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Biology, Geography & Health: Chapter 60487

Chapter 60487 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in the basic and applied life, earth and health sciences.




Tamburini, S.; Clemente, J.C., 2017:
Zooming in on Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Microbial and Proteomic Features Associated With IBD in Colonic Microenvironments

Felmlee, D.J.; Grün, D.; Baumert, T.F., 2017:
Zooming in on Liver Zonation

Novák, Ořej.; Napier, R.; Ljung, K., 2017:
Zooming In on Plant Hormone Analysis: Tissue- and Cell-Specific Approaches

Haas, P.; Schmid, J.; Stadler, G.; Reuter, M.; Gawrilow, C., 2017:
Zooming into daily life: within-person associations between physical activity and affect in young adults

Dubeaux, G.; Vert, Gégory., 2017:
Zooming into plant ubiquitin-mediated endocytosis

Sun, W-Shing.; Chu, P-Yi.; Tien, C-Lin.; Chung, M-Feng., 2017:
Zoom lens design for 10.2-megapixel APS-C digital SLR cameras


Lee, M.A.; Cohen, P.R., 2017:
Zoon Balanitis Revisited: Report of Balanitis Circumscripta Plasmacellularis Resolving With Topical Mupirocin Ointment Monotherapy

Levine, N.D., 1964:
Zoonoses

Blackmore, D.K., 1968 :
Zoonoses in Britain: some present and potential hazards to man. Ornithosis

Hartley, E.G., 1968:
Zoonoses in Britain: some present and potential hazards to man. Primate diseases

Thomsett, L.R., 1968:
Zoonoses in Britain: some present and potential hazards to man. Skin diseases

Sánchez, A.; Prats-van der Ham, M.; Tatay-Dualde, J.; Paterna, A.; de la Fe, C.; Gómez-Martín, Ángel.; Corrales, J.C.; Contreras, A., 2017:
Zoonoses in Veterinary Students: A Systematic Review of the Literature

Waltner-Toews, D., 2017:
Zoonoses, One Health and complexity: wicked problems and constructive conflict

Gholipoury, M.; Rezai, H.Reza.; Namroodi, S.; Arab Khazaeli, F., 2017:
Zoonotic and Non-zoonotic Parasites of Wild Rodents in Turkman Sahra, Northeastern Iran

Costa, F.; Carvalho-Pereira, T.; Begon, M.; Riley, L.; Childs, J., 2017:
Zoonotic and Vector-Borne Diseases in Urban Slums: Opportunities for Intervention

Ramakers, B.P.; Heijne, M.; Lie, N.; Le, T-Nga.; van Vliet, M.; Claessen, V.P.J.; Tolsma, P.J.P.; De Rosa, M.; Roest, H.I.J.; Vanrompay, D.; Heddema, E.R.; Schneeberger, P.; Hermans, M.H.A., 2017:
Zoonotic Chlamydia caviae Presenting as Community-Acquired Pneumonia

Zahedi, A.; Monis, P.; Aucote, S.; King, B.; Paparini, A.; Jian, F.; Yang, R.; Oskam, C.; Ball, A.; Robertson, I.; Ryan, U., 2017:
Zoonotic Cryptosporidium Species in Animals Inhabiting Sydney Water Catchments

Bellali, H.; Chemak, F.; Nouiri, I.; Ben Mansour, D.; Ghrab, J.; Chahed, M.Kouni., 2017:
Zoonotic Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Prevalence Among Farmers in Central Tunisia, 2014

Hess, L., 2017:
Zoonotic Disease: A Concern for Everyone

Belay, E.D.; Kile, J.C.; Hall, A.J.; Barton-Behravesh, C.; Parsons, M.B.; Salyer, S.; Walke, H., 2017:
Zoonotic Disease Programs for Enhancing Global Health Security

Robin, C.; Bettridge, J.; McMaster, F., 2017:
Zoonotic disease risk perceptions in the British veterinary profession

Halsby, K.; Twomey, D.F.; Featherstone, C.; Foster, A.; Walsh, A.; Hewitt, K.; Morgan, D., 2017:
Zoonotic diseases in South American camelids in England and Wales

Ryan, M.R.; Cleaveland, S., 2017:
Zoonotic diseases: sharing insights from interdisciplinary research

Ye, J.; Ji, Y.; Xu, J.; Ma, K.; Yang, X., 2017:
Zoonotic Enterocytozoon bieneusi in raw wastewater in Zhengzhou, China

Gremião, I.Dib.Ferreira.; Miranda, L.Helena.Monteiro.; Reis, E.Guerino.; Rodrigues, A.Messias.; Pereira, S.Antonio., 2017:
Zoonotic Epidemic of Sporotrichosis: Cat to Human Transmission

Jõgi, N.Oskar.; Svanes, C.; Siiak, S.Peeter.; Logan, E.; Holloway, J.W.; Igland, J.; Johannessen, A.; Levin, M.; Real, F.Gomez.; Schlunssen, V.; Horsnell, W.G.C.; Bertelsen, R.J., 2017:
Zoonotic helminth exposure and risk of allergic diseases: a study of two generations in Norway

Muniz, Cáudia.P.; Cavalcante, L.T.F.; Jia, H.; Zheng, H.; Tang, S.; Augusto, A.M.; Pissinatti, A.; Fedullo, L.P.; Santos, Aé.F.; Soares, M.A.; Switzer, W.M., 2017:
Zoonotic infection of Brazilian primate workers with New World simian foamy virus

Uni, S.; Fukuda, M.; Ogawa, K.; Lim, Y.Ai-Lian.; Agatsuma, T.; Bunchom, N.; Saijuntha, W.; Otsuka, Y.; Bhassu, S.; Mat Udin, A.Syihan.; Zainuri, N.Afiqah.; Omar, H.; Nakatani, J.; Matsubayashi, M.; Maruyama, H.; Ramli, R.; Azirun, M.Sofian.; Takaoka, H., 2017:
Zoonotic infection with Onchocerca dewittei japonica in an 11-year-old boy in Kansai Region, Western Honshu, Japan

Traversa, D.; Di Cesare, A.; Simonato, G.; Cassini, R.; Merola, C.; Diakou, A.; Halos, Lénaïg.; Beugnet, F.; Frangipane di Regalbono, A., 2017:
Zoonotic intestinal parasites and vector-borne pathogens in Italian shelter and kennel dogs

Piekarska, J.; Kicia, M.; Wesołowska, M.; Kopacz, Żaneta.; Gorczykowski, Mł.; Szczepankiewicz, B.; Kváč, M.; Sak, B., 2017:
Zoonotic microsporidia in dogs and cats in Poland

Kittang, Bård.Reiakvam.; Pettersen, V.Kuchařová.; Oppegaard, O.; Skutlaberg, D.Harald.; Dale, Håvard.; Wiker, H.G.; Skrede, S., 2017:
Zoonotic necrotizing myositis caused by Streptococcus equi subsp. zooepidemicus in a farmer

Otranto, D.; Dantas-Torres, F.; Mihalca, A.D.; Traub, R.J.; Lappin, M.; Baneth, G., 2017:
Zoonotic Parasites of Sheltered and Stray Dogs in the Era of the Global Economic and Political Crisis

Rozental, T.; Ferreira, M.Santos.; Guterres, A.; Mares-Guia, M.Angélica.; Teixeira, B.R.; Gonçalves, J.; Bonvicino, C.Rodrigues.; D'Andrea, P.Sergio.; de Lemos, E.Regina.Sampaio., 2017:
Zoonotic pathogens in Atlantic Forest wild rodents in Brazil: Bartonella and Coxiella infections

Umpiérrez, A.; Bado, Iés.; Oliver, Mín.; Acquistapace, Sía.; Etcheverría, Aía.; Padola, N.Lía.; Vignoli, R.; Zunino, P., 2017:
Zoonotic Potential and Antibiotic Resistance of Escherichia coli in Neonatal Calves in Uruguay

Thibault, P.A.; Watkinson, R.E.; Moreira-Soto, A.; Drexler, J.F.; Lee, B., 2017:
Zoonotic Potential of Emerging Paramyxoviruses: Knowns and Unknowns

Prasertbun, R.; Mori, H.; Pintong, A-Rada.; Sanyanusin, S.; Popruk, S.; Komalamisra, C.; Changbunjong, T.; Buddhirongawatr, R.; Sukthana, Y.; Mahittikorn, A., 2017:
Zoonotic potential of Enterocytozoon genotypes in humans and pigs in Thailand

Mladenova-Hristova, I.; Grekova, O.; Patel, A., 2017:
Zoonotic potential of Helicobacter spp

Essbauer, S.; Pfeffer, M.; Meyer, H., 2010:
Zoonotic poxviruses

Sun, H.; Blackmon, S.; Yang, G.; Waters, K.; Li, T.; Tangwangvivat, R.; Xu, Y.; Shyu, D.; Wen, F.; Cooley, J.; Senter, L.; Lin, X.; Jarman, R.; Hanson, L.; Webby, R.; Wan, X-Feng., 2017:
Zoonotic Risk, Pathogenesis, and Transmission of Avian-Origin H3N2 Canine Influenza Virus

Tilak, R.; Kunwar, R.; Tyagi, P.K.; Khera, A.; Joshi, R.K.; Wankhade, U.B., 2017:
Zoonotic surveillance for rickettsiae in rodents and mapping of vectors of rickettsial diseases in India: A multi-centric study

Trung, N.Vinh.; Matamoros, Sébastien.; Carrique-Mas, J.J.; Nghia, N.Huu.; Nhung, N.Thi.; Chieu, T.Thi.Bich.; Mai, H.Huynh.; van Rooijen, W.; Campbell, J.; Wagenaar, J.A.; Hardon, A.; Mai, N.Thi.Nhu.; Hieu, T.Quoc.; Thwaites, G.; de Jong, M.D.; Schultsz, C.; Hoa, N.Thi., 2017:
Zoonotic Transmission of mcr-1 Colistin Resistance Gene from Small-Scale Poultry Farms, Vietnam

Reed, K.D.; Moore, F.M.; Geiger, G.E.; Stemper, M.E., 1993:
Zoonotic transmission of sporotrichosis: case report and review

Kellerová, Pína.; Tachezy, J., 2017:
Zoonotic Trichomonas tenax and a new trichomonad species, Trichomonas brixi n. sp., from the oral cavities of dogs and cats

Daga, S.O.; Wagaskar, V.G.; Jumnake, S.F.; Patwardhan, S.K., 2017:
Zoon's balanitis treated with topical tacrolimus

Jaimes Suarez, J.; Vidal Conde, L.; Collazos Robles, R.; Grande Gomez, J.; Martin Díaz, V.; Parra Rodriguez, O.; Pérez-González, Y.Carolina., 2017:
Zoon Vulvitis Treated Successfully With Platelet-Rich Plasma: First Case Reported

Chandradasa, M.; Champika, L., 2017:
Zoophilia in an adolescent with high-functioning autism from Sri Lanka

Chen, K-Lung.; Chien, M-Ming.; Lu, C-Yi.; Chiu, H-Ching., 2017:
Zoophilic Tinea Faciei

Certner, R.H.; Dwyer, A.M.; Patterson, M.R.; Vollmer, S.V., 2017:
Zooplankton as a potential vector for white band disease transmission in the endangered coral, iAcropora cervicornis

Horváth, Zófia.; Vad, C.F.; Preiler, C.; Birtel, J.; Matthews, B.; Ptáčníková, R.; Ptacnik, R., 2017:
Zooplankton communities and iBythotrephes longimanus in lakes of the montane region of the northern Alps

Cyr, Hélène.; Curtis, J.M., 1999:
Zooplankton community size structure and taxonomic composition affects size-selective grazing in natural communities

Xiong, W.; Ni, P.; Chen, Y.; Gao, Y.; Shan, B.; Zhan, A., 2017:
Zooplankton community structure along a pollution gradient at fine geographical scales in river ecosystems: The importance of species sorting over dispersal

Hanazato, T.; Yasuno, M., 1989:
Zooplankton community structure driven by vertebrate and invertebrate predators

Ismail, A.Hanim.; Adnan, A.Amalina.Mohd., 2016:
Zooplankton Composition and Abundance as Indicators of Eutrophication in Two Small Man-made Lakes

Lürling, M.; Van Donk, E., 1996:
Zooplankton-induced unicell-colony transformation in Scenedesmus acutus and its effect on growth of herbivore Daphnia

Barnhisel, D.Rae., 1991:
Zooplankton spine induces aversion in small fish predators

Asale, A.; Duchateau, L.; Devleesschauwer, B.; Huisman, G.; Yewhalaw, D., 2017:
Zooprophylaxis as a control strategy for malaria caused by the vector Anopheles arabiensis (Diptera: Culicidae): a systematic review

Robinette, C.; Saffran, L.; Ruple, A.; Deem, S.L., 2017:
Zoos and public health: A partnership on the One Health frontier

Subharngkasen, S., 1965:
Zoo-sanitary normalisation of international trade in animals and animal products of Thailand

van den Born, J.M.; van den Berg, H.A., 1965:
Zoo-sanitary normalization of international trade in animals and animal products

Anonymous, 1965:
Zoo-sanitary normalization of international trade of animals and animal products

Scholz, B.; Guillou, L.; Marano, A.V.; Neuhauser, S.; Sullivan, B.K.; Karsten, U.; Küpper, F.C.; Gleason, F.H., 2017:
Zoosporic parasites infecting marine diatoms - A black box that needs to be opened

Ikeda, S.; Yamashita, H.; Kondo, S-Nobu.; Inoue, K.; Morishima, S-Ya.; Koike, K., 2017:
Zooxanthellal genetic varieties in giant clams are partially determined by species-intrinsic and growth-related characteristics

Hjelmeland, K.; Gustavsen, Iørg.; Øiestad, E.Leere.; Øiestad, Åse.Marit.Leere.; Høiseth, G.; Mørland, Jørg., 2017:
Zopiclone concentrations in oral fluid and blood after, administration of therapeutic doses of zopiclone

Cimolai, N., 2017:
Zopiclone overdose and flumazenil rescue

Nishtala, P.S.; Chyou, T-Yuan., 2017:
Zopiclone Use and Risk of Fractures in Older People: Population-Based Study

Bontempi, N.; Vassalini, I.; Danesi, S.; Alessandri, I., 2017:
ZORRO: zirconium oxide resonators for all-in-one Raman and whispering-gallery-mode optical sensing

Takahashi, A., 1970:
Zoster encephalitis

Yeh, S.Wei.; Magalhaes, A.Maria.; Vasconcellos, M.R.A.; Michalany, N.S.; Tomimori Yamashita, J., 2003:
Zosteriform connective tissue nevus: a case report

Rivera-Rodríguez, Álvaro.; Hernández Ostiz, S.; Morales-Moya, A.L.; Prieto-Torres, Lía.; Álvarez-Salafranca, M.; Ara Martín, M., 2017:
Zosteriform lichen aureus. Pediatric clinical case

Fink-Puches, R.; Hofmann-Wellenhof, R.; Smolle, J., 1996:
Zosteriform lichen planus

Rieger, K.E.; Kim, J.; Kim, Y.H., 2017:
Zosteriform Mycosis Fungoides: A New Clinical Presentation With a Dermatomal Distribution

Liss, W.A.; Norins, A.L., 1993:
Zosteriform transient acantholytic dermatosis

Aiempanakit, K.; Sangmala, S.; Chiratikarnwong, K.; Auepemkiate, S., 2017:
Zoster-like cutaneous metastatic adenocarcinoma of the lung: A case report

Terborg, C.; Busse, O., 1995:
Zoster neuralgia

Afiyatullov, S.Sh.; Leshchenko, E.V.; Berdyshev, D.V.; Sobolevskaya, M.P.; Antonov, A.S.; Denisenko, V.A.; Popov, R.S.; Pivkin, M.V.; Udovenko, A.A.; Pislyagin, E.A.; von Amsberg, G.; Dyshlovoy, S.A., 2017:
Zosteropenillines: Polyketides from the MarineDerived Fungus Penicillium thomii

Wutzler, P., 2010:
Zoster vaccine

Harada, K.; Heaton, H.; Chen, J.; Vazquez, M.; Meyer, J., 2017:
Zoster vaccine-associated primary varicella infection in an immunocompetent host

Patra, S.; Chakraborty, R.Nath.; Pande, A.; Banerjee, S.; Jena, M.; Mandal, P.Chandra.; De, S.Kumar.; Khan, A.; Das, S.Suvro.; Ghosh, D.; Nag, R., 2016:
Zotarolimus-eluting Resolute Integrity versus everolimus-eluting Xience Xpedition stents in the management of very long (>30mm) de novo coronary artery stenosis

Chen, T-Ren.; Chen, Y-Chang.; Ouyang, W-Chen., 2017:
Zotepine-Associated Hypothermia in a Schizophrenic Inpatient

Fenton, M.; Morris, S.; De-Silva, P.; Bagnall, A.; Cooper, S.J.; Gammelin, G.; Leitner, M., 2000:
Zotepine for schizophrenia

Needham, P.L.; Atkinson, J.; Skill, M.J.; Heal, D.J., 1996:
Zotepine: preclinical tests predict antipsychotic efficacy and an atypical profile

DeLalio, L.J.; Isakson, B.E. , 2017:
ZP1609/danegaptide and mitochondrial connexin hemichannels: a harbinger for peptide drug design

Barbaux, S.; El Khattabi, Lïla.; Ziyyat, A., 2017:
ZP2 heterozygous mutation in an infertile woman

Zha, K.; Liu, G.; Yang, S.; Cao, F., 2016:
Z-plasty for severe gluteal muscle contracture in children

Lee, J.Hoon.; Kim, Y.Jun.; Baek, J.Hun.; Kim, D.Hee., 2016:
Z-plasty of the flexor hallucis longus tendon at tarsal tunnel for checkrein deformity

Price, R.I.; Ecker, M.L., 1973:
Z-plasty skin closure after lengthening the Achilles tendon. Case report

Huse, N.; Schönle, A.; Hell, S.W., 2001:
Z-polarized confocal microscopy

Jin, H.; Meng, S.; Xie, W.; Xu, C.; Niu, J., 2017:
ZrB₂-CNTs Nanocomposites Fabricated by Spark Plasma Sintering

Wang, Y.; Zhu, D.; Xu, X., 2016:
Zr-Doped Mesoporous Ta 3 N 5 Microspheres for Efficient Photocatalytic Water Oxidation

Barilari, M.; Bonfils, G.; Treins, C.; Koka, V.; De Villeneuve, D.; Fabrega, S.; Pende, M., 2017:
ZRF1 is a novel S6 kinase substrate that drives the senescence programme

Kumar, P.; Yadav, A.; Fishov, I.; Feingold, M., 2017:
Z-ring Structure and Constriction Dynamics in iE. coli

Akune, T.; Morita, Y.; Shirakawa, S.; Katagiri, K.; Inumaru, K., 2017 :
ZrO 2 Nanocrystals as Catalyst for Synthesis of Dimethylcarbonate from Methanol and Carbon Dioxide: Catalytic Activity and Elucidation of Active Sites

Mejía Escobar, M.Alejandro.; Pathak, S.; Liu, J.; Snaith, H.J.; Jaramillo, F., 2016:
ZrO 2 /TiO 2 Electron Collection Layer for Efficient Meso-Superstructured Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells

Dan, J.; Rousseau, P.; Hardikar, S.; Veland, N.; Wong, J.; Autexier, C.; Chen, T., 2017:
Zscan4 Inhibits Maintenance DNA Methylation to Facilitate Telomere Elongation in Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells

Huang, Z.; Zeng, X.; Li, K.; Gao, S.; Wang, Q.; Lu, J., 2017:
Z-Scheme NiTiO 3 /g-C 3 N 4 Heterojunctions with Enhanced Photoelectrochemical and Photocatalytic Performances under Visible LED Light Irradiation

Li, H.; Tu, W.; Zhou, Y.; Zou, Z., 2016:
Z-Scheme Photocatalytic Systems for Promoting Photocatalytic Performance: Recent Progress and Future Challenges

El Mouzan, M.Issa.; Shaffi, A.; Salloum, A.Al.; Alqurashi, M.M.; Herbish, A.Al.; Omer, A.Al., 2017:
Z-score growth reference data for Saudi preschool children

Hashimoto, I.; Watanabe, K., 2017:
Z-score of Mitral Annular Plane Systolic Excursion is a Useful Indicator of Evaluation of Left Ventricular Function in Patients with Acute-Phase Kawasaki Disease

Saulière, G.; Dedecker, Jérôme.; Marquet, L-Anne.; Rochcongar, P.; Toussaint, J-Francois.; Berthelot, G., 2017:
Z-scores-based methods and their application to biological monitoring: an example in professional soccer players

Mao, Y.Kai.; Zhao, B.Wen.; Zheng, F.Hua.; Wang, B.; Peng, X.Hui.; Chen, R.; Pan, M., 2017:
Z-scores for fetal left atrial size and left atrium-descending aorta distance in fetuses with isolated total anomalous pulmonary venous connection

Alkhateeb, A.; Rueda, L., 2017:
Zseq: An Approach for Preprocessing Next-Generation Sequencing Data

Anonymous, 2008:
ZSOLT SZABO MD, PhD

Zhang, S.; Keupp, J.; Wang, X.; Dimitrov, I.; Madhuranthakam, A.J.; Lenkinski, R.E.; Vinogradov, E., 2017:
Z-spectrum appearance and interpretation in the presence of fat: Influence of acquisition parameters

Ireland, R.M.; Liu, Y.; Guo, X.; Cheng, Y-Ting.; Kola, S.; Wang, W.; Jones, T.; Yang, R.; Falk, M.L.; Katz, H.E., 2015:
ZT > 0.1 Electron-Carrying Polymer Thermoelectric Composites with In Situ SnCl 2 Microstructure Growth

Tuley, R.; Simpson, K., 2017:
ZT Optimization: An Application Focus

Rogers, A.K.; Situ, K.; Perkins, E.M.; Toth, K.Fejes., 2017:
Zucchini-dependent piRNA processing is triggered by recruitment to the cytoplasmic processing machinery

Henry, B.Michael.; Sanna, B.; Vikse, J.; Graves, M.J.; Spulber, A.; Witkowski, C.; Tomaszewska, I.M.; Tubbs, R.Shane.; Tomaszewski, K.A., 2017:
Zuckerkandl's tubercle and its relationship to the recurrent laryngeal nerve: A cadaveric dissection and meta-analysis

Gemsenjäger, E.W.; Schweizer, I., 1999:
Zuckerkandl's tuberculum in thyroid surgery

Won, H-J.; Won, H-S.; Kwak, D-S.; Jang, J.; Jung, S-L.; Kim, I-B., 2017:
Zuckerkandl Tubercle of the Thyroid Gland: Correlations between Findings of Anatomic Dissections and CT Imaging

Gibson, R.C.; Fenton, M.; Coutinho, E.S.F.; Campbell, C., 2004:
Zuclopenthixol acetate for acute schizophrenia and similar serious mental illnesses

Kumar, A.; Strech, D., 2005:
Zuclopenthixol dihydrochloride for schizophrenia

Bryan, E.J.; Purcell, M.Ann.; Kumar, A., 2017:
Zuclopenthixol dihydrochloride for schizophrenia

Meinel, A., 2017:
Zum Beitrag: Die Technik der erweiterten perkutanen Nadelfasziotomie (PNF+) bei der Dupuytren'schen Kontraktur

Fidalgo, Cátia.; Martins, R.; Proença, D.Neves.; Morais, P.V.; Alves, A.; Henriques, I., 2017:
Zunongwangia endophytica sp. nov., an endophyte isolated from the salt marsh plant, Halimione portulacoides, and emended description of the genus Zunongwangia

Lü, Y.; Shao, M.; Wang, Y.; Qian, S.; Wang, M.; Wang, Y.; Li, X.; Bao, Y.; Deng, C.; Yue, C.; Liu, D.; Liu, N.; Liu, M.; Huang, Y.; Chen, Z.; Hu, Y., 2017:
Zunyimycins B and C, New Chloroanthrabenzoxocinones Antibiotics against Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus and Enterococci from Streptomyces sp. FJS31-2

Yin, H.; Wang, S.; Zhang, Y.; Wu, M.; Wang, J.; Ma, Y., 2017:
Zuogui Pill improves the dexamethasone-induced osteoporosis progression in zebrafish larvae

Zhang, B-Bin.; Li, W-Kai.; Hou, W-Yu.; Luo, Y.; Shi, J-Zhen.; Li, C.; Wei, L-Xin.; Liu, J., 2017:
Zuotai and HgS differ from HgCl 2 and methyl mercury in Hg accumulation and toxicity in weanling and aged rats

Hummel, D., 2017:
Zurich Cementless Total Hip Replacement

Duru, F.; Brunckhorst, C., 2017:
Zurich International Symposium on Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathies

Rietz, S.; Grabbe, S.; von Stebut, E., 2016:
Zwei Brüder mit Papillomatosis confluens et reticularis

Devika, B.R.; Girija, C.R.; Shalini, S.; Jotani, M.M.; Tiekink, E.R.T., 2017:
Zwitterionic 1-{(1iE )-[(4-hy-droxy-phen-yl)iminio]meth-yl}naphthalen-2-olate: crystal structure and Hirshfeld surface analysis

