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

4. Some curious facts respecting the bones of the Rattle Snake. Silliman, Journ. III., 1821, pp. 85-86.

5. On an instance of instantaneous crystallization. Silliman, Journ. III., 1821, pp. 9394; Gilbert, Annalen, LXX., 1822, p. 320.

6. Falco leucocephalus : Bald Eagle. Silliman, Journ. IV., 1822, pp. 89–90.

7. A new Blow-pipe. Silliman, Journ. IV., 1822, pp. 164-166.

8. Notice of a mineralized Tree and of a rocking Stone. Silliman, Journ. V., 1822, pp. 251-254.

9. Fragments relating to the history of animals. Silliman, Journ. IV., 1822, pp. 309312.

10. Description of a new species of Salamander (S. tigrina). Philad. Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. V., 1825, pp. 116–118.

11. An account of some new species of Salamanders. Maclurian Lyceum, Contrib. I., 1827, pp. 3-8.

12. Reply to a note in HARLAN's Synopsis of American reptiles. Maclurian Lyceum, Contrib. I., 1827, pp. 39–41.

13. Some remarks on the Unios of the United States, with a description of a new species (U. Esopus). Maclurian Lyceum, Contrib. I., 1827, pp. 41-47.

14. Description of two new species of Achatina, from the Sandwich Islands; with some remarks on the Ti, the plant on which these shells are commonly found. Maclurian Lyceum, Contrib. I., 1827, pp. 47-50.

15. Experiments on the pressure of the sea, at considerable depths. Phil. Mag. IV., 1828, pp. 36-38.

16. Monograph of the Cones of North America, including three new species. Albany Inst. Trans. I., 1830, pp. 121–125.

17. The Dolia of the United States. Albany Inst. Trans. I., 1830, pp. 131-133.

18. Notes on the American Shells, figured in the supplement to the "Index Testaceologicus." Albany Inst. Trans. I., 1830, pp. 134-136. 19. Reclamation of Salamanders. Albany Inst. Trans. I., 1830, pp. 150-151.

20. An account of some experiments made with Mr. Jos. SAXTON'S Electro-Magnetic Machine. Franklin Inst. Journ. XIII., 1834, pp. 219-222.

21. On some chemical arts known to the Aborigines of North America. Philad. Coll. Pharm. Journ. V., 1834, pp. 94–99.

22. On the metals known to the Aborigines of North America. Philad. Coll. Pharm. Journ. V., 1834, pp. 182-186.

Green, Jacob. 23. Description of some new North American Trilobites [Calymene? odontocephala, Asaphus astragalotes, A. tetragonocephalus, Paradoxides Harlani]. Silliman, Journ. XXV., 1834, pp. 334-337.

24. Description of two new species of Trilobites. Philad. Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. VII., 1834-37, pp. 217-226.

25. Some experiments on a sulphated ferruginous earth from Kent county in the state of Delaware, with a view to ascertain its commercial value. Pennsylv. Trans. Geol. Soc. I., 1835, pp. 33-36.

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26. Description of a new Trilobite from Nova Scotia. Pennsylv. Trans. Geol. Soc. I., 1835, pp. 37-39.

27. Description of a new Trilobite (Calymene phlyctainodes). Silliman, Journ. XXXII., 1837, pp. 167-169.

28. Description of several new species of Trilobites. Silliman, Journ. XXXII., 1837, pp. 343-349.

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Green, James, and J. B. Rogers. Experiments with the elementary voltaic battery. Silliman, Journ. XXVIII., 1835, pp. 33-42.

Green, John. Some observations on the struc

ture of bone in Python. Boston, Proc. Nat. Hist. Soc. VI., 1856-59, pp. 55-56. Green, W. L. On the cause of the pyramidal form of the outline of the southern extremities of the great continents and peninsulas of the globe. Edinb. New Phil. Journ. VI., 1857, pp. 61-78. 2. Great eruption of the volcano Mauna Loa, in the island of Hawaii. Edinb. New Phil. Journ. X., 1859, pp. 94-97.

