« PreviousContinue »
present Volume are Mrs. Agnes Ibbetson; J. D. Maycock, Esq.; Mr. G. J. Singer; Mr. E. Lydiatt; Mr. John Davy; W. Crane, Esq. F. R. M. S. Ed.; Mr. R. Lyall, M. R. P.S. E. &c.; R. L. Edgeworth, Esq. F. R. S. M. R. I. A.; L. 0. C.; T. A. Knight, Esq. F. R. S. &c.; Mr.J. Dalton; the Rev. J. Blanchard ; J. Clarke, M. 'D.; Mr. J. T. Price; Mr. St. Amand; T. Forster, Esq.; Mr. J. Murray; Marshall Hall, Esq.; W. Moore, Esq.; Mathematicus; Mr. B. Cook; W. N.; Zeno.
Of Foreign Works, Messrs. Gay-Lussac and Thenard; M. Regnier ; M. Van Meerten ; M. Stratingh; M. Cagniard Latour; M. de la Chabeaussiere;Mr.G.B. Sage; M. Bucholz;M.Daubuisson; M. Cordier; Dr. B. H. Tarry; M. C. Duméril; M. L. Cordier; M. Hassenfratz.
And of British Memoirs abridged or extracted, T. Thomson, M. D. F. R. S. E, &c.; the Rev. J. Bremner; T. A. Knight, Esq. F. R. S. &c.; H. Davy, Esq. LL. D. Sec. R. S. Prof. Chem. R. I. F. R. S. E.; Mr. E. Smith; Mr. J. Hutton, junr.; H. P. Lee, Esq.; the Rev. J. Hall; Mr. T. Balls; Mr. J. Baker; Mr. W. Jeffery ; Mr. J. Davis; Mr. W. Moult; Mr. B. Smith; Mr. J. Taylor; B. C. Brodie, Esq. F. R. S.
The Engravings consist of 1. Dissections of Plants, illustrating the Growth of the Bud, by Mrs. A. Ibbetson. 2. Crystals of AlJanite, by Dr. T. Thompson. 3. Instruments for measuring the Velocity of Rivers, by Mr. Regnier. 4. Method of covering a Roof with Flagstones, by R. L. Edgeworth, Esq. F. R. S.M.R.I. A. 5. A Ship's ordinary Boats converted into Lifeboats, by the Rev. J. Bremner. 6. A Barometer with an adjusting Scale, and 7. An Airpump for producing a perfect Vacuum, by a Correspondent. 8. Section of a Grapehouse, by T. A. Knight, Esq. F. R. L, and H. SS. 9. Figures to illustrate the Formation of the Leaves of Firs, and their Fructification, and the Motion of the Flower of the Barberry; delineated by Mrs. Agnes Ibbetson. 10. A Diagram illustrating the Radiation of Cold, by Marshall Hall, Esq. 11. Diagrams illustrative of the Motion of Rockets, by W. Moore, Esq. 12. A new Thrashing Machine, invented by H. P. Lee, Esq. 13. A Screw adjusting Plough, by Mr. Thomas Balls. 14. An improved Implement for extirpating Docks and Thistles, by Mr. J. Baker. 15. A pair of expanding Harrows, by Mr. Wm. Jeffery. 16. Mr. J. Davis's Fire-escape. 17. Mr. W. Moult's Filtering Apparatus. 18. Mr. B. Smith's Method of Relieving a Horse, that has fallen in the Shafts of a loaded Cart. 19. Mr. J. Taylor's Extractor of foul Air from Mines, &c.
Engravings of the following Subjects: 1. Dissections of Plants, illustrating the
Growth of the Bud, by Mrs. A. Ibbetson. 2. Crystals of Allanite, by Dr.