Thalangamaarachchige, V.D.; Li, H.; Cordes, D.B.; Unruh, D.K.; Krempner, C., 2017:
Zwitterionic Alkali-Metal Silanides of Tripodal Ligand Geometry: Synthesis, Structure, and Lewis Acid-Base Chemistry

Martínez-Prieto, L.M.; Cano, I.; Márquez, A.; Baquero, E.A.; Tricard, S.; Cusinato, L.; Del Rosal, I.; Poteau, R.; Coppel, Y.; Philippot, K.; Chaudret, B.; Cámpora, J.; van Leeuwen, P.W.N.M., 2017:
Zwitterionic amidinates as effective ligands for platinum nanoparticle hydrogenation catalysts

Chen, Y.; Okur, H.I.; Lütgebaucks, C.; Roke, S., 2017:
Zwitterionic and Charged Lipids Form Remarkably Different Structures on Nanoscale Oil Droplets in Aqueous Solution

Sekhar, A.Raja.; Sariki, S.Kumar.; Reddy, R.V.Ramana.; Bisai, A.; Sahu, P.Kumar.; Tomar, R.S.; Sankar, J., 2017:
Zwitterionic BODIPYs with large stokes shift: small molecular biomarkers for live cells

Jiang, H.; Chen, D.; Guo, D.; Wang, N.; Su, Y.; Jin, X.; Tong, G.; Zhu, X., 2017:
Zwitterionic gold nanorods: low toxicity and high photothermal efficacy for cancer therapy

Mancera-Arteu, M.; Giménez, E.; Barbosa, Jé.; Peracaula, R.; Sanz-Nebot, Vòria., 2017:
Zwitterionic-hydrophilic interaction capillary liquid chromatography coupled to tandem mass spectrometry for the characterization of human alpha-acid-glycoprotein N-glycan isomers

Xie, F.; Colin, P.; Van Bocxlaer, J., 2017:
Zwitterionic hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry with HybridSPE-precipitation for the determination of intact cisplatin in human plasma

Yang, Y.; Yan, L.; Xie, Q.; Liang, Q.; Song, D., 2017:
Zwitterionic indenylammonium with carbon-centred reactivity towards reversible CO 2 binding and catalytic reduction

Billing, M.; Gräfe, C.; Saal, A.; Biehl, P.; Clement, J.H.; Dutz, S.; Weidner, S.; Schacher, F.H., 2016:
Zwitterionic Iron Oxide (γ-Fe 2 O 3 ) Nanoparticles Based on P(2VP-grad-AA) Copolymers

Qin, L.; Sun, Z-Yan.; Cheng, K.; Liu, S-Wen.; Pang, J-Xin.; Xia, L-Ming.; Chen, W-Hua.; Cheng, Z.; Chen, J-Xiang., 2017:
Zwitterionic Manganese and Gadolinium Metal-Organic Frameworks as Efficient Contrast Agents for in Vivo Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Jackson, M.A.; Werfel, T.A.; Curvino, E.J.; Yu, F.; Kavanaugh, T.E.; Sarett, S.M.; Dockery, M.D.; Kilchrist, K.V.; Jackson, A.N.; Giorgio, T.D.; Duvall, C.L., 2017:
Zwitterionic Nanocarrier Surface Chemistry Improves siRNA Tumor Delivery and Silencing Activity Relative to Polyethylene Glycol

Huang, J.; Weinfurter, S.; Daniele, C.; Perciaccante, R.; Federica, R.; Della Ciana, L.; Pill, J.; Gretz, N., 2017:
Zwitterionic near infrared fluorescent agents for noninvasive real-time transcutaneous assessment of kidney function

Oktay, B.; Kayaman-Apohan, N.; Süleymanoğlu, M.; Erdem-Kuruca, S., 2017:
Zwitterionic phosphorylcholine grafted chitosan nanofiber: Preparation, characterization and in-vitro cell adhesion behavior

Venault, A.; Subarja, A.; Chang, Y., 2017:
Zwitterionic Polyhydroxybutyrate Electrospun Fibrous Membranes with a Compromise of Bioinert Control and Tissue-Cell Growth

Veleti, S.Kumar.; Petit, C.; Ronning, D.R.; Sucheck, S.J., 2017:
Zwitterionic pyrrolidene-phosphonates: inhibitors of the glycoside hydrolase-like phosphorylase Streptomyces coelicolor GlgEI-V279S

Xiong, X.; Tan, F.; Yeung, Y-Yeung., 2017:
Zwitterionic-Salt-Catalyzed Site-Selective Monobromination of Arenes

Dembele, F.; Tasso, M.; Trapiella-Alfonso, L.; Xu, X.; Hanafi, M.; Lequeux, N.; Pons, T., 2017:
Zwitterionic Silane Copolymer for Ultra-Stable and Bright Biomolecular Probes Based on Fluorescent Quantum Dot Nanoclusters

Kwon, H.Joon.; Lee, Y.; Phuong, L.Thi.; Seon, G.Mi.; Kim, E.; Park, J.Chul.; Yoon, H.; Park, K.Dong., 2017:
Zwitterionic sulfobetaine polymer-immobilized surface by simple tyrosinase-mediated grafting for enhanced antifouling property

Li, F.; Yang, H.; Bie, N.; Xu, Q.; Yong, T.; Wang, Q.; Gan, L.; Yang, X., 2017:
Zwitterionic Temperature/Redox-Sensitive Nanogels for Near-Infrared Light-Triggered Synergistic Thermo-Chemotherapy

Ma, Q.; Hu, J.; Zhou, X-Rui.; Yuan, H-Jun.; Kumar, T.; Luan, S.; Wang, S-Min., 2016:
ZxAKT1 is essential for K + uptake and K + /Na + homeostasis in the succulent xerophyte Zygophyllum xanthoxylum

Jain, M.R.; Joharapurkar, A.A.; Kshirsagar, S.G.; Patel, V.J.; Bahekar, R.H.; Patel, H.V.; Jadav, P.A.; Patel, P.R.; Desai, R.C., 2017:
ZY15557, a novel, long acting inhibitor of dipeptidyl peptidase-4, for the treatment of Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Xie, J.; Tang, X.; Mo, F.; Li, G.; Zhu, G.; Wang, Z.; Fu, X.; Gao, X.; Dou, X., 2017:
ZY3-02 Laser Altimeter Footprint Geolocation Prediction

Aaserud, E., 2001:
Zyban in smoking cessation--where is medical ethics?

Tan, S.; Yao, J.; Flynn, J.A.; Yao, L.; Ward, M.M., 2017:
Zygapophyseal Joint Fusion in Ankylosing Spondylitis Assessed by Computed Tomography: Associations with Syndesmophytes and Spinal Motion

Capalbo-da-Silva, R.; Gomes-Ferreira, P.Henrique.Silva.; Alcalde, L.Fernando.Azambuja.; de Carvalho Reis, E.Neiva.Ribeiro.; de Deus, C.Borges.Duailibe.; Pastori, C.Maltonado.; Souza, F.Avila., 2017:
Zygomatic Arch Reconstruction With Miniplate of 2.0 System in Complex Fracture

Ketoff, S.; Girinon, F.; Schlager, S.; Friess, M.; Schouman, T.; Rouch, P.; Khonsari, R.H., 2016:
Zygomatic bone shape in intentional cranial deformations: a model for the study of the interactions between skull growth and facial morphology

Romeed, S.; Malik, R.; Dunne, S., 2012:
Zygomatic Implants: The Impact of Zygoma Bone Support on Biomechanics

Powers, D.B.; Fisher, E.; Erdmann, D., 2017:
Zygomatic Intraosseous Hemangioma: Case Report and Literature Review

Rybus-Kalinowska, B.; Kalinowski, M.; Teodorowicz-Rachuba, B.; Trzaska-Sobczak, M.; Jochem, J., 2017:
Zygomatic localization of Langerhans cell histiocytosis - a case report

Muecke, F., 1929:
Zygomatic Mastoiditis

Bozkaya, E.; Yüksel, A.Sema.; Bozkaya, Süleyman., 2017:
Zygomatic miniplates for skeletal anchorage in orthopedic correction of Class III malocclusion: A controlled clinical trial

Peretti, N.; MacLeod, S., 2017:
Zygomaticomaxillary complex fractures: diagnosis and treatment

Jianan, S.; Bing, X., 2017:
Zygomaticomaxillary complex fractures with infraorbital nerve damage

Maddux, S.D.; Butaric, L.N., 2017:
Zygomaticomaxillary Morphology and Maxillary Sinus Form and Function: How Spatial Constraints Influence Pneumatization Patterns among Modern Humans

Roy, Aée-Anne.; Efanov, J.I.; Mercier-Couture, Gève.; Chollet, Aé.; Borsuk, D.E., 2017:
Zygomatico-maxillary Reconstruction with Computer-aided Manufacturing of a Free DCIA Osseous Flap and Intraoral Anastomoses

Angelieri, F.; Franchi, L.; Cevidanes, L.H.S.; Hino, C.T.; Nguyen, T.; McNamara, J.A., 2017:
Zygomaticomaxillary suture maturation: A predictor of maxillary protraction? Part I - A classification method

Choi, D.Hun.; Eom, J.Ryeol.; Lee, J.Woo.; Yang, J.Dug.; Chung, H.Yun.; Cho, B.Chae.; Choi, K.Young., 2017:
Zygomatico-orbital artery: The largest artery in the temporal area

Weber, G.W.; Krenn, V.A., 2017:
Zygomatic Root Position in Recent and Fossil Hominids

Freifeld, A.G.; Iwen, P.C., 2005:
Zygomycosis

Vaideeswar, P.; Shah, R., 2017:
Zygomycotic infective endocarditis in pregnancy

Sequeira, V.; Couto, E.; Neves, A.; Vieira, A.R.; Paiva, R.B.; Canario, A.V.M.; Gordo, L.S., 2017:
Zygoparity and sex steroid hormone profiles in bluemouth Helicolenus dactylopterus

Yang, K-Jin.; Guo, L.; Hou, X-Li.; Gong, H-Qin.; Liu, C-Ming., 2017 :
ZYGOTE-ARREST 3 that encodes the tRNA ligase is essential for zygote division in Arabidopsis

Jukam, D.; Shariati, S.Ali.M.; Skotheim, J.M., 2017:
Zygotic Genome Activation in Vertebrates

Chen, J.; Strieder, N.; Krohn, N.G.; Cyprys, P.; Sprunck, S.; Engelmann, J.C.; Dresselhaus, T., 2017:
Zygotic Genome Activation Occurs Shortly after Fertilization in Maize

Han, M.K.L.; van der Krogt, G.N.M.; de Rooij, J., 2017:
Zygotic vinculin is not essential for embryonic development in zebrafish

Anonymous, 1983:
Zymark corporation

Little, S.P.; Dixon, E.P.; Norris, F.; Buckley, W.; Becker, G.W.; Johnson, M.; Dobbins, J.R.; Wyrick, T.; Miller, J.R.; MacKellar, W.; Hepburn, D.; Corvalan, J.; McClure, D.; Liu, X.; Stephenson, D.; Clemens, J.; Johnstone, E.M., 1997:
Zyme, a novel and potentially amyloidogenic enzyme cDNA isolated from Alzheimer's disease brain

Oort, J.; Willighagen, R.G., 1961:
Zymograms in human pathology

Ahmadifar, S.; Le, T.Canh.; Marcocci, L.; Pietrangeli, P.; Mateescu, M.Alexandru., 2017:
Zymographic approach to determine the intrinsic enzyme specific activity of diamine oxidase in presence of interfering enzymes

Jamdhade, A.R.; Sunkar, R.; Hivrale, V.K., 2017:
Zymographic Method for Distinguishing Different Classes of Superoxide Dismutases in Plants

Hawkes, S.P.; Li, H.; Taniguchi, G.T., 2001:
Zymography and reverse zymography for detecting MMPs, and TIMPs

Ren, Z.; Chen, J.; Khalil, R.A., 2017:
Zymography as a Research Tool in the Study of Matrix Metalloproteinase Inhibitors

Tapizquent, Mía.; Fernández, M.; Barreto, G.; Hernández, Z.; Contreras, L.M.; Kurz, L.; Wilkesman, J., 2017:
Zymography Detection of a Bacterial Extracellular Thermoalkaline Esterase/Lipase Activity

Mechoor, A.; Madanan, M.G., 2017:
Zymography in Multiwells for Quality Assessment of Proteinases

Gamero-Sandemetrio, E.; Gómez-Pastor, Río.; Matallana, E., 2017:
Zymography Methods to Simultaneously Analyze Superoxide Dismutase and Catalase Activities: Novel Application for Yeast Species Identification

Wilkesman, J.; Kurz, L., 2017:
Zymography Principles

Erzinger, G.Sidney.; Vitolo, M., 2008:
Zymomonas mobilis as catalyst for the biotechnological production of sorbitol and gluconic acid

Du, J.; Cheng, Y.; Dong, S.; Zhang, P.; Guo, J.; Han, J.; Gao, F.; Zhao, H.; Sun, D.; Cui, J.; Cai, J.; Liu, C., 2017:
Zymosan-a Protects the Hematopoietic System from Radiation-Induced Damage by Targeting TLR2 Signaling Pathway

Sanguedolce, M.V.; Capo, C.; Bouhamdan, M.; Bongrand, P.; Huang, C.K.; Mege, J.L., 1993:
Zymosan-induced tyrosine phosphorylations in human monocytes. Role of protein kinase C

Czejka, M.; Schüller, J.; Kletzl, H., 2017:
Zytoprotektion mit Amifostin (Ethyol ® ) in der Chemotherapie: Meta-Analyse zum pharmakokinetischen Interaktionspotential mit Zytostatika

Wang, Y.; Zhong, L.; Liu, X.; Zhu, Y.Zhun., 2017:
ZYZ-772 Prevents Cardiomyocyte Injury by Suppressing Nox4-Derived ROS Production and Apoptosis

Boyle, M., 1665:
A Confirmation of the Former Account Touching the Late Earth-Quake Near Oxford,and the Concomitants Thereof

Boyle, M., 1665:
A Further Account of Mr. Boyle's Experimental History of Cold

Rook, M., 1665:
A Method for Observing the Eclipses of the Moon, Free from the Common Inconveniencies, as It Was Left by the Learned Mr. Rook, Late Gresham-Professor of Geometry

Moray, R., 1665:
A Relation of Some Extraordinary Tydes in the West-Isles of Scotland, as It Was Communicated by Sr. Robert Moray

Colepresse, M., 1665:
A Relation of an Uncommon Accident in Two Aged Persons

Petit, M., 1665:
A Relation of the Advice Given by Monsieur Petit, Intendant of the Fortifications of Normandy. Touching the Conjunction of the Ocean and Mediterranean

Boyle, M., 1665:
A Way of Preserving Birds Taken Out of the Egge, and Other Small Faetus's; Communicated by Mr. Boyle

Moray, R.; Son, M. D., 1665:
A Way to Break Easily and Speedily the Hardest Rocks, Communicated by the Same Person, as He Received It from Monsieur Du Son, the Inventor

Hevelius,, 1665:
An Account of Hevelius His Prodromus Cometicus, Together with Some Animadversions Made upon It by a French Philosopher

Lower, R., 1665:
An Account of Mr. Richard Lower's Newly Published Vindication of Doctor Willis's Diatriba de Febribus

Earl of Sandwich,, 1665:
An Account of Some Observations, Lately Made in Spain, by His Excellency the Earl of Sandwich

Boyle, R., 1665:
An Account of a New Kind of Baroscope, Which May be Called Statical; And of Some Advantages and Conveniencies It Hath above the Mercurial: Communicated, Some While Since, by the Honourable Robert Boyle

Boyle, R., 1665:
An Account of a Very Odd Monstrous Calf

Moray, R., 1665:
An Account, How Adits & Mines are Wrought at Liege without Air-Shafts, Communicated by Sir Robert Moray

Wallis, J., 1665:
An Essay of Dr. John Wallis, Exhibiting His Hypothesis about the Flux and Reflux of the Sea, Taken from the Consideration of the Common Center of Gravity of the Earth and Moon; Together with an Appendix of the Same, Containing an Answer to Some Objections, Made by Severall Persons against That Hypothesis

Thomas, D., 1665:
An Observation Imparted to the Noble Mr. Boyle, by Mr. David Thomas, Touching Some Particulars Further Considerable in the Monster Mentioned in the First Papers of These Philosophical Transactions

Moray, R., 1665:
Considerations and Enquiries Concerning Tides, by Sir Robert Moray; Likewise for a Further Search into Dr. Wallis's Newly Publish't Hypothesis

Auzout, M., 1665:
Considerations of Monsieur Auzout upon Mr. Hook's New Instrument for Grinding of Optick-Glasses

Boyle, M., 1665:
General Heads for a Natural History of a Countrey, Great or Small, Imparted Likewise by Mr. Boyle

Auzout, M., 1665:
Monsieur Auzout's Judgment Touching the Apertures of Object-Glasses, and Their Proportions, in Respect of the Several Lengths of Telescopes

Auzout, M., 1665:
Monsieur Auzout's Speculations of the Changes, Likely to be Discovered in the Earth and Moon, by Their Respective Inhabitants

Hevelius, M., 1665:
Monsieur Hevelius's Calculation of the Late Solar Eclipse's Quantity, Duration, & c c

Hevelius, M.; Hugens, M., 1665:
Of Monsieur Hevelius's Promise of Imparting to the World His Invention of Making Optick Glasses; And of the Hopes Given by Monsieur Hugens of Zulichem, to Perform Something of the like Nature; As Also of the Expectations, Conceived of Some Ingenious Persons in England, to Improve Telescopes

de Sons, M., 1665:
Of Monsieur de Sons Progress in Working Parabolar Glasses

Ball, W., 1665:
Of an Observation, not Long Since Made in England, of Saturn

Boyle, R., 1665:
Other Inquiries Concerning the Sea

Moray, R., 1665:
Patternes of the Tables Proposed to be Made for Observing of Tides, Promised in the Next Foregoing Transactions; By Sr. Rob. Moray

Campani, S., 1665 :
Signor Campani's Answer: And Monsieur Auzout's Animadversions Thereon

Wallis, D., 1665:
Some Inquiries and Directions Concerning Tides, Proposed by Dr. Wallis, for the Proving or Disproving of His Lately Publish't Discourse Concerning Them

Hook, M., 1665:
Some Observations Lately Made at London Concerning the Planet Jupiter

Redi, F., 1665:
Some Observations of Vipers

Beale, D., 1665:
Some Promiscuous Observations, Made in Somerset-Shire, and Imparted by the Above-Mention'd Dr. Beale

Hevelius, M., 1665:
The Figure of the Stars in the Constellation of Cygnus; Together with the New Star in It, Discover'd Some Years Since, and Very Lately Seen by, M. Hevelius Again

Auzout, M., 1665:
The Instance of the Same Person to Mr. Hook, for Communicating His Contrivance of Making, with a Glass of a Sphere of 20 or 40 Foot Diameter, a Telescope Drawing Several Hundred Foot; And His Offer of Recompensing That Secret with Another, Teaching To Measure with a Telescope the Distances of Objects upon the Earth

Boyle, M., 1665:
Tryals Proposed by Mr. Boyle to Dr. Lower, to be Made by Him, for the Improvement of Transfusing Blood out of One Live Animal into Another; Promised Numb. 20. p. 357

Fracassati, S., 1666:
A Confirmation of the Experiments Mentioned in Numb. 27. to Have Been Made by Signor Fracassati in Italy, by Injecting Acid Liquors into Blood

Kircheri, A., 1666:
Account of Athanasii Kircheri China Illustrata

C., M.; Fairfax, D. Nath., 1666:
Account of a Great Number of Stones, Found in One Bladder, by the Same

Coxe, T., 1666:
An Account of Another Experiment of Transfusion, viz. of Bleeding a Mangy into a Sound Dog

Lower, R., 1666:
An Account of Making a Dog Draw His Breath Exactly Like a Wind-Broken Horse, as It Was Devised and Experimented by Dr. Richard Lower; With Some of His Instructive Observations Thereon

Malpighi, S., 1666:
An Account of Some Discoveries Concerning the Brain, and the Tongue, Made by Signior Malpighi, Professor of Physick in Sicily

Fracassati, S., 1666:
An Account of Some Experiments of Injecting Liquors into the Veins of Animals, Lately Made in Italy by Signior Fracassati Professor of Anatomy at Pisa

Colepresse, M., 1666:
An Account of Two Monstrous Births, not Long since Produced in Devonshire; Communicated by M. Colepresse

King, E., 1666:
An Account of an Easier and Safer Way of Transfusing Blood Out of One Animal into Another, viz. by the Veins, without Opening Any Artery of Either

Hook, M., 1666:
An Account of an Experiment Made by Mr. Hook, of Preserving Animals Alive by Blowing through Their Lungs with Bellows

Coga, A., 1666:
An Account of the Experiment of Transfusion, Practised upon a Man in London

Allen, T., 1666:
An Exact Narrative of an Hermaphrodite Now in London

Merret, C., 1666:
An Experiment of Making Cherry-Trees, That Have Withered Fruit, to Bear Full and Good Fruit; And of Recovering the Almost Withered Fruit

Fracassati, S., 1666:
An Experiment of Signior Fracassati upon Bloud Grown Cold

Merret, D., 1666:
An Experiment on Aloe Americana Serrati-Folia Weighed; Seeming to Import a Circulation of the Sappe in Plants, by the Same Dr. Merret

Fairfax, N., 1666:
Anatomical Observations on a Humane Body, Dead of Odd Diseases; As They Were Communicated by Dr. Nathanael Fairfax

Fairfax, N., 1666:
Divers Instances of Peculiarities of Nature, Both in Men and Brutes; Communicated by the Same

Henshaw, T.; Hill, A., 1666:
Inquiries for Hungary and Transylvania

Hook, M., 1666:
More Wayes for the Same Purpose, Intimated by M. Hook

King, E., 1666:
Observations Concerning Emmets or Ants, Their Eggs, Production, Progress, Coming to Maturity, Use, &c

Merret, C., 1666:
Observations Concerning the Uniting of Barks of Trees Cut, to the Tree It Self; Made by Christopher Merret M. D. and Read before the Royal Society January 9. 1666

Bullialdus, M., 1666:
Observations of the Star, Called Nebulosa, in the Girdle of Andromeda; And of the Wondrous Star in the Neck of the Whale: Made and Communicated by Monsieur Bullialdus

Beale, D., 1666:
Proposals to Try the Effects of the Pneumatick Engine Exhausted, in Plants, Seeds, Eggs of Silkworms

Dr.Fabritius,, 1666:
Some New Experiments of Injecting Medicated Liquors into Veins, Together with the Considerable Cures Perform'd Thereby

Septalius, M., 1666:
Some Observations Communicated by Signior Manfredus Septalius from Milan, Concerning Quicksilver Found at the Roots of Plants, and Shels Found upon In-Land Mountains

C., M.; Fairfax, D. Nath., 1666:
Some Observations Made in Mines, and at Sea, Occasioning a Conjecture about the Origine of Wind: Imparted by the Same Mr. C

Hook, M., 1668:
A Contrivance to Make the Picture of Any Thing Appear on a Wall, Cub-Board, or within a Picture-Frame, &c. in the Midst of a Light Room in the Day-Time; Or in the Night-Time in Any Room That is Enlightned with a Considerable Number of Candles; Devised and Communicated by the Ingenious Mr. Hook, as Follows

Justel, M., 1668:
A New Discovery Touching Vision

Wallis, J.; Wren, C., 1668:
A Summary Account of the General Laws of Motion by Dr. John Wallis, and Dr. Christopher Wren

Tonge, D., 1668:
Additional Answers of Dr. Tonge to Some of the Queries about Vegetables, Printed in Numb. 43

Colepresse, S., 1668:
An Account of Some Observations Made by Mr. Samuel Colepresse at and Nigh Plimouth, An. 1667. by Way of Answer to Some of the Quaeries Concerning Tides, Propos'd Numb. 17. and 18

Sturmy, S., 1668:
An Account of Some Observations, Made This Present Year by Capt. Samuel Sturmy in Hong-Road within Four Miles of Bristol, in Answer to Some of the Queries Concerning the Tydes, in No. 17 & No. 18

Norwood, M., 1668:
An Account of Some Particulars, Referring to Those of Jamaica, Numb. 27. and 36, Communicated by Mr. Norwood the Younger, an Eye-Witness

Gregory, J., 1668:
An Account of a Controversy Betwixt Stephano de Angelis, Professor of the Mathematicks in Padua, and Joh. Baptista Riccioli Jesuite as It Was Communicated Out of Their Lately Printed Books, by That Learned Mathematician Mr. Jacob Gregory, a Fellow of the R. Society

Holder, W., 1668:
An Account of an Experiment, Concerning Deafness, Communicated to the R. Society, by That Worthy and Learned Divine Dr. William Holder, as Followeth

Stubbes, D., 1668:
An Enlargement of the Observations, Formerly Publisht Numb. 27, Made and Generously Imparted by That Learn'd and Inquisitive Physitian, Dr. Stubbes

Harvey, D., 1668:
An Extract of the Anatomical Account, Written and Left by the Famous Dr. Harvey, Concerning Thomas Parre, Who Died in London at the Age of 152 Years and 9 Moneths

