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ration nasale chez le soldat. Examen des fosses nasales

et du pharynx nasal chez 500 militaires. Arch. Med.

Pharm. Militaires, 26, 1895, 36-59.
Claparede, A[lexandre], & Graebe, Charles. See Graebe

& Claparede.
Claparede, Arthur de. L'ile de Malte et ses dependances.

Geneve Soc. Ge"ogr. Mem., 27, 1888 (Bull.), 219-240.
Souvenirs de Taormina (Sicile). Geneve Soc. Ge'ogr.

Me"m., 28, 1889 (Bull.), 38-45.
La Linnsea. Un jardin botanique a la haute montagne.

Schweiz. Alpenclub Jbuch., 26, 1891, 363-373.
Les reliefs Perron. Geneve Soc. Geogr. Mem., 39,

1900, 1-10.
Claparede, Ed. La perception stereognostique dans deux

cas d'hemiplegie ce"rebrale infantile. Jl. Physiol. Path.

G6n., 1, 1899, 1001-1006.
Les illusions de poids chez quelques malades hypo-

kinesthesiques. Paris, Soc. Biol. M6m., 51, 1899 (C. R.),

134-136.

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[Sur la vitesse du mouvement lors des illusions de

poids.] Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat., 9, 1900, 583-586.
Claparede, Ed., & JMarkova, (Mile) K. Nouveau proce'de'

pour etudier la perception des formes par le toucher.

Arch. Sci. Phys. Nat., 10, 1900, 84-86.
Clapier de Colongue, I[van]. ABTOMaiHieCKOe COC-

TaB^enie nacxajrtHoft Ta6jniii;Li. [Construction de

tables de Paques sans calculation.] St. Petersb. Ac.

Sci. Me"m., 6, 1898, No. 1, 57 pp.
Clapp, Cornelia M. Some points in the development of

the toad-fish (Batrachus tau). Jl. Morphol., 5, 1891,

494-501.
Eelation of the axis of the embryo to the first cleavage

plane. Wood's Holl Mar. Biol. Lab. Lect., 1898, 139-151.
The lateral line system of Batrachus tau. [1898.]

Jl. Morphol., 15, 1899, 223-264.

Clapp, George H. Mollusks of Allegheny Co., Pennsyl-
vania. [1895.] Nautilus, 8, 1894-95, 116.

Notes on two varieties of Pyrarnidula (Patula) alternata

(Say). [1899.] Nautilus, 13, 1899-1900, 41-42.
Land Mollusca of Kennebunkport, Me. [1900.]

Nautilus, 14, 1900-01, 63-64.
Clapp, George H., & Bunt, (Capt.) Alfred Ephraim. See

Hunt & Clapp.
Clapp, George H., Hunt, (Capt.) Alfred Ephraim, &

Handy, James Otis. See Hunt, Clapp & Handy.
Clapp, E[alph] E[oger], & Comstock, William J[ames],

See Comstock & Clapp.
Clar, Conrad. *01ivin von Fehring bei Gleichenberg. Min.

Petr. Mitth.., 5, 1883, 85.
*Einwirkung kohlensaurehaltigen Wassers auf den

Gleichenberger Trachyt. Min. Petr. Mitth., 5, 1883,

385-388.
Ein einfacher Eespirationsapparat. Med. Jbiich., 1,

1886, 211-218.

Ueber die Situation der in jiingster Zeit zur Siiss-



wasserversorgung des Curortes Gleichenberg herangezo-

genen Quellen. Wien, Geol. Verb., 1887, 354-355.
Ueber den Einfluss des kohlensauren Natrons auf die

Stickstoffausscheidung beim Menschen. Centrbl. Med.

Wiss., 26, 1888, 466-467.
Zur Hydrologie von Gleichenberg. Wien, Geol. Verb.,

1889, 147-151.

Tektonische Betrachtung. Steiermark Mitth., 1895,

198-200.
Ueber den Verlauf der Gleichenberger Hauptquell-

spalte. Steiermark Mitth., 1895, 202-205; 1896, 60-64.
Einflnss der Klimatotherapie auf den Kreislauf und

das Blut. Wien. Med. Wschr., 49, 1899, 750-756.
Clarac, [Louis Marie] A[lbert]. De la fievre dite bilieuse

inflammatoire observed a la Martinique et a la Guyane.

Arch. Med. Navale, 49, 1888, 5-46.
Contribution a l'e"tude de la fievre jaune a la Martinique.

