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Popular Science Review, Vol. 1 contains:

Cora. By Prof. J. Buckman, F.L.S.,

P.G.S., F.S.A., Ac. Illustrated. The Daisy. By Mrs. Lankester. Illustrated. The Crown Animalcule. By P. H.

Gosse, F.R.S. Illustrated. The Lowest Forms of Life. By James

Samuelsou and Dr. Bruxton Hicks,

F.L.S. Iron and Steel. By R. Hunt, F.R.S. Artificial Light. By Prof. Ansted,

F.R.S. The Breath of Life. By W. Crookes,

F.R.S. The West Coast of Equatorial Africa.

With a Coloured Map. The Great Comet of 1861. ByJ.Breen.

Illustrated. Caverns and their Contents. By Prof.

Ansted, F.R.S. The Lowest Forms of Life. Illustrated. The Flower Animalcules. ByP.H.Gosse,

F.R.S. Illustrated. Cotton. By Dr. Lankester, F.R.S.

Illustrated. Gram. By Prof. Buckman, F.L.S. Illustrated. The Reflex Theory. By G. H. Lewes. Solar Chemistry. By K. Hunt, F.R.S.

With Coloured Diagram. Optical Phenomena of the Atmosphere.

By G. F. Chambers. The Phosphorescence of the Sea. With

a Plate.

The Sun and Solar Phenomena. With

a Coloured Plate. By James Breen,

F.R.A.S. Light and Colour. With a Coloured

Plate. By Robert Hunt, F.R.S. The Application of Science to Electroplating. By G. Gore, F.R.S. Artificial Precious Stones. By W. S.

Howgrave. The White Clover. By Mrs. Lankester.

With two Plates. The Human Heart. By Isaac Ashe,

B.A., T.C.D. The Great Exhibition of 1S62. The Britannia and Conway Tubular

Bridges. With Page Plate. ByW. C.

Unwin, B.Sc. Primitive Astronomy. With two

Coloured Illustrations. The Physics of a Sunbeam. With

Coloured Plate. By R. Hunt, F.R.S. The English California. By G. P.

Bevan, F.G.S. The Contents of Caverns (concluding

Part). By D. T. Ansted, F.R.S. The Microscope, with Directions for

its Use. Illustrated with Woodouta.

By C. Collingwood, M.B., F.L.S. The Builder Animalcules. With a Page

Plate. By P. H. Gosse, F.R.S. The Common Truffle. With a Page

Plate. By Jabez Hogg, M.R.C.S.,

&c.

Popular Science Review, Vol. 2 contains :—

The British Oak. Two Page Illustrations. By Prof. Buckman, F.L.S., F.G.S., &c.

Tubifex Rivulorum, the Red Worm of
our Rivers. With a Coloured Plate.
By Edwin Ray Lankester.

Anaesthetics. Bv Dr. T. L. Phipson,
M.B., F.C.S., &c.

Barmouth and its Scientific Attractions.
With a Tinted Illustration.

The Electro-plating Process (conclud-
ing Part). With an Illustration. By
George Gore.

Notes of the Exhibition of 1862.

The Mistletoe and Parasitic Plants. By
Mrs. Lankester. Illustrated.

The Winter Life of Plants. By Harland
Coultas.

The Vinegar Eel. By Jabez Hogg.F.L.S.
With Tinted Plate.

The Eye of the Ox and its Microscopi-
calstructure. ByE. BeckittTruman.
With Tinted Plate.

Mars. By James Breen, F.R.A.S. With

Coloured Plate.
Our Fresh-water Polyzoa. By Rev.

W. Houghton, M.A., F.L.S. Two

Page Plates.
The African Lion in its Native Haunts.

By Jules Gerard.
The Human Skin. By Isaac Ashe, M.B.

With Page Plate.
The Furniture Woods of Commerce.

By P. L. Simmon (Is.
Fossil Birds. By S. J. Mackie, F.G.S.

Illustrated.
History of a Beech-tree. By Harland

Coultas.
The Antiquity of Man. By J. R. Leif-

child, M.A.
On the Physical Geography of the

Ionian Islands. By Prof. D.T.Ansted,

M.A., F.R.S.
The Telescope. By James Breen,

F.R.S.
Our British JungermaniR.

Kotifera or Wheel Animalcules. Part IV. The Flexible Creepers (Notommatina). By Philip Henry Gosse, F.R.S. Illustrated.

