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GEOGKAPHICAL JOUBNAL. 



INDEX TO THE PAPERS IN THE GEOGRAPHICAL 
JOURNAL, VOLS. I.-XX., 1893-1902. 

(N.B* — The arrangement in this aiul the follotring list is topographical 

and chronological.) 



EUROPE. 

Vnited Xiiigdom— 
The Sandgato Landslip : W. Topley, 

I. 339 
The Manchester Ship Canal : H. Y. 

Oldham (with map). III. 485 
A Survey of the English I^akea : H. R. 

Mm, IV. 237 
Physical Conditions of the Clyde Sea 

Area : H. B. Mill, IV. 344 
The Development of Certain English 

Bivers (with diagrams) : W. M. Davis, 

V. 127 
Proposed geographical description of 

the British Islands hased on the 

Ordnance Survey, H. B. Mill, VII. 

345 
The Waterways of English Lakeland: 

J. E. Marr (with diagrams and illus- 
trations), VII. 602 
Bathymetrical Survey of the English 

Lakes: H. B. Mill (with maps and 

illustrations), VI. 46, 135 
On the distribution of Towns and 

Villages in England: G. ii. Chis- 

holm, IX. 76; X. 511 
DuD^eness Foreland : F. P. Gulliver 

([with diagrams), IX. 536 
British Caves and Speleology: E. A. 

Martel (with illustrations), X. 500 
A Map of St. Kilda : J. N. Hcathcote 

(with map), XV. 142 
A Fragment of the Geography of Eng- 
land. South- West Sussex : H. B. Mill 

(with maps and illustrations), XV. 

205, 358 
A Bathymetrical Survey of the Fresh- 
water Lochs of Scotland: Sir J. 

Murray and F. P. Pa liar (with maps 

and illustmtions), XV. 309; XVII. 

273 
Twelve Tears' Work of the Ordnance 

Survey, 1887 to 1899 : Col. Sir J. 

Farquharson (with sketch-maps), 

XV. 565 
Geographical Conditions affecting 

British Trade: G. G. Chisholm, 

XVin. 424 
Cinematographing the Severn Bore: 

V. Cornish (with plate), XIX. 52 



EVBOPS 

Hortli Sea — 
Tlte Movements of the Surfioce Waters 
of the North Sea : H. N. Dickson 
(with sketch-maps), VII. 255 
Holland— 
The Beclamation of the Zuiderzee: 
Prof. P. H. Schoute, L 234 
Spain and Portugal— 
The geography and social conditions of 
the Iberian Peninsula: Prof. T. 
Fischer. I. 347 
Western Snropo— 
On the sub-oceanic Physical Features 
off the Coast of Western Europe, 
including France, Spain, and Portug^ : 
I»rof. E. Hull (with map), XIII. 285 
Vorway — 
The Dflsmme Vand, or Rembesdal 
Glacier-lake, Norway : Capt. A. F. 
Mockler-Ferryman (with illustra- 
tions), IV. 524 
Fanroe Islands — 
The Feeroes : E. Grossmann (with map 
and illustrations), VII. I. 
Iceland— 
Dr. Thoroddsen's Explorations in Ice- 
land (map), II. 154 
Across Iceland : K. Grossmann (with 

map and illustrations), HI. 261 
Explorations in Iceland during the years 
1881-1898 : Dr. Th. Thoroddsen (with 
map and illustrations), XII I. 251, 480 
Alps — 
The Glacial Land-forms of the Margins 
of the Alps : H. R. Mill, V. 68 
Italy— 
The Phlegrsean Fields : B. T. Gunther 
(with maps and illustrations), X. 412, 
477 
Kontenegro— 
Montenegro and its Borderlands: W. 
H. Cozens-Hardy (with map and 
illustrations), IV. 385 
Balkan Peninsnla— 
Dr. J. CViji^'s Besearches in Macedonia 
and Southern Albania (with maps), 
XVL 215 
Prot Cvijid on the structure of the 
Balkan Peninsula : Dr. K. Peucker 
(with sketch-map), XIX. 735 



IXDEX TO THE PAPERS IX 



EITBOFE 
Boiaia — 
The I^opulation of Russia : P. Kiopot- 

kiD, X. 196 
Kolgueff Island (with maps) : A. Trevor- 
Battye, V. 97 
Black Sea- 
Exploration of the Black Sea: N. 
Andrusoff, I. 49 



ASIA. 
Siberia- 
Baron Toll's Expedition to Arctic 
Siberia and the New Siberian Islands : 
III. 409 

The Great Siberian Railway (with 
mop) : P. Kropotkin, V. 146 

A Visit to Karaffinski Island, Kam- 
chatka: G. E. H. Barrett-Hamilton 
and H. O. Jones (with map and i 
illustration), XII. 280 < 

Suiiiaii Central Asia — 

The Old Beds of the Amu-Daria : P. ' 
Kropotkin, XII. 306 

Travels in Bokhara: W. R. Rickmers 
(with map, diagrams and illustra- 
tions), XlV. 596 
Turkey in Asia — 

Kurdistan (with mop): Capt. F. R. 
Maunsell, III. 81 

Across Southern Bashan (with map and 
illustrations) : G. R. Lees, Y. 1 

The Sources of the Euphrates : W. F. 
Ainsworth (with map^ VI. 173 

A Joiuney in the Valley of the Upper 
Euphrates: V. W. Yorke (with map 
and illustrations), VIII. 317, 453 

Researches in Karia: W. R. Paton and 
J. L. Myres (with map and Uiustra- 
tioDS), IX. 38 

The Mesopotamian Petroleum Field : 
(^apt. F. R. Maunsell (with map), IX. 
528 

Explorations in Mysia : J. A. R. Munro 
and H. M. Anthony (with map and 
illustrations), IX. 150, 256 

( Contributions to the Geography of I^ake 
Urmi and its Neighbourhood: R. T. 
(fUnther (with map aad illustrations), 
XIV. 504 

Central Kurdistan : Maj. F. R. Maunsell 
(with map and illustrations), XVIII. 
121 

Through the Great Canon of the 
Euphrates River : E. Huntington 
(with map and illustrations), XX. 
175 

The geographical conditions determin- 
ing History and Religion in Asia 
Minor: Prof. W. M. Ramsay (with 
map), XX. 257 

To the Jof and back : Rev. A. Forder 
(;with illustrations), XX. 619 
Arabia and Sokotra— 

A Journey in Hadramut : L. Hirsch 
(with sketch-map), III. 19G 



ASIA 

Arabia and Sokotra — continued. 
Expedition to the Hadramut: J. T. 

Bent (with map and illastrations), 

IV. 315 
Exploration of the Frankincense 

Country, Southern Arabia: J. T. 

Bent (map and illuatrations), VI. 109 
Journal of an Excursion in Oman, in 

Sonth-East Arabia : Col. S. B. Miles 

(with map), VII. 522 
Exploration in the Yafei and Fadhli 

Countries: Mrs. T. Beiit (with map 

and illustrations), XII. 41 
Across the Green Mountains of Oman : 

Col. S. B. Miles (i^ith sketch-map), 

XVIII. 465 
Three journeys in Northern Oman : 

Rev. S. M. Zwemer (with sketch-map 

and illustrations), XIX. 54 
The PJnglish Expedition to Sokotra: 

Dr. H. O. Forbes, XIII. 638 
The Austrian Expedition to Soutliern 

Arabia and Sokotra, XIII. 688 
Pertian Gulf— 
Ancient Trading Centres of the Persian 

Gulf: Capt. A. W. Stifle (with illus- 
trations), VI. 166; VII. 644; IX. 

309; X. 608; XHI. 294 ; XVI. 211 ; 

XVIII. 291 
Persian Gulf Notes : Capt. A. \V. Stiffe 

(with illustrations), XII. 179 
Pertia, Afghanistan, etc. — 

Ascent of Mount Demavend: E. G. 

Duflf, I. 149 
The Bakhtiari Mountains and Upper 

Elam : Lieut.-Col. H. A. Sawyer (with 

map and illustrations), IV. 481 
A Journey in Persian Kurdistan: W. 

B. Hams (with map), VI. 453 
Journeys in Persia (1890-1891): C*apt. 

H. B. Vaughan (with map), VII. 24, 

163 
From Teheran towards the Caspian : 

Lieut-Col. H. lu Wells, VHI. 501 
Recent journeys in Persia: Capt. P. 

Molesworth Sykes (with map and 

illustrations), X. 568 
A Fourth journey in Persia, 1897-1901 : 

Maj. P. Molesworth Sykes (with maps 

and illustrations), XIX. 121 
Notes on Ancient and Medisval Mak- 

ran : Col. [Sir] T. H. Holdich (with 

map), VII. 387 
The Southern I3orderlands of Afghan- 
istan : A. H. McMahon (with map and 

illastrations), IX. 392 
ThePerso-Baluch Boundary : Col. [Sir] 

T. H. Holdich, IX. 416 
An Orographic Map of Afghanistan 

and Baluchistan: Col. Sir T. H. 

Holdich (with map), XVI. 527 
A journey from Quetta to Meshed via 

tne Nushki-Sistan Trade-route: — I. 

By the Earl of Ronaldshay ; II. By 

E. Penton (with map and illustra- 
tions), XX. 70, 80 



THE (GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL, VOLS. I.— XX. 



XI 



ASIA 

India and Himalayu— 
Chitral : I. 51 
The Croesing of the Hispar Pass: W. 

M. Conway, L 131 
Chilas: Gen. Sir M. A. S. Biddulph, 

L342 
Exploration in the Mustagh Mountains : 

W. M. Conway, II. 289 
The Evolution of Indian Geography : 

B. D. Oldham (with sketch-maps and 

illuBtrations), III. 169 
The Census of India : C. E. D. Black, 

HI. 216 
The Landslip at Gohna, in British 

(larwhal (with map and diagrams), 

IV. 162 
Eafiristan : G. S. Robertson (with map), 

IV. 193 

Chitral, Hnnza, and the Hindu Kusli 

(map and illustrations) : [Bir] F. E. 

Younghusband, V. 409 
The Indian Surveys, 1893-94 : C. E. D. 

Black, VI. 27 
The origin of the Kafir of the Hindu 

Rush : Col. [Sir] T. H. Holdich, VH. 

42 
Tiiah: CoL Sir T. H. Holdich (with 

map and illustrations), XII. 337 
The Environs and Native Names of 

Mount Everest : Major L. A. Waddell 

(with diagram), XII. 564 
The Geography of the North-West 

Frontier of India: Col. Sir T. H. 

Holdich, XVII. 461 
The formation of the Maldives: J. 

Stanley Gardiner (sketch-maps and 

illustrations), XIX. 277 
The Glaciers of Kangchenjun>2:a : D. 

W. Freshfleld (plates), XIX. 453 
Prof. Agassiz, Expedition to the Mal- 
dives, XIX. 480 
Notes on a map of **The Glaciers of 

Kangchenjunga," with remarks on 

some of the physical features of the 

district: Prof. E. J. Garwood (with 

maps and plate), XX. 13 
Pamirs, Tibet, B. Turkestan^ 
A joumev across Tibet: Capt. H. 

Bower, t 385 
The Pevtsoff Expedition and M. Bog- 

danovitch^s Surveys: E. D. Morgan, 

IL55 
Journeying in the Pamirs and Central 

Asia (with map) : Earl of Dunmore, 

II. 385 
A Journey in Mongolia and Tibet : W. 

W. Rockhill (with map), IH. 357 
A Journey across Central Asia : St. G. 

R. Littledale (with map and illustra- 
tions). HI. 445 
Note on the R.G.8. Map of Tibet: 

Gen. J. T. Walker (with map), IV. 52 
A Trip to Turkestan : Capt. H. Bower, 

V. 240 

The Falls of the Tsang-po (San-pu), 
and Identity of that River with the 



A0IA 
Pamirs, Tibet, E. Turkestan— conttnu«d. 
Brahmaputra (illustration): Maj. L. 
A. Waddell, V. 258 

Attempts to ascend Mustagh-Ata: Dr. 
Sven Hedin (illustrations), VI. 350 

A journey across Tibet, from North to 
South: St G. R. Littledale (with 
maps and illustrations), VII. 453 

The Pamirs and the Source of the Oxus : 
Curzon [Lord Curzon] (with map and 
illustrations), VIII. 15, 97, 239 

The Central Asian Expedition of 
Captain Roborovosky and Lieut. 
Kozloff (with maps), VIII. 161 

A Journey through the Takla-Makan 
Desert, Chinese Turkestan : Dr. Sven 
Hedin (with dia^ams),Vin. 264, S5G 

Russian Expeditions it Tibet, IX. 
546 

Four Years' Travel in Central Asia: 
Dr. Sven Hedin (with map and 
illustrations), XI. 240, 397 

The Lob Nor Controversy (with maps), 
XI. 652 

Through Tibet to China : Captain M. S. 
Wellby (with map), XII. 262 

The Proceedings of the Pamir Boundary 
Commission (with map), XIII. 50 

A journey to Northern Tibet aud Aksai 
Chin : Captain H. H. P. Deasy, XIII. 
155 

Exploration in Sarlkol : H. H. P. 
Deasy. XIII. 628 

Journey to the lakes Rakas-Tal and 
Manasarowar, in Western Tibet, 
undertaken in September, 1848 : Gen. 
Bir R. Strachey (with map and illustra- 
tions), XV. 150, 243, 394 

Journeys in Central Asia : Captain 
H. H. P. Deasy (with map and 
illustrations), XVI. 141, 501 

On the .\fghan Frontier : A reconnais- 
sance in ShugQan, XVI. 666 

Note on Topographical Work in Chinese 
Turkestan: Dr. M. A. Stein, XVII. 
409 

Lhasa: Col. Sir T. H. Holdich (with 
illustrations), XVIII. 602 

The Russian Tibet Expedition, 1899- 
1901 : Captain P. K. Kozloff (with 
sketch-map and illustrations), XIX. 
576 

Summary of the results of Dr. Sven 
Hedin*s latest journey in Central 
Asia (1899-1902) : Dr. S. Hedin 
(with sketch-map, illustrations, and 
diagram), XX. 307 

A journey of geographical and arolieo- 
logical exploration in Chinese 
Turkestan : Dr. M. A. Stein (with 
map and illustrations), XX. 575 
Eastern Asia- 
China, Japan, and Korea : Baron F. v. 
Richthofen, IV. 556 

The Island of Sakhalin : Prof. v. 
Kiasnow, VIL 422 



Xll 



INDEX TO THE PAPERS IX 



ASIA 

Japan— 
The Great Earthquake in Japan (with 

sketch-map). III. 213 
The Early Cartography of Japan: G. 

Collin^dge (facsimilos). III. 408 
The Lnchn Islands and tiieir Inhabitants 

(map and illnstrations) : B. H. 

Chamberlain, Y. 289, 446, 534 
EjEploration in the Japanese Alps. 1891- 

1894 : Bev. W. Weston (with map 

and illustrations), YII. 125 
The Great Sea- Waves in Japan : Prof. 

J. Milne (with map), VIII. 157 
On the distribution of earthquakes in 

Japan : C. Davison (with map and 

diagrams), X. 530 
The great Japanese earthquake of 

October 28, 1891 : C. Davison (with 

illustrations), XVII. 635 
Kanohnria and Mongolia-— 
Journey through Central Manchuria: 

Eev. J. A. Wylie, II. 443 
Our Commercial Belations with Chinese 

Manchuria : A. R. Agassiz, IV. 534 
Notes of a Journey in Northern Mongolia 

in 1893 : A. A. Borradaile (with note 

by N. Elias (and illustrations), V. 

562 
M. Obmcheff's Explorations in Mon- 
golia, V. 260 
Russian Explorations in Manchuria : 

P. Kropotkin, XI. 63 
A Journey through the Khingan Moun- 
tains : A. Donaldson Smith (with 

map and illustrations), XI. 498 
Through the Hun Kiang Gorges; or. 

Notes of a Tour in " No Man's Land," 

Manchuria : R. T. Turley (with map), 

XIV. 292 
China — 

A Journey in Western Sze-Chuan : 

Mrs. J. Bishop (with map and 

illustrations), X. 19 
The New Rapid on the Tang-tse : 

F. S. A. Bourne (with sketch-map), 

X. 191 
The Yangtse-Chianp : W. R. Carles 

(with map), XII. 225 
The Resources and Means of Communi- 
cation of China: G. G. Chisholm 

(with map and sections), XII. 500 
Recent Journey from Shanghai to 

Bhamo through Hunan : Captain 

A. M. S. Wingate (with sketch-map), 

XIV. 639 
A Journey through South- West Sechuan : 

E. Amundsen (with sketch-map), XV. 

620 ; XVI. 531 
The Crux of the Upper Yangtse: A. 

Little (with illustrations), XVIIL 498 
From Shanghai to Bhamo : Dr. R. L. 

Jack (with map and illustrations), 
XIX. 249 
From the Yang-tse Kiang to the China 
Sea : W. Barclay Parsons (with map 

and illustrations), XIX. 711 



A7BICA 

Indo-China and Malay Pen. — 

Journeys in French Indo-China (Tong- 
king, Annam. Cochin China. Cam- 
bodia) : Lord Curzon (map and illus- 
trations), II. 97, 193 

Johore : H. Lake (with map). III. 281 

On the River Telubin : H. Louis (with 
map), IV. 219 

Notes on a Journey to some of the 
South- Western Provinces of Siam : H. 
Warington Smyth (with map and 
illustrations), VI. 401, 522 

From Yun-nan to British India : Prince 
Henry of Orleans (map), VII. 800 

The Country- of the Shans: Ool. R. G. 
Woodthorpe (with map and illus- 
trations), VII. 577 

Journey round Siam : J. S. Black (with 
map and illustrations), VIII. 429 

A Journey from Tonkin to Tali-fu to 
Assam : Prince H. d'Orleans (with 
map), VIII. 566 

A Journey through the Malay States of 
Trengganu and Kelantan : H. Clifford 
(with map and illustrations), IX. 1 

Journeys in the Siamese East Coast 
States: H. Warington Smyth (with 
map and illustrations), XI. 465 

A Trip to the Chinese Shan States : F. 
W. Garev(with map and illustrationsX 
XIV. 378 

Journeys in the Chinese Shan States : 
F. AV. Carey (with map and illus- 
trations), XV. 486 
Malay Archipelago— 

A Journey up the Baram River to Mt. 
Dulit and the Highlands of Borneo : 
0. Hose, L 193 

The Cambridge Anthropological Expe- 
dition to Torres Straits and Sarawak, 
XIV. 302 

A description of Christmas Island 
(Indian Ocean) : C. W. Andrews 
(with map, sections, and illustrations), 
XIII. 17 

In the Heart of Borneo : C. Hose (witli 
map and illustrations), XVI. 39 

The Dutch Siboga Expedition to the 
Malav Archipelago (with map), XA'I. 
549 ' 

AFRICA. 
General — 

Treaty-making in Africa : Capt. F. D. 

Lugard, I. 53 
The Recent Territorial Arrangements 

in Africa : E. G. Ravenstein (with 

maps), IV. 54 
Railways in Africa : Major L. Darwin 

(with map), VIIL 488 
Through Africa from the Cape to Cairo :. 

£. S. Grogan (with map and illus- 
trations), XVI. 164 
How are we to get Maps of Africa ? 
. Col. Sir T. H. Holdich (with map), 

XVIII. 590 



THE GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL, VOLS. T.-XX. 



xiii 



AniOA 
Koroeeo — 

A Jouniey to Tafllet (with map) : W. B. 

Harrifl, V. 319 
The Nomadio Berbers of Central 

Morocco : W. B. Harris (with sketoh- 

maps), IX. 638 
The Roman Roads of Morocco : W. B. 

Harris (with sketch-map), X. 300 
Journey to Morocco City : Capt. P. H. 

Fawoett(with8ketcb-mapX XIX. 189 
AlgsKia, Tunis, Tripoli, Sahara— 
A Journey through the Tunisian 

Sahara: Sir H. H. Johnston (with 

map and illustrations), XI. 581 
Notes on a Journey in Tarhuna and 

Gharian, Tripoli : H. S. Cowper (with 

map and illustrations), YII. 150 
Further Notes on the Tripoli Hill 

Range : H. B. Cowper (with map and 

illustrations), IX. 620 
From Algeria to the French Congo: 

F. Fonreau (with map and illus- 

tnttions,Xyn.l35 
A Visit to the Hoggar Twaregs : W. J. 

Harding King ^th illustrations), 

XX. 507 
WettAMea— 
The Anglo-French Boundaries in West 

Africa : E. G. RaTenstein(with map), 

XIL73 
Wanderings in the Hinterland of 

Sierra Leone : T. J. Alldridge (with 

map), IV. 123 
An Expedition to the Source of the 

Niger : Col. J. K. Trotter (with map 

and illustrations, X. 237, 386 
Journeys in the Benin Country, West 

Africa : Capt. H. L. Gallwey, I. 122 
Hausa Pilgrimages from the Western 

Sudan, togewer with a Native 

Account of the Death of General 

€U>rdon : Rey. C. H. Robinson, II. 451 
The Benue and the Anglo-German 

Treaty of Noyember 15, 1893 (map) : 

E. G. Ravenstein, IH. 42 
An Exi>edition to Eiorgu, on the Niger : 

Capt. F. D. Lugard (with map and 

illustrations), VI. 205 
The Hausa Territories : — I. Hausaland : 

Rey. C. H. Robinson. II. Notes on a 

Journey through the Sokoto Empire 

and Borgu in 1894: Wm. Wallace 

(with map), VIH. 211 
Nupe and Ilorin : Lieut. S. Vandeleur 

(with map and illustrations), X. 349 
Notes on a Journey to Pali and 

Mamaidi, in the Kingdom of Banchi : 

P. A. Cliye (with sketch-map), XIV. 

177 
Regions of the Benue : L. H. Moseley 

(with map), XIV. 630 
The German Expedition to Adamawa : 

Dr. Passarge, V. 50 
Congo StatOf Angola- 
Recent explorations in the S.E. Congo 

Basin : E. G. Rayenstein, 1. 223 



AfBIOA 
Conffo State, Angola — eonHnued. 
Toe Stairs Expedition to Kataogaland : 

J. A. Moloney, II. 238 
Three Years* Trayel in the Congo Free 

State (map and illustrations): S. L. 

Hinde, V. 426 
The Ancient Kingdom of Kongo : Rey. 

T. Lewis (with map and illustrations), 

XIX. 541 
The Upper Congo as a Waterway : Rey. 

G. Grenfell (with maps), XX. 485 
Egypt and ITile Valley— 
Further routes in the Eastern Desert of 

Egypt : E. A. Floyer, I. 408 
A Visit to the Normem Sudan : J. T. 

Bent (with map and illustrations), 

Vm. 335 
A Journey to Siwa in September and 

October, 1896: W. Jennings-Bramly 

(with sketch-map), X. 597 
Itinerary from Kantara to EI Arfsh : A. 

R. Guest (with map and illustrations), 

XIII. 281 
On Desert Sand-dunes bordering the 

Nile Delta: V. Cornish (with map 

and illustrations), XV. 1 
The Emerald Mines of Northern Etbai : 

D. A, MacAlister (with maps and 

illustrations), XVI. 537 
The Oases of the Mudirieh of Assyut : 

A. R. Guest (with map and illus- 
trations), XVI. 655 
A Journey from Farafra to Siwa, 1898 : 

W. JenniAgs-Bramly (with map), 

XIX. 73 
The Mediterranean Coast Region of 

Egypt : Major Rycroft, XX. 502 

The *« Sudd " of the White Nile (with 
illustrations), XV. 234 

Suryey of the Sobat Region : Major H. 
H. Austin (with map and illus- 
trations), XVII. 495 

Surveys on the proposed Sudan- 
Abyssinian Frontier: Major C. W. 
Gwynn<(with map and illustrations), 
XVIII. 562 

The " Sudd " of the White Nile : E. S. 
Crispin (with illustrations), XX. 318 

A Trip up the Khor Feins, and Country 
on the left bank of the Sobat : Capt. H. 
H. Wilson (with sketch-map), XX. 401 
Abyssinia, Somaliland— 

The Ancient Trade Route across 
Ethiopia (map) : J. T. Bent, II. 140 

Italian Explorations in the Upper 
Basin of the Jub : E. G. Rayenstein 
(with map), III. 134 

Dr. D. Smith's Expedition to Somali- 
land (map), V. 124 

Expedition through Somaliland to Lake 
Rudolf: Dr. A. Donaldson Smith 
(with map and illustrations), VIII. 
120, 221 

Eg^pt and Abyssinia : Prof. L. Reinisch, 

h 



xiv 



INDEX TO THE PAPBBS IN 



AFBIOA 

Abygsinia, Boma,UlB,nA— continued. 

Two Beoent Journeys in Northern 
Somaliland. I. : F. B. Parkinson 
and Lieut. Brander-Dunber. II.: 
G. P. y. Aybner (with maps and 
illustrations), XI. 15 

A Yolcanio Graier in Northern Somali- 
land : A. £. Pease (with ^etch-map 
and diagram), XI. 138 

Through Bomaliland to Lake Budolf : 
H. 8. Oayendish (with map and 
illustrations), XI. 372 

A Journey through Abyssinia to the 
Nile : U. Weld Blundell (with map 
and illustrations), XY. 97. 264 

King Menelek's DcMuinions and the 
Country between Lake Gkillop (Ru- 
dolO and the Nile Valley : Gapt. M. 
S. Wellby (with map), XVI. 292 

Notes on a journey from Zeila to 
Khartum: O. T. Crosby (with sketoh- 
map and illustrations), XVIII. 46 

A Journey from Zeila to Lake Budolf: 
J. J. Harrison (wiih map), XVIII. 
258 

From the Somali Coast through Southern 
Ethiopia to the Sudan : O. Neumann 
(with map and illustrations), XX. 373 
East Africa— 

Tho Anglo-German Boundary in East 
Equatorial Africa. Proceedings of 
tho British Commission, 1892 : C. S. 
Smith (with map), IV. 424 

Neumann's Journey in East Africa 
(with map), VI. 274 

Expedition to Buwenzori and Tangan- 
yika : G. F. Scott Elliot (with maps 
and illustrations), VI. 301 

A journey from Omdurman to Mombasa 
via Lake Budolf : Breret-Maj. H. H. 
Austin (with map), XIX. 669 

Expedition up the Jub Iliver through 

Somaliland, East Africa: Commdr. 

F. G. Dundae, L 209 
With ihe Bailway Survey to Victoria 

Nyanza (map and illustrations): 

Capt. J. W. Pringle, II. 112 
Peoples, Places, and Prospects in British 

East Africa: C. W. Hobley (with 

illustration), IV. 97 
Contributions to the Physical Geo- 
graphy of British East Africa : J. W. 

Gregory (with map and diagrams), IV. 

289, 408, 505 
Upon a Visit to Tsayo and the Taita 

Highlands (maps): C. W. Hobley, 

V. 545 
On a Journey from Machako's to 

Kitwyi : J. Ainsworth, VII. 406 
Journe}'s in Gosha and beyond the 

Deshek Wama: C. H. Craufurd 

(with map), IX. 54 
Notes on a Journey round Mount 

Masawa or El^on: C. W. Hobley 

(with map and diagram), IX. 178 



A7SI0A 

last Afrioa — continued. 
Two Years* Travel in Ug;anda, Unyoro, 

and on the Upper Nile: C. V. S. 

Vandeleur (with map and illustiii- 

tions), IX. 369 
Kavirondo : G. W. Hobley (with map), 

XIL 361 
Lake Choga and the surrounding 

country: Gapt. B. T. Kirkpatrick, 

Xin. 410 
Journeys to the North of Uganda: — 

I. Ool. J. B. L. liaodonald ; II. I^ake 

Budolf: Maj. H. H. Austin (with 

map and illustrations), XIV. 129 
Mr. Jenner^s Expedition from Kismayu 

to Logh, on the Juba (with map), 

XIV. 637 
From Njemps to Marich, Save, and 

Mumia's (British East Africa) : M^or 

H. H. Austin (with map), XIV. 

307 
Boad-making and Surveying in British 

East Africa: Gapt. G. E. Smith (with 

map and diagram), XIV. 269 
A Journey to the Summit of Mount 

Kenya, British East Africa: H. J. 

Mackinder (with maps and illustni- 

tions), XV. 453 
A Journey from Lake Naivasha to the 

Victoria Nyanza : Capt. G. H. Gorges 

(with map and illustrations), XVI. 

78 
An Expedition between Lake Budolf 

and the Nile : Dr. A. D. Smith (with 

map and illustrations), XVI. 600 
Sir Harry Johnston's Beoent Journeys 

in the Uganda Protectorate, XVII. 39 
Notes of a journey on the Tana Biver, 

July to September, 1899: Gapt. H. 

de Pree (with illustrations), XVII. 

512 
The Lake-level of the Victoria Nyanza : 

E. G. Bavenstein (with diagrams), 

XVIII. 403 

The Uganda Protectorate, Buwenzori, 
and the Semliki Forest: Sir H. H. 
Johnston (with map and illustrations), 

XIX. 1 

Kikayu : Notes on the country, people, 
flora, and faima : Major B. Crawshay, 

XX. 24 

Notes of a journey through Uganda, 
down the Nile to Gondokoro (July, 
1902) : Sir C. N. E. Eliot, XX. 611 

Dr. Baumann between Victoria Nyanza 

and Tanganyika, I. 228 
The Eonde Country (sketch-map) : Bev. 

Dr. Merensky, 11. 821 
Crater Lakes North of Lake Nyasa, with 

a Suggestion as to the Origin of 

Central African Lakes (map) : Dr. D. 

Kerr-Cross, V. 112 
Mozambique — 
The Sugar-Loaf Mountain, Mozambique : 

W. A. ChurchUl, IV. 352 



THE GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL, VOLS. I.— XX. 



XV 



AFBIOA 
Central Afriift— 
Ck»iiiit Gutzen's Journey acroas Equa- 
torial Africa (map), V. 354 
The Phyiioal Features of the Nyasa 

and Tanganyika Districts of Central 

Africa : J. E. S. Moore (with map and 

diagrams), X. 289 
Delimitation of the British and French 

Spheres in Central Africa (with map), 

Xin. 524 
Note on the heights of liakes Nyasa 

and Tanganyika above 8ea-level: 

Oipt. C. F. Close, XI [L 623 
Tangpanyika and the Conntries north of 

it : J. £. H. Moore (with map and 

illustoitionB), XYII. 1 ; Methods used 

in Surveying, and General Notes : 

M. Ferguson (appendix), XVU. 37 
The Co^go-ZamDezi Water-parting : 

Capt. C. Lemaire (with map and 

illustrations), XIX. 173 
Travel and Trade-Routes in North- 

Eastem Rhodesia and adjacent parts 

of East Central Africa (with maps). 

A Yoyage on Lake Tanganyika : R. 

Codrington, XIX. 598 
Vyasaland, K. Bhodesia — 
To Lake Bangwoolo and the unexplored 

region of British Central Africa : J. 

Thomson, L 97 
The Industrial Development of Nyasa- 

land : J. Buchanan, 1. 245 
A journey from the Shire River to l^akc 

Mwem and the Upper Luapula: A. 

Sharpe, I. 524 
Routes and Districts in Southern Nyasa- 

land (map and sketch-map) : Lieut. 

B. L. Sclatcr, 11. 403 
The British Central Africa Protectorate 

(map and illustrations) : H. H. 

Johnston, Y. 193 
Kilwa Island, in Lake Mweru : A. Blair- 

Watson (with map), Vlf 458 
A Visit to Ijake Chiuta, British Central 

Africa: R. Codrington (with map), 

VII. 183 
The Geography and Resources of British 

Central Africa: A. Sharpe (with 

illustrations), VII. 366 
Lake Mweru and the Luapula Delta: 

A. Blair Watson, IX. 58 
A Journey in the Marotse and Mashi- 

kolumbwe Countries : A. St. H. 

Gibbons (with map and illustrations), 

IX. 121 
A Journey up the Maohili : P. C. Reid, 

IX. 148 
From the Machili to Lialui : Captain A. 

Bertrand, IX. 145 
Explorations in the west of Lake Nyasa : 

R. I. Money and Dr. S. K. Smith 

(with map and illustrations), X. 146 
The Central Angoniland District of the 

British Centrtil African Protectorate : 

R. Codrington (with sketch-map and 

illustrations), XI. 509 



AFBICA 

Hyaialand, H. Bhodesia — conUntud. 

Northern Rhodesia : H. Croad and C. D. 
Hoste (with map), XI. 617 

Circumnavigation of Lake Bangweolo: 
V. Weatherley (with map and illustra- 
tions), XII. 241 

The Nyasa-Tanganyika Plateau : — 
I. By Captain F. F. B. Boileau. II. By 
L. A. Wallace (with maps and 
illustrations), XIII. 577 

A Journev from Fort Jameson to Old 
Chitambo and the Tanganyika 
Plateau: R. Codrington (with map)) 
XV. 227 

Notes on the Country between Lake 
Chiuta and the River Lull, Central 
Africa : Capt. F. B. Petirce (with map 
and illustrations), XV. 612 

A Journey from Fort Jameson to the 
Kafue River : C. P. Cbesnaye (with 
map), XVII. 42 

Explorations in Marotseland and Neigh- 
bouring Regions: Major A. St. H. 
Gibbons (witn maps and illustrations), 
XVL 106 

The Kafue River and its Headwaters : 
G. Grey (with map), XVIII. 62 

Joiumey from Domira Bay, Lake Nyasa, 
to Fife, on the Tanganyika Plateau : 
C. McKinnon, XIX. 603 

Journey to the Kafue and Znmbo 
Districts : P. H. Selby, XIX. 605 

(Geographical results of the explorations 
of the French ** White Fathers" in 
North-Eastem Rhodesia: H. Maitre 
(with sketch-map), XX. 324 
Boath AMea — 

Twenty years in Zambesia : F. C. Sclous, 

I. 289 

Notes on a portion of the Kalahari : E. 
Wilkinson, I. 824 

South - West Africa, English and 
German (from an economical point 
of view) : Joachim Count Pfeil (map 
and illustrations), II. 29 

Historical evidence as to the Zim- 
babwe Ruins : Dr. H. Schlichter, II. 44 

The Zoutpansberg (roldfields in the 
South African Republic (map and 
illustrations): F. Jeppe, II. 218 

Geographical Results of the Anglo- 
Portuguese Delimitation Commission 
in South-East Africa, 1892 (map and 
illustrations) : Major J. J. I^everson, 

II. 505 

Notes in Eastern Masbonaland (illustra* 
tions) : W. A. Eckersley, V. 27 

Notes on Mr. Selous's Map of Masbona- 
land and Manika (map) : E. G. 
Ravenstein, V. 46 

Travels and Researches in Rhodesia: 
H. Schlichter (with map and illustra- 
tions), XIII. 376 

Dr. Passarge's Journeys in South Africa 
(with sketch-map), XIV. 310 

Journeys in the Linyante Region : P. C. 



XVI 



INDEX TO THE PAPERS IN 



A7BI0A 

South AMoa — continued, 

Reid (with map and illustiations), 
XVII. 573 
Col. Arnold's Map of the Banie Ooantry 
(with map), XVin. 514 
Kadagaaoar — 
Notes on Western Madagasoar and the 
Antinosi Ck)untry : J. T. Last (with 
maps), VI. 227 

NORTH AMERICA. 

General — ^ 

The Glaciers of North America : Prof. 
I. C. Russell, Xn. 553 
British Horth America — 

The Topographical Work of the Geo- 
logical Surrey of Canada: James 
White, X. 623 

On 8now-waves and Snow-drifts in 
Canada, with Notes on the ''Snow- 
mushrooms " of the Selkirk Mountains : 
V. Cornish (with sketch-maps and 
illustrations), XX. 137 

Explorations through the Interior of 

the Lahrador Peninsula, 1893-1894 

(map) : A. P. Low, V. 513 
Recent Explorations to the South of 

Hudson Bay : Dr. R. Bell (with map 

and illustrations), X. 1 
A trip on the Tha-Anne River, Hudson 

Bay : Rev. J. Lofthouse (with map), 

XIII. 274 
An Expedition through the Barren 

Lands of Northern Canada: J. B. 

Tyrrell (with map), IV. 437 
A Second Expedition through the 

Barron Lands of Northern Canada: 

J. B. TyrreU (with map), VI. 438 
A Journey from Chesterfield Inlet to 

Great Slave Lake, 1898-1899 : D. T. 

Hanbury (with map), XVI. 63 
A Survey in Baffinland, with a Short 

Description of the Country: Dr. R. 

Bell (with map and illustrations), 

XVm. 25 
Explorations in the Great Bear Lake 

Region: J. Mackintosh Bell (with 

map and illustrations), XVUI. 249 
The Geography and Resources of the 

Yukon Basin : W. Ogilvie (with map 

and illustrations), XII. 21 
Mount Brown and the Sources of the 

Athabasca (map): Prof. A. P. Cole- 
man, V. 53 
Lake Louise, in the Canadian Rocky 

Mountains: W. D. Wilcox (with 

sketch-maps and illustrations), VII. 

49 
Exploration in the Canadian Rockies: 

A Search for Mount Hooker and 

Mount Brown: Prof. Norman Collie 

(with map and illustrations), XIII. 

337 
Sources of the Saskatchewan: W. D. 



AXEBIOA 

British Vorth Amtrietk— continued. 

Wilcox (with sketch • map and 
Ulnstrations), XIII. 358 
Exploration in the Canadian Rocky 
Mountains : Prof. J. N. Collie (with 
illustrations), XVII. 252 



Notes on Glaciers of South-Eastem 

Alaska and adjoining territory : O. J. 

Klotz (with maps and illustiations), 

XIV. 528 
United States— 
The Treeless Plains of the United 

States : J. W. Redway, III. 209 
Recent Geographical Work by the 

United States Geological Survey : M. 

Baker (with map), IV. 147 
The U.S. Geological Survey : M. Baker, 

VI. 252 
Geographical Research in the United 

States : M. Baker, XI. 52 . 
Hydrography of the United States: 

F. H. Newell, XI. 152 

The Geographical Work of the United 

States Coast Geodetic Survey : T. C. 

Mendcnhall and O. H. Tittmann, XI. 

XL 289 
United States Daily. Atmospheric 

Survey : W. L. Moore, XH. 176 
The Eastern Gateway of the United 

States: Prof. A P. Brigham (with 

map), XIII. 513 
The Anglo-Saxons of the Kentucky 

Moun^ins: a. Study in Anthropogeo- 

graphy: Miss E. C. Semple (with 

map and illustrations), XVII. 588 
Mezico — 
The Western Sierra Madre of Mexico : 

O. H. Howarth, VL 422 
Popocatepetl, and the Volcanoes of the 

Valley of Mexico: O. H. Howarth 

(with map and illustrations), VIII. 

137 
Notes on a Section of North Mexico : J. 

G. L. Stephenson (with map), XI. 424 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. 

Oentral America- 
Costa Rica: Col. G. E. Church (with 

map), X. 56 
North-East Nicaragua: J. M. Nicol 

(with map), X. 658 
Weft Indies- 
Through Haiti : H. Pritchard (with 

illustration), XVI. 306 
The Eruptions in Martinique and St. 

Vincent : H. N. Dickson (with maps), 

XX. 49 
The Volcanic Eruption at St. Vincent : 

E. Andre' (with illustrations), XX. 

60 
Sonth America — 
An Outline of its Physical Geography : 

Col. G. E. Church (with maps), XVII. 

333 



THE GEOGBAPHICAL JOUBNAL, VOLS. I.— XX. 



xvli 



AKSBIOA 

Bnudl, Chiiana, VenoioAlft — 
Notes on the Yisit of Dr. Baoh to the 
Catnqmnara Indians: Col. G. E. 
Church (with diagrams), XII. 63 
Four months of Travel in British 
Guiana (map) : G. G. Dixon, V. 337 
The Shore of Demerara and Essequibo, 
BritiBh Gniana: F. J. Gray (with 
illustrationsX XX. 408 
In the Valley of the Orinoco : Major S. 
Paterson (with map and illostration)) 
Xin.39 
The Canra Affluent of the Orinoco : E. 
Andre (with sketch-map), XX. 283 
Ecuador, Pera, BoUvia — 
The Kiver Napo : C. D. Tyler. III. 476 
The GalipagoB Islands : Dr. Wolf, VI. 

560 
Descriptive Notes on the Southern 
Plateau of Bolivia and- the Sources of 
the River Pelaya: C. M. 8. Pasley, 
III. 105 
Becent Discoveries in the Basin of the 
Biver Madre de Dioe (Bolivia and 
Peru): C. R. Markham, VII. 187 
Explorations in the Bolivian Andes: 
Sir W. M. Conway (with map and 
illustrations), XIV. 14 
Notes on a Map of Part of the Cordillera 
Real of Bolivia : Sir W. M. Conway 
(with map), XV. 528 
Northern Bolivia and President Pando's 
New Map : Col. G. E. Church (with 
map), XVm. 144 
ChiU, Ari^entiiia — 
Mr. Fitz Gerald's Expedition to Acon- 
cagua : E. A. Fitz Gerald, X. 469 
Exploration on and around Aconcagua : 
E. A. Fitz Gerald (with map and 
illustrations), XII. 469 
Dr. Siemiradzki's Explorations in 

Patagonia (map), II. 158 
A Journey in South- Western Patagonia : 
O. Nordenskiold (with map and illus- 
trations), X. 401 
Explorations in Patagonia: Dr. F. P. 
Moreno (with map and illustrations), 
XIV. 241, 353 
The Patagonian Cordillera and its Main 
Rivers, between 41° and 48° South 
Latitude : Dr. H. Steffen (with map 
and illustrations), XVI. 14, 185 
Methods of Survey employed by the 
Chilean Boundary Commissions in 
the Cordillera of the Andes : Prof. A. 
Bertrand, XVL 329 
The Pampas : P. Kropotkin, III. 818 
Journeys and Explorations on the 
Piloomayo River: I^ieut. O. J. 
Storm, Vn. 82 
Argentine Geography and the Ancient 
Pampean S€»: Col. G. E. Church, 
XII. 386 
Exploration of the Bermejo River and 
ite Affluents, Argentine Republic 
(with map),OCV. 599 



ABono 

Chili, Argentina— <)0filimMd. 
Notes on the Anthropogeography of 

Argentina : Dr. F. P. Moreno, XVIII. 

574 
Bolivia by the Rio de la Plata Route : 

Col. G. E. Church (with sketch-map), 

XIX. 64 

AUSTRALASIA AND PACIFIC. 

Australia— 
The Influence of Geographical Position 

on the Developroent of the Australian 

Natives : F. Favenc, II. 816 
The Great Barrier Reef of Australia : 

H. O. Forbes, II. 540 
The Artesian Water-supply of Australia 

from a Geographical Standpoint : W. 

Gibbons Cox (with sketch-map and 

illustrations), XIX. 560 
Floods in Queensland: H. O. Forbes, 

I. 239 
Journey from Western Australia to 

Warina, in South Australia: W. C. 

Boyd (with map), IX. 61 
Explorations in Western Australia: 

Hon. D. W. Carnegin (with map and 

illustrations), XI. 258 
Hew Zealand — 

Exploration and Character of Principal 

New Zealand Glaciers : A. P. Harper, 

L32 
The Westland Alps, New Zealand 

(with illustrations), V. 61 
The First Crossing of the Southern 

Alps of New Zealand: E. A. Fitz 

Gerald (with map and illustrations), 

VII. 483 
Hew Guinea— 

Studies in the Anthropogeography of 

British New Guinea : Prof. A. C. 

Haddon (with maps and illustrations). 

XVI. 265, 414 
Faoiflo Islands — 

The Gilbert Islands : C. M. Woodford 

(with map), VI. 825 
Account of a Visit to Niuafou : Lieut. 

B. T. Somerville (with illustrations), 

VIL65 
The Eruption of Ambrym Island, New 

Hebrides, South-West Pacific, 1894: 

Commander H. E. Purey-Cust (with 

map and illustrations), VIII. 585 
Exploration in the Caroline Islands : F. 

W. Christian (with map and illus- 
trations), XIII. 105 

POLAR REGIONS. 

Arotio. 
General — 
How can the North Polar Region be 

crossed P Dr. F. Nansen, I. 1 
The North Polar Basin : H. Seebohm, 
IL331 



XVUl 



INDEX TO THE PAPERS IN 



AECTIO 

General— oonltnuMl. 

An Artistic Expedition to the Nortli 
Pole : J. von Payer, V. 106 

Dr. Nansen's North Polar Expedition, 
and its Scientific Beeults: Prof. H. 
Mohn, VIII. 389 

The Nansen Meeting in the Albert Hall 
(with portraits), IX. 249 

Some Kesults of the Norwegian Arctic 
Expedition, 1893-1896: F. Nansen 
(with map and illustrations), IX. 473 

The North Polar Problem. A Dis- 
cussion (with map), IX. 505 

Studies among the Drift Ice of the 
Polar Seas : A. E. Nordenskiuld, XI. 
492 

The Yermah Ice-breaker : Vice-Admiral 
Makaroff (with map and illustrations), 
XV. 32 

Arctic Problems : Sir C. B. Markham 
(with sketch-map), XX. 481 
Bpittbergen, Franz Josef Land, Arotic 
Siberia — 

Visit of the Training Squadron to 
Spitsbergen in 1895 (with map and 
illustrations), VI. 548 

The First Crossing of Spitsbergen : Sir 
W. M. Conway (with map and illus- 
trations), IX. 353 

A Cruise on the East of Spitsbergen : 
A. Pike (with map and illustrations), 
XI. 365 
- An Exploration in 1897 of some of the 
glaciers of Spitsbergen : Sir W. M. 
Conway (witii map and illustrations), 
XII 137 

The Swedish Arctic Expedition of 1898 : 
Prof. A. G. Nathorst (with maps and 
illustrations), XIV. 51, 155 

A NoUj on the Geography of Franz 
Josef Land : A. Montefioro [Brice], 
III. 492 

The Jackson-Harmsworth Polar Expe- 
dition: F. G. Jackson, JV. 141 

The Jackson-Hamisworth North Polar 
Expedition : an account of its first 
winter, and of some discoveries in 
Franz Josef liand : A. Montefiore 
E. Brioe, VI. 499 

The Jackson-Harmsworth Polar Expe- 
dition: A. Montefiore Bric« (with 
map and illustrations), VIII. 543 

On a Be vised Map of Kaiser Franz 
Josef Land, based on Payer's Original 
Survey : Prof. B. Copeland (with 
map), X. 180 

Three Years' Exploration in Franz 
Josef Land : F. G. Jackson (with map 
and illustrations), XI. 113 

The Italian Arctic Expedition, 1899- 
1900, XVIII. 282 

Visit to Barents and Kara Seas: Col. 
H. W. Feilden (with map and illus- 
trations), XI. 333 

Proposal for an Expedition to Sannikoff 
Land : Baron E. von Toll, XII: 162 



AKTABOnO 
Spitsbergen, Frani Joeef Land, Arctic 
Siberia — eantintied. 

