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List of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag Chapter 60491

Chapter 60491 contains a list of PDF Full Texts available from EurekaMag.





On the Resolution of Attractive Powers. By Edward Waring, M. D. F. R. S. and Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 79: 185-198 (1789)

Effects of lifestyle change interventions for people with intellectual disabilities: Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 31(6): 949-961 (2018)

Some Account of the Vegetable and Mineral Productions of Boutan and Thibet. By Mr. Robert Saunders, Surgeon at Boglepoor in Bengal; Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 79: 79-111 (1789)

Some Account of the Vegetable and Mineral Productions of Boutan and Thibet. By Mr. Robert Saunders, Surgeon at Boglepoor in Bengal; Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 79: 79-111 (1789)

Account of the Discovery of a Sixth and Seventh Satellite of the Planet Saturn; With Remarks on the Construction of Its Ring, Its Atmosphere, Its Rotation on an Axis, and Its Spheroidical Figure. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 1-20 (1790)

Account of the Nardus Indica, or Spikenard. By Gilbert Blane, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 284-292 (1790)

An Account of Some Extraordinary Effects of Lightning. By William Withering, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 293-295 (1790)

An Account of the Trigonometrical Operation, Whereby the Distance between the Meridians of the Royal Observatories of Greenwich and Paris Has Been Determined. By Major-General William Roy, F. R. S. and A. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 111-614 (1790)

Effects of lifestyle changes on adults with prediabetes: A systematic review and meta-analysis
, Primary Care Diabetes 12(5): 393-408 (2018)

Experiments and Observations on the Dissolution of Metals in Acids, and Their Precipitations; with an Account of a New Compound Acid Menstruum, Useful in Some Technical Operations of Parting Metals. By James Keir, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 359-384 (1790)

Experiments and Observations on the Matter of Cancer, and on the Aerial Fluids Extricated from Animal Substances by Distillation and Putrefaction; Together with Some Remarks on Sulphureous Hepatic Air. By Adair Crawford, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 391-426 (1790)

Experiments on the Analysis of the Heavy Inflammable Air. By William Austin, M. D. Fellow of the College of Physicians; Communicated by Charles Blagden, M. D. Sec. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 51-72 (1790)

Observations on Respiration. By the Rev. Joseph Priestley, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 106-110 (1790)

On Spherical Motion. By the Rev. Charles Wildbore; Communicated by Earl Stanhope, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 496-559 (1790)

On the Chronology of the Hindoos. By William Marsden, Esq. F. R. S. and A. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 560-584 (1790)

On the Height of the Luminous Arch Which Was Seen on Feb. 23, 1784. By Henry Cavendish, Esq. F. R. S. and A. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 101-105 (1790)

On the Satellites of the Planet Saturn, and the Rotation of Its Ring on an Axis. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 427-495 (1790)

Report on the Best Method of Proportioning the Excise upon Spirituous Liquors. By Charles Blagden, M. D. Sec. R. S. and F. A. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80: 321-345 (1790)

A Meteorological Journal, Principally Relating to Atmospheric Electricity; Kept at Knightsbridge, from the 9th of May, 1789, to the 8th of May, 1790. By Mr. John Read; Communicated by R. H. A. Bennet, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 185-212 (1791)

A New Method of Investigating the Sums of Infinite Series. By the Rev. Samuel Vince, A. M. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 295-316 (1791)

A Second Paper on Hygrometry. By J. A. De Luc, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 1-42 (1791)

Effects of Lifestyle Intervention towards Obesity and Blood Pressure among Housewives in Klang Valley: A Quasi-Experimental Study
, Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences 24(6): 83-91 (2017)

Effects of lifestyle modification on cancer recurrence, overall survival and quality of life in gynaecological cancer survivors: A systematic review and meta-analysis
, Maturitas 111: 82-89 (2018)

An Account of Some Chemical Experiments on Tabasheer. By James Louis Macie, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 368-388 (1791)

Chermes Lacca. By William Roxburgh, M. D. of Samulcotta. Communicated by Patrick Russell, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 228-235 (1791)

Description of a Simple Micrometer for Measuring Small Angles with the Telescope. By Mr. Tiberius Cavallo, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 283-294 (1791)

Experiments and Observations to Investigate the Composition of James's Powder. By George Pearson, M. D. F. R. S.; Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 317-367 (1791)

Farther Experiments Relating to the Decomposition of Dephlogisticated and Inflammable Air. By Joseph Priestley, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 213-222 (1791)

Observations on Certain Horny Excrescences of the Human Body. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 95-105 (1791)

Observations on the Affinity between Basaltes and Granite. By Thomas Beddoes, M. D.; Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 48-70 (1791)

On Infinite Series. By Edward Waring, M. D. F. R. S. Lucasian Professor of Mathematics in the University of Cambridge
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 146-171 (1791)

On Nebulous Stars, Properly So Called. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 71-88 (1791)

On the Decomposition of Fixed Air. By Smithson Tennant, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 182-184 (1791)

On the Method of Determining, from the Real Probabilities of Life, the Values of Contingent Reversions in Which Three Lives are Involved in the Survivorship. By Mr. William Morgan, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 246-277 (1791)

On the Rate of Travelling, as Performed by Camels; And Its Application, as a Scale, to the Purposes of Geography. By James Rennell, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 129-145 (1791)

The Longitudes of Dunkirk and Paris from Greenwich, Deduced from the Triangular Measurement in 1787, 1788, Supposing the Earth to be an Ellipsoid. By Mr. Isaac Dalby; Communicated by Charles Blagden, M. D. Sec. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81: 236-245 (1791)

A Meteorological Journal, Principally Relating to Atmospherical Electricity; Kept at Knightsbridge, from the 9th of May, 1790, to the 8th of May, 1791. By Mr. John Read; Communicated by Richard Henry Alex. Bennet, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 225-256 (1792)

A New Suspension of the Magnetic Needle, Intended for the Discovery of Minute Quantities of Magnetic Attraction: Also an Air Vane of Great Sensibility; With New Experiments on the Magnetism of Iron Filings and Brass. By the Rev. A. Bennet, F. R. S. Communicated by the Rev. Sir Richard Kaye, Bart. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 81-98 (1792)

Effects of lifestyle modification on liver enzyme and Fibroscan in Indian patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
, Gastroenterology Report 6(1): 49-53 (2018)

An Account of the Remarkable Effects of a Shipwreck on the Mariners; With Experiments and Observations on the Influence of Immersion in Fresh and Salt Water, Hot and Cold, on the Powers of the Living Body. By James Currie, of Liverpool, M. D. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians at Edinburgh. Communicated by Thomas Percival, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 199-224 (1792)

Continuation of a Paper on the Production of Light and Heat from Different Bodies. By Mr. Thomas Wedgwood; Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 270-282 (1792)

Description of Kilburn Wells, and Analysis of Their Water. By Mr. Joh. Godfr. Schmeisser. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 115-127 (1792)

Experiments Made with the View of Decompounding Fixed Air, or Carbonic Acid. By George Pearson, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 289-308 (1792)

Experiments and Observations on the Production of Light from Different Bodies, by Heat and by Attrition. By Mr. Thomas Wedgwood; Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 28-47 (1792)

Miscellaneous Observations. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 23-27 (1792)

Observations on Bees. By John Hunter, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 128-195 (1792)

Observations on the Atmospheres of Venus and the Moon, Their Respective Densities, Perpendicular Heights, and the Twi-Light Occasioned by Them. By John Jerome Schroeter, Esq. of Lilienthal, in the Dutchy of Bremen. Translated from the German
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 309-361 (1792)

On Evaporation. By John Andrew de Luc, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 400-424 (1792)

On the Civil Year of the Hindoos, and Its Divisions; With an Account of Three Hindoo Almanacs Belonging to Charles Wilkins, Esq. By Henry Cavendish, Esq
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 383-399 (1792)

On the Ring of Saturn, and the Rotation of the Fifth Satellite upon Its Axis. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 1-22 (1792)

Supplementary Report on the Best Method of Proportioning the Excise upon Spirituous Liquors. By Charles Blagden, M. D. S. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82: 425-455 (1792)

A Description of a Transit Circle, for Determining the Place of Celestial Objects as They Pass the Meridian. By the Rev. Francis Wollaston, LL. B. and F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 133-153 (1793)

Effects of Lifestyle Modifications on Elevated Blood Pressure and Excess Weight in a Population of Italian Children and Adolescents
, American Journal of Hypertension 31(10): 1147-1155 (2018)

Account of Two Instances of Uncommon Formation, in the Viscera of the Human Body. By Mr. John Abernethy, Assistant Surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 59-66 (1793)

An Account of Two Rainbows, Seen at the Same Time, at Alverstoke, Hants, July 9, 1792. By the Rev. Mr. Sturges. Communicated by William Heberden, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 1-2 (1793)

An Account of the Equatorial Instrument. By Sir George Shuckburgh, Bart. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 67-128 (1793)

Description of a Species of Chaetodon, Called, by the Malays, Ecan Bonna. By Mr. William Bell, Surgeon in the Service of the East India Company, at Bencoolen. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 7-9 (1793)

Description of an Extraordinary Production of Human Generation, with Observations. By John Clarke, M. D. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 154-163 (1793)

Description of an Instrument for Ascertaining the Specific Gravities of Fluids. By John Godfrey Schmeisser. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 164-167 (1793)

Description of the Double Horned Rhinoceros of Sumatra. By Mr. William Bell, Surgeon in the Service of the East India Company, at Bencoolen. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 3-6 (1793)

Observations of the Comet of 1793, Made by the Rev. Nevil Maskelyne, D. D. F. R. S. Astronomer Royal, and Other Observers. Communicated by the Astronomer Royal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 55-55 (1793)

Observations on Vision. By Thomas Young. Communicated by Richard Brocklesby, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 169-181 (1793)

Observations on a Current That Often Prevails to the Westward of Scilly; Endangering the Safety of Ships That Approach the British Channel. By James Rennell, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 182-200 (1793)

Observations on the Planet Venus. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83: 201-219 (1793)

Effects of Lifestyle on Muscle Strength in a Healthy Danish Population
, Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 8(1): 16-22 (2018)

Account of Some Particulars Observed during the Late Eclipse of the Sun. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 39-42 (1794)

Account of a Mineral Substance, Called Strontionite, in Which are Exhibited Its External, Physical, and Chemical Characters. By Mr. John Godfrey Schmeisser, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 418-425 (1794)

Account of a New Pendulum. By George Fordyce, M. D. F. R. S.; Being the Bakerian Lecture
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 2-20 (1794)

An Account of an Appearance of Light, like a Star, Seen Lately in the Dark Part of the Moon, by Thomas Stretton, in St. John's Square, Clerkenwell, London; with Remarks upon This Observation, and Mr. Wilkins's. Drawn up, and Communicated by the Rev. Nevil Maskelyne, D. D. F. R. S. and Astronomer Royal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 435-440 (1794)

Dr. Halley's Quadrature of the Circle Improved: Being a Transformation of His Series for That Purpose to Others Which Converge by the Powers of 80. By the Rev. John Hellins, Vicar of Potter's Pury, in Northamptonshire. Communicated by Nevil Maskelyne, D. D. F. R. S. and Astronomer Royal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 217-222 (1794)

Experiments and Observations Made with the Doubler of Electricity, with a View to Determine Its Real Utility, in the Investigation of the Electricity of Atmospheric Air, in Different Degrees of Purity. By Mr. John Read. Communicated by Richard Henry Alexander Bennet, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 266-274 (1794)

Investigations, Founded on the Theory of Motion, for Determining the Times of Vibration of Watch Balances. By George Atwood, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 119-168 (1794)

Observation of the Great Eclipse of the Sun of Sept. 5, 1793. By John Jerome Schroeter, Esq. Communicated by George Best, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 262-265 (1794)

Observations and Experiments on a Wax-Like Substance, Resembling the Pe-La of the Chinese, Collected at Madras by Dr. Anderson, and Called by Him White Lac. By George Pearson, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 383-401 (1794)

Observations of a Quintuple Belt on the Planet Saturn. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 28-32 (1794)

Observations on Some Egyptian Mummies Opened in London. By John Frederick Blumenbach, M. D. F. R. S. Addressed to Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 177-195 (1794)

Observations on Vision. By David Hosack, M. D. Communicated by George Pearson, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 196-216 (1794)

Observations on the Fossil Bones Presented to the Royal Society by His Most Serene Highness the Margrave of Anspach, &c. By the Late John Hunter, Esq. F. R. S. Communicated by Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 407-417 (1794)

Observations on the Fundamental Property of the Lever; With a Proof of the Principle Assumed by Archimedes, in His Demonstration. By the Rev. S. Vince, A. M. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 33-38 (1794)

On the Conversion of Animal Muscle into a Substance Much Resembling Spermaceti. By George Smith Gibbes, B. A. of Magdalen College, Oxford. Communicated by George Shaw, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 169-173 (1794)

On the Method of Determining, from the Real Probabilities of Life, the Values of Contingent Reversions, in Which Three Lives are Involved in the Survivership. By William Morgan, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 223-261 (1794)

On the Rotation of the Planet Saturn upon Its Axis. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 48-66 (1794)

Some Facts Relative to the Late Mr. John Hunter's Preparation for the Croonian Lecture. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 21-27 (1794)

Tables for Reducing the Quantities by Weight, in Any Mixture of Pure Spirit and Water, to Those by Measure; And for Determining the Proportion, by Measure, of Each of the Two Substances in Such Mixtures. By Mr. George Gilpin, Clerk to the Royal Society. Communicated by Sir Charles Blagden, Knt. Sec. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 275-382 (1794)

The Latitudes and Longitudes of Several Places in Denmark; Calculated from the Trigonometrical Operations. By Thomas Bugge, F. R. S. Regius Professor of Astronomy at Copenhagen
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84: 43-47 (1794)

Effects of lifetime cumulative ginseng intake on cognitive function in late life
, Alzheimer's Research and Therapy 10(1): 50 (2018)

An Account of the Trigonometrical Survey Carried on in the Years 1791, 1792, 1793, and 1794, by Order of His Grace the Duke of Richmond, Late Master General of the Ordnance. By Lieut. Col. Edward Williams, and Capt. William Mudge, of the Royal Artillery; And Mr. Isaac Dalby. Communicated by the Duke of Richmond, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 414-591 (1795)

An Experimental Inquiry concerning the Reproduction of Nerves. By John Haighton, M. D. Communicated by Maxwell Garthshore, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 190-201 (1795)

Description of a Forty-Feet Reflecting Telescope. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 347-409 (1795)

Effects of life-time exposure to waterborne copper on the somatotropic axis of the viviparous fish Poecilia vivipara
, Chemosphere 203: 410-417 (2018)

Experiments on the Nerves, Particularly on Their Reproduction; And on the Spinal Marrow of Living Animals. By William Cruikshank, Esq. Communicated by the Late John Hunter, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 177-189 (1795)

New Observations in Further Proof of the Mountainous Inequalities, Rotation, Atmosphere, and Twilight, of the Planet Venus. By John Jerome Schroeter, Esq. Communicated by George Best, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 117-176 (1795)

Observations on the Best Methods of Producing Artificial Cold. By Mr. Richard Walker. Communicated by Martin Wall, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 270-289 (1795)

Observations on the Influence, Which Incites the Muscles of Animals to Contract in Mr. Galvani's Experiments. By William Charles Wells, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 246-262 (1795)

Observations on the Structure of the Eyes of Birds. By Mr. Pierce Smith, Student of Physic. Communicated by George Pearson, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 263-269 (1795)

On Welding Cast Steel. By Sir Thomas Frankland, Bart. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 296-297 (1795)

On the Conversion of Animal Substances into a Fatty Matter Much Resembling Spermaceti. By George Smith Gibbes, B. A. Communicated by George Shaw, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 239-245 (1795)

On the Nature and Construction of the Sun and Fixed Stars. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 46-72 (1795)

Some Observations on the Mode of Generation of the Kanguroo, with a Particular Description of the Organs Themselves. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 221-238 (1795)

The Bakerian Lecture. Observations on the Theory of the Motion and Resistance of Fluids; With a Description of the Construction of Experiments, in Order to Obtain Some Fundamental Principles. By the Rev. Samuel Vince, A. M. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 24-45 (1795)

The Croonian Lecture on Muscular Motion. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85: 1-23 (1795)

A Description of the Anatomy of the Sea Otter, from a Dissection Made November 15th, 1795, by Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S. and Mr. Archibald Menzies. Communicated by Everard Home, Esq
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 385-394 (1796)

Effects of light and dark phase testing on the investigation of behavioural paradigms in mice: Relevance for behavioural neuroscience
, Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 178: 19-29 (2019)

Account of the Earthquake Felt in Various Parts of England, November 18, 1795; With Some Observations Thereon. By Edward Whitaker Gray, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 353-381 (1796)

