Nature, Volume 89

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Sir Norman Lockyer
Macmillan Journals Limited, 1912

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Page 186 - Volume XV. of The International Scientific Series. VYNER (Lady Mary). Every day a Portion. Adapted from the Bible and the Prayer Book, for the Private...
Page 350 - Institution of Civil Engineers. Institution of Electrical Engineers. Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Institution of Mining and Metallurgy.
Page 284 - An investigation of the Coals of Canada with reference to their Economic Qualities: as conducted at McGill University under the authority of the Dominion Government.
Page 171 - India shall have the same constitutional status in the comity of nations known as the British Empire, as the Dominion of Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia, the Dominion of New Zealand, the Union of South Africa and the Irish Free State...
Page 247 - AE A Manual of Marine Engineering. Comprising the Designing, Construction and Working of Marine Machinery.
Page 366 - Every species has come into existence coincident both in time and space with a pre-existing closely allied species" connects together and renders intelligible a vast number of independent and hitherto unexplained facts.
Page 134 - Wheat-growing in Canada, the United States, and the Argentine: including comparisons with other areas.
Page 349 - ... reminiscences, or information concerning others who might supply such information. THE University of Pittsburgh has conferred honorary doctorates upon Dr. William H. Nichols, retiring president of the American Chemical Society, and Dr. William A. Noyes, present president. SIR JAMES DEWAR has been elected a corresponding member of the French Academy of Sciences in the section of physics in succession to the late Professor P. Blaserna. THE National Research Council has appointed a committee on...
Page 165 - THE object of this book, as stated in the preface, is " to give illustrations of the South African fauna with special reference to the more familiar forms, for the benefit of students of nature study, as well as the agriculturalist.
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