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Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 24, 1887, 44-60.
A contribution to the history of the Vertebrata of the
Trias of North America. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 24,
1887, 209-228.

The classification and phylogeny of the Artiodactyla.
Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 24, 1887, 377-400; Amer. Natlist.,
22, 1888, 1079-1095; 23, 1889, [211]-[236].

LYDEKKEB, BOULENGER, and DOLLO on fossil tortoises.



Geol. Mag., 4, 1887, 572-573.

Catalogue of batrachians and reptiles of Central

America and Mexico. U. S. Mus. Bull., 32, 1887, 98 pp.

On a new species of Tropidonotus found in Washington.
[1887.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 10, 1888, 146.

List of Batrachia and Reptilia of the Bahama Islands.
[1887.] U. S. Mus. Proc., 10, 1888, 436-439.

Mesozoic realm. Amer. Geologist, 2, 1888, 261-268.
The mechanical causes of the origin of the dentition

of the Rodentia. Amer. Natlist., 22, 1888, 3-11.

Note on the Marsupialia Multituberculata. Amer.
Natlist., 22, 1888, 12-13, 259.

The vertebrate fauna of the Puerco epoch. Amer.
Natlist., 22, 1888, 161-163.

Glyptodon from Texas. Amer. Natlist., 22, 1888,



345-346.

The phylogeny of the horses. Amer. Natlist., 22,

1888, 448-449.

The ossicula auditus of the Batrachia. Amer. Natlist.,



22, 1888, 464-467.

RUTIMEYER on the classification of Mammalia, and on
American types recently found in Switzerland. Amer.
Natlist., 22, 1888, 831-835.

The pineal eye in extinct vertebrates. Amer. Natlist.,
22, 1888, 914-917.

Sketches of the Cascade mountains of Oregon. Amer.
Natlist., 22, 1888, 996-1003 ; 23, 1889, 34.

Goniopholis in the Jurassic of Colorado. Amer.
Natlist., 22, 1888, 1106-1107.

On the Dicotylinse of the John Day Miocene of North
America. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 25, 1888, 62-79.

On the mechanical origin of the dentition of the

Amblypoda. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 25, 1888, 80-88.
Report of the Sub-committee on the Cenozoic (interior).



Congr. Geol. Int. C. R., 1888, A193-A210; Amer. Geo-
logist, 2, 1888, 285-299.

On the tritubercular molar in human dentition.
[1888.] Jl. Morphol., 2, 1889, 7-26.

On the relations of the hyoid and otic elements of the
skeleton in the Batrachia. [1888.] Jl. Morphol., 2,
1889, 297-310.

On a new species of Charina from California. [1888.]

U. S. Mus. Proc., 11, 1889, 88, 401.

On a new species of Bufo from Texas. [1888.] U. S.



Mus. Proc., 11, 1889, 317-318.
- The mechanical origin of the hard parts of the
Mammalia. Amer. Natlist., 23, 1889, 71-73.

On the Mammalia obtained by the Naturalist Ex-
ploring Expedition to southern Brazil. Amer. Natlist.,
23, 1889, 129-150.

The Vertebrate fauna of the Equus beds. Amer.
Natlist., 23, 1889, 160-165.

The Vertebrata of the Swift Current river. Amer.



Natlist., 23, 1889, 151 (6ts)-155 (bis), 628-629.
- The Proboscidea. Amer. Natlist., 23, 1889, 191 (bis)-
211 (bis).



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An intermediate Pliocene fauna. Amer. Natlist., 23,

1889, 253 (6w)-254 (bis).
STORMS on the adhesive disk of Echineis. Amer.

Natlist., 23, 1889, 254 (bis)-255 (bis).
On a species of Plioplarchus from Oregon. Amer.

Natlist., 23, 1889, 625-626.

On a new genus of Triassic Dinosauria. Amer.

Natlist., 23, 1889, 626.

The Edentata of North America. Amer. Natlist., 23,

1889, 657-664.

The horned Dinosauria of the Laramie. Amer.

Natlist., 23, 1889, 715-717.

Synopsis of the families of the Vertebrata. Amer.

Natlist., 23, 1889, 849-877.
Notes on the Dinosauria of the Laramie. Amer.

Natlist., 23, 1889, 904-906; 26, 1892, 756-758.
The Silver Lake of Oregon and its region. Amer.

