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BOOKS, MANUSCEIPTS, MAPS AND DEAWINGS

IN THE

BRITISH MUSEUM

(natueal histoey). VOL. I. A— D.

LONDON: PRINTED BY OEDER OF THE TRUSTEES.

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LONGMANS & CO., 39 PATBENOSTER ROW, E.G.;

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KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, TRUBNER & CO., CHARING CROSS ROAD, W.C. ;

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BRITISH MUSEUM (NATURAL HISTORY), CROMWELL ROAD, S.W,

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LONDON AND AYLESBURY.

PEEFACE.

nnHE Collection of Books, Maps, &c., in the Natural History branch of the Museum had its origin in the several libraries attached to the Departments of Zoology, Geology, Mineralogy and Botany. These were considerably supple- mented during and after the removal of the Natural History Collections to South Kensington by extensive purchases, for which a special vote was obtained from Parliament. At the same time the General Library was formed to receive those works whose subject-matter concerned more than one of the Departments. Subsequent accessions to these libraries have been procured by purchase, exchange or donation.

Thus, although some lacunae still remain to be filled, there has been formed one of the finest and most complete collections of Works on Natural History ever brought together.

This collection must naturally be of interest to many besides those who have opportunity for personally consulting it, and hence it has been deemed advisable to publish the Catalogue under authors' names in such form that it may be of service both to Students of Natural History and to Bibliographers generally. To this end information concerning the contents, or the dates of serial issue of important works, and other bibliographical data have been included in notes, while the style of printing adopted renders the work available for use as a Card Catalogue.

The complete Catalogue will, it is estimated, comprise some sixty thousand entries, so that the present volume contains about one-fourth. These entries have been compiled, with some clerical aid, by Mr. B. B. Woodward, the Assistant in charge of the General Library; and the printed volume has been edited by him, with the assistance of the following representatives from the several departments : For Geology, Dr. Henry Woodward (and since his retire- ment. Dr. A. Smith Woodward) ; for Mineralogy, Mr. L. Fletcher ; for Botany, Mr. J. Britten; and for Zoology, Prof. P. J. Bell.

E. EAY LANKESTEE,,

Director.

BRITISH MUSEUM (Natueal Histobt), June 27, 1903,

INTRODUCTION.

rpHIS Author Catalogue of the Books, Maps, MSS. and Drawings in the Natural History -*- Departments of the British Museum has been prepared on lines corresponding to those adopted in most of the large public libraries, while opportunity has been taken to make it available for the purposes of the now indispensable Card Catalogue by repeating the heading to each entry.

The term " Book " has been held, so far as this Catalogue is concerned, to include "any separate work, separately issued"; but of the large number of separata in use in the Museum, only those have been included which have been reprinted from publications not represented in the Collection, or which, consisting of more than twenty pages, do not bear the original pagination. In the case of a few important monographs, however, this last rule has been relaxed. The title of the work from which each extract has been taken is appended in abbreviated form in a note to the entry.

Four subject headings, viz. "Atlases," "Dictionaries," "Encyclopsedias" and "Gazetteers," have been included on the ground of their great importance, especially to the members of the Miiseum staff, for whose use this Catalogue is primarily intended.

For the rest, the entries are ranged under the names of the authors of the various works. Should no author's name, real or assumed, be given anywhere in the work, the book is then catalogued under the principal word or words of the title, preference being given to such as most clearly define the contents.

Societies and Corporate Bodies are considered to be authors of their publications, and are entered: (a) Enghsh, Colonial and American Societies, with such others as are not local, directly under their proper name ; (6) all others under the name of the place in which their headquarters are situate.

Official accounts of Surveys and Explorations undertaken by any Grovemment are placed under the name of the country issuing them.

Magazines and Journals of a similar character are entered under the first words of the title, omitting articles.

Maps are entered in the first instance under the name of the country charted.

Cross-references are freely given in all cases where they will facilitate research; but, with the view of avoiding undue extension, no cross-references have been given from the names of editors of the publications of Societies, when acting in an official capacity; nor from the names of editors, translators or the writers of formal prefaces who have not contributed original matter to the works in connection with which their names appear ; while in the case of those Societies' publications in which each memoir has a separate pagination, cross-references are only given under the authors of such papers as relate to Natural History.

The arrangement of the entries under each heading is primarily chronological, but any collected editions of an author's complete works, or of some of them, are always

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placed first ; while works the dates of which cannot be ascertained, MSS. and original drawings are put last. Successive editions of a work immediately succeed the first, and translations follow the original work. The serial publications of Societies, etc., precede any separate works issued by them, while the titles of Maps are put at the very end of the heading to which they belong.

Titles in Eussian and Servian characters have been transliterated on the system adopted some years ago by the Museum in association with the principal scientific societies, and published in "Nature," Vol. xli, February 27, 1890, pp. 396-7.* Titles in Japanese characters have been transliterated by Prof. E. K. Douglas or by members of the Japanese Embassy, to whom also the Editor is greatly indebted for the appended translations. Translations are also given of the titles of works written in Eussian, Polish, Hungarian and other Eastern languages, and in this matter the Editor has to thank members of the staff of the Printed Book Department of the British Museum for their^help.

In addition to the indispensable assistance rendered by members of the staff whose names are given in the Preface, the editor has received very considerable aid from many colleagues. He desires more especially to express his obligations to Mr. Gr. A. Boulenger and Mr. G. C. Crick for the great help they have given in reading the proofs, as well as to Dr. F. A. father for co-operation with respect to Swedish titles. To Mr. C. Davies Sherborn the Editor is peculiarly indebted : all the valuable bibliographical data brought together by him, in the course of his work on the " Index Animalium," having been freely made available for the purposes of this Catalogue, in which much of the information so obtained now appears for the first time.

B. B. WOODWAED.

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BRITISH MUSEUM (Natural History).

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after a date or the number of a volume indicates that the set is in progress.

in the same position implies that no more has been published.

encloses words, dates, etc., that have been supplied.

denotes the omission of a word or words from the body of the title.

A., A. British Algae. [By A. A., i.e. Mrs. A. Atkins.] 3 Vol. fol. H[alstead] P[arh, 18— to] 1853.

411 pis. ot Cyanotype Photographs, in 3 Vol., each with a title-page aod contents, the latter followed in Vol. lil by the contents of an Appendix, at the foot of which is a notice signed " A. A."

