La table des matières est en cours de préparation.
Ouvrir la division CONTENTS. VOL. XV. Fermer la division CONTENTS. VOL. XV.
On the Colouring and Extractive Matters of Urine. - Part I. By Edward Schunck, F.R.S. 1
Sixth Memoir on Radiation and Absorption. By Professor J. Tyndall, F.R.S. 5
On the Spectrum of Comet 1, 1866. By William Huggins, F.R.S. 5
Note on the Secular Change of Magnetic Dip, as recorded at the Kew Observatory. By Balfour Stewart, M.A., LL. D, F.R.S., Superintendent of the Observatory 8
On the Specific Gravity of Mercury. By Balfour Stewart, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S., Superintendent of the Kew Observatory 10
On the Forms of Graphitoidal Silicon and Graphitoidal Boron. By W. H. Miller, M.A., For. Sec. R.S., and Professor of Mineralogy in the University of Cambridge 11
On the Viscosity or Internal Friction of Air and other Gases, being the Bakerian Lecture, delivered by James Clerk Maxwell, M.A., F.R.S 14
Further Observations on the Spectra of some of the Nebulae, with a Mode of determining the Brightness of theses Bodies. By William Huggins, F.R.S. 17
Account of Experiments on the Flexural and Torsional Rigidity of a Glass Rod, leading to the determination of the Rigidity of Glass. By Joseph D. Everett, D.C.L., Assistant to the Professor of Mathematics in the University of Glasgow 19
Note on the relative Chemical Intensities of direct Sunlight and diffuse Daylight at Different Altitudes of the Sun. By Henry E. Roscoe, F.R.S., and Joseph Baxendell, F.R.A.S. 20
Researches on Acids of the Lactic Series. - No. I. Synthesis of Acids of the Lactic Series. By E. Frankland, F.R.S., and B. F. Duppa, Esq. 25
Note on a Correspondence between Her Majesty's Governement and the President and Council of the Royal Society'regarding Meteorological Observations to be made by Sea and Land. By Lieutenant-General Sabine, P.R.S. 29
On the Action of Compasses in Iron Ships. By Mr. John Lilley 38
On the Tidal Currents on the West Coast of Scottland. By Archibald Smith, M.A., F.R.S. 42
On a possible Geological Cause of Changes in the Position of the Axis of the Earth's Crust. By John Evans, F.R.S., Sec. G.S. 46
On the Action of Trichloride of Phosphorus on the Salts of the Aromatic Monamines. By A. W. Hofmann, LL.D., F.R.S., &c 55
Notice of a Zone of Spots on the Sun. By John Phillips, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S., Professor of Geology in the University of Oxford 63
On Uniform Rotation. By C. W. Siemens, F.R.S. 71
On a Fluorescent Substance, resembling Quinine, in Animals ; and on the Rate of Passage of Quinine into the Vascular and Non vascular Textures of the Body. By H. Bence Jones, M.D., F.R.S., and A. Dupré, Ph. D., F.C.S. 73
Account of the Discovery of the Body of a Mammoth, in Arctic Siberia, in a Letter from Dr. Carl Ernst von Baer, of St. Petersburgh, For. Mem. H. S. 93
On the Bursa Fabricii. By John Davy, M.D., F.R.S., &c. 94
Researches on Gun-cotton. - Memoir I, Manufacture and Composition of Gun-cotton. - By F. A. Abel, F.R.S., V.P.C.S. 102
On the Dentition of Rhinoceros leptorhinus (Owen). By W. Boyd Dawkins, M.A. Oxon., F.G.S. 106
Experimental Researches in Magnetism and Electricity. - Part I. By H. Wilde, Esq. 107
Extract of a Letter from Charles Chambers, Esq., Acting Superintendent of the Bombay Magnetic Observatory, to the President 111
On the Tides of the Arctic Seas. - Part III. On the Semidiurnal Tides of Frederiksdal, near Cape Farewell, in Greenland. By the Rev. S. Haughton, F.R.S. 114
On the Mysteries of Numbers alluded to by Fermat. By the Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Pollock, Lord Chief Baron, F.R.S., &c 115
Report on the Levelling from the Mediterranean to the Dead Sea. By Colonel Sir Henry James, R.E., F.R.S. 128
Note on the Amyl-compounds derived from Petroleum. By C. Schorlemmer 131
On a New Series of Hydrocarbons derived from Coal-tar. By C. Schorlemmer 132
The Calculus of Chemical Operations ; being a Method for the Investigation, by means of Symbols, of the Laws of the Distribution of Weight in Chemical Change. Part I. - On the Construction of Chemical Symbols. By Sir B. C. Brodie, Bart., F.R.S., Professor of Chemistry in the University of Oxford 136
