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WOODWARD (Thomas): An Account of a new Plant of the Order of Fungi..., communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, £60.00


ROWNTREE (BENJAMIN SEEBOHM, 1871-1954): A COLLECTION OF 54 antiquarian books £5000.00

PARLIAMENT: IRREMOVEABLE POOR: Report from the Select Committee on Irremovable Poor, together with the Proceedings of the Committee, Appendix and Index, £150.00

GOLDING (Henry A.): Horse Power Computer for Steam, Gas & Oil Engines, £22.00

COMPUTER MACHINE: Horse Power Computer for Steam, Gas & Oil Engines by Henry A.GOLDING £22.00

BABBAGE (CHARLES) and computer pioneers: BABBAGE & COMPUTER PIONEERS; a collection of rare early books by Charles Babbage with some further early books on computers, £12500.00

PARLIAMENT: REGISTRAR-GENERAL OF BIRTHS, DEATHS &c: First [and Second] Annual Report of the Registrar-General of Births, £90.00


WEYLAND (John): The principles of population and production, as they are affected by the progress of society; with a view to moral and political consequences, £1950.00

MORGAN (William); PRICE (Richard): The Doctrine of Annuities and Assurances on Lives and Survivorships, stated and explained. By William Morgan, Actuary to the Society for Equitable Assurances on Lives and Survivorships, £650.00

LONDON: COMPUTATION OF THE INCREASE OF LONDON and Parts Adjacent; with some Causes thereof, and Remarks thereon: Particularly, with Respect to the Influence such Increase of the Capital may have on the Body of the Nation, its Constitution and Liberties. £650.00

JARROLD (Dr. Thomas) MALTHUS: Dissertations on man, philosophical, physiological, and political; in answer to Mr. Malthus's "Essay on the Principle of Population." £1500.00

HOWLETT (John): An examination of Dr. Price's essay on the population of England and Wales; and the doctrine of an increased population in this kingdom, established by facts. By the Rev. John Howlett, A.B. £1500.00

CLELAND (James): Enumeration of the inhabitants of the city of Glasgow and the county of Lanark, for the government census of 1831; with population and statistical tables relative to Scotland and England. £550.00

MARSHALL (Alfred); BOOTH (Charles, witnesses, with others): Report of the Committee appointed by the Treasury to inquire into certain questions connected with the taking of The Census, £100.00

MALTHUS (T. R.): An Essay on the Principle of Population; or, A View of its Past and Present Effects on Human Happiness; with an Inquiry into our Prospects Respecting the Future Removal or Mitigation of the Evils which it Contains, a new [i.e. second] edition, £2500.00

MALTHUS (T. R.): An Essay on the Principle of Population; or, A View of its Past and Present Effects on Human Happiness; £750.00


KEYNES (John Maynard, with others) [BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS]: Royal Commission on Indian Finance and Currency, 1914, Final Report of the Commissioners, £350.00

GRAUNT (John): Natural and Political Observations Mentioned in a Following Index, £2200.00

CHESHIRE (Edward): The Results of the Census of Great Britain in 1851. With a Description of the Machinery and Processes Employed to Obtain the Returns. Also an Appendix of Tables of Reference.., £50.00

VOLTA (Alessandro): On the Electricity Excited by the Mere Contact of Conducting Substances of Different Kinds. £2850.00

TYNDALL (John): The complete suite of Tyndall's 19 papers contributed to The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, including: On the Absorption and Radiation of Heat by Gases and Vapours, £3650.00

TRUSLER (John); BEWICK (John): Proverbs Exemplified, and Illustrated By Pictures from Real Life. Teaching Morality and a Knowledge of the World with Prints. £950.00

THOMSON (William, 1st Baron KELVIN); JOULE (J. P.): The complete suite of Kelvin's 10 papers extracted from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: including "Mathematical Theory of Magnetism" and; "On the Thermal Effects of Fluids in Motion." £850.00

OWEN (Richard): On the Fossil Mammals of Australia; being the complete suite of 10 papers extracted from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. £1500.00

JEVONS (William Stanley): On the Mechanical Performance of Logical Inference, £550.00

HUME (David): Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects. A New Edition [i.e. the First Quarto Edition]. £1200.00

