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List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 60488

Chapter 60488 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.





A Continuation of the Osteographia Elephantina: Or, a Description of the Bones of an Elephant, which Died Near Dundee, April the 27th, 1706. By Mr. Patrick Blair
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 117-168 (1710)

A Demonstration of the Number of Acres Contained in England, or South-Britain; And the Use Which May be Made of It. By Dr. Nehemiah Grew, Fellow of the Royal Society, and of the College of Physicians
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 266-269 (1710)

A Description of the Apparatus for Making Experiments on the Refractions of Fluids: With a Table of the Specifick Gravities, Angles of Observations, and Ratio of Refractions of Several Fluids. By Mr Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 204-207 (1710)

A Description of the Apparatus for Making Experiments on the Refractions of Fluids: With a Table of the Specifick Gravities, Angles of Observations, and Ratio of Refractions of Several Fluids. By Mr Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 204-207 (1710)

A Description of the Several Strata of Earth, Stone, Coal, etc. Found in a Coal-Pit at the West End of Dudley in Straffordshire: By Mr. Fettiplace Bellers, F. R. S. To Which is Added, a Table of the Specifick Gravity of Each Stratum: By Mr Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S. Communicated by Dr. Hans Sloane, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 541-544 (1710)

A Description of the Several Strata of Earth, Stone, Coal, etc. Found in a Coal-Pit at the West End of Dudley in Straffordshire: By Mr. Fettiplace Bellers, F. R. S. To Which is Added, a Table of the Specifick Gravity of Each Stratum: By Mr Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S. Communicated by Dr. Hans Sloane, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 541-544 (1710)

A Relation of a New Island, Which Was Raised up from the Bottom of the Sea, on the 23d of May 1707. in the Bay of Santorini, in the Archipelago. Written by Father Goree (a Jesuit) an Eye-Witness
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 354-375 (1710)

A Relation of an Hydropical Case, in Which the Gall Bladder Was Distended to an Unusual Bigness. By Mr James Yonge, F. R. S. Surgeon at Plimouth
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 426-429 (1710)

A Relation of the Effects of a Storm of Thunder and Lightning at Sampford-Courtney in Devonshire, or October the 7th 1711. Communicated by John Chamberlayne Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 528-529 (1710)

A Relation of the Effects of a Storm of Thunder and Lightning at Sampford-Courtney in Devonshire, or October the 7th 1711. Communicated by John Chamberlayne Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 528-529 (1710)

An Account of Divers Rare Plants, Lately Observed in Several Curious Gardens about London, and Particularly the Company of Apothecaries Physick Garden at Chelsey. By Mr. James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 375-394 (1710)

An Account of Divers Rare Plants, Lately Observed in Several Curious Gardens about London, and Particularly the Company of Apothecaries Physick Garden at Chelsey. By Mr. James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 375-394 (1710)

An Account of Experiments concerning the Proportion of the Power of the Load-Stone at Different Distances. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 506-511 (1710)

An Account of Experiments concerning the Proportion of the Power of the Load-Stone at Different Distances. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 506-511 (1710)

An Account of Some Experiments Touching the Keeping of Fishes in Water under Different Circumstances. By Mr Fr. Hauskbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 431-434 (1710 )

An Account of Some Experiments Touching the Keeping of Fishes in Water under Different Circumstances. By Mr Fr. Hauskbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 431-434 (1710)

An Account of an Experiment Touching the Ascent of Water between Two Glass Planes, in an Hyperbolick Figure. By Mr. Francis Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 539-540 (1710)

An Account of an Experiment Touching the Ascent of Water between Two Glass Planes, in an Hyperbolick Figure. By Mr. Francis Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 539-540 (1710)

An Account of an Experiment Touching the Direction of a Drop of Oil of Oranges, between Two Glass Planes, towards Any Side of Them That is Nearest Press'd Together. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 395-396 (1710)

An Account of an Experiment Touching the Direction of a Drop of Oil of Oranges, between Two Glass Planes, towards Any Side of Them That is Nearest Press'd Together. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 395-396 (1710)

An Account of an Experiment, concerning an Endeavour to Produce Light thro' a Metallick Body, under the Circumstances of a Vacuum and Attrition. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 328-330 (1710)

An Account of an Experiment, concerning an Endeavour to Produce Light thro' a Metallick Body, under the Circumstances of a Vacuum and Attrition. By Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 328-330 (1710)

An Account of an Experiment, concerning the Angle Requir'd to Suspend a Drop of Oyl of Oranges, at Certain Stations, between Two Glass Planes, Placed in the Form of a Wedge. By Mr. Fr. Hauskbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 473-474 (1710)

An Account of an Experiment, concerning the Angle Requir'd to Suspend a Drop of Oyl of Oranges, at Certain Stations, between Two Glass Planes, Placed in the Form of a Wedge. By Mr. Fr. Hauskbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 473-474 (1710)

An Account of the Dissection of a Person, Who dy'd of an Ulcer in the Right Kidney. By J. Douglas, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 32-35 (1710)

An Account of the Dissection of a Person, Who dy'd of an Ulcer in the Right Kidney. By J. Douglas, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 32-35 (1710)

An Account of the Moon's Eclipse, February 2. 1701/2. Observed at Streatham Near London, and Compared with the Calculation. By the Rev. Mr H. Cressener, M. A. Fellow of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 16-19 (1710)

An Account of the Repetition of an Experiment of the Late Dr. Hooke's, concerning Two Liquors, which, When Mixt Together, Will Possess Less Space, Than When Separate: With Another Experiment Confirming the Same. By Mr. F. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 325-327 (1710)

An Account of the Repetition of an Experiment of the Late Dr. Hooke's, concerning Two Liquors, which, When Mixt Together, Will Possess Less Space, Than When Separate: With Another Experiment Confirming the Same. By Mr. F. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 325-327 (1710)

An Account of what Appeared on Opening the Body of - St. Johns Esq; Who Dyed of an Asthma, July the 2d 1705. Aged 72 Years. By the Late Mr. William Cowper, Surgeon, F. R. S. Communicated by Dr. Hans Sloane, Reg. Soc. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 534-535 (1710)

An Account of what Appeared on Opening the Body of - St. Johns Esq; Who Dyed of an Asthma, July the 2d 1705. Aged 72 Years. By the Late Mr. William Cowper, Surgeon, F. R. S. Communicated by Dr. Hans Sloane, Reg. Soc. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 534-535 (1710)

An Anatomical Description of the Heart of Land Tortoises from America. By Mr. Paul Bussiere, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 170-185 (1710)

An Anatomical Description of the Heart of Land Tortoises from America. By Mr. Paul Bussiere, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 170-185 (1710)

An Argument for Divine Providence, Taken from the Constant Regularity Observ'd in the Births of Both Sexes. By Dr. John Arbuthnott, Physitian in Ordinary to Her Majesty, and Fellow of the College of Physitians and the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 186-190 (1710)

Animadversiones Quaedam in Codicem MS. Membranaceum, Superiori Epistola Memoratum: Excerptae Ex Additamentis G. Ch. Schelhammeri in Herm. Conringij Introductionem in Artem Medicam. Cap. XII. Pag. 401
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 459-461 (1710)

Concerning the Proportion of Mathematical Points to Each Other. By the Honourable Francis Robartes Esq; Vice-President of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 470-472 (1710)

De Araneis & Scarabaeis Philippensibus. Ex MSS. R. P. Geo. Jos. Camelli. Communicavit Jacobus Petiver, S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 310-315 (1710)

De Araneis & Scarabaeis Philippensibus. Ex MSS. R. P. Geo. Jos. Camelli. Communicavit Jacobus Petiver, S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 310-315 (1710)

De Mensura Sortis seu; de Probabilitate Eventuum in Ludis a Casu Fortuito Pendentibus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 213-264 (1710)

Epistola D. J. Phil. Breynij, M. D. Gedanensis, & Reg. Societ. Lond. Sodal. ad D. Hans Sloane, M. D. Dictoe Societatis Secretarium; Varias Observationes Continens, in Itinere per Italiam Suscepto, Anno 1703
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 447-459 (1710)

Experiments and Observations of the Effects of Several Sorts of Poisons upon Animals, etc. Made at Montpellier in the Years 1678 and 1679, by the Late William Courten Esq; Communicated by Dr. Hans Sloane, R. S. Secr. Translated from the Latin MS
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 485-500 (1710)

Experiments concerning the Effects of Air Pass'd through Red Hot Mettals, &c. By Mr F. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 199-203 (1710)

Experiments concerning the Effects of Air Pass'd through Red Hot Mettals, &c. By Mr F. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 199-203 (1710)

Experiments concerning the Time Required in the Descent of Different Bodies, of Different Magnitudes and Weights, in Common Air, from a Certain Height. By Mr. Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 196-198 (1710)

Experiments concerning the Time Required in the Descent of Different Bodies, of Different Magnitudes and Weights, in Common Air, from a Certain Height. By Mr. Fra. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 196-198 (1710)

Johannis Freind, M. D. Oxon. Praelectionnm Chymicarum Vindiciae, in Quibus Objectiones, in Actis Lipsiensibus Anno 1710. Mense Septembri, Contra Vim Materiae Attractricem Allatae, Diluuntur
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 330-342 (1710)

Observations concerning the Subterraneous Trees in Dagenham, and Other Marshes Bordering upon the River of Thames, in the County of Essex. By the Revd. Mr. W. Derham, Rector of Upminster in the Same County, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 478-484 (1710)

Observations concerning the Subterraneous Trees in Dagenham, and Other Marshes Bordering upon the River of Thames, in the County of Essex. By the Revd. Mr. W. Derham, Rector of Upminster in the Same County, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 478-484 (1710)

Some Farther Account of Divers Rare Plants, Lately Observed in Several Curious Gardens about London, and Particularly in the Company of Apothecaries Physick-Garden at Chelsey. By Mr. James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 416-426 (1710)

Some Farther Account of Divers Rare Plants, Lately Observed in Several Curious Gardens about London, and Particularly in the Company of Apothecaries Physick-Garden at Chelsey. By Mr. James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 416-426 (1710)

The Dimensions of Some Human Bones, of an Extraordinary Size, Which Were Dug up Near St. Albans in Hertfordshire. Communicated by Mr. W. Cheselden, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 436-436 (1710)

The Specifick Gravities of Several Metalline Cubes, in Comparison with Their Like Bulks of Water. By Mr. Fr. Hauskbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 27: 511-512 (1710)

The Specifick Gravities of Several Metalline Cubes, in Comparison with Their Like Bulks of Water. By Mr. Fr. Hauskbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 27(325-336): 511-512 (1710)

A Farther Account of the Ascending of Drops of Spirit of Wine between Two Glass Planes Twenty Inches and an Half Long; With a Table of the Distances from the Touching Ends, and the Angles of Elevation. By the Late Mr Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 155-156 (1712)

A Relation of a Scirrhous Tumour, Included in a Cystis, &c. By Mr. Richard Russell, Surgeon, at Lewes in Sussex; And Communicated by Mr William Cheselden, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 276-278 (1712)

A Short Account of Some Swedish Minerals, &c. Sent from Mr Angestein, Overseer of the King of Sweden's Mines, to Mr James Petiver, Apothecary, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 222-224 (1712)

An Abridgement of a Book Intitl'd, A Description of the Plague, Which Happened in the Royal City of Dantzick, in the Year 1709. Written in High-Dutch by Dr. John Christoph. Gottwald, and Communicated by Dr. Joh. Phil. Breynius, as the Best Account of That Distemper There Publish'd. Translated by C. J. Spregnell, M.D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 101-144 (1712)

An Account of Divers Rare Plants, Observed Last Summer in Several Curious Gardens, and Particularly the Society of Apothecaries Physick Garden at Chelsea. By Mr. James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 33-64 (1712)

An Account of Same Farther Experiments Touching the Ascent of Water between Two Glass Planes in an Hyperbolick Curve. By the Late Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 153-154 (1712)

An Account of an Experiment Touching the Proportions of the Ascent of Spirit of Wine between Two Glass Planes, Whose Surfaces Were Plac'd at Certain Different Distances from Each Other. By the Late Mr. Francis Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 151-152 (1712)

An Account of the Subsiding, or Sinking down of Part of a Hill Near Clogher in Ireland. Communicated by the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Clogher, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 267-269 (1712)

An Examen of the Chalybeat, or Spa-Waters, Called by the Germans Acid or Sowre-Brunns, or Fountains; But Prov'd to be of a Contrary Nature, That is, Alkali's. by Dr. Fred. Slare, Fellow of the Coll. of Physicians and Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 247-251 (1712)

Botanicum Hortense. III. Giving an Account of Divers Rare Plants, Observed This Summer, A. D. 1713, in Several Curious Gardens about London, and Particularly the Society of Apothecaries Physick Garden at Chelsea. by James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 177-221 (1712)

De Aquilis Romanis, Excerpta ex Epistola Guil. Musgrave, M. D. et Utriusq; Societ. Reg. Socij, ad Virum Clariss. Gisb. Cuperum, Consulem Daventriensem
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 145-150 (1712)

De Inventione Centri Oscillationis- Per Brook Taylor Armig. Regal. Societat. Sodal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 11-21 (1712)

De Legionibus Epistola, ad Virum Clarissimum Doctissimumque Hans Sloane, M. D. Regiae Societati a Secretis, Coll. Medd. Lond. Sodalem, et Medicum Regium, Data, a Guil. Musgrave, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 80-90 (1712)

De motu Nervi Tenst. Per Brook Taylor Armig. Regal. Societat. Sodal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 26-32 (1712)

Epistola D. Josephi Vallettae Nobilis Neopolitani, ad D. Richardum Waller Armig. Reg. Societ.Sec. de Incendio & Eruptione Montis Vesuvii, Anno MDCCVII
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 22-25 (1712)

Epistola Nicolai Facij, Reg. Soc. Lond. Sod. ad Fratrem Joh. Christoph. Facium Dictoe Societatis Sodalem, qua Vendicat Solutionem Suam Problematis de Inveniendo Solido Rotundo seu Tereti in Quod Minima Fiat Resistentia
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 172-176 (1712)

Observationes Coelestes Britannicae, Grenovici in Observatorio Regio, a Johanne Flamsteedio, Ast. Reg. Hahitae, Annis MDCCXI & MDCCXII
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 65-79 (1712)

Problematis Kepleriani, de Inveniendo Vero Motu Planetarum, Areas Tempori Proportionales in Orbibus Ellipticis Circa Focorum Alterum Describentium, Solutio Newtoniana; A D. J. Keill, Astr. Prof. Savil. Oxon. & R. S. S. Demonstrata & Exemplis Illustrata
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 1-10 (1712)

Remarks Upon the Plague at Copenhagen in the Year 1711. Communicated by John Chamberlayne, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 279-281 (1712)

Some Anatomical Observations. By Mr. William Cheselden, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 281-282 (1712)

The Husbandry of Canary Seed. By the Reverend Mr. Edward Tenison
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 28(337): 91-92 (1712)

A Farther Account of the Ascending of Drops of Spirit of Wine between Two Glass Planes Twenty Inches and an Half Long; With a Table of the Distances from the Touching Ends, and the Angles of Elevation. By the Late Mr Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 155-156 (1713)

A Relation of a Scirrhous Tumour, Included in a Cystis, &c. By Mr. Richard Russell, Surgeon, at Lewes in Sussex; And Communicated by Mr William Cheselden, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 276-278 (1713)

A Short Account of Some Swedish Minerals, &c. Sent from Mr Angestein, Overseer of the King of Sweden's Mines, to Mr James Petiver, Apothecary, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 222-224 (1713)

An Abridgement of a Book Intitl'd, A Description of the Plague, Which Happened in the Royal City of Dantzick, in the Year 1709. Written in High-Dutch by Dr. John Christoph. Gottwald, and Communicated by Dr. Joh. Phil. Breynius, as the Best Account of That Distemper There Publish'd. Translated by C. J. Spregnell, M.D
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 101-144 (1713)

An Account of Divers Rare Plants, Observed Last Summer in Several Curious Gardens, and Particularly the Society of Apothecaries Physick Garden at Chelsea. By Mr. James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 33-64 (1713)

An Account of Same Farther Experiments Touching the Ascent of Water between Two Glass Planes in an Hyperbolick Curve. By the Late Mr. Fr. Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 153-154 (1713)

An Account of an Experiment Touching the Proportions of the Ascent of Spirit of Wine between Two Glass Planes, Whose Surfaces Were Plac'd at Certain Different Distances from Each Other. By the Late Mr. Francis Hauksbee, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 151-152 (1713)

An Account of the Subsiding, or Sinking down of Part of a Hill Near Clogher in Ireland. Communicated by the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Clogher, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 267-269 (1713)

An Examen of the Chalybeat, or Spa-Waters, Called by the Germans Acid or Sowre-Brunns, or Fountains; But Prov'd to be of a Contrary Nature, That is, Alkali's. by Dr. Fred. Slare, Fellow of the Coll. of Physicians and Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 247-251 (1713)

Botanicum Hortense. III. Giving an Account of Divers Rare Plants, Observed This Summer, A. D. 1713, in Several Curious Gardens about London, and Particularly the Society of Apothecaries Physick Garden at Chelsea. by James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 177-221 (1713)

De Aquilis Romanis, Excerpta ex Epistola Guil. Musgrave, M. D. et Utriusq; Societ. Reg. Socij, ad Virum Clariss. Gisb. Cuperum, Consulem Daventriensem
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 145-150 (1713)

De Inventione Centri Oscillationis- Per Brook Taylor Armig. Regal. Societat. Sodal
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 11-21 (1713)

De Legionibus Epistola, ad Virum Clarissimum Doctissimumque Hans Sloane, M. D. Regiae Societati a Secretis, Coll. Medd. Lond. Sodalem, et Medicum Regium, Data, a Guil. Musgrave, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 80-90 (1713)

De motu Nervi Tenst. Per Brook Taylor Armig. Regal. Societat. Sodal
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 26-32 (1713)

Epistola D. Josephi Vallettae Nobilis Neopolitani, ad D. Richardum Waller Armig. Reg. Societ.Sec. de Incendio & Eruptione Montis Vesuvii, Anno MDCCVII
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 22-25 (1713)

Epistola Nicolai Facij, Reg. Soc. Lond. Sod. ad Fratrem Joh. Christoph. Facium Dictoe Societatis Sodalem, qua Vendicat Solutionem Suam Problematis de Inveniendo Solido Rotundo seu Tereti in Quod Minima Fiat Resistentia
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 172-176 (1713)

Observationes Coelestes Britannicae, Grenovici in Observatorio Regio, a Johanne Flamsteedio, Ast. Reg. Hahitae, Annis MDCCXI & MDCCXII
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 65-79 (1713)

Problematis Kepleriani, de Inveniendo Vero Motu Planetarum, Areas Tempori Proportionales in Orbibus Ellipticis Circa Focorum Alterum Describentium, Solutio Newtoniana; A D. J. Keill, Astr. Prof. Savil. Oxon. & R. S. S. Demonstrata & Exemplis Illustrata
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 1-10 (1713)

Remarks Upon the Plague at Copenhagen in the Year 1711. Communicated by John Chamberlayne, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 279-281 (1713)

Some Anatomical Observations. By Mr. William Cheselden, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 281-282 (1713)

The Husbandry of Canary Seed. By the Reverend Mr. Edward Tenison
, Philosophical Transactions 28: 91-92 (1713)

A Description of That Curious Natural Machine, the Wood-Peckers Tongue, etc. By Richard Waller Esq; Late Secretary to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 509-522 (1714)

A New Method for Making Logarithms, and Vice Versa, for Finding the Number Corresponding to a Logarithm Given, by Help of the Following Table. Communicated by Mr. John Long, S. Theol. Bacc. and Fellow of Corpus Christi Coll. Oxon
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 52-54 (1714)

A New Method for Making Logarithms, and Vice Vers, for Finding the Number Corresponding to a Logarithm Given, by Help of the Following Table. Communicated by Mr. John Long, S. Theol. Bacc. and Fellow of Corpus Christi Coll. Oxon
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 52-54 (1714)

A Plain and Easy Experiment to Confirm Sir Isaac Newton's Doctrine of the Different Refrangibility of the Rays of Light. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 448-452 (1714)

A Ready Description and Quadrature of a Curve of the Third Order, Resembling That Commonly Call'd the Foliate. Communicated by Mr. Abr. De Moivre, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 329-331 (1714)

A Ready Description and Quadrature of a Curve of the Third Order, Resembling That Commonly Call'd the Foliate. Communicated by Mr. Abr. De Moivre, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 329-331 (1714)

A Short Account of the Cause of the Saltness of the Ocean, and of the Several Lakes That Emit no Rivers; With a Proposal, by Help Thereof, to Discover the Age of the World. Produced before the Royal-Society by Edmund Halley, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 296-300 (1714)

A Short Account of the Cause of the Saltness of the Ocean, and of the Several Lakes That Emit no Rivers; With a Proposal, by Help Thereof, to Discover the Age of the World. Produced before the Royal-Society by Edmund Halley, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 296-300 (1714)

An Account of Several Extraordinary Meteors or Lights in the Sky. by Dr. Edmund Halley, Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxon, and Secretary to the Royal-Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 159-164 (1714)

An Account of Some Experiments of Light and Colours, Formerly Made by Sir Isaac Newton, and Mention'd in His Opticks, Lately Repeated before the Royal Society by J. T. Desaguliers, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 433-447 (1714)

An Account of Some Experiments of Light and Colours, Formerly Made by Sir Isaac Newton, and Mention'd in His Opticks, Lately Repeated before the Royal Society by J. T. Desaguliers, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 433-447 (1714)

An Account of What Appear'd on Opening the Big-Belly'd Woman near Haman in Shropshire, Who Was Suppos'd to Have Continued Many Years with Child. Communicated by Dr. Hollings M.D. from Shrewsbury
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 452-454 (1714)

An Account of a Journey from the Port of Oratava in the Island of Tenerife to the Top of the Pike in That Island, in August Last; With Observations Thereon by Mr. J. Edens
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 317-325 (1714)

An Account of an Experiment Made by Dr. Brook Taylor Assisted by Mr. Hawkesbee, in Order to Discover the Law of the Magnetical Attraction
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 294-295 (1714)

An Account of the Cause of the Late Remarkable Appearance of the Planet Venus, Seen This Summer, for Many Days Together, in the Day Time. By Edm. Halley, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 466-468 (1714)

An Account of the Cause of the Late Remarkable Appearance of the Planet Venus, Seen This Summer, for Many Days Together, in the Day Time. By Edm. Halley, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 466-468 (1714)

An Account of the Late Surprizing Appearance of the Lights Seen in the Air, on the Sixth of March Last; With an Attempt to Explain the Principal Phaenomena thereof; As It Was Laid before the Royal Society by Edmund Halley, J. V. D. Savilian Professor of Geom. Oxon, and Reg. Soc. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 406-428 (1714)

An Account of the Mischiefs Ensuing the Swallowing of the Stones of Bullace and Sloes. By the Reverend William Derham, Prebend of Windsor, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 484-486 (1714)

An Account of the Mischiefs Ensuing the Swallowing of the Stones of Bullace and Sloes. By the Reverend William Derham, Prebend of Windsor, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 484-486 (1714)

An Account of the Rain which Fell Every Year at Upminster in Essex, the Last Eighteen Years, with Remarks upon That of the Year 1714. By W. Derham, F. R S. Also a Comparison of What Has Been Observed of That Kind at Paris, by M. De La Hire
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 130-132 (1714)

An Account, or History, of the Procuring the Small Pox by Incision, or Inoculation; As It Has for Some Time Been Practised at Constantinople
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 72-82 (1714)

An Easy Mechanical Way to Divide the Nautical Meridian Line in Mercator's Projection; With an Account of the Relation of the Same Meridian Line to the Curva Catenaria. By J. Perks, M. A
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 331-339 (1714)

An Easy Mechanical Way to Divide the Nautical Meridian Line in Mercator's Projection; With an Account of the Relation of the Same Meridian Line to the Curva Catenaria. By J. Perks, M. A
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 331-339 (1714)

An Extract from the Journal Literaire, Publish'd at the Hague, for the Months of January and February, 1714. Pag. 238. Being, An Account of Several Observations concerning the Frame and Texture of the Muscles; By Mr Muys of Franequer
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 59-61 (1714)

Botanicum Hortense IV. Continued from No. 345. by James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 353-364 (1714)

Botanicum Hortense IV. Continued from No. 345. by James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 353-364 (1714)

Botanicum Hortense IV. Giving an Account of Divers Rare Plants, Observed the Last Summer A. D. 1714. in Several Curious Gardens about London and Particularly the Society of Apothecaries Physick-Garden at Chelsea
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 269-284 (1714)

Botanicum Hortense IV. Giving an Account of Divers Rare Plants, Observed the Last Summer A. D. 1714. in Several Curious Gardens about London, and Particularly the Society of Apothecaries Physick-Garden at Chelsea. by James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 229-244 (1714)

Botanicum Hortense IV. Giving an Account of Divers Rare Plants, Observed the Last Summer A. D. 1714. in Several Curious Gardens about London, and Particularly the Society of Apothecaries Physick-Garden at Chelsea. by James Petiver, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 229-244 (1714)

Experimenta Barometrica pro Varia Diversi Aeris Elasticitate Exploranda, in Variis Helvetiae Locis, Occasione Excursionis Alpinoe, Mense Sept. Anni Proeteriti Susceptoe. Ope Tubi 32 Digit. Parisin. Longi, 2 Linn. Diametro. a Johanne Jacobo Scheuchzero, M. D. Math. P. Tigurino. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 266-268 (1714)