Moray, R., 1668:
Answers To Some of the Queries, Which Were Recommended by Sir R. Moray to Sir Phil. Vernatti, President in Java Major, were Lift Un-Answered of Those That are Found in the History of the R. Society, p. 158, &c

Gregories, M., 1668:
Mr. Gregories Answer to the Animadversions of Mr. Hugenius upon His Book, de Vera Circuli & Hyperbolae Quadratura; As They Were Publish'd in the Journal des Scavans of July 2. 1668

Cassini, G. D., 1668:
Some Observations Concerning the Comet, That Hath Lately Appear'd in Forain Parts, Communicated from Italy and Portugal

Bonglarus, V. D., 1668:
Testis Examinatus

Brouncker, V., 1668:
The Squaring of the Hyperbola, by an Infinite Series of Rational Numbers, Together with Its Demonstration, by that Eminent Mathematician, the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Brouncker

Wren, C., 1669:
A Description of Dr. Christopher Wren's Engin, Designed for Grinding Hyperbolical Glasses; As It Was in a Manner Promised Numb. 48. p. 962

Brown, E., 1669:
A Relation Concerning the Quick-Silver Mines in Friuli; Communicated by Dr. Edward Brown; Co Firming as Well the Accompt Formerly Given of That Subject, in Numb. 2. of these Transactious, as Enlarging the Same with Some Additions

Love, A. E. H., 1669:
A Relation of the Conferences Held at Paris in the Academy Royal for the Improvement of the Arts of Painting and Sculpture, as 'tis Found in the Iournal Des Scavans

Brown, E., 1669:
An Accompt from the Same Dr. Brown Concerning an Vn-Common Lake, Called the Zirchnitzer-Sea, in Carniola

Malpigii, M., 1669:
An Accompt of Some Books

Flamstead, J., 1669:
An Accompt of Such of the More Notable Celestial Phaenomena of the Year 1670, as Will be Conspicuous in the English Horizon; Written by the Learned and Industrious Mr. John Flamstead Novemb. 4 1669. and by Him Addressed and Recommended for Encouragement, to the Right Honorable, the Lord Viscount Brouncker, as President of the Royal Society

Wallis, J., 1669:
An Accompt of a Small Tract, Entitaled, Thomaehobbes Quadratura Circuli, Cubatio Sphaera, Duplicatio Cubi, (Secundo Edita,) Denuo Refutata, Auth. Joh. Wallis. S. T. D. Geom, Prof. Saviltano. Oxoniae, 1669

Collins, J., 1669:
An Account Concerning the Resolution of Equations in Numbers; Imparted Parted by Mr. John Collins

Hugens, M.; Picart, M., 1669:
An Observation of Saturne, Made at Paris, the 17th of August, 1668. at Hor. II 1/2 at Night, by M. Hugens and M. Picart; As 'tis Describ'd in the Journal Des Scavans of Febr.II, 1669

Beals, J., 1669:
Dr. John Beals Instances Promised in Numb. 42. and Intended to Shew the Correspondence of the Pith and Timber, with the Seed of the Plant; And That of the Bark or Sap in the Bark, with the Pulp of the Fruit, or Some Encompassing Coat, or Cod, Containing the Seed

Wren, C., 1669:
Generatio Corporis Cylindroidis Hyperbolici, Elaborandis Lenti bus Hyperbolicis Accommodati, Auth. Christophoro Wren L L D. et Regiorum Aedisiciorum Praefecto, Nec non Soc. Regiae Sodali

Tong, D., 1669:
Promiscuous Additions, Made by Dr. Tong, to What Was Communicated by the Same in Numb. 43. and 44. Concerning Vegetation

Coleprefs, S., 1669:
Some Considerations Touching the Variety of Slate, together with a Computation of the Charges in Generall, for Covering Houses Therewith; By Mr. Sam. Coleprefs

Jackson, W., 1669:
Some Inquiries Concerning the Salt-Springs and the Way of Salt-Making at Nantwich in Cheshire; Answer'd by the Learned and Observing William Jackfon Dr. of Physick

King, E.; de Grieff, R., 1669:
Some Observations Concerning the Organs of Generation, Made by Dr. Edmund King. a Fellow of the R. Society, and by Dr Regnerus De Grieff, Physitian in Holland; Which Later Occasioned the Publishing of the Former

Wren, C., 1669:
The Description of an Instrument Invented Divers Years Ago by Dr. Christopher Wren, for Drawing the Out-Lines of Any Object in Perspective

Durfton, W., 1670:
A Narrative of a Monstrous Birth in Plymouth, Octob. 22. 1670; Together with the Anatomical Observations, Taken thereupon by William Durfton Doctor in Physick, and Communicated to Dr. Tim. Clerk

Brown, E., 1670:
An Accompt Concerning the Baths of Austria and Hungary; as Also Some Stone-Quarrries, Talcum Rocks, &c. in Those Parts: By the Same Hand

Brown, E., 1670:
An Accompt Given by Doctor Edward Brown, Concerning the Copper-Mine at Herrn-Ground in Hungary

Bartholin, E., 1670:
An Accompt of Sundry Experiments Made and Communicated by That Learn'd Mathematician, Dr. Erasmus Bartholin, upon a Chrystal-Like Body, Sent to Him Out of Island

Bellini, L., 1670:
An Extract Out of a Lately Printed Epistolary Address, Made to the G. Duke of Toscany Touching Some Anatomical Engagements, of Laur. Bellini, Ord. Anat. Prof. at Pisa

Oldenburg, H., 1670:
Epistle Dedicatory

King, E., 1670:
Observations on Insects, Lodging Themselves in Old Willows, Produced Before the Royal Society by Dr. Edmund King, July 14. 1670

de Zulechem, M. H.; Hook, M., 1670:
Some Communications, Confirming the Present Appearance of the Ring about Saturn, by M. Hugens de Zulechem and Mr. Hook

Tonge, E., 1670 :
Some Observations Concerning the Variety of the Running of Sapin Trees, Compared with a Weather Glass; Made in April, 1670. together with Some Ways of Ordering Birch Water: By Dr. Ez. Tonge

Tonge, E.; Willoughby, F., 1670:
Some Observations, Directions and Inquiries Concerning the Motion of Sap in Trees, in Pursuance of What Was Formerly Begun Therein, about the Latter End of 1668. and the Next Following Spring, by Dr Ezerel Tonge, and Francis Willoughby Esq

Fish, S., 1671:
A Further Accompt of the Stellar Fifth; Formerly Described in Numb. 57. p. 1153; With the Addition of Some Other Curiosities

Templer, J., 1671:
A Relation of Two Considerable Hurricans, Happened in Northampton-Shire, not above Four Miles Distance from One Another, within tho Compass of Less then Twelve Calendar-Months: Communicated by Mr. John Templer of Braybrook to a Friend of His in London

Collins, J., 1671:
A Solution, Given by Mr. John Collins of a Chorographical Probleme, Proposed by Richard Townley Esq. Who Doubtless Hath Solved the Same Otherwise

Moreland, S., 1671:
An Account of the Speaking Trumpet, as It Hath Been Contrived and Published by Sir Sam. Moreland Knight and Baronet; Together with Its Uses Both at Sea and Land. Printed at London An. 1671

Sterpin, M., 1671:
An Advertisement Necessary to be Given to the Readers of the Latin Version, Made by Mr. Sterpin at Copenhagen, of the Philosophical Tranfactions of A. 1669; Printed at Franckfurt on the Main by Dan. Pauli, A. 1671

Cassini, S., 1671:
An Intimation of Divers Philosophical Particulars, Now Undertaken and Consider'd by Several Ingenious and Learned Men; Here Inserted to Excite Others to Joyn with Them in the Same or the Like Attempts and Observations

Hevelius, J., 1671:
Another Accompt of the Same Subject, Englished Out of the French Journal Des Scavans, Printed at Paris the 22th of June 1671

Flamsteed, J., 1671:
De Lunae ad Pleiadas Reliquas Applicationibus, Anno 1672 Observandis, Promissa Appendicula Johannis Flamsteed

Hook, M., 1671:
Observations Made by Mr. Hook, of Some Spots in the Sun, Return'd after they Had Passed Over the Upper Hemi Sphere of the Sun Which is Bid from Us; According as Was Predicted

Rinaldini, C., 1671:
Some Experiments of Signor Carolo Rinaldini, Philosopher and Mathematician in the University of Padoua; Shewing the Difference of Ice Made without Air, from That Which is Produced with Air: In the Same Venetian Journal

Templer, J., 1671:
Some Further Observations of Mr. John Templer, about the Shining of Glow-Worms

Cassini, S., 1672:
A Relation of the Return of a Great Permanent Spot in the Planet Jupiter, Observed by Signor Cassini, One of the Royal Parisian Academy of the Sciences

Newton, M., 1672:
An Accompt of a New Catadioptrical Telescope Invented by Mr. Newton, Fellow of the R. Society, and Professor of the Mathematiques in the University of Cambridge

Kerkringius, D., 1672:
An Account of What Hath Been of Late Observed by Dr. Kerkringius Concerning Eggs to be Found in All Sorts of Females

Wallis, D., 1672:
Ejusdem Doctoris Wallis II Non-Nulla, De Centro Gravitatis Hyperbolae, Praegreffae Epistolae Subnexa

Wallisii, J.; Wallis, J., 1672:
Epitome Binae Methodi Tangentium Doctoris Johannis Wallisii Geom. Prof. Saviliani Oxoniae; Alias Fusius & Explicatius Ab Ipso Traditae, Hic Vero Ob Angustiam Loci Compendifactae: In Quarum Schematismis Si Forsan Literae Quaedam Redundaverint, Illae Ad Ea Pertinere Censendae Sunt, Quae in Ampliori Ejusdem Scripto Continentur, Hic Vero Dicta de Causa Omittantur

Newton, I., 1672:
Mr. Isaac Newtons Answer to Some Considerations upon His Doctrine of Light and Colors; Which Doctrine Was Printed in Numb. 80. of These Tracts

Flamstead, J., 1672:
Observationes Jovis ad duas Fixas Transeuntis, Derbia Anglorum Habitae Mensibus Febr. & Martii A. 1671/72 St. Veteri a Joh. Flamstead

Cassini, S., 1672:
Observations of a New Comet, Made at Paris in the Royal Observatory by Signor Cassini

Needham, W.; Pecquet, M., 1672:
Some Annotations of the Learned Dr. Walter Needham upon a Discovery Pretended to Have Been Made by the Famous Monsieur Pecquet of a Communication between the Ductus Thoracicus and the Inferior Vena Cava

Wallis, D., 1673:
A Confirmation, Given by Dr. Wallis, of what Was Deliver'd in Numb. 90. about the Strange Freezing in Somersetshire

William Thomson, 1673:
A Description of a Bee· House, Useful for Preventing the Swarming of Bees, Used in Scotland with Good Success; Whereof One, Sent by a Worthy Gentleman, Sir William Thomson,May be Seen in Gresham Colledg

Cassini, S., 1673:
A Discovery of Two New Planets about Saturn, Made in the Royal Parisian Observatory by Signor Cassini, Fellow of Both the Royal Societys, of England and France; English't Out of French

Kirkby, C., 1673:
A Relation from Dantzick, of an Uncommon Case in Physick; and another from the Same Place, about an Odd Effect of Thunder and Lightning upon Wheat and Rye in the Granaries of that City

Leewenhoeck, M.; de Graaf, R., 1673:
A Specimen of Some Observations Made by a Microscope, Contrived by M. Leewenhoeck in Holland, Lately Communicated by Dr. Regnerus de Graaf

Templer, J., 1673:
A Way of Making Vines Grow to Advantage, all Over the Roof of a House; Communicated by Mr. John Templer

Boccone, P., 1673:
An Account of Some of the Natural Things, with Which the Intelligent and Inquisitive Signor Paulo Boccone, of Sicily, Hath Lately Presented the Royal Society, and Enriched Their Repository

Templer, J., 1673:
An Observation, Made by the Same Mr. Templer upon the Motion of the Hearts of Two Urchius, after Their Being Cut Out

Hugenianis, S., 1673:
Continuatio Excerptorum ex Epistolis Slusianis & Hugenianis, Super Alhazeni Problemate Optico, in Aitis is Philosophicis Proxime Pragressis Commemorato

Wallisii, J., 1673:
Epistola Doct. Johannis Wallisii, Primam Inventionem & Demonstrationem Aequalitatis Lineae Curvae Paraboloidis cum Recta, Anno 1657. Factam, Dn. Guilielmo Neile p. m. Afferens; Proximeque Dn. Christophoro Wren Equiti, Inventionem Lineae Rectae Aequalis Cycloidi Ejufque Partibus, Anno 1658

Denis, M., 1673:
Experimens of a Present and Safe way of Staunching by a Liquor the Blood of Arteries as Well as Veins; Made Both in London and Paris

Slusiii,, 1673:
Illustrissimi Slusiii Modus, Quo Demonstrat Methodum Suam Ducendi Tangentes ad Quaslibet Curvas Absq Calculo, Antehac Traditam in Horum Actorum No. 90

Flamstedius, J., 1673:
Johannis Flamstedii Derbiensis Angli, A D Clarissimum Cassinum Epistola, Novas Observationes Extimarum Elongationum Siderum Medicaeorum a Centro Jovis, Nova sed & Accurata Ratione Habitas, Exhibens; Adjectis Quibusdam Observationibus Non-Vulgaribus, Planetarum Diametros & a Fixis Distantias, Nec non Martis Acronici & Perigei Parallaxin &c Spectantibus

Flamstead, J., 1673:
Lunae ad Fixas Appulsus, Derbiae Anno 1674. Observabiles, ab Ephemeride Doctislimi D. Heckeri Deducti, & Brevibus Notis Descriptia J. Flamstead

de Sancto-Claro Scoto-Lothiano, I., 1673:
Parallelogrammum Prosopographicum Sive Modus Novus Delineandi per Radios Parallelos ad Aequalitatem Orthogrophicam, Gestus, Situs, Habitusque Quoscunque Humani Corporis, Servata Symmetria,& Proportione Partium. Autore Ioanne de Sancto-Claro Scoto-Lothiano

Grew, N., 1673:
Some Observations Touching the Nature of Snow, Presented to the R. Society by Dr. Nehemiah Grew

Leewenhoecks, M., 1673:
The Figures of Some of Mr. Leewenhoecks Microscopical Observations, Formerly Publish't (in Numb.94. p. 6037.6038.) together with Their Explication

Bond, H., 1673:
The Undertakings of Mr. Henry Bond Senior, a Famous Teacher of the Art of Navigation in London, Concerning the Variation of the Variation of the Magnetical Compass and the Inclination of the Inclinatory Needle; as the Result and Conclusion of 38. Years Magnetical Study

Havelius, M., 1674:
A Certain Phaenomenon, Seen by Monsieur Havelius, Feb. 5. 1674. St. No. not Far from Marienburg in Boroussia -about the Sun a Little before His Setting and the Moon's Conjunction, and the Sun's Eclipse, (Which Yet Was Not Seen by Him.)

Coxe, D., 1674:
A Discourse Denying the Prae-Existence of Alcalizate or Fixed Salt in Any Subject, before It Were Exposed to the Action of the Fire: To Which is Added a Confirmation of an Assertion, Deliver'd in Numb. 101. p. 5. Section 6. of These Tracts, viz. That Alcalizate or Fixed Salts Extracted out of the Ashes of Vegetables, Do Not Differ from Each Other: The Same Likewise Affirmed of Volatil Salts and Vinous Spirits; by the Learned Dr. Daniel Coxe

du Gard, S., 1674:
A Relation Sent Novemb. 16. 1674. from a Very Credible and Ingenious Person, Mr. Samuel du Gard, Rector of Forton in Shropshire, to Dr. Ra. Bathurst Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, and by Him Communicated to a Friend of His in London; Concerning a Strange Kind of Bleeding in a Little Child

Coxe, D., 1674:
A Way of Extracting a Volatil Salt and Spirit Out of Vegetables; Intimated in Numb. 100. p. 7002; Experimented, and Imparted by the Learned and Intelligent Dr. Daniel Coxe, Fellow of the R. Society

Coxe, D., 1674:
AContinuation of Dr. Daniel Coxe's Discourse, Begunin Numb. 107. Touching the Identity of All Volatil Salts, and Vinous Spirits; Together with Two Surprizing Experiments Concerning Vegetable Salts, Perfectly Resembling the Shape of the Plants, Whence They Bad Been Obtained

Hook, M.; Flamstead, M.; Bullialdus,, 1674:
An Account of What Bath Been Observed Here in London and Derby, by Mr. Hook, Mr. Flamstead, and Others, Concerning the Late Eclipse of the Moon, of Jan. 1. 164/5

Tulpius, D., 1674:
An Account of a Notable Case of a Dropsy Mistaken For Gravidation in a Young Woman; Communicated by a Learned and Inquifitive Physitian in Holland, Confiderably Enlarging the Observation Made of the Same Case by the Famous Dr. Tulpius, lib. 4. Obs. c. 48

Sampson, D., 1674:
An Observation Made by the Learned Dr. Sampson of a Man Anatomised, Whose Bowels Were Found Inverted

Howard, C., 1674:
Brief Directions How to Tan Leather according to the New Invention of the Honourable Charles Howard of Norfolk, Experimented and Approved of by Divers of the Principal Tanners Using Leaden-Hall Market

Morelands, S., 1674:
Sir Samuel Morelands Undertaking for Raising of Water

Picarts, M., 1675 :
A Breviate of Monsieur Picarts Account of the Measure of the Earth

I, A.; Boyle, R., 1675:
A Conjecture Concerning the Bladders of Air That are Found in Fishes, Communicated by A. I; And Illustrated by an Experiment Suggested by the Honorable Robert Boyle

Hugens, M.; Papin, M., 1675:
A Continuation of the Experiments Made by Monsieur Hugens, and M. Papin, in the Air Pump; Which are about the Preservation of Bodies

Boyle, R., 1675:
A New Essay-Instrument Invented and Described by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Together with the Uses Thereof

Johanne Flamsteadio, 1675:
Lunae Totaliter Deficientis Observationes, Londini in Arce Londlnensi Habitae, Idque in Aedibus & cum Instrumentis Jonae More Equ. Aurati, a Johanne Flamsteadio, Astr. Regio, Nocte Sequente d. Junii 26. 1675. St. vet

Flamsteadio, J., 1675:
Lunae Totaliter Deficientis Observationes, Londini in Arce Londlnensi Habitae, Idque in Aedibus & cum Instrumentis Jonae More Equ. Aurati, a Johanne Flamsteadio, Astr. Regio, Nocte Sequente d. Junii 26. 1675. St. vet

Boyle, R., 1675:
New Experiments about the Weaken'd Spring and Some Un-Observ'd Effects of the Air: Made and Communicated by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq

Hevelio, J., 1675:
Observatio Eclipseos Lunae Totalis cum Occultationibus Quarundam Fixarum, Habita a Joh. Hevelio Anno 1675. Die, II Januarii St. n. Vesp

Veteri, S., 1675:
Observationes Eclipsis Lunaris, Habitae Parisiis; Comparandae cum iis, Quae Peractae Fuerunt Londini d. Junii 26. 1675. St. Veteri, Traditaeque in His Actis Phil. Num. 116. p. 371

R., B., 1675 :
Of the Incalescence of Quicksilver with Gold, Generously Imparted by B. R

Leewenhoeck, M., 1675:
Other Microscopical Observations, Made by the Same, about the Texture of the Blood, the Sap of Some Plants, the Figure of Sugar and Salt, and the Probable Cause of the Difference of Their Tasts

Papin, M.; Hugens, M., 1675:
Some Experiments Made in the Air Pump upon Plants, Together with a Way of Taking Exhausted Receivers Away from off the Said Exgin: Tryed by the Same Persons Mention'd in Numb. 119. viz. Monsieur Hugens and M. Papin

Papin, M.; Hugens, M., 1675:
Some Experiments Made in the Air-Pump by Monsieur Papin, Directed by Monsieur Hugens, (as Appears in the Discour se Printed at Paris, 1674)

Hugens, M.; Papin, M., 1675:
Some Experiments Touching Animals, Made in the Air-Pump by the Persons Formerly Mentioned, viz. Monsieur Hugens and M. Papin

Linus, F., 1675:
Some Optical Assertions Concerning the Rain-Bow, Transmitted by the Learned Franciscus Linus from Liege, Where They were Publickly Discussed in August Last. Deliver'd Here in the Same Language, Wherein They Were Communicated

Boyle, M., 1676:
A Continuation of Mr. Boyle' s Experiments Published in the Last Transactions; for Which There Was No Room There

Cole, W., 1676:
A Discourse Concerning the Spiral, Instead of the Supposed Annular, Structure of the Fibres of the Intestins; Discover'd and Shewn by the Learn'd and Inquisitive Dr. William Cole to the R.Society

Glover, T., 1676:
An Account of Virginia, Its Scituation, Temperature, Productions, Inhabitants, and their Manner of Planting and Ordering Tobacco, etc. Communicated by Mr. Thomas Glover, An Ingenious Chirurgion that Hath Lived Some Years in That Country

Flamstead, M.; Halleys, E., 1676:
An Extract of an Account Given by Mr. Flamstead of His Own and Mr. Edmund Halleys Observations Concerning the Spots in the Sun, Appearing in July and August 1676

Hevelio, J., 1676:
Eclipsis Lunaris Anno 1676, Die I. Januarii Mane Observata Gedani

Hevelio, J., 1676:
Eclipsis Solis Anno 1675, Die 23 Junii Mane st.n. Observ. Gedani

Hally, E., 1676:
Methodus Directa & Geometrica, Cujus Ope Investigantur Aphelia, Eccentricitates, Proportionesque Orbium Planetarum Primariorum, Absque Supposita Aequalitate Anguli Motus, ad Alterum Ellipsews Focum, ab Astronomis Hactenus Usurpati. Anth. Edmundo Hally Jun. e Collegio Reginae Oxon

Bullialdus, M.; Richelts, M., 1676:
Monsieur Bullialdus and M. Richelts Account of the Last Lunar Eclipse of Januar, I. 1676. St. Novoi Whereby It Appears That the Rudolphin Tables or Hecker's Calculos Made thereon, do Considerably Differ from the Heavens Both for Duration and Magnitude, but the Philolaique Tables, Less

Taverniers, M., 1676:
More Observations of Monsieur Taverniers Voyages; Promised in the Next Foregoing Tract

Flamstead, M.; Townlye, M.; Halton, M.; Cassini, S.; Hevelius, M., 1676:
Mr. Flamsteads, Mr. Townlyes, Mr. Haltons, Signor Cassini's and Monsieur Hevelius's, Observations of the Late Eclipse of the Sun

Boyle, R., 1676:
New Experiments Made and Communicated by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esquire; about the Superficial Figures of Fluids, Especially of Liquors Contiguous to Other Liquors

Hevelius, M.; Flamstead, M.; Hally, M., 1676:
The Occultation of the Planet Mars by the Moon, Observed by Mons. Hevelius, Mr. Flamstead and Mr. Hally

Marshal, E., 1677:
A Description of the Diamond-Mines, as It was Presented by the Right Honourable, the Earl Marshal of England, to the R. Society

Moray, R., 1677:
A Description of the Island Hirta; Communicated Also by Sr. Robert Moray

de Gennes, M., 1677:
A New Engin to Make Linen-Cloth Without the Help of an Artificer, Presented to the Royal Academy, by Monsieur De Gennes, an Officer Belonging to the Sea. Extracted out of the Journal de Scavans

Gennes, M. D., 1677:
A New Invention of a Clock Ascendent on a Plain Inclin'd: By Mr. De Gennes, an Officer Belonging to the Sea. Extracted out of the Journal Des Scavans

Moray, R., 1677:
A Relation Concerning Barnacles, by Sr. Robert Moray, Lately one of His Majesties Council for the Kingdom of Scotland

Moslyn, R., 1677:
A Relation of Some Strange Phaenomena, Accompanied with Mischievous Effects in a Cole Work in Flint Shire; Sent March 31. 1677. to the Reverend and Eminently Learned Dr. Bathurst, Dean of Bath and Wells, by an Ingenious Gentleman, Mr. Roger Moslyn, of the Inner Temple, Who, at the Said Doctor's Request, Obtained It from His Fathers Steward and Overseer of His Cole-Works, Who was upon the Place when the Thing Was Done; the Same Mr. Moslyn Being Also Assured of It from His Father, Sr. Roger M

Morris, S., 1677:
A Relation of a Monstrous Birth, Made by Dr. S. Morris of Petworth in Suffex, from His Own Observation: And by Him Sent to Dr. Charles Goodall of London; Both of the Colledge of Physicians, London

Ent, M.; Milford, M., 1677:
A Relation of a Worm Voided by Urine; Communicated by Mr. Ent: to Whom It Was Sent by Mr. Matthew Milford

Vernatti, P., 1677 :
A Relation of the Making of Ceruss, by Sir Philiberto Vernatti

Merret, C., 1677:
A Relation of the Tinn-Mines, and Working of Tinn in the County of Cornwal; by Dr. Christopher Merret

Powle, H., 1677:
An Account of Iron-Works in the Forest of Dean, Communicated by Henry Powle, Esquire

Howard, C., 1677:
An Account of the Culture, or Planting and Ordering of Saffron; by the Honourable Charles Howard, Esquire

Colwall, D., 1677:
An Account of the English Alum-Works, Communicated by Daniel Colwall Esquire