Vol. 1 of tliis copy wants the second folio, inscribed ' Photogmphs of British Algae. Cyanotype Impressions," the third or preface, signed " A. A.," and the fourth or dedication.

A., J. An examination of Dr. Woodward's Account of the Deluge ... By J. A., <frc. See Arbuthnot (J.)

8°. 1697.

A., J. The Woodland Companion : or a brief descrip- tion of British Trees. [With an advertisement by J. A., i.e. J. Aikin], <i:c. -pp. 92: 28 pis. 8°. London, 1802.

A,, J. Brief Directions, designed to facilitate the trans- mission of Specimens in Natural History to the Museum of the . . . Society. [By J. A., i.e. John Atkinson], &c. fe Leeds Philosophical and Liteeaey Society.

8». [182-.]

A., S. W. Schola Botanica sive Catalogus Plantarum quas ab aliquot annis in Horto Eegio Parisiensi Studiosis indigitavit ... J. P. Tournefort . . . ut et P. Hermanni Paradisi Batavi Prodromus, in quo Plantse rariores omnes, in Batavorum Hortis hactenus cultse & plurimam partem k nemine antea descriptse recensentur. Edente in lucem S. W. A. \i.e. W. Sherard]. pp. Iviii,'] 386, 26. 12". Amstelcedami, 1689.

A., T., Captain, Light Dragoons. History of the Azores or Western Islands, die. [With a Preface by J. T. Haydn.] pp. v, 310 : S pis., 5 maps. 4". London, 1813.

AARAU.— Aargauische naturforsclieude Gesell-

SChaft. [Founded 1810.]

Mittheilungen, &c. Hft. l-> 8°. Aarau, 1878->

AARDKUKSEUSTDZG aENOOTSCHAF.

See Amsterdam.

AAKGAUISCKE NATUBFORSCKENDE GE- SELLSCKAFT. SeeKk-R&xs.

AARON (Eugene M.) Aaron. Vol. iv. See Club.

Papilio . . . Edited by E. M.

New York Entomological

8". 1884.

Aarou (E. M.) See Entomological News . . . Editor E. M. Aaron, &c. Vol. i, No. 1-2. 8». 1890.

ABBATIUS (Baldus Angelus) B. A. Abbatii . . . De admirabili Viperag natura, & de mirificis ejusdem facultatibus liber, d&c. pjy. {xvi,"] 133 [10] : text illmt.

4P. No^-ibergm, 1603.

ABBAY (R.) Observations on Hemileia vastatrix, the so called Coflfee-leaf Disease. See Nietner (J.) The Coffee Tree and its Enemies . . . Second Edition (Appendix). 8°. 1880.

ABBES (H.) Die Eskimos des Cumberlandgolfes. See Germany. Internationale Polarforschvmg, 1882-83. Die Deutschen Expeditionen, <fcc. Bd. ii, No. 1.

8°. 1890.

ABBEVILLE.— Soci^tS d'iSmulation.

[1797 Founded as Soci^ti d Emulation d' Abbeville.

1814 Society royale (VEviulation d' Abbeville.

1848 Soci4td d'EmulatiOH d' Abbeville.

1853 SociHi impei-iale d: Emulation d' Abbeville.

1871 Soci^U d' ^midation d! Abbeville.]

[Memoires, &c. Ser. I, 1797-1810.]

Wanting.

[Ser. II,] 1833-68.

12 Vol. 8". Abbeville, [1833-] 1849-

Ser. Ill, 1869-86. Vol. i-iv. 8°. Abbeville, 1873-87.

ABBOT (Charles) [1761 ?-1817] Flora Bedfordiensis, &c. pp. xii, 351 : 6 pis. col. 8". Bedford, 1798.

ABBOT (Henry Larcorn) [1831-] Report . . . upon explorations . . . from the Sacramento Valley to the Columbia River, &c. See United States. Pacific Railroad Survey. Reports, &c. Vol. vi. 4". 1855.

1

ABBOT (John) The natural history of the rarer Lepidopterous Insects of Georgia . . . Collected from the observations of Mr. J. Abbot ... by J. E. Smith. 2:ip. XV, SI4 : 10^ ph. col. 2 Vol. iol. London, 1797.

Abbot (J.) Drawings of the Insects of Georgia, <fcc. 17 Vol. 4». 1792-1804.

Original water-colour drawings with MS. descriptions.

ABBOTT (Chaeles Conead) [1843-] Catalogue of Vertebrate Animals of New Jersey. See New Jebsey, State of.— Geological Survey. Geology of New Jersey. Appendix E. 8". 1868.

Abbott (C. C.) Upland and Meadow : a Poaetquissings chronicle. ^5/9. viii, 397. 8°, London, 1886.

'ABD-AI..KADIB, IBN SIUHYf AL-BIN

[1807-1873] The Horses of the Sahara . . . with com- mentaries by the Emir Abd-el-Kader, <fcc. See Daumas (M. J. E.) 8". 1863.

'ABD ALLAH IBN AHMAB (Dhiya Al-Din Abu Muhammad) Al MdlaM, called Ibn Al Baitdr [1197 ?-1248l Grosse Zusammenstellung iiber die Krafte der bekannten einfachen Heil- und Nahrungs- mittel von . . . Ebn Baithar. Aus dem Arabischen iibersetzt von ... J. v. Sontheimer, &c. 2 Bd.

8». Stuttgart, 1840-42.

There is a corresponding title-page in Arabic.

ABD EL EADEB.

See 'Abd-al-:Kadir ibn Muhyi Al-Din.

ABDTTLLAH-BBT [pseud. ^i.e. Carl Eduaed Ham- meeschmidt] [1800-1874] Enumeration des Fossiles Devoniens recueillis par . . . Abdullah-Bey dans les environs de Constantinople et decrits par E. de Ver- neuil. Tableau des Fossiles Paleozoiques rapport^s de I'Asie Mineure. See Tchihatcheff (P. de) Asie Mineure, &c. Pt. iv, Paleontologie. 8". & 4°. 1869.

ABBILLE, L'. Memoires ([after Tom. xi] Journal) d'Entomologie par M. S. A. de Marseul. (Continue par la Societe Entomologique de France.) Tom. i-xxvii, 12". Paris, 1864-92.

Also divided into Series of 6 Vol. each (except the last, which stops at Vol. III). The pagination is highly irregular, that of the various sections and memoirs being carried on from volume to volume.

Publie par la Societe Entomologique de France, <tc.