CROOKES (William): The complete suite of Crooke's 12 papers extracted from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: including his six papers "On Repulsion Resulting from Radiation" £2200.00

BOOLE (George): The complete suite of Boole's 6 papers contributed to The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, including: On the Theory of Probabilities, £1800.00

BARRY (Martin): The complete suite of Barry's nine papers contributed to The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, including: Researches in Embryology, and; On the Corpuscles of the Blood. £1200.00

SOUTER (Ralph William) [MARSHALL, Alfred]: Prolegomena to Relativity Economics, An Elementary Study in the Mechanics and Organics of an Expanding Economic Universe, £30.00

PIGOU (A. C.); MARSHALL (Alfred): Alfred Marshall and Current Thought, £40.00

MARSHALL (Alfred); KEYNES (J. M. editor, preface): Official Papers, £180.00

MARSHALL (Alfred); GROENEWEGEN (Peter, editor): Official Papers of Alfred Marshall, A Supplement, £45.00

MARSHALL (Alfred) edited by Tiziano Raffaelli, Eugenio Biagini and Rita McWilliams Tullberg,: Alfred Marshall's Lectures to Women. Some Economic Questions Directly Connected to the Welfare of the Labourer, £40.00

MARSHALL (Alfred): The Early Economic Writings of Alfred Marshall, 1867-1890. £70.00

MARSHALL (Alfred): Principles of Economics, vol. I [all published], £3950.00

MARSHALL (Alfred): Money, Credit & Commerce, £125.00

MARSHALL (Alfred): Industry and Trade, A Study of Industrial Technique and Business Organization; and of their Influence on the Conditions of Various Classes and Nations, £320.00

MARSHALL (Alfred): Die zollpolitische Regelung des Außenhandels. Eine Denkschrift, Herausgegeben von Eduard Rosenbaum. £80.00

WRIGHT (John, M.D.): An Essay on Wines, especially Port Wine; Intended to Instruct Every Person to Distinguish That Which is Pure, and to Guard Against the Frauds of Adultery. £750.00

WARDER (Joseph): THE TRUE AMAZONS : Or, the Monarchy of BEES. Being a new Discovery and Improvement of those Wonderful Creatures..., Also, How to make the English Wine or Mead, equal, if not superior, to the best of other Wines. £400.00

WALTON (Izaak): The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert. £450.00

WALKER (John, Dr., 1731-1803): Institutes of Natural History: containing the heads of the lectures in Natural History, delivered by Dr. Walker, in the University of Edinburgh. £120.00

THORBURN (Archibald): British Birds, £75.00

Thackeray or Dickens, George Cruikshank (illustrator).: The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman. £25.00

TAYLOR (John W.): Monograph of the Land and Freshwater Mollusca of the British Isles, £200.00

SLADEN (F. W. L.): The Humble-bee: Its Life History and How to Domesticate it With Descriptions of all the British Species of Bombus & Psithyrus; including the Humble-Bee, 1892, £40.00

NEALE (William Johnson): History of the Mutiny at Spithead and the Nore; with an Enquiry into its Origin and Treatment and Suggestions for the Prevention of Future Discontent in the Royal Navy, £250.00

GUNNING (Henry): Reminiscences of the University, Town, and County of Cambridge, from the Year 1780. £45.00

GRANT (Peter R.); DARWIN: Ecology and Evolution of Darwin's Finches, £22.00

GOLDSMITH (Oliver); BEWICK (illustrator): An Abridgement of the History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Death of George the Second, and continued, by an eminent writer, to the end of the year 1823, £25.00

DUNS (J.); SIMPSON (Sir James Y.); DALLAS (E. W. photographer): Memoir of Sir James Y. Simpson, Bart., £145.00

DOME, THE: THE DOME. An illustrated magazine and review of literature, music, architecture, and the graphic arts. Volume seven of the new series (May-July 1900). £20.00

DICKENS (Charles): The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain, A Fancy for Christmas-Time, £40.00

DICKENS (Charles): The Cricket on the Hearth. A Fairy Tale of Home, £50.00

DICKENS (Charles): The Battle of Life. A Love Story, £20.00

COWPER (Maria Frances Cecilia Maddan, 1726-1797): Original Poems, on Various Occasions. By A Lady. Revised by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. £185.00

