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Soc. Trans., 45, 1894, 244-245.

- On some so-called "cells of endogenous origin."
London Path. Soc. Trans., 45, 1894, 245-248.

- Some modes of cell division met with in a myxo-
sarcoma of the uterus. London Path. Soc. Trans., 45,
1894, 249-259.

- A note on variola and vaccinia.



[1894.] London
Path. Soc. Trans., 46, 1895, 192-197.

Observations concerning the repair of tendons. [1894.]
London Path. Soc. Trans., 46, 1895, 218-220.

Bemerkungen iiber Molluscum contagiosum und Coc-
cidium oviforme. Centrbl. Bakt. (Abt. 1), 17, 1895, 245-



248.



Einige Beobachtungen iiber die Morphologic der



Sporozoen von Variola, sowie iiber die Pathologie der
Syphilis. Centrbl. Bakt. (Abt. 1), 17, 1895, 300-304.
Bemerkungen iiber die Biologie des Alveolarsarkoms.



Centrbl. Bakt. (Abt. 1), 17, 1895, 604-609.
A study of Coccidia met with in mice.



Quart. Jl.
Micr. Sci., 37, 1895, 277-283.

Observations on various Sporozoa. Quart. Jl. Micr.



Sci., 37, 1895, 285-302.

Clarke, J[ohn] Michell. /9-Naphthol in enteric fever.
Practitioner, 41, 1888, 421-426.

On a case of ataxic paraplegia with autopsy, and a

case of locomotor ataxy ; suspension ; death from septi-
caemia; autopsy. Brain, 13, 1890, 356-374.

Hydronaphthol in the treatment of enteric fever and

of diarrhoea. Practitioner, 45, 1890, 1-7.

Case of tabes dorsalis. Brain, 14, 1891, 105-109.

On three cases of hysteria in men. Brain, 14, 1891,



523-537.

On hysteria. Brain, 15, 1892, 522-612.

A case of intra-cranial hydatid tumours with hemi-
plegia, and wasting of the paralysed limbs. Brain, 16,
1893, 425-430.

Hysteria and neurasthenia. Brain, 17, 1894, 119-178,
263-321.

On endothelioma of the spinal dura mater; with a



. .

case in which an operation was performed. Brain, 18,

1895, 256-269.

On HUNTING-TON'S chorea. Brain, 20, 1897, 22-34.
Clarke, James Freeman. The moon's atmosphere. Science,

7, 1886, 31, 124.
Clarke, John M[ason]. Ueber deutsche Oberdevonische

Crustaceen. Neues Jbuch. Min., 1884 (Bd. 1), 178-185.
A brief outline of the geological succession in Ontario

Co., N. Y., to accompany a map. N. Y. Geologist Rep.,

1884, 9-22.
Die Fauna des Iberger Kalkes. [1884.] Neues Jbuch.

Min. (Beil.-Bd.), 3, 1885, 316-411.
On Devonian spores. Amer. Jl. Sci., 29, 1885, 284-

289.
On the higher Devonian faunas of Ontario county,

New York. U. S. Geol. Surv. Bull., No. 16, 1885, 86 pp.
Annelid teeth from the lower portion of the Hamilton



group and from the Naples shales of Ontario county,

N. Y. N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1886, 30-33.
[Report on the bones of Mastodon or Elephas found

associated with charcoal and pottery at Attica, Wyoming

county, N. Y.] N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1886, 34-35; 1889,

102-104.
The genus Bronteus in the Chemung rocks of New

York. N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1888, 57-59; N. Y. Mus.

Rep. , 42, 1889, 403-405.
A list of the species constituting the known fauna

and flora of the Marcellus epoch in the state of New

York. N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1888, 60-61; N. Y. Mus.

Rep., 42, 1889, 406-407.

