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Note sur un gite cuivreux d'origine volcanique du
Caucase meridional. Paris, Soc. Geol. Bull., 21, 1893,
101-109.

Note sur quelques Unionidffl de Grece. France Soc.



Zool. Mem., 7, 1894, 372-374.
Chaper, Maurice [Armand], & Drouet, Henri. See Drouet

& Chaper.
Chaperon, G. *De 1'emploi du telephone dans la mesure

des constantes eiectriques. Lum. Elect., 3, 1881, 85-86.
Sur un eiectro-dynamometre. Ass. Franc. C. E., 1884

(Pt. 2), 112-113.
Sur une cause probable de desaccord entre la force

eiectromotrice des piles et les donnees thermochimiques.

Paris, Ac. Sci. C. E., 98, 1884, 729-732.
Sur la polarisation des metaux oxydables et 1'energie

electrique qu'ils fournissent dans les piles. Paris, Soc.

Phys. Seances, 1884, 89-100; Jl. Phys., 3, 1884. 373-384.
Sur les proprietes thermo-eiectriques de quelques sub-
stances. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. B., 102, 1886, 860-863.
Sur la theorie de la dissociation et quelques actions de

presence. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. E., 103, 1886, 479-482.
Note sur la theorie mecanique des piles. Paris, Soc.

Phys. Seances, 1886, 187-188.
Sur 1'enroulement des bobines de resistance destinees

aux mesures par les courants alternatifs. Paris, Ac. Sci.

C. E., 108, 1889, 799-801.
Image mecanique des phenomenes thermodynamiques.

Paris, Ac. Sci. C. E., 109, 1889, 852-855.
[Etudes entreprises pour remedier aux inconvenients

des bobines actuelles, a fil double, dans les mesures par

les courants alternatifs ou par les me'thodes de decharge.]

Paris, Soc. Phys. Seances, 1889, 92-93.
Mesure des resistances polarisables par les courants

alternatifs et le telephone. Jl. Phys., 9, 1890, 481-484.
Methode de mesure au moyen des courants alternatifs.



Paris, Soc. Phys. Seances, 1890, 149-151.
Sur les bobines a fil double. Paris, Soc. Phys. Seances,

1890, 151-152.
Equilibre de self-induction et de capacites sur le pont

a fil et a courants alternatifs. Paris, Soc. Phys. Seances,

1890, 152-157.
[Le mode de construction des radiophones au sulfure

d'argent.] Paris, Soc. Phys. Seances, 1890, 158.
Chaperon, G., & Oouy, {Leon Georges]. See Gouy &

Chaperon.
Chaperon, G., & Lalande, F[t'>l,ix] de. See Lalande &

Chaperon.
Chaperon, G., & Mercadier, E. Sur la radiophonie electro-

chimique. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. E., 106, 1888, 1595-1597;

Ann. Teiegr., 15, 1888, 425-432.
Chapin, Edward S[amuel], & Noyes, Arthur A[mos]. See

NToyes & Chapin.

Chapin, H. E. Continuous rain. Science, 21, 1893, 94.
Chapin, Henry Dwight. Eheumatism in early life. [With

discussion.] N. Y. Med. JL, 43, 1886, 278-279.

Septic poisoning in early life. N. Y. Med. JL, 49,

1889, 624-626.

The auriculo- ventricular, presystolic sound. [With

discussion.] N. Y. Med. JL, 50, 1889, 641-643.
Pseudo-membranous rhinitis, N. Y. Med. JL, 51,

1890, 685-687.

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The clinical signs and lesions of infantile diarrhoea.

N. Y. Med. JL, 56, 1892, 488-490.
Studies in infant feeding. N. Y. Med. JL, 58, 1893,

309-311.

Chapin, Warren B. Some factors influencing the forma-
tion of acute abscess. N. Y. Med. Jl., 49, 1889, 152-153.
A case of hsematuria in the male, resembling in its

periodical recurrence the menstrual period. N. Y. Med.