Arch. MeU Navale, 53, 1890, 5-35, 111-122.
Notes sur les cheloides observe'es chez le noir et

principalement sur la cheloide de Poreille. Arch. M6d.

Navale, 55, 1891, 459-471.
Observations d'abces du foie recueillies dans les

h&pitaux de la Martinique. Arch. M^d. Navale, 58,

1892, 321-341.
Etiologie et prophylaxie de la fievre bilieuse he'mo-

globinurique ende"mique. Congr. Int. Me'd. C. E., 1900

(Vol. 17, Med. Coloniale), 115-132.
Claraz, Georges. [Eggs and nest of Ehea Darwinii.] Zool.

Soc. Proc.,' 1885, 324-327.
Claremont, E. A . Electric-lighting. Brit. Architects Jl.,

2, 1895, 258-263.
Claren, Federico. Piano y descripcion topografica de las

aguas termales del Eio Hondo. Cordoba Ac. Bol., 12,

1890, 121-130.

Clarenbach, , & Frosch, P. See Frosch & Claren-

bach.



Clarence, L. B. Ceylon. Scott. Geogr. Mag., 13, 1897,
169-188.

Clarency, A . Precedes optiques pour le dosage de 1'albumine
et de 1'acide urique dans les urines. Jl. Pharm., 30, 1894,
484-487.

Clariana y Ricart, Lauro. Generalizacion de los poli-
nomios de LEOENDEE. [1892.] Barcelona Ac. Bol., 1,
1892-1900, 73-88.

Breve_ estudio critico acerca de la matematica en el

siglo xix". [1899.] Barcelona Ac. Mem., 2, 1892-1900,
539-562.

Clark, A. Howard. [Descriptive catalogues of the collec-
tions sent from the U. S. to the International Fisheries
Exhibition, London, 1883, constituting a report upon the
American section.] K. Catalogue of fishery products,
and of the apparatus used in their preparation. U. S.
Mus. Bull., 27, 1884, 1031-1154.

Clark, A. J. Water purification. [With discussion.]
[1898.] Soc. Dyers Col. Jl., 15, 1899, 2-8.

Clark, Alexander. Explosives as used in rock-blasting.
[1892.] Scott. Soc. Arts Trans., 13, 1894, 186-202.

Clark, Alvan. For biography see Observatory, London, 10,
1887, 335-336; Eailroad & Engin. Jl., 61, 1887, 399;
Science, 10, 1887, 97-98; Sidereal Messenger, 6, 1887,
250-253; 8, 1889, 109-117; Amer. Ac. Proc., 23, 1888,
315-317 ; Termt. Kozlon. , 20, 1888, 467.

Clark, Alvan G[raham]. For biography see Amer. Jl. Sci.,
4, 1897, 83-84 ; Astr. Nachr., 144, 1897, 31-32 ; Astrophys.
JL, 6, 1897, 136-138; Nature, 56 (1897), 158-159; Ob-
servatory, London, 20, 1897, 291-293; Amer. Ac. Proc.,
33, 1898, 520-524; Ciel et Terre, 18 (1897-98), 236-237;
Popular Astr., 5, 1898, 167.

Great telescopes of the future. Astr. & Astrophys.,

12, 1893, 673-678.

Clark, (Sir) Andrew. For biography and list of works see
Jl. Path. Bact., 2, 1894, 255-268; Med.-Chir. Trans., 77,
1894, 20-29; Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 20, 1894, 105-
106; Nature, 49 (1893-94), 63; Eoy. Soc. Proc., 75, 1905,
121-123.

Clark, Arthur L. A method of determining the angle of
lag. Phil. Mag., 41, 1896, 369-372.

On the specific inductive capacity of certain oils.

Phys. Eev., 6, 1898, 120-125.

Clark, C. F. Isolated rupture of iris and choroid by a re-
bounding rifle ball. Arch. Ophthalm., 18, 1889, 12-14.

Loss of membrana tympani, malleus, incus, and

stapes, with good hearing. Arch. Otol., 18, 1889, 219-
225; Ztschr. Ohrenheilk., 22, 1892, 41-46.

Partial embolism of the central artery of the retina.

Arch. Ophthalm. , 26, 1897, 395-404.

Clark, Charles Upson. On the food habits of certain dung
and carrion beetles. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jl., 3, 1895, 61.

