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I. On the Application of the Kinetic Theory to Dense Gases. By S. H. BURBURY, F.R.S.
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II. The Kinematics of Machines. By T. A. HEARSON, M. Inst. C. E., Professor of Mechanism and Hydraulic Engineering, Royal Indian Engineering College, Coopers Hill. Communicated by Professor COTTERILL, F.R.S.
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III. Experiments on Fluid Viscosity. By A. MALLOCK. Communicated by Lord KELVIN, P.R.S.
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IV. Researches on the Electric Properties of Pure Substances. - No. I. The Electrical Properties of Pure Sulphur. By RICHARD THRELFALL, M. A., Professor of Physics in the University of Sydney, and, JOSEPH HENRY DRAPIER BREARLEY, Deas- Thomson Scholar in the University of Sydney. Communicated by Professor J. J. THOMSON, F.R.S.
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V. The Rubies of Burma and Associated Minerals: their Mode of Occurrence, Origin, and Metamorphoses. A Contribution to the History of Corundum. By C. BARRINGTON BROWN, Esq., Assoc. R.S.M., F.G.S., and Professor JOHN W. JUDD, C.B., LL.D., F.R.S., F.G.S.
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<p=16>VI. Alternate Current Dynamo-Electric Machines. By J. HOPKINSON, F.R.S., and E. WILSON
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VII. Mathematical Contributions to the Theory of Evolution. - III. Regression, Heredity, and Panmixia. By KARL PEARSON, University College, London. Communicated by Professor HENRICI, F.R.S.
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VIII. The Rotation of an Elastic Spheroid. By S. S. HOUGH, M.A., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Isaac Newton Student in the University of Cambridge. Communicated by Professor G. H. DARWIN, F.R.S.
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IX. On the Magnetical Results of the Voyage of H.M.S. "Penguin," 1890-93. By Captain E. W. CREAK, R.N., F.R.S.
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X. BAKERIAN LECTURE - On the Diffusion of Metals. By W.C. ROBERTS-AUSTEN, C.B., F.R.S., Professor of Metallurgy, Royal College of Science; Chemist of the Mint
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XI. On the Structure of Metals, its Origin and Changes. By M. F. OSMOND and Professor ROBERTS-AUSTEN, C.B., F.R.S.
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XII. On the Determination of the Photometric Intensity of the Coronal Light during the Solar Eclipse of April 16, 1893. By Captain W. DE W. ABNEY, C.B., R.E., F.R.S., and T. E. THORPE, LL.D., F.R.S.
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XIII. On a Type of Spherical Harmonies of Unrestricted Degree, Order, and Argument. By E. W. HOBSON, Sc. D., F.R.S.
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XIV. Magnetization of Liquids. By JOHN S. TOWNSEND, M.A. (Dubl.), Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge. Communicated by Professor J. J. THOMSON, F.R.S.
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XV. The Total Eclipse of the Sun, April 16, 1893. - Report and Discussion of the Observations relating to Solar Physics. By J. NORMAN LOCKYER, C.B., F.R.S.
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XVI. Memoir on the Theory of the Partition of Numbers. - Part I. By Major P.A. MACMAHON, R.A., F.R.S.
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<p=17>XVII. Problems in Electric Convection. By G. F. C. SEARLE, M.A., of Peterhouse, Cambridge, Demonstrator in Experimental Physics in the University of Cambridge. Communicated by Professor J. J. THOMSON, F.R.S.
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XVIII. The Hysteresis of Iron and Steel in a Rotating Magnetic Field. By FRANCIS GIBSON BAILY, M.A., Professor of Electrical Engineering, Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh. Communicated by Professor O. LODGE, F.R.S.
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