Jl., 49, 1889, 378-379.
Chaplet, - . Herstellung sehr harter Substanzen.

[1893.] Ztschr. Elektrotechn. Elektroch., 1894-95, 304.
Elektrischer Ofen. [1894.] Ztschr. Elektrotechn.

Elektroch., 1894-95, 366-367.
Chaplin, [Edwin D.], & Browne, [Arthur Benjamin]. See

Browne & Chaplin.
Chaplin, Edward M. Ueber einige Hydrazide der Campher-

saure. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 25, 1892, 2565-2568.
Chaplin, Edivard M., & Naylor, W. A. H. See NTaylor

& Chaplin.
Chaplin, G. P. Cornish methods of mine-timbering.

[1897.] N. Eng. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 46, 1898,

190-200.
Chaplin, Thomas. *Das Clima von Jerusalem. (Bear-

beitet von Dr. Otto KEKSTEN in Berlin.) [1883.] Deutsch.

Palajstina-Ver. Ztschr., 14, 1891, 93-112.
Chapman, (Eev.) [C.]. Address at the opening of the

session 1889-90. [On the emergence of life and con-
sciousness.] [1889.] Plymouth Inst. Trans., 10, 1890,

247-284.
Chapman, A[lvin] W[entworth]. For biography see Amer.

Natlist., 33, 1899, 643-646; Bot. Gaz., 27, 1899, 473-478.
Torreya taxifolia, Arnott. [1885.] Bot. Gaz., 9 &

10, 1884-85, 251-254.
Chapman, Abel. Kough notes on Spanish ornithology.

Ibis, 2, 1884, 66-99.
A voyage to Spitzbergen and the Arctic Seas. [1884.]

Northumb. Nat. Hist. Trans., 8, 1884-89, 138-158.

-Winter notes in Spain. Ibis, 6, 1888, 444-461.
[Lagopus in the British Islands, Scandinavia and

Spitsbergen.] [1893.] Brit. Ornith. Club Bull., 3,

1894, x.

Chapman, Alfred C[haston Arthur William Henry], Zinc

dextrosate. Chem. Soc. Jl., 55, 1889, 576-577.
Some compounds of dextrose with the oxides of nickel,

chromium and iron. Chem. Soc. Jl., 59, 1891, 323-326.
On some analytical constants of seal oil. Chem.

News, 70, 1894, 1-2.
The essential oil of hops. [1893.] Chem. Soc. Proc.,

9, 1895, 177 ; Chem. Soc. Jl. , 67, 1895, 54-63.
Some derivatives of humulene. Chem. Soc. Jl., 67,

1895, 780-784.

Unmalted grain, and its use as a partial malt sub-
stitute. London, Fed. Inst. Brewing Jl., 1, 1895, 142-
156.

The volatile bye-products of fermentation. London,



Fed. Inst. Brewing Jl., 3, 1897, 240-254, 560.
Incrustation and corrosion. London, Fed. Inst.

Brewing JL, 3, 1897, 260-274.
The essential oil of hops. London, Fed. Inst. Brewing

JL, 4, 1898, 224-233.
A method for the quantitative separation of j'sovaleric

and acetic acids. [1898.] Analyst, 24, 1899, 114-117.
On a method for distinguishing between hops and

quassia. Analyst, 25, 1900, 35-37.
A new colour reaction for distinguishing between

certain isomeric allyl and propenyl phenols. Analyst,

25, 1900, 313-314.
Chapman, Alfred C[haston Arthur William Henry], &

Burgess, Herbert E[dward]. Note on santalal and some

of its derivatives. [1896.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 12, 1897,

140-141.
On an improved apparatus for use in the analysis of

essential oils. Analyst, 25, 1900, 197-199.



Chapman, Alfred Crawhall. For biographical notice see
Inst. Mechan. Engin. Proc., 1896, 255.
A birds' -nesting ramble in Lapland. Ibis, 3, 1885,
158-184.

