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Kolbe, on lactic acid, 144, valeral, 145. Meteoric stones which fell in Indiana March
Kuntzman, Spruner and Thomas, atlas of 28th, 1859, J. L. Smith, 409.
America, 419.

Microscope, improved, H. J. Clark, 37.
I first great, in 1829, 38, note.

Mineral localities, new, on Lake Superior, 8.
Lacaita on earthquakes of Italy, 210. | Minerals, alteration of, Eichhorn, 130.
Lakes, disappearance of ice on, 359. MINERALS--
Larves of flies not poisoned by arsenic, 166. Aciculite, 130.
Lava consolidates on steep slopes, 221.

Adelpholile, Nordenskiöld, 130.
LeConte, Jos., correlation and conservation of Agalmatolite, Scheerer, 131.

force in physical, chemical and vital phe- Albite from California, Genth, 249.
nomena, 305.

Alisonite, Field, 131.
Lecture, Huxley's, on phenomena of gemma Analcime, 131.
tion, 206.

on Lake Superior, 8.
Lesley, J. P., his iron manufacturer's guide, Apalile, 131.
noticed, 156.

Apophyllite on Lake Superior, 9.
Lesquereur, L, on the coal formations of N.ll Arngonile, 131.
America, 21.

Asbolan or Earthy Cobalt, 131.
on fossil plants from Vancouver Island,|| Autunite, 131.
&c., 85.

Barnhardiile, 132.
LeVerrier, purturbations of Uranus, 445.

Genth's remarks on, 217.
Lichen's of N. America, Tuckerman, 200. Barytes, 132.
Liebig on scientific and practical instruction,ll on Lake Superior, 9.
295.

Binnite, 132.
Lieber, O. M., Report on Geol, S. C., 148. | Bismuth, native, in Bolivia. Genth. 247.

on changes in coast of S. Car., 331. Blende, 132.
Lime and magnesian salts, reaction of, 170, Bolionite, G. J. Brush, 132.
365.

Bornite, see Tetrodymite.
Lithium, atomic weight of, 319.

Brewsteriie, J. W. Mallet, 48.
Logan, Sir W. E., Geol. survey of Canada Brewstoline, 132.
by, noticed, 148.

Brochantiie, 132.
Loomis, E., aurora of August, 1859, 386. | Calamine, 132.
Lyell, Sir Ch., on Prof. C. Piazzi Smith's! Calciferrite, J. R. Blum, 133.
news of the origin of Teneriffe, 283. Calcite, 133.

on consolidation of lava on sleep slopes, Calcopyrite on Lake Superior, 11.
221,

Caiderile, see Garnet.
Lütken, Dr. Ch. F., on Ophiurans, 55.

Cassiterite. 133.
Lyman, C. S., Aurora of August, 1859, 391. Castelnaudite, see Xenotime.

biographical sketch of D. Olmsted, 109. Chalybiie on Lake Superior, 10.
Lyman, T., abstract of Opbiurans, 55. Chrysocolla on Lake Superior, 11.
Lyon, Sidney, and S. A. Casrday, descrip Cimolite, 133.
tion of nine new crinoids, 233.

Cobalt, black, see Asbolan.
Cobalt-scurodite, 142,

Conarite, Breithaupt, 133.
Magnesia, salts of, and magnesian rocks, how!

Copper on Lake Superior, 11.
formed, T. S. Hunt, 170 and 365.

Copperasine, Shepard, 133.
Magnetism, its relations to torsion, 432.

Crocoisite, 134.
Mahistre, mechanics, noticed, 13..

Datholile on Lake Superior, 12.
Mahla, F., on gallic and gallbumic acids, 383.1

Deweylite, 134.
Mullet, J. W., atomic weight of lithiurn, 319. |

Diallogiie, T. S. Hun!, 134.
on Brewsterite, 48.

Dolomites, J. W. Mallet, T. S. Hunt, J.
on the nitride of zirconium, 346.

D. Whitney, 134.
Mammals of N. America, Baird's, 158.

Ducktownite, G. J. Brush, 129.
Manganese, equivalent of, 437.

Dufrenoysite, 131.
Marcou, J., his Jurassic in N. Mexico shown

Ehliie, 140.
to be Cretaceous, 298.

Ellagire, A. E. Nordenskiöld, 134.
his strictures on N. American geologists, Enargile, 131.
noticed, 153.

Epidote, 135.
Murchison's notice of his Dyas and! Erusibite, 129, 135.
Trias, 256.

Franklinite, 135.
Marignac, on isomorphism of stannic, silicic! Galena, 135.
and zirconic acids, 437.

Garnet, 135.
Martins, von, notice of Brown, 290.