Experimenta Barometrica pro Varia Diversi Aeris Elasticitate Exploranda, in Variis Helvetiae Locis, Occasione Excursionis Alpinoe, Mense Sept. Anni Proeteriti Susceptoe. Ope Tubi 32 Digit. Parisin. Longi, 2 Linn. Diametro. Johanne Jacobo Scheuchzero, M. D. Math. P. Tigurino. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 266-268 (1714)

Logometria Auctore Rogero Cotes, Trin. Coll. Cantab. Soc. Astr. & Ph. Exp. Professore Plumiano, & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 5-45 (1714)

Logometria Auctore Rogero Cotes, Trin. Coll. Cantab. Soc. Astr. & Ph. Exp. Professore Plumiano, & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 5-45 (1714)

Methodus Singularis Qua Solis Parallaxis Sive Distantia a Terra, ope Veneris intra Solem Conspiciendoe, Tuto Determinari Poterit: Proposita Coram Regia Societate ab Edm. Halleio J. U. D. Ejusdem Societatis Secretario
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 454-464 (1714)

Methodus Singularis Qu Solis Parallaxis Sive Distantia Terra, ope Veneris intra Solem Conspiciendoe, Tuto Determinari Poterit: Proposita Coram Regia Societate ab Edm. Halleio J. U. D. Ejusdem Societatis Secretario
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 454-464 (1714)

Nova & Tuta Variolas Excitandi per Transplantationem Methodus, Nuper Inventa & in Usum Tracta: Per Jacobum Pylarinum, Venetum, M. D. & Reipublicae Venetae Apud Smyrnenses Nuper Consulem
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 393-399 (1714)

Observationes Nonnulloe Planetarum Primariorum, ac Speciatim Stelloe Cujusdam Fixoe Corporis Jovis Interpositu Occultatoe; A R. D. Jacobo Pound, R. S. Soc. Nuper Habitoe, & ab Eodem Cum Regia Societate Communicatae
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 506-508 (1714)

Observationes Occultationis Stellae Formula in Origine Cornu Borei Tauri, Sub Disco Lunae, Simulque Eclipseos Lunae Statim Insecutae, Anno 1713. Novemb 21. Mane St. Vet. Romae Habitae, & a Praestantissimo Astronomo D. Francisco Blanchino. R. S. S. Communicatae. Cum Emersionibus Nonnullis Intimi Jovialium Ex Umbra Jovis, Ibidem Eodem Anno Observatis
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 88-90 (1714)

Observationes Occultationis Stellae in Origine Cornu Borei Tauri, Sub Disco Lunae, Simulque Eclipseos Lunae Statim Insecutae, Anno 1713. Novemb 21. Mane St. Vet. Romae Habitae, & Praestantissimo Astronomo D. Francisco Blanchino. R. S. S. Communicatae. Cum Emersionibus Nonnullis Intimi Jovialium Ex Umbra Jovis, Ibidem Eodem Anno Observatis
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 88-90 (1714)

Observationes Quaedam Accurate Insignis Cometae Sub Finem Anni 1680 visi, Coburgi Saxoniae a Domino Gottfried Kirch Habitae; Decimo Tertio die Antequam a Quoquam Alio Observatus Sit
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 170-172 (1714)

Observations and Experiments Relating to the Motion of the Sap in Vegetables. By Mr. Richard Bradley, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 486-490 (1714)

Observations and Experiments Relating to the Motion of the Sap in Vegetables. By Mr. Richard Bradley, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 486-490 (1714)

Observations of the Late Total Eclipse of the Sun on the 22d of April Last Past, Made before the Royal Society at Their House in Crane-Court in Fleet-Street, London. by Dr. Edmund Halley, Reg. Soc. Secr. with an Account of What Has Been Communicated from Abroad concerning the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 245-262 (1714)

Observations on the Glands in the Human Spleen; And on a Fracture in the upper Part of the Thigh-Bone. By J. Douglass, M.D. and R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 499-502 (1714)

Observations on the Glands in the Human Spleen; And on a Fracture in the upper Part of the Thigh-Bone. By J. Douglass, M.D. and R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 499-502 (1714)

Rules for Correcting the Usual Methods of Computing Amounts and Present Values, by Compound as well as Simple Interest; And of Stating Interest Accounts. Offer'd to Consideration, by Thomas Watkins, Gent. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 111-127 (1714)

Rules for Correcting the Usual Methods of Computing Amounts and Present Values, by Compound as well as Simple Interest; And of Stating Interest Accounts. Offer'd to Consideration, by Thomas Watkins, Gent. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 111-127 (1714)

Solutio Generalis Altera Praecedentis Problematis, ope Combinationum & Serierum Infinitarum, per D. Abr. De Moivre. Reg. Soc Sodalem
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 145-158 (1714)

Solutio Generalis Problematis XV. Propositi a D. de Moivre, in tractatu de Mensura Sortis inserto Actis Philosophicis Anglicanis No 329. Pro Numero Quocunque Collusorum: per D. Nicolaum Bernoulli, Basiliensem, Reg. Soc. Sodalem
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 133-144 (1714)

Solutio Generalis Problematis XV. Propositi D. de Moivre, in tractatu de Mensura Sortis inserto Actis Philosophicis Anglicanis No 329. Pro Numero Quocunque Collusorum: per D. Nicolaum Bernoulli, Basiliensem, Reg. Soc. Sodalem
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 133-144 (1714)

Some Late Curious Astronomical Observations Communicated by the Reverend and Learned Mr. James Pound, Rector of Wansted, and R. Soc. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 401-405 (1714)

Some Late Curious Astronomical Observations Communicated by the Reverend and Learned Mr. James Pound, Rector of Wansted, and R. Soc. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 401-405 (1714)

Some Microscopical Observations, and Curious Remarks on the Vegetation, and Exceeding Quick Propagation of Moldiness, on the Substance of a Melon. Communicated by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 490-492 (1714)

Effects of Jinwu Jiangu recipe on IL-17/STAT3 signals in rheumatoid arthritis synoviocytes
, Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi 43(3): 585-590 (2018)

The Art of Living under Water: Or, a Discourse concerning the Means of Furnishing Air at the Bottom of the Sea, in Any Ordinary Depths. By Edm. Halley, LL. D. Secretary to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 492-499 (1714)

The Natural History and Description of the Phoenicopterus or Flamingo; With Two Views of the Head, and Three of the Tongue, of That Beautiful and Uncommon Bird. By James Douglass, M. D. Reg. Soc. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 523-541 (1714)

The Natural History and Description of the Phoenicopterus or Flamingo; With Two Views of the Head, and Three of the Tongue, of That Beautiful and Uncommon Bird. By James Douglass, M. D. Reg. Soc. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 523-541 (1714)

Theoremata Quaedam Infinitam Materiae Divisibilitatem Spectantia, quae Ejusdem Raritatem & Tenuem Compositionem Demonstrant, Quorum ope Plurimae in Physica Tolluntur Difficultates
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 82-86 (1714)

Ventriculus Cordis Sinister Stupendae Magnitudinis, Lately Communicated to the Royal-Society by James Douglass, M. D. and R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 29: 326-329 (1714)

Ventriculus Cordis Sinister Stupendae Magnitudinis, Lately Communicated to the Royal-Society by James Douglass, M. D. and R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 29(338-350): 326-329 (1714)

A Brief Account of the Contagious Disease Which Raged among the Milch Cowes Near London, in the Year 1714. And of the Methods That Were Taken for Suppressing It. Communicated to the Royal Society by Thomas Bates Esq; Surgeon to His Majesties Houshold, and R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 872-885 (1717)

A Brief Account of the Contagious Disease Which Raged among the Milch Cowes Near London, in the Year 1714. And of the Methods That Were Taken for Suppressing It. Communicated to the Royal Society by Thomas Bates Esq; Surgeon to His Majesties Houshold, and R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 872-885 (1717)

A Description of the Organ of Hearing in the Elephant, with the Figures and Situation of the Ossicles, Labyrinth and Cochlea in the Ear of That Large Animal. Communicated to the Royal Society, by Dr. Patrick Blair, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 885-898 (1717)

A Description of the Organ of Hearing in the Elephant, with the Figures and Situation of the Ossicles, Labyrinth and Cochlea in the Ear of That Large Animal. Communicated to the Royal Society, by Dr. Patrick Blair, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 885-898 (1717)

A Discourse Occasion'd by an Inscription Found, about Three Years Ago, at Langchester in the Bishoprick of Durham, and Communicated to the Royal Society from Dr. Hunter by Dr. Woodward, as It is Printed in the Philosophical Transactions, No 354. By Roger Gale, Esq; R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 823-836 (1717)

A Discourse Occasion'd by an Inscription Found, about Three Years Ago, at Langchester in the Bishoprick of Durham, and Communicated to the Royal Society from Dr. Hunter by Dr. Woodward, as It is Printed in the Philosophical Transactions, No 354. By Roger Gale, Esq; R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 823-836 (1717)

A Discourse Tending to Shew the Situation of the Ancient Carteia, and Some Other Roman Towns Near It. By John Conduitt Esq; Fellow of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 903-922 (1717)

A New Genus of Plants, Call'd Araliastrum, of Which the Famous Nin-Zin or Ginseng of the Chineses, is a Species. Communicated by Mr. Vaillant Praedemonstrator at the Royal Garden at Paris, to the Learned Dr. Will. Sherrard, LL. D. Late Consul at Smyrna, and by Him to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 705-707 (1717)

A Rectification of the Motions of the Five Satellites of Saturn; With Some Accurate Observations of Them, Made and Communicated by the Reverend Mr. James Pound. R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 768-774 (1717)

A Rectification of the Motions of the Five Satellites of Saturn; With Some Accurate Observations of Them, Made and Communicated by the Reverend Mr. James Pound. R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 768-774 (1717)

A Short Account of the Nature and Vertues of the Pyrmont Waters; With Some Observations upon Their Chalybeat Quality. Communicated by Dr. Frederick Slare, R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 564-570 (1717)

A Short Account of the Nature and Vertues of the Pyrmont Waters; With Some Observations upon Their Chalybeat Quality. Communicated by Dr. Frederick Slare, R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 564-570 (1717)

A Way for Myopes to Use Telescopes without Eye-Glasses, an Object Glass Alone Becoming as Useful to Them, and Sometimes More Than a Combination of Glasses. Communicated to the Royal-Society, by the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL.D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 1017-1021 (1717)

A Way for Myopes to Use Telescopes without Eye-Glasses, an Object Glass Alone Becoming as Useful to Them, and Sometimes More Than a Combination of Glasses. Communicated to the Royal-Society, by the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL.D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 1017-1021 (1717)

An Account of Another Very Considerable Aurora Borealis Observed at Streatham in Surrey, by Mr. Thomas Hearne; And Communicated by Coll. Francis Nicholson, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 1107-1109 (1717)

An Account of Another Very Considerable Aurora Borealis Observed at Streatham in Surrey, by Mr. Thomas Hearne; And Communicated by Coll. Francis Nicholson, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 1107-1109 (1717)

An Account of Some Experiments Made on the 27th Day of April, 1719. to Find How Much the Resistance of the Air Retards Falling Bodies. By J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. & F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 1071-1078 (1717)

An Account of Some Experiments Made on the 27th Day of April, 1719. to Find How Much the Resistance of the Air Retards Falling Bodies. By J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. & F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 1071-1078 (1717)

An Account of Some Experiments Relating to the Specifick Gravity of Human Blood. By James Jurin, M. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 1000-1014 (1717)

An Account of Some Experiments Relating to the Specifick Gravity of Human Blood. By James Jurin, M. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 1000-1014 (1717)

An Account of Some Experiments Shown before the Royal Society; With an Enquiry into the Cause of the Ascent and Suspension of Water in Capillary Tubes. By James Jurin, M. D. and R. Soc. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 739-747 (1717)

An Account of Some Experiments Shown before the Royal Society; With an Enquiry into the Cause of the Ascent and Suspension of Water in Capillary Tubes. By James Jurin, M. D. and R. Soc. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 739-747 (1717)

An Account of Some Experiments Tried with Mons. Villette's Burning Concave, in June 1718. By the Rev. Dr. J. Harris and Dr. J. T. Desaguliers, Reg. Soc. SS
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 976-977 (1717)

An Account of Some Experiments Tried with Mons. Villette's Burning Concave, in June 1718. By the Rev. Dr. J. Harris and Dr. J. T. Desaguliers, Reg. Soc. SS
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 976-977 (1717)

An Account of Some New Experiments, Relating to the Action of Glass Tubes upon Water and Quicksilver. By James Jurin, M. D. Reg. Soc. & Coll. Med. Lond. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 1083-1096 (1717)

An Account of Some New Experiments, Relating to the Action of Glass Tubes upon Water and Quicksilver. By James Jurin, M. D. Reg. Soc. & Coll. Med. Lond. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 1083-1096 (1717)

An Account of a Small Telescopical Comet Seen at London on the 10th of June 1717. by Edm. Halley, LL. D. R. Soc. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 721-723 (1717)

An Account of a Small Telescopical Comet Seen at London on the 10th of June 1717. by Edm. Halley, LL. D. R. Soc. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 721-723 (1717)

An Account of an Extraordinary Effect of the Cholick: Communicated to the Royal Society, by That Curious Anatomist Mr. St. Andre, and Read March 21. 1717
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 580-593 (1717)

An Account of an Extraordinary Tumour or Wen Lately Cut off the Cheek of a Person in Scotland. Communicated to the Royal Society by Dr. Thomas Bower, M. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 713-717 (1717)

An Account of an Extraordinary Tumour or Wen Lately Cut off the Cheek of a Person in Scotland. Communicated to the Royal Society by Dr. Thomas Bower, M. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 713-717 (1717)

An Account of the Aurora Borealis, Seen at London, on the 30th of March Last, as It Was Curiously Observ d by Martin Folkes, Esq; R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 586-588 (1717)

An Account of the Aurora Borealis, Seen at London, on the 30th of March Last, as It Was Curiously Observ d by Martin Folkes, Esq; R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 586-588 (1717)

An Account of the Extraordinary METEOR Seen All over England, on the 19th of March 1718/9 With a Demonstration of the Uncommon Height Thereof. By Edm. Halley, LL. D. and Secretary to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 978-990 (1717)

An Account of the Impression of the Almost Entire Sceleton of a Large Animal in a Very Hard Stone, Lately Presented the Royal Society, from Nottinghamshire. By Dr. William Stukely, M. D. and R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 963-968 (1717)

An Account of the Impression of the Almost Entire Sceleton of a Large Animal in a Very Hard Stone, Lately Presented the Royal Society, from Nottinghamshire. By Dr. William Stukely, M. D. and R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 963-968 (1717)

An Account of the Phaenomena of a Very Extraordinary Aurora Borealis, Seen at London on November 10. 1719. Both Morning and Evening. By Dr. Edmond Halley. R.S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 1099-1100 (1717)

An Account of the Phaenomena of a Very Extraordinary Aurora Borealis, Seen at London on November 10. 1719. Both Morning and Evening. By Dr. Edmond Halley. R.S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 1099-1100 (1717)

An Account of the Sinking of Three Oaks into the Ground, at Manington in the County of Norfolk. Communicated by Peter Le Neve, Esq; Norroy King at Arms, and Fellow of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 766-768 (1717)

An Attempt towards the Improvement of the Method of Approximating, in the Extraction of the Roots of Equations in Numbers. By Brook Taylor, Secretary to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 610-622 (1717)

An Observation of the End of the Total Lunar Eclipse on the 5th of March 1718. Observed Near the Cape of Good Hope, Serving to Determine the Longitude Thereof. With Remarks Thereon. By E. Halley, R S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 992-994 (1717)

An Observation of the End of the Total Lunar Eclipse on the 5th of March 1718. Observed Near the Cape of Good Hope, Serving to Determine the Longitude Thereof. With Remarks Thereon. By E. Halley, R S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 992-994 (1717)

Apologia D. Brook Taylor, J V D. & R S. Soc. contra V. C J. Bernoullium, Math. Prof. Basileae
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 955-963 (1717)

Cometae Berolini Nuper Visi Observationes, ut & Eclipseos Solaris Feb. 19no Mane, Noribergae & Berolini Habitae, e Novis Litterariis Berolinensibus, hoc anno Primum edi coeptis, Desumptae
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 820-822 (1717)

Considerations on the Change of the Latitudes of Some of the Principal Fixt Stars. By Edmund Halley, R. S. Sec
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 736-738 (1717)

Considerations on the Change of the Latitudes of Some of the Principal Fixt Stars. By Edmund Halley, R. S. Sec
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 736-738 (1717)

Curious Observations of the Transit of the Body and Shade of Jupiters Fourth Satellite Over the Disque of the Planet. Communicated by the Reverend Mr. James Pound, R.S.S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 900-902 (1717)

Curious Observations of the Transit of the Body and Shade of Jupiters Fourth Satellite Over the Disque of the Planet. Communicated by the Reverend Mr. James Pound, R.S.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 900-902 (1717)

De Seriebus Infinitis Tractatus. Pars Prima. Auctore Petro Remundo de Monmort. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 633-689 (1717)

De Seriebus Infinitis Tractatus. Pars Prima. Auctore Petro Remundo de Monmort. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 633-689 (1717)

Epistola Dni. Jacobi Jurin, M. D. & R. S. Socii, Qua Doctrinam Suam De Potentia Cordis, Contra Nuperas Objectiones Viri Clariss. D. Jacobi Keillii, M. D. in Num. 361. Philos. Transact. Editas, Defendit
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 1039-1050 (1717)

Guilhelmi Musgrave Regiae Societatis Socii, de Britannia quondam poene Insula, Dissertatio
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 589-602 (1717)

Inventio Curvae Quam Corpus Descendens Brevissimo Tempore Describeret; Urgente Vi Centripeta ad Datum Punctum Tendente, Quae Crescat Vel Decrescat Juxta Quamvis Potentiam Distantiae a Centro; dato Nempe Imo Curvae Puncto & Altitudine in Principio Casus. Per Joh. Machin, Aftron. Profess. Gresh. & Reg. Soc. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 860-862 (1717)

Inventio Curvae Quam Corpus Descendens Brevissimo Tempore Describeret; Urgente Vi Centripeta ad Datum Punctum Tendente, Quae Crescat Vel Decrescat Juxta Quamvis Potentiam Distantiae a Centro; dato Nempe Imo Curvae Puncto & Altitudine in Principio Casus. Per Joh. Machin, Aftron. Profess. Gresh. & Reg. Soc. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 860-862 (1717)

Jacobi Keill, M. D. De Viribus Cordis Epistola
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 995-1000 (1717)

New and Accurate Tables for the Ready Computing of the Eclipses of the First Satellite of Jupiter, by Addition Only. By the Reverend Mr James Pound, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 1021-1034 (1717)

New and Accurate Tables for the Ready Computing of the Eclipses of the First Satellite of Jupiter, by Addition Only. By the Reverend Mr James Pound, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 1021-1034 (1717)

Nova Methodus Universalis Curvas Omnes Cujuscunque Ordinis Mechanicae Describendi Sola Datorum Angulorum & Rectarum Ope. Per Colin Maclaurin in Collegio Novo Abredonensi Matheseos Professore
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 939-945 (1717)

Observationes Stellae fixae in Geminis a Corpore Jovis Occultatae, Januarii 11 mo. St. vet. 1717. & Transitus Arctissimi Martis Infra Borealem in Fronte Scorpii Febr. 5. Mane
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 546-548 (1717)

Proprietates Quaedam Simplices Sectionum Conicarum ex Natura Focorum deductae; cum Theoremate Generali de Viribus Centripetis; quorum ope Lex Virium Centripetarum ad Focos Sectionum Tendentium, Velocitates Corporum in Illis Revolventium, & Descriptio Orbium Facillime Determinantur. Per Abr. de Moivre. R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 622-628 (1717)

Proprietates Quaedam Simplices Sectionum Conicarum ex Natura Focorum deductae; cum Theoremate Generali de Viribus Centripetis; quorum ope Lex Virium Centripetarum ad Focos Sectionum Tendentium, Velocitates Corporum in Illis Revolventium, & Descriptio Orbium Facillime Determinantur. Per Abr. de Moivre. R. S. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 622-628 (1717)

Remarks on a Fragment of an Old Roman Inscription Lately Found in the North of England, and Transcribed by the Curious and Learned Dr. James Jurin, M. D. and Reg. Soc. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 813-814 (1717)

Remarks on a Fragment of an Old Roman Inscription Lately Found in the North of England, and Transcribed by the Curious and Learned Dr. James Jurin, M. D. and Reg. Soc. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 813-814 (1717)

Effects of Joint-reaction Combined by Ozonation and Coagulation on Aquatic Organic Matters
, Huan Jing Ke Xue= Huanjing Kexue 38(5): 1918-1927 (2017)

Effects of Joint Video Modeling on Unscripted Play Behavior of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 49(1): 236-247 (2019)

Solutio Problematis a Domno G. G. Leibnitio, Geometris Anglis Nuper Propositi. Per Brook Taylor, LL. D. & R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 695-701 (1717)

Solutio Problematis a Domno G. G. Leibnitio, Geometris Anglis Nuper Propositi. Per Brook Taylor, LL. D. & R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 695-701 (1717)

Some Instances of the Very Great and Speedy Vegetation of Turnips. Communicated by the Rev. Dr. J. Theoph. Desaguliers, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 30: 974-975 (1717)

Some Instances of the Very Great and Speedy Vegetation of Turnips. Communicated by the Rev. Dr. J. Theoph. Desaguliers, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 974-975 (1717)

The Rest of the Treatise of That Learned Antiquary Dr. John Tabor of Lewes (Whereof the First Part is Publish'd in No 351. of These Transactions) concerning the Site of the Ancient City of Anderida, and Other Remains of Antiquity in the County of Sussex
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 783-802 (1717)

Tractatus de Curvarum Constructione & Mensura; ubi Plurimae Series Curvarum Infinitae vel Rectis Mensurantur vel ad Simpliciores Curvas Reducuntur. Autore Colin Maclaurin, in Collegios Novo Abredonensi Matheseos Professore
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 30(351-363): 803-812 (1717)

A Caution to be Used in Examining the Specifick Gravity of Solids, by Weighing Them in Water. By James Jurin, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 223-226 (1720)

A Caution to be Used in Examining the Specifick Gravity of Solids, by Weighing Them in Water. By James Jurin, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 223-226 (1720)

A Description of an Aurora Borealis, Seen on the Same Day at Cruwys-Morehard, in Devonshire. By Samuel Cruwys, Esq; F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 186-190 (1720)

A Description of an Aurora Borealis, Seen on the Same Day at Cruwys-Morehard, in Devonshire. By Samuel Cruwys, Esq; F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 186-190 (1720)

A Description of the Moose-Deer in America. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S. Communicated by John Chamberlayne, Esq;
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 165-168 (1720)

A Discourse concerning a Method of Discovering the Virtues of Plants by Their External Structure. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 30-38 (1720)

A Farther Account of the Same Tree. By William Sherard, LL. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 147-148 (1720)

A Farther Account of the Same Tree. By William Sherard, LL. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 147-148 (1720)

A Lettrr from Mr. Edward Naish, Surgeon in York, to Claudius Amyand, Esq; Serjeant-Surgeon to His Majesty, and F. R. S. concerning an Ossification of the Crural Artery
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 226-228 (1720)

A Method for Rowing Men of War in a Calm. Communicated by Monsieur Du Quet
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 239-250 (1720)

A Proposal for Measuring the Height of Places, by Help of the Barometer of Mr. Patrick, in Which the Scale is Greatly Enlarged. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 116-119 (1720)

An Account of Some New Electrical Experiments. By Mr. Stephen Gray
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 104-107 (1720)

An Account of Two Extraordinary Cases in Surgery: Communicated by Dr. Steigerthall, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 79-81 (1720)

An Account of Two Extraordinary Cases in Surgery: Communicated by Dr. Steigerthall, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 79-81 (1720)

An Account of Two Mock-Suns, and an Arc of a Rainbow Inverted, with an Halo, and Its Brightest Arc, Seen on Sunday and Monday, Octob. 22, & 23. 1721. at Lyndon, Comitat' Rutland, Communicated by the Rev. Mr. William Whiston, M. A. Sometime Professor of the Mathematicks in the University of Cambridge
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 212-215 (1720)

An Account of a Faetus, That Continued 46 Years in the Mother's Body. Communicated by Dr. Steigertahl, Honorary Fellow of the College of Physicians, and Fellow of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 126-128 (1720)

An Account of a Large Quantity of Alcalious Salt Produced by Burning Rotten Wood. By Mr. Robie of Harward College in Cambridge, New-England. Communicated by the Rev. Mr. Derham, Prebendary of Windsor, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 121-124 (1720)

An Account of a Large Quantity of Alcalious Salt Produced by Burning Rotten Wood. By Mr. Robie of Harward College in Cambridge, New-England. Communicated by the Rev. Mr. Derham, Prebendary of Windsor, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 121-124 (1720)

An Account of a Luminous Appearance in the Air at Dublin, on January the 12th, 1719/20 By Philip Percival, Esq; Brother to the Right Honourable the Lord Percival, and Communicated by His Lordship to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 21-22 (1720)

An Account of a Method Lately Found out in New-England, for Discovering Where the Bees Hive in the Woods, in Order to Get Their Honey. By the Same Mr. Dudley
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 148-150 (1720)

