Sivut kuvina

Davis, 2498, Q., Vol. 3, 6. The law of deposit of the flood tide. By Chas.

H. Davis, U. S. N. Washington, 1852. Deguin, 11014, 0. Curso elemental de fisica. Par M. Deguin. 2 tom.

Madrid, 1841. Gift of Martin Molas. Deleuze, 10218, 0. Eudoxe. Entretiens sur l'étude des sciences, des lettres

et de la philosophie. Par J. P. F. Deleuze. 2 vols. Paris, 1810. Duncan, 6481, 6482, & 6483, D. Sacred philosophy of the seasons.

By the Rev. Henry Duncan, D. D. Spring, summer, autumn. Edinburgh,

1837. London, 1837. Ellis, 10921, D. The chemistry of creation ; being a sketch of the chemical

phenomena of the air, the earth, and the ocean. By Robert Ellis.

2d edition. London, 1852. Fisher, 9826, D. Dial of the seasons, or a portraiture of nature. By Thomas

Fisher. Philadelphia, 1845. Gift of Lloyd P. Smith. Grove, 13033, 0. 3. A lecture on the progress of physical science since the

opening of the London Institution. By W. R. Grove. London,

1842. Hachette, 10115, 0. Programmes d'un cours de physique, par M. Hachette.

A Paris, 1809. Harris, 10956, 0. On the nature of thunderstorms, and on the means of pro

tecting buildings and shipping against the destructive effects of light

ning. By W. S. Harris. London, 1843. Herschel, 9090, D. A manual of scientific inquiry for travellers. By Sir John

F. W. Herschel. London, 1851. Higgins, 6192, D. The earth; its physical condition and remarkable pheno

mena. By W. M. Higgins. London, 1836. Howitt, 7193, D. The book of the seasons; or the calendar of nature. By

William Howitt. Philadelphia, 1842. Humboldt, 11564, 0. & 8223, D. Kosmos; a general survey of the physical

phenomena of the universe. By Alexander Von Humboldt. 'New York and London, 1845.

8851, D. The same. 4 vols. London, 1847–1854. Hunt, 9999, D.' Elementary physics, an introduction to the study of natural

philosophy. By Robert Hunt. London, 1851. 12109, 0. The poetry of science, or studies of the physical phenomena

of nature. By Robert Hunt. London, 1848. Johnston, 1309, F. The physical atlas; a series of maps illustrating the geo

graphical distribution of natural phenomena. By Alexander Keith Johnston, based on that of Prof. Berghaus, with the co-operation of Sir David Brewster, Prof. Forbes and J. P. Nichol, Dr. Ami Bone,

&c. London, 1848. Kenrick, 8323, D. An essay on primæval history. By John Kenrick.

London, 1846. Lardner, 9866, D. Handbook of natural philosophy and astronomy. By

Dionysius Lardner, D. C. L. 2 vols. London, 1851. Lathrop, 11045, D. 2. Synopsis of a course of lectures on natural philosophy.

By John Lathrop. Boston, 1811. Libes, 10113, 0. Traité complet et éleméntaire de physique. Par Ant. Libes.

3 vols. Paris, 1813. Martin, 10048, 0. Lettres à Sophie sur la physique, la chymie et l'histoire

naturelle, par L. Aimé-Martin; avec des notes, par M. Patrin. 2

A Paris, 1822. Masters, 11279, 0. The ice book, a history of everything connected with ice.

By Thomas Masters. London, 1844. Matteucci, 8674 & 8704, D. Lectures on the physical phenomena of living

beings. By Carlo Matteucci. London, 1817, and Philadelphia, 1848.


Maury, 2603, Q. 13. On the probable relation between magnetism and the

circulation of the atmosphere. By M. F. Maury. Washington, 1851. 13402, 0. The physical geography of the sea. By M. F. Maury, LL. D.

New York, 1855. Milner, 11670, 0. The gallery of nature; a pictorial and descriptive tour

throughout creation; illustrative of the wonders of astronomy, physical geography and geology. By the Rev. Thomas Milner, M. A. Lon

don, 1846. Mirabaud, 12520, 0. Système de la nature ou des loix du monde physique et

du monde moral. Par M. Mirabaud (Baron D’Holbach). 2 tomes.