An Analysis of the Carinthian Molybdate of Lead; with Experiments on the Molybdic Acid. To Which are Added Some Experiments and Observations on the Decomposition of the Sulphate of Ammoniac. By Charles Hatchett, Esq. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 285-339 (1796)

Experiments and Observations on the Inflection, Reflection, and Colours of Light. By Henry Brougham Jun. Esq. Communicated by Sir Charles Blagden, Knt. Sec. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 227-277 (1796)

Maniere Elementaire D'Obtenir les Suites par Lesquelles s'Expriment les Quantites Exponentielles et les Fonctions Trigonometriques des Arcs Circulaires. Par M. Simon L'Huilier, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 142-165 (1796)

Mr. Jones's Computation of the Hyperbolic Logarithm of 10 Improved: Being a Transformation of the Series Which He Used in That Computation to Others Which Converge by the Powers of 80. To Which is Added a Postscript, Containing an Improvement of Mr. Emerson's Computation of the Same Logarithm. By the Rev. John Hellins, Vicar of Potter's Pury, in Northamptonshire. Communicated by Nevil Maskelyne, D.D. F. R. S. and Astronomer Royal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 135-141 (1796 )

Newton's Binomial Theorem Legally Demonstrated by Algebra. By the Rev. William Sewell, A. M. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 382-384 (1796)

Observations on Some Ancient Metallic Arms and Utensils; With Experiments to Determine Their Composition. By George Pearson, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 395-451 (1796)

Observations on the Changes Which Blood Undergoes, When Extravasated into the Urinary Bladder, and Retained for Some Time in That Viscus, Mixed with the Urine. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 486-493 (1796)

Of the Influence of Cold upon the Health of the Inhabitants of London. By William Heberden Jun. M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 279-284 (1796)

On the Fructification of the Submersed Algae. By Mr. Correa de Serra, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 494-505 (1796)

On the Method of Observing the Changes That Happen to the Fixed Stars; With Some Remarks on the Stability of the Light of Our Sun. To Which is Added, a Catalogue of Comparative Brightness, for Ascertaining the Permanency of the Lustre of Stars. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 166-226 (1796)

On the Periodical Star Formula Herculis; With Remarks Tending to Establish the Rotatory Motion of the Stars on Their Axes. To Which is Added a Second Catalogue of the Comparative Brightness of the Stars. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 452-482 (1796)

Particulars of the Discovery of Some Very Singular Balls of Stone, Found in the Works of the Huddersfield Canal. By Mr. Benjamin Outram, Engineer to the Huddersfield Canal Company. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 350-352 (1796)

Some Particulars in the Anatomy of a Whale. By Mr. John Abernethy. Communicated by Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 27-33 (1796)

The Construction and Analysis of Geometrical Propositions, Determining the Positions Assumed by Homogeneal Bodies Which Float Freely, and at Rest, on a Fluid's Surface; Also Determining the Stability of Ships, and of Other Floating Bodies. By George Atwood, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86: 46-278 (1796)

A Supplement to the Measures of Trees, Printed in the Philosophical Transactions for 1759. By Robert Marsham, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 128-132 (1797)

Effects of Light and Temperature on Daily Activity and Clock Gene Expression in Two Mosquito Disease Vectors
, Journal of Biological Rhythms 33(3): 272-288 (2018)

An Account of the Trigonometrical Survey, Carried on in the Years 1795, and 1796, by Order of the Marquis Cornwallis, Master General of the Ordnance. By Colonel Edward Williams, Captain William Mudge, and Mr. Isaac Dalby. Communicated by the Duke of Richmond, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 432-541 (1797)

An Experimental Inquiry concerning Animal Impregnation. By John Haighton, M. D. Communicated by Maxwell Garthshore, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 159-196 (1797)

Experiments and Observations, Made with the View of Ascertaining the Nature of the Gaz Produced by Passing Electric Discharges through Water. By George Pearson, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 142-158 (1797)

Experiments in Which, on the Third Day after Impregnation, the Ova of Rabbits Were Found in the Fallopian Tubes; and on the Fourth Day after Impregnation in the Uterus Itself; With the First Appearances of the Foetus. By William Cruikshank, Esq. Communicated by Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 197-214 (1797)

Experiments on Carbonated Hydrogenous Gas; With a View to Determine Whether Carbon be a Simple or a Compound Substance. By Mr. William Henry. Communicated by Mr. Thomas Henry, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 401-415 (1797)

Experiments to Determine the Force of Fired Gunpowder. By Benjamin Count of Rumford, F. R. S. M. R. I. A
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 222-292 (1797)

Farther Experiments and Observations on the Affections and Properties of Light. By Henry Brougham, Jun. Esq. Communicated by Sir Charles Blagden, Knt. Sec. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 352-385 (1797)

Observations and Experiments on the Colour of Blood. By William Charles Wells, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 416-431 (1797)

Observations of the Changeable Brightness of the Satellites of Jupiter, and of the Variation in Their Apparent Magnitudes; With a Determination of the Time of Their Rotatory Motions on Their Axes. To Which is Added, a Measure of the Diameter of the Second Satellite, and an Estimate of the Comparative Size of All the Four. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 332-351 (1797)

Observations on Horizontal Refractions Which Affect the Appearance of Terrestrial Objects, and the Dip, or Depression of the Horizon of the Sea. By Joseph Huddart, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 29-42 (1797)

On Gouty and Urinary Concretions. By William Hyde Wollaston, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 386-400 (1797)

On the Action of Nitre upon Gold and Platina. By Smithson Tennant, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 219-221 (1797)

On the Nature of the Diamond. By Smithson Tennant, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 123-127 (1797)

On the Periodical Changes of Brightness of Two Fixed Stars. By Edward Pigott, Esq. Communicated by Sir Henry C. Englefield, Bart. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 133-141 (1797)

Recherches Sur Les Principaux Problemes de l'Astronomie Nautique. Par Don Josef de Mendoza y Rios, F. R. S. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 43-122 (1797)

The Croonian Lecture. In Which Some of the Morbid Actions of the Straight Muscles and Cornea of the Eye are Explained, and Their Treatment Considered. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87: 1-28 (1797)

A Catalogue of Sanscrita Manuscripts Presented to the Royal Society by Sir William and Lady Jones. By Charles Wilkins, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 582-593 (1798)

A Description of a Very Unusual Formation of the Human Heart. By Mr. James Wilson, Surgeon. Communicated by Matthew Baillie, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 346-356 (1798)

A Disquisition on the Stability of Ships. By George Atwood, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: Vi-310 (1798)

Effects of light at night on laboratory animals and research outcomes
, Behavioral Neuroscience 132(4): 302-314 (2018)

Account of a Tumour Found in the Substance of the Human Placenta. By John Clarke, M. D. Communicated by the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 361-368 (1798)

An Account of Some Endeavours to Ascertain a Standard of Weight and Measure. By Sir George Shuckburgh Evelyn, Bart. F. R. S. and A. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 133-182 (1798)

An Account of the Orifice in the Retina of the Human Eye, Discovered by Professor Soemmering. To Which are Added, Proofs of This Appearance Being Extended to the Eyes of Other Animals. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 332-345 (1798)

An Analysis of the Earthy Substance from New South Wales, Called Sydneia or Terra Australis. By Charles Hatchett, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 110-129 (1798)

An Inquiry concerning the Chemical Properties That Have Been Attributed to Light. By Benjamin Count of Rumford, F. R. S. M. R. I. A
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 449-468 (1798)

An Inquiry concerning the Source of the Heat Which is Excited by Friction. By Benjamin Count of Rumford, F. R. S. M. R. I. A
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 80-102 (1798)

Experiments and Observations, Tending to Show the Composition and Properties of Urinary Concretions. By George Pearson, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 15-46 (1798)

Experiments to Determine the Density of the Earth. By Henry Cavendish, Esq. F. R. S. and A. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 469-526 (1798)

General Theorems, Chiefly Porisms, in the Higher Geometry. By Henry Brougham, Jun. Esq. Communicated by Sir Charles Blagden, Knt. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 378-396 (1798)

Observations on the Foramina Thebesii of the Heart. By Mr. John Abernethy, F. R. S. Communicated by Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 103-109 (1798)

On the Corundum Stone from Asia. By the Right Hon. Charles Greville, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 403-448 (1798)

On the Discovery of Four Additional Satellites of the Georgium Sidus. The Retrograde Motion of Its Old Satellites Announced; And the Cause of Their Disappearance at Certain Distances from the Planet Explained. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 47-79 (1798)

On the Roots of Equations. By James Wood, B.D. Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. Communicated by the Rev. Nevil Maskelyne, D. D. F. R. S. and Astronomer Royal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 369-377 (1798)

Quelques Remarques D'Optique, Principalement Relatives a la Reflexibilite des Rayons de la Lumiere. Par P. Prevost, Professeur de Philosophie a Geneve, de L'Academie de Berlin, de la Societe des Curieux de la Nature, et de la Societe Royale D'Edimbourg. Communicated by Sir Charles Blagden, Knt. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88: 311-331 (1798)

Effects of light-dark cycle on the spatial distribution and feeding activity of fish larvae of two co-occurring species (Pisces: Hypophthalmidae and Sciaenidae) in a Neotropical floodplain lake
, Brazilian Journal of Biology 78(4): 763-772 (2018)

A Catalogue of Oriental Manuscripts Presented to the Royal Society by Sir William and Lady Jones. By Charles Wilkins, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 335-344 (1799)

A Fourth Catalogue of the Comparative Brightness of the Stars. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 121-144 (1799)

Effects of light-emitting diode (led 640nm) on human gingival fibroblasts: a comparative in vitro study
, Oral and Implantology 10(2): 151-161 (2017)

Effects of light-emitting diode (LED) with a mixture of wavelengths on the growth and lipid content of microalgae
, Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering 41(4): 457-465 (2018)

An Account of the Dissection of an Hermaphrodite Dog. To Which Are Prefixed, Some Observations on Hermaphrodites in General. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 157-178 (1799)

An Inquiry Concerning the Weight Ascribed to Heat. By Benjamin Count of Rumford, F. R. S. M. R. I. A. &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 179-194 (1799)

Essay on the Resolution of Algebraic Equations: Attempting to Distinguish Particularly, the Real Principle of Every Method, and the True Causes of the Limitations to Which It is Subject. By Giffin Wilson, Esq. Communicated by Edward Whitaker Gray, M. D. Sec. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 265-304 (1799)

Experiments and Observations on Shell and Bone. By Charles Hatchett, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 315-334 (1799)

Experiments to Determine the Quantity of Tanning Principle and Gallic Acid Contained in the Bark of Various Trees. By George Biggin, Esq. Communicated by the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 259-264 (1799)

Observations on the Different Species of Asiatic Elephants, and Their Mode of Dentition. By John Corse, Esq. Communicated by the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 205-236 (1799)

Observations on the Manners, Habits, and Natural History, of the Elephant. By John Corse, Esq. Communicated by the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K. B. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 31-55 (1799)

On Different Sorts of Lime Used in Agriculture. By Smithson Tennant, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 305-314 (1799)

On a Submarine Forest, on the East Coast of England. By Joseph Correa de Serra, LL. D. F. R. S. and A. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 145-156 (1799)

On the Decomposition of the Acid of Borax or Sedative Salt. By Lawrence de Crell, M. D. F. R. S. Lond. and Edinb. and M. R. I. A. Translated from the German
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 56-73 (1799)

Some Additions to a Paper, Read in 1790, on the Subject of a Child with a Double Head. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 28-30 (1799)

Some Observations on the Structure of the Teeth of Graminivorous Quadrupeds; Particularly Those of the Elephant and Sus Aethiopicus. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 237-258 (1799)

Effects of light-felling on non-growing season greenhouse gas emission from soils in Korean pine forests in Maoer Mountains, China
, Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 29(7): 2183-2194 (2018)

The Croonian Lecture. Experiments and Observations upon the Structure of Nerves. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89: 1-12 (1799)

A Chemical Analysis of Some Calamines
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 102-103 (1800)

A Continuation of the Experiments and Observations on the Light Which Is Spontaneously Emitted from Various Bodies; with Some Experiments and Observations on Solar Light, When Imbided by Canton's Phosphorus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 60-61 (1800)

A Description of Malformation in the Heart of an Infant
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 195-196 (1800)

A Description of the Anatomy of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 68-69 (1800)

A Description of the Solvent Glands and Gizzards of the Ardea Argala, the Casuarius Emu, and the Long-Legged Cassowary from New South Wales
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 449-450 (1800)

A Historical and Anatomical Description of a Doubtful Amphibious Animal of Germany, Called, by Laurenti, Proteus Anguinus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 47-49 (1800)

A Method of Drawing Extremely Fine Wires
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 455-456 (1800)

A Method of Examining Refractive and Dispersive Powers, by Prismatic Reflection
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 90-91 (1800)

A Narrative of the Eruption of a Volcano in the Sea off the Island of St. Michael
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 422-423 (1800)

A New Demonstration of the Binomial Theorem, When the Exponent Is a Positive or Negative Fraction
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 239-239 (1800)

A New Eudiometer, Accompanied with Experiments, Elucidating Its Application
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 270-271 (1800)

A New Method of Deducing a First Approximation to the Orbit of a Comet from Three Geocentric Observations
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 489-490 (1800)

A Numerical Table of Elective Attractions; with Remarks on the Sequences of Double Decompositions
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 325-326 (1800 )

Effects of lighting illuminance levels on stair negotiation performance in individuals with visual impairment
, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 39: 8-15 (2018)

Effects of Lighting on Reading Speed as a Function of Letter Size
, American Journal of Occupational Therapy 72(2): 7202345020p1 (2018)

A Synoptic Scale of Chemical Equivalents
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 477-478 (1800)

A Third Series of Experiments on an Artificial Substance, Which Possesses the Principal Characteristic Properties of Tannin; with Some Remarks on Coal
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 220-224 (1800)

Effects of lighting pattern and photoperiod on egg production and egg quality of a native chicken under free-range condition
, Poultry Science 97(7): 2378-2384 (2018)

Effects of light intensities after anthesis on the photosynthetic characteristics and chloroplast ultrastructure in mesophyll cell of summer maize (Zea mays L. )
, Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 29(3): 883-890 (2018)

Effects of light intensity and photoperiod on the embryonic development of Sepia pharaonis
, Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 29(6): 2059-2067 (2018)

Account of Lithological Survey of Schehallien, Made in Order to Determine the Specific Gravity of the Rocks Which Compose That Mountain
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 409-411 (1800)

Account of Some Experiments on the Ascent of the Sap in Trees
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 53-55 (1800)

Account of Some Experiments on the Descent of the Sap in Trees
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 118-121 (1800)

Account of a Discovery of Native Minium
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 232-233 (1800)

Account of a Peculiarity in the Distribution of the Arteries Sent to the Limbs of Slow-Moving Animals; together with Some Other Similar Facts
, Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1: 7-8 (1800)

Account of a Peculiarity in the Distribution of the Arteries Sent to the Limbs of Slow-Moving Animals; together with Some Other Similar Facts
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 7-8 (1800)

Account of a Series of Experiments, Undertaken with the View of Decomposing the Muriatic Acid
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 14-16 (1800)

Account of a Series of Experiments, Undertaken with the View of Decomposing the Muriatic Acid. By Mr. William Henry. Communicated by the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 188-203 (1800)

Account of a Series of Experiments, Undertaken with the View of Decomposing the Muriatic Acid. By Mr. William Henry. Communicated by the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 188-203 (1800)

Account of an Elephant's Tusk, in Which the Iron Head of a Spear was Found Imbedded
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 43-43 (1800)

Account of the Changes that Have Happened, during the Last Twenty-Five Years, in the Relative Situation of Double-Stars; with an Investigation of the Cause to which they Are owing
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 126-129 (1800)

Account of the Discovery of Silver in Herland Copper Mine
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 42-43 (1800)

Account of the Dissection of a Human Faetus, in Which the Circulation of the Blood was Carried on without a Heart
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 327-327 (1800)

Additional Experiments and Remarks on an Artificial Substance, Which Possesses the Principal Characteristic Properties of Tannin
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 205-207 (1800)

Additional Experiments on the Muriatic and Oxymuriatic Acids
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 431-432 (1800)

Additional Observations Tending to Investigate the Symptoms of the Variable Emission of the Light and Heat of the Sun; with Trials to Set Aside Darkening Glasses, by Transmitting the Solar Rays through Liquids; and a Few Remarks to Remove Objections that Might Be made against Some of the Arguments Contained in the Former Paper
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 55-56 (1800)

Effects of light intensity on photosynthetic capacity and light energy allocation in Panax notoginseng
, Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 29(1): 193-204 (2018)

Additional Remarks on the State in which Alcohol Exists in Fermented Liquors
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 450-450 (1800)