Tom. xxviii->' 8». Paris, 1892->

ABEILLB (Louis Paul) [1719-1807] Observations . . . sur I'Histoire Naturelle . . . de Buff'on et Dau- benton. [With an Introduction by L. P. Abeille.l See Malesheebes (C. G. de L. db) 4". An vi (1798).

ABEILLB DE FEBB.IN (Elzeae) Notes pour servir a I'histoire des Malachides. 2^}- k- See Madeid.—

SOCIEDAD KSPANOLA DE HISTOEIA NATUEAL. Anales, &C.

Tom. xxiii. 8". 1894.

ABEL (Claeke) [1780-1826] Narrative of a Journey in the interior of China, and of a Voyage to and from that country in . . . 1616 and 1817, &c. pp. xvi, 4^0 ; 16 ph., 4 maps, text illust. 4°. London, 1818.

Appendix contains :—" Characters and descriptions three new species of Plants found in China. ... By E. Brown."

ABEL (Eugenius) Orphei Lithica . . . Recensuit E. Abel. See Oepheus. 8". 1881.

ABEL (Gottlieb Feiedeich) & Beitter (J. D.

von) Abbildung der hundert Deutschen Wilden Holz- Arten, ttc. See Eeittee (J. D. von) & Abel (G. F.)

4". 1790-94.

Abel (G. F.) & Reitter (J. D. von> Beschreibung . . . der in Deutschland seltener wildwachsenden und . . . naturalisirten Holz-Arten, tfcc. See Eeittee (J. D. von) & Abel (G. F.) 4». 1803.

ABEL (Heineioh Kaspae) D. H. C. Abelii, neu . . . medicinisches Krauter-Paradiess-Bartlein [sic'] . . Nebst einer . . . Vorrede und Erorterung einiger botariischen Fragen. p2}.S4,S40[60]. l'i!'.FraMckfurtamMayn,l1\9.

ABEL (J. C. A. M.) Die Conchylien in dem Natural- kabinet . . . des . . . Bischofs von Konstanz. (Nach- trag), &c. pp. [xwi,] 282 (38). 8». Bregenz, 1787.

ABEL (Lothae) Die Baumpfianzungen in 4er Stadt und auf dem Lands, &c. jyp. viii, 138. 8". Wien, 1882.

ABELEVEir (Th. H. A. J.) Nederlandsch Kruid- kundig Archief . . . onder redactie van . . . T. H. A. J. Abeleven. Ser. II, Deel i-> See Nimeguen.— nedeelandsche botanische veeeeniging. 8". 1871->

Abeleven (T. H. A. J.) & Gevers Deynoot (P. M. E.) Flora Noviomagensis, i&c. See Gevees Deynoot (P. M. E.) & Abeleven (T. H. A. J.) 8". 1848.

ABELIN (Johann Philipp). See GoTTFEiED (Johann Ludwig) jjseud.

ABELLA T CASABIEGO (Enrique) Datos topo- gKlfico-geol6gicos del concejo de Teverga, provincia de Oviedo. J)]). 6 : 1 iiiajx See Spain. Comision del MaiM Geoldgico. Boletin, &c. Tom. iv. 8". 1877.

Abella y Casarieeo (E.) Memoria acerca de 16s criaderos auriferos del segundo distrito del departa- mento de Mindanao. Misamis. Itineraries geologicos. Observaciones tomadas al paso en los viajes hechos &, las comarcas auriferas de Misamis. (Islas Filipinas;) CatAlogo descriptivo de las rocas que constituyen esencialmente los terrenes recorridos en los itineraries geol6gicos referentes k las comarcas auriferas de Misamis. (Filipinas.) pp. 49 : 5 pis. See Spain. Coniision del Mapa Geolbgico. Boletin, &c. Tom. vi.

8". 1879.

Abella y Casariego (E.) Apuntes fisicos y geol6gicos temados en el viaje de Nueva Vizcaya k Manila. See Spain. Comision del Mapa GeoMgico. Boletin, <fcc. Tom. X. 8°. 1883.

Abella y Casariego (E.) El mayon 6 velc4n de Albay (Fihpinas). pp. 19 : 2 ph. See Spain.— Cowimrfw del Mapa GeoUgico. Boletin, <frc. Tom. xi. 8". 1884.

Abella y Casariego (E.) El Monte Maquilin (Fili- pinas) y sus actuales emanaciones volcilnicas. p2x 34 : 2 ph. See Spain. CowimJw del Mapa GeoMgico. Boletin, &c. Tem. xi. g". 1884.

Abella y Casariego (E.) Emanaciones volcdnicas sub- oMinadas al Mahnao (Filipinas). pp. 10 : 3 ph., text illust. See Spain. Commrfw del Mapa Geoldgico. Boletin, &c. Tom. xi. go f884.

Abella y Casariego (E.) La Isla de BilirAn y sus azufrales. ;,/.'• H ^J^^^p. See^FKm.—Comiddn del MajM Geologico. Boletin, <S:c. Tom. xi. g". 1884.

Abella y Casariego (E.) EApida descripcion fisica geol6gica y minera de la Isla de Cebii (Archipielaeo Filipino) np 187: 3 ph., 2 mam col See SPAIN. Vomiston del Mapa Geologico. Boletin, d;c. Tom xiii

8". 1886! ABENDBOTH (Abraham August) <fc others [Icones Plantarum . . . ediderunt P. D. Giseke A. A. Abendrotli, die] See Giseke (P. D.) <fc other's '

fol. [1777-78 '?]

ABENDROTH (Eenst Robert) Ueber :\Iorphologie und "V'erwandtschaftsverhaltnisse der Arachniden. In- augural-Dissertation, <fcc. pp. 64. 8". Leipziff, 1868.

ABENDKOTH (Guilielmus Frideeicus) [1802- 1863] De Coflfea. Dissertatio inauguralis, &c. pp. 43.

4". Lipsiae, 1825.

ABERGKOnCBIE (John) [1726-1806] The Garden Mushroom, i&c. pp. 54. 8». London, 1779.

Abercrom'bie (J.) The Gardeners Pocket Journal and Annual Register, dkc. pp. [I'u,] iiSl. 12°. London, 1789.

Abercrombie (J.) it Mawe (T.) The Universal Gardener and Botanist . . . Second Edition, &c. See Ma WE (T.) & Abeecrombie (J.) 4". 1797.

ABERDEEN.

1887-8->

-University.

The . . . Calendar, (&c. 8». Aherdeen, 1887->

ABERBEEir NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY.