On the seasonal changes of plumage in bird's.



Zoo-
logist, 9, 1885, 220-223.

On the habits and migrations of wildfowl. Zoologist,

11, 1887, 3-21.
A contribution towards the ornithology of west Jutland.

Ibis, 6, 1894, 339-351.
Chapman, Alfred S. Analyses of some cistern deposits.

Chem. News, 60, 1889, 56.
Chapman, Bertha L. Two new species of Trichodectes

(Mallophaga). Philad., Ent. News, 8, 1897, 185-187.
Chapman, Bertha L., & Kellogg, Vernon Lyman. See

Kellogg & Chapman.
Chapman, C. H. On some applications of the units of an

M-fold space. Amer. Jl. Math., 10, 1888, 225-242.
Determinants with vector constituents. [1890.] Johns

Hopkins Univ. Giro., [9 (1889-90)], 77.
On the matrix which represents a vector. Amer. Jl.

Math., 13, 1891, 363-380.

A problem in vector analysis. [1891.] Johns Hopkins



Univ. Circ., [10 (1890-91)], 46.

An illustration of the direct computation of an in-
variant. [1891.] Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [11
(1891-92)], 41-42.

Application of quaternions to projective geometry.

Amer. Jl. Math., 14, 1892, 115-140.

Chapman, I). R. Recent improvements in cider and
perry making. Agr. Soc. JL, 24, 1888, 171-195.

Chapman, David Leonhard. The allotropic modifications
of phosphorus. Chem. Soc. JL, 75, 1899 (Pt. 2), 734-747.

On the rate of explosion in gases. Phil. Mag., 47,
1899, 90-104.

Chapman, David Leonhard, & Lidbury, F[rank] Austin.

Non-existence of the so-called suboxide of phosphorus.

Chem. Soc. JL, 75, 1899 (Pt. 2), 973-978.
Chapman, (Gen.) E[dward] F[rancis]. The triangulation

of Africa. Geogr. JL, 5, 1895, 468-470.
Chapman, E[dward] J. On some deposits of titaniferous

iron ore in the counties of Haliburton and Hastings,

Ontario. [1884.] Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans.,

2, 1885 (Sect. 4), 159-160.
On mimetism in inorganic nature. [1884.] Canada

Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 2, 1885 (Sect. 4), 161-162.

On some iron ores of central Ontario. [1885.]
Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 3, 1886 (Sect. 3),
9-14.



On the Wallbridge hematite mine, as illustrating the
stock-formed mode of occurrence of certain ore-deposits.
[1885.] Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans. , 3, 1886 (Sect. 4),
23-26.

On the colouring matter of black tourmalines. [1886.]



Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans. , 4, 1887 (Sect. 3), 39-41.
Notes on some unexplained anomalies in the flame

reactions of certain minerals and chemical bodies.

[1889.] Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 7, 1890

(Sect. 3), 13-14.
Some remarks on the classification of the trilobites,

as influenced by the stratigraphical relations : with

outline of a new grouping of these forms. [1889.]

Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 7, 1890 (Sect. 4),

113-120.
On the Mexican type in the crystallization of the

topaz. [1892.] Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans., 10,

1893 (Sect. 3), 25-28.

On the corals and coralliform types of Palaeozoic
strata. [1892.] Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. & Trans.,
10, 1893 (Sect. 4), 39-48.

Presidential address. [Eevised theory of the cause of
tides.] [1893.] Canada Eoy. Soc. Proc. * Trans., 11,

1894 (Sect. 3), 3-9.



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Note on the occurrence of the basal form in the

crystallization of zircon. [1893.] Canada Roy. Soc.

