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J. LEICESTER, PRINTER, MANCHESTER,
Aerolite, an Account of an, which fell at Chateau Benard, 221.
Akin Arthur, Esq., on Bone, and its uses in the Arts, 481.
Alkaline Peroxydes, on the action of on Metallic Bodies, 310.
Ammonia, on the Decomposition of, 145.
Ampere M., on the Magnetic State of Bodies, 304.
Antartic Expedition, 295.
Arago M., on Photography, 433.
Arsenic, on the Detection of in Animal Bodies, 65.
Avaquin M., on the Formation of Cal, 131.
Biot M., on the Influence of the Lamellated State of Bodies, in
Polarization and Double Refraction, 199. -- on Physical Optics, 313. Bayard M., on the Priority of forming Photographic Images, 367. Bonsinghalt M., on the Gelatine of Sugar, 120. British Association, 386. Booth Professor J. C., on Indigo, 440. Bone, its Uses in the Arts, 481. Berzelius Professor J., on the Magnetic State of Bodies, 300. Brown Dr. Samuel, on the Production of Silex, 164.
Capillarity, on the Indication of, 417.
Chlorides of Ammonia, 452.
Cramer Professor, on Magnetic Attractions and Repulsions, 460.
Caldecot M., his Meteorological Observations, 507.
Cyanogen, on the Formation of, direct from its Elements, 388.
Cal, on the Formation of in Sugar Boilers, 131.
Coal, on the Combustion of, 150, 216.
Davy Sir Humphrey, Bart., his Bakerian Lecture on Electrical and
Chemical Changes, 174.
Delavaux M., on an Aerolite, 221.
Dutrochet M., on the Variation of the Compass, 369.
Daniell Professor J. F., F.R.S., on Voltaic Combinations, 1.
Daillot M., on the Level of Water in Steam Boilers, 428.
De la Rue Mr. W., on Voltaic Batteries, 434, 437.
De la Rive Professor, on Gilding, 507.
Daguerre M., on Photography, 399.
Dircks Henry, Esq., on an Electric Storm at Liverpool, 400.
Daubeny Professor, on Manures, 387.
Dana Dr. Samuel L., on Indigo, 389.
Electrical Curiosities, 377.
- Storms, 239, 242, 245, 247, 248, 400.
- Machine, a double acting one, 81, 212.
- and Chemical Changes, 174.
Electro-magnetic Coil Machine, 211, 322.
Electrometer, Henley's, 333.
Electricity of the Clouds, 370.
Electricity, Elementary Lectures on, 84, 169, 254.
Electricity and Magnetism, on, 21.
Eaton Richard, Esq., on a double acting Electric Machine, 81.
Electro-Chemistry, Researches in, 470.
Editorial Notices, 588.
- Radiation, 394.
Etna, H.M.S., shaken by a Thunder Storm at Liverpool, 401.
Electricity, Atmospheric, 239, 242.
Formic Ether, on the Formation of, 223.
Franklin Dr. Benjamin, 333.
Forbes Professor, on Heat, 257.
Fizeau M., on Photography, 224, 433.
Faraday Dr., F.R.S., on Lightning, 228.
Fownes Mr. G., on the Formation of Cyanogen, 388.
Fremy Mr. Edward, on Alkaline Peroxydes, 310.
Gilding and Silvering, 377, 507.
Grove W. R., Esq., on Electro-Nigurets, 251.
Gassiot G. P., Esq., F.R.S., on an Electro-Gasometer. 391.
Galvanic Battery, Blasting Rocks by the use of, 463.
Galvanoplastik, 323, 337, 491.
Gas, on the Purification of, 499.
Galvanism, Wonderful Effects of, 165.
Gelatine of Sugar, Composition of the, 120.
Goodman J., Esq., M.R.C.S., on a Cylindrical Electrical Machine
with two Rubbers, 212.
Hare Dr., on Blasting Rocks under Water, 463.
-- his Second Letter to Dr. Faraday, 351.
Hurst R., Esq., on Photography, 386.
Heat, Researches on, 257.
Henley W., on Electro-magnetic Machines, 322.
Hervy M. Osmin, on the Sugar Cane, 55, 118.
Hydrated Sulphuric Acid, Compounds of, 135.
Henry Dr. Joseph, on Electricity and Magnetism, 21.
Henley W., his Electrometer, 333.
Hermit M. Le, on Capillarity, 417.
Jacobi Dr., on Galvanoplastik, 337, 323, 491.
Iodine, as a Reagent, 78.
— on the Presence of in the Liver of Codfish, 312.
- on the Action of on Chlorate of Potash, 315.
Indigo, on the Quantity of in that of Commerce, 389.
Iodizing Metallic Plates, 237.
Jacobi Dr., on Voltaic Batteries, 394.
Indigo, Researches on, 440.
Klaproth M. J., on the Mariner's Compass, 344.
Lectures on Electricity, &c., 329, 402, 502.
Liverpool Mechanics’ Institution, 336.
Lightning Conductors, on, 82.
Loomis, Professor Elias, on the Magnetic Dip, 156.
Liebig, Professor, on Lichens, 390.
London Electrical Society, Proceedings of, 390.
Lightning, on the appearance of, 226, 228.
- struck the Spires of St. Michael and St. Martin's
Churches, Liverpool, 401, 407, 499.
Melloni, M.M., on the Absorbing powers of Metallic Plates, 429.
Mackrell, George, Esq., on Voltaic Experiments, 392.
Mohr, Dr. F., on the Formation of the Sulphate of Magnesia, 225.
Magnetism Terrestrial, on, 252.
Matteucci, M., on Secondary Electric Currents, 374.
Meteorological Observations, 507.
Moleyns, M. F. de, on Electric Forces, 387.
Manures, as Stimulants to Vegetation, 387.
Metallic Gratings, 273.
Millon, M. E., on the Action of Iodine, 315.
Magnetic Dip, on the, in the United States, 156.