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I. Forms of Water in Clouds and Rivers, Ice and Glaciers. By J.
Tyndall, LL.D., F.R.S. With 25 Ill.u.s.trations. Ninth Edition. 5_s._
II. Physics and Politics; or, Thoughts on the Application of the Principles of "Natural Selection" and "Inheritance" to Political Society. By Walter Bagehot. Eighth Edition. 4_s._
III. Foods. By Edward Smith, M.D., LL.B., F.R.S. With numerous Ill.u.s.trations. Ninth Edition. 5_s._
IV. Mind and Body: the Theories and their Relation. By Alexander Bain, LL.D. With Four Ill.u.s.trations. Eighth Edition. 4_s._
V. The Study of Sociology. By Herbert Spencer. Thirteenth Edition.
VI. On the Conservation of Energy. By Balfour Stewart, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S. With 14 Ill.u.s.trations. Seventh Edition. 5_s._
VII. Animal Locomotion; or Walking, Swimming, and Flying. By J. B.
Pettigrew, M.D., F.R.S., etc. With 130 Ill.u.s.trations. Third Edition.
VIII. Responsibility in Mental Disease. By Henry Maudsley, M.D. Fourth Edition. 5_s._
IX. The New Chemistry. By Professor J. P. Cooke. With 31 Ill.u.s.trations.
Ninth Edition. 5_s._
X. The Science of Law. By Professor Sheldon Amos. Sixth Edition. 5_s._
XI. Animal Mechanism: a Treatise on Terrestrial and Aerial Locomotion.
By Professor E. J. Marey. With 117 Ill.u.s.trations. Third Edition. 5_s._
XII. The Doctrine of Descent and Darwinism. By Professor Oscar Schmidt.
With 26 Ill.u.s.trations. Seventh Edition. 5_s._
XIII. The History of the Conflict between Religion and Science. By J.
W. Draper, M.D., LL.D. Twentieth Edition. 5_s._
XIV. Fungi: their Nature, Influences, Uses, etc. By M. C. Cooke, M.D., LL.D. Edited by the Rev. M. J. Berkeley, M.A., F.L.S. With numerous Ill.u.s.trations. Third Edition. 5_s._
XV. The Chemical Effects of Light and Photography. By Dr. Hermann Vogel. With 100 Ill.u.s.trations. Fourth Edition. 5_s._
XVI. The Life and Growth of Language. By Professor William Dwight Whitney. Fifth Edition. 5_s._
XVII. Money and the Mechanism of Exchange. By W. Stanley Jevons, M.A., F.R.S. Eighth Edition. 5_s._
XVIII. The Nature of Light. With a General Account of Physical Optics.
By Dr. Eugene Lommel. With 188 Ill.u.s.trations and a Table of Spectra in Chromo-lithography. Fourth Edition. 5_s._
XIX. Animal Parasites and Messmates. By P. J. Van Beneden. With 83 Ill.u.s.trations. Third Edition. 5_s._
XX. Fermentation. By Professor Schutzenberger. With 28 Ill.u.s.trations.
Fourth Edition. 5_s._
XXI. The Five Senses of Man. By Professor Bernstein. With 91 Ill.u.s.trations. Fifth Edition. 5_s._
XXII. The Theory of Sound in its Relation to Music. By Professor Pietro Blaserna. With numerous Ill.u.s.trations. Third Edition. 5_s._
XXIII. Studies in Spectrum a.n.a.lysis. By J. Norman Lockyer, F.R.S. With six photographic Ill.u.s.trations of Spectra, and numerous engravings on Wood. Fourth Edition. 6_s._ 6_d._
XXIV. A History of the Growth of the Steam Engine. By Professor R. H.
Thurston. With numerous Ill.u.s.trations. Fourth Edition. 6_s._ 6_d._
XXV. Education as a Science. By Alexander Bain, LL.D. Sixth Edition.
XXVI. The Human Species. By Professor A. de Quatref.a.ges. Fourth Edition. 5_s._
XXVII. Modern Chromatics. With Applications to Art and Industry. By Ogden N. Rood. With 130 original Ill.u.s.trations. Second Edition. 5_s._
XXVIII. The Crayfish: an Introduction to the Study of Zoology. By Professor T. H. Huxley. With 82 Ill.u.s.trations. Fourth Edition. 5_s._
XXIX. The Brain as an Organ of Mind. By H. Charlton Bastian, M.D. With numerous Ill.u.s.trations. Third Edition. 5_s._
x.x.x. The Atomic Theory. By Prof. Wurtz. Translated by G. Cleminshaw, F.C.S. Fourth Edition. 5_s._
x.x.xI. The Natural Conditions of Existence as they affect Animal Life.
By Karl Semper. With 2 Maps and 106 Woodcuts. Third Edition. 5_s._
x.x.xII. General Physiology of Muscles and Nerves. By Prof. J. Rosenthal.
Third Edition. With Ill.u.s.trations. 5_s._
x.x.xIII. Sight: an Exposition of the Principles of Monocular and Binocular Vision. By Joseph le Conte, LL.D. Second Edition. With 132 Ill.u.s.trations. 5_s._
x.x.xIV. Illusions: a Psychological Study. By James Sully. Third Edition.
x.x.xV. Volcanoes: what they are and what they teach. By Professor J. W.
Judd, F.R.S. With 92 Ill.u.s.trations on Wood. Third Edition. 5_s._
x.x.xVI. Suicide: an Essay on Comparative Moral Statistics. By Prof. H.
Morselli. Second Edition. With Diagrams. 5_s._
x.x.xVII. The Brain and its Functions. By J. Luys. With Ill.u.s.trations.
Second Edition. 5_s._
x.x.xVIII. Myth and Science: an Essay. By t.i.to Vignoli. Third Edition.
x.x.xIX. The Sun. By Professor Young. With Ill.u.s.trations. Second Edition.
XL. Ants, Bees, and Wasps: a Record of Observations on the Habits of the Social Hymenoptera. By Sir John Lubbock, Bart., M.P. With 5 Chromo-lithographic Ill.u.s.trations. Eighth Edition. 5_s._