Proc. & Trans., 11, 1894 (Sect. 3), 11.
Notes on the Belmont gold veins of Peterborough

county, Ontario. Canada Roy. Soc. Proc. & Trans.,

11, 1894 (Sect. 4), 51-52.
Chapman, Edgar M[arsh], & Lapworth, Arthur. See

Lap worth & Chapman.
Chapman, F. T. Carbolic acid in mounting. Amer.

Micr. Jl., 10, 1889, 127-128; 12, 1891, 58.
Chapman, Fran k M[ichler]. The lark finch in New Jersey.

Auk, 3, 1886, 136.

The barn owl at Englewood, N. J. Auk, 3, 1886, 485.

Additional captures of Helminthophila leucobron-

chialis. Auk, 4, 1887, 348-349.

Observations on the nocturnal migration of birds.



Auk, 5, 1888, 37-39.
A list of birds observed at Gainesville, Florida.



Auk,



5, 1888, 267-277.
- Birds at Aiken, S. C. Auk, 5, 1888, 324.

List of additions to the North American avifauna and



of eliminations and changes in nomenclature proposed
since the publication of the A. 0. U. check-list. Auk,
5, 1888, 393-402.

Notes on the Mniotiltidae of Englewood, New Jersey.

[1888.] Auk, 6, 1889, 198.

Remarks on the northern limit of the Carolinian fauna
on the Atlantic coast. Auk, 6, 1889, 199.

Helminthophila Bachmani on the east coast of
Florida. Auk, 6, 1889, 278-279.

Notes on birds observed in the vicinity of Englewood,

New Jersey. Auk, 6, 1889, 302-305.
Preliminary descriptions of two apparently new species

of the genus Hesperomys from Florida. [1889.] Amer.

Mus. Bull., 2, 1890, 117.
Description of a new subspecies of the genus Sigmodon

from southern Florida. [1889.] Amer. Mus. Bull., 2,

1890, 118.
On the habits of the round-tailed muskrat (Neofiber

Alleni, True). [1889.] Amer. Mus. Bull., 2, 1890, 119-

122.
A revision of the genus Xiphorhynchus, Swainson,

with descriptions of two new species. [1889.] Amer.

Mus. Bull., 2, 1890, 153-162.

Description of a new species of hummingbird of the
genus Amazilia. [1889.] Amer. Mus. Bull., 2, 1890,
163-164, 182.

On the eastern forms of Geothlypis trichas. Auk,

7, 1890, 9-14.

On the winter distribution of the bobolink (Doli-

chonyx oryzivorus) with remarks on its routes of migra-
tion. Auk, 7, 1890, 39-45.

Note on Cyanocitta Stelleri litoralis, Maynard. Auk,
7, 1890, 91.

On the changes of plumage in the bobolink (Doli-

chonyx oryzivorus). Auk, 7, 1890, 120-124; 10, 1893,
309-311.

The song of Helminthophila leucobronchialis. Auk,

7, 1890, 291.

On a collection of birds made by Mr. Clark P. STREATOR
in British Columbia, with field notes by the collector.
[1890.] Amer. Mus. Bull., 3, 1891, 123-158.

On the colour-pattern of the upper tail-coverts in

Colaptes anratus. Amer. Mus. Bull., 3, 1891, 311-
314.

On the birds observed near Corpus Christi, Texas,
during parts of March and April, 1891. Amer. Mus.
Bull., 3, 1891, 315-328.

A preliminary study of the grackles of the subgenus

Quiscalus. Amer. Mus. Bull., 4, 1891, 1-20.

The origin of the avifauna of the Bahamas. Amer.

Natlist., 25, 1891, 528-539; N. Y. Ac. Trans., 10 (1890-
91), 54-55.



Note on Junco hyemalis ' Thurberi, Anthony. Auk,

8, 1891, 115-116.

On two birds new to Louisiana. Auk, 8, 1891, 318.
Former occurrence of Spiza americana in northern

New Jersey. Auk, 8, 1891, 395.