Additions to an Account of the Anatomy of the Squalus Maximus, Contained in a Former Paper; with Observations on the Structure of the Bronchial Artery
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 471-472 (1800)

An Account of Some Analytical Experiments on a Mineral Production from Devonshire, Consisting Principally of Alumine and Water
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 181-183 (1800)

An Account of Some Cases of the Production of Colours, Not Hitherto Described
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 92-94 (1800)

An Account of Some Experiments and Observations on the Constituent Parts of Certain Astringent Vegetables; and on their Operation in Tanning
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 114-118 (1800)

An Account of Some Experiments on Animal Heat
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 515-516 (1800)

An Account of Some Experiments on Different Combinations of Fluoric Acid
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 437-437 (1800)

An Account of Some Experiments on the Combinations of Different Metals and Chlorine, &c
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 425-427 (1800)

An Account of Some Experiments, Performed with a View to Ascertain the Most Advantageous Method of Constructing a Voltaic Apparatus, for the Purposes of Chemical Research
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 317-318 (1800)

An Account of Some Galvanic Combinations, Formed by the Arrangement of Single Metallic Plates and Fluids, Analogous to the New Galvanic Apparatus of Mr. Volta
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 59-60 (1800)

An Account of Some New Experiments on the Fluoric Compounds; with Some Observations on other Objects of Chemical Inquiry
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 481-483 (1800)

An Account of Some Organic Remains Found near Brentford, Middlesex
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 459-460 (1800)

An Account of Some Peculiarities in the Anatomical Structure of the Wombat, with Observations on the Female Organs of Generation
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 310-311 (1800)

An Account of Some Peculiarities in the Structure of the Organ of Hearing in the Balaena Mysticetus of Linnaeus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 415-416 (1800)

An Account of Some Stones Said to Have Fallen on the Earth in France; and of a Lump of Native Iron, Said to Have Fallen in India
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 109-110 (1800)

An Account of Two Children Born with Cataracts in Their Eyes, to Show That Their Sight Was Obscured in Very Different Degrees; with Experiments to Determine the Proportional Knowledge of Objects Acquired by Them Immediately after the Cataracts Were Removed
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 254-256 (1800)

An Account of a Calculus from the Human Bladder of Uncommon Magnitude
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 339-339 (1800)

An Account of a Curious Phoenomenon Observed on the Glaciers of Chamouny; together with Some Occasional Observations concerning the Propagation of Heat in Fluids
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 133-133 (1800)

An Account of a Family Having Hands and Feet with Supernumerary Fingers and Toes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 486-486 (1800)

An Account of a Method of Dividing Astronomical and other Instruments, by Ocular Inspection; in Which the Usual Tools for Graduating Are Not Employed; the Whole Operation Being So Contrived, That no Error can Occur but What Is Chargeable to Vision, When Assisted by the Best Optical Means of Viewing and Measuring Minute Quantities
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 323-325 (1800)

An Account of a Small Lobe of the Human Prostate Gland, Which Has Not before Been Taken Notice of by Anatomists
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 224-226 (1800)

An Account of a Vegetable Wax from Brazil
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 404-406 (1800)

Effects of light, microorganisms, farming chemicals and water content on the degradation of microcystin-LR in agricultural soils
, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 156: 141-147 (2018)

An Account of the Application of the Gas from Coal to Economical Purposes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 294-295 (1800)

An Account of the Great Derbyshire Denudation
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 402-403 (1800)

An Account of the Measurement of an Arc of the Meridian, Extending from Dunnose, in the Isle of Wight, Latitude 50 degrees Formula Formula, to Clifton, in Yorkshire, Latitude 53 degrees Formula Formula, in Course of the Operations Carried on for the Trigonometrical Survey of England, in the Years 1800, 1801, and 1802
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 129-131 (1800)

An Account of the Relistian Tin Mine
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 275-275 (1800)

An Account of the Sinking of the Dutch Frigate Ambuscade, of32 Guns, near the Great Nore; with the Mode Used in Recovering Her
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 124-125 (1800)

An Account of the Trigonometrical Survey, Carried on in the Years 1797, 1798, and 1799, by Order of Marquis Cornwallis, Master-General of the Ordnance
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 33-33 (1800)

An Account of the Trigonometrical Survey, Carried on in the Years 1797, 1798, and 1799, by Order of Marquis Cornwallis, Master-General of the Ordnance. By Captain William Mudge, of the Royal Artillery, F. R. S. Communicated by His Grace the Duke of Richmond, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 539-728 (1800)

An Account of the Trigonometrical Survey, Carried on in the Years 1797, 1798, and 1799, by Order of Marquis Cornwallis, Master-General of the Ordnance. By Captain William Mudge, of the Royal Artillery, F. R. S. Communicated by His Grace the Duke of Richmond, F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 539-728 (1800)

An Analysis of Several Varieties of British and Foreign Salt (Muriate of Soda), with a View to Explain Their Fitness for Different Economical Purposes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 356-360 (1800)

An Analysis of a Mineral Substance from North America, Containing a Metal Hitherto Unknown
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 67-68 (1800)

An Analysis of the Magnetical Pyrites; with Remarks on Some of the other Sulphurets of Iron
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 155-157 (1800)

An Analysis of the Waters of the Dead Sea and the River Jordan
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 275-278 (1800)

An Anatomical Account of the Squalus Maximus (of Linnaeus), Which in the Structure of Its Stomach Forms an Intermediate Link in the Gradation of Animals between the Whale Tribe and Cartilaginous Fishes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 332-333 (1800)

An Anatomical Description of a Male Rhinoceros
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 41-42 (1800)

Effects of Light Quality and Intensity on Diurnal Patterns and Rates of Photo-Assimilate Translocation and Transpiration in Tomato Leaves
, Frontiers in Plant Science 9: 756 (2018)

An Enquiry concerning the Nature of Heat, and the Mode of Its Communication
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 139-147 (1800)

An Essay on the Cohesion of Fluids
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 171-172 (1800)

An Improved Method of Dividing Astronomical Circles and other Instruments
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 504-506 (1800)

An Investigation of All the Changes of the Variable Star in Sobieski's Shield, from Five Years' Observations, Exhibiting Its Proportional Illuminated Parts, and Its Irregularities of Rotation; with Conjectures Respecting Unenlightened Heavenly Bodies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 180-181 (1800)

Analysis of Corundum, and of Some of the Substances Which Accompany it; with Observations on the Affinities Which the Earths Have Been Supposed to Have for Each other, in the Humid Way
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 87-89 (1800)

Analysis of a New Species of Copper Ore
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 479-479 (1800)

Analysis of a Triple Sulphuret, of Lead, Antimony, and Copper, from Cornwall
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 138-138 (1800)

Analysis of the Arseniates of Copper, and of Iron, Described in the Preceding Paper; Likewise an Analysis of the Red Octaedral Copper Ore of Cornwall; with Remarks on Some Particular Modes of Analysis
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 45-47 (1800)

Analytical Experiments and Observations on Lac
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 148-150 (1800)

Astronomical Observations Relating to the Construction of the Heavens, Arranged for the Purpose of a Critical Examination, the Result of Which Appears to Throw Some New Light upon the Organization of the Celestial Bodies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 406-408 (1800)

Astronomical Observations Relating to the Sidereal Part of the Heavens, and Its Connexion with the Nebulous Part; Arranged for the Purpose of a Critical Examination
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 494-496 (1800)

Effects of light quality on growth and internal quality of Whitmania pigra
, Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi 42(20): 3886-3890 (2017)

Catalogue of 500 New Nebulae, Nebulous Stars, Planetary Nebulae, and Clusters of Stars; with Remarks on the Construction of the Heavens
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 98-100 (1800)

Chemical Experiments on Guaiacum
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 216-218 (1800)

Chemical Experiments on Zoophytes; With Some Observations on the Component Parts of Membrane. By Charles Hatchett, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 327-402 (1800)

Chemical Experiments on Zoophytes; With Some Observations on the Component Parts of Membrane. By Charles Hatchett, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 327-402 (1800)

Chemical Experiments on Zoophytes; with Some Observations on the Component Parts of Membrane
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 25-26 (1800)

Chemical Researches on the Blood, and Some Other Animal Fluids
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 416-418 (1800)

Concerning the Differences in the Magnetic Needle, on Board the Investigator, Arising from an Alteration in the Direction of the Ship's Head
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 187-188 (1800)

Concerning the State in which the True Sap of Trees Is Deposited during Winter
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 172-175 (1800)

Consideration of Various Points of Analysis
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 506-506 (1800)

Continuation of Experiments for Investigating the Cause of Coloured Concentric Rings, and Other Appearances of a Similar Nature
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 338-339 (1800)

Continuation of an Account of a Peculiar Arrangement in the Arteries Distributed on the Muscles of Slow-Moving Animals, &c
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 132-132 (1800)

Continuation of an Account of the Changes That Have Happened in the Relative Situation of Double Stars
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 158-158 (1800)

Demonstration of a Theorem, by Which Such Portions of the Solidity of a Sphere Are Assigned as Admit an Algebraic Expression
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 42-42 (1800)

Description of a Rare Species of Worm Shells, Discovered at an Island lying off the North-West Coast of the Island of Sumatra, in the East Indies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 233-234 (1800)

Description of a Reflective Goniometer
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 337-337 (1800)

Description of a Single-Lens Micrometer
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 456-457 (1800)

Description of a Triple Sulphuret, of Lead, Antimony, and Copper, from Cornwall; with Some Observations upon the Various Modes of Attraction which Influence the Formation of Mineral Substances, and upon the Different Kinds of Sulphuret of Copper
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 134-138 (1800)

Description of an Apparatus for the Analysis of the Compound Inflammable Gases by Slow Combustion; with Experiments on the Gas from Coal, Explaining Its Application
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 309-310 (1800)

Description of an Extraordinary Human Foetus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 360-362 (1800)

Description of the Anatomy of the Ornithorhynchus hystrix
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 89-90 (1800)

Description of the Arseniates of Copper, and of Iron, from the County of Cornwall
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 43-45 (1800)

Description of the Corundum Stone, and Its Varieties, Commonly Known by the Names of Oriental Ruby, Sapphire, with Observations on Some other Mineral Substances
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 82-87 (1800)

Description of the Mineral Basin in the Counties of Monmouth, Glamorgan, Brecon, Carmarthen, and Pembroke
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 240-241 (1800)

Eclipses of the Satellites of Jupiter
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 312-313 (1800)

Electro-Chemical Researches on the Decomposition of the Earths; with Observations on the Metals Obtained from the Alkaline Earths, and on the Amalgam Procured from Ammonia
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 313-314 (1800)

Experiments and Observations on Certain Stony and Metalline Substances, Which at Different Times Are Said to Have Fallen on the Earth; Also on Various Kinds of Native Iron
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 75-80 (1800)

Experiments and Observations on the Different Modes in Which Death Is Produced by Certain Vegetable Poisons
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 397-398 (1800)

Experiments and Observations on the Influence of the Nerves of the Eighth Pair on the Secretions of the Stomach
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 486-487 (1800)

Experiments and Observations on the Light Which Is Spontaneously Emitted, with Some Degree of Permanency, from Various Bodies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 11-14 (1800)

Experiments and Observations on the Light Which is Spontaneously Emitted, With Some Degree of Permanency, from Various Bodies. By Nathaniel Hulme, M. D. F. R. S. and A. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 161-187 (1800)

Experiments and Observations on the Light Which is Spontaneously Emitted, With Some Degree of Permanency, from Various Bodies. By Nathaniel Hulme, M. D. F. R. S. and A. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 161-187 (1800)

Experiments and Observations on the Motion of the Sap in Trees
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 147-148 (1800)

Experiments and Observations on the Various Alloys, on the Specific Gravity, and on the Comparative Wear of Gold. Being the Substance of a Report Made to the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council, Appointed to take into Consideration the State of the Coins of This Kingdom, and the Present Establishment and Constitution of His Majesty's Mint
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 105-107 (1800)

Experiments for Ascertaining How Far Telescopes Will Enable us to Determine Very Small Angles, and to Distinguish the Real from the Spurious Diameters of Celestial and Terrestrial Objects: With an Application of the Result of these Experiments to a Series of Observations on the Nature and Magnitude of Mr. Harding's Lately Discovered Star
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 166-171 (1800)

Experiments for Investigating the Cause of the Coloured Concentric Rings, Discovered by Sir Isaac Newton, between Two Object-Glasses Laid upon One Another
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 264-268 (1800)

Experiments on Ammonia, and an Account of a New Method of Analysing it, by Combustion with Oxygen and Other Gases
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 345-346 (1800)

Experiments on Wootz
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 183-185 (1800)

Experiments on a Mineral Substance Formerly Supposed to Be Zeolite; with Some Remarks on Two Species of Uran-Glimmer
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 209-210 (1800)

Experiments on the Alcohol of Sulphur, or Sulphuret of Carbon
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 465-467 (1800)

Experiments on the Chemical Production and Agency of Electricity
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 61-61 (1800)

Experiments on the Production of Cold by the Evaporation of the Sulphuret of Carbon
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 473-474 (1800)

Experiments on the Quantity of Gases Absorbed by Water, at Different Temperatures, and under Different Pressures
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 103-104 (1800)

Experiments on the Refrangibility of the Invisible Rays of the Sun
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 22-23 (1800)

Experiments on the Refrangibility of the Invisible Rays of the Sun. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 284-292 (1800)

Experiments on the Refrangibility of the Invisible Rays of the Sun. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 284-292 (1800)

Experiments on the Solar, and on the Terrestrial Rays That Occasion Heat; with a Comparative View of the Laws to Which Light and Heat, or Rather the Rays which Occasion them, Are Subject, in Order to Determine Whether They Are the Same, or Different
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 23-24 (1800)

Experiments on the Solar, and on the Terrestrial Rays that Occasion Heat; With a Comparative View of the Laws to Which Light and Heat, or Rather the Rays Which Occasion Them, are Subject, in Order to Determine Whether They are the Same, or Different. Part I. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 293-326 (1800)

Experiments on the Solar, and on the Terrestrial Rays that Occasion Heat; With a Comparative View of the Laws to Which Light and Heat, or Rather the Rays Which Occasion Them, are Subject, in Order to Determine Whether They are the Same, or Different. Part I. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 293-326 (1800)

Experiments on the Solar, and on the Terrestrial Rays that Occasion Heat; With a Comparative View of the Laws to Which Light and Heat, or Rather the Rays Which Occasion Them, are Subject, in Order to Determine Whether they are the Same, or Different. Part II. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 437-538 (1800)

Experiments on the Solar, and on the Terrestrial Rays that Occasion Heat; With a Comparative View of the Laws to Which Light and Heat, or Rather the Rays Which Occasion Them, are Subject, in Order to Determine Whether they are the Same, or Different. Part II. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 437-538 (1800)

Experiments on the Solar, and on the Terrestrial Rays that Occasion Heat; with a Comparative View of the Laws to Which Light and Heat, or Rather the Rays Which Occasion them, Are Subject, in Order to Determine Whether They Are the Same, or Different
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 30-32 (1800)

Experiments to Ascertain the Coagulating Power of the Secretion of the Gastric Glands
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 452-453 (1800)

Experiments to Ascertain the State in Which Spirit Exists in Fermented Liquors: With a Table Exhibiting the Relative Proportion of Pure Alcohol Contained in Several Kinds of Wine and Some other Liquors
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 408-409 (1800)

Experiments to Prove That Fluids Pass Directly from the Stomach to the Circulation of the Blood, and from Thence into the Cells of the Spleen, the Gall Bladder, and Urinary Bladder, without Going through the Thoracic Duct
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 394-395 (1800)

Further Experiments and Observations on Iodine
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 507-509 (1800)

Further Experiments and Observations on the Action of Poisons on the Animal System
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 427-430 (1800)

Further Experiments and Observations on the Influence of the Brain on the Generation of Animal Heat
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 439-439 (1800)

Further Experiments on the Light of the Cassegrainian Telescope Compared with That of the Gregorian
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 493-494 (1800)

Further Experiments on the Spleen
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 295-297 (1800)

Further Observations on the Effects Which Take Place from the Destruction of the Membrana Tympani of the Ear; with an Account of an Operation for the Removal of a Particular Species of Deafness
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 62-62 (1800)

Hints on the Subject of Animal Secretions
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 342-343 (1800)

Hydraulic Investigations, Subservient to an Intended Croonian Lecture on the Motion of the Blood
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 298-300 (1800)

Inquiries concerning the Nature of a Metallic Substance Lately Sold in London, as a New Metal, under the Title of Palladium
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 121-124 (1800)