Bussian Navigators in the Arctic Ocean 
in 1895-1896: Col. J. Shokalsky 
(with map), XII. 172 

The Bussian Polar Expedition in the 
8arya: Baron E. von Toll, XIX. 475 

The Bussian Polar Expedition. Sum- 
mary Beport for 1901 : Baion £. Toll, 
XX. 216 
Greenland, Arctic America — 

Lieut. Bvdcr's East Greenland Ex- 
pedition, 1891-1892, I. 43 

Lieut. Peary's Arotic work (^Map): C. 
C. Adams, II. 803 

A Journey round Melville Bay (map 
and illustrations) : E. Astrup, V. 345 

Journeys in North Greenland : Lieut. 
E. A. Peary (with map and illustra- 
tions), XI. 213 

The Danish East Greenland Expedition 
in 1900 : Lieut. G. C. Amdrup (with 
map and illustrations), XVI. 662 

On the map of King Oscar Fjord and 
Kaiser Franz Josef Fjord in North- 
Eastern Greenland : Dr. A. G. Na- 
thorst (with maps and illustrations), 
XVII. 48 

Capt. Sverdrup'a Expedition to Northern 
Greenland (with plan and illustra- 
tion), XIII. 136 

A proposed expedition to the North 
Magnetic Pole : Capt. B. Amundsen, 
XIX. 484 

Expedition to the North Magnetic Pole : 
Capt. B. Amundsen (with sketch- 
map), XX. 627 

Antabotio. 
General— 

The renewal of Antarctic Exploration 

(map and illustrations): J. Murray, 

III. 1 
The Bath3rmetrical Conditions of the 

Antarctic Bcgions: H. Ar^towski 

(with diagrams), XIV. 77 
The Antarctic Climate: U. Ar^towski 

(with diagrams), XIV. 413 
On tho Physical and Chemical Work 

of an Antarctic £x])edition : J. Y. 

Buchanan, XIV. 552 
C'onsiderations respecting Boutes for an 

Antarctic Expedition: Sir C. B. 

Markham, XVIII. 13 
Kzpeditioni — 

A Voyage toward the Antarctic Sea, 

September 1892 to June 1893, II. 429 
The Voyage of the Jamn to the Ant- 
arctic Begions. Abstract of Journal 

kept by Capt. C. A. Larsen (with 

map), IV. 333 
The Antaroiie'i Voyage to the Antarctic 

(map): C. E. Borchgrevink, V. 583 
Cruiso of the BdUsna and Active in the 

Antarctic. I. The Balxtia: W. S. 

Bruce (with map), VII. 502 ; IL The 



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XIX 



AHTAEOnO 

Expeditions — eontinued. 

Active : G. W. Donald (with map), 

VII. 625 
The G^erman Deep-sea Expedition to 

Aniarotio Waters (with chart), XIU. 

640 
The Belgian Antarctic Expedition, 

XIII. 650 

Exploration of Antarctic Lands: H. 
Ar^towski (with maps and illustra- 
tions), XVII. 150 

The Antarctic Voyage of the Belgioa 
during the years 1897, 1898, and 
1899: H. Arctowski (with map and 
iUustrations), XVIII. 353 

The National Antarctic Expedition, 

XIV. 190 

The Antarctic Expeditions : 8ir C. R. 

Markhani, XIV. 473 
The National Antarctic Expedition, 

XVIII. 154 
The National Antarctic Expedition, 

XVIII. 275 
With the Diteovery to Madeira: H. R. 

Mill, XVIII. 395 
The Voyage southward of the Diseavery : 

I. Lomlon to Madeira: H. R. Mill. 

II. From Madciira to the Cape: G. 
Hurray. III. The Diseovery and the 
Relief Ship: 8ir C. R. Markham 
(with map and illustrations), XIX. 
417 

The National Antarctic Expedition 
(with illustration and portrait), XX. 
209 

The Southern Cross Expedition to the 
Antarotic, 1899-1900 : 0. E. Borch- 
grevink (with map and illustrations), 
XVL 381 

Topography of South Victoria Land 
(Antarctic): L. Bemacchi (with 
illustrations), XVII. 478 

The German Antarotic Expedition : 
Dr. E. von Drygalski, XVIII. 279 

The winter expedition of the Antarctie 
to South Georgia : Dr. J. (4. Anders- 
son, XX. 405 

The geographical distribution of yegeta- 
tion in South Georgia : C. Skottsberg, 
XX. 498 



OCEANS. 

The Ooeonogrephical and Meteorological 
Work of the German Valdivia Ex- 
pedition : Dr. G. Schott, XV. 518 
Atlantis — 

. Research in the North Atlantic: Prof. 
O. Fettersson (with dia^ms), XI. 609 
Oceanography of the North Atlantic: 
Albert, Prince of Monaco (with illus- 
trations), XII. 445 
Exploration of the intermediate depths 
of the Ocean : G. Murray (with map 
and diagram), XUl. 147' 



lUTHlKATiaAI, Bto. 
Atlsaitic— continued. 
The Danish *' Ingolf *' Expedition (with 

map), XV. 273 
Oceanographical Researcli in the At- 
lantic : H. R. MiU, XIX. 354 
Paoiilc— 
Deep-sea deposits and their distribution 
in the Pacific Ocean, with notes on 
the samples collected by 8.8.Britannia, 
1901 : Sir J. Murray (with chart), 
XIX. 691 



MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL 
GEOGRAPHY. 

Methods and AppUanees— 

The construction of a map of the World 
on a scale of 1 : 1,000,000: Prof. A. 
Penck, I. 253 

The Determination of Geographical 
Longitudes by Photography : H. G. 
ScUichter, IL 423 

Diagram for determining tlie Parallaxes 
in Declination and Right Ascension 
of a Heayeuly Body, and its Applica- 
tion to the Prediction of Occultations: 
Major S. 0. M. Gmnt (with diagrams), 
VII. 649 

A Portable Mercurial Barometer : H. H. 
P. Densy (with illustrations), X. 203 

To find the Angles from the Vertex of 
the Moon for an Occultation pre- 
dicted by Major Grant's Appcokimate 
Method : E. A. Reeyes (with diagram), 
XL 165 

A Great Globe : Prof. E. Reclus, XIL 401 

C^yil Time ; or tables showing the 
diiferenoes in time between that used 
in yaripus parts of the world and 
Greenwich Mean Time : J. Milne, 
XIII. 178 
Geophysics — 

Moyements of the Earth's Crust: J. 
Milne (with diagrams), VII. 229 

Discoyery of Baron Nordenskjold that 
Fresh Water will be found by boring 
through hard rook : Sir 0. R. Mark- 
ham (with illustrations), X. 465 

The Plan of the Earth and its Causes : 
J. W. Gregory (with maps and 
diagrams), XIH. 225 

Hot Springs and Volcanic Phenomena : 
Prof. E. Suess, XX. 517 
Oeomorphology — 

The Permanence of Ocean Basins: H. 
R. Mill, I. 230 

Do Glaciers excavate? Prof. T. G. 
Bonney, I. 481 

Mountains : D. W. Freshfield, III. 228 

On the general configuration of the 
Earth's Surface : Sir J. Lubbock, VI. 
545 

Sub-Oceanic Changes : J. Milne (with 
illustrations), X. 129, 259 

Submarine gullies, Riyer outletS| and 



XX 



INDEX TO THE PAPERS IN 



PHT8I0AL OEOOBAPHT 

0eomorpliolog7-~0o»<tntf0cl 

Fresh-water escapes beneath the aea- 

level: H. Benest (with charts and 

diagrams), XIV. 394 
The Geographical Cycle : W. M. Davis 

(with diagrams), XIV. 481 
On the Configuration of the Earth's 

Surface, with special reference to the 

British Islands : Rt. Hon. Sir J. 

Lubbock, XV. 46 
The Origin of Land-forms through 

C^ust-torsion : M. M. Ogilyie-Gordon 

(with illustrations), XVI. 457 
The Origin of Moels, and their sub- 
sequent Dissection : J. E. Man* (with 

illustrations), XVII. 63 
Suid-dimes, Shorenlepositi, Waves— 
On the Formation of Sand-dunes: V. 

Cornish (with illustrations), IX. 278 
On Sea-beaches and Sandbanlra : 

Vaughan Cornish (with diagrams), 

XI. 528, 628 
On Kumatology : Dr. V. Cornish (with 

illustrations), XIIL 624 
On Sand- waves in Tidal Currents : Dr. 

V. Cornish (with maps and illustra- 
tions), XVIII. 170 
Elvers— 
Potamology as a Branch of Physical 

Geography : A. Penck, X. 619 
Oceanography — 

Recent Contributions to Oceanography : 

H. N. Dickson (with ^etch-map), 

III. 302 
The Physical Condition of the Ocean : 

Capt. W. J. L. Wharton, IV. 252 
On the Annual Range of Temperature 

in the Surface Waters of the Ocean, 

and its Relation to other oceano- 

graphical phenomena : Sir J. Murray 

(witli map), XIL 113 
On the Temperature of the Floor of the 

Ocean and of the Surface Waters of 

the Ocean: Sir J. Murray (with 

maps), XIV. 34 
Prof. Pettersson on Methods of Oceano- 

graphical Research : H. N. Dickson, 

XIV. 185 
Oceanography: Sir J. Murray, XIV. 

426 
The Pettersson-Nansen Insulating 

Water-bottle : H. R. Mill (with 

illustrations), XVI. 469 
Climatology — 
Recent Researches on Climate: H. N. 

Dickson, X. 308 
Prof. Supan on the Rainfall of the 

Globe : A. J. Herbertson, XIII. 61 
The Mean Temperature of the Atmo- 
sphere and the causes of Glacial 

Periods : H. N. Dickson, XVIIL 616i 
Zoogeography — 

The Geography of Mammals: W. L. 

SoUiter (with map). III. 95; IV. 

35; Vn. 282; VIIL 378; IX. 67; 

X.84 



ANTHROPOGEOGRAPHY, Etc. 

Anthropogeography — 

The Influence of Geographical Con- 
ditions on Social Development : Prof. 
P. Geddes (with map), XH. 580 
Physiological Geography — 

Physiological Eifects of High Altitudes : 
C. Dent, I. 46 

Acclimatization of Europeans in Tropical 
Lands: Dr. L. W. Sambon, XII. 589 
Commercial Geography — 

Commercial Geography: H. R. Mill, 
III. 124 

Interoceanlc Communication on the 
Western Continent, A Study in Com- 
mercial Geography: Colonel G. E. 
Church (sketch-map), XIX. 818 
Historical Geography— 

Mendez Pinto : S. Wheeler, L 139 

Pytheas, the discoverer of Britain : C. R. 
Markham, I. 504 

Prince Henry the Navigator, III. 388 

A Pre-Columban Discovery of America 
(Facsimiles) : H. Yule Oidham, V. 221 

The Franklin Commemoration, VI. 31 

An Attempt to reconstruct the Maps used 
by Herodotus : J. L. Myres (witli 
diagrams), VIII. 606 

The Supposed Discovery of South 
America before 1448, and the Critical 
Methods of the Historians of Geo- 
graphical Discovery : J. Ratal ha-Reis, 
IX. 185 

The Weston Tapestry Maps : Rev. 
W. K. R. Bedford, IX. 210 

Fourth Centenary of the Voyage of 
John Cabot, 1497 : Sir C. R. Markham 
(with map), IX. 604 

The Fourth Centenary of Vasco da 
Gama's Voyage to India: Sir C. R. 
Markham, XII. 10 

The Influence of the " Travels of Maroo 
Polo" on Jaoobo Gastaldi's Maps of 
Asia: Baron A. E. Nordenskiold, 
(with facsimiles), XIH. 396 

Was Australia discovered in the Six- 
teenth Century: E. Heawood, XIV. 
421 

New light on some Medieval Maps: 
C. R. Beazley (with diagrams), XIV. 
620 ; XV. 130, 878 ; XVI. 319 

Hudson's Voyage to Spitsbergen in 
1607 : Sir W. M. Conway (with maps). 
XV. 121 

Some unpublished Spitsbergen MSS: 
Sir W. M. Conway (with illustrations), 
XV. 628 

The Voyages of Diogo Cao and Bar- 
tholomen Dias, 1428-1488: E. G. 
Ravenstein (with maps and illustra- 
tions), XVI. 625 

Can Hawkins's *' Maiden Land" be 
identified as the Falkland Islands?: 
Commander B. M. Chambers (with 
sketch-maps), XVII. 414 

Joris Carolus, Disooverer of Edge 



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RISTOBIOAL OSOGBAPHT 

IBatorieal Geognphj— oonttniMci. 

Island: Sir W. M. Conway (with 

maps), XYIL 623 
MadaVa Map : C. R. Beazley, XYU. 516 
The first map containing the name 

America : B. H. Sonlsby, XIX. 201 
Report on the Identification of the Bay 

of San Felipe and Santiago yisited by 

De Quiros in 1606, XX. 201 
Note on the Identification of Sagittaria 

of Quiros : Rear- Admiral Sir W. J. L. 

^Vharton, XX. 207 

GENERAL. 

Oeographioal Progress — 

T^ Annual Address on the Progress of 
Geography, 1892-93 : Rt. Hon. Sir 
M. E. Grant Dnff, IL 1 

Addresses (Anniversary) to the Royal 
Geographical Society : Sir C. R. Mark- 
ham, IV. 1 ; VI. 1 ; VIII. 1 ; IX. 589; 
XII. 1 ; XIV. 1 ; XVI. 1 ; XVIII. 1 ; 
XX. 1 

Opening Addresses by the President: 
Sir C. R. Markham. II. 481 ; VI. 497 ; 
Vm. 541; X. 565; XIII. 1; XIV. 
593 ; XVI. 597 ; X\UL 561 ; XX. 573 

In Commemoration of the Reign of Her 
Late Majesty, Queen Victoria, Em- 
press of India : — 

I. President's Address in Com- 
memoratioii of Her Late Majesty, 
(with portrait), XVU. 225 

II. Progress of Exploration and the 
Spread and Consolidation of the 
Empire in America, Australia, 
and Africa : Right Hon. Sir G. T. 
Goldie, XVII. 231 



BITBOPS 

Oeographioal Progrsss—^xmimiis^. 

lU. Advances in Asia, and Imperial 
Consolidation in India: Col. Sir 
T. H. Holdich, XVII. 240 
IV. President's Address on the 
Accession of King Edward VH., 
XVn. 260 
Beope and Methods — 
The Orthography of Geographical 

Names : J. C. Dalton, I. 431 
On the Teaching of Physiography : P. 

Eropotkin, II. 850 
The Limits between Geology and 

Physical Geography, II. 518 
Modem Geography, German and 

English : H. J. Maokinder, VI. 367 
The Teaching of Geography in Relation 
to History : A. W. Andrews, IX. 427 
Some Geographical Problems : J. Scott 

Keltie, X. 308 
The Field of Geography : Sir C. R. 

Markham, XI. 1 
Tbe Classification of G^graphy : H. R. 

Mill, XI. 145 
Scientific Geography for Schools : Prof. 

R. E. Dodge, XL'159 
The use of Practical Geography 
illustrated by recent Frontier Opera- 
tions : Col. Sir T. H. Holdich (with 
illustrations), XIII. 465 
Political Geography and the Empire: 

Sir G. S. Robertson, XVI. 447 
On Research in Geographical Science : 

H. R. Mill, XVUI. 407 
The Importance of Geography in 
Education: Right Hon. J. Bryce, 
XIX. 301 
Some Geographical Problems : Col. Sir 
T. H. Holdich, XX. 411 



INDEX TO MAPS CONTAINED IN THE 'GEOGRAPHICAL 

JOURNAL,' VOLS. I. TO XX. 



EUROPE. 



Lake district — ^general map, VI. 108; 
Relation of Radial Drainage to Geo- 
logical Structore, VII. 603 ; Radiate 
Symmetry, VI. 48 ; Map to illustrate 
paper on Waterways of English Lake- 
. land, Vn. 688; Bassenthwaite, VI. 
108; Buttermere, Crammock Water, 
and Ennerdale Water, VI. 808; 
Coniston Water, VI. 204; Derwent- 
water, VI. 108 ; Tills water and Hawes- 
water, VI. 204 ; Wastwater, VI. 204 ; 
Windermere, VI. 204 

Lyme to Burton Bradstock, Chart of 



British Isles— soni^nued. 

coast (Sea-beaches and sandbanks), 
XI. 632 
Manchester Ship Canal, III. 437 
Ordnance Surreys — ^Area for which sur- 
vey prepared 4913 town-scale plans, 
XV. 574 ; Cadastral survey of England 
and Wales, Completion of publication, 
XV. 571; Coloured parish map of 
Great Britain, Progress, XV. 590; 
England and Wales in oolour. Pro- 
gress, XV. 582; Engraved l*inch 
Hill map of Great Britain, Progress, 
XV. 582; Engrayed 1-lnch outline 
map of England and Wales, Comple- 



xxn 



INDEX TO THE MAPS CONTAINED IN 



BUBOPS 

BritUli JmU9— continued. 

tion. XV. 680; Engraved l-inch 
outline map of Great Britain, Re- 
vision, XV. 585 ; Engraved hill-map 
of Ireland, Completion, XV. 583; 
Ireland, progreas of 25-inch re-survey, 
XV. 579 ; Large-scale re-surveys and 
revisions of Great Britain, progress, 
XV. 577 ; New i-mile map of 
England and Wales, Progress, XV. 
592 ; Bootland, Publication of revised 
1-inch maps with hills in brown, XV. 
586 

fit. Kilda I., XV. 204 

Sand'Waves in tidal currents: Dovey 
estuary, XVIII. 191 ; Dun sands, 
XVIII. 185 ; Findhom bay, XVIII. 
178; Mawdaoh estuary, XVIII. 172 ; 
Montrose basin, XVIII. 179 

Scottish Lochs, Bathymetrical Surveys, 
Maps I.-VII., XV. 452; Part II. 
Plates I.-IV., XVII. 332 ; Part III. 
Plates I.-IV., XVII. 332 

Sliambles Shoal (Sea-beaches and sand- 
banks), XI. 612 

Sussex — Arun gorge from Ordnance 
Survey map, XV. 361 ; Change of 
|K)pulation, XV. 368 ; Geology, rain- 
fall and population, XV. 218, 219; 
Index map of sliects 817 and 332 of 
Ordnance Survey, XV. 359 ; Plans of 
towns and villages, XV. 370 
Western and Korthern — 

Adour river, sub-oceanic channel and 
tributaries, XIII. 287 

Iberian Pen., geographical outlines, I. 
349 

Europe, N., V. 99 

Kolgueff I., V. 100 

Vistula, new mouth, VI. 565 

Zuiderzee, I. 234 

North Sea— Barometer charts, VII. 258 ; 
Surface salinity, Plates 1-5, VII. 
344 

Faeroe Is., VII. 3 

Iceland, II. 155 ; IIL 356 ; XIII. 576 
Central and Sonthsrn— 

Geneva, Lake of, I. 493 

Austria, ship-canals, XVIII. 290 

Vienna, Growth of. XVII. 427 

Lugano and Como, lakes, I. 490 

Phlegrssan Fields— General, X. 464; 
Archiagnano group of craters, X. 425 ; 
Avermusdo., X. 419 ; Camaldoli hills, 
X. 485 ; Camaldoli vallovs and water- 
sheds, X. 481 
Eaitem— 

Balkan Penins., (•. and W., tectonic 
structure, XIX. 737 

Macedonia and S. Albania—Lake 
Prespa, XVI. 216 ; Ochrid, XVI. 217 

Montenegro, Albania, and Novibazar, 
IV. 480 

Corinth canal, II. 262 



ASIA. 

Baisia in Asia — 

Siberian Railway, V. 150 

Ob and Irtish (Janko's routes between), 

XVL 347 
— and Yenisei rivers, changes of coast 

atentranoe,'Xn. 224 
Kamchatka and Karaginski I., coast, 

XII. 281 
Trans-Caspian depression, geological, 

XIL 336 
Aral Sea, Hydrographioal data from 

surveys by Berg and MolchanoiF, 

XIX. 504 
Bokhara, XIV. 696 

Turkey in Asia — 
Asia Minor (W. M. Ramsay^s paper), 

XX. 372; N.W. Part of, IX. 248; 
Part of Karia, IX. 120 

Lake Van, hydrogfraphy of neighbonr- 
h(X)d VI. 175 

Urmi lake basin : R. T. Gunlher, XIV. 
592 

Upper Valley of Euphrates, VIII. 428 

Euphrates river — Great Cailun of: E. 
Huntington, XX. 177 

Kurdistan, III. 168 ; Central, XVIII. 248 

Mcsopotamian petroleum field, IX. 588 

Bashan, S. (R. Lee's route), V. 14 

Kantara to EI Arish, XIII. 283 
Arabia— 

Hadramut (L. liirsoh's Route), III. 
199 ; survey map, IV. 384 

CxmntTy behind Taka, VI. 129 

Dhofar and Gara range, VI. 204 

Fadhli country, XII. 112 

Oman, N. (S. M. Zwemer*s journey), 
XIX. 61 ; Jebol Akhdar, or Green 
mts. (route of S. B. Miles), XVIII. 
469; Maskat and Matrah, X. 660; 
Wadi Tyin, VII. 576 
Persia, Afjghanistan, Balnohiitan — 

Persia, Afghanistan, and Beluchistan, 
X. 660; Qourneys of P. M. Sykes), 
XIX. 248; Helmand river and 
Hamun, XIX. 144, 145; Kerraan, 
Plan, XIX. 137; Sistan, XIX. 141 

Persian Kurdistan (W. B. Harris's 
route), VI. 455 

Bakhtiari country, reconnaissance sur- 
vey, IV. 584 

Persia, C. (H. B. Vaughan's routes), 
VII. 124 

El Kais, Persian Gulf, VIL 647 

Kharag L, Persian Gulf, XII. 180 

Makrau, VII. 452 

Baluchistan and its Afghan and Persian 
borders, IX. 472 

and E. Persia (Lord Ronald- 
shay's route), XX. 71 

Afghanistan and Baluchistan, Oro- 
graphical,XVL 596,682 
India and Hiinalayas— 

India — a])proximate distribution of land 
and sea at close of Jurassic period, 
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ZXlll 



ASIA 

India aad HlmaUyM — oonHnuad. 
Kafiriatan (Sir G. S. Robertaos's joar- 

neyg), IV. 288 
Chitral and odjaoent ccmntrieB, V. 512 
Tirah and Burrounding country, XII. 

444 
Peak K, (Godwin-Austen) as Been from 

Turmik, III. 432 
Mts.' on N. border of Kumoon and 

adjacent parts of Tibet, XV. 204 
Gohna valley, IV. 164 
Central Himalaya, II. 259 
Kanchenjunga—^laoiers: E. J. Gar- 
wood, XX. 136; Present and past 

drainage system of Jongri dis^iot, 

XX. 17 ; part of Chandra Das' map, 

XX. 1& 
Calcutta and Lower Ganges Region, 

XVI. 239 
Gentral India — sketch-map of supposed 

underground sources of attraction, 

XIX. 618 
Periyar river, S. India ; diversion of, VI. 

566 
Maldive and Laccadive Is., XIX. 279, 

283; y. Mahlos Madulu atoll, XIX. 

288 
Pamirs, X. Turkestan, Tibet>- 
Central Asia, S. Iledin's Journeys, XI. 

332; XX. 308 
Pamirs, etc., route of Earl of Dunmore, 

11.480 

and adjoining territories of 0. 

Asia and India, VIII. 96 

Oxus river, sources, XIII. 53 

Chinese Turkestan, routes of Col. M. B. 

Pevtsof and K. I. Bogdanovitch, II. 

96 
Takla-Makan (S. Hedin's route), VIU. 

266 
Lob-nor — Chinese map, XI. 655; Lob- 

nor and Lower Tarim, XI. 692 
W. Tibet and Hin C^biang, Chinese 

Turkestan (H. H. P. Deasy's surveys), 

XVL 596 
Chinese Turkestan, portions of, XX. 080 
Tibet and W. China (H. Bower's ex- 
plorations), I. 480 
Mongolia and Tibet (explorations by 

W. W. Bockhill), III. 444 
Tibet and surrounding regions, VI. 96 

(St. G. R. Littledale's routes), 

VII. 576 

- and N. China (M. S. Wellby), 



Xn. 336 

•, E. (routes of KozlofiTs expedition), 



XIX. 578 

Lob-Nor to Koko-Nor (St. G. R. Little- 
dale's journey), III. 540 

Nan-Shan highlands, VIII. 165 : pre- 
liminary map, VIII 169 
Japan — 

Distribution of earthquakes, X. 531, 
564 ; Isoselsmal lines, etc., III. 215 ; 
XVII. 685; 640; Meizoseismal area, 
XVII. 641 ; Swamp formed by stop- 



AniOA 

Japan — eotUinued, 

page of river Toba by fault-scarp, 

XVn. 644 
Great sea-waves, VIII. 158 
Japanese Alps (Rev. W. Weston), VIL 

228 
Luohul. (B. H. Chamberlain), V. 408 
Maaohuria — 
Khingan mts., etc. (Donaldson Smith's 

journey from Peking to Tsitsihar), 

XL 580 
Manchuria, C. and S., from R. Turley*s 

observations, XIV. 352 
COiina— 
China and adjoining regions, XII. 552 ; 

sections, XII. 552 
Shanghai to Bhamo, route-map, XIV. 

643 
Hwang-Ho from Lan-Chau-Fu to Bautu, 

III. 540 
Yangtse-Kiang, now rapid, X. 198 
Se-chuan, N. and C, X. 128 
Cheng-tu pUin, XII. 232 
Sechuan, S.W. (K. Amundsen's journeys), 

XV. 623 ; XVI. 596 
Traverse across Ya liung, Yangtse, 

Mekong and Sal wen rivers to Irawadi : 

R. L. Jack, XIX. 416 
Survey from Hankau to Canton, XIX. 

788 
Hong Kong and neighbourhood, terri- 
torial concession of 1898, XII. 31:2 
Chinese Shan States, XV. 564; Do. 

from drawing by F. W. Carey, XIV. 

472 
Indo-Ohina — 
Indo-China, Fr., and Siam (journeys by 

Lord Curzon), 11. 288 ; Turan to Hue, 

II. 203 
Siam and Indo-China, VII. 298 
Territory between Tali-fn and Sadiva, 

VII. 302 ; VIII. 656 
Shan States, VII. 688; Chinese do. : see 

China 
Anglo-Chinese agreement, X. 208 
Siam, C, VIII. 540 ; Chief passes from 

Siam to Tavoi, VI. 496; Siamese 

States, Malay Pen., VI. 496 
Johore territory, 1893: H. I^e, III. 

356 
Telubin and Patani valleys, Malay 

States, IV. 288 
Trengganu and Kelantan, Malay States, 

IX. 120 
Malay Pen., C. and N. States, XI. 580 
Malay Arohipelago — 
Malay Archip., bathvmetric chart, XVI. 

550 
Borneo, Beram district, I. 288; XVI. 140 
Christmas L, XIII. 104 

AFRICA, 

Africa, XVIII. 656; do. illustrating L. 
Darwin's address (Railways), VIII. 
540 



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INDEX TO THE MAPS CONTAINED IN 



AFSIGA 

Vorth Africa— 
Moroooo; Mogador to Marrakcsh and 
Mazaghan ; P. H. Fawoett's route, 
XIX. 248; Nomadic tribes of Beraber, 
Sketch-maps showing poellions, X. 
640, 641; N.W., showing Roman 
roads, X. 801 ; Morocco and Tafllet, 
W. B. Harris* routes between, V. 
408 
Tunis, S.. XI. 692 

Tripoli ; Tarhuna and Gharian, YII. 
228 

; Parts of Gharian, Tarhuna, and 

M'salata, IX. 692 
Salutfa and Sudan— 

Foureau-Lamy Mission, XVII. 141 
West Afriear— 
Boundaries — Anglo-French, XII. 74 ; 
Franco-German, lU. 415; X. 636; 
Franco-Spanish, XVI. 226; Sketch- 
map illustrating Anglo - German 
boundary and re-arrangement of 
French territories, XV. 63 
Upper Niger region, VII. 98 
Sierra Leone— Anglo-French boundary 
near, V. 383 ; Boundary with Fr. 
Guinea, X. 348 ; Hinterland of, show- 
ing T. J. AUdridge's route, IV. 192 
Ashanti — Lake Busumchwi ; Fergus- 
son's survey, XIX. 371 
Nigeria — 
Bauchi, Kingdom of: P. A. Clive, 

XIV. 178 
Benue region, and Anglo-German 
treaty of 1893, III. 43; Western 
district of, XIV. 696 
Borgu expedition (Sir F. D. Lugard), 

VI. 300 
Nierer— Delta, IX. 248; Territory, 

VIII. 316 
Nupe and Ilorin countries, X. 464 
Yoruba county (J. McKay's routes), 
VI. 570 
Congo Begion, etc.— 
French Congo— C. Maistre's journey 

from Congo to Shari, II. 324 
Congo river, from Leopoldville to Stan- 
ley Falls, from survevs by G. Gren- 
fell, XX. 572 
Zombo Land (T. Lewis' journeys), XIX. 

668 
Kavungu to Kasai river (F. Sohindler's 

journey), XIX. 506 
Territory of Katanga Ck)mpany, I. 248 
S.£. part of Congo basin, V. 512 
Egypt and Kile Valley- 
Egypt— 
Assyut Oases, XVI. 656 
E. desert of Egypt, or N. Etbai, L 480 
Farafra to Siwa, route-map : W. 

Jennings-Bramly, XIX. 120 
Nile— Delta, XV. 16; Do. and sub- 
marine delta of, XI. 645 
Sikait district, showing position of 

emerald mines, XVI. 538 
, Jebel, plan, XVI. 540 ; cross- 



AFBIOA 

Egypt and Hile YalLBf—etmUnued. 

section, XVI. 596 ; Survey of route 
from Um Selim to, XVI. 596 
Siwa, X. 601 
Suez oanal, XV. 2 
Sudan— N.E., VIIL 428 
Sobat river and part of Bloe Nile, XVII. 

572 
Khor Felus tributary of Sobat: H. H. 

Wilson, XX. 403 
Dinka country, swamps, XVI. 181 
Bahr-el-Gebel, illustrating irrigation 

projects, X Vm. 464 
Upper Nile Region, XI. 170 

Abyiainia, Somaliland, ete. — 

Abvssinia — Italian boundary, VIIL 
&7; Southern (H. Weld Blundell), 
XV. 308 ; O. T. Crosbv's route from 
Tatea to Bumbada, XVIII. 49 ; Part 
of Abyssinia and Sudan (Gwynn and 
Jackson), XVIII. 656; Trade-routes 
across Ethiopia, II. 141 

D. Smith's expedition to Lake Rudolf, 
Sheets 1-5, VIIL 200; Index-map, 
vm. 121 ; Expedition of 1899-1900, 
XVL 712 

Lake Rudolf and neighbouring regions 
(H. S. Cavendish's Expedition),XI. 464 

Addis Abeba to Sobat river, M. S. 
Wellby's journey, XVI. 380 

Zeila to Lake Stefanie (journey bv J. J. 
Harrison), XVIH. 352 

Nasser to Uganda railway at lake 
Nakuro (H. H. Austin), XIX. 788 

O. Neumann's journey from Zeila 
through S. Ethiopia to Upper Nile, 
XX. 480 

Somaliland—British, XL 293; north- 
ern, XI. 112; Part of, journey in: 
A. E. Pease, XL 139 ; routes of L. 
Brioohetti-Robecchi, IL 360; D. 
Smith's route, IV. 529; V. 125; 
Upper basin of Juba river. III. 135 

East Afiica — 
Anglo-Italian arrangement, IV. 57 
Anglo-German boundary, IV. 435 
Part of E. Africa (G. F. Soott-EUiot) 

VL400 
O. Neumann's route, VI. 275 
Trade routes, XIX. 600 

Br. East Afriea, 

Juba river, I. 288 ; XIV. 696 ; Lower 

IX. 55 
Kcnia mt. ; W. A. Chanlor's expe- 
dition E. of, L 561 ; H. J. Mackinder's 
journey, XV. 564 ; Summit and sec- 
tion of, XV. 564 
British East Africa: Uganda Railway 
Survey, II. 192 ; (J. W. Gregory's 
journey), IV. 384 
Taita mts. : C. W. Hobley, V. 548 
Kisigau and Kilibasi mts., V. 555 
Country between Mombasa and Vanga, 
V.559 



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XXV 



AniOA 

Eait Atriet^^eonHmted, 
Ulu and Kitwyi, VIL 452 
Korokoro (Tana river), VIII. 284 
liaaawa mt., IX. 248 
Eaviiondo, XII. 444 
Boad-making and surveying in : G. E. 

Smith, XfV. 852 
Naivasha lake to Victoria Nvanza, 

XVL 140 

Uganda Protectorate, 

Uganda and Unyoro (S. F. Vandelenr), 

IX. 472 

Choga lake, and neighbonrhood, XIII. 

464 
Bootes of Biacdonald Expedition, XIV. 

240 
Uganda Protectorate (Sir H. Johnston's 

paper), XIX. 120 

Gwman K Africa, 
Region between Tanganyika and Vic- 
toria Nyanza, I. 229 
Kondc country, II. d21 
Crater lakes N. of Lake Nyasa, V. 117 
Sonde oonntry, VIII. 656 

Osutxal Africa — 

Boundaries — Anglo-Congo arrange- 
ment, IV. 55; Anglo-French agree- 
ment, XIII. 526 

Count Gotzen's expedition across Africa, 
V. 357 

Bahr-el-Ghazal and Upper Ubangi, 
Xn. 610 

Tanganyika lake (observations of M. 
Fergusson), XV. 890 ; Moore's Expe- 
dition between Tanganyika and Rn- 
wenzori, XVII. 104 

Region between Tanganyika and Albert 
Edward Nyanza (Grogan*s Expe- 
dition), XVI. 264 

Part of Central Africa, illustrating ex- 
plorations of A. Gibbons, XVII. 126; 
Do., Lukafn to Tanganyika, XVII. 
224; Tanganyika to Torn, XVII. 
224 

Congo-Zambesi water-parting, illustrat- 
ing C. Lemaire's journey, XIX. 248 

Vyaaahuid, Vortlieni Bhodesia, etc. — • 

Rovuma to Chitesi, I. 71 

Zambesi and Shire rivers, from Cbindc 
to Chiromo, II. 405 

Nyasaland (Shire Highlands), I. 249 

Shire Highlands (routes of B. L. 
Sclater), IL 480 

Brit. 0. Africa Protectorate, V. 288 

Route from Chikala to Lujende, VU. 
185 

Nyasa lake, XII. 648 ; Do. from observa- 
tions of Lieut. Rhoades and W. B. 
Phillips, XX. 136 

Districts round Nyasa and Tanganyika, 

X. 348 

Nyosa-Tanganyika Plateau, XIII. 692 ; 
Triangulation between the lakes, 
Xm. 579 



A1CB&I0A 

Hyataland, Vorthern Ehodesia, eto.— <»n* 

tinued* 
Lobemba and Lobisa, journeys of I^^ench 

" White Fathers " in, XX. 825 
Bangweolo lake and surrounding 

country, XII. 386; Eampolombo 

Bay, XL 180 
Mweru and river Luapula (A. Sharpens 

routes), I. 561; Kilwa I., Lake 

Mweru, VI. 459 
Mwem district : H. Croad, XI. 619 
Part of Brit. C. Africa : J. Thomson, I. 

192; Geological sketch-map, I. 117; 

N.E. Part, X. 236 
Central Angoniland, XI. 518 
Portion west of Loangwa river, XI. 692 
Sketch-map illustrating Foa*s journey's, 

xn. 814 
Route map. Fort Jameson, lake Bang- 
weolo, to Fife, XV. 808 
Fort Jameson to Eafue river (C. P. 

Chesnaye), XVIL 45 
Kafue river : G. Grey, XVIII. 67 
Rhodesia, N.E. ; P. H. Selby's routes 

in, XIX. 668 
Marotseland, Part of Kingdom of, IX. 

248; Do., and neighbouring regions, 

XVIL 224 
South Afriea — 
South Central Africa, F. C. Solous' 

routes, I. 384 
Linyanti river (P. C. Reid*8 journeys), 

XVIL 575 
Ngami lake region, XIV. 341 
Bechuanaland, Br., and Kalahari desert, 

L384 
Matabeleland and Mashonaland, XIII. 

876 
Sebungu and Mafungabusi districts : 

A. J. C. Molyneux, XVIIL 352 
Mashonaland — Railway from Salisbury 

to Umtali, XV. 204 
Mashonaland and Manika, V. 96 
Ndanga district of Mashonaland : S. P. 

Hyatt, XIX. 636 
Sabi and Odzi rivers. Junction of, I. 344 
Mapanda to Massi-Kcssi, II. 507 
Anglo-Portuguese boundary, II. 576; 

Part of, VI. 400 
Zangwa river, entrance, V. 596 
Barue country from Inyanga to Zam- 
bezi from survey by A. J. Arnold, 

XVIIL 560 
Zoutpansberg goldfields : F. Jeppe, II. 

288 
S.W. Africa, Count Pfeil's route, II. 31 
Kadagascar — 
Distribution of tribes, VI. 300 ; Ongu- 

lahi river, VI. 300; Parts of W. 

Coast, VI. 300 

NORTH AMERICA. 

Northern Archipelago : tee Arctic 
Great Lakes of. Ancient Laurentian valley 
forming, I. 497 



XZYl 



INDEX TO THE MAPS CX)NTAINED IN 



AMERICA , 

AlMka {see tdeo Canada, hdoui) — ' 

Alaska, S.E.: glaciers, XIV. 592 ; Port 

des Fran9aiB, plan, XI Y. 592 
Canada — 

Canada — Y . Cornish's route in, XX. 188 ', 
N.W. Canadaand Alaska, XII. 112 i 

N. Canada, J. B. Tyrell's routes, lY. 

480; Barren Lands of N. Canada, 

ditto, YL 496 
Great Bear Lake (track survey) : J. M. 

Bell, XYIII. 352 
Bafflnland, 8. coast, XYIII. 120 
Chesterfield inlet to Qreat Hlave lake, 

XYI. 140 
I'ort Churchill to lake Tha-Anne (Key. 

J. Lofthouse), XIII. 336 
Noddawai river and its tributaries (B. 

Boll), X. 128 
Labrador (A. P. Low), Y. 612 
Athabasca river, Sources, and A. P. 

Coleman'd route to mt. Brown, Y. 96 
llegiun of lake Louise, YII. 51, 53 
Kaskalcbewan, sources, XIII. 361 
Kocky mts., Canadian : C-. P. Baker and 

J. N. Collie, XIIL 464 ; Do. : J. N. 

Collie, XYII. 332 
Columbia river, souroes (J. N. Collie's 

exploration), XYII. 255 
United States^ 

U.S., showing progress of Topographical 

Survey, IV. 151 
Carolina coast, three bays of, showing 

Capes Hatteros, Lookout, and Fear 

(Sea-beaches and sandbanks), XL 

643 ; Nantucket I. (Id.), XI. 644 
New York State, part, Xll. 517 
Kentucky, contrast between valley of 

Poor fork in Ky. and valley of Powell's 

river in Ya., XYIL 591 
Kexioo — 
Mexico, N. portion of, XL 464 ; Yalley 

of, YIII. 200 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMEKICA. 

West Indies and C, Amerioa, XX. 51 
Ooeta Kica, X. 128 
Nicaragua, N.E., XI. 692 
Martinque and St. Yinccnt, XX. 54 
S. America — Map to illustrate *' Outline 

of its physical geography," XYII. 460 
Braiil, Qaiana, Veneniela — 
Amasson, delta, XYII. 460; near mouth 

of Tapajos, XYII. 383 
British Guiana, YII. 100; Do., and 

Barima river ; G. G. Dixon's compass 

survey, Y. 408 ; Upper Kuyuni, VII. 

576 ; boundary, XY. 68 
Orinoco and llio Cuchivero, Part of, 

XIIL 104 
Orinoco, Delta, XYII. 362 
Caura river, Yenezuela (E. Andre's 

journey), XX. 283 
Eenador, Bolivia, Paraguay- 
Ecuador (earthquake shockl YIII. 178 
Cordillera Real, Bolivia; nighest part 

of, XY. 564 : west slope, XIY. 128 



ABcnc 

Benador, Bolivia, Paraguay— eonftimctf. 

Bolivia, N. (J. M. Pando's explora- 
tions). XYUI. 248 

and Paraguay, Political bound- 
ary, XYII. 538 

Paraguay, Alto and part of E. Bolivia, 
XIX. 69 
Chile, Argentina, PalkUads^ 

Aconcagua (Fitz Gerald expedition), 
XII. 552 

Argentine-Chilean boundary, N., XIY. 
328 

Patagonia — (J. 8iemiradzki*s routes), 
II. 159; Do., 8. W., X. 464; Pata- 
gonian Cordillera, XYI. 140 

Argentine geography and ancient Pam- 
pean Sea, XII. 444 

Republic, Railway map, XII. 

444 

Bermejo river, XY. 680 

Parana, Rio ; delta, XYII. 460 ; Plata 
estuary, XYII. 386 ; Bahia Blanca, 
estuarv and port^ XYII. 399 

S. Argentina, XIY. 352 

Tracing from Admiralty Chart, 1284 
(Coast of Patagonia), XYII. 419 

Falkland Is., ixwition relative to Straits 
of Magellan, XYU. 417 

AUSTRALIA AND PACIFIC 
ISLANDS. 

Australia — 

Queensland, Artesian water-supply : 
W. G. Cox, XIX. 668 

W. Australia, IX. 120 ; (Hon. D. Car- 
negie's journeys), XI. 332 
Hew Guinea — 

Br. New Guinea, XYI. 267 

Distribution sketch-maps: Bow and 
arrow, etc., XYI. 428; Canoes, XYI. 
426; Decorative art, XYI. 430; 
Houses, XYI. 423; Initiation cere- 
monies, etc., XYI. 418; Linguistic 
map of Centr. District, XYI. 438; 
Mekeo district, XYI. 272; Do., geo- 
logical, XYI. 268; Rigo district, 
XVI. 285 
Hew Zealand — 

Southern Alps, I. 96; YII. 576 
Paoiflc— 

Date-line in Pacific, XY. 416 

Gilbert Is., YL 327 

Niuafou I., YII. 66 

Ambrym 1., YIII. 656 

Caroline Is., XIIL 224 

POLAR REGIONS. 
Arctic. 

Map to illustrate Nanscn's pai)er, I. 96; 

Route and drift of Fram, YIII. 281 ; 

IX. 588 
Polar Charts, illustrating H. Seebohm's 

address at Nottingham, II. 384 
N. Polar region, physical chart, IX. 588 



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ZXVll 



Ascno 

Spitibaigaii, Fruu Jotef Land, etc.— 

Routes in the Spitobcrgen-Novaya 
Zemlya Seas, XI. 464 

Spitsbergen— C XIL 224; Track of 
training squadron, YI. 548 ; course of 
Yermak, aV. 38 ; (oouise of Aniarctie), 
XIY . 61 ; Wijde Bay, mountains along 
shores, IX. 472 ; tee aUo under His- 
torical, heiow I 

King Charles Land, XIV. 69, 128 

Bear L, from survey by C. J. O. Kjell- 
Strom and A. Hamberg, XIV. 55 

Frana Josef Land, VIII. 656; (F. G. 
Jackson's journeys), XI. 212 ; (J. 
Payer's Survey), X. 236 

Kolgueff I., V. 100 
OxMnland, AmeriMU Arehipelago^ 

8ooresby Sound : C. Ryder, I. 44 ; part 
of, IX. 472 

Greenland, E.— Jntoreiic't course, XVI. 
662 ; XVII. 104 ; Facsimile of part 
of Soorcsby's map, XVII. 52 ; Franz 
Josef Fjord, XVII. 49, 50, 51 ; Hurry 
Inlet, northernmost part, XVII. 57 ; 
King Oscar Fjord and Kaiser Franz 
Josef Fjord, XVIL 104 

Greenland, N. — R. E. Peary's proposed 
work, n. 305; his route, II. 384; 
journeys, XI. 235 

Buchanan Bay, etc., Grinnell Land: 
R. E. Peary, XIV. 592 

Melville Bay, V. 349 ; Astrup's sledge 
journey to, V. 547: profile of N. 
8ho^?, V. 853 

Svcrdrup's explorations, preliminary 
sketch, XX. 483 

Amundsen's expedition, proiKMcd route, 
XX. 628 

Antabctic. 

