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Natlist., 10, 1898, 388-393; 11, 1900, 184-190.
A note on the gullery in Hamford waters, Essex.

Essex Natlist., 11, 1900, 312-313.
Clark, Richard. A remarkable meteor. Nature, 40, 1889,

573.
Clark, S. S., & Franklin, William S. See Franklin &

Clark.
Clark, T[homas] H. The addition-products of benzo- and

of toluquinone. Amer. Chem. JL, 14 (1892), 553-576.
Clark, T[homas] H., & Michael, Arthur. See Michael &

Clark.

Clark, T. Herbert. Brilliant meteor. Nature, 40, 1889, 35.
Clark, T. M. *Badly crystallized wrought iron. Science,

1, 1883, 169.
Clark, Thomas. Volcanic rocks of Cornwall. [1884.]

Cornwall Eoy. Inst. JL, 8, 1886, 213-214.

Roads and road metalling. Cornwall Polyt. Soc. Rep.,

1886, 103-110.

The basal wrecks and remnants of extinct volcanoes,

along the south-west coast of Cornwall. Cornwall Roy.

Inst. JL, 9, 1889, 449-459.
Mineralogy of the rocks lying between the Black

Head and Porthallow, N.E. of the Lizard district.

[1889-91.] Cornwall Eoy. Inst. JL, 10, 1891, 176-184,

393-398.

Paper and sketch map of Cornwall, shewing the



locality of various rocks possessing power to deflect the
magnetic needle. [1891.] Cornwall Roy. Inst. JL, 11,
1895, 280-284.

Basaltic columns in west Devon. [1895.] Cornwall

Eoy. Inst. JL, 13, 1899, 128.

Clark, Thomas (et alii). Shipboard galvanometers.
[Correspondence.] Electrician, 35, 1895, 335, etc.

Clark, W. F., & Hughes, Herbert W. A general descrip-
tion of the South Staffordshire coal-field, south of the
Bentley fault, and the methods of working the ten-yard
or thick coal. [1891. J Fed. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans.,
3, 1892, 25-49.

Clark, W[illiam] S[mith]. For biography and works see
Amer. Ac. Proc., 21, 1886, 520-523; Bot. Gaz., 11, 1886,
181-182.

Clark, William Bullock. On the geology of a region in
northern Tyrol, together with descriptions of new species
of fossils. [1887.] Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., 7 (1887-
88), 67-69.

A new ammonite which throws additional light upon

the geological position of the Alpine Ehaetic. Amer. JL
Sci., 35, 1888, 118-120.

On three geological excursions made during the months

of October and November, 1887, into the southern
counties of Maryland. [1888.] Johns Hopkins Univ.
Circ., 7 (1887-88), 65-67.



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Discovery of fossil-bearing Cretaceous strata in Anne

Arundel and Prince George counties, Maryland. [1889.]
Johns Hopkins Univ. Giro. , 8 (1888-89), 20-21.

On the Tertiary deposits of the Cape Fear Eiver

region. [1889.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 1, 1890, 537-
540.

Third annual geological expedition into southern

Maryland and Virginia. [1890.] Johns Hopkins Univ.
Circ., [9 (1889-90)], 69-71.

The geological features of Gay Head, Mass. [1890.]

Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [10 (1890-91)], 28.
A revision of the Cretaceous Echinoidea of North

America. [1891.] Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [10

(1890-91)], 75-77.

Report of the scientific expedition into southern Mary-
land. Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [10 (1890-91)], 105-

108.
Correlation papers. Eocene. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull.,

No. 83, 1891, 173 pp.
A preliminary report on the Cretaceous and Tertiary

formations of New Jersey with especial reference to

Monmouth and Middlesex counties. N. Jersey Geol.

Surv. Rep., 1892, 167-245.
Cretaceous and Tertiary geology. Report of progress.

N. Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep'., 1893, 329-355.
The Mesozoic Echinodermata of the United States.

U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 97, 1893, 207 pp.
Origin and classification of the Greensands of New

Jersey. Jl. Geol. (Chicago), 2, 1894, 161-177.
[Administrative] report. [1895.] U. S. Geol. Surv.

Rep. , 1893-94, 157.
Cretaceous deposits of the northern half of the Atlantic

coastal plain. [1894.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 6, 1895,

479-482.

The marginal development of the Miocene in eastern

New Jersey. [1894.] Science, 1, 1895, 66.