An Account of a Praeternatural Tumour on the Loins of an Infant, Attended with a Cloven Spine. By Dr. Rutty, Fellow of the College of Physicians, and of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 98-102 (1720)

An Account of an Aurora Borealis, Observed at Dublin, on Monday the Sixth of February, 1720-1. By J. W
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 180-186 (1720)

An Account of an Aurora Borealis, Observed at Dublin, on Monday the Sixth of February, 1720-1. By J. W
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 180-186 (1720)

An Account of an Experiment Made on Thursday the Last Day of June, 1720. before the R. Society, to Shew by a New Proof, That Bodies of the Same Bulk Do Not Contain Equal Quantities of Matter, and Therefore That There is an Interspers'd Vacuum. By J. T. Desaguliers
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 81-82 (1720)

An Account of the Method of Making Sugar from the Juice of the Maple Tree in New England. By Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S. Communicated by John Chamberlayne, Esq
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 27-28 (1720)

An Account of the Method of Making Sugar from the Juice of the Maple Tree in New England. By Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S. Communicated by John Chamberlayne, Esq
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 27-28 (1720)

An Account of the Poyson Wood Tree in New-England. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq, F. R. S. Communicated by John Chamberlain, Esq
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 145-146 (1720)

An Addition to the Description of the Art of Living under Water, Publish'd in Phil. Transact. No. 349. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 177-180 (1720)

An Experiment to Compare the Paris Weights as They are Now Us'd at Paris, with the English Weights. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 112-112 (1720)

Copy of an Affidavit Made in Scotland, concerning a Boy's Living a Considerable Time without Food. Communicated by Patrick Blair, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 28-30 (1720)

Copy of an Affidavit Made in Scotland, concerning a Boy's Living a Considerable Time without Food. Communicated by Patrick Blair, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 28-30 (1720)

De Peste Constantinopoli Grassante. Auctore Nupero V. Cl. Emanuele Timone, M. D. Hoc Scriptum ab Auctore Clarissimo, Qui Constantinopoli per Multos Annos Medicinam Fecerat, Excellentissimo Ablegato Britannico. Roberto Sutton, Eq. Aurato, Traditum, Ejusdem Equitis Permissu, cum Societate Regia Communicavit R. Hale, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 14-21 (1720)

De Peste Constantinopoli Grassante. Auctore Nupero V. Cl. Emanuele Timone, M. D. Hoc Scriptum ab Auctore Clarissimo, Qui Constantinopoli per Multos Annos Medicinam Fecerat, Excellentissimo Ablegato Britannico. Roberto Sutton, Eq. Aurato, Traditum, Ejusdem Equitis Permissu, cum Societate Regia Communicavit R. Hale, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 14-21 (1720)

Epistola Domini Antonij van Leeuwenhoek, R. S. S. de Osculis, Sive Spiraculis Foliorum Buxi, Item de Lanugine Malorum Persicorum & Cydoniorum
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 231-234 (1720)

Experiments Relating to the Resistance of Fluids, Made before the Royal Society on Thursday, March the 30th, 1721. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 142-144 (1720)

Experiments Relating to the Resistance of Fluids, Made before the Royal Society on Thursday, March the 30th, 1721. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 142-144 (1720)

Historia Portionis Intestini Coli Propendentis Ex Vulnere per 14 Annos. Communicante Abrahamo Vater, Phil. & Med. Doct. Prof. Public. Ord. Anat. & Botan. Substituto Wittembergae, Natur. Curios. Coll
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 89-90 (1720)

Historia Portionis Intestini Coli Propendentis Ex Vulnere per 14 Annos. Communicante Abrahamo Vater, Phil. & Med. Doct. Prof. Public. Ord. Anat. & Botan. Substituto Wittembergae, Natur. Curios. Coll
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 89-90 (1720)

Observation of a Parhelion, Oct. 26th, 1721. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 211-212 (1720)

Observation of an Extraordinary Height of the Barometer, December 21. 1721. By Mr. George Graham, Watchmaker, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 222-222 (1720)

Observations on the Muscular Fibres of Fish. By Mr. Leeuwenhoeck, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 190-199 (1720)

Observations on the Muscular Fibres of Fish. By Mr. Leeuwenhoeck, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 190-199 (1720)

Observations upon the Membranes Enclosing the Fasciculi of Fibres, into Which a Muscle is Divided. By Mr. Leeuwenhoek, F. R. S. Translated by Dr. Sprengell, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 129-134 (1720)

Observations upon the Membranes Enclosing the Fasciculi of Fibres, into Which a Muscle is Divided. By Mr. Leeuwenhoek, F. R. S. Translated by Dr. Sprengell, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 129-134 (1720)

Observations upon the Seeds of Plants. By the Same. Translated by John Chamberlayne, Esq;
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 200-203 (1720)

Observations upon the Variation of the Needle Made in the Baltick, Anno 1720. By Mr. William Sanderson. Communicated by Capt. Soame
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 120-120 (1720)

Observations upon the Vessels in Several Sorts of Wood, and upon the Muscular Fibres of Different Animals. By the Same Curious and Inquisitive Person
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 134-141 (1720)

Of the Infinity of the Sphere of Fix'd Stars. By Edmund Halley, L. L. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 22-24 (1720)

Of the Infinity of the Sphere of Fix'd Stars. By Edmund Halley, L. L. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 22-24 (1720)

Of the Number, Order, and Light of the Fix'd Stars. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 24-26 (1720)

On the Method of Determining the Places of the Planets by Observing Their Near Appulses to the Fixed Stars. By Edmund Halley, LL. D. Astron. Reg. & Reg. Soc. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 209-211 (1720)

On the Method of Determining the Places of the Planets by Observing Their Near Appulses to the Fixed Stars. By Edmund Halley, LL. D. Astron. Reg. & Reg. Soc. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 209-211 (1720)

Propositiones Aliquot de Projectilium Motu Parabolico, Scriptae An. 1710. Per B. Taylor, LL. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 151-163 (1720)

Propositiones Aliquot de Projectilium Motu Parabolico, Scriptae An. 1710. Per B. Taylor, LL. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 151-163 (1720)

Remarks on Some Attempts Made towards a Perpetual Motion, by the Reverend Dr. Desaguliers. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 234-239 (1720)

Remarks on Some Attempts Made towards a Perpetual Motion, by the Reverend Dr. Desaguliers. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 234-239 (1720)

Some Remarks on a Late Essay of Mr. Cassini, Wherein He Proposes to Find, by Observation, the Parallax and Magnitude of Sirius, By Edmund Halley, LL. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 1-4 (1720)

Some Remarks on a Late Essay of Mr. Cassini, Wherein He Proposes to Find, by Observation, the Parallax and Magnitude of Sirius, By Edmund Halley, LL. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 1-4 (1720)

Some Remarks on the Allowances to be Made in Astronomical Observations for the Refraction of the Air. By Dr. Edm. Halley, R. S. S. Astronomer Royal. With an Accurate Table of Refractions
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 169-172 (1720)

Some Remarks upon the Method of Observing the Differences of Right Ascension and Declination by Cross Hairs in a Telescope. By Dr. Edm. Halley, Astr. Reg. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 31: 113-116 (1720)

Some Remarks upon the Method of Observing the Differences of Right Ascension and Declination by Cross Hairs in a Telescope. By Dr. Edm. Halley, Astr. Reg. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 113-116 (1720)

The Variation of the Magnetical Compass, Observed by Capt. Rogers, Commander of the Ship Duke, in His Passage from Cape St. Lucar in Calefornia to the Isle of Guam or Guana, One of the Ladrones, with Some Remarks Thereon. Communicated by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 31(364-369): 173-176 (1720)

A Botanical Description of the Flower and Seed-Vessel of the Plant, Called Crocus Autumnalis Sativus, That Produces the True English Saffron of the Shops: With a Figure. By Dr. James Douglas, Honorary Fellow of the College of Physicians, and Fellow of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 441-445 (1722)

A Catalogue of Fifty Plants Lately Presented to the Royal Society, by the Company of Apothecaries of London; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. President of the College of Physicians, and Vice-President of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 279-284 (1722)

A Description of an Engine to Raise Water by the Help of Quick Silver, Invented by the Late Mr. Joshua Haskins, and Improv'd by J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. R. S S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 5-15 (1722)

A Description of an Engine to Raise Water by the Help of Quick Silver, Invented by the Late Mr. Joshua Haskins, and Improv'd by J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. R. S S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 5-15 (1722)

An Account of Some Experiments Made to Prove, That the Force of Moving Bodies is Proportionable to Their Velocities: (Or Rather That the Momentum of Moving Bodies is to be Found by Multiplying the Masses into the Velocities) In Answer to Such Who Have Sometime Ago Affirm'd, That That Force is Proportionable to the Square of the Velocity, and to Those Who Still Defend the Same Opinion. By the Reverend John Theophilus Desaguliers, LL. D. F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 269-279 (1722)

An Account of Some Experiments Made to Prove, That the Force of Moving Bodies is Proportionable to Their Velocities: (Or Rather That the Momentum of Moving Bodies is to be Found by Multiplying the Masses into the Velocities) In Answer to Such Who Have Sometime Ago Affirm'd, That That Force is Proportionable to the Square of the Velocity, and to Those Who Still Defend the Same Opinion. By the Reverend John Theophilus Desaguliers, LL. D. F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 269-279 (1722 )

An Account of Some Experiments Made with the Bile of Persons Dead of the Plague at Marseilles, with What Appear'd upon the Dissection of the Bodies; As Likewise Some Experiments Made with the Bile of Persons Dead of Other Diseases. By the Learned and Curious Dr. Deidier, Professor of Physick in the Faculty of Montpellier. Communicated by John Woodward, M D. Prof. Med. Gresh. and R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 20-32 (1722)

An Account of Some Experiments Made with the Bile of Persons Dead of the Plague at Marseilles, with What Appear'd upon the Dissection of the Bodies; As Likewise Some Experiments Made with the Bile of Persons Dead of Other Diseases. By the Learned and Curious Dr. Deidier, Professor of Physick in the Faculty of Montpellier. Communicated by John Woodward, M D. Prof. Med. Gresh. and R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 20-32 (1722)

An Account of a Catadioptrick Telescope, Made by John Hadley, Esq; F. R. S. With the Description of a Machine Contriv'd by Him for the Applying It to Use
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 303-312 (1722)

An Account of a New Sort of Molosses Made of Apples; And of the Degenerating of Smelts. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 231-232 (1722)

An Account of a New Sort of Molosses Made of Apples; And of the Degenerating of Smelts. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 231-232 (1722)

An Account of a Remarkable Instance of the Infection of the Small Pox. By Dr. Jurin, Soc. Reg. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 191-193 (1722)

An Account of a Roman Inscription, Found at Chichester. By Roger Gale, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 391-400 (1722)

An Account of a Roman Inscription, Found at Chichester. By Roger Gale, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 391-400 (1722)

An Account of an Experiment, Made to Ascertain the Proportion of the Expansion of the Liquor in the Thermometer, with Regard to the Degrees of Heat. By Brook Taylor, LL.D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 291-291 (1722)

An Account of an Extra-Uterine Faetus, Taken out of a Woman after Death, That Had Continued Five Years and an Half in the Body. By Robert Houstoun, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 387-390 (1722)

An Account of an Extra-Uterine Faetus, Taken out of a Woman after Death, That Had Continued Five Years and an Half in the Body. By Robert Houstoun, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 387-390 (1722)

An Account of an Optical Experiment Made before the Royal Society, on Thursday, Dec. 6th, and Repeated on the 13th, 1722. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, L L. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 206-208 (1722)

An Account of an Optical Experiment Made before the Royal Society, on Thursday, Dec. 6th, and Repeated on the 13th, 1722. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, L L. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 206-208 (1722)

An Account of the Falls of the River Niagara, Taken at Albany, Octob. 10. 1721. from Monsieur Borassaw, a French Native of Canada. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 69-72 (1722)

An Account of the Falls of the River Niagara, Taken at Albany, Octob. 10. 1721. from Monsieur Borassaw, a French Native of Canada. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 69-72 (1722)

An Account of the Manner of Bending Planks in His Majesty's Yards at Deptford, etc. by a Sand-Heat, Invented by Captain Cumberland. By Robert Cay, Esq;
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 75-78 (1722)

An Account of the New Method of Cutting for the Stone, By J. Douglas, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 83-88 (1722)

An Account of the New Method of Cutting for the Stone, By J. Douglas, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 83-88 (1722)

An Account of the Quantity of Resin in the Cortex Eleutheriae, By Mr. John Brown, Chymist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 81-82 (1722)

An Account of the Quantity of Resin in the Cortex Eleutheriae, By Mr. John Brown, Chymist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 81-82 (1722)

An Account of the Rattlesnake. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 292-295 (1722)

An Account of the Rattlesnake. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 292-295 (1722)

Anatomia Senis Decrepiti, Annorum 109. Facta Tiguri, Die 2. Feb. 1723. A Joh. Jacobo Scheuchzero, Tigurino, Med. Doct. Matheseos Prof. & Regiae Societatis Socio
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 313-316 (1722)

Animadversions upon Some Experiments Relating to the Force of Moving Bodies; with Two New Experiments on the Same Subject. By the Reverend Dr. Desaguliers, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 285-290 (1722)

Animadversions upon Some Experiments Relating to the Force of Moving Bodies; with Two New Experiments on the Same Subject. By the Reverend Dr. Desaguliers, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 285-290 (1722)

Cometae Berolini, Anno 1718. Visi Observationes a 18 Januarii, Stylo Novo, ad 5 Febr. ex Epistola Viri Cl. Christfridi Kirchij, Reg. Soc. Scient. Berolin. Astron. ad Edm. Hallejum, LL.D. R. S. S. Desumptae
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 238-240 (1722)

De Fractionibus Algebraicis Radicalitate Immunibus ad Fractiones Simpliciores Reducendis, Deque Summandis Terminis Quarumdam Serierum Aequali Intervallo a Se Distantibus. Auctore Abrahamo de Moivre, S. R. Socio
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 162-178 (1722)

De Globulis in Sanguine & in Vini Faecibus. Epistola Posthuma Domini Antonij a Leeuwenhoek, Societatis Regiae Londinensis, Dum Viveret, Sodalis Dignissimi, ad Jacobum Jurin, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 436-437 (1722)

De Globulis in Sanguine & in Vini Faecibus. Epistola Posthuma Domini Antonij a Leeuwenhoek, Societatis Regiae Londinensis, Dum Viveret, Sodalis Dignissimi, ad Jacobum Jurin, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 436-437 (1722)

De Globulorum Sanguineorum Magnitudine, &c. ex Epistola D. Antonii a Leuwenhoek ad Jacobum Jurin, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 341-343 (1722)

De Globulorum Sanguineorum Magnitudine, &c. ex Epistola D. Antonii a Leuwenhoek ad Jacobum Jurin, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 341-343 (1722)

De Particulis & Structura Adamantum. Epistola Domini Antonii Leeuwenhoek, R. S. Soc. ad Jacobum Jurin, M. D. R S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 199-206 (1722)

De Particulis & Structur Adamantum. Epistola Domini Antonii Leeuwenhoek, R. S. Soc. ad Jacobum Jurin, M. D. R S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 199-206 (1722)

De Sectione Anguli, Autore A. de Moivre, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 228-230 (1722)

De Sectione Anguli, Autore A. de Moivre, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 228-230 (1722)

De Structura Diaphragmatis. Epistola Domini Antonii van Leeuwenhoek, R. S. S. ad Societatem Regiam
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 400-407 (1722)

Defensio Dissertationis de Motu Aquarum Fluentium, in Actis Philosophicis, No 355. Editae, Contra Animadversiones Viri Cl. Petri Antonii Michelotti. Auctore Jacobo Jurin, M. D. Coll. Med. Lond. Soc. in Theatro Publico Chirurg. Lond. Praelectore Anatomico, & Soc. Reg. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 179-190 (1722)

Defensio Dissertationis de Motu Aquarum Fluentium, in Actis Philosophicis, No 355. Editae, Contra Animadversiones Viri Cl. Petri Antonii Michelotti. Auctore Jacobo Jurin, M. D. Coll. Med. Lond. Soc. in Theatro Publico Chirurg. Lond. Praelectore Anatomico, & Soc. Reg. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 179-190 (1722)

Epistola Viri Doctissimi Johannis Hoogvlietii ad Jacobum Jurin, M. D. R. S. Secr. de Epistolis Duabus Posthumis Viri Celeberrimi Antonij a Leeuwenhoek, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 435-435 (1722)

Florum Geometricorum Manipulus Regiae Societati Exhibitus a D. Guidone Grandi Abbate Camaldulensi, Pisani Lycaei Mathematico, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 355-371 (1722)

Florum Geometricorum Manipulus Regiae Societati Exhibitus D. Guidone Grandi Abbate Camaldulensi, Pisani Lycaei Mathematico, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 355-371 (1722)

Fluxus Sanguinis per Penem Mirabilis. Ex Epistola Viri Doctissimi Domini Howman, M. D. ad Dominum Hans Sloane, Baronettum. Coll. Med. Lond. Praes. R. S. Vice Praes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 418-418 (1722)

Historia Sectionis Viri ex Renum Calculo Defuncti. Ex Epistola Viri Doctissimi P. Hardisway, M. D. ad Gulielmum Stukeley, M. D. Coll. Med. Lond. & Reg. Soc. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 327-327 (1722)

Hydatidum Ingenti Copia in Abdomine Repertorum Historia. Communicavit Cum Societate Regid Johannes Thorpe, M. D. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 17-19 (1722)

Hydatidum Ingenti Copi in Abdomine Repertorum Historia. Communicavit Cum Societate Regi Johannes Thorpe, M. D. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 17-19 (1722)

Imber Calculorum Inter Aquarum Pyrmontanarum Usum, in Viro Nunquam Antehac Calculum Experto, ac Alias Perfecte Sano, Subsequente Postea Mictu Cruento, Tandemque Vesicae Ulcere. Communicante Viro Clarissimo Abrahamo Vatero, M. D. Anat. & Botan. Prof. Wittemb. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 322-325 (1722)

Imber Calculorum Inter Aquarum Pyrmontanarum Usum, in Viro Nunquam Antehac Calculum Experto, ac Alias Perfecte Sano, Subsequente Postea Mictu Cruento, Tandemque Vesicae Ulcere. Communicante Viro Clarissimo Abrahamo Vatero, M. D. Anat. & Botan. Prof. Wittemb. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 322-325 (1722)

Invitatio ad Observationes Meteorologicas Communi Consilio Instituendas. A Jacobo Jurin, M. D. Soc. Reg. Secr. & Colleg. Med. Lond. Socio
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 422-427 (1722)

Invitatio ad Observationes Meteorologicas Communi Consilio Instituendas. A Jacobo Jurin, M. D. Soc. Reg. Secr. & Colleg. Med. Lond. Socio
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 422-427 (1722)

Mulieris Ejusdem Historia, ex Epistola Medici Doctissimi, Gulielmi Oliver, ad Richardum Mead, M. D. R. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 413-418 (1722)

Mulieris Ejusdem Historia, ex Epistola Medici Doctissimi, Gulielmi Oliver, ad Richardum Mead, M. D. R. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 413-418 (1722)

Observatio Eclipsis Solaris, ab Edmundo Halleio, L L. D. R. S. S. Astron. Reg. & Geom. Prof. Savil. Oxon. Novem. 27 degrees 1722, p. m. Grenovici
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 197-197 (1722)

Observationes Aurorae Borealis per Quadriennium Factae, Lennae Regis in Norfolcia. Ex epistola Doctissimi Observatoris ad Martinum Folkes, Arm. Reg. Soc. Vice-Praes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 300-302 (1722)

Observationes Aurorae Borealis per Quadriennium Factae, Lennae Regis in Norfolci. Ex epistol Doctissimi Observatoris ad Martinum Folkes, Arm. Reg. Soc. Vice-Praes
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 300-302 (1722)

Observations and Experiments on the Sal Catharticum Amarum, Commonly Called the Epsom Salt. By Mr. John Brown, Chymist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 348-354 (1722)

Observations and Experiments on the Sal Catharticum Amarum, Commonly Called the Epsom Salt. By Mr. John Brown, Chymist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 348-354 (1722)

Observations of the Variation on Board the Royal African Pacquet, in 1721. By Capt. Cornwall
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 55-56 (1722)

Observations on the Eclipse of the Moon, June 18, 1722. and the Longitude of Port Royal in Jamaica Determined Thereby. By Dr. Halley, Astronomer Royal, F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 235-236 (1722)

Observations on the Eclipse of the Moon, June 18, 1722. and the Longitude of Port Royal in Jamaica Determined Thereby. By Dr. Halley, Astronomer Royal, F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 235-236 (1722)

Observations on the Satellites of Jupiter and Saturn, Made with the Same Telescope. By John Hadley, Esq; F. R. S. Extracted from the Minutes of the Royal Society, Apr. 6. 1721
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 385-386 (1722)

Observations upon Dissecting the Body of a Person Troubled with the Stone. By Dr. Perrot Williams, Physician at Haverford-West in South-Wales
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 326-326 (1722)

Observations upon the Callus of the Hands and Feet, by the Same Curious Gentleman. Translated by John Chamberlayne, Esq
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 156-161 (1722)

Pappi Alexandrini Propositiones duae Generales, Quibus Plura ex Euclidis Porismatis Complexus Est, Restitutae a Viro Doctissimo Rob. Simson, Math. Prof. Glasc. Vid. Pappi Praefationem ad Lib. 7. Coll. Math. Apollonii de Sectione Rationis Libris Duobus a Clariss. Hallejo Praemissam Pag. VIII. & XXXIV
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 330-340 (1722)

Partium Genitalium in Muliere Structura Praeternaturalis. Ex Epistola Viri Doctissimi Johannis Huxham, M. D. ad Jacobum Jurin, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 408-412 (1722)

Partium Genitalium in Muliere Structura Praeternaturalis. Ex Epistola Viri Doctissimi Johannis Huxham, M. D. ad Jacobum Jurin, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 408-412 (1722)

Some Account of Mr. Leeuwenhoek's Curious Microscopes, Lately Presented to the Royal Society. By Martin Folkes, Esq; Vice-President of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 446-453 (1722)

Some Amendments and Additions to the Account of Things Found under Ground in Lincolnshire, in the Transactions of May and June, An. Dom. 1702, Numb. 279. Sect. 4, 5. By Mr. Ralph Thoresby, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 344-346 (1722)

Some Amendments and Additions to the Account of Things Found under Ground in Lincolnshire, in the Transactions of May and June, An. Dom. 1702, Numb. 279. Sect. 4, 5. By Mr. Ralph Thoresby, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 344-346 (1722)

Some Observations upon Vipers; on Occasion of the Foregoing Relation. By C. J. Sprengell, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 296-297 (1722)

Some Observations upon Vipers; on Occasion of the Foregoing Relation. By C. J. Sprengell, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 296-297 (1722)

The Bills of Mortality, &c. of Several Considerable Towns in Europe. Beginning with the Year 1717, i. e. from Christmas 1716, to Christmas 1717. Extracted from the Acta Breslaviensia. By Conr. Joach. Sprengell, M. D. R. S. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Lu
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 454-469 (1722)

The Bills of Mortality, &c. of Several Considerable Towns in Europe. Beginning with the Year 1717, i. e. from Christmas 1716, to Christmas 1717. Extracted from the Acta Breslaviensia. By Conr. Joach. Sprengell, M. D. R. S. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Lu
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 454-469 (1722)

The Longitude of Buenos Aires, Determin'd from an Observation Made There by Pere Feuillee. By Edm. Halley LL. D. Astronomer Royal, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 2-4 (1722)

The Longitude of Buenos Aires, Determin'd from an Observation Made There by Pere Feuille. By Edm. Halley LL. D. Astronomer Royal, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 2-4 (1722)

The Longitude of Carthagena in America. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 237-238 (1722)

The Remaining Part of the Observations and Experiments on the Sal Catharticum Amarum, Commonly Called the Epsom Salt. By Mr. John Brown, Chymist. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 372-381 (1722)

The Remaining Part of the Observations and Experiments on the Sal Catharticum Amarum, Commonly Called the Epsom Salt. By Mr. John Brown, Chymist. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 372-381 (1722)

The Same Eclipse Observed in Fleetstreet, London. By Mr. George Graham, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 32: 198-199 (1722)

The Same Eclipse Observed in Fleetstreet, London. By Mr. George Graham, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 198-199 (1722)

The Way of Proceeding in the Small Pox Inoculated in New England. Communicated by Henry Newman, Esq; Of the Middle Temple
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 32(370-380): 33-35 (1722)

A Catalogue of the 50 Plants, from Chelsea Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, for the Year 1724. by the Company of Apothecaries, Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane Bart. Pr. Coll. Med. S. P. V. Pr. By Mr. Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 305-307 (1724)

A Catalogue of the 50 Plants, from Chelsea Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, for the Year 1724. by the Company of Apothecaries, Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane Bart. Pr. Coll. Med. S. P. V. Pr. By Mr. Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 305-307 (1724)

A Dissertation concerning the Figure of the Earth, by the Reverend John Theophilus Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 201-222 (1724)

A Dissertation concerning the Figure of the Earth, by the Reverend John Theophilus Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 201-222 (1724)

A Dissertation concerning the Figure of the Earth. Part the Second. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 277-304 (1724)

A Dissertation concerning the Figure of the Earth. Part the Second. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 277-304 (1724)

A New Contrivance for Taking Levels, by the Reverend John Theophilus Desaguliers, L. L. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 165-171 (1724)

A New Contrivance for Taking Levels, by the Reverend John Theophilus Desaguliers, L. L. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 165-171 (1724)