The Hercynian question. A brief review of its



development and present status, with a few remarks
upon its relation to the current classification of American
palaeozoic fauna. N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1888, 62-91 ;
N. Y. Mus. Rep., 42, 1889, 408-437.

The structure and development of the visual area in



R. S. XIV.



the trilobite, Phacops rana, Green. [1888.] Jl. Mor-

phol., 2, 1889, 253-270.
On the compound eyes of the Arthropoda. Amer.

Jl. Sci., 39, 1890, 409-410.
Notes on the genus Acidaspis. N. Y. Geologist Rep.,

1890, 61-71; N. Y. Mus. Rep., 44, 1892, 91-104.
Note on Coronura aspectans, Conrad (sp.), the

Asaphus diurus, Green. N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1890,

79-83; N. Y. Mus. Rep., 44, 1892, 105-110.
Observations on the Terataspis grandis, Hall, the

largest known trilobite. N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1890,

87-90; N. Y. Mus. Rep., 44, 1892, 111-114.

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The "Hercyn-Frage" and the Helderberg limestones

in North America. Amer. Geologist, 7, 1891, 109-113.
The fauna with Goniatites intumescens, Beyrich, in

western New York. Amer. Geologist, 8, 1891, 86-105;

Neues Jbuch. Min., 1891 (Bd. 1), 161-168.
On Cordania, a proposed new genus of trilobites.

N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1891, 124-127; N. Y. Mus. Rep.,

45, 1892, 440-443.
The discovery of Clymenia in the fauna of the

Intumescens zone (Naples beds) of western New York,

and its geological significance. Amer. Jl. Sci., 43, 1892,

57-62.
[Interesting additions to the general collections of

fossils.] N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1892, 47-49.
The protoconch of Orthoceras. Amer. Geologist,

12, 1893, 112-115.
On the structure of the carapace in the Devonian

crustacean Rhinocaris, and the relation of the genus to

Mesothyra and the Phyllocarida. Amer. Natlist., 27,

1893, 793-801.

The succession of the fossil faunas in the section of

the Livonia salt shaft. N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1893, 130-

158; N. Y. Mus. Rep., 47, 1894, 325-352.
New or rare species of fossils from the horizons of

the Livonia salt shaft. N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1893, 159-

180; N. Y. Mus. Rep., 47, 1894, 353-383.
Report on field-work in Chenango county. N. Y.

Geologist Rep., 1893, 531-557; N. Y. Mus. Rep., 47,

1894, 723-751.

A list of publications relating to the geology and

paleontology of the state of New York. 1876-93.
N. Y. Geologist Rep., 1893, 561-597; N. Y. Mus. Rep.,
47, 1894, 753-791.

Report of the assistant paleontologist. 1892. N. Y.

Mus. Rep., 46, 1893, 189-250.

Composite generic fundamenta. Amer. Geologist, 13,

1894, 286-289.
American species of Autodetus and some paramorphic

shells from the Devonian. Amer. Geologist, 13, 1894,

327-335.
The early stages of Bactrites. Amer. Geologist, 14,

1894, 37-43.

Nanno, a new cephalopodan type. Amer. Geologist,

14, 1894, 205-208.

"Cephalopod beginnings." Amer. Geologist, 15,

1895, 125-128.

As Trilobitas do Grez de Erere e Maecuru, estado do

Para, Brazil. [Portuguese and English."] Rio de Janeiro
Mus. Nac. Rev., 1, 1895, 1-58.

The structure of certain paleozoic barnacles. Amer.

Geologist, 17, 1896, 137-143.

A sphinctozoan calcispocge from the Upper Carboni-
ferous of eastern Nebraska. Amer. Geologist, 20, 1897,
387-392.

The stratigraphic and faunal relations of the Oneonta

sandstones and shales, the Ithaca and the Portage groups
in central New York. N. Y. Mus. Rep., 49 (Vol. 2),
1898, 27-81.

Notes on some crustaceans from the Chemung group

of New York. N. Y. Mus. Rep., 49 (Vol. 2), 1898, 729-
738.