Natlist., 23, 1889, 970-982.
On inheritance in evolution. Amer. Natlist., 23,

1889, 1058-1071.
A review of the North American species of Hippo-

therium. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 26, 1889, 429-458.
The mechanical causes of the development of the hard

parts of the Mammalia. Jl. Morphol. , 3, 1889, 137-290,

503.
Mr. LYDEKKER on Phenacodus and the Athecae.

Nature, 40, 1889, 298.
The age of the Denver formation. Science, 13, 1889,

290.
The Batrachia of North America. U. S. Mus. Bull.,

34, 1889, 525 pp.
On the snakes of Florida. U. S. Mus. Proc., 11, 1889,

381-394.
Catalogue of Batrachia and Reptilia brought by

William TAYLOR from San Diego, Texas. U. S. Mus.

Proc., 11, 1889, 395-398.
On the Eutaeniae of southeastern Indiana. U. S.

Mus. Proc., 11, 1889, 399-401.
On the intercentrum of the terrestrial Vertebrata.

[1886.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., 16, 1890, 243-253.
Systematic catalogue of species of Vertebrata found in

the beds of the Permian epoch in North America, with

notes and descriptions. [1886.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans.,

16, 1890, 285-297.
Synopsis of the vertebrate fauna of the Puerco series.

[1888.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., 16, 1890, 298-361.
On the shoulder-girdle and extremities of Eryops.

[1888.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., 16, 1890, 362-367.
On the structure of certain Palaeozoic fishes. Amer.

Ass. Proc., 1890, 336.
The homologies of the fins of fishes. Amer. Natlist.,

24, 1890, 401-423.
Prof. MARSH on Hallopus and other dinosaurs. Amer.

Natlist., 24, 1890, 569-571.

The Cetacea. Amer. Natlist., 24, 1890, 599-616.

The extinct Sirenia. Amer. Natlist., 24, 1890, 697-

702.
Snakes in banana bunches. Amer. Natlist., 24, 1890,

782; 25, 1891, 742.
The evolution of mind. Amer. Natlist., 24, 1890,

899-913, 1000-1016.
On two new species of Mustelida from the Loup Fork

Miocene of Nebraska. Amer. Natlist., 24, 1890, 950-952.
On a new species of Salamander from Indiana. Amer.

Natlist. , 24, 1890, 966-967.
On a new dog from the Loup Fork Miocene. Amer.

Natlist., 24, 1890, 1067-1068.
Dr. Leonard STEJNEGER on Bufo lentigonosus Wood-

housei. Amer. Natlist., 24, 1890, 1204-1205.
Scientific results of explorations by the U. S. Fish

Commission steamer Albatross. No. in. Report on the

batrachians and reptiles collected in 1887-88. U. S.

Mus. Proc., 12, 1890, 141-147.



On a new horizon of fossil fishes. Amer. Ass. Proc.,
1891, 285.

On the cranial characters of Equus excelsus. Amer.
Ass. Proc., 1891, 285.

On two new perissodactyles from the White-River
Neocene of Nebraska. Amer. Natlist., 25, 1891, 47-49.

The epiglottis in colubrine snakes. Amer. Natlist.,



25, 1891, 156-157.

On the non-actinopterygian Teleostomi.



Amer. Nat-



list., 25, 1891, 479-481.
On some new fishes from



South Dakota. Amer.
Natlist., 25, 1891, 654-658.

The Litopterna. Amer. Natlist., 25, 1891, 685-693.

On a skull of the Equus excelsus, Leidy, from the
Equus bed of Texas. Amer. Natlist., 25, 1891, 912-



913.
The Californian cave bear.



Amer. Natlist., 25, 1891,



997-999.
A new species of frog from New Jersey.



Amer.



Natlist., 25, 1891, 1017-1019.
Color patterns in Cneinidophorus. Amer. Natlist.,
25, 1891, 1135-1136.

The Vertebrata of the Tertiary and Cretaceous rocks
of the North- West Territory, i. The species from the
Oligocene or Lower Miocene beds of the Cypress Hills.
Canada Geol. Surv. (Contrib. Palaeont.), 3 (Ft. I), 1891,
25pp.

A fin-back whale (Balaenoptera) recently stranded on



the New Jersey coast. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1891,
474-478.

