Field-Nat. Club Trans., 2, [1887],
127-129.

Address [to the Biol. Sect.]. Vegetable parasites and

evolution. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1887, 233-249.
Apical growth in Fucus. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1887,

271.
2Ecidium on Juniperus virginiana. Amer. Ass. Proc.,

1887, 271; Bot. Gaz., 12, 1887, 205-207.
Vegetable parasites and evolution. Bot. Gaz., 12,

1887, 173-189.
Vegetable parasites of codfish. U. S. Fish. Comm.

Bull., 6, 1887, 1-4.

Notes on fungus diseases in Massachusetts in 1888.
[Amer.] Soc. Agr. Sci. Proc., 1888, 25-26.

Apospory in Pteris aquilina. [1888.] Ann. Bot., 2,



1888-89, 383-385.

Tubercles on leguminous roots.



1888, 135.

Fungus diseases of insects.
1888, 159.

Siphoptychium Casparyi,



Garden & Forest, 1,
Garden & Forest, 1,

Rfski. Jl. Mycol., 4,

1888, 82.
[An enumeration of the plants collected by Dr. H. H.

RUSBY in South America, 1885-86.] Algae. Fungi.

Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 15, 1888, 183-184.
Leaf spots of green-house plants. Garden & Forest,

2, 1889, 66.
- On some new or imperfectly known Algaa of the

United States. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 16, 1889, 1-12.
Curious case of germination in Citrus decumana.

Bot. Gaz., 16, 1891, 179-180.
Notes on collections of cryptogams from the higher

mountains of New England. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist.

Proc., 25, 1892, 387-391.

White huckleberries. [Amer.] Soc. Agr. Sci. Proc.,



1893, 44-46; Garden & Forest, 6, 1893, 363.

Notes on some Algae in the herbarium of the Long

Island Historical Society. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 20,

1893, 107-109.

Notes for mushroom-eaters. Garden & Forest, 7,

1894, 32-33, 43-44, 52-53, 63-64, 72-73,. 82-83.
Note on Agaricus amygdalinus, M. A. Curtis. [1894.]

Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc., 26, 1895, 356-358.

Mimicry of fungi in insects. Bot. Gaz., 20, 1895,



547-548.
Some edible and poisonous fungi. U. S. Dept. Agr.

Yearb. , 1897, 453-470.
Address [to the Bot. Sect.]. The conception of species

as affected by recent investigations, on Fungi. Amer.

Ass. Proc., 1898, 383-402.

Three undescribed Californian Algae. Erythea, 7,



1899, 73-76.

Poisoning by Agaricus illudens.



Rhodora, 1, 1899,

43-45.
Farmakovskij, Nikolaj. ^eni H31 KOpH OCIIHH.

[Stir le goudron de 1'ecorce de Populus tremula.] Russ.

Phys.-Chem. Soc. Jl., 24 (Chem.), 1892, 423-439; Paris

Soc. Chim. Bull., 12, 1894, 397-399.
Farman, D. Moteur Schuckert a champ magnetique

tournant. Lum. Elect., 45, 1892, 23-29.
A propos de la th^orie des moteurs a flux tournant.

Lum. Elect., 50, 1893, 317-318, 426-427, 547.

Quelque_s mots sur la theorie des machines dynamos.



Eclairage Elect., 2 (1895), 348-350.
Electric disinfection by the Hermite process.
Elect. Engin. Jl., 24, 1896, 375-377.



Inst.



Farman]



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[Farner



Farman, Last C. Twenty years on the Norfolk fens.

Zoologist, 1, 1897, 351-357.

Notes from the Haddiscoe marshes (Norfolk). Zoo-
logist, 3, 1899, 366-367.
Far-man, Maurice. La temperature. Kev. Sci., 51, 1893,

88-89.
La tempe'te du 17 au 21 novembre. Eev. Sci., 52,

1893, 730-731.
La temperature en Europe en janvier-fevrier 1895.

Bev. Sci., 3, 1895, 282-284.
La nebulosity a Paris. Brux., Soc. Beige Astr. Bull.,

1, 1896, 161-162.
La trombe du 10 septernbre 1896 a Paris. Ses effets,

ses causes. Brux., Soc. Beige Astr. Bull., 1, 1896,

235-239.
Voyage ae>ien de Paris a Agen (608 kilometres).

