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  • Page 28 and 29: 14 Prof. A. W. Wright on the Polari
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  • Page 34 and 35: 20 On the Polarization of the Zodia
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    38 Mr. R. Mallet on the Tidal Retar

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    40 On the Tidal Retardation of the

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    42 Mr. E. W, Ililgard on some point

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    44 Mr. E. W. Hilgard on some points

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    16 Mr. E. W. llilgard on some point

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    48 Mr. E. W. Hilgard on some points

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    50 Mr. E. W. Ililgard on some point

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    52 On some points in Mallet's Theor

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    54 Mr. J. W. L. Glaisher on a New F

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    [ 5G ] VIII. On some Physical Prope

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    58 Dr. J. Rae on the Transposition

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    60 Dr. J. Rae on Mammoth-remains. o

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    62 Notices rejecting New Books. A s

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    64 Notices respecting New Books, ot

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    GO Royal Society :—Mr. W. Crookes

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    68 Ruyal Society — Mr. W. Crookea

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    70 Royal Society :— ing the ball,

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    7U Geological Society :— longitud

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    74 Geological Societij:— to the A

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    76 Geological Society. 6. " On Foss

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    78 Intelligence and Miscellaneous A

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    80 lutelliyence and Miscellaneous A

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    82 Mv. \y. Crookes on Attradiun and

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    81' ]\Ir. W. Crookcs na AUraclion a

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    8G Mr. \y. Crookes on Attraction an

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    88 i\Ir. "W. Ciookcs on Attraction

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    90 Mr. W. Crookes on Atlraction and

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    93 Mv. W. Crookes on /Iftraction an

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    Oi On Alliaction and Repulsion (icc

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    96 ^Ir. J. O'Kiuealy un Fouriei's T

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    98 Baiou N. Schilling on the CunsUm

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    100 Barou N. Schilling on the Cuasl

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    102 Baron N. Scbilliua: un the Cons

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    104 Baron N. Schilling on the Const

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    106 Barou N. Schilling on the Const

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    108 Baron N. Schilling on the Const

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    [ no ] XVI. Apparatus for Measureme

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    112 On an Apparatusfur Measurement

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    HA Dr. W. II. Stone on ff'iiul-pres

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    [ n^' ] XIX. On an Improvement in t

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    118 ]\Ir. L. SclnvciuUer on tlte Ge

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    120 Mv. L. Scliwcndlcr ou the Gener

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    122 Mr. L. Scliweudler on the Gener

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    121' I\Ir. L. Schwendlcr 07i the Ge

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    1)26 ^^l•. L. Schwciidlci' on the

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    128 ^fr. L. Schwendlcr on the Gener

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    130 Mr. L. Scbwendlcr on the Genera

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    132 Mr. L. Schwendler ua the Genera

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    134 Mr. L. Schwendler on the Genera

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    136 Mr. L. Scliwcndlcr on the Gener

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    138 On the Coloured Biiif/s of Unia

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    140 Notices respecliny New Books. t

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    142 Xoiices rcsj^ecting New Books.

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    l-ll Boijal Socicfi/ :—Prof. A. C

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    IIG Roijal Suciehj :—Pi of. 0. Rc

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    148 Royal Society — Prof. 0. Reyn

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    150 Royal Society :—Prof. 0. Reyn

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    . ing 152. Roijal Society. Avill ac

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    154 Geological Society :— molars

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    [ 15« ] XXV. InteUtgence and Misce

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    158 TntvUiijcncc and Miscellaneous

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    160 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    102 Captain Abney on the Opacity of

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    164. On the Opacity of the Develope

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    166 Baron N. Schilling on the Const

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    168 Baron N. Schilling on the Const

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    170 Baron N. Schilling on the Const

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    1 72 Baron N. Schilling on the Cons

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    174' Baron N. Scliilling on the Con

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    170 Baron N. Schilling an the Const

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    178 Baron N. Schilling on the Const

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    180 Prof. Challis uii the Hijdrodyn

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    182 Prof. Challis 07i the Hydrodyna

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    184 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodyr.a

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    186 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodynam

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    188 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodynam

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    190 Prof. Challis un the Hydrodynam

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    192 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodynam

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    191- Prof. Challis on the Hydrodyna

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    196 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodynam

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    198 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodynam

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    200 Prof. A. Stoletow un the Magnet

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    202 Prof. A. Stoletow on the Magnet

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    [ 204. ] XXXI. On Tides and Waves.