Londres, 1771.
Mudie, 6094, D. The heavens. By Robert Mudie. London, 1835.

6201, D. The earth. By Robert Mudie. London, 1835.
6200, D. The air. By Robert Mudie. London, 1835.
6202, D. The sea. By Robert Mudie. London, 1835.
6484, D. Autumn; or causes, appearances and effects. By Robert

Mudie. London, 1837

6485, D. Winter. By Robert Mudie. London, 1837. Muller, 11928 & 11957, 0. Principles of physics and meteorology. By J.

Muller. London, 1847, and Philadelphia, 1848. Nichol, 8777, D. Thoughts on some important points relating to the system

of the world. By J. P. Nichol. Boston, 1818. Olmsted, 10324, 0. 5. Outlines of lectures on the atmosphere and its phe

nomena. By Denison Olmsted. New York, 1839. Pasley, 9427, 0. A theory of natural philosophy on mechanical principles,

divested of all immaterial chymical properties, showing for the first time the physical cause of continuous motion. By T. H. Pasley.

London, 1835. Pelletau, 10114, 0. Traité elémentaire de physique générale et médicale. Par

P. Pelletau. 2d edition. 2 vols. Paris, 1831. Peschel, 7949, D. Elements of physics. By C. F. Peschel. Translated from

the German. By E. West. London, 1845. Pontécoulant, 10222, 0. Théorie analytique du système du monde. Par M.

G. de Pontécoulant. 4 vols. Paris, 1829. Purdie, 12297, O. 2. Form and sound; can their beauty be dependent on the

same physical laws. By T. Purdie. Edinburgh, 1849. Ramond, 2349, Q. Mémoires sur la formule barometrique de la mécanique

céleste, et les dispositions de l'atmosphère qui en modifient les pro

priétés. Par L. Ramond. A Clermont Ferrand, 1811. Redfield, 11002, 0. 6. Whirlwind storms; with a reply to the objections and

strictures of Dr. Hare. By W. C. Redfield. Gift of the author. Reid, 9703, 0. An attempt to develop the law of storms, by means of facts.

By Lieut. Colonel W. Reid. London, 1838. 12413, 0. The progress of the development of the law of storms, and

of the variable winds, with the practical application of the subject to

navigation. By Lieut. Col. William Reid. London, 1819. Ritchie, 12567, 0. The dynamical theory of the formation of the earth. By

Archibald Tucker Ritchie. 2 vols. London, 1850. Schoedler, 12765, 0. The book of nature : an elementary introduction to

physics, astronomy, chemistry, mineralogy, geology, botany, physiology, and zoology. By Friedrich Schoedler. Edited from the 5th

German edition, by Henry Medlock. London, 1851. Schubert, 9954, 0. Ansichten von der Nachtseite der Naturwissenschaft, von

Dr. Gotthilf Heinrich Schubert. Dresden, 1827. Sigaud de la Fond, 10219, 0. Description et usage d'un cabinet de physique

expérimentale, par M. Sigaud de la Fond. 2 vols. A Paris, 1775.

[ocr errors][ocr errors]

Smee, 11091, 0. The sources of physical science. By Alfred Smee. Lon

don, 1813.
Smith, 12085, 0. 2. The mutations of the earth. By J. Aug. Smith, M. D.

New York, 1846.
10342, D. Prelections on some of the more important subjects con-

nected with morals and physical science, in opposition to phrenology,
materialism, atheism, and the principles advanced by the autbor of
“Vestiges of Creation,” and deducing the true criterion of moral
propriety from the instinctive ruling of the moral sense. By John

Augustine Smith, M. D. New York, 1853.
Surell, 2396, Q. Etude sur les torrents des hautes Alpes. Par Alex. Surell.

Paris, 1841.
Taylor, 9546, O. Scientific memoirs, selected from the transactions of foreign

academies of science and learned societies, and from foreign journals.

Edited by Richard Taylor, F. S. H. 5 vols. London, 1837, &c.
Tomlinson, 6603, D. The student's manual of natural philosophy. By C.

Tomlinson. London, 1838.
Ure, 9291, 0. A dictionary of chemistry and mineralogy. By Andrew Ure,

M. D. London, 1831.
Von Humboldt, 9505, D. Aspects of nature in different lands and different

climates, with scientific elucidations. By Alex. Von Humboldt.
Translated by Mrs. Sabine. London, 1849.