A Short Account of the Anomalous Epidemic Small-Pox, beginning at Plymouth in August 1724, and Continuing to the Month of June 1725. By the Learned and Ingenious Dr. Huxham, Physician at Plymouth
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 379-394 (1724)

Ambergris Found in Whales. Communicated by Dr. Boylston of Boston in New-England
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 193-193 (1724)

An Account of Observations Made of the Variation of the Horizontal Needle at London, in the Latter Part of the Year 1722, and Beginning of 1723. By Mr. George Graham, Watchmaker, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 96-107 (1724)

An Account of Observations Made of the Variation of the Horizontal Needle at London, in the Latter Part of the Year 1722, and Beginning of 1723. By Mr. George Graham, Watchmaker, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 96-107 (1724)

An Account of Some New Experiments, Relating to the Different, and Sometimes Contrary Motion of the Sap in Plants and Trees, Made by Thomas Fairchild, Gardener at Hoxton
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 127-129 (1724)

An Account of a Dropsy in the Left Ovary of a Woman, Aged 58. Cured by a Large Incision Made in the Side of the Abdomen, by Dr. Robert Houstoun
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 8-15 (1724)

An Account of a New Machine, Called the Marine Surveyor, Contrived for the Mensuration of the Way of a Ship in the Sea, More Correctly Than by the Log, or Any Other Method Hitherto Used for That Purpose; Together with Several Testimonials, Setting Forth the Usefulness of This Invention. By Mr. Henry de Saumarez of the Island of Guernsey
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 411-432 (1724)

An Account of an Extraordinary Cure by Sweating in Hot Turff; With a Description of the Indian Hot-Houses; By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 129-132 (1724)

An Account of an Extraordinary Cure by Sweating in Hot Turff; With a Description of the Indian Hot-Houses; By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 129-132 (1724)

An Account of the Appearance of Mercury, Passing Over the Sun's Disk, on the 29th of October, 1723 Determining the Mean Motion, and Fixing the Nodes of That Planet's Orb. By Edmund Halley, LL. D. Astron. Reg. and R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 228-238 (1724)

An Account of the Dissection of an Eye with a Cataract. By Mr. John Ranby, Surgeon
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 36-37 (1724)

An Account of the Scarabaeus Galeatus Pulsator, or the Death Watch, by Mr. Hugh Stackhouse. Communicated by John Harwood, L. L. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 159-162 (1724)

An Account of the Scarabaeus Galeatus Pulsator, or the Death Watch, by Mr. Hugh Stackhouse. Communicated by John Harwood, L. L. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 159-162 (1724)

An Account of the Strata in Coal-Mines, & c. by John Strachey, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 395-398 (1724)

An Attempt to Account for the Rising and Falling of the Water of Some Ponds Near the Sea, or Ebbing and Flowing Rivers; Where the Water is Lowest in the Pond, at the Time of High Water in the Sea or River; And the Water is Highest in the Pond, at the Time of Low Water in the Sea or River. As Also for the Increasing or Decreasing of the Water of Such Pools and Brooks as are Highest in the Dry Seasons, and Lowest in the Rainy Seasons
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 132-135 (1724)

An Enquiry into a Discovery, Said to Have Been Made by Signor Valsalva of Bologna, of an Excretory Duct from the Glandula Renalis to the Epididymis. By Mr. John Ranby, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 270-271 (1724)

An Enquiry into a Discovery, Said to Have Been Made by Signor Valsalva of Bologna, of an Excretory Duct from the Glandula Renalis to the Epididymis. By Mr. John Ranby, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 270-271 (1724)

An Experiment to Illustrate What Has Been Said in the Philosophical Transactions, No. 386, 387, 388, concerning the Figure of the Earth, by the Rev. J. T. Desaguliers, L. L. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 344-345 (1724)

An Experiment to Illustrate What Has Been Said in the Philosophical Transactions, No. 386, 387, 388, concerning the Figure of the Earth, by the Rev. J. T. Desaguliers, L. L. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 344-345 (1724)

An Extraordinary Case in Surgery, Communicated by Mr. Joseph Atkinson Senior, Surgeon
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 340-343 (1724)

Araeometri Novi Descriptio & Usus a D. G. Fahrenheit, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 140-141 (1724)

Barometri Novi Descriptio, a D. G. Fahrenheit, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 179-180 (1724)

Casus Rarissimus. Visus Objectorum Partialis, Communicante Domino Abrahamo Vater, Prof. Med. Wittemb. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 147-148 (1724)

De Camphora. Auctore Dno Joh. Brown, Chym. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 361-366 (1724)

De Camphora. Auctore Dno Joh. Brown, Chym. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 361-366 (1724)

De Camphora. Auctore Dno. Carolo Neuman, Chym. Prof. Reg. Berolin. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 321-332 (1724)

De Camphora. Auctore Dno. Carolo Neuman, Chym. Prof. Reg. Berolin. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 321-332 (1724)

De Experimento Probandi Spiritum Vini Gallici, Perquam Usitato, Sed Revera Falso et Fallaci. Auctore C. Neuman, Chym. Prof. Reg. Berolin. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 398-408 (1724)

De Viribus Magneticis. Epistola Viri Doctissimi P. Muschenbroek, M. D. ad Revm. J. Th. Desaguliers, LL. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 370-378 (1724)

Dissertatiuncula de Agno Vegetabili Scythico, Borametz Vulgo Dicto. Auctore Dno Joh. Phil. Breynio, M. D. Dantisc. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 353-360 (1724)

Experimenta & Observationes De Congelatione Aquae in Vacuo Factae a D. G. Fahrenheit, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 78-84 (1724)

Experimenta & Observationes De Congelatione Aquae in Vacuo Factae a D. G. Fahrenheit, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 78-84 (1724)

Experimenta Circa Gradum Caloris Liquorum Nonnullorum Ebullientium Instituta. A Daniele Gabr. Fahrenheit, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 1-3 (1724)

Experimenta Circa Gradum Caloris Liquorum Nonnullorum Ebullientium Instituta. A Daniele Gabr. Fahrenheit, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 1-3 (1724)

Experimentum, in Argenti-Fodina Salana, Circa Ascensum' Mercurii in Barometro, Institutum. per And. Celsium. Ex Actis Literariis Sueciae Ann. 1724. Trimestr. IV
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 313-314 (1724)

Intestinum Parturiens, Seu Casus Oppido Rarus de Cranio & Costis Foetus per Anum Ejectis, Descriptus a Johanne Lindestolpe, M. D. & Reg. Colleg. Medic. Stockholmensis Assessore. Ex Actis Literariis Sueciae, An. 1723. Trimestr. 1
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 171-174 (1724)

Materiarum Quarundam Gravitates Specificae, Diversis Temporibus ad Varios Scopos Exploratae a D. G. Fahrenheit, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 114-118 (1724)

Materiarum Quarundam Gravitates Specificae, Diversis Temporibus ad Varios Scopos Exploratae a D. G. Fahrenheit, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 114-118 (1724)

Meridianorum Ulyssiponensis, Parisiensis & Londinensis Differentia, ex Literis Clarissimi Doctissimique Viri, Reverend. Patr. Johannis Baptistae Carbone Soc. Jes. ad Isaacum Sequeyra Samuda M. D. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 186-189 (1724)

Nobilissimi Viri Adami Leyel Reg. Colleg. Metallici Assessoris Narratio Accurata de Cadavere Humano in Fodina Cuprimontana Ante Duos Annos Reperto. Ex Actis Literariis Sueciae. Ann. 1722. Trimest. I
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 136-139 (1724)

Observatio Circa Lumen Boreale d. 20. Sept. An. 1717. Prope Upsal. Per E. J. Burman. Ex Actis Liter. Sueciae An. 1724. Trimestr. 3
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 175-178 (1724)

Observatio Ejusdem Cometae ab Illustrissimo Domino Francisco Bianchini Habita Albani Mense Octobri, 1723. & ab Eodem Ulysipponem missa P. Joanni Baptistae Carbone Soc J E S U. Commuuicavit Isaacus Samuda, M. D. Col. Med. Lond. L. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 51-53 (1724)

Observatio Ejusdem Cometae ab Illustrissimo Domino Francisco Bianchini Habita Albani Mense Octobri, 1723. & ab Eodem Ulysipponem missa P. Joanni Baptistae Carbone Soc J E S U. Commuuicavit Isaacus Samuda, M. D. Col. Med. Lond. L. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 51-53 (1724)

Observatio Lunaris Eclipsis Habita Ulyssipone in Palatio Regio Die 1. Novembris 1724. A PP. Joanne Baptista Carbone, & Dominico Capasso, Soc. Jesu. Communicante Excellentissimo Domino, Dno de Galvaon, Commendatore Villae Meam & Francae, Equ. Ord. Christ. Legato Sereniss. Reg. Portugall. ad Sereniss. Regem Magn. Britan. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 180-185 (1724)

Observatio Lunaris Eclipsis Habita Ulyssipone in Palatio Regio Die 1. Novembris 1724. A PP. Joanne Baptista Carbone, & Dominico Capasso, Soc. Jesu. Communicante Excellentissimo Domino, Dno de Galvaon, Commendatore Villae Meam & Francae, Equ. Ord. Christ. Legato Sereniss. Reg. Portugall. ad Sereniss. Regem Magn. Britan. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 180-185 (1724)

Observationes Accuratae Captae, Anno xvij = xxiij Lugduni Batavorum, Delphis Bataviae, & in Pago Rhenoburgo. Circa Mediam Barometri Altitudinem, Mediam Thermometri Elevationem, Tum & Hygrometri Varietatem Mediam, Circa Copiam Pluviae, Roris, Nivis, Grandinisque, Simul & Circa Copiam Aquae Quae Exhalavit, & Altitudinem Putealis Aquae in Puteo, Unde Nihil Aquae Exhaustum Fuit Toto Anni Decursu, de Variatione Horologii Portatilis Singulis Mensibus, ut Certa Haec Experimenta Servire
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 4-7 (1724)

Observationes Duae Rariores, ex Literis Viri Doctissimi Johannis Huxham, M.D. ad Jacobum Jurin, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 60-66 (1724)

Observationes Duae Rariores, ex Literis Viri Doctissimi Johannis Huxham, M.D. ad Jacobum Jurin, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 60-66 (1724)

Observations Made in Italy of a Lunar Eclipse, Which Happened the 8th of Sept. 1718. Extracted from the Giornale Di Literati of Venice
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 71-78 (1724)

Observations Upon the Comet, That Appear'd in the Months of October, November, and December, 1723. By the Reverend Mr. Bradley, M. A. Prof. Astron. Oxon. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 41-49 (1724)

Observations Upon the Comet, That Appear'd in the Months of October, November, and December, 1723. By the Reverend Mr. Bradley, M. A. Prof. Astron. Oxon. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 41-49 (1724)

Observations about Wasps, and the Difference of Their Sexes. By the Reverend Mr. Derham, F. R. S. Prebendary of Windsor
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 53-59 (1724)

Observations and Experiments upon the Foregoing Preparation. By Mr. John Brown, Chymist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 17-24 (1724)

Observations and Experiments upon the Foregoing Preparation. By Mr. John Brown, Chymist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 17-24 (1724)

Observations of the Dipping Needle, Made at London, in the Beginning of the Year 1723. By Mr. George Graham, Watchmaker, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 332-339 (1724)

Observations of the Dipping Needle, Made at London, in the Beginning of the Year 1723. By Mr. George Graham, Watchmaker, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 332-339 (1724)

Observations of the Eclipses of the First Satellite of Jupiter, communicated by His Excellency William Burnet, Esq; Governor of New York, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 162-165 (1724)

Observations of the Eclipses of the First Satellite of Jupiter, communicated by His Excellency William Burnet, Esq; Governor of New York, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 162-165 (1724)

Of the Currents at the Streights Mouth. By Capt. - - - - Communicated by Dr. Hudson
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 191-192 (1724)

Praeparatio Caerulei Prussiaci Ex Germania Missa ad Johannem Woodward, M. D. Prof. Med. Gresh. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 15-17 (1724)

Praeparatio Caerulei Prussiaci Ex Germania Missa ad Johannem Woodward, M. D. Prof. Med. Gresh. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 15-17 (1724)

Effects of judo-specific resistance training on kinetic and electromyographic parameters of pulling exercises in judo athletes
, Sportverletzung Sportschaden 32(2): 134-142 (2018)

Sectio Oculorum Duorum Cataracta Affectorum. Epistola Domini ad Samuelem Molyneux Armigerum, Serenissimo Principi Walliae a Secretis, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 149-150 (1724)

Sectio Oculorum Duorum Cataracta Affectorum. Epistola Domini ad Samuelem Molyneux Armigerum, Serenissimo Principi Walliae a Secretis, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 149-150 (1724)

Some Considerations about the Cause of the Universal Deluge, Laid before the Royal Society, on the 12th of December 1694. By Dr. Edmond Halley, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 118-123 (1724)

Some Considerations about the Cause of the Universal Deluge, Laid before the Royal Society, on the 12th of December 1694. By Dr. Edmond Halley, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 118-123 (1724)

Some Experiments concerning the Cohesion of Lead, by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 345-347 (1724)

Some Farther Thoughts upon the Same Subject, Delivered on the 19th of the Same Month. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 123-125 (1724)

Some Observations Made in an Ostrich, Dissected by Order of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. By Mr. John Ranby, Surgeon. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 223-227 (1724)

Some Observations upon Dr. Eaton's Styptick By Dr. Sprengell, R. S. S. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 108-114 (1724)

Some Observations upon Dr. Eaton's Styptick By Dr. Sprengell, R. S. S. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 108-114 (1724)

The Dissertation concerning the Figure of the Earth Continued; By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 239-255 (1724)

The Dissertation concerning the Figure of the Earth Continued; By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 239-255 (1724)

The Remainder of the Bills of Mortality, &c. of the Several Towns of Europe. Extracted from the Acta Breslaviensia. By Dr. Sprengell, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 33: 25-35 (1724)

The Remainder of the Bills of Mortality, &c. of the Several Towns of Europe. Extracted from the Acta Breslaviensia. By Dr. Sprengell, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 33(381-391): 25-35 (1724)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1725, Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet, Pr.Coll.Med. S.P.V.Pr. By Mr. Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 125-127 (1726)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1725, Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet, Pr.Coll.Med. S.P.V.Pr. By Mr. Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 125-127 (1726)

A Contrivance to Avoid the Irregularities in a Clock's Motion, Occasion'd by the Action of Heat and Cold upon the Rod of the Pendulum. By Mr. George Graham, Watch-Maker, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 40-44 (1726)

A Contrivance to Avoid the Irregularities in a Clock's Motion, Occasion'd by the Action of Heat and Cold upon the Rod of the Pendulum. By Mr. George Graham, Watch-Maker, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 40-44 (1726)

A Demonstration of the 11th Proposition of Sir Isaac Newton's Treatise of Quadratures. By Mr. Benjamin Robins
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 230-236 (1726)

A New and Exact Table, Collected from Several Observations, Taken in Four Voyages to Hudson's Bay in North America from London: Shewing the Variation of the Magnetical Needle, or Sea Compass, in the Path-Way to the Said Bay, According to the Several Latitudes and Longitudes, from the Year 1721, to 1725 By Mr. Christopher Middleton
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 73-76 (1726)

A Remark upon the New Opinion Relating to the Forces of Moving Bodies, in the Case of the Collision of Non-Elastic Bodies. By Mr. John Eames, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 183-187 (1726)

A Remark upon the New Opinion Relating to the Forces of Moving Bodies, in the Case of the Collision of Non-Elastic Bodies. By Mr. John Eames, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 183-187 (1726)

A Short Account of Negativo-Affirmative Arithmetick, by Mr. John Colson, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 161-173 (1726)

A Short Account of Negativo-Affirmative Arithmetick, by Mr. John Colson, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 161-173 (1726)

An Account of Four Mock-Suns, Seen at Kensington, March 1st 1726 - 7. By Mr. George Whiston
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 257-259 (1726)

An Account of Several Experiments concerning the Running of Water in Pipes, as It is Retarded by Friction and Intermixed Air, Some of Which Were Made before the Royal Society on Thursday the 5th of May, 1726. With a Description of a New Machine, Whereby Pipes May be Clear'd of Air, as the Water Runs Along, without Stand-Pipes, or the Help of Any Hand. By the Rev. J. T Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 77-82 (1726)

An Account of Several Experiments concerning the Running of Water in Pipes, as It is Retarded by Friction and Intermixed Air, Some of Which Were Made before the Royal Society on Thursday the 5th of May, 1726. With a Description of a New Machine, Whereby Pipes May be Clear'd of Air, as the Water Runs Along, without Stand-Pipes, or the Help of Any Hand. By the Rev. J. T Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 77-82 (1726)

An Account of a Large Stone Voided through the Urinary Passage, by a Woman. Communicated by Dr. Richard Beard, F. R. S. Physician at Worcester
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 211-212 (1726)

An Account of a Pair of Very Extraordinary Large Horns Found in Wapping Some Years since, with a Probable Account, Whence They Came, and to What Animal They Belonged. By Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet, President of the Royal Society, and of the College of Physicians
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 222-229 (1726)

An Account of a Stone Taken out of a Horse, at Boston in New England, in the Year 1724. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 261-262 (1726)

An Account of a Stone Taken out of a Horse, at Boston in New England, in the Year 1724. By the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 261-262 (1726)

An Extraordinary High Tide in the River Thames Observ d by Capt. Tho. Jones
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 68-68 (1726)

Conspectus Maculae Platonis in Luna Caelo Clarissimo Nocte Sequente Diem 16 Augusti 1725, Hora Prima Post Occasum Solis Romae in Monte Palatino, Per Tubum Opticum Josephi Campani, Palmorum 150 Romanorum, Spectante Eodem Viro Cl. Ex Eadem Epistola
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 181-182 (1726)

Crystallorum Quarundam Rarissimarum Nuper Detectarum Descriptio, Ex Literis Viri Cl. Johannis Jacobi Scheuczer, ad Dominum Hans Sloane, Bar. Reg. Soc. & Coll. Med. Lond. Praesidem
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 260-260 (1726)

De Eodem Phaenomeno Genevae Viso, Epistola Viri Clarissimi Domini Johannis Ludovici Calandrini, Math. Prof. Ordinar. Genevae, ad Jac. Jurin, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 150-151 (1726)

De Eodem Phaenomeno Genevae Viso, Epistola Viri Clarissimi Domini Johannis Ludovici Calandrini, Math. Prof. Ordinar. Genevae, ad Jac. Jurin, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 150-151 (1726)

De Salibus Alcalino-Fixis, Auctore C. Neuman Chym. Prof. Reg. Berolin. R. S. S. Pars Reliqua
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 45-65 (1726)

De Salibus Alcalino-Fixis, Auctore C. Neuman, Chym. Prof. Reg. Berolin. R S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 3-36 (1726)

De Salibus Alcalino-Fixis, Auctore C. Neuman, Chym. Prof. Reg. Berolin. R S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 3-36 (1726)

Eclipsis Lunae Observata Romae, ad Radices Collis Quirinalis, Nocte Sequente Diem 31. Octobris, 1724. Per Clarissimum Virum Franciscum Blanchinum. Ex Epistola Rev. & Cl. Viri, Johannis Baptistae Carbone, S. Jes. ad Isaacum Sequeyra Samuda, M. D. R. S. S. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 174-176 (1726)

Eclipsis Lunae Observata Romae, ad Radices Collis Quirinalis, Nocte Sequente Diem 31. Octobris, 1724. Per Clarissimum Virum Franciscum Blanchinum. Ex Epistola Rev. & Cl. Viri, Johannis Baptistae Carbone, S. Jes. ad Isaacum Sequeyra Samuda, M. D. R. S. S. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 174-176 (1726)

Muris Alpini Anatome. A Joh. Jacobo Scheuczero, Tigurino, M. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 237-243 (1726)

Muris Alpini Anatome. A Joh. Jacobo Scheuczero, Tigurino, M. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 237-243 (1726)

Observatio Defectus Solis Habita Patavii VII. Cal. Octob. 1726. a Viro Cl. Domino Johanne Poleno, Astr. Prof. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 157-157 (1726)

Observatio de Succinea Gleba, Plantae Cujusdam Folio Impraegnata, Rarissima. Auctore Dno. Johanne Philippo Breynio, M. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 154-156 (1726)

Observatio de Succinea Gleba, Plantae Cujusdam Folio Impraegnata, Rarissima. Auctore Dno. Johanne Philippo Breynio, M. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 154-156 (1726)

Observationes Aliquot Circum-Jovialium Habitae Eodem Anno 1724. Per Eundem Cl. Blanchinum. Ex Eadem Epistola
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 176-178 (1726)

Observationes Astronomicae Habitae Ulyssipone, Anno 1725, & Sub Init. 1726, a Rev. P. Johanne Baptista Carbone, Soc. Jes. Communicante Isaaco Sequeyra Samuda, M.D. R.S.S. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 90-101 (1726)

Observationes Astronomicae Habitae Ulyssipone, Anno 1725, & Sub Init. 1726, a Rev. P. Johanne Baptista Carbone, Soc. Jes. Communicante Isaaco Sequeyra Samuda, M.D. R.S.S. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 90-101 (1726)

Observations Made at Southwick, in the County of Northampton, Long. West from London, 00 Deg. 30 Min. Lat. 51 Deg. 58 Min. Nearly, with a Thirteen Foot Telescope, Whose Aperture Was 2.4 Inches, and Charge 2.5 Inches, All by Apparent Time. By the Ingenious George Lynn, Esq
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 66-67 (1726)

Observations on the Lumen Boreale, or Streaming on Oct. 8, 1726, by the Reverend Mr. W. Derham, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 245-252 (1726)

Observations on the Lumen Boreale, or Streaming on Oct. 8, 1726, by the Reverend Mr. W. Derham, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 245-252 (1726)

Observations upon the Comet, That Appear'd in October 1723, Made at Bombay; And upon an Eclipse of the Moon, Oct. 21, 1724, at Gomroon in Persia. By Mr. William Saunderson. Communicated by Dr. Halley, Astron. Reg. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 213-214 (1726)

Observations upon the Comet, That Appear'd in October 1723, Made at Bombay; And upon an Eclipse of the Moon, Oct. 21, 1724, at Gomroon in Persia. By Mr. William Saunderson. Communicated by Dr. Halley, Astron. Reg. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 213-214 (1726)

Observations upon the Tides in the River Thames, by Mr. Henry de Saumarez
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 68-72 (1726)

Registrum Observationum de Lumine Boreali per Quadriennium. Ex Epistola Viri Cl. Gulielmi Rastrick, ad Martinum Folkes, Arm. R. S. V. Pr. Lennae Regis, Martii 20, 1726/7
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 255-256 (1726)

Remarks upon Some Dissertations Lately Publish'd at Paris, by the Rev. P. Souciet, against Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology. By Dr. Edmund Halley, Astronomer Royal, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 205-210 (1726)

Remarks upon Some Dissertations Lately Publish'd at Paris, by the Rev. P. Souciet, against Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology. By Dr. Edmund Halley, Astronomer Royal, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 205-210 (1726)

Remarks upon a Supposed Demonstration, That the Moving Forces of the Same Body are Not as the Velocities, But as the Squares of the Velocities, By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 188-191 (1726)

Sceletwn Duorum Humanorum Petrefactorum Pars. Ex Epistola Joh. Jac. Scheuczer, M. D. R. S. S. ad Dom. Hans Sloane, Baronettum, S. R. V. Pr
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 38-39 (1726)

Sceletwn Duorum Humanorum Petrefactorum Pars. Ex Epistola Joh. Jac. Scheuczer, M. D. R. S. S. ad Dom. Hans Sloane, Baronettum, S. R. V. Pr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 38-39 (1726)

Singularia Quaedam in Cadavere Calculoso Dissecto Reperta, ab Abrahamo Vater, M. D. Pr. Anat. Wittemb. R.S.S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 102-103 (1726)

Singularia Quaedam in Cadavere Calculoso Dissecto Reperta, ab Abrahamo Vater, M. D. Pr. Anat. Wittemb. R.S.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 102-103 (1726)

The Longitude of Lisbon, and the Fort of New York, from Wansted and London, Determin'd by Eclipses of the First Satellite of Jupiter. By the Reverend Mr. James Bradley, M. A. Astron. Prof. Savil. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 85-90 (1726)

The Longitude of Lisbon, and the Fort of New York, from Wansted and London, Determin'd by Eclipses of the First Satellite of Jupiter. By the Reverend Mr. James Bradley, M. A. Astron. Prof. Savil. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 85-90 (1726)

The Same Appearance Describ'd by John Hadley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 34: 146-149 (1726)

The Same Appearance Describ'd by John Hadley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 146-149 (1726)

The Same Observ'd at Southwick in Northamptonshire. By George Lynn, Esq
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 253-254 (1726)

Two Newly Discover'd Arteries in Women, Going to the Ovaria. By Mr Ranby, Surgeon to His Majesty's Houshold, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 34(392-398): 159-159 (1726)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1726; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes Col. R. Med. & Soc. Reg. By Mr. Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 293-296 (1727)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1726; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes Col. R. Med. & Soc. Reg. By Mr. Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 293-296 (1727)

A Farther Account of the Bills of Mortality, &c. of Several Considerable Towns in Europe, for the Years 1722 and 1723, Extracted from the Acta Breslaviensia, by Sir Conrad Spengell, R. S. S. & Col. Reg. Medic. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 365-374 (1727)

