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[Issued as University Circular No. 33, September, 1884.]
CONN, H. W. An Instance of Sexual Color Variation in Crustacea, 5;-
Evidence of a Protozoea Stage in Crab Development, 41;-the Sig-
nificance of Larval Skin in Decapods, 127;-the Life History of
DOLLEY, C. S. On a Cilio-flagellate Infusorian recently observed in Balti-
more Drinking Water, 60.
DONALDSON, F., Jr. See W. H. HOWELL.
HALL, G. S. (and E. M. HARTWELL.) Bilateral Asymmetry of Function
HARTWELL, E. M. Address on Physical Culture, 61;-see G. S. HALL.
HOWELL, W. H. The Coagulation of Blood, 128;-(and F. DONALDSON,
Jr.) Experiments upon the Heart of the Dog with reference to the
Maximum Volume of Blood sent out by the Left Ventricle in a Single
LUGGER, O. List of Coleoptera found in the vicinity of Baltimore, 78;-
Biological Notes, 96, 138.
MARTIN, H. N. Modern Physiological Laboratories: what they are and
why they are, 87-90;-The Human Body (Notice), 15;-(and W. A.
MOALE) How to Dissect a Rodent (Notice), 83.
MCMURRICH, J. P. On the Osteology and Development of Syngnathus
Peckeanus (Storer), 4.
KEISER, E. H. Estimation of Sulphur in Organic Compounds, 37; — also
see I. REMSEN.
KIMBALL, A. L. The Determination of the Ohm, 56.
REMSEN, I. Concerning the Existence of a Third Form of Oxygen, 36;—
(and W. C. DAY) Oxidation of ß-Cymenesulphamide, 36;-(and E. H.
KEISER) Oxidation of Para-dipropyl-benzene-sulphamide, 37;-Prin-
ciples of Theoretical Chemistry (Notice), 42.
ROWLAND, H. A. A Plea for Pure Science (Notice), 15.
WILLIAMS, G. H. Barite Crystals from De Kalb, N. Y., 61;-Preliminary
Notice of the Gabbros and associated Hornblende rocks in the vicinity
of Baltimore, 79;-Note on the so-called Quartz Porphyry at Hollins
Station, north of Baltimore, 131.
Additions to the Collection of Minerals, 50.
American Chemical Journal, 30, 32, 104.
Chemistry: Programmes for 1884-85, 103; Enumeration of Classes: First
Half-Year, 23; Second Half-Year, 65; Work of 1883-84, 104.
HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE;
ADAMS, H. B. The Seminary Method, 2;-Village Communities of Cape
Anne and Salem (Notice), 14.
BROWNE, W. HAND (Editor). Archives of Maryland (Notice), 42.
BRYCE, J. History of the Sources of Roman Law, 43;-Democracy in
ELY, R. T. Christian Socialism in England, 3;-French and German
Socialism in Modern Times (Notice), 15.
EMERSON, A. Translation of a Treaty between the Athenians and the
GROSS, C. The Guild Merchant, an Introduction to English Municipal
HALL, G. S. (Editor). Methods of Teaching History (Notice), 84.
HARRIS, J. R. On the Syllogism, 130.
HOLST, (VON) H. Relation of History to Politics, 43; American Slavery.
HOSMER, J. K. Samuel Adams, the Man of the Town-Meeting, 129.
INGLE, E. Introduction to the Study of the Local Institutions of Virginia,
38;--The Virginia Parish, 60;-County Government in Virginia, 129.
LEVERMORE, C. H. The Beginnings of Connecticut, 78.
MACY, J. Civil Government in Iowa, 38.
MORRIS, G. S. The Philosophical Conception of Life, 12;-Philosophy and
Christianity (Notice), 15.
NEILL, E. D. The Records of the Virginia Company, etc., 2.
SCAIFE, W. B. Recent Discussion on the Study of Roman Law, 60.
SHAW, A. Icaria-A Fragment of Communistic History, 3;-Additional