Popular Science Eeview, Vol. 3 contains:—

Photographic Printing and Engraving,

with a Photograph of a Complete

Page of the Times Newspaper printed

from Stone. By William Crookes,

F.R.S. Fresh Air. By E. Lankester, M.D.,

F.R.S. Microscopic Fungi Parasitic on Living

Plants. By M. C. Cooke. Coloured

Illustrations. On the Physical Geography of the

Ionian Islands. By Prof. D. T.

Ansted, M.A., F.R.S. The Metropolitan Main DrainageWorks,

with a Map of the Works. By S. J.

Mackie, F.G.S. Diseased Pork, and Microscopic Worms

in Man. By John Gamgee. Illustrated. Bodily Work and Waste. By Francis

T. Bond, M.D., B.A. (Lond.), F.C.S. The Railway Tunnel through the Alps.

With Tinted Illustration. Greek Fire: its Ancient and Modern

History. By B.W. Richardson, M.A..

M.D. Notes on Earthquakes. By Rev. W. S.

Symonds.

Thermometry. By G. F. Chambers.

Popular Science Heview, Vol. 4 contains :—

On the Morphology of Vinca minor
(small Periwinkle). By James Back-
man, F.L.S., F.G.S.

Colour Blindness. By Jabez Hogg,
F.L.S. Illustrated.

On Printing Telegraphs. With Co-
loured Fac-simile Illustration. By
R. S. Culley.

Herrings and Herring Fishing. By the
Editor.

On Proper Clothing. By E. Lankester,
M.D., F.R.S.

On the Absorption and Radiation of
Heat. With two Page Illustrations,
By H. Debus, Ph.D., F.R.S.

Botanical Exercises. By Rev. G. Hen-
slow, M.A., F.L.S.

Pre-historic Dwellings. With Tinted
Illustrations. By G. E. Roberta,
F.A.S.L.

The Aniline Dyes. With Page of Silk
Illustrations. By Dr. T. L. Phipson,
F.C.S.

On the Action of Manures. By Baron
Liebig.

The Old Red Sandstone Fishes of Eng-
land. By E. Ray Lankester. Illus-
trated.

Oysters and Oyster Culture. By the
Editor. Illustrated.

The Pneumatic Dispatch. By S. J.
Mackie, F.G.S. Illustrated.

Extraordinary Ships. By S. J. Mackie,

F.G.S. Illustrated.
Good Food. By Edwin Lankester,M.D.,

F.R.S.
On the Origin of Local Floras of Great

Britain and Ireland. By Harland

Coultas. IUustarted.
Metamorphism. By Prof. D. T. Ansted,

M.A., F.R.S., &c.
Morphological Peculiarities of Linaria

spuria. ByE.S.Magrath. Illustrated. The Metric System. By James Spear.

Illustrated.
Recent Investigations into the Natural

History of the Red Coral. By the

Editor. Illustrated.
What is a Stimulant? By Francis E.

Anstic, M.D.
The Source of Heat in the Sun. By

Robert Hunt, F.R.S. Illustrated.
Soup for Children. By Baron Liebig.
Vegetables, Fruit, and Water as Sources

of Intestinal Worms. By T. Spencer

Cobbold, M.D., F.R.S. Illustrated. The Anatomy and Physiology of the

Foraminifera. By W. C. Williamson,

F.R.S. Illustrated.

Waves of Heat and Waves of Death.

By B. W. Richardson, M.A., M.D.,

F.R.S.
Origin of our Kitchen Garden Plants.

By Harland Coultas.
The Geology of Mineral Springs. By

Francis T. Bond, M.D., B.A., F.C.S.

Illustrated.
Train-signalling in Theory and Prac-
tice. By Charles V. Walker, F.R.S.,

F.R.A.S.
Extract of Meat. By Charles Boner.
On Sponges. By Robert Patterson,

F.R.S.
The Physical Phenomena of other

Worlds. By Robert Hunt, F.R.S.
Migration of European Birds. By A.

Leith Adams, M.A., M.B., F.G.S.,

F.L.S.
On the Difficulties in Identifying many

of the Lower Kinds of Algae. By J.

Braxton Hicks, M.D., F.R.S.
On the Oldest known Fossil (Eozoon

Canadense) of the I.aurentian Rocks

of Canada; its Place, Structure, and

Significance. By Prof. T. Rupert . Jones, F.G.S.

Balloon Ascents and their Scientific Importance. By James Glaisher, F.R.S. Illustrated.

