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Page 107 - MONEY AND THE MECHANISM OF EXCHANGE. By W. STANLEY JEVONS, MA, FRS, Professor of Logic and Political Economy in the Owens College, Manchester. Price, $1.75.
Page 107 - THE RELIGIONS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD, including Egypt, Assyria and Babylonia, Persia, India, Phoenicia, Etruria, Greece, Rome. By George Rawlinaon. MA, Camden Professor of Ancient History, Oxford, and Canon of Canterbury, author of " The Origin of Nations," " The Five Great Monarchies,
Page 69 - If a certain mass be weighed first in air then in water, and the weight in air divided by the loss of weight in water...
Page 107 - HYPNOTISM. Its History and Development By Fredrik Bjornstrom, MD, Head Physician of the Stockholm Hospital, Professor of Psychiatry, Late Royal Swedish Medical Councillor. Authorized translation from the Second Swedish Edition by Baron Nils Posse, MG, Director of the Boston School of Gymnastics.
Page 107 - By GEORGE RAWLINSON, MA, Camden Professor of Ancient History, Oxford, and Canon of Canterbury ; Author of " The Origin of Nations," "The Five Great Monarchies,
Page 103 - No. 28. Fashion in Deformity, as illustrated in the customs of Barbarous and Civilized Races.
Page 104 - MD. (Special number.) No. 94. The Factors of Organic Evolution. By Herbert Spencer. No. 95. The Diseases of Personality. By Th. Ribot. Translated from the French by J. Fitzgerald, MA No. 96. A Half-Century of Science. By Thomas H.
Page 110 - Lectures on the Industrial Revolution of the i8th Century in England. By the late ARNOLD TOYNBEE, Tutor of Balliol College, Oxford. Together with a Short Memoir by B. JOWETT, Master of Balliol College, Oxford.
Page 108 - SCIENCE FOR LEISURE HOURS. FAMILIAR ESSAYS ON SCIENTIFIC SUBJECTS. HEREDITARY TRAITS, and other Essays. MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS. ILLUSIONS OF THE SENSES, and other Essays.
Page 108 - FORMATION OF VEGETABLE MOULD THROUGH THE ACTION OF WORMS, with Observations on their Habits. With illustrations. Cloth. ...... .75 CHARLES DAR WIN : His Life and Work, by Grant Allen. Cloth. .75 SELECT WORKS OF GRANT ALLEN, CONTAINING : THE EVOLUTIONIST AT LARGE, VIGNETTES FROM NATURE, and FORCE AND ENERGY, A Theory of Dynamics. Three books in one vol. Cloth. . . . . .1.00 WATER, ELECTRICITY AND LIGHT, BY PROFESSOR JOHN TYNDALL, CONTAINING: FORMS OF WATER IN CLOUDS AND RIVERS, Ice and Glac•iers....