Maps illustrating Sir J. Murray's address, 
III. 80 

Proposed routes of German and British 
Expeditions, XIII. 408 ; of Scottish ex- 
pedition, XX. 439 

Jaeoftiy track, IV. 333 

AfUaretio^ rente, V. 585 

Graham Land, VII. 509 

Antarctic Strait, soundings in, XIV. 78 

Bdgieoy part of track, XVII. 151, 154 

Danes Land, Belgica Strait, and Palmer 
Archipelago : G. le Cointe, XVIII. 464 

South Victoria Land, part of coast-line, 
XVI. 500 

GENERAL. 

Map of world to illustrate ^ Interoceanic 
Communication on Western continent," 
XIX. 316 

Ditcavery track from Cowes to Port Lyttel- 
ton, 1901, XIX. 433 

German deep-sea expedition track, XIH. 
336 

Oeomorphology — 
Mean sphere level of the Globe, I. 233 
Tetrahedral map of world, Lowthian 
Green's, XUI. 386 



EI8T0BICAL 

Oeomorphology — continued. 

Glaciers of Alps and Himalayas, XV. 412 
Ooeanograi^ — 

Chart showing proposed regions for in- 
ternational research, XIV. 647 

Bathymctrical chart of oceans, showing 
*' deeps " according to Sir J. Murray, 
XIV. 472 

Charts showing temperature of oceans 
(surface, bottom, annual range, etc.), 
XH. 224 ; XIV. 128 

, illustrating submarine gullies, 

etc., XIV. 396, 397,405, 406, 410, 411, 
472 

Atlantic— N., current chart, XV. 273 ; 
soundinan, XIII. 150 

and North sea, surface tempera- 
ture. Plates 6-10, VII. 344 

Pacific Ocean, S.W. part, XIX. 788 
Zoogeography- 
Geographical distribution of mammals — 
General, III. 168 ; Australian region, 
IV. 96; Ethiopian, VII. 344; No- 
arctic, IX. 120 ; Neotropical, V. 512 ; 
Oriental, VIIL 428; Palesarctic, X. 
128 

HISTORICAL. 

Behaim*s Globe, portion of, a.d. 1492,V. 228 

Bianco, A., Sketch of map by, a.d. 1448, 
V. 222, 224, 226 

Cao and Dias, Voyages of, XVI. 712 

Cotton or Anglo-Saxon maps, XV. 133 

Early Greek geography, maps illustrating 
— Scythia (diagrammatic), VIII. 607 ; 
Aristt\goras, b.c. 501, VIIL 611 ; Greek 
sailing routes, VIIL 613 ; Do. illustrat- 
ing apparent symmetry about an equa- 
torial axis, VI II. 614 ; Ionian map and 
real map, VIIL 618 ; Do., showing second 
stage of " Phasis-Tanais controversy," 
VIII. 627 ; Persian map and real map, 
VIII. 622 ; Empirical basis of theory of 
three equal continents, VIIL 626 

England — Matthew Paris' map: final 
form, XVI. 321 

Fra Mauro's Java, Bali, I^ombok, and 
Sumbawa, compared with modem 
map. III. 407 

Henry of Mainz' map, XV. 137 

Japan, maps bv Toscanelli, Behaim, and 
Fra Mauro, III. 405 

Lambert of St. Omer, World map, XV. 382 

Pytheas, maps illustrating voyage of — 
Ionian confederated cities, I. 507 ; 
Phocsaa and her colonies, I. 51 1 ; Track 
of voyage, I. 515 

Spitsbergen — from Barents' and Hondius' 
charts, XV. 129; as seen by Barents' 
and Hudson, XV. 123 ; Chart from Joris 
Carolus' " Nieuwvermeerde I^icht," 
1634, XVIL 631; J. Daniel's chart, 
XVIL 629; MS. map, 1614, XVIL 625; 
Purchas's map, XIV. 157 

T-O map, XV. 380 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



AA 

A A, Enrlandischon, Geologiscbo For- 

BchuDgen : E. von Toll, XII. 428 f 
Aachen, Tcmperatorbcobachtungen : P. 

Polifl, XIV. 675 1 
Aaraa, OcograpbiBch-kommcrziellc Gcscll- 

Bchaft : A. Frey, V. 402 f 
Aaraagen til Instiden : F. Yelschow, IX. 

244t 
Abod, J. R. : Bopublica Domiuicana, II. 

383 1 
Abadeh, Pereia, VII. 172 
Abag^za, tribe, Africa, I. 318 
Abai : les Blac Nile 
A-bantn skiills and crania, Study of: F. 

Sbrubaall, XIII. 455 1 
Abaasi, lake, Abyssinia, XII. 77; XVII. 214 
Abaya, lake, Abyasinia, VI. 384; VIII. 

222 ; XX. 384 ; tee Regina Margbcrita 
Abayila, snppofied lake, E. Africa, IV. 506 
Abbad, Wadi, Egypt, I. 400 
Abbadi, tribe, N. Africa, XVI. 547 
Abbadie, A. d', Arago medal presented to, 

IX. 227 ; Notice snr la vie et les trayaux 
do : Hatt, XL 459 f ; obituary : E. G. 
Eavenstein, IX. 569 

Abbasi, lake : tee Abassi 

Abbassia Observatory, Cairo, Report on 
Meteorological Observations, XIX. 232 f 

Abbas-Taman, Observatory, I. 173 

Abbate Pasha, Dr. : I)e la pr^t(mdn sph<^- 
rtcit^ de la Tcrre connu des anciens 
Egyptiens, 1. 571 f ; Dongola et la Nubie, 

X. 551 1 ; Khartoum-Omdourman et la 
chute da Mahdisme, XIV. 459 f ; La lu- 
mierc et la chaleur oonsider^es comme 
agents bien-faisants da climat d*Egypte, 
VI. 195 1 ; Mason Bey (biography), XIII. 
99t 

Abbaya, lake : tee Abaya 

Abbe, C. : Capes of C/arolina coast, VII. 
319 §, 334 t, .')57 § ; Mechanics of Earth's 
atmosphere, II. 476 1 ; ditto : Collection 
of translations, III. 164 1 ; Physiographic 
features of Maryland, XVII. 557 f 

Abbildung der Ualbkugeln : A. Bludau, 
Vn. 219t 

Abbott, H. B.: Census of India, 1891, 
Report, VIL 329 f 



ABB0IH08 18. 

Abbott, 8ir J., IX. 114 f 

S., obituary : Broadfoot, III. 341 

8. W., (ieograuhical distribution 

of certain causes of death in Massachu- 
setts, 1. 470 1 ; Vital statistics of Massa- 
chusetts, XI. 570 1 

Abdal, C. Asia, IIL 453 
Abd-el-Kuri, Indian O., XIII. 634 
Abdul Mejid, journey to Pamirs, VIII. 251 

Rahman ; remarks on Johore, III. 

297 
Abtds, G. : Altitudes of Alexandrovskay 

Sopka and Tagiwai, XII. 94 1 
-'^— H. : Erdmagnetische Beobachtung- 
vn in Obdorsk and Samarowo, XVIL 
89 1; observations on temperature and 
conductivity of snow, IIL 145 
Aberoom, C. Africa, I. 525 
Abercrombie, mt., Alaska, XIX. 610 
W. R., Copper River ex- 
ploring expedition, XVIII. 233 f 

and Capt. Glenn, Explora- 



tions in Alaska, XVIU. 233 f 

Hon. R., biography: R. H. 



Scott, XL 105 1 
Abcrdare, Ijord, on geographical oon- 

grosses, V. 372; obituary: Sir G. T. 

Goldie, V. 386; memorial to, VL 564 
Aberdare mts., E. Africa, XIV. 283 ; iden- 
tity with Settima, IV. 424 
Aberdeen and Banff, history: W. Watt, 

XV. (J62 1 
Ab-i-Bazuft, river, Persia, IV. 487 
Ab-i-Burujird, Persia, IV. 491 
Abich, H. : Caucasian travels, VIL 656 § ; 

Reisebriefe, VL 587 1 
Ab-i-(;urab (Dinaran), Persia, IV. 488 
Abingdon, rise of, X. 526 
Ab-i-Panj (Panja, Wakhan), river, C. Asia, 

VIII. 47, 51 ; XIII. 442 ; source, IV. 563 
Ab-i-Stada lake, Afghanistan, IX. 400 
Abkhazia, Ethnographical sketch : N. von 

Seidlitz, IV. 184 f; typical features of 

forests: N. Alboff, III. 140 
Abo-toge pass, Japan, VII. 128 
Abrak, Egypt, I. 410 

Abreu, D' : Discovery of Moluccas, VII. 365 
Abrolhos Is., Houtman's : R. Helms, XII. 

B 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I— XX. 



ABB 

687 t; relics in, IIL 519; tragedy of, 
XIL 215 1 
Abr Shebba, Arabia, XII. 48 
Abnizzi, Duke of, Arctic explorations, XI. 
302 ; XIII. 542, 664 ; XVI. 480, 566, 597 ; 
XVIII. 282; Farther North than Nan- 
sen, XIX. 779 1; Ritomo della spedi- 
zionc polare di il Duca degli Abrazzi, 
XVI. 703 1 ; Voyage of the Polar Star, 
XVIII. 458 1 ; ascent of Mt. St. Elias, 
X. 214, 443 ($ee aho FUippi, F. de) ; 
biography: W. Wolkenhanor, XVII. 
217 1 ; medal awarded to, XVIII. 98 

, Gli : K. Hassert, XL 449 f ; Die 

Abruzzen, IX. 458 f 
Absaroka range, Early Tertiary volcanoes 

of: A. Hague, XIV. 839 
Abs, tribe, Oman, XVIII. 492 
Abu Bekr: Pilg^mage and account of 

death of Gen. Gordon, II. 452 
Abu Gurdi, Egypt ; cataract rocks, I. 413 
Abulfeda ; account of Kais, VII. 648 ; of 

Siraf, VI. 172 
Abulkassim, mi, Sudan, XX. 377 
Abu Racan, Egypt: plantation, XV. 25, 
26 

Ramie, Egypt : dunes, XV. 9 

Aburrow, C. : Report ... of Johannesburg 
Board of Health, VIII. 532 1 ; of Johan- 
nesburg Sanitary Committee, VII. 215 f 
Abu Thabi, Oman, XIX. 55, 59 
Abu Zoid (Sayyid), account of Siraf, VL 

171 
Abyssapolis, ancient town, Arabia, VI. 125 
Abyisixila (tee dUo Ethiopia)— 

Alx'ssinien als Goldland: K. yon 

Bruchhausen, XIX. 771 1 
Abessinien und seine Bedeutung ffir 
unsercr Zeit : E. F. A. MUnzen- 
berger, II. 473 f 
Abcssiuiens Grcnzen : R. A. Hermann, 

XX. 354 1 
Abeeainier in Arabien und Afrika, E. 

Glaser, VI. 582 ; t VII. 450 § 
Abyssinia: V. Federoff; trs. W. E. 
Gowan, VIII. 310t 

and Egypt: L. Reinisch, 

IX. 314* 

as a factor in re-settlement 



of Soudan, etc. : V. Fcdoroff, XIIL 

91 1 

country and people: O.T. 



Crosby, XVII. 552 f 
Abyssinian languages: G. Schwein- 

furth. III. 71 1 
Aitjopija : F. J. Biober, XIX. 770 1 
Bomerkungen zur Geschichte Alta* 

bessiniens, etc. : E. O laser, IV. 577 1 
Bergrficken Kaiser Nikolaus II., XV. 

296 1 
Boundary, Anglo- Abyssinian, XI. 669 
Chomiu de fer fran9ai8 en Abyssinie : 

G. de la (JenardiJire, XII. 433 f 
Die heutige Lago der Italicner in 

Abessinien : P. Paulitschke, VII. 

442 1 



ABTSBIHIA 

Abystinis — eorUinued. 

Ethiopie : L. Darragon, XIL 209 f 

: Bouire, X. 551 f 

; Agriculture, voies do com- 
munications, avenir ^oonomique : C. 
M. Michel, XX. 124 f 

Inter§ts anglais et fran- 



9ais : C. Michel, XVIL 552 1 

Provinces ^uatoriales: G. 



de la Genardifero, XIL 209 1 

., Question d\ XVIL 552 1 



Futah el-Hdbacha : A. d'Abbadie et 
P. Paulitschke, XHI. 454 f 

Galla of Walcga and the Bertat : R. 
Koettlitz, XVIL 552 f § 

Geology and Anthropology : R. Koett- 
litz, XV. 264 • 

H concetto dell* unit£ etiopica: R. 
Perini, XVIIL lOSf 

Impressions d' Abyssinie: H. Ley- 
marie, XII. 630 1 

Issas et Adals : E. de Poncins, XIL 
209 1 

Italian territory in, VIII. 637 

Jets oyer de Vetrekkingen tusschen 
Nederland en Abyssinie in de 
zeventiende eeuw: E. Littmann, 
XX. 668 1 

Le Dembelas : C. Airaghi, VIL 678 1 

Maps — Carta nell' Eritrea e Regione 
Limitrofe, VII. 450 ; I Fiumi Omo e 
Baro, scoondo una Carta Abissina : 
M. Sacchi, V. 283 f ; Nubia and 
Abyssinia (Dongola Exp.) : W. and 
A. K. Johnston, VIL 573 f ; Schizzo 
del Teatro dcUa Guerra Italo- Abis- 
sina, VII. 573 1; Schizzo Dimo- 
strative della Regione compresa tra 
Massaua-Adua-Cassala, IX. 471 f 

Men^ik et Nous : H. Le Roux, XIX. 

654 1 

Modem Abyssinia: A. B. Wylde, 
XVIL 552 1: XVIIL 297 § 

Photographs : R. G. T. Bright, XVIIL 
248: C. W. Gwynn, XVIIL 654; 
M. K. Wollby, XV. 203 

Riccrche e studi suli' Etiopia : C. Ros- 
sini, XV. 437 t 

Sacred City of the Ethiopians : J. T. 
Bent, IIL 71 1 

S. higlilands, I. 485 

Sguardo suir . . .: L. Reinisch, X. 

340 t 
TcntativoB dcs Franciscans . . . dans 

la Haute Ethiopie : F. Romanct da 

Caillaud, VIII. 530 f 
Treaties, XL 293; XII. 97 1 
Tribes, XV. 267 
Verkehrscntwicklung in Aethiopicn: 

A. Ilg, XVIL 90 1 
Exploration (see also Africa, N.E.) — 
Austin, Bright aud (iwynn : Frontier 

expeditions, XVIIL 533 
Bekc, IX. 598 

Belgian and French, XVIIL 89 
Bent, J. T., L 457 ; IL 21 



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ABT88IVIA 

AhyMunitL— continued, 

BlimdcU, H. W. : Abyssinia to the 
Nile, XV. 97 ♦; XVL 124t 

Bonchamps, C. do : Mission de, XIL 
316, 541 1 ; XV. 177 ; Mission vers 
le NU Blanc, XIIL 679 1 ; Mission 
do Boncbamps, de Djibuti au Nil 
Blanc, etc. : C. Michel et J. 
Hansen, XVIL 222; Do., Vera 
Fachoda k la rencontre dc la 
Mission Marchand: C. Michel^ 
XVU. 552 1; XVIIL 299 §; R^- 
snltats g^graphiques : C. Michel, 
XVI. 476 §, 487 t 

Boorg de Bozas, Vioomte : Voyage au 
pays des Aronssi, XIX. 755, XX. 

229§,557t 
Bachs, V. : Voyages en Abyssinie, X. 

456 1 XIV. il7t 

Bnlatovich, A- K., XIV. 663 ; Dair 
Abissinia al lago Rodolfo per 11 
Caffa, XV. 438 1 

Cerroti, O. : II seoondo viaggio in 
Abissinia del Mashcov, V. 282 f 

Darragon, Ij. : Exploration de TAbys- 
sinio me'ridionale, XII. 77, 433 1 ; 
Viaggio del: G. Roncagli,XII. 433 f 

Erlanger, Baron, and (3. Neumann, 
XVU. 190, 528 : XVIII. 214 ; XIX. 
87; Rciso in den Galla-Landem, 
XVIIL 330 1; in Nordost-Afrika, 
XVL 581 1; XVIL 677 1: Spedi- 
ziono o rclativo sogglomo in Abis- 
sinia e nei pacsi dei Galla c del 
Somali, XX. 354 f 

Foumet, M., XX. 6.55 

Gentile, N. : Esouniono ncl Co-Hkin, 
IV. 86t 

Gleichen, Count: With the Mission 
toMenelik, XL452t 

Harrison and Whitehousc, XV. 533 

Lo Roux, H. : Expedition to W. bor- 
ders, XVIIL 533; Explorations in 
H. Abyssinia, XIX. 87 ; Itin^raire 
d'Addis-AbabA au Nil Bleu, XIX. 
397 1; Voyage au Ouallaga, XX. 
124 1 

LeonticfT, Count: Exploration des 
provinces ^uatoriales d'Abysainic, 

XVL 558 §, 579 t 
Macaire, 8. K. : Mon voyage en Abys- 

sinic, X. 551 f 
Monelik's Dominioi^s, etc. : M. S. 

Wellby, XVI. 292 •, 698 f 
Neumann, O. : From the Somali coast 

through S. Ethiopia to the Sudan, 

XX. 373 ♦ 
Orleans, Prince H. d' : Visito k I'Em- 

poreur Mdn^ick, XIIL 454 1 ; 

Voyage du : de Poncins, IX. 197 f, 

453 1 
Russian explorations, V. 168; XIV. 

664 
Sporting trip tlirough Abyssinia: 

P. H. G. Powell-Cotton, XIX. 770 f 
Through the Lion-Land to the Court 



ABAMAWA 

AhjBnmtL—eonHnued, 

of the liion of Jadah : H. Vivian, 
XVIL 552 1 
Vanderheyn, J. 8. : Exp^ition avec 

lo N^gous M^nelik, VIII. 92 f 
Vign^raa, S. : Mission fran9aiB0 en 

Abyssinie, X. 456 
Wellby, M.S.,XnL74,303, 533 ; Mone- 
lik's dommions, etc., XVL 292*, 
698 1 : 'Twixt Sirdar and Menelik, 
XVIII. 456 1 ; XIX. 197 § 
Academy glacier, Greenland, XL 224 
Acarai mis., Guiana, XVIL 355 
Acclimatation des Europeens dans Ics 
regions tropicales : L. W. Sambon, XVIL 
565t 
Acclimatization of Europeans in Tropical 
Lands : L. W. Samhon, XII. 589 * 

: W. Ripley, VIIL 643 

Acha, J. A. : De las Andes al Amazonas, 

XX. 532 §, 561 1 
Achewa, tribe, C. Africa, XL 517 
Achik-kul. Tibet, IX. 550 
Achill, L, A Holiday in the Far West : 

A. J. Hayes, V. 86 f 
Achin, General account of: G. Schott, I. 

.5.56 1 
Achipeta, tribe, C. Africa, XL 517 
Achray, Loch : soundings, XV. 321, 351 ; 

temperatures, XV. 334 
Ackermaun, E. : Au pays du Caoutchouc, 

XVIL 679 1 
Acland, J. B. : Explorations in New Zea- 
land Alps, L 39 ; Growth of our Seaports, 
XL90t 
Aconcagua, Sir M. Conway on, XIV. 26 ; 
Aconcagua and Tierra del Fuego : Id., 
XX. .561 1, 644 § 
E. A. Fitzgerald on, IX. 223 ; X. 96, 460, 
567; Exp^'dition to, VIIL 517, XL 
455 1 ; Exploration on and around, 
XIL 469 • ; XIIL 95 f ; Record of 
first ascent of, Highest Andes, XV. 
84 1 
S. Vines: Ascent of Aconcagua and 
Tupungato, XV. 196t 
Acoustics — Akustisch-Gcographischc Pro- 

bleme: S. (iunthcr, XIX. 406 f 
Active : Voyage to Antarctic, II. 433 

and J?aZ«iia, Cruise in Antarctic 

Seas : W. S. Bruce, VU. 502 ♦ ; C. W. 
Donald, VII. 625 ♦ 
Active sound, Antarctic, VII. 632 
Ada river, Darfur, VIL 428 
Adabai river, Abyssinia, XV. 103 
Adair, F. : Big Game of Baltistan and 

Ladakh, XVIL 550 
Adam af Bremen : S. L<jnborg, XI. 105 f 
Adam. C. et H. : Lettres de C. Huvgcns ^ 

Descart^, VIL 222 f 
Adamawa, III. 43, 415; German progress 
in, XIV. 565 
Adamaua : S. Passarge, VI. 583 1 ; VIL 

272 § 
German expedition to : S. Passarge, V. 
50 ♦ 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



ADAXAWA, 

Adamawa — eanlinued. 
Land und Lento an dcr Sudgronze 

Westadamanaa, X YL 580 1 
Travels in : H. Porcher, I. 84 f 
Ydlkeret&mme an der Sudgrenze Adam- 
anas : Hntter, XIV. 337 1 
Wute-Adamana Feldzug: Haupt. von 
Kamptz, XV. 551 1 
Adamello, Geologisoh - petrographische 
8tndien im : W. Salomon, IX. 675 t 

nnd St. Gotthard : W. Salomon, 

XIV. 221 1 
Adams, A. : W. Rajputana States, XV. 

192t 

, C. C. : Lient. Peary's Arctic work, 

IL 303*; Railroad development in 
Africa, I. 469 f ; Text-book of Commer- 
cial Geography, XIX. 408 1, 747 §; 
Tropical Africa as a factor in civiliza- 
tion, IV. 190 1 

F., The Australians; Social 



sketch, II. 92 f 

Father : journeys N. and E. of 



Lake Nyasa, XIU. 432 

-, F. D. : Biography of G.M. Dawson, 



XVIII. 242 t ; of Sir W. Dawson, XV. 
303 t, 557 1; Embankments of the Po, 
VIII. 412 t ; Excursion to Pyrenees in 
connection with Eighth International 
Geological Congress, XVIII. 103 1 ; Re- 
port on Geology, N. of Island of Mon- 
treal, IX. 682 f 

G. I. : Physiographic Divisions of 



Kansas, XX. 359 f 

-, U. B. : Jarod Sparks and Alexis 



do Tocqueville, XIV. 340 1 

and Wood, H. : Columbus 



and his Discovery of America, I. 187 f 
H. C. : Railway Mileage of the 



World in 1890, II. 69 

I. : Persia by a Persian, XIX. 



769 t 



P. A. M. : Uhc'hc und das Land bis 

zum Nyassa-Scc, XIII. .563 t 
, W., und sein " Grab " in Hemi- 

mura : L. Reiss, XX. 472 f 
Adamson, D. B. : Yquitos, XII. 328 1 
Adarc, Cape, Victoria Land, V. 587 ; XVI. 

383; XVIL482 
Adatara in Japan, Ausbruch dor Yulcans : 

M. Yokoyama, XYIIL 106 f : Eruption 

of: N. Kanakara, XX. 123 f 
Addis Abbeba, XV. 98, 102; XVI. 293 ; hot 

springs near, XV. 266 ; position, XIV. 

564 ; XIX. 507 ; trade (Foreign Office 

Rep.), XVn. 75§,90t 
Addu, Maldive Is., XIX. 281 
Adeane, E. S. : obituary, XX. 664 
Adelaide Observatory, Meteorological 

observations : C. Todd, XX. 249 f 
Adelsbcrg, grotto of, IV. 60 ; Survey sketch 

of environs ; C. A. Martel, III. 257 t 
Aden, Harbour: W. 8. Child, lY. 187 §, 

361 1 

Penins., surveys. III. 330 ; YI. 28 ; 

G.P.Tate, lY. 175 ; Capt. Wahab, II. 154 



ABYBHT 

Adi, Wadi, ArabU, VII. 522 

Adiaman, Aaia Mi., VIII. 322 

Adige— Die Etsch : A. Penck, VII. 109 f 

Adim, Wadi, Arabia, lY. .329 

Adirondacks, XIII. 513; and Champlain 
Valley, Glacial Phenomena : I. H. Ogil- 
vie, XX. 560 f ; Aux Lacs fran^ais des : 
G. de Beaumont, XYIIL 457 f 

Adish glacier, Caucasus, V. 378 

Adii Chai, Asia Mi., XW. 508 

Adier, B. : Neuesten russischen Scenfor- 
schungen in Westsibirien, XIX. 397t; 
North German Lowland, XYIL 554 f 

^ C. : Goode Memorial Meeting, IX. 

583 1 ; International Catalogue of Scien- 
tific Literature, XIV. 466 1 

-, E. N. : Bird's eye view of Trans- 



Caspian, XIL 208 1 
Admiralty Charts : tee Charts 

Chart Agency, XVII. 639 

List of Lights, 1896, VIU. 196 f; 

IX. 689 t 

— Soundings, X. 544 

Surveys : 1893, II. 22 ; lY. 26 ; 



1894, YL 22 ; 1895, VIII. 54 ; IX. a55 ; 
1897, XIL 70; 1898,XIV.83; 1899,XYL 
90; 1900, XYIIL 81 ; 190 L XIX. 742 
Surveys, Report : Sir W. MTiar- 



ton, XI v. 843 1 

Is. : nomenclature, XV. 425 



Adolf haven. New Guinea, XX.. 659 
Adour river,' change of course, XIV. 406 ; 

Embouchures et les lits auciens de 1* : 

C. Duffart, IX. 557, 573 1 
et le Plateau landais : L. A. Fabre, 

XX. 666 1 

Adrar — M. Blanchot's Expedition, XVI. 
227, 683 ; Dr. Dereims on, XVII. 72, 
.332 1 : M. Jouinot-Gambetta on, XYIIL 
330 1 ; G. Donnet*s expedition, lY. 17(> 

Adriani, N. : Mededeelingen omtrcnt de 
Toradja's van Midden Celebes, XIX. 

397 1 
Adrianopoli, II vilayet di : O. Gactani, XL 

308 1 
Adriatic Sea — 

Austro-Hungarian health resorts on : 
E. Gelcich, II. 276 f 

Bora in : Lieut. Kessler, XX. 650 

Direzione delle correnti fluviali c di 
riflusso in rclaziono alia cx>rrente lito- 
ranea dcir Adriatico : G. L. Bcrto- 

lini, XX. not 
Gezoitenkolk im Adriatischen Mcerc : 

Halbfass, VIII. 425 f 
Seeboden-Relief des Adriatischen 

Meeres : J. Luksch, XIX. 103 f 
Temperatura della superficie del Maro 

Adriatico : A. Gavazzi, X. 554 f 
Temperatura e del colore delle aequo 
fatte neir Adriatico : A. Ricc6 e G. 
Saiia,XIY.123t 
Adulis, Red S^a, II. 140 
Adura river, Abyssinia, XVII. 499 
Advent bav, Spitsbergen, IX. 355 ; XII. 
138 ; XlV. 63 



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ADVJUITUJUC 

AdTenture Land, SpitBbergen, Xn. 148 

Adye, J. : Past and Future of Gibraltar, 
VL580t 

AdyrBQ, Glimbs among Peaks of: H. W. 
Holder, XI. 196 f 

Aegean Sea — ^Das Agaisohe Meer: G. 
Schott, VL 291 1 ; Islands of, Phillpp- 
son's inyestigations, XVIU. 211 ; Bei- 
t»ge zur Kenntniss der griechisohen 
Inselwelt: Philippson, XVIIL 225t; 
Description des Isles de VArchipel: 
O. Bnondelmonti, XII. 821 f ; Griech- 
ischcn Inseln des Agaischen Meeres: 
Philippson, X. 451 f ; see Cyclades 

— ^ and Dardanelles, Hydro- 
graphy, IIL 510 ♦ 

and Sea of Marmora : Pola 



Deep Sea Explorations, I. 365 
Aerial Navigation : A. S. White, VIII. 

533t 
Aeronautical Work : L. Hargrove, IX. 346t 
Aeronautics : see Ballooning 
Aero-physical Observatory, Equipment of : 

A. McAdie, X. 233 f 
Aetolia; geography, etc!: W. J. Wood- 
' house, XI. 192 1 
Aff Madu, Somaliland, IX. 57 
Affonso V. of Portugal, IX. 207 

AlfchttTIIStSTI 

Afghanistan : K. Syrkin, XYIII. 684 f 
At the Court of the Amir: J. A. 

Gray, VIL 212 1 
Experience at the Court of: J. A. 

Gray, IIL 345 f 
Geographical terms; letter from 

H. G. Baverty, XUI. 83 
Key to India, The : A. B. Cc)lquhoun, 

XVI. 246 t, 485 1 
Notes on Afghanistan, etc. : H. G. 

Baverty, L 162 §; VIL 547 § 
Photographs: A. C. Yate, XI. 331 ; 

Afghan-Baluchistan Boundary : 

G. P. Tate, IX. 588 
Becent Journey in : Lord Curzon, 

VIII. 808 1 
Southern Borderlands of: A. H. 

McMahon, IX. 393 § ; X. 227 f 
Unexplored Areas, II. 490 
Vers les Indes : J. Winnicki, XIII. 

676 t 
Volcanoes near Baluchistan-Afghan 

Frontier : McMahon, X. 558 
Frontiers — ^work on, V, 271 ; frontier 

with Baluchistan ; photographs : 

G. P. Tate, IX. 588 ; with India, 

III. 422 ; Kushk river dispute, I. 

454 : with Bussia, XIII. 470 
Anglo-Afghan frontier agreement, 

VII, 546, 674 
Anglo-Indian ** Caucasus ; '* English 

collisions with frontier tribes: 

N. A. Aristoflf, XVII. 88 f 
Fronti^re Indo-Afghane : A. Foucher, 

X VIL 549 1 
On the Afghan frontier: A. Sere- 

brennikov, XVI. 666 ♦ 



A7BI0A, eSVXBAL 

Afghawiitan — eontinued. 
Maps — 
^luchistan and Afghanistan; Oro- 
graphic Map: SirT. Holdich,XVI. 
527 ♦ ; XVII. 319 t ; correction to, 
XVL 682 
Politisch-militarisohe Earte von 
Afghanistan, Persia, etc. : P. Lang- 
hans,XIX. I14t 
Afghans, XIL 854 ; XVIL 468 ; Indepen- 
dent Afghan or Patau tribes : H. G. 
Baverty, III. 530 1 
Africa, 0«neral — 

Actual Africa ; or the Coming Con- 
tinent : F. Vincent, V. 605 f 
Africa in 1897: B. N. Oust, X. 

649 1 
in the Nineteenth Century : 

E. Sanderson, XIIL 91 f 

north of the Equator : A. E. 



Pease, VIII. 310 f 

since 1888 : Hon. G. G. Hub- 



bard, VIIL 310 1 
African Incidents: A. B. Thruston, 

XV. 666 1 
Society and its Journal, XIX. 

85 
Subjects of Special Interest, 

Notes on : Sir H. H. Johnston, XIX. 

898 1 
Afrika: W. Sievers, VL 487 1: 

Zweite Auflage: W. Sievers und 

F. Hahn, XIX. 771 f 
Chicago Congress on Africa: F. P. 

Noble, III. 160 t 
Geography of Africa : E. Heawood, 

IX. 340 1, 446 § 
New Africa, The : A. Schulz and A. 

Hammar, X. 175§, 229t 

Papers on Africa : British Associa- 
tion, IL 329 

Pitman's New Era Geography 
Beader, XVII. 675 1 
Acclimatization, Health, etc. — 

Acclimatization, X. 315 

of Europeans in 

tropical lands: L. A. Sambon, XII. 
589 » 

Arrow-poison, antidote, X. 639 

Geographical Distribution of Tropical 
Diseases: B. W. Felkin, V. 605 t 

Guide to Health: T. H. Parke, IL 

379 1 
Health in Africa: C. F. Harford- 
Battersby, XIL 642 1 
Climatology — 
Climate and Floral Begions in : 
G. F. Scott Elliot, I. 566 1 : Be- 
ports of Committee : E. G. Baven- 
stein, VI. 385 §, XL 70; XII. 
378; XUL 559t; XIV. 226 f, 
547; XV. 420 §; XVL 249 1; 
XVIL 552 1 ; XVIIL 509 
Coasts — 
African Pilot: Bevised Supplements, 

VnL92t; XVIL 21 Of 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



A7BI0A, GSHBBAI 

Africa, Oeneral — continued. 

Souvemrs of the African Coast : Baron 
E. de Mandat Grancey, 1. 182 1 

Surveys, 1837, IX. 591 

; — -, Admiralty, XVni. 82 

Colonization, exploration, etc. {see also 
Political Geog., beUw) — 

Africa as a field for colonial enter- 
prise : G. F. Scott-Elliot, VII. 
112t, GGOf 

African Adventure, An : A. B. Koo, 
Xn. 541 1 

AfrikaforschuDg seit dem Jabre 1884 : 
A. Schenck, XIL 433 f ; XIII. 679 1 

Avenir de TAfrique: G. Hanotaux, 
XX 124t 

Cape to Cairo, The: "Daily Tele- 
graph " Expedition, XVI. 351, 558 : 
XVIL 75; E. S. Grogan and A. H. 
Sharp, XVL 6991; J. T. M'ills, 
XIII. 455 1 ; Through Africa from : 
E. S. Grogan, XVI. 164 ♦, 699 f 

Colonization of Africa by alien races : 
Sir H. H. Johnston, XIIL 419 §, 
455 1 

En Afriquo avec la Mission Coillard : 
A. Bertrand, XV. 666 f 

Expeditions anglaises en Afrique: 
Septans, X. 1201 

French expeditions, various, II. 20; 
X. 213, 539; XIIL 2 

Geographical progress, II. 484; IV. 23; 
X. 314, 566; XVL 599; during reign 
of Queen Victoria, XVIL 286 ♦ 

Gcographischcn Forscbungen und 
Keisen in 1899: O. Leuz, XVI. 
579 1; do., 1901 : F. Umlauft, XX. 
675 1 

(ieographische Ortsbostimmungen : 
L. Ambronn, X. 121 f 

Im Afrikanischen Urwald : F. Thon- 
ner, XIIL 322 f 

In Dwarf Land and Cannibal Country : 
A. B. Lloyd, XVI. 869 1 

India and Africa: F. E. Young- 
husband, VIIL 310 f 

Nos cxplorateurs Africains : " A. M.," 
VIL 339 t 

Pioneers, The African: P. Oliver, 
VIL 331 1 

Portuguese colonization — As colonias 
Portuguezas: E. de Vnsoonoellos : 
X. 178 § ; XL 208 1 ; Colonies portu- 
guaises dans T Afrique, etc., XIL 
331 1; Portuguese Knowledge of 
Africa In 16th and 17th centuries, 
VIL 202 

Pourquoi Flatters et ses compagnons 
sont morts: H. Schirmer, VIIL 418 1 

Prince Henry the Navigator's Dis- 
coveries, III. 394 

Bound the Black Man's Garden : Z. 
Colvile,IL186t 

Story of Africa and its Explorers : K. 
Brown, L 182 f; IL 563 f; IV. 
470 1 : V. 500 1 



' AFBICA, GBREKAL 

, General— Mm«nued. 
Scoperte geografiche del Seoolo XIX. : 

F. Porena, XVI. 579 1 
Three years in savage Africa: L. 

Decle, XL 569 1 ; XIL 802 § 
Through the heart of Africa from S. 

to N. : A. St, H. Gibbons, XX. 354 f 
Transformation of Africa: J. Halligey, 

XV. 81 1 
Travers^e du continent noir : E. Miot 

IX. 576 1 

Under the African Sun: W. J. An- 

sorge, XIV. 117t 
White Man's Africa: P. Bigelow.XI. 

314t 

With Emin Pasha in the heart of 
Africa: F. Stuhlmann, III. 161 t 
Ethnologv — Capabilities of natives, VIL 
386; 'migrations, VL 408 

Afrikanische Pfeil, Der: K. Weule, 
XIV. 680 1 

Civilizations, Origin of: L. Fro- 
benius, XVU. 552 f 

Dwarfs — On the Dwarfs of: O. Lenz, 
IV. 188t; Populations naines de 
TAfrique : R. Dubreucq, XIV. 
117 1; Pygme'osN^grilles d Afrique : 
Le Roy, XIV. 227 1 ; Sogenannten 
Zwergvolker Afrikas : O. Lenz, V. 
606 1; VL 468 §; Sui cosidetti 
" popoli nani " dell' Africa : O. Lenz, 

X. 228 1 

Eingeborenen Afrikas : A. Nachtigal. 

X. 649t 

Essay on progress of Philology to 
1893 : R. N. Cust, II. 563 1 

Ethnology : E. Hoawood, VI. 4(55 ♦ 

Fortifications of Natives: L. Uosel, 
I. 376 1 ; IL 67 

Geschichteu und Lioder dor Afri- 
kaner: A. Seidel, VIL 678 1 

Hamitic Race in: Sergi, X. 178§ 

Mancala, National (irame of : S. Culin, 
X. ()49 1 

Masken und Geheimbtinde Afrikas: 
L. Frobenius, XV. 296 t 

Modem Bundooism and kindred in- 
stitutions in pagan Africa : F. 
Snelson, XIV. 458 f 

Neglected source of labour in Africa : 
J. G. B. Stopford, XX. 557 1 

Negroes, characteristics, VI. 466 

Notes on some African structures 
(architecture) : J. T. Last, IV. 470 f 

Organization der afrikanischen Arbeit : 
C. Peters, XVIII. 639 1 

Problem of Races in Africa : U. Els- 
dale, VIL 678 t ; Do. : Miss H. E. 
Cblenso, XL 94 1 

Questions concerning law customs of 
African natives, VIIL 310 1 

Societes Africaines, Les : A. de Prc- 
ville. IV. 86 1 ; VL 465 § 

Ursprung der Afrikanischen Kul- 
turen : L. Frobenius, XII. 433 f 

Use of Bow and Arrow in Africa and 



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AFBICA, GUrSXAL 

Afriea, Oeneral— oontiniMd. 

New Guinea: J. D. £. Schmeltz, 

I90t 
Yolkerbewegimgen : K. Barthel, IV. 

578 1 ; VI. 468 § 
Fauna— the "Jigger," XIL 414; large 

mammalB, VIE. 285; Preservation 

of Elephants: A. Sharpe, XIII. 

569 1 ; of wUd animals, XYI. 105 
Ausbreitung des Sandfl<^ : P. Hess, 

XIV. 680 1 
Ethiopian Faunal Region, VII. 282 * 
Ostrich, Distribution of: J. Forest, 

IV. 86 1 
Zebra, Apparently new Species of: 

P. L. Solater, XVIII. 327 f 
Zoo-geographischen Regionen auf dem 

Kontinent Afrika, Entstehung der : 

H. J. Kolbe, XIX. C54 f 
Flora— 
Pflanzi'ngeographie der Africa: G. 

Andersaon, XIX. 779 1 
Rubber plants, R. Schlechter's study 

of, XIV. 445 ; Westafrikanische 

Kautschuk-Ezpedition : R. Schleoh- 

ttr, XVIIL 306 § 
Welwitsch's collection of plants : cata- 
logues. XL 93 1 : XV. 83t 
History-— 

Afrikas Angliedening an die euro- 
{Miische Cultnrwelt : R. Rumpe, 
XIV. 680 1 

Afrique en 1800 et en 1900: M. G. 
Vasoo, XVII. 675 f 

Am^nagement de Teau et rinstallation 
mrale dans 1' Afrique ancienne : M. 
du Coudray la Blanchfere, XI. 197 f 

Arabian records, XII. 261 

Circumnayigation, related by Herodo- 
tus; A. W. Stiffe on, XVII. 203 

Eldorado of the Ancients : C Peters, 
XX. 529 § 

History and Description of Africa: 
Leo Africanns, ed. R. Brown, VIII. 
530 1; annotated ed.: C. Schefer, 
XII. 433 1 ; Xin. 559 1 

Eenntnis Afrikas im Altertum: H. 
Trant, XVIII. 639 f 
Literature— 

Reviews of books : E. Heawood, VII. 
270; VIIL 678; X. 172; XIL 
300: XIIL 412; A. H. Keane, 
XVIII. 297 
Maps and Survejrs^- 

IhUeh — Ancient, published at Am- 
stetdam : C. Peters, VII. 202, 214 1 

Engluk — Bacon's Excelsior Atlas, 
VIIL 656; Bartholomew: Political 
map, VIIL 314; XIL 108t; XIIL 
228 1 : Fees : School Wall map, I. 
287 1; Flemmings Generalkarten, 
No. 43: A. Herrich, L 94 1; HL 
167t; Sir E. Hertslet: Map of 
Africa by Treaty,V. 606 f ; appendix, 
etc., IX. 576 1 ; Johnston : General 
map, XVII. 329 f ; PhiUp : Treaty 



AVBIOA, GSHE&AI. 

Africa, General — continued. 

Boundaries, XIL 644 f; General 
map, XV. 306 1; War Office maps, 
XIX. 664 1, 786 f ; XX. 253 f, 567 f 

French — Afrique, 1895 (Soc. de Geog. 
de Paris), VL 203 f; Carte de 
TAfrique : Service Geog. de 
rArm^e,L 287t; V. 611t: VIIL 
655 1 : IX. 1 18 1, 691 1 ; XL 463 1 ; 
XIL 109 1, 644 1 ; XIIL 574 f ; XVL 
262 1 ; XVII. 568 1 ; XIX. 665 f 

Chrman — ^H. Habenicht, I. 94 1 

ItaUan — Africa a base fisica : G. 
Cora, XIX. 245 f 

Geographical Surveying, XVIII. 590 • 

How are we to get maps of Africa? 
Sir T. H. Holdich, XVIIL 590 ♦ 

Kartenaufnahmen in Afrika : H. 
Behrens, XX. 354 f 

Surveys, XIX. 376 ; German, VI. 282 ; 
incorrectness of longitudes, II. 426 ; 
necessity for, 11. 487; VI. 20; P. 
Stuhlmann's Work, I. 69; Topo- 
graphical, XIX. 398 1 ; do., resolu- 
tion by Congress on, VIIL 292 

Triangulation of Africa : E. F. 
Chapman, V. 467 ♦, VII. 414, 550 
Nomenclature— 

Erklarung einiger . . . Ortsnamcn : 
C. Velten, XVL 488 f 

Orthography of Names: L. Sevin-Des- 
places, II. 186t; System of, for 
Congo State, XIL 85 
Physical Geography — 

Desiccation of Lakes and Rivers, VII. 
367; R. Sieger on, L 84 f, 358 §; 
Zur Frage dor Austrocknung 
Afrikas: P. Beichard, VIL 112 1 

Geological changes, V. 122 

l4tterite und Rotcrden in Afrika und 
Indien : S. Passarge, VIII. 425 f 

Method of obtaining salt, I. 458 

Rivers — navigability, VIIL 492 ; 
River-basins of Africa and Asia, 
Areas ; A. Bladau on, XL 61 

Volcanic agencies: H. Meyer, II. 186 f 
Political Geography (fee alto Africa, 
Central — 

Afrioanists in Council : A. S. White, 
VI. 487 1 

African Wastes reclaimed : R. Young, 
XIX. 771 1 

Future of Africa : C. Peters, X. 228 f 

Invasion enrop^enne en Afrique: E. 
Foa, XIV. 226 1 

New African crisis with France and 
Germany, IV. 188 1 

Partition of Africa : J. Scott Keltic, 
I. 280 1 ; V. 605 1 ; M. L. Malavialle, 
L 280 1; A. S. White, IV. 188 1; 
Partage de TAfrique : V. Deville, 
XL 453 1 ; XIL 306 § ; Protectorats 
et spheres d*influcnco en Afrique : 
F. van Ortroy, XUI. 418 §, 455 f 

State of Africa at time Queen Vic- 
toria's accession, IX. 590, 598 



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A7BI0A, GBVE&AL 

Afriea, Qtntnl—eontinued. 

Territorial arrangements : E. G. 

RaTenstein, IV. 54 ♦ 
Treaties: Convention between U.K. 
and France, XV. 83 f ; Con vention(B) 
franco-anglaise(8),XlV. 887 f; Do. : 

E. Rouard de Card, XVII. 676 t ; 
Map of Africa by Treaty : Sir E. 
Hertslet, V. 606 f, IX. 576 f; 
Treaty-making in Africa : Sir 

F. D. Lugard, I. 53 ♦ 
Brtthh—Biitfiin in Africa : M. Seton, 

XIV. 836 1 ; Br. Africa (Br. Empire 
Series), XV. 81 t ; Englischen 
C/olonial-Besitzes : R. Rumpe,XIII. 
455 1 ; Extension of British in- 
fluence : Sir F. Logard, VIL 112 f ; 
Imperial Africa: A. F. Mockler- 
Ferryman, XII. 541 f : XIII. 413 § ; 
Politique anglaise et TAfriquo; 
Leblond, XVIII. 639 f ; Trade, X. 
440 ; gee aUo Africa, Central 
DiUeh work in : J. Vetb, I. 567 1 
French: Colonization africaine et le 
chemin de fer de Madagascar : A. 
Duponchel, XI. 568 f ; Explorations 
frun9ai8es en Afrique en 1896 : C. 
Maunoir, IX. 340 f ; do., r^centcs, 
XVIII. 550 t ; Fran9ais en Afrique 
au XIX- si^cle : C. Simond, XIX. 
398 1 ; Frankreichs Afrikabcsitz : 
R. Rumpe, XII. 210 f; French 
enterprise in Africa : Hourst, XIII. 
455 1 
Cferman — Abgrenzung unserer afri- 
kanischen Schutzgebiete : H. 
Singer, XIX. 528 f ; AUemands en 
Afrique, Les : J. Peltzer, IX. 105 1 ; 
Beitntge zur Kenntniss der Deut- 
schen Schutzgebiete (map) : Lang- 
hans, XV. 202 1; Colonies AUe- 
mandes d*Af rique, Les : G. Vasco, 

XVIII. 329 1 : German methods of 
development in : C. T. H. Wright, 

XIX. 399 1; Geologic der Deut- 
schen Bchutzgcbiete in Afrika ; F. 
Kossmat, XL 314 f: Navigabilite 
des Cours d'eau dans les Colonics 
allemands d*Afrique, XX. 356 f ; 
Proposed German barrier across 
Africa : J. W. Gregory, VII. 332 1 ; 
Trade of German Frotectorates : A. 
Zimmerman, XIX. 656 f ; Verkehrs- 
verhaltnisse in den deutsch- 
afrikanischen Schutzgebieten : D. 
Schwabe, XX. 558 1 : Weissbuch, 
Sechzehnter Theil, VII. 442 f 

Italian — Der Wert von Italieniseh- 
Afrika, VIIL 311 1; Possessi i 
Protettorate in Africa, VIL 443 f 

Portugueee — Afrique lusitanienne : 

G. Vaes, XIV. 337 1 ; Etudes sur 
les colonies portugaises : H. Hauser, 
XVII. 211 1 : Padroado de Portugal 
em Africa : Bishop de Himeria, 
VIL 443 1 



AFBICA, CJUTRAL 

Afrioa, Otfieral — eontinued. 

