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Greatheed, S. S. A new method of solving Grebe, E. W. 2. Das geradlinige Dreieck in

equations of partial differentials. Phil. Mag. Beziehung auf die Quadrate der Perpendikel, XI., 1837, pp. 239-247.

welche man von einem Punkte seiner Ebene 2. Analytical solutions of some problems auf seine Seiten fällen kann, betrachtet. Grunert, in plane astronomy. Camb. Math. Journ. I., Archiv, IX., 1847, pp. 250-259. 1839, pp. 182–187, [Anonymous.]

3. Ueber die Auflösung reiner Gleichungen, Greatheed, Samuel. On the knowledge and

insbesondere solcher des dritten Grades durch commerce of Tin among ancient nations. Corn

Kettenbrüche. Grunert, Archiv, X., 1847, pp. wall, Geol. Soc. Trans. II., 1822, pp. 359–365 ;

345–385; XVI., 1851, pp. 261–320. Tilloch, Phil. Mag. LXI., 1823, pp. 109-112.

4. Erörterung einer Spielerei durch die

Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung. Greatorex, Thomas. Observations on the heights

Grunert, Arof mountains in the North of England. Phil.

chiv, XI., 1848, pp. 441-443. Trans, 1818,

5. Beweis einer Formel fur 7. Grunert, 395-404. pp.

Archiv, XII., 1849, pp. 181-187. Gréau, Rapport sur un nouveau parement pour l'encollage des tissus. Aube, Mem. Soc.

6. Ein Hülfsmittel, die verschiedenen bei Agric. V., 1826, pp. 160-180.

sphärischen Spiegeln vorkommenden Fälle leicht 2. Notice sur un nouveau procédé pour

zu behalten. Grunert, Archiv, XII., 1849, p. obtenir l'acide muriatique oxygéné. Aube,

7. Ueber das Rationalmachen von Nennern Mém. Soc. Agric. V., 1826, pp. 235–236.

mit unbestimmt vielen irrationalen Gliedern. 3. Rapport sur le Phalaris canariensis. Aube, Mém. Soc. Agric. VII., 1828, pp. 20–

Grunert, Archiv, XIII., 1849, pp. 68-73. 26.

8. Ueber die Theilung eines ebenen 4. Notice sur le noyer (Juglans regia

Dreiecks durch zwei sich innerhalb desselben angulosa). Aube, Mém. Soc. Agric. XII.,

schneidende gerade Linien in vier gleiche 1833, pp. 157-158.

Flächenstücke. Grunert, Archiv, XIII., 1849, 5. Mémoire sur les divers cas de détéri.

pp. 385–388. oration, de destruction, ou de combustion aux

9. Ueber die Ausdrücke, welche für Wurquels sont exposés les tissus de coton ou de fil zeln höherer Grade mit (B+ Ava) (B-Ava) avant qu'ils soient livrés à la consommation, et analog sind. Grunert, Archiv, XIII., 1849, sur les moyens d'y remédier. Aube, Mém. Soc. pp. 400-405. Agric. XIII., 1834, pp. 52–102.

10. Auflösung einer praktischen Aufgabe 6. Notice sur l'évaluation de la finesse et durch die Zahlenlehre. Grunert, Archiv, XIV., de la qualité des tissus de coton. Aube, Mém. 1850, pp. 333–336. Soc. Agric. V., 1854, pp. 455–476.

11. Ueber das Auffinden von Dreiecken, Greaves, Edmund. Analysis of a saline ash deren Seiten sich gleichzeitig mit den Halb

from British Guiana. Pharmaceut. Journ. XI., irungslinien durch ganze Zahlen ausdrücken 1852, p. 185.

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Grunert, Archiv, XVII., 1851, pp. Grebe, E. W. Ueber die Loxodromen auf dem

463-474. gemeinen Cylinder und Kegel. Grunert, Ar

12. Ueber das Prismatoid. Grunert, Archiv, II., 1842, pp. 127-132.

chiv, XXXIX., 1862, pp. 93-97. VOL. III.

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pp. 40–41.

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Grebe, E. W. 13. Ueber die Formeln der Green, Charles. 3. Experiments on Aërostation.

sphärischen Trigonometrie. Grunert, Archiv, Quart. Journ. Meteorol. I., 1842, pp. 63–67. XXXIX., 1862, pp. 226-229.

Green, Charles. On the lignite of the environs Grebel,

Ueber die Saamen des Evonymus of Bacton. Moxon, Geologist, 1843, pp. 12-14. latifolius. Flora, III., 1820, pp. 321-332. Green, E. Plants about Sea Scale, on the CumGrebel,

Varietäten der Schwarzamsel berland coast. Phytologist, III., 1858–59, pp. und der Waldschnepfe. Rheinl, u. Westphal. 321-324. Verhand. VIII., 1851, p. 55.

