Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Volume 4

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Metcalf and Company, 1860 - Science
Vol. 12 (from May 1876 to May 1877) includes: Researches in telephony / by A. Graham Bell.
 

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Page 33 - to rise up early, to sit up late, to eat the bread of anxiety, while he giveth to his beloved when they are asleep.' Now, if, instead of the word Fortune,
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Page 270 - MD Report on the Chemical Analysis of the White Sulphur Water of the Artesian Well of Lafayette, Ind., with Remarks upon the Nature of Artesian Wells. 8vo pamph. Lafayette, Ind. 1858. Hon. Nathan Appleton. Introduction of the Power-Loom, and Origin of Lowell. 8vo pamph. Lowell. 1858. Smithsonian Institution. Nereis Boreali-Americana : or Contributions to the History of the Marine
Page 267 - olim Professore publico. 1 vol. Folio. Amstelodami. 1655. Report of the Council of the British Meteorological Society. Read at the Fifth Annual General Meeting, May 22, 1855. 8vo pamph. London. Address delivered at the University of Pennsylvania, before the Society of the Alumni, on the Occasion of their Annual Celebration, December 10,
Page 391 - meeting. March 13, 1860.— MONTHLY MEETING. The PRESIDENT in the chair. The Corresponding Secretary read letters relating to the exchanges of the Academy. He also presented from the author the following paper, viz.: — Observations on North American and some other Lichenes. By EDWARD TUCKERMAN, AM
Page 262 - Second Edition. 8vo pamph. Albany. 1858. The Dudley Observatory and the Scientific Council. Statement of the Trustees. 8vo. Albany. 1858. Reply to the " Statement of the Trustees " of the Dudley Observatory. By Benjamin Apthorp Gould, Jr. 1 vol. 8vo. Albany. 1858. American Antiquarian Society. Proceedings in Boston, April 28, 1858; in Worcester, October 21, 1858; in Worcester, February 10, 1859. 3 Pamph.
Page 268 - 1815-30. 4to. London. 1832-33. List of Fellows. November 30, 1857. 4to pamph. London. Six Discourses delivered before the Royal Society at their Anniversary Meetings on the Award of the Eoyal and Copley Medals.
Page 220 - and by this means cometh the great increase. Of these we took very great ones, which have both back and belly all of bone, of the thickness of an inch; the fish whereof we proved, eating much like veale; and finding
Page 4 - and forty-first meeting. August 12, 1857. — STATED MEETING. The PRESIDENT in the chair. The Corresponding Secretary read the following letters, viz.: — From Jacob Grimm, Berlin, July 2, accepting his appointment as Foreign Honorary Member ; from Dr. Charles G. Putnam and JD
Page 254 - of students, has been translated into the language of every civilized nation of the world, and gone through several editions. With him ends a great period in the history of science, a period to which Cuvier, Laplace, Arago, Gay-Lussac, DeCandolle, and

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