The Naples fauna (fauna with Manticoceras intu-
mescens) in western New York. N. Y. Mus. Rep., 50
(Vol. 2), 1899, 31-161.

Notes on the early stages of certain Goniatites. N. Y.

Mus. Rep., 50 (Vol. 2), 1899, 163-169.

A fauna Silnriana Superior do Rio Trombetas estado

do Parsi, Brazil. [Portuguese and English.] Rio de
Janeiro Mus. Nac. Arch., 10, 1899, 1-48.

Molluscos Devonianos do estado do Para, Brazil.

[Portuguese and English.] Rio de Janeiro Mus. Nac.
Arch., 10, 1899, 49-174.

Geological time. Science, 10, 1899, 695.



Lenticular deposits of the Oriskany formation in New

York. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1900, 188.
The fauna of the arenaceous Lower Devonian of

Aroostook county, Maine. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1900, 188.
A remarkable occurrence of Orthoceras in the Oneonta

beds of the Chenango valley, N. Y. [1900.] N. Y.

Mus. Bull., 8, [1900-01], 167-171.
Paropsonema cryptophya. A peculiar echinoderm

from the Intumescens-zone (Portage beds) of western

New York. [1900.] N. Y. Mus. Bull., 8, [1900-01],

172-178.
Dictyonine hexactinellid sponges from the Upper

Devonic of New York. [1900.] N. Y. Mus. Bull., 8,

[1900-01], 187-190.
The water biscuit of Squaw Island, Canandaigua

Lake,N.Y. [1900.] N.Y. Mus. Bull., 8, [1900-01], 195-198.
The Oriskany fauna of Becraft mountain, Columbia

county, N. Y. N. Y. Mus. Mem., 3, 1900, 128 pp.
Note on the Siluro-Devonic boundary. Science, 12,

1900, 406-408.
Clarke, John M[asoii], & Beecher, Charles Emerson. See

Beecher & Clarke.
Clarke, John M[ason], & Hall, James. See Hall &

Clarke.
Clarke, John M[ason], & Bchuchert, Charles. The

nomenclature of the New York series of geological

formations. Science, 10, 1899, 874-878 ; Amer. Geo-
logist, 25, 1900, 114-119.
Clarke, Joseph. Notes on the saffron plant (Crocus

sativus, L.) and in connection with the name of the

town of Saffron Walden. [1884.] Essex Natlist., 1,

1887, 9-16.

Notes on some plants peculiar to Essex, and of some

plants of Saffron Walden and neighbourhood. Essex

Natlist., 3, 1889, 274-276.

A hint on the vitality of seeds. [1884.] Essex Field



Club Proc., 4, 1892, cxxix-cxxx.
Clarke, Joshua. For biographical notice see Jl. Bot., 28,

1890, 192.
Clarke, (Lt.-Col. Sir) Marshall. Unexplored Basuto Land.

Geogr. Soc. Proc., 10, 1888, 519-525.
Clarke, Max, & Street, William C. See Street &

Clarke.
Clarke, R[obert] H[enry], & Blacker, A[rthur] Barry.

See Blacker & Clarke.
Clarke, (Capt.) E. K. [On large fields of pumice-stone

passed through by the ship Sea-Witch.] [1884.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 1 (1884-85), 5-6.
Clarke, R. Trevor. Tobacco cultivation in the British

Islands. Gard. Chron., 25, 1886, 551-552.

Curing of tobacco. Gard. Chron., 25, 1886, 618.

Clarke, Robert, Moore, H. Cecil, & Walking, Alfred.

See Moore, Clarke & Watkms.
Clarke, Samuel Fessenden. The nest and eggs of the

alligator : Alligator lucius, Guv. Zool. Anz., 11, 1888,

568-570.
The habits and embryology of the American alligator.