A Farther Account of the Bills of Mortality, &c. of Several Considerable Towns in Europe, for the Years 1722 and 1723, Extracted from the Acta Breslaviensia, by Sir Conrad Spengell, R. S. S. & Col. Reg. Medic. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 365-374 (1727)

A Method for Determining the Number of Impossible Roots in Adfected AEquations. By Mr. George Campbell
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 515-531 (1727)

A Preternatural Perforation Found in the Upper Part of the Stomach, with the Symptoms it Produc'd, by Mr. Christopher Rawlinson, Surgeon
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 361-362 (1727)

An Account of Elephants Teeth and Bones Found under Ground. By Sir Hans Sloane, Bart
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 457-471 (1727)

An Account of Several Stones Found in the Kidneys of a Person Opened by Mr. John Dobyns, Surgeon and Lithotomist to St. Bartholomew's Hospital and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 452-453 (1727)

An Account of Several Stones Found in the Kidneys of a Person Opened by Mr. John Dobyns, Surgeon and Lithotomist to St. Bartholomew's Hospital and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 452-453 (1727)

An Account of Some Experiments on the Effects of the Poison of the Rattle-Snake. By Captain Hall. Communicated by Sir Hans Sloane, Bar. Med Reg &c
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 309-315 (1727)

An Account of Some Experiments on the Effects of the Poison of the Rattle-Snake. By Captain Hall. Communicated by Sir Hans Sloane, Bar. Med Reg &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 309-315 (1727)

An Account of Some Observations Made by a Young Gentleman, Who Was Born Blind, or Lost His Sight so Early, That He Had no Remembrance of Ever Having Seen, and Was Couch d between 13 and 14 Years of Age. By Mr. Will. Chesselden, F. R. S. Surgeon to Her Majesty, and to St. Thomas's Hospital
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 447-450 (1727)

An Account of a Machine for Measuring any Depth in the Sea, with Great Expedition and Certainty; Shewn to the Royal Society, by J. T. Desaguliers, L. L. D. and R. S. S. Contriv'd by the Rev. Mr. Stephen Hales, F. R. S. and Himself
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 559-562 (1727)

An Account of an Aneurysm of the Aorta, (Dissected in St. Bartholomew's Hospital) by Pierce Dod, M. D. Fellow of the College of Physicians, and Physician to That Hospital
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 436-440 (1727)

An Account of an Humane Skeleton of an Extraordinary Size, Found in a Repository at Repton in Derby-Shire, Together with Some Examples of Long Life, Communicated by Simon Degg, M. D. & F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 363-365 (1727)

An Account of an Humane Skeleton of an Extraordinary Size, Found in a Repository at Repton in Derby-Shire, Together with Some Examples of Long Life, Communicated by Simon Degg, M. D. & F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 363-365 (1727)

An Account of the Culture and Management of Saffron in England, by James Douglass, M. D. Med. Regin. Extr. & S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 566-574 (1727)

An Account of the Culture and Management of Saffron in England, by James Douglass, M. D. Med. Regin. Extr. & S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 566-574 (1727)

An Account of the Several Strata of Earths and Fossils Found in Sinking the Mineral Wells at Holt. By the Reverend Mr. Lewis, Vicar of the Place. Communicated by John Brome, Esq;
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 489-491 (1727)

An Attempt Made before the Royal Society, to Shew How Damps, or Foul Air, May be Drawn out of Any Sort of Mines, &c. by an Engine Contriv'd by the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, L. L. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 353-356 (1727)

An Attempt Made before the Royal Society, to Shew How Damps, or Foul Air, May be Drawn out of Any Sort of Mines, &c. by an Engine Contriv'd by the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, L. L. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 353-356 (1727)

An Explication of the Instruments Used, in a New Operation on the Eyes, by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 451-452 (1727)

Astronomical Observations Made at Vera Cruz, by Mr. Joseph Harris. Revised and Communicated by Edm. Halley, L. L. D. Astron. Reg. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 388-389 (1727)

Astronomical Observations Made at Vera Cruz, by Mr. Joseph Harris. Revised and Communicated by Edm. Halley, L. L. D. Astron. Reg. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 388-389 (1727)

Extract of Two Uncommon Cases of Tumours of the Abdomen, from a Latin Tract Publish'd at Strasburgh, Anno 1728, and Entituled, Joannis Boecleri, M. D. &c. ad Exteros Medicos Epistola; by W. Rutty, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 562-566 (1727)

Extract of Two Uncommon Cases of Tumours of the Abdomen, from a Latin Tract Publish'd at Strasburgh, Anno 1728, and Entituled, Joannis Boecleri, M. D. &c. ad Exteros Medicos Epistola; by W. Rutty, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 562-566 (1727)

Ingens Materiae Purulentae Copia Cariem & Separationem Totius Ossis Mali, &c. Inducens, & per Triennium Ex Ore Pueri Defluens, Observata a Domino Petro Hardisway, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 332-376 (1727)

Ingens Materiae Purulentae Copia Cariem & Separationem Totius Ossis Mali, &c. Inducens, & per Triennium Ex Ore Pueri Defluens, Observata a Domino Petro Hardisway, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 332-376 (1727)

Lunaris Eclipsis Celebrata die 10. Octob. an. 1726. & in Observatorio Collegii D. Antonii Magni Observata ab Eodem
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 338-342 (1727)

Observatio Solaris Deliquii Celebrati Die 25. Septemb. 1726. Habita Ulyssipone in Observatorio Regii Palatii A' P. Jo. Baptista Carbone, Soc. Jes
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 335-338 (1727)

Observatio Solaris Deliquii Celebrati Die 25. Septemb. 1726. Habita Ulyssipone in Observatorio Regii Palatii A' P. Jo. Baptista Carbone, Soc. Jes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 335-338 (1727)

Observationes Aliae Selectiores Ingolstadii Habitae Anno 1726. a Patribus Soc. Jesu. Ex eadem Epistola
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 556-559 (1727)

Observationes Astronomicae Habitae Ulyssipone, Anno 1726. a Rev. P. Joh. Baptista Carbone, Soc. Jes. Communicante Isaaco Sequeyra Samuda, M. D. R. S. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 408-413 (1727)

Observationes Astronomicae Habitae Ulyssipone, Anno 1726. a Rev. P. Joh. Baptista Carbone, Soc. Jes. Communicante Isaaco Sequeyra Samuda, M. D. R. S. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 408-413 (1727)

Observationes Astronomicae Habitae in Observatorio Bononiensi Anno 1727, a Cl. Eustachio Mansredi, R. S. S. Ex Epistola J. Baptistae Carbone ad Isaacum De Sequeyra Samuda M. D. Coll. Med. Lic. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 534-535 (1727)

Observationes Astronomicae Habitae in Observatorio Bononiensi Anno 1727, a Cl. Eustachio Mansredi, R. S. S. Ex Epistola J. Baptistae Carbone ad Isaacum De Sequeyra Samuda M. D. Coll. Med. Lic. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 534-535 (1727)

Observationes Astronomicae Pekini Habitae a R.P. Ignatio Kogler Soc. Jesu Tribun, Math. in Sinis Praeside. Ex Epistola R.P. Joh. Bapt. Carbone ad Isaacum de Sequeyra Samuda, R.S.S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 553-556 (1727)

Observationes Astronomicae a R. P. Joh. Baptista Carbone Transmissae, Communicante Is. De Seguera Samuda, M. D. R. S. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 471-479 (1727)

Observationes Astronomicae a R. P. Joh. Baptista Carbone Transmissae, Communicante Is. De Seguera Samuda, M. D. R. S. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 471-479 (1727)

Observations of the Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites, from 1700, to the Year 1727. By the Reverend W. Derham, M A Canon of Windsor and F. R. S. Communicated by Sr. Hans Sloane, Bart. President of the College of Physicians and Royal Society, &c
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 415-428 (1727)

Observations of the Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites, from 1700, to the Year 1727. By the Reverend W. Derham, M A Canon of Windsor and F. R. S. Communicated by Sr. Hans Sloane, Bart. President of the College of Physicians and Royal Society, &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 415-428 (1727)

Of Fossile Teeth and Bones of Elephants. Part the Second. By Sir Hans Sloane, Bart
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 497-514 (1727)

Of Fossile Teeth and Bones of Elephants. Part the Second. By Sir Hans Sloane, Bart
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 497-514 (1727)

Optical Experiments Made in the Beginning of August 1728, before the President and Several Members of the Royal Society, and Other Gentlemen of Several Nations, upon Occasion of Signior Rizzetti's Opticks, with an Account of the Said Book, By J. T. Desaguliers, L L. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 596-629 (1727)

Optical Experiments Made in the Beginning of August 1728, before the President and Several Members of the Royal Society, and Other Gentlemen of Several Nations, upon Occasion of Signior Rizzetti's Opticks, with an Account of the Said Book, By J. T. Desaguliers, L L. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 596-629 (1727)

Quaedam Notabilia in Cerebris Trium Epilepsia Mortuorum Observata, Quibus Accedit Historia de Substantia Cataractae. Epistola Domini Waltheri Curieusi Rhaeti, ad Dominum J. F. Woolhouse, F. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 315-317 (1727)

Quaedam Notabilia in Cerebris Trium Epilepsia Mortuorum Observata, Quibus Accedit Historia de Substantia Cataractae. Epistola Domini Waltheri Curieusi Rhaeti, ad Dominum J. F. Woolhouse, F. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 315-317 (1727)

Remarks on the Height of Mountains in General, and of Those of Swisserland in Particular, with an Account of the Rise of Some of the Most Considerable Rivers of Europe. By J. G. Scheuchzer, M. D. &c
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 577-595 (1727)

Remarks on the Height of Mountains in General, and of Those of Swisserland in Particular, with an Account of the Rise of Some of the Most Considerable Rivers of Europe. By J. G. Scheuchzer, M. D. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 577-595 (1727)

Remarks upon Some Experiments in Hydraulics, Which Seem to Prove, That the Forces of Equal Moving Bodies are as the Squares of Their Velocities. By Mr. John Eames, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 343-347 (1727)

Remarks upon Some Experiments in Hydraulics, Which Seem to Prove, That the Forces of Equal Moving Bodies are as the Squares of Their Velocities. By Mr. John Eames, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 343-347 (1727)

Some Observations Made in the Dissection of Three Subjects; By Mr. Ranby, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 413-414 (1727)

Some Observations Made in the Dissection of Three Subjects; By Mr. Ranby, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 413-414 (1727)

Some Observations on Aneurysms in General, and in Particular, on the Fore-Going. By F. Nicholls, M. B. Prael. of Anatomy, Oxon. & F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 440-444 (1727)

Some Observations on Aneurysms in General, and in Particular, on the Fore-Going. By F. Nicholls, M. B. Prael. of Anatomy, Oxon. & F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 440-444 (1727)

The Anatomy of the Poisonous Apparatus of a Rattle-Snake, Made by the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Praes. Soc. Reg. & Coll. Med. together with an Account of the Quick Effects of Its Poison; by John Ranby, Esq; Surgeon to His Majesty's Houshold, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 377-381 (1727)

The Anatomy of the Poisonous Apparatus of a Rattle-Snake, Made by the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Praes. Soc. Reg. & Coll. Med. together with an Account of the Quick Effects of Its Poison; by John Ranby, Esq; Surgeon to His Majesty's Houshold, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 377-381 (1727)

The Barometrical Method of Measuring the Height of Mountains, with Two New Tables Shewing the Height of the Atmosphere at Given Altitudes of Mercury. Extracted Chiefly from the Observations of John James Scheuchzer, M. D. Professor of Mathematicks at Zuric, and a Member of the Imperial, and Royal Societies of London and Prussia. By J. G. Scheuchzer, M. D. F. R. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 537-547 (1727 )

The Barometrical Method of Measuring the Height of Mountains, with Two New Tables Shewing the Height of the Atmosphere at Given Altitudes of Mercury. Extracted Chiefly from the Observations of John James Scheuchzer, M. D. Professor of Mathematicks at Zuric, and a Member of the Imperial, and Royal Societies of London and Prussia. By J. G. Scheuchzer, M. D. F. R. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Lic
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 537-547 (1727)

The Conclusion of Dr. Desagulier's Account of Mr. Hales's Vegetable Staticks
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 323-331 (1727)

Effects of Judo Training on Bones: A Systematic Literature Review
, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 33(10): 2882-2896 (2019)

Effects of juvenile hormone analogues upon soldier differentiation in the termite Reticulitermes santonensis (Rhinotermitidae, Heterotermitinae)
, Journal of Morphology 217(2): 239-261 (1993)

Two Chirurgical Questions, Stated and Answered by John Douglas, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 35: 318-322 (1727)

Two Chirurgical Questions, Stated and Answered by John Douglas, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 35(399-406): 318-322 (1727)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1727, Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes.Col.R. Med. & Soc. Reg. by Isaac Rand Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 1-3 (1729)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1727, Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes.Col.R. Med. & Soc. Reg. by Isaac Rand Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 1-3 (1729)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1728; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. By Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 219-222 (1729)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society, by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1728; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. By Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 219-222 (1729)

A Farther Examination of the Machine's Said to be without Friction. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 228-230 (1729)

A Further Account of a New Machine, Called the Marine Surveyor, Designed for the Mensuration of the Way of a Ship at Sea, More Correctly Than by the Log, at Present in Use, or Any Other Method Hitherto Invented for That Purpose. By Mr. Henry De Saumarez, of the Island of Guernsey, Part of His Majesty's Antient Dutchy of Normandy
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 45-58 (1729)

A New Kind of Hydrometer Made by Mr. Clarke, and Communicated to the Society by J. T. Desaguliers, L. L. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 277-279 (1729)

A New Kind of Hydrometer Made by Mr. Clarke, and Communicated to the Society by J. T. Desaguliers, L. L. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 277-279 (1729)

A Proposition on the Balance, Not Taken Notice of by Mechanical Writers, Explain d and Confirm'd by an Experiment before the Royal Society, by J. T. Desaguliers, L. L. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 128-134 (1729)

A Proposition on the Balance, Not Taken Notice of by Mechanical Writers, Explain d and Confirm'd by an Experiment before the Royal Society, by J. T. Desaguliers, L. L. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 128-134 (1729)

A Short Account of the Different Kinds of Ipecacuanha, by Dr. Douglass, Med. Regin. Extr. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 152-158 (1729)

A Short Account of the Different Kinds of Ipecacuanha, by Dr. Douglass, Med. Regin. Extr. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 152-158 (1729)

An Account of Mr. Mark Catesby's Essay Towards the Natural History of Carolina and the Bahama Islands, with Some Extracts out of the First Three Sets. By Dr. Mortimer, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 425-434 (1729)

An Account of Mr. Mark Catesby's Essay Towards the Natural History of Carolina and the Bahama Islands, with Some Extracts out of the First Three Sets. By Dr. Mortimer, R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 425-434 (1729)

An Account of Some Observations Relating to Natural History, Made in a Journey to the Peak in Derbyshire, by Mr. J. Martyn, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 22-32 (1729)

An Account of Some Observations Relating to Natural History, Made in a Journey to the Peak in Derbyshire, by Mr. J. Martyn, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 22-32 (1729)

An Account of Some Uncommon Anastomoses of the Spermatic Vessels in a Woman, Observed by Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secr. & Coll. Med. Lond. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 373-376 (1729)

An Account of Some Uncommon Anastomoses of the Spermatic Vessels in a Woman, Observed by Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secr. & Coll. Med. Lond. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 373-376 (1729)

An Account of a Spiritus Vini AEthereus, Together with Several Experiments Tried Therewith: By Dr. Frobenius, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 283-289 (1729)

An Account of a Spiritus Vini AEthereus, Together with Several Experiments Tried Therewith: By Dr. Frobenius, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 283-289 (1729)

An Account of the Cinnamon Tree in Ceylon, and Its Several Sorts. Communicated by the Chief Inspector of the Cinnamon Trade and Manufacture in That Island to Albertus Seba, a Noted Druggist at Amsterdam. Translated by the Late Dr. Scheuchzer, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 97-109 (1729)

An Account of the Cinnamon Tree in Ceylon, and Its Several Sorts. Communicated by the Chief Inspector of the Cinnamon Trade and Manufacture in That Island to Albertus Seba, a Noted Druggist at Amsterdam. Translated by the Late Dr. Scheuchzer, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 97-109 (1729)

An Account of the First Decade of a Book
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 4-6 (1729)

An Account of the Hermaphrodite Lobster Presented to the Royal Society on Thursday May the 7th, by Mr. Fisher of Newgate-Market, Examined and Dissected, Pursuant to an Order of the Society. By F. Nicholls, M. D. Proel. Anat. Oxon. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 290-294 (1729)

An Account of the Hermaphrodite Lobster Presented to the Royal Society on Thursday May the 7th, by Mr. Fisher of Newgate-Market, Examined and Dissected, Pursuant to an Order of the Society. By F. Nicholls, M. D. Proel. Anat. Oxon. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 290-294 (1729)

Effects of kallidinogenase in patients undergoing vitrectomy for diabetic macular edema
, International Ophthalmology 39(6): 1307-1313 (2019)

Effects of Kangfuxin solution on IL-1β, IL-6, IL-17 and TNF-α in gingival crevicular fluid in patients with fixed orthodontic gingivitis
, Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine 16(1): 300-304 (2018)

An Account of the Praeternatural Delivery of a Foetus at the Anus; Communicated by Mr. Nourse, One of the Assistant Surgeons to St. Bartholomew's-Hospital; Demonstrator of Anatomy at Surgeons-Hall, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 435-440 (1729)

An Account of the Praeternatural Delivery of a Foetus at the Anus; Communicated by Mr. Nourse, One of the Assistant Surgeons to St. Bartholomew's-Hospital; Demonstrator of Anatomy at Surgeons-Hall, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 435-440 (1729)

An Account of the Veins and Arteries of Leaves. By Frank Nicholls, M. D. Prael. Anat. Oxon. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 371-372 (1729)

An Account of the Veins and Arteries of Leaves. By Frank Nicholls, M. D. Prael. Anat. Oxon. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 371-372 (1729)

An Essay upon the Use of the Bile in the Animal Oeconomy, Founded on an Observation of a Wound in the Gall-Bladder. By Alexander Stuart, M. D. Physician to Her Majesty, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 341-363 (1729)

An Essay upon the Use of the Bile in the Animal Oeconomy, Founded on an Observation of a Wound in the Gall-Bladder. By Alexander Stuart, M. D. Physician to Her Majesty, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 341-363 (1729)

An Examination of Monsieur Perault's New-Invented Axis in Peritrochio, Said to be Entirely Void of Friction: With an Experiment to Confirm the Reasoning Made upon an Axis in Peritrochio First Us'd in Mons. Perault's Manner, Then in the Common Way, by J. T. Desaguliers, L L. D
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 222-227 (1729)

An Examination of Monsieur Perault's New-Invented Axis in Peritrochio, Said to be Entirely Void of Friction: With an Experiment to Confirm the Reasoning Made upon an Axis in Peritrochio First Us'd in Mons. Perault's Manner, Then in the Common Way, by J. T. Desaguliers, L L. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 222-227 (1729)

An Explanation of the New Chronological Table of the Chinese History, Translated into Latin from the Original Chinese, by Father Johannes Franciscus Foucquet, Soc. Jes. Bishop of Eleutheropolis, and Published at Rome in the Year 1730. Collected from Two Accounts Thereof, Written in French, One Sent from Rome by Sir Tho. Dereham, to the Royal Society, the Other Sent from Father Foucquet to Father Eustache Guillemeau, a Barnabite at Paris, and by Him Transmitted to Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr.
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 397-424 (1729)

An Explanation of the New Chronological Table of the Chinese History, Translated into Latin from the Original Chinese, by Father Johannes Franciscus Foucquet, Soc. Jes. Bishop of Eleutheropolis, and Published at Rome in the Year 1730. Collected from Two Accounts Thereof, Written in French, One Sent from Rome by Sir Tho. Dereham, to the Royal Society, the Other Sent from Father Foucquet to Father Eustache Guillemeau, a Barnabite at Paris, and by Him Transmitted to Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr.
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 397-424 (1729)

An Observation of the Eclipse of the Moon, by Arthur Dobs, Esq; At Castle-Dobbs Near Carrickfergus in Ireland, Feb. the 2d, 1728-9; Communicated by Oliver St. John, Esq; F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 140-141 (1729)

An Observation of the Eclipse of the Moon, by Arthur Dobs, Esq; At Castle-Dobbs Near Carrickfergus in Ireland, Feb. the 2d, 1728-9; Communicated by Oliver St. John, Esq; F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 140-141 (1729)

Casus Rarissimus. Ex Epistola Doctissimi Virt J. Huxham ad Gul. Rutty, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 257-260 (1729)

Casus Rarissimus. Ex Epistol Doctissimi Virt J. Huxham ad Gul. Rutty, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 257-260 (1729)

De Eqvvleo: Auctore Joanne Wardo, Rhet. Prof. Gresh. et R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 231-245 (1729)

De Eqvvleo: Auctore Joanne Wardo, Rhet. Prof. Gresh. et R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 231-245 (1729)

De Frigidae in Febribus Usu. Auctore Cl. Nicolao Cyrillo Prim. Med. Prof. Neapol. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 142-151 (1729)

De Frigidae in Febribus Usu. Auctore Cl. Nicolao Cyrillo Prim. Med. Prof. Neapol. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 142-151 (1729)

Duae Observationes Eclipsis Lunae Totalis Nocte Sequente Diem 28 Julij 1729. S. V. Communicate Cl. Thoma Dereham, Bart, & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 215-218 (1729)

Duae Observationes Eclipsis Lunae Totalis Nocte Sequente Diem 28 Julij 1729. S. V. Communicate Cl. Thom Dereham, Bart, & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 215-218 (1729)

Magnetical Observations and Experiments; By Servington Savery, Esq; Of Shilston
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 295-340 (1729)

Memoirs Communicated by Mons. Garcin to Mons. St. Hyacinthe, F. R. S. Containing a Description of a New Family of Plants Called Oxyoides; Some Remarks on the Family of Plants Called Musa; And a Description of the Hirudinella Marina, or Sea Leach. Translated from the French, by Mr. John Martyn, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 377-394 (1729)

Memoirs Communicated by Mons. Garcin to Mons. St. Hyacinthe, F. R. S. Containing a Description of a New Family of Plants Called Oxyoïdes; Some Remarks on the Family of Plants Called Musa; And a Description of the Hirudinella Marina, or Sea Leäch. Translated from the French, by Mr. John Martyn, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 377-394 (1729)

Nova Literaria Physico-Medica Curiosa; Containing a Description of the Cereus Which Flowered at Norimberg in the Year 1730. Communicated by Jo. Georg Steigertahl Arch. Reg. Hanov. Prof. Helm. Soc. Honorar. Coll. Med. Lond. & R. S. S. to Sir Hans Sloane Bart. Pr. R. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Translated from the Latin by T. Stack, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 462-465 (1729)

Nova Literaria Physico-Medica Curiosa; Containing a Description of the Cereus Which Flowered at Norimberg in the Year 1730. Communicated by Jo. Georg Steigertahl Arch. Reg. Hanov. Prof. Helm. Soc. Honorar. Coll. Med. Lond. & R. S. S. to Sir Hans Sloane Bart. Pr. R. S. & Coll. Med. Lond. Translated from the Latin by T. Stack, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 462-465 (1729)

Observatio Ejusdem Defectus Solis Habita Patavii, ab J. Poleno
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 396-396 (1729)

Observatio Lunaris Eclipseos, Ulissipone Habita Die 2 Februarii, An. 1730, N. S. in Collegio Divi Antonii Magni a Rev. P. Joanne Baptista Carbone, Soc. Jes. Ex Ejusdem Cl. Viri Epistola ad Jacobum. De Castro Sarmento, M. D. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 363-365 (1729)

Observatio Lunaris Eclipseos, Ulssipone Habita Die 2 Februarii, An. 1730, N. S. in Collegio Divi Antonii Magni Rev. P. Joanne Baptista Carbone, Soc. Jes. Ex Ejusdem Cl. Viri Epistola ad Jacobum. De Castro Sarmento, M. D. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 363-365 (1729)

Observationes Caelestes Multifariae Inter Menses Novemb. 1727, & Novemb. 1728, Pekini in SINIS, Habitae & ad Rev. P. Joannem Baptistam Carbone, Soc. Jes. Transmissae. Ex Eadem Epistola Descriptae
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 366-371 (1729)

Observationes Coelestes Multifariae, Annis 1728 & 1729. Pekini in Sinis Habitae, & ad Rev. P. Johannem Baptistam Carbone, Soc. Jes. Transmissae; ex Ejusdem Cl. Viri Epistola ad Jacobum De Castro Sarmento, M. D. Col. Med. Lond. Lic. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 455-461 (1729)

Observationes Coelestes Multifariae, Annis 1728 & 1729. Pekini in Sinis Habitae, & ad Rev. P. Johannem Baptistam Carbone, Soc. Jes. Transmissae; ex Ejusdem Cl. Viri Epistola ad Jacobum De Castro Sarmento, M. D. Col. Med. Lond. Lic. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 455-461 (1729)

Observationes Quaedam Eclipseos Lunaris Die 29 Julii Habitae A. D. 1729
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 174-176 (1729)

Observations On a Treatise Wrote by Mons. Helvetius of Paris, Designed to Prove That the Lungs Do Not Divide and Exspand the Blood, but That on the Contrary, They Cool and Condense It. By F. Nicholls, M. B. Prael. Anat. Oxon & F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 163-169 (1729)

