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can Geologists and Naturalists, 427.-Iowa Meteorite: Supernumerary Rain-
bows, by John BROCKLESBY, 429.-On some Recent and Remarkable Exam-
ples of the Protection afforded by Metallic Conductors against Heavy Strokes
of Lightning, by Sir W. S. Harris, 430.-On the Colored Glass employed in
Glazing the new Palm House in the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew, by R.
Hrnt, 431.-On the Application of Gutta Percha for Modeling, by Mr. Busk,
432.— Report on Atmospheric Waves, by W. R. BIRT, 433.—On the height of
Auroral Årches, by Prof. T. CHEVALLIER, 436.-On the Resources of Irish Sea
Fisheries, by Mr. R. VALPY, 437.-Smithsonian Institution, 438.—Prospectus of
the Publication of a New Series of the Journal of the Academy of Natural Sci-
ences of Philadelphia : On the Discovery of Gun-Cotton, by Prof. SCHENBEIN,
410.- Microscopic Examination of Gun-Cotton, by Dr Bacon: On the Produc-
uon of Vanilla in Europe, 445.-—-Phosphorescent Fungus: Effects of Datura san-
guinea, 446.–The Condor of the Cordillera, 447.–Fossil Footprints, by JAMES
DEANE, 448.—The Geological Society of France : American Science in Tur-
key: Prof. Agassiz: Large Crystal of Colu
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BIGNY, 452.-Lexicon Scientiarum-a Dictionary of Terms used in the various
branches of Anatomy, Astronomy, Botany, Geology, Geometry, Hygiene, Min-
eralogy, Natural Philosophy, Physiology, Zoology, &c., by Prof." Henry Mc-
MURTRIE, M.D., 454.-Outlines of the Course of Qualitative Analysis followed
in the Giessen Laboratory, by Henry Will, Ph. D., with a preface by Ba-
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ERRATA AND ALTERATIONS.
P. 22, 1. 14 from bottom, and p. 24, line 17 from top, for “longioribus," read “superantibus.”—P. 64, line 16 from top, for “bright," read“ light.”—P. 74, line 5 from top, for “Class II,” read “Class 1.”—P. 114, after note at bottom, insert Eds.
P. 28, 1. 16 from top, for "one hundred and twenty," read“ twenty."
for “these," read “their."
("2+0)-(=1," read “2+0-1=1." P. 177, 1. 13
" acids are often found,” read“ acid are often formed." P. 177, 1. 17
"heat,” read “ treat.'
insert "the" before " anhydride." P. 181, 1. 8
insert "an" before "amide.” P. 181, 1. 14
insert 02 after H2.
“chlorainline" and " bichlorainline," read “chloraniline" and " bichloraniline."
Vol. iii, p. 295, in the formula of pyroxyline, dele 8H0.