Notes on birds and mammals observed near Trinidad,

Cuba, with remarks on the origin of West Indian bird
life. Amer. Mus. Bull., 4, 1892, 279-350.

On the breeding of Helminthophila pinus with H. leu-
cobronchialis at Englewood, New Jersey. Auk, 9, 1892,
302-303.

Melanism in a caged wood thrush. Auk, 9, 1892,
303-304.

Description of a new subspecies of Oryzomys from the

Gulf States. Amer. Mus. Bull., 5, 1893, 43-46.

Description of two new races of mammals from Florida,

with remarks on Sitomys niveiventris, Chapman. Amer.
Mus. Bull., 5, 1893, 339-341.

The Carolina wren in the lower Hudson valley. Auk,
10, 1893, 87-88.

Preliminary descriptions of one new species and two
new subspecies of birds from the island of Trinidad.
Auk, 10, 1893, 342-343.

Remarks on the origin of bird migration. [1893.]
Auk, 11, 1894, 12-17.

On the birds of the island of Trinidad. Amer. Mus.

Bull., 6, 1894, 1-86.

Remarks on certain land mammals from Florida, with
a list of the species known to occur in the State. Amer.
Mus. Bull., 6, 1894, 333-346.

Further notes on Trinidad birds, with a description of
a new species of Synallaxis. [1895.] Amer. Mus. Bull.,
7, 1895, 321-326; 'Trinidad Field Nat. Club JL, 2, [1894-
96], 272-275.

History of a wandering albatross. Auk, 12, 1895,

291-292.

The changes of plumage on the dunlin and sanderling.
Amer. Mus. Bull., 8, 1896, 1-8.

On the changes of plumage in the snowflake (Plectro-
phenax nivalis). Amer. Mus. Bull., 8, 1896, 9-12.

Notes on birds observed in Yucatan. Amer. Mus.
Bull., 8, 1896, 271-290.

The standing of Ardetta neoxena. Auk, 13, 1896,
11-19.

The wild pigeon at Englewood, N. J. Auk, 13, 1896,
341.

Feeding-habits of purple finches. Auk, 13, 1896, 342.

Dendroica palmarum in New York City. Auk, 13,
1896, 343.

Remarks on the spring moult of the bobolink. Auk,

14, 1897, 149-154.

Murres in western New York. Auk, 14, 1897, 202.
Preliminary descriptions of new birds from Mexico

and Arizona. Auk, 14, 1897, 310-311.

Notes on birds observed at Jalapa and Las Vigas,

Vera Cruz, Mexico. Amer. Mus. Bull., 10, 1898, 15-43.

Probable polygamy of the great-tailed grackle (Quis-
calus macrourus). Auk, 15, 1898, 269.

Notes on the black seaside finch (Ammodramus

nigrescens). Auk, 15, 1898, 270.
Nesting instincts of swallows. Auk, 15, 1898, 271.

KIRTLAND'S warbler (Dendroica Kirtlandi). Auk, 15,
1898, 289-293; 16, 1899, 81.

The distribution and relationships of Ammodramus
maritimus and its allies. Auk, 16, 1899, 1-12.

[The proper function of "binomials" and "tri-
nomials."] Auk, 16, 1899, 376.

- The fauna of Porto Rico. Science, 10, 1899, 419.

Descriptions of five apparently new birds from
Venezuela. [1899.] Amer. Mus. Bull., 12, 1900, 153-156.

Report on the birds received through the Peary expe-
ditions to Greenland. [1899.] Amer. Mus. Bull., 12,
1900, 219-244.

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Description of two new subspecies of Colymbus

dominicus, Linn. [1899.] Amer. Mus. Bull., 12, 1900,

255-256.
A study of the genus Sturnella. Amer. Mus. Bull.,

13, 1900, 297-320.
Description of the nestling plumage of Falco islandus.

Auk, 17, 1900, 387.
The proper name for the Florida yellow throat. Auk,

17, 1900, 389-390.