Clark, Daniel. The basal ganglia of the brain as psychic
centres. [With discussion.] Int. Med. Congr. Trans.,
1887 (Vol. B), 238-246.

One solution of the phases of circular insanity. [With

discussion.] Int. Med. Congr. Trans., 1887 (Vol. 5), 266-
273.

Clark, Daniel Kinnear. For biography and works see
Amer. Engineer & Eailroad JL, 70, 1896, 44-45; Inst.
Civ. Engin. Proc., 124, 1896, 409-413; Inst. Mechan.
Engin. Proc., 1896, 92-94.

Clark, Donald. Minerals of eastern Gippsland. Aust. Ass.
Eep., 1892, 285-289.

Bemarks on the fineness and distribution of gold in

north Gippsland. Aust. Ass. Eep., 1893, 332-337.
The roasting and treatment by chlorine of Gippsland
auriferous ores. [1898.] Victoria Eoy. Soc. Proc., 11,
[1899], 1-13.

Notes on the solubility of gold-silver alloys in cyanide



of potassium solutions. [1898.] Victoria Eoy. Soc. Proc.,
11, [1899], 147-151.
Clark, Donald, & Dennant, John. See Dennant & Clark.



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Clark, E. S. A case of injury to the ear by a stroke of

lightning, with perforation of the membrana tympani.

Arch. Otol., 21, 1892, 34-35.
Clark, Edmund. Method of determining chromium in

chrome ore. Amer. Chem. Soc. Jl., 17, 1895, 327-

330.
Clark, Edioard Vincent. Notes on the geology of the

Ninety-Mile desert. S. Aust. Roy. Soc. Trans., 20, 1896,

110-117.
Geological notes on the cliffs separating Aldinga and

Myponga bays. [1899.] S. Aust. Boy. Soc. Trans., 24,

1900, 1-5.
Clark, Edwin. For biography and works see Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 55, 1895, 190-192 ; Inst. Civ. Engin. Proc.,

120, 1895, 344-354; Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 21, 1895,

74-75.

Eotating thermometers. Nature, 30, 1884, 32-33.

Barrenness of the Pampas. Nature, 31, 1885, 263-

264, 339.
Clark, Edwin P. Standards of linear measure. School

of Mines Quarterly, N. Y., 14, 1893, 112-133, 192-211.
Clark, Ellis. Notes on the progress of mining in China.

[1890.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 19, 1891,

571-595.
The silver-mines of Lake Valley, New Mexico.

[1894.] Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 24, 1895,

138-167.

Clark, Ernest, & Young, George. See Young & Clark.
Clark, Frederick] Le Gros. For biography and works see

Med.-Chir. Trans., 76, 1893, 17-18; Eoy. Soc. Proc., 56,

1894, i-iii.

Some remarks on nervous exhaustion and on vaso-

motor action. Jl. Anat. Physiol., 18, 1884, 239-256.
Clark, Frank N. Eeport of experiments for determining

the smallest amount of water in which young shad and

eggs can be kept. U. S. Fish Comm. Rep., 9, 1884,

783-786.
Report of work at the United States hatchery, North-

ville, Mich., 1881-82. U. S. Fish Comm. Rep., 9, 1884,

1037-1062.
Report of operations at the Northville and Alpena

(Mich.) stations, for the season of 1882-83. U. S. Fish

Comm. Rep., 10, 1884, 813-838; 11, 1885, 975-988; 12,

1886, 151-167; 13, 1887, 121-129; 14, 1889, 729-736.
Notes on experiments in penning shad and taking

eggs at Battery station, Havre de Grace, Md., in 1883.

U. S. Fish Comm. Rep., 11, 1885, 1045-1050.
Clark, Franklin S. The distillation of pine wood in the

South. School of Mines Quarterly, N. Y., 9, 1888,

162-177.
Clark, Frederick Noad. Photographing the eggs of Lepi-

doptera. Ent. Record, 12, 1900, 281-282.

On the ova of Lepidoptera. [1901.] S. London Ent.

Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1900, 46-50.
Clark, Frederick W. Some tests of the relative strength

of nitre-glycerine and other explosives. Amer. Inst.