Investigation of the Powers of the Prismatic Colours to Heat and Illuminate Objects; With Remarks, That Prove the Different Refrangibility of Radiant Heat. To Which is Added, an Inquiry into the Method of Viewing the Sun Advantageously, with Telescopes of Large Apertures and High Magnifying Powers. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 255-283 (1800)

Investigation of the Powers of the Prismatic Colours to Heat and Illuminate Objects; With Remarks, That Prove the Different Refrangibility of Radiant Heat. To Which is Added, an Inquiry into the Method of Viewing the Sun Advantageously, with Telescopes of Large Apertures and High Magnifying Powers. By William Herschel, LL. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 255-283 (1800)

Investigation of the Powers of the Prismatic Colours to Heat and Illuminate Objects; with Remarks, That Prove the Different Refrangibility of Radiant Heat. To Which Is Added, an Inquiry into the Method of Viewing the Sun Advantageously, with Telescopes of Large Apertures and High Magnifying Powers
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 20-21 (1800)

Methods of Clearing Equations of Quadratic, Cubic, Quadrato-Cubic, and Higher Surds
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 478-479 (1800)

Effects of light quality on growth, secondary metabolites, and oxidative stress tolerance of Gynura bicolor
, Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 27(11): 3577-3584 (2016)

New Method of Computing Logarithms
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 239-240 (1800)

Observation of the Summer Solstice, 1812, at the Royal Observatory
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 443-444 (1800)

Observation of the Winter Solstice of 1812, with the Mural Circle at Greenwich
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 457-457 (1800)

Observations Intended to Show That the Progressive Motion of Snakes Is Partly Performed by Means of the Ribs
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 424-425 (1800)

Observations Relative to the near and Distant Sight of Different Persons
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 444-446 (1800)

Observations Respecting the Natural Production of Saltpetre on the Walls of Subterraneous and other Buildings
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 509-510 (1800)

Observations Tending to Investigate the Nature of the Sun, in Order to Find the Causes or Symptoms of Its Variable Emission of Light and Heat; with Remarks on the Use That May Possibly Be drawn from Solar Observations
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 49-52 (1800)

Observations and Experiments on Pus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 383-384 (1800)

Observations and Experiments on Vision
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 411-413 (1800)

Observations and Experiments upon Dr. James's Powder; with a Method of Preparing, in the Humid Way, a Similar Substance
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 57-58 (1800)

Observations and Experiments upon Oxygenized and Hyperoxygenized Muriatic Acid; and upon Some Combinations of the Muriatic Acid in Its Three States
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 71-75 (1800)

Observations and Measurements of the Planet Vesta
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 270-270 (1800)

Observations and Remarks on the Figure, the Climate, and the Atmosphere of Saturn, and Its Ring
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 246-247 (1800)

Observations of a Comet, Made with a View to Investigate Its Magnitude and the Nature of Its Illumination. To which Is Added, an Account of a New Irregularity Lately Perceived in the Apparent Figure of the Planet Saturn
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 297-298 (1800)

Observations of a Comet, with Remarks on the Construction of Its Different Parts
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 418-420 (1800)

Observations of a Second Comet, with Remarks on Its Construction
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 430-431 (1800)

Observations of the Transit of Mercury over the Disc of the Sun; to which Is Added, an Investigation of the Causes which Often Prevent the Proper Action of Mirrors
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 112-114 (1800)

Observations on Albumen, and Some other Animal Fluids; with Remarks on their Analysis by Electro-Chemical Decomposition
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 341-342 (1800)

Observations on Atmospherical Refraction as It Affects Astronomical Observations
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 371-373 (1800)

Observations on Basalt, and on the Transition from the Vitreous to the Stony Texture, Which Occurs in the Gradual Refrigeration of Melted Basalt; with Some Geological Remarks
, Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1: 151-155 (1800)

Observations on Basalt, and on the Transition from the Vitreous to the Stony Texture, Which Occurs in the Gradual Refrigeration of Melted Basalt; with Some Geological Remarks
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 151-155 (1800)

Observations on a New Species of Hard Carbonate of Lime; Also on a New Species of Oxide of Iron
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 125-126 (1800)

Observations on the Camel's Stomach Respecting the Water It Contains, and the Reservoirs, in Which That Fluid Is Inclosed; with an Account of Some Peculiarities in the Urine
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 243-244 (1800)

Observations on the Change of Some of the Proximate Principles of Vegetables into Bitumen; with Analytical Experiments on a Peculiar Substance Which Is Found with the Bovey Coal
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 159-161 (1800)

Observations on the Chemical Nature of the Humours of the Eye
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 108-109 (1800)

Observations on the Effects Which Take Place from the Destruction of the Membrana Tympani of the Ear
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 10-11 (1800)

Observations on the Functions of the Brain
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 507-507 (1800)

Observations on the Measurement of Three Degrees of the Meridian Conducted in England by Lieut.-Col. William Mudge
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 435-436 (1800)

Observations on the Nature of the New Celestial Body Discovered by Dr. Olbers, and of the Comet Which Was Expected to Appear Last January in Its Return from the Sun
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 271-272 (1800)

Observations on the Orifices Found in Certain Poisonous Snakes, Situated between the Nostril and the Eye. With Some Remarks on the Structure of Those Orifices; and the Description of a Bag Connected with the Eye, Met with in the Same Snakes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 138-139 (1800)

Observations on the Permanency of the Variation of the Compass at Jamaica
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 241-242 (1800)

Observations on the Shell of the Sea Worm Found on the Coast of Sumatra, Proving It to Belong to a Species of Teredo; with an Account of the Anatomy of the Teredo Navalis
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 234-236 (1800)

Observations on the Singular Figure of the Planet Saturn
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 203-204 (1800)

Observations on the Structure of the Different Cavities Which Constitute the Stomach of the Whale, Compared with Those of Ruminating Animals, with a View to Ascertain the Situation of the Digestive Organ
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 256-258 (1800)

Observations on the Structure of the Stomachs of Different Animals, with a View to Elucidate the Process of Converting Animal and Vegetable Substances into Chyle
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 261-264 (1800)

Observations on the Structure of the Tongue; Illustrated by Cases in which a Portion of that Organ Has Been Removed by Ligature
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 111-112 (1800)

Observations on the Structure, and Mode of Growth, of the Grinding Teeth of the Wild Boar, and Animal Incognitum
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 52-53 (1800)

Observations on the Two Lately Discovered Celestial Bodies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 80-82 (1800)

Observations on the Variation, and on the Dip of the Magnetic Needle, Made at the Apartments of the Royal Society, between the Years 1786 and 1805 Inclusive
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 244-245 (1800)

Observations upon Luminous Animals
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 379-383 (1800)

Observations upon the Marine Barometer, Made during the Examination of the Coasts of New Holland and New South Wales, in the Years 1801, 1802, and 1803
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 230-232 (1800)

Of the Attraction of Such Solids as Are Terminated by Planes; and of Solids of Greatest Attraction
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 433-433 (1800)

Of the Penetration of a Hemisphere by an Indefinite Number of Equal and Similar Cylinders
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 434-434 (1800)

Of the Rectification of the Conic Sections
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 97-98 (1800)

On Cystic Oxide, a New Species of Urinary Calculus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 376-377 (1800)

On Double Images Caused by Atmospherical Refraction
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 16-18 (1800)

On Double Images Caused by Atmospherical Refraction. By William Hyde Wollaston, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 239-254 (1800)

On Double Images Caused by Atmospherical Refraction. By William Hyde Wollaston, M. D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 239-254 (1800 )

On Expectorated Matter
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 339-341 (1800)

On New Properties of Light Exhibited in the Optical Phenomena of Mother-Of-Pearl, and other Bodies to Which the Superficial Structure of That Substance Can Be Communicated
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 502-504 (1800)

On Platina and Native Palladium from Brazil
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 330-331 (1800)

On Some Combinations of Phosphorus and Sulphur, and on Some other Subjects of Chemical Inquiry
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 440-441 (1800)

On Some Properties of Light
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 453-454 (1800)

On Super-Acid and Sub-Acid Salts
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 289-290 (1800)

On Two Metals, Found in the Black Powder Remaining after the Solution of Platina
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 161-162 (1800)

On a Case of Nervous Affection Cured by Pressure of the Carotids; with Some Physiological Remarks
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 390-391 (1800)

On a Combination of Oxymuriatic Gas and Oxygen Gas
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 393-394 (1800)

On a Fossil Human Skeleton from Guadaloupe
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 487-489 (1800)

On a Gaseous Compound of Carbonic Oxide and Chlorine
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 420-422 (1800)

On a Method of Analysing Stones Containing Fixed Alkali, by Means of the Boracic Acid
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 196-196 (1800)

On a Method of Examining the Divisions of Astronomical Instruments
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 335-336 (1800)

On a Method of Freezing at a Distance
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 448-449 (1800)

On a Native Arseniate of Lead
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 331-332 (1800)

On a New Construction of a Condenser and Air-Pump
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 460-461 (1800)

On a New Detonating Compound
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 441-442 (1800)

On a New Fulminating Mercury
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 18-19 (1800)

On a New Fulminating Mercury. By Edward Howard, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 204-238 (1800)

On a New Fulminating Mercury. By Edward Howard, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 204-238 (1800)

On a New Metal, Found in Crude Platina
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 162-163 (1800)

On a New Principle of Constructing His Majesty's Ships of War
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 496-498 (1800)

On a New Property of the Tangents of Three Arches Trisecting the Circumference of a Circle
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 293-293 (1800)

On a New Variety in the Breeds of Sheep
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 451-452 (1800)

On a Periscopic Camera Obscura and Microscope
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 438-438 (1800)

On a Remarkable Application of Cotes's Theorem
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 442-443 (1800)

On a Saline Substance from Mount Vesuvius
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 474-475 (1800)

On a Substance from the Elm Tree, Called Ulmin
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 447-448 (1800)

On an Artificial Substance which Possesses the Principal Characteristic Properties of Tannin
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 190-194 (1800)

On an Easier Mode of Procuring Potassium than That Which Is Now Adopted
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 513-513 (1800)

On an Improved Reflecting Circle
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 56-57 (1800)

On an Improvement in the Manner of Dividing Astronomical Instruments
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 333-335 (1800)

On the Action of Platina and Mercury upon Each other
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 175-180 (1800)

On the Affections of Light Transmitted through Crystallized Bodies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 490-491 (1800)

On the Attractions of Homogeneous Ellipsoids
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 341-341 (1800)

On the Attractions of an Extensive Class of Spheroids
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 415-415 (1800)

On the Causes Which Influence the Direction of the Growth of Roots
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 398-400 (1800)

On the Changes Produced in Atmospheric Air, and Oxygen Gas, by Respiration
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 305-308 (1800)

On the Colouring Matter of the Black Bronchial Glands and of the Black Spots of the Lungs
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 464-464 (1800)

On the Comparative Influence of Male and Female Parents on their Offspring
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 343-344 (1800)

On the Composition of Emery
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 94-94 (1800)

On the Composition of the Compound Sulphuret from Huel Boys, and an Account of Its Crystals
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 284-285 (1800)

On the Declinations of Some of the Principal Fixed Stars; with a Description of an Astronomical Circle, and Some Remarks on the Construction of Circular Instruments
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 245-245 (1800)

On the Different Structures and Situations of the Solvent Glands in the Digestive Organs of Birds, according to the Nature of Their Food and Particular Modes of Life
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 439-440 (1800)

On the Direction and Velocity of the Motion of the Sun, and Solar System
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 197-199 (1800)

On the Direction of the Radicle and Germen during the Vegetation of Seeds
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 218-220 (1800)

On the Discovery of Palladium; with Observations on other Substances Found with Platina
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 207-208 (1800)

On the Economy of Bees
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 268-269 (1800)

On the Effect of Westerly Winds in Raising the Level of the British Channel
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 344-344 (1800)

On the Electricity Excited by the Mere Contact of Conducting Substances of Different Kinds
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 27-29 (1800)

On the Expansion of Any Functions of Multinomials
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 390-390 (1800 )

On the Formation of Fat in the Intestines of Living Animals
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 462-463 (1800)

On the Formation of the Bark of Trees
, Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1: 258-260 (1800)

On the Formation of the Bark of Trees
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 258-260 (1800)

On the Gizzards of Grazing Birds
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 370-371 (1800)

On the Grounds of the Method Which Laplace Has Given in the Second Chapter of the Third Book of His Mecanique Celeste for Computing the Attractions of Spheroids of Every Description
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 413-415 (1800)

On the Identity of Columbium and Tantalum
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 336-337 (1800)

On the Inconvertibility of Bark into Alburnum
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 290-291 (1800)

On the Independence of the Analytical and Geometrical Methods of Investigation; and on the Advantages to Be Derived from their Separation
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 70-71 (1800)

On the Influence of the Nerves upon the Action of the Arteries
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 513-514 (1800)

On the Integration of Certain Differential Expressions, with Which Problems in Physical Astronomy Are Connected, &c
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 150-150 ( 1800)

On the Inverted Action of the Alburnous Vessels of Trees
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 236-239 (1800)

On the Light of the Cassegrainian Telescope, Compared with That of the Gregorian
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 468-469 (1800)

On the Magnetic Attraction of Oxides of Iron
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 204-205 (1800)

On the Means of Procuring a Steady Light in Coal Mines without the Danger of Explosion
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 467-468 (1800)

On the Means of Producing a Double Distillation by the Same Heat
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 514-515 (1800)

On the Method of Determining, from the Real Probabilities of Life, the Values of Contingent Reversions in Which Three Lives Are Involved in the Survivorship
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 4-4 (1800)

On the Method of Determining, from the Real Probabilities of Life, the Values of Contingent Reversions in Which Three Lives are Involved in the Survivorship. By William Morgan, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 22-45 (1800)

On the Method of Determining, from the Real Probabilities of Life, the Values of Contingent Reversions in Which Three Lives are Involved in the Survivorship. By William Morgan, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 22-45 (1800)

On the Mode of Breeding of the Ovo-Viviparous Shark, and on the Aeration of the faetal Blood in Different Classes of Animals
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 374-376 (1800)

On the Motions of the Tendrils of Plants
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 434-435 (1800)

On the Nature of the Intervertebral Substance in Fish and Quadrupeds
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 329-330 (1800)

On the Nature of the Salts Termed Triple Prussiates, and on Acids Formed by the Union of Certain Bodies with the Elements of the Prussic Acid
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 510-511 (1800)

On the Necessary Truth of Certain Conclusions Obtained by Means of Imaginary Quantities
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 39-40 (1800)

On the Non-Existence of Sugar in the Blood of Persons Labouring under Diabetes Mellitus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 391-392 (1800)

On the Oblique Refraction of Iceland Crystal
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 92-92 (1800)

On the Origin and Formation of Roots
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 328-329 (1800)

On the Origin and Office of the Alburnum of Trees
, Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 1: 311-312 (1800)

On the Origin and Office of the Alburnum of Trees
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 311-312 (1800)

On the Parts of Trees Primarily Impaired by Age
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 368-370 (1800)

On the Polarization of Light by Oblique Transmission through All Bodies, Whether Crystallized or Uncrystallized
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 492-493 (1800)

On the Power of Penetrating into Space by Telescopes; With a Comparative Determination of the Extent of That Power in Natural Vision, and in Telescopes of Various Sizes and Constructions; Illustrated by Select Observations. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 49-85 (1800)

On the Power of Penetrating into Space by Telescopes; With a Comparative Determination of the Extent of That Power in Natural Vision, and in Telescopes of Various Sizes and Constructions; Illustrated by Select Observations. By William Herschel, LL.D. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 49-85 (1800)

On the Power of Penetrating into Space by Telescopes; with a Comparative Determination of the Extent of That Power in Natural Vision, and in Telescopes of Various Sizes and Constructions; Illustrated by Select Observations
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 5-7 (1800)

On the Precession of the Equinoxes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 253-254 (1800)

On the Primitive Crystals of Carbonate of Lime, Bitter-Spar, and Iron-Spar
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 423-424 (1800)

On the Production of Artificial Cold by Means of Muriate of Lime
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 40-41 (1800)

On the Quantity and Velocity of the Solar Motion
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 226-229 (1800)

On the Quantity of Carbon in Carbonic Acid, and on the Nature of the Diamond
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 272-275 (1800)

On the Rectification of the Hyperbola by Means of Two Ellipses; Proving That Method to Be Circuitous, and Such as Requires Much More Calculation than Is Requisite by an Appropriate Theorem
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 393-393 (1800)

On the Reproduction of Buds
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 200-201 (1800)

On the Solar Eclipse Which Is Said to Have Been Predicted by Thales
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 400-402 (1800)

On the Structure and Uses of the Spleen
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 283-284 (1800)

On the Tusks of the Narwhale
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 458-458 (1800)

Outlines of Experiments and Inquiries Respecting Sound and Light
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 8-10 (1800)