Green, W. Pringle. On Mr. Snow HARRIS'S Lightning Conductors, as applied to shipping. Sturgeon, Ann. Electr. IV., 1839-40, pp. 329332.

Green, William. Memoranda respecting colourng materials produced in Canada. Quebec, Trans. Lit. Soc. I., 1829, pp. 43-47.

2. Notes on the country in the neighbourhood of the Falls of Montmorency. Quebec, Trans. Lit. Soc. I., 1829, pp. 181-188.

3. Some observations upon the Myrtus cerifera or Myrtle-wax shrub. Quebec, Trans. Lit. Soc. I., 1829, pp. 231–240.

4. On some processes in use among the Huron Indians in dyeing. Quebec, Trans. Lit. Soc. II., 1831, pp. 23-25.

5. Notes respecting certain textile substances in use among the North American Indians. Quebec, Trans. Lit. Soc. II., 1831, pp. 310-312.

Green, William, jun. On the origin and formation of Coal. North England Inst. Min. Eng. Trans. XI., 1861-62, pp. 161-175; XII., 1863, pp. 31-34. Greene, et Brainard. De l'iode comme contre-poison du Curare. Paris, Comptes Rendus, XXXVIII., 1854, pp. 411-414.

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Greene, Dascom. Extraction of the higher roots of numbers. Camb. (Mass.) Math. Monthly, I., 1859, pp. 123–124.

Greene, Francis V. Chemical investigation of remains of Fossil Mammalia. Philad. Acad. Nat. Sci. Proc. VI., 1852-53, pp. 292–297; Silliman, Journ. XVI., 1853, pp. 16–20.

Greene, John W. Descriptions of several new hymenopterous insects from the north-west coast of America. [1858.] New York, Annal. Lyceum, VII., 1862, pp. 11-12.

2. Review of the American Bombidæ, together with a description of several species heretofore undescribed; being a synopsis of the species of this family of Hymenopterous insects thus far known to inhabit North America. New York, Annal. Lyceum, VII., 1862, pp. 168-175. Greene, Joseph. Note on a hissing noise produced by a hybernating Vanessa Io. Entom. Soc. Trans. II.. 1852-53 (Proc.), p. 98.

2. On digging for pupa of Lepidoptera. Entom. Soc. Trans. II., 1852-53 (Proc.), pp.

109-113.

3. A list of Lepidoptera hitherto taken in Ireland, as far as the end of the Geometræ. Nat. Hist. Review, I., 1854, pp. 165-168, 238244.

4. List of Lepidoptera captured_near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. Newman, Zoologist, XII., 1854, pp. 4184-4188.

Greene, Joseph. 5. Directions for capturing Lepidoptera. Nat. Hist. Review, II., 1854-55 (Proc.), pp. 39-45.

Greene, Joseph Reay. Observations on the distribution of Actinoida, with a list of Irish species recorded. Dublin, Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc. II., 1856-59, pp. 75-76; Nat. Hist. Review, V., 1858 (Proc.), pp. 35-37.

2. On British naked-eyed Medusa, with notices of seven undescribed forms. Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1857 (pt. 2), p. 103.

3. On the Acalephæ of the Dublin coast. Nat. Hist. Review, IV., 1857 (Proc.), pp. 175– 176.

4. On the Acaleph of the Dublin coast, with descriptions of seven new naked-eyed forms. Nat. Hist. Review, IV., 1857 (Proc.), pp. 242250.

5. On the morphology of the Hydrozoa, with reference to the constitution of the subkingdom Colenterata. Irish Acad. Proc. VII., 1858, pp. 119-122; Nat. Hist. Review, VI., 1859 (Proc.), pp. 237-239.

6. On the genus Lucernaria. Nat. Hist. Review, V., 1858 (Proc.), pp. 131-134; Dublin, Zool. Bot. Assoc. Proc. I., 1859, pp. 73–76. 7. On the British species of the genus Equorea. Dublin, Zool. Bot. Assoc. Proc. I., 1859, pp. 150-151.