See E.4.ST OF Scotland Union op Naturalists' Societies.

ABERDEEN

See East of Societies.

PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

Scotland Union of Naturalists'

ABERG (Pehr Eduard) Dissertatio ... in geo- graphica Plantarum per partem provinciae Casanensis distributione illustranda periculum sistens . . . Respon- dente P. E. Aberg, &e.. See Wirzen (J. E. A.) 8". 1839.

ABERLE (Carl) [-1892] Vergleichende Zusammen- stellung der gebrauchlicheren Pflanzensysteme und statistische Uebersicht der Artenzahl und Verbreitung der Ordnungen (Familien) der lebenden und fossilen Gefasspflanzen. /jp. iv, 132. 4°. Wien, 1876.

Aberle (C.) Die Gefasspflanzen des k. k. botanischen Gartens zu Salzburg. Thl. i-ii, Hft. It.

8°. Wien, 1876-77.

Mittheil. Gesell. Salzburger Landeskxmde. Bd. xvii.

ABERNETHY (John) [1764^1831] An enquiry into . . . Mr. Hunter's Theory of Life, &c. pp. 93.

&>. Looidon, 1814.

A new Edition, pp. 79.

8". London, 1821.

Abemethy (J.) [Physiological Lectures, exhibiting a general view of Mr. Hunter's Physiology, and of his re- searches in Comparative Anatomy, tfcc. 8°. London, 1817.]

Wanting.

Second Edition, /jp. 352.

8". London, 1822.

Abemetby (J.) Part of the introductory Lecture for 1816 exhibiting some of Mr. Hunter's opinions respect- ing Diseases, pp. 97-136. 8". London, 1819.

Abemethy (J.) The Hunterian Oration, for the year 1819. pp. 66. 8". London, 1819.

Abemethy (J.) Reflections on Gall and Spurzheim's System of Physiognomy and Phrenology, pp. 75.

8". London, 1821.

ABERT (J. W.) [Natural History observations in the western United States.] See United States. Notes of a . . . reconnoissance from Fort Leavenworth, <fcc. Appendix 6. 8". 1848.

ABERYSTWITH.— University College of Wales.

[Founded 1872.]

The Scientific Society. First report, for . . . 1892-93.

8°. [Aherystwith, 1893.]

ABICH (Otto Wilhelm Hermann von) [1806-1886] [Vues illustratives dequelquesphenomfenesgeologiques, prises sur le Vesuve et I'Etna, pendant . . . 1833 et 1834. fol. Paris & Strasbourg, 1836.]

Wanting.

[Another edition.] (Erliiuternde Abbildungen, <i:c.)

pp. 8 : 8 pis., 2 maps. fe. ife germ. obi. fol. Berlin, 1837.

Abich (O. W. H. von) Geologische Beobachtungen iiber die vulkanischen Erscheinungen und Bildungen in Unter- und Mittel-Italien. Rd. i. Lief. 1 . Ueber die Natur und den Zusammenhang der vulkanischen Bildungen. (Erlauternde Bemerkungen zu den Karten und Ansichten nebst einem Aufsatze iiber Erhebungs- kratere.) pp. viii, 134 i^i ■' 2 ph., 3 maps).

4°. Braunschweic/, 1841.

Abich (O. W. H. von) Ueber die geologische Natur des Armenischen Hochlandes. Fest-Rede, (Ssc. pp. 67: 1 pl- 4». Dorpat, 1843.

Abich (O. W. H. von) Vergleichende chemische Unter- suchungen der Wasser des Caspischen Meeres, Urmia- und Van-Sees. [With geological map and sections of the Natron lake on the S.E. slope of Ararat and a plate of recent and fossil invertebrata.] pjy. 57 : 3 pis. col. See St. Petersburg. acadbmie impbeiale des sciences. Memoires, etc. Ser. VI, Tom. ix, Pt. 1, [No. 1.] 4°. 1859.

Abich (O. W. H. von) ITeber das Stcinsalz und seine geologische Stellung im Russischen Armenien. pp. 9:.' : 11 2)ls. col. See St. PETEESBURf;. acadkmie imperiale DES sciences. Memoires, &c. Ser. VI, Tom. ix, Pt. 1, [No. 2.] 4". 1859.

Abich (O. W. H. von) Vergleichende Grundziige der Geologie des Kaukasus wie der Armenischen und

' Nordpersischen Gebirge. pp. 174: 8 pis. (3 col.), text illust. See St. Petersburg. academie imperiale DES sciences. Memoires, <fcc. Ser. VI, Tom. ix, Pt. 1, [No. 8.] 4". 1859.

[Advance copy entitled :] Vergleichende geologische

Grundziige der Kaukasischen Armenischen und Nord- persischen Gebirge, dsc. 4". St. Petersburg & Leipzig, 1858. Differs from the preceding in the title-page and in having a Vorwort and Zuaiitze.

Abich (O. W. H. von) Beitrage zur Palaontologie des Asiatischen Russlands. pp. 4^ '■ S pis., text illust. See St. Petersburg. academie imperials des sciences. Memoires, &c. Ser. VI, Tom. ix, Pt. 1, [No. 9.] 4». 1859.

Abich (O. W. H. von) Sur la Structure et la Geologie du Daghestan. pp. 32 : 1 pl. col. See St. Petersburg. academie imperiale des sciences. Memoires, dkc. S6r. VII, Tom. IV, No. 10. 4». 1862.

Abich (O. W. H. von) Ueber eine im Caspischen Meere erschienene Insel nebst Beitrageii zur Kenntniss der Schlammvulkane der Caspischen Region, pp. viii, 151 [5] .• 1 pl. col., 3 maps geol. col. See St. Petersburg. academie imperiale des sciences. Memoires, &c. Ser. VII, Tom. vi. No. 5. 4°. 1863.

Abich (O. W. H. von) Einleitende Grundziige der Geologie der Halbinseln Kertsch und Taman, (kc. pp. 80, 1 tab. : 2 pis. col., 1 map, text illust. See St. Petersburg. academie impbeiale des sciences. Memoires, dtc. Ser. VII, Tom. ix, No. 4.

4°. 1865.

Karten und Profile zur Geologie der Halbinseln

Kertsch und Taman, dtc. pp. 7 : 3 pis. col., 1 map col.

4". Tijlis, 1866. Issued as a supplement to the preceding. Re-issued with his " Geologische Fragmente," 1887 [5. v. infra].