Description of the geological excursions made during

the spring of 1895. [1895.] Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ.,

[15 (1895-96)], 1-3.
Two new brachiopods from the Cretaceous of New

Jersey. [1895.] Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [15 (1895-

96)], 3.
Contributions to the Eocene fauna of the middle

Atlantic slope. [1895.] Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ.,

[15 (1895-96)], 3-6.

Additional observations upon the Miocene (Chesa-
peake) deposits of New Jersey. [1895.] Johns Hopkins

Univ. Circ., [15 (1895-96)], 6-8.
The Potomac river section of the middle Atlantic

coast Eocene. Amer. Jl. Sci., 1, 1896, 365-374.
The Eocene deposits of the middle Atlantic slope in

Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. U. S. Geol. Surv.

Bull., No. 141, 1896, 167 pp.
Establishment and plan of operation of the Survey of

Maryland. Maryland Geol. Surv., 1, 1897, 21-42.
Historical sketch embracing an account of the progress

of investigation concerning the physical features and

natural resources of Maryland. Maryland Geol. Surv.,

1, 1897, 43-138.
Outline of present knowledge of the physical features

of Maryland, embracing an account of the physiography,

geology and mineral resources. Maryland Geol. Surv.,

1, 1897, 139-228.
Report upon the Upper Cretaceous formations. N.

Jersey Geol. Surv. Rep., 1897, 161-210.
Administrative report containing an account of the

operations of the Survey during 1896 and 1897, and

additional legislation. Maryland Geol. Surv., 2, 1898,

25-43.
Introduction, including an account of the organization

and conduct of highway investigations by the Maryland

Geological Survey. Maryland Geol. Surv., 3, 1899, 27-

46.



The relations of Maryland topography, climate and

geology to highway construction. Maryland Geol. Surv.,

3, 1899, 47-106.

Clark, William Bullock, & Bibbins, Arthur. The strati-
graphy of the Potomac group of Maryland. Jl. Geol.

(Chicago), 5, 1897, 479-506.
Clark, William Bullock, & Shattuck, George Burbank.

The geology of the sand hills of New Jersey. [1897.]

Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [16 (1896-97)], 13-16.
Clark, William Bullock, & Williams, George Huntington.

See Williams & Clark.
Clark, William Bullock, Bagg, Eufus Mather, & Shattuck,

George Burbank. Upper Cretaceous formations of New

Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. [1896.] Amer. Geol.

Soc. Bull., 8, 1897, 315-358.
Clark, William Henry. Examination of commercial

samples of wood alcohol. Amer. Jl. Pharm., 59, 1887,

605-606.
Grindelia robusta and Grindelia squarrosa. Amer.

Jl. Pharm., 60, 1888, 433-441.
Clark, Xenos [Young]. For biographical notice see Amer.

Natlist., 23, 1889, 749-750.
Clarke, A. W. On the mineral scolecite occurring on

granite, Charters Towers. [1887.] Queensland Roy.

Soc. Proc., 4, [1888], 109-110, 112-113.
Note on the occurrence of triclinic felspars in the

granite of Charters Towers. [1887.] Queensland Roy.

Soc. Proc., 4, [1888], 131-132.
Petrological notes on two samples of rock from New

Guinea. [1890.] Queensland, Ann. Rep. Brit. N. Guinea,

1888-89, 53-54.
Clarke, Arthur H. Description and measurements of some

Mallicolo crania. [1898.] Tasmania Roy. Soc. Proc.,

1898-99, 106-114.
Clarke, Arthur H., & Harper, Walter R. See Harper

& Clarke.
Clarke, Benjamin. For biographical notice and works see

Jl. Bot., 28, 1890, 84-86.
*0n the foliage and inflorescence of the genera

Phyllanthus and Xylophylla. Brit. Assoc. Rep., 1846

(Sect.), 91.
Notes on Lightia and Erisma. Jl. Bot., 24, 1886,

82-83.
On the position of the raphe in Endodesmia. Jl.

Bot., 25, 1887, 156.
Clarke, G. K. Notes on some Ontario birds. Auk, 14,

1897, 410-411.

Notes from Ontario. Auk, 15, 1898, 274-275.