8. A word on embryology with reference to the mutual relations of the sub-kingdoms of animals. Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1860 (pt. 2), pp. 132-133.

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Greenock (Lord). A general view of the phenomena displayed in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh by the igneous rocks, in their relations with the secondary strata; with reference to a more particular description of the section which has been exposed to view or the south side of the Castle Hill. [1833.] Edinb. Roy. Soc. Trans. XIII., 1836, pp. 39-45.

2. General remarks on the coal formation of the great valley of the Scottish Lowlands. [1834.] Edinb. Roy. Soc. Trans. XIII., 1836, pp. 107-117. Greenough, George Bellas. A critical examination of the first principles of geology. Thomson, Ann. Phil. XIV., 1819, pp. 365-373, 456

464.

2. Remarks on the theory of the elevation of mountains. Edinb. New Phil. Journ. XVII., 1834, pp. 205–227.

3. Memoir to accompany the second edition of the Geological Map of England and Wales. [1840.] Geol. Soc. Proc. III., 1842, pp. 180– 185.

4. Sur la géologie de l'Inde. (Transl.) Annal. des Mines, VI., 1854, pp. 577-586; Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1854 (pt. 2), pp. 83-85; Petermann, Mittheil, 1855, pp. 23-27. Greenway, James. An account of the beneficial effects of the Cassia chamacrista in recruiting worn-out lands, and in enriching such as are naturally poor, together with a botanical description of the plant. [1788.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. III., 1793, pp. 226–230.

Greenway, James. 2. An account of a poisonous plant (Cicuta venenosa), growing_spontaneously in the southern part of Virginia. [1790.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans. III., 1793, pp. 234-238. Greenwell, G. C. Observations on the greater facility of ventilating dip than rise workings. North England Inst. Min. Eng. Trans. II., 1853-54, pp. 31-34.

2. Notes on the coal-field of East Somerset. North England Inst. Min. Eng. Trans. II., 1853-54, pp. 251-259.

3. On the working of thin seams of coal, with observations on long wall and board and pillar work. North England Inst. Min. Eng. Trans. IV., 1855-56, pp. 193–201.

4. On the ironstone of Wilts and Somerset. South Wales Inst. Civ. Eng. Proc. I., 1858, pp. 307-323.

5. On the southern portion of the Somersetshire coal-field. South Wales Inst. Civ. Eng. Proc. I., 1858, pp. 147-161.

6. On the Somersetshire section of the Bristol coal-field. North England Inst. Min. Eng. Trans. X., 1861, pp. 105-116. Greenwood, Alfred. List of mosses found near Chelmsford. Phytologist, II., 1846, pp. 384389.

2. Borrera flavicans discovered in fruit near Penzance. Phytologist, II., 1846, p.

496. Greenwood, F. W. P. A description of the principal fruits of Cuba. Boston, Journ. Nat. Hist. II., 1838-39, pp. 204-244. Greer, Henry R. A theorem in the calculus of operations, with some applications. Quart. Journ. Math. III., 1860, pp. 148–155.

2. Notes on certain infinite series. Quart. Journ. Math. III., 1860, pp. 262-268, 370-371. 3. On fractional differentiation. Quart. Journ. Math. III., 1860, pp. 327-330.

4. Concerning curves of double curvature. Quart. Journ. Math. IV., 1861, pp. 183-190.

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Greg, R. P. 5. Some considerations respecting the lunar origin of aërolites. Phil. Mag. X., 1855, pp. 429-436.

6. Description of a new meteoric iron from Chili, containing native lead, and an account of the fall of a large mass of meteoric iron at Corrientes in South America. Silliman, Journ. XXIII., 1857, pp. 118-120.

7. A catalogue of Meteorites and Fireballs, from A.D. 2 to A.D. 1860. Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1860, pp. 48-119.

8. On several new British minerals. Phil. Mag. XIX., 1860, pp. 13-14.

9. On the luminosity of meteors from solar reflexion. Phil. Mag. XIX., 1860, pp. 287

290.