[1897.] Brux., Soc. Beige Astr. Bull., 2, 1896-97,

35-40.
Le tornado d'Asnieres. [1897.] Brux., Soc. Beige

Astr. Bull., 2, 1896-97, 202-207.
Un record en ballon. Brux., Soc. Beige Astr. Bull.,

4, 1899, 369-370.
Farmer, . Some relations between insects and plants.

Midland Natlist., 13, 1890, 71-72.
Farmer, Arthur M. Nesting of the hermit thrush.

Ornith. Ool., 17, 1892, 155-156.
Broad-winged hawk in Hillsboro county, N. H.

Ornith. Ool., 17, 1892, 172.

Farmer, E. Harvard. "Preliminary note on some remark-
able properties of silver and gelatine. [ With discussion.]

[1892.] Photogr. Jl., 17, 1893, 30-32.
Optics of trichromatic photography. [1900.] Soc.

Chern. Ind. Jl., 20, 1901, 387-388.

Farmer, E. Howard, & Tompkins, H. Kneebone. Silver-
gold printing by development. [With discussion.]

Photogr. JL, 12, 1888, 94-98.
Farmer, J. Bretland. On the development of the endo-

carp in Sambucus nigra. [1888.] Ann. Bot., 2, 1888-89,

389-392.
Preliminary note on the morphology and development

of Isoetes lacustris, Linn. [1889.] Ann. Bot., 3, 1889-90,

131-134.
Contributions to the morphology and physiology of

pulpy fruits. [1889.] Ann. Bot., 3, 1889-90, 393-

414.

On the stomata in the fruit of Iris pseudacorus, Lin.

[1889.] Ann. Bot., 4, 1889-91, 174-176.
On Isoetes lacustris, Linn. Boy. Soc. Proc., 45,

1889, 306-308.
On Isoetes lacustris, L. [1890.] Ann. Bot., 5,

1890-91, 37-62.
On abnormal flowers in Oncidium splendidum. Ann.

Bot., 6, 1892, 211-213.
On the occurrence of two prothallia in an ovule of

Pinus sylvestris. Ann. Bot., 6, 1892, 213-214.
Ou the embryogeny of Angiopteris evecta, Hoffm.

Ann. Bot., 6, 1892, 265-270.

Sixth report of the Committee, for taking steps to



establish a botanical laboratory at Peradeniya, Ceylon.

Brit. Ass. Rep., 1892, 363-365.
On the embryology of Angiopteris evecta, Hofm. Boy.

Soc. Proc., 51, 1892, 471-474.
On nuclear division in the pollen-mother-cells of

Lilium Martagon. Ann. Bot., 7, 1893, 392-396.
On some new features in nuclear division in Lilium

Martagon. Brit. Ass. Bep., 1893, 806.
On the relations of the nucleus to spore-formation in

certain liver- worts. [1893.] Boy. Soc. Proc., 54, 1894,

478-480.

Studies in Hepaticae : On Pallavicinia decipiens,

Mitten. Ann. Bot., 8, 1894, 35-52.

The stipules of Blepharostoma trichophyllum. Jl.

Bot., 32, 1894, 327-328.



Spore-formation and karyokinesis in Hepaticae. Ann.

Bot., 9, 1895, 363-364.

- On spore-formation and nuclear division in the
HepaticsB. Ann. Bot., 9, 1895, 469-523.

Further investigations on spore-formation in Fegatella

conica. Ann. Bot., 9, 1895, 666-668.
Ueber Kerntheilung in Lilium-Antheren besonders in
Bezug auf die Centrosomen-Frage. Flora, 80, 1895,
56-57.

[Some details of the first nuclear division in the

pollen mother cells of Lilium Martagon, L.] Micr. Soc.
Jl., 1895, 394-395.

On the division of the chromosomes in the first mitosis

in the pollen-mother-cell of Lilium. Micr. Soc. Jl., 1895,
501-504.

Bespiration and assimilation in cells containing

chlorophyll. Ann. Bot., 10, 1896, 285-289.

Some current problems connected with cell-division.

Brit. Ass. Bep., 1896, 1020.

Plants as irritable organisms. Pharm. Jl., 3, 1896,



464-465.

The alleged universal occurrence of the Centralkorper.
A reply to Dr. M. HEIDENHAIN. Anat. Anz., 13, 1897,
329-331.

On the structure of a hybrid fern. Ann. Bot., 11,



1897, 533-544.
The present position of some cell problems. Nature,

58 (1898), 63-67.

