Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Bindi 23
Taylor & Francis, 1875
Obituary notices of deceased fellows were included in v. 7-64; v. 75 is made up of "obituaries of deceased fellows, chiefly for the period 1898-1904, with a general index to previous obituary notices"; the notices have been continued in subsequent volumes as follows: v. 78a, 79b, 80a-b- 86a-b, 87a 88a-b.
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Síđa 430 - An Essay on the application of Mathematical Analysis to the Theories of Electricity and Magnetism...
Síđa 34 - They are more abundant and of a larger size in warmer seas; several varieties, attaining a large size and presenting marked varietal characters, are found in the intertropical area of the Atlantic. In the latitude of Kerguelen they are less numerous and smaller, while further south they are still more dwarfed, and only one variety, the typical Globigerina bulloides, is represented.
Síđa 66 - God in the creation, or on the certainty of the resurrection of the dead proved by certain changes of the animal and vegetable parts of the creation.
Síđa 68 - The PRESIDENT then delivered his Address, (p. 65.) It was proposed by Mr. LATHAM, seconded by Mr. FIELD, and resolved:— " That the thanks of the Society be given to the President for his Address, and that he be requested to allow it to be printed in the Quarterly Journal of the Society.
Síđa 45 - In the mean time, the proportion of the amorphous, red clay to the calcareous elements of all kinds increases, until the latter disappear, with the exception of a few scattered shells of the larger foraminifera, which are still found, even in the most characteristic samples of the red clay.
Síđa 485 - It is remarkable, however, that the same packing, when an apparatus specially constructed for the purpose of forged iron was filled with mercury, always yielded, even at a pressure of 40 atmospheres, in the course of a few days. It is with regret that I am still obliged to give the pressures in atmospheres as indicated by an air- or hydrogen-manometer, without attempting for the present to apply the corrections required to reduce them to true pressures. The...
Síđa 44 - It is clear that these shells must fall in equal numbers upon the red clay, but scarcely a trace of one of them is ever brought up by the dredge on the red clay area. It might be possible to explain the absence of shellsecreting animals living on the bottom, on the supposition that the nature of the deposit was injurious to them ; but then the...
Síđa 48 - I conceive that the upper part of one of these great tabular southern icebergs, including by far the greater part of its bulk, and culminating in the portion exposed above the surface of the sea, was formed by the piling up of successive layers of snow...
Síđa 161 - ... here visible from the reed ; hence the necessity of the foregoing experiments to prove the action of the sound on the upper portion of the flame to be nil, and that the waves had really to "bend round the edge of the screen so as to reach the seat of sensitiveness in the neighbourhood of the burner.
Síđa 67 - ... it, it should be melted and given to the Royal Society, to found a medal to be awarded annually for the most important discovery in chemistry, anywhere made in Europe or Anglo-America. On Sir Humphry's death the service of plate became the property of his brother. Dr. John Davy, FRS, who, in fulfilment of Sir Humphry's intentions, bequeathed it after the death of his widow, or before if she thought proper, to the Royal Society, to be applied as aforesaid. On the death of Mrs. Davy the plate was...