Jl. Morphol., 5, 1891, 181-214.
Reports on the dredging operations by the

U. S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross, x. The

hydroids. [1894.] Harvard Mus. Zool. Bull., 25, 1893-

95, 71-77.
Clarke, Somers. On the geography of lower Nubia. Brit.

Ass. Rep., 1894, 718.
Clarke, T. C. Science and engineering. [Presidential

address.] Amer. Soc. Civ. Engin. Trans., 35, 1896, 508-

519.
Clarke, Thomas. On /3-heptylamine. Amer. Chem. Soc.

Jl., 21, 1899, 1027-1031.
Clarke, Thomas, & Anschutz, Richard. See Anschutz

& Clarke.
Clarke, Thomas, & Venable, F[rank] P[reston], See

Venable & Clarke.



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Clarke, W[illiam] Bruce. Acute renal dislocation. Med.-

Cbir. Trans., 76, 1893, 253-267.
Clarke, W. G. Stone curlews as observed around Thetford.

Zoologist, 1, 1897, 248-250.
Curious nests and nesting sites observed near Thetford.

Zoologist, 1, 1897, 449-452.
The inland breeding of the ringed plover in Norfolk

and Suffolk. Zoologist, 1, 1897, 502-504.

The Wretham meres. Zoologist, 2, 1898, 145-153.

Neolithic man in Thetford district. [1894.] Norf.



Norw. Nat. Soc. Trans., 6, 1899, 23-36.
A list of the vertebrate animals found in the neigh-
bourhood of Thetford. [1897.] Norf. Norw. Nat. Soc.

Trans., 6, 1899, 300-327.
Clarke, William. Some observations on the Glee Hill

basalt from a practical point of view. [1894.] Cottes-

wold Club Proc., 11, 1895, 283-292.
Clarke, William A. New Wilts records. Ji. Bot., 25,

1887, 55.
Cerastium pumilum in Wilts. Jl. Bot., 26, 1888,

248.
First records of British flowering plants. Jl. Bot.,

30, 1892, 19-25, 49-51, 84-85, 118-120, 150-152, 213-

216, 274-279, 305-307, 342-345; 31, 1893, 85-88, 150-

152, 244-248, 274-279, 304-308; 32, 1894, 13-18, 111-

114, 150-153, 243-247, 307-309, 340-342 ; 33, 1895, 16-

18, 53-55; 34, 1896, 82-86, 183-185, 226-228, 273-276,

362-365, 472-476, 507-510.
Bibliographical notes. CUKTIS'S "Flora Londinensis."

Jl. Bot., 33, 1895, 112-114; 37, 1899, 390-395.
Clarke, William Eaf/le. Field-notes from Slavonia and

Hungary, with an annotated list of the birds observed in

Slavonia. Ibis, 2, 1884, 125-148.
On the occurrence of (Estrelata hsesitata in Hungary.

Ibis, 2, 1884, 202.
[First occurrence in England of Saxicola deserti.]

Ibis, 4, 1886, 100.
The birds of Yorkshire. Yorks. Nat. Union Trans.,

9, 1886, B, 65-80; 24, 1901, B, 81-113.
Occurrence of Agelaius phceniceus (I/.), on the west

coast of England. Auk, 4, 1887, 162-163.

On the ornithology of the valleys of Andorra and the



upper Ariege, and other contributions to the avifauna of
the eastern Pyrenees. Ibis, 1, 1889, 520-552.

On a collection of birds from Fort Churchill, Hudson's

Bay. Auk, 7, 1890, 319-322.

[Introduction and annotations to the paper on] The

birds of Jan Mayen Island [by Dr. F. FISCHER and
August VON PELZELN]. Zoologist, 14, 1890, 1-16, 41-51.

Occurrence of Grus leucogeranus in the Hebrides.

Ibis, 3, 1891, 635 ; 4, 1892, 181 ; Scott. Natlist., [11,
1891], 145-146; Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1892, 71-72.