On the use of methylene blue as a means of investi-
gating respiration in plants. Nature, 58 (1898), 185-186.
Observations on the effect of desiccation of albumin

upon its coagulability. Boy. Soc. Proc., 66, 1900, 329-

333.
Farmer, J. Bretlfind, & Freeman, W. G. On the structure

and affinities of Helminthostachys zeylanica. Ann. Bot.,

13, 1899, 421-444.
Farmer, J. Bretland, & Moore, John E. S. On the essential

similarities existing between the heterotype nuclear

divisions in animals and plants. [1895.] Anat. Anz.,

11, 1896, 71-80..
Farmer, J. Bretland, & Beeves, Jesse. On the occurrence

of centrospheres in Pellia epiphylla, Nees. Ann. Bot., 8,

1894, 219-224.

Farmer, J. Bretland, & "Waller, Augustus D[esire]. Obser-
vations on the action of anaesthetics on vegetable and

animal protoplasm. Boy. Soc. Proc., 63, 1898, 213-216.
Farmer, /. Bretland, & Williams, J. Lloyd. On fertili-
sation, and the segmentation of the spore, in Fucus.

[1896.] Boy. Soc. Proc., 60, 1897, 188-195.
Contributions to our knowledge of the Fucaceae : their

life-history and cytology. Phil. Trans. (B), 190, 1898,

623-645.
Farmer, J. T. The determination of the coefficient of

discharge for sharp-edged orifices : and an investigation

of the force of impact of a half-inch jet on vanes of various

forms. Canada Boy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 2, 1896 (Sect. 3),

45-64.
Farmer, J. T., & Strickland, T[om] P[ercival]. See

Strickland & Farmer.
Farmer, Moxes Gerrish. For biographical notice see Amer.

Ac. Proc., 29, 1894, 415-418.
Farmer, P. W., & McAlpine, D. See McAlpine &

Farmer.
Farmer, B[obert] C[rosbie], & Hantzsch, Arthur [Rudolf].

Die Constitution der sogen. Oxyazokorper. Berlin,

Chem. Ores. Ber., 32, 1899, 3089-3101.
a-Oximidoketones und Chinonoxime als Pseudosauren.

Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 32, 1899, 3101-3109.
Farn, A[lbert] B[rydges]. The silkworm disease ; its cause

and prevention. [1893.] Croydon Micr. Club Proc. &

Trans., 4, 1900, 69-77.
Farner,.!. Studien iiber den Stocklack. Arch. Pharm.,

237, 1899, 35-48.



Farner]



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[Parr



Farner, Ernst. Beitrage zur pathologischen Anatomie des
Morbus BASEDOWII mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung der
Struma. Virchow, Arch., 143, 1896, 509-574.

Farneti, Rodolfo. Muschi della provincia di Pavia. Pavia
1st. Bot. Atti, 1, 1888, 325-357; 2, 1892, 175-206; 3,
1894, 63-81.

Enumerazione del Muschi del Bolognese. Nuovo

Giorn. Bot. Ital., 21, 1889, 381-388.

Epaticologia insubrica. Pavia 1st. Bot. Atti, 3, 1894,

231-311.

Briologia insubrica, prima contribuzione. Muschi

della provincia di Brescia. Pavia 1st. Bot. Atti, 4, 1897,
129-144.

Kicerche di briologia paleontologica nelle torbe del

sottosuolo pavese appartenenti al periodo glaciale. Pavia

1st. Bot. Atti, 5, 1899, 47-58.
Nuovi materiali per la micologia lombarda. Funghi

della provincia di Cremona. Prima centuria. Pavia

1st. Bot. Atti, 6, 1900, 95-108.
Aggiunte alia flora pavese e ricerche sulla sua origine.

Pavia 1st. Bot. Atti, 6, 1900, 123-164.
Farnham, A. Bradford. The atiology and prevention of

tuberculosis. N. Y. Med. Jl., 40, 1884, 288-290.
Something about the prevention of cholera. N. Y.

Med. JL, 41, 1885, 361-362.
Farnham, Isaiah H. Destructive effect of electrical

currents on subterranean metal pipes. Electrician, 33,

1894, 16-20.
Farnsteiner, Ernst. Ueber Resorption von Pepton im

Diinndarm und deren Beeinflussung durch Medikamente.