Propositions Containing Some Properties of Tangents to Circles; and of Trapeziums Inscribed in Circles, and Non-Inscribed. Together with Propositions on the Elliptic Representations of Circles, upon a Plane Surface, by Perspective
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 502-502 (1800)

Quelques Remarques sur la Chaleur, et sur l'Action des Corps qui l'interceptent
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 94-97 (1800)

Remarks on the Employment of Oblique Riders, and on other Alterations in the Construction of Ships
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 498-500 (1800)

Remarks on the Voluntary Expansion of the Skin of the Neck, in the Cobra de Capello or Hooded Snake of the East Indies. and with a Description of the Structure of the Parts Which Perform That Office
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 157-158 (1800)

Researches on the Oxymuriatic Acid, Its Nature and Combinations; and on the Elements of the Muriatic Acid. With Some Experiments on Sulphur and Phosphorus, Made in the Laboratory of the Royal Institution
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 377-379 (1800)

Some Account of Cretinism
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 292-293 (1800)

Some Account of Two Mummies of the Egyptian Ibis, One of which was in a Remarkably Perfect State
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 201-203 (1800)

Some Account of the Fossil Remains of an Animal More Nearly Allied to Fishes than Any of the other Classes of Animals
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 512-513 (1800)

Some Experiments and Observations on a New Substance Which Becomes a Violet-Coloured Gas by Heat
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 483-485 (1800)

Some Experiments and Observations on the Substances Produced in Different Chemical Processes on Fluor Spar
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 475-477 (1800)

Some Experiments on the Combustion of the Diamond and other carbonaceous Substances
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 511-512 (1800)

Some Further Observations on Atmospherical Refraction
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 500-501 (1800)

Some Further Observations on a New Detonating Substance
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 472-473 (1800)

Some Observations on Mr. Brande's Paper on Calculi
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 305-305 (1800)

Some Observations on the Foregoing Paper of Dr. Henry
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 346-347 (1800)

Some Observations on the Head of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 29-30 (1800)

Some Observations on the Head of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus. By Everard Home, Esq. F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 432-436 (1800)

Some Observations on the Head of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus. By Everard Home, Esq. F.R.S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 432-436 (1800)

Supplement to the First and Second Part of the Paper of Experiments for Investigating the Cause of Coloured Concentric Rings between Object-Glasses, and other Appearances of a Similar Nature
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 365-368 (1800)

The Application of a Method of Differences to the Species of Series Whose Sums Are Obtained by Mr. Landen, by the Help of Impossible Quantities
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 224-224 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture for 1809. On Some New Electrochemical Researches, on Various Objects, Particularly the Metallic Bodies, from the Alkalies, and Earths, and on Some Combinations of Hydrogen
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 350-354 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture on the Force of Percussion
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 213-216 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture, on Some Chemical Agencies of Electricity
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 247-253 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture, on Some New Phenomena of Chemical Changes Produced by Electricity, Particularly the Decomposition of the Fixed Alkalies, and the Exhibition of the New Substances Which Constitute Their Bases; and on the General Nature of Alkaline Bodies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 278-283 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture. An Account of Some New Analytical Researches on the Nature of Certain Bodies, Particularly the Alkalies, Phosphorus, Sulphur, Carbonaceous Matter, and the Acids Hitherto Undecompounded; with Some General Observations on Chemical Theory
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 318-322 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture. Experiments and Calculations Relative to Physical Optics
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 131-132 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture. Observations on the Quantity of Horizontal Refraction; with a Method of Measuring the Dip at Sea
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 100-101 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture. On Some of the Combinations of Oxymuriatic Gas and Oxygen, and on the Chemical Relations of These Principles, to Inflammable Bodies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 385-388 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture. On the Elementary Particles of Certain Crystals
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 446-447 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture. On the Mechanism of the Eye
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 35-39 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture. On the Theory of Light and Colours
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 63-67 (1800)

The Bakerian Lecture: On Some New Electro-Chemical Phenomena
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 480-481 (1800)

The Case of a Full-Grown Woman in Whom the Ovaria Were Deficient
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 194-195 (1800)

The Case of a Man, Who Died in Consequence of the Bite of a Rattlesnake; with an Account of the Effects Produced by the Poison
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 354-355 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture on Muscular Motion
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 163-166 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture on the Arrangement and Mechanical Action of the Muscles of Fishes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 210-213 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 348-350 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture. On Some Physiological Researches, Respecting the Influence of the Brain on the Action of the Heart, and on the Generation of Animal Heat
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 388-390 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture. On the Functions of the Heart and Arteries
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 314-316 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture. On the Irritability of Nerves
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 33-35 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture. On the Power of the Eye to Adjust Itself to Different Distances, When Deprived of the Crystalline Lens
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 62-63 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture. On the Structure and Uses of the Membrana Tympani of the Ear
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 1-3 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture. On the Structure and Uses of the Membrana Tympani of the Ear. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 1-21 (1800)

The Croonian Lecture. On the Structure and Uses of the Membrana Tympani of the Ear. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90: 1-21 (1800)

The Physiology of the Stapes, One of the Bones of the Organ of Hearing; Deduced from a Comparative View of Its Structure and Uses in Different Animals
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 1: 188-190 (1800)

A Continuation of the Experiments and Observations on the Light Which is Spontaneously Emitted from Various Bodies; With Some Experiments and Observations on Solar Light, When Imbibed by Canton's Phosphorus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 403-426 (1801)

A Historical and Anatomical Description of a Doubtful Amphibious Animal of Germany, Called, by Laurenti, Proteus anguinus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 241-264 (1801)

Account of Some Experiments on the Ascent of the Sap in Trees
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 333-353 (1801)

Account of an Elephant's Tusk, in Which the Iron Head of a Spear Was Found Imbedded
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 165-168 (1801)

Account of the Discovery of Silver in Herland Copper Mine
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 159-164 (1801)

Additional Observations Tending to Investigate the Symptoms of the Variable Emission of the Light and Heat of the Sun; With Trials to Set Aside Darkening Glasses, by Transmitting the Solar Rays through Liquids; And a Few Remarks to Remove Objections That Might Be Made against Some of the Arguments Contained in the Former Paper
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 354-362 (1801)

An Account of Some Galvanic Combinations, Formed by the Arrangement of Single Metallic Plates and Fluids, Analogous to the New Galvanic Apparatus of Mr. Volta
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 397-402 (1801)

An Anatomical Description of a Male Rhinoceros
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 145-152 (1801)

Analysis of the Arseniates of Copper, and of Iron, Described in the Preceding Paper; Likewise an Analysis of the Red Octaedral Copper Ore of Cornwall; With Remarks on Some Particular Modes of Analysis
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 193-240 (1801)

Effects of light quality on leaf senescence and endogenous hormones content in grapevine under protected cultivation
, Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 28(11): 3535-3543 (2017)

Demonstration of a Theorem, by Which Such Portions of the Solidity of a Sphere Are Assigned as Admit an Algebraic Expression
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 153-158 (1801)

Description of the Arseniates of Copper, and of Iron, from the County of Cornwall
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 169-192 (1801)

Experiments on the Chemical Production and Agency of Electricity
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 427-434 (1801)

Farther Observations on the Effects Which Take Place from the Destruction of the Membrana Tympani of the Ear; With an Account of an Operation for the Removal of a Particular Species of Deafness
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 435-450 (1801)

Observations Tending to Investigate the Nature of the Sun, in Order to Find the Causes or Symptoms of Its Variable Emission of Light and Heat; With Remarks on the Use That May Possibly Be Drawn from Solar Observations
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 265-318 (1801)

Observations and Experiments upon Dr. James's Powder; With a Method of Preparing, in the Humid Way, a Similar Substance
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 375-381 (1801)

Observations on the Structure, and Mode of Growth, of the Grinding Teeth of the Wild Boar, and Animal Incognitum
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 319-332 (1801)

On an Improved Reflecting Circle
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 363-374 (1801)

On the Necessary Truth of Certain Conclusions Obtained by means of Imaginary Quantities
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 89-119 (1801)

On the Production of Artificial Cold by means of Muriate of Lime
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 120-138 (1801)

The Bakerian Lecture: On the Mechanism of the Eye
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 23-88 (1801)

The Croonian Lecture: On the Irritability of Nerves
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91: 1-22 (1801)

A Description of the Anatomy of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 67-84 (1802)

A Method of Examining Refractive and Dispersive Powers, by Prismatic Reflection
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 365-380 (1802)

An Account of Some Cases of the Production of Colours, not Hitherto Described
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 387-397 (1802)

An Analysis of a Mineral Substance from North America, Containing a Metal Hitherto Unknown
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 49-66 (1802)

Analysis of Corundum, and of Some of the Substances Which Accompany It; with Observations on the Affinities Which the Earths Have Been Supposed to have for Each Other, in the Humid Way
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 327-347 (1802)

Catalogue of 500 New Nebulae, Nebulous Stars, Planetary Nebulae, and Clusters of Stars; With Remarks on the Construction of the Heavens
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 477-528 (1802)

Description of the Anatomy of the Ornithorhynchus Hystrix
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 348-364 (1802)

Description of the Corundum Stone, and Its Varieties, Commonly Known by the Names of Oriental Ruby, Sapphire, &c.; with Observations on Some Other Mineral Substances
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 233-326 (1802)

Description of the Corundum Stone, and Its Varieties, Commonly Known by the Names of Oriental Ruby, Sapphire, with Observations on Some Other Mineral Substances
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 233-326 (1802)

Experiments and Observations on Certain Stony and Metalline Substances, Which at Different Times are Said to Have Fallen on the Earth; Also on Various Kinds of Native Iron
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 168-212 (1802)

Observations and Experiments upon Oxygenized and Hyperoxygenized Muriatic Acid; and upon Some Combinations of the Muriatic Acid in Its Three States
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 126-167 (1802)

Observations on the Two Lately Discovered Celestial Bodies
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 213-232 (1802)

Of the Rectification of the Conic Sections
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 448-476 (1802)

On the Composition of Emery
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 398-402 (1802)

On the Independence of the Analytical and Geometrical Methods of Investigation; and on the Advantages to be Derived from Their Separation
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 85-125 (1802)

On the Oblique Refraction of Iceland Crystal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 381-386 (1802)

Quelques Remarques Sur la Chaleur, et sur l'Action des Corps qui l'Interceptent
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 403-447 (1802)

The Bakerian Lecture: On the Theory of Light and Colours
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 12-48 (1802)

The Croonian Lecture: On the Power of the Eye to Adjust Itself to Different Distances, When Deprived of the Crystalline Lens
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92: 1-11 (1802)

A Chemical Analysis of Some Calamines
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 12-28 (1803)

Account of Some Experiments on the Descent of the Sap in Trees
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 277-289 (1803)

Account of the Changes That Have Happened, during the Last Twenty-Five Years, in the Relative Situation of Double-Stars; With an Investigation of the Cause to Which They Are Owing
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 339-382 (1803)

An Account of Some Experiments and Observations on the Constituent Parts of Certain Astringent Vegetables; And on Their Operation in Tranning
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 233-273 (1803)

An Account of Some Stones Said to Have Fallen on the Earth in France; And of a Lump of Native Iron, Said to Have Fallen in India
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 200-204 (1803)

An Account of the Measurement of an Arc of the Meridian, Extending from Dunnose, in the Isle of Wight, Latitude 50 degrees 37Formula 8Formula, to Clifton, in Yorkshire, Latitude 53 degrees 27Formula 31Formula, in Course of the Operations Carried on for the Trigonometrical Survey of England, in the Years 1800, 1801, and 1802
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 383-508 (1803)

An Account of the Measurement of an Arc of the Meridian, Extending from Dunnose, in the Isle of Wight, Latitude 50 degrees 378 , to Clifton, in Yorkshire, Latitude 53 degrees 2731 , in Course of the Operations Carried on for the Trigonometrical Survey of England, in the Years 1800, 1801, and 1802
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 383-508 (1803)

An Account of the Sinking of the Dutch Frigate Ambuscade, of 32 Guns, Near the Great Nore; With the Mode Used in Recovering Her
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 321-324 (1803)

Enquiries Concerning the Nature of a Metallic Substance Lately Sold in London, as a New Metal, under the Title of Palladium
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 290-320 (1803)

Experiments and Observations on the Various Alloys, on the Specific Gravity, and on the Comparative Wear of Gold. Being the Substance of a Report Made to the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council, Appointed to Take into Consideration the State of the Coins of This Kingdom, and the Present Establishment and Constitution of His Majesty's Mint
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 43-194 (1803)

Experiments on the Quantity of Gases Absorbed by Water, at Different Temperatures, and under Different Pressures
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 29-274 (1803)

Observations of the Transit of Mercury over the Disk of the Sun; To Which is Added, an Investigation of the Causes Which Often Prevent the Proper Action of Mirrors
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 214-232 (1803)

Observations on a New Species of Hard Carbonate of Lime; Also on a New Species of Oxide of Iron
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 325-338 (1803)

Observations on the Chemical Nature of the Humours of the Eye
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 195-199 (1803)

Observations on the Structure of the Tongue; Illustrated by Cases in Which a Portion of That Organ Has Been Removed by Ligature
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 205-213 (1803)

The Bakerian Lecture: Observations on the Quantity of Horizontal Refraction; With a Method of Measuring the Dip at Sea
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93: 1-11 (1803)

An Account of a Curious Phenomenon Observed on the Glaciers of Chamouny; Together with Some Occasional Observations concerning the Propagation of Heat in Fluids
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 23-29 (1804)

An Analysis of the Magnetical Pyrites; With Remarks on Some of the Other Sulphurets of Iron
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 315-345 (1804)

An Enquiry concerning the Nature of Heat, and the Mode of Its Communication
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 77-182 (1804)

Analysis of a Triple Sulphuret, of Lead, Antimony, and Copper, from Cornwall
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 63-69 (1804)

Analytical Experiments and Observations on Lac
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 191-218 (1804)

Continuation of an Account of a Peculiar Arrangement in the Arteries Distributed on the Muscles of Slow-Moving Animals, &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 17-22 (1804)

Continuation of an Account of a Peculiar Arrangement in the Arteries Distributed on the Muscles of Slow-Moving Animals, &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 17-22 (1804)

Continuation of an Account of the Changes That Have Happened in the Relative Situation of Double Stars
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 353-384 (1804)

Description of a Triple Sulphuret, of Lead, Antimony, and Copper, from Cornwall; With Some Observations upon the Various Modes of Attraction Which Influence the Formation of Mineral Substances, and upon the Different Kinds of Sulphuret of Copper
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 30-62 (1804)

Experiments and Observations on the Motion of the Sap in Trees
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 183-190 (1804)

Observations on Basalt, and on the Transition from the Vitreous to the Stony Texture, Which Occurs in the Gradual Refrigeration of Melted Basalt; With Some Geological Remarks
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 279-314 (1804)

Observations on the Change of Some of the Proximate Principles of Vegetables into Bitumen; With Analytical Experiments on a Peculiar Substance Which is Found with the Bovey Coal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 385-410 (1804)

Observations on the Orifices Found in Certain Poisonous Snakes, Situated between the Nostril and the Eye. By Patrick Russell, M. D. F. R. S. With Some Remarks on the Structure of Those Orifices; And the Description of a Bag Connected with the Eye, Met with in the Same Snakes. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 70-76 (1804)

Observations on the Orifices Found in Certain Poisonous Snakes, Situated between the Nostril and the Eye. By Patrick Russell, M. D. F. R. S. With Some Remarks on the Structure of Those Orifices; And the Description of a Bag Connected with the Eye, Met with in the Same Snakes. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 70-76 (1804)

On Two Metals, Found in the Black Powder Remaining after the Solution of Platina
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 411-418 (1804)

On a New Metal, Found in Crude Platina
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 419-430 (1804)

On the Integration of Certain Differential Expressions, with Which Problems in Physical Astronomy Are Connected, &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 219-278 (1804)

On the Integration of Certain Differential Expressions, with Which Problems in Physical Astronomy Are Connected, &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 219-278 (1804)

Remarks on the Voluntary Expansion of the Skin of the Neck, in the Cobra de Capello or Hooded Snake of the East Indies. By Patrick Russell, M.D. F.R.S. With a Description of the Structure of the Parts Which Perform That Office. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 346-352 (1804)

Remarks on the Voluntary Expansion of the Skin of the Neck, in the Cobra de Capello or Hooded Snake of the East Indies. By Patrick Russell, M.D. F.R.S. With a Description of the Structure of the Parts Which Perform That Office. By Everard Home, Esq. F. R. S
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 346-352 (1804)

The Bakerian Lecture: Experiments and Calculations Relative to Physical Optics
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94: 1-16 (1804)

A Description of Malformation in the Heart of an Infant
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 228-230 (1805)