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    206 Mr. A. Tylor on Tides and Waves

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    208 Uv. A. Tylor on Tides and Waves

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    210 Mr. A. Tylor on Tides and Waves

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    2\2 Mr. A. Tylor on Tides and Waves

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    214 Mr. A. Tylor on Tides and Waves

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    216 Mr. A. Tylor on Tides and Waves

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    218 Mr. A. Tylor on Tides and Waves

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    [ 220 ] XXXII. Proceedings of Learn

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    222 Royal Society :— Feb. 12.—J

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    224 Royal Society:— Mr. A. E. Don

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    226 Ruyal Society. curve represents

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    228 Geological Society :— commonl

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    230 Geological Society. 3. " Oil th

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    232 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    234. Intelligence and Miscellaneuus

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    236 lalelligence and Miscellaneous

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    238 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    240 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    21.2 l)i'. E. J. Mills un Gladstone

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    211' J)r. ]']. J. Mills on Ghdstoua

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    24;6 On Gladstone's Experiments rel

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    248 [Dr. E. "\V, Davy on a very sin

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    250 On a very singular Sulphuretted

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    '2o2 Dr. A. Scliustcr on Unilateral

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    1254 Dr. A. Si-liUs(ci' on Unilafcr

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    256 Dr. A. Sflmslei' on Unilateral

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    258 Lord Uayleigh on the Vibrations

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    i2G0 Lord Rayleigh on the Vibration

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    262 Mr. W. S. Davis on a Method of

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    264 I\Ir. AV. S. Davis on a Method

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    266 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    268 Vrof. A. M. ^Icycr's Researches

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    270 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Reseai-ches

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    27.2 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    274 Prof. J. J. Mullcr on a Mechani

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    27G Prof. J. J. jMiillcr nn a Mecha

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    278 Prof. J. J. Miiller on a Mechan

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    280 Truf. J. J. I\luller o)i a Mech

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    283 Prof. J. J. Miillcr on a Mechan

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    i38-i Piuf. J. J. Muller on a Mecha

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    286 Prof. J. J. Miillcr on a Mechan

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    288 Prof. J. J. MuUcr on a Mechanic

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    290 Prof. J. J. Miiller on a Mechan

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    29.2 Pi-of. J. J. Miiller on a Mech

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    294 A Prijicipk resulting from Hami

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    296 Mv. i'\ Guthrie on an Absolute

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    298 Notices respecting New Books. a

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    300 Notices i-especting New Books,

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    302 Notices respecting New Books. m

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    301. Royal Society — >: ^

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    306 Royal Society — begiin at the

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    308 Royal Society : thermometer cou

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    310 Geological Society :— GEOLOGI

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    3 1 Geoloyical Society — Bassentl

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    [ 314 ] XLV. Intelligence and Misce

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    316 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    318 Intelliyence and Miscellaneous

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    320 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    322 ]\Ir. H. A. Eowland on the Magn

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    32 i Mr. II. A. Rowland on the Magn

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    326 Mr. II. A. Rowland on the Macjn

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    328 Mr. II. A. Rowland on the Magne

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    330 Mr. H. A. Rowland on the Magnet

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    333 I\Ir. II. A. Rowland on the Muy

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    334 Mr. H. A. Rowland on the Magnet

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    336 ]Mr. II. A. Rowland on the Magn

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    338 ^Ir. II. A. Rowland on the Magn

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    34.0 Dr. A. Schuster's Experiments

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    342 Dr. A. Schuster's Experiments o

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    344 Dr. A. Schuster's Experiments o

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    346 Dr. A. Schuster^s Experiments o

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    318 Dr. A. Schuster's Experiments o

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    350 Prof. Cballis on the Hydrodynam

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    352 Prof. Challis on the Hijdrodyna

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    354 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodynam

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    356 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodijii

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    358 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodynam

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    360 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodynam

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    362 Action of a Galvanic Coil on an

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    3G4 Sir WilJiam Thomson on the Pert

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    366 Sir William Thomson on the Pert

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    3G8 Sir William Thomson on Perturba