Report on paleontology of the Vertebrata. Texas
Geol. Surv. Ann. Rep., 1891, 251-259.

On degenerate types of scapular and pelvic arches in
the Lacertilia. [1891.] Jl. Morphol., 7, 1892, 223-244.

On the characters of some Paleozoic fishes. [1891.]
U. S. Mus. Proc., 14, 1892, 447-463.

In the Texas Panhandle. Amer. Geologist, 10, 1892,
131-132.

The age of the Staked Plain of Texas. Amer. Natlist.,
26, 1892, 49-50.

On the habits and affinities of the new Australian
mammal, Notoryctes typhlops. Amer. Natlist., 26, 1892,
121-128.

On a new genus of Mammalia from the Laramie
formation. Amer. Natlist., 26, 1892, 758-762.

On the permanent and temporary dentitions of certain
three-toed horses. Amer. Natlist., 26, 1892, 942-944.

A new species of Eutaenia from western Pennsylvania.
Amer. Natlist., 26, 1892, 964-965.

A contribution to the vertebrate paleontology of Texas.
Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 30, 1892, 123-131.

On Tiaporus, a new genus of Teiidaa. Amer. Phil.



Soc. Proc., 30, 1892, 132-133.

The osteology of the Lacertilia. Amer. Phil. Soc.
Proc., 30, 1892, 185-221.

On some new and little known Palaeozoic vertebrates.
Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 30, 1892, 221-229.

On the skull of the dinosaurian Laelaps incrassatus,
Cope. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 30, 1892, 240-245.

On the phylogeny of the Vertebrata. Amer. Phil. Soc.
Proc., 30, 1892, 278-281.

On some points in the kinetogenesis of the limbs of
vertebrates. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 30, 1892, 282-285.

On false elbow-joints. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 30,
1892, 285-291.

A contribution to a knowledge of the fauna of the
Blanco beds of Texas. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1892,
226-229.

A hyaena and other Carnivora from Texas. Philad.



Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1892, 326-327.

The Batrachia and Reptilia of north western Texas.



Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1892, 331-337.
A preliminary report on the vertebrate paleontology



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of the Llano Estacado. Texas Geol. Surv. Ann. Rep.,
1892, 1-87.

A critical review of the characters and variations of

the snakes of North America. U. S. Mus. Proc., 14,

1892, 589-694.

On the homologies of the posterior cranial arches in

the Eeptilia. [1892.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., 17,

1893, 11-26.

A synopsis of the species of the teid genus Cnemido-

phorus. [1892.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., 17, 1893,

27-52.
A remarkable artiodactyle from the White River

epoch. Amer. Natlist., 27, 1893, 147-148.
On a new spade-foot from Texas. Amer. Natlist., 27,

1893, 155-156.
The genealogy of man. Amer. Natlist., 27, 1893, 321-

335.
Prodromus of a new system of the non-venomous

snakes. Amer. Natlist., 27, 1893, 477-483.
A new Pleistocene sabre-tooth. Amer. Natlist., 27,

1893, 896-897.

On Symmorium, and the position of the cladodont
sharks. Amer. Natlist., 27, 1893, 999-1001.

The color variations of the milk snake. Amer.

Natlist., 27, 1893, 1066-1071.
On the genus Tomiopsis. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc.,

31, 1893, 317-318.
Second addition to the knowledge of the Batrachia

and Reptilia of Costa Rica. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 31,

1893, 333-347.

A new extinct species of Cyprinidaa. Philad. Ac. Nat.

Sci. Proc., 1893, 19-20.
A contribution to the herpetology of British Columbia.

Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1893, 181-184.
Description of a lower jaw of Tetrabelodon Sheppardii,

Leidy. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1893, 202-204.
On a collection of Batrachia and Reptilia from south-
west Missouri. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1893, 383-385.
On the Batrachia and Reptilia of the Plains at

latitude 36 30'. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1893, 386-

387.
Fossil fishes from British Columbia. Philad. Ac.

Nat. Sci. Proc., 1893, 401-402.
Heredity in the social colonies of the Hymenoptera.

Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1893, 436-438.
On three new genera of Characinidse. Amer. Natlist.,

28, 1894, 67.
The energy of evolution. Amer. Natlist., 28, 1894,

205-219.
On the iguanian genus Uma, Baird. Amer. Natlist.,

28, 1894, 434-435.
On the genera and species of Euchirotidae. Amer.