Observations On a Treatise Wrote by Mons. Helvetius of Paris, Designed to Prove That the Lungs Do Not Divide and Exspand the Blood, but That on the Contrary, They Cool and Condense It. By F. Nicholls, M. B. Prael. Anat. Oxon & F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 163-169 (1729)

Occultatio Veneris a Luna Subeunte Berolini Visa Die 19 Septembris 1729, N. S. P. Mer. a D. Kirchio. Ex Diario Meteorologico (M.S.) J. Fred. Weidleri, L. L. D. & Math. Prof. Prim. Wittembergae
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 256-256 (1729)

Of the Meteor Called the Ignis Fatuus, from Observations Made in England, by the Reverend Mr. W. Derham, F. R. S. and Others in Italy, Communicated by Sir Tho. Dereham, Bart. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 204-214 (1729)

Of the Meteor Called the Ignis Fatuus, from Observations Made in England, by the Reverend Mr. W. Derham, F. R. S. and Others in Italy, Communicated by Sir Tho. Dereham, Bart. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 204-214 (1729)

Some Material Observations upon Dissecting an Ostrich, Made Lately by Mr. Ranby, Surgeon to His Majesty's Houshold, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 275-276 (1729)

Some Material Observations upon Dissecting an Ostrich, Made Lately by Mr. Ranby, Surgeon to His Majesty's Houshold, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 275-276 (1729)

Some Observations on the Crane, with Improvements on That Machine, by J. T. Desaguliers, F. R. S. Shewn the Society in Models, but Here Exemplified by Figures
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 194-204 (1729 )

The Anatomical Preparation of Vegetables, by Albertus Seba, F. R. S. Communicated to the Royal Society by Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. and Col. Med. Lond. Translated from the German, by Mr. Zolman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 441-444 (1729)

The Anatomical Preparation of Vegetables, by Albertus Seba, F. R. S. Communicated to the Royal Society by Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. and Col. Med. Lond. Translated from the German, by Mr. Zolman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 441-444 (1729)

The Bills of Mortality in Several Parts of Europe, for the Years 1724 and 1725. Extracted from the Acta Breslaviensia, by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 110-123 (1729)

The Difference in Time of the Meridians of Diverse Places Computed from Observations of the Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites, by the Reverend Mr. Derham Canon of Windsor, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 33-36 (1729)

The Difference in Time of the Meridians of Diverse Places Computed from Observations of the Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites, by the Reverend Mr. Derham Canon of Windsor, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 33-36 (1729)

The Natural History of Cochineal; Being an Account of a Book Entituled, Histoire Naturelle de La Cochinelle Justifiee Par Des Documens Authentiques Amsterdam, 1729. By W. Rutty, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 264-268 (1729)

The Natural History of Cochineal; Being an Account of a Book Entituled, Histoire Naturelle de La Cochinelle Justifie Par Des Documens Authentiques Amsterdam, 1729. By W. Rutty, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 36: 264-268 (1729)

Typus Eclipseos Solaris Observatae Julii 15, S. N. 4, S. V. Anno 1730. Witebergae Saxonum, a Joh. Frider. Weidler, J. U. D. Mathem. Prof. Ordin. Reg. Soc. Scientiar. Pruss. Sodali
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 36(407-416): 394-396 (1729)

A Botanical Invitation to Forward an History of the Plants of Swisserland; by Dr. John Jacob Scheuchzer, M. D. F. R. S. Sent to Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. to Be Communicated to the Royal Society. Translated by Mr. Zollman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 219-220 (1731)

A Botanical Invitation to Forward an History of the Plants of Swisserland; by Dr. John Jacob Scheuchzer, M. D. F. R. S. Sent to Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. to Be Communicated to the Royal Society. Translated by Mr. Zollman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 219-220 (1731)

A Catalogue of Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites for the Year 1733. By James Hodgson, F. R. S. Master of the Royal Mathematical School at Christ's Hospital, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 321-326 (1731)

A Catalogue of Eclipses of the Four Satellites of Jupiter, for the Year 1732. By James Hodgson, F. R. S. and Master of the Royal Mathematical School at Christ's Hospital, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 109-123 (1731)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1729; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. et Soc. Reg. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 1-4 (1731)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1729; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. et Soc. Reg. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 1-4 (1731)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1730; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 223-226 (1731)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1730; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 223-226 (1731)

A Continuation of an Account of Mr. Mark Catesby's Essay towards a Natural History of Carolina and the Bahama Islands, with Some Extracts out of the Fourth Set, by Dr. Mortimer, R. S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 174-178 (1731)

A Continuation of an Account of an Essay towards a Natural History of Carolina and the Bahama Islands, by Mark Catesby, F. R. S. with Some Extracts out of the Fifth Set. By Dr. Mortimer, R. S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 447-450 (1731)

A Description of the Water-Works at London-Bridge, Explaining the Draught of T a b. I. By H. Beighton, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 5-12 (1731)

A Description of the Water-Works at London-Bridge, Explaining the Draught of T a b. I. By H. Beighton, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 5-12 (1731)

Effects of Kanglaite Injection on Serum miRNA-21 in Patients with Advanced Lung Cancer
, Medical Science Monitor 24: 2901-2906 (2018)

A New and Exact Table Collected from Several Observations Taken from the Year 1721 to 1729, in Nine Voyages to Hudson's Bay in North-America, by Captain C. Middleton; Shewing the Variation of the Compass According to the Latitudes and Longitudes Under-Mentioned, Accounting the Longitude from the Meridian of London. Communicated by Mr. Benj. Robins, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 71-75 (1731)

A New and Exact Table Collected from Several Observations Taken from the Year 1721 to 1729, in Nine Voyages to Hudson's Bay in North-America, by Captain C. Middleton; Shewing the Variation of the Compass According to the Latitudes and Longitudes Under-Mentioned, Accounting the Longitude from the Meridian of London. Communicated by Mr. Benj. Robins, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 71-75 (1731)

A Proposal of a Method for Finding the Longitude at Sea within a Degree, or Twenty Leagues. By Dr. Edmund Halley, Astr. Reg. Vice-President of the Royal Society. With an Account of the Progress He Hath Made Therein, by a Continued Series of Accurate Observations of the Moon, Taken by Himself at the Royal Observatory at Greenwich
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 185-195 (1731)

A Remarkable Case of a Gentlewoman Who Died of a Hydrops Ovarii, in the Thirty-Third Year of Her Age, after Having Been Tapped Fifty-Seven Times. By Mr. John Belchier, Surgeon
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 279-284 (1731)

A Short Account, by Mr. John Eames, F. R. S. of a Book Intituled, Tuhhfat Ilkibar, Printed at Constantinople, AnnoDom. 1728
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 338-340 (1731)

Effects of kartogenin on the attenuated nucleus pulposus cell degeneration of intervertebral discs induced by interleukin-1β and tumor necrosis factor-α
, International Journal of Molecular Medicine 41(2): 749-756 (2018)

Effects of KDT501 on Metabolic Parameters in Insulin-Resistant Prediabetic Humans
, Journal of the Endocrine Society 1(6): 650-659 (2017)

Effects of Keratinocyte-Derived Cytokine (CXCL-1) on the Development of Theiler's Virus-Induced Demyelinating Disease
, Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 8: 9 (2018)

An Account of Mr. James Christopher Le Blon's Principles of Printing, in Imitation of Painting, and of Weaving Tapestry, in the Same Manner as Brocades. By Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. S. R. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 101-107 (1731)

An Account of Mr. James Christopher Le Blon's Principles of Printing, in Imitation of Painting, and of Weaving Tapestry, in the Same Manner as Brocades. By Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. S. R. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 101-107 (1731)

An Account of Observations Made on Board the Chatham-Yacht, August 30th and 31st, and September 1st, 1732, in Pursuance of an Order Made by the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, for the Trial of an Instrument for Taking Angles, Described in Philosophical Transactions, Numb. 420. By John Hadley, Esq; Vice-President of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 341-356 (1731)

An Account of Some Experiments, Relating to the Flowering of Tulips, Narcissus's, &c. in Winter, by Placing Their Bulbs upon Glasses of Water, Made by Mons. Triewald, Director of Mechanicks at Stockholm, and F. R. SS. of England and Sweden, and Read before the Royal Society May the 7th, 1730, as They Were Tried the Next Season by Philip Miller, F. R. S. Gardiner to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at Their Botanick Garden in Chelsea
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 81-84 (1731)

An Account of Two Experiments of the Friction of Pullies. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 394-396 (1731)

An Account of Two Experiments of the Friction of Pullies. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 394-396 (1731)

An Account of What Appeared Most Remarkable on Opening the Body of Ann Edwards, Who Died January 5th, 1729/30 Having a Large Umbelical Rupture. Communicated to the Society by John Ranby, Esq; Surgeon to His Majesty's Houshold, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 221-222 (1731)

An Account of What Appeared Most Remarkable on Opening the Body of Ann Edwards, Who Died January 5th, 1729/30 Having a Large Umbelical Rupture. Communicated to the Society by John Ranby, Esq; Surgeon to His Majesty's Houshold, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 221-222 (1731)

An Account of an Extraordinary Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the Month of March, in the Year 1730, Extracted from the Meteorological Diary of That Year at Naples, Communicated by Nichol. Cyrillus, M. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 336-338 (1731)

An Account of an Extraordinary Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the Month of March, in the Year 1730, Extracted from the Meteorological Diary of That Year at Naples, Communicated by Nichol. Cyrillus, M. D. R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 336-338 (1731)

An Account of the Contrayerva, by Mr. William Houstoun, Surgeon in the Service of the Honourable South-Sea Company
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 195-198 (1731)

An Experiment to Shew That the Friction of the Several Parts in a Compound Engine, May Be Reduced to Calculation; By Drawing Consequences from Some of the Experiments Shewn before the Royal Society Last Year, upon Simple Machines, in Various Circumstances, by Me. Now Exemplified by the Friction in a Combination of Pullies. By J. T. Desaguliers. Jan. 14, 1730/10
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 292-293 (1731)

An Extract from the Minutes of the Royal Society, March 16, 1731, Containing an UncommonCase of a Distempered Skin, by John Machin, Sec. R. S. & Prof. Astr. Gresh
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 299-301 (1731)

Casus Rarissimus Plicae Polonicae Enormis a D. Abrahamo Vatero, M. D. Prof. Anatom. Wittemberg. et R. S. S. per D. Conradum Sprengell, Equitem, M. D. R. S. S. et Coll. Med. Lond. Licent. Communicatus. Vid. Tab. II. Fig. 2
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 50-51 (1731)

Casus Rarissimus Plicae Polonicae Enormis D. Abrahamo Vatero, M. D. Prof. Anatom. Wittemberg. et R. S. S. per D. Conradum Sprengell, Equitem, M. D. R. S. S. et Coll. Med. Lond. Licent. Communicatus. Vid. Tab. II. Fig. 2
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 50-51 (1731)

Conjectures upon the Nature of Intermitting and Reciprocating Springs. By Mr. Joseph Atwell, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 301-316 (1731)

Conjectures upon the Nature of Intermitting and Reciprocating Springs. By Mr. Joseph Atwell, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 301-316 (1731)

Curvarum Hyperbolicarum, oequationibus Trium Nominum Utcunque Definitarum, Quadratura Generalis Duplici Theoremate Exhibita a Do. Samuele Klingenstierna, Profess. Digniss. Math. in Acad. Upsal, et R. S. S. Communicante Do. Jacobo Stirling, Ejusdem Etiam Soc. Doctiss. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 45-50 (1731)

Curvarum Hyperbolicarum, oequationibus Trium Nominum Utcunque Definitarum, Quadratura Generalis Duplici Theoremate Exhibita Do. Samuele Klingenstierna, Profess. Digniss. Math. in Acad. Upsal, et R. S. S. Communicante Do. Jacobo Stirling, Ejusdem Etiam Soc. Doctiss. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 45-50 (1731)

De Ingenti Sanguinis Vomitu perquam Gelidissimis Brumali Tempore Potionibus Curato, Observatio ad Regiam Scientiarum Londinensem Societatem a Petro Antonio Michelotto M. D. R. S. S. Transmissa
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 129-145 (1731)

De Ingenti Sanguinis Vomitu perquam Gelidissimis Brumali Tempore Potionibus Curato, Observatio ad Regiam Scientiarum Londinensem Societatem Petro Antonio Michelotto M. D. R. S. S. Transmissa
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 129-145 (1731)

De Usu Corticis Peruviani ad Gangrenam & Sphacelum, a Johanne Shipton, Chirurgo Londinensi
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 434-443 (1731)

Ephemerides Meteorologicae, Barometricae, Thermometricae, Epidemicae, Magneticae, Ultrajectinae Conscriptse a Petro Van Muschenbroek, L. A. M. Med. & Phil. D. Phil. & Mathes. Profess. in Acad. Ultraj. Annis 1730, & 1731
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 408-426 (1731)

Ephemerides Meteorologicae, Barometricae, Thermometricae, Epidemicae, Magneticae, Ultrajectinae, Conscripta a Petro Van Muschenbroek, L. A. M. Med. & Phil. D. Phil. & Mathes. Profess. in Acad. Ultraj. Anno 1729
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 357-384 (1731)

Ephemerides Meteorologicae, Barometricae, Thermometricae, Epidemicae, Magneticae, Ultrajectinae, Conscripta Petro Van Muschenbroek, L. A. M. Med. & Phil. D. Phil. & Mathes. Profess. in Acad. Ultraj. Anno 1729
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 357-384 (1731)

Epistola Continens Historiam Calculi in Vesica Sponte Fracti, et per Urethram Feliciter Excreti; ad Illustrem Generosissimumque Virum D. Fred. de Thom, Serenissimo Duci Brunsvicensiet Luneburgensi a Consiliis, Oratorem Ejus apud Potentissimum Magnae Britanni ae r egem, nec non R. S. S. a Laurentio Heistero, M. D. Prof. Botan. in Acad. Julia Helmstadii, et R. S. S. Conscripta
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 13-16 (1731)

Epistola Domini Huxham, M. D. ad Jacobum Jurin, M. D. R. S. & Coll. Med. Soc. de Morbo Colico Singulari
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 236-239 (1731)

Experiments to Prove the Existence of a Fluid in the Nerves. By Alexander Stuart, M. D. Med. Regin. R. S. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 327-331 (1731)

Experiments to Prove the Existence of a Fluid in the Nerves. By Alexander Stuart, M. D. Med. Regin. R. S. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 327-331 (1731)

Immersiones, Atque Emersiones Satellitum Jovis Observatoe Pekini a P. P. Ignatio Kegler, & Andrea Pereira, Soc. Jesu, a Mense Novem. 1730, ad Revd. P. Johannem Baptistam Carbone, Soc Jesu, R. S. S. Transmissoe; et ex Ejusdem Cl. Viri Epistola ad Jacobum de Castro Sarmento, M. D. Col. Medic. Lond. L. & R. S. S. Excerptae
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 316-320 (1731)

Observatio Eclipsis Solis Die 15 Julij 1730. Habita Pekini in Publico Ejus Regiae Observatorio a P P. Ignatio Kegler, & Andrea Pereyra Societatis Jesu, Communicata per Jacobum de Castro Sarmento, M. D. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 179-183 (1731)

Observatio Eclipsis Solis Die 15 Julij 1730. Habita Pekini in Publico Ejus Regiae Observatorio P P. Ignatio Kegler, & Andrea Pereyra Societatis Jesu, Communicata per Jacobum de Castro Sarmento, M. D. Coll. Med. Lond. Lic. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 179-183 (1731)

Observations of Latitude and Variation, Taken on Board the Hartford, in Her Passage from Java Head to St. Hellena, Anno Dom. 173 1/2 Communicated by Edmund Halley, LL. D. Regius Astronomer at Greenwich
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 331-336 (1731)

Observations of Latitude and Variation, Taken on Board the Hartford, in Her Passage from Java Head to St. Hellena, Anno Dom. 173 Formula Communicated by Edmund Halley, LL. D. Regius Astronomer at Greenwich
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 331-336 (1731)

Observations on the Weather, in a Voyage to Hudson's Bay in North-America, in the Year 1730, by Mr. Christopher Middleton. Communicated by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 76-78 (1731)

Some Corrections and Amendments by J. P. Breynius, M. D. F. R. S. concerning the Generation of the Insect Called by Him Coccus Radicum, in His Natural History Thereof, Printed in the Year 1731, an Account of Which is Given in These Philosophical Transactions, No 421, Translated from the Latin by Mr. Zollman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 37: 444-447 (1731)

Some Corrections and Amendments by J. P. Breynius, M. D. F. R. S. concerning the Generation of the Insect Called by Him Coccus Radicum, in His Natural History Thereof, Printed in the Year 1731, an Account of Which is Given in These Philosophical Transactions, No 421, Translated from the Latin by Mr. Zollman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 444-447 (1731)

Some Experiments concerning the Poisonous Quality of the Simple Water Distilled from the Lauro-Cerasus, or Common Laurel, Made upon Dogs, at Toppingo-Hall in Essex, August the 24th 1731. and Others Made before the Royal Society in Their Repository. By Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 163-173 (1731)

The Description of a New Instrument for Taking Angles. By John Hadley, Esq; Vice-Pr. R. S. Communicated to the Society on May 13. 1731
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 147-356 (1731)

The Description of a New Quadrant for Taking Altitudes without an Horizon, Either at Sea or Land. Invented by Mr. John Elton
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 273-279 (1731)

Three Cases Communicated by Claudius Amyand, Esq; F. R. S. Serjeant Surgeon to His Majesty. I. Concerning a Child Born with the Bowels Hanging out of the Belly. II. Of an Extraordinary Cause of a Suppression of Urine in a Woman. III. Of a Stricture in the Middle of the Stomach in a Girl, Dividing It into Two Bags
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 258-260 (1731)

Viri Celeberrimi Johannis Marchionis Poleni, R. S. S. ad Virum Doctissimum Jacobum Jurinum, M. D. R. S. S. Epistola, Qua Continetur Summarium Observationum Meteorologicarum per Sexennium Patavij Habitarum
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 37(417-426): 201-216 (1731)

A Catalogue of Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites for the Year 1734. By James Hodgson, F. R. S. Master of the Royal Mathematical School at Christ's Hospital, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 26-31 (1733)

A Catalogue of Eclipses, of Jupiter's Satellites, for the Year 1735 by James Hodgson, F. R. S. Master of the Royal Mathematical School at Christ's-Hospital, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 279-286 (1733)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal-Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1731; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. By Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 1-4 (1733)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal-Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1731; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. By Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 1-4 (1733)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants, from Chelsea Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1732; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 199-202 (1733)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants, from Chelsea Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1732; Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 199-202 (1733)

A Continuation of an Account of an Essay towards a Natural History of Carolina, and the Bahama Islands, by Mark Catesby, F. R. S. with Some Extracts out of the Sixth Set; by Dr. Mortimer, R. S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 315-318 (1733)

A Description of a Barometer, Wherein the Scale of Variation May Be Encreased at Pleasure. By the Reverend Mr. John Rowning, Fellow of Magdalen-College in Cambridge; Communicated by Dr. Smith F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 39-42 (1733)

A Description of a Barometer, Wherein the Scale of Variation May Be Encreased at Pleasure. By the Reverend Mr. John Rowning, Fellow of Magdalen-College in Cambridge; Communicated by Dr. Smith F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 39-42 (1733)

A Spirit Level to Be Fixed to a Quadrant for Taking a Meridional Altitude at Sea, When the Horizon is Not Visible. By John Hadley, Esq; V. Pr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 167-172 (1733)

A Spirit Level to Be Fixed to a Quadrant for Taking a Meridional Altitude at Sea, When the Horizon is Not Visible. By John Hadley, Esq; V. Pr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 167-172 (1733)

Aeris Terraeque Physica Historia, Anni Biss. 1732. a Nicolao Cyrillo in Universitate Neapolit. Primar. Med. Profess. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 184-190 (1733)

An Account of Mr. Thomas Godfrey's Improvement of Davis's Quadrant, Transferred to the Mariner's-Bow, Communicated to the Royal Society, by Mr. J. Logan
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 441-450 (1733)

An Account of Some Experiments upon the Phosphorus Urinae, Which May Serve as an Explanation to Those Shewn to the Royal Society by Dr. Frobenius, on November 18, 1731, Together with Several Observations Tending to Explain the Nature of That Wonderful Chemical Production, by Mr. Ambrose Godfrey Hanckewitz, Chemist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 58-70 (1733)

An Account of Some Experiments upon the Phosphorus Urinae, Which May Serve as an Explanation to Those Shewn to the Royal Society by Dr. Frobenius, on November 18, 1731, Together with Several Observations Tending to Explain the Nature of That Wonderful Chemical Production, by Mr. Ambrose Godfrey Hanckewitz, Chemist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 58-70 (1733)

An Account of Some Magnetical Observations Made in the Months of May, June and July, 1732, in the Atlantick or Western Ocean; As Also the Description of a Water-Spout, by Mr. Joseph Harris. Communicated by Mr. George Graham, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 75-79 (1733)

An Account of Some Magnetical Observations Made in the Months of May, June and July, 1732, in the Atlantick or Western Ocean; As Also the Description of a Water-Spout, by Mr. Joseph Harris. Communicated by Mr. George Graham, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 75-79 (1733)

An Account of Some Observations Made in London, by Mr. George Graham, F.R.S. and at Black-River in Jamaica, by Colin Campbell, Esq; F. R. S. concerning the Going of a Clock; In Order to Determine the Difference between the Lengths of Isochronal Pendulums in Those Places. Communicated by J. Bradley, M. A. Astr. Prof. Savill. Oxon. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 302-314 (1733)

An Account of Some Observations Made in London, by Mr. George Graham, F.R.S. and at Black-River in Jamaica, by Colin Campbell, Esq; F. R. S. concerning the Going of a Clock; In Order to Determine the Difference between the Lengths of Isochronal Pendulums in Those Places. Communicated by J. Bradley, M. A. Astr. Prof. Savill. Oxon. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 302-314 (1733)

An Account of Symptoms Arising from Eating the Seeds of Henbane, with Their Cure, &c. and Some Occasional Remarks, by Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. P. S. R
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 99-101 (1733)

An Account of Symptoms Arising from Eating the Seeds of Henbane, with Their Cure, &c. and Some Occasional Remarks, by Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. P. S. R
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 99-101 (1733)

An Account of a New Engine for Raising Water, in Which Horses or Other Animals Draw without Any Loss of Power (Which Has Never Yet Been Practised) and How the Strokes of the Pistons May Be Made of Any Length, to Prevent the Loss of Water, by the Too Frequent Opening of Valves, with Many Other Advantages Altogether New; the Model of Which Was Shewn to the Royal Society on the 28th of November, by Walter Churchman, the Inventor of It
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 402-404 (1733)

An Account of an Experiment Contrived by G. J. s'Gravesande, Prof. Math. at Leyden, F. R. S. Relating to the Force of Moving Bodies, Shewn to the Royal Society, by J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 143-144 (1733)

An Account of an Experiment Contrived by G. J. s'Gravesande, Prof. Math. at Leyden, F. R. S. Relating to the Force of Moving Bodies, Shewn to the Royal Society, by J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 143-144 (1733)

An Account of the Damp Air in a Coal-Pit of Sir James Lowther, Bart. Sunk within 20 Yards of the Sea; Communicated by Him to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 109-113 (1733)

An Account of the Experiments Shewn by Sigismund August Frobenius, M. D. F. R. S. at a Meeting of the Royal Society on November 18, 1731, with His Spiritus Vini Aethereus, and the Phosphorus Urinae, from the Minutes of That Day, by Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 55-58 (1733)

An Account of the Experiments Shewn by Sigismund August Frobenius, M. D. F. R. S. at a Meeting of the Royal Society on November 18, 1731, with His Spiritus Vini Aethereus, and the Phosphorus Urinae, from the Minutes of That Day, by Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 55-58 (1733)

An Eclipse of the Moon Observed in Fleet-Street, London, Nov. 20, 1732, at Night, by Mr. Geo. Graham, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 88-88 (1733)

An Observation of the Eclipse of the Sun on May 2, 1733, in the Afternoon. By Mr. George Graham, F. R. S. in Fleet-Street, London. Made with a Telescope of Ten Feet in Length, Fitted with a Micrometer
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 113-113 (1733)

Aris Terraeque Physica Historia, Anni Biss. 1732. Nicolao Cyrillo in Universitate Neapolit. Primar. Med. Profess. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 184-190 (1733)

Clausula Excerpta, ex Historia Variolarum quae per Incisionem Excitantur, ab E. Timoni, M D. Scripta, R. S. Communicavit Sam. Horseman, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 296-297 (1733)

Clausula Excerpta, ex Histori Variolarum quae per Incisionem Excitantur, ab E. Timoni, M D. Script, R. S. Communicavit Sam. Horseman, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 296-297 (1733)

Conjectures on the Charming or Fascinating Power Attributed to the Rattle-Snake: Grounded on Credible Accounts, Experiments and Observations. By Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. President of the Royal Society, and College of Physicians, etc
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 321-331 (1733)

Conjectures on the Charming or Fascinating Power Attributed to the Rattle-Snake: Grounded on Credible Accounts, Experiments and Observations. By Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. President of the Royal Society, and College of Physicians, etc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 321-331 (1733)

De Ambra Grysea. Auctore Casparo Neumanno, M. D. Chemioe Profess. Berolin. et R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 344-370 (1733)

De Ambra Grysea. Auctore Casparo Neumanno, M. D. Chemioe Profess. Berolin. et R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 344-370 (1733)