Moray, R., 1677:
An Account of the Manner of Making Malt in Scotland; by Sir Robert Moray

Cole, W.; Rastell, T., 1677:
An Account of the Salt Waters of Droytwich in Worcestershire; Sent by Dr. William Cole from Dr. Tho. Rastell, who Hath Lived Many Years upon the Place, and Hath There Several Phats of His Own

Colwall, D., 1677:
An Account of the Way of Making English Green-Copperas, Communicated by the Same

Moxon, J., 1677:
An Advertisement of the Monthly Continuation of the Mechanick Exercises; by Mr. Joseph Moxon

Tyson, E., 1677:
An Anatomical Observation of Four Ureters in an Infant, and Some Remarks on the Gladulae Renales, Made by the Same Ingenious Person

Ent, M., 1677 :
An Essay Tending to Make a Probable Conjecture of Tempers and Dispofitions by the Modulations of the Voice in Ordinary Discourse. Communicated Also by the Forementioned Person

Tyson, E., 1677:
Anatomical Observations of an Abscess in the Liver; a Great Number of Stones in the Gall-Bag and Bilious Vessels; an Un-Usual Conformation of the Emulgents and Pelvis; A Strange Conjunction of Both Kidneys; and Great Dilatation of the Vena Cava, Communicated by Edw. Tyson A. M. and M.S. Oxon

Vernay, M. D., 1677:
Anatomical Observations of the Structure of the Nose: Made by Mons. Du Vernay. Taken out of the Journal Des Scavans

Cassinius, J. D., 1677:
Clarissimo Viro Domino Nehemiae Greuio Regiae Societatis a Secretis Jo. Dominicus Cassinius S. P. D

Goddard, J., 1677:
Experiments of Refining Gold with Antimony; Made by Dr. Jonathan Goddard

Leeuwenhoeck, A., 1677:
Microscopical Observations of the Structure of Hair: Made Also and Communicated by the above Said Mr. Anthony Leeuwenhoeck

Gallet, M., 1677:
Monsieur Gallet's Observation of the Solar Eclips on the 11th of June, 1676

Lewenhoeck, D. A., 1677:
Observationes D. Anthonii Lewenhoeck, De Natis E Semine Genitali Animalculis

Guattini, M. A. D., 1677:
Observations of Some Animals, and of a Strange Plant, Made in a Voyage into the Kingdom of Congo: by Michael Angelo De Guattini and Dionysius of Placenza, Missionaries Thither. Extracted out of the Journal des Scavans

Bullialdus, I., 1677:
Societaeis Regiae Anglicae Illustrissimis, Celeberrimis Atque Sapientissimis Viris Ismael Bullialdus, S.P.D

Cassini, S., 1677:
Some New Observations Made by Sig. Cassini and Deliver'd in the Journal Des Scavans., Concerning the Two Planets about Saturn, Formerly Discover'd by the Same, as Appears in N. 92. of the se Tracts

Goddard, J., 1677:
Some Observations of a Cameleon, Made by Dr. Jonathan Goddard, Late Professor of Physick at Gresham-College, London

Merrit, C., 1677:
The Art of Refining, Communicated by Dr. Christopher Merrit

Beale, J., 1677:
The Continuation of the Hortulan and Rural Advertisements, Promised in the Next Foregoing Tract; Communicated by the Same Hand, Dr. John Beale

Winthorp, M., 1677:
The Description, Culture, and Use of Maiz. Communicated by Mr. Winthorp

Graves, J.; Ent, G., 1677:
The Manner of Hatching Chicken at Cairo, Observed by Mr. John Graves, Sometime Professor of Astronomy at Oxford; and Communicated by Sr. George Ent, Late President of the College of Physitians, London

Briggs, V V., 1683:
A Continuation of a Discourse about Vision, with an Examination of Some Late Objections against It. By V Villiam Briggs M. D. and Fellow of the College of Physitians

Flamstead, M., 1683:
A Correct Tide-Table, Shewing the True Times of the High-Waters at London-Bridge, to Every Day in the Year 1683. By Mr. Flamstead

Hally, E., 1683:
A Correction of the Theory of the Motion of the Satelite. of Saturn, by That Ingenious Astronomer Mr. Edmund Hally

Southwel, R., 1683:
A Description of Pen-Park-Hole in Glocestershire; Communicated by Sir Robert Southwel

Beaumont, J., 1683:
A Further Account of Some Rock-Plants Growing in the Lead Mines of Mendip Hills, Mention'd in the Philosophical Transactions, Numb. 129. by the Ingenious Mr. John Beaumont jun. of Stony-Easton in Sommerset Shire

Edmund Halley, 1683:
A Theory of the Variation of the Magnetical COMPASS, by Mr. Ed. Halley Fellow of the R. S

Halley, E., 1683:
A Theory of the Variation of the Magnetical COMPASS, by Mr. Ed. Halley Fellow of the R. S

Slare, F., 1683:
An Account of Some Experiments Made at Several Meetings of the Royal Society by the Ingenious Fred. Slare M. D. Fellow of the Royal Society, and One of the Colledge of Physitians, with Some Short Applications of Them to Physical Matters

Musgrave, W., 1683:
An Account of the Cutting out the Caecum of a Bitch by the Ingenious William Musgrave LL. B. Student in Physick, and Fellow of New-College Oxon

J. F. Astron, 1683:
An Exact Account of the Three Late Conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter, (within the Space or Less than Seven Months according to Accurate Observations) viz. Octob. 14. 82, &c. Together with an Account of what Other Conjunctions of Them There Happened for More Than 100: Years Last; Beginning at the Year 1563: And a Table Computed Whereby to Make an Estimate of what Other Conjnnctions Have Happened for the Time Past, or That Will Happen for the Time to Come. All by J. F. Astron. Reg. et R. S. S

Astron, J. F., 1683:
An Exact Account of the Three Late Conjunctions of Saturn and Jupiter, (within the Space or Less than Seven Months according to Accurate Observations) viz. Octob. 14. 82, &c. Together with an Account of what Other Conjunctions of Them There Happened for More Than 100: Years Last; Beginning at the Year 1563: And a Table Computed Whereby to Make an Estimate of what Other Conjnnctions Have Happened for the Time Past, or That Will Happen for the Time to Come. All by J. F. Astron. Reg. et R. S. S

Heathcot, T.; Flamstead, M., 1683:
An Observation of the Beginning of the Lunar Eclipse which Hapned Aug. 19. 1681. in the Morning, Made on the Island of St. Lawrence or Madagascar, by Mr. Tho. Heathcot, and Communicated by Mr. Flamstead

Hevelio, J., 1683:
Eclipsis Lunae Totalis Cum Mora, Anno 1682, die 21 & 22 Feb. vesp.& mane st.n. Observata Gedani a Joh. Hevelio

Joh. Hevelio, 1683:
Eclipsis Lunae Totalis Cum Morâ, Anno 1682, die 21 & 22 Feb. vesp.& mane st.n. Observata Gedani à Joh. Hevelio

Smith, T., 1683:
Historical Observations Relating to Constantinople. By the Reverend and Learned Tho. Smith D. D. Fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxon, and of the Royal Society

Hevelii, J., 1683:
Joh. Hevelii Historiola Cometae Anni 1683

Hevelii, J., 1683:
Johannis Hevelii Observationes, Circa Nonnulas Occultationes Fixarum, Gedani Anno 1683. Habitae

Tyson, E., 1683:
Lumbricus Latus, or a Discourse Read before the Royal Society of the Joynted Worm, Wherein a great Many Mistakes of Former Writers concerning It, are Remarked; Its Natural History from More Exact Observations is Attempted; and the Whole Urged, as a Difficulty against the Doctrine of Univocal Generation: By Edward Tyson M. D. Col. Med. Lond. Nec Non Reg. Societ. Soc

Edward Tyson, 1683:
Lumbricus Teres, or Some Anatomical Observations on the Round Worm Bred in Human Bodies. By Edward Tyson M. D. Col. Med. Lond. Nec Non. Reg. Societ. Soc

Tyson, E., 1683:
Lumbricus Teres, or Some Anatomical Observations on the Round Worm Bred in Human Bodies. By Edward Tyson M. D. Col. Med. Lond. Nec Non. Reg. Societ. Soc

Flamsteedio, J., 1683:
Observationes Defectus Lunaris Grenovici Habitae in Ohservatorio Regio Februarij 11/21 1682. p. m. a Johanne Flamsteedio Math. Reg

Johanne Flamsteedio, 1683:
Observationes Defectus Lunaris Grenovici Habitae in Ohservatorio Regio Februarij 11/21 1682. p. m. à Johanne Flamsteedio Math. Reg

Lister, M., 1683:
Some Observations upon the Ruins of a Roman Wall and Multangular-Tower at York. By the Judicious Mar. Lister Esq

Lister, M., 1683:
Some Probable Thoughts of the White Ness of the Chyle, and what It is after It is Conveyed within the Arteries. By the Learned Martin Lister Esq

Hevelio, J., 1683:
Succincta Historiola, De Tribus Conjunctionibus Magnis Saturni Scilicet Jovis Nec Non Martis, Gedani Exeunte Anno 1682. et Initio Anni 1683. ad 28. Maiist. n.usque, a Johanne Hevelio Observatis

Johanne Hevelio, 1683:
Succincta Historiola, De Tribus Conjunctionibus Magnis Saturni Scilicet Jovis Nec Non Martis, Gedani Exeunte Anno 1682. et Initio Anni 1683. ad 28. Maiist. n.usque, à Johanne Hevelio Observatis

Tyson, E., 1683:
Vipera Caudi-Sona Americana, Or the Anatomy of a Rattle-Snake, Dissected at the Repository of the Royal Society in January 1682/3 by Edw. Tyson M.D. Coll. Med. Lond. Cand. & R. S. Soc

Bullialdus, ; Cassini,, 1684:
A Calculation of the Same Eclips, Juxta Tabulas Philolaicas with the Observations of the Learned Bullialdus and Cassini

Smith, T., 1684:
A Conjecture about an Under-Current at the Streights-Mouth, Read before the Oxford Society, Dec. 21. 1683. by the Reverend and Learned Tho. Smith D. D. Fellow of Mag.Col. Oxon.and of the R. Society

Plot, R.; Bobart, J., 1684:
A Discourse Concerning the Effects of the Great Frost, on Trees and Other Plants Anno 1683. Drawn from the Answers to Some Queries Sent into Divers Countries by Dr. Rob. Plot S. R. S. and from Several Observations Made at Oxford, by the Skilful Botanist Mr. Jacob Bobart

Lister, M., 1684:
A Discourse concerning the Rising and Falling of the Quicksilver in the Barometer; And What May be Gathered from Its Great Rise in Frosty Weather, as to a Healthy or Sickly Season; Presented the Royal Society March 20. 1683. by the Learned Dr. Martin Lister, Fellow of the R. S

Plot, R., 1684:
A Discourse concerning the Sepulchral Lamps of the Ancients, Shewing the Possibility of Their being Made Divers Waies, Read before the Philosophical Society of Oxford, May the 7. 1684. by Robert Plot LL. D. Director of Experiments to the Said Society

Slare, F., 1684:
An Abstract of a Treatise of the Calculus Humanus in Answer to Several Queries Proposed by Sir John Hoskins; By the Learned and Ingenious Fred. Slare M. D. and Fellow of the Royal Society

Gould, W., 1684:
An Account of a Polypus Found in the Heart of a Person That Died Epileptical, at Oxon. by W. G. M B. Fellow of Wadham Colledge and of the Royal Society

I. F., 1684:
An Account of a Spot Seen in the Sun from the 25th. of April to the 8th. of May Instant, with the Line of Its Course Predicted, If It Make a Second Return, by I. F. Astron. Reg

F., I., 1684:
An Account of a Spot Seen in the Sun from the 25th. of April to the 8th. of May Instant, with the Line of Its Course Predicted, If It Make a Second Return, by I. F. Astron. Reg

Smith, T., 1684:
An Account of the City of Prusa in Bithynia, and a Continuation of the Historical Observations Relating to Constantinople, by the Reverend and Learned Tho. Smith D. D. Fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxon. and of the Royal Society

Lister, M., 1684:
An Ingenious Proposal for a New Sort of Maps of Countrys, together with Tables of Sands and Clays, Such Chiefly as are Found in the North Parts of England, Drawn up about 10 Years Since, and Delivered to the Royal Society Mar. 12. 1683. by the Learned Martin Lister M. D

Flamsteedio, J., 1684:
Defectus Exigui Lunaris Observationes, Grenovici Habitae Junii 16. 1684 p. m. n. Seq. a Johanne Flamsteedio. Math. Reg

Johanne Flamsteedio, 1684:
Defectus Exigui Lunaris Observationes, Grenovici Habitae Junii 16. 1684 p. m. n. Seq. à Johanne Flamsteedio. Math. Reg

Petty, W., 1684:
Experiments to be Made Relating to Land-Carriage, Proposed by the Learned Sr. William Petty Kt

Fontenay, R. P., 1684:
Observations of the Eclipse of the Sun on the 12 of July Last (New Style) Made at the Observatory at Paris 1684. in the Lower Apartment, by Messieurs Cassini and Sedileau; In the Upper, by Messieurs de la Hire and Pothenot. At the College of Lewis the Great, in the Presence of Monseigneur the Duke of Bourbon,by R. P. Fontenay; At Aix in Province; At Lyons; At the Bay of Roses; At Honfleur and at Pau; By Divers Other Learned Persons

Marcellus Malpighius, 1684:
Praeclarissimo et Eruditissimo Viro D. Jacobo Sponio Medicinae Doctori, et Lugdunensi Anatomico Accuratissimo. Marcellus Malpighius S. P

Malpighius, M., 1684:
Praeclarissimo et Eruditissimo Viro D. Jacobo Sponio Medicinae Doctori, et Lugdunensi Anatomico Accuratissimo. Marcellus Malpighius S. P

Malpighius, M., 1684:
Praeclarissimo et Eruditissimo Viro D. Jacobo Sponio Medicinae Doctori, et Lugdunensi Anatomico Acuratissimo. Marcellus Malpighius S. P

Flamsteedio, J., 1684:
Solaris Defectus Observationes Grenovici Habitae Anno 1684. Julii 2. p. m. ab J. F. etc

Briggs, D., 1684:
Solutio Philosophica Casus Cujusdam Rarioris a Cl. Domino Doctore Briggs, in Actis Philosophicis Numb. 159. Nuper Editi, de Juvene Uespere Caecutiente

Doctore Briggs, 1684:
Solutio Philosophica Casus Cujusdam Rarioris à Cl. Domino Doctore Briggs, in Actis Philosophicis Numb. 159. Nuper Editi, de Juvene Uespere Caecutiente

Petty, W., 1684:
Some Queries Whereby to Examine Mineral Waters by the Learned Sir William Petty Knight

Grew, N., 1684:
The Description and Use of the Pores in the Skin of the Hands and Feet, by the Learned and Ingenious Nehemiah Grew, M. D. Fellow of the College of Physicians and of the Royal Society

Krahe, C., 1684:
The Description of a Monstrous Child, Born Friday the 29th. of February 1684. at a Village Called Heisagger, Distant about 4 English Miles from Hattersleben, a Town in South- Jutland, under the King of Denmark's Dominion, Communicated by Mr. Christopher Krahe, a Member of the Ecclesiastical Consistory and Provost of all the Churches Belonging to the Said Diocess

Lyster, M., 1684:
The Second Paper of the Same Person Concerning the Spontaneous Firing of the Pyrites

Lyster, M., 1684:
The Third Paper of the Same Person, Concerning Thunder and Lightning being from the Pyrites

Lyster, M., 1684:
Three Papers of Dr. Martin Lyster, the First of the Nature of Earth-Quakes; More Particularly of the Origine of the Matter of Them, from the Pyrites Alone

J. Flamsteed, 1685:
A Correct Tide Table, Shewing the True Times of the High-Waters at London-Bridge, to Every Day in the Year, 1684, By J. Flamsteed Math. Reg. & R. S. S

Flamsteed, J., 1685:
A Correct Tide Table, Shewing the True Times of the High-Waters at London-Bridge, to Every Day in the Year, 1684, By J. Flamsteed Math. Reg. & R. S. S

Wallis, D., 1685:
A Discourse concerning the Air's Gravity, Obserudin the Baroscope, Occasioned by That of Dr. Garden; Presented to the Phil. Soc. of Oxford, by the Reverend Dr. Wallis, President of That Society. April, 14, 1685

Mullen, D., 1685:
A Discourse on the Diffection of a Monstrous Double Catt; Read before the Dublin Society by Dr. Mullen

Papin, D., 1685:
A Full Description, with the Use, of the New Contriuance for Raising-Water, Propounded in the Phil. Trans. N degrees. 173; By Dr Papin, Fellow of the R. S

Petty, W., 1685:
A Miscellaneous Catalogue of Mean, Vulgar, Cheap and Simple Experiments. Drawn up by Sr. William Petty, President of the Dublin Society, and by Him Presented to That Society

Papin, D., 1685:
A New Way of Raising Water; By Dr. Papin, Fellow of the Royal Society

Plot, R., 1685:
Account of Three Books

Greaves, M.; Stubbs, M., 1685:
An Account of Some Experiments for Trying the Force of Great Guns, by the Learned Mr. Greaves; Communicated by Mr. Stubbs

Lister, D., 1685:
An Account of a Stone Grown to an Iron Bodkin in the Bladder of a Boy: Communicated by Dr. Lister Fellow of the Royal Society

M. I., 1685:
An Account of a Strange Sort of Bees in the West-Indies, Communicated by M. I

I., M., 1685:
An Account of a Strange Sort of Bees in the West-Indies, Communicated by M. I

Greaves, J., 1685:
An Account of the Latitude of Constantinople, and Rhodes, Written by the Learned Mr John Greaves, Sometime Professor of Astronomy in the University of Oxford, and Directed to the Most Reverend James Ussher, Arch-Bishop of Armagh

Smyth, E., 1685:
An Answer to Some Quaeries Proposed by Mr. William Molyneux, concerning Lough-Neagh: By Mr. Edward Smyth, Fellow of Trinity Colledge in Dublin

Volckamero, I. G.; Wurtelbaur, I. P.; Eimmart, G. C., 1685:
An Explanation of the Cutts of Two Porphyry Pillars in Aegypt

Boyl, R., 1685:
An Historical Account of a strangely Self-Moving Liquor. by the Honorable Robert Boyl, Fellow of the Royal Society

Hevelio, J., 1685:
Eclipsis Lunae Totalis Cum Mora, Anno 1685. Die 10 Decemb. St. N. Observata Gedani a Johanne Hevelio

Johanne Hevelio, 1685:
Eclipsis Lunae Totalis Cum Mora, Anno 1685. Die 10 Decemb. St. N. Observata Gedani à Johanne Hevelio

Cole, G., 1685:
Epistola Clariss. Viri Dni. Gulielmi Cole Med. Doct. ad Honoratissimum Dum. Dum. Rob. Boyl Armigerum, de Falsa Graviditate

Cole, G., 1685:
Historia Convulsivi Affectus Octonariam Periodum a Multis Annis Observantis, Per Clariss. Dnum. Gui. Cole, M. D. Descripta et Communicata

Gui. Cole, 1685:
Historia Convulsivi Affectus Octonariam Periodum à Multis Annis Observantis, Per Clariss. Dnum. Gui. Cole, M. D. Descripta et Communicata

Earnshaw, G., 1685:
Historia Ulceris in Inguine Dextro, Intectinorum Faeces Emittentis; A Dno. Gui: Earnshaw, Medico Alcestrensi, Descripta et Communicata

Gui Earnshaw, 1685:
Historia Ulceris in Inguine Dextro, Intectinorum Faeces Emittentis; À Dno. Gui: Earnshaw, Medico Alcestrensi, Descripta et Communicata

Cole, G., 1685:
Historiae Convulsionum Periodicarum per Clariss. Dnum Gui. Cole, Med. Doct. Descriptae, et Communicatae

Papin, D., 1685:
Observations of Dr Papin, Fellow of the Royal Society, on a French Paper concerning a Perpetual Motion

Waller, R., 1685:
Observations on the Cicindela Volans, or Flying Glow-Worm, with the Figure Thereof Made, and Dsiegned by Richard Waller Esq. F. of the R. S

King, W., 1685:
Of the Bogs, and Loughs of Ireland by Mr. William King, Fellow of the Dublin Society, as It was Presented to That Society

Cole,, 1685:
Phaenomena in Cadauere PraeNobilis Cujusdam FaeMinae, Apoplexia Peremptae, Inter Dissecandum, Maii 12, 1679, a Clariss. Medico Dno. Dre. Cole Observata

Cole, 1685:
Phaenomena in Cadauere PraeNobilis Cujusdam FaeMinae, Apoplexia Peremptae, Inter Diβecandum, Maii 12, 1679, à Clariss. Medico Dno. Dre. Cole Observata

Arthur Bayly, 1685:
Severall Observations of the Respect of the Needle to a Piece of Iron Held Perpendicular; Made by a Master of a Ship Crossing the Aequinoctial Line, Anno 1684. and Communicated by Mr. Arthur Bayly. F. of the R. S

Bayly, A., 1685:
Severall Observations of the Respect of the Needle to a Piece of Iron Held Perpendicular; Made by a Master of a Ship Crossing the Aequinoctial Line, Anno 1684. and Communicated by Mr. Arthur Bayly. F. of the R. S

Lister, D., 1685:
Some Experiments about Freezing, and the Difference Betwixt Common Fresh Water Ice, and That of Sea Water: Also a Probable Conjecture about the Original of the Nitre of Aegypt: By Dr. Lister, Fellow of the Royal Society

Tancred Robinson, 1685:
Some Observations on Boyling Fountains, and Subterraneous Steams: by Dr. Tancred Robinson, Fellow of the R. S

Robinson, T., 1685:
Some Observations on Boyling Fountains, and Subterraneous Steams: by Dr. Tancred Robinson, Fellow of the R. S

Robinson, T., 1685:
Some Observations on the French Macreuse, and the Scotch Bernacle; Together with a Continuation of the Account of Boyling, and Other Fountains. By Dr. Tancred Robinson Fellow of the Royal Society

Fellow, P., 1685:
The Description of a Siphon, Performing the Same Things with the Sipho Wurtemburgicus; Invented by Dr. Papin Fellow of the Royal Society

Wallis, D., 1685:
Two Extracts of the Journall of the Phil. Soc. of Oxford; One Containing a Paper, Communicated March 31, 1685, by the Reuerend Dr Wallis, President of That Soc. concerning the Strength of Memory when Applied with due Attention: The Other, Dated Dec. 15th, 1685, Describing a Large Stone Voided by Way of Urine

Waller, R., 1686:
A Catalogue of Simple and Mixt Colours, with a Specimen of Each Colour Prefixt to Its Proper Name: By R. Waller, Fellow of the Royal Society

Allen Moulin, 1686:
A Conjecture at the Quantity of Blood in Men, together with an Estimate of the Celerity of Its Circulation. By Allen Moulin, M. D. Reg. S. S

Moulin, A., 1686:
A Conjecture at the Quantity of Blood in Men, together with an Estimate of the Celerity of Its Circulation. By Allen Moulin, M. D. Reg. S. S

J. Flamsteed, 1686:
A Correct Tide-Table, Shewing the True Times of the High-Waters at London-Bridge to Every Day in the Year 1687. By J. Flamsteed Math. R. & R. S. S

Flamsteed, J., 1686:
A Correct Tide-Table, Shewing the True Times of the High-Waters at London-Bridge to Every Day in the Year 1687. By J. Flamsteed Math. R. & R. S. S

Flamsteed, J., 1686:
A Correct Tide-Table, Shewing the True Times of the High-Waters at London-Bridge to every Day in the Year 1688. By J. Flamsteed, Matth. Reg. & R. S. S

Papin, D., 1686:
A Demonstration of the Velocity Wherewith the Air Rushes into an Exhausted Receiver, Lately Produced before the R. Society By Dr. D. Papin. Reg. Soc. S

Hook, R., 1686:
A Description of An Invention, Whereby the Divisions of the Barometer May be Enlarged in Any Given Proportions; Produced before the Royall Society By Mr. Robert Hook R. S. Soc. and Profess. Geom. Gresham

Hans Sloane, 1686:
A Description of the Pimienta or Jamaica Pepper-Tree, and of the Tree That Bears the Cortex Winteranus: Communicated by Hans Sloane, M. D. and Reg. Soci. S

Sloane, H., 1686:
A Description of the Pimienta or Jamaica Pepper-Tree, and of the Tree That Bears the Cortex Winteranus: Communicated by Hans Sloane, M. D. and Reg. Soci. S

Molineux, W., 1686:
A Dioptrick Problem, Why Four Conuex-Glasses In A Telescope, Shew Objects Erect. by William Molineux of Dublin Esq. R. S. Soc

Halley, E., 1686:
A Discourse Concernimg Gravity, and Its Properties, Wherein the Descent of Heavy Bodies, and the Motion of Projects is briefly, but Fully Handled: Together with the Solution of a Problem of Great Use in Gunnery. By E. Halley

Halley, E., 1686:
A Discourse Tending to Proue at What Time and Place, Julius Cesar Made His First Descent upon Britain: Read before the Royal Society by E. Halley

