Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and the Arts: Illustrated with Engravings. By William Nicholson. ...

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G. G. and J. Robinson, 1800
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Abstract of Experiments and Observations on the internal Use of Phos
84
Chemical Considerations on the Use of the Oxydes of Iron in the dyeing
92
An Account of some Endeavours to ascertain a Standard of Weight
97
Letter from Dr Beddoes respecting Citizen Fourcroys Account of the Dis
108
Experiments and Observations to prove that Snow does not contain Oxygen
119
Concerning those perpetual Motions which are producible in Machines
126
Account of the Experiments of Citizen Clouet on the different States
131
Scientific News Account of Books c p
138
JULY 1799
141
An Account of some Endeavours to ascertain a Standard of Weight
147
On certain useful Properties of the oxygenated muriatic Acid By the
158
JUNE 1799
160
General remarks Production of heat by combustion explained and applied to the construction
165
Extraction of Sugar from Carrots 8tc Experiments on Barytes and Stron
168
1 Apparatus for ascertaining a standard
174
Essays on the Art of Dyeing by Means of the Solutions of Tin and
175
Nankeen colours Violet from madder and iron Peculiar management Observations on astrin
176
Observations on the Manners Habits and Natural History of
181
Chladnis experiments on the resonant figures on glass Philosophical transactions Berthoud 00
187
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189
Description and Use of a portable Instrument for comparing the Force
198
Accurate determination of the lengths of the existing standards of longitudinal measure kept at
205
Directions for making the best Composition for the Metals of Reflecting
211
On a submarine Forest on the east Coast of England Bv Joseph Correa
216
Optical Remarks chiefly relating to the Refiexibility of the Rays of Light
222
On the Manufacture of the Beech Oil by Aaron Hill and other Projects
229
Optical phenomenon which proves that the wings of the common fly makes six hundred vibrations
236
Appendix to Sir George Shuckburgh Evelyns Paper on the Means of
243
Extract of a Letter on the Art of Bleaching and the Effect of Friction
252
On Sulphuret of Lime to be used as a Substitute for Potash in Bleaching
253
Reflections on the Qualities of Pottery with the Results of some Analyses
262
On the Effects of apparent Attraction or Repulsion between Bodies floating
269
XT Experiments on certain Principles obtained from Animal Substances treated
277
D p
285
Verbal Process of the Conversion of Soft Iron into Cast Steel by means
350
Notice of the Experiments made by order of the Minister of the Interior
356
Construction of a Lamp for burning Tallow By Mr William Close p
363
Observations on the various Kinds of Manure By John Mkldleton
365
On the Web of the GardenSpider By a Correspondent p
369
On the propagation of the sheep with the goat Treatment of flieep On various animals used
373
Account of Books _____ P379
379
DECEMBER 1799
382
H On the Plants used by the Ancient People of Europe to poison their Arrows
390
On the Plumb Line and Spirit Level ByM Chezy p
396
A Chemical Examination of the Bath Waters By George Smith Gibbes
403
Account of the new Gazometer of C Seguin p
405
On the silent Escapement of Mr Goodrich By a Correspondent
414
Account of Books c p
426
JANUARY
432
A Botanical Description of the Urceola Elastica or CaoutChouc Vine
435
Account of the strange Effects produced by Respiration of the gaseous Oxide
447
An Account of several Veins of Sulphate of Strontian found in the Neigh
449
Analysis of an Iron Ore the Composition of which has been hitherto mis
454
Description of an Hygrometer and Photometer By Mr John Leslie
461
Description of the Hydrostatic Lamp of Mr Peter Keir p
467
An Account of some Experiments on the Fecundation of Vegetables
473
FEBRUARY 1800
477
Scientific News and Account of Books P 43
483
Concerning the Influence of the Moon on the Atmosphere of the Earth
488
Early Developement of the Antiphlogistian Theory of Combustion
497
Experiments upon the Resistance of Bodies moving in Fluids By the
506
An Account of a Kettle for boiling inflammable Fluids In a Letter
514
Philosophical News c p
522
MARCH
526
From a series of observations the author presents tfie following principles as established viz that
531
Some Account of the Elastic Gum Vine of Prince of Waless Island and
534
Account of the Pearl Fishery in the Gulph of Manar in March and April
542

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