De Camphora Thymi. Auctore Casparo Neumanno, M. D. Chemiae Profess. Berolin. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 202-231 (1733)

De Camphora Thymi. Auctore Casparo Neumanno, M. D. Chemiae Profess. Berolin. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 202-231 (1733)

De Sciuro Volante, Sive Mure Pontico, Aut Scythico Gesneri, & Vespertilione Admirabili Bontij Dissertatio, per Dn. Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. a Jacobo Theodoro Klein, Reip. Gedanens. a Secret. R. S. S. Communicata. Vide Fig. 1, 2, 3
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 32-38 (1733)

De Sciuro Volante, Sive Mure Pontico, Aut Scythico Gesneri, & Vespertilione Admirabili Bontij Dissertatio, per Dn. Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. Jacobo Theodoro Klein, Reip. Gedanens. Secret. R. S. S. Communicata. Vide Fig. 1, 2, 3
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 32-38 (1733)

Experiments and Observations on Bulbous Roots, Plants, and Seeds Growing in Water, by Mr. William Curteis
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 267-278 (1733)

Explanation of an Essay on the Use of the Bile in the Animal Oeconomy, by Alexander Stuart, M. D. Physician in Ordinary to Her Majesty, F. R. S. and of the College of Physicians. Vide No. 414
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 5-25 (1733)

Hermanni Boerhaave, A. L. M. Philosoph. & Med. Doct. Medicinae in Universitate Leidensi Prof. Colleg. Chirurgic. Proes. R. S. Lond. Necnon Reg. Scientiar. Acad. Parisiens. Soc. de Mercurio Experimenta
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 145-167 (1733)

Historia Terraemotus Apuliam & Totum Fere Neapolitanum Regnum, Anno 1731, Vexantis. A Nicolao Cyrillo, in Regia Universitate Neapolitana, Pr. Med. Prof. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 79-84 (1733)

Historia Terraemotus Apuliam & Totum Fer Neapolitanum Regnum, Anno 1731, Vexantis. A Nicolao Cyrillo, in Regia Universitate Neapolitan, Pr. Med. Prof. & R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 79-84 (1733)

Narratio de Erucarum & Locustarum, Quae Agros Vitembergae Vicinos Aliquot Abhinc Annis Vastarunt, Interitu, Auctore Joh. Frid. Weidlero, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 294-296 (1733)

Narratio de Erucarum & Locustarum, Quae Agros Vitembergae Vicinos Aliquot Abhinc Annis Vastarunt, Interitu, Auctore Joh. Frid. Weidlero, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 294-296 (1733)

Nonnullae Jovis Satellitum Eclipses Bononiae, Observatae ab Eustachio Manfredi
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 117-118 (1733)

Observatio Ecclipsews Lunaris Romae Habita Die 1 Decembris, 1732, in Aedibus Emiminentiss. de V I A, a D. Didaco Revillas Abbate Hieronymiano, Abbate Joanne Botrario, & Eustachio Manfredio
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 85-88 (1733)

Observatio Ecclipsews Lunaris Romae Habita Die 1 Decembris, 1732, in Aedibus Emiminentiss. de V I A, D. Didaco Revillas Abbate Hieronymiano, Abbate Joanne Botrario, & Eustachio Manfredio
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 85-88 (1733)

Observatio Eclipsis Solis Totalis Cum Mora Facta Gothoburgi Sveciae, Sub Elev. Poli 57 degrees 40Formula 54Formula d. 2 Maij, Stylo Jul. An. 1733, a Dom. Birgero Vassenio, Lectore Mathem. in Gymnatio Regio Gothoburg
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 134-135 (1733)

Observatio Eclipsis Solis Totalis Cum Mora Facta Gothoburgi Sveciae, Sub Elev. Poli 57 degrees 40 54 d. 2 Maij, Stylo Jul. An. 1733, Dom. Birgero Vassenio, Lectore Mathem. in Gymnatio Regio Gothoburg
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 134-135 (1733)

Observations of the Appearances among the Fix'd Stars, Called Nebulous Stars. By W. Derham, D. D. Canon of Windsor, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 70-74 (1733)

Observations of the Appearances among the Fix'd Stars, Called Nebulous Stars. By W. Derham, D. D. Canon of Windsor, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 70-74 (1733)

Effects of Ketamine Compared with Urethane Anesthesia on Vestibular Sensory Evoked Potentials and Systemic Physiology in Mice
, Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science 2018: (2018)

The Anatomy of a Female Beaver, and an Account of Castor Found in Her. By C. Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 172-183 (1733)

The Anatomy of a Female Beaver, and an Account of Castor Found in Her. By C. Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 172-183 (1733)

The Bills of Mortality for the Imperial City of Augsburg, from the Year 1501 to 1720 Inclusive, Containing the Number of Births, Marriages, and Burials. Communicated by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 94-97 (1733)

The Bills of Mortality for the Town of Dresden, for a Whole Century, Viz. from the Year 1617 to 1717, Containing the Numbers of Marriages, Births, Burials, and Communicants. Communicated by Sir Conrad Sprengell, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 89-93 (1733)

The Bills of Mortality for the Town of Dresden, for a Whole Century, Viz. from the Year 1617 to 1717, Containing the Numbers of Marriages, Births, Burials, and Communicants. Communicated by Sir Conrad Sprengell, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 89-93 (1733)

The Case of a Man Who Was Poison'd by Eating Monks-Hood or Napellus, Communicated to the Royal Society by Mr. Vincent Bacon, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 287-291 (1733)

The Case of a Man Who Was Poison'd by Eating Monks-Hood or Napellus, Communicated to the Royal Society by Mr. Vincent Bacon, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 287-291 (1733)

The Description and Use of an Instrument for Taking the Latitude of a Place at Any Time of the Day; By Mr. Richard Graham, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 450-457 (1733)

The Description and Use of an Instrument for Taking the Latitude of a Place at Any Time of the Day; By Mr. Richard Graham, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 450-457 (1733)

The Settling of a New Genus of Plants, Called after the Malayans, Mangostans; By Laurentius Garcin, M. D. and F. R. S. Translated from the French by Mr. Zollman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 38: 232-242 (1733)

The Settling of a New Genus of Plants, Called after the Malayans, Mangostans; By Laurentius Garcin, M. D. and F. R. S. Translated from the French by Mr. Zollman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 38(427-435): 232-242 (1733)

A Calculation of the Velocity of the Air Moved by the New-Invented Centrifugal Bellows of 7 Feet in Diameter, and 1 Foot Thick within, Which a Man Can Keep in Motion with Very Little Labour, at the Rate of Two Revolutions in One Second. By J. T. Desaguliers, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 44-47 (1735)

A Calculation of the Velocity of the Air Moved by the New-Invented Centrifugal Bellows of 7 Feet in Diameter, and 1 Foot Thick within, Which a Man Can Keep in Motion with Very Little Labour, at the Rate of Two Revolutions in One Second. By J. T. Desaguliers, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 44-47 (1735)

A Catalogue of the Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites, for the Year 1736. Computed to the Meridian of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, by James Hodgson, F. R. S. Master of the Royal Mathematical School in Christ's. Hospital, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 5-12 (1735)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1734, Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. By Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S. Hort. Chel. Praes. ac Praelec. Botan
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 173-176 (1735)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants, from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1733. Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. Praes. Col. Reg. Med. & Soc. Reg. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary. F. R. S. Hort. Chel. Praes. ac Praelec. Botan
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 1-4 (1735)

A Catoptric Microscope. By Robert Barker, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 259-261 (1735)

A Catoptric Microscope. By Robert Barker, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 259-261 (1735)

A Chemical Experiment by Mr. John Maud, Serving to Illustrate the Phoenomenon of the Inflammable Air Shewn to the Royal Society by Sir James Lowther, Bart as Described in Philosoph. Transact. Numb. 429
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 282-285 (1735)

A Continuation of an Account of an Essay Towards a Natural History of Carolina and the Bahama Islands, by Mark Catesby, F. R. S. with Some Extracts out of the Seventh Set. By Dr. Mortimer, R. S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 112-117 (1735)

A Continuation of an Account of an Essay Towards a Natural History of Carolina and the Bahama Islands, by Mark Catesby, F. R. S. with Some Extracts out of the Seventh Set. By Dr. Mortimer, R. S. Secret
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 112-117 (1735)

A Continuation of an Account of an Essay Towards a Natural History of Carolina and the Bahama Islands. By Mark Catesby, F. R. S. with Some Extracts out of the Eighth Set. By Dr. Mortimer, Secr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 251-258 (1735)

A Continuation of an Account of an Essay Towards a Natural History of Carolina and the Bahama Islands. By Mark Catesby, F. R. S. with Some Extracts out of the Eighth Set. By Dr. Mortimer, Secr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 251-258 (1735)

A Copy of an Ancient Chirograph, or Conveyance of Part of a Sepulchre, cut in Marble, Lately Brought from Rome, and Now in the Possession of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. R. S. Pr. with Some Observations upon It by Roger Gale, Esq; V. P. R. & Tr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 211-219 (1735)

A Copy of an Ancient Chirograph, or Conveyance of Part of a Sepulchre, cut in Marble, Lately Brought from Rome, and Now in the Possession of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. R. S. Pr. with Some Observations upon It by Roger Gale, Esq; V. P. R. & Tr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 211-219 (1735)

A Further Account of the Bones of Animals Being Made Red by Aliment Only. By John Belchier, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 299-300 (1735)

A Further Account of the Bones of Animals Being Made Red by Aliment Only. By John Belchier, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 299-300 (1735)

A Further Account of the Extraordinary Effects of the Same Lightning at Wakefield. By Dr. Cookson. Communicated by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 75-78 (1735)

A Narration of the Experiments Made June 1, 1734. Before Several Members of the Royal Society, and Others, on a Man, Who Suffer'd Himself to be Bit by a Viper, or Common Adder; And on Other Animals Likewise Bitten by the Same, and Other Vipers. Drawn up by Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. Secr. R. S. with Some Remarks on the Cure of the Bite of a Mad Dog
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 313-360 (1735)

A Proposition Relating to the Combination of Transparent Lens's with Reflecting Planes. By J. Hadley, Esq; V. Pr. R. S. Communicated to the Royal Society, January 9, 1734
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 185-189 (1735)

Affectus Cutaneus Singularis, ab Abrahamo Vatero, Anatomes & Botanices in Academia Wittembergensi Professore Publico, R. S. S. Regali Societati Communicatus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 199-201 (1735)

An Account of Some Electrical Experiments Intended to be Communicated to the Royal Society by Mr. Stephen Gray, F. R. S. Taken from His Mouth by Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secr. on Feb. 14, 1735-6. Being the Day before He Died
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 400-403 (1735)

An Account of Some Observations of the Eclipses of the First Satellite of Jupiter, Compared with the Tables, by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 15-16 (1735)

An Account of a Large Bony Substance Found in the Womb, Which Was Shewn to the Royal Society, May the 17th, 1733, by Edward Hody, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 189-191 (1735)

An Account of a Large Bony Substance Found in the Womb, Which Was Shewn to the Royal Society, May the 17th, 1733, by Edward Hody, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 189-191 (1735)

An Account of a Shock of an Earth-Quake Felt in Sussex on the 25th of October, Anno 1734. Communicated to the Royal Society by His Grace C h a r l e s Duke of Richmond and Lenox, &c. F. R. S. And of Another in Northamptonshire, in October, Anno 1731, by the Revd. Mr. Wasse
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 361-367 (1735)

An Account of an Extraordinary Effect of Lightning in Communicating Magnetism. Communicated by Pierce Dod, M. D. F. R. S. from Dr. Cookson of Wakefield in Yorkshire
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 74-75 (1735)

An Account of an Instrument or Machine for Changing the Air of the Room of Sick People in a Little Time, by Either Drawing out the Foul Air, or Forcing in Fresh Air; or Doing Both Successively, without Opening Doors or Windows
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 41-43 (1735)

An Account of the Births and Burials with the Number of the Inhabitants at Stoke-Damerell in the County of Devon. Communicated by the Reverend Mr. Barrow
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 171-172 (1735)

An Account of the Bones of Animals Being Changed to a Red Colour by Aliment Only. By John Belchier, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 287-288 (1735)

An Account of the Bones of Animals Being Changed to a Red Colour by Aliment Only. By John Belchier, Surgeon, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 287-288 (1735)

An Account of the Standard Measures Preserved in the Capitol at Rome. By Martin Folkes, Esq; V. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 262-266 (1735)

An Account of the Standard Measures Preserved in the Capitol at Rome. By Martin Folkes, Esq; V. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 262-266 (1735)

An Attempt to Explain the Phaenomenon of the Horizontal Moon Appearing Bigger, Than When Elevated Many Degrees ab ve the Horizon: Supported by an Experiment. By the Rev. J. T. Desaguiliers, LL. D. F. R. S. Communicated Jan. 30, 1734-5
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 390-392 (1735)

An Experiment to Shew That Some Damps in Mines may be Occasioned Only by the Burning of Candles under Ground, without the Addition of any Noxious Vapour, Even When the Bottom of the Pit Has a Communication with the Outward Air, Unless the Outward Air be Forcibly Driven in at the Said Communication or Pipe. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LLD. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 281-282 (1735)

An Experiment to Shew That Some Damps in Mines may be Occasioned Only by the Burning of Candles under Ground, without the Addition of any Noxious Vapour, Even When the Bottom of the Pit Has a Communication with the Outward Air, Unless the Outward Air be Forcibly Driven in at the Said Communication or Pipe. By the Reverend J. T. Desaguliers, LLD. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 281-282 (1735)

An Explication of the Experiment Made in May 1735, as a Farther Confirmation of What Was Said in a Paper Given in January 30, 1734-5. to Account for the Appearance of the Horizontal Moon Seeming Larger Than When Higher. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 392-394 (1735)

An Observation of a White Liquor Resembling Milk, Which Appeared Instead of Serum Separated from the Blood after It Had Stood Some Time. By Alexander Stuart, M. D. Physician in Ordinary to Her Majesty, F. R. S. and of the College of Physicians, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 289-290 (1735)

Concerning the Cause of the General Trade-Winds: By Geo. Hadley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 58-62 (1735)

Concerning the Cause of the General Trade-Winds: By Geo. Hadley, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 58-62 (1735)

Eclipsis Lunae Partialis Die Secundo Octobris, Styl. nov. Anno MDCCXXXV. Vitimbergae Saxonum Observata a Jo. Frider. Weidlero, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 359-359 (1735)

Experimenta de Perforatione Thoracis, Ejusque in Respiratione Effectibus, facta per Guilielmum Houstonum, M. D. & quondam R. S. S. cum Lugduni Batavorum Commoraretur. Ann. 1728 & 1729. Regali Societati Communicata per Philippum Millerum, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 230-237 (1735)

Experimenta de Perforatione Thoracis, Ejusque in Respiratione Effectibus, facta per Guilielmum Houstonum, M. D. & quondam R. S. S. cum Lugduni Batavorum Commoraretur. Ann. 1728 & 1729. Regali Societati Communicata per Philippum Millerum, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 230-237 (1735)

Experiments concerning the Vibrations of Pendulums. By the Late W. Derham, D. D. F. R. S. and Canon of Windsor
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 201-203 (1735)

Filtri Lapidis Mexicani Examinatio et Compa-Ratio cum Aliis Lapidibus Facta, qua Demonstratur, Nullum vel Exiguum ejus Usum Esse in Depuranda Aqua per Illum Colata. Auctore Abrahamo Vatero M. D. et P. P. Societ. Imper. Nat.-Cur. et Reg. Britann. et Boruss. Socio
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 106-111 (1735)

Filtri Lapidis Mexicani Examinatio et Compa-Ratio cum Aliis Lapidibus Facta, qua Demonstratur, Nullum vel Exiguum ejus Usum Esse in Depuranda Aqua per Illum Colata. Auctore Abrahamo Vatero M. D. et P. P. Societ. Imper. Nat.-Cur. et Reg. Britann. et Boruss. Socio
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 106-111 (1735)

Halo Observatus Romae Anno M DCC XXXII. Die XI. Augusti a D. Did. de Revillas, Regali Societati Communicavit Tho. Dereham Bart
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 118-118 (1735)

Hermanni Boerhaave, A. L. M. Philosoph. & Med. Doct. Medicinae in Universitate Leidensi Profess Colleg. Chirurgic. Proes. Reg. Soc. Lond. necnon Reg. Scient. Acad. Parisiens. Soc. de Mercurio Experimenta
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 368-376 (1735)

Hermanni Boerhaave, A. L. M. Philosoph. & Med. Doct. Medicinae in Universitate Leidensi Profess. Colleg. Chirurgic. Praes. Reg. Soc. Lond. necnon Reg. Scient. Acad. Parisiens, Soc. de Mercurio Experimenta
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 343-359 (1735)

Observatio Eclipseos Telluris Romae Habita in Aedibus Eminentissimi Cardinalis De-Via v. Non. i. e. d. 3 Maij, N. S. Apr. 22. V. S. MDCCXXXIV. per Didacum de Revillas, Abbat. Hieronym. R. S. S. & Andream Celsium, R. S. S. Astrom Profess. Upsal. R. S. Suec. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 294-296 (1735)

Observatio Eclipseos Telluris Romae Habita in Aedibus Eminentissimi Cardinalis De-Via v. Non. i. e. d. 3 Maij, N. S. Apr. 22. V. S. MDCCXXXIV. per Didacum de Revillas, Abbat. Hieronym. R. S. S. & Andream Celsium, R. S. S. Astrom Profess. Upsal. R. S. Suec. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 294-296 (1735)

Observationes Nonnullae Notatu Non Indignae; Anno 1734. Ab Johanne Frid Weidler, R. S. S. &c. Vitembergae Factae
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 266-269 (1735)

Observations Made of the Latitude, Variation of the Magnetic Needle, and Weather, by Capt. Christopher Middleton, in a Voyage from London to Hudson's-Bay, Anno 1735
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 270-280 (1735)

Observations of the Aurora Borealis Made in England by Andr. Celsius, F. R. S. and Secr. R. S. of Upsal in Sweden
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 241-244 (1735)

Effects of ketamine constant rate infusions on cardiac biomarkers and cardiac function in dogs
, Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia 45(3): 250-259 (2018)

Effects of Ketamine on Basal Gamma Band Oscillation and Sensory Gating in Prefrontal Cortex of Awake Rats
, Neuroscience Bulletin 34(3): 457-464 (2018)

Remarks upon an Antient Date, Found at Widgel-Hall Near Buntingford in Hertfordshire, on an Oaken Plank; Now Preserved in the Museum of the Royal Society, London. By John Ward, Rhet. Pr. Gresh. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 120-131 (1735)

Remarks upon an Antient Date, Found at Widgel-Hall Near Buntingford in Hertfordshire, on an Oaken Plank; Now Preserved in the Museum of the Royal Society, London. By John Ward, Rhet. Pr. Gresh. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 120-131 (1735)

Remarks upon an Antient Date, Over a Gate-Way, Near the Cathedral, at Worcester. By John Ward, Rhet. Prof. Gresh. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 136-142 (1735)

Remarks upon an Antient Date, Over a Gate-Way, Near the Cathedral, at Worcester. By John Ward, Rhet. Prof. Gresh. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 136-142 (1735)

Some Considerations on the Antiquity and Use of the Indian Characters or Figures. By Mr. John Cope
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 131-135 (1735)

The Apparent Times of Such of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's Satellites, as are Visible at London in the Year 1737. By James Hodgson, F. R S (See T A B. I)
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 184-184 (1735)

The Apparent Times of Such of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's Satellites, as are Visible at London, in the Year 1736. Together with Their Configurations at Those Times Represented in a Plate (vide TAB.) by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 13-14 (1735)

The Apparent Times of Such of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's Satellites, as are Visible at London, in the Year 1738. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 309-311 (1735)

The Apparent Times of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's Satellites, Which Will Happen in the Year 1737. Computed to the Meridian of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, by James Hodgson, F. R. S. and Master of the Royal Mathematical School in Christ-Hospital, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 177-183 (1735)

The Case of a Cataleptick Woman: Communicated to the Royal Society by Richard Reynell, Apothecary, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 49-53 (1735)

The Construction and Use of Spherical Maps, or Such as are Delineated upon Portions of a Spherical Surface. By Mr. John Colson, M. A. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 39: 204-210 (1735)

The Construction and Use of Spherical Maps, or Such as are Delineated upon Portions of a Spherical Surface. By Mr. John Colson, M. A. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 204-210 (1735)

The Description and Manner of Using an Instrument for Measuring the Degrees of the Expansion of Metals by Heat. By Mr. John Ellicott
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 297-299 (1735)

The Immersions and Emersions of the Four Satellites of Jupiter, for the Year 1738. Computed to the Meridian of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, by James Hodgson, F. R. S. and Master of the Royal Mathematical School at Chrift's Hospital, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 39(436-444): 301-308 (1735)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1736. Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. & Soc. Reg. Praes. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S. Hort. Chel. Praef. ac Praelec Botan
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 143-146 (1737)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants, from Chelsea-Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apocaries, for the Year 1735. Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. & Soc. Reg. Praes. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S. Hort. Chel. Praes. ac Praelec. Botan
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 1-4 (1737)

A Collection of Observations Communicated to the Royal Society, Relating to the Comet That Appear'd in the Months of January, February, and March 1736-7
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 111-123 (1737)

A Collection of the Observations of the Lunar Eclipse, Sept. 8, 1736. Which Were Sent to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 92-98 (1737)

A Collection of the Observations of the Solar Eclipse, Feb. 18. 1736-7. Sent to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 175-201 (1737)

A Continuation of an Account of An Essay towards a Natural History of Carolina, and the Bahama Islands; By Mark Catesby, F. R. S. with Some Extracts out of the Ninth Set, by Dr. Mortimer, Secr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 343-350 (1737)

A Continuation of an Account of An Essay towards a Natural History of Carolina, and the Bahama Islands; By Mark Catesby, F. R. S. with Some Extracts out of the Ninth Set, by Dr. Mortimer, Secr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 343-350 (1737)

A Contrivance to Make the Poles of the Diurnal Motion in a Celestial Globe Pass Round the Poles of the Ecliptic. Invented by John Senex, F. R. S. Read at a Meeting of the Royal Society, May 4. 1738
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 203-204 (1737)

A Description of a New Invention of Bellows, Called Water-Bellows, by Martin Triewald, F. R. S. Captain of Mechanics, and Military Architect to His Swedish Majesty; Communicated to the Royal Society by Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pres. R. S. &c. See the Fig. in Tab. Prefixed
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 231-238 (1737)

A Description of a Water-Level to be Fix'd to Davis's Quadrant, Whereby an Observation May Be Taken at Sea, in Thick and Hazy Weather, without Seeing the Horizon; By Charles Leigh, Gent
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 413-417 (1737)

A Description of the Same Narhual, Communicated by John Henry Hampe, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 149-150 (1737)

A Description of the Same Narhual, Communicated by John Henry Hampe, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 149-150 (1737)

Effects of ketamine on vocal impairment, gait changes, and anhedonia induced by bilateral 6-OHDA infusion into the substantia nigra pars compacta in rats: Therapeutic implications for Parkinson's disease
, Behavioural Brain Research 342: 1-10 (2018)

Effects of Ketoconazole and Rifampicin on the Pharmacokinetics of Nintedanib in Healthy Subjects
, European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics 43(5): 533-541 (2018)

Effects of ketotifen on fractional exhaled nitric oxide in patients with combined allergic rhinitis and asthma syndrome
, Lin Chuang Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 31(21): 1681-1683 (2017)

Effects of Kidney Transplantation on Labor Market Outcomes in Sweden
, Transplantation 102(8): 1375-1381 (2018)

Effects of Kimchi on human health: A protocol of systematic review of controlled clinical trials
, Medicine 97(13): E0163 (2018)

An Account by Mr. John Eames, F. R. S. of a Book Entituled, a Mathematical Treatise, Containing a System of Conic-Sections, with the Doctrine of Fluxions and Fluents, Applied to Various Subjects. By John Muller
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 87-89 (1737)

An Account of Some Magnetical Experiments Made before the Royal Society, on Thursday the 24th Day of June 1736. by the Revd. J. T. Desaguliers, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 385-387 (1737)

An Account of Some Magnetical Experiments Made before the Royal Society, on Thursday the 24th Day of June 1736. by the Revd. J. T. Desaguliers, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 385-387 (1737)

An Account of Some New Statical Experiments, by J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 62-68 (1737)

An Account of Some New Statical Experiments, by J. T. Desaguliers, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 62-68 (1737)

An Account of Some Oil of Sassafras Crystallized, by Mr. John Maud, Chemist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 378-379 (1737)

An Account of Some Oil of Sassafras Crystallized, by Mr. John Maud, Chemist, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 378-379 (1737)

An Account of a Book Presented to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 398-400 (1737)

An Account of the Case Above-Mentioned, Translated from the French by Mr. Zollman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 371-374 (1737)

An Account of the Case Above-Mentioned, Translated from the French by Mr. Zollman, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 371-374 (1737)

An Account of the Man Whose Arm with the Shoulder-Blade Was Torn off by a Mill, the 15th of August 1737. by Mr. John Belchier, F. R. S. Surgeon to Guy's Hospital
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 313-316 (1737)

An Account of the Peruvian or Jesuits Bark, by Mr. John Gray, F. R. S. Now at Cartagena in the Spanish West-Indies; Extracted from Some Papers Given Him by Mr. William Arrot, a Scotch Surgeon, Who Had Gather'd It at the Place Where It Grows in Peru. Communicated by Phil. Miller, F. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 81-86 (1737)