John Wallis, 1686:
A Discourse concerning the Measure of the Airs Resistance to Bodies Moved in It. By the Learned John Wallis S. T. D. et R. S. Soc

Wallis, J., 1686:
A Discourse concerning the Measure of the Airs Resistance to Bodies Moved in It. By the Learned John Wallis S. T. D. et R. S. Soc

Pepys, S., 1686:
A Discourse concerning the Most Seasonable Time of Felling of Timber; Written by the Advice of the Honorable Sam. Pepys Esq; Secretary of the Admiralty, and Presented to His Late Majesty. By Robert Plot LL.D. and R. S. Soci

Francis Roberts, 1686:
A Discourse concerning the Musical Notes of the Trumpet, and Trumpet-Marine, and of the Defects of the Same, by the Honourable Francis Roberts, Esq; R. S. S

Roberts, F., 1686:
A Discourse concerning the Musical Notes of the Trumpet, and Trumpet-Marine, and of the Defects of the Same, by the Honourable Francis Roberts, Esq; R. S. S

Halley, E., 1686 :
A Discourse of the Rule of the Decrease of the Height of the Mercury in the Barometer, According as Places are Elevated Above the Surface of the Earth, with an Attempt to Discover the True Reason of the Rising and Falling of the Mercury, upon Change of of Weather

Molyneux, W., 1686:
A Discourse on This Problem; Why Bodies Dissolved in Menstrua Specifically Lighter Than Themselves Swim Therein By Mr. William Molyneux, of Dublin. Member of the Royal Society

Knt., W. P., 1686:
A Further Assertion of the Propositions concerning the Magnitude, &c. of London, Contained in Two Essays in Political Arithmetic; Mentioned in Philos. Transact. Numb. 183; Together with a Vindication of the Said Essays from the Objections of Some Learned Persons of the French Nation, By Sr. W. Petty Knt. R.S.S

Gourdon, R., 1686:
A Receipt to Cure Mad Dogs, or Men or Beasts Bitten by Mad Dogs: Communicated to the Royal Society, by Sir Rob. Gourdon. By His Majesties Command

King, E., 1686:
A Relation of a Petrified Glandula Pinealis, Lately Found in the Dissection of a Brain: Communicated by Sr. Edmond King Knt. M. D. and Reg. Soc. S

Smith, E.; George, S., 1686:
A Relation of an Extraordinary Effect of the Power of Imagination: Communicated by Mr. Edward Smith, Secretary to the Philosophical Society at Dublin, as It was Brought before That Company, by Mr. St. George Ash. R. Soc. S. Who Had Seen the Thing

Slare, F., 1686:
A Short Examen of the Stones Sent the R. Society from Berne, Whereof An Accountis Given in the Last Transaction: By Frederick Slare M. D. R. S. Soc

Justell, M., 1686:
An Account of An Engine That Consumes Smoak, Shown Lately At St. Germans Fair in Paris Communicated by Mr. Justell R. S. S

Brotherton, T. R. H., 1686:
An Account of Several Curious Observations and Experiments, concerning the Growth of Trees; Made by Thomas Brotherton, of Hey, in the County of Lancaster, Esq; Brought in and Read before the R. S. by R. H. Fellow of the Said Society

Wurtzelbaur, P.; Walther, B., 1686:
An Account of Some Observations Lately Made at Nurenburg by Mr. P. Wurtzelbaur, Shewing That the Latitude of That Place Has Continued without Sensible Alteration for 200 Years Last Past; as Likewise the Obliquity of the Ecliptick; By Comparing Them with what Was Observed by Bernard Walther in the Year 1487, being a Discourse Read before the Royal Society in One of Our Late Meetings

P. S., 1686:
An Account of Some Saxon Coyns Found in Suffolk; Communicated by Sir P. S. R. S. Soc

S., P., 1686:
An Account of Some Saxon Coyns Found in Suffolk; Communicated by Sir P. S. R. S. Soc

Frederick Slare, 1686:
An Account of a Ruminating Man lately Living at Bristol, given in to the Royal Society, by the Experienced and Learned Frederick Slare, M. D. & Reg. Soc. S

Slare, F., 1686:
An Account of a Ruminating Man lately Living at Bristol, given in to the Royal Society, by the Experienced and Learned Frederick Slare, M. D. & Reg. Soc. S

Papin, D., 1686:
An Account of an Experiment Shewn before the Royal Society, of Shooting by the Rarefaction of the Air: By Dr. D. Papin, R. S S

Moulin, A., 1686:
An Account of an Experiment of the Injection of Mercury into the Blood, and Its Ill Effects on the Lungs; As It was Communicated to the Royal Society by Their Late Worthy Member A. Moulin, M. D

Halley, E., 1686:
An Account of the Cause of the Change of the Variation of the Magnetical Needle; With an Hypothesis of the Structure of the Internal Parts of the Earth: As It Was Proposed to the Royal Society in One of Their Late Meetings. By Edm. Halley

Halley, E., 1686:
An Account of the Circulation of the Watry Vapours of the Sea, and of the Cause of Springs, Presented to the Royal Society. By E. Halley

Theodore Mayern and Theodore de Vaux, 1686:
An Account of the Diseases of Doggs, and Several Receipts for the Cure of their Madness, and of those Bitten by them. Extracted from the Papers of Sir Theodore Mayern, and Communicated to the Royal Society by Sir Theodore de Vaux, Knt. and R. Soc. S

Mayern, T.; de Vaux, T., 1686:
An Account of the Diseases of Doggs, and Several Receipts for the Cure of their Madness, and of those Bitten by them. Extracted from the Papers of Sir Theodore Mayern, and Communicated to the Royal Society by Sir Theodore de Vaux, Knt. and R. Soc. S

Halley, E., 1686:
An Account of the Measure of the Thickness of Gold upon Gilt-Wire, Together with a Demonstration of the exceeding Minuteness of the Atoms or Constituent Particles of Gold; As It Was Read before the R. Society, by E. Halley

Halley, E., 1686:
An Account of the Several Species of Infinite Quantity, and of the Proportions they Bear One to the Other, as It Was Read before the Royal Society, by E. Halley

Lodwick, F., 1686:
An Essay towards An Universal Alphabet

Halley, E., 1686:
An Estimate of the Quantity of Vapour Raised out of the Sea by the Warmth of the Sun; Derived from an Experiment Shown before the Royal Society, at One of Their Late Meetings: by E. Halley

Knight, W. P., 1686:
An Extract of Two Essays in Political Arithmetick concerning the Comparative Magnitudes, etc. of London and Paris by Sr. William Petty Knight. R. S. S

Cassini, M., 1686:
An Extract of the Journal Des Scavans. of April 22 st. N. 1686. Giving an Account of Two New Satellites of Saturn, Discovered Lately by Mr. Cassini at the Royal Observatory at Paris

Halley, E., 1686:
An Historical Account of the Trade Winds, and Monsoons, Observable in the Seas between and Near the Tropicks, with an Attempt to Assign the Phisical Cause of the Said Winds, By E. Halley

Vossius, D., 1686:
An Uncommon Inscription Lately Found on a Very Great Basis of A Pillar, Dug Up At Rome; With An Interpretation of the Same By the Learned Dr. Vossius

Molyneux, W., 1686:
Concerning the Apparent Magnitude of the Sun and Moon, or the Apparent Distance of Two Stars, when Nigh the Horizon, and When Higher Elevated

Sestertio, d., 1686:
De Sestertio Dissertatiuncula ex Opusculis Posthumis Viri Celeberrimi D. D. Isaaci Barrow Nuper Editis Decerpta

Molineux, G., 1686:
Eclipsis Lunae Observata Dublinii, Novembris 19 no. 1686. a Dno. Gulielmo Molineux Reg. Soc. S. et Ab Eodem Regiae Societati Communicata

Halley, E., 1686:
Emendationes & Notae in Tria Loca Vitiose Edita in Textu Vulgato Naturalis Historiae C. Plinii, per E. Halley

Tyson, E., 1686:
Lumbricus Hydropicus; O r An Essay to Prove that Hydatides Often met with in Morbid Animal Bodies, are a Species of Worms, or Imperfect Animals. By That Learned and Curious Anatomist Edward Tyson, M. D. and R. Soc. S

Wurtzelbaur, J. P., 1686:
Observatio Mercurii Sub Sole Visi, Ultimo Octobris 1690. Stil. vet. Habita Noribergae ab Astronomo Accuratissimo Johanne Phil. Wurtzelbaur, Atque ab Codem Cum Reg. Societate Communicata

Grew, D. N., 1686:
Observationes Aliquot Rariores de Morboso Liene, a Spectatissimo Domino D. Nehemia Grew, M. D. ac R. S. Socio Cum Eadem Societate Communicatae

D. Nehemia Grew, 1686:
Observationes Aliquot Rariores de Morboso Liene, à Spectatissimo Domino D. Nehemia Grew, M. D. ac R. S. Socio Cum Eadem Societate Communicatae

Pitt, R., 1686:
Observationes Ponderis Testudinis Terrestris, Cum in Autumno Terram Subiret, Cum Ejusdem ex Terra Verno Tempore Exeuntis Pondere Comparati, per Plures anos Repetitae: Experimento Celeberrimi D. D. Georgii Ent, Equitis, & M. D. & a Doctissimo D. D. Rob. Pitt, M. D. & R. S. S. Communicatae

Rob. Pitt, 1686:
Observationes Ponderis Testudinis Terrestris, Cum in Autumno Terram Subiret, Cum Ejusdem ex Terrâ Verno Tempore Exeuntis Pondere Comparati, per Plures anos Repetitae: Experimento Celeberrimi D. D. Georgii Ent, Equitis, & M. D. & à Doctissimo D. D. Rob. Pitt, M. D. & R. S. S. Communicatae

Tyson, E., 1686:
Observations of what did Praeternaturally Occur in the Opening of the Body of Mr. Smith of Highgate, July 8th. 1687. Communicated by That Learned Physitian Dr. Edward Tyson Reg. Soc. Soc

Hevelio, J., 1686:
Occultatio Jouis Anno 1686, Die 10 April. St. N. Vesperi, Observata Gedani a Joh. Hevelio

Haines, E., 1686:
Occultatio Saturni a Luna Plena, Anno 1687. Martii 19no. Mane: Observata a Dno Ed. Haines R. S. S. ad Totteridg Prope Londinum, Sub Latitudine 51.39

Waller, R., 1686:
Some Observations Made on the Spawn of Frogs, and of the Production of Todpoles therein, by the Learned and Curious Richard Waller, Esq; Reg. S. Secret

H., R., 1686:
Some Observations, and Conjectures concerning the Chinese Characters. Made by R. H. R. S. S

Nuis, M., 1686:
The Answer of Dr. Papin to Several Objections Made by Mr. Nuis against His Engine for Raising Water by the Rarefaction of the Air, Whereof a Description is Given in No. 178. of These Transactions

Southwell, R., 1686:
The Method the Indians in Virginia and Carolina use to Dress Buck and Doe Skins; As It was Communicated to the Royal Society by the Honourable Sir Robert Southwell, Knt. Their President

G. C. Eimmart, J. Ph. Wurtzelbaur and Theodore Haak, 1686:
Two Observations of the Last Eclipse November 30th Last, Made At Nuremberg; The One By Mr. G. C. Eimmart, the Other By Mr. J. Ph. Wurtzelbaur: Communicated by Mr. Theodore Haak R. S. S

Eimmart, G. C.; Wurtzelbaur, J. Ph.; Haak, T., 1686:
Two Observations of the Last Eclipse November 30th Last, Made At Nuremberg; The One By Mr. G. C. Eimmart, the Other By Mr. J. Ph. Wurtzelbaur: Communicated by Mr. Theodore Haak R. S. S

Halley, E., 1693:
A Discourse concerning the Proportional Heat of the Sun in all Latitudes, with the Method of Collecting the Same, as It was Read before the Royal Society in One of Their Late Meetings. By E. Halley

Flowers, M.; Aston, F., 1693:
A Paper of Mr. Flowers, Containing Some Unknown Ancient Characters, with Remarks Thereon by Francis Aston Esq; S. R. S

Robert Boyl, 1693:
A Paper of the Honourable Robert Boyl's, Deposited with the Secretaries of the Royal Society, Octob. 14. 1680. and Opened Since His Death; Being an Account of His Making the Phosphorus, etc

Boyl, R., 1693:
A Paper of the Honourable Robert Boyl's, Deposited with the Secretaries of the Royal Society, Octob. 14. 1680. and Opened Since His Death; Being an Account of His Making the Phosphorus, etc

Grew, N., 1693:
A Query Put by Dr. N. Grew, concerning the Food of the Humming Bird; Occasioned by the Description of It in the Transactions. Numb. 200

Edm. Halley, 1693:
An Account of Several Experiments Made to Examine the Nature of the Expansion and Contraction of Fluids by Heat and Cold, in Order to Ascertain the Divisions of the Thermometer, and to Make That Instrument, in All Places, without Adjusting by a Standard. By Mr. Edm. Halley, S. R. S

Halley, E., 1693:
An Account of Several Experiments Made to Examine the Nature of the Expansion and Contraction of Fluids by Heat and Cold, in Order to Ascertain the Divisions of the Thermometer, and to Make That Instrument, in All Places, without Adjusting by a Standard. By Mr. Edm. Halley, S. R. S

Sloane, D., 1693:
An Account of Two Plants Lately Brought from the Cape of Good-Hope, Communicated by Dr. Sloane, R.S.S

Boyle, R., 1693:
An Account of the Honourable Robert Boyle's Way of Examining Waters as to Freshness and Saltness

Sloan, H., 1693:
An Account of the True Cortex Winteranus, and the Tree That Hears It. By Hans Sloan, M. D. and S. R. S

Robinson, T., 1693:
An Account of the Tubera Terrae, or Truffles Found at Rushton in Northamptonshire; With Some Remarks Thereon. By Tancred Robinson, M. D. and R. S. S

Roberts, F., 1693:
An Arithmetical Paradox, concerning the Chances of Lotteries, by the Honourable Francis Roberts, Esq; Fellow of the R. S

Halley, E., 1693:
An Estimate of the Degrees of the Mortality of Mankind, Drawn from Curious Tables of the Births and Funerals at the City of Breslaw; With an Attempt to Ascertain the Price of Annuities upon Lives. By Mr. E. Halley, R.S.S

Slate, F., 1693 :
An Experiment Made before the President and Fellows of the Royal Society, in which a Surprizing Change of Colour from a Pale Transparent or Clear Liquor, to a Very Blue Ceruleous One Was Exhibited, and That in an Instant, by the Admission of Air only: Apply'd to Illustrate Some Changes of Colour, and Other Effects on the Blood of Respiring Animals. By Fr. Slate, M. D. Fellow of R. S. and Censor of the Colledge of Physicians

E. Halley, 1693:
An Instance of the Excellence of the Modern Algebra, in the Resolution of the Problem of Finding the Foci of Optick Glasses Uniuersally. By E. Halley, S. R. S

Halley, E., 1693:
An Instance of the Excellence of the Modern Algebra, in the Resolution of the Problem of Finding the Foci of Optick Glasses Uniuersally. By E. Halley, S. R. S

Moulen, A., 1693:
Anatomical Observations in the Heads of Fowl Made at Several Times. By the Late Allen Moulen, M. D. S.R.S. Read before the Royal Society, Feb. 1. 1687/8

Johannes Wallis, 1693:
Clarissimo Viro, D. Guilielmo Pontio, Anglice Bridgeman, Johannes Wallis. S

Wallis, J., 1693:
Clarissimo Viro, D. Guilielmo Pontio, Anglice Bridgeman, Johannes Wallis. S

Mullineux, D., 1693:
Dr. Mullineux His Account of a Stone of an Extraordinary Bigness, Spontaneously Uoided Through the Urethra by a Woman in Dublin

Luidii, E., 1693:
Eduardi Luidii Apud Oxonienses Cimeliarchae Ashmoleani, ad Clariss. V. D. Christophorum Hemmer, Epistola; In qua Agit De Lapidibus Aliquot Perpetua Figura Donatis, Quos Nuperis Annis in Oxoniensi et Vicinis Agris, Adinuenit

Gulielmino, D., 1693:
Observatio Solaris Eclipsis Habita Die 12. Julii, 1684. Bononiae, a Cl. V. Dono. Dominico Gulielmino

J. C., 1693:
Observations of the Comparative, Intensive or Specific Gravities of Various Bodies. Made by Mr. J. C

C., J., 1693:
Observations of the Comparative, Intensive or Specific Gravities of Various Bodies. Made by Mr. J. C

Wallis, J., 1693:
Problema Florentinnm, de Mira Templi Testudine Quadrabili. A Doctissimo Dno. Johanne Wallis, S. T. D. Solutum

Edm. King, 1693:
Several Observations and Experiments on the Animalcula, in Pepper-Water, &c. by Sir Edm. King, M. D. and S. R. S

King, E., 1693:
Several Observations and Experiments on the Animalcula, in Pepper-Water, &c. by Sir Edm. King, M. D. and S. R. S

Moulen, A., 1693:
Some Experiments on a Black Shining Sand Brought from Virginia, Suppos'd to Contain Iron, Made in March 1689. By Allen Moulen, M. D. and Fellow of the Royal Society, Since Dead

Edmond Halley, 1693:
Some Further Considerations on the Breslaw Bills of Mortality. By the Same Hand, etc

Halley, E., 1693:
Some Further Considerations on the Breslaw Bills of Mortality. By the Same Hand, etc

Paschall, M., 1693:
Some Observations Made by Mr. Paschall, on the Motions of Diseases, and on the Births and Deaths of Men, and Other Animals in Different Times of the ?????

Mr. Paschall, 1693:
Some Observations Made by Mr. Paschall, on the Motions of Diseases, and on the Births and Deaths of Men, and Other Animals in Different Times of the?????

R. W., 1693:
Some Observations in the Dissection of a Ratt, Communicated by Mr. R. W. S.R.S

W., R., 1693:
Some Observations in the Dissection of a Ratt, Communicated by Mr. R. W. S.R.S

Halley, E., 1693:
Some Queries concerning the Nature of Light, and Diaphanous Bodies. Proposed to the Royal Society by E. Halley

Grew, N., 1693:
The Description of the American Tomineius, or Humming Bird, Communicated by Nehemiah Grew, M. D. and Fellow of the Royal Society

Lister, M., 1693:
The Manner of Making Steel, and Its Temper; With a Guess at the Way the Ancients Used to Steel Their Picks, for the Cutting or Hewing of Prophyry. Communicated by Martin Lister, M. D. and S. R. S

Povey, T., 1693:
The Method, Manner and Order of the Transmutation of Copper into Brass, etc. by Thomas Povey, Esq; Brought into the Royal Society, of Which He is a Fellow

W. R., 1693:
The Relation of a Storm of Thunder, Lightning and Hail at Oundle in Northamptonshire on the 20th of March 1692/3 By Mr. W. R

R., W., 1693:
The Relation of a Storm of Thunder, Lightning and Hail at Oundle in Northamptonshire on the 20th of March 1692/3 By Mr. W. R

Dale, S.; Lister, M., 1693:
Three Queries Relating to Shells Proposed by Mr. Samuel Dale, and Answered by Dr. Martyn Lister. R.S.S

Petty, W., 1693:
What a Compleat Treatise of Navigation Should Contain. Drawn up in the Year 1685. by Sir William Petty Late Fellow of the Royal Society

Theodore de Mayerne and Theodore de Vaux, 1694:
A Discourse of the Viper, and Some Other Poysons, Wrote by Sr. Theodore de Mayerne, after Discoursing with Mr. Pontaeus. Communicated by Sir Theodore de Vaux, M. D. and S. R. S

de Mayerne, T.; de Vaux, T., 1694:
A Discourse of the Viper, and Some Other Poysons, Wrote by Sr. Theodore de Mayerne, after Discoursing with Mr. Pontaeus. Communicated by Sir Theodore de Vaux, M. D. and S. R. S

C., J., 1694:
A Paper about Magnetism, or Concerning the Changing and Fixing the Polarity of a Piece of Iron. By Mr. J. C

Cowper, W., 1694:
An Account of Some Experiments Lately Made on Dogs, and of the Effects of Mr. John Colbatch's Styptick on Humane Bodies. By Mr. William Cowper, Surgeon

Slare, F., 1694:
An Account of Some Experiments Relating to the Production of Fire and Flame, Together with an Explosion; Made by the Mixture of Two Liquors Actually Cold. By Frederick Slare, M. D. Censor and Fellow of the Colledge of Physicians: and of the Royal Society

Kirke, T., 1694:
An Account of a Lamb Suckled by a Weather Sheep for Several Months after the Death of the Ewe. Communicated by Mr. Tho. Kirke from Cookridge in Yorkshire

Hans Sloane, 1694:
An Account of a Prodigiously Large Feather of the Bird Cuntur, Brought from Chili, and Supposed to be a Kind of Vultur; and of the Coffee-Shrub. By Hans Sloane, M. D. S. R. S

Sloane, H., 1694:
An Account of a Prodigiously Large Feather of the Bird Cuntur, Brought from Chili, and Supposed to be a Kind of Vultur; and of the Coffee-Shrub. By Hans Sloane, M. D. S. R. S

Wood, B., 1694:
An Account of a Stone of a Prodigious Size Extracted by Section out of a Woman's Bladder, Now Living, on the Eighth Day of November, 1693. by Mr. Basil Wood, Surgeon

Floyd, E., 1694:
An Account of the Burning of Seueral Hay-Ricks by a Fiery Exhalation or Damp: And of the Infectious Quality of the Grass of Seueral Grounds. From the Same Ingenious Person

Halley, E., 1694:
An Account of the Evaporation of Water, as It Was Experimented in Gresham Colledge in the Year 1693. With Some Observations Thereon. By Edm. Halley

Foley, S.; Molyneux, T., 1694:
An Account of the Giants Caus-Way in the North of Ireland: By the Reverend Dr. Sam. Foley

de Aromatariis, J., 1694:
An Epistle Writ by Josephus de Aromatariis, Concerning the Seeds of Plants, and Generation of Animals

Francis Roberts, 1694:
Concerning the Distance of the Fixed Stars. By the Honourable Francis Roberts, Esq; S.R.S

Roberts, F., 1694:
Concerning the Distance of the Fixed Stars. By the Honourable Francis Roberts, Esq; S.R.S

Gwither, D.; Lloyd, O., 1694:
Dr. Gwither's Discourse of Physiognomy. Communicated by Mr. Owen Lloyd, Secretary of the Philosophical Society at Dublin

Molineux, D., 1694:
Dr. Molineux's Historical Account of the Late General Coughs and Colds; with Some Observations on Other Epidemick Distempers

Pitt, R., 1694:
Historia Lumbaginis Rheumaticae Convulsivae, a Roberto Pitt, M. D. & S. R. S. Communicata

Roberto Pitt, 1694:
Historia Lumbaginis Rheumaticae Convulsivae, à Roberto Pitt, M. D. & S. R. S. Communicata

Hiberniamque, A., 1694:
Librorum Manuscriptorum Academiarum Oxoniensis et Cantabrigiensis, et Celebrium Per Angliam Hiberniamque Bibliothecarum Catalogus Cum Indice Alphabetico, Cura Edvardi Bernardi. Tomis Duobus in Folio

Halley, E., 1694:
Methodus Nova Accurata et Facilis Inveniendi Radices AEquationum Quarumcumque Generaliter, Sine Praevia Reductione. Per Edm. Halley

Edm. Halley, 1694:
Methodus Nova Accurata et Facilis Inveniendi Radices AEqúationum Quarumcumque Generaliter, Sine Praevia Reductione. Per Edm. Halley

Cassini, M., 1694:
Monsieur Cassini His New and Exact Tables for the Eclipses of the First Satellite of Jupiter, Reduced to the Julian Stile, and Meridian of London

Gregory, D., 1694:
Nobilissimo et Doctissimo Viro D. Roberto Southwell, Equiti Aurato Societatis Regiae Praesidi Dignissimo, S. D. David Gregory, Aftr. Prof. Savilianus

Wittie, D., 1694:
Obseruatio Anatomica Rara de Calculo in Rene Inuento a Cl. Viro Dre. Wittie, R. S. Haud It a Pridem Communicata

Dre. Wittie, 1694:
Obseruatio Anatomica Rara de Calculo in Rene Inuento à Cl. Viro Dre. Wittie, R. S. Haud It a Pridem Communicata

Waller, R., 1694 :
Observations in the Dissection of a Paroquet, Made and Communicated to the Royal Society by Mr. Rich. Waller

T., J., 1694:
Of a Stone Found in the Gall-Bladder of a Woman. By Mr. J. T

Gregorio, D., 1694:
Solutio Problematis Florentini de Testitudine Veliformi Quadrabili, a Davide Gregorio, M. D. ac R. S. S. Communicata

William Molyneux, 1695:
A Demonstration of an Error Committed by Common Surueyors in Comparing of Surueys Taken at Long Interuals of Time Arising from the Variation of the Magnetick Needle, by William Molyneux Esq; F. R. S

Molyneux, W., 1695:
A Demonstration of an Error Committed by Common Surueyors in Comparing of Surueys Taken at Long Interuals of Time Arising from the Variation of the Magnetick Needle, by William Molyneux Esq; F. R. S

