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Account of the burning concave tholin, of a crystal-like body sent
glass, made at Lyons, by M. to him from Iceland - Page 28 * Villette . . Page 1 of the abundance of wood found M. Auzout's speculations on the under ground in Lincolnshire 30 - changes likely to be discovered in Of the stone quarry near Maestricht
the earth and moon, by their inhabitants
- 2 Mathemnatical principles of light, Swarms of mischievous insects, in colours, the rainbow, &c. By
New England - . . 3 F. M. Grimaldi of Bologna 81 Observations on the Barometer. By A letter of Mr. Isaac Newton to the
Dr. Wallis e - 4 secretary, containing his new The rotation of Jupiter on his axis. theory of light and colours - 32
By Mr. Hook and M. Cassini ib. Account of the rotation of a permaGeneral heads for a natural history nent spot in the planet Jupiter,
of a country. By Mr. Boyle 5 observed by Signor Cassini - 35 Of four suns observed in France 7 Some observations about shining Hypothesis on the flux and reflux of flesh, made by Mr. Boyle - 36
the sea. By Dr. Jolin Wallis 8 Observations on the nature of snow. Of worms that eat stones and mortar. By Dr. Grew • . 37
By M. de la Voye - 12 Some observations made by a mi. Observations on ants. By Dr. Ed. croscope, contrived by M. Leu.
mund King .. . - 13w enhoek, in Holland - 39 Experiments concerning the relation An attempt to prove the motion of
between air and light in shining the earth from observations made
wood and fish. By Mr. Boyle 16 by Robert Hook - - 41 Account by the celebrated Dr. Har- Microscopical observations made by
vey, of Thomas Parr, who died in M. Leuwenhoek . . 42 London at the age of 152 years Microscopical observations concernand nine months . . 17 ing blood, milk, bones, and the Some observations concerning the brain. By M. Leuwenhoek 43
darting of spiders. In a letter to An account given by Denys Papin Mr. J. Ray - - - 18 to show that the rain and snow Concerning the eruptions of Mount waters are sufficient to make
Ætna - - . 19 fountains and rivers run perpeSome enquiries concerning the salt tually .
springs and the way of salt-making Restoration of animal life. By Dr. at Nantwich in Cheshire, answered Pechlin - - - 46
by William Jackson, M.D. 21 Observations on a subterranean fire An account of a halo seen at Paris : in a coal-mine near Newcastle.
also on the cause of these meteors, By Dr. Lucas Hodgson - 47 - and of parhelias or mock suns. By Observations on animalcula seen in
M. Huygens ... - 22 rain, well, sea, and snow water ; Experiments about respiration. By as also in pepper water. By M.
the Hon. Robert Boyle - 23 Leuwenhoek . . - 48 The manner of spiders projecting On the trembling of consonant
their threads. Communicated by strings. By Dr. Wallis - 51 Mr. John Ray - - 28 of an unusual meteor. By Dr. An account, by Dr. Erasmus Bar. Wallis
On the motion of light. By M. Of the pores in the skin of the
Romer - - Page 52 hands and feet. By Neh. Grew,
Observations in Congo. By Michael Abstract of a letter from Mr. Leu-
Angelo de Guattini . - 58 wenhoek to the R. S., dated
bones, also of hair. By Mr. - various figures of the salts con.
Account of the salt springs and salt. A discourse concerning gravity and
Thomas Rastell - - 59 the descent of heavy bodies. By
ing an account of the vast num- Propositions concerning the descent
bers of animals in melts of fish 61 of lieavy bodies, and the motion of
hoek - - - 63 On the effects of a burning specu.
worm. By Edward Tyson 71 Account of the Giants' Causeway,
appearances of several woods, and Account of the mischief which befell
water. By John Harris, M. A. Captain Longford's observations on
rector of Winchelsea - Page 116 his own experience upon burri-
By Mr. Leuwenhoek - 120 On sable mice, which have lately
Turks. By Dr. Edward Smyth, about Thorne, and other places
F.R.S. - - - - 121 adjacent to the mountains. By
Principia Mathematica. By Mr. On the fossil shells and fishes at
Edmund Halley . . 126 Broughton, in Lincolnshire. By
ground in Ireland. By Thomas Observations on the fossils of Re-
Yorkshire. By Richard Richard. Letter from Dr. Wallis to Dr.
Account of one Edm. Melloon, who Concerning some remains lately ob-
was of an extraordinary size ib. served in Lincolnshire. - By Mr.
On the scarabæus galeatus pulsator, Concerning a water-spout, lately
or the death-watch. By Mr.Ben observed at Hatfield. By the
jamin Allen . . 141 Rev. Mr. Abraham de la Pryme,
An account of cochineal. By Mr. Concerning the icy mountains of
Anthony Van Leuwenhoek, Switzerland. By William Bur.
F.R.S. - - . 184 net, Esq. - - - ib.
of duck-weed. By M. Leuwen- the burning-glass of the Duke of
hoek, F. R. S. ' . - 186 Orleans. By Mons. Geoffroy,
By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee • ib. Experiments on fishes kept in water,
dust in the evacuated receiver. By By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F.R.S.
Of ancient manuscripts. By Mr. Observations on the subterraneous
Humfrey Wanley - - 190 trees in Dagenham and other
bodies in vacuo. By Mr. Fr. Thames. By the Rev. Mr. W.
lain six days covered with snow, of the infinity of the sphere of fixed
dich - - Page 220 Account of a boy who lived a con-
Dr. Edmund Halley . . ib. Concerning a new island lately raised
Some microscopical observations on The specific gravities of several
the substance of a melon. By bodies. By M. Fahrenheit, R. S. S.
. . 246
, 4 - 247
An account of the extraordinary Clarke
- - ib.
Edm. Halley, LL.D. - 236 his sight so early, that he had no
On the plague 'at Constantinople. An account of elephants' and mam,
By Emanuel Timone, M.D. 239 moths' teeth and bones found