Gersdorffiie, 135.
Massey's Indicator, 4.

from Phoenixville, 248.
Matteucci, Cours d'Electrophysiologie, 432. Glauconite, 133.
Mouna Lon, eruptions of. 66, 284,
Mayr, F, on Wolfram-steel, 277.

Gold, 135,

Genth's observations on, 253.
McClintock, Copt., his announcement of the! Gongylite, Thoreld, 135.
fole of Franklin, 423.

Guariniie, 142.
Meteor, shooung, 270.
of August 11, 300.

Guayacanite, see Enargite.
| Gymnile, see Deweylile.

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MINERALS

I MINERALSHematite. 135.

Silver on Lake Superior, 19. on Lake Superior, 13.

Smaragdile, 7'. S. Hunt, 140. Herschelite, 135.

Specular iron, see Hematite. Hislopile, 133.

Sphene, 142. Homichlin, Breithaupt, see Barnhardite. Siilbile, 142. Horublende, 135.

Sundvikire, A. E. Nordenskiöld, 142. Hunterite, 133.

Tarnowitzite, 131. Hyalophane, 136.

Tetradymile from Lumpkin Co., Ga., C. U. Jimenile, analyses of, by Rammelsberg, Shepard, 142; from Dahlonega, Ga., 136.

C. T. Jackson, 142. lolite, 137.

Thermophyllite, 143. Iron, native, of Bohemia, 137.

Titanic iron, see Ilmenite. of Tennessee, Genth, 246.

Tourmaline, 143, meteoric (supposed), 259.

Traversellite, 140. Jwaarile, see Schorlomite.

Tungstate of lime, rhomhic, Genth, 252. Karelinile, R. Hermann, 137.

Vauquelinite, W.J. Taylor, 143. Kapnicite, 137.

Vestan, 141. Keilhanile, 137.

Vorhauserite, Kenngott, 143. Krantzile, C. Bergemann, 138.

Warellite, 143. Labradorite, 138.

Weissigile on Lake Superior, 18. Lapis Lazuli, 133.

Whitneyite, Genth. 143. Lazulile, 138.

Genth's remarks on, 247. Lendbillite, 133.

Wolfram, Genth, 253, Leonhardite on Lake Superior, 14.

Xenotime, 143. Lepidochlore, 130.

Zeolites of Lake Superior, 19. Lepidomelane, 138.

Zinc, 143. Limunite, Tu mey's analyses of, 138. Zinc-bloom, 144. on Lake Superior, 14.

Mineralogy, Dana's 7th Supplement, 128. Liroconiie, 133.

list of new works on, 128 and heyond. Magnetise, 138.

Genth's contributions to, 246. WhilManganire on Lake Superior, 15.

ney's, 8. Mellite, 139.

Mueller, F., Fragmenta Phytographiæ AusMicrocline, 139.

traliæ, 290. Molybdate of iron from California, Genth, Murchison, Sir R. I., anniversary address 218.

before Geographical Society, 303. Molybdenite, 139.

discoveries of Burton and Speke, 412. Natrolite, 139.

on the Palliser expedition 311. Nevtokite, 139.

notice of Marcou's Dyas and Trias, 256. Nickel and Copper, arseniuret of, on Lake Superior, 15.

N. Nickel ores, C. Bergemann, 139.

Newberry, J. S., Reports on Geology, Botany Nickel-Gymnite, W. J. Taylor, 139. . and Zoology of N. California and Oregon, Octahedral iron of Vesuvius, Rammelsberg, noticed, 152. 135.

Explorations in N. Mexico, 298, 450. Orthoclase, 140.

Nicklės, J., correspondence of, 119, 424. on Lake Superior, 16.

bibliographical notices, 159, 431. Osteoliie, 190.

saponite, 141. Oxyd of nickel, 139.

Nile, sources of, 411.
Pectolite, 110.

Nuttall, Thos., death of, 444.
Pelicanile, 140.
Perofskite, 110.
Pholerite, Gouth, 251.
Phosphorchalcite, 140.

Obituary of Robert Brown, 161.
Pyrophyllile, 110.

Cagniard de Latour, 424. Pyroxene, 140.

Jos. Grailich, 451. Pyrgom, 141.

Dr. Horsefield, 444. Quarız, a peculiar form, 141.

Humboldi, 96, 164. Retzbanvite, R. Hermann, 141.

T. Nuttall, 444. Rhomhic lungstate of lime, 252.

D. Olmsied, by C. S.Lyman, 109. Ripidolite, Genth, 250.

Carl Riller, 451. Rollisite, Breithaupt, 141.

Odors of perlumes, 427. Rutile, 141.

Olmsted, D., biographical sketch of, 109. Saponiic, 141.

Oriental Society, Journal of, 450.
Saussuriie, T. S. Hunt, 141.