Breeding habits of the solitary sandpiper (Totanus

solitarius). Auk, 15, 1898, 328-329.
The g^een heron breeding in Ontario. Auk, 16, 1899,

351-352.
Clarke, Charles Baron. *Symbolae ad floram Brasilia

centralis cognoscendam, edit. Eug. WARMING. Particula

xxvii. Annotationes ad Commelynaceas in his symbolis

(part, xiii, Videnskab. Meddel. 1872) a beato SKUBEKT

determinatas. Kjtfbenh. Vid. Medd., 4, 1883, 137-139.
On the Indian species of Cyperus ; with remarks on

some others that specially illustrate the subdivisions of

the genus. [1884.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 21, 1886, 1-

202.
Botanic notes from Darjeeling to Tonglo and Sun-

dukphoo. [1885.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 21, 1886, 384-

391.

Notes on the flora of Parasnath, a mountain of north-
western Bengal. Linn. Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 21, 1886, 252-255.
Botanical observations made in a journey to the Naga

Hills (between Assam and Muneypore). [1886.] Linn.

Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 22, 1887, 128-136.
Eleocharis, JR. Br. Species in Europa vigentes. Jl.

Bot., 25, 1887, 267-271.
On Panicum supervacuum, n. sp. [1887.] Linn.

Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 24, 1888, 407-408.






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On Acalypha indica, Linn. [1888.] Ann. Bot., 1,

1887-88, 359-360.

Boot-pressure. Jl. Bot., 26, 1888, 201-204.

The cultivation of rice in Bengal. Kew Bull., 1888,

284-291.
An abnormal epigynous Cyperacea. [1889.] Ann.

Bot., 3, 1889-90, 267-268.

A Perthshire orchid. Jl. Bot., 27, 1889, 250-251.

On the plants of Kohima and Muneypore. [1887.]

Linn. Soc. JL (Bot.), 25, 1890, 1-107.

Cyperus jeminicus, Eottb. Jl. Bot., 28, 1890, 18-19.

Epilobium Duriaei, J. Gay, a new (?) English plant.

Jl. Bot., 29, 1891, 225-228; 30, 1892, 78-81.

On Holoschoenus, Link. Jl. Bot., 30, 1892, 321-323.

On biologic regions and tabulation areas. [1892.]

Phil. Trans. (B), 183, 1893, 371-387.

Collectors' numbers. Jl. Bot., 31, 1893, 135-138.

The abnormal spring. Jl. Bot., 31, 1893, 182-183.

Zoological regions. Nature, 50 (1894), 7.

On certain authentic Cyperaceae of LINNAEUS. [1894.]

Linn. Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 30, 1895, 299-315.

Khasia. Scott. Geogr. Mag., 11, 1895, 366.
New East African Cyperacea?. Jl. Bot., 34, 1896,

224-226.
List of British Cyperaceae (excluding Carex). Jl. Bot.,

34, 1896, 415-417.
Distribution of three sedges. Jl. Bot., 35, 1897, 71-

73.
On the subsubareas of British India, illustrated by

the detailed distribution of the Cyperaces in that Empire.

[1898.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 34, 1898-1900, 1-146.
[Materiaux pour la flore du Congo.] Commelinaceae.

[Cyperaceae.] Belg. Soc. Bot. Bull., 38, 1899 (G. R.),

220; 39, 1900 (C. R.), 37.

On Carex Wahlenbergiana, Boott. [1899.] Linn.



Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 34, 1898-1900, 295-299.
Impatiens glandulifera, Royle. Jl. Bot., 38, 1900,

278.

See also Kew, Royal Gardens.

Clarke, Charles Baron, & Baker, John Gilbert. Supple-
mentary note on the ferns of northern India. [1887.]

Linn. Soc. Jl. (Bot.), 24, 1888, 408-418.
Clarke, Charles H., & Smith, Edijar F\ahs\. The electro-
lytic oxidation of succinic acid. Amer. Chem. Soc. Jl.,

21, 1899, 967-972.

Clarke, Charles L. HALLEY'S chart of magnetic decli-
nations. Nature, 52 (1895), 343; 54 (1896), 126.
Clarke, Cora H. Caddis- worms of Stony Brook. [1891.]

Psyche, 6, 1893, 153-158.
Clarke, E. S., Herrick, C[larence] L[uther], & Deming,

J. L. See Herrick, Clarke & Deming.
Clarke, Eliot C. Becord of tests of cement made for

Boston main drainage works, 1878-84. Amer. Soc.

Civ. Engin. Trans., 14, 1885, 141-170.
Clarke, Ernest. Malformation of heart. London Path.