Min. Engin. Trans., 18, 1890, 515-528.
Clark, G. M. On a direct reading form of platinum

thermometer. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1894, 758.
The measurement of temperature : an application of

the measurement of resistance. [1896-97.] Electrician,

38, 1897, 175-177, 241-243, 273-275, 371-372, 747-748.
Clark, G. M., & Griffiths, Earnest] H[oivard]. See

Griffiths & Clark.
Clark, Gaylord P. Ueber Gleichgewichtsphanomene in

gewissen Crustaceen. [1894.] Centrbl. Physiol., 8,

1895, 626-631.

On the relation of the otocysts to equilibrium pheno-
mena in Galasimus pugilator and Platyonichus ocellatus.
[1896.] Jl. Physiol., 19, 1895-96, 327-343.

On certain characteristics of the pressure sensations

of the human skin. [1897.] Amer. Jl. Physiol., 1, 1898,
xi-xii, 346-358.



Clark, George. Results of observations of the Leonid
meteors of 1899 as seen from the Royal Observatory,
Edinburgh. [1899.] Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 60, 1900,
169-172.

Clark, George B[assett], For biography see Astr. & Astro-
phys., 11, 1892, 367-372; Amer. Ac. Proc., 27, 1893,
360-363.

Clark, George B[asse], & Rogers, William A[ugustus'].
See Rogers & Clark.

Clark, George Thomas. For biographical notice and works
see Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 54, 1898, Ixxvii.

Clark, H. Martyn. Remarks on malaria and acclimatisa-
tion. [1892.] Scott. Geogr. Mag., 9, 1893, 281-302.

Clark, Harry W. Physical and chemical properties of
sands, with special reference to the nitration of water.
Massachusetts Brd. of Health Rep., 26, 1895, 701-710.

Experiments upon the purification of sewage and
water at the Lawrence Experiment Station, during the
year[s] 1895[-99]. Massachusetts Brd. of Health Rep.,
27, 1896, 443-581; 28, 1897, 425-578 ; 29, 1898, 393-505;
30, 1899, 431-537 ; 31, 1900, 415-533.

An investigation of the action of water upon lead, tin
and zinc, with especial reference to the use of lead pipes
with Massachusetts water supplies. Massachusetts Brd.
of Health Rep., 30, 1899, 539-585.

Recent work on sewage purification involving Bacteria.

[1899.] Science, 11, 1900, 457.

The occurrence of iron in ground waters and experi-
ments upon methods of removal. Massachusetts Brd.
of Health Rep., 31, 1900, 535-553.

Clark, Harry W., & Gage, S. D. M. The significance of
the appearance of Bacillus coli communis in filtered
water. [1899.] Science, 11, 1900, 457-458.

Clark, Hairy W., & Hazen, Allen. See Hazen & Clark.

Clark, Henry E. On caisson disease, with some specu-
lations as to its causation. Glasgow Med. Jl., 40, 1893,
17-28.

Clark, Howard L. The preparatory stages of Calocampa
cineritia (Grote). Amer. Natlist,, 20, 1886, 168-169.

Preparatory stages of Catocala relicta, Walk. Canad.

Ent., 20, 1888, 17-20.

Clark, Hubert Lyman. The Canada jay in southern
Vermont in summer. Auk, 4, 1887, 256.

Coccothraustes vespertina at Amherst, Massachusetts.
Auk, 7, 1890, 210.

A neglected branch of ornithology. Auk, 10, 1893,

93-94.
Geographical variation in birds. Science, 21, 1893, 37.

Speed of flight of birds. Science, 21, 1893, 38.

The evolution and use of the aftershaft in birds.

Science, 21, 1893, 160-161.
The pterylography of the pileated woodpecker (Ceo-

phkeus pileatus). Science, 22, 1893, 302-303.

Botanical notes from western Pennsylvania. Science,



22, 1893, 329-330.

A peculiar flora in Chicago. Science, 22, 1893, 330.

High plumage in the ptarmigan. Auk, 11, 1894, 177.

The pterylography of certain American goatsuckers

and owls. U. S. Mus. Proc., 17, 1895, 551-572.
The viviparous Synapta of the West Indies, Zool.

Anz., 19, 1896, 398-400.
Synapta vivipara : a contribution to the morphology

of echinoderms. [1897.] Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Mem.,

5, 1895-1904, 53-88.
The echinoids and asteroids of Jamaica. [1898.]

Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [18 (1898-99)], 4-6.
Notes on Bermuda echinoderms. [1898-99.] N. Y.