Halley, E., 1695:
A Discourse Concerning a Method of Discovering the True Moment of the Sun's Ingress into the Tropical Signs. By E. Halley

Molyneux, T., 1695:
A Discourse Concerning the Large Horns Frequently Found under Ground in Ireland, Concluding from Them That the Great American Deer, Call'd a Moose, Was Formerly Common in That Island: With Remarks on Some Other Things Natural to That Country. By Thomas Molyneux, M. D. Fellow of the King and Queens Colledge of Physicians inIreland, and of the Royal Society in England

Wallis, J., 1695:
A Discourse concerning the Methods of Approximation in the Extraction of Surd Roots. By John Wallis, S. T. D. and Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford

Preston, C., 1695:
A General Idea of the Structure of the Internal Parts of Fish. Communicated by Dr. Charles Preston

T. Smith, 1695 :
A Journal of a Voyage from England to Constantinople, Made in the Year 1668. by T. Smith D. D. et F. R. S

Smith, T., 1695:
A Journal of a Voyage from England to Constantinople, Made in the Year 1668. by T. Smith D. D. et F. R. S

Moivre, A. D., 1695:
A Method of Raising an Infinite Multinomial to Any Given Power, or Extracting Any Given Root of the Same. By Mr. Ab. de Moivre

Halley, E., 1695:
A Most Compendious and Facile Method for Constructing the Logarithms, Exemplified and Demonstrated from the Nature of Numbers, without any Regard to the Hyperbola, with a Speedy Method for Finding the Number from the Logarithm Given. By E. Halley

Hill, M., 1695:
A Note Communicated by Mr. Hill, Confirming the Great Age of Henry Jenkins, Mentioned No 221. p. 265. of These Transactions

Halley, E., 1695:
A Proposition of General Use in the Art of Gunnery, Shewing the Rule of Laying a Mortar to Pass, in Order to Strike any Object above or below the Horizon. By E. Halley

Sampson, H., 1695:
A Relation of One Hannah Taylor, a Very Extraordinary Child of about Six Years of Age, Who in Face, etc. Was as Large as a Full Grown Woman; and of What Appeared on the Dissection of Her Body: By Dr. Hen. Sampson, Fellow of the Colledge of Physicians, London

Samuel Doudy, 1695:
A Relation of a Strange Symptom Attended an Hydrops Pectoris, and the Reason of It, as It Appeared on Dissection of the Body. By Mr. Samuel Doudy, F. R. S

Doudy, S., 1695:
A Relation of a Strange Symptom Attended an Hydrops Pectoris, and the Reason of It, as It Appeared on Dissection of the Body. By Mr. Samuel Doudy, F. R. S

William Halifax, 1695 :
A Relation of a Voyage from Aleppo to Palmyra in Syria; Sent by the Reverend Mr. William Halifax to Dr. Edw. Bernard (Late) Savilian Professor of Astronomy in Oxford, and by Him Communicated to Dr. Thomas Smith. Reg. Soc. S

Halifax, W., 1695:
A Relation of a Voyage from Aleppo to Palmyra in Syria; Sent by the Reverend Mr. William Halifax to Dr. Edw. Bernard (Late) Savilian Professor of Astronomy in Oxford, and by Him Communicated to Dr. Thomas Smith. Reg. Soc. S

Merret, C., 1695:
A Table of the Washes in Lincolnshire, Mentioned in the Fourth Paper of the Last Transaction, P. 352. by Mr. Christopher Merret, Purveyor of the Port of Boston

Molyneux, T.; Locke, M., 1695:
Account of a Not Yet Described Scolopendra Marina, by Thomas Molyneux, M. D. S. R. S. Communicated by Mr. Locke

Craig, J., 1695:
Additio ad Schedulam de Quadraturis. Autore Johanne Craig

Cowper, W., 1695:
An Account of Chylification, by Mr. William Cowper

Sloane, H., 1695:
An Account of Four Sorts of Strange Beans, Frequently Cast on Shoar on the Orkney Isles, with Some Conjectures about the Way of Their Being Brought Thither from Jamaica, where Three Sorts of Them Grow. By Hans Sloane, Coll. Med. Lond. & S. R. S

Locke, M., 1695:
An Account of One Who Had Horny Excrescencies or Extraordinary Large Nails on His Fingers and Toes, by Mr. Locke

Preston, C., 1695:
An Account of a Child Born Alive without a Brain, and the Observables in It on Dissection, by Dr. Charles Preston

Brodie, J.; Preston, D., 1695:
An Account of a Faetus, Voided by the Ulcered Navil of a Negro in Nevis, by Mr. James Brodie; Communicated by Dr. Preston

Will. Byrd, 1695:
An Account of a Negro-Boy That is Dappel'd in Several Places of His Body with White Spots. By Will. Byrd, Esq, F. R. S

Byrd, W., 1695:
An Account of a Negro-Boy That is Dappel'd in Several Places of His Body with White Spots. By Will. Byrd, Esq, F. R. S

Preston, C., 1695:
An Account of a Stone of the Bladder, which Weighed 51 Ounces, or Three Pounds Three Ounces, and a Stone out of the Bladder Successfully, which Adhered to It. By Dr. Charles Preston

Edward Smith, 1695:
An Account of a Strange Kind of Earth, Taken up Near Smyrna, of Which is Made Soap, together with the Way of Making It, Communicated by Dr. Edward Smith, F. R. S

Smith, E., 1695:
An Account of a Strange Kind of Earth, Taken up Near Smyrna, of Which is Made Soap, together with the Way of Making It, Communicated by Dr. Edward Smith, F. R. S

Robert Southwell, 1695:
An Account of the Damage That Hapned in the Isle of Portland the Third of February, 1695/6 Communicated by the Honourable Sir Robert Southwell, F. R. S

Southwell, R., 1695:
An Account of the Damage That Hapned in the Isle of Portland the Third of February, 1695/6 Communicated by the Honourable Sir Robert Southwell, F. R. S

John Wallis, 1695:
An Account of the Extraordinary Cure of a Horse That Was Staked into His Stomach; Communicated by the Reverend Dr. John Wallis, D. D. R. S. Soc

Wallis, J., 1695:
An Account of the Extraordinary Cure of a Horse That Was Staked into His Stomach; Communicated by the Reverend Dr. John Wallis, D. D. R. S. Soc

Martin, M., 1695:
An Account of the Making Pitch, Tar, and Oil out of a Blackish Stone in Shropshire, Communicated by Mr. Martin Ele the Inventor of It

Picard, M M.; la Hire, D., 1695:
An Account of the Map of France, According to the Observations of M M. Picard, and de la Hire; Taken from the Recueil d'Observations Faites en Plusieurs Voyages, etc. Paris, 1693. in Fol

Martin Lister, 1695:
An Account of the Nature and Differences of the Juices, More Particularly, of Our English Vegetables. By Dr. Martin Lister, Fell. of Coll. of Phys. and R. S

Lister, M., 1695:
An Account of the Nature and Differences of the Juices, More Particularly, of Our English Vegetables. By Dr. Martin Lister, Fell. of Coll. of Phys. and R. S

Preston, C., 1695:
An Account of the Opening of the Body of a Boy, Who Dyed Suddenly, and What Observable Was Found Therein. By Dr. Charles Preston

Baynard, E., 1695:
An Account of the Probable Causes of the Pain in Rheumatisms; as Also of the Cure of a Total Suppression of Urine, Not Caused by a Stone, by the Use of Acids; as Communicated by Dr. Edward Baynard, Fellow of the Colledge of Physicians, London

Hans Sloane, 1695:
An Account of the Tongue of a Pastinaca Marina, Frequent in the Seas about Jamaica, and Lately Dug up in Mary-Land, and England. By Hans Sloane. M. D

Sloane, H., 1695:
An Account of the Tongue of a Pastinaca Marina, Frequent in the Seas about Jamaica, and Lately Dug up in Mary-Land, and England. By Hans Sloane. M. D

Preston, C., 1695 :
An Anatomical Account of Some Remarkable Things, Found on the Dissection of a Woman, Who Dyed of the Dropsie, after the Paracentesis Was Performed, with a Small Reflection on the Causes of the Dropsie. By Dr. Charles Preston

Halley, E., 1695:
An Easie Demonstration of the Analogy of the Logarithmick Tangents to the Meridian Line or Sum of the Secants: With Various Methods for Computing the Same to the Utmost Exact Ness, by E. Halley

Slare, F., 1695:
An Extract of All Persons, That Did, in 1695, in Franckfort On the Maine, Consummate Matrimony, Receive Baptism, and Were Buried. Communicated by Dr. Fred. Slare, Fellow of the Colledge of Physicians, and R. S

Tyson, E., 1695:
An Observation of One Hemisphere of the Brain Sphacelated, and of a Stone Found in the Substance of the Brain Its Self: By Edward Tyson, Fellow of the College of Physitians and R. S

Edward Tyson, 1695:
An Observation of an Infant, Where the Brain Was Depressed into the Hollow of the Vertebrae of the Neck: By Dr. Edward Tyson, Fellow of the College of Physitians, and R. S

Tyson, E., 1695:
An Observation of an Infant, Where the Brain Was Depressed into the Hollow of the Vertebrae of the Neck: By Dr. Edward Tyson, Fellow of the College of Physitians, and R. S

Gregorii, D., 1695:
Davidis Gregorii M. D. Astronomiae Professoris Sauiliani & S. R. S. Catenaria, Ad Reverendum Virum D. Henricum Aldrich S. T. T. Decanum Aedis Christi Oxoniae

Craig, J., 1695:
De Figurarum Geometrice Irrationalium Quadraturis. Autore Johanne Craig

Johanne Craig, 1695:
De Figurarum Geometricè Irrationalium Quadraturis. Autore Johanne Craig

Barnoullo, J., 1695:
Epistola Missa ad Praenobilem Virum D.Carolum Mountague Armigerum, Scaccarii Regii apud Anglos Cancellarium, et Societatis Regiae Praesidem, in qua Solvuntur duo Problemata Mathematica a Johanne Barnoullo Mathematico Celeberrimo Proposita

Johanne Barnoullo, 1695:
Epistola Missa ad Praenobilem Virum D.Carolum Mountague Armigerum, Scaccarii Regii apud Anglos Cancellarium, et Societatis Regiae Praesidem, in qua Solvuntur duo Problemata Mathematica à Johanne Barnoullo Mathematico Celeberrimo Proposita

Lister, M., 1695:
Of a Venomous Scratch with the Tooth of a Porpos, Its Symptoms and Cure. By Dr. Martin Lister, Fellow of the College of Physicians and R. S

Allen, B., 1695:
Of the Manner of the Generation of Eels. By Mr. Benjamin Allen

Edward Smyth, 1695:
Of the Use of Opium among the Turks: By Dr. Edward Smyth, F. R. S

Smyth, E., 1695:
Of the Use of Opium among the Turks: By Dr. Edward Smyth, F. R. S

Gaillard, M., 1695:
Particular Observations upon Different Maladies; Gathered by Monsieur Gaillard the Son, Doctor of Physick, of the Faculty of Tolouse. Taken from the Journal de Savans of the 29th of July, and of the 5th of August, 1697

Gray, S., 1695:
Several Microscopical Observations and Experiments, Made by Mr. Stephen Gray

Martin, M., 1695:
Several Observations in the North Islands of Scotland. Communicated to the Royal Society by Mr. Martin Martin

Halley, E., 1695:
Some Account of the Ancient State of the City of Palmyra, with Short Remarks upon the Inscriptions Found there. By E. Halley

Harris, J., 1695:
Some Microscopical Observations of Vast Numbers of Animalcula Seen in Water by John Harris, M. A. Kector of Winchelsea in Sussex, and F. R. S

de Moivre, D. Ab., 1695:
Specimina Quaedam Illustria Doctrinae Fluxionum Sive Exempla Quibus Methodi Istius Usus et Praestantia in Solvendis Problematis Geometricis Elucidatur, ex Epistola Peritissimi Mathematici D. Ab. de Moivre Desumpta

Poupart, F., 1695:
The Anatomical History of the Leech. By Sieur Francois Poupart. Taken from the Journal des Savans, of the 22th of July, 1697

Lister, M., 1695:
The Anatomy of the Scallop by Dr. Martin Lister, Fellow of the Coll. of Physitians and R. S

Giles, M., 1695:
The History of a Tumor in the Lower Part of the Belly, Related by Mr. Giles, Sworn Surgeon at St. Come; being the Second Art. of the Second Journal of Brunet's Progress de la Medicine

Brunet, M.; Giles, M., 1695:
The Original of a Polypus Discover'd, by Mr. Giles, Sworn Surgeon at St. Come, being Translated from the Progres de la Medecine of Monsieur Brunet, Art. III. Journal. III

Caswel, M., 1695:
The Quadrature of a Portion of the Epicycloid. By Mr. Caswel

Newton, I.; Halley, E., 1695:
The True Theory of the Tides, Extracted from That Admired Treatise of Mr. Isaac Newton, Intituled, Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica; being a Discourse Presented with That Book to the Late King James, by Mr. Edmund Halley

Plot, R., 1698:
A Catalogue of Electrical Bodies. By the Late Dr. Rob. Plot, F. R. S

Sloane, H., 1698:
A Further Account of the Contents of the China Cabinet Mentioned Last Transaction, p. 390. By Hans Sloane, M. D

de Moivre, A., 1698:
A Method of Extracting the Root of an Infinite Equation. By A. de Moivre, F. R. S

Goodyear, A., 1698:
A Relation of the Symptoms That Attended the Death of Mr. Robert Burdett, an English Merchant of Aleppo, Who Was Kill'd by the Bite of a Serpent. Communicated by Mr. Aaron Goodyear, Who Was Then Present

Southwell, R., 1698:
A Way of Guilding Gold upon Silver. Communicated by the Same

Robert Southwell, 1698:
Account of a Monstrous Calf with Two Heads. Communicated by the Right Honourable, Sir Robert Southwell, V. P. R. S

Southwell, R., 1698:
Account of a Monstrous Calf with Two Heads. Communicated by the Right Honourable, Sir Robert Southwell, V. P. R. S

Musgrave, W., 1698:
An Account of One Edmund Melloon, Born at Port Leicester, in Ireland, Who Was of an Extraordinary Size. Communicated by Dr. William Musgrave, Fellow of the College of Physicians, and R. S

Newton, J., 1698:
An Account of Some Effects of Papaver Corniculatum Luteum, etc. by Mr. Ja. Newton

Musgrave, W., 1698:
An Account of What Happened on Syringing Warm Water into the Thorax of a Bitch. By Dr. William Musgrave, Fellow of the College of Physicians, and R. S

Baynard, E., 1698:
An Account of What Happened to a Child on Swallowing Two Copper Farthings. Communicated by Dr. Edward Baynard, Fellow of the College of Physitians

Sloane, H., 1698:
An Account of a China Cabinet, Filled with Several Instruments, Fruits, etc. Used in China: Sent to the Royal Society by Mr. Buckly, Chief Surgeon at Fort St. George. By Hans Sloane, M. D

Allen, B., 1698:
An Account of a Gall-Bee, and the Death-Watch. By Mr. Benj Allen

Bonavert, M., 1698:
An Account of a Stone Bred at the Root of the Tongue, and Causing a Quinsie. Communicated by Mr. Bonavert

Dale, M., 1698:
An Account of a Very Large Eel, Lately Caught at Maldon in Essex; with Some Considerations about the Generation of Eels, by Mr. Dale

Halley, E., 1698:
An Account of the Appearance of an Extraordinary Iris Seen at Chester, in August Last, by E. Halley

Pitt, C., 1698:
An Account of the Dissection of a Dog That Had Mercury Injected into One of the Jugulars. By Dr. Christoph. Pitt

Lister, M., 1698:
An Objection to the New Hypothesis of the Generation of Animals from Animalcula in Semine Masculino. By Dr. Martin Lister, Fellow of the Colledge of Physicians and Royal Society

Martin Lister, 1698:
An Observation of Two Boys Bit by a Mad Dog, Communicated by Dr. Martin Lister, Fellow of the Coll. of Phys. and R. S

Lister, M., 1698:
An Observation of Two Boys Bit by a Mad Dog, Communicated by Dr. Martin Lister, Fellow of the Coll. of Phys. and R. S

Langford, C.; Bonavert, M., 1698:
Captain Langford's Observations of His Own Experience upon Huricanes, and Their Prognosticks. Communicated by Mr. Bonavert

Tyson, E., 1698:
Carigueya, Seu Marsupiale Americanum. Or, The Anatomy of an Opossum, Dissected at Gresham-College by Edw. Tyson, M. D. Fellow of the College of Physicians, and of the Royal Society, and Reader of Anatomy at the Chyrurgeons-Hall, in London

Ballard, M.; Musgrave, W., 1698:
Concerning the Magnetism of Drills; by Mr. Ballard. Communicated by Dr. William Musgrave, Fellow of the Colledge of Physicians and R. S

Sault, R., 1698:
Curvae Celerrimi Descensus Investigatio Analytica Excerpta ex Literis R. Sault, Math. Do.--------

Cassini, J., 1698:
Eclipsis Lunaris Observatio, Facta Roterodami die 29. Octobris Anni 1697. N. S. A Jacobo Cassini, R. Ac. Parisiensis Socio

Vieussens, R., 1698:
Epistola Scripta a Raymundo Vieussens Doctore Medico Monspeliensi ad Clarissimos Viros Societatis Regiae Londinensis, de Sanguine Humano

Raymundo Vieussens, 1698:
Epistola Scripta à Raymundo Vieussens Doctore Medico Monspeliensi ad Clarissimos Viros Societatis Regiae Londinensis, de Sanguine Humano

Cassini, D., 1698:
Excerpta ex Literis D. Cassini ad P. Fontenay Mathematicum Regium Apud Sinas

Desmasters, M.; Musgrave, D., 1698:
Further Expetiments about Freezing. By Mr. Desmasters. Communicated by Dr. Musgrave

Hartmanno, P. J., 1698:
Historia; et Explicatio Figurarum, Embryon Quatuor Septimanarum, et Placentam Cotiledoniformen Exhibentium, Autore Philippo Jacobo Hartmanno, Phil. et Med. D. etc

Cassini, D. J., 1698:
Observationes Sinenses, Communicatae a D. Jacobo Cassini Acad. Reg. Par. Soc

D. Jacobo Cassini, 1698:
Observationes Sinenses, Communicatae à D. Jacobo Cassini Acad. Reg. Par. Soc

Pitt, C., 1698:
Of the Motion of the Stomach, Observ'd in in a Dog, in July, 1685. By Dr. Christopher Pitt

Sloane, H., 1698:
Of the Use of the Root IPecacuanha, for Loosenesses, Translated from a French Paper: With Some Notes on the Same, by Hans Sloane, M. D

Craig, J., 1698:
Quadratura Logarithmicae. Autore Jo. Craig

Petiver, J., 1698:
Remarks by Mr. James Petiver, Apothecary, and Fellow of the Royal Society, on Some Animals, Plants, etc. Sent to Him from Maryland, by the Reverend Mr. Hugh Jones

Redi, F., 1698:
Remarks concerning Factitious Salts; Drawn from a Discourse Written by Sen Francisco Redi

Robert Southwell, 1698:
Several Experiments Concerning the Preserving of Flowers, Fruit, etc. Communicated by the Right Honourable Sir Robert Southwell, F.R.S

Southwell, R., 1698:
Several Experiments Concerning the Preserving of Flowers, Fruit, etc. Communicated by the Right Honourable Sir Robert Southwell, F.R.S

Southwell, R., 1698:
Several Experiments about Giving Variety of Tinctures to Water, etc Communicated to the Royal Society by the Right Honourable, Sir Rob. Southwell, V. P. R. S

Molyneux, T., 1698:
Some Additional Remarks on the Extracting the Stone of the Bladder out of Those of the Female Sex. By Thomas Molyneux, M. D. S. R. S

Walker, M.; Musgrave, W., 1698:
Some Experiments and Observations concerning Sounds. By Mr. Walker, Late of Brazen-Nose-College, Oxon. Communicated by Dr. W. Musgrave, Fell. Coll. Phys. and R. S

Plot, R., 1698:
Some Observations Concerning the Substance Commonly Called, Black-Lead, by the Late Dr. Rob. Plot, F. R. S

Waller, R., 1698:
Some Observations Sent from the East-Indies; Being in Answer to Some Queries Sent Thither by Richard Waller, Esq; F. R. S

Robert Southwell, 1698:
Some Philosophical Experiments, Communicated by the Right Honourable Sir Robert Southwell, V. P. R. S

Southwell, R., 1698:
Some Philosophical Experiments, Communicated by the Right Honourable Sir Robert Southwell, V. P. R. S

Cuninghame, J., 1699:
A Catalogue of Shells, etc. Gathered at the Island of Ascention, by Mr. James Cuninghame Chirurgeon, with What Plants He There Observed; Communicated to Mr. James Petiver Apothccary, and Fellow, of the Royal Society

Camelli, G., 1699:
A Description and Figure of the True Amomum, or Tugus. Sent from the Reverend Father George Camelli, at the Phillipine Isles, to Mr. John Ray and Mr. James Petiver, Fellows of the Royal Society

Houghton, J., 1699:
A Discourse of Coffee, Read at a Meeting of the Royal Society, by Mr. John Houghton, F. R. S

Cockburn, W., 1699:
A Discourse of the Operation of a Blister when it Cures a Fever, Made at a Meeting of the Royal Society, by William Cockburn, M.D. of the Col. of Phys. in Lond. and F.R.S

Sloane, H., 1699:
A Further Account of What Was Contain'd in the Chinese Cabinet, by Hans Sloane, M. D

Sloane, H., 1699:
A Further Account of the China Cabinet, by Hans Sloane, M. D

John Floyer and Edward Tyson, 1699:
A Relation of Two Monstrous Pigs, with the Resemblance of Humane Faces, and Two Young Turkeys Joined by the Breast, by Sir John Floyer, Communicated by Dr. Edward Tyson, Fellow of the College of Physicians, and R. S

Floyer, J.; Tyson, E., 1699:
A Relation of Two Monstrous Pigs, with the Resemblance of Humane Faces, and Two Young Turkeys Joined by the Breast, by Sir John Floyer, Communicated by Dr. Edward Tyson, Fellow of the College of Physicians, and R. S

Paul Rycaut, 1699:
A Relation of the Small Creatures Called Sable-Mice, which Have Lately Come in Troops into Lapland, about Thorne, and Other Places Adjacent to the Mountains, in Innumerable Multitudes. Communicated from Sir Paul Rycaut, F. R. S. to Mr. Ellis, and from Him to the R. S

Rycaut, P., 1699:
A Relation of the Small Creatures Called Sable-Mice, which Have Lately Come in Troops into Lapland, about Thorne, and Other Places Adjacent to the Mountains, in Innumerable Multitudes. Communicated from Sir Paul Rycaut, F. R. S. to Mr. Ellis, and from Him to the R. S

Havers, C., 1699:
A Short Discourse Concerning Concoction: Read at a Meeting of the Royal Society, May 1699, by Clopton Havers, M. D. Fellow of the Royal Society

Tho. Molyneux, 1699:
A Supplement to the Account of a Scolopendra Marina, etc. Described No 225. of These Transactions. By Dr. Tho. Molyneux, F. R. S

Molyneux, T., 1699:
A Supplement to the Account of a Scolopendra Marina, etc. Described No 225. of These Transactions. By Dr. Tho. Molyneux, F. R. S

Geoffroy, M., 1699:
A Way to Make Two Clear Spirituous Inflammable Liquors, which Differ Very Little in Taste and Smell, and Being Mixed Together, Do Give a Fine Carnation Colour, without Either Sensible Fermentation or Alteration. Communicated by Monsieur Geoffroy, F. R. S

Dupre, M.; Cowper, W., 1699:
An Abstract of an Accoun of Five Pair of Muscles, which Serve for Different Motions of the Head, on the First and Second Vertebra of the Neck; and of Two Ligaments, One of which Fastens the Head to the First Vertebra, and the Other Fastens the First to the Second. To which is Annext the History of an Uncommon Appearance of a Humane Skull. By M. Dupre, Surgeon, and First Ayde-Major to the Hotel-Dieu in Paris: With Remarks by William Cowper

William Cowper, 1699:
An Account of Stitching the Great Tendon, between the Calf of the Leg and Heel, with Its Union and Cure, after an Entire Diuision of It, with Remarks: Read at a Meeting of the Royal Society. By Mr. William Cowper, F. R. S

Cowper, W., 1699:
An Account of Stitching the Great Tendon, between the Calf of the Leg and Heel, with Its Union and Cure, after an Entire Diuision of It, with Remarks: Read at a Meeting of the Royal Society. By Mr. William Cowper, F. R. S

William Cowper, 1699:
An Account of Two Glands and Their Excretory Ducts Lately Discover'd in Human Bodies. By Mr. William Cowper. F.R.S

Cowper, W., 1699:
An Account of Two Glands and Their Excretory Ducts Lately Discover'd in Human Bodies. By Mr. William Cowper. F.R.S

Clerk, W.; Preston, C., 1699:
An Account of a Stone Found in the Stomach of a Lady on Dissection, Another in the Left Kidney, and Some Smaller Ones in the Gall-Bladder. By Mr. William Clerk, Surgeon. Communicated by Dr. Charles Preston