COLLINS (William); Dr Samuel Johnson: THE POETICAL WORKS OF WILLIAM COLLINS, enriched with elegant engravings, to which is prefixed a life of the author, by Dr. Johnson. £45.00

COBBETT (William): A Grammar of the English Language in a Series of Letters. Intended for the use of schools and of young persons in general; but more especially for the use of soldiers, sailors, apprentices and plough-boys. £25.00

BINDING: COWPER (William): Poems by William Cowper.., with a Life of the Author by Rev. T. Greatheed, £25.00

BEARDSLEY, Aubrey (illustr.), & SYMONS, Arthur (ed): The Savoy, An Illustrated Monthly, £380.00

BEARDSLEY (Aubrey) - with others: The Yellow Book. An Illustrated Quarterley, Volumes I, 2, 3 and 4, £480.00

BANNERMAN (D. A. & M); [D.M. REID-HENRY and others, illustrator].: Birds of the Atlantic Islands, £150.00

ARMSTRONG (John): The Art of Preserving Health: A Poem. £120.00

ARBER (Agnes): Herbals: Their Origin and Evolution, A Chapter in the History of Botany, 1470-1670. WITH THREE LETTERS FROM THE AUTHOR £95.00

[ROZIER (Abbé François) et CLARET DE LA TOURETTE (Ant.-Louis)].: Démonstrations élémentaires de botanique, contenant les principes généraux de cette science, l'explication des termes,les fondemens des méthodes les éléments de la physique des végétaux. £250.00

[DICKENS (Charles, - imitation /homage)]: Wedding Bells. An Echo of "The Chimes," £190.00

[BARHAM, Richard Harris] INGOLDSBY, Thomas: THE INGOLDSBY LEGENDS. Or Mirths & Marvels. £80.00

WRIGHT (John Frederick): Alma Mater; or Seven Years at the University of Cambridge, by a Trinity Man, £300.00

WOOSTER (David): Alpine Plants; Figures and Descriptions of Some of the Most Striking and Beautiful of the Alpine Flowers £95.00

VAN GOGH (Vincent); JANSEN (Leo), with Hans Luijten and Nienke Bakker editors: VINCENT VAN GOGH: The Letters. The Complete Illustrated and Annotated Edition. £500.00

POPPER (Karl): The Logic of Scientific Discovery. £20.00

PLOT (Robert): The Natural History of Oxford-shire, Being an Essay towards the Natural History of England, £495.00

NICOLSON (Joseph); BURN (Richard): The History and Antiquities of the Counties of Westmorland and Cumberland.. In Two Volumes, £400.00

MARSDEN (William): The History of Sumatra - Containing An Account of the Government, Laws, Customs, and Manners Of the Native Inhabitants, With A Description of the Natural Productions, And A Relation of the Ancient Political State Of that Island. £550.00

MADEIRA: 15 item pamphlet volume.: MADEIRA: 15 item pamphlet volume. £90.00

KINGSLEY (Charles): Glaucus; or the Wonders of the Shore £30.00

GODWYN (Thomas): Moses and Aaron. Civil and Ecclesiastical, used by the ancient Hebrews; observed and at large opened, for the clearing of many obscure texts... £380.00


COBBETT (William): Cobbett's Tour in Scotland; and In the Four Northern Counties of England: in the Autumn of the Year 1832, £90.00

CARROLL (Lewis), [i.e. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson ('Lewis Carroll')]: Notes by an Oxford Chiel, £850.00

CARROLL (Lewis): Alice's Adventures in Wonderland : With Forty Two Illustrations By John Tenniel, £200.00

CAMERON (Julia Margaret); COX (Julian), FORD (Colin, editors with others): Julia Margaret Cameron: The Complete Photographs, £450.00


BEARDSLEY (Aubrey): Under the Hill and Other Essays in Prose and Verse by Aubrey Beardsley. With Illustrations £240.00

BADHAM (Charles David): A Treatise on the Esculent Funguses of England, Containing an Account of their classical history, uses, characters, development, structure, nutritious properties, modes of cooking and preserving &c. £280.00