Ac. Ann., 11, 1898, 407-413; 12, 1899-1900, 117-138.
Sea cucumbers. [1896.] Jamaica Inst. Jl., 2, 1899,

215.
Notes on the life history of Synapta vivipara, Oerstedt.

[1896.] Jamaica Inst. JL, 2, 1899, 278-282.
The number of rectrices in grouse. Auk, 16, 1899, 181.



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Additions to the flora of Amherst, Massachusetts.

Ehodora, 1, 1899, 164-165.
The feather tracts of North American grouse and

quail. U. S. Mus. Proc., 21, 1899, 641-653.
The holothurians of the Pacific coast of North

America. [1900.] Science, 13, 1901, 377.
Clark, Hubert Lyman, & Conant, F[ranklin] S[tory]. See

Conant & Clark.
Clark, J[ohn] A[dolplms~\. Notes on some varieties of

Triphsena comes, H6. = orbona, Fb. Entomologist, 22,

1889, 145-147.
Variation of Smerinthus Tiliae. [1891.] Ent. Record,

1, 1890-91, 327-329.

[The life-history of Triphsena subsequa.] Ent. Record,

2, 1891, 46-47.

Variety of Argynnis Aglaia. Ent. Record, 2, 1891,

265-266.
A melanic race of Liparis monacha. Ent. Record, 3,

1892, 222-224.
An instrument to he used as an aid for setting the

smaller species of Lepidoptera. [1895.] Ent. Record,

7, 1895-96, 107-108.

Oporabia filigrammaria, its aberrations and life-
history. [1896.] Ent. Record, 7, 1895-96, 289-292.

Aberration of Arctia Caia. Ent. Record, 10, 1898, 1.

Clark, J. F. On the toxic effect of deleterious agents on

the germination and development of certain filamentous

fungi. Bot. Gaz., 28, 1899, 289-327, 378-404.
Electrolytic dissociation and toxic effect. Jl. Phys.

Chem., 3, 1899, 263-316.
On the assimilation of some organic substances by

plants. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1900, 274-275.
Clark, J. G. Ursprung, Wachsthum und Ende des Corpus

luteum nach Beobachtungen "am Ovarium des Schweines

und des Menschen. Arch. Anat. Physiol. (Anat. Abth.),

1898, 95-134.
Clark, J. M. *Some thoughts on thermotics. [1883.]

Canad. Inst. Proc., 2, 1884, 36-49.
The luminiferous ether. [1889.] Canad. Inst. Trans. ,

2, 1892, 93-97.
Clark, J[oseph] W[arner]. For biographical notice see

London Phys. Soc. Proc., 7, 1886 (Ann. Meet., 1886),

10-12.
To reference in No. 4 (Vol. 9) add Phil. Mag., 17,

1884, 24-27.

Civilisation and eyesight. Nature, 31, 1885, 433.

On a radiant energy recorder. Nature, 32, 1885, 233-

234.
On the influence of pressure on certain cases of

electrical conduction and decomposition. Phil. Mag.,

20, 1885, 435-438.
On the determination of the heat-capacity of a

thermometer. [1885.] London Phys. Soc. Proc., 7,

1886, 113-117; Phil. Mag., 20, 1885, 48-51.
On certain cases of electrolytic decomposition. [1885.]

London Phys. Soc. Proc., 7, 1886, 118-129; Phil. Mag.,

20, 1885, 37-47, 438-439.
Clark, J[psepK] W[arner], & Lodge, Oliver J[oseph]. See

Lodge & Clark.
Clark, Jacob M. The true gravimetric constant. Van

Nostrand's Engin. Mag., 32, 1885, 200-201.
Clark, James. Ueber den Einfluss niederer Sauerstoff-

pressungen auf die Bewegungen des Protoplasmas.

Vorlaufige Mittheilung. Deutsch. Bot. Ges. Ber., 6,

1888, 273-280.
Protoplasmic movements and their relation to oxygen

pressure. [1889.] Roy. Soc. Proc., 46, 1890, 370-371.
Natural relations between temperature and proto-
plasmic movements. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1892, 760.
Experimental observations on the function of the

nucleus in the vegetable cell. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1892, 761.
On lime salts in relation to some physiological pro-
cesses in the plant. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1893, 818.



Clark, James Edmund. [The remarkable sunsets.] [1883-

84.] Nature, 29, 1884, 130-131, 225, 286; 30, 1884,

488-489, 607.