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    370 Dr. W. M. Watts on the Spectrum

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    372 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    374 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    376 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    378 J^-of. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    380 Trof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    382 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    384< Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    386 Mr. C. Tomlinson on the Action

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    388 On the Action of Solids in libe

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    390 On the Surface-Forces caused by

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    39.2 Boyal Societij .— aud tlic a

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    394 Royal Society. bodies, so, conv

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    896 Inielliycnce and Miscellaneous

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    398 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    400 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    402 Dr. C. R. A. Wright on the Rela

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    404 Dr. C. R. A. Wright on the Rela

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    406 Dr. C. R. A. Wright on the Rela

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    408 Dr. C. R. A. Wright on the Rela

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    410 Dr. C. R. A. Wrisrht on the Rel

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    412 Dr. C. R. A. Wright on the Rela

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    •ilJ; Dr. C. K. A. Wright on the

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    416 Dr. C. R. A. Wright on the Rela

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    418 Dr. C. R. A. Wright on the Rela

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    4-10 J)j-. C. li. A. Wrij'ht on the

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    42:2, l)r. C. 11. A. Wright on the

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    424 Dr. C. K. A. Wright un the Rela

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    4S6 Dr. C. 11. A. Wright on the Rel

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    428 Dr. C. K. A. Wright on the Rela

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    [ 430 ] LVII. The Hydrodynamical Th

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    43.2 Prof. Challis on the Hydrodyna

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    434 Prof. Cliallis on the Hydroihjn

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    4jO Prof. Challis on the Hydrfnhjna

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    438 Prof. C/hallis on tlie Hydrodya

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    440 Prof. CLallis o7i the Hydrodyna

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    442 Prof. Challis un the Hydrodj/na

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    444 Action of a Galvanic Coil on an

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    1 16 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    448 Prof. A. M . Mayer's Researches

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    450 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    452 Lord Rayleigh on a Statical The

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    454 Lord Rayleigh on a Statical The

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    456 Br. W. M.Wsitts on Carbon- Spec

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    458 Mr. J. W. L. Glaisher on the Pr

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    460 Mr, J. W. L. Glaisher on the Pr

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    463 Mr. J. W. L. Glaisher on the Pr

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    464 Mr. J. W. L. Glaisher on the Pr

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    46G Mr. J. W, L. Glaishcr on the Pr

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    4(j^ N'olices resj)edmg New Booh. o

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    470 Notices respectiny New Jiuukts.

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    472 Royal Society — -Dr. W. llugg

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    4.74.' Royal Sucieiij. be, say, 10

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    476 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    478 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    480 Intelligence and Miscellaneous

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    482 M. Hermann llerwig on the Indep

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    484 M. Hermann Herwig on the Indepe

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    486 M. Ilerniauu llcrvvig on the In

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    488 M. Ili-rniinin Hcrvvig on the I

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    490 M. Hermann Herwig on the Indepe

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    492 On the Heat-conducting Power of

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    494 Prof. J. Lovering on the Mathem

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    496 Prof. J. Lovering on the Mathem

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    498 Prof. J. Lovering on the Mathem

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    i)0() Pi-of. J. Lovei-ing on the Ma

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    502 Prof. J. Loveriiig on the Mathe

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    504 Prof. J. Lovering on the Mathem

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    506 Mathematical and Philosophical

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    508 Mr. R. II. M. Bosanquet on Temp

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    510 Mr. R. H. M. Bosanquet on Tempe

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    [ 512 ] LXVIII. On Comets and their

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    514 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    516 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    518 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    520 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    523 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    524 Prof. A. M. Mayer's Researches

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    [ 526 ] LXX. On an Absolute Galvano

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    538 Notices respecting New Books. a

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    530 Royal Society :—Prof. 0. Reyn

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    ^'^'^ Rayal Suciely :— sky. Hence

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    534 Royal Society — the differenc

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    G36 Royal Society .— from the fig

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    538 Royal Society :— resistance h

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    540 Royal Society. Nature of Experi

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    542 Geological Society :— scale ;

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    544 Geological Society :— while t

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    ang, included a large proportion of

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    *4.S INDEX TO VOL. XLVIII AbNEY (Ca

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    .')-)() Horwig (II.) on the heat-co

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    Violle (J.) on the temperature of t

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