I^^nith — Colonias espailolas en 
Afrioa: D. M. Conrotte, XVIII. 

not 

Railways — 

Afrikanische Transcontinentalbahn : 
G. Hayek, XIV. 226 f ; Chemins de 
fer en Afrique, XII. 438 1 ; Eisen- 
babnon in Afrika: D. Kfirchhoff, 
XVil. 675 1; Railroad development : 
C. C. Adfims, I. 469 f ; Railways in 
Afrioa : L. Darwin, VIIL 488 • ; 
Trans - afrikanische Eisenbahn, 
XIV. 226 1 
Trade- 
Consular reports, IX. 561 ; X. 440 ; 
export of ivory and caoutchouc, V. 
273; general progress, XV. 418; 
shipping, XIV. 117t 

Commercial Africa in 1899, Commerce 
of U.S. A., XV. 550 1 

Development of Tropical Africa : Sir 
G. Baden-Powell, VII. 679 f 

Elautschukproduktion Afrikas : E. 
Friedrich, XVII. 675 f 

La Golconde africaine: J. Leclcrc, 
V. 283 t 

Liquor traffic: F. W. Lugard, XL 
92 1 

Slave trade, VIIL 491 ; corre- 
spondence on, XVI. 580 1 ; Slavery 
and the Slave trade: Sir H. M. 
Stanley, 1. 567 t 
Africa, Central (Eqiiatorial)— 

Aequatorial- und Siid-Afrika nach 
einer Darstellnng von 1719: V. 

Peters, VIL 202 §,214 1 
Afrique cquatoriale: A. Poskin, X. 

649 1; XIL305§ 
C. Africa since death of Livingstcme : 

W. G. Blaikie, X. 649 f 
Chartered Government in : A. S. 

White, IIL loot 
Climate : tee Africa, General 
Delimitation of British and French 

spheres, XIII. 524 ♦ 
Development of C Africa from the 

East : A. G. Spilsbury, XX. 245 t 
England's work in : Sir H. H. John- 
ston, IX. 340 1 
Geologv and Climate, I. 116 
Health" Hints : H. Waller, I. 566 t : 

How to live in Tropical Africa : J. 

Murray, V. 282 1 1 malarial fevers, 

XII. 603 
Place-names : D. Crawford, II. 68 
Photographs : P. Weatherlev and D 

(Crawford, XIL 112; D. Crawford, 

XIV. 852 
Protectorates of Great Britain in 

Tropical Africa : Sir H. H. John- 

ston, XIX. 655 t 
Question musulmane dans le Centre 

africain : P. Dornin, XX. 557 1 
Reality v. Romance in : J. Johnston, 

IIL 533 1 



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Afriea, Otntral (BqiutorUl)— conh'iitiec?. 
Rechteckigen Sohriigdachhutteii Mit- 

telafrikas : E. Hoeel. V. 282 t 
Telegraph line. Projected, I. 67 
Tniites en Afrique centrale: H. 

Scbirmer, VIL 442 f 
Steamers on lakes of« I. 68, 270 ; IX. 

327; X. 441; XIV. 566; XVH. 

430 : XIX. 601 
Tropical Africa as factor in civiliza- 
tion : C. C. Adams, IV. 190 1 
XJoiversi ties' Mission report, XIL 

433 1 ; XVI. 249 f 
Exploration, etc. — 

After big game in C. Africa : E. Foa, 

XIV. 459 1 
Among swamps and giants in Equa- 
torial Africa : H. H. Austin, XX. 

559 1. 642 § 
A troTers I'Afrique centrale : E. Foa, 

IX. 462 t ; X. 177§. 539 ; do. : C. 

Maistre, V. 607 f ; VII. 271 § 
Beobacfatang auf der Ubena-Nvassa 

Expedition : G. Liwler, V. 182 f 
Bericht ilber seine Reisen in Ost- nnd 

Central Afrika : 0. Neumann, VI. 

296 1 
CVilonizzazione dell' Africa tropicale : 

P. Sitta. VII. 333 f 
Congo an Nil. Mission, conference du 

C'omm. Roulet, XVIIL 5.50 f 
Coryndon, R. T. : expedition, III. 

425 
Country E. of junction of Sabi and 

Oilzi rivers : R«^v. (t. Knigbt-Bruce, 

L344* 
Dans la grande for^t de I'Afrique 

centrale : F. Thonner, XV. 194 f 
Dfecle, L. : ('xpeditions. III. 60, 332 ; 

XVII. 75 
Durch Afrika von Ost nach West: ' 

Graf G. A. von Gtitzen, VIE. 273 §, 

442 1 
Encore la question de la priorite dc 

la d^nverte de 1' Afrique centrale : 

A. Wautera, VIL 113t 
Expedition Lemaire aux sources du 

Congo, XVI. 249 f 
Exploration and bunting in : A. St. 

H. Gibbons, XI. 313 f : XII. 301 § 
Explorations in Congo basin: £. G. 

Ravenstein, I. 223 * 
Fort Jameson to Kafue river : C. P. 

Chesnaye, XVU. 42 • 
Fort Jameson to Old Cbitambo and 

Tanganyika plateau: R. Codring- 

ton, XVI. 124 t 
French expedition across, VIII. 516 
Gotzen ; Expedition across, IV. 273 ; 

V. 78, 354 I 

Lloyd, A. B. : In Dwarf land, etc., I 

XVI. 369 1 ; journey across >}qua- 

torial forest, XI IL 195 
Loango au Chari, Itineraire du : J. 

Dybowski, I. 94 f, 165 § 
Macdonald, Col. J. R. L. : Expedition 



AFBIOA, CBHTRAL 

Africa, Central (Equatorial) —coiUtiiiied. 

from Uganda (Africa, No. 9, Re- 
port), XIV. 680 1 
Mes grands ohasses dans I'Afrique 

centrale: E. Foa, IX. 463 f; X. 

177 § 
On the threshold of C. Africa: F. 

Coillard, XI. 199 f ; XII. 300 § 
Ramsay, Capt. : explorations, XL 299 
Reise quer durch Central-Afrika : 

Graf G. A. von Gotzen, V. 606 f 
Through jungle and desert : Chanler, 

VIII. 479 § 
To the Mountains of the Moon : J. E. 

S. Moore, XVIIL 231 1 
Traversde de I'Afrique centrale: 

Comte G. A. von Gotzen, VII. 331 1 
Travers^e de I'Afrique du Zamb^ze 

an Congo fran^is : E. Foa, XVIIL 

302 § 
Travers^e de I'Afrique equatoriale : 

E. Foa, XII. 209 t 
Versepuy, M., and Baron de Roman : 

Across Africa from E. to W., VIII. 

516 
Victoria Nyanza to Tanganyika : O. 

Baumann, I. 228 * 
Ving^-deuxi^me travers^e de I'Afrique 

centrale : A. J. Wauters, XIV. 226 f 
Vorlauflge Skizze des Reiseweges 

des Lt. Graf von Gotzen quer durch 

Central Afrika, V. 509 1. 
"White woman in C. Africa, A : H. 

(^addiok, XV. 296 1 
Zambezi to Congo month : Capt. 

Lemaire, XVL 684 
Fauna, flora, physical geog. — 
Geological notes from Tanganyika 

northwards: M. Fergusson, XIX. 

232 1 
Coupe de I'Afrique i^uatoriale du 

sud-est au nord-ouest : E. Foa, 

XVL 579 1 
Marshes, fauna of, V. 210 
Mountain Flora of Tropical Africa : 

A. Engler, I. 376 1 
Naturalist in Mid-Africa, A : G. F. 

Scott-Elliot, VIL 331 f 
Volcanic district, XVII. 1 1 
Lake region— 
Bambous aux grands lacs de I'Afrique 

centrale : Ch. RiviJire VIII. 530 f 
Changes of level of lakes : see Africa, 

General 
Grands Tacs africains et le Manyema : 

C. Hecq, XX. 355 f ; Molluscs of 

Great African lakes: J. E. H. 

Moore, XX. 245 t; origin, V. 112, 

122 
Nyasa and Tanganyika districts, 

physiographical features: J. E. S. 

Moore, X. 289 ♦ 
Region des grands lacs, XL 197 f 
Scientific expedition, XIII. 69 
Maps, Surveys — 
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ATBIGA, CEHT&AL 

AMca, Central (Sqnstorial)— eon<tnii«(i. 
lU. 442 1; VIL 342 1: Carte des 
MisBionB Catholiques du Centre 
afrioain : P. Vuillot, XVIII. 456 f ; 
Hydrographie du Congo et de 
rOubangbi, etc: H. Cliastrey, 
XVIIL list; Nile-Congo water- 
shed, Cnreau'B Burveys, XIII. 69; 
Philip, G. : Mission map, I. 189t; 

F. C. SolouB* routes, I. 324; F. 
Stublmanu: survey map, I. 94 f; 
Btuhlmann's Aufnahmeu im Gebiet 
des Albert- und Albert-Edward- 
Sees, wahrend der Emin Pascha- 
Expedition : M. Moisol, XIX. 536 f, 
771 t; Valle'e dii Nil, Lac Tchad, 
etc. : Prompt, XIIL 574 f 

I'usitions geographiques determinees 
. . . au oours de la Mission Mar- 
chand: A. H. Dye', XIX. 505 §, 

655 1 
Railways — 

Belgischeu Eisenbahn-Projekte am 
olx^ren Kongo und die deutsch-ost- 
afrikanische Swnbahn : E. Vohsen, 
XIX. 232 1 ; Chemins de fer oon- 
golais et de I'Afrique ceutrale : P. 
lk)nrdarie, XIII. 560 f ; Nouveaux 
ehcrains de fer africains : E. 
Grueclaudo, XIII. 679 1 ; Tropische 
Afrika und seine Eisenbahnen, XX. 
245 t 
Trade, etc. — 

Commercial Resources of Tropical 
Africa : E. Heawood, XVII. 212 f 

Iron workings, X. 156 

New British markets, III. Tropical 
Africa : F. D. Lugard, VII. 113 1 

Travel and trade routes in N.E. 
Rhodesia, etc., XIX. 598 
Afriea, East — 

Erkliirung einiger ostafrikanischer 
Ortsnamen : C. Velten, XVI. 

488 t 
Geographlscho Angabcn aus Ost- 

afrika : H. Johannes, XII. 325 t 
Historical (teography of British 

Colonics, S. and E. Africa: C. P. 

Lucas, IX. 461 t; X. 176 § 
History of Arab Insurrection: R. 

Schmidt, L 183 f 
Karte der Gobiete von Deutsch- und 

Britisch-Ost- Afrika : G. A. Fischer, 

V. 287 t 
Ost- und Siid-Afrika : M. Schanz, 

XIX. 527 1 
Photographs : J. Benett-Stanford, 

VL 800; E. J. Mardon, XVI. 

140; G. Scliweinfurth, X. 348; 

G. F. Soott-EUiot, IV. 192 
Coast and islands — 

Africa Pilot : A. de Horsey, XI. 570 1 ; 
Cable interruptions, X. 274; Cote 
orientale d'Afrique: F. Benoit, X. 
649 1; O. Baumann's Survey of 
Islands, IX. 664 ; Ostafrikanischen 



APBIGA, BAST 

Afriea, Bait — covUinued. 

Inseln: C. Keller, XIL 541 f ; 

XIIL 416 § ; lies de la Cote orien- 
tale d*Afrique: H. Mager, XII. 

209 1; Souvenirs de la cote 

d'Afrique : Baron E. de Mandat- 

Grancey, L 182 f 
Exploration — 
Austin, H. H. : Among Swamps and 

Giants, XX. 559 1, 642 § ; Journey 

from Omdurman to Mombasa, XIX. 

669* 
Baumann, O. ; I. 228 ; Dnrch Masai- 
land zur Nilquelle, IV. 87 f, 246 § 
Bent, J .T. ; Ergebnissc der . . . Reise 

in Ostafrika : A. Dillmann, IV. 282 1 
Bottego; Seoonda spedizione: see 

Africa, North-East 
Cavendish: Expedition, XI. 372*; 

Reise durch Oistafrika, XII. 325 f 
Chanler, W. A.: Expedition, I. 269; 

533 1: IL »>7; 534*; Map: L. 

R. von Hohnol, IL 191 1, 285 f; 

Through Jungle and Desert, VIII. 

310 1, 479 § 
Crosbv, O. T. : Zoila to Khartum, 

XVm.46» 
Davis, R. : An American in E. 

Africa, I. 566 f 
Donaldson Smith, A. : Expedition to 

Lake Rudolf, VIIL 120*, 221*; 

Ditto between Lake Rudolf and the 

Nile, XVI. 600 • ; Spedizione : L. 

Vannutelli, XVII. 677 1; «ec also 

Somaliland 
Fischer, G. A. : Am Ostufer dea 

Victoria Nyanza, V. 384 §, 606 f 
Gotzen, Count : see Africa, Central 
Gregory, J. W. : Expedition, I. 456 
Harrison, J. J. : Zeila to L. Rudolf, 

XVIIL 258 • 
Inkey, L. : Notes of Journey, III. 

438 1 

Italian discoveries, X. 439 

Kaiser, A. : journey, X. .540 

Keane, H. J. : An E. African Water- 
way, V. 606 1 

Kolb, G. : Mombasa durch Ukam- 
bani zum Kenia, IX. 91 §, 105 f 

Macdonald, Col. J. R. L. : Journey, 
XIL 521; XIV. 129», 680t 

Meyer, H. : see under Kilimanjaro 

Neumann, A. H. : Elephant Hunting, 
XL 453 1, XIL 303 § 

Neumann, O. : joumevs, V. 79, 884 ; 
VL 274 ♦ ; Bericht iioer seine Reiseu 
in Ost-undCentral-Afrika, VL 296 f 

Schilderungen der Suaheli von Ex- 
peditionen von Wissmanns, Bu- 
millers, Graf von Gotzens, und 
Anderer : C. Velten, XIX. 398 f 

Schoeller, M. : IX. 664; XIL 413 f ; 
Ergebnissc seiner (meiner) Expedi- 
tion nach iEquatorial-Ost- Afrika 
und Uganda, XIL 434 1, 631 f; 
Mitteilungcn fiber, XIX. 398 1 



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AFBICA, XA8T 
AMea, ^BMt—c(mtinued. 

Soott-Elliot, G. P., Expedition, II. 
366; VL301* 

Sheldon, M. F. : Adventures among 
Maaai and other tribes, I. 566 f 

Wickenbnrg, Graf; Joumcvs, XIX. 
216; XX. 338; Reise des, XX. 
245 + ; Waademngen in Ost-Afrika, 
XIII. 680 1 ; »pe Africa, Br. East 
Physioal, Biological, etc. — 

Biological zones, IV. 510; Climatic 
conditions, XYI. 611 ; Coffee-para- 
site, VI. 284; Diagrammatic sec- 
tion, IV. 297 ; Geological zones, IV. 
293; German Pendulum Expedi- 
tion, XVI. 352 ; Rift-valley sys- 
tems, XIX. 689 

Great Rift Valley; J. W. Gregory, 
VIII. 478 § 

Heutige und einstige Vergletschorung 
im tropischen Ost-Afrika : H. 
Meyer, XIX. 399 1 

Lebende und jungfossile Korallen- 
riffe in Ost-Afrika: E. Werth, 
XIX. 527 1 

Meteorological, etc.. results of H. 
Meyer's ezpedition, 1889; E. 
Wagner, II. 186 f 

Neue Astronomische Bestimmungen 
des Herren Dr. Stuhlmann in Ost- 
afrika, VI. 488 1 

Pctrographische Ausbeute der Schol- 
ler'scfaen Expedition in Aequa- 
torial-Ost-Afrika : E. Kunzli, XlX. 

282 1 
Pflanzenwelt Ost-Afrikas und der 
Nachbargebiete ; A. Engler, VIII. 

417 t 

Physical Geography : J. W. Gregory, 
IV. 289 •, 408 *, 505 ♦ 

Plants of E. Africa, V. 79 
Political— 

Anglo-German Boundary, Proceed- 
ings of British Commission, 1892 : 
C. S. Smith, IV. 424*; between 
Nyasa and Tanganyika, XIII. 304, 
577, 590 

Anglo-Portuguese Delimitation Com- 
mission, I. 152*; S. Grant, U. 

186 1 
E. and W. Africa in Parliament : Sir 

F. D. Lugard, III. 531 1 
German-Portuguese Boundary, IX. 

664; X. 637; Deutsch-portuge- 

sische Grcnzgebict am Rovuma: 

F. Stuhlmann, XL 198 1 
Oesterreichisch-ungarische Interessen 

in Ostafrika : Baumann, V. 606 f 
Portugieseuzeit von dcutsoh- und 

englisch-Ostafrika ; J. Strandcs, 

XV. 438 1; XVL353§ 
Railways, Transport — 

Ochsenwagen in Ostafrika : Graf von 

Pfeil,VIL213t 
Scbirehochlandbahn und die Afrikan- 
isohen Seengebiete, XIX. 527 f •' 



A7BICA, B0BTE-SA8T 

Afriea, East — continued. 

Survey from Beira to Manica : 
J. R. Baptista, III. 161 1 
Ueber Verkehrsmittel in Ostafrika: 
K. Lent, V. 181 f, 381 § 
Africa, Horth— 
Autruche dans TAfrique du Nord, VIII. 

6.73 1 
Etude de G^graphie humaine: J. 

Brnnhes, XX. 675 f 
Exploration — Duveyricr, H. : Itinerary 

from Telems&n to Melfla (Map), II. 

479 ; Robinson, C. H. ; journey, II. 

453; journey from the Senegal to 

Tripoli : Comm. Monteil ; $ee Africa, 

French W. 
Franzosisohe Kolonialreioh in Nord- 

Afrika und die transsaharischo Ei- 

senbahn : Oberlcutnant Kurchhoif, 

XVU. 211t 
Hadjrat Mektoubat ou les Pierres 

Writes : G. B. M. Flamand, XX. 124 f 
Hautcs-Plaines ct Steppes de la Ber- 

b^rie : A. Bernard, XII. 98 t 
Map of Marocco, Algeria, etc. : Stan- 
ford, XVI. 378 1 
Moslem Confraternities : W. B. Harris, 

XIX. 108 1 
Nei paesi de Islam : G. Rossi, X. 656 f 
N. Africa: A. H. Keane (Stanford's 

Compendium of Geography and 

Travel), V. 607 f, 275 § 
Revue bibliographique ... do TAfrique 

septentrionale : A. Bernard, XII. 

826t; XV.82t 
Roman Africa, (>utline of History of 
Roman Occupation of N. Africa : A. 

Graham, XX. 126 1 
Senussi and his . . . holy war: T. R. 

Threlfall, XVI. 124 f 
Spanish Influence ou N. coast of Africa : 

D. R. Pezzi, III. 347 f 
Africa, Korth-Baat~ 

Ethnograpbie Nordost-Afrikas : P. 

Paulitsclike, VIIL 418 f ; H. 380 f 
Fumagalli*s Bibliographv, I. 183 t 
Landwirtschaftlichen Zust&nde im 

afrikanischon Osthoru: C. Keller, 

XIX. 657 t 
Mammals obtained by Donaldson 

Smith ; O. Thomas, XVIII. 330 
Photographs : L. Naretti and G. P. 

Devey, XVIII. 4(>4 
Exploration — 
Bonchamps, C. de : M0 Abyssinia 
B6ttego : Seconda Spedizione, etc. : 

E. Millosevich, VIIL 5:^1 f; L. 

Vannutelli e C. Citemi, XII. 633 1 ; 

XIV. 117 1; XV. 50 §; XVIIL 

233 1 ; Studio geologioo : G. de A. 

d'Ossat e F. Millosevich, XVIIL 

551 1 
Donaldson Smith : »ee Africa, East 
Erlanger and Neumann : Expedition, 

XV1L190, 528; XVIIL 214; XIX. 

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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



AFRICA, V0BTH-SA8T 

Africa, Horth-East — eoniinu^, 

XVI. 581 1 : XVII. 677 1 ; Spedi- 
zione ... in Abiasinia, XX. 354 f 

Koettlitz, R.: Journey throufir^ So- 
maliland and S. Abyssinia, etc., 

XVII. G77 t 

Neumann, O. : Somali Coast to Sudan, 

XX 373 • 
Villiere, 6. H. : expedition, I. 71, 167 
Africa. ITortli-Wect—Doouments pour 
servir k T^tude dn Nord-Ouest Afrioain : 
A. Bernard, X. 552 f 
Africa, South — 

A equatorial- nnd Stid-Afrika nach 
oiner Darstellung von 1719: C. 

Peters, Vn. 202, 214 1 
Africa Pilot : A. de Horsey, XI. .570 f 
Agriculture: R. Wallace, XVIII. 

not 

Ancient colonizations, XIII. 381 ; tee 

Maslionaland, Rhodesia 
Argus Annual and S. African Gazet- 
teer, VII. ,564 1 
Beginning of 8. African History: 

G. M. Theal, XX. 126t 
Big game of S. Africa, VII. 332 f 
Commercial history, II. 41 
Extermination of great game : H. A. 

Bryden, V. 90 f 
Frere, Sir B. ; work in, V. 461 
Geographisches iiber den Kriegs- 

schauplatz in SQdafrika: Dove, 

XVL 251 t 
Historical Geography of British 

Colonies, S. and E. Africa: C. P. 

Lucas, IX. 461 1; X. 176§ 
Impressions : J. Bryce, XI. 94 f ; XII. 

300 §; XV. 194 1 
Influence of Geographical Conditions 

on Military ()perations in : W. A. 

Simpson, XVL 370 f 
Irrigation : W. Willcooks, XX. 559 f 
L*Afriquo australe;: E. Reclus, 

XVin. 331 1 
Land und Leute zwischcn Zambesi 

und Limpopo : MuUer, VIII. 31 1 f 
Letters : Times Correspondent, I. 

377 1 
On the South African Frontier: W. 

H. Brown, XIV. 582 f 
** Ophir," Das wiederentdeckte Gold- 
land : Schiller-Tietz, XVII. 212 1 
Ophir and Punt in : K. Peters, XIX. 

773 1 
Orange Free State, Transvaal, etc. : 

Wood and Ortlepp, XV. 560 f 
Ost- und Sud-Afrika : M. Sehanz, 

XIX. 527 1 
"Post Office" Stone in S. African 

Museum : W. L. SclatcT, XIX. 

773 1 
Renascence of S. Africa : A. R. Col- 

quhoun, XVI. 700 f 
Rinderpest in ilirer geographischen 

Bedeutung : T. A. Sonnewald, IX. 

341 1 



AFBICA, SOUTH 

Africa, South— ooftitntced 

8. Africa : A. H. Keane (Stanford's 
Compendium of Geography and 
Travel), VIL list, 276 § 

: G. M'C. Theal, XV. 440 f 

: A. Wilmot, IX. 325$ 

and India: Sir L. Griffin, 

XX. 366 1 

of to-day: F. Younghus- 



band,XIL211t,300§ 

-, The New: W. Blelooh, 



XVIIL 330 1 
S. African Reconstruction : R Dicey, 

XVI. 370 t 
Story of S. Africa : W. B. Worsfold, 

XI. 670 1 
Study in Colonial Administration, 

etc. : W. B. Worsfold, IX. 462 f 
Transvaal and S. Africa : (.'otgreave, 

XVI. 125 t 

Bibliography, XIV. .563 : XV. 440 f ; H. 

S. HoUway, XIV. 388 1 
Climate — 

Climate of S. Africa : A. J. Herbert- 
son, XVL 370 t 
Rainfall : A. Buchan, XL 570 f 
Orography and Climatic conditions: 

H. C. Schunko, IV. 283 f 
S. African Climate : W. C. Soholtz, 

XV. 440 1 
Colonization and History — 
African wastes reclaimed : R. Young, 

XIX. 771 1 
Boer and Uitlander: W. F. Regan, 
VIII. 190 1 : BoerenfreistaaUm 
Siidafrikas : A. Schenck, IX. 239 f ; 
Boers and Uitlanders: Y. Guyot, 
XVL 251 1: Boers et leur e'tat 
social: J. Leclercq, XVI. 700 f; 
Boer States and People: A. H. 
Keano, XV. 666 1; Concerning 
South African Settlers : A. White, 

XVII. 448 1; Die EnUtehung der 
stidafrikanisclien Freiataaten : G. 
Fritsch, XV. 5.52 1; L'Afrique 
australe et la colonization n^er- 
landaise: Iveus, VII. 215 f; Les 
premiers Boers : £. Foumier de 
Flaix, XVL 125 t 

British and Dutch in S. Africa : H. 

A. Bryden, XIV. 682 f 
Fate of S. Africa: F. R. Harris, 

VII. 443 1 
First British Settlers : Dr. Wirgman, 

XIX. 108 1 
Politische Kinteilung Siidafrikas : A. 

Supan, VIIL 93 t 
Portuguese in S. Africa : G. M. Theal, 

Vin. 418t; IX. 324 S 
Prise de possession de TAfriqne 

australe : L. de liaunay, IX. 577 1 
Study in Colonial Administration: 

W. B. Worsfold, VII. 215 f 
Exploration— 
A trayers TAfriquo australe: J. 

Leclercq, V. 607 f ; XV. 552 f 



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AFBIGA, BOVTH 

Africa, South— eonitimed. 

Century of Exploration in : G. Laoy, 

XIX. 772 1 

Coillard : fee Africa, Central 

En Afriqne anstrale et It Madagascar : 

H. Gindre, X. 552 f 
avec la Mission Coillard : 

A. Bertrand, XV. 666 f 
Gibbons: tee Africa, Central, and 

Maiotscland 
Guide : A. 8. Brown, XV. 440 1 
Gun and Camera in : H. A. Brydcn, 

IL 90t 
Incidents of a Hunter's Life in: F. 

C. Selous, IL 279t 

In Haunts of Wild Game: F. V. 
Kirby, VIL 332 f 

New AfHca, The : A. Schultz and A. 
Hammar, X. 175 $, 229 f 

Notes of Journey : J. B. Don, II. 474 1 

Passargc, 8. : Durch die Karroo nach 
Kimberlcy, XVL 251 f; Expedi- 
tions, X. 212; XL 181, 815; XIIL 
661; XIV. 310 •; Ueber seine 
Ucisen in Bud-Afrika, XIU. 681 f 

Through 8. Africa: H. M. 8tanlcy, 
Xn. 210 t 

TwelTC hundred miles in a waggon : 
Alice Balfour, VII. 332 t 

Two thousand miles through : W. T. 
McCormick, XVL 581 f 

Visit to : C. B. Levita, X. 552 f 
Geology, etc. — 

Coal Measures at Verceniging, Trans- 
vaal, etc. : E. J. Dunn, XVL 370 f 

Diamonds and Gold : T. Reunert, III. 
72 1 ; F. J. Ricarde-Seaver, V. 182 f 

Former Tee Age, XVII. 555 1 ; Great 
Glacial Moraine of Permian Age : 
T. R. Jones, XIIL 680 f; Glacial 
Phenomena : A. Schenck, VIII. 93 f 

Geological Reports: A. J. Hcrbertson, 

XX. 630 * ; resemblances between 
S. Africa and India, IIL 173 

3Iaps and surveys — 

Bartholomew, J. G. : Atlas for B. 
African Schools, XIIL 224 f ; XX. 
254 1; 0. and S. Africa, XIIL 
223 1 ; Tourist map, XL 463 f 

Bower, T. B. : S. Transvaal and N. 
Orange River Colony, XVL 709 f 

Castle Line Athis, V. 287 f : XL 210 f 

DaUy Mail Map of Boer Republics, 
XIV. 694 1 

"Diagram" hand-maps: Orographi- 
cal 8. Africa, XIIL 691 1 

Fttvro, C. : Th^tre de la Guerre sud- 
africaine, XIX. 536t 

Hausermann, R. : Missions Catho- 
liques du Sud Africain, XX. 369 t 

Johnston, W. & A. K., VIIL 199 1 ; 
XVIII. 653 t ; XIX. 536 f ; Mili- 
tary Operations, XV. 450 t 

Juta : Cape to Zambesi, XX. 134 f 

Moisel : Missions Catholiques du liiJud 
Africain, XX. 134 f 



AFBIOA, BOVTH-SAST 

Aftiea, Boutli — ooniinued, 

Philip, G. : Map including Cape 

Colony, etc., IL 479 1 
Selous, F. C., Routes of, I. 324 
Htrubcn, F. : Geological sketch-map 

of Africa 8. of the Zambesi, VIIL 

Surveys, Geodetic, etc., X. 441 ; XIV. 
667 ; XVL 474, 488 1 ; XIX. JM) ; 
XX. 453; Report: Sir D. Gill, 
VIIL 531 1 ; Report on rediscussion 
of Bailey's and Fourcadc's Surveys : 
Sir D. Gill, XX. 357 f 
Natives — 
Indigenes de TAfrique du Sud, Los 

Vaalpens : Y. Guyot, XIX. 772 1 
Industries of Kaffirs: H. P. N. 

Muller, IIL 72 f 
Native Question : Hon. L. Zietsman, 

XIX. 108 1 
Native Races: A. P. Hillier, XIIL 

563 t 
Natives, their Economic and Social 

Condition, XVIII. 331 f 
Question of Native Races : J. 3Iac. 

donell, XVIL 677 
Volkerbewogungen : K. Barthel, IV. 
190 t; VL4(J8§ 
Photographs, XL 212 ; E. Holub, VIL 
124 ; Scenes of Battles, Moddor 
River, etc. : E. H. V. Melville, XVIL 
332 
Railways, X. 328 : Railway System of: 
Hon. Sir D. Tcnnant, XL 199 f 
Africa, Bontk — British — 
Br. S. Africa : G. S. Fort, VIIL 310 f 

and Transvaal: F. F. 

Hilder, XV. 665 t 

Company, V. 282 f; Re- 



pori», etc., XIL 97 1, 211 f; XIV. 

338 1; XV. 296t; XVL 487 f 
England*s advance north of Orange 

river : M. de Villiers, IX. .577 t 
Illustrated Official Handbook : J. Noble, 

II. 564 1 
Maps — Philip : library map, XVII. 

686 1 ; Stanford, IV. 286 t 
Progress, XV. 535 
Rubber industry : P. L. Gell, XVII. 

322 1 
Afriea, South-Sast (tee aUio Zambezi)^ 
AuBwandening nach Stidostafrika : E. 

Mager, VIIL 311 
Geographical results of Anglo-Poitu- 

guese Delimitation Commission, II. 

505* 
Invasion des Zoulous dans le Snd-Est 

Africain : A. Grandjean, XIL 633 f ; 

XIV. 228 t 
Neues iiber Karl Mauchs Forschungen 

in Stidostafrika: H. G. Schlichter, 

VIIL 311 1; X.552t 
Photographs : F. J. Wootton Isaacson, 

IX. 472 ; J. J. Leverson, IIL 168 
Travel and Adventure in : F. C. Selous, 

II. 474 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO V0L6. I.— XX. 



AFRICA, SOTTTH-WEBT. 

Afriea, South- Wait— 
Bcitrago zur Geographic : K. Dove, III. 

439 1 ; IV. 271 § 
English and German : Count Pfeil, II. 

29* 
lakttagelser under en resa i sydvastra 

Afrika : P. MoUer, XII. 211 f 

Maps: Langhans' Colonial Atlas, IX. 

62 §; Count PfeiFs Journeys, III. 259 1 

Nama und Damara, Deutsch-Siid-West- 

Afrika : H. von Fran9oi8, VIII. 311 1, 

480 § 

Keison in Siidwest Afrika : B. E. von 

Uechtritz, V. 607 1 
Resa i Afrika genom Angola . . . och 

Damaraland : P. Holier, XV. 194 f 
Sand-dunes and winds on coast, H. C. 

Wilmer, IV. 283 1 ; V. 385 
Siidwestafrikanischen Guanoiuseln : S. 

Passarge, XII. 631 f 
Winds and sand-dunes on coast, V. 385 
Africa, West — 

Faunal Subregion, VII. 290 ♦ 
Gold mines : J. Irvine, XIII. 563 f ; 
Gold-producing region : S. J. 
Speak, XIX. 658 f, 773 f 
L'elevago des autrachcs dans PA- 

frique oocidentale, XX. 127 1 
Money — Afrikanisches Steingeld : H. 

Schurtz, XIX. 773 f 
Niger and Yoruba notes: C. F. 

Harford-Battersby, XII. 98 1 
Slave Trade in W. African Hinter- 
land: C. H. Robinson, XII. 211 f 
Sub-oceanic River Valleys of W. 
African Continent and Mediter- 
ranean Basin : £. Hull, XVII. 555 f 
W. African Manual : Wallach, XVII. 

552 1 
Studies : M. H. Kingsley, 

XIII. 420 §, 504 1 ; XVIII. 233 1 
Climate, XIX. 108 t ; region of maxi- 
mum rainfall, XV. 420 

Coast — 
Cable fractures, XIV. 401 ; discoveries, 
early, V. 223; ditto, Portuguese, 

XIV. 665 ; Sailing directions, XV. 
666 t ; XVIII. 641 1 

Bestimmung der Intcnsitat der 
Schwerkraft auf zwanzig Stationen 
an der westafrlkanischen Kiisto : 
M. Loesdi, XX. 669 1 

Zur Kiistenkundc Westafrikas : Kut- 
tcr, XVIII. lilt 
Exploration^ 

Arnot, F. S. : Four Years' Further 
Work in Bihe and (iareuganze, I. 

467 1 
Beliagle, F. de ; Mission : P. Bourdarie, 

XII. 211 +; Voyage Commercial au 

Bassin du Tchad, VIII. 531 f 
Bingcr, Capt. : Ivory Coast to Sudan, 

I. 163 
Brosselard-Faidherbe, Capt., I. 377 f 
Carter, Sir G. ; Mission, II. 6G 
Diogo Gomes ; As rcla9de8 dc desco- 



A7RICA, WEST 

Afirioa, West — cotUinued. 

brimento de Guin^ e das ilhas dos 
A9ores . . .: G. Poreira, XVIII. 

lilt 
Dybowski, J. : Route from Chad and 

lioango to the Shari, II. 380 1 
Edwards, F. A. : From Kongo to the 

Niger, XII. 99 1 
European colonization of W. Coast of 

Africa, VIII. 490 
Expeditions, XVII. 661 ; French do. : 

$ee Africa, French W. 
Kingsley, Mary H. : Travels in W. 

Africa, IX. 324 §, 341 1 ; Travels on 

W. Coast of Equatorial Africa, VII. 

95§,564t 
Lugard, Sir F. : Journey in W. 

Africa, etc., VII. 114 1 
Lebon, A.: Voyage dans TAfrique 

occidentale : P. Mille, XII. 212 1 
Mizon, L. : Itin^raire de la source de 

la Benoue' au confluent des Kade'i 

et MambeH etc., VII. 214 1 ; 

Itin^raires de Yola h Dingui sur lo 

Mayo-Kebbi, etc., VIII. 417 1 
Payeur-Didelot : Deux ans et demi au 

continent myst^rieux, XIV. 228 1 
Portuguese, JII. 395 ; XIV. 665 
Rogozinski, E. de: Eight Years of 

Exploration, II. 279 1 
Samuel Braun aus Basel der erste 

deutsche wissenschaftliche Afrika- 

reisende : G. Henning, XIX. 773 1 
Schlechter, R. : Westafrikanische 

Kautschuk-Expedition, XVII. 555t 
Trotter, J. K. : Expedition to source 

of Niger, X. 237 », 386 ♦ 
Flora- 
Plants collected by F. Wclwitsch, 

Catalogue: W. P. Hiern, XIX. 

773 1 ; Vegetable Resources : J. R. 

Jackson, XX. 357 1 
Maps and Surveying — 

Chartographic Company : Gold Klines, 

XIX. list 

Contributions to determination of 

geographical positions on the 

coast: C. Sanders, XX. 127t 
Feist : Cote occidentale d'Afriquc, 

XVII. 459 1 
Frobenius, L. : Westafrikanische 

Kulturkreis, XII. 549 1 
Kiepert, R. : Boundaries between 

English and German Territories, 

III. 539 1 
Philip -Gold-fields, XVIII. 347 1 
Stanford: W. Africa, part of, XII. 

109 1 ; British Possessions, V. 61 1 1 
Tribes I. 127 

Chez Ics Fang: Trilles, XIII. 564 1 ; 

Chez les M'Fang : A. Foret, XX. 

126 1 
Glimpses of Native I^aw: J. G. B. 

Stopford, XIX. 400 1 
Ethnologist's Point of View: Mary 

Kingsley, XII. 326 1 



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AfUOA, 

AMea, Weit— «(m<tfitied. 
Sacred stones, XII. 522 
Secret Tribal Societies : H. P. F. 

Marriott, XX. 127 1 
Volksdichte im westlicben Central- 

Afrika: A. Vierkandt, V. 606t; 

VI. 1&3 
Westafrikaniflohe Bantoneger, Seine 

Charakteristik nnd Be£andlang: 

D. Hutter, XIX. 658 f 
Westafrikanische Kultorkreis : L. 

Frobenius, XU. 211 f, (map) 549 1 ; 

XIII. 73§,323t,455t 
Political- 
Boundaries, X. 237; Anglo-French, 

V. 383 ; X. 238 ; £. G. Havenstein 

on, XII. 73; Ajuglo-German, XY. 

73 ; France and Congo Free State, 

IV. 274 ; Franco-German, X. 635 ; 

Franco-Spanish, XVI. 225 
Abkommen zwischen Dentschland 

nnd England, IIL 253 f 
Benne and Anglo-German treaty of 

Not. 15, 1893: E. G. Kayenstein, 

III. 42 ♦ 
British Expansion : L. Darwin, XY. 

83 1 ; Trade : J. W. Root, XIX. 400 1 
Compagnie royale dn Niger : E. Bail- 

laod, XU. 638 1 
Convention de delimitation franco- 

espagnola, XYII. 450 f 
franco - anglaise: 866 

Africa, General and French W. 

franco-espagnole en 



Afriquo : A. Montell, XV IL 450 f 
Delimitation franoo-espagnole en 

Afriqne,XVI. 582t 
K and W. Africa in Parliament : Sir 

F. D. Lugard, IIL 531 1 
England and France in W. Africa: 

H. R. Fox-Bourne, XIL 211 1 ; W. 

Grcswell, XIL 212 1 ; J. Westlake, 

XIL 211 1 
Englisch-franzosischen Streitfragcn 

in Wostafrika: B. Foreter,XlL 21 1 1 
French Possessions, III. 395 
Historical Geography of British 

Colonies, vol. iii., W . Africa : C. P. 

Lucas, V. 181 t 
Rise of Br. W. Africa: C. George, 

XIX. 771 1 
Photographs : Capt. J. I. Lang, I. 96 ; 

IV. 584 ; J. T. F. Halligey, L 384 
Railways — 

Chemins de for dans TAfrique occi- 

dcntale : M. Aspe-Fleurimont, 

XVIIL lilt; On W. Africtm rail- 
ways : F. Shelford, XX. 357 1 
Africa, British C— 
Br. C. Africa : Sir H. H. Johnston, IV. 
189t; V. 193*:X. 339t, 410§; Do.: 
A. Sharpe, XVI. 475 
Exploration: Foa, X. 212; XIL 314, 
315 ; J. Gibbs, IX. 664 ; Domira bay 
to Fife : C. Mackinnon, XIX. 603 ♦ ; 
Fort Jameson to Kafue river : C. P. 



A7BICA, BBmSH E. 

AMea, British 0. — o&nHnued. 

Chesnaye, XVII. 42 ♦; XVIIL 
108 1 ; Do. to Tanganyika plateau : 
R. Codrington, XV. 227 * ; Shire to 
L. Mweru : A. Sharpe, I. 524 ♦ ; To 
Lake Bangweolo, etc. : J. Thomson, 
I. 97 ♦ ; W. of Nyasa: R. Money and 
K. Smith, X. 146 
Game-preserve in, XIV. 211 
General progress, II. 551 ; V. 272 
Geography and resources of Br. C. 

Africa : A. Sharpe, VU. 366 ♦ 
Maps : Note on map of Shire High- 
lands : A. Sharpe, XI IL 59 ; Ori<4nal- 
karte der Beisen der "Weissen Vater" 
in Lobemba und Lobisa : U. Maitro 
und P. Langhans, XX. 567 f ; War 
Office Map, XX. 133 1 
Natural history, V. 217 
Photographs: P. Weatherley, XIL 112; 

XIX. 119 
Pr^is of Information: C. B. Vyvyan, 

XVIIL 327 1 
Railway schemes: S. H. F. Capenny, 

XVIIL 550 1 
Trade, etc. — 
Commercial possibilities : P. Robert- 
son, XV. 664 1; prospects: G. F. 

Soott-EUiot, VII. 678 1 
Postal Guide, XIII. 679 1 
Reports: Foreign Office (Sir H. 

Johnston, A. Sharpe, etc.), VI. 474 § ; 

VIII. 530 1 ; X. 441 ; XIL 97 1 ; 

XIII. 321 1; XIV. 680 1; XVIL 

321 1 ; XIX. 526 1 ; XX. 557 f 
Trade and Colonization : A. Sharpe, 

XVIL 675 t 
Afriea, British E. : Extent, VIII. 637 ; 
progress, XL 434 

Br. E. Africa or « Ibea " : P. L. M'Dcr- 

mott, II. 564 1 ; VI. 296 f 
Capabilities of E. Ibea : F. Parry, II. 

186 1 ; Commercial prospects : (t. F. 

Scott-Elliot, VIL 678 1 
Foundation of Br. £. Africa : J. W. 

Gregory, XIX. 526 1 
Handbook : Intelligence Division, 

War Office, IIL 160 t 

: J. B. Purvis, XVI. 487 f 

People, Places, and Prospects : C. W. 

Hobley, IV. 97 ♦ 
Precis of Information concerning Br. 

E. Africa Protectorate and Zan- 
zibar, XVIL 675 t 
Reports: Sir A. Hardinge, etc. XL 

434, 453 1; XIIL 659 §, 679 f ; 

XIX. 526 t 
Rise of our E. African Empire : Sir F. 

D. Lugard, IIL 71 1 
Cartography, Exploration, etc. — 

Ainsworth, J. : Jouniov from Macha- 

kos to Kitwyi, VIL 406 ♦ 
Austin, H. H. : Njemps to Marich, 

Save, and Mumia's, XIV. 307 ♦ 
FitzGerald, W. W. A.: Travels in 

Coastlands, XL 453 f ; XIL 302 § 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



AFBICA, BRITISH' S. | 

Afrios, Britiili S.— 609»<tnuec2. 

Gorges, G. H. : Journey to Victoria 

Nyanza, XVL 78 ♦ 
Jenner : Kismayu to Logh, XIV. 637* 
Macdoiiald, J. R. L. : Soldiering and 

Surveying in Br. E. Africa, IX. 

576 t ; X. 174 § 
Mackinder, H. J. : Journey to summit 

of Mt. Kenya, XV. 453 * 
Pringle, J. W. : With Bailway survey 

to Victoria Nyanza, II. 112 * 
Road to Victoria Nyanza, IX. 89 
Schoeller's journeys, XIL 413 
8mith, G. E. : Road-making and 

Surveying, XIV. 269* 
'Whitehousc : To Victoria Nyanza by 

Uganda railway, XIX. 771 1 
AVickcnburg, Graf, Rciseroutcn: P. 

Paulitschke, XIII. 822 f, (map) 

691 1 
Photographs — 
Mombasa-Victoria Nyanza Survey, II. 
480; Sir G. L. Moleaworth, XIV. 
:{52 
Physical conditions — 
Altitudes, IV. 519; Plateaux, IV. 

517 
Zoology and Botany, IV. 512 
Contributions to Physical (Geography : 
J. W. Gregory, IV. 289 *, 408 •, 
505 ♦; V. 89 1, 282 1: Great Rift 
valley : Id., VIIL 478 § 
ll^Ieteorological Observations, Report : 
E. G. Ravenstein, IV. 470 f 
Railways — 

Mombasa — Victoria lake Railwav : tee 

Uganda 
Prospective Railway Developments: 
C. S. Betton, XX. 354 f 

Trade 

F. O. Reports, XVII. 821 f ; XX. 668 1 

Trade and Administration: E. J. 

Mardon, XVIIL 108 f 

Afriea, Frenoh "W. (eee alto Africa. W. and 

Sudan), IlL 895; VIII. 176; XV. 62 

A Young Colony : M. Monnier, IV. 