Natlist., 28, 1894, 436-437.

On the species of Himantodes, D. i B. Amer.
Natlist., 28, 1894, 612-614.

The classification of snakes. Amer. Natlist., 28,

1894, 831-844.

Dr. BRINTON on the beginning of man. Amer.

Natlist., 28, 1894, 902-905.
On the fishes obtained by the Naturalist Expedition

in Rio Grande do Sul. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 33, 1894,

84-108.
On the structure of the skull in the plesiosaurian

Reptilia, and on two new species from the Upper

Cretaceous. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 33, 1894, 109-113.
On the lungs of the Ophidia. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc. ,

33, 1894, 217-224.
Observations on the geology of adjacent parts of

Oklahoma and north west Texas. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci.

Proc., 1894, 63-68.
Third addition to a knowledge of the Batrachia and

Reptilia of Costa Rica. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc.,

1894, 194-206.

E. S. XIV.



On a collection of Batrachia and Reptilia from the
island of Hainan. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proe., 1894,
423-428.

The Batrachia and Reptilia of the University of
Pennsylvania West Indian Expeditions of 1890 and 1891.
Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1894, 429-442.

The phylogeny of the whalebone whales. Amer.
Natlist., 29, 1895, 572-573.

A new locality for Abastor erythrogrammus. Amer.
Natlist., 29, 1895, 588.

The antiquity of man in North America. Amer.
Natlist., 29, 1895, 593-599.

On some new North American snakes. Amer. Nat-
list., 29, 1895, 676-680.

TAYLOR on box tortoises. Amer. Natlist., 29, 1895,
756-757.

The genera of Xantusiidse. Amer. Natlist., 29, 1895,
757-758.

BAUB on the temporal part of the skull, and on the
morphology of the skull in the Mosasauridae. Amer.
Natlist., 29, 1895, 855-859.

A new Xantusia. Amer. Natlist., 29, 1895, 859-860,
939.

On the species of Uma and Xautusia. Amer. Natlist.,
29, 1895, 938-939.

A batrachian armadillo. Amer. Natlist., 29, 1895, 998.

Reply to Dr. BAUK'S critique on [the author's] paper on
the paroccipital bone of the scaled reptiles, and the
systematic position of the Pythonomorpha. Amer.
Natlist., 29, 1895, 1003-1005.

[DAVISON] on Amphiuma. Amer. Natlist., 29, 1895,

1108-1110.
Fourth [Fifth] contribution to the marine fauna of

the Miocene period of the United States. Amer. Phil.

Soc. Proc., 34, 1895, 135-155.
The reptilian order Cotylosauria. Amer. Phil. Soc.

Proc., 34, 1895, 436-452; 35, 1896, 122-139.
Some new Batrachia from the Permian bed of Texas.

Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 34, 1895, 452-457.
On some Pleistocene Mammalia from Petite Anse,

La. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 34, 1895, 458-468.
New and little known Paleozoic and Mesozoic fishes.

[1895.] Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Jl., 9, 1884-95, 427-448.

On Cyphornis, an extinct genus of birds. [1895.]
Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Jl., 9, 1884-95, 449-452.

Extinct Bovidae, Canidaa and Felidae from the Plei-
stocene of the Plains. [1895.] Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. JL,
9, 1884-95, 453-459.

The fossil Vertehrata from the fissure at Port Kennedy,
Pa. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc., 1895, 446-450.

The present problems of organic evolution. Science,

2, 1895, 124-126.
The classification of the Ophidia. [1894.] Amer.

Phil. Soc. Trans., 18, 1896, 186-219.
Formulation of the natural sciences. [1895.] Amer.

Natlist., 30, 1896, 101-112.

The mesenteries of the Sauria. [1895.] Philad. Ac.
Nat. Sci. Proc., 1896, 308-314.

Criticism of Dr. BAUR'S rejoinder on the homologies
of the paroccipital bone, etc. Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896,
147-149.

BOULENGER on the difference between Lacertilia and
Ophidia; and on the Apoda. Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896,
149-152.

Prof. Mark BALDWIN on preformation and epigenesis.
Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896, 342-345, 428-430.

The ancestry of the Testudinata. Amer. Natlist., 30,

1896, 398-400.
Dr. BAUR on [the author's] drawings of the skull of

Conolophus subcristatus, Gray. Amer. Natlist., 30,

1896, 411-412.