Soc. Trans., 36, 1885, 178.
La reunion des plaies corneennes. Ann. d'Oculist.,

122, 1899, 220.
Clarke, Ernest. The foundation of the Boyal Agricultural

Society. Agr. Soc. Jl., 1, 1890, 1-19.
Clarke, Eugene C. Cocaine, and its uses in dental surgery.

Brit. Jl. Dental Sci., 29, 1886, 1038-1039.
Clarke, F. E. On two new globe-fish. [1896.] N. Zealand

Inst. Trans., 29, 1897, 243-250.
Notes on the occurrence of a species of Lophotes on

the coast of Taranaki. [1896.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans.,

29, 1897, 251-252.
Note on occurrence of Begalecus argenteus on the

Taranaki coast. [1897.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 30,

1898, 254-266.
Notes on New Zealand Galaxidaa, more especially

those of the western slopes; with descriptions of new

species, etc. N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 31, 1899, 78-91.



On Exocoetus ilma : a new species of flying-fish.

N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 31, 1899, 92-96.

Notes on parore (the mangrove fish). N. Zealand

Inst. Trans., 31, 1899, 96-101.

Clarke, (Col.) Francis Coningsby Hannam. For biographical
notice see Chem. Soc. Jl., 65, 1894, 383-384.

Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth. *Some specific gravity
determinations. [1883.] Amer. Chem. Jl. , 5 (1883-84),
240-241.
*A new form of battery-cell. Science, 1, 1883, 485.

A recalculation of the atomic weights. Chem. News,

49, 1884, 4-6, 19-21, 32, 42-44, 54-55, 64-65, 76-77,
89-91, 99-101, 112-113, 132-133, 145-146, 151-155,
164-165, 174-175, 186, 197-198, 219-220, 231-233, 239-
241, 249-251, 260-262, 273-274, 282-284; 50, 1884, 7-9,
21-22, 28-30, 39-40, 51-52, 62-63, 74-75, 87-90.

[Administrative reports. Division of Chemistry.]



[1885-95.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Bep., 1883-84, 59-62;
1884-85, 86-88; 1885-86, 127-130; 1886-87, 189-193;
1887-88, 141-143; 1888-89 (Ft. 1), 177-181; 1889-90
(Pt. 1), 125-127; 1890-91 (Pt. 1), 127-129; 1891-92
(Pt. 1), 159-162; 1892-93 (Pt. 1), 267-268; 1893-94,
195-196.

The minerals of Litchfield, Maine. Amer. Jl. Sci.,
31, 1886, 262-272; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 42,
1887, 28-38.

The meteorite collection in the U. S. National Museum :
a catalogue of meteorites represented November 1, 1886.
Smithsonian Bep., 1886 (U. S. Nat. Mus. Rep.), 255-265.

Beport[s] of work done in the Division of Chemistry



and Physics mainly during the fiscal year[s] 1884-[93].
U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 27, 1886, 80pp.; No. 42,
1887, 152 pp.; No. 55, 1889, 96 pp.; No. 60, 1890,
174 pp. ; No. 64, 1890, 60 pp. ; No. 78, 1891, 131 pp. ;
.Mo. 90, 1892, 77 pp. ; No. 113, 1893, 115 pp.

Topaz from Stoneham, Maine. U. S. Geol. Surv.
Bull., No. 27, 1886, 9-15.

Studies in the mica group. Amer. Jl. Sci., 34, 1887,
131-137; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 55, 1889, 13-18.

A note on saccharin. [1887.] Johns Hopkins Univ.



Circ., [6] (1886-87), 81.
Besearches on the lithia micas.



U. S. Geol. Surv.
Bull., No. 42, 1887, 11-27.

The chemical structure of the natural silicates. Amer.
Chem. Jl., 10 (1888), 120-128; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull.,
No. 60, 1890, 13-20.

Some nickel ores from Oregon. Amer. Jl. Sci., 35,
1888, 483-488; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 60, 1890,
21-26.

The constants of nature. Part i. A table of specific



gravity for solids and liquids. New edition. Bevised
and enlarged. Smithsonian Miscell. Coll., 32, 1888,
Art. 1, xi + 409 pp.

Chemistry for 1887 and 1888. Smithsonian Bep.,
1888, 425-453.

The chemical constitution of the mica group. Amer.
Ass. Proc., 1889, 178.

