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THE

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES.

Each Book Complete in One Volume. Crown 8vo. cloth, 58.

unless otherwise described.

I. FORMS of WATER: in Clouds and Rivers, Ice and

Glaciers. By J. TYNDALI, LL.D., F.R.S. With 25 Illustrations.

Eleventh Edition.
II. PHYSICS and POLITICS ; or, Thoughts on the Application

of the Principles of Natural Selection' and `Inheritance' to Political

Society. By WALTER BAGEHOT. Tenth Edition.
III. FOODS. By EDWARD Smith, M.D., LL.B., F.R.S. With 156

Illustrations, Tenth Edition,
IV. MIND and BODY: the Theories of their Relation.

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ALEXANDER BAIX, LL.D. With Four Illustrations. Ninth Edition.
V. The STUDY of SOCIOLOGY. By HERBERT SPENCER.

Eighteenth Edition.
VI. The CONSERVATION of ENERGY. By BALFOUR STEWART,

M.A., LL.D., F.R.S. With 14 Illustrations. Eighth Edition.
VII. ANIMAL LOCOMOTION; or, Walking, Swimming, and

Flying. By J. B. PETTIGREW, M.D., F.R.S., &c. With 130 Illustrations.

Fourth Edition.
VIII. RESPONSIBILITY in MENTAL DISEASE. By HENRY

MAUDSLEY, M.D. Fifth Edition.
IX. The NEW CHEMISTRY. By Professor J. P. COOKE, of the

Harvard University. With 31 Illustrations. Eleventh Edition.
X. The SCIENCE of LAW. By Professor SHELDON Amos.

Eighth Edition.
XI. ANIMAL MECHANISM: a Treatise on Terrestrial and Aërial

Locomotion. By Professor E. J. MAREY. With 117 Illustrations. Fourth

Edition,
XII. The DOCTRINE of DESCENT and DARWINISM. By

Professor Oscar SCHMIDT (Strasburg University). With 26 Iilustrations.

Eighth Edition.
XIII. The HISTORY of the CONFLICT between RELIGION

and SCIENCE. By J. W. DRAPER, M.D., LL.D. Twenty-second

Edition.
XIV, FUNGI: their Nature, Influences, Uses, &c. By M. C. COOKE,

M.A., LL.D. Edited by the Rev. M. J. BERKELEY, M.A., F.L.S. With

Illustrations. Fifth Edition.
XV. The CHEMISTRY of LIGHT and PHOTOGRAPHY.

By Dr. HERMANN VOGEL. With 100 Illustrations. Sixth Edition,
XVI. The LIFE and GROWTH of LANGUAGE. By WILLIAM

DWIGHT WHITNEY. Sixth Edition.
XVII. MONEY and the MECHANISM of EXCHANGE. Ву

W. STANLEY JEVONS, M.A., F.R.S. Eleventh Edition.
XVIII. The NATURE of LIGHT, with a General Account of

PHYSICAL OPTICS. By Dr. EUGENE LOMMEL. With 188 Illus.

trations and a Table of Spectra in Chromo-lithography. Sixth Edition. XIX. ANIMAL PARASITES and MESSMATES. By Monsieur

VAN BENEDEN. With 83 Illustrations. Fourth Edition.

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London : KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, TRÜBNER, & CO., LTD. XX. FERMENTATION. By Professor SCHÜTZENBERGER. With

28 Illustrations. Fourth Edition. XXI. The FIVE SENSES of MAN. By Professor BERNSTEIN.

With 91 Illustrations. Seventh Edition. XXII. The TAEORY of 8OUND in its RELATION to MUSIC.

By Professor PIETRO BLASERNA. With numerous Illustrations. Sixth

Edition. XXIII. STUDIES in SPECTRUM ANALYSIS. By J. NORMAN

LOCKYER, F.R.S. With Six Photographic Illustrations of Spectra, and

numerous Engravings on Wood. Fifth Edition. 6s. 6d. XXIV, A HISTORY of the GROWTH of the STEAM ENGINE,

By Professor R. H. THTRSTON. With numerous Illustrations. Fifth

Edition. XXV. EDUCATION as a SCIENCE. By ALEXANDER BAIN, LL.D.

Ninth Edition. XXVI. The HUMAN SPECIES. By Professor A. DE QUATREFAGES,

Membre de l'Institut. Fifth Edition. XXVII. MODERN CHROMATIC8. With Application to Art and

Industry. By OGDEN N. ROOD. Third Edition. With 130 original

Illustrations. XXVIII. The CRAYFISH: an Introduction to the Study of Zoology.