AUDUBON: Roger Tory Peterson and Virginia Marie Peterson (editors): Audubon's Birds of America. The National Audubon Society Baby Elephant Folio, £120.00

ADDISON (Joseph) CURLL [publisher]: Poems on Several Occasions. With a Dissertation upon the Roman Poets, £150.00

DAWES (Richard): Lessons on the Phenomena of Industrial Life, and the Conditions of Industrial Success, £22.00

CRICK (W. F.): WADSWORTH (J. E): WARREN FISHER (N. F. association copy): A Hundred Years of Joint Stock Banking, £200.00

CARROLL (Lewis); WAKELING (Edward, editor): Lewis Carroll's Diaries. The Private Diaries of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, £225.00

CARROLL (Lewis); COLLINGWOOD (Stuart Dodgson): The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll (Rev C.L. Dodgson), £50.00

CARROLL (Lewis); COHEN (Morton N. editor): The Letters of Lewis Carroll, edited by Morton N. Cohen with the assistance of Roger Lancelyn Green. £75.00

CARROLL (Lewis); GREEN (Roger Lancelyn, editor): The Diaries of Lewis Carroll, £120.00

CARROLL (Lewis): David Carlson & Jeffrey Eger: Dodgson at Auction 1893-1999, £20.00

FARADAY (Michael): Experimental Researches in Electricity; First Edition, complete set of 30 series parts (plus Supplement to Eleventh series and Continuation of Twenty-second series), £5750.00


DARWIN (Charles): On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life £6000.00

THORNTON (Robert John); BEWICK (Thomas); HENDERSON (J.): A New Family Herbal. Or, Popular Account of the Natures and Properties of the Various Plants used in Medicine, Diet, and the Arts. £750.00

MEE (Margaret): Flowers of the Brazilian Forest, £900.00

LOCKE (John): An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding. In Four Books. Written by John Locke, Gent. The Fourth Edition, with Large Additions. £1950.00

JAMES (Angela, designer binder); BRETT (Simon, illustrator); O'MALLEY (Brian, author): The Animals of Saint Gregory, [DESIGNER BINDING] £1800.00

HUNT (P. F.); GRIERSON (M.): Orchidaceae, £425.00

LISTER (Joseph): The complete suite of Lister's 3 papers contributed to The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, including: On the Early Stages of Inflamation £180.00

JENNER (Edward): Some Observations on the Migration of Birds..with an Introductory Letter to Sir Humphry Davy.. by the Rev. G. C, Jenner, contributed to The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, £150.00

FARR (William): The complete suite of both of Farr's 2 papers contributed to The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, including: On the Construction of Life-Tables. £900.00

EVELYN (John): SILVA or, a Discourse of Forest Trees, and the Propagation of Timber in His Majesty's Dominions: As it was Delivered in the Royal Society on the 15th Day of October, 1662. £1650.00

DALTON (John): The complete suite of Dalton's 3 papers contributed to The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, including: On the constitution of the Atmosphere.., read February 24, 1826. £200.00

BARRY (Martin): The complete suite of Barry's 9 papers contributed to The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, including: Researches in Embryology, and; On the Corpuscles of the Blood. £1100.00

BALLOONING: GARNIER (Capt.): Cours de Construction, Aerostation Militaire, Lecon Unique, £150.00

FOLIO SOCIETY: STERNE Laurence; Graham Petrie; Gilbert Phelps and John Lawrence: The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, FOLIO SOCIETY EDITION. £25.00

FOLIO SOCIETY: DICKENS, Charles; Illustrated by Charles Keeping: The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Introduction by Christopher Hibbert, FOLIO SOCIETY EDITION. £50.00

FOLIO SOCIETY: DICKENS, Charles; Illustrated by Charles Keeping: Our Mutual Friend, FOLIO SOCIETY EDITION. £24.00

FOLIO SOCIETY: DICKENS, Charles; Arthur J Cox (ed): The Mystery of Edwin Drood, FOLIO SOCIETY EDITION. £30.00

FOLIO SOCIETY: DICKENS, Charles;: Great Expectations, FOLIO SOCIETY EDITION. £35.00