AJjich (O. W. H. voK) Geologische Beobachturigen auf ileisen in den Gebirgslanderu zwischen Kur und Araxes. pp. 159 : text illmt. 40. j'ij^g^ igeV.

Abich (O. W. H. von) :^tudes sur les Glaciers actuals et anciens du Caucase . . . Premifere Partie. pp. m ^P^^- 8". Tijlis, l&^0.

Abich^ (O. W. H. von) Otchet Kommissil uchrezli- dennoi dlya izslyedovaniya Tiflisskikh Mineral'nuikh istochnikov . . . Perevel . . . K. Kraft. [Eeport of the Commission appointed to investigate the mineral springs of Tiflis. Translated by E. Kraft] pp. 137 [10]- "P^«- col. 8». n/is, 1870.

Abich (9. W. H. von) Geologische Forschungen in den Kaukasischen Landern. 3 Thl. 4°. & fol. Wien, 1878-87.

Thl. T. Bine Bergkalkfauna aus der Araxeaenge bei Djoulfa in

Armemen. pp. vii,- 1^6; 11 pis., text Must. 1878.

11. Geologie des Ai-menischen Hochlandes. I. Westhalfte.

pp. X, 1,78: 19 pis. (18 col.), S maps col., text illust. ; Atlas,

S pis. col., U maps col., 1 table. 1882.

,, III. Geologie des Armenischen Hochlandes. IF. Osthalfte.

. pp. xii, IBS: SI pis. (5 col.), text illust. ; Atlas, IS pis. col,

5 maps col. 1887.

Abioli (O. W. M. von) Geologische Fragmente aus dem Nachlasse H. Abich's. [Edited, with a Preface, by Adelaide Abich.] jjp. 11, jfi .■ Atlas, 6 pis. col., 1 map col.

4». & fol. Wien, 1887.

I. Karten und Profile znr Geologie der Halbinseln Kertsch imd Taman. I ( . Zur Geologie der Ponza-Inseln. III. Barometrisobe Ilohenmessungen im Kirclienstaate, etc.

ABZIiDGAAIbD (Pedee Christian) [1740-1801] Zoologia Danica . . . Volumen tertium (— quartum) deseripsit et tabulas addidit P. C. Abildgaard. See MuLLEE (O. F.) fol. 1789-1806.

ABZIiDCrAARS (SSeen) [1718-1791] S. Abildgaards Beschreibung von Stevens Klint . . . mit minera- logischen und chymischen Betrachtungen erlautert . . . Aus dem Danischen iibersetzt. pp. 88 : 3 ph.

8". Copenhagen & Leipzig, 1764.

ABRAHAM, Tortuosiensis. Begin. Liber Serapionis agregatus i mediclis simplicib' . .. . interpte Abraa iudeo tortuosiesi de arabico i latinu. See Yuhanna IBN Saeapion. fol. 1473.

ABT (Antal) [1828-] A Pesti Egyetem AsvAny- t^rdban levd Foldpatok jegeczsorozatai es az idevonat- koz6 ket jegeczrendszev. [On the series of Felspar Crystals in the collection of the Budapest University and on the two crystallographic systems to which they belong.] xrp. 84 : 3 pis. , See Budapest.— magyae tudomInyos akadbmia. Ertekezesek, &c. Kot. iii, Szdm 15. 8°. 1873.

ABtJ All EBN SINA. See Husain ibn 'Abd Allah (Abu 'Ali) called Ibn SInI, or Avicenna.

ABU nCANSUB IICOWAFIE BEN ALI, Al

Ilervi. See MuwAPFiK ibn 'ALf (AbtJ ManSue) Al Harawi.

ABU MOHAMMED ABDALLAH BEN- AHMED, called Ebn Baithar. See 'Abd Allah Ibn Ahmad (DhiyA Al-D1n Abu Muhammad) Al McUaM, called Ibn Al Baitdr.

ABULFEDA. See Isma'Il ibn 'ALf ('ImId Al-DIn ABif XL Fida) Prince of Hamdt.

ABYSSZlfZA. {Maps.'] Geognostische Karte von . . . Abessinien, &c. [Scale 1 in. = 27f m. about.]

See Soudan. [Maps.l s,sh. 1846.

Abyssinia. [Maps.] Eoute Map of Abyssinia. Com- piled by E. G. Eavenstein. Scale 10 miles to one inch.

s.sh: [London,] 1867.

Issued by the Topographical Depot of the War Oiiice.

Abyssinia. [Jfo^js.] Northern Abyssinia and adjoining

territories. Compiled . . . 1887. Scale 1 : 316,800 or

5 miles to ,1 inch. s.sh. London, 1887.

Intelligence Division, War OfBce, No. 683.

Abyssinia. [Maps.] Carta dimostrativa della regione compres.sa fra Massaua, Keren, Aksum, e Adigrat coi rilievi geologici con L. Baldaeci. Scala 1 : 400,000 [i.e. 1 in. = ej m. about]. See Italy. ebale comitato GBOLOGico. Memorie descrittive, d;c. Vol. vi. 8". 1891.

ACADEMIA ALBEBTZIfA. See Konigsbebg.— koenigliche albeetus-univeesitaet.

ACADEMZA ARGENTZXTEITCZS.

See Steasbueg. kaisee-wilhelms univeesitaet.

ACADEMZA CASSABEA FBANCZSCA.

See Augsbueg.

ACADEMZA CJESABEA Z.EOFOI.DIirO-CASO- IZITA GEBMANZCA NATURE: CURZOSO- RUM.

[1652 Founded as Academia Naturtv Curiosorum. (Akadeniie thr

Naturforscher.) 1687 Academia Imperialis Leopoldina Natural Curiosomm. (Kaise^'licUe

Leojioldinische Akademie <?«• Natur/orscher.) 1694 ? Academia Caaareo-Leopoldina Naturce CuHoso^'um. 1712 Academia Caisareo-Leopoldina Car'oli'na Naturce Cm^ixisorum. 1727 Academia Ccesarea Leopoldino - Carolina Natures Curiosm^am.

(Kaiserliche Leopoldlnisck - Carolinische Akademie dir Natur-

forscher.) 1748 Academia Ccesarea Leopoldino-Franciscana Naturct Ctiriosorum, 1752 Beverted to title of 1727. 1859 Academia C(xsarea Leopoldino - Carolina Gerraanica . Natures

Curiosorum.' (Kaiserliche Leopoldino - Carolinische Beutsclie

Akademie der Naiurforscher,)]

Miscellanea curiosa medico-physica, d;c. Ann. i-vii.