10. On the periodicity of the solar spots. Phil. Mag. XX., 1860, pp. 271–275.

11. Some considerations on M. HAIDINGER'S communication on the origin and fall of Aërolites. Brit. Assoc. Rep. 1861 (pt. 2), pp.

13-15.

12. On some meteorites in the British Museum. Phil. Mag. XXIV., 1862, pp. 534542.

Greg, R. P., and M. F. Heddle. On British Pectolites. Phil. Mag. IX., 1855, pp. 248-253; Erdm. Journ. Prak. Chem. LXVI., 1855, pp. 144-148.

Greger, Ed. Láska máteřska u živočichů [Maternal love in the animal kingdom]. Ziva, 1855, pp. 33-43, 97-101.

2. Zaludek [The stomach]. Ziva, 1855, pp. 201-205.

3. Podivne spůsoby rozplemeňování se živočichů [Remarkable ways of generation in the animal kingdom]. Ziva, 1855, pp. 260–266.

4. Straka [The magpie]. Ziva, 1855, pp.

353-356.

5. O krvi [On the blood]. Ziva, 1856, pp.

326-335.

6. O ustroji Dýchacím [On the respiratory organs]. Ziva, 1857, pp. 163–173, 244-245.

7. O lebkách člověčích vůbec, etc. [On human crania in general and the Sclavonian in particular]. Ziva, 1858, pp. 223-242. Gregg, Jairus A. Case of extra-uterine conception. New England Journ. Med. VIII., 1819, pp. 316-319.

Gregg, S. Thomas. Account of an optical illu ́sion called the Fairy Islands, seen on the north coast of Ireland. [1827.] Edinb. Mem. Wern. Soc. VI., 1826-31, pp. 388-390. Grégoire, -Untersuchungen über die Oiseliers, Coliberts, Cagons, Gahets, Cagots, und andern durch die öffentliche Meinung oder Gesetze, in verschiedenen Gegenden Frankreichs herabgewürdigten Menschen. Zach, Monat. Corresp. XXIV., 1811, pp. 34-50.

Grégoire, Adolf. Responsio ad quæstionem : Inquiratur de verisimiliori azotis indole, et explanentur composita proxima cuncta et remota præcipua quæ cum aliis corporibus azotes sistit, allatis rationibus ponderatis et, re nata, mensuratis, juxta quas composita illa perficiuntur. Louvaine, Ann. Acad. VIII., 1836, pars 2da. Grégor, -. Sur la quantité d'acide carbonique expiré dans l'état de santé et dans celui de maladie. Journ. de Pharm. XXVII., 1841, pp. 313-315.

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Gregor, William. An analysis of a variety of the Corundum. Nicholson, Journ. IV., 1803,

pp. 209-214.

2. On the production of sulphate of Magnesia from the ashes of pit-coal, with remarks on the efflorescence of the same salt, observed by Dr. BOSTOCK. Nicholson, Journ. V., 1803, pp. 225-227.

3. Experiments on a mineral substance formerly supposed to be Zeolite, with some remarks on two species of Uran-Glimmer. Phil. Trans. 1805, pp. 331-348.

4. On a native arseniate of lead. Phil. Trans. 1809, pp. 195–211.

5. Analysis of a soil containing free muriatic acid, and muriates of Soda, Lime, Alumine, Magnesia, and Manganese. Nicholson, Journ. XXVIII., 1811, pp. 180-184.

6. Experiments upon Green Uran Mica with a view to its chemical analysis. Thomson, Ann. Phil. V., 1815, pp. 281–284.

7. On the Tremolite of Cornwall. [1813.] Geol. Soc. Trans. III., 1816, pp. 399–403.

8. Experiments on Topaz, and carbonate of Bismuth, with some observations relative to Smithson TENNANT, Esq. Thomson, Ann. Phil. VIII., 1816, pp. 276-279.

