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under ground. By Sir Hans pearing larger than when elevated
Sloane -, - Page 257 several degrees above the horizon.
the Rev. James Bradley - 260 Concerning the fire-ball in the air,
J. Martyn, F.R.S. - - 264 Of a fire-ball seen Dec. 11. 1741.
Magnetical observations and experi- 1741. By Capt. Wm. Gordon ib.
Hon. Sir John Clerk, F. R.$. 270 lost her tongue. By Henry Baker,
· sometimes appear and disappear; The effects of cold at Prince of
and on Saturn's ring. By Peter' Wales's Fort, on Churchill river,
F.R.S. - - . - 279 On the method of fluxions. - By
An attempt to explain the phenome- ferent climates. By John Mitchell,
Observations on several species of Of the Giants' Causeway in Ireland,
fresh-water polypi. By M. Abra By the Rev. Richard Pococke,
An account, in pounds and ounces, On the lacrymæ batavicæ, or glass
of the suprising quantities of food drops. By Claud. Nic. le Cat,
. in six successive days, at Black Letter from Leonard Euler, Prof.
Barnsley, in Yorkshire. Com- Math. at Berlin, and F. R. S.
On the death of the Countess Cor. Letter from Mr. Professor Euler
Cesena. . . . - 315 orbits of the planets .. ib.
Mr. William Arderon · · 318 Letter, dated May 2. 1750, from
820 Obervations on the sex of flowers,
serpents do. By Mr. David Er. On coral. By the Sieur de Peys.
A Letter from Mr. G. Stovin, con- Letters of the Abbé Mazeas, F.R.S.
an antique shoe, found in a "ments in France, concerning the
· had lost the apex and body of concerning an electrical kite.
M.D. F.R.S. - - 327 Of the great alterations which the
- William Watson, F.R.S. 329 of Sciences at Petersburgh 960
Herculaneum - Page 362 Of artificial cold produced at Pe.
Mr.John Robertson, F.R.S. 379 Three papers containing experi.
Mendes da Costa, F.R.S. 381 Observations on animals commonly
Of some fossil fruits, and other bo- An account of some peculiar ad.
dies, found in the island of Shep- vantages in the structure of the
On the heat of the weather in Geor. Two letters from the Hon. Wm.
gia. By H. Ellis, Esq. 384 Hamilton, containing an account
Conjectures concerning the cause, Observations on the bones found
and observations on the pheno- near the river Ohio, in America,
Rev. W. Hirst, F.R.S. Page 425 Account of a woman in the shire of
Astronomical observations made, by An account of the calculations made
M.A. F.R.S. - - 437 On the eruption of Mount Vesu.
Mr. Mustel of Rouen . ib. letter from Sir Wm. Hamilton,
de Grace -' - 442 Account of the Harmattan, a sin-
cond perpetual secretary of the Account of the termites in Africa,
academy of that city • 445 and other hot climates. By Mr.
son, M. D. of Philadelphia 453 Account of some late fiery meteors.
tricus. By J.Hunter, F. R. S. 455 On the construction of the heavens.
On the strata observed in sinking for Hamilton, K.B. F.R.S. Dated
water at Boston, Lincolnshire. By Naples, August 25. 1794
under similar circumstances. By An enquiry concerning the source
Sir Benj. Thompson, Knt. 487 of the heat which is excited by
with a few introductory remarks The Croonian Lecture. Being ex.
vens. By Wm. Herschel 494 structure of nerves. By Everard
Observations on the sugar-ants. Experiments on the refrangibility of
By John Castles, Esq. - 501 the invisible rays of the sun. By
Esq. F. R. S. -
512 Observations by Dr. Herschel, with
Account of some remarkable caves certain stony substances, which
in the principality of Bayreuth, at different times are said to have
there. By John Hunter 531 Howard, Esq. - - ib.