Black and Alexandrine rats at Leith. Scott. Natlist.,

[11, 1891], 36.

The haunts of the lesser shrew (Sorex minutus).



Scott. Natlist., [11, 1891], 36.
The reed warbler, lesser whitethroat, marsh titmouse,

and woodpeckers as Scottish birds. Scott. Natlist., [11,

1891], 36-37.
DAUBENTON'S bat in Midlothian. Scott. Natlist., [11,

1891], 92.
The American red-breasted snipe in Argyllshire.

Scott. Natlist., [11, 1891], 192.
DAUBENTON'S bat in Yorkshire. Zoologist, 15, 1891,

395.
Report on the great skua (Stercorarius catarrhactes,

Linnceus) in Shetland during the [nesting seasons of 1891

and 1892]. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1892, 87-92; 1893,

65-67.
DAUBENTON'S bat (Vespertilio Daubentonii, Leisler) in

Banffshire. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1892, 266.
On the rudimentary hallux of the kittiwake (Rissa

tridactyla). Ibis, 4, 1892, 442-447, 575-576.



Note on the Rubecola Tytleri of JAMESON. Ibis, 4,

1892, 558-559.
Common dolphin (Delphinus Delphis) dredged off

Mull. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1893, 112-113.
Occurrence of the ivory gull (Pagophila eburnea) in

Shetland. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1893, 117-118.
On the identity of the Rubecola Tytleri of JAMESON.

[1893.] Edinb. Phys. Soc. Proc., 12, 1894, 29-30.
On Scorpasna dactyloptera, Delaroche, and its oc-
currence in the British North Sea area. [1893.1 Edinb.

Phys. Soc. Proc., 12, 1894, 94-101.
The persecution of the great skua, Stercorarius

catarrhactes. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1894, 8-12.
On the probable breeding of the haw-finch (Cocco-

thraustes vulgaris) in Midlothian. Ann. Scott. Nat.

Hist., 1894, 195-197.
[Birds of the Camargue, mouth of the Rhone.] Brit.

Ornith. Club Bull., 3, 1894, xlvii-xlviii.
On some birds from the island of Negros, Philippines.

Ibis, 6, 1894, 531-535; 1, 1895, 472-479; 4, 1898, 119-124;

6, 1900, 351-361.
Some fishes new to or rare in the Firth of Forth.

Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1895, 23-28.
On the recent visitation of the little auk (Mergulus

alle) to Scotland. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1895, 97-

108.
White-fronted goose in St. Kilda. Ann. Scott. Nat.

Hist., 1895, 252-253.
On the ornithology of the delta of the Rhone. Ibis,

1, 1895, 173-211; 4, 1898, 465-485.
The tree sparrow in Midlothian and in the Forth

area. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1896, 121-122.
Large specimen of Mytilus modiolus in the Firth of

Forth. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1896, 125.
Bird migration in Great Britain and Ireland. Report

of the Committee... appointed for the purpose of making

a digest of the observations on the migrations of birds at

lighthouses and lightvessels, 1880-87. Brit. Ass. Rep.,

1896, 451-477.

Vanessa Antiopa in Shetland. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist.,

1897, 48.

On the occurrence of the frigate petrel (Pelagodroma

marina) on the west coast of Scotland. Ann. Scott. Nat.

Hist., 1897, 88.
Fulmar petrels at Cape Wrath in the breeding season.

Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1897, 254-255.
[On the occurrence of Pelagodroma marina on the

west side of Scotland.] Brit. Ornith. Club Bull., 6, 1897,

xxviii.
On hybrids between the capercaillie and the pheasant.

Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1898, 17-21, 117-118.
Hawfinch in Midlothian. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1898,

114-115.
The whinchat, ortolan bunting and pied flycatcher in

Shetland. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1898, 178.
[On birds from Franz Josef Land.] Brit. Ornith. Club

Bull., 7, 1898, xxxvi.
On the avifauna of Franz Josef Land. [With notes by

Wm. S. BRUCE.] Ibis, 4, 1898, 249-277.
lie d'Ouessant as an ornithological station, with notes

on migratory and other birds observed there. [1899.]

Ornis, 9, 1898, 309-322.
Remarkable variety of the black grouse. Ann. Scott.

Nat. Hist., 1899, 50.
On the occurrence of the Asiatic Houbara (Houbara

Macqueenii) in Scotland. [1899.] Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist.,

1899, 73-74; Edinb. Phys. Soc. Proc., 14, 1902, 162-

163.
Lesser whitethroat in the Outer Hebrides. Ann.

Scott. Nat. Hist., 1899, 109-110.
[Occurrence of a female Houbara Macqueeni in Aber-

deenshire.] Brit. Ornith. Club Bull., 8, 1899, xxxvi.
Ushant as an ornithological station. Notes on the

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birds observed at Ushant, at Le Conquet on the west
coast of Brittany, and at Alderney. Ibis, 5, 1899, 246-
270.

The fishes of the Firth of Forth and its tributaries:



species added since Dr. PABNELL'S ' Essay' of 1837. Ann.
Scott. Nat. Hist., 1900, 8-17, 202-215.
Chiffchaff near Edinburgh. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist.,
1900, 183-184.

Scops owl in Shetland. Ann. Scott. Nat. Hist., 1900,



184.



Bird migration in Great Britain and Ireland. Third

interim report of the Committee... appointed to work out
the details of the observations of migration of birds at
lighthouses and lightships, 1880-87. Statement furnished
to the Committee. Brit. Ass. Eep., 1900, 403-413.

[The Mammalia and birds of Franz Josef Land.]

ii. Birds. [With notes by William S. BRUCE.] [1898.]
Edinb. Phys. Soc. Proc., 14, 1902, 87-112.

On the occurrence of the lesser whitethroat (Sylvia

curruca) in the Outer Hebrides, with remarks on the
species as a Scottish bird. [1899.] Edinb. Phys. Soc.
Proc., 14, 1902, 158-162.

On the white phase of plumage in the Iceland gull

(Larus leucopterus, Faber). [1899.] Edinb. Phys. Soc.
Proc., 14, 1902, 164-167.

Clarke, William Eagle, & Backhouse. James (jun.). An
autumn ramble in eastern Iceland, with some notes from
the Faroes. Ibis, 3, 1885, 364-380.

Clarke, William Eagle, & Barrett-Hamilton, Gerald
E[dwin] H[amilton]. On the identity and distribution
of the Irish rat, Mus hibernicus, Thompson. Zoologist,

15, 1891, 1-9.

Clarke, William Eagle, & Harvie-Brown, John Alexander].

See Harvie-Brown & Clarke.
Clarke, William Eagle, & Hinxman, Lionel W. See

Hinxman & Clarke.
Clarke, William Eagle, & Roebuck, W. Denison. Notes

on the vertebrate fauna of Yorkshire. Zoologist, 8, 1884,

171-184.
Clarke, William Eagle, & Southwell, Thomas. See

Southwell & Clarke.
Clarke, William Eagle, & Young, Morris. See Young

& Clarke.
Clarke, William J. Supposed occurrence of the Kentish

plover at Scarborough. Zoologist, 15, 1891, 397.
Clarkson, Frederick. Citheronia regalis, Hilbner. Canad.

Ent., 16, 1884, 15-16, 132-133.

Spinning caterpillars. Canad. Ent., 16, 1884, 24-25.

The hairy larvae and their parasites. Canad. Ent.,

16, 1884, 53-54.

Prionus brevicornis, Fabr. Canad. Ent., 16, 1884, 95.