Effects of Lignans from Schisandra chinensis Rattan Stems against Aβ 1-42 -Induced Memory Impairment in Rats and Neurotoxicity in Primary Neuronal Cells
, Molecules 23(4): (2018)

Additional Experiments and Remarks on an Artificial Substance, Which Possesses the Principal Characteristic Properties of Tannin
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 285-315 (1805)

An Account of Some Analytical Experiments on a Mineral Production from Devonshire, Consisting Principally of Alumine and Water
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 155-162 (1805)

An Essay on the Cohesion of Fluids
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 65-87 (1805)

An Investigation of All the Changes of the Variable Star in Sobieski's Shield, from Five Year's Observations, Exhibiting Its Proportional Illuminated Parts, and Its Irregularities of Rotation; With Conjectures Respecting Unenlightened Heavenly Bodies
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 131-154 (1805)

Concerning the Differences in the Magnetic Needle, on Board the Investigator, Arising from an Alteration in the Direction of the Ship's Head
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 186-197 (1805)

Concerning the State in Which the True Sap of Trees Is Deposited during Winter
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 88-103 (1805)

Experiments for Ascertaining How Far Telescopes Will Enable Us to Determine Very Small Angles, and to Distinguish the Real from the Spurious Diameters of Celestial and Terrestrial Objects: With an Application of the Result of These Experiments to a Series of Observations on the Nature and Magnitude of Mr. Harding's Lately Discovered Star
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 31-64 (1805)

Experiments on Wootz
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 163-175 (1805)

Experiments on a Mineral Substance Formerly Supposed to be Zeolite; With Some Remarks on Two Species of Uran-Glimmer
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 331-348 (1805)

Observations on the Singular Figure of the Planet Saturn
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 272-280 (1805)

On a Method of Analyzing Stones Containing Fixed Alkali, by means of the Boracic Acid
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 231-232 (1805)

On an Artificial Substance Which Possesses the Principal Characteristic Properties of Tannin
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 211-224 (1805)

On the Action of Platina and Mercury upon Each Other
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 104-130 (1805)

On the Direction and Velocity of the Motion of the Sun, and Solar System
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 233-256 (1805)

On the Discovery of Palladium; With Observations on Other Substances Found with Platina
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 316-330 (1805)

On the Magnetic Attraction of Oxides of Iron
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 281-284 (1805)

On the Reproduction of Buds
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 257-263 (1805)

Some Account of Two Mummies of the Egyptian Ibis, One of Which Was in a Remarkably Perfect State
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 264-271 (1805)

The Case of a Full Grown Woman in Whom the Ovaria Were Deficient
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 225-227 (1805)

The Croonian Lecture: On Muscular Motion
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 1-30 (1805)

The Physiology of the Stapes, One of the Bones of the Organ of Hearing; Deduced from a Comparative View of Its Structure, and Uses, in Different Animals
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95: 198-210 (1805)

A New Demonstration of the Binomial Theorem, When the Exponent Is a Positive or Negative Fraction
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 305-326 (1806)

A Third Series of Experiments on an Artificial Substance, Which Possesses the Principal Characteristic Properties of Tannin; With Some Remarks on Coal
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 109-146 (1806)

Account of a Discovery of Native Minium
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 267-268 (1806)

An Account of a Small Lobe of the Human Prostate Gland, Which Has Not before Been Taken Notice of by Anatomists
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 195-204 (1806)

Chemical Experiments on Guaiacum
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 89-98 (1806)

Description of a Rare Species of Worm Shells, Discovered at an Island Lying off the North-West Coast of the Island of Sumatra, in the East Indies
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 269-275 (1806)

Description of the Mineral Bason in the Counties of Monmouth, Glamorgan, Brecon, Carmarthen, and Pembroke
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 342-347 (1806)

Memoire sur les Quantites Imaginaires
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: Vi-88 (1806)

New Method of Computing Logarithms
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 327-341 (1806)

Observations and Remarks on the Figure, the Climate, and the Atmosphere of Saturn, and Its Ring
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 455-467 (1806)

Observations on the Camel's Stomach Respecting the Water It Contains, and the Reservoirs, in Which That Fluid Is Inclosed; With an Account of Some Peculiarities in the Urine
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 357-384 (1806)

Observations on the Permanency of the Variation of the Compass of Jamaica
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 348-356 (1806)

Observations on the Shell of the Sea Worm Found on the Coast of Sumatra, Proving It to Belong to a Species of Teredo; With an Account of the Anatomy of the Teredo navalis
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 276-292 (1806)

Observations on the Variation, and on the Dip of the Magnetic Needle, Made at the Apartments of the Royal Society, between the Years 1786 and 1805 Inclusive
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 385-419 (1806)

Observations upon the Marine Barometer, Made during the Examination of the Coasts of New Holland and New South Wales, in the Years 1801, 1802, and 1803
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 239-266 (1806)

On the Declinations of Some of the Principal Fixed Stars; With a Description of an Astronomical Circle, and Some Remarks on the Construction of Circular Instruments
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 420-454 (1806)

On the Direction of the Radicle and Germen during the Vegetation of Seeds
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 99-108 (1806)

On the Inverted Action of the Alburnous Vessels of Trees
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 293-304 (1806)

On the Quantity and Velocity of the Solar Motion
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 205-237 (1806)

The Application of a Method of Differences to the Species of Series Whose Sums Are Obtained by Mr. Landen, by the Help of Impossible Quantities
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 147-194 (1806)

The Bakerian Lecture: On the Force of Percussion
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 13-22 (1806)

The Croonian Lecture: On the Arrangement and Mechanical Action of the Muscles of Fishes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96: 1-12 (1806)

A New Eudiometer, Accompanied with Experiments, Elucidating Its Application
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 247-259 (1807)

An Account of Two Children Born with Cataracts in Their Eyes, to Shew That Their Sight Was Obscured in Very Different Degrees; With Experiments to Determine the Proportional Knowledge of Objects Acquired by Them Immediately after the Cataracts Were Removed
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 83-92 (1807)

An Account of the Relistian Tin Mine
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 293-295 (1807)

An Analysis of the Waters of the Dead Sea and the River Jordan
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 296-314 (1807)

An Investigation of the General Term of an Important Series in the Inverse Method of Finite Differences
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 114-132 (1807)

Experiments for Investigating the Cause of the Coloured Concentric Rings, Discovered by Sir Isaac Newton, between Two Object-Glasses Laid upon One Another
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 180-233 (1807)

Observations and Measurements of the Planet Vesta
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 245-246 (1807)

Observations on the Nature of the New Celestial Body Discovered by Dr. Olbers, and of the Comet Which Was Expected to Appear Last January in Its Return from the Sun
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 260-266 (1807)

Observations on the Structure of the Different Cavities, Which Constitute the Stomach of the Whale, Compared with Those of Ruminating Animals, with a View to Ascertain the Situation of the Digestive Organ
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 93-102 (1807)

Observations on the Structure of the Stomachs of Different Animals, with a View to Elucidate the Process of Converting Animal and Vegetable Substances into Chyle
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 139-178 (1807)

On the Economy of Bees
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 234-244 (1807)

On the Formation of the Bark of Trees
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 103-113 (1807)

On the Precession of the Equinoxes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 57-82 (1807)

On the Quantity of Carbon in Carbonic Acid, and on the Nature of the Diamond
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 267-292 (1807)

The Bakerian Lecture: On Some Chemical Agencies of Electricity
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97: 1-56 (1807)

An Account of Some Peculiarities in the Anatomical Structure of the Wombat, with Observations on the Female Organs of Generation
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 304-312 (1808)

An Account of the Application of the Gas from Coal to Economical Purposes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 124-132 (1808)

Description of an Apparatus for the Analysis of the Compound Inflammable Gases by Slow Combustion; With Experiments on the Gas from Coal, Explaining Its Application
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 282-303 (1808)

Eclipses of the Satellites of Jupiter
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 322-332 (1808)

Electro-Chemical Researches, on the Decomposition of the Earths; With Observations on the Metals Obtained from the Alkaline Earths, and on the Amalgam Procured from Ammonia
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 333-370 (1808)

Further Experiments on the Spleen
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 133-142 (1808)

Hydraulic Investigations, Subservient to an Intended Croonian Lecture on the Motion of the Blood
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 164-186 (1808)

Observations of a Comet, Made with a View to Investigate Its Magnitude and the Nature of Its Illumination. To Which is Added, an Account of a New Irregularity Lately Perceived in the Apparent Figure of the Planet Saturn
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 145-163 (1808)

On Super-Acid and Sub-Acid Salts
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 96-102 (1808)

On a New Property of the Tangents of Three Arches Trisecting the Circumference of a Circle
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 122-123 (1808)

On a New Property of the Tangents of the Three Angles of a Plane Triangle
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 120-121 (1808)

On the Changes Produced in Atmospheric Air, and Oxygen Gas, by Respiration
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 249-281 (1808)

On the Composition of the Compound Sulphuret from Huel Boys, and an Account of Its Crystals
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 55-62 (1808)

On the Inconvertibility of Bark into Alburnum
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 103-110 (1808)

On the Origin and Office of the Alburnum of Trees
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 313-321 (1808)

On the Structure and Uses of the Spleen
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 45-54 (1808)

Some Account of Cretinism
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 111-119 (1808)

Some Observations on Mr. Brande's Paper on Calculi
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 244-248 (1808)

The Bakerian Lecture: On Some New Phenomena of Chemical Changes Produced by Electricity, Particularly the Decomposition of the Fixed Alkalies, and the Exhibition of the New Substances Which Constitute Their Bases; And on the General Nature of Alkaline Bodies
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98: 1-44 (1808)

A Numerical Table of Elective Attractions; With Remarks on the Sequences of Double Decompositions
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 148-160 (1809)

Account of the Dissection of a Human Foetus, in Which the Circulation of the Blood Was Carried on without a Heart
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 161-168 (1809)

An Account of Some Experiments, Performed with a View to Ascertain the Most Advantageous Method of Constructing a Voltaic Apparatus, for the Purposes of Chemical Research
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 32-38 (1809)

An Account of a Calculus from the Human Bladder of Uncommon Magnitude
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 303-312 (1809)

An Account of a Method of Dividing Astronomical and Other Instruments, by Ocular Inspection; In Which the Usual Tools for Graduating Are Not Employed; The Whole Operation Being So Contrived, That No Error Can Occur but What is Chargeable to Vision, When Assisted by the Best Optical Means of Viewing and Measuring Minute Quantities
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 105-145 (1809)

An Anatomical Account of the Squalus maximus (of Linnaeus), Which in the Structure of Its Stomach Forms an Intermediate Link in the Gradation of Animals between the Whale Tribe and Cartilaginous Fishes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 206-220 (1809)

Continuation of Experiments for Investigating the Cause of Coloured Concentric Rings, and Other Appearances of a Similar Nature
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 259-302 (1809)

Description of a Reflective Goniometer
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 253-258 (1809)

Experiments on Ammonia, and an Account of a New Method of Analyzing It, by Combustion with Oxygen and Other Gases
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 430-449 (1809)

Hints on the Subject of Animal Secretions
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 385-391 (1809)

Effects of ligustrazine on the Ca 2+ sensitivity in carotid artery smooth muscle of simulated weightlessness rats
, Zhongguo Ying Yong Sheng Li Xue Za Zhi 32(4): 361-364 (2016)

Observations on Albumen, and Some Other Animal Fluids; With Remarks on Their Analysis by Electro-Chemical Decomposition
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 373-384 (1809)

On Expectorated Matter
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 313-344 (1809)

On Platina and Native Palladium from Brasil
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 189-194 (1809)

On Respiration
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 404-429 (1809)

On a Method of Examining the Divisions of Astronomical Instruments
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 232-245 (1809)

On a Native Arseniate of Lead
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 195-205 (1809)

On an Improvement in the Manner of Dividing Astronomical Instruments
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 221-231 (1809)

On the Attractions of Homogeneous Ellipsoids
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 345-372 (1809)

On the Comparative Influence of Male and Female Parents on Their Offspring
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 392-399 (1809)

On the Effect of Westerly Winds in Raising the Level of the British Channel
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 400-403 (1809)

On the Identity of Columbium and Tantalum
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 246-252 (1809)

On the Nature of the Intervertebral Substance in Fish and Quadrupeds
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 177-187 (1809)

On the Origin and Formation of Roots
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 169-176 (1809)

The Bakerian Lecture: An Account of Some New Analytical Researches on the Nature of Certain Bodies, Particularly the Alkalies, Phosphorus, Sulphur, Carbonaceous Matter, and the Acids Hitherto Undecompounded; With Some General Observations on Chemical Theory
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 39-104 (1809)

The Croonian Lecture: On the Functions of the Heart and Arteries
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99: 1-31 (1809)

An Analysis of Several Varieties of British and Foreign Salt, (Muriate of Soda) with a View to Explain Their Fitness for Different Economical Purposes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 89-122 (1810)

Description of an Extraordinary Human Foetus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 123-135 (1810)

Observations and Experiments on Pus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 294-317 (1810)

Observations on Atmospherical Refraction As It Affects Astronomical Observations
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 190-203 (1810)

Effects of lily/maize intercropping on rhizosphere microbial community and yield of Lilium davidii var. unicolor
, Journal of Basic Microbiology 58(10): 892-901 (2018)

Observations upon Luminous Animals
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 258-293 (1810)

On Cystic Oxide, a New Species of Urinary Calculus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 223-230 (1810)

On the Gizzards of Grazing Birds
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 184-189 (1810)

On the Mode of Breeding of the Oviviviparous Shark, and on the Aeration of the Faetal Blood in Different Classes of Animals
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 205-222 (1810)

On the Parts of Trees Primarily Impaired by Age
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 178-183 (1810)

Researches on the Oxymuriatic Acid, Its Nature and Combinations; And on the Elements of the Muriatic Acid. With Some Experiments on Sulphur and Phosphorus, Made in the Laboratory of the Royal Institution
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 231-257 (1810)

Supplement to the First and Second Part of the Paper of Experiments, for Investigating the Cause of Coloured Concentric Rings between Object Glasses, and Other Appearances of a Similar Nature
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 149-177 (1810)

The Bakerian Lecture for 1809. On Some New Electrochemical Researches, on Various Objects, Particularly the Metallic Bodies, from the Alkalies, and Earths, and on Some Combinations of Hydrogene
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 16-74 (1810)

The Case of a Man, Who Died in Consequence of the Bite of a Rattle-Snake; With an Account of the Effects Produced by the Poison
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 75-88 (1810)

The Croonian Lecture
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100: 1-15 (1810)

Account of a Lithological Survey of Schehallien, Made in Order to Determine the Specific Gravity of the Rocks Which Compose That Mountain
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 347-377 (1811)

An Account of a Vegetable Wax from Brazil
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 261-268 (1811)

Effects of lime-ammonium bicarbonate fumigation and biofertilizer application on Fusarium wilt and biomass of continuous cropping cucumber and watermelon
, Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 28(10): 3351-3359 (2017)

An Account of the Great Derbyshire Denudation
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 242-256 (1811)

Astronomical Observations Relating to the Construction of the Heavens, Arranged for the Purpose of a Critical Examination, the Result of Which Appears to Throw Some New Light upon the Organization of the Celestial Bodies
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 269-336 (1811)

Experiments and Observations on the Different Modes in Which Death is Produced by Certain Vegetable Poisons
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 178-208 (1811)

Experiments to Ascertain the State in Which Spirit Exists in Fermented Liquors: With a Table Exhibiting the Relative Proportion of Pure Alcohol Contained in Several Kinds of Wine and Some Other Liquors
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 337-346 (1811)

Experiments to Prove That Fluids Pass Directly from the Stomach to the Circulation of the Blood, and from Thence into the Cells of the Spleen, the Gall Bladder, and Urinary Bladder, without Going Through the Thoracic Duct
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 163-170 (1811)

Observations and Experiments on Vision
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 378-391 (1811)

On a Case of Nervous Affection Cured by Pressure of the Carotids; With Some Physiological Remarks
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 89-95 (1811)

On a Combination of Oxymuriatic Gas and Oxygene Gas
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 155-162 (1811)

On the Causes Which Influence the Direction of the Growth of Roots
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 209-219 (1811)

On the Composition of Zeolite
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 171-177 (1811)

On the Expansion of Any Functions of Multinomials
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 49-88 (1811)

On the Non-Existence of Sugar in the Blood of Persons Labouring under Diabetes Mellitus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 96-109 (1811)

Effects of Limited Hydrolysis and High-Pressure Homogenization on Functional Properties of Oyster Protein Isolates
, Molecules 23(4): (2018)

On the Solar Eclipse Which is Said to Have been Predicted by Thales
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 220-241 (1811)

