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TAYLOR AND FRANCIS, RED LION COURT, FLEET STREET,
OBJECTS and Rules of the Association..
Places of Meeting and Officers from commencement
Members of Council from commencement
Officers and Council, 1866–67
Officers of Sectional Committees .
Report of the Council to the General Committee
Report of the Kew Committee, 1865-66
Report of the Parliamentary Committee....
Recommendations of the General Committee for Additional Reports
and Researches in Science
Synopsis of Money Grants
General Statement of Sums paid on account of Grants for Scientific
Extracts from Resolutions of the General Committeo
Arrangement of the General Meetings
Address of the President, W. R. GROVE, Esq., Q.C., M.A., F.R.S.
REPORTS OF RESEARCHES IN SCIENCE.
Second Report of the Committee for exploring Kent's Cavern, Devonshire.
The Committee consisting of Sir CHARLES LYELL, Bart., Professor
PAILLIPS, Sir Joun LUBBOCK, Bart., Mr. John Evans, Mr. EDWARD
Vivian, and Mr. WILLIAM PENGELLY (Reporter)
Preliminary Report on the Chemical Nature of Cast Iron. By A. Mar-
Report on Observations of Luminous Meteors, 1865–66. By a Com-
mittee, consisting of JAMES GLAISHER, F.R.S., of the Royal Observa-
tory, Greenwich, Secretary to the British Meteorological Society, &c.;
ROBERT P. GREG, F.G.S., &c.; E. W. BRAYLEY, F.R.S., &c.; and
ALEXANDER S. HERSCHEL, B.A.
Report of the Committee appointed to Investigate the Alum Bay Leaf-
Bed. By W. STEPHEN MITCHELL, LL.B., F.G.S., Caius College, Cam-
Report of the Committee appointed to make Experiments on the differ-
ence between the Resistance of Water to Floating and to Immersed
Bodies. The Committee consists of John Scort RUSSELL, C.E., F.R.S.;
JAMES R. NAPIER; Professor RANKINE, C.E., F.R.S.; and W. FROUDE 148
Report on Muscular Irritability and the relations which exist between
Muscle, Nerve, and Blood. By RICHARD NORRIS, M.D.
Report on the Physiological Action of certain Compounds of Amyl and
Ethyl. By BENJAMIN W. RICHARDSON, M.A., M.D., F.R.S...... 172
Second Report on the Structure and Classification of the Fossil Crustacea.
By HENRY WoodwaRD, F.G.S....
Second Report on the “Menevian Group” and the other Formations at
St. David's, Pembrokeshire. By H. Hicks, and J. W. SALTER, F.G.S. 182
Report on Dredging among the Hebrides. By J. GwYX JEFFREYS, F.R.S. 186
Report of the Committee appointed for the purpose of Exploring the
Coasts of the Hebrides by means of the Dredge.—Part II. On the
Crustacea, Echinodermata, Polyzoa, Actinozoa, and Hydrozoa. By
the Rev. ALFRED MERLE NORMAN, M.A...
Notices of some Invertebrata, in connexion with the Report of Mr. Gwyn
Jeffreys on Dredging among the Hebrides. By Joshua ALDER 206
Report on the Ostracoda dredged amongst the Hebrides. By George S.
Report on Dredging in the Moray Firth. By the Rev. WALTER Mac-
GREGOR and ROBERT DAWSON
Report of the Committee on the Transmission of Sound-Signals under
Report of the Lunar Committee for Mapping the Surface of the Moon.
By W. R. Birt, at the request of the Committee, consisting of JAMES
GLAISHER, F.R.S., Lord Rosse, F.R.S., Sir John HERSCHEL, Bart.,
F.R.S., Professor PHILLIPS, F.R.S., WARREN DE LA RUE, F.R.S., Rev.
W. R. Dawes, F.R.S., Rev. T. W. WEBB, F.R.A.S., J. N. LOCKYER,
F.R.A.S., H. S. ELLIS, F.R.A.S., Herr SCHMIDT, and W. R. BIRT,
Report ef the Rainfall Committee, consisting of J. GLAISHER, F.R.S.,
Lord WROTTESLEY, F.R.S., Prof. PHILLIPS, F.R.S., Prof. TYNDALL,
F.R.S., Dr. LEE, F.R.S., J. F. BATEMAN, F.R.S., R. W. MYLNE, F.R.S.,
CHARLES BROOKE, F.R.S., and G. J. Symons, Secretary
Report on the best means of providing for a Uniformity of Weights and
Measures, with reference to the Interests of Science. By a Committee,
consisting of Sir John BOWRING, The Right Hon. C. B. ADDERLEY,
M.P., Sir WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, C.B., F.R.S., The ASTRONOMER Royal,
SANUEL Brown, W. EWART, M.P., Dr. FARR, F. P. FELLOWS, Prof.
FRANKLAND, Prof. HENNESSY, F.R.S., JAMES HEYWOOD, M.A., F.R.S.,
Sir ROBERT KANE, F.R.S., Dr. LEONE LEVI, F.S.A., Prof. W. A. MILLER,
F.R.S., Prof. RANKINE, F.R.S., C. W. SIEMENS, F.R.S., Colonel SYKES,
M.P., F.R.S., W. TITE, M.P., F.R.S., Prof. A. W. WILLIAMSON, F.R.S.,
Lord WROTTESLEY, D.C.L., F.R.S., JAMES YATES, F.R.S.
An Account of Meteorological and Physical Observations in Three Bal-
loon Ascents made in the years 1865 and 1866 (in continuation of
twenty-five made in the years 1862, 1863, and 1864), under the
auspices of the Committee of the British Association for the Advance-
ment of Science, by JAMES GLAISHER, F.R.S., at the request of the
Committee, consisting of Colonel SYKES, The ASTRONOMER ROYAL, Lord
W'ROTTESLEY, Sir D. BREWSTER, Sir J. HERSCHEL, Bart., Dr. LLOYD,
Dr. Robinson, Mr. Gassiot, Mr. GLAISHER, Prof. TYNDALL, Dr. Fair-
BAIRN, and Dr. W. A. MILLER...
Report on the Extinct Birds of the Mascarene Islands. By a Committee,
consisting of Prof. A. NEWTON, Rev. H. B. TRISTRAM, and Dr. SCLATER 401
Report on various Experiments carried out by Captain W. H. NOBLE, R.A.,
under the direction of the Ordnance Select Committee relative to the
Penetration of Iron Armour Plates by Steel Shot, to which is added
a Memorandum on the Penetration of Iron-Clad Ships by Steel and
other Projectiles ..
Report on Isomerism among the Alcohols. By J. A WANKLYN
Report of the Committee on Scientific Evidence in Courts of Law, con-
sisting of the Rev. W. V. HARCOURT, Professor WILLIAMSON, The Right
Hon. J. NAPIER, Mr. W. Tite, Professor CHRISTISON, Mr. CARPMAEL,
Dr. TYNDALL, Mr. JAMES HEYWOOD, Mr. J. F. BATEMAN, Mr. THOMAS
WEBSTER, Sir BENJAMIN BRODIE, Bart., and Professor W. A. MILLER:
- Professor WILLIAMSON, Secretary ..
Second Report on Maltese Fossiliferous Caves, &c. By A. LEITH ADAMS,
M.A., M.B., F.G.S.....