On the Highest Magnifying Powers and their Uses. By Lionel S. Beale M.B., F.R.S.

Darwin's Observations on the Physio logy of the Process of Fertilization in Plants. By M. C, Cooke. Illustrated.

What is a Tonic? By Edward Divers M.D., F.C.S.

The Eruption of Etna. ByS. J. Mackie,
F.G.S.

Inside the Eye: the Ophthalmoscope
and its Uses. By Ernest Hart, Oph
thalmic Su geou and Lecturer on
Ophthalmic Surgery and Medicine at
St. Mary's Hospital Medical School,
Illustrated.
Is the Whitebait a Distinct Species
By the Editor. Illustrated.

Popular Science Review, Vol. 5 contains:— Popular Science Review, Vol. 6 contains:

Insects Injurious to the Turnip Crops. By Rev. W. Houghton, M.A., F.L.S.

Coffee. By Baron Liebig.

Australia and Europe formerly One Continent. By Berthold Seeman, Ph.D., F.L.S., V.P.A.8.

On Ozone in Relation to Health and Disease. By B. W. Richardson, M.A., F.R.S.

Glaciers and Ice. By W. F. Barrett. Illustrated.

On the Phenomena of Motion, Sensitiveness in Climbing Plants. By Rev. G. Henslow, M.A., F.L.S. With Page Illustration.

On the Construction and Use of the Spectrum Microscope. By H. C. Sorby, F.R.S.

On the Volvox Globator. By J. Braxton Hicks, M.D. (Lond.), F.R.S.

Engraving with a Sunbeam. Woodbury's Relief-printing. By J. Traill Taylor. Illustrated.

Entozoon-like Bodies In the Muscles of Animals destroyed by Cattle Plague. By Lionels. Beale, M.B., F.R.S.

Our House Spiders. By J. BLackwall, F.L.S.

Raised Beaches, and their Origin. By Edward Hull, B.A., F.G.S.

On Milk, and its Adulteration. By Augustus Voelcher, Ph.D., F.C.S., &c.

The Amosba: its Structure, Development, and Habits. By Prof. W. C. WUliamsom, F.R.S.

On the Solfatara and Fumaroles in the Neighbourhood of Naples. By Prof. D. T. Ansted, M.A., F.R.S.

On the Means of Communicating between! Guards and Passengers on Railways. By Thomas Symes Prideaux.

Atlantic Telegraphy. By Robert Hunt, F.R.S. Illustrated.

On Pure Water. By Edwin Lankester, M.D., F.R.S.

On the Nature and Diagnostic Value of Raphides and Other Plant Crystals. By Prof. Gulliver, F.R.S.

On Lake Basins. By Prof.D. T. Ansted, M.A., F.R.S. Illustrated.

Epidemics Past and Present: their Origin and Distribution.

On the Microscopic Anatomy of an Insect Larva (Corethra plumicornis). By E. Ray Lankester. Illustrated.

The Moon. By James Breen, F.R.A.S. Illustrated.

Photography, and some of its Applications. By the Editor.

The Graphotype Process. By the

Editor. Illustrated. Hydra? or Fresh-water Polypes. By

Rev. W. Houghton, M.A., F.L.S. How to Work with the Telescope.

Part I. By R. A. Proctor, B.A.,

F.R.A.S. On the Exhaustion of our Coal. By

Leonard Lemoran, M.E. On Hybridization among Plants. By

Rev. G. Henslow, M.A., F.L.S. On the Light-emitting Apparatus of

the Glowworm. By Henry Fripp,

M.D. Sun-force and Earth-force. By Dr.

Richardson. The Eruption of Santorin. By Prof.

D. T. Ansted, F.R.S. On the Movements of the Diutomaceas.

By E. Ray Lankester. Aerolites. By Townshend M. Hall,

F.G.S. On the Electrical Principles of the

Atlantic Telegraph. By Prof. G. C.

Foster. The Bone Caverns of Gibraltar, Malta,

and Sicily. By A. Leith Adams, A.M.,

M.B., F.G.S., &c. Notes on Lophopus crystallinus. By

J. Josselyn Hanson and T. Graham

Ponton. Genesis or Parthenogenesis? By H. E.

Fripp, M.D. Modern Views of Denudation. By

Edward Hull, B.A., F.G.S. How to Work with the Telescope.

Part II. By Richard A. Proctor, B. A.,

F.R.A.S.

On Growth of some of the Algse. Illustrated by a few of the Common kinds. By J. Braxton Hicks, M.D., P.R.S.