Galeruca xanthomelaena, Schrank. Canad. Ent., 16,

1884, 124-125.
Elaphidion villosum, Fabr. Canad. Ent., 17, 1885,

188-190; 19, 1887, 31-34.

Notes on Bombycidae. Canad. Ent., 21, 1889, 28.

Argiope riparia and its parasite Ichneumon Aranearum,



and its parasite, a chalcid fly. Canad. Ent., 22, 1890, 122.

Seaside captures. Canad. Ent., 27, 1895, 106-108.

Clarkson, G[eorge] Aylwin, & Collard, Fred. S. Abnormal

position of MECKEL'S diverticulum. Jl. Anat. Physiol.,

26, 1892, 444.
Clarkson, Philip S. An analysis of cacao shells. Amer.

Jl. Pharm., 59, 1887, 277-278.
Clarkson, Philip S., & Macfarlane, Wm. W. See Mac-

farlane & Clarkson.
Clarkson, R[obert] D[urward], On the nutritive value and

relative digestibility of fresh fish. Part i. Introductory.

Edinb., Fish. Brd. Eep., 5, 1887, 221-229.
Clarkson, R\pbert~\ D[urward], & Rainy, Harry. An

unusual arrangement of the psoas muscle. Jl. Anat.

Physiol., 23, 1889, 504-506.
See also Rainy & Clarkson.



Clarkson, R[obert~\ D[urward], Ellis, R., & Rainy, Harry.
See Ellis, Clarkson & Rainy.

Clarkson, T. The sampling of materials. Soc. Chem.
Ind. JL, 13, 1894, 214-217.

Clarte, J. Le citronnier du Japon. Citronnier trifolie.
Citronnier f4roce. France Soc. Acclim. Bull., 39, 1892
(Sem. 1), 423-424.

Clary, L[puis Jean Guillaume] R[aphael]. For biography
and works see France Soc. Bot. Bull. , 40, 1893, 265-267 ;
Toulouse Soc. Hist. Nat. Bull., 1893, 72-80.

Note sur quelques plantes des environs de Toulouse.

Toulouse Soc. Hist. Nat. Bull., 1887, xxxix-xliv. .

Catalogue des plantes observers a Daya (Algerie).

Toulouse Soc. Hist. Nat. Bull., 1888, 115-172.

Contributions a la flore d" Algerie, quelques plantes

oranaises. France Soc. Bot. Bull., 37, 1890, 269-272.

Herborisations dans le Djebel Amour. France Soc.

Bot. Bull., 39, 1892, xliv-lx.

Clas, F., & Weyde, J. F. Ein neuartiger Akkumulator.
Elektrotechn. Ztschr., 11, 1890, 275-276.

Clasen, . Ueber die Behandlung des Grenzbegriffs im

Unterrichte. [1898.] Braunschw. Ver. Nat. Jber. (11),
1899, 159-161.

Clasen, (Vabb6) B. I. Sur une nouvelle me"thode de isola-
tion des Equations lin^aires et sur 1'application de cette
me'thode au calcul des determinants. Brux. Soc. Sci.
Ann., 12, 1888 (Pt. 2), 251-281.

Clasen, Ferd. Die Muskeln und Nerven des proximalen
Abschnittes der vorderen Extremitat der Katze. Ac.
Nat. Curios. Nova Acta, 64, 1895, 177-211.

Die Muskeln und Nerven des proximalen Abschnittes

der vorderen Extremitat des Kaninchens. [1897.] Ac.
Nat. Curios. Nova Acta, 69, 1898, 421-447.

Clason, Edw. Om lungorna och sinus pulmonum hos
menniskan. Upsala Lakarefor. Forh., 1, 1896, 448-484.

Om ett fynd af mennisko-skeletter pa Helgeandshol-

men. Upsala Lakarefor. Forh., 2, 1897, 76-87, 141-
180.

Smarre anatomiska meddelanden. [1. Anomali af

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Ueber eine neue quantitative Methode zur Trennung



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