By T. H. HUXLEY, F.R.S. Sixth Edition. With 82 Illustrations. XXIX. The BRAIN as an ORGAN of MIND. By H. CHARLTON

BASTIAN, M.D. Fourth Edition. With 184 Illustrations. XXX. The ATOMIC THEORY. By Professor A. WURTZ. Trans

lated by E. CLEMINSHAW, F.C.S. Seventh Edition. XXXI. The NATURAL CONDITIONS of EXISTENCE as

they affect Animal Life. By KARL SEMPER. Fourth Edition.

With 2 Maps and 106 Woodcuts. XXXII. GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY of MUSCLES and NERVES,

By Prof. J. ROSENTHAL. Fourth Edition. With 75 Illustrations. XXXIII, SIGHT: an Exposition of the Principles of Monocular and

Binocular Vision. By JOSEPH LE CONTE, LL.D. Third Edition. With

132 Illustrations, XXXIV. ILLUSIONS: a Psychological Study. By JAMES SULLY.

Fourth Edition. XXXV. VOLCANOES: what they are and what they teach. By

John W. JUDD, F.R.S. Fifth Edition, With 96 Illustrations. XXXVI. SUICIDE : an Essay on Comparative Moral Statistics.

By Professor H. MORSELLI. Second Edition. XXXVII. The BRAIN and its FUNCTIONS. By J. Luys,

Physician to the Hospice de la Salpêtrière. With numerous Illus

trations. Third Edition. XXXVIII. MYTH and SCIENCE: an Essay. By Tito VIGNOLI,

Fourth Edition.
XXXIX. The SUN. By C. A. Young, Ph.D., LL.D. Fifth Edition

With numerous Illustrations.
XL. ANTS, BEES, and WASPS. A Record of Observations

on the Habits of the Social Hymenoptera. By Sir John LUBBOCK,
Bart., M.P. l'ourteenth Edition. With 5 Chromo-lithographic Plates.

London : KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, TRÜBNER, & CO., LTD. The International Scientific Series-continued.

XLI. ANIMAL INTELLIGENCE. By GEORGE J. ROMANES,

LL.D., F.R.S. Sixth Edition.
XLII. The CONCEPTS and THEORIES of MODERN

PHYSICS. By J. B. STALLO. Third Edition.
XLIII. DISEASES of MEMORY. An Essay in the Positive

Psychology. By Th. RIBOT. Fourth Edition. XLIV. MAN BEFORE METALS. By N. Joly, Correspondent

de l'Institut de France. Fifth Edition. With 148 Illustrations. XLV. The SCIENCE of POLITICS. By Prof. SHELDON

Amos. Third Edition. XLVI. ELEMENTARY METEOROLOGY. By ROBERT H.

SCOTT. With 11 Plates and 40 Figures in Text. Sixth Edition. XLVII. The ORGANS of SPEECH. By GEORG HERMANN

von MEYER. With 47 Illustrations. XLVIII. FALLACIES: a View of Logic from the Practical Side.

By ALFRED SIDGWICK, Second Edition.
XLIX. The ORIGIN of CULTIVATED PLANTS. By

ALPHONSE DE CANDOLLE. Second Edition.
L. JELLY FISH, STAR FISH, and SEA URCHINS.

Being a Research on Primitive Nervous Systems. By G. J. ROMANES,

LL.D., F.R.S. Second Edition,
LI. The COMMON SENSE of the EXACT SCIENCES.

By the late WILLIAM KINGDON OLIFFORD. Third Edition. With

100 Figures. LII. PHYSICAL EXPRESSION :its Modes and Principles. By

FRANCIS WARNER, M.D., F.R.C.P. Second Edition. With 50 Illustrations. LIII. ANTHROPOID APES. By ROBERT HARTMANN. With

63 Illustrations. Second Edition.
LIV. The MAMMALIA in their RELATION to PRIMEVAL

TIMES. By OSCAR SCHMIDT. Second Edition. With 51 Woodcuts.
LV. COMPARATIVE LITERATURE. By H. MACAULAY

POSNETT, LL.D.
LVI. EARTHQUAKES and other EARTH MOVEMENTS.

By Prof. John MILNE. With 38 Figures. Fourth Edition, revised.
LVII. MICROBES, FERMENTS, and MOULDS. By E. L.

TROUESSART. With 107 Illustrations. Third Edition. LVIII. GEOGRAPHICAL and GEOLOGICAL DISTRIBU.