The Geology of Sinai. By Rev. E. W. Holland, M.A.

The Planet Mars in January, IS67. By Richard A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S. Illustrated.

On Water-filters. By Edward Divers, M.D., F.C.S. Illustrated.

Our Fresh-water Entomostraca, Shell Insects, or Water-Fleas. By W. Baird, M.D., F.L.S. Illustrated.

How to Photograph Microscopic Objects. By Edward T. Wilson, M.B. Oxon. Illustrated.

Recent Discoveries in Insect Embryogeny. By Henry Fripp, M.D. Illustrated.

On the Struggle for Existence among Plants. By J. D. Hooker, M.D., F.R.S.

How to Study Meteorology. By G. T. Chambers, F.R.A.S. Illustrated.

On Sensitive Flames. By W. F. Barrett. Illustrated.

Paraffin Lamps and their Dangers. By John Attfield, Ph.D., F.C.8.

Venus's Flower-basket (Euplectella). By Dr. J. E. Gray, F.R.S. Illustrated.

Popular Science Review, Vol. 7 contains:Popular Science Review, Vol. 8 contains :

The Common Fresh-water Sponge (Spongilla fluviatilisj. By Prof. W. C. Williamson, F.R.S. Illustrated.

The Hurricane, the Typhoon, and the Tornado. By Prof. D. T. Ansted, F.R.S.

Sensitive Plants. By Maxwell T. Masters, M.D., F.L.S. Illustrated.

The former range of the Reindeer in Europe. By W. Boyd Dawkins, M.A., F.R.S.

The Science of a Snow-flake. By Robert Hunt, F.R.S. Illustrated.

The Food of Plants. By Prof. Church, M.A., F.C.S.

The Gems and Precious Stones of Great Britain. By J. Morris, F.G.S. Illustrated.

Is the Fresh-water Sponge (SpongiliaJ an Animal? By John Hogg, M.A., F.R.S.

How to Dissect a Flower. By M. C. Cooke. Illustrated.

The Polariscope and how to Work with it. By C. Hoc-kin, M.A. Illustrated.

Free Nematoids. By H. Carlton Bastian, M.D., F.R.S. Illustrated.

An Attempt to Approximate the Date

of the Flint Flakes of Devon and

Cornwall. By Spence Bate, F.R.S.

Illustrated. Jupiter without his Satellites. By

Richard A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S.

Illustrated. Fitzroy Weather Forecasts. By G. F.

Chambers, F.R.A.S. Illustrated. On Life Insurance and Vital Statistics.

By W. Hardwicke, M.D. New Electro-Magnetic Machines. By

S. J. Mackie. Illustrated. The Botany of a Coal-mine. By Wm.

Carruthers, F.L.S. Illustrated. The Microscope in Geology. By David

Forbes, F.R.S. Illustrated. Why the Leaves Fall. By Maxwell T.

Masters, M.D., F.L.S. A Message from the Stars. By Robert

Hunt, F.R.S. On the Planarise of our Ponds and

Streams. By E. Ray Lankester.

Illustrated. Ventilation and Ventilators. By the

Editor. Illustrated. Physics of the Brain. By B. W. Richardson, M.A., M.D., F.R.S.

On the Animals which are most nearly intermediate between Birds and Reptiles. By Prof. Huxley, LL.D., F.R.S. Illustrated.

The Study of Chemical Geology. By David Forbes, F.R.S., &c.

Plants known by their Pollen-grains and other Cells. By George Gulliver, F.R.S.

The Great Eclipse of August 17, 1868. By R. A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S. Illustrated.

On the Range of the Mammoth. By W. Boyd Dawkins, M.A., F.R.S.

Caddis-worms and their Metamorphoses. By Rev. W. Houghton, M.A., F.L.S. Illustrated.

What is Wine? By August Dupre, Ph.D.

Iron Shields and Iron Forts. By S. J. Mackie, Assoc. Inst. C.E. Illustrated.

The Air or Swimming Bladder of Fishes. By Rev. W. Houghton, M.A., F.L.S.

How to make a Geological Section. By Prof. D. T. Ansted, M.A., F.R.S. Illustrated.

The Life of a Seed. By Maxwell T. Masters, M.D., F.L.S. Illustrated.

Flying Machines. By Fred. W. Breary, Hon. Sec. to Aeronautical Society.

The Compound Eye of Insects and Crustacea. By Henry Fripp, M.D. Illustrated.