4°. Lipsiw, (kc, 1670-77.

Miscellanea curiosa, sive Ephemeridum medico-physic- arum, tkc. Ann. viii-x.

4". Vratislatnoi & Bream, 1678-80.

Ann. i-x, forming 6 Vol., bound in 4.

Decuriae II, Ann. i-x. [In 5 Vol.]

4". Norimhergce, 1683-92.

Index generalis . . . Dec. I & II, &c.

4". Norimhergce, 1695.

Decuriae III, Ann. i-x. [7 Vol. in 4.1

4". Lipsim & Francofurti, &c., 1694-1706.

Index generalis . . . Decuriae tertise, &c.

4". Francofurti ad Moenuvi, 1713. Academi£e . . . Ephemerides, &c. Centuria I-X [5 Vol. m 3.] 4". Francofurti & Lipsice, Ac, 1712-22.

-index . . rerum . . . quae in Decuriis III

ac Centunis X. Ephemeridum Academiae . . . extant, adjuncta Sylloge alphabetica auctorum, <fcc

W^^ the first title, which reaf I -Si^^^K^iS

Acta physico-medica, Ac. Vol. i-x [in 5].

4°. Norimhergce, 1727-54. Nova Acta (Verhandlungen), dsc. Tom. i-» ,_ 4°. Norimhergce, &c., 1757->

lom. ix^ have a second title-page reading : " Verhandluncen '■ A-. Ant^H^r T''^='^ *'"' reading of^he title wks varkd to "R^m Actonim Academiae , . . Tomus" <t'c Tin thia >.„irX fv,.

fa„° f .Vf 'J -'? D^^'"'-- WitT'buf f;we'iCtionsth^6r s'ascSlv paged "Appendix or paper at the end of each Vol. in the earlie ser3 whilst supplementary Vols are issued with the later one if v V xxviii-xxxvn each paper is seimrately paged, and in Vol ' xxx"v,t, each paper bears its own pagination in idition to that of the Vol "*

Academia Csesarea Leopoldiuo-Caroliua, &c.

Les Enhemerides . . . depuis I'annee 1670 jusqu'en 1686. (Supplement . . . jusqu'en 1686.— Extrait dela sixifeme ann6e de la seconde D6curie des memes Eph§merides.) See Collection Academique, <Stc. Partie Etrangfere. Tom. Ill (& IV). 4". 1755 (-57).

Academia Csesarea Leopoldiuo-Caroliua, &c.

Leopoldina, amtliches Organ der . . . Akademie . . .

Herausgegeben . . . von dem Prasidenten, &c.

Hft. I, vii-> 4°. Dresden, &c., 1859, 1871->

. Hft. n-vi appeared in the " Nova Acta," Tom. xxviil-xxxvi.

Academia Csesarea Iieopoldinc-Carolina, &c.

Repertorium zu den Acta und Nova Acta dev Akademie von Dr. A. Graesel. Bd. i-» 4". Halle a S., 1894-»

Academia Csesarea Leopoldino-Garolina, &c.

See BoNPLANDiA . . . Officielles Organ der . . . Akad- emie, (fee. Jahrg. i-vii. 4". 1853-59.

Academia Csesarea Leopoldiuo-Carolina, &c.

Gescliichte der . . . Akademie . . . walirend des zweiten Jahrhunderts ihres Bestehens. Von J. D. F. Neigebaur, <&c. pp. 335 : Spls. 4". Jena, 1860.

Academia Csesarea Iieopoldinc-Carolina, &c.

Verzeichniss der legalen Mitglieder der . . . Akademie, .&c. pp. 26. 8». Dresden, 1874.

Pl-inted in double column.

Academia Csesarea Iieopoldinc-Carolina, &c.

Geschichte der Bibliothek und Naturaliensammlung

der . . . Akademie . . . Von Dr. O. Grulich.

pp. ix, 300 : 1 port. 8". Halle, 1894.

ACADEKIA CHBISTIANIA ALBEBTINA.

See Kiel. koenigliche cheistian albeechts-

UNIVEESITAET.

ACADEMIA ELECTOBALIS MOaUNTINA SCIEITTIAKUM UTIIiIUU:.

See Eepuet.— koenigliche akademie gemeinnuet-

ZIGEE WISSENSCHAFTEN.

ACADEMIA ELECTORALIS SCIENTIAKUM ET ELEGANTIOBUM LITEBABUM THEO- DOBO-PALATINAE. See Mannheim.

ACADEMIA FBIDEBICIANA EBLANGEHT- SIS. See Eelangen. koenigliche peiedeich- alexandees-univeesitaet.

ACADEMIA FBIDEBICIANA HALENSIS.

See Halle.— feiedeichs-univeesitaet.

ACADEMIA GAlTDAVEirSIS.

See Ghent. univeesitb de l'etat de gand.

ACADEMIA GEORGIA AUGUSTA.

See GoTTINGEN.— GEOEG-AUG0STS-UNIVEESITAET.

ACADEMIA GBONINGAU-A.

See Geoningen. eijks univeesiteit.

ACADEMIA HAVlTIEirSIS.

See Copenhagen.— KJ(^BENHAVNs univeesitet.

ACADEMIA IMFEBIAIiIS IiEOFOLDIlTA NATUBiE CUBIOSOBUM.

See Academia CjESAeea Leopoldino - Caeolina

GeEMANICA NATUEif; CUEIOSOEUM.

ACADEMIA LEODIENSIS.

See Liege. univeesite.

ACADEMIA LIFSIENSIS.

See LeIPSIC— UNIVEKSITAET,

ACADEMIA LITTEBABUM BEGIA BEBO- LINA. See Beelin. koeniglich - peeussiische

AKADEMIE DEE WISSENSCHAFTEN.

ACADEMIA LUGDUNO-BATAVA.

See LeyDEN. EIJKS UNIVEESITEIT.

ACADEMIA MABBUBGENSIS.

See Maebueg. univeesitaet.

ACADEMIA NACIOITAL DE CIElfCIAS (EXACTAS EXISTEWTE EN LA UNIVEE- SIDAD DE COBDOVA) DE LA BEFUBLICA ABGENTINA. See (Joedova.

ACADEMIA NATUBiE CUBIOSOBUM.

See Academia CjiSAEEA Leopoldino - Caeolina Geemanica Natue^ Cueiosoeum.

