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The quarterly journal of science; Volume: 11 (1874)

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The quarterly journal of science; Volume: 1 (1864)

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The quarterly journal of science; Volume: 9 (1872)

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The quarterly journal of science; Volume: 12 (1875)

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The quarterly journal of science; Volume: 5 (1868)

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The quarterly journal of science; Volume: 3 (1866)

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The quarterly journal of science; Volume: 6 (1869)

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The Quarterly Journal of Science : Volume 3 (1866)

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The Quarterly Journal of Science : Volume 12 (1875)

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The Quarterly Journal of Science : Volume 11 (1874)

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The Quarterly Journal of Science : Volume 9 (1872)

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The Quarterly Journal of Science : Volume 1 (1864)

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The Quarterly Journal of Science : Volume 6 (1869)

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The Quarterly Journal of Science : Volume 5 (1868)

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Abhandlungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereines für Sachsen und Thüringen in Halle : Band 1 (1856-1859)

By: Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein Fur Sachsen und Thuringen in Halle
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The Journal of Travel and Natural History ; Volume 1

By: Murray, Andrew, 1812-1878

...lwitsch . . .22 ilance at the Present Position and Prospects of Geographical Science 106 Theory of Birds Nests, by Alfred Wallace ... ^3 ^eply to Mr W... ..."^n Mr Wallace's Theory of Birds' Nests, by the DuKE ofArgyll . 276 itate of Science on N.W. Slopes of the RockyMountains, byR. Brown i 73 lie Jararac... ... SCOTLAND. By Archibald Geikie, F.R.S. T is a common beliefthat geology as a science deals wholly, or almost wholly, with a time earher than the adven... ...ts, but the appearance of a Genera Plantarum has always been a rare event in science. The work of Messrs. Bentham and Hooker, of which we jjropose to ... ...icult task. Was this, then, a work imperatively demanded by the state of the science ? or, in reality, have not the zealous English botanists chiefly ... ...y private circumstances, more than by considerations of the general state of science. When De Candolle commenced the Systema and the Prodromus, the ti... ...t would be to double its size without real advantage. It would be better for science that our manuscript were pubHshed, such as it is, under the same ... ...e monographer ; but we have supposed him such. It is plain that the march of science ought to bring about fusions, and rather fusions than divisions. ... ...l genera will diminish, and that of species per genus will augment. In fact, science has not progressed in any other way. The same graphic constructio...

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The Journal of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History ; Volume 3

By: Cincinnati Society of Natural History

...orar}^ members may be selected from persons eminent for their attainments in science, on whom the society ma}" wish to confer a com- pliment of respec... ...hall be ex-officio chairmen of the sections, in their respective branches of science. There shall be one curator for each of the following named branc... ... the proceedings, as may seem to them calculated to promote the interests of science, so far as the funds appropriated by the executive board shall pe... ...ing and encouraging special investigation in the several branches of Natural Science, the members may organize sections under the chairmanship of the ... ... time, upon American Geology, and one that will continue to be a standard of science for many decades to come. / He separated the Cretaceous into two ... ...owment Fund, consisting of $351.45, received from the old Western Academy of Sciences, and a donation of $200 received from Mrs. Warren : In all, 8551... ...ng 62 paid- up members (exclusive of life-members from the former Academy of Sciences). 49 members owe, up to date, for one or more years ; 4 of these... ... 1843, He was also, at one time. President of the Western Academy of Natural Sciences at Cincinnati. Soon after the organization of this Society he wa... ...ty he was one among others who, as members of the Western Academy of Natural Sciences, donated to this Society all its books, money and fossils which ...

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The Journal of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History ; Volume 1

By: Cincinnati Society of Natural History

...unati Societ}- of Natural Histoiy, organized for the pur- [)Ose of advancing Science, and diffusing knowledge, at last finds itself located iu its own... ...the determination of de- scribed species, in the various branches of Natural Science, is to be found in the too frequent habit of publishing the writt... ...instituted. The donations of specimens in the various departments of Natural Science, being numerous at every meeting, it was found necessary to provi... ... September 5, 1871, the Society received from the Western Academy of Natural Science, three hundred and fifty-one dollars in mone3', 265 volumes of bo... ... T. Carle_y, and Robert Buchanan, surviving members ofthe Western Academy of Science, were duly elected to life membership in this Societ3^ in pursuan... ...members for the preceding year, $385, and from the Western Academy ofNatural Science, $.351 45. Mr. Samuel A. Miller was elected second vice-president... ...m of $122 12, not including the funds received from the Western Acatlem^- of Science. At this meeting, Mi*. John M. Edwards was elected recording- sec... ...hty years of age, containing a present of $200 00, and signed, " A Friend of Science.'' It was ascertained, however, that the generous donor was Mrs. ... ...hich was published in the July number of the Cincinnati Quarterly Journal of Science. Prof A. G. Wetherby read a paper, entitled " Descriptions of Lep...

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The Journal of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History ; Volume 2

By: Cincinnati Society of Natural History

...., figs, la to 17c. Dichocrinus Shumard ; Transactions St. Louis Academij of Science, Fe*bruaiy 9, 1857. Pterotocrinus, L3'ou and Casseday ; American ... ..., Fe*bruaiy 9, 1857. Pterotocrinus, L3'ou and Casseday ; American Journal of Science and Arts, Vol. xxix., p. 68, January, 1859. In the third volume o... ...among the Paleocrinidoi. In the article published in the American Journal of Science and Arts, to which reference is made in the S3nionymy above given... ...tural Hislorij. In October, 1860, Prof. G. C. Swallow (Trans. St. LouisAcad. Science, vol, 2) read a paper, entitled " Descriptions ofsome new Fossils... ...eological Survey of Iowa, and the Trans- actions of the St. Louis Academy of Sciences. In 1866, the State Geologist of Illinois (Geo. Sur. of 111., vo... ...hical architecture, and as a most import- ant contribution to ornithological science ; and the publication of the remainder of the work, which we are ... ...ce, an address upon some appropriate subject. When the president is a man of science, and competent to the fulfillment of the task, the custom is a go... ...nd thought, preclude me from entering upon even a synopsis of the history of science, or of scientific publica- tions during the past year. Indeed, th... ... are so great that few ofthose who are notable to devote their whole time to science, are able to keep themselves fully informed of all that is being ...

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Abhandlungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereines für Sachsen und Thüringen in Halle : Band 2 (1856-1861)

By: Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein Fur Sachsen und Thuringen in Halle
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