Register of Papers Published in the Transactions [vol. 1 -- New Series, Vol. 13, 1708-1878] and Proceedings [vol. 1-20, 1838-1883] of the American Philosophical Society

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American Philosophical Society, 1881 - Science - 56 pages
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Page 12 - Cadmus : or, a Treatise on the Elements of Written Language. * * With an Essay on the mode of teaching the Surd or Deaf, and consequently Dumb, to speak...
Page 27 - A Geological Reconnaissance of Bland, Giles, Wythe and Portions of Pulaski and Montgomery Counties of Virginia. 48 pp., 2 pi., I map.— Am. Phil. Soc., March 18, 1887.
Page 14 - Notes and diagrams illustrative of the directions of the forces acting at and near the surface of the earth, in different parts of the Brunswick tornado of June 19, 1835.
Page 20 - Henry C. Lea. Description of some new Fossil Shells, from the Tertiary of Petersburg, Virginia.
Page 19 - On the influence of a Spiral Conductor in increasing the intensity of Electricity from a Galvanic arrangement of a single Pair, etc.
Page 25 - Determination of the Longitude of several Stations near the Northern Boundary of Ohio, from Transits of the Moon and Moon-culminating Stars observed in 1838, by Andrew Talcott, late Capt.
Page 23 - Descriptions of new species and genera of plants in the natural order of the Compositae, collected in a tour across the continent to the Pacific, a residence in Oregon, and a visit to the Sandwich Islands and upper California, during the years 1834 and 1835.
Page 12 - Drawings, and some account of certain articles which were taken out of an ancient Tumulus, or Grave, in the Western Country.
Page 33 - To find the approximate value of the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle.
Page 19 - Remarks on the Dental System of the Mastodon, with an Account of some Lower Jaws in Mr. Koch's Collection, St. Louis, Missouri, where there is a Solitary Tusk on the Right Side, by William E. Horner, MD, Professor of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania," reported in favour of the publication, which was directed accordingly.

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