Ralph Thoresby, 1699:
An Account of a Young Man Slain with Thunder and Lightning, Dec. 22. 1698. from Ralph Thoresby, Esq; F. R. S. to Dr. Martin Lister, Fell. Coll. Phys. and R. S

Thoresby, R., 1699:
An Account of a Young Man Slain with Thunder and Lightning, Dec. 22. 1698. from Ralph Thoresby, Esq; F. R. S. to Dr. Martin Lister, Fell. Coll. Phys. and R. S

Jones, J., 1699:
An Account of the Moorish Way of Dressing Their Meat (with Other Remarks) in West Barbary, from Cape Spartel to Cape de Geer. By Mr. Jezreel Jones

Bussiere, M., 1699:
An Anatomical Account of a Child's Head, Born without a Brain in October Last, 1698. By Mons. Bussiere

J. Lowthorp, 1699:
An Experiment of the Refraction of the Air Made at the Command of the Royal Society, Mar. 28. 1699 By J. Lowthorp. A. M

Lowthorp, J., 1699:
An Experiment of the Refraction of the Air Made at the Command of the Royal Society, Mar. 28. 1699 By J. Lowthorp. A. M

Fern, D., 1699:
An Extract of a Relation Printed at Paris, Containing a Remarkable History of a Faetus without the Womb, Made by Dr. Fern

Sloane, H., 1699:
An Observation Concerning a Very Odd Kind of Dropsy, or Swellings in One of the Ouaries of a Woman, by Hans Sloane, M. D

Gray, S., 1699:
An Observation of Some Parelii Seen at Canterbury. By Mr. Stephen Gray

Lloyd, P., 1699:
De Partium Septentrionalium Quibusdam Affectibus et Remediis. Autore Philippo Lloyd. M. D

Vieussens, R., 1699:
Epistola D. Raymundi Vieussens,M.D. & S.R.S. ad Societatem Regiam Londinensem Missa, de Organo Auditus

Leibnitio, D. G. G., 1699:
Illustrissimo Celeberrimoque Viro D. Godefredo Gulielmo Leibnitio, Hanoverae

Lister, M.; Maleverer, M., 1699:
Of Coal Borings, Communicated by Dr. Martin Lister, Fell. Coll. Phys. et R. S. which Role or Record He Had from Mr. Maleverer, of Arncliffe in Yorkshire

William Aglionby, 1699:
Of the Nature of Silk, as It is Made in Piedmont. Communicated by William Aglionby, Esq; F.R.S

Aglionby, W., 1699:
Of the Nature of Silk, as It is Made in Piedmont. Communicated by William Aglionby, Esq; F.R.S

Lister, M., 1699:
Of the Origin of White Vitriol and the Figure of Its Crystals, Not Yet Accounted for, by Dr. Martin Lister, F. R. S

Greaves, J., 1699:
Reflexions Made on the Foregoing Paper by Mr. John Greaves, Savilian Professor of Astronomy in the University of Oxford. 1645

Gregorii, D., 1699:
Responsio ad Animadversionem ad Davidis Gregorii Catenariam, Act. Eruditorum Lipsiae. Mense Februarii An. 1699

Februario, M., 1699:
Situs Novi Cometae Mense Februario, Anni 1699. in Regio Observatorio Parisiensi Observati

Petiver, J., 1699:
Some Attempts Made to Prove That Herbs of the Same Make or Class for the Generallity, have the Like Vertue and Tendency to Work the Same Effects. In a Discourse Made before the Royal Society, by Mr. James Petiver Apothecary, and Fellow of the Said Society

Sloane, H., 1699:
Some Observations Made at a Meeting of the Royal Society, Concerning Some Wonderful Contriuances of Nature in a Family of Plants in Jamaica, to Perfect the Individuum, and Propagate the Species, with Several Instances Analogous to Them in European Vegetables. By Hans Sloane, M. D

Cunningham, J., 1699:
Some Observations of the Mercury's Altitude, with the Changes of the Weather at Emuy in China. Lat. 24 degrees 20Formula. No

James Cunningham, 1699:
Some Observations of the Mercury's Altitude, with the Changes of the Weather at Emuy in China. Lat. 24 degrees 20′. No

Woodward, J., 1699:
Some Thoughts and Experiments Concerning Vegetation By John Woodward, M. D. of the College of Physicians, et R. S. et Professor of Physick in Gresham College

Dee, J., 1699:
The Report Made by the Lord Treasurer Burleigh to the Lords of the Council, of the Consultation had, and the Examination of the Plain and Brief Discourse by John Dee for the Queen's Majesty. 25 Martii 1582

Petiver, J.; Brown, S., 1700:
A Description of Some Shells Found on the Molucca Islands; as Also an Account of Mr Sam. Brown, his Fourth Book of East India Plants, with Their Names, Vertues, etc. By James Petiver, Apothecary and Fellow of the Royal Society

Reneaume, M., 1700:
A Description of a New Kind of Walnut Tree, Discovered by Monsieur Reneaume, of the Royal Academy of Sciences

Theodore de Mayerne and Theodore de Vaux, 1700:
A Discourse of the Viper, and Some Other Poysons, Wrote by Sir Theodore De Mayerne, after Some Discourse He Had with Mr Pontaeus, Communicated by the Late Sir Theodore De Vaux, M. D. and F. R. S

de Mayerne, T.; de Vaux, T., 1700:
A Discourse of the Viper, and Some Other Poysons, Wrote by Sir Theodore De Mayerne, after Some Discourse He Had with Mr Pontaeus, Communicated by the Late Sir Theodore De Vaux, M. D. and F. R. S

South, C., 1700:
A Lift of All the Seamen, Fishermen, Water Men, Lightermen, Gabbardmen, Kielmen, Bargemen, Boatmen, Ferrymen, Cottmen, and Seafa Ringmen, of What Kind Soever, in the Kingdom of Ireland, according to a Return Made in 1697. Communicated by Capt. South

Nata, T. P.; Witsen, B., 1700:
A Relation of the Bad Condition of the Mountains about the Tungarouse and Batavian Rivers, Having Their Source from Thence, Occasioned by the Earthquake between the 4th and 5th of January, 1699. Drawn up from the Account Given by the Tommagon Porbo Nata, (Who Hath Been There) and Sent to the Burgermaster Witsen, Who Communicated It to the R. Society, of Which He is a Member

Mr Proby and Thomas Molyneux, 1700:
A Relation of the Cutting an Ivory Bodkin out of the Bladder of a Young Woman in Dublin, by Mr Proby; Communicated by Dr Thomas Molyneux, F. R. S

Proby, M.; Molyneux, T., 1700:
A Relation of the Cutting an Ivory Bodkin out of the Bladder of a Young Woman in Dublin, by Mr Proby; Communicated by Dr Thomas Molyneux, F. R. S

Wallace, J., 1700:
An Abstract of a Book, viz. An Account of the Islands of Orkney. By James Wallace, M. D. and Fellow of the Royal Society. To Which is Added, an Essay concerning the Thule of the Ancients., 80. London

Robert Hook and E. Halley, 1700:
An Account of Dr Robert Hook's Invention of the Marine Barometer, with Its Description and Uses, Published by Order of the R. Society, by E. Halley, R. S. S

Hook, R.; Halley, E., 1700:
An Account of Dr Robert Hook's Invention of the Marine Barometer, with Its Description and Uses, Published by Order of the R. Society, by E. Halley, R. S. S

Brown, S.; Petiver, J., 1700:
An Account of Mr Sam. Brown His Second Book of East India Plants, with Their Names, Vertues, Description, etc. By James Petiver, Apothecary, and Fellow of the Royal Society

Petiver, J.; Brown, S., 1700:
An Account of Mr Sam. Brown his Fifth Book of East India Plants, with Their Names, Vertues, Description, &c by James Petiver, Apothecary and Fellow of the Royal Society. To Which are Added Some Animals Sent Him from Those Parts

Petiver, J., 1700:
An Account of Mr Sam. Brown, his Third Book of East India Plants, with Their Names, Vertues, Description, &c. By James Petiver, Apothecary, and Fellow of the Royal Society. To Which are Added Some Animals Sent Him from Those Parts

Brown, S.; Petiver, J., 1700:
An Account of Part of a Collection of Curious Plants and Drugs, Lately Given to the Royal Society by the East India Company

Cowper, W., 1700:
An Account of a Polypus Taken out of the Vnena Pulmoalis, and of the Structure of That Vessel. By Will. Cowper, F.R.S

Birbeck, C., 1700:
An Account of a Woman, Who Voided the Greatest Part of a Foetus by the Nnvel. By Mr Christopher Birbeck

Lafage, M., 1700:
An Account of an Extraordinary Aneurisma of the Arteria Aorta Near to the Basis of the Heart, with the Symptoms Thereof; Dissected by Mr Lafage, Surgeon, on the 10th of April, 1700

South, C., 1700:
An Account of the Houses and Hearths in Dublin, for the Years Following. Communicated by Captain South

South, C., 1700:
An Account of the Number of People in the Counties of Ardmagh, Lowth, and Meath, and City of Dublin. With an Estimate of the Number of People That Were in the Kingdom of Ireland, the 10th of January 1695/6 Communicated by Capt. South

South, C., 1700:
An Account of the Romish Clergy, according to a Return Made in 1698. Communicated by Capt. South

Papa, J. D.; Sherard, W., 1700:
An Account of the Strange Effects of the Indian Varnish. Wrote by Dr Joseph Del Papa, Physician to the Cardinal De Medices, at the Desire of the Great Duke of Tuscany. Communicated by Dr William Sherard

Molyneux, T., 1700:
An Essay concerning Giants. Occasioned by Some Further Remarks on the Large Humane Os Frontis, or Forehead-Bone, Mentioned in the Philosophical Transactions of February, 1684/5 Number 168. By Dr. Thomas Molyneux, M. D. Fellow of the King and Queens Colledge of Physicians in Ireland, and of the Royal Society in England

Somner, J., 1700:
Chartham News: Or a Brief Relation of Some Strange Bones There Lately Digged up, in Some Grounds of Mr John Somner's in Canterbury

Halley, E., 1700:
De Iride, Sive de Arcu Caelesti, Differtatio Geometrica, qua Methodo Directa Iridis Ntriusq; Diameter, Data Ratione Refractionis, Obtinetur: Cum Solutione Inversi Problematis, Sive Inventione Rationis Istius ex Data Arcus Diametro. Per Edm. Halley Reg. Soc. Soc

Edm. Halley, 1700:
De Iride, Sive de Arcu Caelesti, Differtatio Geometrica, qua Methodo Directâ Iridis Ntriusq; Diameter, Data Ratione Refractionis, Obtinetur: Cum Solutione Inversi Problematis, Sive Inventione Rationis Istius ex Data Arcus Diametro. Per Edm. Halley Reg. Soc. Soc

Silvestre, P., 1700:
Dissectio Puerperae, Comunicata a Petro Silvestre, M. D Soc. Reg. Socio

Christophoro Pitt, 1700:
Historia Lumbaginis Rheumaticae Convulsivae. A Christophoro Pitt, M. D. Communicata

Geoffroy, M., 1700:
Observations Upon the Dissolutions and Fermentations Which We May Call Cold, because They are Accompanied with a Coolness of the Liquors into Which They Pass. And of a New Thermometer. Extracted Out of a Discourse, Which Mr Geoffroy, F. R. S. Made in the Public Meeting of the Royal Academy of Sciences, the 21st of April, 1700

Thoresby, R., 1700:
Of an Accident by Thunder and Lightning at Leedes, by Mr Ralph Thoresby. F. R. S

Dr Wallace, 1700:
Part of a Journal Kept from Scotland to New Caledonia in Darien, with a Short Account of That Country. Communicated by Dr Wallace, F. R. S

Wallace, D., 1700:
Part of a Journal Kept from Scotland to New Caledonia in Darien, with a Short Account of That Country. Communicated by Dr Wallace, F. R. S

Olim, J. M. L., 1700:
Responsio Almi Collegii Romanorum Archiatrorum ad Epistolas Clarissimi D. Raymundi Vieussends Medicinae Doctoris Monspeliensis, in Qua Potissimum Agitur De Existentia Salis Acidi in Sanguine, & De Proportione Principiorum Ejusdem Scripta Per Jo. Mariam Lancisi Olim. S. D. Innocentis XI. Med. a Secretis & Nunc Archiatrum Collegialem, & in Romano Licaeo Theoricae Extraordinariae Professorum

Banister, J.; Petiver, J., 1700:
Some Observations concerning Insects Made by Mr John Banister in Virginia, A. D. 1680. with Remarks on Them by Mr James Petiver, Apothecary and Fellow of the Royal Society

Mr. Houghton, 1700:
The Conclusion of the Protestant States of the Empire, of the 23rd of Sept. 1699, Concerning the Calendar. Commmunicated by Mr. Houghton, F.R.S

Ab. de Moivre, 1700:
The Dimension of the Solids Generated by the Conversion of Hippocrates's Lunula, and of Its Parts about Several Axes, with the Surfaces Generated by That Conversion, by Ab. De Moivre, F. R. S

de Moivre, A., 1700:
The Dimension of the Solids Generated by the Conversion of Hippocrates's Lunula, and of Its Parts about Several Axes, with the Surfaces Generated by That Conversion, by Ab. De Moivre, F. R. S

Hale, R.; Tyson, E., 1700:
The Humane Allantois Fully Discovered and the Reasons Assigned Why It Has not Hitherto Been Found out, Even by Those Who Believed Its Existence. With an Answer to Their Objections, Who Deny It Still. By Rich Hale, M. D. of Trinity College in Oxford. Communicated to the R. S. by Edward Tyson. M. D

Povey, T., 1700:
The Method, Manner and Order of the Transmutation of Copper into Brass, etc. By Thomas Povey, Esq; Brought into the Royal Soc. of Which He is a Fellow

Sherard, W., 1700:
The Way of Making Several China Varnishes. Sent from the Jesuits in China, to the Great Duke of Tuscany, Communicated by Dr William Sherard

George Joseph Camel and James Cuninghame, 1702:
A Description of Some Coralls, and Other Curious Submarines Lately Sent to James Petiver, Apothecary and Fellow of the Royal Society, from the Philippine Isles by the Reverend George Joseph Camel; As Also an Account of Some Plants from Chusan an Island on the Coast of China; Collected by Mr James Cuninghame, Chyrurgeon & F.R.S

Camel, G. J.; Cuninghame, J., 1702:
A Description of Some Coralls, and Other Curious Submarines Lately Sent to James Petiver, Apothecary and Fellow of the Royal Society, from the Philippine Isles by the Reverend George Joseph Camel; As Also an Account of Some Plants from Chusan an Island on the Coast of China; Collected by Mr James Cuninghame, Chyrurgeon & F.R.S

J. Drake, 1702:
A Discourse concerning Some Influence of Respiration on the Motion of the Heart, Hitherto Unobserved. By J. Drake, M. D. F. R. S

Drake, J., 1702:
A Discourse concerning Some Influence of Respiration on the Motion of the Heart, Hitherto Unobserved. By J. Drake, M. D. F. R. S

Evelyn, J.; Cowper, W., 1702:
An Account of Divers Schemes of Arteries and Veins, Dissected from Adult Human Bodies, and Given to the Repository of the Royal Society by John Evelyn, Esq; E. R. S. To Which are Subjoyn'd a Description of the Extremities of Those Vessels, and the Manner the Blood is Seen, by the Microscope, to Pass from the Arteries to the Veins in Quadrupeds When Living: With Some Chirurgical Observations, and Figures after the Life, by William Cowper, F. R. S

Petiver, J.; Brown, S., 1702:
An Account of Mr. Sam. Brown His Sixth Book of East India Plants, with Their Names, Vertues, Description, etc. By James Petiver, Apothecary, and Fellow of the Royal Society. To These are Added Some Animals, etc. Which the Reverend Father George Joseph Camel, Very Lately Sent Him from the Philippine Isles

Halley, E., 1702:
An Account of the Appearance of Several Unusual Parhelia, or Mock-Suns, together with Several Circular Arches Lately Seen in the Air by E. Halley

Strachan, M., 1702:
An Account of the Taking and Taming of Elephants in Zeylan, by Mr. Strachan, a Physician, Who Lived 17 Years There

Dittono, H., 1702:
De Curvarum Tangentibus e Maximorum ac Minimorum Theoria Immediate Deductis: Una cum Theorem: Quibusdam ad Sectiones Conicas Pertinentibus, Ejusdem Calculi Auxilio Investigatis. Autore Humphrido Dittono

Humphrido Dittono, 1702:
De Curvarum Tangentibus è Maximorum ac Minimorum Theoriâ Immediatè Deductis: Unâ cùm Theorem: Quibusdam ad Sectiones Conicas Pertinentibus, Ejusdem Calculi Auxilio Investigatis. Autore Humphrido Dittono

Ridley, H., 1702:
Experimentum Anatomicum ad Veram Durae Matris motus causam detegendam institutum, ab H. Ridley

Cameli, G. J.; Petiver, J., 1702:
Georgij Josephi Cameli Observationes de Avibus Philippensibus; Communicatae a Jacobo Petiver. S. R. S

de Moivre, A., 1702:
Methodus Quadrandi Genera Quaedam Curvarum, aut ad Curvas Simpliciores Reducendi. per A. De Moivre R. S. S

Petiver, J.; Brown, S., 1702:
Mr Sam. Brown His Seventh Book of East India Plants, with an Account of Their Names, Vertues, Description, etc. By James Petiver, Apothecary, and Fellow of the Royal Society. These Plants Were Gathered between the 15th and 20th of June, A. D. 1696. in the Ways between Fort St George and Trippetee, which is about 70 Miles off

Shipton, J., 1702:
Observatio de Portione Intestini Canis Faeliciter Abscissa, a Joanne Shipton, Chirurgiae Studioso

Strachan, M., 1702:
Observations Made in the Island of Ccilan, by Mr Strachan on the Ways of Catching Fowl and Deer, of Serpents, of the Ant Bear and of Cinamon

Floyer, J., 1702:
Observations on the Class of Sweet Tastes, Made by Comparing the Tastes of Sweet Plants with Monsieur L' Emery's Chymical Analysis of them, in His Treatise of Drugs, by Sir John Floyer

Strachan, M., 1702:
Observations on the Planting and Culture of Tobacco in Zeylan, by Mr Strachan

Morland, S., 1702:
Some New Observations upon the Parts and Use of the Flower in Plants. By Mr Sam. Morland

Strachan, M., 1702:
Some Observations on Coral, Large Oysters, Rubies, the Growing of a Sort of Ficus Indica, the Gods of the Ceylanese, etc. Made in Ceilan, by Mr Strachan

William Derham, 1702:
Some Observations on the Spots of the Sun, by the Reverend Mr William Derham, F. R. S

Derham, W., 1702:
Some Observations on the Spots of the Sun, by the Reverend Mr William Derham, F. R. S

Craig, J., 1702:
Specimen Methodi Generalis Determinandi Figurarum Quadraturas. Autore Jo. Craig

James Wilson, 1702:
The Description and Manner of Using a Late Invented Set of Small Pocket-Microscopes, Made by James Wilson; Which with Great Ease are Apply'd in Viewing Opake, Transparent and Liquid Objects: As the Farina of the Flowers of Plants, etc. The Circulation of the Blood in Living Creatures, etc. The Animalcula in Semine, etc

Wilson, J., 1702:
The Description and Manner of Using a Late Invented Set of Small Pocket-Microscopes, Made by James Wilson; Which with Great Ease are Apply'd in Viewing Opake, Transparent and Liquid Objects: As the Farina of the Flowers of Plants, etc. The Circulation of the Blood in Living Creatures, etc. The Animalcula in Semine, etc

George, F. S., 1702:
The Eighth Book of East India Plants, Sent from Fort St George to Mr James Petiver Apothecary, and F. R. S. with His Remarks on Them

Locke, J., 1704:
A Register of the Weather for the Year 1692, Kept at Oates in Essex. By Mr John Locke

Cuningham, J., 1704:
A Register of the Winds and Weather, with the Observations of the Mercurial Barometer at Chusan, an Island in 30 degrees. 25Formula. N. Latitude upon the Coast of China. By Mr James Cuningham. F. R. S

James Cuningham, 1704:
A Register of the Winds and Weather, with the Observations of the Mercurial Barometer at Chusan, an Island in 30 degrees. 25′. N. Latitude upon the Coast of China. By Mr James Cuningham. F. R. S

William Oliver, 1704:
A Relation of an Extraordinary Sleepy Person, at Tinsbury, Near Bath. By Dr William Oliver, F. R. S

Oliver, W., 1704:
A Relation of an Extraordinary Sleepy Person, at Tinsbury, Near Bath. By Dr William Oliver, F. R. S

Derham, W., 1704:
A Supplement to the Account of the Pediculus Pulsatorius, or Death-Watch, in Philos. Trans. No 271. Serving to the More Perfect Natural History of That Infect. By the Reverend Mr W. Derham, F. R. S

Carolina, 1704:
An Account of Animals and Shells Sent from Carolina to Mr James Petiver, F. R. S

Carolina,, 1704:
An Account of Animals and Shells Sent from Carolina to Mr James Petiver, F. R. S

Brattle, T.; Hodgson, J., 1704:
An Account of Some Eclipses of the Sun and Moon, Observed by Mr Tho. Brattle, at Cambridge, about Four Miles from Boston in New-England, Whence the Difference of Longitude between Cambridge and London is Determin'd, from an Observation Made of One of Them at London. By J. Hodgson

Derham, W., 1704:
An Account of Some Magnetical Experiments and Observations. By W. Derham, Rector of Upminster in Essex, and F. R. S

Thoresbv, R., 1704:
An Account of Some Roman Coyns Found at Clifton Near Edlington in Yorkshire. By Mr Ralph Thoresbv, F. R. S

Lafage, J., 1704:
An Account of a Dropsical Body Dissected by Mr John Lafage

Greenhill, T., 1704:
An Account of a Person Deceased of a Scirrhous Tumor in His Breast. By Mr Tho. Greenhill, Surgeon

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
An Account of an Experiment Made Decemb. the 26th, 1704. To Try the Quality of Air, Produc'd from Gunpowder, Fir'd in Vacuo Boyliano. By Mr Fr. Hauksbee

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
An Account of an Experiment Made at a Meeting of the Royal Society at Gresham College, upon the Propagation of Sound in Condensed Air. Together with a Repetition of the Same in the Open Field, by Mr F. Hauksbee

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
An Experiment Made at a Meeting of the R. Society, Decemb. 20. 1704. of Firing Gun-Powder on a Red Hot Iron in Vacuo Boyliano. By Mr Fr. Hauksbee

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
An Experiment Made at a Meeting of the Royal Society, Touching the Diminution of Sound in Air Rarefy'd. By Mr Fr. Hauksbee

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
An Experiment on the Descent of Malt Dust in the Evacuated Receiver, at Gresham College. By Mr Fr. Hauksbee

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
An Experiment, to Show the Cause of the Descent of the Mercury in the Barometer in a Storm. By Mr Francis Hauksbee

Derham, W., 1704:
An Instrument, for Seeing the Sun, Moon, or Stars, Pass the Meridian of Any Place. Useful for Setting Watches in All Parts of the World with the Greatest Exactness, to Correct Sun-Dyals; To Assist in the Discovery of the Longitudes of Places, etc. By the Reverend Mr William Derham, F. R. S

Edmundo Halleio, 1704:
Astronomiae Cometicae Synopsis, Autore Edmundo Halleio apud Oxonienses. Geometriae Professore Saviliano, & Reg. Soc. S

Halleio, E., 1704:
Astronomiae Cometicae Synopsis, Autore Edmundo Halleio apud Oxonienses. Geometriae Professore Saviliano, & Reg. Soc. S

Scheuchzero, J. J., 1704:
Catalogus Concharum Fossilium, Metallorum, Mineralium, etc. quae a Cl. D. Johanne Jacobo Scheuchzero, M. D. Tiguri, & Societat. Reg. Angl. Soc. Nuper Accepit D. Jacobus Petiver, S. R. S

Tyson, E., 1704:
Cuculus Laevis Caeruleo Flavescens, Cui in Supremo Capite Bronchiarum Opercula. O R, The Yellow Gurnard. By Edward Tyson, M. D. Fellow of the Coll. of Physicians and R. S

Gregory, D., 1704:
De Orbita Cassiniana. By Dr Gregory

Camelli, G. Jos., 1704:
De Piscibus, Moluscis & Crustaceis Philippensibus, Ex MSS. R. P. Geo. Jos. Camelli ad D. Jacobum Petiver, S. R. S. Transmissis

Hodgson, J., 1704:
Defectus Lunae Observatio, Die Solis 12 degrees Decembris, Habita Prope Mercatorium Regium Londini, a J. Hodgson R. S. S. Tempore Matutino, A. 1703

Mesaporiti, A., 1704:
Epistola D. Antonii Mesaporiti, M. C. Genuensis ad Cl. Antonium Vallesnerium, Med. Pract. Prof. P. Patavin. de Eruptione Sanguinis e Singulis Fere Corporis Humani Partibus; & de Dolore Ventris ab Intestinis in Crassam & Cartilagineam Substantiam Concretis Orto

Breynii, J. P., 1704:
Epistola D. Joannis Philippi Breynii, M. D. & Societat. Reg. Soc. De Plantis & Insectis Quibusdam Rarioribus in Hispania Observatis