On a new Glauconia from New Mexico. Amer. Nat-
list., 30, 1896, 753.

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On two new species of lizards from southern California.

Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896, 833-836.
The geographical distribution of Batrachia and Rep-

tilia in North America. Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896, 886-

902, 1003-1026.

Permian land Vertebrata with carapaces. Amer.

Natliet., 30, 1896, 936-937.

AMEGHINO on the evolution of mammalian teeth.

Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896, 937-941.

Fishes in isolated pools. Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896,

943-944.
On the genus Callisaurus. Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896,

1049-1050.
Sixth contribution to the knowledge of the marine

Miocene fauna of North America. Amer. Phil. Soc.

Proc., 35, 1896, 139-146.

New and little-known Mammalia from the Port

Kennedy bone deposit. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc.,
1896, 378-394.

On the hemipenes of the Sauria. Philad. Ac. Nat.

Sci. Proc., 1896, 461-467-

Psychic evolution. Amer. Natlist., 31, 1897, 91-92.

The position of the Periptychidse. Amer. Natlist.,

31, 1897, 335-336.
The Toxodontia. [Posth.] Amer. Natlist., 31, 1897,

485-492.
On new Paleozoic Vertebrata from Illinois, Ohio and

Pennsylvania. Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 36, 1897, 71-91.
The inheritance of acquired characteristics. Science,

5, 1897, 633-634.

The crocodilians, lizards, and snakes of North

America. [Posth.] Smithsonian Rep., 1898 (U. S. Nat.

Mus. Rep.), 153-1270.
Vertebrate remains from Port Kennedy bone deposit.

[1899.] [Posth.] Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Jl., 11, 1897-

1901, 193-286.

See also under Ferrari-Perez, Fernando.
Cope, Edward D[rinker], & Wortman, Jacob L. An

account of the mammalian fauna of the Post-Pliocene

deposits in the State of Indiana. Indiana, Dept. Geol.

Ann. Rep., 14, 1884 (Pt. 2), 62 pp.
Cope, Francis E. The summer birds of Susquehanna

county, Pennsylvania. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proc.,

1898, 76-88.

Cope, Frank, & Ferkin, Arthur George. See Perkin & Cope.
Cope, Tiwmas H. Tlie igneous rocks of Aran Mowddwy.

[1896.] Liverpool Geol. Soc. Proc., 8, 1900, 66-90.
The gabbro of Llyn Eigiau. [1899.] Liverpool Geol.

Soc. Proc., 8, 1900, 382-397.

Copeland, Edwin Bingham. A contribution to our know-
ledge of the relation between growth and turgor. Bot.

Gaz., 22, 1896, 243-244.
[Turgor-variations in the mosses.] Torrey Bot. Club

Bull., 23, 1896, 357.

[The lowest limit of turgor.] Torrey Bot. Club Bull.,

23, 1896, 359.

The relation of nutrient salts to turgor. Bot. Gaz.,

24, 1897, 399-416.

A biological note on the size of evergreen needles.

Bot. Gaz., 25, 1898, 427-436.
A new self-registering transpiration machine. Bot.

Gaz., 26, 1898, 343-348.
The geotropism of the hypocotyl of Cucurbita. Amer.

Ass. Proc., 1899, 296-297.
The geotropism of split stems. [1899.] Science, 11,

1900, 307.

Studies on the geotropism of stems. Bot. Gaz., 29,

1900, 185-196.

Physiological notes. 1. Soja beans for imbibition

experiments. 2. Gas diffusion through the cuticle.
[3. An artificial endodermis cell. 4. The self-registra-
tion of photosynthesis.] Bot. Gaz., 29, 1900, 347-352,
436-441.



Positive geotropism in the hypocotyl. [1900.]
Science, 13, 1901, 257.

Heterogeneous induction in tadpoles. [1900.] Science,



13, 1901, 371.

Stomata of some Liliacese. [1900.] Science, 13,

1901, 376.

Copeland, Edwin Bingham, & Kahlenberg, Louis [Albert
Berthold], The influence of the presence of pure metals
upon plants. [1898.] Wisconsin Ac. Trans., 12, 1900,
454-474.

Copeland, Ralph. Suggestions for the improvement of the
transit circle. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 44, 1884, 415-417.

Naval Observatory at Washington. Sidereal Messenger,

3, 1884, 270-272.

