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PUBLICATION LIST Art. Pages Price 27 318-354 On the Spodumene and its Alterations from the Granite-veins of Hampshire County, Mass. By Alexis A. Julien. 28 355-362 On certain North American Species of Zonites, etc. By W. G. Binney. 29 363-392 Lines of Discovery in the History of Ozone, with an Index of its Literature, and an Appendix upon the Literature of Peroxide of Hydrogen. Albert R. Leeds. Per Volume $6.00 VOLUME II (1880-1882) (This volume is out of print) 1 1-18 Application of Organic Acids to the Examination of Minerals. By H. Carrington Bolton. (Second Paper.) 2 19-21 The Place of Sadi Carnot in the History of Thermotics. By Robert H. Thurston. 3 22-26 Upon the Production of Peroxide of Hydrogen, as well as of Oxygen, by the Action of Moist Phosphorus upon Air. By Albert R. Leeds. 4 27-80 On the Geology of Hudson Country, New Jersey. By Israel C. Russell. 5 81-113 On Zinc Desilverization. By Thomas Egleston. 6 115-116 Description of a New Species of Tridopsis from New Mexico. By Thomas Bland. 7 117-126 On the Relation of the Flora and Fauna of Santa Cruz, West Indies. By Thomas Bland. 8 127-128 Notes on Macroceramus kieneri, Pfr. and M. pontificus Gould. By Thomas Bland. 9 129-139 On Helix aspersa in California, and the Geographical Distribution of Certain West American Land-snails, and Previous Errors Relating Thereto, etc. By Robert E. C. Stearns. 10 140-160 The Life-History of Spirifer laevis, Hall; a Palaeontological Study. By Henry S. Williams. 11 161-182 On the Geology of Richmond County, N. Y. By N. L. Britton. 12 185-192 Outline of the Geology of the Northeastern West India Islands. By P. T. Cleve. 13 193-244 Descriptions of New Species of Fossils from Ohio, with Remarks on Some of the Geological Formations in Which They Occur. By R. P. Whitfield. 14 245-248 Description of a New Species of Swift of the Genus Chaetura, with Notes on Two Other Little-known Birds. By George N. Lawrence. 15 249-266 The Parallel Drift-hills of Western New York. By Laurence Johnson. 16 267-286 The Origin and Relations of the Carbon Minerals. By John S. Newberry. 17 287-288 Descriptions of two New Species of Birds from Yucatan, of the Families Columbidae and Formicariidae. By George N. Lawrence. 18 289-312 Fusion-Structures in Meteorites. By F. G. Weichmann. 19 313-352 Index to the Literature of Electrolysis and its Applications, 1784-1880. By W. Walter Webb. 20 353-355 Note Relating to a Newly-discovered Absolute Limit to Economical Expansion in Steam-engines. By Robert H. Thurston. 21 355-356 Description of a New Species of Bird of the Family Cypselidae. By George N. Lawrence. 22 357-367 The Origin of the Carbonaceous Matter in Bituminous Shales. By John S. Newberry. 10
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