The Bakerian Lecture: On Some of the Combinations of Oxymuriatic Gas and Oxygene, and on the Chemical Relations of These Principles, to Inflammable Bodies
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 1-35 (1811)

The Croonian Lecture: On Some Physiological Researches, Respecting the Influence of the Brain on the Action of the Heart, and on the Generation of Animal Heat
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101: 36-48 (1811)

A Narrative of the Eruption of a Volcano in the Sea off the Island of St. Michael
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 152-158 (1812)

Additional Experiments on the Muriatic and Oxymuriatic Acids
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 238-246 (1812)

An Account of Some Experiments on Different Combinations of Fluoric Acid
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 352-369 (1812)

An Account of Some Experiments on the Combinations of Different Metals and Chlorine, &c
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 169-204 (1812)

An Account of Some Peculiarities in the Structure of the Organ of Hearing in the Balaena Mysticetus of Linnaeus
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 83-89 (1812)

Chemical Researches on the Blood, and Some Other Animal Fluids
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 90-114 (1812)

Further Experiments and Observations on the Action of Poisons on the Animal System
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 205-227 (1812)

Further Experiments and Observations on the Influence of the Brain on the Generation of Animal Heat
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 378-393 (1812)

Observations Intended to Show That the Progressive Motion of Snakes is Partly Performed by means of the Ribs
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 163-168 (1812)

Observations of a Comet, with Remarks on the Construction of Its Different Parts
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 115-143 (1812)

Observations of a Second Comet, with Remarks on Its Construction
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 229-237 (1812)

Observations on the Measurement of Three Degrees of the Meridian Conducted in England by Lieut. Col. William Mudge
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 321-351 (1812)

Of the Attraction of Such Solids as are Terminated by Planes; and of Solids of Greatest Attraction
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 247-309 (1812)

Of the Penetration of a Hemisphere by an Indefinite Number of Equal and Similar Cylinders
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 310-313 (1812)

On Some Combinations of Phosphorus and Sulphur, and on Some Other Subjects of Chemical Inquiry
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 405-415 (1812)

On a Gaseous Compound of Carbonic Oxide and Chlorine
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 144-151 (1812)

On a Periscopic Camera Obscura and Microscope
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 370-377 (1812)

On the Attractions of an Extensive Class of Spheroids
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 46-82 (1812)

On the Different Structures and Situations of the Solvent Glands in the Digestive Organs of Birds, according to the Nature of Their Food and Particular Modes of Life
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 394-404 (1812)

On the Grounds of the Method Which Laplace Has Given in the Second Chapter of the Third Book of His Mecanique Celeste for Computing the Attractions of Spheroids of Every Description
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 1-45 (1812)

On the Motions of the Tendrils of Plants
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 314-320 (1812)

On the Primitive Crystals of Carbonate of Lime, Bitter-Spar, and Iron-Spar
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102: 159-162 (1812)

A Catalogue of North Polar Distances of Some of the Principal Fixed Stars
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 75-76 (1813)

A Description of the Solvent Glands and Gizzards of the Ardea Argala, the Casuarius Emu, and the Long-Legged Casowary from New South Wales
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 77-81 (1813)

A Method of Drawing Extremely Fine Wires
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 114-118 (1813)

Effects of limit-feeding diets with different forage-to-concentrate ratios on nutrient intake, rumination, ruminal fermentation, digestibility, blood parameters and growth in Holstein heifers
, Animal Science Journal 89(3): 527-536 (2018)

Additional Remarks on the State in Which Alcohol Exists in Fermented Liquors
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 82-87 (1813)

Additions to an Account of the Anatomy of the Squalus Maximus, Contained in a Former Paper; With Observations on the Structure of the Branchial Artery
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 227-241 (1813)

An Account of Some Organic Remains Found near Brentford, Middlesex
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 131-137 (1813)

Effects of linagliptin intervention on atherosclerotic plaque inflammation and 18F-FDG uptake in a mouse model of type 2 diabetes
, Atherosclerosis 263: E119-E120 (2018)

Catalogue of North Polar Distances of Eighty-Four Principal Fixed Stars, Deduced from Observations Made with the Mural Circle at the Royal Observatory
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 280-303 (1813)

Description of a Single-Lens Micrometer
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 119-122 (1813)

Experiments on the Alcohol of Sulphur, or Sulphuret of Carbon
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 171-199 (1813)

Experiments on the Production of Cold by the Evaporation of the Sulphuret of Carbon
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 252-255 (1813)

Experiments to Ascertain the Coagulating Power of the Secretion of the Gastric Glands
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 96-100 (1813)

Observation of the Summer Solstice, 1812, at the Royal Observatory
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 27-30 (1813)

Observation of the Winter Solstice of 1812, with the Mural Circle at Greenwich
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 123-125 (1813)

Observations Relative to the Near and Distant Sight of Different Persons
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 31-50 (1813)

Observations of the Summer Solstice, 1813, with the Mural Circle, at the Royal Observatory
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 304-304 (1813)

On Some Properties of Light
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 101-109 (1813)

On a Method of Freezing at a Distance
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 71-74 (1813)

On a New Construction of a Condenser and Air-Pump
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 138-145 (1813)

On a New Detonating Compound
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 1-7 (1813)

On a New Variety in the Breeds of Sheep
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 88-95 (1813)

On a Remarkable Application of Cotes's Theorem
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 8-26 (1813)

On a Saline Substance from Mount Vesuvius
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 256-262 (1813)

On a Substance from the Elm Tree, Called Ulmin
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 64-70 (1813)

On the Colouring Matter of the Black Bronchial Glands and of the Black Spots of the Lungs
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 159-170 (1813)

On the Formation of Fat in the Intestines of Living Animals
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 146-158 (1813)

On the Light of the Cassegrainian Telescope, Compared with That of the Gregorian
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 206-212 (1813)

On the Means of Procuring a Steady Light in Coal Mines without the Danger of Explosion
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 200-205 (1813)

On the Tusks of the Narwhale
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 126-130 (1813)

Some Experiments and Observations on the Substances Produced in Different Chemical Processes on Fluor Spar
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 263-279 (1813)

Some Further Observations on a New Detonating Substance
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 242-251 (1813)

The Bakerian Lecture: On the Elementary Particles of Certain Crystals
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 103: 51-63 (1813)

A New Method of Deducing a First Approximation to the Orbit of a Comet from Three Geocentric Observations
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 121-186 (1814)

A Synoptic Scale of Chemical Equivalents
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 1-22 (1814)

An Account of Some Experiments on Animal Heat
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 590-603 (1814)

An Account of Some New Experiments on the Fluoric Compounds; With Some Observations on Other Objects of Chemical Inquiry
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 62-73 (1814)

An Account of a Family Having Hands and Feet with Supernumerary Fingers and Toes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 94-101 (1814)

An Improved Method of Dividing Astronomical Circles and Other Instruments
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 419-435 (1814)

Analysis of a New Species of Copper Ore
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 45-50 (1814)

Astronomical Observations Relating to the Sidereal Part of the Heavens, and Its Connection with the Nebulous Part; Arranged for the Purpose of a Critical Examination
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 248-284 (1814)

Consideration of Various Points of Analysis
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 440-468 (1814)

Experiments and Observations on the Influence of the Nerves of the Eighth Pair on the Secretions of the Stomach
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 102-106 (1814)

Further Experiments and Observations on Iodine
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 487-507 (1814)

Further Experiments on the Light of the Cassegrainian Telescope Compared with That of the Gregorian
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 231-247 (1814)

Methods of Clearing Equations of Quadratic, Cubic, Quadrato-Cubic, and Higher Surds
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 23-44 (1814)

Observations Respecting the Natural Production of Saltpetre on the Walls of Subterraneous and Other Buildings
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 508-526 (1814)

Observations on the Functions of the Brain
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 469-486 (1814)

On New Properties of Light Exhibited in the Optical Phenomena of Mother of Pearl, and Other Bodies to Which the Superficial Structure of That Substance can be Communicated
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 397-418 (1814)

On a Fossil Human Skeleton from Guadaloupe
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 107-120 (1814)

On a New Principle of Constructing His Majesty's Ships of War
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 285-302 (1814)

On an Easier Mode of Procuring Potassium Than That Which is Now Adopted
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 578-582 (1814)

On the Affections of Light Transmitted through Crystallized Bodies
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 187-218 (1814)

On the Influence of the Nerves upon the Action of the Arteries
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 583-586 (1814)

On the Means of Producing a Double Distillation by the Same Heat
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 587-589 (1814)

On the Nature of the Salts Termed Triple Prussiates, and on Acids Formed by the Union of Certain Bodies with the Elements of the Prussic Acid
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 527-556 (1814)

On the Polarisation of Light by Oblique Transmission through All Bodies, Whether Crystallized or Uncrystallized
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 219-230 (1814)

Propositions Containing Some Properties of Tangents to Circles; and of Trapeziums Inscribed in Circles, and Non-Inscribed. Together with Propositions on the Elliptic Representations of Circles, upon a Plane Surface, by Perspective
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 348-396 (1814)

Effects of linagliptin monotherapy compared with voglibose on postprandial lipid profiles in Japanese patients with type 2 diabetes: linagliptin study of effects on postprandial blood glucose (L-STEP) sub-study 1
, Endocrine Journal 65(4): 415-425 (2018)

Results of Some Recent Experiments on the Properties Impressed upon Light by the Action of Glass Raised to Different Temperatures, and Cooled under Different Circumstances
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 436-439 (1814)

Some Account of the Fossil Remains of an Animal More Nearly Allied to Fishes Than Any of the Other Classes of Animals
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 571-577 (1814)

Some Experiments and Observations on a New Substance Which Becomes a Violet Coloured Gas by Heat
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 74-93 (1814)

Some Experiments on the Combustion of the Diamond and Other Carbonaceous Substances
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 557-570 (1814)

Some Further Observations on Atmospherical Refraction
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 337-347 (1814)

The Bakerian Lecture: On Some New Electro-Chemical Phenomena
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104: 51-61 (1814)

A Case of the Human Foetus Found in the Ovarium, of the Size It Usually Acquires at the End of the Fourth Month
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 123-123 (1815)

A Comparison of the Changes of Magnetic Intensity throughout the Day in the Dipping and Horizontal Needles, at Treurenburgh Bay in Spitsbergen
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 344-345 (1815)

A Description of a Microscopic Doublet
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 353-354 (1815)

A Description of a Process, by Which Corn Tainted with Must May Be Completely Purified
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 57-58 (1815)

A Description of a Vertical Floating Collimator; and an Account of Its Application to Astronomical Observations with a Circle and with a Zenith Telescope
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 340-342 (1815)

A Description of the Teeth of the Delphinus Gangeticus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 99-100 (1815)

A Few Facts Relative to the Colouring Matters of Some Vegetables
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 86-87 (1815)

A Finite and Exact Expression for the Refraction of an Atmosphere nearly Resembling That of the Earth
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 207-208 (1815)

A Formula for Expressing the Decrement of Human Life
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 275-276 (1815)

A Further Account of Fossil Bones Discovered in Caverns Inclosed in the Lime-Stone Rocks at Plymouth
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 142-143 (1815)

A General Method of Calculating the Angles Made by Any Planes of Crystals, and the Laws according to Which They Are Formed
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 227-229 (1815)

A Memoir on the Geography of the North-Eastern Part of Asia, and on the Question Whether Asia and America Are Contiguous, or Are Separated by the Sea
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 81-82 (1815)

A New Method of Solving Numerical Equations of all Orders, by Continuous Approximation
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 117-117 (1815)

A Report on the Stomach of the Zariffa
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 389-389 (1815)

A Series of Observations of the Satellites of the Georgian Planet, Including a Passage through the Node of Their Orbits; With an Introductory Account of the Telescopic Apparatus That Has Been Used on This Occasion; and a Final Exposition of Some Calculated Particulars Deduced from the Observations
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 293-362 (1815)

A Series of Observations of the Satellites of the Georgian Planet, including a Passage through the Node of Their Orbits; with an Introductory Account of the Telescopic Apparatus That Has Been Used on This Occasion; and a Final Exposition of Some Calculated Particulars Deduced from the Observations
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 25-26 (1815)

A Short Account of Some Observations Made with Chronometers, in Two Expeditions Sent out by the Admiralty, at the Recommendation of the Board of Longitude, for Ascertaining the Longitude of Madeira and of Falmouth
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 219-220 (1815)

Effects of linagliptin on endothelial function and postprandial lipids in coronary artery disease patients with early diabetes: a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind trial
, Cardiovascular Diabetology 17(1): 71 (2018)

Account of Experiments Made on the Strength of Materials
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 87-87 (1815)

Account of Experiments Made with an Invariable Pendulum at the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, and at Port Bowen, on the Eastern Side of Prince Regent's Inlet
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 290-292 (1815)

Account of Levellings Carried across the Isthmus of Panama, to Ascertain the Relative Height of the Pacific Ocean at Panama, and of the Atlantic at the Mouth of the River Charges; Accompanied by Geographical and Topographical Notices of the Isthmus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 385-387 (1815)

Account of Some Experiments on the Torpedo Electricus, at La Rochelle
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 57-57 (1815)

Account of a Series of Observations, Made in the Summer of the Year 1825, for the Purpose of Determining the Difference of Meridians of the Royal Observatories of Greenwich and Paris
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 261-262 (1815)

Account of an Experiment on the Elasticity of Ice
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 276-276 (1815)

Account of the Repetition of M. Arago's Experiments on the Magnetism Manifested by Various Substances during the Act of Rotation
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 249-250 (1815)

Additional Experiments and Observations on the Application of Electrical Combinations to the Preservation of the Copper Sheathing of Ships, and to other Purposes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 213-214 (1815)

Additional Facts Respecting the Fossil Remains of an Animal, on the Subject of Which Two Papers Have Been Printed in the Philosophical Transactions, Showing That the Bones of the Sternum Resemble Those of the Ornithorhynchus paradoxus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 82-83 (1815)

Additional Observations on the Optical Properties and Structure of Heated Glass and Unannealed Glass Drops
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 1-8 (1815)

Additional Observations on the Optical Properties and Structure of Heated Glass and Unannealed Glass Drops
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 1-2 (1815)

Additional Proofs of Animal Heat Being Influenced by the Nerves
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 259-259 (1815)

Effects of Linagliptin on Pancreatic α Cells of Type 1 Diabetic Mice
, Journal of the Endocrine Society 1(10): 1224-1234 (2017)

An Account of Experiments Made with an Invariable Pendulum at New South Wales
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 196-196 (1815)

An Account of Experiments for Determining the Length of the Pendulum Vibrating Seconds in the Latitude of London
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 83-85 (1815)

An Account of Experiments for Determining the Variation in the Length of the Pendulum Vibrating Seconds, at the Principal Stations of the Trigonometrical Survey of Great Britain
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 117-118 (1815)

An Account of Experiments on the Velocity of Sound, Made in Holland
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 221-222 (1815)

An Account of Experiments to Determine the Acceleration of the Pendulum in Different Latitudes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 144-144 (1815)

An Account of Observations Made with the Eight-Feet Astronomical Circle, at the Observatory of Trinity College, Dublin, since the Beginning of the Year 1818, for Investigating the Effects of Parallax and Aberration on the Places of Certain Fixed Stars; Also the Comparison of these with former Observations for Determining the Effects of Lunar Nutation
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 151-151 (1815)

An Account of Some Experiments Relative to the Passage of Radiant Heat through Glass Screens
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 280-281 (1815)

An Account of Some Experiments on the Torpedo
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 354-355 (1815)

An Account of Some Experiments with a Large Voltaic Battery
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 363-374 (1815)

An Account of Some Experiments with a Large Voltaic Battery
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 26-28 (1815)

An Account of Some Fossil Remains of the Rhinoceros, Discovered by Mr. Whitby, in a Cavern inclosed in the Lime-Stone Rock, from Which He Is Forming the Break-Water at Plymouth
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 66-67 (1815)

An Account of Trigonometrical Operations in the Years 1821, 1822, and 1823, for Determining the Difference of Longitude between the Royal Observatories of Paris and Greenwich
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 335-338 (1815)

An Account of a Membrane in the Eye, Now First Described
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 116-117 (1815)

An Account of a Micrometer Made of Rock Crystal
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 141-141 (1815)

An Account of a New Mode of Performing the High Operation for the Stone
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 131-131 (1815)

An Account of an Invention for Giving Light in Explosive Mixtures of Fire-Damp in Coal Mines, by Consuming the Fire-Damp
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 32-32 (1815)

An Account of the Circulation of the Blood in the Class Vermes of Linnaeus, and the Principle Explained in Which It Differs from That in the Higher Classes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 53-54 (1815)

An Account of the Comparison of various British Standards of Linear Measure
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 139-140 (1815)

An Account of the Construction and Adjustment of the New Standards of Weights and Measures of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 254-258 (1815)

