Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 39

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J. Murray., 1870
 

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Dr A Matthiessen and C R Wright on the Action of Hydrochloric Acid
9
Report of a Committee consisting of Mr C W Merrifield F R S
10
Mr W H Russell on the Mechanical Tracing of Curves
15
Report of the Committee appointed to consider and report how
47
Preliminary Report of the Committee appointed for the determination
55
On the Chemical Reactions of Light discovered by Professor Tyndall
66
Dr Thomas Moffat on the Oxidation of Phosphorus and the Quantity
72
On Fossils obtained at Kiltorkan Quarry Co Kilkenny By Wm Hel
73
Report of the Committee on the Chemical Nature of Cast Iron
82
Report on the practicability of establishing A Close Time for
91
Experimental Researches on the Mechanical Properties of Steel
96
Prof Clkland on the Interpretation of the Limbs and Lower Jaw
119
Dr Chables Kidd on the Physiology of Sleep and of Chloroform Anesthesia
125
Second Report on the British Fossil Corals By Dr P Marttn Duncan
150
The Rev J MCanns Philosophical Objection to Darwinism or Evolution
151
Report of the Committee appointed to get cut and prepared Sections
171
Fifth Report of the Committee for Exploring Kents Cavern Devon
189
Report of the Committee on tho Connexion between Chemical Consti
209
On Emission Absorption and Eeflection of Obscuro Heat By Prof
214
Report on the best means of providing for a uniformity of Weights
308
Supplement to the Second Report of the Committeo on the Condensation
330
Report on Mineral Veins in Carboniferous Limestone and their Organic
360
Notes on the Foraminifera of Mineral Veins and the adjacent Strata
381
Interim Report of the Committee on the Laws of the Flow and Action
402
On the Influence of Form considered in Relation to the Strength
422
On the Penetration of Armourplates with long Shells of large capacity
430
Dr Balfottb Stewabt on a Selfrecording Raingauge 52
52
Dr Thomas Andrews on the Absorptionbands of Bile 59
59
Dr T L Phipson on the Solubility of Lead and Copper in pure and impure
73
Mr Walter Weldon on the Manufacture of Chlorine by means of perpetu
79
Mr Robert Brown on the Elevation and Depression of the Greenland Coast 85
85
Mr G Wareinq Ormerods Sketch of the Granite of the Northerly
98
Mr H Woodward on Freshwater Deposits of the Valley of the River Lea
103
Mr It Brown on the Mammalian Fauna of Northwest America 109
109
Letter from Prof Wyville Thomson to the Rev A M Norman on
115
Dr J D Heatons further Observations on Dendroidal Forms assumed
127
Sir Duncan Gibb on the Paucity of Aboriginal Monuments in Canada 133
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Address by Sir Bartle Frere President of the Section 152
152
Beke on a Canal to unite the Upper Nile and Red Sea 150
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Address by tho Right Honourable Sir Staffobd Nohthcote Bart C B
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Mr William Botley on the Condition of the Agricultural Labourer 170
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Mr Frank P Fellowes on our National Accounts 100
191
Mr F Pordys Statistical Notes on some Experiments in Agriculture 107
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Mr John Frederic Bateman and Julian John Rbvts Description of
206
Mr Thomas Login on Roads and Railways in Northern India as affected
214
Mr G J Symons on a Method of determining the true amount of Evapora
220
Mr T S Prideaux on the Occasional definition of the Convolutions of
226
Prof Leone Levi on the Economical Condition and Wages of the Agricultural
236
Dr Hickss Notes on the Discovery of some Fossil Plants in the Cambrian
241
Professor F CraceCalveht on the Amount of Soluble and Insoluble Phos
247
Mr Trelawney W Saunderss Account of Mr Coopers Attempt to reach
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Seite 171 - L'honneur est comme une île escarpée et sans bords : On n'y peut plus rentrer dès qu'on en est dehors.
Seite xvii - Members of the Association. Persons not belonging to such Institutions shall be elected by the General Committee or Council, to become Life Members of the Association, Annual Subscribers, or Associates for the year, subject to tho approval of a General Meeting.
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Seite 151 - Each organism exhibits within a short ' space of time, a series of changes which, when supposed to ' occupy a period indefinitely great, and to go on in various ' ways instead of one way, give us a tolerably clear conception ' of organic evolution in general.
Seite civ - ... which I regard, not as balancing and suspending the ordinary physical laws, but as working with them and through them to the attainment of a designed end. What this something, which we call life, may be, Is a profound mystery. We know not how many links In the chain of secondary causation may yet remain behind; we know not how few. It would be presumptuous indeed...
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