Hickes, G., 1704:
Epistola Viri Reverendi D. Georgij Hickes, S.T.P. ad D. Hans Sloane, M. D. & S. R. Secr. De Varia Lectione Inscriptionis Quae in statua TAGIS exaratur, per Quatuor Alphabeta Hetrusca

Derham, W., 1704:
Experiments about the Motion of Pendulums in Vacuo. By the Reverend Mr. W. Derham, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
Experiments on the Production and Propagation of Light from the Phosphorus in Vacuo, Made before the Royal Society, by Mr. Fra. Hauksbee

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
Experiments on the Resilition of Bodies in Common Air, in Vacuo and in Air Condens'd, Made at a Meeting of the Royal Society at Gresham College. By Mr Francis Hauksbee

Camel, G. Joseph.; Petiver, J., 1704:
Georg. Joseph. Camel. De Plantis Philippen-Sibus Scandentibus; Pars 2da. Ad Jacobum Petiver, S. R. S. Nuper Transmissa

Camel, G. Joseph., 1704:
Georg. Joseph. Camel. de Plantis Philippensibus Scandentibus; Pars Tertia. Ad Jacobum Petiver, S. R. S. Nuper Transmissa

Cockburni, G.; Southwell, E., 1704:
Gulielmi Cockburni M. D. Solutio Problematis de Purgantium & Emeticorum Medicamentorum Dosibus Determinandis in Quacunque Hominis AEtate, Temperamento, Temperamenti Varietate per Universum Terrarum Orbem, ab Ipso Mense Martio Proxime Elapso, in Actis Philosophicis Propositi. Et Illustri Admodum Doctoque D. Edwardo Southwell, Annae Reginae a Secretis Hibernicis, etc. Consecrata

Hearne, U., 1704:
Memorabilia Nonnulla Lacus Vetteri, Auctore Urbano Hearne, M. D. Serenissimae Reg. Majest. Suecicae Archiatro, & Conciliario Collegij Metallici Ord. Nec Non Societat. Regiae Londinensis Socio

Spener, M.; Petiver, J., 1704:
Mineralia Quaedam, Conchylia Petrefacta, & Alia Fossilia a Berolina a Clariss. Christian. Maximiliano Spener, Doct. Med. Reg. Pruss. Aul. Acad. S. R. I. Cur. & Soc. Scient. Reg. Brandenburg. Colleg. ad Amicum Suum Curiosissimum D. Jacob. Petiver, Pharmacop. London. & Societ. Reg. Soc. Missa

Stannyan, C.; Hodgson, M., 1704 :
Observations Made by Captain Stannyan of the Spots That Appear'd upon the Body of the Sun in the Months of May, June and July, in the Year 1704. Communicated by Mr Hodgson, F. R. S

Cunningham, J., 1704:
Observations of the Weather, Made in a Voyage to China. Ann. Dom. 1700. by Mr James Cunningham, F. R. S

William Cowper, 1704:
Of Ossifications or Petrifactions in the Coats of Arteries, Particularly in the Valves of the Great Artery, by William Cowper, Surgeon, and F. R. S

Cowper, W., 1704:
Of Ossifications or Petrifactions in the Coats of Arteries, Particularly in the Valves of the Great Artery, by William Cowper, Surgeon, and F. R. S

Atlanticae, O. R., 1704:
Olavi Rudbeckij Atlanticae, seu Manheimij, Pars Tertia. In qua Vetustissima Majorum Nostroram Atlantidum Lapidibus, Fago, aeri, Sive cortici Runas Suas Incidendi Ratio, una cum Tempore, Quo illa Primo caeperit, Exponitur. Necnon Aurei Numeri Singulis annis Tributi, & Signorum Coelestium, Quae Abhinc ad Graecos & Latinos sunt Translata, Vera origo & Significatio traditur. Et illae a diliuvio Noachi primae aetates, atque in illis prima Atlantidurn nostrorum forma describuntur; quae migrationes & b

Guilielmus Cockburn, 1704:
Problema Medicinae Cultoribus Solvendum Proponit Guilielmus Cockburn, M. D. R. S. S

Cockburn, G., 1704:
Problema Medicinae Cultoribus Solvendum Proponit Guilielmus Cockburn, M. D. R. S. S

Ri. Towneley and W. Derham, 1704:
Prospect of the Weather, Winds, and Height of the Mercury in the Barometer, on the First Day of the Month; And of the Whole Rain in Every Month the Year 1703, and the Beginning of 1704. Observed at Towneley in Lancashire, by Ri. Towneley, Esq;, And at Upminster in Effex. By the Revere Mr W. Derham, F. R. S

Towneley, R.; Derham, W., 1704:
Prospect of the Weather, Winds, and Height of the Mercury in the Barometer, on the First Day of the Month; And of the Whole Rain in Every Month the Year 1703, and the Beginning of 1704. Observed at Towneley in Lancashire, by Ri. Towneley, Esq;, And at Upminster in Effex. By the Revere Mr W. Derham, F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1704:
Several Experiments on the Attrition of Bodies in Vacuo. Made before the Royal Society at Gresham College, by Mr Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
Several Experiments on the Attrition of Bodies in Vacuo. Made before the Royal Society at Gresham College, by Mr Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1704:
Several Experiments on the Mercurial Phosphorus, Made before the Royal Society, at Gresham-College, by Mr Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Bernoulli, J.; Craig, J., 1704:
Solutio Problematis. A Clariss. viro D. Jo. Bernoulli in Diario Gallico Febr. 1403. Propositi. Quam D. G. Cheynaeo Communicavit Jo. Craig

Thornycroft, E., 1704:
The Doctrine of Combinations and Alternations, Improv'd and Compleated, by Major Edward Thornycroft

Salmon, T., 1704:
The Theory of Musick Reduced to Arithmetical and Geometrical Proportions, by the Reverend Mr Tho. Salmon

Ditton, H., 1704:
Theorema Spherico-Catoptricum Universale. Per D. Humfredum Ditton

Camello, G. J.; Petiverio, J., 1704:
Tractatulus de Ambaro, a Reverendo D. D. G. J. Camello, Communicatus D. Jacobo Petiverio Societatis Regiae Socio

Lyster, J.; Harwood, J., 1706:
A Description of a Roman Sudatory, or Hypocaustum, Found at Wroxeter in Shropshire, Anno 1701. By Mr John Lyster. Communicated to the Royal Society by John Harwood, LL. D. and F. R. S

Martin, M., 1706:
A Relation of a Deaf and Dumb Person, Who Recovered His Speech and Hearing after a Violent Fever: With Some Other Medicinal and Chirurgical Observations. By Mr. Martin Martin

Colson, J., 1706:
Aequationum Cubicarum & Biquadraticarum, tum Analytica, tum Geometrica & Mechanica, Resolutio Universalis, a J. Colson

de Moivre, A., 1706:
Aequationum Quarundam Potestatis Tertiae, Quintae, Septimae, Nonae, & Superiorum, ad Infinitum Usque Pergendo, in Terminis Finitis, ad Instar Regularum pro Cubicis Quae Vocantur Cardani, Resolutio Analytica

Yonge, J., 1706:
An Account of Balls of Hair Taken from the Uterus and Ovaria of Several Women; By Mr. James Yonge, F.R.S. Communicated to Dr. Hans Sloane, R.S. Secr

Landeck,, 1706:
An Account of Dr Ehm's Treatise of St George's Bath by Landeck, in the Lordship of Glats Near Silesia

Douglas, D., 1706:
An Account of a Hydrops Ovarii, with a New and Exact Figure of the Glandulae Renales, and of the Uterus in a Puerpera. Communicated by Dr Douglas, F. R. S

William Derham, 1706:
An Account of a Pyramidal Appearance in the Heavens, Observed Near Upminster in Essex, by the Reverend Mr. William Derham, F. R. S

Derham, W., 1706:
An Account of a Pyramidal Appearance in the Heavens, Observed Near Upminster in Essex, by the Reverend Mr. William Derham, F. R. S

Douglas, J., 1706:
An Account of a Very Large Tumour in the Fore Part of the Neck, etc. By Dr James Douglas

Hauksbee, F., 1706:
An Account of an Experiment Made before the Royal Society at Gresham College, May 28. 1707. Touching the Difficulty of Separating Two Hemispheres, upon the Injecting of an Atmosphere of Air on Their Outward Surfaces, without Withdrawing the Included Air. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Fra. Hauksbee, 1706:
An Account of an Experiment Made before the Royal Society at Gresham College, Together with a Repetition of the Same, Touching the Production of a Considerable Light upon a Slight Attrition of the Hands on a Glass Globe Exhausted of Its Air: With Other Remarkable Occurrences. By Mr Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1706:
An Account of an Experiment Made before the Royal Society at Gresham College, Together with a Repetition of the Same, Touching the Production of a Considerable Light upon a Slight Attrition of the Hands on a Glass Globe Exhausted of Its Air: With Other Remarkable Occurrences. By Mr Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1706:
An Account of an Experiment Made before the Royal Society at Gresham-Colledge, Touching the Extraordinary Elistricity of Glass, Produceable on a Smart Attrition of It; With a Continuation of Experiments on the Same Subject, and Other Phenomena. By Mr Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Fra. Hauksbee, 1706:
An Account of an Experiment Made before the Royal Society, Touching the Proportion of the Weight of Air, to the Weight of a Like Bulk of Water, without Knowing the Quantity of Either. By Mr Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1706:
An Account of an Experiment Made before the Royal Society, Touching the Proportion of the Weight of Air, to the Weight of a Like Bulk of Water, without Knowing the Quantity of Either. By Mr Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1706:
An Account of an Experiment, Confirming One Lately Made, Touching the Production of Light, by the Effluvia of One Glass Falling on Another in Motion. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1706 :
An Account of an Experiment, Touching the Quantity of Air Produced from a Certain Quantity of Gunpowder Fired in Common Air; By Mr.F.Hauksbee,F.R.S

Maxwell, J.; Harris, J., 1706:
An Account of the Cape of Good Hope, by Mr. John Maxwell: Communicated by the Reverend Dr. John Harris, F. R. S

Fawler, J., 1706:
An Account of the Cure of Two Sinuous Ulcers Possessing the Space of the Whole Arm, with an Extraordinary Supply of a Callus which Fully Answers the Purposes of the Os Humeri Lost in Time of Cure. From Mr. John Fawler, Surgeon to the Sick and Wounded at Deal, to Dr. William Cockburn, F. R. S

Keill, J., 1706:
An Account of the Death and Dissection of John Bayles, of Northampton, Reputed to Have Been 130 Years Old. By Dr James Keill

Hauksbee, F., 1706:
An Experiment Made at Gresham-College, Shewing That the Seemingly Spontaneous Ascention of Water in Small Tubes Open at Both Ends is the Same in Vacuo as in the Open Air. By Mr Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1706:
An Experiment Shewing, That the Springs or Constituent Parts of Air are Capable to Suffer Such Disorder, by a Violent Impulse, as to Require Time to Recover Their Natural State; By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hewnden, A.; Tyson, E., 1706:
An Observation of a Tumor on the Neck, Full of Hydatides, Cured by Mr Anthony Hewnden, Surgeon: Communicated by Dr Edw. Tyson, F.R.S

Kamel, G. Jos.; Petiver, J., 1706:
De Conchy Liss Turbinatis, Bivalvibus & Univalvibus, Item de Mineralibus, Fossilibus, & Thermis Phillippensibus, ex M S S. R. P. Geo. Jos. Kamel. Communicavit D. Jacobus Petiver, Pharmacop. Londin. & Soc. Reg. S

Geo. Jos. Camelli and Jac. Petiver, 1706:
De Monstris, Quasi Monstris & Monstrosis; Item de Serpentibus, etc. Philippensibus, ex MS. R. P. Geo. Jos. Camelli. Communicavit D. Jac. Petiver. Pharmacop. Lond. & S. R. S

Camelli, G. Jos.; Petiver, J., 1706:
De Monstris, Quasi Monstris & Monstrosis; Item de Serpentibus, etc. Philippensibus, ex MS. R. P. Geo. Jos. Camelli. Communicavit D. Jac. Petiver. Pharmacop. Lond. & S. R. S

Camel, G. Jos.; Petiver, J., 1706:
De Quadrupedibus Philippensibus Tractat. a Reverendo Georg. Jos. Camel. Transmissus Jacobo Petiver, Pharmacop. & Societ. Regiae Soc. Londini

Jacobo, J.; Schevchzeris, J., 1706:
Eclipsis Lunaris Tiguri Observata a Joh. Jacobo, & Johanne Schevchzeris, Fratribus, M D. Die 17 Apr. 1707

Musgrave, G., 1706:
Epistola, in Qua Ratio Redditur Librinuper Editi, Cui Titulus, de Arthritide Anomala, Sive Interna, Dissertatio. Auctore Guilliano Musgrave, M. D. Colt. Med. Lond. & Reg. Societ. Socio. Viro Clariffimo, Hans Sloane, Med. Doct. Regiae Societatis a Secretis, S. P. D. Guith. Musgrave

van Leeuwenhoek, A., 1706:
Microscopical Observations on the Cortex Peruvianus: By Mr. Anthony Van Leeuwenhoek, F. R. S

van Leeuwenhoek, A., 1706:
Microscopical Observations on the Seeds of Several East-India Plants, by Mr Anthony van Leeuwenhoek, F. R. S

van Leeuwenhoek, A., 1706:
Microscopical Observations on the Structure of the Spleen, and the Proboscis of Fleas. By Mr Anthony Van Leeuwenhoek, F. R. S

Brattle, T., 1706:
Observatio Eclipsis Lunaris Peracta Bostony Nov. Angtorum, Die Quinto Aprilis Vespere, A. D. 1707. a Tho. Brattle

Flamsted, J., 1706:
Observations of the Solar Eclipse, May 1/12 1706 At the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, etc. Communicated by the Reverend Mr John Flamsted, Math. Reg. & F. R. S

W. Cowper, 1706:
Of Hydatides Inclosed with a Stony Crust in the Kidny of a Sheep. By Mr W. Cowper, F. R. S

Cowper, W., 1706:
Of Hydatides Inclosed with a Stony Crust in the Kidny of a Sheep. By Mr W. Cowper, F. R. S

Scheuchzer, J. Jac., 1706:
Pars Epistolae a Cl. D. Joh. Jac. Scheuchzer, M. D. Tigur. & Societat. Reg. Lond. Soc. ad D. Jacobum Petiver, Dictae Societ. Soc. de Eclipsi Solis Totali Die 12 degrees. Maij Tiguri Observata

Fr. Hauksbee, 1706:
Several Experiments Shewing the Strange Effects of the Effluvia of Glass, Produceable on the Motion and Attrition of It. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F.R.S

Hauksbee, F., 1706:
Several Experiments Shewing the Strange Effects of the Effluvia of Glass, Produceable on the Motion and Attrition of It. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F.R.S

George Plaxton and Ralph Thoresby, 1706:
Some Natural Observations Made in the Parishes of Kinardsey and Donington in Shropshire, by the Reverend Mr. George Plaxton. Communicated by Mr. Ralph Thoresby, to Dr. Hans Sloane, R. S. Secr

Plaxton, G.; Thoresby, R., 1706:
Some Natural Observations Made in the Parishes of Kinardsey and Donington in Shropshire, by the Reverend Mr. George Plaxton. Communicated by Mr. Ralph Thoresby, to Dr. Hans Sloane, R. S. Secr

Derham, W., 1706:
Tabula Exhibens Coelitempestates, & Mutationes, ter Unoquoque Die: Item Plagam Ventorum, & Nubium; Altitudinem Mercurii in Barometro, & Spirituum in Thermometro; & Denique Pluviae Quantitatem, Quae Quibusdam Diebus, & Unoquoque Mense, per Infundibulum 12 Pollices Latum, apud Upminster in Comitatu Essexiae Decidebat Anno 1705. Per W. Derham Rectorem Upminsterensem, & S. R. S

Perks, M.; de Moivre, A., 1706:
The Construction and Properties of a New Quadratrix to the Hyperbola, By Mr... Perks. Communicated by Mr Abr. de Moivre, F. R. S

Gregorianae,, 1706:
Vindiciae Matheseos Universalis Gregorianae Contra Secundos Abbatis Galloysii Impetus in Historia Acad. Scient. An. MDCCIII

Fielding, R., 1708:
A Brief Narrative of the Shot of Dr. Robert Fielding with a Musket-Bullet, and Its Strange Manner of Coming out of His Head, Where It Had Lam Near Thirty Years. Written by Himself

Poupart, M., 1708:
A Relation of Some Strange and Wonderful Effects of the Scurvey, Which Happened at Paris in the Year 1699. By Mr. Poupart. Taken from the Memoirs of the History of the Academy of Sciences

Bourguignon,, 1708:
A Relation of the New Island Thrown up Near the Island of Santerini; Sent to the Marquis of Ferriol, Ambassador Extraordinary of France at the Ottoman Port. Taken from the Memoirs of the History of Arts and Sciences at Trevoux, for the Month of July, 1708

Molyneux, S., 1708:
A Relation of the Strange Effects of Thunder and Lighting, Which Happened at Mrs. Close's House at New-Forge, in the County of Down in Ireland, on the 9th of August, 1707. Communicated by Samuel Molyneux Esq; Secretary of the Philosophical Society at Dublin

W. Derham, 1708:
A Short Dissertation concerning the Child's Crying in the Womb. By the Reverend Mr. W. Derham, F. R. S

Derham, W., 1708:
A Short Dissertation concerning the Child's Crying in the Womb. By the Reverend Mr. W. Derham, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of Some Experiments, Touching the Electricity and Light Producible on the Attrition of Several Bodies. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708 :
An Account of Some Experiments, in Relation to the Weight of Common Water under Different Circumstances. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of Some Experiments, in Relation to the Weight of Common Water, under Different Circumstances. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee. F. R. S

Mead, R., 1708:
An Account of Three Cases of the Hydrophobia. By R. Mead, M. D. F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Account of an Experiment Touching the Different Densities of Common Water, from the Greatest Degree of Heat in our Climate, to the Freezing Point, Observ'd by a Thermometer. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of an Experiment Touching the Different Densities of Common Water, from the Greatest Degree of Heat in our Climate, to the Freezing Point, Observ'd by a Thermometer. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Account of an Experiment Touching the Different Densities of the Air, from the Greatest Natural Heat, to the Greatest Natural Cold in This Climate. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of an Experiment Touching the Different Densities of the Air, from the Greatest Natural Heat, to the Greatest Natural Cold in This Climate. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Francis Hauksbee, 1708:
An Account of an Experiment Touching the Freezing of Common Water, Ting'd with a Liquid Said to be Extracted from Shell-Lac. By Mr. Francis Hauksbee. F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of an Experiment Touching the Freezing of Common Water, Ting'd with a Liquid Said to be Extracted from Shell-Lac. By Mr. Francis Hauksbee. F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Account of an Experiment Touching the Propagation of Sound through Water. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of an Experiment Touching the Propagation of Sound through Water. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of an Experiment, Shewing That Actual Sound is Not to be Transmitted through a Vacuum. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of an Experiment, Shewing That an Object May Become Visible through Such an Opake Body as Pitch in the Dark, While It is under the Ctrucumstances of Attrition and a Vacuum. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Account of an Experiment, Touching an Attempt to Produce Light on the Inside of a Globe-Glass Lin'd with Melted Flowers of Sulphur, as in the Experiments of Sealing-Wax and Pitch. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of an Experiment, Touching an Attempt to Produce Light on the Inside of a Globe-Glass Lin'd with Melted Flowers of Sulphur, as in the Experiments of Sealing-Wax and Pitch. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Account of an Experiment, Touching the Production of Light Within a Globe Glass, Whose Inward Surface is Lin'd with Sealing-Wax upon an Attrition of Its Outside. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee; F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of an Experiment, Touching the Production of Light Within a Globe Glass, Whose Inward Surface is Lin'd with Sealing-Wax upon an Attrition of Its Outside. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee; F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Account of an Experiment, Touching the Propagation of Sound, Passing from the Sonorous Body into the Common Air, in One Direction Only. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of an Experiment, Touching the Propagation of Sound, Passing from the Sonorous Body into the Common Air, in One Direction Only. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Lord Archbishop of Dublin, ; Molyneux, S., 1708:
An Account of the Manner of Manuring Lands by Sea-Shells, as Practised in the Counties of Londonderry and Donegall in Ireland. By His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Dublin. Communicated by Samuel Molyneux Esq;

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Account of the Repetition of an Experiment Touching Motion Given Bodies Included in a Glass, by the Approach of a Finger Near Its Outside: With Other Experiments on the Effluvia of Glass. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of the Repetition of an Experiment Touching Motion Given Bodies Included in a Glass, by the Approach of a Finger Near Its Outside: With Other Experiments on the Effluvia of Glass. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Account of the Success of an Attempt to Continue Several Atmospheres of Air Condensed in the Space of One, for a Considerable Time. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Account of the Success of an Attempt to Continue Several Atmospheres of Air Condensed in the Space of One, for a Considerable Time. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Experiment Touching the Freezing of Common Water, and Water Purg'd of Air. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Experiment Touching the Freezing of Common Water, and Water Purg'd of Air. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Fr. Hauksbee, 1708:
An Experiment Touching the Weighing of Bodies of the Same Species, but of Very Unequal Surfaces, in Common Water, Being of an Equal Weight in Common Air. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
An Experiment Touching the Weighing of Bodies of the Same Species, but of Very Unequal Surfaces, in Common Water, Being of an Equal Weight in Common Air. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Stuart, A., 1708:
An Explanation of the Figures of a Pagan Temple and Unknown Characters at Cannara in Salset. By Mr. Alexander Stuart

Geo. Jos. Camelli and D. Jac. Petiver, 1708:
De Variis Animalibus Philippensibus, ex MSS. R. P. Geo. Jos Camelli. Communicavit D. Jac. Petiver, S. R. S

Camelli, G. Jos.; Petiver, D. Jac., 1708:
De Variis Animalibus Philippensibus, ex MSS. R. P. Geo. Jos Camelli. Communicavit D. Jac. Petiver, S. R. S

Grandi, G.; Magalotti, L., 1708:
Epistola D. Guidonis Grandi, Societatis Regalis Londin. Socii, ad Illust. Comitem D. Laurentium Magalotti, Dictae Societatis Socium, De Natura & Proprietatibus Soni

Motu, S.; Derham, W., 1708:
Experimenta & Observationes de Soni Motu, Aliisque ad id Attinentibus, Factae a Reverendo D. W. Derham Ecclesiae Upminsteriensis Rectore, & Societatis Regalis Londinensis Socio

Geoffroy, M., 1708:
Experiments upon Metals, Made with the Burning-Glass of the Duke of Orleans. By Monsieur Geoffroy, F. R. S

Keill, J., 1708:
Jo. Keill ex Aede Christi Oxoniensis, A. M. Epistola ad Clarissimum Virum Edmundum Halleium Geometriae Professorem Savilianum, de Legibus Virium Centripetarum

Keill, J., 1708:
Joannis Keill ex Aede Christi Oxon. A. M. Epistola ad Cl. Virum Gulielmum Cockburn, Medicinoe Doctorem. In qua Leges Attractiones Aliaque Physices Principia Traduntur

Anthony van Leeuwenhoek, 1708:
Microscopical Observations on the Palates of Oxen, &c. By Mr. Anthony van Leeuwenhoek, F. R. S

van Leeuwenhoek, A., 1708:
Microscopical Observations on the Palates of Oxen, &c. By Mr. Anthony van Leeuwenhoek, F. R. S

Gandolphe, M., 1708:
Observations upon Incisions of the Cornea. By Monsieur Gandolphe, Doctor of Physick at Dunkirk. April 1709

Hauksbee, F., 1708:
Several Experiments Touching the Seeming Spontaneous Ascent of Water. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S

Derham, W.; Scheuchzer, J. Ja.; Derham, W.; Tilli, M. A., 1708:
Tables of the Barometical Altitudes at Zurich in Switzerland in the Year 1708. Observed by Dr. Joh. Ja. Scheuchzer, F. R. S. and at Upminster in England, Observed at the Same Time by Mr. W. Derham, F. R. S. as Also the Rain at Pisa in Italy in 1707. and 1708. Observed There by Dr. Michael Angelo Tilli, F. R. S. and at Zurich in 1708. And at Upminster in All That Time: With Remarks on the Same Tables, as Also on the Winds, Heat and Cold, and Divers Other Matters Occurring in Those Three Different

Derham, W., 1708:
The History of the Great Frost in the Last Winter 1703 and 1708/9 By the Reverend Mr. W. Derham, Rector of Upminster, F. R. S

Petiver, J., 1708:
The Manner of Making Styrax Liquida, Alias Rosa Mallas. Communicated by Mr. James Petiver, F. R. S

W. Cockburn, 1708:
The Practice of Purging and Vomiting Medicines, according to Dr. Cockburn's Solution of His Problem; With Tables Shewing Their Doses in Particular Ages and Constitutions. Inscrib'd to the Learned Dr. Garth. F. R. S. by W. Cockburn, M. D

Cockburn, W., 1708:
The Practice of Purging and Vomiting Medicines, according to Dr. Cockburn's Solution of His Problem; With Tables Shewing Their Doses in Particular Ages and Constitutions. Inscrib'd to the Learned Dr. Garth. F. R. S. by W. Cockburn, M. D