9. Observations on a remarkable change which metallic tin undergoes, under peculiar circumstances, and on its partial conversion into a muriate of tin. Cornwall, Geol. Soc. Trans. 1818, pp. 51-59.

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Cornwall, Geol.

10. On Kupfer-Nickel. Soc. Trans. I., 1818, pp. 224-225.

11. Formation of Prussic Acid by the ignition of a carbonaceous substance with nitrate of barytes. Tilloch, Phil. Mag. LXII., 1823, pp. 234-235.

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12. Notice of the analysis of Zinc Ore from Huel Ann. Cornwall, Geol. Soc. Trans. III., 1827, p. 338.

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Gregory, A. C. Journal of an expedition in Western Australia. Geogr. Soc. Journ. XVIII., 1848, pp. 26-37.

2. The Settler's Expedition to the northward from Perth, in Western Australia. Geogr. Soc. Journ. XXII., 1852, pp. 57-70.

3. Journal of the North Australian Exploring Expedition. Geogr. Soc. Journ. XXVIII., 1858, pp. 1–137.

4. Expedition from Moreton Bay in search of LEICHHARDT and party. Geogr. Soc. Proc. III., 1859, pp. 18–34.

5. Some interesting facts founded on Barometrical Observations. Victoria, Trans. Phil. Inst. IV., 1859, pp. 14-15. Gregory, Duncan F. Analytical Geometry of three dimensions. Camb. Math. Journ. I., 1839, pp. 37-42.

2. On the solution of linear equations of finite and mixed differences. Camb. Math. Journ. I., 1839, pp. 54-61.

3. On the expansion of a function of a binomial. Camb. Math. Journ. I., 1839, pp. 67-74.

4. Notes on FOURIER'S [theory of] Heat. Camb. Math. Journ. I., 1839, pp. 104-107.

5. On the solution of partial differential equations. Camb. Math. Journ. I., 1839, pp. 123-131.

6. On the residual calculus. Camb. Math. Journ. I., 1839, pp. 145-155.

7. On the integration of simultaneous differential equations. Camb. Math. Journ. I., 1839, pp. 173-181.

8. On the method of spherical coordinates. Camb. Math. Journ. I., 1839, pp. 193-204; II., pp. 37-45.

9. Demonstrations of theorems in the differential calculus and calculus of finite differences. Camb. Math. Journ. I., 1839, pp. 212222.

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23. On FOURIER'S Theorem. Camb. Math. Journ. III., 1843, pp. 288-290. [Anonymous.]

24. On asymptotes to algebraic curves. Camb. Math. Journ. IV., 1845, pp. 42-47. Gregory, F. A. A. Détermination de la longitude de l'Uitkijk, station du Globe Régulateur à Batavia, faite en 1843, au moyen de l'observation d'éclipses du premier et du deuxième satellite de Jupiter. Moniteur des Indes, 1846-47, pp. 9-10; Tindal, Verhand. Zeewezen, VI., 1846, pp. 480-485.

Gregory, F. T. Exploration of the Murchison, Lyons, and Gascoyne Rivers in Western Australia. Geogr. Soc. Proc. III., 1859, pp. 3454.

2. On the geology of a part of Western Australia. Geol. Soc. Journ. XVII., 1861, pp. 475-483.

3. Expedition to the North-west Coast of Australia. Geogr. Soc. Journ. XXXII., 1862, . pp. 372-429.

Gregory, George. Case of malformation of the heart. [1820.] Med. Chir. Soc. Trans. XI., 1821, pp. 296-298. Gregory, James Craufurd. Notice concerning an autograph manuscript by Sir Isaac NEWTON, containing some notes upon the third book of the Principia, and found among the papers of Dr. David GREGORY, formerly Savilian Professor of Astronomy in the University of Oxford. [1829.] Edinb. Roy. Soc. Trans. XII., 1834, pp. 66-76; Edinb. Journ. Sci. VI., 1832, pp. 51-61.

Gregory, James J. H. Geology of Marblehead. [1858.] Essex Instit. Proc. II., 1862, pp. 306– 311.

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