A new occurrence of gyrolite. Amer. Jl. Sci., 38,



1889, 128-129; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 64, 1890,
22-23.

A theory of the mica group. Amer. Jl. Sci., 38, 1889,

384-393; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 64, 1890, 9-19.
Analysis of jade. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 60,

1890, 123-127.

Mineralogical notes. [*Petalite from Peru, Maine.



Spessartite from Amelia county, Va. Oligoclase from
Bakersville, N. C. Willemite from the Trotter mine,
Franklin, N. J.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 60, 1890,
129-130.

Table of atomic weights. [1890.] Chem. News, 63,

1891, 76-77.

On the question of concordance in atomic weight

determinations. Amer. Chem. Jl., 13 (1891), 34-37.



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The fractional analysis of silicates. Amer. Chem.
Soc. JL, 13, 1891, 277-283.

The relative abundance of the chemical elements.
[1889.] Washington Phil. Soc. Bull., 11, 1892, 131-142;
U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 78, 1891, 34-42.

TSCHEBMAK'S theory of the chlorite group and its
alternative. Amer. Jl. Sci., 43, 1892, 190-200 ; Ztschr.
Anorg. Chem., 1, 1892, 263-276; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull.,
No. 113, 1893, 11-21.

Note on the constitution of ptilolite and mordenite.
Amer. Jl. Sci., 44, 1892, 101-102.

[Concerning the name of the element columbium.]



Jl. Anal. Chem., 6, 1892, 582.

The constitution of the lithia micas. Amer. Chem.
Soc. Jl., 15, 1893, 245-250; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No.
113, 1893, 22-26.

Report[s] of Committee on Determinations of Atomic
Weight, published during 1893[-99]. Amer. Chem. Soc.
Jl., 16, 1894, 179-193; 17, 1895, 201-212; 18, 1896, 197-
214; 19, 1897, 359-369; 20, 1898, 163-173; 21, 1899,
200-214; 22, 1900, 70-80.

The constitution of the zeolites. Amer. Jl. Sci., 48,
1894, 187-193 ; Ztschr. Anorg. Chem., 7, 1894, 267-274.

An occurrence of anorthite and epidote. Amer. Jl.
Sci., 48, 1894, 429.

Note on a garnet from California. Amer. Jl. Sci., 50,



1895, 76-77.

The constitution of the silicates. U. S. Geol. Surv.
Bull., No. 125, 1895, 109 pp.

An empirical relation between melting-point and
critical temperature. Amer. Chem. Jl. , 18 (1896), 618-
621.

The constants of nature. Part v. A recalculation of
the atomic weights. New edition, revised and enlarged.
[1897.] Smithsonian Miscell. Coll., 38, 1898, Art. 5,
370 pp.

The alkaline reaction of some natural silicates. Amer.
Chem. Soc. JL, 20, 1898, 739-742; U. S. Geol. Surv.
Bull., No. 167, 1900, 156-158.

The constitution of tourmaline. Amer. Jl. Sci., 8,
1899, 111-121; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 167, 1900,
26-36.

Proposed international committee on atomic weights.
Brit. Ass. Rep., 1899, 703-705.

Chemistry in the United States. [1896.] Washington
Phil. Soc. Bull., 13, 1900, 183-204.

Contributions to chemistry and mineralogy from the



laboratory of the United States Geological Survey. U. S.

Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 167, 1900, 166 pp.
Analyses of rocks from the Laboratory of the United

States Geological Survey, 1880-99. U. S. Geol. Surv.

Bull., No. 168, 1900, 308 pp.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Catlett, Charles. A plati-

niferous nickel ore from Canada. Amer. Jl. Sci., 37,

1889, 372-374; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 64, 1890,

20-21.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Chatard, Thomas Marean.

Mineralogical notes from the Laboratory of the U. S.

Geological Survey. Amer. Jl. Sci., 28, 1884, 20-25.
A report of work done in the Washington laboratory

during the fiscal year 1883-84. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull.,

No. 9, 1884, 40 pp.

See also Chatard & Clarke.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Darton, Nelson Horatio.

On a hydromica from New Jersey. Amer. Jl. Sci., 7,

1899, 365-366; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 167, 1900,

154-155.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Diller, Joseph Silas.

Topaz from Stoneham, Maine. Amer. Jl. Sci., 29, 1885,

378-384.
Turquois from New Mexico. Amer. Jl. Sci., 32, 1886,

211-217; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 42, 1887, 39-44.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Evans, Charles Seth.