See also under Phelps, William Henry.
See also under Riker, Clarence B.
Chapman, Frank M\ichler\, & Allen, Joel Asapli. See

Allen & Chapman.
Chapman, Frmik M[ichler], & Brewster, William. See

Brewster & Chapman.
Chapman, Frederick. On a method of producing perlitic

and pumiceous structures in Canada balsam. Geol. Mag.,

7, 1890, 79-80.
The Foraminifera of the Gault of Folkestone. Micr.

Soc. Jl.,-1891, 565-575; 1892, 319-330, 749-758; 1893,

579-595; 1894, 153-163, 421-427, 645-654; 1896, 1-14,

581-591 ; 1898, 1-49.
Some new forms of hyaline Foraminifera from the

Gault. Geol. Mag., 9, 1892, 52-54.
Microzoa from phosphatic chalk of Taplow. Geol.

Soc. Quart. Jl., 48, 1892, 514-518.
On oolitic and other limestones with sheared structure

from Ilfracombe. Geol. Mag., 10, 1893, 100-104.
The Bargate beds of Surrey and their microscopic

contents. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 50, 1894, 677-729.
Note on some microscopic fossils from the Chalk of

Swanscombe. [1894.] Geol. Ass. Proc., 13, 1895, 369-

370.
On Ehaetic Foraminifera from Wedmore, in Somerset.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 16, 1895, 305-329; Geol. Mag., 2,

1895, 331-332.
On some Foraminifera obtained by the Royal Indian

Marine Survey's s. s. Investigator, from the Arabian Sea,

near the Laccadive Islands. Zool. Soc. Proc., 1895,

4-55.
On the rhizopodal genera Webbina and Vitriwebbina.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 18, 1896, 326-333.
On some Pliocene Ostracoda from near Berkeley.

[1896.] California Univ. Dept. Geol. Bull., 2, 1896-1902,

93-100.
On some Pleistocene Ostracoda from Fulham. Geol.

Ass. Proc., 14, 1896, 299-301, xii.
The Foraminifera and Ostracoda. Geol. Soc. Quart.

Jl., 52, 1896, 470-472.
Ostracoda from the Chara-marl of Hitchin, Herts.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 19, 1897, 591-597.
On the microscopic contents of a sample of Brackles-

ham clay from Lee- on- Solent, Hampshire. Geol. Mag.,

4, 1897, 226-227.
Foraminifera in the Upper Cambrian of the Malverns.

Nature, 56 (1897), 588-589.
On Haddonia, a new genus of the Foraminifera, from

Torres Straits. [1897.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Zool.), 26, 1898,

452-456.

Note on the specific name of the Saccammina of the

Carboniferous Limestone. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 1, 1898,

215-218.

On Ostracoda from the "Cambridge Greensand." Ann.
Mag. Nat. Hist., 2, 1898, 331-346.

Appendix on the Foraminifera from Bissex Hill and
Bowmanston [Barbados]. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 54,
1898, 550-555.

Notes on the Microzoa from the Jurassic beds at

Hartwell. [1897.] Geol. Ass. Proc., 15, 1899, 96-97.

Foraminifera from the " Cambridge Greensand/'

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 3, 1899, 48-66, 302-317.

The raised beach and rubble-drift at Aldrington, be-
tween Hove and Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex. With notes



on the Microzoa. [1899.] Geol. Ass. Proc., 16, 1900,
259-270.

On some new and interesting Foraminifera from the
Funafuti atoll, Ellice Islands. [1899.] Linn. Soc. Jl.
(Zool.), 28, 1900-03, 1-27.

The hexagonal structure formed in cooling beeswax
in relation to the cells of bees. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist.,
5, 1900, 320.

On a Patellina limestone and another foraminiferal
limestone from Egypt. Geol. Mag., 7, 1900, 3-17.

Tertiary foraminiferal limestones from Sinai. Geol.
Mag., 7, 1900, 308-316, 367-374.