TION of ANIMALS. By Prof. A. HEILPRIN. Second Edition. LIX. WEATHER: a Popular Exposition of the Nature of Weather

Changes from Day to Day. By the Hon. RALPH ABERCROMBY. With
96 Figures.

Fourth Edition,
LX. ANIMAL MAGNETISM. By ALFRED BINET and CHARLES

FÉRE. Fourth Edition.
LXI. MANUAL of BRITISH DISCOMYCETES, with descrip-

tions of all the Species of Fungi hitherto found in Britain included in the Family, and Illustrations of the Genera. By WILLIAM PHILLIPS, F.L.S.

Second Edition. LXII. INTERNATIONAL LAW. With Materials for a Code of

International Law, By Professor LEONE LEVI, LXIII. The GEOLOGICAL HISTORY of PLANTS. By Sir J.

WILLIAM DAWSON. With 80 Illustrations.

London : KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, TRÜBNER, & CO., LTD.

LXIV. The ORIGIN of FLORAL STRUCTURES THROUGH

INSECT and other AGENCIES. By Prof. G. HENSLOW.

Second Edition, LXV. On the SENSES, INSTINCTS, and INTELLIGENCE

of ANIMALS, with special reference to INSECTS. By

Sir John LUBBOCK, Bart., M.P. With 118 Illustrations. Third Edition. LXVI. The PRIMITIVE FAMILY in its ORIGIN and

DEVELOPMENT. By C. N. STARCKE. Second Edition. LXVII. PHYSIOLOGY of BODILY EXERCISE. By FERNAND

LAGRANGE, M.D. Second Edition. LXVIII. The COLOURS of ANIMALS: their Meaning and Use,

especially considered in the case of Insects. By E. B. POULTON, F.R.S. With Chiromolithographic Frontispiece and upwards of 60 Figures in Text.

Second Edition. LXIX. INTRODUCTION to FRESH-WATER ALGÆ. With

an Enumeration of all the British Species. By M. C. COOKE, LL.D. With

13 Plates Illustrating all the Genera. LXX. SOCIALISM: NEW and OLD. By WILLIAM GRAHAM,

M.A., Professor of Political Economy and Jurisprudence, Queen's College,

Belfast. Second Edition. LXXI. COLOUR-BLINDNESS and COLOUR-PERCEPTION.

By F. W. EDRIDGE-GREEN, M.D. With 3 Coloured Plates. LXXII. MAN and the GLACIAL PERIOD. By G. F. Wright,

D.D. With 111 Illustrations and Maps. Second Edition. LXXIII. HANDBOOK of GREEK and LATIN PALÆO.

GRAPHY. By_Sir E. MAUNDE THOMPSON, K.C.B. With Tables of

Alphabets and Facsimiles. Second Edition. LXXIV. A HISTORY of CRUSTACEA: Recent Malacostraca.

By THOMAS R. R. STEBBING, M.A. With 19 Plates and 32 Figures in

Text. LXXV. The DISPERSAL of SHELLS: an Inquiry into the

means of Dispersal possessed by Fresh Water and Land Mollusca. By H. WALLIS KEW, F.Z.S. With Preface by A. R. WALLACE, F.R.S., and

Illustrations. LXXVI. RACE and LANGUAGE. By ANDRÉ LEFÈVRE, Professor

in the Anthropological School, Paris. LXXVII. The ORIGIN of PLANT STRUCTURES by SELF

ADAPTATION TO THE ENVIRONMENT. By Rev. G. HENSLOW,

M.A., F.L.S., F.G.S., &c., author of 'The Origin of Floral Structures,' &c. LXXVIII. ICE-WORK PRESENT and PAST. By Rev. T. G.

BONNEY, D.Sc., LL.D., F.R.S., &c., Professor of Geology at University

College, London; Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. LXXIX. A CONTRIBUTION to

our KNOWLEDGE of SEEDLINGS. By Rt. Hon. Sir John LUBBOCK, Bart., M.P., F.R.S. LXXX. The ART of MUSIC. By Sir C. HUBERT H. Parry, Mus. Doc. LXXXI. The POLAR AURORA. By ALFRED ANGOT. Illustrated. LXXXII. WHAT is ELECTRICITY ? By J. TROWBRIDGE. Illustrated. LXXXIII. MEMORY. By F. W. EdridGE-GREEN, M.D. With

Frontispiece. LXXXIV. The ELEMENTS of HYPNOTISM. By R. HARRY

VINCENT. With Diagrams. Second Edition. LXXXV. SEISMOLOGY. By John MILNE, F.R.S., F.G.S., &c.,

Author of Earthquakes.' With 53 Figures.

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