9139, D. Views of nature, or contemplations on the sublime
phenomena of creation, with scientific illustrations, by Alexander Von
Humboldt. Translated by E. C. Otté and Henry G. Bohn. London,

1850. Webster, 6619, D. The elements of physics. By Thomas Webster. London,

Wesley, 6310, D. A compendium of natural philosophy. By John Wesley,

A. M. Revised by R. Mudie. 3 vols. London, 1836.
Winslow, 10455, D. Cosmography; or, philosophical views of the universe.

By Charles F. Winslow, M. D. Boston, 1853.
9971, O. Annulus platonis, oder physikalisch chymische Erklarung der Natur.
Berlin, 1781.

8437, D. Philosophy in sport made science in earnest. From the 6th Lon . don edition. Philadelphia, 1847.

9260, D. 1. Præcipua doctrinæ physicæ capita. Thesibus comprensa, et disputata in academia Marpurgensi

. Marpurgi, 1590, D. 12315, 0. 6. Report on the great rain storm and flood which occurred in Delaware County, Pa., on 5th August, 1843. Chester, 1844.

9196, D. 1. The origin of the material universe. Boston, 1850. 11048, D. 7. Analysis of natural philosophy. Boston, 1796.

8090 & 8235, D. Vestiges of the natural history of creation, and explanations. London, 1845.



Ampére, 2348, Q. Théorie des phénomènes électro-dynamiques uniquement

déduit de l'experience. Par André Marie Ampére.' A Paris, 1826. Aldini, 10109, 0. Essai théorique et expérimental sur le galvanisme, par

Jean Aldini. 2 vols. Paris, 1804. Bache, 12240, 0. Observations at the magnetic and meteorological observatory

at the Girard College, Philadelphia, made under the direction of A.

D. Bache, LL. D. 1840 to 1845. Washington, 1847. 3 vols. and

plates. Bassnett, 10675, D. Outlines of a mechanical theory of storms; containing

the true law of lunar influence, with practical instructions to the navigator, to enable him approximately to calculate the coming changes of the wind and weather, for any given day and for any part

of the ocean. By T. Bassnett. New York, 1854. Bell, 9565, 0. 15. Animal magnetism. Past fictions-present science. By

John Bell, M. D. Philadelphia, 1837. Bird, 9473, D. Lectures on electricity and galvanism. By Golding Bird.

London, 1849. Brewster, 6389, D. A treatise on magnetism. By Sir David Brewster.

Edinburgh, 1837. Burnett, 12544, 0. The philosophy of spirits in relation to matter; showing

the real existence of two very distinct kinds of entity which unite to form the different bodies that compose the universe, organic and inorganic, by which the phenomena of light, heat, electricity, motion, life, mind, &c. are reconciled and explained. By C. M. Burnett,

M. D. London, 1850. Burton, 11602, 0. 3. Elective polarity, the universal agent. By F. B. Bur

ton. London, 1845. Cahagnet, 9726, D. The celestial telegraph ; or secrets of the life to come

revealed through magnetism. By L. Alph. Cahagnet. New York,

1851. Cooper, 11966, 0. Identities of light and heat, and caloric and electricity. By

C. Campbell Cooper. Philadelphia, 1848.
Daniel, 5966, 0. Meteorological essays and observations. By J. F. Daniel.

London, 1823.
12047, 0. Elements of meteorology. By J. F. Daniel. 2 vols.

London, 1845.
Davis, 7553, D. Davis's manual of magnetism; including also electro-mag-

netism, magneto-electricity, and thermo-electricity. With a descrip

tion of the electrotype process. Boston, 1842. De la Rive, 12982, 0. A treatise on electricity, in theory and practice. By

A. De la Rive. Vol. 1. London, 1852. Deleuze, 9730, D. 2. Practical instruction in animal magnetism. By J. P. F.

Deleuze. Translated by T. C. Hartshorn. 4th edition, with notes

and a life, by Dr. Foissac. London, 1850. Demonferrand, 10240, 0. Manuel d'electricité dynamique. Par J. F. Demon

ferrand. Paris, 1823. Dupotet, 6618, D. An introduction to the study of animal magnetism. By