ACADEMIA FOLYTECHNICA DO FOBTO.

See Opoeto.

ACADEMIA BEAL DAS SCIENCIAS DE LISBOA. See Lisbon.

ACADEMIA BEGIA BOBUSSICA.

See Beelin. koeniglich-peeussische akademie dee

WISSENSCHAFTEN.

ACADEMIA BHENO-TBAJECTINA.

See Uteecht. eijks-univeesiteit.

ACADEMIA SCIENTIABUM DAITICA.

See Copenhagen. kongeligt dansk videnskabeenes

SELSKAB.

ACADEMIA SCIENTIABUM ET ABTIUM SLAVOBUM MEBIDIONALIUM.

See AgEAM.— JUGOSLAVENSKA AKADEMIJA, <&C.

ACADEMIA SCIEKTIABUM IMFEBIALIS FETBOFOLITANA. See St. Peteesbueg.

ACADBMIE IMPBEIALE DES SCIENCES.

ACADEMIA SCIENTIABUM INSTITUTI BONONIENSIS. See Bologna.— eeale accademia

DELLE SCIENZE DELL' ISTITUTO.

ACADEMIA SCIENTIABUM UTILIUM EBFUBTI. See Eefuet.— koenigliche akademie

GEMEINNUETZIGEE WISSENSCHAFTEN.

ACADEMIA TUBINGENSIS. See Tubingen koenigliche ebeehaed-kaels-univeesitaet.

ACADEMIA UFSALIENSIS.

See Upsala.— kongliga univeesitetet.

ACADEMIA VIADBINA. See Feankfoet on the

OdEE. UNIVEESITAS FEANCOFUETANA.

ACADEMIA VINDOBONENSIS.

See Vienna.— KAisEELiCH-KOENiGLicHE univeesitaet.

ACADEMIA VITEMBEBGENSIS.

See Wittenbeeg.

ACADfMIE D'HIFFONE. See Bone. ACAD£MIE de METZ. See Metz. ACAD£MIE de BEIMS. See Bheims.

acad£mie de SAVOIE.

See Chambeey.— academie des sciences, <&c.

ACADfMIE DE STANISLAUS. See Nancy. ACADf MIE DE VAUCLUSE, See Avignon,

ACAD£MIE DBS BELLES - LETTRES. SCIENCES & ARTS DE LA ROCHELLE.- Sectiou des Sciences Naturelles.

See ROCHELLE, liA.— SOOIETB DES SCIENCES NATUKELLES DE LA CHARENTE-INFBEIEUEE.

ACADfMIE DES SCIENCES, AGRICUL- TURE, ARTS ET BELLES-LETTRES D'AIX.

See Aix.

ACADfiMIE DES SCIENCES, AGRICUL- TURE, COMMERCE, BELLES-LETTRES, ET ARTS DU DfFARTEMENT DE LA

SOMME. See Amiens. academie des sciences, &c.

ACAD£MIE DES SCIENCES, ARTS ET BELLES-LETTRES DE CAEN.

See Caen.— academie nationale, &c.

ACADfMIE DES SCIENCES, ARTS ET BELLES-LETTRES DE DIJON. See Dijon.

ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES, BELLES- LETTRES ET ARTS DE BORDEAUX.

See Bordeaux. academie nationale, <kc.

ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES, BELLES- LETTRES ET ARTS DE LYON. See Lyons.

ACAD£MIE DES SCIENCES, BELLES- LETTRES ET ARTS DE ROUEN.

See Rouen.

ACAD£MIE DES SCIENCES, BELLES- LETTRES ET ARTS DE SAVOIE.

See ChaMBEEY.

ACAD£MIE DES SCIENCES DE CRACOVIE.

See Ceacow. akademija umiej;etnoSci.

ACAD£MIE DES SCIENCES DE L'INSTITUT (NATI0NAL-IMF£RIAL) DE FRANCE.

See Paeis. academie des sciences.

ACAD£MIE DES SCIENCES DE FARIS.

'See Paeis.

ACADfMIE DES SCIENCES DE TURIN.

See TUEIN. EEALE ACCADEMIA DELLE SCIENZE.

ACADfMIE DES SCIENCES, DES (BELLES-) LETTRES ET DES ARTS D'AMIENS.

See Amiens.

ACADfMIE DES SCIENCES ET BELLES- LETTRES D' ANGERS. See Angees.

ACAD£MIE DES SCIENCES ET LETTRES DE MONTFELLIER. See Montpelliee.

ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES, INSCRIF- TIONS ET BELLES-LETTRES DE TOU- LOUSE. See Toulouse.

ACADfMIE DES SCIENCES, LITT£RATURE ET BEAUX-ARTS DE TURIN.

See Turin. eeale accademia dblle scienze.

ACADfMIE IMF£RIALE DE METZ.

See Metz.— academie.

ACAD£MIE IMF£RIALE DE REIMS.

See Eheims.

ACADEMIE IMF£RIALE DE SAVOIE.

See Chambeey.— academie des sciences, &c.

ACADEMIE IMF£RIALE DES SCIENCES, ARTS ET BELLES-LETTRES DE CAEN.

See Caen.— academie nationale, &c.

ACAD£MIE IMF£RIALE DES SCIENCES, ARTS ET BELLES-LETTRES DE DIJON.

See Dlton.— academie des sciences, dec.

ACADfMIE IMF£RIALE DES SCIENCES, BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE BOR- DEAUX. See BOEDEAUX.— ACADEMIE NATIONALE, &C.

ACADEMIE IMF£RIALE DES SCIENCES, BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE LYON.

See Lyons.— ACADEMIE des sciences, &c.

ACADEMIE IMFERIALE DES SCIENCES, BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE ROUEN.

See Rouen. academie des sciences, <fcc.

ACAD£MIE IMFfRIALE DES SCIENCES DE ST.-F£TERSB0URG. See St. Peteesbueg.

ACADfMIE IMFfRIALE DES SCIENCES, INSCRIFTIONS ET BELLES-LETTRES DE TOULOUSE.

See Toulouse.— academie des sciences, &c.

ACADEMIE IMFfRIALE DES SCIENCES, LITT£RATURE ET BEAUX - ARTS DE TURIN.

See TuEiN. eeale accademia dblle scienze.

ACADfMIE IMF£RIALE ET ROYALE DES SCIENCES ET BELLES-LETTRES DE BRUXELLES.

See Brussels. academie eoyale des sciences, d:c.