Ztschr. Biol., 33, 1896, 475-488.
Farnsteiner, K. Ueber die Einwirkung einiger anorgan-

ischen Salze auf das optische Drehungsvermogen des

Rohrziickers. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 23, 1890, 3570-

3578.
Zur maassanalytischen Bestimmung der Schwefel-

saure. Chem. Ztg., 16, 1892, 182.
Die Wagung des bei der gewichtsanalytischen Zucker-

bestimmung gefallten Kupfers als Kupferoxyd. Ztschr.

Ver. Rubenzuckerind., 45, 1895 (Th. 2), 844-850.
Farnsworth, P. J. *Mound builders. [1876.] Iowa Ac.

Sci. Proc., 1875-80, 8.

Pockets containing fire-clay and carbonaceous

materials in the Niagara Limestone at Clinton, Iowa.
Amer. Geologist, 2, 1888, 331-334.

Classification of diphtheria. Science, 11, 1888, 108.

The dissipation of energy. Science, 18, 1891, 24-

25.

The Great Lake basins. Science, 20, 1892, 74-75.

Farny. See Droz-Farny.

Farquhar, (Capt.) A. M. Ornithological notes in the

New Hebrides. Ibis, 6, 1900, 607-612.
Farquhar, H. Description of a new species of Ophiuridse.

[1893.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 26, 1894, 109-111.
Notes on New Zealand echinoderms. N. Zealand

Inst. Trans., 27, 1895, 194-208.

Descriptions of two new gymnoblastic hydroids.

N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 27, 1895, 208-209.

List of New Zealand Hydroida. N. Zealand Inst.

Trans., 28, 1896, 459-468.

A contribution to the history of New Zealand echino-
derms. [1897.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Zool.), 26, 1898, 186-
198.



Notes on New Zealand starfishes. [1897.] N. Zealand

Inst. Trans., 30, 1898, 187-191.

Preliminary account of some New-Zealand Actiniaria.
Linn. Soc. Jl. (Zool.), 26, 1898, 527-536.
- On the Echinodefm fauna of New Zealand. N. S.
Wales Linn. Soc. Proc., 23, 1898, 300-327.

Description of a new Ophiuran. [1899.] N. S. Wales



Linn. Soc. Proc , 24, 1900, 187-189.

The New Zealand zoological region. [1900.] Nature,

61 (1889-1900), 246-248.



On a new species of Ophiuroidea. N. Zealand Inst.

Trans., 32, 1900, 405-406.

Farquhar, Henry. *Sur I'e'clat et la distribution des
e"toiles. [Tr.] [1880.] Ciel et Terre, 1, 1881, 78-84,
107-112, 135-139, 583.

'Experiments in binary arithmetic. Science, 2, 1883,

755-758.

*Form of least-square computation. [1883.] Wash-
ington Phil. Soc. Bull., 6, 1884 (Smithsonian Miscell.
Coll., 33, 1888, Art. 1), 150-152.

Professor TAIT on the reality of force. Science, 3,

1884, 700-701.

Note on the problem discussed by Mr. ALVOBD: ["A

special case in maxima and minima "]. Washington
Phil. Soc. Bull., 6, 1884 (Smithsonian Miscell. Coll., 33,
1888, Art. I), 152.

Empirical formulae for the diminution of amplitude

of a freely-oscillating pendulum. [1884.] Washington
Phil. Soc. Bull., 7, 1885 (Smithsonian Miscell. Coll., 33,
1888, Art. 2), 89-92.

Comparison of the Boss and Auwers declination-
standards. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1886, 82.

A proposed catalogue of declinations. Amer. Ass.

Proc., 1889, 76-77.

Notes on fundamental Right- Ascensions. Astr. Jl.,

9, 1890, 129-131.
Systematic differences of proper motions in declination

catalogues. [1888.] Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 11,

1892, 593-596.
Farqubar, (Commander) Stuart St. J. On two nesting

places of gannets and terns in the South Indian Ocean.

Ibis, 6, 1900, 63-67.
Farquharson, (Mrs.) . Notes on mosses of the north

of Scotland. [1886.] Scott. Natlist., 8, 1885-86, 381.
Ferns and mosses of the Alford district. [1890. ] Scott.

Natlist., 10, 1889-90, 193-198.
Farquharson, A . C. Medico-legal importance of ptomaines.

