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Mathematical Sciences Library
TABLE OF CONTENTS.*
Publications No. 13, January 1, 1891.
List of Members of the Society, January 1, 1891 . . .
List of Corresponding Observatories and Institutions.
Publications No. 14, January 14, 1891.
Observations and Drawings of Saturn, 1879-1889, by EDWARD S.
Drawings of Saturn, 1879-1889.
Index-Map of the Moon, [by Professor CHARLES A. YOUNG]..
The Observatory of Swarthmore College, by Miss Susan J. CUN-
An Account of an Experiment made to determine whether Gravita-
tion-force varies with Temperature, by A. E. Kennelly
Coronal Extension, by C. M. CHARROPPIN, S. J. .
The Kenwood Physical Observatory, by GEORGE E. HALE
The Law of the Solar Corona, by Professor FRANK H. BIGELOW..
Notices from the Lick Observatory
The International Astrophotographic Congress and a Visit to
Certain European Observatories, etc. [by Lieut. WINTER-
HALTER, U. S. N.] . . . .
Bright Meteor observed in Daylight, by C. F. MERRILL .
Astronomy and Numismatics..
THOLLON'S Map of the Solar Spectrum; notice by EDWARD S.
Addendum to LUDLAM'S Astronomical Observations (1769), by
EDWARD S. HOLDEN.
The Motion of the Solar System in Space [by Dr. OSCAR
STUMPE]; reviewed by EDWARD S. HOLDEN..
Solar Parallax from the Transit of Venus photographs of 1882
(results derived by Professor HARKNESS).
Spectrographic Observations of Spica at Potsdam (A. N. 2995);
notice by J. E. Keeler
Satellites of Mars, 1890, EDWARD S. HOLDEN and J. M.
Announcement of an English Translation of Dr. DzIOBEK'S
Treatise on the Mathematical Theories of Planetary Motion
(translation by Professor M. W. HARRINGTON); notice by
EDWARD S. HOLDEN
To the Binder: this should precede page 1, Volume III.