An Account of the Peruvian or Jesuits Bark, by Mr. John Gray, F. R. S. Now at Cartagena in the Spanish West-Indies; Extracted from Some Papers Given Him by Mr. William Arrot, a Scotch Surgeon, Who Had Gather'd It at the Place Where It Grows in Peru. Communicated by Phil. Miller, F. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 81-86 (1737)

An Account of the Wound, Which the Late Lord Carpenter Received at Brihuega; Whereby a Bullet Remained Near His Gullet for a Year Wanting a Few Days; Communicated to the Royal Society by His Son the Right Honourable George Lord Carpenter, F. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 316-317 (1737)

An Account of the Wound, Which the Late Lord Carpenter Received at Brihuega; Whereby a Bullet Remained Near His Gullet for a Year Wanting a Few Days; Communicated to the Royal Society by His Son the Right Honourable George Lord Carpenter, F. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 316-317 (1737)

An Answer to That Part of Mr. W. Kersseboom's Essay, Which Treats of the Number of the Inhabitants of London; By Wm. Maitland, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 407-412 (1737)

An Answer to That Part of Mr. W. Kersseboom's Essay, Which Treats of the Number of the Inhabitants of London; By Wm. Maitland, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 407-412 (1737)

An Explanation of the Runic Characters of Helsingland, by Mr. Andrew Celsius, R. S. Suec. Secr. F. R. S. and Professor of Astronomy at Upsal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 7-13 (1737)

An Extract from the Journal Books of the Royal Society, concerning Magnets Having More Poles Than Two; by John Eames, F. R. S. with Some Observations by Dr. Desaguliers on the Same Subject
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 383-384 (1737)

Effects of Kinect Adventures Games Versus Conventional Physical Therapy on Postural Control in Elderly People: A Randomized Controlled Trial
, Games for Health Journal 7(1): 24-36 (2018)

Effects of Kinect-based virtual reality game training on upper extremity motor recovery in chronic stroke
, Somatosensory and Motor Research 35(1): 25-32 (2018)

An Observation of Three Mock-Suns Seen in London, Friday, Sept. 17, 1736. by Martin Folkes, Esq; V. Pr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 59-61 (1737)

An Observation of Three Mock-Suns Seen in London, Friday, Sept. 17, 1736. by Martin Folkes, Esq; V. Pr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 59-61 (1737)

An Observation of Two Parhelia, or Mock-Suns, Seen at Wittemberg in Saxony, on Dec. 31, 1735. O. S. Jan. 11, 1736. N. S. by John-Frid. Weidler, F. R. S. &c. Translated from the Latin by T. S. M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 54-58 (1737 )

An Observation of Two Parhelia, or Mock-Suns, Seen at Wittemberg in Saxony, on Dec. 31, 1735. O. S. Jan. 11, 1736. N. S. by John-Frid. Weidler, F. R. S. &c. Translated from the Latin by T. S. M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 54-58 (1737)

An Observation of the Magnetic Needle Being So Affected by Great Cold, That It Would Not Traverse; By Capt. Christopher Middleton, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 310-311 (1737)

An Observation of the Magnetic Needle Being So Affected by Great Cold, That It Would Not Traverse; By Capt. Christopher Middleton, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 310-311 (1737)

Another Case of a Person Bit by a Mad-Dog, Drawn up by David Hartley, M. A. and Mr. Fr. Sandys, Communicated to the Royal Society by Francis Wollaston, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 274-276 (1737)

Another Case of a Person Bit by a Mad-Dog, Drawn up by David Hartley, M. A. and Mr. Fr. Sandys, Communicated to the Royal Society by Francis Wollaston, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 274-276 (1737)

De Ruptura Intestini Ilei ex Contusione Externa Sine Vulnere Externe Inflicto ex Litteris a Christiano Wolfio, Prof. Mathem. Marpurg. Reg. Soc. Lond. & Acad. Reg. Scient. Paris. Socio ad Gulielmum Rutty, M. D. Soc. Reg. Lond. Olim Secret. Conscriptis Excerpta Observatio. Mart. 3, 1731
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 61-62 (1737)

De Ruptura Intestini Ilei ex Contusione Externa Sine Vulnere Extern Inflicto ex Litteris Christiano Wolfio, Prof. Mathem. Marpurg. Reg. Soc. Lond. & Acad. Reg. Scient. Paris. Socio ad Gulielmum Rutty, M. D. Soc. Reg. Lond. Olim Secret. Conscriptis Excerpta Observatio. Mart. 3, 1731
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 61-62 (1737)

Eclipsis Solaris Observata Londini, Sept. 23. 1736. a J. Bevis, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 98-99 (1737)

Eclipsis Solaris Observata Londini, Sept. 23. 1736. J. Bevis, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 98-99 (1737)

Insectum Aquaticum, Antea Non Descriptum, Cujus Iconem & Descriptionem ad Illustr. Dm Hans Sloane, R. S. Praes. Misit Dom. Jacobus Theodor. Klein, Reipubl. Gedan. a Secret. & R. S. Lond. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 150-152 (1737)

Insectum Aquaticum, Antea Non Descriptum, Cujus Iconem & Descriptionem ad Illustr. Dm Hans Sloane, R. S. Praes. Misit Dom. Jacobus Theodor. Klein, Reipubl. Gedan. Secret. & R. S. Lond. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 150-152 (1737)

Investigationes Aliquot, ex Quibus Probetur Terrae Figu am Secundum Leges Attractionis in Ratione Inversa Quadrati Distantiarum Maxime ad Ellipsin Accedere Debere, per Dn. Alexin Clairaut, Reg. Societ. Lond. & Reg. Scient. Acad. Paris. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 19-25 (1737)

Investigationes Aliquot, ex Quibus Probetur Terrae Figu am Secundum Leges Attractionis in Ratione Invers Quadrati Distantiarum Maxim ad Ellipsin Accedere Debere, per Dn. Alexin Clairaut, Reg. Societ. Lond. & Reg. Scient. Acad. Paris. Soc
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 19-25 (1737)

Matthiae Belii Pannonii, Reg. Soc. Lond. S. & Reg. Soc. Scient. Berolin, Collegae, &c. Observatio Historico-Physica, de Aquis Neosoliensium Aeratis, Vulgo. Cement-Waszser Dictis, Ferrum Aere Permutantibus, in Epistola ad Illust. Dn. Hans Sloane, Bart. R.S. Pr. Scripta Communicata
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 351-361 (1737)

Matthiae Belii Pannonii, Reg. Soc. Lond. S. & Reg. Soc. Scient. Berolin, Collegae, &c. Observatio Historico-Physica, de Aquis Neosoliensium Aeratis, Vulgo. Cement-Waszser Dictis, Ferrum Aere Permutantibus, in Epistol ad Illust. Dn. Hans Sloane, Bart. R.S. Pr. Scripta Communicata
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 351-361 (1737)

Mercurius a Venere Occultatus Maii 17. 1737. in Observatorio Regio Grenovici, ab J. Bevis, M. D. Observatus
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 394-395 (1737)

Mercurius a Venere Occultatus Maii 17. 1737. in Observatorio Regio Grenovici, ab J. Bevis, M. D. Observatus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 394-395 (1737)

New Experiments upon Ice; Taken from Abbe Nolet, F. R. S. at Paris, and Communicated by J. T. Desaguliers, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 307-310 (1737)

New Experiments upon Ice; Taken from Abb Nolet, F. R. S. at Paris, and Communicated by J. T. Desaguliers, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 307-310 (1737)

Observation of the Moon's Transit by Aldebaran, April 3, 1736. Made at London by John Bevis, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 90-91 (1737)

Observation of the Moon's Transit by Aldebaran, April 3, 1736. Made at London by John Bevis, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 90-91 (1737)

Observations of the Occultation of Mars by the Moon, Oct. 7. 1736. Communicated to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 100-101 (1737)

Observations of the Transit of Mercury Over the Sun, Oct. 31. 1736. Communicated to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 102-110 (1737)

Of a Bubonocele or Rupture in the Groin, and the Operation Made upon It; By Claud. Amyand, Esq; Serjeant Surgeon to His Majesty, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 361-367 (1737)

Of a Bubonocele or Rupture in the Groin, and the Operation Made upon It; By Claud. Amyand, Esq; Serjeant Surgeon to His Majesty, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 361-367 (1737)

Of an Obstruction of the Biliary Ducts, and an Impostumation of the Gall-Bladder, Discharging Upwards of 18 Quarts of Bilious Matter in 25 Days, without Any Apparent Defect in the Animal Functions. By Claudius Amyand, Esq; Serjeant Surgeon to His Majesty, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 317-325 (1737)

Of an Obstruction of the Biliary Ducts, and an Impostumation of the Gall-Bladder, Discharging Upwards of 18 Quarts of Bilious Matter in 25 Days, without Any Apparent Defect in the Animal Functions. By Claudius Amyand, Esq; Serjeant Surgeon to His Majesty, and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 317-325 (1737)

Relatio de Caverna Vaporifera Sulphurea in Lapicidina Pyrmontana, Quae Similis Est Foveae Neapolitanae Grotta Del Cane Dictae, a Dno Misson, & Aliis Descriptae, Regali Societati Communicata a Johanne Philippo Seip, M. D. Consil. Aulic. & Archiatro Sereniss. Principis a Waldeck, Necnon R. S. Lond. Socio
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 266-272 (1737)

Relatio de Caverna Vaporifera Sulphurea in Lapicidina Pyrmontana, Quae Similis Est Foveae Neapolitanae Grotta Del Cane Dictae, Dno Misson, & Aliis Descriptae, Regali Societati Communicata Johanne Philippo Seip, M. D. Consil. Aulic. & Archiatro Sereniss. Principis Waldeck, Necnon R. S. Lond. Socio
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 266-272 (1737)

Some Observations on the Case of Mr. Le Grange, by Alexander Stuart, M. D. F. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 325-331 (1737)

Some Observations on the Case of Mr. Le Grange, by Alexander Stuart, M. D. F. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 325-331 (1737)

The Apparent Times of Such of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's Satellites, as are Visible at London, in the Year 1739. By James Hodgson, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 76-78 (1737)

The Apparent Times of Such of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's Satellites, as are Visible at London, in the Year 1739. By James Hodgson, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 76-78 (1737)

The Apparent Times of Such of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's Satellites, as are Visible at London, in the Year 1740. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 340-342 (1737)

The Apparent Times of the Immersions and Emersions of Jupiter's Satellites, for the Year 1739. Computed to the Meridian of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, by James Hodgson, F. R. S. and Master of the Royal Mathematical School in Christ s Hospital, London
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 69-75 (1737)

The Apparent Times of the Immersions and Emersions of the Four Satellites of Jupiter, for the Year 1740. Computed to the Meridian of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, by James Hodgson, F. R. S. Master of the Royal Mathematical School in Christ's Hospital, London. In All 374
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 332-339 (1737)

The Description and Use of an Apparatus Added as an Improvement to Davis's Quadrant, Consisting of a Mercurial Level, for Taking the Co-Altitude of Sun or Star at Sea, without the Usual Assistance of the Sensible Horizon, Which Frequently is Obscured. By Charles Leigh, Gent
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 417-424 (1737)

The Description of an Antique Metal Stamp, in the Collection of His Grace Charles Duke of Richmond, Lenox and Aubigny, F. R. S. &c. Being One of the Instances, How Near the Romans Had Arrived to the Art of Printing; With Some Remakrs by C. Mortimer, M. D. Fellow of the College of Physicians, and Secr. R. S. Lond
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 388-393 (1737)

The Description of an Antique Metal Stamp, in the Collection of His Grace Charles Duke of Richmond, Lenox and Aubigny, F. R. S. &c. Being One of the Instances, How Near the Romans Had Arrived to the Art of Printing; With Some Remakrs by C. Mortimer, M. D. Fellow of the College of Physicians, and Secr. R. S. Lond
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 388-393 (1737)

The Imperfections of the Common Barometers, and the Improvement Made in Them, by Mr. Cha. Orme of Ashby-De-La-Zouche in Leicestershire, Where They are Perfected and Rectified; With Some Observations, Remarks and Rules for Their Use, by Hen. Beighton, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 248-265 (1737)

The Imperfections of the Common Barometers, and the Improvement Made in Them, by Mr. Cha. Orme of Ashby-De-La-Zouche in Leicestershire, Where They are Perfected and Rectified; With Some Observations, Remarks and Rules for Their Use, by Hen. Beighton, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 248-265 (1737)

The Solution of Kepler's Problem, by J. Machin, Astr. Prof. Gresh. and Secr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 205-230 (1737)

The Solution of Kepler's Problem, by J. Machin, Astr. Prof. Gresh. and Secr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 205-230 (1737)

The Use of a New Azimuth Compass for Finding the Variation of the Compass or Magnetic Needle at Sea, with Greater Ease and Exactness Than by Any Ever Yet Contriv'd for That Purpose;By Captain Christopher Middleton, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 40: 395-398 (1737)

The Use of a New Azimuth Compass for Finding the Variation of the Compass or Magnetic Needle at Sea, with Greater Ease and Exactness Than by Any Ever Yet Contriv'd for That Purpose;By Captain Christopher Middleton, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 395-398 (1737)

Three Lectures on Muscular Motion, Read before the Royal Society in the Year MDCCXXXVIII: As Appointed by the Will of Lady Sadleir, Pursuant to the Design of Her First Husband William Croone, M. D. Fellow of the College of Physicians, and of the Royal Society: Being a Supplement to the Philosophical Transactions for That Year. Wherein the Elasticity of Fluids, and the Immediate Cause of the Cohesion and Elasticity of Solids, are Proved by Experiments, &c. and Shewn to Arise from the Same Pri
, Philosophical Transactions 40: I-Liv (1737)

Three Lectures on Muscular Motion, Read before the Royal Society in the Year MDCCXXXVIII: As Appointed by the Will of Lady Sadleir, Pursuant to the Design of Her First Husband William Croone, M. D. Fellow of the College of Physicians, and of the Royal Society: Being a Supplement to the Philosophical Transactions for That Year. Wherein the Elasticity of Fluids, and the Immediate Cause of the Cohesion and Elasticity of Solids, are Proved by Experiments, &c. and Shewn to Arise from the Same Pri
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): I-Liv (1737)

Viri Celeberrimi Johannis Marchionis Poleni, R. S. Lond. S. ad Virum Doctissimum Jacobum Jurinum, M. D. R. S. S. Epistola, Qua Continetur Summarium Observationum Meteorologicarum per Sexennium Patavii Habitarum
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 40(445-451): 239-248 (1737)

A Case Communicated by Mr. J. Mackarness, Apothecary, in Chipping-Norton, in Oxfordshire, of an Extraordinary Stone Voided by the Anus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 500-503 (1739)

A Case Wherein Part of the Lungs Were Coughed up. Presented to the Royal Society by William Watson, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 623-624 (1739)

A Case Wherein Part of the Lungs Were Coughed up. Presented to the Royal Society by William Watson, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 623-624 (1739)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1737. Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. & Soc. Reg. Praes. by Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S. Hort. Chel. Praef. ac Praelec. Botan
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 1-4 (1739)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1738. Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. & Soc. Reg. Praef. By Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F. R. S. Hort. Chel. Praef. ac Praelec. Botan
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 291-294 (1739)

A Catalogue of the Fifty Plants from Chelsea Garden, Presented to the Royal Society by the Company of Apothecaries, for the Year 1739. Pursuant to the Direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Med. Reg. & Soc. Reg. Praef. By Isaac Rand, Apothecary, F.R.S. Hort. Chel. Praef. ac Praelec. Botan
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 406-409 (1739)

A Collection of the Observations of the Eclipse of the Sun, August 4th 1738. Which Were Sent to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 91-97 (1739)

A Collection of the Observations of the Remarkable Red Lights Seen in the Air on Dec. 5. 1737. Sent from Different Places to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 583-606 (1739)

A Description of Needles Made for Operations on the Eyes, and of Some Instruments for the Ears, by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 847-851 (1739)

A Description of a Catheter, Made to Remedy the Inconveniencies Which Occasioned the Leaving off the High Operation for the Stone; By Archibald Cleland, Surgeon to General Wade's Regiment of Horse
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 844-847 (1739)

A Description of a Large Lake Called Malholm Tarn, Near Skipton in Craven, in the County of Yorkshire; by John Fuller, Esq; Jun. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 612-614 (1739)

A Description of a Large Lake Called Malholm Tarn, Near Skipton in Craven, in the County of Yorkshire; by John Fuller, Esq; Jun. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 612-614 (1739)

A Dissertation on the Worms Which Destroy the Piles on the Coasts of Holland and Zealand, by Job Baster, M. D. F. R. S. Communicated by the President of the Royal Society. Translated from the Latin by T. S. M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 276-288 (1739)

A Dissertation on the Worms Which Destroy the Piles on the Coasts of Holland and Zealand, by Job Baster, M. D. F. R. S. Communicated by the President of the Royal Society. Translated from the Latin by T. S. M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 276-288 (1739)

A Narrative of a New Invention of Expanding Fluids, by Their Being Conveyed into Certain Ignified Vessels, Where They are Immediately Rarefied into an Elastic Impelling Force, Sufficient to Give Motion to Hydraulopneumatical and Other Engines, for Raising Water, and Other Uses, &c. by John Payne
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 821-828 (1739)

A Narrative of an Extraordinary Sinking down and Sliding Away of Some Ground at Pardines Near Auvergne, Sent from M. T--to a Relation in England, Translated from the French, and Communicated to the Royal Society by Phil. Henry Zollman, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 272-276 (1739)

A Narrative of an Extraordinary Sinking down and Sliding Away of Some Ground at Pardines Near Auvergne, Sent from M. T-to a Relation in England, Translated from the French, and Communicated to the Royal Society by Phil. Henry Zollman, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 272-276 (1739)

A New Method of Improving and Perfecting Catadioptrical Telescopes, by Forming the Speculums of Glass Instead of Metal. By Caleb Smith
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 326-340 (1739)

A New Plotting-Table for Taking Plans and Maps, in Surveying: Invented in the Year 1721. by Henry Beighton, F. R. S. Inscribed to the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 747-761 (1739)

A Paper concerning the Mola Salu. or Sun-Fish, and a Glue Made of It; Communicated by the Rev. Mr. William Barlow to the President of the Royal Society
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 343-345 (1739)

A Physico-Mathematical Demonstration of the Impossibility and Insufficiency of Vortices: By M. De Sigorgne. Translated from the French by T.S. M.D. F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 409-435 (1739)

A Physico-Mathematical Demonstration of the Impossibility and Insufficiency of Vortices: By M. De Sigorgne. Translated from the French by T.S. M.D. F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 409-435 (1739)

A Rule for Finding the Meridional Parts to Any Spheroid, with the Same Exactness as in a Sphere, by Colin Mac Laurin, F. R. S. Communicated by Andrew Mitchel, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 808-809 (1739)

A Rule for Finding the Meridional Parts to Any Spheroid, with the Same Exactness as in a Sphere, by Colin Mac Laurin, F. R. S. Communicated by Andrew Mitchel, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 808-809 (1739)

A Short Account of Dr. Jurin's Ninth and Last Dissertation De Vi Motrice, by Mr. John Eames F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 607-610 (1739)

A Short Account of Dr. Jurin's Ninth and Last Dissertation De Vi Motrice, by Mr. John Eames F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 607-610 (1739)

Effects of Kinesiology Taping on Scapular Reposition Accuracy, Kinematics, and Muscle Activity in Athletes With Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: A Randomized Controlled Study
, Journal of Sport Rehabilitation 27(6): 560-569 (2018)

Effects of Kinesio taping in rectus femoris activity and sit-to-stand movement in children with unilateral cerebral palsy: placebo-controlled, repeated-measure design
, Disability and Rehabilitation 41(17): 2049-2059 (2019)

Accounts of a Capricorn Beetle, Found Alive in a Cavity within a Sound Piece of Wood, and of the Horn of a Fish Struck Several Inches into the Side of a Ship; By C. Mortimer, M. D. Secr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 861-864 (1739)

Accounts of a Capricorn Beetle, Found Alive in a Cavity within a Sound Piece of Wood, and of the Horn of a Fish Struck Several Inches into the Side of a Ship; By C. Mortimer, M. D. Secr. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 861-864 (1739)

Ad Eclipses Terrae Repraesentandas, Machina J. And. Segneri, Med. Physic. & Mathem. Prof. Goetting, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 781-789 (1739)

Ad Eclipses Terrae Repraesentandas, Machina J. And. Segneri, Med. Physic. & Mathem. Prof. Goetting, R. S. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 781-789 (1739)

An Account by John Eames, F.R.S. of a Dissertation, Containing Remarks upon the Observations Made in France, in Order to Ascertain the Figure of the Earth, by Mr. Celsius, Intituled, De Observationibus Pro Figura Telluris Determinanda, in Gallia Habitis, Disquisitio. Auctore Andrea Celsio, in Acad. Upsal. Astronom. Prof. Regio, & c. Upsaliae, 1738. 4to
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 371-382 (1739)

An Account by John Eames, F.R.S. of a Dissertation, Containing Remarks upon the Observations Made in France, in Order to Ascertain the Figure of the Earth, by Mr. Celsius, Intituled, De Observationibus Pro Figura Telluris Determinanda, in Gallia Habitis, Disquisitio. Auctore Andrea Celsio, in Acad. Upsal. Astronom. Prof. Regio, & c. Upsaliae, 1738. 4to
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 371-382 (1739)

An Account of Coal-Balls Made at Liege, by William Hanbury, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 672-674 (1739)

An Account of Coal-Balls Made at Liege, by William Hanbury, Esq; F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 672-674 (1739)

An Account of Dr. Trew's Dissertation Concerning the Differences of a Human Body before and after Birth
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 436-441 (1739)

An Account of Mr. Leeuwenhoek's Microscopes; By Mr. Henry Baker, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 503-519 (1739)

An Account of Mr. Leeuwenhoek's Microscopes; By Mr. Henry Baker, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 503-519 (1739)

An Account of Some Electrical Experiments Made at His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales's House at Cliefden, on Tuesday the 15th of April 1738. Where the Electricity Was Conveyed 420 Feet in a Direct Line. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 209-210 (1739)

An Account of Some Electrical Experiments Made before the Royal Society on Thursday the 16th of February 1737-8. By the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 200-208 (1739)

An Account of Some Electrical Experiments Made before the Royal Society, on Thursday the 22d of January 1740-1. by the Same
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 637-639 (1739)

An Account of Some Remarkable Stones, Taken out of the Kidneys of Mrs. Felles, upon Opening Her Body after Her Decease, by Noah Sherwood, Surgeon
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 610-611 (1739)

An Account of Some of the Electrical Experiments Made by Granvile Wheler, Esq; at the Royal Society's House, on May 11. 1737. Drawn up by C. Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 112-117 (1739)

An Account of Some of the Electrical Experiments Made by Granvile Wheler, Esq; at the Royal Society's House, on May 11. 1737. Drawn up by C. Mortimer, M. D. R. S. Secr
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 112-117 (1739)

An Account of Tumours, Which Rendered the Bones Soft. Communicated to the Royal Society by Mr. Pott, Surgeon
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 616-622 (1739)

An Account of a Luminous Appearance in the Sky, Seen at London on Thursday March 13. 1734-5. by John Bevis, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 347-349 (1739)

An Account of a Luminous Appearance in the Sky, Seen at London on Thursday March 13. 1734-5. by John Bevis, M. D
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 347-349 (1739)

An Account of a Meteor Seen in the Air in the Day-Time, on Dec. 8. 1733; Communicated by Mr. Crocker to Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 346-347 (1739 )

An Account of a Meteor Seen in the Air in the Day-Time, on Dec. 8. 1733; Communicated by Mr. Crocker to Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 346-347 (1739)

An Account of a Monstrous Faetus, Resembling a Hooded Monkey: Communicated by Mr. William Gregory of Rochester
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 764-767 (1739)

An Account of a New Purging Spring Discovered at Dulwich in Surrey, by Mr. John Martyn, F. R. S. Prof. Botan. Cantab
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 835-838 (1739)

An Account of a Stone, or Calculus, Making Its Way Out Through the Scrotum; Communicated by Mr. John Sisley, Surgeon, to Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 351-352 (1739)

An Account of a Stone, or Calculus, Making Its Way Out Through the Scrotum; Communicated by Mr. John Sisley, Surgeon, to Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. Pr. R. S. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 351-352 (1739)

An Account of an Antient Date in Arabian Figures, upon the North Front of the Parish Church of Rumsey in Hampshire. By the Rev. Mr. William Barlow
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 652-654 (1739)

An Account of an Extraordinary Case Communicated by Dr. Walter Graham, Physician at Mansfeild, to Dr. Mortimer, Secr. R. S. concerning a Large Quantity of Matter or Water Contained in Cystis's or Bags Adhering to the Peritonaeum, and Not Communicating with the Cavity of the Abdomen
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 708-711 (1739)

An Account of an Improvement on the Terrestrial Globe, by Joseph Harris, Gent
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 321-326 (1739)

An Account of the Analogy betwixt English Weights and Measures of Capacity, by the Revd Mr. William Barlow of Plymouth
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 457-459 (1739)

An Account of the Case of a Calculus Making Its Way Through an Old Cicatrix in the Perinaeum, by David Hartley, M. A. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions 41: 349-350 (1739)

An Account of the Case of a Calculus Making Its Way Through an Old Cicatrix in the Perinaeum, by David Hartley, M. A. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 41(452-461): 349-350 (1739)