Two new species of Ostracoda of Tithonian age from
Nesselsdorf, Austria. Geol. Mag., 7, 1900, 325-326.

On the constituents of the sands and loams of the
plateau gravel occurring in the pit sections near Ash,
Sevenoaks. Geol. Mag., 7, 1900, 404-406.

The age of the raised beach of southern Britain.
Geol. Mag., 7, 1900, 528.

Foraminifera from an Upper Cambrian horizon in the
Malverns; together with a note on some of the earliest
known Foraminifera. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 56, 1900,
257-262.

Notes on the consolidated seolian sands of Kathiawar.
Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 56, 1900, 584-588.

On some Foraminifera of Tithonian age from the
Stramberg Limestone of Nesselsdorf. [1900?] Linn. Soc.
Jl. (Zool.), 28, 1900-03, 28-32.

Foraminifera from the lagoon at Funafuti. [1900.]



Linn. Soc. Jl. (Zool.), 28, 1900-03, 161 (6z*)-210.
[On the marine fauna of Christmas Inland (Indian

Ocean).] v. List of the Foraminifera from the boat-
channel, Flying Fish Cove, Christmas Island, 11 fathoms.

Zool. Soc. Proc., 1900, 141.

Foraminifera from the Tertiary of California. [1900.]

California Ac. Proc. (Geol.), 1, 1904, 241-260.
Chapman, Frederick, & Jones, Thomas Rupert. Report

on the Microzoa in marl and silts from Barry Dock, near

Cardiff. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl. , 52, 1896, 485-488.

Si',' also Jones & Chapman.

Chapman, Frederick, & Bherborn, Charles Davies. Fora-
minifera from the London Clay of Sheppey. Geol. Mag. ,

6, 1889, 498-499.
On the Ostracoda of the Gault at Folkestone. Geol.

Mag., 10, 1893, 345-349.

See also Sherborn & Chapman.
Chapman, Frederick Revans. On the transport of small

erratic boulders. [1884.] N. Zealand Jl. Sci., 2, 1884-

85, 168.
Notes on moa remains in the Mackenzie Country and

other localities. [1884.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 17,

1885, 172-178.
Description of... new species of Celmisia. [1889-90.]

N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 22, 1890, 444-445; 23, 1891,

407-408.
The outlying islands south of New Zealand. [1890.]

N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 23, 1891, 491-522.
The exploration of south-western Otago. Aust. Ass.

Rep., 1891, 270-271, ix.
On the working of greenstone or nephrite by the

Maoris. [1891.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 24, 1892,

479-539.
Notes on the depletion of the fur-seal in the Southern

Seas. Canad. Rec. Sci., 5, 1893, 446-459.
Chapman, G. H. Diphtheria; the germ theory and the

alcohol treatment. [With discussion.} N. Y. Med. Jl.,

41, 1885, 74-76.
Chapman, H. G., & Martin, Charles J. See Martin &

Chapman.
Chapman, H. J. A list of hybrid Cattleyas. Gard.

Chron., 18, 1895, 10-11.
A supplementary list of hybrid orchids. Gard. Chron.,

19, 1896, 431.



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Chapman, Henry C[adwalader]. Notes on the anatomy of
Echidna hystrix. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1887, 334-
335.

- Observations on the female generative apparatus of
Hyaena crocuta. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1888,
189-191.

- Observations upon the brain of the gorilla. Philad.



Note on certain Notodontse. [1888.] Ent. Month.



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On melanism in Lepidoptera.



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Note on the geology of Mt. Desert Island.
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The interpretation of certain verses of the first chapter



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- Observations on the Japanese salamander, Crypto-
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- Homologies of the alisphenoid and petromastoid bones
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- Kespiratory quotient and loss in volume of expired
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Chapman, Henry C[adivalader], & Brubaker, Albert P.
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Chapman, Pearson. Habits of the shad and herring, as

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