[Iridescent clouds.] [1884.] Nature, 31, 1885, 148-149.
Slate ripples on Skiddaw High Man. Nature, 36,

1887, 388.
Thunderstorm and whirlwind at York, Saturday,

March 8th, 1890. Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 16, 1890,

169-177.
The wind-rush at York. Yorks. Phil. Soc. Rep., 1890,

43-55.
The height of the nacreous cloud of January 30.

Nature, 46, 1892, 127-128.

A solar halo. Nature, 46, 1892, 222-223.

The Perseids. Nature, 46, 1892, 442.

Reflection on valley fog. Nature, 46, 1892, 514.

A gynandrous flower-head. Science, 20, 1892, 207.

Daylight meteor, March 18. Nature, 48 (1893), 54.

Soot-figures on ceilings. Nature, 48 (1893), 77.

An instructive illusion. Science, 22, 1893, 179.

Sunspot periods and the York rainfall. Yorks. Phil.

Soc. Rep., 1893, 33-35.
Fifty years of rainfall records. A caution against too

hasty conclusions. Yorks. Phil. Soc. Rep., 1894, 25-34.

The aurora of March 13. [1895.] Nature, 51 (1894-



95), 517-518.
The nine-weeks' frost.



Yorks. Phil. Soc. Rep., 1895,
[1896.] Nature, 53 (1895-96),



30-35.

An unusual meteor.

437.
Note on the January high barometer. Yorks. Phil.

Soc. Rep., 1896, 36-37.
"Luminous clouds," or aurora? Nature, 58 (1898),

546.
Late appearance of a humming-bird moth. [1900.]

Nature, 63 (1900-01), 58.
On the leonid showers. [1899.] Croydon Micr. Club

Proc. & Trans., 5, 1903, xxviii-xxxii.
Clark, James Edmund, & Herschel, A\lexander~\ S[tewart].

*The great detonating meteor of 1879, February 24.

Observatory, London, 3, 1880, 303-309, 337-343.
Clark, James Edmund, Noble, T. S., & Johnson, (Rev.) W.

See Noble, Clark & Johnson. . -

Clark, John. *A new process for the separation of nickel

and cobalt. [1883.] Glasgow Phil. Soc. Proc., 15, 1884,

183-186.
On the composition of tobacco. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl.,

3, 1884, 554-556.
A new process for the estimation of sulphur in pyrites.

Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 4, 1885, 329-330.
On the estimation of sulphur in pyrites. Soc. Chem.

Ind. Jl., 4, 1885, 573-574.
New methods of estimating arsenic in pyrites, etc.

Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 6, 1887, 352-354.
On the estimation of phosphoric acid with nitrate of

silver. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 7, 1888, 311-312.
On the direct estimation of arsenic in minerals,

metals, etc. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 10, 1891, 444-445.
Separation of arsenic, antimony and tin. Chem. Soc.

JL, 61, 1892, 424-431.
New methods of estimating chromium in ferro-

chromium and steel. Soc. Chem. Ind. JL, 11, 1892,

501-504.
FLEITMANN'S test with arsenic acid. Chem. Soc. JL,

63, 1893, 884-885.
Improvements in REINSCH'S test for arsenic. Chem.

Soc. JL, 63, 1893, 886-889.
The use of sodium peroxide as an analytical agent.

Chem. Soc. JL, 63, 1893, 1079-1083.
On the estimation of chromium in steel. Soc. Chem.



Ind. JL, 12, 1893, 340-341.
Detection of arsenic in alkaline solution.
Chem. Soc. Proc., 9, 1895, 119.



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Estimation of antimony in ores and metals, etc. Soc.
Chem. Ind. JL, 15, 1896, 255-257.

Estimation of nickel and zinc as phosphate. Soc.
Chem. Ind. Jl., 15, 1896, 866-868.

Separation of bismuth from lead. Soc. Chem. Ind.



JL, 19, 1900, 26-27.
Analysis of copper, etc. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 19, 1900,

27-28.

Clark, John, & McGhie, Thomas B. See McGhie & Clark.
Clark, John Anson, & Nichols, Edward L. See Nichols

& Clark.
Clark, John N. Nesting of the little black rail in

Connecticut. Auk, 1, 1884, 393-394.
Eemarks about the white bellied nuthatch (Sitta

caroliuensis). Ztschr. Gesam. Ornith., 1, 1884, 80-83.

Nesting of the black-throated green warbler. Ornith.