Spectroscopic observations made at the Earl of

CRAWFORD'S Observatory, Dun Echt, Aberdeen. [1884.]
Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 45, 1885, 90-91.

Beobachtungen des Cometen 1884 Wolf. Auf der

Sternwarte des Lord CRAWFORD in Dunecht. Astr. Nachr.,

110, 1885, 9-10, 41-42.
On an observation of the projection of Jupiter's first

satellite on its own shadow, made at Dun Echt, Aberdeen.

Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 45, 1885, 375-376.
Occultation of Aldebaran, 1885, February 22, observed

at Dun Echt, Aberdeen. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 45,

1885, 376-377.

On the bright star in the great nebula in Andromeda.



Brit. Ass. Rep., 1885, 935-936; Astr. Nachr., 112, 1886, 286.
On the meteoric shower of November 27, 1885. [1885.]



Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 46, 1886, 66-68.
On a new star in the constellation of Orion.



Astr.



Soc. Month. Not., 46, 1886, 109-114.

d Cygni. Observatory, London, 9, 1886, 304-305.

On HARTWIG'S Nova Andromedae. [1886.] Astr.
Soc. Month. Not., 47, 1887, 49-61.

On the variability of the spectrum of 7 Cassiopeia.
Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 47, 1887, 92-93.

The total solar eclipse of 1887 August 19. [1887.]
Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 48, 1888, 48-51.

Note on the visible spectrum of the Great Nebula in
Orion. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 48, 1888, 360-362.

Note on the spectrum of Comet e 1888 (Barnard,
September 2). [1888.] Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 49,
1889, 70-72.

Ueber Flecke auf der Oberflache des Saturn. Astr.
Nachr., 127, 1891, 319-320.

Observations of the Transit of Mercury on 1891 May 9
at the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh. Astr. Soc. Month.
Not., 51, 1891, 499.

On the probable nature of the bright streaks on the
moon. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1891, 576.

A rare phenomenon. Nature, 44, 1891, 494.

Entdeckung eines neuen Sterns in Auriga. Astr.
Nachr., 129, 1892, 59-60.

Ueber den neuen Stern in Auriga. Astr. Nachr., 129,



1892, 59-60, 75.

Observations of the total eclipse of the moon, 1891
November 15, made at Edinburgh. Astr. Soc. Month.
Not., 52, 1892, 169.

On a pretended discovery of a satellite of Mars. Astr.
Soc. Month. Not., 52, 1892, 493-494.

Nebular spectrum of Nova Aurigae. Nature, 46, 1892,



464-465.

Weitere Mittheilungen iiber den Cometen 1892...
(Holmes Nov. 6). Astr. Nachr., 131, 1893, 133-134.

Notes on the numerical returns of Scottish meteorology

for [Jan. 1889-March 1893]. Scott. Meteorol. Soc. JL,
1 J, 1893, 80-107, 189A-210, 302-329; 10, 1896, 95-122,
250-256.

The bifilar pendulum at the Royal Observatory,
Edinburgh. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1894, 158-160.

On the new star in the constellation Auriga. [1892.]
Edinb. Roy. Soc. Trans., 37, 1895, 51-58.



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Some notes on the new Royal Observatory, Edinburgh.
Aust. Ass. Rep., 1895, 231-234.

New variable in Andromeda. Astr. Nachr., 139, 1896,
115-118.

[Beobachtungen des Cometen 1895 ..(Brooks Nov. 21).]
Am 15 z. Refractor der Kgl. Sternwarte in Edinburg.
Astr. Nachr., 139, 1896, 215-216.

Observations of comets made at the Royal Observatory,
Blackford Hill, Edinburgh. Astr. Soc. Month. Not., 56,
1896, 323-325, 326-327.

The Austro-Hungarian map of Franz Josef Land.
[1896.] Nature, 55 (1896-97), 29.

On a revised map of Kaiser Franz Josef Land, based
on Oberlieutenant PAYER'S original survey. Geogr. Jl. ,
10, 1897, 180-191.

The November meteors, 1898. Astr. Soc. Month. Not.,



59, 1899, 112-113.
Total solar eclipse of January 22, 1898. Preliminary

report on observations made at Ghoglee, Central

Provinces. Roy. Soc. Proc., 64, 1899, 21-26.
Preliminary note on observations of the total solar

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