Baron Dupotet. London, 1838. Faraday, 9870, 0. Experimental researches in electricity. By Michael Fara

day. London, 1839. Franklin, 9565, 0. 14. Animal magnetism. Report of Dr. Franklin, and

other commissioners, on animal magnetism. With an historical outline of the “science,” an abstract of the report of magnetic experiments, made by a committee of the royal academy of medicine, in 1831,

and remarks on Colonel Stone's pamphlet. By John J. Smith,

Jr. Philadelphia, 1837. Graham, 2472, Q. Observations on the magnetic dip. By Major J. D. Gra

ham. 1844. Gift of the author. Gregory, 9800, & 9846, D. Letters to a candid inquirer on animal magnetism.

By William Gregory, M. D., F. R. S. E. Philadelphia and London,

1851. Griglietta, 12701, 0. 1. A brief essay. on electro-magnetism, with a descrip


tion of Davenport's machines, &c. By C. Griglietta. Philadelphia,

1838. Harris, 10956, 0. On the nature of thunderstorms, and on protecting build.

ings, &c., from lightning. By W. S. Harris. London, 1843. Hero, 2593, Q. The Pneumatics of Hero, of Alexandria, translated and edited

by Bennett Woodcroft. London, 1851. Hopkins, 11148, & 12804, 0. On the connection of Geology with terrestrial

magnetism. By Evan Hopkins. 2d edition, with plates. London,

1844 and 1851. Howard, 6198, D. Lectures on meteorology. By J. Howard. Pontefract,

1837. Hutchinson, 9307, O. A treatise on meteorological phenomena. By G. Hutchin.

Glasgow, 1835. Jones, 12813, 0. Historical sketch of the electric telegraph ; including its

rise and progress in the United States. By Alexander Jones. New

York, 1852. Kaemtz, 7916, D. Complete course of meteorology. By L. F. Kaemtz. Lon

don, 1815. Lardner, 7225, D. A manual of electricity, magnetism, and meteorology. By

Dionysius Lardner, D. C. L. &c. 2 vols. London, 1841.
9866, D.

Handbook of natural philosophy and astronomy. By Dionysius Lardner, D. C. L. Second course. Heat-common electricity-magnetism-Voltaic electricity. With woodcuts. London,

1852. Lawson, 12673, 0. Meteorological register for the years 1826, 1827, 1828,

1829, and 1830; from observations made by the surgeons of the
army, and others, at the military posts of the United States. Pre-
pared under the direction of Thomas Lawson, M. D., surgeon-general.
To which is appended the meteorological register for 1822, 1823, 1824,
and 1825, compiled by Jas. Lorell, M. D., late surgeon-general, with
a map. Philadelphia, 1840.
12673, 0. vol. 2. Meteorological register for twelve years, from 1831
to 1812 inclusive: compiled from observations made by the officers of
the medical department of the army, at the military posts of the
United States. Prepared by Gen'l T. Lawson. Washington, 1851.

Gift of the author.
Leger, 8302, D. Animal magnetism, or psycodunamy. By Theodore Leger.

New York, 1846. Locke, 2498, Q. 1, vol. 3. Observations on terrestrial magnetism. By John

Locke, M. D. Washington, 1852. Lowe, 8613, D. A treatise on atmospheric phenomena. By Ed. Jos. Lowe.

London, 1846. Mason, 12466, 0. A treatise on the climate and meteorology of Madeira. By

the late J. A. Mason, M. D. Edited by J. Sheridan Knowles, Geo.

Peacock, and Jno. Driver. London, 1850. Maury, 2603, Q. 13. From the Appendix to the Washington Astronomical

Observations for 1846. On the probable relation between magnetism and the circulation of the atmosphere. By M. F. Maury. Washington, 1851.

13402, 0. See p. 1121. . Müller, 11928 & 11957,'o. Principles of physics and meteorology. By J.

Müller. London, 1847, and Philadelphia, 1848. Neunham, 7910, & 7912, D. Human magnetism; its claims to dispassionate

inquiry. By W. Newnham, Esq. London, 1845, and New York,

1815. Noad, 11092, 0. Lectures on electricity, comprising galvanism, magnetism,

« EdellinenJatka »