282 1 
Boundaries, III. 44; V. 888; VIII. 
201 ; IX. (5«i4 ; XII. 78 ; Convention 
franco-anglaiso du Niger, XII. 
6:^3 t ; XIII. 455 1 ; English-franzo- 
sischo Abkoramen in West-Afrika : 
E. Vohsen. XII. 633 f ; French and 
English in basin of Niger, XI. 95 f ; 
Territoires fran9ais du Niger: E. 
Bnillaud, XVL 488 f; tee alto 
Africa General, and West 
Campagne contro Rabah : Comm. 
Reibell, XVII. 554 1 

1892-3 au Soudan 

fran9ais : Archinard, VII. 832 1 
Carte do I'Afriquo occidentale 
(Service G^o. des Colonies), XX. 

679 t 
Casamance, La: P. A maud-Regis, 

XIV. 681 1 



AFBICA, FBXVCH W. 

AMoa, Freneh W. — tioniinued. 

Chute de TEmpire de Babah, XX. 

125 t, 356 1 
Climat de la Guineo fran9aise: G. 

Paroisse, VIII. 531 f 
Colonies francais, Senegal-Soudan, 

XVII. 91 1 

Developpement ^oonomique de nos 
C!olonies de TAfrique occidentale : 
F. Bohn, XVI. 368 t 

Ecoles au Soudan fran^aises, Religion 
musulmane, XI. 93 f 

France and penetration of C. Sudan, 

XVIII. 640 1 

— au Soudan : N. Noll, XII. 434 1 

dans la bouclc du Niger : 

Voulet, XIV. 227 f 

recule'e au Niger: G. De- 



manche, VII. 333 f 
French Niger territory, XIV. 118 f: 
XVI. 477 

on the Niger : F. A. Edwards, 



XIL 99 t 

progress 



in W. Sudan : P. 



Oliver, VlL 214 f 

Sudan, IV. 377 1 

up to date, Jan. 1894 : 



P. Oliver, III. 489 1 
Guindo fran9aise: M. Maclaud, XL 

582 1, 684 § ; XVL 2.50 f ; Do. : 

C. Piquorez, XIIL322t 
ct le Fouta-Djalon : 

M. Noirot, XIX. 899 f; Notice sur 

la Guineo francaiso : M. Famechon, 

XVIL 91 1 
Maps : (4ouvernment Geneml de la 

Cote Occidental, XV. 4.50 f ; Guineo 

et Sudan Fran9ais: Levasseur, VL 

498 1: Haut Niger au Golf de 

(iuine'e: Binger, III. 354 f 
Moyen-Niger francais : Bretonnct, 

XIL 21 It 
On the Coast of Fr. W. Africa : E. 

M. Laumann, IV. 282 f 
Penetration au Soudan : Rancon, II. 

187 1 
Plantations danslo Guinec fran9ai8e : 

G. Paroisse, IX. 106 t 
Railways, VIIL 499 : IX. 827; XIV. 

5(}4 : Chemin do fer de Conakry au 

Niger navigtiblc : Salesscs, XIV. 

118t 
Rap}K)rt8 sur lo 8*' territoire militairc 

df I'Afrique occidentale francaise, 

XX. 125t 
Regime du Niger: H. Busson, V. 

2S3t 

Reorganisation de TAfriquo occiden- 
tale franQaise, XV. 62, 551 t 

Simons, Lcs : J. Leprince, XVI. 250 t 

Soudan francais : M. H. lioriii, XVL 
250 1 ; Do. : G. Vasoo, XIV. 227 1 

et lea campagnes 

contra Samory: J. B. d*Attanoux 
etF. Ix)lie, XL 314t 

Telegraphic System, XV. 419; Lignes 



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iniOA, WBXXOR w. 

AMsa, TronoliW. — cordinued, 

t^egraphiqneB dans rAfrioue oc- 
cidentale fran^aise : L. G. Binger, 

XV. 551 1 

Territoire militaire de Zinder et la 
Convention de 1898: A. Terrier, 
XVIII. 329 1 

TerritolreB fran9al8eB da Niger, lenr 
valenr eoonomiqne : E. Baillaad, 

XVI. 477§,580t 
Exploration: aV. 534; in W. Sudan, 

XIV. 320 
An lac Tchad, Mieslon Gentil : A. 

Montell, XIII. 455 f 
Baillaud, XVI. 227, H^'^ 
Binger, I. 263 
De Conakry an Niger : Saleases, XL 

685t 
Domin, P. : Dans le nord dn Soudan 
francais, XVIII. 282 f ; Du Soudan 
au Maroc et ^ I'Algerie, XVIIL 

640t 
Dubois, XI. 668 
Haequard, Mgr. : Promenade au 

Moe8i,XVnL109t 
HostalnB, E. ; De la Cote d*Iyoire au 

Soudan et la Guinee francaiee, 

XVL 348 §, 368 t 
Ho6tain8-d*01lone, Miaaion, XVL 

700 1 ; XVII. 449 t : 456 t ; Ditto : 

D'OUone, XVIII. 640 1 
Honrst : tee Niger, Exploration 
Joalland, P.: Conqu€te du Kanem, 

XVin, 329 1 ; De Zinder au Tchad : 

Mission Afrique centr.,XVIII. 329 f 
Maclaud : Mission It travers la Guinee 

et la Fouta-Diallon, XIV. 582 f 
Maistre, C. : Mission, III. 161 f 
Mission du Chari et de TAfriqne 

centralo, XVIIL 329 1 
Munteil, P. L. : De TAtlantique k la 

Mediterranee, 11. 279 1 ; De Saint 

Louis k Tripoli, V. 607 f ; VII. 270 § ; 

Meeting of Paris Geographical Soc., 

I. 377 1 ; Positions d^terminees, etc., 

IV. 87 1 
Becent French Expeditions : A. 

Hilliard-Atteridge, XV. 551 f 
Beconnaisdances dans la region des 

lacs de Tombouctou : P. Vuillot, 

XU. 434 1 
Travels in Fr. W. Africa : H. Porch er, 

L84t 

Trente mois au Continent mysterieux : 
M. Payeur-Didelot, XVL 488 f 

Vers le Tchad : P. Prins, XVL 250 f 
Africa, Oennan S. — 

Foreign Office Beports, XVII. 91 f ; 
XVIIL 89 §, 232 t ; (trade of coast 
towns), XVL 368 1; XX. 467 f; 
Frontiers, XL 300; Geographical 
work, XIV. 321; Pendulum Ob- 
servations : see below, Exploration ; 
Transport, XL 69; (steam trans- 
port), IX. 327 ; (first river-steamer), 
XIL 414 ; Tribes, 11. 186 1 



AniOA, OSBXAH E. 

Afiriea, Genaan S. — continued. 

Ancient Buids: K. Perrot*s explora- 
tions, XVL 561 

Cultivated lands of Kilimanjaro, etc. : 
Dr. Brehme, IV. 189 t 

Deutschlands Kolonien, Ost-Afrika: 
B. Schmidt, VL 582 f 

Dcutsoh-Ostaf^ika : F. Wohltmann, 
Xin. 422 §, 562 1 

, Landesaufnahme : 

Maercker,X. 229t 



Mittlem Hoch- 
lander: W. Werther, XIL 210 1, 
542 1 ; XIIL 415 § 

, Pflanzungen: B. 

Fitzner, XL 198 t 

-, Uhehe : J. Graf 



von Pfeil, XL 314 f 
Deutsoh-Ostafrikanische Schutzge- 

biet : K. Peters, VL 488 f 
EinfUhrung der Kommunalvcrwalt- 

ung in Deutsch-Ostafrika : h. 

Bendix, XVIIL 640 1 
Erklarung einiger ostafrikanischer 

Ortsnamen : XVL 488 f ; do. : F. 

MiiUer, XVII. 323 f 
Experiment in Colonization: B. C. 

Witt, XIL 325 1 
Grabenl'ander im N5rdlichen 

Deutsch-Ost-Afrika : E. Kohl- 

schutter, XIX. 528 f 
Kihehe-Worter-Sammlung : P. C. 

Spiss, XVIL 322 t 
Kikami, Sprache der Wakami : C. 

Velten. XVIL 322 1 
Konigsgraber der Wahehe : J. Stier- 

ling, XVL 488 f 
Land und Leute l&ngs der deutsch- 

englischen Grenzezwischen Nyassa 

und Tanganyika: H. Hermann, 

XVII. 554 1 
Magila in Picture, XIX. 399 f 
Meniborg in Deutsch-Ostafrika und 

seine Umgebung: E. Schieritz, 

XX. 558 1 
Notizen iiber Lebensweise . . . des 

Bczirks Bukoba : Hauptm. Bichter, 

XVI. 368 t 
Notizie suU* Africa Orientalo Tedesca: 

G. Pestalozza, XIV. 118 t 
Bechtsvorhaltnisse und Sitten der 

Wadsohagga: M. Merker, XX. 

356t 
Besultate von Langenbestimmungen 

in Deutsch-Ost-Afrika: E. Kohl* 

schutter, XX. 125 f 
Trade of coast towns, XVI. 368 t 
Vegetationsverhaltnisse des Ulugu- 

rugebirges in Dentsch-Ostafrika ; 

A. Engler, XVL 250 f 
Verbindung des Kilimandjarogebiets 

mit der Kuste : K. Lent, V. 182 f 
Verkehrsverhaltnisse : G. A. Kaunen- 

giesser, XIX. 656 f 
Wirthschaftliche Entwickelung ; 

P. Andrt'sen, XVIL 322 f 

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ATBIOA, GSEVAV S. 

Afriaa, Oermaa Z.—eorUinued. 

Zar Geographie Deutsoh-Ostafrikas : 
E. Stromer, XVU. 91 1 
Cartography, surveying — 
General Maps : Baumann, IV. 191 1 ; 
Kiepert, V. 611 1; XIIL 691 1 ; 
XVII. 568 1: Kiepert and Moisel, 
VI. 297 1 ; VII. 450 1 ; LX. 586 f ; 
X. 347, 561; XI. 463 f; Krauss, 
VIL 687 1: Sprigade. XVII. 
221 1 ; Sprigade and Nobiling,XX. 

254 1 
Astronomisohe Ortsbestimmungen, 

XIII. 562 1 ; Do., des Herm Ramsay, 

VI. 488 1 ; XIV. 460 f 
Astrouomiscben und geod&tischen 

Arbeiten zwischen dem Nyassa- 

und Tanganyika-Sec : E. Kobl- 

Bcb Utter, XVII. 429 §, 554 f 
Cartographical Results of Masai Ex- 
pedition: O. Baumann, IV. 189t 
Geographische Positioneii eiuiger 

Punkte, etc., VIII. 535 f 
Geographische Ortsbestimmungen : 

R. H. Schmitt, XVI. 368 f 
Hermanns Aufnahme, XIV. 460 f 
Karte dor Nyassa-Expedition : R. 

Kiepert, V. 95 1 
Kartographisclien und geophysischen 

Arbeiten der Pendel-Expedition 

in Deutscb-Ost-Af rika : E. Kohl- 

schutter, XIX. 639 §, 656 1 
Neue Aufnahme in TJnyumwesi: R. 

Kiepert, XL 198 t 
Originalkarte der Irongi-Expedition : 

W. Werthor, XL 691 1 
Surveys, XII. 79 ; R. H. Schmidt's, 

IX. 562 
Exploration — 
Adams, P.M. : Von Nyassa-See nach 

Upogoro und Donde, XIIL 562 1 
Baumann : tee Africa, East, and 

Cartography, ahoce 
(*apus, Fhre : journey, XII. 413 
Charisius : Reisebericht, XIX. 528 1 
Chesneau, M. : Expedition du Peu- 

dule, XVII. 91 1 
Classe, L. : Du lac Nyanza au lac 

Kivou,XX. 125t 
Dromaux,Durchquerung vonDeutsch- 
Ostafrika : P. Langhans, XIIL 

562 1 
Engelhardt : journey, X. 328 1 
Expedition nach Magalla, etc., XIV. 

583 1 
Gotzen, Graf von : Reiseweg in 

Deutsch-Ostafrika, VIL 4.)0 t 
Grenzreiso des Stationschefs von 

Iringa, XVI IL 329 t 
Kandt, R. : Bericht tiber meine 

Reisen ... in Deutsch-Ostafrika, 

XVL 559 §, 580 1; Bericht aus 

Ruanda, XVIII. 329 t 
Kannenberg : Reise durch die hamit- 

ischen Sprachgebiete urn Kondoa, 

XVI. 808 1 



ATEIOA, OXBHAir 8.W. 

Afriea, Oeznum S. — ixmtinued. 

Lieder, G.: Reise, X. 121 f, 326 §; 

Ubena-Nyassa Exp., V. 182 f 
Meyer, T. : Von Utengule nach 

Kipembabwe, XIX. 233 1 
Pendel - Expedition, Arbeiten : tee 

above. Cartography ; Fortschritte 

der, XV. 178; XVL 250 f, 352, 

368 t 

Prince, Capt. : XV. 282 

Ramsay, Hauptm. ; XL 299 ; XIIL 71 

Scliele, Baron von, IV. 176 

Schilling: X. 327 

Stuhlmann : explorations, I. 183 f ; 
with Father Schynse, I. 84 f; 
Bericht tiber eine Reise im Hinter- 
lande von Bagamoyo, V. 182 f; 
Uebor dieUlugumberge in Deutsch- 
Ostafrika, VIL 214 1, 814 § 

Trotha, V. : journey, IX. 90 

Volkens, G. : Journey to Moschi, IV. 

189 1 
Wautere, A. J. : Voyages en Africa de 

Bruxelles k Kar^ma, XVIII. 640 f 
Werther: X. 327; XIL 189 
Geology—- 
Dr. Dantz's researches, XIV. 446; 

XX. 230; Ergebnisse der geologi- 

schen Expedition des Bergassessors 

Dr. Dantz, XVL 106§, 250 f 
Meteonilogy — 
Mctcon^logisclien Beobachtungen . . . 

Marangu, VII. 563 f 
Resultate . . . meteorologischer Re- 

gistrirapparate : H. Maurcr, XVL 

580 
Photographs: H.Siodel,XVL 250 
Railways— 
Deutsch-oetafrikanische Zcntralbahn : 

W. Oechclhausor, XV. 551 1, 665 f ; 

Fr. Woas, VIII. 652 f ; Eisenbahn- 

projekte : L. Bemhard, X. 229 f 
Africa, German 8.W. — 

Geology and Orography ; A. Schonck 

on, II. 66 ; Planting Experiments, 

XVIII. 90 ; Progress and prospects 

(Hindorf and Dove), V. 485; 

(Leutwein), XIL 414; (Water- 

meyer), XVII. 74 
Besiedelung Dcutsch-Sfidwestafrika : 

E. von Reichenbach, XIV. 227 f 
Buren in Deutsch-Stidwest-Afrika : 

P. langhans, XV. 306 f, XVI. 251 1 
Charakter . . . der Bantu Deutsch- 

Sudwostafrikas : P. H. Brincker, 

XVII. 323 t 
Deutsch-Sfidwestafrika : Rehbock, 

XL 198 1; XIIL 323 1, 421 §; Do. 

im Jahre 1900: G. A. Kanneu- 

giesaer, XVIILllOt 

im Ver- 

gloich zum Ubrigcn Siid-Afrika: 
A. Schenck, XIX. 656 1 

Wissen- 



schaftliche Aufgaben : K. Dove, 
X. 229 1 



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A7BI0A, OSXXAV S.W. 

Afriea, Senum S.W. — continued. 

Eingeborenen Deutsch-Siidwcst-Afri- 

kas : P. H. Brincker, XVI. 488 1 
Etadee Bur lea Colonies allemandes : 

H. Hauaer, XIV. 681 f 
FluBstbaler des Biidwcstlichen GroBs- 

Namalandes : F. GesBert, X. 649 f 
GeographiBche Bezeichnnngen in der 

Namaspraohe : E. Dove, XVII. 

323 1 
Kaoko-Gebiet : Hartmann, IX. 577 f 
Koloniaation, Gescbicbte der : C. yon 

Francois, XV. 551 1 
Krenz- and QnerzUge in Deutsch-Siid- 

west Afrika: K. Dinter, XVIII. 

109 1 

LandTermeflsnngs- nnd Fortsohrelb- 
ungSBjstem der Kapkolonie, und 
aeine modiflzirte Anwendmig in 
Dentscb-Siidwestafrika : H. Gor- 
gens, XVIII. 329 1 

Mit Scbwert nnd Pflug in Dentsob 
SiidweBtafrika : K Scbwabe, XIV. 

337t 
Nama nnd Bamara, Dentocb-Stid- 

West Afrika: H. von Fran9oi«, 

VnL311t,480§ 
Poetverbindungen in DentBcb-SUd- 

weatafrika, XV. 297 1 
VegetationBYerbaltniBse in Swakop- 

mund, XVIII. 329 t 
Wirthscbaftliohen Anssiobten 

Deutscb-SiidweetafrikaB im Ver- 

gleiob mit dem iibrigen Slidafrika, 

XVULllOt 
Wirtflcbaftl icbeErBcblieBfinngDeutscb 

Siidwest-Afrikaa, XIII. 563 t 
Zur Namenkande yon Dentsob-Slid- 

Weatafrika: P. H. Brincker, VII. 

332 t 
Cartograpby, surveying — 
Astronomiscbe Breitenbestimmnngen : 

Oberl. Streitwolf» XX. 125 1 
Ortfibestimmnngen in 

Biidwest-Afrika : Hanpt. von Es- 

torflf, XIV. 227 t 
BeBitsstands-Ejirte yon Deutach-SUd- 

we8t-Afrika,XX. 678t 

Vorlanflgen Earte des Konceaaiona- 
Gebietea : Hartmann, X. 229 f 
Exploration — 

Dove, E. : Reiae Im aiidlioben 
Damaraland, IX. 239 f : Reiaeronte 
zwiacben dem Eboua-Gebirge, etc., 
IX. 247 1 : Von Walfiacbbai nacb 
Otjinbingue, I. 84 1 

Diittmann, E. : Reiaeerinnerungen 
ana dem Nordweaten Deutacb-Stid- 
weat-Afrikaa, XIX. 107 1 

Eggera : Bericbt fiber eine Reiae nacb 
dem Okavangogebiet, XVI. 561 §, 

580 1 
Eaaer, M. : Meine Reiae . . . , IX. 

577 1; X. 212§ 
Fleck, E. : Reiae in die Taancbab- 

achlucbt, XV. 665 f 



AFBIOA, BFANIBH W. 

Afrioft, Oemuui S.W. — eantinued. 

Goaaert, F. : Land zwiacben Inacbab 

und Betbanien, XVI. 250 f 
Hartmann, G. : Ambo-Land . . . , XX. 

356 1 
Pfeil, Count, II. 20 
Volkmann: Reiae von Grootfontein 

nacb dem Okavango, XIX. 656 f 
Watermeyer, J.: Bericbt iiber eine 
Reiae nacb dem Norden dea Scbutz- 
gebietea, XVIII. 91 1 ; Notea on 
Journey in Germ. S.W, Africa, 
XVI. 368 1 
Meteorology — 
Meteorologiacben Beobacbtongen in 

Swakopmund, XVI. 368 f 
Regenmeaanngen in Dentach-Sttd- 

weataf rika, XV. 438 1 
Seewind von Dentacb-Siid weatafrika : 
F. Geaaert, XL 198 t 
Railwaya,XL 181,570 
Babn Swakopmund- Windhuk: Oberat. 
Gerding, XVII. 554 f 
Africa, Portuguese X.— 

Africa oriental portugueza; D. Grove, 

XL 199 1 
Anglo-Portugueae delimitation com- 
miaaion, Geographical reaulta: J. J. 
Leveraon, II. 505 ♦ 
Barue Country : A. J. Arnold, XVIII. 

514 ♦ 
Baaain du Nkomati : A. Grandjean, 

XVL124t,350§ 
Cartograpbie de . . . Louren90 Marques : 

A. Grandjean, XVL 125t 
Country E. of Sabi ; Bishop Enight- 

Bruce, L344* 
Development, IV. 362 
Etudes aur lea colonies portugaises : H. 

Hauser, XVIII. 233 f 
Expedition from Port Amelia to Lake 

Nyassa: Spilabury, XIX. 400 1 
Goungounyane et aon r^gne : Dr. 

Liengme, XIX. 108 t 
Macombe*a Country: C. Peters, XVL 

369 1 
Map : Africa Oriental Portugueza 
(Com. do Cartograpbia, Lisbon), XL 

691 1 
Photographs of Barue Country: A, J. 

Arnold, XVIII. 464 
Portug. Province of Gaza : G. da 

Costa, XVI. 350 § 
Route from Rovnma to Nyasa : Arcbd. 

Maplea, I. 70, with map 
Table mountain in : Churchill, V. 272 
Through Gorongoza and Land of 

the Barue: W. H. Robina, XVIL 

211 1 
Trade of Mozambique and Quillimane, 

XVL 251 1 
Africa, PortufnieBe W. : see Angola, etc, 
Africa, Spanish W. — 

Africa eapaSola. Convenio eapecial 

celebrado entre Espaiia y Francia, 

XVIII. 233 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



iLfBIOA, SPAHI8H W. 

AMm, Spuiiih W.^amtinued. 

£1 Derecho & la ooupacidn de terri- 
torioB en la CoBta occidental de Africa, 
etc. : C. F. Duro, XVIIL 110 f 

Gninea esp^ola, XVIU. 233 1 

Africanns, L. : History and description of 
Africa : R. Brown, VHL 530 f ; Ditto : 
C. Schefer, XIL 483 f. XIIL 559 

Afridi, Tirah, XH. 345, 855 

Aga tribe, AbysBinia, XYIII. 54 

Agadez, Sahara, XVII. 189 

Agamennone, G. : I terremoti nell* isola 
di Laboan, XIII. 213 f ; II terremoto di 
BaUkeeri, XY. 437 f : H terremoto nell' 
iflola di Haiti, XIII. 458 ; BiBmoeoopio 
elettrico a doppio effetto per le Booflse 
BQBSultorie, xVl, 258 1 

AgaBsiB, M. F. : Un Voyage k Borneo, 

Sambas, L 564 1 
Agassiz, A. — 
Antarctic Exploration, III. 28' 
Oroise of Albatrou, XV. 182, 285, 

302 1, 425, 443 1, 649; XVI. 128 f, 

255 t 
Expedition^ the Maldives, XIX. 480 * ; 

XX. 123 1, 243 t 
Gulf Stream, IV. 381 f 
Islands and Coral Reefs of Fiji, XI. 

456 1 
Notes from the Bermudas, IV. 193 f, 

274 
Tertiary elevated Limestone Beefs of 

Fiji, XIL 525 §, 544 1 ; XIII. 199 
Visit to Great Barrier Reef, IX. 109 f 

, A. R. : Commercial relations 

with Chinese Manchuria, IV. 534 * 
Agassiz, Lake, genesis of : J. B. Tyrrell, 
IX. 240 1 ; Glacial Lake : W. U'pham, 
XL 316 t 
Agave Rigida sisalana (ill.), XV. 18 
Age-terms for description of land-surfaces : 

W. M. Davis, XI. 554 
Agherov Dagh, Kurdistan, XVIIL 122 
Agnano, Lago : mineral spring, X. 434 
Ag^iese, Baptista, and American Carto- 
graphy in the sixteenth century: J. 
Winsor, X. 460 f 
Agostini, G. de — 
Bathymetrical Observations in Italian 
Lakes, XIV. 441 ; Bathometrie der 
Italienischen Seen, XIX. 394 f 
Esplorazioni idrografiche nei laghi 
vulcanici della Provincia di Roma, 
XL 449 1 
Lago del Matese, XIV. lilt 
di Canterno, XIL 537 f 



- d'Orta, IX. 677 f 



Agostini, J.: Pnom-Penh (Voyage du 

Cambodge), XIL 324 1 
Agram — 

Untersuchung fiber die Wirkungen des 
Erdbebens ... in : A. Weixler, 
VIII. 646 t 

fiber etwaige in Verbin- 

duDg mit dom Krdbcbeu von Agram 



AZV 

. . . Niveanverandemngen : F. Lehrl, 
VIII. 646 1 
Agricultural Census, The Next: W. E. 
Bear, XV. 662 f 

Depression, Report of Royal 

Commission: W. Smart, XIIL 212 1 

Products of the World, Pro- 



duction and Distribution, I. 472 f 

Returns of Sussex, XV. 353 



Agriculture — 
Demeter uud Baubo : E. Hahn, X II. 104 f 
Evolution de Tagriculture : H. Hitier, 

XIX. 533 1 
In Kent, C. Whitehead on, XV. 531 
Landbauzonen der aussertropischen 

Lander: T. H. Engelbrecht, XIII. 

461 1 : XV. 52 § ; Ditto : A. Hettner, 

XVIIL 647 1 
Production and distribution of principal 

agricultural products of the World, 

I. 472 1 
Reports, Eleventh Census of the Ui^., 

Vni. 312 1 
Ursprungsgebiet und EntstehungsweiBC 

des AckerbaueB : E. Hahn, XIX. 781 1 
Ag^nomio Map of Fert^^ouB-Jouarre : 

note by M. Gatellier, IV. 380 f 
Agronomisoh-Geologische Kaart, Besohou- 

wingen : J. Lori^, VIII. 412 f 
Agro-Komano, Storia fisica dell* : G. de 

A. d'Ossat, VII. 561 f 

Aguilar, J. N. : Estado actuel y porvenir 
del Archipielago Filipino, IV. 86 1 ; V. 
89 1 ; Mindanao, su Historia y Geo- 
grafia, V. 508 f 

, R. : Manu river, Peru, as water- 
way, X. 443 

Aguilora y Delgado, D. A. : Historia de 
la provincia de Ciudad-Real, IX. 234 1 

Aguirre, E. : Notas geologicas sobre la 
Sierra de la Turta, X. 651 1 

Agulhas current, I. 556 

Agurai, Morocco : altitude, IX. 642 

, the town of the Renegades: W. 

B. Harris, XIL 98 1 
Agurzga, Morocco, V. 823 

Ahlenius, K. : Beitrage zur Kenntnis der 
Seenkettenregion in Schwedisch-Lapp- 
land, XVIIL 616§, 634t; Olaus Mag- 
nus' fmmstallning . . . geografl, VII. 
568 t ; Sjoforskningar i Lappland, XX. 
121 1 ; Till kannedomen om Skandi- 
naviens geografi och kartografi, XVL 

694 t 
Ahwaz-Burujird road, Persia, X. 593, 597 
Aidab, Jebel, Egypt, L 414 
Ailio, J. : Ueber Strandbildungen des 

Litorinameeres auf der Insel Mantsiu- 

saari, XV. 547 t 
Ailsa Craig, Natural History of: J. Smith, 

J. B. Paterson, and H. B. Watt, XVIIL 

323 1 
Aimola. Somaliland, VIII. 134 
A in. Geographic du IMpartcment de V: 

J. Corcelle. XVIL 443 f; (J^ographie 

militaire : Id., XU. 624 f ; XIII. 675 f 



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ADT SL-nSHKKAH 

Ain el-Feehkhah, el-Hajar, el-Asbah, and 

Kh. Kumran : £. Masterman, XX. 244 f 
Ainsworth, J. : Description of Ukamba 

Province, XVIL 676 f; Journey from 

Machako's to Kitwyi, VIL 406 1; 

Report on Ukamba, XIX. 216 § 
, W. F.; obituary, IX. 98; 

Sources of Euphrates, VI. 173 ♦ 
Ainu and their Folk-Lore : J. Batcholor, 

XIX. 653 1 ; Economic Plants : J. 

Batchelorand E. Mizabe, IIL 252 1; 

Words as illastrative of Customs, etc. : 

J. Batchelor, X. 455 f 
Air, Sahara — Ghat ct les Tonarcgs do 

I*Air : H. Schirmer, XIIL 93 1, 418 § 
Air : «ee Atmosphere 
Airaghi, C. : I^ Dembelas, VII. 678 f 
Alrd and Purari rivers, Discovery: T. 

F. Bcvan, Xin. 96 1 
Aire river, Yorkshire ; source, X. 535 
Airolo, Italy ; landslip, XIII. 194 
Aisar, Wady al, Arabia, IV. 320; Himya- 

ritic ruins, IV. 325 
Aische-en-Kcfail, Etude de Gebgraphle 

locale : t. Verhelst, VII. 327 1 
Aisen river, Patagonia, XVI. 24, 201 ; 

exploration, X. 329 ; Expedicion Esplo- 

rado del : J. Steffen, X. 651 f ; XL 183 
Ait Atta, tribe, Morocco, V. 329, 333 
Ait Yahia, Morocco, V. 325 
Aitchison, J. E. T. : Biography, XIII. 

461 1 

Aitken, J. : On number of dust particles 
in Atmosphero, VIII. 424 f 

Aitoff, D. : Transcription des noms geo- 
graphiques, IX. 689 1 : letter on Carto- 
graphy of Lake Aral, XX. 110 

Aitton, D. : De Oranje Vrijstaat, XVI. 
370 1 

Aix, Isle of: Carte plan dressee par 
Comuau en 1672: A. Pawlowski, 
XVIII. 454 1 ; XIX. 393 f 

Aix-la-ChapcUe : tee Aachen 

Aiya, V. N. : Census of Travancore, VIL 
330 1 

Aiyah river, Abyssinia, XVIII. 50 

Aja river, Eamerun, XVIII. 215 

Ajidaria, lagoon : §00 Karabugas, Gulf of. 

Ajmer, India, Origin: G. Buhlea, XL 

Silt 
Ajusco ridge, Mexico, VIIL 138, 144 
Akaba, Gulf of, Pola Researches, VIIL 

181, 403 
Akabar, or plateau of Hadramut, IV. 318 
Akabat et Kahza, VII. 524 
Akanyam river, C. Africa : see Kagera 
Akar river, Borneo, I. 196 ; XVI. 42 
Akara tribe, E. Africa, XVI. 618 
Akamania and ^tolia : R. B. Richardson, 

XVin. 225 1 
Ak Ata Bai, Turkoman tribe, X. 571, 575 
Ak-Bilis, river, C. Asia, 11. 401 
Ak-Chai, river, Asia Mi., IX. 41 
Akenyam, river, C. Africa : tee Kagera 
Akerblom, F. : Positions geographiques 

determine . . . pendant Texpedition 



ALAKDS-nrSSLH 

Bue'doise au Gronland, XVIL 214 f; 

XVIII. 237 1 
Akers, C. E. : Argentine, Patagonian and 

Chilian Sketches, 11. 91 1 
Akhdar, Jebel, Oman, VL 110; XVIU. 

465 
Akik. E. Africa ; as future trade-centre, 

VI. 571 
Akikuyu tribe, E. Africa, XX. 24 
Akinflyeff, I. : Alpine Plants of Central 

Caucasus, XII. 186 §, 206 1 ; Desiccation 

of Caucasus, V. 877 1 
Akka tribes and headdress, XV. 500, 512 
Akka-Tagh, Tibet, VII. 460, 462 ; IX. 550 
Akobo river, Sudan, XIX. 385, 671 ; XX. 

892 
Akpara, W. Africa, X. 352 
Aksai (^hin. N. Tibet and : H. P. Doasy, 

XIIL 155* 
Aksu river, or Murghab, C. Asia, 11. 401 ; 

VIIL 47, 50, 98, 262; XUL 442; as 

source of Oxus, Lord Dunmoro on, lU. 

117 ; passes from valley, VIIL 110 
Aksum, Abyssinia : J. T. Bont*s expedi- 
tion, I. 355 
Ak-tugumk, Tibet, IX. 553 
Akuishi-jima, Ijiu-kiu Is., V. 292 
Akuni-kima, Liu-kiu Is., V. 295 
Akurcyri, Iceland, III. 273 
Al Balad, Arabia; ruins, VI. 115, 134 
Al-Battani, Le tabelle geograflche d* : C. 

A. Nallins, XII. 330 f 
Al-Birain, Arabia, VII. 526 
Al Garun, Arabia ; ruins, IV. 327 
Al Gran, Arabia, IV. 326 
Al Had, Arabia, IV. 327 
Al-Eadhr, Arabia, IX. 530 
Al Haijat, Oman, VII. 536 
Al-Huw&rizmt e il suo rifacimento dcUa 

Geografia di Tolomeo: C. A. Nallino, 

VL 398 1; Al-Khuwarizimi et son 

remaniement de la Geographic de 

Ptol^m^ : C. Nallino, VIIL 195 1 
Al-Eais : tee JSaIb 

Al Kaiti, family of Yafi tribe, IV. 322 
Al Katan, palace of Sultan Sallah bin 

Mohamed of Shibam at, IV. 323 
Al Khabt, Arabia, XU. 42 
Al Ma'a, Arabia, XII. 49 
Al Makuba pass, Oman, VII. 531 
Alabama, Internal Improvements : W. E. 

Martin, XX. 358 1 
Aladar, G. : Jean Xantus, VL 397 1 
Alagabiet Hill, C. Africa, IX. 381, 390 
Alagos, Pastuchows Besteigung des: N. 

V. Seidlitz, Vm. 4l2 f 
Alai mts., C. Asia, It. 396 ; XL 241, 664 ; 

summer camps and climate, XL 242 
k TAmou-Daria, De V : F. de Rocoa, 

IX. 238 1 
Alakaloof tribe, Argentina, XV IIL 577 
Alaki, Wadi, Sudan; gold-mines, VIIL 
o346 
Alands-Inseln, Die : A. Weis, VIIL 189 1 ; 

Travels in Aaland Isles: W. Deocko 

IIL 251 t 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



ALAITBO 

Alanso river, Patagonia, XVI. 21 
Alashan desert, China, XV. 417 
Alaska — 

Agriculture : W. H. Evans, Xli. 

99 1 
Alaska : O. J. Klotz, IV. 377 f 

: F. Pasteyns, XIX. 773 f 

and its Glaciers : Lady Grey 

Egerton, I. 377 f 

as it was and is : W. H. Dall, 



VII. 333 1 
Altitudes : H. Gannett, XVIII. 551 f 
Chatbam and Peril Straits and Cook's 

Inlet, Harbours, etc. : H. liodman, 

VIIL 312t; Xn. 99t 
Civil Government : Hon. G. C. Per- 
kins, XH. loot 
Climatic Conditions: A. W. Groely, 

XII. 100 t 
Coast PUot Notes, XVII. 212 f 
Findlay's Sailing Directory: Br. 

Columbia and Alaska: W. K. 

Kettle, XII. 434 f 
General Geography : H. Gannett, 

XVIII. 233 1 
Geographic Dictionary: M. Baker, 

XX. 669 1 
Geographical Notes: W. H. Dall, 

VIIL 190 1 
Glaciers, XII. 558 
, Notes on : O. J. Klotz, XIV. 

523 •, XV. 299 f 
Gletscherbai: G. Greim, X. 122 f 
Ice-cliffs on Kowak-river: J. C. 

Cautwell, IX. 241 f 
Indians of S.E. Alaska, etc. : E. C. 

Semple, XII. 434 f 
L' Alaska : E. Richet, XII. 100 1 
Lynn Canal and Taiyd Inlet: G. 

Davidson, XV. 667 1 
Magnetic ; Declination : 0. A. Schott, 

VI. 489 1 ; X. 230 1 
Minder fra Alaska af ingenir O. F. 

Moe, XVI. 489 f 
Mountain goat. Apparently new 

species of: D. G. Elliott, XVIII. 

233 1 
Mountaineering: J. C. Russell, IX. 

240 1 
Possibilities : C. C. Georgeson, XX- 

127 1 
Reindeer, Introduction of, S. Jackson 

on, XVIL 76 
, Domestic, Annual Report, 

XVI. 701 1 
Report of Governor, XVL 701 1 
Willows of Alaska : F. Coville, XIX. 

lost 

Boundary — 

Commission, II. 553; Exchange of 
Notes, XV. 195 t; Question of, 
XVIL 555; Survey, L 550; (re- 
sults), V. 81, 172 

Alaska-Canada Boundary Dispute : 
T. Hodgins, XX. 559 1 

Alaska-Grenzfrago, XIV. 583 t 



ALASKA 

AMfUr—eotUinued. 

Alaskan Boundary : M. Baker, VIIL 

419 t 

Question: H. Town- 
send, XIV. 682 1 

Survey: T. C. 

Mendenhall, etc., I. 567 t 

Alasko-Canadian Frontier: T. W. 
Balch, XIX. 773 t 

Delimitation do la frontl^re entre 
Alaska et la Colombie britannique : 
M. LauBsedat, V. 182 t 
Cartography and Surveying — 

Geodetic Positions : C. A. Schott, X. 

230 1 

Maps; Cape Nome and adjacent 
Mining Districts : E. Carlson, 
XVIII. 653 1; Gape Nome and 
Golovin Bay: C. Kemp and A. 
Kingsbury, XVIIL 653 1 ; Der 
Kiistendistrikt von Siid-ost Alaska ; 
A. Lindenkohl, V. 190 t ; Explana- 
tion of an Indian map of rivers 
from Chilkaht to Yukon : G. 
Davidson, XVHL 332 f; Maps in 
Library of Congress on Alaska : P. 
Lee PhilUps, XIL 542 1 ; Mining 
District : Cotton and Co., XL 109 t 

Surveys : U.S. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey XV. 440 1, 442; XVIL 
663; U.S. Geological Survey: F. 
C. Schrader, XX. 127 t ; Surveys 
proposed 1902, XX. 106 
Exploration, XVIIL 234 1 ; XIX. 609 ; 
(1898), XVIIL 332 t; American, 
XIII. 305 ; XIV. 322 ; Geological, 
XVIL 431 ; 

Abruzzi, Duke of : Ascent of Mount 
St. Elias: F. de Filippi, XVL 
252 1 ; Spediziono di . . . Duca 
degli Abruzzi al Monte Sant' Elia : 
F. de Filippi, XV. 195 1 ; Spedi- 
ziono del Duca degli Abruzzi all' 
Alaska, XI 201 1 

Bering and Chirikof: voyages on 
Coast, XIX. 756, 774 1 

Brooks, A. H. : Expedition, XX. 543 

Copper River Exploring Expedition, 
W. R. Abercrombie commanding, 
XVIIL 233 1 

Ethnological Results of Point Barrow 
Expedition : J. Murdock, III. 439 1 

Glenn, E. F., and W. R. Abercrombie, 
reports, XVIIL 233 1 

Hallock, C. : Two Hundred Miles up 
the Kuskokwim, XL 570 1 

Harriman Alaska Expedition: Bur- 
roughs, Muir, Grinnell, etc., XX. 
247 t ; H. Gannett, XV. 66, 195 t, 
298; T. Kincaid, XVIIL 234 1 

Herron, J. S. : Explorations for Ail- 
American Overland Route, XX. 
105, 127 1 

Hitchcock, M. E. : Two Women in 
Klondyke, XV. 84 1 

Nordenskiold : Expedition, XL 669 



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▲LUKA 

Reid, H. F. : Report of expedition to 

Muir Glacier, III. 532 1 
Rnssian-American Mining and Ex- 
ploration Company, XYI. 12o f 
Schneider, M. ; Au Cap Nome, XVIII. 

234 1 
Scidmore, E. R., IIL 348 f 
Stanlev-Brown, J. : Hhishaldin as a 

Field for Exploration, XIV. 583 t 
Taylor. C. M. : Touring Alaska and 

the Yellowstone, XIX. 108 f 
Undisoovered Island off N. Coast of 

Alaska: M. Baker, Capt £. P. 

Herendeen, and General A. W. 

Greely, II. 281 1 
Windt. H. de : Through Gold Fields 

of Alaska to Bering Straits, XI. 

685 t ; H. de Windts Keisen an der 

Beringsstrasse, X. 122 f 
3fineral8 — 
Alaska and its Mineral Resources: 

8. F. Emmons, XIL 100 t 
and Klondike: A. Heilprin, 

XIV. 583 1 

et les Minos d'or dn Klon- 



dyke: J. Cambefort, XL 316 f 
Alaskan Goldfiolds, etc. : 8. C. Don- 
ham, XIU. 564 t 
Cape Nome Gold District: F. C. 

8chrader, XV. 440 f 
Coal and Lignite of Alaska : W. H. 

Dall, XL316t 
Goldfields, Reconnaissance of: G. F. 

Becker, XIV. 339 f 
Mineral resources, IX. 667 
Terrains aurif^res dans le Canada ct 
r Alaska : P. Serre, XII. 634 f 
Photographs — 
Alaska and Br. Columbia: W. H. 
Cook, XIX. 538; Alaska and 
Herschcl I.: M. Marsden, XIX. 
788; Robinson mts. : H. T. Burls, 
XIII. 104 
Alatunibi mts., E. Africa, IX. 562 
Albania — description of country and 
people. III. 323 ; IV. 401 
Albania and the Albanians in 1898: 

H. Callan, XIV. 578 1 
Botanische Original-Karte von Mittel- 
albanien nnd Epirus: A. Baldacci, 

X. 323, 346t 
Italia e la qucstione albanese: A. 

Baldacci, XVIU. 228 1 
Itinerari albanesi: A. Baldacci, XI. 

193 t : XVL 574 1 
Pflanzengeogiaphische Karte von Mit- 

tel- Albanien : A. Baldacci, XL 89 f 
Photographs of Albania, Servia, and 

Macedonia: N. Buxton, XV. 308 
Rcisen in Albania: L. Gluck, VIU. 

646t 
Streifziige in Obcr-Albanien : K. Has- 

sert, XI. 308 f, 422 
Wandemngen in Nord- Albanien : E. 

Hassert, XU. 428 f 



ALBAB3UL 

Albany, Settlement: J. B. Firth, XIX. 

106 1 
AUnUroi, Die Missions-Rciso S. M. 

Schiffs : J. von Mauler und W. Kcss- 

lit^, XV. 670 1, XVL 230 
AJhatroBs; expedition in Pacific, XIV. 
215; XV. 182, 285, 425, 649 

Cruise of the : A. Agassiz, XV. 302 f, 

443 1 
Deep Sea exploring expedition of: 

H. M. Smith, XIV. 688 1 
Albe, Abbe : ** Glannrcs " speleologiqncs 

sur lo Causse de Gramat, XI. 564 f 
Albdca, A. L. d* : Au Dahomey, IV. 577 f 
Albert of Monaco, Prince : $ee Monaco, 

Albert Prince of 
Albert Edward Nyanza, Lake, X VIL 1 5, 
19; altitudes, VI. 32v{; mountains to 
west, XIX. 22 ; Sharp's explorations, 
XIV. 662; shrinkage and geysers, 
XVL 175 
Bassin de rancienno mcr inte'ricure 
"Albert Edouard," etc.: A. J. 
Wauters, IX. 576 1 
Mission Versepuy au Inc Albert 
Edouard : B. de Romans, IX. 462 f 
Albert Nyanza, Lake, C. Africa, IX. 369 
370, XVII. 14 ; road from Hoima, XX. 
611 ; Exploration : A. Sharpe, XIV. 6<J2 
Alberta, Climate: R. F. Stupart, IX. 
106 1; Glacial Deposits of South- 
western Alberta : G. M. Dawson, VI. 

488 1 

Alberto, G. : Desoobrimento das Filip- 
pinas pelo navegador Portuguez Fem&o 
de Magalhftes, XIV. 466 f 

Alb<5ff, N. : Flora of Caucasus, XL 427; 
Typical Features of Abkhazian Forests, 
IIL 140 

Alboran: Archduke Ludwig Salvutor, 
XIII. 556 1 

Albrecht, T. : Bericht iiber den Stand dor 
Erforschung der Breiten-variation, XL ~ 
572 1; XVL 256 1; Veranderlichkeit 
der geographischen Brciten, XIX. 406 t 

Albu, J. : Ein Besuch in Bizutun, II. 473 f 

Album gdographiquc : M. Dubois et C. 
Guy, XL 460 1; XIL 331 1; XIV. 236 f 

Albuquerque, A. do, A edade de ; J. J. de 
B. Rebellu, X. 234 ; voyages to coast of 
Oman, X. 615 

Albuquerque, N. Mexico : W. Libbcy's ex- 
pedition, X. 214 

AA)arina or Chiruqui bay, C. America, X. 
72 

Alccster, Adm. Lord, obituary : Sir C. R. 
Markham, V. 497 

Alcock, Sir R. : death, X. 565 ; obituary, 
X. 643 ; on S. Borderlands of Afghan- 
istan, IX. 420; work in Far East (Bio- 
graphy), XL 459 1 ; The Englishman in 
China during Victorian Era, as illus- 
trated in career of Sir R. Alcock: 
A. Michie, XVIL 217 f 

Aldabra Is. — Coccolithen nnd Rhabdo- 
lithen nebst Bemerkungen iiber den 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I— XX. 