ACADEMIE NATIONALE DE METZ.

See Metz.— acadfjmie.

ACADEMIE NATIONALE DE REIMS.

See Rheims.

ACAD£MIE nationale DES SCIENCES, ARTS ET BELLES-LETTRES DE CAEN.

See Caen.

ACAD£MIE nationale DES SCIENCES, BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE BOR- DEAUX. See BoEDEAUX.

ACADfMIE NATIONALE DES SCIENCES, BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE LYON.

See Lyons. academie des sciences, &c.

ACAD£MIE NATIONALE DES SCIENCES, INSCRIFTIONS ET BELLES-LETTRES DE TOULOUSE.

See Toulouse.— ACADEMIE des sciences, <fcc.

ACADEMIE ROYALE DE METZ.

See Metz.— ACADiEMiE.

ACADfMIE ROYALE DE SAVOIE.

See Chambeey.— ACADEMIE des sciences, &c.

ACAD£MIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES, ARTS ET BELLES-LETTRES DE CAEN.

See Caen.— academie nationale, &c.

ACAD£MIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE BOrI DEAUX. See Bordeaux.— academie nationale, &c.

ACAD£MIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE LYON.

See Lyons.— ACADEMIE des sciences, &c.

ACADfiMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES BELLES-LETTRES ET ARTS DE ROUEn!

See Rouen.— ACADEMIE des sciences, &c.

ACADEMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES DE L'INSTITUT DE FRANCE. ^

See Paris.- ACADEMIE des sciences,

ACABfMIi: ROYALE DES SCIEITCES DE TUBIir.

See TUEIN. EEALE ACCADEMIA DELLE SCIENZE.

ACADfMIE BOYALE DES SCIENCES, DES LETTBES ET DES BEAUX-ARTS DE BEL- GIQUE. See Beussels.

ACADfMIE BOYALE DES SCIENCES ET BELLES-LETTBES DE BBUXELLES.

See Brussels.— ACADEMiE eoyale des sciences, <i-c.

ACAD£MIE BOYALE DES SCIENCES ET (DES) BELLES-LETTBES DE BEBLIN.

See Berlin. koeniglich - preussische akademie

DER WISSENSCHAPTEN.

ACADfUIE BOYALE DES SCIENCES, IN- SCBIFTIONS ET BELLES-LETTBES DE TOULOUSE.

See Toulouse. academie des sciences, &c.

ACADEMY OF NATUBAL SCIENCES OF

FHILADELFHIA. [Founded 1S12.]

Journal, &c. Vol. i-viii. 8". Philadelphia, 1817-42.

Second Series. Vol. i->

4". Philadelphia, 1847->

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Report of the Transactions, <fcc. 1824-28. 3 Nos.t

8". Philadelphia, [1825-] 1829.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Proceedings, &c. 1841-> 8". Philadelphia, 1843->

The Vols, for 1841-o7 are numbered i-viii, but this numeration was not carried further, the Vol. being annual. Separately paged " Proceedings of the Biological (and Microscopical) Department of the Academy " were included in the Vols, for the years 1S58-60, 18(J8-71.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Notice of the Academy . . . Second Edition, pp. 15.

8". Philadelphia, 1831.

The first edition was published in the Amer. Journ. Sci. and Arts, Vol. XIX, No. 1.

Third Edition, pp. S3. 8". Philadelphia, 1836.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Catalogue of the Strigidae in the Collection of the Academy, <fcc. [pp. 16.] See Cassin (J.) 8". [1849.]

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Catalogue of the Vulturidae in the Collection of the Academy, (be. [pp. 8.] See Cassin (J.) 8". [1849.]

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Catalogue of the Caprimulgidse in the Collection of the Academy, <fcc. [pp. IB.] See Cassin (J.) 8°. 1851.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Catalogue of the Halcyonidse in the Collection of the Academy, (fee. [pp. 19.] See Cassin (J.) 8". 1852.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

A notice of the origin, progress, and present condition of the Academy, <fcc. See Ruschenbeegee (W. S. W.)

8". 1852.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Catalogue of the Hirundinidaj in the Collection of the Academy, (fee. [pp.15.] /S^ee Cassin (J.) 8". 1853.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Catalogue of the Oological Collection in the Academy, (fee. pp. So- See Heeemann (A. L.) 8°. 1853.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.

Catalogue of Human Crania, in the Collection of the Academy,- cfcc ' See Meigs (J. A.) 8". 1857.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.—

Conchological Section. American Journal of Concho-

logy. Published by the . . . Academy . . . G. W.

Tryon editor, tfcc. Vol. iii-vii.t

8". Philadelphia, &c., 1867-72. For Vol. i-ii, See American Journal or CoNCHOLociY.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.—

Conchological Section. Manual of Conchologv, &c. Tryon (G. W.)

Academy of Natural Sciences of Fhiladelphia.—

Entomological Section. Proceedings, &c. See Entomo- logical News. Vol. i-> 8°. 1890^»

ACADEMY OF SCIENCE OF ST. LOUIS.

[Founded 1856.]

Transactions, (fee. Vol. i-> 8". St. Louis, 1860-^

ACCADEMIA ALFONSINA. See Naples.

ACCADEMIA DEGLI ASFIBANTI NATU- BALISTI. See Naples.

ACCADEMIA DEL CIMENTO. See Floeence.

ACCADEMIA DELLE SCIENZE : Sezione della Society Beale Borbonica.

See Naples. eealb accademia delle scienze.

ACCADEMIA DELLE SCIENZE DELL' ISTI- TUTO DI BOLOGNA.

See Bologna. eeale accademia, d;c.

ACCADEMIA DELLE SCIENZE DETTA DE' FISIOCBITICI DI SIENA. See Siena.

ACCADEMIA DELLE SCIENZE FISICHE E MATEMATICHE DI NAFOLI.

See Naples.— EEALE accademia delle scienze fisiche

E MATEMATICHE.

ACCADEMIA DI FADOVA.

See Padua.— EEGiA accademia di scienze, <fcc.

ACCADEMIA DI SCIENZE, LETTEBE, AGBICULTUBA, ED ABTI DEL DIFABTI- MENTO DEL MELLA. See Beescia.— ateneo.

ACCADEMIA DI SCIENZE, LETTEBE E ABTI DEI ZELANTI E FF. DELLO STUDIO DI ACIBEALE. See Acieeale.

ACCADEMIA DI SCIENZE, LETTEBE