Ool., 12, 1887, 22-23.
The number of eggs in a set of certain species.

Ornith. Ool., 12, 1887, 173-174.
The corn crake in Connecticut. Ornith. Ool., 13,

1888, 45-46.

The white-throated warbler at Say brook, Conn.



Ornith. Ool., 14, 1889, 119.

Nesting of the yellow-throated Vireo.



Ornith. Ool..
15, 1890, 69-70.

Nesting of the sharp-shinned hawk. Ornith. Ool.,
17, 1892, 27-28.

Summer redbird at Saybrook, Conn. Auk, 12, 1895,
306.

Clark, John Willis. On a sea-lion from the east coast of
Australia (Otaria cinerea, Peron). Zool. Soc. Proc.,
1884, 188-196.

On the skeleton of Ehytina gigas lately acquired for
the Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, with
some account of the history and extinction of the animal.
Cambridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 6, 1889, 340-342.

The foundation and early years of the Society.

Cambridge Phil. Soc. Proc., 7, 1892, i-xl.

Clark, Josiah H. Notes on the nesting of PALMER'S
thrasher at El Plomo, Sonora, Mexico. Auk, 15, 1898,
272-274.

Nest of long-billed marsh wren lined with a snake

skin. Auk, 16, 1899, 281.

Notes on the nesting of the blue-throated humming-
bird. Auk, 17, 1900, 294.

Clark, Judson F. A new Volutella. Torrey Bot. Club
Bull., 26, 1899, 617-620.

Clark, L. J. The formation of Toronto Island. [1890.]
Canad. Inst. Trans., 1, 1891, 239-246.

Lake currents. [1892.] Canad. Inst. Trans., 3, 1893,

275-280.

Clark, L. Pierce. Herpes zoster following the administra-
tion of arsenic in a case of epilepsy. N. Y. Med. Jl., 65,
1897, 803.

A study upon the disordered consciousness of epilepsy.
N. Y. Med. Jl., 66, 1897, 351-355.

Phocomelus of the humerus in epilepsy as a stigma

of degeneration. With report of two cases. [1898.]
N. Y. Med. JL, 69, 1899, 657-661.

Clark, [Josiah'] Latimer. For biography and works see
Elect. Kev., 43, 1898, 663-664; Elektrotechn. Ztschr.,
19, 1898, 777-778; Jl. Telegr., 22, 1898, 278; Leopoldina,
34, 1898, 170; Science, 8, 1898, 704-705; Astr. Soc.
Month. Not., 59, 1899, 219-221; Electrician, 42, 1899,
33; Inst. Civ. Engin. Proc., 137, 1899, 418-423; Inst.
Elect. Engin. JL, 27, 1899, 646-647, 649-651; 28, 1899,
667-672 ; London Phys. Soc. Proc., 16, 1899 (Ann. Meet.,
1899), 9-10; Nature, 59 (1898-99), 38.

*0n the effects of external pressure on insulation.

Telegr. JL, 1, 1864, 122-123.

*0n the measurement of electrical tension. Telegr.
JL, 2, 1864, 39-40.

Electrical nomenclature. Electrician, 15, 1885, 60-61.



- Le te'legraphe phonopore. JL Telegr. , 11, 1887, 62-64.
The telephone suggested in 1854. Electrician, 25,

1890, 755.

Testing for colour blindness. Nature, 42, 1890, 147.

Clark, Lyonel [Edwin]. The metamorphoses of the silver

image. Photogr. JL, 12, 1888, 106-108.
Eecent improvements in docks and docking appliances.

[1896.] Naval Architects Trans., 38, 1897, 22-43.
Clark, M . Symonds. Polytelis Alexandras, or the Princess

of Wales parrakeet. [1891.] Victorian Natlist., 8, 1892,

90-91.
Clark, Mary E., & Kastle, J[oseph] H[oeing~\. See Kf.stle

& Clark.
Clark, N. B. Petroleum as a source of emergency power

for war-ships. Franklin Inst. JL, 117, 1884, 341-347.
Clark, N. D. On the crystallization of 2CsCl, RuCl 3 NO,

2H and 2RbCl, EuCl.jNO, 2H 0. Amer. Chem. Soc.

J1.,"16, 1894, 395-396.
Clark, Percy. The encroaching sea on the east coast.

Essex Natlist., 10, 1898, 297-299, 355-359.
[The black-headed gulls in Essex.] [1898-99.] Essex



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