Opening Address, by Dr. Anderson, Session 1860-61,
Fossil Rain-markings and Fucoid Impressions on Sandstone near Newtonards, by
James Bryce, LL.D., F.G.S.,
Abstract of Treasurer's Account for Session 1859-60, : :
List of Office-Bearers for the year 1860-61,
On the Geological Structure of Ben-Nevis, by Dr. Bryce,
On the Relations of Deposits of Common Salt to Climate, by Henry D. Rogers,
F.R.S., Hon. F.R.S.E., F.G.S., Professor of Natural History in the University
of Glasgow, .
Notes of a Tour' in Iceland in 1859, by David Mackinlay' Fer
On the Motion of the Strings of a Violin, by Professor H. Helmholz, Heidelberg,
Hon. Member of the Society,
Some Results in Electro-Magnetism, obtained with the Balance Galvanometer, bý
George Blair, M.A.,
Remarks upon the Fall of Rain in the Districts supplying Glasgow with Water, by
James M. Gale, C.E., .
Report of the Temperature and Rainfall, &c., of the year 1860, observed at Cessnock
Park, by Robert Hart, Esq.,
On the Stalactitic Sulphate of Barytes found in Derbyshire, by Walter Crum, F.R.s.,
On Street Railways, by T. Currie Gregory, C. E.,
Notes of a Journey across the Cordilleras of the Andes from the coast of the Pacific
Ocean to Chquisaca, by Mathie Hamilton, M.D., .
On the Uses of the Antennæ of Corystes Cassivelaunus, the Masked Crab, by David
On the Origin of Cyclones, by Professor H. D. Rogers, :
On Explosions of Fire-damp in Coal-mines, by Mark Fryar, F.G.S., .
On the Whin Floats and Dykes of Ayrshire, by John Goodall, Esq.,'
On an Apparatus for Indicating the Proportion of Fire-damp in the Atmosphere of
Coal-mines, by John Taylor, M.D., .
A Method of Increasing the Efficiency of Water-tight Bulkheads in Iron Ships, and
of rendering them available as a means of Preventing Destruction by Fire, by
John Taylor, M.D., .
Notice of a Séries of Osteological Specimens, illustrating Contrasts and Deviations
from the Common Type of the Mammalia, by Dr. Allen Thomson,
Opening Address by Professor Rankine, the President, Session 1861-62. . .
Abstract of Treasurer's Account for Session 1860-61, . . . . . .
List of Office-Bearers for the year 1861-62, . .
On Accidents by Fire from the prevailing use of Crinoline, and some Remarks on
the nature of certain Salts for rendering Light Fabrics less Inflammable, by
Francis H. Thomson, M.D., .
Effects of the Frost of December, 1860, on Vegetation in the Vale of Clyde, from
information communicated by Mr. Peter Clark, Curator, Botanic Gardens, .
On the Geological Structure of the Ben Nevis Group of Mountains, by James
Bryce, LL.D., F.G.S., .
On the 'Flora and 'Climate of the Island of Cumbrae, by Mr. William Keddie, .
On the Distribution of Marine Algæ on the C. L. T. Buoys in the Clyde, by John
Grieve, M.A., M.D., and Mr. David Robertson, Glasgow,
On the use of Mechanical Hypotheses in Science, and especially in the Theory of
Heat, by W. J. Macquorn Rankine, LL.D., F.R.S., ...
On Co-operative Societies in Glasgow, by John D. Campbell, Esq.,. .
Joint Address of Condolence to the Queen on the Death of Prince Albert, . .
Mechanical Theory of the Predominance of the Right Hand over the Left; or, more
generally, of the Limbs of the Right Side over those of the Left Side of the
Body, by Andrew Buchanan, M.D., . . . . .