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Nature
(Thursday, November 4, 1869)

Index to volume I,   pp. [iii]-viii


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INDEX TO VOLUME I.
AccllMatatOn bocIety 01 r arls, 236
Actuaries, Institute of, 247
Aerolites, Falls of, 120. (See eateors.)
Agassiz (Prof. Alexander) on Corals in the Atlantic, z47
Agricultural Chemistry; 424 ; in France, 353
Agricultural Map of France, 86
Air, Organic Matters contained in, 327, 339, 351, 361, 392, 405
Airy (G. B.), Report of his Paper on Magnetic Disturbances and
  Effects, &c, 390; Atmospheric Chromatic Dispersion, 87
Airy (Hubert) on a Distinct Form of Transient Hemiopsia, 445
Albite in Granite, Report of Prof. Haughton's Paper on, I75
Alcohol, New Test for, 61; its Effect on Animal Heat, 62; Dr.
  Dupre on Elimination of, 85 ; Reactions of, 392
Alizarine, Artificial, 369
Allen's Mammalia of Massachusetts, 625
Amagat on the Law of Mariotte, 567
American Association, Meeting of, 83
American Government and Science, 86, 113
American Recent Total Eclipse, by J. N. Lockyer, F.R.S., 14;
  see also 170, 532
Analogy of Colour and Music, 384; see Comour
Anatomical Lectures to Female Students, 337
Andral (M.) on the Temperature of the Human Body, 201
Anemometer, New, 640
Anglo-Saxon Conquest of England,by Dr. Rolleston,F.R.S.,66i
Antarctic Explorations, Report of 1apers, &c., 568
Anthracite Deposits in Carinthia, 178
Anthropological Society, 62, 198, 368, 445, 491, 568, 639, 642,
  664
Apjohn's (Professor) Report of his Paper on the Analysis of
  Sugar, 175
Archaeology, Pre-historici byJohnEvans, F.R.S., 77
Archer's Freshwater Radiolaria, 189
Arctic Regions, German and Swedish Expeditions to, by R. A.
  Proctor, 313
Armstrong (Sir W.) on the Meteor of November, 1869, 112
Aromatic Acids, Synthesis of, 297
Ascidians and Vertebrates, kinship of, go
Asiatic Society of London, 117
Assured Lives, Mortality of, 521
Astronomical Congress at Vienna, 26
Astronomical Society, 145, 221, 390, 543, 663
Astronomy, Chinese, 221. (For Astronomy, consult the several
  headings Eclzsr, MAteors, and the like.)
Atmospheric Chromatic Dispersion, Correction of, 87
Atmospheric Germ Theory, 351
Atomic Controversy, The, 44
Atoms, size of, 551
Aurora Borealis, 347
Australian Mesozoic Geology and Paleontology, go
Australia, Telegraphic Communication with, 267
Australia, Western, 6X5
Babington (Prof.) on the Flora of Iceland, 345
Bail on Androgynous Inflorescence, 293; on Parasitic Fungi,
  293
Baillon's History of Plants, by Professor Oliver, F.R.S., 52
Baiys Our Own Birds, 356
Baker's (Sir Samuel) Expedition, 512
Balfour's (Prof.) Letter on the Transactions of the Royal Society
  of Edinburgh, 534
Barrett's (W. F.) Notes on the Correlation of Colour and Music,
  286; Letter on, 4o6
Barrows, Ancient British, 460, 583
Bartholomew's Advanced Atlas, 380
Bastian (Dr.) on Sensation and Perception, 213, 309; on Pro-
  toplasm, 424
Bate (C. Spence) on Prismatic Ice, 536
Batees Address to the Entomological Society, 357
Becquerel (MI.) on the Action of Light upon Bodies, 120; his
  Memoir on Electro-capillarv Phenomena, 147
Beke (Dr.) on Dr. Livingstone's Explorations, 240; on the
  Solution of the Nile Prob em, 405
Bell's New Tracks in North America, 163
Bell (Melville), Report of his Paper on Pronouncing all Lan-
  guages (Philological), '99
Bennett (Alfred W., F.L.S.) on the Fertilisation of Winter
  Flowering Plants, 11, 58; en Vegetable Monstrosities, 328
Benzol, Novel Applicatiun of, 244
Berkeley (Rev. AM. J.) on Oliver's Indian Botany, 234
Berlin Academy of Sciences, 177, 416
Berlin: German Chemical Society, 63, 121, 226, 297, 322, 369,
  446, 493, 546
Bessemer Process under Pressure, 292
Bettinger's Sandwich Islands, ic8
Bheel Tribes (Royal Asiatic Society), 117
Bibliothiq'ie des Merveilles, by G. F. Rodwell, F.C.S., 187
Bidgood (WV.) on the Turdus Whitei, 363
Binnie (Francis G.) on Cuckows' Eggs, 5o8
Binz (Prof.), New Bodyobtained from Quinine, 322
Birchall (Edwin) on Irish Lepidoptera, 267
Birds, Flight of, 363, 431
Birmingham Natural History and Microscopical Society, 63, 639
Blood, Coagulation of, 117
Blood Corpuscles, 5S7
Blood-letting, Origin of, by E. Ray Lankester, "6
Boillot (M.) on Euclid's Postulate, 321
Bonn Natural History Society, 177, 332
Bonney (Rev. T. G.) on Veined Structure in Ice, 337; on
  Natural Science in the University of Cambridge, 451, 628
Book Shelf, Our, 17, 53, 8o, lo8, 134, i65, 188, 212, 236,
  260, 283, 306, 329, 355, 380, 403, 428, 456, 480, 503. (Con-
  sult also the names of the several Authors.)
Boston Society of Natural History, 348, 369, 4X8, 569
Brachiopoda obtained near Buileigh Sa'terton, Notes on; Re-
  port on Mr. Davidson's Paper at the Geological Society, 222
Brady on Foraminifera, 477
Brain, development of grey matter of, 62
Breath, Human, in Health and Disease, 520
Bremiker's Geodesy, 54
Bridge's Physiology, 480
Brighton and Sussex, Natural Histery Society, 92, 201, 394,
  469, 593
British Aluseum Herbarium, 343
Brome, Capt. F. (the late), 509
Browning on Changes in Jupiter, 138
Brussels, Royal Academy of Sciences, 92, 226, 641
Bryce (Dr.) on the Geological Structure of Skye and the West
  Highlands, 368
Busk (Prof.) on Capt. Fred. Brome, 509
Butler's Exotic Lepidoptera, 17
Calamites, Organisation of, 393
Caldwell's Agricultural Analysis, 428
Calvaria, Ancient (Ethnological Suc.), 247
Cambridge, Notes from, 26, 140, 586; Science at, by James
  Stuart, 58; Scholarships and Exhibitions for Natural Science,
  59, i 68
Cambridge Philosophical Society, 468, 493, 639
Camera, Improved Eclipse, 313
.Campbell of Islay (Mr.) on British Mythology (Report), 592
Canons, by Archibald Geikie, F. R. S, 434
Carbonic Acid decomposed by Leaves, 142
Carpenter (Dr. WV. 1B.) on the Temperature and Animal Life
  of the Deep Sea, 489, 540, 563
Carpmael (Ernest) on the zholar Prominences, 607
Carruthers (WN.) on the Plants of Middlesex, 107
Cassell's Technical Manuals, Si


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