On the Motion of a Rigid Body moving freely about a Fixed Point. By J. J. Sylvester, LL.D., F.R.S. 139
On Appold's Apparatus for regulating Temperature and keeping the Air in a Building at any desired degree of Moisture. By J. P. Gassiot, V.P.R.S. 144
On the Spectrum of a New Star in Corona Borealis. By William Huggins, F.R.S., and W. A. Miller, M.D., V.-P. and Treas. R.S. 146
Condensation of Determinants, being a new and brief Method for computing their arithmetical values. By the Rev. C. L. Dodgson, M.A., Student of Christ Church, Oxford 150
An Account of Experiments in some of which Electroscopic Indications of Animal Electricity were detected for the first time by a new method of experimenting. By Charles Bland Radcliffe, M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in London, Physician to the Westminster Hospital and to the National Hospital for Paralysis and Epilepsy, &c. 156
On the Dynamical Theory of Gases. By J. Clerk Maxwel, F.R.S. L. & E. 167
On the Means of increasing the Quantity of Electricity given by Induction-Machines. By the Rev., T. Romney Robinson, D.D., F.R.S. 171
On the Stability of Domes. By E. Wyndham Tarn, M.A. 182
On the Anatomy of the Fovea centralis of the Human Retina. By J. W. Hulke, F.R.C.S., Assistant Surgeon to the Middlosex and Royal London Ophthalmic Hospitals 189
Second Memoir on « Plane Stigmatics. » By Alexander J. Ellis, F.R.S., F.C.P.S. 192
Fundamental Views regarding Mechanics. By Professor Julius Plücker, of Bonn, For. Mem. R.S. 204
Contributions to Terrestrial Magnetism. - No. X. By Lieut.-General Edward Sabine, R.A., President of the Royal Society 209
On the Relation of Rosaniline to Rosolic Acid. By H. Caro and J. Alfred Wanklyn, Professor of Chemistry at the London Institution 210
On the Chemical and Mineralogical Composition of the Dhurmsalla Meteorie Stone. By the Rev. Samuel Haughton, M.D., F.R.S., Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin 214
On the Preparation of Ethylamine. By J. Alfred Wanklyn and Ernest T. Chapman 218
On the Expansion by Heat of Metals and Alloys. By A. Matthiessen, F.R.S. 220
On the Colouring and Extractive Matters of the Urine. - Part II. By Edward Schunck, F.R.S. 222
On the Absorption and Dialytic Separation of Gases by Colloid Septa. - Part I. Action of a Septum of Caoutchouc. - Part II. Action of Metallic Septa at a Red Heat. By Thomas Graham, F.R.S., Master of the Mint 223
Notes on the Rearing of Toenia echinococcus in the Dog, from Hydatids, with some Observations on the Anatomy of the adult Worm. By Edward Nettleship, Mem. Roy. Agric. Coll. 224
Observations on the Ovum of Osseous Fishes. By W. H. Ransom, M. D. 226
Variations in Human Myology observed during the Winter Session of 1865-66 at King's College, London. By John Wood, F.R.C.S. 229
On the Muscular Arrangements of the Bladder and Prostate, and the manner in which the Ureters and Urethra are closed. By J. B. Pettigrew, M.D. Edin 244
Results of the Magnetic Observations at the Kew Observatory. - No. III. Lunar Diurnal Variation of the three Magnetic Elements. By Lieut-General Sabine, P.R.S. 249
On the Congelation of Animals. By John Davy, M.D., F.R.S., &c. 250
Letter to the President from Lieut.-Colonel Walker, R.E., F.R.S., Superintendent of the Trigonometrical Survey of India 254
Spetroscopic Observations of the Sun. By J. Norman Lockyer, F.R.A.S. 256
On a Crystalline Fatty Acid from Human Urine. By E. Schunck, F.R.S. 258
On Oxalurato of Ammonia as a Constituent of Human Urine. By E. Schunck, F.R.S. 259
On the Structure of the Optic Lobes of the Cuttle-Fish. By J. Lockhart Clarke, F.R.S. 260
On the Laws of Connexion between the conditions of a Chemical Change and its Amount. - No. II. On the Reaction of Hydric Peroxide and Hydric Iodide. By A. Vernon Harcourt, M.A., and W. Esson, M.A. 262
On the Stability of Domes. - Part II. By E. W. Wyndham Tarn, M.A., Mem. Roy. Inst. Brit. Architects 266
A Supplementary Memoir on Caustics. By A. Cayley, F.R.S. 268