FOLIO SOCIETY: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND Kevin; and Virgil Burnett: The Exeter Riddle Book, FOLIO SOCIETY EDITION. £20.00

FOLIO SOCIETY: BEOWULF, Translated by Kevin Crossley-Holland. Introduction by Bruce Mitchell. Lithographs by Virgil Burnett,: BEOWULF; FOLIO SOCIETY EDITION. £30.00

WHITE (Gilbert): The Natural History of Selborne; observations on Various Parts of Nature and the Naturalist's Calendar, £25.00

WELLS (H. G.): The First Men in the Moon, £20.00

WEISSENBORN (Hellmuth, illustrator) [SHAKESPEARE (William)]: Shakespeare's Sonnets illustrated with wood-engravings by Hellmuth Weissenborn, £120.00

WATT (James); WILLIAMSON (George): Memorials of the Lineage, Early Life, Education and Development of the Genius of James Watt, £80.00

THOMSON (James); NONESUCH PRESS; JACQUIER (illustrator): The Seasons, with Five Pictures by Jacquier and an Introduction by John Beresford, £20.00

SURTEES (Robert): Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour, £295.00

SURTEES (R. S.); FINE BINDING WITH FORE-EDGE PAINTING.: Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds, with Colour Plates by John Leech and Hablot K. Brown, £190.00

SMITH (Thomas): The Life of a Fox Written by Himself and Extracts from the Diary of a Huntsman. £70.00

SCORESBY (William): Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale-Fishery; including Researches and Discoveries on the eastern Coast of West Greenland, made in the summer of 1822, in the ship Baffin of Liverpool, £525.00

MILDMAY (Sir William): The Police of France: or, an account of the Laws and Regulations established in that Kingdom, for the Preservation of Peace, and the Preventing of Robberies. £475.00

MACKENZIE (James): The Study of the Pulse, Arterial, Venous, and Hepatic and of the Movements of the Heart, £280.00

LYNN (Escott): Under the Red Rose: A Tale of the War of the Roses, with Eight Illustrations by Christopher Clark, £35.00

KIPLING (Rudyard): Kim, £30.00

KINDERSLEY (Sir Robert Molesworth): The Governor and Company of Adventurers of England Trading into Hudson's Bay during Two Hundred and Fifty Years 1670-1920, £25.00

Jeremy Norman & Co.,: 10 BOOKSELLER CATALOGUES £40.00

JAMES, Henry, Colonel Sir (introduction): DOMESDAY BOOK.: DOMESDAY BOOK or the great survey of England of William the Conqueror, A.D. MLXXXVI, fac-simile of the part relating to Yorkshire, £40.00

HOOD (Thomas) BINDING: The Complete Poetical Works.., edited with Notes by Walter Jerrold, £25.00

HARDY (Thomas) [SIGNED]: The Dynasts. An Epic-Drama of the War with Napoleon, in Three Parts, Nineteen Acts, and One Hundred and Thirty Scenes, the Time Covered by the Action being about Ten Years. £350.00

HARDY (Thomas): The Well-Beloved : A Sketch of a Temperament, £20.00

FORD (Thomas) [sometimes attributed to George Hall]: The History of Chesterfield; with Particulars of the Hamlets Contiguous to the Town, and Descriptive Accounts of Chatsworth, Hardwick and Bolsover Castle, £280.00

FLECKER (James Elroy) BEAUMONT PRESS: The Letters of J. E. Flecker to Frank Savery, £30.00

FLECKER (James Elroy): Forty-Two Poems, £75.00

FLECKER (James Elroy): Bridge of Fire. Poems, £50.00

EDWARDS (William): The Early History of the North Riding, £30.00

DULAC (Edmund); HOUSMAN (Laurence): Stories from the Arabian Nights in the words of Laurence Housman, £35.00

CROCKETT, S[AMUEL] R[UTHERFORD]; STEVENSON (Robert Louis): The Stickit Minister and Some Common Men . . . With a Prefatory Poem by Robert Louis Stevenson. £40.00

CLARKE (J. Erskine): Chatterbox. Annual volume for 1915, £30.00

BUNYAN (John); MAGUIRE (Robert, editor): The Pilgrim's Progress, from this World to that which is to Come. £30.00