2. Cumbrian Botany. Phytologist, V., Grebner,

Over Zerene grossulariata. 1861, pp. 65-69. [1862.] Leiden, Tijdschr. Entomol. VI., 1863, Green, F., Hahn, and Rath. Account of an

expedition from Damara Land to the Ovampo, Gredler, Vincenz, Die naturwissenschaftlichen in search of the River Cunene. Geogr. Soc.

Zustände Tirol's. Bozen, Program. Obergym- Proc. II., 1858, pp. 350–354. nas. I., 1851, pp. 1-14.

Green, George. Mathematical investigations con2. Bemerkungen über einige Conchylien cerning the laws of the equilibrium of fluids der Gattungen Pupa und Pomatias. Bozen, analogous to the electric fluid, with other similar Program. Obergymnas. III., 1853, pp. 45.

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3. Researches on the vibrations of pendu5. Verzeichniss der Käfer von Passeier. lums in fluid media. [1833.] Edinb. Roy. Soc. Innsbruck, Zeitschr. VI., 1857, pp. 105-159. Trans. XIII., 1836, pp. 54-62. 6. Die Ameisen Tirol's. Bozen, Program.

4. On the reflection and refraction of Obergymnas. VIII., 1858.

sound. [1837.] Camb. Phil. Soc. Trans. VI., 7. Notiz über die geographische Verbreit- 1838, pp. 403-215. ung der Ameisen in Oesterreich. Wien, Zool.

5. On the motion of waves in a variable Bot. Ver. Verhandl. IX., 1859 (Sitzber.), pp. canal of small depth and width. [1837.] Camb. 127-128.

Phil. Soc. Trans. VI., 1838, pp. 457–462. 8. Tirol's Land- und Süsswasser-Conchy

6. On the laws of the reflexion and relien. II. Die Süsswasser-Conchylien. Wien, fraction of light at the common surface of two Zool. Bot. Ver. Verhandl. IX., 1859 (Abh.), pp. non-crystallized media. [1837.] Camb. Phil. 213-308.

Soc. Trans. VII., 1842, pp. 1–24, 113–120. 9. Conchyliologisches aus dem Nordosten

7. Note on the motion of waves in canals. Tirol's. Wien, Zool. Bot. Ver. Verhandl. X., [1839.] Camb. Phil. Soc. Trans. VII., 1842, 1860 (Abh.), pp. 802–806.

10. Beitrag zur Dipterenfauna Tirol's. 8. On the propagation of light in crystalBozen, Program. Obergymnas. XI., 1861, p. lized media. [1839.] Camb. Phil. Soc. Trans. 11.

VII., 1842, pp. 121-140. 11. Vierzehn Tage in Bad Ratzes. Eine 9. An essay on the application of mathenaturgeschichtliche Lokalskizze mit näherer Be- matical analysis to the theories of Electricity and rücksichtigung der Fauna. Bozen, Program, . Magnetism. [1828.] Crelle, Journ. XXXIX., Obergymnas. XIII., 1863.

1850, pp. 73-89; XLIV., 1852, pp. 356–374; Green, Ashbel. Notices of the sulphur, sweet, XLVII., 1854, pp. 161-221.

and other mineral springs in the western parts Green, Horace. Vegetable organography and of Virginia. Philadelphia, Med. Phys. Journ. physiology, or the formation and vital functions I., 1805, pp. 148–159.

of plants. Silliman, Journ. XXXVIII., 1840, Green, Caleb. On the functions of the oblique muscles of the Eye. Boston, Med. Surg. Journ.

2. On PETtitt's fisheries guano. Amer. XXXII., 1845, pp. 191-195.

Polytechn. Journ. IV., 1854, pp. 352-357. Green, Charles. Ueber meteorologische Beo- Green, Jacob. Descriptions of several species of bachtungen im Luftballon. (Transl.) Froriep,

North American Amphibia, accompanied with Notizen, L., 1836, col. 245–247.

observations. Philad. Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. 2. Ueber den unglücklichen Versuch mit I., 1817, pp. 348–359. dem Fallschirme, den Herr COCKING angestellt.

2. Account of a new inflammable Air (Transl.) Froriep, Notizen, III., 1837, col. Lamp. Silliman, Journ. II., 1820, pp. 330145-149.

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Green, Jacob. 3. On the crystallization of Snow. Green, Jacob. 23. Description of some new Silliman, Journ. II., 1820, pp. 337-339.

North American Trilobites [Calymene ? odon4. Some curious facts respecting the bones tocephala, Asaphus astragalotes, A, tetragonoof the Rattle Snake. Silliman, Journ. III., cephalus, Paradoxides Harlani]. Silliman, Journ. 1821, pp. 85-86.

XXV., 1834, pp. 334-337. 5. On an instance of instantaneous crystal- 24. Description of two new species of Trilization. Silliman, Journ. III., 1821, pp. 93- lobites. Philad. Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. VII., 94 ; Gilbert, Annalen, LXX., 1822, p. 320.