T. Thompson. 3. Instruments for measuring the Velocity of Rivers, by Mr.
1. On the Interior of Plants. Letter II. By Mrs. Agnes Ibbetson
II. Observations on the Hypothesis, which refers chemical Affinity to the elec-
trical Energies of the Particles of Matter. By J. D. Maycock, Esq. Com-
III. Observations on the igniting, or Wire-melting Power of the Voltaic Bat-
tery, as proportioned to the Number of Plates employed; with an Account
of some Experiments on this Subject, made in Conjunction with Mr. John
Cu·'bertson; by Mr. John Singer, Lecturer on Chemistry and Natural Phi-
losophy. Cominunicated by Mr. Singer
IV. On the different Forces with which Tubes, Bars, and Cylinders adhere to
a Magnet. In a Letter from Mr. E. Lydiatt
V. An Answer to Mr. Murray's Observations on the Nature of Potassium and
VI. On the Nature of Oximuriatic Gas, in reply to Mr. Murray. By Mr.
VII. An Attempt to answer the queries proposed by F. D. in the Journal for
April last: by William Crane, Esq. F. R. M. S. Édinburgh
VIII. Experiments on Allanite, a new Mineral from Greenland; by Thomas
Thomson, M. D. F. R. S. E. Fellow of the Imperial Chirurgo-Medical
IX. Observations on Three Papers of Mr. Davy. By Messrs. Gay-Lussac and
X. Observations respecting the Sensible Perspiration of the Dictamnus Albus,
or Fraxinella: by Mr. Robert Lyall, Surgeon, M. R. P. S. E., &c. com-
XI. Description and Use of a Rheumameter, to estimate and compare the Ve
locity of the Current of Rivers: by Mr. Regnier, Conservator of the central
Engravings of the following Subjects: 1. Method of covering a Roof
Flagstones, by R. L. Edgeworth, Esq. F. R. S. M. R. 1. A. _ 2. A
ordinary Boats converted unto Lifeboats, by the Rev. J. Bremner. j. A
Barometer with an adjusting Scale, and 4. An Airpump for producing a
perfect Vacuum, by a Correspondent. ,5. Sections of a Grapehouse, by
T. A. Knight, Esq. F. R. L. and H. SS.
1. Description of a Method of Roofing Buildings securely with Flagstones. By
Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq. F. R. S. M. R. I. A.
II. Method of making any Ship’s Boats a Lifeboat, to preserve the Lives of the
Crew in imminent danger; by the Rev. James Bremner, Minister of Walls
DI. On the Scale of the Barometer, and the Construction of an Airpuinp for
procuring a perfect Vacuum. In a Letter from a Correspondent
IV. A Description of a Forcing House for Grapes; with Observations on the
best Method of constructing them for other Fruits. By T. A. Knight, Esq.
V. On some of the Combinations of Oximuriatic Gas and Oxigen, and on the
Chemical Relations of these Principles to Inflanımable Bodies. By
phrey Davy, Esq. J.L. D. Sec. R. S. Prof. Chem. R. I. F. R. S. E. 112
VI. Farther Account of a Mule Animal between the Male Ass and Female Ze.
bra. In a Letter from Thomas Andrew Knight, Esq. F. R. S. &c. 127
VII. Remarks on Potassium, Sodium, &c.; in Reply to the Communications
VIII. Table of the Rain that fell in various Places in the Year 1810, by the
Rev. J. Blanchard, of Nottingham; with a Meteorological Table for the
same Year, by Dr. Clarke, of that Town
IX. On the Use of Iron Pipes for conveying Water, and Mode of securing
their Joints. In a Letter from Mr. Joseph T. Price
X. On the Invention of the Economical Process for Evaporation ascribed to
Montgolfier. In a Letter from Mr. St. Amand
XI. On the Combustion of Ether, and of Metals, in Oximuriatic Gas: by Mr.
Van Meerten, anu Mr. Stratingh
XII. Observations in Illustration of Mr. Howard's Theory of Rain. In a.
Letter from Thomas Forster, Esq.
XIII. Observations on Dr. Bostock's Review of the Atomic Principles of Che-