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General Meetings
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tSuction Gas Engine Plants By Professor W E Dalby M A
6
Report of the Conference of Delegates of Corresponding Societies held
47
Local Societies and Meteorology By Dr Hugh Robebt Mill
53
List of Corresponding Societies 19061907
68
Magnetic Observations at Falmouth Observatory Report of the Committee
90
Experiments for improving the Construction of Practical Standards
104
The Evolution of the Elements By F Soddy
122
Magnetic Survey of South Africa Preliminary Report of the Committee
131
Investigations of the Upper Atmosphere by Means of Kites in cooperation
138
The Chemical Aspects of Cyanogenesis in Plants By Professor Wyndham
145
Dynamic Isomerism Report of the Committee consisting of Professor II
157
On the Present Position of the Chemistry of the Gums By H H Robin
227
The Present Position of the Chemistry of Rubber By S S Pickle81M Sc 233
233
The Study of HydroAromatic Substances Report of the Committee con
257
The Hydrolysis of Sugars By Robert J Caldwell B Sc 207
267
The Faunal Succession in the Carboniferous Limestone of the Southwest
292
Composition and Origin of the Crystalline Rocks of Anglesey Report of
302
Investigation of the Fossiliferous Drift Deposits at Kirmington Lincolnshire
313
The Freshwater Fishes of South Africa with special reference to those of
326
Accuracy and Comparability of British aud Foreign Statistics of Inter
339
Anthropometric Investigations among the Native Troops of the Egyptian
347
The Age of Stone Circles Interim Report of the Committee consisting of
370
Anthropological Photographs Report of the Committee consisting of
383
Excavations on Roman Sites in Britain Report of the Committee consisting
400
Archaeological and Ethnological Researches in Crete Report of the Com
408
The Iake Village at Glastonbury Eighth Report of the Committee consist
410
The Ductless Glands Second Interim Report of the Committee consisting
423
Peat Moss Deposits Interim Report of the Committee consisting of Pro
430
Studies most suitable for Elementary Schools Report of the Committee
438
Report of the SubCommittee on Arithmetic and Mensuration consisting
444
Report of the SubCommittee on Nature Study consisting of Mr R
459
Interim Report of SubCommittee on Domestic Work consisting of Miss
466
but nrith a reference to the Journal or Newspaper in which it is published in extenso
471
MONDAY AUGUST 6
483
TUESDAY AUGUST 7
492
Department op Astronomy and Cosmical Physics
498
Researches on nearly Pure Ozone Gas By Erich Ladenburg Ph D 605
505
Address by J J Lister M A F R S F Z S President of the Section 683
598
The Pineal Sense Organs and Associated Structure in Geotria
604
Address by J A Ewiso M A LL D F R S President of the Section 667
606
Section E GEOGRAPHY
611
A Tour in Southeast Persia with an Account of the Ancient Cities
620
FRIDAY AUGUST 3
621
A New Form of Tacheometer or Range Finder By E A Reeves
627
A Method of Determining Indigotin By W Popplewell Bloxam
628
Address by A L Bowlet M A President of the Section
629
The Influence of the Rate of Interest on Prices By Professor Wick
643
The Distribution of Population by Facilities of Rapid Transit
649
Monthly Index Numbers of Prices for 1006 By Clarence S Howells
655
TThe Removal of Dust and Smoke from Chimney Gases By S
666
TUESDAY AUGUST
672
Mackenzie
674
Address by E Sidney Hartland F S A President of the Section 075
688
Excavations in an AngloSaxon Cemetery near South Cave Yorkshire
695
Excavations at Caerwent Monmouthshire on the Site of the Romano
696
A Survival of Twofold Origin By W H R Rivers M A M D
702
Address by Professor Francis Gotch M A D Sc F R S President of
704
Are the Preventive Measures which are Employed against Infectious
718
Section K BOTANY
725
Interim Report on Research on South African Cycads p 431
739
Corn Smuts and their Propagation By Professor T Johnson D Sc
743
SATURDAY AUGUST 4
749
The Nature of Fertilisation By Vernon II Blackman
755
On the Seedling Structure of certain Centrospermee By T G Hill
760
The Training of Primary Teachers By Professor J A Green B A
779
The Moral and Economic Standpoint of the Domestic Science Teacher
786
Scientific Method in the Study of School Teaching By Professor J
793
On the Cultivation of Literary Taste By Miss Lucy Harrison
800
Index
806
Report on the Transformation of Aromatic Nitroamines and Allied Sub
814
Report on the Registration of Botanical Photographs p 433 740
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Report of the Seismological Committee p 02 400
3
The International Investigation of the North Sea Fisheries By Dr
6
On the Primitive Artemisia of Ephesus and their Contents By D
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Seite xxx - Committees for the several Sections before the beginning of the Meeting. It has therefore become necessary, in order to give an opportunity to the Committees of doing justice to the several Communications, that each Author should prepare an Abstract of his Memoir, of a length suitable for insertion in the published Transactions of the Association, and...
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