[1893.] Jl. State Med., 1, 1892-93, 127-137.
Farquharson, (Rev.) J[ames]. New locality for Corallo-

rhiza innata. Berwick. Nat. Club Hist., 15, 1897, 363.
Farquharson, Robert James. For biographical notice and

works see Davenport Ac. Proc., 4, 1886, 201-206.
Farquharson, W. F. Case of left kidney displaced and

immovable. Jl. Anat. Physiol., 28, 1894, 303-304.
Farr, C. Coleridge. A determination of the magnetic

elements at the Physical Laboratory, University of

Sydney. Lat. 33 53' 14"-1 S. Long. 150 10' 49" E.

N. S. Wales Roy. Soc. Jl., 26 (1892), 69-72.

On some diagrams showing the relation between the

length of a solenoid and the form of its equipotential
surfaces. Aust. Ass. Rep., 1893, 243-245.

On an objection to LE SAGE'S theory of gravitation.

[1897.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 30, 1898, 118-120.

On the magnetic force parallel to the axis in the

interior of the solenoids. [1897.] N. Zealand Inst.
Trans., 30, 1898, 121.

On some expressions for the radial and axial com-
ponents of the magnetic force in the interior of solenoids
of circular cross-section. [1898.] Roy. Soc. Proc., 64,
1899, 192-202.

[Table of zonal spherical harmonics. Corrections.]

Phil. Mag., 49, 1900, 572.

Farr, E[dward~\ H[enry]. The origin of double flowers.

Brighton Nat. Hist. Soc. Rep., 1897, 17-18.
Fair, E[dward] H[enry], & Braithwaite, J\ohri\ Oldham.

See Braithwaite & Farr.
Farr, E[dward] H[enry], & Wright, R[obert]. Note on

the alkaloidal strength of hemlock fruit. [1893.] Brit.

Pharm. Confer. Trans. , 1893, 366-369 ; Pharm. JL, 24,

1894, 188-189.
The alkaloidal tinctures of the British pharmacopoeia.

Suggestions for their standardisation. [1893.] Pharm.

JL, 24, 1894, 177-179.



Farr]



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[Farrington



- Gravimetric and volumetric methods for the determi-
nation of the alkaloids in alkaloidal tinctures. [1894.]
Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1894, 345-358; Pharm. Jl.,
25, 1895, 124-126.

- The determination of alkaloids. Notes on some of the
pharmacopoeial processes. Pharm. JL, 4, 1897, 202-203.

- The assay of the official liquid extract, wine and
vinegar, of ipecacuanha. Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans.,
1899, 337-343, 350-353; Pharm. JL, 9, 1899, 85-86.

- The alkaloidal strength of commercial samples of the
official preparations of jaborandi. Brit. Pharm. Confer.
Trans., 1899, 381-385; Pharm. JL, 9, 1899, 90-91.

- The determination of strychnine. A critical note on
the official process for the assay of preparations of nux
vomica. Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1900, 440-453;
Pharm. JL, 11, 1900, 82-85.

Parr, Marcus S. Notes on the osteology of the White
Eiver horses. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 35, 1896, 147-
175.

- Check list of New York birds. [1900.] N. Y. Mus.
Bull., 7, 1901, 193-414.

Farr, W[iKiaw]. For biographical notice see Med.-Chir.
Trans., 67, 1884, 18-21.

- *The Great Powers. [1856.] Assur. Mag., 6, 1857,
147-159.

- *Mr. Jardine HENRY'S paper on the relation of the
Carlisle to other tables of mortality. [1863.] Assur.
Mag., 11, 1864, 109-110.

Farr, William Bean. Moving loads on railway under -
bridges. Inst. Civ. Engin. Proc., 141, 1900, 2-22.

Farran, G. P. Asteroscopus Sphinx in Co. Dublin. Irish
Natlist., 5, 1896, 317.

- Land and freshwater Mollusca from Co. Westmeath.
Irish Natlist., 6, 1897, 200.

- Dasydia obfuscaria in Co. Donegal. Irish Natlist., 7,
1898, 271.

- Land Mollusca of Narin. Irish Natlist., 8, 1899, 184.
Farrand, Livingston. Basketry designs of the Salish

Indians. Amer. Mus. Mem., 2, 1900, 391 (6is)-399.
Farrand, Livingston, & Boas, Franz. See Boas &

Farrand.
Farrar, A. A remnant of pre-Glacial England ; or holiday

notes on the Cromer Forest Bed. Leeds Geol. Ass. Trans.,

5, 1889, 41-45.