Ouvrir la division Anniversary Meeting : Fermer la division Anniversary Meeting :
Report of Auditors 268
List of Fellows deceased, &c 269
List of Fellows elected since last Anniversary 270
Address of the President 270
Presentation of the Medals 278
Election of Council and Officers 285
Financial Statement 286 & 287
Changes and present state of the number of Fellows 288
Discussion of Tide Observations at Bristol. By T. G. Bunt, Esq 289
On the Heating of a Disk by rapid Rotation in vacuo . By Balfour Stewart, M.A., F.R.S., and P. G. Tait, M.A. 290
On the Bones of Birds at different Periods of their Growth. By John Davy, M.D., F.R.S., &c 299
On Poisson's Solution of the Accurate Equations applicable to the Transmission of Sound through a Cylindrical Tube ; and on the General Solution of Partial Differential Equations. By R. Moon, M.A., late Fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge 306
Abstract of the Results of the Comparisons of the Standards of Length of England, France, Belgium, Prussia, Russia, India, Australia, made at the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton. By Capt. A. R. Clarke, R.E., F.R.S., &c., under the Direction of Colonel Sir Henry James, R.E., F.R.S., &c., Director of the Ordnance Survey 311
On the Formation of « Cells » in Animal Bodies. By E. Montgomery, M.D. 314
Preliminary. Notice of Results of Pendulum Experiments made in India. By Lieut.-Col. Walker, F.R.S. 318
On the Appendicular Skeleton of the Primates. By St. George Mivart, F.Z.S. 320
Actinometrical Observations among the Alps, with the Description of a New Actinometer. By the Rev. George C. Hodgkinson 321
An Eighth Memoir on Quantics. By Professor Cayley, F.R.S. 330
On a New Method of Calculating the Statical Stability of a Ship. By C. W. Merrifield, F.R.S., Principal of the Royal School of Naval Architecture 332
Transformation of the Aromatic Monamines into Acids richer in Carbon. By Augustus W. Hofmann, LL.D., F.R.S., &c. 335
On the Elimination of Nitrogen by the Kidneys and Intestines during Rest and Exercise, on a Diet without Nitrogen. By E. A. Parkes, M.D., F.R.S. 339
Account of Experiments on Torsion and Flexure for the Determination of Rigidities. By J. D. Everett, D.C.L. 356
On the Relation of Insolation to Atmospherie Humidity. By J. Park Harrison, M.A. 356
On the Conversion of Dynamical into Electrical Force without the aid of Permanent Magnetism. By C. W. Siemens, F.R.S 367
On the Augmentation of the Power of a Magnet by the reaction thereon of Currents induced by the Maghet itself. By Charles Wheatstone, F.R.S. 369
A brief Account of the' Thesaurus Siluricus, with a few facts and inferences. By J. J. Bigsby, M.D. 372
On a Transit-Instrument and a Zenith Sector, to be used on the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India for the determination, respectively, of Longitude and Latitude. By Lieut.-Colonel A. Strange, F.R.S. 385
On the Orders and Genera of Ternary Quadratic Forms. By Henry J. Stephen Smith, M.A., F.R.S. 387
On the Influence exerted by the Movements of Respiration on the Circulation of the Blood. Being the Croonian Lecture for 1867, delivered by Dr. J. Burdon Sanderson 391
Note on Mr. Merrifield's New Method of calculating the Statical Stability of a Ship. By W. J . Macquorn Rankine, C.E., LL.D., F.R.S. 396
On the Theory of the Maintenance of Electric Currents by Mechanical Work without the Use of Permanent Magnets. By J. Clerk Maxwell, F.R.S. 397
On certain Points in the Theory of the Magneto-electric Machines of Wilde, Wheatstone, and Siemens. By C. F. Varley. In a Letter to Professor Stokes, Sec. R.S. 403
On a Magneto-electric Machine. By William Ladd, F.R.M.S. 404
Computation of the Lengths of the Waves of Light corresponding to the Lines in the Dispersion-Spectrum measured by Kirchhoff. By George Biddell Airy, F.R.S., Astronomer Royal 405
On a remarkable Alteration of Appearance and Structure of the Human Hair. By Erasmus Wilson, F.R.S. 406
Remarks on the Nature of Electric Energy, and on the Means by which it is transmitted. By Charles Brooke, M.A., F.R.S., P.M.S., &c 108