1834–37, pp. 217-226. 6. Falco leucocephalus : Bald Eagle. Sil- 25. Some experiments on a sulphated ferliman, Journ. IV., 1822, pp. 89-90.

ruginous earth from Kent county in the state of 7. A new Blow-pipe. Silliman, Journ. : Delaware, with a view to ascertain its commerIV., 1822, pp. 164–166.

cial value. Pennsylv. Trans. Geol. Soc. I., 1835, 8. Notice of a mineralized Tree and of a rocking Stone. Silliman, Journ. V., 1822, pp. 26. Description of a new Trilobite from 251-254.

Nova Scotia. Pennsylv. Trans. Geol. Soc. I., 9. Fragments relating to the history of 1835, pp. 37–39. animals. Silliman, Journ. IV., 1822, pp. 309

27. Description of a new Trilobite (Caly312.

mene phlyctainodes). Silliman, Journ. XXXII., 10. Description of a new species of Sala- 1837, pp. 167-169. mander (S. tigrina). Philad. Journ. Acad. Nat. 28. Description of several new species of Sci. V., 1825, pp. 116-118.

Trilobites. Silliman, Journ. XXXII., 1837, pp. 11. An account of some new species of 343-349. Salamanders. Maclurian Lyceum, Contrib. I., 29. Some remarks on the genus Paradoxides, 1827, pp. 3–8.

Brongniart, and on the necessity of preserving 12. Reply to a note in HARLAN's Synopsis the genus Triarthrus, proposed in the “Monoof American reptiles. Maclurian Lyceum, graph of the Trilobites of North America." Contrib. I., 1827, pp. 39–41.

Silliman, Journ. XXXIII., 1838, pp. 341–344. 13. Some remarks on the Union of the

30. Description of a new Trilobite (CalyUnited States, with a description of a new spe- mene Rowii). Silliman, Journ. XXXIII., 1838, cies (U. Æsopus). Maclurian Lyceum, Contrib.

pp. 406–407. I., 1827, pp. 41-47.

31. Asaphus polypleurus. Silliman, Journ. 14. Description of two new species of XXXIV., 1838, p. 380. Achatina, from the Sandwich Islands; with

32. Remarks on the Trilobite. Silliman, some remarks on the Ti, the plant on which Journ. XXXVII., 1839, pp. 25-39; Bibl. Univ. these shells are commonly found. Maclurian XXVI., 1840, pp. 417-420. Lyceum, Contrib. I., 1827, pp. 47–50.

33. Description of a new Trilobite (Asa15. Experiments on the pressure of the phus diurus). Silliman, Journ. XXXVII., 1839, sea, at considerable depths. Phil. Mag. IV., 1828, pp. 36–38.

34. An addititional fact illustrating the 16. Monograph of the Cones of North inferior surface of the Calymne bufo. Silliman, America, including three new species. Albany Journ. XXXVIII., 1840, p. 410. Inst. Trans. I., 1830, pp. 121–125.

Green, James. Description of the perpendicular 17. The Dolia of the United States. Al- lifts for passing boats from one level of canal to bany Inst. Trans. I., 1830, pp. 131-133.

another, as erected on the Grand Western Canal. 18. Notes on the American Shells, figured Civ. Eng. Institut. Trans. II., 1838, pp. 185– in the supplement to the “ Index Testaceologi- 192. cus.” Albany Inst. Trans. I., 1830, pp. 134–136. Green, James, and J. B. Rogers. Experiments

19. Reclamation of Salamanders. Albany with the elementary voltaic battery. Silliman, Inst. Trans. I., 1830, pp. 150–151.

Journ. XXVIII., 1835, pp. 33-42. 20. An account of some experiments made Green, John. Some observations on the strucwith Mr. Jos. SAXTON'S Electro-Magnetic Ma- ture of bone in Python. Boston, Proc. Nat. chine. Franklin Inst. Journ. XIII., 1834, pp. Hist. Soc. VI., 1856–59, pp. 55–56. 219-222.

Green, W. L. On the cause of the pyramidal 21. On some chemical arts known to the form of the outline of the southern extremities of Aborigines of North America. Philad. Coll. the great continents and peninsulas of the globe. Pharm. Journ. V., 1834, pp. 94-99.

Edinb. New Phil. Journ. VI., 1857, pp. 61-78. 22. On the metals known to the Aborigines 2. Great eruption of the volcano Mauna of North America. Philad. Coll. Pharm. Journ. Loa, in the island of Hawaii. Edinb. New V., 1834, pp. 182-186.

Phil. Journ. X., 1859, pp. 94–97.

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Green, W. Pringle. On Mr. Snow HARRIS'S Greene, Joseph. 5. Directions for capturing

Lightning Conductors, as applied to shipping. Lepidoptera. Nat. Hist. Review, II., 1854–55 Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. IV., 1839-40, pp. 329- (Proc.), pp. 39-45. 332.

Greene, Joseph Reay. Observations on the disGreen, William. Memoranda respecting colour

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