An Account of the Discovery of a Mass of Native Iron in Brasil
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 43-45 (1815)

An Account of the Effect of Mercurial Vapours on the Crew of His Majesty's Ship Triumph, in the Year 1810
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 200-200 (1815)

An Account of the Heat of July, 1825; together with Some Remarks upon Sensible Cold
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 260-261 (1815)

An Account of the Organs of Generation of the Mexican Proteus, Called by the Natives Axolotl
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 221-221 (1815)

An Account of the Preliminary Experiments and Ultimate Construction of a Refracting Telescope of 7.8 Inches Aperture, with a Fluid Concave Lens
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 356-357 (1815)

An Account of the Re-Measurement of the Cube, Cylinder, and Sphere, Used by the Late Sir George Shuckburgh Evelyn, in His Inquiries Respecting a Standard of Weights and Measures
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 150-150 (1815)

An Account of the Skeletons of the Dugong, Two-Horned Rhinoceros, and Tapir of Sumatra, Sent to England by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, Governor of Bencoolen
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 147-148 (1815)

An Account of the Urinary Organs and Urine of Two Species of the Genus Rana
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 140-140 (1815)

Effects of linagliptin versus voglibose on treatment-related quality of life in patients with type 2 diabetes: sub-analysis of the L-STEP study
, Endocrine Journal 65(6): 657-668 (2018)

An Attempt to Rectify the Inaccuracy of Some Logarithmic Formulae
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 365-366 (1815)

An Essay on Egyptian Mummies; with Observations on the Art of Embalming among the Ancient Egyptians
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 240-241 (1815)

An Essay towards the Calculus of Functions
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 389-423 (1815)

An Examination into the Structure of the Cells of the Human Lungs; with a View to Ascertain the Office They Perform in Respiration
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 303-305 (1815)

An Experimental Enquiry into the Nature of the Radiant Heating Effects from Terrestrial Sources
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 235-236 (1815)

An Experimental Examination of the Electric and Chemical Theories of Galvanism
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 382-383 (1815)

Anatomical Description of the Foot of a Chinese Female
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 373-373 (1815)

Effects of Linalyl Acetate on Thymic Stromal Lymphopoietin Production in Mast Cells
, Molecules 23(7): (2018)

Astronomical Observations and Experiments Tending to Investigate the Local Arrangement of the Celestial Bodies in Space, and to Determine the Extent and Condition of the Milky Way
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 76-77 (1815)

Astronomical Observations and Experiments, Selected for the Purpose of Ascertaining the Relative Distances of Clusters of Stars, and of Investigating How Far the Power of Our Telescopes May Be Expected to Reach into Space, When Directed to Ambiguous Celestial Objects
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 100-101 (1815)

Effects of Linc00460 on cell migration and invasion through regulating epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) in non-small cell lung cancer
, European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences 22(4): 1003-1010 (2018)

Case of a Lady Born Blind, Who Received Sight at an Advanced Age by the Formation of an Artificial Pupil
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 289-289 (1815)

Communication of a Curious Appearance Lately Observed upon the Moon
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 167-167 (1815)

Consideration of the Objections Raised against the Geometrical Representation of the Square Roots of Negative Quantities
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 371-372 (1815)

Corrections of an Error in a Paper Published in the Philosophical Transactions, Entitled, "On the Parallax of the Fixed Stars."
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 308-308 (1815)

Croonian Lecture. On the Anatomical Structure of the Eye; Illustrated by Microscopical Drawings, Executed by F. Bauer, Esq
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 159-160 (1815)

De la Structure des Vaisseaux Anglais, Consideree Dans ses Derniers Perfectionnements
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 62-63 (1815)

Demonstrations of the Late Dr. Maskelyne's Formulae for Finding the Longitude and Latitude of a Celestial Object from Its Right Ascension and Declination; and for Finding Its Right Ascension and Declination from Its Longitude and Latitude, the Obliquity of the Ecliptic Being Given in Both Cases
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 38-38 (1815)

Description of a New Instrument for Performing Mechanically the Involution and Evolution of Numbers
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 9-28 (1815)

Description of a New Instrument for Performing Mechanically the Involution and Evolution of Numbers
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 2-3 (1815)

Description of a Percussion Shell, to Be Fired horizontally from a common Gun
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 296-298 (1815)

Description of a Sounding Board in Attercliffe Church, Invented by the Rev. John Blackburn
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 349-350 (1815)

Description of a Thermometrical Barometer for Measuring Altitudes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 68-69 (1815)

Description of an Acid Principle Prepared from the Lithic or Uric Acid
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 100-100 (1815)

Determination of the North Polar Distances and Proper Motion of Thirty Fixed Stars
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 29-29 (1815)

Direct and Expeditious Methods of Calculating the Excentric from the Mean Anomaly of a Planet
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 37-38 (1815)

Elements of Captain Hall's Comet
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 158-159 (1815)

Experimental Inquiries Relative to the Distribution and Changes of the Magnetic Intensity in Ships of War
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 218-218 (1815)

Experiments Made with a View to Ascertain the Principle on Which the Action of the Heart Depends, and the Relation Which Subsists between That Organ and the Nervous System
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 65-90 (1815)

Experiments Made with a View to Ascertain the Principle on Which the Action of the Heart Depends, and the Relation Which Subsists between That Organ and the Nervous System
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 8-10 (1815)

Experiments Relative to the Effect of Temperature on the Refractive Index and Dispersive Power of Expansible Fluids, and on the Influence of These Changes in a Telescope with a Fluid Lens
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 345-346 (1815)

Experiments and Observations on Electric Conduction
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 350-351 (1815)

Experiments and Observations on the Development of Magnetical Properties in Steel and Iron by Percussion:--Part II
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 210-211 (1815)

Experiments and Observations on the Newry Pitch-Stone, and Its Products, and on the Formation of Pumice
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 172-172 (1815)

Experiments and Observations to Prove That the Beneficial Effects of Many Medicines Are Produced through the Medium of the Circulating Blood, More Particularly That of the Colchicum autumnale upon the Gout
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 41-42 (1815)

Experiments for Ascertaining the Velocity of Sound, at Madras in the East Indies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 188-188 (1815)

Experiments on the Depolarisation of Light as Exhibited by Various Mineral, Animal, and Vegetable Bodies, with a Reference of the Phenomena to the General Principles of Polarisation
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 29-53 (1815)

Experiments on the Depolarization of Light as Exhibited by Various Mineral, Animal, and Vegetable Bodies, with a Reference of the Phenomena to the General Principles of Polarization
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 4-6 (1815)

Experiments on the Elasticity and Strength of Hard and Soft Steel
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 218-219 (1815)

Experiments on the Friction and Abrasion of the Surfaces of Solids
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 364-365 (1815)

Experiments on the Influence of the Aurora Borealis on the Magnetic Needle
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 391-392 (1815)

Experiments on the Modulus of Torsion
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 362-363 (1815)

Experiments to Ascertain the Correction for Variations of Temperature, within the Limits of the Natural Temperature of the Climate of the South of England, of the Invariable Pendulum Recently Employed by British Observers
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 404-404 (1815)

Experiments to Ascertain the Influence of the Spinal Marrow on the Action of the Heart in Fishes
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 91-96 (1815)

Experiments to Ascertain the Influence of the Spinal Marrow on the Action of the Heart in Fishes
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 10-11 (1815)

Experiments to Ascertain the Ratio of the Magnetic Forces Acting on a Needle Suspended Horizontally, in Paris and in London
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 326-327 (1815)

Experiments to Determine the Difference in the Length of the Seconds Pendulum in London and in Paris
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 329-331 (1815)

Experiments to Determine the Difference in the Number of Vibrations Made by an Invariable Pendulum in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, and in the House in London in Which Captain Kater's Experiments Were Made
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 360-360 (1815)

Experiments to Determine the Difference in the Number of Vibrations made by an Invariable Pendulum in the Royal Observatories of Greenwich and Altona
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 403-403 (1815)

Explanation of an Optical Deception in the Appearance of the Spokes of a Wheel Seen through Vertical Apertures
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 230-231 (1815)

Farther Analytical Experiments Relative to the Constitution of the Prussic, of the Ferruretted Chyazic, and of the Sulphuretted Chyazic Acids, and to That of Their Salts; together with the Application of the Atomic Theory to the Analyses of Those Bodies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 21-22 (1815)

Farther Analytical Experiments Relative to the Constitution of the Prussic, of the Ferruretted Chyazic, and of the Sulphuretted Chyazic Acids; and to That of Their Salts; Together with the Application of the Atomic Theory to the Analyses of Those Bodies
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 220-230 (1815)

Farther Experiments on the Combustion of Explosive Mixtures Confined by Wire-Gauze, with Some Observations on Flame
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 35-36 (1815)

Farther Observations on the Feet of Animals Whose Progressive Motion Can Be Carried on against Gravity
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 51-52 (1815)

Further Observations on Planariae
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 238-238 (1815)

Further Particulars of a Case of Pneumato-Thorax
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 215-216 (1815)

Further Researches on the Magnetic Phenomena Produced by Electricity; with Some New Experiments on the Properties of Electrified Bodies in their Relations to Conducting Powers and Temperature
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 154-155 (1815)

Further Researches on the Preservation of Metals by Electro-Chemical Means
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 242-243 (1815)

Memoir on the Occurrence of Iodine and Bromine in Certain Mineral Waters of South Britain
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 402-403 (1815)

Microscopical Observations on the Materials of the Brain, and of the Ova of Animals, to Show the Analogy That Exists between Them
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 247-247 (1815)

New Experimental Researches on Some of the Leading Doctrines of Caloric; Particularly on the Relation between the Elasticity, Temperature, and Latent Heat of Different Vapours; and on Thermometric Admeasurement and Capacity
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 97-98 (1815)

New Experiments on Some of the Combinations of Phosphorus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 95-97 (1815)

Note Respecting the Demonstration of the Binomial Theorem Inserted in the Last Volume of the Philosophical Transactions
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 69-70 (1815)

Notice Respecting a Volcanic Appearance in the Moon
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 142-142 (1815)

Notice on the Iguanodon, a Newly Discovered Fossil Reptile, from the Sandstone of Tilgate Forest, in Sussex
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 234-235 (1815)

Observations Made with the Invariable Pendulum (No. 4. Jones), at the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, for the Purpose of Determining the Compression of the Earth
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 396-397 (1815)

Observations and Experiments on the Daily Variation of the Horizontal and Dipping Needles under a Reduced Directive Power
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 197-197 (1815)

Observations and Experiments on the Mass of Native Iron Found in Brasil
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 45-46 (1815)

Observations for Ascertaining the Length of the Pendulum at Madras in the East Indies, Latitude 13FormulaFormula FormulaFormula N.; with the Conclusions Drawn from the Same
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 165-165 (1815)

Observations of the Apparent Distances and Positions of 380 Double and Triple Stars, Made in the Years 1821, 1822, and 1823, and Compared with Those of other Astronomers; together with an Account of Such Changes as Appear to Have Taken Place in Them since Their First Discovery. Also a Description of a Five-Feet Equatorial Instrument Employed in the Observations
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 224-225 (1815)

Observations of the Apparent Distances and Positions of 458 Double and Triple Stars, Made in the Years 1823, 1824, and 1825; together with a Re-Examination of 36 Stars of the Same Description, the Distances and Positions of Which Were Communicated in a Former Memoir
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 253-254 (1815)

Observations on Air Found in the Pleura, in a Case of Pneumatothorax; with Experiments on the Absorption of Different Kinds of Air Introduced into the Pleura
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 202-202 (1815)

Observations on Naphthaline, a Peculiar Substance Resembling a Concrete Essential Oil, Which Is Apparently Produced during the Decomposition of Coal Tar, by Exposure to a Red Heat
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 146-146 (1815)

Observations on an Astringent Vegetable Substance from China
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 58-59 (1815)

Observations on the Analogy Which Subsists between the Calculus of Functions and other Branches of Analysis
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 69-69 (1815)

Observations on the Changes Which Have Taken Place in Some Ancient Alloys of Copper
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 258-259 (1815)

Observations on the Changes the Egg Undergoes during Incubation in the Common Fowl, Illustrated by Microscopical Drawings
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 172-173 (1815)

Observations on the Changes the Ovum of the Frog Undergoes during the Formation of the Tadpole
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 227-227 (1815)

Observations on the Diurnal Variation of the Magnetic Needle, at the Whale Fish Islands, Davis's Strait
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 293-296 (1815)

Observations on the Functions of the Intestinal Canal and Liver of the Human Foetus
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 361-362 (1815)

Observations on the Genus Ocythoe of Rafinesque, with a Description of a New Species
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 75-75 (1815)

Observations on the Genus Planaria
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 177-178 (1815)

Observations on the Heights of Mountains in the North of England
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 98-98 (1815)

Observations on the Heights of Places in the Trigonometrical Survey of Great Britain, and upon the Latitude of Arbury Hill
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 185-186 (1815)

Observations on the Hirudo Complanata, and Hirudo Stagnalis, Now Formed into a Distinct Genus under the Name, Glossopora
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 78-78 (1815)

Observations on the Hirudo Vulgaris
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 54-55 (1815)

Observations on the Human Urethra, Showing Its Internal Structure, as It Appeared in the Microscope of F. Bauer, Esq
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 130-130 (1815)

Observations on the Poison of the Common Toad
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 262-263 (1815)

Observations on the Temperature of the Ocean and Atmosphere, and on the Density of Sea-Water, Made during a Voyage to Ceylon
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 73-74 (1815)

Observations sur la Decomposition de l'Amidon a la Temperature Atmospherique par l'Action de l'Air et de l'Eau
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 105-106 (1815)

Observations to Determine the Amount of Atmospherical Refraction at Port Bowen in the Years 1824-25
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 296-296 (1815)

Of the Difference of Longitudes Found by Chronometer, and by Correspondent Eclipses of the Satellites of Jupiter; with Some Supplementary Information Relative to Madras, Bombay, and Canton; as Also the Latitude and Longitude of Point de Galle and the Friar's Hood
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 177-177 (1815)

Of the Effects of the Density of Air on the Rates of Chronometers
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 220-220 (1815)

Of the Geographical Situation of the Three Presidencies, Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay, in the East Indies
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 176-177 (1815)

Of the Nerves Which Associate the Muscles of the Chest, in the Actions of Breathing, Speaking, and Expression. Being a Continuation of the Paper on the Structure and Functions of the Nerves
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 171-172 (1815)

On Bitumen in Stones
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 202-203 (1815)

On Burrowing and Boring Marine Animals
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 278-280 (1815)

On Captain Parry's and Lieutenant Foster's Experiments on the Velocity of Sound
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 332-333 (1815)

On Corpora Lutea
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 106-106 (1815)

On Electrical and Magnetic Rotations
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 287-288 (1815)

On Fluid Chlorine
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 190-190 (1815)

On Fossil Shells
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 198-199 (1815)

On Ice Found in the Bottoms of Rivers
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 46-46 (1815)

On Irregularities Observed in the Direction of the Compass Needles of H. M. S. Isabella and Alexander, in Their Late Voyage of Discovery, and Caused by the Attraction of the Iron Contained in the Ships
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 109-109 (1815)

On Magnetic Influence in the Solar Rays
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 270-271 (1815)

On Metallic Titanium
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 180-181 (1815)

On New Compounds of Carbon and Hydrogen, and on Certain other Products Obtained during the Decomposition of Oil by Heat
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 248-249 (1815)

On New Properties of Heat, as Exhibited in Its Propagation along Plates of Glass
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 33-35 (1815)

On Semi-Decussation of the Optic Nerves
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 211-212 (1815)

On Some Alvine Concretions Found in the Colon of a Young Man in Lancashire, after Death
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 156-157 (1815)

On Some Circumstances Relating to the Economy of Bees
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 346-347 (1815)

On Some Combinations of Platinum
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 124-124 (1815)

On Some New Methods of Investigating the Sums of Several Classes of Infinite Series
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 115-115 (1815)

On Some Phenomena of Colours, Exhibited by Thin Plates
, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105: 161-181 (1815)

On Some Phenomena of Colours, Exhibited by Thin Plates
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 15-17 (1815)

On Some Properties in Achromatic Object-Glasses Applicable to the Improvement of the Microscope
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 399-401 (1815)

On Some of the Compounds of Chromium
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 313-315 (1815)

On Sounds Inaudible by Certain Ears
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 133-133 (1815)

On Two New Compounds of Chlorine and Carbon, and on a New Compound of Iodine, Carbon, and Hydrogen
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 138-139 (1815)

On a Definite Arrangement, and Order of the Appearance and Progress, of the Aurora Borealis; and on Its Height above the Surface of the Earth
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 360-361 (1815)

On a Differential Barometer
, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 2: 363-363 (1815)