BREWSTER (David) [HARROW SCHOOL PRIZE BINDING]: The Life of Sir Isaac Newton, £155.00

BRAZIL (Angela): The Girls of St Cyprians - a Tale of School Life, £30.00

BATES (H. E.); PARKER (Agnes Miller, illustrator): Down the River.. with 83 engravings on wood by Agnes Miller Parker, £20.00

ADDISON, Mr., [pseudonym]; DE COVERLEY [binding]: Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays, and Poetical Fragments; Tending to Amuse the Fancy, and Inculcate Morality, £90.00

HILL (Matthew Davenport): Suggestions for the repression of crime, contained in charges delivered to Grand Juries of Birmingham; supported by additional facts and arguments. £85.00

CHADWICK (Edwin, with others): First report of the commissioners appointed to inquire as to the best means of establishing an efficient constabulary force in the counties of England and Wales. £90.00

BAKER (Thomas Barwick Lloyd): "War with crime" being a selection of papers on crime, reformatories, etc. By the late T. Barwick Ll. Baker Esq. Edited by Herbert Phillips and Edmund Verney. £52.00

WILSON (Edmund Beecher): The Development of Renilla [Sea Pansy], £90.00

WATNEY (Herbert): The Minute Anatomy of the Alimentary Canal, £30.00

VARLEY (Cromwell Fleetwood): Polarization of Metallic Surfaces in Aqueous Solutions. On a New Method of Obtaining Electricity from Mechanical Force, and Certain Relations between Electro-Static Induction and the Decomposition of Water, £20.00

TURNER (William): On the Placentation of the Lemurs, £30.00

TOMLINSON (Herbert); STOKES (G. G.): The Coefficient of Viscosity of Air, £30.00

TOMLINSON (Herbert): The Influence of Stress and Strain on the Action of Physical Forces, £30.00

TOMES (Charles Sissmore): On the Structure and Development of Vascular Dentine, £40.00

TILDEN (William A.); SHENSTONE (W. A.): On the Solubility of Salts in Water at High Temperatures, £20.00

THORPE (Thomas Edward); RUCKER (A. W.): On the Expansion of Sea-Water by Heat, £20.00

STENHOUSE (John): Examination of the Proximate Principles of Some of the Lichens. Part II, £20.00

SPOTTISWOODE (William): On Hyperjacobian Surfaces and Curves, £30.00

SCHUSTER (Arthur): On the Nature of the Force Producing the Motion of a Body Exposed to Rays of Heat and Light £30.00

SCHORLEMMER (Carl): On the Normal Paraffins, £80.00

SANDERS (Alfred): Contributions to the Anatomy of the Central Nervous System in Vertebrate Animals, £30.00

ROWE (R. C.); CAYLEY (A.): Memoir on Abel's Theorem, £30.00

ROBINSON (T. R.): On the Determination of the Constants of the Cup Anemometer by Experiments with a Whirling Machine, £30.00

REYNOLDS (Osborne): On the Forces Caused by the Communication of Heat between a Surface and a Gas; and on a New Photometer, £30.00

REINOLD (Arnold William); RUCKER (Arthur William): On the Relation between the Thickness and the Surface Tension of Liquid Films, £30.00

PRIESTLEY (John): On the Physiological Action of Vanadium, £30.00

PARKER (Thomas Jeffery): On the Blood-Vessels of Mustelus Antarcticus: A Contribution to the Morphology of the Vascular System in the Vertebrata, £40.00

NOBLE (Andrew, Capt); ABEL (Frederick Augustus): Researches on Explosives. No. II. Fired Gunpowder, £80.00

McCONNEL (James): An Experimental Investigation into the Form of the Wave Surface of Quartz, £30.00

MAC MUNN (C. A.): Observations on the Chromatology of Actiniae, £40.00

MAC MUNN (C. A.): Further Observations on Enterochlorophyll, and Allied Pigments, £40.00

M'LEOD (Herbert); CLARKE (George Sydenham): On the Determination of the Rate of Vibration of Tuning-Forks, £30.00

LIVEING (G. D.); DEWAR (J.): On the Ultra-Violet Spectra of the Elements. Part I. Iron (with a Map). [and] Part II £30.00

