M. De Morgan's Discoveries at Dahshur
The Chilean Bellflowers
With the Northern Cheyennes
Periodical Comets Due in 1896
The Transvaal-Its Mineral Resources
Uses of Monazite in Europe
Determination of Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere
Increase of the Photographic Yield of the Roentgen Rays by means of Phosphorescent Zinc Sulphide
The Photography of Metallic Objects through Opaque Substances, by means of the Brush of an Induction Coil without a Crookes Tube
Recent Researches upon the Propagation of Sounds
On a Mechanical Action Emanating from the Crookes Tube Analogous to the Photographic Action Discovered by Roentgen
On the Passage of the Roentgen Rays through Liquids
Mechanical Road Carriages
[Cantor Lectures before the Society of Arts.] Lecture III—Continued.
Motor Vehicle Tests
The Engineers Submit their Report of the Tests made at Chicago—Valuable Data for Makers and Users Alike.