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THE VARIOUS BRANCHES OF SCIENCE,
THE LIBERAL AND FINE ARTS,
BY ALEXANDER TILLOCH,
HONORARY MEMBER OF THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY, &c. &c. &c.
“ Nec arancarum sane textus ideo melior quia ex se fila gignunt, nec noster
For JUNE, JULY, AUGUST and SEPTEMBER, 1808.
Rees, and ORME; SYMONDS; VERNOR, Hood, and SHARPE;
and GILBERT and HODGES, Dublin.
and Hydrogen Gases. By R. KNIGHT, Esq.
X. On the Light emitted by Silver in a State of Combustion 67
XI. On the Union of Gases
XII. Report of Surgical Cases in the City and Finsbury
Dispensaries for December 1807. By Joan Taun-
XIII. Notices respecting New Books
XIV. Proceedings of Leurned Societies
Vol. 31. No. 124. Sept. 1808.
Operative Chemist, Lecturer on Practical Chemistry and
XXV. On the instantaneous Production of Fire, by the mere
Compression of Atmospheric Air. By FREDERICK AC-
CUM, M.R.I.A., Operative Chemist, Lecturer on Prac-
tical Chemistry and on Mineralogy and Pharmacy, G. 130
XXVI. Some Hints respecting the proper Mode of inuring
Tender Planis to our Climate. By the Right Hon. Sir
JOSEPH BANKS, Bart. K.B. P.R.S. &c.
XXVII. Essay upon Machines in General. By M. CARNOT,
Member of the French Institute, c. &c.
XXVIII. Report of Surgical Cases in the City and Finsbury
Dispensaries, for January 1808, with some additional
Remarks on a Case of Scirrhous Mamma. By John
XXIX. Notices respecting New Books
XXX. Proceedings of Learned Societies
XXXI. Intelligence and Miscellaneous Articles
XXXU. On the Identity of Silex and Oxygen, By Mr.
Hume, of Long-Acre, London