Ondarza's new map of Bolivia, 95.
Scheeliie, Genth, 252.
Schorlomite, ul.
Scorodite, 142.

Palliser expedition, 341.
Serpentine, 142

Passes of ihe Rocky Mountains, report on on Lake Superior, 18.

| iwo new ones, 320. Smithsonite, 142.

il Payen and Fremy on Cellulose, 123.

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Peck, Wm. G., Elements of Mechanics, no-|| Troost and Deville on densities of vapors, 435. ticed, 303.

Trowbridge, W.P., deep sea sounding, new Photography by Carbon, 429.

apparatus for, 1. Planet, supposed new, between Sun and on deep sea sounding in reference to an Mercury, 445,

Atlantic ielegraph, 51. Poey, A., on Aurora of Aug. 1859, 403. | Tuckerman, Prof. E., enumeration of North Pöpplein, J. P., analysis of Albite by, 249. American lichens, 200. Prestwitch on bone cave, 287.

Tuttle of Cambridge, obtains the comet prize, Prizes of French Academy, 119-121.

120.
Twining, A. C., aurora of 1859, 394.

shooting stars of Aug. 1859, 446.
Rammelsberg, Dr., analyses of Ilmonite, 136.
Ramsay, Prof. A. C., on Welch glaciers, 29.
Richard, Dr., Dict. d'Agricult., &c., 431. Valeral compounds with acids, 145.
Riller, Carl, death of, 451.

Vapors, density of, at high temperatures, 435. Rocky Mountains, exploration of two new Vibrations in Holyoke waterfall, Snell, 228. passes, by Blakiston, 320.

Vilmorin on Alizarin, 277. Rogers, H. D., notice of his Pennsylvania Volcanoes, conical form of, 221. Geol. Report, 149.

eruption of Mount Hood, 448.

M. Loa, 66.
S.

W.
Sabine, Gen. E., on Capt. Blakiston's Re-||
port, 320.

Wagner's visit to the Cordilleras, 93. Scientific versus practical Instruction, 298. Warren's memoir to accompany a map of Searl, George, takes a prize for planet Ne- the W. Territory of U. S., 418. mausa, 119.

Water as the medium by which the ingredi. Shepard, C. U., proposed new minerals, 129.| ents of a soil enter plants, 79.

on supposed meteoric iron from N. C.,!' Waterfall of Holyoke, vibrations in, 228. 259.

Wells, D. A., on meteor of Aug. 11, 300. on a shooting meteor, 270.

Whitney, J. D., new mineral localities, 8. Shooting stars of August, 1859, E. C. Her. Wolfram steel, 277. rick, 446.

Woody fibre transformed to sugar, 126. Silliman, B., Jr., meteor of Aug. 11, 300. Wormley, T. G., chemical reactions of Simple bodies, discussion on, 121.

1. strychnia, 216. Smith, J. L., account of meteoric stones Wuriz, A., on oxyd of ethylene, 144.

fallen in Indiana, March 28, 1859, 409. Wylie, T. A., on Elephas primogenius in Snell, E, S., vibrations in Holyoke fall, 228. White River, 283. Soils, absorptive properties of, 71; economy of ammonia in, 76; the function of, 84.

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Sounding apparatus, new, 1.
South Carolina, changes in coast of, 352. Zirconium, nitride of, J. W. Mallet, 346.
Spencer, C. A., his improved microscopes, 39. ZOOLOGY--
Sieel, containing tungsten, 277.

Amphipoda Skandinaviens, 445.
Slimpson, W., Zoological bibliography, 445. in Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 159.
N. A. Crustacea, 159.

in Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad., 159. Stoddard, 0. N., Diluvial striæ, 227.

Bruzelius, R., on Amphipoda, 445. Storer, F. H., on larves of flies resisting ar Clark and Lülken on Ophiurians, 55. senic, 166.

origin of Vibrio, 107. Strychnia, chemical reactions of, 216.

equivocal generation', 154. Sturm, Cours d'Analyse, noticed, 432.

Gill's synopsis of freshwater fishes of Submarine telegraph, importance of sound Trinidad, 159. ings for, 51.

Proceed. Nat. Hist. Soc. of Copenhagen, 445.

of Oregon and California, Newberry, 152. Torsion and magnetism, relations of, 432. of North America, Baird, 158. Torrey, J., Botany of Mexican Boundary,! Ophiurians, a tribe of star fishes, 55. 291.

growth of, 59. Tollen, Gen. J. G., sudden disappearance of Olio Torell, Spittzbergens molluskfauna, ice on lakes, 359.

noticed, 444. Trask, J. B., aurora of Aug. 1859, 406.

Slimpson, N. American Crustacea, 159. earthquakes of 1858 in California, 446. 1 Vibrio, origin of, H. J. Clark, 107.

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