*Eesearches on the tartrates of antimony. [1883.]

Amer. Chem. Jl., 5 (1883-84), 241-250.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Hillebrand, William

Francis. Analysis of rocks with a chapter on analytical

methods, Laboratory of the United States Geological

Survey 1880 to 1896. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 148,

1897, 306 pp.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Joslin, 0[mar] T. *0n

some phosphides of iridium and platinum. [1883.]

Amer. Chem. JL, 5 (1883-84), 231-235.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Merrill, George P[erkins~\.

On nephrite and jadeite. [1888.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 11,

1889, 115-130, xi.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Schneider, Edward

A[dolph]. Experiments upon the constitution of the

natural silicates. Amer. JL Sci., 40, 1890, 303-312, 405-

415, 452-457; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 78, 1891, 11-

33; Ztschr. Kryst., 18, 1891, 390-418.

- Ueber die chemische Constitution des Talks. Berlin,
Chem. Ges. Ber., 23, 1890, 1537-1540.

- On the constitution of certain micas, vermiculites and
chlorites. Amer. Jl. Sci., 42, 1891, 242-251; Ztschr.
Kryst., 19, 1891,465-477; U. S..Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 90,
1892, 11-21.

- Experiments upon the constitution of certain micas
and chlorites. Amer. Jl. Sci., 43, 1892, 378-386 ; Ztschr.
Anorg. Chem., 1, 1892, 343-352; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull.,
No. 113, 1893, 27-33.

See also Schneider & Clarke.

Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, & Steiger, George. Experi-
ments relative to the constitution of pectolite, pyro-
phyllite, calamine and analcite. Amer. Jl. Sci., 8, 1899,
245-257; U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 167, 1900, 13-25.
The action of ammonium chloride upon analcite and
leucite. Amer. Jl. Sci., 9, 1900, 117-124 ; Chem. News,
81, 1900, 187-190; Ztschr. Anorg. Chem., 23, 1900, 135-
145.

The action of ammonium chloride upon natrolite,



scolecite, prehnite and pectolite. Amer. Jl. Sci. , 9, 1900,
345-351; Ztschr. Anorg. Chem., 24, 1900, 139-147.

Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, Hillebrand, William Franc is,
& Turner, Henry Ward. See Hillebrand, Turner &
Clarke.

Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth (et alii). Miscellaneous
analyses. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 27, 1886, 62-76;
No. 42, 1887, 136-149; No. 55, 1889, 77-93; No. 60,
1890, 149-174; No. 64, 1890, 40-60; No. 78, 1891, 119-
129; No. 90, 1892, 62-77; No. 113, 1893, 109-114.

Clarke, (Miss) Gertrude. On lichens. [1893.] Leicester
Soc. Trans., 3, 1895, 267-274.

Clarke, (Eev.) H. J. Evolution a revelation; or, the
universe unfolding in the process of time an eternal
purpose and an illimitable plan. [With discussion.]
[1887.] Victoria Inst. JL, 21, 1888, 276-301.

Clarke, Henry L. The philosophy of flower seasons.
Amer. Natlist., 27, 1893, 769-781.

- The meaning of tree-life. Amer. Natlist., 28, 1894,
465-472, 572-580.

The life-history of star systems. Popular Astr., 3,



1896, 489-519.

Clarke, Henry Shortridge. White variety of Rumia
cratsegata. Ent. Record, 3, 1892, 155.
The larvae of the eyed hawk moth. [1886.] Yn
Lioar Manninagh, 1, [1894], Pt. 1, 92-93.

- [Reports] of Entomological section. [1889-1900.]
Yn Lioar Manninagh, 1, [1894], Pt. 2, 61-63, 158-160,
265-269, 378-382; 2, [1895], 72-77, 206-209; 3, [1902],
24-26, 124-127, 291-294, 384-387, 492-496, 616-619.

- The Heterocera of the Isle of Man. [1891-92.] Yn
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A case of psorospermial cysts of the left kidney

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A litter of five kittens with congenital defects.

London Path. Soc. Trans., 43, 1892, 233-234.
A case of pseudo-hermaphroditism. [1892.] London

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Observations on the histology of the yaws tubercle.

[1892.] London Path. Soc. Trans., 44, 1893, 178-181.
Some observations on the temporal bone, chiefly in

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A critical survey of recent work bearing upon the

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