A Comparison between some of the simultaneous Records of the Barographs at Oxford and at Kew. By Balfour Stewart, LL.D., F.R.S., Superintendent of the Kew Observatory 413
On the Lunar-diurnal Variation of the Magnetic Declination, with special regard to the Moon's Declination. By Dr. G. Neumayer 414
The Bakerian Lecture. Researches on Gun-cotton. - Second, Memoir. On the Stability of Gun-cotton. By F. A. Abel, F.R.S., V.P.C.S. 417
Observations of Temperature during two Eclipses of the Sun (in 1858 and 1867). By John Phillips, M.A., LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S., Professor of Geology in the University of Oxford 421
A new fact relating to Binocular Vision. By A. Claudet, F.R.S. 424
On the Calculation of the Numerical Value of Euler's Constant which Professor Price, of Oxford, calls E. By William Shanks, Esq., Houghtonle-Spring, Durham 429
On a Definite Method of Qualitative Analysis of Animal and Vegetable Colouring-matters by means of the Spectrum-Microscope. By H. C. Sorby, F.R.S., &c 433
Optics of Photography. - On a Self-acting Focus-Equalizer, or the means of producing the Differential Movement of the two Lenses of a Photographic Optical Combination, which is capable, during the exposure, of bringing consecutively all the Planes of a Solid Figure into Focus, without altering the size of the various images superposed. By A. Claudet, F.R.S. 456
On the Genera Heterophyllia, Battersbyia, Palaocyclus, and Asterosmilia ; the Anatomy of their Species, and their Position in the Classification of the Sclerodermic Zoantharia. By Dr. P. M. Duncan, Sec. G. S. 460
Contribution to the Anatomy of Hatteria (Rhynchocephalus, Owen). By Albert Günther, M.A., Ph.D., M.D. 460
On the Curves which satisfy given conditions ; By Prof. Cayley, F.R.S. 462
Second Memoir on the Curves which satisfy given conditions ; the Principle of Correspondence. By Professor Cayley, F.R.S. 463
On the Development and Succession of the Teeth in the Marsupialia. By William Henry Flower, F.R.S., F.R.C.S., &c.,Conservator of the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 464
On a Property of Curves which fulfil the condition Formule(s) non reproduite(s) . By W. J. Macquorn Rankine, C.E., LL.D., F.R.SS. L. & E. 468
A Tabular Form of Analysis, to aid in tracing the Possible Influence of Past and Present upon future states of Weather. By S. Elliott Hoskins, F.R.S., &c. 470
Monthly Magnetic Determinations, from June to November 1866 inclusive, made at the Observatory at Coimbra, by Professor J. A. de Souza, Director of the Observatory. With a Note by the President 474
On the Internal Distribution of Matter which shall produce a given Potential at the Surface of a Gravitating Mass. By G. G. Stokes, M.A., Sec. R.S. 482
On the Integrability of certain Partial Differential Equations proposed by Mr. Airy. By R. Moon, M.A., late Fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge 486
On the Lunar Atmopheric Tide at Melbourne. By Dr. G. Neumayer 489
On the Occlusion of Hydrogen Gas by Meteoric Iron. By Thomas Graham, F.R.S. 502
Further Observations on the Structure and Affinities of Eozoon Canadense. In a Letter to the President. By William B. Carpenter, M.D., F.R.S., F.L.S., F.G.S. 503
On the Intimate Structure of the Brain. - Second Series. By J. Lockhart Clarke, F.R.S. 509
On Pyrophosphoric Acid with the Pyro- and Tetra-phosphoric Amides. By J. H. Gladstone, Ph.D., F.R.S. 510
Ovibos moschatus (Blainville). By W. Boyd Dawknis, M.A., F.G.S. 516
Variations in Human Myology observed during the Winter Session of 1866-67 at King's College, London. By John Wood, F.R.C.S., Demonstrator of Anatomy 518
Ouvrir la division Obituary Notices of Deceased Fellows : Fermer la division Obituary Notices of Deceased Fellows :
John George Appold i
George Boole vi
Samuel Hunter Christie xi
Hugh Falconer xiv
Vice-Admiral Robert FitzRoy xxi
Benjamin Gompertz xxiii
Sir Benjamin Heywood xxiv
Sir William Jackson Hooker xxv
John Lindley xxx
Sir John William Lubbock, Bart xxxii
Sir John Richardson xxxvii
Admiral William Henry Smyth xliii
Johann Franz Encke xliv
Adolf Theodor von Kupffer xlvi