- The coast between Eastbourne and Folkestone. [1893.]
Leeds Geol. Ass. Trans., 8, 1892-93, 48-52.

Farre, (gen.) - . *Notice sur le service meteorologique
de 1'Algerie. France Soc. Meteorol. Nouv. Meteorol., 8,
1875 (Pt. 1), 148-151.

Farre, Arthur. For biography and works see Med.-Chir.
Trans., 71, 1888, 25-29; Eoy. Soc. Proc., 46, 1890,



Farre, Frederic John. For biographical notice and works

see Pharm. JL, 17, 1887, 422-423.

Farrell, Frank J., & Bentz, Ernest. See Bentz & Farrell.
Farren, Edwin James. *The history of assurance. [1850.]

Assur. Mag. , [1, 1861], 40-46.

- *0n the reliability of data, when tested by the con-
clusions to which they lead. Assur. Mag., 3, 1853, 204-
209.

- * On the period intervening between the date of death
and payment of sum assured. Assur. Mag., 3, 1853, 234-
235.

- *0n the form of the number whose logarithm is equal
to itself. Assur. Mag., 3, 1853, 323-324.

- *Proper expression for the amount of 1 with the
fractional part of a year's interest. Assur. Mag., 3, 1853,
335-336.

- * The chances of premature death among select lives.
[1853.] Assur. Mag., 4, 1854, 66-70, 141.

- *0n the improvement of life contingency calculation.
[1855-58.] Assur. Mag., 5, 1856, 185-196;' 8, 1860, 121-
127.

R. 8. XIV.



-*On the application of the differential and integral

calculus to "interest" questions. Assur. Mag., 5, 1855,

254-255.
Farren, W[Uliam~\. For biography see Ent. Month. Mag.,

24, 1887-88, 235; Entomologist, 21, 1888, 71-72.
Farren, William. Varieties of Anticlea sinuata. Ent.

Becord, 2, 1891, 156.

Protective resemblance. Ent. Record, 3, 1892, 169-

173.
On the variation of Papilio Machaon. Ent. Kecord,

4, 1893, 100-108.

Notes on the capture and habits of Cataplectica

Farreni, a Lepidopteron new to science. Ent. Record,

5, 1894, 249-250.

Relaxing and setting insects. Ent. Month. Mag., 31,

1895, 45-46.

Note on the moulting of the flight feathers in the

divers. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1899, 114-115.

Variation of Hydrilla palustris, with description of

two new aberrations. Ent. Record, 11, 1899, 113-114.

Fairer, (Miss) E. M., & Pickering, Spencer Umfreville.

Hydration of salts. Chem. News, 53, 1886, 279.
Farrer, Reginald T. Arenaria gothica. Jl. Bot., 32, 1894,

344.
Farrer, (Capt.) W. J. Notes on the land and freshwater

Mollusca of the English Lake district. [1895.] Jl.

Conch., 8, 1895-97, 152-161.
Farrington, E. H. Investigation of milk tests. [1891.]

Jl. Anal. Chem., 6, 1892, 101-115.
Observations on the growth and chemical composition

of the maize (corn) plant. Science, 19, 1892, 211-212.
Loss of dry matter by the sprouting of corn-seeds.

Science, 21, 1893, 206-207.

Report on dairy products. [1894-95.] U. S. Div.

Chem. Bull., No. 43, 1894, 176-188; No. 47, 1896, 122-
125.

Acidity of milk increased by boracic acid. Amer.

Chem. Soc. JL, 18, 1896, 847.

The estimation of fat in sweetened condensed milk by

the Babcock test. Amer. Chem. JL, 24 (1900), 267-270.
Farrington, John M. Chloroform ; its more general use

advocated and defended. N. Y. Med. JL, 45, 1887,

92-95.
The use of alcohol in medicine. N. Y. Med. JL, 50,

1889, 350-354.
Farrington, Oliver Cummings. On crystallized azurite

from Arizona. Amer. Jl. Sci., 41, 1891, 300-307.
The chemical composition of iolite. Amer. Jl. Sci.,

43, 1892, 13-16.

The nephrostomes of Rana. [1892.] Connecticut

Ac. Trans., 8, 1888-92, 309-314.

An analysis of jadeite from Mogoung, Burma. [1894.]

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