ALDXBSOir 

Aufbau und die Entstchung der Alda- 
bra-Inseln: A. Voeltzkow, XX. 466 1, 
541 § ; Die yon Aldabra bekannte Flora 
und Fauna : A. Voeltzkow, XX. 466 1 ; 
Flora : H. Schinz on, XL 70 
Aldereon, E. A. H.: With Mounted In- 
fantry and Mashonaland Field Force, 
XII. 98 1 
Alem-Dagh, Ein Ausflug zum : F. Brann, 

XX 241 1 
Alepjx), Vilayet, Trade Rep., XVIII. 326 f 

and Adana, Trade Rep., XX. 556 1 

Alctsch glacier, Spitzbergen, XII. 146 
Aleutian Is., IV. 251 ; IX. 323 ; Volcanoes, 

J. Stanlev-Brown on, XIV. 567 
Alexander the Great, Sir T. H. Holdich 
on Ronto of, IV. 360, 458 ; Life and 
Exploits of : E. W. Budge, VII. 449 1 ; 
Alexander den Grossen, Die Eroberung 
Asiens durch : U. K5hler, XIL 330 f 
Alexander VI., Pope ; Lines of demarca- 
tion of: S. E. Dawson, XVI. 494 f 
Alexander, W. : Climatology of Antigua, 
XVIII. 553 1 ; of St. Kitts, XVII. 453 1 
Alexander, Cape, Antarctic, VII. 633 

Land, Antarctic, XVII. 179 

Alexander's Haven, position, VI. 261 
Alexandria — About Alexandria: J. P. 
Mahaffy, IX. 577; climate, X. 306; 
Climat d*Alexandrie : E. Franceshi, 
IX. 577 ; Temple du C^sar^um et FEglise 
patriarcale d' Alexandrie : S. B. Kyrillos, 
II. XVI. 249 t 
Alcxandrovskay Sopka and Taganai, 

Altitudes : G. Abels, XII. 94 f 
Alexis, Fr^re : Bilan g^ographique du 

XIX« sifecle, XVIII. 242 f 
Alezcitin, Karia, IX. 43 
Alford, C. F. : Structure of Murchison 
Hills, II. 226 

, C. J. : Explorations for gold in 

Egypt, XVL 557; Report on Ancient 
and Prospective Gold Mining in Egvpt, 
XVI. 367 1 

H. S. L., and W. D. Sword: 



Egyptian Soudan, its Loss and Re- 
covery, XII. 632 1 
Alfred the Great, Chapters on his life and 

times : ed. A. Bowker, XVII. 216 f 
Algau : aee Alps 
Algeciras, Bay of, Spain ; Notes on defence 

of, IX. 234 1 
Algeria (iee aUo Sahara) — 

Agricultural condition. Sir R. L. 

Playfair's Report, II. 552 
Alg^rie en 1840: X. Stockmar, XIL 
630 t 

M^ridionalo et le Touat: 

Mandevillo, XL 569 t 
Artesian water-supply, XIX. 563 
Assimilation des indigenes de TAl- 

g€rie : Zaborowski, XL 197 f 
Aur^s, Notes sur V : M. Besnier, XIV. 

336t 
Autruohe do Barbaric : J. Forest, VII. 

442 1 



AIGSBIA 

Algeria — eonHnued. 

Berbers, Among the: A. Wilkin, 

XVL 699 1 ; XVIII. 305 § 
Gauserie k propos de Tobservation dc 

IMclipse totale de soleil . . . eu 

Algdrie : R. Gautier, XVIII. 108 t 
Etude sur la provence de Constan- 

tine : A. Mons^gur, XV. 193 t 
Etudes de ddmographie alg^rienne: 

Mandeville et Demont^, XVIL 

90t 
France dans le sud Alg€rien : G. 

Mercier, XIV. 680 1 
Friedhofe und Todtengebrftuche der 

Eingeborenen Algeriens : H. 

(irothe-Harkany, VIII. 651 1 
Geology (southern), Capt. Almand 

on, IV. 364 
Kabyles of Jurjura : J. Ijiorcl, II. 90 t 
I/Alg^rie : M. Wahl, XL 453 1 
L'Extr6me-Sud algerien et le Touat : 

J. Hess, X. 228 t 
Libvan Notes: D. Randall-Mad vcr 

and A. Wilkin, XVIII. 231 1 
Now Winter-land: W. Sharp, III. 

160 1 
Notes sur le Chaouia de la province 
de Constantino : R. Basset, IX. 

576 1 
Pays du Mouton, Le, IV. 188 1 
Pfiche du corail en Algerie : 

Layrle,XIIL559t 
Railways — C'hemins de fer en Al- 
gerie : A. Bernard, XV. 193 1 
Regime du Ixissin art^sien de TOued 

Rir» : G. Rolland, XII. 324 1 
Ressources militaires de TAlge'ric : 

(il^. Demanche, IX. 105 t 
Service des Monuments historiques de 

I'Alge'rie : S. Gsell, XX. 668 t 
Situation in : A. S. White, III. 438 f 
Situation politique de TAlgerie: A. 

Beniard, XIII. 559 1 
Sud de la Province d* Alger : Huguet 

et Peltier, XIII. 679 f 
Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XIL 

541 1 ; XIV. 680 f ; XVL 579 t 
Vingt-huit jours chez les Tirailleurs 

algeriens : G. Mercies, XII. 630 f 
Western Erg, XIV. 336 f 
Colonization and Travel — 
Cambon, Voyage de, dans le Sud- 

Algerien : Laurens, VIII. 417 1 
Colonisation agricole en Algerie : H. 

Busson, XL 453 f 
Djidjelli, L*exp^dition de: C.Mon- 

chicourt, XII. 630 f 
Duveyrier, H.: From Telemsen to 

Melilla in 1886, HI. 347 f 
Excursions aux gisements de phos- 
phates de Te^essa, XVIII. 231 f 
Foureau, F. : Positions fixed by, IX. 

328 ; Journey in the Erg, VII. 663 ; 

Algeria to Fr. Congo, XVIL 135 • ; 

Alger au Congo par le Tchad, XIX. 

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ALGEBIA 

Algtria— continued. 

Foureaa-Lamy MiBsion, XIV. 336 §, 

680 t ; «M Sahara 
French Surveys in the Algerian 

Sahara, XII. 412 
Galland, de : Excursion k Bon-Saada 

et M'Sila, XIV. 680 f 
Uarpe, Lient. de V: Dans le snd 

Alg^rien, XVIII. 108 f 
Hochreatiuer, B.: Mission scientifique 

dans le snd-Oranais, XX. 668 1 
Hngnet, J.: Dans le Sud alge'rien, 

XV. 193 1 

Kryszanowski, L. : Penetration du 

Sahara par 1' Algfirie, XIV. 336 t 
Vuillot, P. : Note sur un voyage dc 

Nefta k Gliadamt^ (Cazemajou and 

Dnmas), VIII. 530 1 
Zeller, R. : Ans dem Algerischcn 

Atlasgebirge, XVI. 579 1 
Maps — 
Carte de I'Algerie (Service Geo- 

gmphiquo de TArm^e), t VI. 104 ; 

IX. 350 ; X. (359 ; XII. 109, 644 ; 

XVI. 263; XVIII. 117; Carte 
topographiquc, fl- 477; III. 167, 
442; IV. 95, 478; V. 509; VI. 
493; VII. 228; IX. 119, 691 

Algeria and Xoroceo — 
Docnincnts pour servir k Tetade du 

Nord-Ouest Africain : A. Bernard, 

X. 552 1 
Zone frontifere de I'Algerie et du Maroc : 

P. Vidal de la Blache, X. 552 f 

and Tunif — 

Algerie et la Tunisie: P. Leroy- 

BeauUeu, XIII. 679 f 
et Tunisie (Collection des 

Guides-Joanne) : L. Piessc, XI. 92 f ; 

XII. 541 1 
Archaeology, etc. : M. Diehl, IV. 282 f 
Eucalyptus in Algeria and Tunisia: 

E. Pepper, VIII. 530 1 
UandbooK for Travellers : Sir L. Play- 
fair, VII. 213 f 
Historical Notices: A. Boutroue, II. 

90t 
Map— Atlas d'Alg^rie et Tunisc: H. 

Mager, XVII. 686 f 
Mission en Alg^rie et en Tunis: £. 

Gain, VII. 331 1 
Project de Carte de I'Algerie et de la 

Tunisie : A. Perie, VIII. 530 1 
Report on influence of Drought on 

Vegetables : E. Gain, \7I. 430 § 
Scientific Expedition to Algeria and 

Tunis in 1731, M. Groese on, XX. 

453 
Shotts of Algeria and Tunis, VII. 678 1 
Algiers— as coaling station. III. 517; 
Guides : G. W. Harris, I. 84 f ; III. 
71 1 ; J. 0. Hyam, XVI. 249 1 
Algo river, C. Asia, IV. 173 
Algoa Bay, Caj)e Colony, Harbour of: R. 

HLHeenan, XI. 684t 
Algu^, J. : Baguios 6 Ciclones Filipinos, 



ALXAITAO 

XIV. 335t ; XV. 643 § ; Las Nubes en el 
Archip^ago Filipino, VI. 81 f ; Les 
cyclones aux Philippines et dans les 
mers de Chme, XVI. 486 f ; XVII. 
.549 1; Manilla Observatory, XVII. 
209 1 ; Observatorio de Manila, Baguios 
6 Tifones de 1894, VII. 213 t 

AH Knh pass. Persia, IV. 493 

Alichur, Pamir, VIII. 34 ; hydrography, 
VIII. 102 ; passes, VIII. U 1 ; valley, 
XVI. 668 

Alik Nor, lake, C. Asia, XVIIL 533 

Alkabir, Wadi, Arabia ; changes of course, 
IV. 361 

Alkallia, W. Africa; altitude, X. 393, 
397 

Allah-bund in N. W. of Rann of Kuchh, 
Note : R. D. Oldham, XIV. 458 f 

Allaki, Wadi, Egypt, I. 409 

Allan, A. C. ; obituary, XIX. 225 

, G. : Photographs in Swaziland 

and Tongaland, IV. 384 

Alldridge, T. J.: Award to, yVI. 117; 
Photographs of Hinterland of Sierra 
Leone, XVII. 561 f; Sherbro and its 
Hinterland, XIX. 108 1, 199 § ; Wander- 
ings in Hinterland of Sierra liconc, 
IV. 123* 

Alleghanies — Winning of the West : 
Alleghanies to Mississippi: T. Roose- 
velt, V. 608 t 

Allegheny river, course in Pre-Glacial 
times, IV. 66 

AUegheri tribe, Somalilaud, XI. 32 

Allcmann, E. : Mascate, XVII. 547 1 ; 
Souvenirs du C-ayor, IX. 462 f 

Allen, G. : Bates of the Amazons, I. 380t ; 
Tlie European Tour, XV. 78 t ; Histori- 
cal Guides, Venice, XII. 537 f ; Science 
in Arcady, I. 380 t 

, J. A. : N. American Mammals, IX. 

69 ; Geographical Distribution of 
Animals, ItL 100 

., P. R. : Periyar Tunnel, X. 339 1 



, S. E. S. : Mountaineering in Cana- 
dian Rockies, IX. 107 f 
--, W. : Rotuma, IX. 243 1 



Allingham, W. : Abnormal Seas, XVIII. 
647 t ; Doubling Cape Horn, IX. 241 1 ; 
Fast passages and best routes, VII. 
116 1; Time and its curious contradic- 
tions, XVL 256 1 ; U.S. Hydrographic 
Office, XIII. 324 f . 
AUobrogica, Limit! del Insula : G. Grasso, 

XIL 440 1 
AUott mts., Australia, XI. 261 
Alhiaud, C. : lies Seychelles, III. 532 f 
AUum Pot, Yorkshire, X. 509 
Alluvial deposits, towns on, IX. 84 
Almanac, Fisherman's Nautical: O. T. 
Olsen, t IX. 346 ; XL 324 ; XIII. 330 ; 
XVn. 98 

1 Nautical : see Nautical Almanac 

; Annuaire, 1897 (Bureau des 

Longitudes), tlX. 346; 1898, XL 
324; 1899, XIIL 330; 1901, XVIL 327 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



ALMAVAO 

Almanac xylographique li Pasagc des 
marlns bretons: G. Marcel, XVII. 

216 1 

Almand, Capt. : on geology of S. Algeria, 
IV. 364 

AlmanuagHi, Iceland, III. 261 

Alnidsy, if. Yon : Rciso nacli W. Turke- 
stan und in den Centr. Tien-8han, XIX. 
395 t 

Almo, H. H. ; Om Spitzbergcn og don 
Wellmanske polarexpedition, VII. 
117 1 

Almeida, P. C. d' : Gogol geographe, VII. 
223 t ; La colonisation russe contempo- 
raino le long de la Volga, VII. 109 ; La 
colonisation russe dans les gouverne- 
mcnts d'Oufa et d'Orcnbourg, XIV. 
112 1; Les Pyre'ne^, IL 277 1; IH. 
52 § 

, W. B. d': remarks on "Jo- 

hore," III. 301 

Aimer, Christian: W. A. B. Coolidge, 
XIV. 689 t 

Alpenseen : see Alpine lakes 

Alpenveroins, Kegister zu . . . Deutschen 
und Oesterrcichischen : J. Emmer, VIII. 

535 1 
Alpes-Maritimes [department; $ee hehw 
for Alps, Maritime], Embut de Caus- 
sols: A. Janet, XIV. 330 t; Sur la 
tectonique de la partic nordouest du 
departement des: L. Bertrand, VI. 

483 1 
Alphabet for Languages not yet reduced 

to Writing : H. Morris, XI. 462 1 
Alpine Cluo, Catalogue of Books in 

liibrary, XV. 675 t ; Future of : Sir M. 

Conway and D. W. Freshlield, XVII. 

565 t ; letter to members, XVI. 376 f 

, Russian, XVIII. 628 

Frontier of France, changes in: 



r. Sopheau, III. 249 1 

Lakes, description, I. 350 



Atlas der Oesterreicher Alpenseen : A. 

Penck and E. Richter, VI. 201 f 
Entstehung dor Alpenseen : Ij. Swerin- 

zew, IX. 685 1 
Glacial origin, I. 482 
Hocbgebirgsseen . . . um Sterzing : J. 

Damian, IV. 83 t 
Morphometry, IV. 265; Dati morfo- 

metrici di alciini laghi prealpini : 

G. Halbfass, XIV. 329 f 
Origin: A. Heim, UI. 536 1 
Sur quelques lacs des Alpes, etc. : A. 

Delebecque, V. 279 1 
Tiefen- und Temperaturverhaltnisse 

einiger Seen des Lechgebiets: W. 

Halbfass, VI. 578 f 

- Plants of Central Caucasus : Akin- 



fieffon, XIL 186 

Rivers, Daily Variation in Dis- 



charge, IV. 562 ; A. Delebecque's Ob- 
servations on waters, III. 233 

Zones, distribution in E. Africa, 



IV. 511 



ALPS 

Alpi (see alto Alps, Eastern, etc, heUowy^ 
Adamello-Gebiet, Studien im : W. 

Salomon, IX. 675 f 
Algau ; Hofats im : J. Euzensperger, 
IX. 457 1 ; Tiefen einiger Seen der 
algailer Alpen: W. Halbfass, VI. 

589 1 
Alpen inmitten der geschichtlichen 

Bewegungen : F. Ratzel, IX. 335 t 
Alpenkranze des Deffereggcrthales : 

L. PurtscheUer, XI. 307 1 
Alpenverein und Alpenforschung : 

E. Oberhummer, XII. 220 f 
Alpine History, Missing Page in: 

R. Edgcumbe, III. 157 t 
Journal : Sir W. M. Conway, 

V. 85 1 

Memories: F. Javelle, XV. 



676 1 
Alps in 1864: A. W. Moore, ed. 

A. B. W. Kennedy, XIX. 765 t ; 

XX. 638 § 
Baize per faglia sui Monti Lepini : 

W. Davis, XV. 294 f 
Bursting of the Schwemser-Fernor : 

G. Greim, IV. 467 1 
Catena della Levanna : W. A. B. 

Coolidge, XIX. 391 1 
Chamonix and range of Mont Blanc : 

E. Whymper, XVIII. 320 f 
Classification : A. von Bixilim, III. 54 
Climbs in Alps and Caucasus : A. F. 

Mummery, VI. 201 f 
Dachstein Group, Works on : F. 

Simony, in. 434 1 
Dent, 0. T. : Winter Photographs, II. 

166 
Die Deutschredenden Gemeinden in 

(irrauen oder Oberen Bunde der 

Schweiz: W. A. B. Coolidge, III. 

434 1 
Early nomenclature, III. 513 
From the Alps to the Andes: M. 

Zurbriggen, XV. 200 f 
Gottesackerplateau in der Gobirgs- 

gruppe des Hohen Ifen : M. Eckort, 

XVIL 442 t 
Gurgler Kamm, Der: G. Becker, IX. 

457 1 
Handelsstrasscn Ubor die Al{)en: A. 

Hedinger, XVII. 83 f 
Haug, E. ; studies, IV. 366 
History and explorations, III. 230 
of Mt. Iseran: H. Ferrand, 

III. 69 1 
Homme devant les Alpes: C. Len- 

th^ric, IX. 334 f 
Karren oder Schratten: M. Ekskert, 

XII. 90 1 
Langkofelgruppe, Die : C. Schuster, 

IX. 457 t 
Lakes of: $ee Alpine Lakes 
Latemargruppe, Die: T. Christo- 

mannos, XVII. 443 f 
Massif d'Ambin : W. A. B. Coolidge, 

IX. 675 1 



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ALPS 

Alpi — eotUinued. 

Massif de Soolette : W. A. B. Gooliclge, 

XIL 91 1 
du Rntor, etc. : H. Ferraud, 

lU. 248 1 
Mittclalterlicher Verkcbr und Handel 

liber unsere Alpenpasse : G. M. 

von Knonau, XVIII. 630 t 
Nordjfoen zu Tragoes: R. Klein, 

XVn. 442 1 
Oetzthal and Stnbai (Deutscher und 

OesterreichiBchen Alpen-Verein), 

IV. 93 1 
Ortsnamen der ustlichen Alpen- 

I'ander : O. Redlich, XI. 307 f 
Physical History, Penck on, XX. 650 
Pitzthal, Daa: R. Schucht,XVII. 442 f 
Plandereicn einee Kartographen : S. 

Simon, IH. 256 f 
Prealpes Romandes: H. Schardt, 

XIV. 109 t 
Probl^me Alpin : A. de Lapparent^ 

XIX. 765 t 
Qniet corner of tho Alps, A: V. 

Dingelstedt, IIL 529 f 
R^coloration dos Alpes: H. Dnfour, 

VIL 219 
Begione alpina: D. Giannitrapani, 

XIV. lilt 
Salzbnrger Bncht, Die : J. Jaeger, 

XVUI. 224 1 
Sellagmppe : K. Bindel, XVH, 442 f 
8now-ooyering, Influence of, on 

aimate : £. Bruckner, lU. 255 f 
Topography and Historical Geo- 
graphy, II. 484 
Tunnels, Great Alpine; F. Fox, XVI. 

483 1 
Ueber die angcbliche Aenderung dor 

Entfemung zwisohen Jura und 

Alpen : E. Briickner, III. 157 f 
Vemagtfemer : A. Penck, XVI. 694 f 
Zugspitze, Obeervatorium auf der: 

W. Burkhard, XVIL 443 1 
Flora— 
Alpenflora in ihren Beziehungen zum 

Klima: P. Wagner, XII. 425 f 
Beziehungen zwischen Bodenbcscliaf- 

fenheit und Flora in den Alpen, 

XVIL 206 t 
Flora of the Alps: A. W. Bennett, 

XIV. 674 1 
Leben der Alpenpflanze: F. Pax, 

lU. 674 1 
Plantes des Alpes austro-orientales, 

Sur la distribution des : R. Ghodat 

et R. Pampanini, XX. 665 1 
Verbreitung einer Dtan^tM-Gruppe : 

F. Vierhapper, XV. 445 f 
Vertical Distribution of plants on 

Ortler Alps, VIU. 519 
Waldmisshandlung : A. yon Gutten- 

berg, Xni. 688 f 
Wissenschaftlichen Aufgabcn alpiner 

Versuchsgarten : R. yon Wettstein, 

XVIL 442 1 



ALPS 

Alpf — continued. 
Geology — 
Adamello-gruppe, Gcologische Auf- 
nahmen m der ostlichcn Halfto der : 
W. Salomon, XVUI. 320 f 
Appliquer k unc region de la France, 
It une portion de la chafne Alpine, 
I'analyse des ciroonstances gi^olo- 
giques, etc.: M. Lugcon, XVIL 

318 1 
Geological excursion, IV. 61 
Geologischc Wandcrungen im Rha- 

tikon : A. Rothpletz, XVH. 442 f 
Ogilvie, Miss: Lectures, III. 421 
Studio idro-geologioo suUa sorgontc 

della Pollaccia nolle Alpi Apuane : 

C. de Stefani, VIH. 188 1 
Glaciers, XIV. 316 
Alpen im Eiszeitalter : A. Penck und 

E. Bruckner, XIX. 391 f; XX. 119t 
Anciens glaciers et les alpinistcs 

pr^istoriques : P. Girod, IX. 334 f 
Berg- und (Tlctscherfahrten in der 

Montblanc-Kette : G. Euriuger, 

IX. 457 t 
Bcmina, Ghiacciai . . . del: L< 

Marson, XVL 483 1 
Eiszeitforschung in den Alpen, 

Einige neure Ergebnisse der: A. 

Penck, XIX. 648 f 
Eiszeit im Bercicho der Alpen, Die 

yierte : A. Penck, XVL 694 f 
Ghiacciai del massiccio del Monte 

Disgrazia : L. Marson, XL 307 f 
Ghiacciai italiani del gruppo del 

Pizzo Bemina: L. Marson, XVI. 

483 t 
Glacial Land-forms of Margins of the 

Alps : H. R. Mill, V. 68 * 
Glacial origin of lakes, I. 482 : see 

alio Alpine Lakes 
Glaciers des Alpes : F. A. Forel et h. 

Du Pasquier, X. 546 f 
Gletscherforschung in den Ostalpen, 

Ueber die neuesten Ergebnisse der, 

8. Finsterwalder, XVIL 542 1 
Periodic yariations — ^Variations p^rio- 

diques des glaciers des Alpes : F. A. 

Forel and others,!; HI. 434; IV. 

172; V. 178; VIIL410; XIIL86; 

XV. 77; XVL 569; XVIIL 630; 

XX. 665 
Sonnblickgmppe, Klimatologie der 

Gletscherregion der : F. Machacek, 

XVIL 442 1 
Maps— 
Historischen Atlas des osterreich- 

ischen Alpenlander: E. Richter, 

VIIL 526 1 
Sonnblick and neighbourhood: G. 

Freytag, I. 382 f 
Zur Alpinen Kartographie : L. Ober- 

mair,VIL218t 
Mountaineering, etc. — 

Ball, J.: Alpine Guide, XIL 573 §; 
Hints for Trayellers, XIV. 109 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



ALPS 
Alps — eonUnued, 

Blodig und Purtscliellcr : Aub den 
Berg^en der Maurienne und der 
Tarentaise, VIL 106 f ; IX. 457 1 
Conway, Sir W. M., VI. 478; The 

Alps from End to End, VI. 482 f 
Coolidge, W. A. B. : ClimbB in the 

Alps, 1865-1900, XVIL 542 f 
EntwickolungsgeBchichte des Alpinis- 
mug, etc. : L. Purtscheller, V. 404 f 
Forbes, J. D. : Travels through the 

Alps, XVI. 242 1 
Gallet, J. : Quelques chemins inedits 
dans les Alpes bemoises, XIII. 21 1 f 
Maugin, G. : Passage des Alpes . . . 

par un p^lerin de 1518, XV. 545 1 
Tyndall, J. : Hours of Exercise in tlic 

Alps, XIV. 109 1 
Wandertage in den Stcincr Alpen : 

H. Hess, IX. 457 1 
Wlierry, G. : Alpine Notes and the 

Climbing Foot, VIII. 805 f 
Whvmper, E. : Scrambles amongst the 

Alps, in. 68 1 ; XVI. 569 1 
Wundt, T. : Ascent of Cemone dclla 

Pala, 1. 466 1 
Yeld, G. : Scrambles in E. Graians, 
X VL 483 1 
Orography, etc.^ 

Alpine Crust-Basin: M. Ogilvie- 

(;ordon, XVII. 443 1 
Alpine Gipfelcbaractore : S. Simon, 

III. 434 1 
Basses-Alpes, Relief du Sol : P. Ziir- 

chcr, XII. 425 f 
Coupe . . . des Alpes brian9onnaise8 : 

Kilian et Lugeon, XIII. 451 f 
Divisions : A. E. von Bohm, II. 181 1 ; 

IIL54§ 
Durchbruchsth'aler in den SUd- Alpen : 

K. Futterer, VI. 96 f 
Etudes sur Torographie des Alpes de 

la Savoie : E. Ritter, VI. 482 1 
Gcomorphologischc Untorsuchnngon 
in den Hochalpen: E. Richter, 
XVII. 205 1, 301 § 
Gmndlinien der Struktur der Ost- 

alpen : C. Diener, XIV. 674 f 
Hydrographie souterraine . . . dn 

Devoluy : E. A. Martel, X. 225 t 
Lignes directrices de la Chaine des 

Alpes : E. Hang, VIL 826 f 
Linea di divisione . . . Alpi egli 

Apennini : G. Marinelli, I. 179 f 
Natural Regions : £. Haug, III. 248 1 ; 

IV. 866 § 
Oberflachenformen der Hochalpen : 

A. Herrner, XVIII. 630 t 
Studi orografici nelle alpi orientali : 
O. Mannelli, XIV. 109 f; XVIL 
442 1 
Uebertiefung der Alpen-Thaler : A. 

Penck, XIX. 391 f 
Valines des Alpes oocidentales : M. 
Lugeon, IX. 675 1: XIX. 210 §, 
648 1 



AL8T0V 

Alpi — eoniinued, 

Alps, Austrian : iee Austrian Alps 

Carnic : tes Camic Alps 

, Eastern — 

Die wissenschaftliche Erforschung der 

Ostalpen, etc. : E. Richter, V. 178 1 
Baedeker's Handbook, VL 192 f ; XIV. 

674 1 
Erinnerung an die vorgeschicbtlichcn 
Bewohner der Ostalpen : J. Ranke, 
XVL 242 1 
Historische Atlas der Oesterreichischcn 
Alpenlander und die Grundkarten- 
frage : C. Giannono, XIX. 103 1 
Ostalpen in den Franzosenkriegen : H. 
von Zwiedineck-SfldenhorstjXI. 307 1; 
XIIL 674 1 
Ostalpen, Uebersichtliche Eintheilung 

der : H. (ierbeni, XVIII. 453 f 
Papers on, XL 307 t 
Snow-layer in Austrian Alps : A. Swa- 
rowsky's observations, IX. 557. 

, Ligurian — 

Ligurischen Alpen : F. Mader, IX. 334 f 

, Maritime — 

Hochsten Telle de Seealpen, etc. : F. 
Mader, X. 646 f ; XII. 607 § 
, Western — 



Alpes Franoo-Italiennes, Note : A. Rai- 

naud, XII. 425 f 
Alpine Guide : J. Ball and W. Coolidge, 

XIL 320 1 
Langues dans les Alpes occidentalcs : C. 

Gamier, IX. 675 1 
of New Zealand, L 32 ; II. 495 ; IX. 



329 ; First Crossing : E. Fitzgerald, VIL 

483 1 
Alpsoe, Germany ; depth, etc., VII. 199 

Alsace — 
L' Alsace au dix-septi^me si^*le, etc. : R. 

Reuss, XIL 321 1 ; XIIL 555 1 
Gcschichte der Dentschtums im Elsass : 

H. Witte, XL 191 f 
Munsterthal im Ober-Elsoss : L. G. 

Werner, XVIL 85 1 
Niederschlagsverhaltnisse im Olicr- 

Elsass : O. Rubel, VIL 827 1 ; VIII. 

394$ 
Seen und Stauweiher, XVII. 206 1 
Vogesen undihre Thaler im Ober-Elsass : 

L. H. Werner, XVIIL 6:^1 1 
Walder des Elsass: Pilz, XUL 451 1 
Alsace-Lorraine — 
Gerland, G. : Geographical Work, I. 

278 1 

Soil-temperatures ; W. Boiler's observa- 
tions, VIII. 801 

Some Facts about : T. W. Balch, VL 

193 1 
Untersuchungen ilber die Bodentem- 

peraturen : W. Boiler, VIL 327 f 
Alston, G. : Comparison of Evaporation 

Results in N.S. Wales and S. Africa, 

XL 206 1 
, W. M. : River Clyde and Harbour 

of Glasgow, XX. 352 f 



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ALTAI 

Altai mis. — 
Bielnkha mt., Saposhnikofs viBit, 

XVni. 620 
Glaciers, XL 177: V. Y. Saposhnikoff 

on, XU. 97 1 ; (the Bielukha), XII. 

185 
Oobi-Altai, XI. 428 
On the 8. Altai : P. Ignatoff, XI. 197 1 
Russian Altai mts. : Soboleff, XII 207 f 

Explorations, XIX. 678, 597 

Sketch of Immigration to Altai District, 

XIX, 281 1 
Teleskoie Lake in the Altai ; Ignatov's 

expedition, XIX. 870 
Zoology and Botany : H. J. Elwes, XIY. 

204§, 216t 
and Mongolia, After Wild Sheep in : 



E. Demidoff, XVI. 696 f 
Altain-Nuru mts., C. Asia, XYII. 304 
Altan Khan, 1. 142 
Altels, avalanche, VIII. 483 
Alterklassen nnd M'annerbiinde : H. 

Sohurtz, XIX. 781 1 
Altinger, P. A. : Die osterreichischen 

Geographen G. M. Vischer, XII. 441 f 
Altitudes, Physiological Effects of high : 

(\ Dent, I. 46 * ; Sulla determinazione 

delle altitudini presso gli antiohi: G. 

L. Bertolini, XIV. 846 f ; E. Bittanti, 

XnL327t 
Altmann, C'apt. J. : Map of King Charles 

Land, XIV. 70 
Altmark — 

Arendsee in der : W. Halbfass, t VIII. 
528, 634 ; IX. 232 ; XIV. 577 

Die siidliche Altmark: A. Merten, I. 

81 1 

Graberfeld bei Vitzke in dor Altmark : 
E. Krause, VIII. 647 1 

Hopfenbau in : A. Mortens, XIV. 577 1 
Alton, J. : Enneberg in seinen wirth- 

schaftlichen und socialen Verhaltnissen, 

XVI. 242 1 
Altvn Tagh, C. Asia, IIL 455, 457 ; VI. 

279: VIIL 164: IX. 547, 550; XIV. 

442 : XVL 99 ; XX. 312 
Alukthang glaciers, Kangchenjunga,XIX. 

457 
Alum Chine, Bournemouth, section of 

shore, XI. 638 
Alumine river and lake, Patagonia, II. 

162 
Alungu tribe, C. Africa, XIII. 596 
Alusch-dagh, Asia M., XX. 652 
Alvarez, M. : Obock et Abyssinie, IV. 

87t 
Alvensleben, O. von: 8pitzl)ergen, IX. 

234t 
Alves, A. : Dom Henrique O Infante, 

Memoria Historica, V. 187t 
Alviella, G. d' : Des influences classiques 

dans Tart de I'lnde, XV . 549 f 
Amabile, V. M. : C -arte g^nerale de Tile de 

Cuba, X. 126; La question cubaine, 

IX. (J83 1 
Amadeus, Lake, Australia, II. 553 



A1CAZ0VA8 

Ama^joak, Lake, Baffinland, XVIII. 31 
Amakosa, tribe, S. Africa — Les Ma-Kho9a : 

P. Jeanneret, VH. 563 f 
Amambay, Sierra de, Brazil, XVII. 

371 
Amambwe tribe, C. Africa, XIII. 596 
Amami-Oshima, Luchu Is., V. S92 
Amanauz glacier, Caucasus, XIII. 429 
Amara country, £. Africa, XII. 78 
Amara tribe, E. Africa, VIIL 137 ; chiefs 

house, VIII. 221 
Amaral, F. J. F. do. : A. Luciano Cordeiro, 
XIX. 782 1; biographies of Cordeiro 
and Vasooncellos, VII. 119 f 
Amarillo river (branch of Sucio), S. 

America, XIX. 319 
Amam-mayu, river, Bolivia: §ee Madre 

de Dios and Mayu-tata 
Amatovo, lake, Macedonia, XVI. 218 
Amazon rivsr— 

American War-ship on, XVI. 567; 
Brazilian explorations, I. 346*; 
Italian expedition, XIV. 213; navi- 
gability, depth, etc., XVIL 880, etc. ; 
basin of, IX. 447 ; Southern drainage 
area, XVIL 870; tributaries, VIIL 
78 ; XVIL 366 
Cable laying on the Amazon : A. 

Siemens, X. 122 f, 542 
Currents of: T. Tapajoz, I. 86 1 
Der Amazonas: D. von Schtttz-Holz- 

hausen, VII. 335 f 
Early Documents on Discoverv of: D. 

M. de la Espada, I. 86 f 
List of tribes in Vallev of: Sir C. K. 

Markham, V. 609 f 
Map — ^Mundung des Trombetas in den 
Amazonas : F. Katzer, XVIII. 245 f 
Naturalist on the Amazon: Bates, I. 

183t 
Navigability de : M. Carbajal, X. 341 1 
() Amazonas : O. Leiil, V. 284 1 
Keise des amerikanischen Kanonen- 

bootes Wilmington auf dem Amazonen- 

strom: Z. D. Todd, XIX. 109f 
Reise im Gebict des oberen Amazonas : 

A. Rimbach, XII. 215 f, 191 § 
Stromenge des Amazonas bei Obidos: 

F. Katzer, XU. 436 1 
Thousand miles up the Amazon : J. 

Jones, XVI. 490 f 
Upper, Dwarf Tribe of: D. G. Brinton, 

XIIL 217 1 
, Major O. Kerbey's explorations, 

XL 72 

-, R. Payer's Notes on Tyrolew* 



Colony on, II. 267 
Valleys of, etc. : C. De Kalb, X. 651 1 
Amasonas — 
Amazonasgebiet : M. I>amberg, XX. 

127t 
Andes al Amazonas : Recuerdos do la 

campana del Acre : J. A. Acha, XX. 

561 1, 532 § 
Arboretum Amazonicum : J. Hulx^r, 

XX. 560 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



AXAZOtAS 

AmuffnAt^oonUnued. 
A tray^s del Amazonas: S. L. Bales- 

teros, XV. 554 f 
Brazil, Amazons, and Rio Negro: T. 

M. Teed, IIL 168 f 
"Cambarysu" telefono dei Catnquinanl 
deir Amazzonia : E. H. Griglioli, 
XVII. 453 1 
CatuqninartC Indians of, Notes on Dr. 
Bach*8 visit : G. E. Church, XII. 63 
Hantes regions des Amazones : A. 

Viellerobe, XIV. 342 f 
Materiaes para a flora amazonica: J. 

Huber, XIV. 462 1 
Nel paese dello Amazzoni: V. Grossi, 

X. 651 1 
Pays des Amazones, TEl-Dorado, les 
Torres k Caoutchouc : Baron de 
Santa-Anna Nery, XIV. 585 f 
Report (Foreign Office), XVI. 584 f 
Tribes: P. E. Ehrenreich, I. 86 1 
Amazonian Provinces of C. Peru, Ex- 

])loration : A. Ross, III. 440 f 
Ambaca railway, Angola, XI. 552; Chemin 

de fer d'Ambaka, X. 229 1 
Ambdri-vatu I., Madagascar, VI. 228 
Ambala and Hissar districts, India ; 

Gazetteer, II. 185 t 
Ambaya, Wadi, Sudan, VIII. 852 
Amber — Der Bernstein : C. Manch, VII. 
570 1 .* die Bernsteingrnben nordlich von 
Polangen: A. Zweck, XVII. 546 1; 
Deposits in Russia : F. T. Koppen, III. 
250 t 
Amberg, O. : Beitr'agc znr Biologie des 

Katzensees, VIII. 822 f 
Ambin, Massif d' : W. A. B. Coolidge, IX. 

675 t 
Amboina — 
Ambon in 1647: J. E. Hecres, X. 

.550 1 
Beschrijving van liet schiereiland Leti- 

mor volgens W. Mickler: J. van 

Baren, XVIII. 687 1 
Besuch in: G. Radde, VIII. 416 1 
Der Wawani auf : A. Wichmann, f XL 

568 ; XII. 432 ; XIV. 225 
Geologic van Ambon : R. D. M. Ver- 

beck, XV. 295 f ; XIX. 525 f 
Rcis door einige eilandengroepen der 

Residentie Amboina : J. H. de Vries, 

XVI. 697 t 
Amboni, E. Africa, sulphur springs: 

Bomhardt's account, XII. 189 
Ambriz and San Salvador, determination 

of latitude : C. Sanders, XVI. 699 f 
Ambronn, L. : plan for instruction of 
travellers, III. 240; Refraktionstafeln, 
III. 70 1 ; Ueber Grosse, Gestalt and 
Masse der Erde, VI. 201 1; Geogra- 
phische Ortsbestimmungen in Ostafrika, 
X. 121 t 
Ambrosotti, J. B. : Die Entdeckung me- 
galithischer Denkmalc in Thale Tafi, 
IX. 579 t; Estudio do las lenguas del 
grupo Kaingangue, IX. 108 f; Les 



AKXRIOA 

" Mislones " et les Chutes de I'Yguaasn 
IX. 108 1 ; Los Indios C^ingua del Alto 
Parana, VI. 490 f ; Rapida ojeada sobre 
el territorio de Misiones, I. 87 f ; Viaje 
A la Pampa Central, III. .534 f 

Ambrosilla, E. : Die Volksdichte am 
Deutschen Niederrhein, XVIII. 454 f 
XVin.438§ 

Ambrym Is., New Hebrides; Eruption 
1894 : H. E. Purey-Cust, VIH. 585 ♦ ; 

IX. not 

Amda, Wadi, Arabia, VII. 523 

Amdrup, G. : X. 218 ; XIV. 449 ; XVI. 
231, 481, 597 ; Awards, XIX. 630, 648 ; 
XX. 11.5 ; Beretning om Skibsexpedi- 
tionen til Gronlands Ostkyst, XX. 129 f ; 
Den Ostgronlandske Kvstexpedition 
1900, XVIIL 114 1; the Danish 
East Greenland Expedition, XVI. 662 ♦ ; 
XIX. 779 1 

and Hartz, Den Ostgron- 
landske Expedition, XVII. 97 f 

-, C. Krause, and K. Poulsen : 



Den Ostgronlandske Expedition, XV. 

671 1 
Ambiilis&tra, district, Madagascar : fossils, 

VI. 247 
Ameghino, F. : S. America as source of 

Tertiary Mammalia, XI. 100 f 
Amdha, mt., Venezuela, XX. 288 
Amflie-les-Bains: T. Salome', XV. 660 t ; 

Le climat, etc. : C. van Merris, IX- 

231 1 
Amelineau, E. : La Gcographie de 

TEgypte & Pepoque Copte, II. 564 f 
Am^ioration d'une rivibre k mar^ : 

Hautreux, IX. 685 t 
Amelot, G. : La navigabilite du Mdkong, 

XII. 431 1 
America — 

America and Hungary: A. Maski, 

III. 76 1 
Amorika, eine allegemeino Landes- 
kunde : E. Deckert, W. Kiikenthal, 
und W. Sievers, VII. 215 t 
Birds of N. and Middle America : R. 

Ridgway, XIX. 774 f 
Board of Commissioners for Foreign 

Missions, Report, XIII. 689 f 
British America (Br. Empire series), 

XV. 667 t 
Britisher's impressions of Australasia 

and : Earl of Meath, I. 571 1 
Bureau of Ethnology, Report : J. W. 

Powell, XI. 454 f ; XIX. 401 f 
Commercial Directory of American 

Republics, XIV. 229 f 
Fishes : D. S. Jordan and B. W. Ever- 

mann,X.121t; XIV.ll9t; XVIL 

678 1 
Fundamental Geographic Relation of 

the Three Americas : R. T. Hill, 

VIIL 311 1 
Geographical progress, X. 316; XI. 

159 
Glacial Deposits, Classification of 



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AKUUOA 

Amerieft — continued. 

American: T. G. Chamberlin, VI. 

892 1 
Impressions of: T. C. Porter, XIY. 

461 1 
Indiancr and Anglo- Amerikaner : G. 

Friederici, XV. 667 f 
Indian, English institntions and the 

American : J. A. James, IV. 579 1 
Influence of new world upon old : J. 

Bein, L 539 ♦ 
International Conference, VII. 679 t 
Interoceanic oommnnication on the 

Western continent : G. E. Church, 

XIX. 313* 
Menschenopfer ... in Amerika : K. 

T. Preuss, IX. 341 1 
Notes sur I'Americanisme : D. Pector, 

XV. 552 1 
Rise of Bicameral system in America : 

F. Moran, VL 392 f 

Trade with India, XV. 436 f ; with 

Siam, XV. 437 f 
Tropical: T. N. Ford, IL 187t; Die 

Zahl der Weissen im tropischen 

Amerika : A. Oppel, VIL 217 f ; X. 

122 1, 542 
Unexplored Areas, II. 495 
W. Coast, Admiralty survey, XIV. 84 ; 

Sailing Directions: J. r. Maclear, 

IX. 578 1 
Cartography— 

Baptista Agnese and American Cart- 
ography : J. Winsor, X. 460 f 

Development of Cartography since 
1570 : 8. Ruge, I. 284 f ; X. 460 t 

Maps in Library of Congress : P. L. 
Phillips, XIX. 401 1 
Discovery and history (m6 also helow 
America, North, Discovery; and 
South, Exploration) — 

Aboriginal American Languages: D. 

G. Brinton, XIII. 456 f 
American relations in Pacific and far 

East, 1784-1900: J. M. Callahan, 

XVIII. 241 1 
Buccaneers : J. Esquemeling, II. 565 f 
Condition of America in 1837, IX. 591 
Continent of America, its Discovery 

etc. : J. B. Thacher, IX. 106 1 
Coronado*8 march, true route of: F. S. 

Dellenbaugh, XI. 552 
Die Entdeckung Amerikas durch die 

Nordgermanen : E. Mogk, II. 279 f 
Die Kunde der Entdeckung Amerikas 

im deutsch-slavischen Ostcu : O. 

Sch^varzer, XIX. 240 1 
Discoveries of: Hon. G. G. Hubbard, 

n. 187t 

Discovery by J. Cabot, etc. : S. E. 
Dawson, X. 456 1; Do. : H. Harrisse, 

X. 554; Entdeckung durch G. 
Caboto: 8. Ruge, X. 554 f; see 
Cabot 

• , from Quarterly Eeview, II. 

282 1 



AKXBIOA 

Amoriea — continued. 

Discovery, History of, from oldest to 
present time : R. Cronau, I. 377 1 

, influence on History of 
Plants in Europe: W. Jannicke, 

n. 567t 

of American Continent 



through Scandinavians : E. Gelcich, 

L87t 

of, etc. : H. Harrisse, II. 



474 t ; Criticism : L. Gallois, V. 

403 1 

of. The true: Capt. J. W. 



Gambier,IIL662t 

Early Voyages, XIII. 662 

Explorations, XIII. 4 ; Austrian share 
in scientific exploration of: A. von 
Marilaun, 1. 567 f ; Geographischen 
Forschungen und Reisen : J. M. 
JQttner, f XIL 542; XVIL 92; 
XVin.641; XX. 468; My early 
travels and adventures in America 
and Asia : Sir H. M. Stanley, VI. 
103t; Progress of exploration 
during reign of Queen Victoria, 
XVIL 231 ♦ ; Scoperte geograflche 
del secolo 19: F. Porena, XVIL 

218 1 
French colonization, etc. ; G. Marcel, 

L 568 t 
Hamburg,Commemorati ve Publication 

on Discovery, I. 381 1 
History of America before Columbus : 

P. deRoo, XVIL212t 
of the New World called : E. J. 

Payne, I. 86 f ; XIII. 456 1 
How was America peopled? H. Ca- 

racciolo. III. 73 f 
Lines of demarcation of Pope 

Alexander VI. : S. E. Dawson, 

XVI. 494 t 
Madoc, Essay on Discovery of: Th. 

Stephens, IL 568 1 
Maps— Atlas of Discovery, K.Kret8ch- 

mer, I. 95 1; Berlin Geographical 

Society, I. 95 1 Reproduction of 

maps relative to discovery of: G. 

Marcel, in. 259 1 
Mound Builders ; recently discovered 

relics : J. CampbeU, XV. 667 1 
Neunhundertjahrigen Jubilaum der 

erster Entdeckung Amerikas: F. 

Stock, XVL 131 1 
Photographs of ancient carvings, etc., 

excavated by Maudslay and 

Bernoulli, I. 576 f 
Pre-Columbian discovery, III. 426; 

Recent disclosures concerning: W. 

E. Curtis, III. 350 f ; H. Yule Old- 
ham on, IV. 364 ; V. 221 * ; Sir C. 

R. Markham on Yule Oldham's 

theory, V. 239 ; Oldham's answer, V. 

501 : J. Batalha Reis on, IX. 185* 
Sacred Symbols, etc., of Aboriginal, in 

Ancient and Modem Times: F. 

Parry, IV. 190 f 



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GENEBAI. INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



AMEBIOA 

iLOMiioa — continued. 

Scoperta delF America al Congresso 

degli americanisti del 1900: G. 

Uzielli, XVII. 677 f 
^ attribuita ai 

Cinesi : L. Nocentini, IV. 91 1 ; V. 

403 1 
Some more diaooverers of their pre- 
decessors' discoveries: M. A. Snip- 
ley, XIV. 338 1 
Name — 

Earliest use, X. 328 

Alteste Karte mit dem Namen 

" America " '. . . des Martin Wald- 

seemiiller : F. R. von Wicser, XIX. 

661 1 
First globe containing the name 

America, XVIII. 220 
map containing do.: B. H. Soulsby, 

XIX. 201 ♦ 
L'Amerique a-t-elle droit sous oe nom 

^ un nom indigene ? : X. Franciot- 

Legall, IX. 577 1 
Per la storia del nome ** America " : 

P. L. Rambaldi, XIX. 109 f 
Woher hat " Amerika " seinen Namcn ? 

XV. 440 t 
Woher stammt der Name " Amerika ? " 

Schiller-Tietz, XV. 558 1 
Railways— 
Intercontinental Railway, XX. 357 1 
Nord-Biiilamerikanische Langshahn : 

\V. Sievers, XVII. 77 §, 453 f 
Amerioa, Cantral— 

Amerique Centrale: M. J. Dackerts, 

XVII. 94 1 
Architectural Structures: C. Sapper, 

XI. 99 1 
Auf alten Wegen in Mexico und Gua- 
temala: C. Seler, XVI. 701 f; 

XVII. 192 § 
Biologia Ceutrali- Americana : F. D. 

Godman, O. Salvin, and A. P. 

