A History of the Daubeny Laboratory, Magdalen College, Oxford: To which is Appended a List of the Writings of Dr. Daubeny, and a Register of Names of Persons who Have Attended the Chemical Lectures of Dr. Daubeny from 1822 to 1867, as Well as of Those who Have Received Instruction in the Laboratory Up to the Present Time
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A History of the Daubeny Laboratory, Magdalen College, Oxford. to Which Is ...
R T 1869-1940 Gunther
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apparatus Arthur Ashm B.Med Barrister-at-Law Berks Botanical Garden Brasenose Canon Chaplain Chapman Charles Chem chemical Christ Church Corpus Christi College D.Med Daubeny Laboratory Daubeny's December Demy of Magdalen Devon Edmund Edward Edward Chapman Exeter Exhibitioner Fellow of Magdalen Fellow of Oriel Francis Frederick George Head Master Herbert Honorary Inner Temple J. J. Manley James January John John's Journ June Lecture Room Lincoln Magdalen College Magdalen College School Magdalen Hall March Mary Hall Math matriculated Mean Air Tempera Mean Minimum Mean River Tempera Merton Middle Temple Minimum in Shade Natural Science Non-Collegiate October Oriel Oxford Oxon Pembroke Phil Phosphorite Physical Physiol Physiology Prelim Professor Queen's Radcliffe Travelling Fellow Rainfall in inches Rector Richard Robert Royal Scholar of Jesus Science Master specimens Student of Christ Sussex Thomas Total Rainfall Trinity ture University Vicar Vicar of St Volcanos Wadham William Henry Worcester
Page 34 - On days of rainfall the difference (which is usually small) between the quantity measured by the ram gage and the surplus in the tank is considered the total evaporation for the day. Observations were made usually about 6 pm The water temperature is the mean temperature of the water at that hour; the air temperature is the mean of the maximum and minimum thermometer readings for each day. Results of observations of evaporation, rainfall, and temperature for 1909 are presented in the following table:...
Page 2 - Jews Cemetery now The Botanic Gardens.) (incipit foL 84 a, line 58.) When wee are arrived over this bridge * wee have the phisick garden on the left hand, sometimes the (fol. 84 b) cemitery of the Jews of Oxon, as I have in S. John's Hospitall shewed. But after their expulsion from this nation it came to St. John Baptist's Hospitall adjoyning, who imployed it as a churchyard to bury their dead. But that Hospitall being dissolved and turned into Magdalen College, ceased from that use and was imployed...
Page 7 - Memoir on the rotation of crops, and on the quantity of inorganic matters abstracted from the soil by various plants under different circumstances.
Page 63 - A Few Words of Apology for the late Professor Baden Powell's Essay on the Study of the Evidences of Christianity contained in the volume entitled
Page 64 - DAUBENY. MISCELLANIES: BEING A COLLECTION OF MEMOIRS and ESSAYS ON SCIENTIFIC AND LITERARY SUBJECTS, published at Various Times, by the late CHARLES DAUBENY, MD, FRS, Professor of liotany and of Rural Economy in the University of Oxford, &c.
Page 55 - Fr. I. p. 241. 16. On Thermal Springs and their Connexion with Volcanos. — Edinb. New Phil. Journ. XII. p. 49 .— L. u. Br. N. Jahrb. 1833, p. 91.— Rep. Brit. Assoc. 1831, p. 83. 17- Note on a Paper of Dr. John Davy, entitled, "Notice on the Remains of the recent Volcano in the Mediterranean.
Page 3 - July] 1622, the Vicecancellor, Dr. Peirce, about 2 of the clock in the afternoone togeather with the proctors and most of the doctors of the University solemnized it with great ceremony. For in the first place Mr. . . . Dawson, a phisitian of Broadgates, speak there an elegant oration; then Dr. Clayton, the King's Professor of Phisick, another; and last of all the Vicecancellor; with the offering severall sums of money according to the antient fashion.
Page 59 - Lecture on Institutions for the better Education of the Farming Classes, especially with reference to the proposed AgricuLtural College near Cirencester, &c. Delivered at the Botanic Gar. den, Oxford, on Tuesday, May 14, 1844.