LEWIS (W. Bevan): Researches on the Comparative Structure of the Cortex Cerebri, £30.00

LEWIS (W. Bevan): On the Comparative Structure of the Brain in Rodents, £30.00

LANGLEY (J. N.): On the Histology and Physiology of Pepsin-Forming Glands, £30.00

LANG (Viktor von): Experiments on the Friction between Water and Air, £30.00

LAMB (Horace): On Electrical Motions in a Spherical Conductor, £40.00

LACHLAN (Robert): On Systems of Circles and Spheres, £40.00

JONES (Henry Bence): Contributions to Animal Chemistry. Paper V. On the Oxidation of Ammonia in the Human Body, with Some Remarks on Nitrification, £40.00

JOHNSTON (James F. W.): On the Constitution of the Resins, [complete in five papers from the Philosophical Transaction of theRoyal Society], £80.00

JENKIN (Fleeming): On Friction between Surfaces Moving at Low Speeds, £30.00

HOPKINSON (John); HOPKINSON (E.): Dynamo-Electric Machinery, £40.00

HOPKINSON (John): The Residual Charge of the Leyden Jar, £40.00

HOPKINSON (John): Magnetisation of Iron, £40.00

HOPKINSON (J.): Electrostatic Capacity of Glass, £90.00

HOPKINS (William): Researches in Physical Geology, [complete in three parts], £90.00

HINDE (George Jennings): On Beds of Sponge-Remains in the Lower and Upper Greensand of the South of England, £40.00

HILL (M. J. M.): On the Motion of Fluid, Part of Which is Moving Rotationally and Part Irrotationally, £30.00

HICKSON (Sydney J.): On the Ciliated Groove (Siphonoglyphe) in the Stomodaeum of the Alcyonarians [sea anemones], £20.00

HEATH (R. S.): On the Dynamics of a Rigid Body in Elliptic Space, £20.00

HARTLEY (Walter Noel); ADENEY (W. E.): Researches on Spectrum Photography in Relation to New Methods of Quantitative Chemical Analysis. Part I [and II] £60.00

HARTLEY (Walter Noel): The Absorption Spectra of the Alkaloids, £30.00

GRIESS (Peter): On a New Series of Bodies in Which Nitrogen is Substituted for Hydrogen, £30.00

GORDON (James Edward Henry): On the Determination of Verdet's Constant in Absolute Units, £50.00

GLAZEBROOK (Richard Tetley); DODDS (J. M.); SARGANT (E. B.): Experiments on the Value of the British Association Unit of Resistance. Part I and Part II, £30.00

GIBSON (John C.); BARCLAY (Thomas): Measurements of Specific Inductive Capacity of Dielectrics, in the Physical Laboratory of the University of Glasgow, £20.00

GARDINER (Walter): On the Continuity of the Protoplasm through the Walls of Vegetable Cells £30.00

FOX (Wilson): On the Development of Striated Muscular Fibre £30.00

FORSYTH (Andrew Russell): On Abel's Theorem and Abelian Functions, £30.00

FITZGERALD (George Francis): On the Electromagnetic Theory of the Reflection and Refraction of Light, £30.00

FARQUHARSON (James): On the Ice Formed, under Peculiar Circumstances, at the Bottom of Running Water, £30.00

ELLIS (William): On the Relation between the Diurnal Range of Magnetic Declination and Horizontal Force, as Observed at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, during the Years 1841 to 1877, and the Period of Solar Spot Frequency, £20.00

DUPRE (August); PAGE (F. J. M.): On the Specific Heat and Other Physical Characters of Mixtures of Ethylic Alcohol and Water, £30.00

DIXON (Harold B.); ESSON (W.): Conditions of Chemical Change in Gases: Hydrogen, Carbonic Oxide, and Oxygen, £30.00

DAVIES (Thomas Stephens): Geometrical Investigations concerning the Phenomena of Terrestrial Magnetism, £30.00

CASEY (John); CAYLEY (A.): On a New Form of Tangential Equation, £40.00

CALLENDER (George W.): On the Formation of Some of the Subaxial Arches in Man, £30.00

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