Maudslay, t II. 565; VI. 584; 

VIII. 191 ; IX. 463, 578 ; XI. 685 ; 

XIII, 457; XV. 196; XVI. 372; 

XVII. 559 ; XX. 360 
Cablc-iuterniptions on coast, X. 263 
Bescubrimiento importante para C. 

America : E. Pitticr, XVIII. 336 f 
Die ersten Kriegsziige der Spanier 

im nordlichen Mittel- Amerika : C. 

Sapper, XI. 203 f 
E. coast, X. 267 
Economic development in tropical 

America; F. C. Nicholson on, X. 542 
Ergebnisse seiner Reisen . . . : K. 

Sapper, XVII. 432 §, 558 1 
Etlmographio des stidlichen Mittcl- 

amerika, Beitrage zur : K. Sapper, 

XVII. 558 t 
Expedition nacli Central- und Siid- 

amerika : P. Prcuas, XIX. 236 f 
Foreign Residents in. Report on Legal 

Status (Foreign Office Rep.), XII. 

635 t 



AXSSIOA, OUTBAL 

Amtrioa, Central — continued. 

Geographisohe Forschnng in Mittel- 
Amerika im 19 Jahrhundert : K. 
Sapper, XIX. 659 f 

Geologische Bedeutung der tropischen 
Vegetationsformationen in Mittel- 
amerika und Siidmexiko : E. 
Werth, XVIIL 336 f 

Hieroglyphic Inscriptions: J. Camp- 
bell, XVI. 585 1 

Indian Place-names : K. Sapper, IV. 

378 1 
Mittelamerikanische Reisen und 

Studien : K Sapper, XIX. 775 f ; 

XX. 221 § 
Names, C. American: D. Pector, I. 

184 1 
Native Calendar: D. G. Brinton, IV. 

190 1 
Nordliche Mittel-Amerika, etc.: K. 

Sapper, X. 230 f 
Nordliche Mittelamerika in Bezug 

auf Prodnktion: K. Sapper, VIII. 

420 t 
Physical Geography, K. Sapper on, 

XIV. 95 ; XVII. 432 
Regenfall im Mittelamerika : K. 

Sapper, X. 214, 457 1 
Ruined cities of: G. E. Church, XV. 

892 
Stanford's Compendium of Geography 

and Travel; 0. and S. America, 

vol. i. : A. H. Keane, XVIII. 167 §, 

337 1; C America and West 

Indies : A. H. Keane, XIX. 530 f, 

622 § 
Ueber seine Reisen in C^ntral- 

Amerika : K. Sapper, XV. 442 f 
Ueber Gebirgsbau und Boden des 

nordlichen Mittelamerika : K. 

Sapper, XIIL 566 1 
Unsprung der mittelamerikanischen 

Kulturen : E. Seler, XX. 560 f 
Verbreitung der Sprachen im Siid- 

lichen IVfittelamerika : K. Sapper, 

XVIII. 247 t 
Volcanoes, IX. 448; Geographisohe 

Bedeutung der mittelamerikan- 
ischen Vulkane: K. Sapper, XX. 

560 1 ; Volcanic Studies : K. Sapper, 

XVI. 478 
Canals (see alto Nicaragua, Panama) — 
Canal Routes of Isthmus of Panama, 

Nicaragua, etc. : T. W. Hurst, XIII. 

682 t 

Convention . . . relative to Establish- 
ment of Communication by Ship 
Canal between Atlantic and Pacific, 
XVL 254 1 

Diplomacy of U.S. : J. G. Whiteley, 
X. 652 t 

Inter-Oceanic Canal : C. Levita, 
XIIL 682 1; Do.: E. R.Johnson, 
XIV. 569 §, 685 1; Do. in its com- 
mercial aspects: J. Nimmo, XIV. 
569 §, 685 1 



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AXXBIOA, CEITTBAL 

AmAfiea, CvntrtLL—aotUmued. 

Intoroceanic Commiuiication : G. E. 

Chnrch, XIX. 313 ♦ 
Inter-Oceanic RonteB, List of Booke 

on : H. A. Morrison, XX. 248 1 
Interozeanische Ksnal ; H. Polakow- 

sky, X. 329§,457t 
Isthmian Canal : A. P. Davis, XX. 

359 1 ; Latest route proposed, XIX. 

775 1 ; law of U.S., XX. 560 t 
Maps — 
Neue Grenze zwischon Costarica und 

Columbia, XVII. 569 f 
Reo^enfall im Mittelamerika : K. 

Sapper, X. 347 t 
Originalkarte des nordlichen Mittel- 
amerika : K. Sapper, XIII. 574 f 
Ameriea, Korth — 

Climates of Siberia and : A. Woeikof 

on, XL 296 
Descriptive (veograpbies from Original 

Sources, selected by F. D. Herbert- 
^ son, XIX. 401 1 
Erdbeben . . . von Nord-Amcrika : 

E. Deckert,XX.468t 

Ethnology, Report of Bureau of : J. W. 
Powell, XL 454 1; XIX. 401 f 

Geographisclien Forschung inNord- 
Amerika: E. Dcckert, VIL 215 f 

Geography of: L. W. I^yde, XL 460 1 

(ieology, Pal»ontology, etc.. Biblio- 
graphy: iee beloto, Physical GetJg. 

Great Deserts and Forests : 1*. 

Fountain, XVIIL 642 1 

Lakes of N. America : I. C Russell, 
VIII. 191 1 : research on, X. 322 

Laurentian Basin, geography: I. C. 
Russell, XII. 542 t 

Names of larger Geographical Fea- 
tures : I. C. Russell, XV. 283, 553 f 

Nordwest-Amerika und Nordost- 
Asien : F. Immanucl, XX. 251 f 

Pelzjager und Pelzjagd im amerikan- 
ischen Norden : G. C. Notzke, 

X VIL 212 t 
Pendulum observations, VIM. 406 
Red Race, Antiquity of : T. Wilson, 

XIL 634 t 
Romance of the Fur Trade, XIII. 94 f 
Round trip in N. America : Lady T. 

Guest, V. 608 1 
• Scientific Expeditions, X. 214 
Select Bibliograpliy on Travel in : C. 

W. Plympton, XIV. 339 1 
Snow in N.W. America, Ratzel on 

irrigation value of, I. 358 
Stanford*s compendium : see Canada 
StreifzUge durch Nordamerika: M. 

G. von Zeppelin, IX. 107 t 
Territoiro d' Alberta k I'Etat d'lowa 

par le Far West: M. E. Petitot, 

XVL371t 
Discovery and history («ee also America, 
Discovery) — 
Discovery of : H. Harrissc, 11. 474 f ; 
Criticism : L. Gallois, V. 403 f 



AKIBICA, KOBTH 

Ameriea, Votth.— continued. 

Early Trading Companies of New 
France : H. P. Biggar, XIX. 235 t 

English seamen, part played by, LX. 
604, 613 

Entdeckungen der Norniannen in 
Amerika: J. Fischer, XIX. 658 f, 
746 § 

Four Huron Wampum Records : H. 
Hale, IX. 577 t 

Histoire de Cnvclier dc la Sallo : P. 
Chesnel. XVIIL 552 f 

Mississippi basin, History of Geo- 
graphical Discovery in : J. W^insor, 
VL 196t 

New France, Histi^ry and General 
Description : P. F. X. de Charle- 
voix, trs. J. G. Shea, XX. 331 §, 

358 1 
Norse Colonization : M. A. Shipley, 

XIII. 687 t 
Discoveries : J. Dieserud, 

XVIIL lilt 
N.W. Coast, G. Davidson on Early 

Voyages to, HI. 333, 348 f 
, Voyages of Bering and 

Chirikoff: G. Davidson, XIX. 

756§,774t 
Rival Claimants for N. America, 

1497-1765: J. Winsor, VL 196t 
Vinland Vindicated: M. Howley, 

XV. 553 1 
Zum neunhundertjahrigen Jubilaum 

der erstcr Entdeckung Amerikas: 

F. Stock, X VL 131 1 
Fauna, Flora — 

Birds of N. America: C. B. Cory, 

XV. 553 1 
Evolution of Colours of Land Birds : 

C. A. Keeler, 11. 90 1 
Geographical Distribution of Ba- 

trachia and Reptilia : £. D. Cope, 

IX. 342 t 
(Geographic Distribution of Life: C. 

H. Merriman, IV. 380 t 
Land and Sea Mammals of N. 

Americtt north of Mexico : D. G. 

Elliot, XIX. 529 t 
Later Extinct Floras: J. S. New- 
berry, XV. 84 t 
IVIammals and mammalian fauna, 

remains, IX. 69, 73, 74 
Mammals of N. America and adjacent 

seas : D. G. Elliott, XVIIL 334 1 
Plant Geography: T. H. Kearney, 

XVIL 212 1 
Maps — 

Carte des grands lacs de I'Amerique 

du Nord, 1670, par Brehan do 

Gallinee : G. Gravier, VL 392 f 
Geographiscbe Verbreitung der 

hauptsachlichsten Eruptionszen- 

tren, etc. : A. Sttibel, XIX. 537 1 
Relief Map of Canada and U.S. (Qeo- 

logictil Survey of Canada), XVI. 

137 t 

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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.—XX. 



AKXBIOA, HOBTK 

Ameriea, I[oTth,— continued. 
Physical geography, etc. — 
Bay of Fundy trough in American 

Geological History: Bailey, XIV. 

229 t 
Bibliography and Index of N. 

American Geology, etc. : F. B. 

Weeks, fXL 317; XIIL 456; 

XVI. 489 ; XVIIL 552 ; XX. 670 
Coal-beds, XX. 544 
Epeirogenic Uplift : W. Upham, IV. 

380 1 

Epicontinental sea of Jurassic age : 
W. N. Loean, XVI. 582 f 

Glacial work in Western Mountains 
under R. D. Salisbury, XX. 455 

Glaciers : I. C. Russell, XII. 553 ♦ ; 
XIIL 216 t 

High plateau, VI. 423; Highest 
summit, IIL 517 ; XVIIL 536 

N. American Continent during Cam- 
brian time : C. D. Walcott, V. 90 f 

River-basins, Areas of N. American 
and Australian ; Dr. Bludau's calcu- 
lations, XII. 182 
Ameriea, South — 

Climatic notes : R. de C. Ward, XIIL 
217 1 ; commercial " Dcwrways,'* 
XVIL 360 ; Geographical progress, 
XIV. 6; influences on Old World 
from, I. 540; orography, X. 402; 
l>ort8, XVII. 359 ; tribes, XII. 67 ; 
unexplored areas, II. 497 t 

Aussichten aus Siidamcrika : J. 
Habel, X. 122 1 

British in; Sir H. Vincent, IX. 683 f 

Deutsche Colonien in SUdamcrika: 
Wiegand, VIL 217 1 

Geografia Comereial: 0. Cisneros y 
R. Garcia, XIIL 458 1 ; XVIL 213 1 

Geographisclio Erforschung Siid- 
amerikos im 19 Jahrhundert: W. 
Sievers, XVI. 372 1, 478 § 

GuaikurUst'ammc, Die : T. Koch, XX. 
470 1 

Historical Summary : L. Gallois, I. 

87 t * 
Indiens . . . dc TAmcrique chaude: 

Baron F. do Santa-Anna Nery, 

XIIL 458 1 
Italia come fatturo ctnico ed econo- 

mico nello sviluppo dell' America 

Meridionale, XVIIL 236 f 
Latin-American constitutions and 

revolutions : J. W. Foster, XVIIL 

:J36 t 
Manual de las RepiCblicas Ameri- 

canas, VII. 680 f 
Hagra bidrag till Sydamerikas fijsiska 

antropologi, XII. 215 f 
Palao-Geographie Sfidamcrikas: H. 

von Ihering, I. 281 f 
I'hotographs of Chile and W. Coast : 

F. Lcblanc, XII. 336 
taken between Salta and 

L:* Paz ; L. A. Wallace, XV. 96 



AKXBIOA, SOUTH 

Ameriea, Bmitk— continued. 

Physical Geography, Outline of: G. 

E. Church, XVIL 333*, 533; 

XVIIL 236 1 
River-basins: A. Bludau on areas, 

IX. 666 
Social and Political Development : C. 

de Kalb, III. 534 f 
S. American Conflicts and U.S. : A. 

Garland, XVIIL 336 f 
Stanford's Compendium of Geo- 
graphy and Travel, C. and S. 

America: A. H. Keane, ed. Sir 

C. R. Markham, XVIIL 167 §, 337 1 
State of our Knowledge of: L. 

Gallois, 11. 188 1 
Sur lo commerce du " caucho " dans 

I'Ameriquo du sud: F. J. Hesscl, 

XIV. 685 1 
Vassalage of : J. Frick, XIV. 121 1 
Vocabularies from,On two unclassified 

recent : D. G. Brinton, XIV. 121 1 
Vulkanbergc in Siidamerika . . . : A. 

Sttibel, XX. 128 1 

E. Coast, IV. 379 1; (Admiralty 
Surveys), XII. 71; Parallelismus 
der Kusten von Siidamerika: T. 
Arldt, XVIIL 536 §, 554 t ; S- 
America Pilot, VIIL 193 f ; W. 
Coast (U.S. Hydrographic Office), 
IX. 343 1 
Exploration — 

Durch Siid-Amerika : A. Jonin, V. 

91 1 
Dusen's journey across, XL 184 

Early explorations, XIV. 241 

Exploration of Unknown Regions in : 

Don R. Reyes, XX. 128 f 
Explorations subsequent to 1837, IX. 

601 
Fra det indre af Svd-Amorika: Y. 

Martens, XX. 248 f 
Meneudez' Travels: F. Fonck, VIL 

681 1 
Meyer's expeditions, IX. 447 ; X. 215 ; 

XIL 193; XIV. 324; XV. 647 
Reise . . . Prinzessin Thoreso von 

Bayern nach Siidamerika, Bericht 

iiber die : A. von Speidel, XVIL 

559 t 
W. Reiss' and A. StUbers journeys in. 

Astronomical determinations : B. 

Peter, IIL 254 f 
Steflen, H. : expedition, XII. 317 ; 

XIV. 96 ; letter from F. P. Moreno 

on, XIV. 219 
Supix)8od discovery before 1448. etc. 

J. Battilha-Hcis, IX. 185 ♦, 583 f 
Zwecke und Ergcbuisse meiner im 

Jahre 1898 nach Siidamerika uuter- 

nommenen Reise : Thercse Prinzes- 
sin von Bayern, XVIL 559 f 
Fauna, Flora — 
Geographical Distribution of animals ; 

H. von Ihering on, L 462 



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AMXBIOA, SOUTH 
Aauriea, Bouth—ooniinued. 

KautachnkdiBtricten Ton iSiid-Amti- 

rika, Xin. 217 f 
Palmen-Flora Sfidftmerikaa : C. A. M. 

Lindman, XIX. 530 f 
Pampas : W. Bodcmbender, III. 318 
Source of Tertiary Mammalia: F. 
Amcghino, XI. 100 f 
Map8 — 
America austral : A. L. Mendos, I^. 

580 1; X. r22t 
America Sud a base fisica : G. Cora, 

XIX. 247 t 
Commercial Map: J. Bartholomew, 

IIL 442 1 ; XVL 263 f 
Library Map: E. Stanford, XVII. 

686t 
Original Map of Bio Napo and Bio 

C^uraray : R. Payer, IV. 478 1 
UcbcrnchtBkarto dea Erdbebens vom 
27. Okt. 1894, in Sud-Amerika : E. 
Delachanx, VL 105 t 
America, Spaniah, Descriptive topogra- 
phical terms : B. T. Hill, IX. 1 16 f, 227 § 
American C:iiff Dwellers : Sir C. B. Mark- 
ham, III. 46 * 
Conference, International, Re- 
ports of C^ommittoes, etc., VII. 685 f 

Ephemeris and Nautical Alma- 



nac, t V. 3U7 ; Vm. 194 ; IX. 684 ; XIV. 
464 ; XV. 87 ; XVIL 562 ; XX. 368 

- Geographical Monographs, VII. 



319 § 



Geographical Society, Honour 
conferred on Sir J. Murray, XIII. 544 ; 
XIV. 105; "Memoirs" X. 211; Medal 
to Peary, IX. 224 

History and Geography, XIV. 



228 1 



Indians (tee alto America) — 



Amongst American Indians : L. Brine, 
V. 158 § 

Ans dem Tagebuch des Malers Fried- 
rich Kurz iibcr seinon Aufenthult bei 
den Missouri-lndianern : £. Kurz, IV. 

579 1 
Lenguas Americanas: B. Mitre, V. 

60?) t 
Tiayels amongst; ancient earthworks 
and temples, etc. : L. Brine, IV. 190 t 
Museum of Natural History ; 



Anthropological Study of N. Paciiic, IX. 
5m; X.639; XIV. 96; XIX. 215 

Bopublics, Bureau: Coal and 

Petroleum in Colombia, VIII. 192 1 i 
Manual, Handbooks, Bulletins, etc., VII. 
680 1 : Missiones Award, VIII. 192 f ; 
Monthly Bulletin, XV. 195 f; Vene- 
zuela, VII L 193 1 

Revolution, Causes : J. A. 



Woodbum, I. 470 1 

— School (Geography : J. W. Red- 



way and R. Hinman, XII. 529 ; Schools, 
Geographical Instruction : W. B. Powell 
on, in. 523; Local Maps in; W. M. 
Davis on, VIL 655 



AMVB 

Americanists, International Congress of, 

Paris, 1890, L 471 1 
Amerind : Designation for Aboriginal 

Tribes of American Hemisphere, XIV. 

346t 

Amherst, Lord, and B. Thomson: Dis- 
covery of Solomon Is., XIX. 778 f 

Ami, H. M. : Biographical Sketch of G. M. 
Dawson, XX. ^5 f ; Geology of Canada, 
XIX. 529 t 

Amir Chah, Afghanistan, IX. 408 ; sand 
desert near, IX. 403 

Amla route, Siam, VI. 407 

Amman, Arabia, V. 3 

Ammon, L. von : Geologische Uebersichto- 
karte der Gegend von Miinchen, VI. 

198t 
Amne-Machin mts., C. Asia, VIII. 169 
Anmeus, G. : La ville de Kristiania, 

XVIII. 547 t 
Amnye-malchln-mengku, mt., Mongolia, 

IIL 369 
Amor, W. : remarks on " Popocatepetl," 

etc., VIII. 151 
Amorgos, L*tlo d* : H. Hauttecoeur, XIV. 

453 t 
Amoy, Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XIV. 

456 t ; XVI. 576 f 
Amra, Castle of, Arabia, XX. 101 
Amritsar District, Gazetteer, IV. 876 f 
Amsterdam island, Spitsbergen — Karth 

ofver Amsterdamon : N. Strindbcrg, IX. 

684 1 

Amsterdam, Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), 
XVI. 485 t 

Amu-daria {tee alto Oxus), Diversion of, 
to Caspian, VIII. 515 ; Old Beds of : W. 
Komischke, I. 64 §, 84 f ; ditto : Pr. Kro- 
potkin, XII. 306 * ; Solution of problem 
on Ancient Course of : A. M. Konshin, 
XTL 208 1; Profll durch des Flussbctt 
des Amu-darja bei Tschardschui, XI L 
549 1 : Source, VII. 197 ; Steam naviga- 
tion, XI. 178 

, Upper: N. Bogoyavlcnsky, 

XIX. 106 t ; Explorations on, by M. 
Bogoyavlcnsky, XVIII. 618 

Amundsen, E. : Journey through S.W. 
Sechuan, XV. 620 ♦ ; XVI. 531 ♦ 

, R. : Expedition to N. Magnetic 

Pole, XIX. 484 ; XX. 578, 627 ♦ ; En 
paatoenkt Undersogelsesreise til den 
magnetiske Nordpol, XIX. 779 f 

Amur, river, Siberia, XI. 176; Pointed 
bark canoes of Kutenai and Amur : O. 
T, Mason, XVIII. 342 1; Society for 
Study of Amur region, IV. 63; V. 381 ; 
VIIL 408 

and Usuri, proposed continuation of 

Siberian railway along, V. 153 
Province — 



Amur provinz, Die: Immanuel, VII. 

213 1 
Reisen und Forschungen im Amurlan<le 
in den Jahren 1854-1856 : L. von 
Schrenck, VIII. 530 f ; XVII. 89 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



AHiLA 

Anaa or Chain I., Pacific, XX. 208 
Anabar bay and river, Siberia; Baron 

Toll's exploration, III. 412 ; moraine, Y. 

374 
Antidyr — 

Anadyr-Bezirk nach Olasnfjew: D. 
Krahmer, XV. 437 f 

Anadyr Region: A. P. Selnitzky, XXL 
207 1 

La ProTince d' : A. P. Selnitzky, XIV. 

net 

Territory of: B. OlBBufjev, XVI. 578 1 
Anaga and its Antiquities : M. de Ossuna, 

XL 197 1 
Anaman, J. B. : Gold Coast Guide, VI. 

195 t 
Auarak, Persia; height, VII. 166 
Anatolia (see a2to Asia Minor) — 
Besuch in cinem anatolischen Dorfe: 

Kannonberg, VI. 485 1 
Geotektonik des Siidostlichen Anato- 
lien: F. Schaffcr, XVIU. 440 §. 
550 1 
(Trundlinicn Anatoliens und Central- 

asiens : E. Naumann, VII. 329 t 
Keiscn in Auatolien : E. Naumann, VII. 

329 1 
Studies on . . . Anatolian railway, etc. : 
E. Naumann, III. 437 1 
Auccl, J. : La formation de la colonic du 

C'-ongo fran^ais, XX. 557 1 
Auchise, ancient port, France, VIII. 514 
Ancona, Trade (F. O. Kep.), XVI. 244 f 
Andalusia — 
Andalusia with a Bicycle : J. Penncll, 

XIL94t 
Deux Mois en Andalusie . . . : G. Rou- 
tior, VI. 48i t 
Andaman Is. — 
Forests situated around Stewart Sound : 

E. M. Buclianan, IX. 821 §, 575 1 
Languages of: M. Portman, XIV. 114 f 
Misccllanpons Papers relative to Settle- 
ments in : B. C. Temple, XV. 549 1 
Penal System: K. C. Temple, XIIL 

558 1 

Hound about the Andaman and Nicobar 
Is. : R. C. Temple, XV. 436 1 

Tours of Chief Oommissioner, Reports, 
IX. 320 §, 575 1 

Unpublished Eighteenth Century Docu- 
ment :^ R. C. Temple, XVIIL 455 f 
Sea, D. Prain on contours of, 

IIL 235 
Andtimarca and Pangoa, A. Baraillier's 

Journey to, II. 171 
Andemania, Andemin or Benderski pass, 

Pamirs, IIL 57; VIIL 98, 113 
Andersen, A. : En sommerrejse i Disko- 

bugten, IX. 684 1 
Anderson, 0. W., and W. A. Dunn : Reports 

on Conglomerate Prospection Expedi- 
tion, Br. Guiana, VII. 445 1 
, F. M. : Physiog^phic Features 

of Klamath mts., XX. 248 f, 454 § 
— — -, J. : »ee Munro, J. A. R. 



AHDBS 

Anderson, Sir J. : cable fractures, X. 275 ; 
obituary, XVI. 481 

, J. F. : Vesuvius, Note on Erup- 
tion of September, 1898, XIV. 223 1 

-, J. W. : Prospector's Handbook, 



VI. 103 1 ; XL 209 f 

-, N. : Faeroeme, 1600-1709, VII. 



327t 

, O. P. : Sectional Map of Wash- 
ington, X. 126 1 

-, T. : Coupe de Jaujac, XIX. 



392 1 ; Grand Cailon of Colorado river, 
XVIIL 334 1; Skdptar Jokull, IX. 

233 1 

and J. S. Flett : Preliminary 



Report on Recent Eruption of Sonfrifere, 
etc., XX. 431 §, 561 1 

, W. : First Report of Geological 



Survey of Natal and Zululand, XIX. 
772 1; geological reports from Natal, 
XX. 631 

-, W. G. : Mouth of Zangwe river. 



V. 596 

Andcrsson, G. : Den Centralj'amtskaissjon, 
IX. 678 1; Bidrag till kannedomen 
hastens forekomst i Sverige under 
stcnaldem, XVIIL 228 1; N&gra an- 
markningar om don Centralj&mtska 
issjon, XIL 428 1 ; Om flott-tcgar i Fin- 
land, XII. 538 1 ; Physische Geograpliie 
▼on Schweden, XVI. 121 f; Studier 
ofvor Finlands torfmossar, XV. 547 f ; 
Zur Pflanzongeographie dcr Arktis, 
XIX. 779 1 

, J. G. : Et bidrag till Ostcrsjons 

djurgeografl, XIX. 765 f ; Om Olaudska 
raukar, IX. 234 f; explorations of 
Bear L, XIIL 542; XVIIL 215; N&gra 
drag af Beeren Eilands Kolonisations 
historia, XVIIL 237 1 ; Winter expedi- 
tion of Antaretie to S. Georgia, XX. 405 ♦ 
, T. : Den inre omflyttningen i 



Norrland,XIL202t 
Andes (see also Cordillera) — 

Cordilleras, IL 497 ; XIV. 244 ; Andean 
Region, XIL 399; in Argentina, XII. 
469 ; in F>5Uftdor, XV IL 340 ; in Pata- 
gonia, XVI. 27; in Venezuela, XVII. 
352 ; inland chain, XVII. 3:^5 ; massif, 
XVII. 334 ; passes, XVII. 335 ; snow- 
line, XVII. 352 ; volcanic rock, XI V. 
31 

Aconcagua and Tupungato, Ascent of: 
S. Vines, XV. 196 f 

Alturas sobre el nivel del mar : A. Rai- 
mondi, XIV. 684 t 

Andeu des westlichen Kolumbiens: A. 
Hettner, IL 268 §, 280 f 

Andes al Amazonas: Recuerdos de la 
campana do Acre: J. A. Acha, XX. 

532§, 561t 
do Patagonie: M. L. Gallois, 

XVIIL 336 1 

of Bogota, The: A. Hettner, I. 



87 1 



of Peru, XVII. 339 



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AVDI8 

Aadei — conUi^ted, 
Ana den Argentinisohen Anden: J. 

Habel, IX. 342 f; Anssichten ana 

Bfidamerika : Id., X. 543 § 
Bolivian Andes : Sir M. Conway, XYIII. 

335 1 ; Exploration in : Id., XIV. 14* 
Chilenisohe Retlihu^-Expedition : P. 

Kruger, XVI. 585 1 
Climbi and Explorations: Sir W. M. 

Conway, XIV. 584 f ; XVII. 657 1 ; 

bis ascents, XIII. 73 
Confiit chilo-argentin, et les phdno- 

m^nes de Capture : C. Rabot, XVIII. 

112 1 
En la Cordillera Andina : L.V. Varela, 

Xin. 324 1 
Erosion regressive dans la chatne des 

Andes : Lapparent, XVIII. 457 t 
Estndios de orografla Andina : V. Dal- 

livian, XVI. 584 f 
Expe'dition g^log^qne dans la Cordillcre 

argentino-chilienne : L. Welirli, XV. 

196t 
g^logiqne dans la region 

andine. Rapport preliminaire : C. 

Burckhardt, XV. 181 §, 196 1 
Fitzgerald, E. A. : journey to Aconcagua 

(q.v.), VIII. 517: X. 9(5; Highest 

Andes, The, XV. 84 f 
Geological Studies: Burckhardt and 

Wehrli, XV. 181 
Geologische . . . Studien: W. Moer- 

icke, IX. 579 1 
Gletscherstndien : R. Hauthal, V. 284 f 
Maps : Cordillera de los Andes (Argen- 
tine Boundary Com.), XIX. 413 t 
Methods of Survey employed by Chilean 

Boundary Commission : A. Bertrand, 

XVI. 329 ♦ 

Moreno's Expedition in die Patago- 

nischen Auden : H. Jansen, XII. 436t 
Forschungsreiso in den Andes : 

H. Polakowsky, XII. 486 1 
Mountaineering outside Europe, I. 

Andes: E. Whymper, XI. 686 1 
Observations in ratagonian Andes: K. 

Martin, IV. 283 1 
I'asses between Chile and Argentine 

Republic: L. Brackebusch, I. 281 f 
Penitentesf elder : L. Braoksbusch, I. 

168 §, 184 1 
Photographs — Panorama of Cordillera 

de los Andes (Argentine Boundary 

Commission), XVIIi. 247; Patagonian 

Andes: H. Steffen, XV. 563 
Profil der Argentinisch-chilenischen 

Cordillere : R. Hauthal, XVIII. 457 1 
Profils g^logiques transvcrsaux de la 

Cordillcre Argentino-Chilicnne : C. 

Burckhardt, XVI. 701 1 
Reisebilder aus den Anden : L. Wehrli, 

XVII. 324t 

Reiseskizzen aus den Cordilleren von 
Llanquihue : H. Steffen, IV. 579 f 

StreifzUge in den bolivianischen Anden : 
E. Mosbach, X. 651 f 



AHDBSXFF 

AndM — Mtdinued. 
Topografla Andina: M. J. Olasooaga, 
XVIII. 335 1 
Andes, Southern (tee ciUo Patagonia)— 
Chilean expeditions, XI. 436; Photo- 
graphs: Sir M. Conway, XX. 372; 
Steffen's Journey, XII. 615 
Orographical Sketch : Sir W. M. Con- 
way, XVI. 253 1 
Patagonian Andes, X. 402 ; XL 73 
Photographs : Sir W, M. Conway, XX. 

372 
Viaie a los Andes Australes : R. Lista, 
VII. 682 1 
Andorra — 
Andorranische Frage, Die, XII. 425 f 
Andorre: F. Re'gnault, XIII. 317 1 
En Andorre : C. Romeu, XI. 190 f 
Photographs : 8. C. Southam, XV. 308, 

562 
Principaute' d* Andorre: H. Douchet, 

XI. 564 t 
Republic of the Pyrenees : J. Smith, V. 

505 1 

Andorubo tribe, E. Africa, XIX. 7 

Andrada, P. de : work in S. Africa, V. 49 

Andrade, J. : Nouvclles manifestations 

m^caniques de la rotation de la Terre, 

VII. 219 t ; Systfeme explosif propre k 

mettre en evidence la rotation du globe, 

VI. 396 t 

Andrade, E. Africa, II. 508 

Andrea : Survey of Lower Limpopo, XIII. 
536 

Andreasen, H. : map of King Charles 
lAnd, XIV. 72 

Andre, E. : Caura Affluent of the Orinoco, 
XX. 283*; Eruption at St. Vincent, 
XX. 60 •; Photographs of St. Vin- 
cent and Martinique before and after 
Eruptions, XX. 256 

Andree, S. A. : Arctic Ballooning, V. 598 ; 
Der Nordpolluftschiffer, IX. 467 1: 
Forslag till polarfard med luftballong, 

VII. 567 + ; lakttagelser under en 
ballongfard, VIL 448 1; IX. 346 1 ; 
Plan to reach N. Pole by balloon, 
VII. 206, 235; VIII. 423 f; Rapport 
angaende 1896 &rs svenska polar- 
expedition, IX. Ill t 

Expedition: »ee Arctic, Expe- 
ditions 
Andree, R. — 
Allgemeiner Handatlas, I. 478 f; H- 
573 1; XL 464 f, 692 1; XIL lilt, 
223 1, 334 1, 444 1, 550 f. 645 f ; XIII. 
103 1, 224 t, 334 f 
Biography: W. Joest, IX. 323 1 
Das zweiherrige Dorf Woltorf, X. 

547 1 

Erinneningen an Otto Eersten, XVII. 
327 1 

Geographisches Handbuch zu Hand- 
atlas : A. Soobel, V. 402 1 
Andreeff, M. N. : Ocean arctique, XV I. 

704 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



AITBSEBSV 

Andresen, P. : Die Bchleswigsohen Halli- 
gau, XII. .427 1 ; Die wirthBohaftliohe 
Eotwickelung Deotsch - Ostafrikas, 
XVII. 322 1 

Audrew volcano aud lake, £. Africa, XI. 
392 

Andrews, A. W. : Empire and Geographical 
Teaching, XV. 200 f ; Lecture to 
Teacliera on use of maps, XIX. 383; 
Physipal Conditions and Exploration as 
illustrated by Australia, XX. (572 1 ; 
Teaching of Geography in relation to 
History, IX. 427*; Use of ma))8 in 
Geography teaching, XIX. 241 f 

, C. W. : Description of Christ- 
mas Is., XIII. 17*, 559 1; expedition 
to, XII. 410 1; Monograph on, XV. 
663 1 

-, E. C. : Report on Hillgrove 



Goldfleld, XVII. 95 t ; on Kiandra Lead, 
XX. 361 1 ; on Yalwal Gold Field, XX. 

128 1 

-, W. : Diuturnal Theory of the 



Earth, XV. 558 t 
Andros : H. Hauttecceur, VII. 108 f 
Andrussoff, N. : Karabugas Basin, IX. 
461 1, 471 § ; Physical Exploration of 
Black Sea, I. 49 §; Sur Tdtat du bassin 
de la Mer noire pendant Tepoque plio- 
cene, I. 562 1 : II. 63 ; submarine ex- 
plorations of Sea of Marmora, V. 175 
Andnlngina, Madagascar, VI. 236 
Anemometers, Reports on experiments 
upon exposure of : W. H. Dines and D. 
Wilson-Barker, XIV. 233 f 
Aneroid barometer : tee Barometer 
Anert, E. E. : explorations in Manchuria, 
XL 63 

and Komaroff : Russian Expedition 

to Manchuria, IX. 557 
Angara river, Siberia, V. 151 
Angel Is., Geology : F. L. Ransome, V. 

183 1 

Anghiera, P. M. d', e le suo relazioni sulle 
scopcrta oceaniche : G. Pennesi, V. 403 f 

Angkor, ruins, Siam, II. 206, 211; VIII. 
436 

Angles — E^reuves des instruments des- 
tines aux experiences sur la decimali- 
sation des angles : Caspari, XIV. 343 f 

Anglesey, Geology of Mynydd-y-Gam : C. 
A. Ma'tley, XVII. 547 1 

Anglo-, boundaries, etc. : tee under specific 
countries 

Anglo-Jewish Association, Annual Report, 

XIV. 347 1; XX. 365 1 
Anglo-Saxon settlements in England, IX. 

76 
Anglo-Saxons of Kentucky mta. : E. C. 

Semple, XVII. 588 * 
Angmagssalik, Fra Missions og Handel 

stationen ved: C. Ryberg, XII. 216 f; 

XIII. 96 1 
Angola — 

Ambriz and San Salvador, latitudes : C. 
Sanders, XVII. 21 It 



AVGOSA 

AngnHtk— continued. 
Ancient kingdom of Kongo : T. Lewis, 

XIX. 541 ♦ 
Angola meridional : 0. Ivens, XIII. 

321 1 

und die Portugiesen : B* Forster, 

Via. 418 1 

unter portugiesischer Herr- 



schaft : B. Loser, XIII. 321 1 
Catalogue of African Plants collected 

by Dr. Welwitsch : W. P. Hiern, XI. 

93 1 : XIX. 773 1 
Colonies portugaises, Angola ; A. d'Al- 

mada Negreiros, XIX. 526 f 
Commercial development, V. 273 
Etudes sur les colonies portugaises : H. 

Hauser, XVI. 699 1 
Geographic names: H. Chatelain, II. 

278 t 
Haute-Cimb^basie, A travers la: R. P. 

E. Lecomte, XIX. 526 t 
Ideas geraes sobre a colonizacao europcia 

da provincia de Angola : P. Visoondo 

do Giriul, XIX. 771 1 
La colonic portugaise d* Angola : Rouirt', 

VU. 215 t 
L* Angola et la colonisation portugaise : 

C. Delannoy, VII. 678 1 
L'Apirtado, canal natural entre la 

Casamance et la Cacheo : C. MadroUe, 

IV. 189t 
Maps : Carta de Angola (Commissfto de 

Cartographia, Lisbon), I. 447 f ; 

XVlII.246t; Districtos de Benguela 

e Mossamedes, VII. 687 1; (Revista 

Portugal em Africa), XIX. 665 f 
Photographs : J. Moraes and J. Ferreira, 

XV. 204 
Plan'alto do sul de : E. Lecomte, XI. 199 f 
Portugiesische C/olonie Angola : P. 

Friedrich, XI. 92 f 
Portuguese C-ongo, Itineraries in : T. 

Lewis, XIX. 526 1 : we Congo 

in Angola, IX. 239 f 

Progrfes de la Colonic portugaise 

d' Angola, XVIII. 231 f 
Railways, V. 273; VIIL 498; XI. 552; 

XIV. 567 
S. interior, Baum's expedition, XIV. 665 
Strange Adventures of A. Battell of 

Leigh : E. G. Ravenstein, XIX. 745 §, 

772 t 
Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XV. 439 f ; 

XVIII. 110, 689 1 
Angoni tribe, C. Africa, I. 318; VII. 370 
Angoniland — 
Central, District of, Br. 0. Africa Pro- 
tectorate : R. Codrington, XI. 509 ♦ 
Crawshay, R. : Journey in, III. 59 
Photographs : R. Codrington, XII. 223 
Plateau of, XIX. 603 
Trip to N. Angoniland : H. C. Angus, 

XIIL 560 1 
Angora—Railway, XIII. 531 ; Trade 
(Foreign Office Ann.), XII, 630 f ; Von 
Tilsit nach : W. von Diest, XIII. 214 f 



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AKeOSTOBA 

Angoetara : see Ciodad Bolivar 
Angosturas, Cordillera do loa, Patagonia, 

IL 161 
Angot, A. : Observations m^t^orologiques 
(Congo Pran^ais), VIII. 93; Regime 
pluviomtftrique de TEurope ocoidentale, 
VIL not: X. 63i§; Variation diume de 
la d^olinaison magn^tiqae, XVII. 681 1 
Angoumois, Une paroiase autrefois en : E. 

Vinceut, XIV. 576 f 
Angra das Voltas, W. Africa, XVI. 645 
Ansni Chai, Asia Mi., Roman bridges on, 

VIII. 322, 330 
Anguilla — Report on Vital Statistics, XIV. 
681; St. Martin, etc.. Geological and 
Physical Development of: J. W. W. 
Spencer, XIX. 235 1 
Angus, H. C. : A year in Azimba and 
Chipitaland, XI. 199 f; Trip to N. 
Angoniland, XIII. 560 t 
Anhalt, Volksdichte im Herzogtum : H. 

Friichtenicht, XI. 448 f 
Ani, Die Altarmenische Huuptstadt : Gen. 

Kmhrner, VII. 213 f 
Animals, Distribution of (see also Mam- 
mals) — 
ftiHigraphical Distribution of, and 
Plants: C H. Morriam, VI. 188 §; 
Illustrated Account : J. Welsch, III. 
76 t : Lage . . . Biogeographischer 
G<jbiete; A. Jaoobi, XVIL 97 1, 
537J 
New Terms in, letter from P. L. Sclater 

on, IX. 673 
Pflanzen- und Ticrverbreitung : A. 
Klrohhoff, XVL 215 

Vertebratcd, in Zoological 



Gardens, List of, IX. 349 

-, Wild, in Africa, Preservation of. 



XVL 105 

Anjediva Is., India ; Memoria historica do 
actual estado da ilha e pra^a de Ange- 
diva, XVII. 549 1 
Anjou, Gdographie . . . de la vallce d* : 

A. de Chevigni$, XIL 426 f 
Anjou, Lieut. : journeys to New Siberia 

Is., XII. 162 
Anjouan, Le Sultanat d' : J. V. Repiquet, 

XX. 246 1 
Ankole, Uganda, IV. 350 ; XIX. 24 ; Mis- 
sionary Journey: Bp. Tucker, XVI. 
249 1 ; rata., VI. 304 
Annales do Ge'ographic : Bibliography, 

VII. 74 
Axmam — 

Conl-flolds, IL 198; People, Flora, 

Fauna, II. 193; Rivers, IL 100 
Annam central et la colonisation : F. 

Hauser, X VIIL 229 f 
Arts et les Cultes ... en Annam- 

Tonkin : C. Lemire, XII. 324 f 
Aux Monuments anciens des Kiams : 

C. Lemire, V. 180 f 
CJoast of: D. Wislicenus, IV. 187t 
Colonisation agricole en: 0. Paris, 
XII. 324 1 



ANTABOnO 

Annam — continued. 

Grottes de marbre de Tourane : D^- 

goutin, IX. 459 1 
L'autonomie communale en : P. 

d*Enjoy, XII. 431 f 
Map: Carte de I'Annam (Service 

G^o. de I'Indo-Chine), XIX. 114 1 
Mines d*or de Bong-Miu: L. de 

Saugy, XIX. 230 f 
Ngann-nann-tche-lus, Memoires sur 

TAnnam : C. Sainson, XV. 663 1 
Parker, E. H. : Report. I. 266 
Pays d' Annam: P. d'Enjoy, XIX. 

230 1 
Regime ^conomiquc de la Cote d* An- 
nam : P. do Barthelemy, XIX. 524 -f 
Yersin, A. : Surveys, I. 267 ; II. 18 
Exploration — 
Barth^Iemy, Count; journeys, XV. 

175 
Hanoi to Hue, IL 102 • 
Lemire, C. : Excursion k Hud, XIII. 

557 t 
Mcrcie, E. : De L' Annam au Mekong, 
VII. Ill t ; Exploration en Annam 
et au Laos, IX. 104 1 ; XIII. 077 1 
Annandalo, C. : Scotland in prehistoric 

timos, I. 181 1 
, N. : Siamese Malay States, 

XVL 698 1 
Annde cartographique : F. Schrader, V. 

95 1 ; VIL 342 f ; IX. 248 1 : XL 210 t ; 

XIIL 334 1 ; XV. 451 f ; XVIL 222 f ; 

XIX. 414 1 
Annenkoff, Gen. : Conference sur Tim- 

portauce de la Gdographie, VII. 119 f 
Anno Bon I., Gulf of Guinea; fauna, 

VII. 283 
Annoni, A. : Fiume e suoi dintomi, IX. 

676 1 
Annota^oes historicas : L. Cordeiro, XIV. 

689 1 
Annuairo pour TAn 1897, public par le 

Bureau des Longitudes, IX. 346 f ; 

1900, XV. 447 1 ; 1902, XIX. 663 f 
AnomaluruB of Africa, VIL 285 
Androutsdnga, Madagascar, VI. 229 
Anrique, N. ; Bibliografld Maritima Ohi- 

lena, VII. 445 1 ; Diario del Com- 

mandanto B.M. Gamero a los lagos de 

Llanquihue III. 254 f 
Anschiitz-Kaempfe : plan for reaching 

North Pole, XVII. 435; Das euro- 

paische Eismeer und ein neuer Expe- 

ditionsplan nach dem Nordpolo, XVIII. 

339 1 
Ansorge, W. J.: Under the African Sun, 

XIV. 117 t 
Antananarivo — Determination of position 
by Father Colin, III. 143 ; Geographical 
Co-ordinates of: A. Grandidier, II. 

474 1 
Antarctic — 

Analysis of waters, VII. 518; animal 

and vegetable life, profusion of, 

III. 19; Aurora Australis, XVL 



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GKNKIIAL INDKX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



ANTABCnO 

Antarotlo — eontinved, 

410 ; binU, VII. 518; colour of sea, 
VII. 512: currents, VII. 513; 
depths. III. 12; XIII. 644; early 
expeditions. III. 7; geographical 
problems, XX. 412; geology and 
physical geography, XVI. 400 ; 
glacial features, XI. 420 ; glaciers, 
XVIII. 370; ice, XVL 401; 
( Valdivia observations), XV. 526 ; 
ice-barrier, XVII. 490 ; icebergs, 
510; XVIII. 16, 373 ; ice-cap, III. 
14, 40; ice-pack, XVIII. 383 ; ice- 
sheet, III. 30; magnetism, XVI. 
408; meteorology, IIL 16; VII. 
513, 515 ; XVI. 404 ; petrels, V. 
586 ; plankton, XIII. 650 : quadrants 
(Enderby), XVIII. 24; (Ross), 

XVIII. 20 ; (Victoria) XVIII. 17 ; 
(Weddell), XVIII. 21 ; rocks and 
miiH'rols dredged. III. 11 ; sea-tem- 
peratures, III. 18; VII. 520; XIV. 
89, 45; soundings, VII. 519; 
summer. III. 36; temperature, 
mean, XIV. 417; unexplored areas, 
II. 483; volcanic nature of land, 
lU. 10; whales, VI. 507, 516, 627; 
winds, XIV. 419; zoology, XVI. 
402 

Abysmal Fauna of Antarctic Region : 

A. E. Shipley, XVIII. 645 t 
Auimal Life : W. S. Bruce, IV. 285 f 
Animaux et plantes dans TAutarc- 
tique : E. G. Racovitza, XVI. 