True and False Flint Weapons. By N. Whitley, C.E.

The Planet Mars in February, 186Q. By Richard A.Proctor, B.A.,F.R.A.S. Illustrated.

On the Molecular Origin of Infusoria. By J. Hughes Bennett,M.D.,F.R.S.E. Diagrams.

The Cuttle-fish. By St. George Mivart, F.Z.S. Illustrated.

The Nature of the Interior of the Earth. By David Forbes, F.R.S.

On the Use and Choice of Spectacles. By R. BrundeU Carter, F.R.C.S. Diagrams.

The Use of the Spectroscope in Astronomical Observation. By Richard A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S. Dlustrated.

The British Lion. By W. Boyd Dawkins, M.A., F.R.S.

Passion-flowers. By Maxwell T. Masters, M.D., F.L.S. Illustrated.

The Natural Development of Bacteria in the Protolamic Parts of Various Plants. By M. A. Bechamp.

The Planet Saturn in July, I860. By R. A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S.

The Sertolarian Zoophytes of our Shores. By Rev. T. Hincks, B.A. Illustrated.

Hydrogenium. By Robert Hunt, F.R.S.

The Structure and Affinities of the Seasquirts (Tunicata). By J. C. Galton, M.A., F.L.S. Illustrated.

The Fertilization of Salvia, and of some other Flowers. By William Ogle, M.D. Illustrated.

"In Articulo Mortis." By Benjamin W. Richardson, M.D., F.R.S.

Experimental Illustrations of the Modes of Determining the Composition of the Sun and other Heavenly Bodies by the Spectrum. By Wm. Allen Miller, M.D., D.C.L., V.P.R.S. Illustrated.

What is Bathybius? By Prof. Williamson, F.R.S.

Are there any Fixed Stars? By Richard A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S. Illustrated.

Kent's Hole. By W. Boyd Dawkins, M.A., F.R.S.

The Lingering Admirers of Phrenology. By Prof. Cletand.

The Anatomy of a Mushroom. By M. C. Cooke. Illustrated.

The Chemiatry of a Comet. By Edward Divers, M.D., F.C.S.

Popular Science Review, Vol. 9 contains:

The Heat of the Moon. By J. Carpenter,

F.R.A.S. "Under Chloroform." By B. W.

Richardson, M.D., F.R.S. The Deposits of the Atlantic in Deep

Water and their Relation to the

White Chalk of Cretaceous Period.

By Prof. D. T. Ansted.M.A., F.R.S. What is Wine? By A. Dupre, Ph.D. The Fertilization of Certain Plants

(Didynamia). By W. Ogle, M.D.,

Oxon, F.R.C.P. On some Interesting Points in the

History of the Polyzoa. By Rev.

Thomas Hincks, B.A. The Structure of Rock Masses (Stratification Joints, Cleavage). By David

Forbes, F.R.S., &c. The Planet Jupiter IS69-/O. By Rev.

T. W. Webb, M.A. Microscopic Test Objects under Parallel Light and Corrected Powers.

By Rev. J. B. Reade, F.R.S.,

P.R.M.S. The Fertilization of Various Flowers by

Insects (Composites, Ericaceae, &c).

By W. Ogle, M.D., F.R.C.P. On the Sphterosira Volvox ofEhren

berg. By Prof. Williamson, F.R.S.

The Turret Ships Monarch and Captain. By S. J. Mackie, C.E. Illustrated.

The Usefulness of the Fifth in Music. By Rev. C. Hope Robertson, M.A.

The Anatomy of the River Mussel By John C. Gatton, M.A., Oxon. F.L.S.

On a Simple Decimal System for England. By Royston Pigott, M.A., M.D., Cantab, M.R.C.P., F.C.P.S., F.R.A.S.

What Fills the Star Depths. By R. A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S.

On the Apparatus employed in Deep Sea Explorations on Board H.M.S. Porcupine in the Summer of 1869. By W. Lant Carpenter, B.A., B.Sc.

The Geology of Mont Cenis Tunnel. By Prof. Ansted, F.R.S. With Map and Section,

Greenwich Time and its Telegraphic Distribution. By W. Ellis, F.R.A.S.

The Echinus, or Sea Urchin. By S. G. Mivart, F.R.6. Illustrated.

The Sun's Corona. By R. A. Proctor, B.A., F.R.AJS.

Machine Guns or Mitrailleuses. By S. J. Mackie, C.E.

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