492 1 
Antarctic Regions, The : K. Fricker, 

XVI. 586 1 
Antarctica, Physical Geography, II. 

252* 
Antarktik : K. Frickor, XII. 637 1 

: H. Brunner, XIL 102 1 

Antarktische Forschung : A. Supan, 

XIL 102 1 
Arctic and Antarctic ; W. S. Bruce, 

XIX. 532 1 
: A. Trevor- 

Battye, X. 232 t 
Arktis und Antarktis : A. Wooikof, 

XV. 672 1 
Bathymetrical Conditions: H. Arc- 

towski,XIV. 77» 
Botanischen Ziele der Sudpolar-For- 

Bchung : F. W. Neger, XIV. 343 t, 

448 § 
Calottes glaciaires des regions antarc- 

tiques : H. Ar9towBki, XVII. 561 t 
Continent Austral, Le: A. Rainaud, 

IV. 475 1 
Das unbekannte Siidland: S. Rugo, 

VII. 337 1 
Erklarung geographischen Namen 

aus der Siidpolarwelt : E. Opper- 

mann, XIV. 231 1 
Fossils collected by Donald and 

Larsen : G. Sharman and E. T. 

Newton, XVI. 586 f 



AHTARCTIO 

Antarotie — continued. 

Geologic des regions antarctiqucs : H. 
Ar^towski, X. 231 f, 341 1 

Geologischen Probleme derAntarktis : 
E. Philippi, XIX. 660 1 

Glaciers, Sur I'ancienue extension 
des : H. Arytowski, XVL 586 1 

** Greenlandia del Sud," Nota del 
A. Faustini, X VIIL 554 1 

Ice — Origin, etc., of: K. Fricker, I. 
471 1 ; Drift-ice — Eistriften in sud- 
lichen Breiten in den letzen 20 
Jahren : L. E. Dinklage, XX. 106 §, 
129 t ; Treibeis der antarktischen 
Meere: K. Fricker, XIX. 404 f; 
Do. in hoheren siidlichen Breiten, 
XII. 438 t ; Do. in Siiden, etc. : L. 
Dinklage, X. 342 f ; XIV. 586 f 

Icebergs and Shipping Routes : H. C. 
Russell on, XIL 527 

in Southern Ocean : H. C. 

Russell, XL 687 t 

tabuluires des regions an tare - 



tiques: H. Ar9tow8ki, XVII. 680 1 
La zone polaire Australe : J. du Fief, 

VIL 682 1 
Le ** Appearaneesof land " nella zona 

polare antartica : A. Faustini, XL 

457 t, 687 t 
Lectures and treatises by German 

authors. III. 41 
Magnetic and Meteorological observa- 
tions, letter from A. Harvey on, 

XVII. 667 
Maps : S. Polar (>hart, with contours 

showing depth in fathoms: E. 

Stanford, XVIIL 318 1 : Siidpolar- 

Karte : V. von Haardt, VI. 400 f 
Marine deposits and sea- water; Sir 

J. Murray's reports, VIL 517 
Fauna of Kerguelen Region, 

etc. : Sir J. Murray, VIL ;{37 1.538§; 

Supposed resomblance between 

faunas of Arctic and Antarctic 

regions: D'Arcy Thompson, XIV. 

588 t 

Floras of Arctic and Antarctic: 



D'Arcy Thompson, XVL 587 f 
Meteorologv : Antarctic Climate : H. 
Ar9tow8ki, XIV. 413*; XIV. 
686 1; Antarktische Klima, Das: 
A. Supan, XVIIL 458 f; XIX. 
660 t ; Conditions metdorologiques 
desi regions antarctiqucs, XVII. 
680 t ; Meteorological conditions of 
S. Polar Regions : G. 1). Hubbard, 
XVIIL 458 1 ; Sudpolargebietc, Die 
erste meteorologisclie Jahresreihe 
aus dem: A. Supan, XV. 555 f; 
Note : A. IL Cocks, IV. 66 
Om antarktiska farder ooh Antarktis : 

A. Ohlin, XIII. 459 1 
Our Knowledge of: W. A. Taylor, 

XIIL4.59t 
Photographs : W. S. Bruoe, VI. 204 
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AXTABCTIO 

AnUretie — cotUinued, 

Antarotio Expedition: J. Y. 

Buchanan, XIV. 552 ♦ ; XV. 197 1 
Regions antarctiqneB, Les: A. Heil- 

prin, IX. 581 1 
Rocks, Notes on some specimens : 8ir 

A. Geikie, XVI. 586 f 
Scottish Geographical Magazine, 

Antarctic Number, XIII. 96 t 
Siidpol, Der : G. Wegener, X. 342 1 
Surviving Refugees ... of Antarctic 

life : C. Hedley, VII. 337 f 
Terra Australis Incognita: Morris, 

XIV. 586 1 
Through the First Antarctic Night : 

F. C5ook, XIV. 686 f ; XVI. 703 1 
Unbekannte Polargebiete : A. Snpan, 

IX. 581 1 
Warmevertheilung in dem Wasserder 

SUdpolaren Meere : G. Schott, XX. 

129 t 
Exploration — 

Anglo-Australasian Conference, X. 
374; fund, XVII. 82; index to 
papers. III. 40; necessity for, II. 
330; VI. 499; IX. 593; (Com- 
mittee), IV. 20 ; V. 75 ; meeting of 
the Royal Society, XL 41()*; pro- 
posals, etc., VI. 18; VIII. 542; X. 
319, 567 ; XI. 302; XII. 75 ; XIV. 
7, 342 1, 439 ; (Congratulations of 
Adelaide Geographical Society), 
XIV. 203 ; (Deputation to (govern- 
ment), XIV. 190; (Resolution by 
Congress), VIII. 292 

Antarctic and Southern exploration : 
Hon. P. G. King, XIV. 343 f 

• exploration, XI. 687 f ; H. 

Ar9towski on, XIV. 547, 548 ; A. J. 
Boyd, IX. not; W. S. Bruce, 
VIII. 19 t; A. Mault, IX. 110 f; 
Hon. C. Bowen on need of, XII. 
194; W. F. Caborne, XIII. 327 t ; 
E. von Drygalski, V. 5JK); J. W. 
Gregory, XIX. 660 t ; T. Southwell, 
VI. 585 t ; " Zero," XIII. 218 f ; 
Renewal of: J. Murray, III. 1 ♦ 

research : Sehaw, IX. 110 f 






Antarctica : H. O. Forbes, X. 125 f 

• : History of Antarctic 

discovery: E. S. Balch, XVIU. 

339t 
Argentine Government's grant for 

magnetic research, XVII. 670 
Aufgabe und Stand der Sudpolar- 

forschung: R. Mewes, X. 123 f 
Aufgaben der Forschung am Nordpol 

und Siidpol: E. von Drygalski, 

XL 572 t 
Auf zum Siidpol : G. von Neumayer, 

XIX. 238t, 362 § 
Bellingshausen, 1819-1821, Discovery 

of Alexander I. and other Islands : 

F. A. Cook, XVIIL 237 f 
Cook, F. A. : proposed expedition, 

III. 63 



AKTABOnC 

Antaretio— oonttnuMl. 

Erforschung des Dirk Gerritz-Archi- 

pels: H. Wichmann, VIU. 422 1 ; 

Ditto : J. Petersen, VII. 447 f 
Expe'ditions qui ont pr^de' celle de 

la Belgica : A. de Crerlache, XVII. 

96 1 

Exploration of Antarctic Lands : H. 
Ar9tow8ki, XVII. 150 ♦, 680 1 

From Edinburgh to the Antarctic : 
W. G. Bum-Murdoch, V. 92 t, 174 § 

Fiinfzehn Monate im sudlichen Eis- 
meer: A. Stefan, XVI. 586 1 

Geographischen Erforschung der 
Siidpolarregion : M. Lindeman, X. 
123 t, 231 1 

International Co-operation in Ant- 
arctic Research : H. Ar^towski on, 
XVL 689 

Ja9on: Abstract of Journal kept 
by Capt. C. A. Larsen, IV. 333 • ; 
Die Reise des Jaton und der 
Hertha in das Antarktische 
Meer, 1893-94: J. Petersen, VI. 
99 1; Larsens* antarktische For- 
schung, VII. 337 1; Nogle opteg-^ 
nelser af ssel og hvalfanger Jcuow 
reise i Sydishavet: C. A. Larsen, 
V. 285 1 

Markham, Sir C. R., VI. 394 1, 585 1 ; 
XII. 1 ♦ ; XIV. 473* ; ArcHc and 
Antarctic Exploration, VI. 99 1; 
Aufgaben der geplanten Siidpolar 
Expeditionen, XVI. 128 1; Con- 
siderations respecting Routes for 
an Antarctic Expedition, XVI II. 
13 ♦ ; Promotion of further discovery 
in Arctic and Antarctic, X. 124 f 

Mill, H. R. : Antarctic R(*search, XI. 
672 1; XIL 381; Projects for 
Antarctic Exploration, VIII. 194 1 

Neumayer : Recent Explorations, III. 
350 1 ; on discovery, V. 589 

Norwegian Whaling Expeditions, I. 
172, 362, 450 •; II. 18, 69, 465; 
IIL 238, 336, 519 

Plans for reaching South Pole: G. 
Grosvenor, XIV. 586 1 

Ross, Sir J., expedition, 1839, IX. 592 

Scientific Advantages of an Antarctic 
Expedition, Addresses : J. Murray 
and others-, XL 572 f, 687 t 

Spedizioni polari antarctiche: G. 
Pini, XIV. 586 f 

Studio preliminare per una Stazione 
Geograflca Italiana nelle region i 
polari antartiche : G. Roncagli, V. 
285 t 

Siidpolarforschung, Ueber: G. Neu- 
mayer, VIII. 422 t 

Sydpolarforskuingeus nuvarande 

Stallning och mal : O. Nordon- 
skjold, XVI. 128 t 

Th&tigkeitsbericht . . . f ttr die Sttd- 
polar-Forschung : Neumayer, XI. 
572 1 



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41ITAB0TIO 

Antarotio — continued. 

Verso il Polo Sud : P. Gribaudi, 

XIII. 327 1 
Zuid-Pool ondcrzoek; J. Knys, IX. 

not 

Zur Siidpolarforschang : F. Mewius, 

Vn. 447 t 
Belgian Expedition, V. 82 ; VIII. 180 ; 

X. 331, 041; XIL 319; XIIL 8, 

542, 650 ; XIV. 7 
Apcr9u Bur les Observatiooa m^t^ro- 

logiquesde r^xpdditionAntarotiqae 

bel^e : H. Ar^towski, XVIII. 237 1, 

458t 
Bur les Recherchea oceano- 

graphiqneB de VExpedition Ant- 

arctique beige : H. Ar^towski, 

XVIII. 339 t 

Aurores australes observ^oB k bord de 
la Belffiea, Bur lea variations 
p^riodiques des: H. Ar9tow8ki, 

XIX. 404 1 

Depart de Texp^ition antarctiqne 

beige, XI. 102 f 
Expedition Antarctiqne beige, XIV. 

231 1, 343 1; XVI. 492 1; XIV. 

(i80 t ; G. Locointe, XV. 93 f 
Ezpeditiunca Antaroticil Belgianft: 

E. (1. Racovittt, XVIII. 237 f 
G^grapliie physique do la region 

antarctiquo visitec par I'Exp^itiou 

de la Belgiea : H. Argtowski, XVI. 

492 1 
Hydrographio dans le d^troit de la 

Belgioa : G. Lecointe, XVI. 492 f 
II prime sverno nellc region! polari 

antarctiche : R. Gribaudi, XVIII. 

555 t 
Inter^t scientiflque de T expedition 

antarctiqne beige : J. Delaite, VIII. 

194 1 
Letters : H. Ar<jtowBki, XIX. 388 ; J. 

Leclercq, XIX. 519 ; R. Pelseneer, 

XIX. 387 
Meteorologischen Beobachtungen : J. 

Hann, XV. 197t 
Note Bur lea pli^noinbnea cr<^pu8cn- 

] aires observi^a k bord de la 

Belgiea: H.'Ar^towaki, XX. 249 t 
Quelquca reaultata de Texpedition 

an tarctique beige : M. Zimmermann, 

XIX. 531 1 
Quinze mois dans V An tarctique : A. 

de Gerlacho, XVIII. 045 f 
Rapport Bur les recherchea oc^no- 

graphiquea: H. Ar^towaki, XV. 

.555 t 
Relation aommairc du voyage de la 

Belgiea: A. de Gerlache, XVII. 

96 1 
Re'sultats du Voyage du S.Y. Bdaiea : 

H. Ar^towaki et J. Thoulet, A.IX. 

404 1, 778 1 
Reaultata g^n<^raux : E. Raoovitza, 

XV. 443 t, 539 § 
Sediments marins: H. Ar^towski ct 



ANTABOTIO 

Antarotie — eontinued. 

A. F. Renard, XVIIL 339 f; XX. 

129 1 
SpongiairesdeVexpe'ditionantarctique 

beige et la bipolaritd dee faunes : £. 

Topsent, XVII. 561 f 

Travaux scientifiques de rExpddition 

antarctique beige: G. Lecointe, 

XVLl28t,492t 
Voyage de la Belgiea : A. de Gerlacho, 

XIX. 778 1 ; XX. 448 § 
Voyage of the Bdqiea during 1897, 

1898, and 1899: H. Ar9towski, 

XVIL 353 * 
Borchg^evink's expeditions — 
Antarctic, VL 461 ; VIL 205,325; 

VIIL14; XIV. 53 
Antaretie's Reise til Sydishavet eller 

Nordmiendenes Landing paa Syd 

Victoria Land : L. Kristensen, VIII. 

422 1 
Cruise of the Antaretie : H. J. Bull, 

VIII. 422 1 
Den sidste antarctiskc reise : C. E. 

Borchgrevink, IX. 466 1 
Die Mcteorologischen Beobachtungen 

der Antarctic im siidlichen Eis- 

mecre : A. Supan, VI. 585 f 
Journal of Right- Whaling Cruise of 

the Antarctic under command of L. 

Kriatenaon, VIII. 422 1 
Map of track to Victoria Land: L, 

Kriatenaen, VI. 400 1 
Rooka collected by C. E. Borchgrevink, 

Notea on : T. David, W. F. Smeeth, 

and J. A. Schofield, IX. 110 1 
Voyage to the Antarctic : C. E. Borch- 
grevink, V. 583 1 
Southern Crou, XL 306; XIL 195, 

421 ; XIII. 8, 75, 4:^ ; XIV. 8, 438 ; 

return, XV. 539 
Antarctiake expedition : C. E. Borch- 
grevink, XIII. 327 1 
lk)rcligrevink8 antarktiache Expedi- 
tion auf dem SoutJicm Oroee^ XV. 

197t 
Borcligrevink*8 Sudpolar-Expedition : 

F. Mewius and Supan, XVIL 

96 1 
Convoraazione at Town Hall, Hobart, 

XVIL 501 1 
Dio Antarktiache Expedition des 

Southern Crow : C. E. Bordigrevink, 

XVIL 680 1 
Firat on the Antarctic Continent : C. 

E. Borchgrevink, XVIL 561 1 
Report on Collectiona of Natural 

Hi8tory,XX. 362t, 645§ 
Southern Gross Expedition, 1899-1900 : 

0. E. Borchgrevink, XVL 381*, 

569; XVIL 96 1 
To the H. Polar Regiona: L. Bemacchi, 

XVIIL 527 §, 554 1 
Britiah — Bahena and Active, II. 429*; 
CJruiae of: W. S. Bruce and C. W. 
Donald, VIII. 422 f ; Balsena : W. S. 



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AVTABOTIO 

Bruce, VU. 502 • ; The AcHve : 0. W. 
Donald, VIL 625 ♦ 

National Expedition, XII. 75 ; XIII. 
9, 425, 529 ; XVI. 98, 598 ; arrange- 
ments, XVIII. 5 ; committee, V. 76 ; 
congratulations from Adelaide 
branch of R.G.8. of Australasia, 
XIV. 208; deputation to govem- 
ment,XIV. 190; L. W. Longstars 
donation, XIII. 425. 558; 8ir C. 
R. Markham on, XVIII. 339 1; 
R R. Mill on, XVIII. 408; 
progress, XIX. 222, 435 ; XX. 1 ; 
prospects, XVI. 8; Work of: J. 
W. Gregory, XVIII. 237 1; i>t»- 
eorery, launch, XVII. 523; list of 
officers, XVIII. 275; XIX. 448; 
instructions to Commander, XVIII. 
154; XX. 212; instructions to 
Director of Civilian Scientific Staff, 
XVIII. 158 ; Manual for use of Expe- 
dition, ed. G. Murray, XVIII. 339 1 ; 
departure, XVIII. 275; With the 
DUcortry to Madeira: H. R. Mill, 
XVIII. 395 • ; voyage south, XVIII. 
538; arrival at Lyttelton, XIX. 97, 
102 ; Voyage southward of the Dit- 
eovery : fl. R. Mill, J. Murray, and 
Sir C. R. Markham, XIX. 417 ♦ 

Morning, relief ship, XIX. 446, 452, 
764 ; XX. 4 ; departure, XX. 209 ; 
arrival at Lyttelton, XX. 648 

Scottish National Expedition, XVI. 
255 1 ; XVIII. 539 ; XX. 438 ; W. S. 
Bruce on, XIX. 404 f ; XX. 673 1 ; 
departure, XX. 659 
German, VL 574; IX. 649; XI. 439; 
XIII. 9, 406 ; Imperial Decree, 

XVIII. 529; launch of ship, XVIL 
536 ; H. R. Mill on, X VIIL 409 ; 
progress, XIX. 97, 222, 641 ; XX. 5 

Erster Bericht des Leiters der 
Deutschen Siidpolar-Expedition, 

XIX. 531 1 
Expeditionsschiff fur die geplantc 

dcutsche Stidpolar-Forschung, XV. 

197 1, 301 t 

Deutsche Expedition der Sud-Polar 
Region, VII. 337 f 

Deutsche Sudpolar-Expedition, XVI. 
255 1; O. Baschin, XIX. 6<50t: 
Kretschmer, XVIL 680 f ; E. Ober- 
hummer, XIV. 281 1; XX. 129t 

auf 

dem Schiff Qauu unter Leitung 
von E. von Drygalski, XX. 223 §. 
471 1, 562 1 

, Plan 

und Aufgaben tier: E. von Dry- 
galski, XV. 443 1 

Geplante Dcutsche Siidpolar-Ex- 
pedition, XIII. 567 t 

German Antarctic Expedition : E. 
von Drygalski, XV. 444 t; XVIII. 
279 ♦ ; W. S. Bruce, XVIII. 646 t 



AHTHBOPOeEOOBAFKT 

Antarotio— otmtinuecl. 

Taufe des Deutschen Sudpolarschiffes 

»* Gauss," XVIII. 339 f 
Ueber die Bedeutung der Deutschen 
Siidpolar-Expedltion : E. von Dry- 
galski, XV. 197 1 
Von der Deutschen Sudpolar-Ex- 
pedition: E. YOU Drygalski, XIX. 
404 1, 531 1, 660 1, 778 t ; G. Schott, 
XX. 362 1. 673 1; Fischereiver- 
suche : E. Vanhoffen, XVII. 561 f 
Zweiter Bericht der Goographischen 
Gesellschaft in Milnchen: E. 
Oberhummer, XVII. 661 f 

Thatigkeitsbericht der 

Deutschen Kommission fiir .die 
Siidpolar-Forschung : G. von Neu- 
mayer, XIX. 660 f 
Valdivia expedition, XIII. 640*; 
Dcutsche Tiefseo-Expedition, auf 
dem Vdldivia im siidlichen Eismeer : 
G. Schott, XVL 491 t; Haupt- 
ergebnisse der: A. Supan, XIV. 
231 1 ; »ee aUo Oceanography 
Sweilish : Nordenskjold, V. 488 ; XV. 
287 ; XVIII. 448, 627 : XIX. 761 ; 
Progress, XX. 6, 498 
Die Schwedische Siidpolar- Expedi- 
tion : H. Wichmann, AX. 562 f 
Swedish Antarctic FIxpedition : O. 

Nordenskjaid, XX. 362 f 
Winter Expedition of the Antarctic to 
S. Georgia : J. G. Andersson, XX. 
405* 
Antaretic, Exploring ship, XIV. 53; 
XVIII. 448; tee dUo Antarctic and 
Arctic. 
Antarctica, Physical Geography, II. 252 ♦ 
Antari's, capital and people, VI. 304 
Anthills, Cape York Pen. : R. L. Jack, X. 

231 1: Somaliland, XI. 41 
Anthony, H. M., and J. A. R. Munro: 
Explorations in Mysia, IX. 150*, 
256* 
Anthropogeography, study of, VI. 375; 
works on, XII. 421 
Anthropogeographie : F. Ratzel, XIV. 

124 1 
Anthropogoographisohe Beitrage : F. 

Ratzel, VI. 586 f 
Beitrag zur Anthropogeographie 

Doutschlands : G. Taute, VIII. 411 1 
Binnenseen und der Mensch : W. Halb- 

fass, XX. 364 f 
Br. New Guinea, Studies in Anthropo- 

goography : A. C. Haddon, XVI. 

265 \ 414 • 
Caract^res de TEvolution et do la 

Regression des Socic'tes : Y. Guyot, 

XX. 564 1 
Causes qui ont amend la difforenciatiou 

des Socidtes humaines : G. d'Alviella, 

XX. 131 1 
Census-taking and its limitations : J. 

A. Baines, XVI. 131 t 
Conditions geographiques des fails 



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AKISBOPOGXOOBAPHT 

Aathropogeograpliy — eontinued. 

sooiaas: : P. Viidal de la Blache, XIX. 

781 t 
Deyelopment of Habitable Lands : H. R. 

Mill, XV. 652 § ; XVL 131 f 
Education des indigent: P. Vidal de 

la Blache, X. 234 f 
Einwirkung dea Mensohen anf die 

Natnr : F. Tamborini, XIX. 240 f 
Goografia del prescnte e dell* avvenire 

oaaia ctnografia, etc. : G. Tome', XV. 

90 t 
Geographiscbe Metbode in der Etbno- 

graphie : F. Ratzel, X. 234 f 
Homme et la Terre cultiveo : J. Brunbes, 

XVL 131 1 
Influence of Geograpbic Environment : 

C. Mindeleff, X. 234 f 
Lage der menscblichen Ansiedelung- 

en: A. Hettner, VII. 118 t 
Man and bis markets : L. W. Ijyde, IX 

not 

and bis work : A. J. and F. D. 

Herbertson, XIV. 588 f 

New Lands: H.R.Mill. XVI. 5G8§,592t 
Primitive Nature Studv : A. P. ( 'bamber- 

lain, XVI. 590 f 
Races et le milieu ambiant : C. Lombroso, 

XIL 104 1 
Study on Antbropogeograpby of Cor- 
sica : Ratzel, XV. 58 
Tropics, Man in tbe, K. Daiibler on, 

VIL :^9 
Upper Nile Region, E. do Martonno 

on, X. 95 
"Wirtscbaftlichon Typen der Ansied- 

clungen: A. Hettner, XIX. 781 f 
Anthropology — 
Abbangigkeit der Nervenreizbarkeit 

der Volker, etc. : R. Mcwcs, XI. 

207 1 
Antbropological Study of N. Pacific, 

IX. 5G8 : X. 039 ; XIV. JMi ; XIX. 

215; Polar Basin, II. 337; Queries, 

VII. 304 
.^ Expedition to Torres 

Straits and Sarawak, XIV. 302 

Institute of Great 



Britain and Ireland, Index to Publi- 
cations: G. W. Bloxam, II. 381 f 

Investigations . . . 



Cbildren of New York Juvenile 
Asylum: A. Hrdlicka, XIV. 4«1 f 

Investigations in tbe 



Alps and Caucasus : V. Dingelstedt, 
XIX. 533 1 
Anthropologisclies .... aus dem 
Dsobaggalande : A. Widenmann, XV. 

82 t 
Antbropology of Brittany : P. Topiiiard, 

X. 54Ct 
of Todas and Kotas of 

Nilgiri Hills; E. Tburston, VIII. 

529 1 
Antropologia della stirpe Camitica : G. 
Sergi, X. 178, 552 t 



AmOOBTI 

Aalliropdlogy — continued. 

Australasian Anthropological Journal, 
IX. 113 1 

Bulletin, vol. ii. No. 1, Madras (Govern- 
ment Museum: E. Thurston, IX. 

680 1 
Classification of Human Race, IIL 126 

Demeter und Baubo: E. Hahn, XII. 

104 1 
Dendrophoria : J. S. Pben^, XI. 207 1 
Dreigliederung des Menschengesch- 

lecbtes : W. Koppen, VI. 394 f 
Earliest Traoes of Man: Sir H. H. 

Howortb, XIX. 239 f 
Eight Anthropological pamphlets, V. 

399 1 
Ethnology : A. H. Eeane, VII. 438 § 
Femme dans la oolonisation : G. Lemire, 

VIL list 
History of Mankind: F. Ratzel, VII. 

118 t; XIII. 569 t 
liiving Races of Mankind : H. Hutchin- 
son. J. W. Gregory, and R. Lydekker, 

XIX. 5.33 1 
Malaiques ot Am^ricaines, Races : E. T. 

Hamy, IX. 583 t 
Man on the ecu'tb, etc. : L. W. I^yde, 

VII. 340 1 
1 paat and present : A. H. Keane, 

XIV. 124 1, 449 § 
, the primeval savage . . . from 

. . . Bedfordshire to Blaokwall: W. 

G. Smith, III. 435 f 
Mediterranean Race; Study of Origin 

of European Peoples: G. Sergi, 

XVIII. 342 1 
Memoirs of International Congress of 

Anthropology: C.S. Wake, V. 186 1 
** Nation " as an Element in : D. G. 

Brinton, IV. 471 1 
Origin of Mankind: L. BUohner, III. 

256 1 
Progress of Mankind : E. Reel us, IX. 

345 1 

Race Negrito et sa distribution geo- 
graphique: L. Lapicquo, IX. 113 f 

Races et les Peuples de la Terre : J. 
Deniker, XVI. 493 1 

Rechercbes anthropologiques dans 
I'Asie occid. : E. Chantre, VIIL 92 f 

Relations des Blancs avec les Indi- 
genes, IX. 345 1 

Reprints of four papers : D. G. Brinton, 

V. 399 1 

Sia and Tiisayan Snake Ceremonials: 

J. W. Fewkes, VIL118t 
Varieties of Human Species : G. Sergi, 

VI. 200 1 

Zigeuner, Die : G. Cora, IX. 583 f 
Anti-Atlas range, V. 325 
Antibes, liC port et le quartier maritime 

d* : M. Vinson, XVI. .570 f 
Anticoeti, XIII. 456 1 : Surveys, II. 23 

Anticosti : N. I^e Vasseur, X. 552 f 

, Esquisse historique et geo- 

graphique : N. Le Vasseur, X. 552 f 



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AimOTOLOHSS 

Auticvclones, Moving, in 8. Hemiephere : 
H. C. RuBsell, IV. 89 f 

Anticyclonic Systems and their Move- 
ments: H. E. RawBon, XU. 688 f 

Antifer, Le Cap, et la carte d'etat-major : 
J. Filon, IX. 676 t ; XI. 680 1 

Antigua — 
Climatology of: W. H. Alexander, 

XVIII. 553 t 
On (reological and Physical Develop- 
ment of: J. W. W. Spencer, XIX. 

235 t 

Seasonal variations in climate of : H. H. 
Kimball, XVIII. 553 1 

Tree*plantingi and care of pastures in : 
Hon. F. Watts, XVIL 94 f 
Anti-Lebanon mts., II. 168 
Antilia Island, V. 223, 234; IX. 191 
Antillean Continent, J. W. Spencer on 

restoration of, V. 385; Snbregion of 

Neotropical Region, V. 475 
Antilles — 

Antillean volcanoes: W J McGeo, 
XX. 470 1 

Cataclysme volcanique des Antilles : 
C. Vflain, XX. 360 f 

Catastrophe aux Petites Antilles : J. du 
Fief. XX. 561 f 

Evolution of the Antilles : J. D. Fal- 
coner, XX. 470 1 

Exploration aux : P. Vibert, VII. 335 f 
Antinoe, Fouilles d' : A. Gayet, X. 649 f 
Antinosl Country, Madagascar: J. T. 

Last, VI. 227 ♦ 
Antipaxos : see Paxos 
Antipodal areas of the Earth, XIII. 227 
Antipodcn, Unsere : K. Peucker, VI. 394 f 
Antipodes, Fleurs des: R. P. Cognet, 

XIII. 684 t 
Antipodes Is., Cast away on : J. R. Chap- 
man, V. 91 1 
Antitaurus und in Cilicien, Chantrcs 

Reisen im, XIV. 226 1 
Antivari, Montenegro, IV. 391 
Antlitz der Krdc, Das : E. Sucss (French 

cd.). XI. 321 t, 440 § 
Antofagasta, S. America, XV II. 337 
Anton, G. K.: La regime foncior dans 

TEtat independant du Congo, XV I. 

580 f; ParallMe entre la colonisation 

modeme et la colonisation sous I'ancien 

regime, XI. 685 t 
Antonelli, P. : Al Salto GuayrtL. IX. 108 1 
Antoniadi: Voyage en Laponie, VIII. 

528 1 
Antropoff, E. A. : Financial and Statistical 

Atlas of Russia, XIII. 222 f 
Anty, P. B. d' : see D^Anty 
Antze, G. : Revision der Oberflachen- 

stromungen des nord-atlantischen 

Ozeans auf Grund der Triftph'inomene, 

XIX. lU 
Anuak tribe, E. Africa, XVII. 501 ; XX. 

643 
Anuario dc la Real Academia de Ciencias 

Exactas, Fisicas y Naturales, VI. 102 f 



APftOHEBON 

Anuchin, D. I. : Lakes in region of sources 
of Volga and W. Dwina, XIIL 319 1 

Anversois, Notes . . . des emigrations 
anciennes des : F. Don net, IX. 573 f 

Anville, d' ; Boundaries in Guiana, VII. 
279 ; Biography : W. Wolkenhauer, X. 

655 1 
Anyika tribe, C. Africa, III. 60 
Anysberg, S. Africa ; geological formation, 

XX. 630 
Anz, W. : Durch die Halbinsel Schantung 

von Tschif u nach Tsingtau, XVII.446 f ; 

importance of Kiauchou, XI. 434 ; Rou- 

tenaufbahme zwischen Tschifu und 

Kiautschou, XVII. 221 1 ; Tschifu und 

Umgebung, XVII. 320 1 
Aodeli mis. and tribe, S. Arabia, XII. 60 
Aoranei : see C'Ook Mt. 
Apaluk pass, Chitral, I. 52 
Apoheron, Mineral Oil Industry : B. Stern, 

L83t 
Apennines — 

Der Appenin : W. Deecke, I; 179 1 

Division between N. and C. : G. Roggero, 
ly. 280 t 

Divisions tra rApponnino Settcntrionalo 
e il Centrale : G. Roggero, X. 451 f 

Entwickelungsgcschichte der Appcn- 
ninen-Halbiusel : T. Fischer, X. 633 §; 

XL88t 
Geological Study: C. do Stefani, I. 

466t 
Per gli Appennini : L. F. de Magistris, 

XI. 449 1 
Ploistocanen Landseon des Apennins: 

W. Deecke, XV. 434 f 
Vztah poloostrova Appenninsk^o ku 

Balkdnskemu: S. F. Nerad, XIV. 

224 1 
Apianus, Maps of, H. Wagnor on, I. 560 
Apollonia lake and town, Asia Mi., IX. 

151 ; history, IX. 153 
Appalachian mts., XIIL 513 

Appalachian Barrier, Influence upon 
Colonial History : E. C. Semplo, IX. 

578 1 

Mountain Club, Topogra- 
phical Work, I. 462 

Former Extension of: J. C. Brannor, 

XI. 97t 
Geomorphology of: C. W. Hayes and 

M. R. Campbell, IV. 190 1 
Map of New England and E. New York, 
locating prominent summits, I. 470 f 
Northern : B. Willis, XI. 201 f 
Physical Geography of a Northern 
Section of: J. A. Dresser, XVII. 451 f 
Southern : C. W. Hayes, XI. 202 f 
Appareil destin^ k mesurer les hauteurs 
atteintes par les aerostats : L. Cailletet, 
XL 106 1 
Appledore, nipped foreland near, IX. 543 
Applcton: General Guide to U.S. and 

Canada, I. 86 f 
Apscheron, Halbinsel : F. A. Rossmassler, 
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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



AFUUA 

Apulia — 
L*orografia dello Puglic, etc. : C. do 

Giorgi, X. 451 1 
SiodlangBkundlichc Studio ilbcr Apa- 

lien : T. Fischer, XX. 465 1 
Bulla Plastica e la Geologia della 
Regiono Puglieee : 0. Bertacchi, 
XIV. 331 1 
Apure river. S. America, XVII. 361 
Aquileja (Autricho) : E. A. Martcl, XVII. 

443 1 
Aquitanien in der Romorzeit : O. Hirsch- 

feld, VIII. 647 f 
Arabft, Wadi al, XX. 653 
Arabia — 

Abysses of calcareous deposit, VI. 125; 
Ancient Connections iinth E. Africa, 

II. 44; Austrian Exhibition, XII. 
521 ; Fertile valleys, VI. 121 ; Fuljes, 
IX. 295; XV. 30; Inhabitants, IV. 
321 : Relations with Abyssinia, IX. 
316; Unexplored areas, II. 489; 
Vegetation, IV. 331 

Arabia and Abyssinia in Ancient Times : 

J. W. M'Crindle, VII. 570 t 
, Cradle of Islam : 8. M. Zwomer, 

XVL574t 
Arabica: Comto do Landbcrg, VI. 

484 1 ; XIV. 333 f 
Austrian Expedition to Sokotra and, 

XIIL 638 • 
Bent, J. T., and Mrs., II. 457; IV. 

457; V. 107, 379; Exploration in 

Fadhli and Yafci countries, XII. 41 ♦; 

of Frankincense Countrv, VI. 109*; 

8. Arabia, XV. 295 f : XVI. 101 § 
BoBUch von Lahadj in SUdarabien: O. 

Baumann, V. 180 1 
Deserts of N. Arabia, A. Musil's ex- 
plorations, XX. 101, 653 
Hcin, Dr. : expedition, XIX. 370 ; XX. 

226 
Journal of excursion in Oman : 8. B. 

Miles, VII. 522 » 
Journey to Jof and back : A. Forder, 

XX. 619 • 
Map of Country of the Arabian Horse : 

Major-Gcn. Tweedie, IV. 477 1 
Quelquos notes snr TArabic : Ikkron A. 

d'Avril,XVin. 635t 
Reise nach Innerarabien, 1893 : Baron 

E. Nolde, V. 604t 
Reisen in SUd-Arabien, etc. : L. Uin»ch, 

IX. 459 1 ; X. 438 § 
Structure geologique de TArabio l*ctr^o 

et dc la I'alestine : E. Hull, V. 87 f 
Siidarabischo Expedition: C. Graf 

Landborg, XIV. 224 f, 678 f ; D. H. 

Miiller, XIV. 333 1 
Through Turkish Arabia : H. 8. Cowper, 

III. 317 1 
Arabic — 

Bcduinendialekte Innerafrikas : G. 

Kampfmeyer, XVI. 581 1 
Grammar, II. 383 f 
Praktiflches Lehrbuch der Arabischen 



AftABAT 

Arable — oojUinued. 

Umgangssprache syrischcn Dialekts : 
A. Seidcl, V. 186 f 
Self-taught : C. A. Thimm. XV. 91 f 
Arabkir to Kharput, road, VIII. 829 
Arabs — architecture and palaces in 
Hadramut valley, IV. 823 ; conquest 
of Jerid, XI. 606 ; in African coloniza- 
tion, VII. 878 ; in C. Africa, V. 443, 
445; in Egypt, XX. 506; in Oman, 
Til. 533; invasion of Makran, VII. 
391 ; of Awktd AH tribe, XX. 503 ; 
of Tarhnna, IX. 635; slave-traders 
on Congo, V. 427 
Die altere geographische Littoratur 
der Araber : P. Sonwarz, X. 234 f 
Arad, I^and und Leate des Comitates: 

Janko, VII. 561 1 
AragRo, A. C. F. de : Vasw da Gama o a 

Vidigueira, XII. 219 1 
Arago medal presented to A. d*Abbadic, 

IX. 227 
Arak el Amir, Arabia, V. 2 
Arakan, N., and Yawdwin Chin Hills, 
History of operations in : G. C. Rigby, 
XI 1 1. 90 1 ; Arracan expedition, 1825, 
XVI. 365 1 
Arakan Yoma range, Burma, XI. 546 
Aral, Sea of— 
Bergs Erforsc'hung des Aralsees in 
Sommer 1900 : N. V. Scidlitz, XVIIL 
86, 229 1 
Cartograpiiy of, letter from D. Aitoff, 

XX. 110 
Changes of level, I-.. 8. Berg*s obser- 
vations, XVIII. 531 ; XIX. 603 
Hvdrological Explorations : L. 8. Berg, 

XX. 354 t 
Journey to: L. S. Berg, XVIII. 548 1 ; 

XVIII. 619 § 

Soespioj^elskhwankun^en, etc. : A. 

Wo<ikow, XVIII. 531 §; XIX. 397 t 

Sketch of Plivsical (Geography : L. 8. 

Borg, XIX.*768 t 

Aralo-Caspian Region, Area of River 

Basins, XI. itS; Ueber das diluviale 

aralokaspisehe Meer : H. Sjogren, VI. 

97 t 

Aramaya, Sefior : remarks on " Explora- 
tions in Bolivian Andes," XIV. 81 ; on 
"8. America; Outlines of its Physical 
Geography," XVII. 408 

Aran Is., Ethnographv of: A. C. Haddou 
and C. R. Browne, 11. 561 f ; IV. 59 § 

Aran, Val d', et les sources de la Garonne : 
L. F. Viala, XI. 566 1 

Arana, D. B. : La Cucstion do Ijimites 
cntre Chile i la Ropublica Arjentina, 

VII. 217 1 
Aransas Pass, Texas ; Eflforts ma<le to 

demonstrate practicability of reaction 
breakwater at : L. M. Haupt,XVI. 253 f 
Ararat — 
Ararat: E. Chantre, III. 159 f 
: W. Rickmer-Rickmers, VII. 

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A&ABAT 

Aiaimt — wiUinued. 

Ararat, Mt. : A. Ivanovsky, XI. 196 f 

, Der : M. EbeliDg, XVI. 247 1 

Besteigung des Ararat: A. Oswald, 

XVi. 698 1 
H. F. B. Lynoh's ascent, II. 458 
Pastachow*B ascent, V. 381 ; Pastochow's 
Besteigung dos Ararats: N. von 
Seidlitz, V. 180 f 

Araometer im Atlantiscbcn nnd im 
StiUen Ozean : A. Kramer, XIV. 688 f 

Aranca river, S. America, XVII. 363 

Aravalli mts., India, III. 171 

Arawatta, Br. Guiana, V. 838 

Arbery, G. J.: Handbook of Military 
Photography, XV. 304 f 

Arbo, C. O. E. : Er der forg&et nye invan- 
dringer i Norden ? XVI. 120 f ; Fort- 
satte Bidrag til Nordmandenes Anthro- 
pologi, IX. 678 1; XIV. 112 1; Udsigt 
. . . Norges anthropologiske forbold, 
VII 489 f 

Arbore tribe, E. Africa, VIII. 224 

Arc Measarement, Trans-contincntal ; 
E. D. Preston on. XI. 300 

of Meridian, Measurements of an, 1a. 

Bassot on, I. 72 ; Salle misure di Arco 
di Meridiano: O. Zanotta-Bianoo, X. 
459 t ; rc-measurements : see Quito and 
Spitsbergen 

of 98th Meridian, Plan for Inter- 
national measurement of: H. S. 
Pritchett, XV. 556 1 

Arcachon — 
Bassin d' : C. Duflfart, IX. 835 t 
Basin of, Gironde: J. Thoulet, I. 

265 § 
Gutes des Landos et bassin d' Arcachon : 

Hautreux, IX. 335 f 
Forest of: P. Kauffman, L 180 f 

Arcadia (Greece) — Voyage en Arcadio: 
M. Fougeres, XVIII. 632 f 

Arch Qv Waterfall cave, Ireland, X. 504 

Archflsan Rocks, Origin and Evolution of: 
A. R. C. Sclwyn, XI. 206 f 

ArchoBological Report : D. Boyle ; Appen- 
dix to Report of Minister of Education, 

Ontario, VIIL 418 1 
— ^— ^— Studies among Ancient 

Cities of Mexico : W. H. Holmes, VIII. 

191 t 
Archiag^nano group of volcanoes, Italy, X. 

416, 425 
Archinard, Col.: Lo Campagne 1892-93 

au Soudan fran9ai8, VII. 332 f ; VIII. 

177 § 
Archipelago — Frage nach der Entstoliung 

des ost- and westindischen Archipcis: 

KMartin, VIII. 42.5 1 
Architecture — Ilausforscbung, etc. : K. 

Rhamm, IX. 670 f ; History of: J. 

Ferguason, IV. 471 f 
Arco Felice, Lake Avernus, X. 420 
Aretie — 

Depth of seas, VIII. 279, 390 ; IX. 476, 
510, 519 ; Fauna and Flora, II. 341 ; 



ABono 

AroUo — continued. 

Geology, II. 340; Ice conditions 
XIII. 139; Post-Tertiary Peposits, 
V. 374 ; Region of N. America, II. 
495 ; River systems, II. 334 (areas 
of basms), XI. 62 ; XII. 182 ; Storms, 

VIII. 547 ; Summer, II. 342 ; Tem- 
peratures, IX. 499, 513 ; XIV. 38, 
40, 44; Tundra, II. 335; Unex- 
plored areas, II. 482, 496 

Abords dii pole : J. Peroohe, XX. 673 1 
Arctic and Antarctic : W. S. Bruce, 

XIX. 532 1 

Arctic and Antarctic: A. Trevor- 

Battye, X. 232 f 
Arctic Pilot: J. P. Maclear, XIX. 

779 1 ; vol. i. : H. S. Penn, XIII. 

218 1 
Arktis und Antarktis: A. Wocikof, 

XV. 672 1 
Auroral Observations . . . Franz 

Josef Land : E. B. Baldwin, XVIII. 

555 t 
Blandt Nordpolens Naboer : E.Astrup, 

IX. 466 1 

C&I&torio in rcgiunile Polare nordice : 
B. G. Assan, XI. 204 f 

Commerce of the Arctic : F. Sehwatka, 
II. 189 1 

Condizioni dei ghiacci nel Mar di 
Groenlandia : C. Ryder, XIIL 96 t 

Crociora nel Mar Polare Arctico : G. 
Schoch, XVL 128 1 

Currents, I. 4, 30; VIIL 891 IX. 
508 ; W. Koppon on, II. 464 ; Drift- 
casks for determination of, XIV. 
326 ; XVIII. 627 ; Do. : H. G. Bryant, 

XV. 443 1; XIX. 404 f; G. W. 
Melville, XII. 328 f ; Great Polar 
Current : H. M. Prentiss, X. 458 f ; 
Warm undercurrent : B. L. Smith, 

X. 554 1 
Eismeer-Fischerei and der Walfang : 

P. Lindeman, XV. 198 f 

Entwickclung der Physikalischen 
Gcographie der Nordpolarlander : 
H. Weber, XL 687 1 

Estudios sobre las Regiones ^rticas: 
J. G. 8obral,XVL 128 f 

Faunas of Arctic and Antarctic, sup- 
posed resemblance between : D* Arcy 
Thompson, XIV. 588 1 

Flora Arctica: O. Gelert and 0. H. 
Ostenfeld, XX. 673 f ; Light and 
Plant-growth : Wiesner, A. 331 ; 

XVII. 665 ; Marine Flonis of Arctic 
and Antarctic : D'Arcy Thompson, 

XVI. 587 1 ; Pflanzen in arktischou 
Gcbicto, UntersuchuDgen iiber den 
Ijichtgenuss der : J. Wiesner, 

XVIII. 339 1; Pflanzliohen For- 
mationen der Arktis : M. Rikli, 

XX. 249 1, 344 § 

From North Pole to Equator : A. E. 
Brehm, trs. M. R. Thomson, VII. 
686 1 



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ABcrno 

Arctic— continued. 

Glaciers — Glaciers dans les Begions 
arctiquos et boreales: 0. Rabot, 
X. 652 t ; Glacial Geology of Arctic 
Europe : H. W. Feilden, IX. 102 1 ; 
Variations des Glaciers arctiques : 
(J. Rabot, XL 204 f 

Hail and Thunderstorms : H. Harries, 
IX. 110 t 

Hydrographic researches : Zhdanko, 
VIL 555 § 

Ice — ^Arctic Sea Ice as Geological 
Agent: R. S. Tarr, IX. 581 1; 
Eisgrenze zwischen Gronland — 
Island — Spitzbergen, X. 653 1 ; 
Glaces flottantes antour du Spitz- 
berg, etc. : C. Rabot, IX. 581 1 ; 
Glacial action on W. Coast of 
Greenland, etc. : G. H. Barton, IX. 
581 1 ; Ice in the Arctic Seas, 1899 
. . . XV. 539 ; 1900, V. Garde's Re- 
port, XVII. 436 §, 680 1 ; XX. 106 §, 
862 t; Isforholdene i Nordhavet: 
C'. Ryder, VII. 447 t ; Verbreitung 
des Treibeises in den arktischcn 
3Ieeren : T. V. Garde, XIX. 405 f ; 
" Yermak " ice-breaker, XV. 44 

II pid grande avvenimento . . , Sco- 
pcrta tecnica del Polo Nord : L. U. 

A. Volante, IX. not 

Maps — Arctic regions, comprising 
explorations of Peary, Nansen, and 
Jackson: A. Heilprin, X. 125t; 
Arctic regions, tracks of Search 
Parties, etc. (U.S. Hydrographic 
Oifice) VIII. 93; Neueste Hand- 
karte der Gcbietc um den Nordpol : 
A. Herrich, VIIl. 537 1 : Nord-Polar 
Karte: V. Haardt, XIII. 332 f; 
Petshora Bay and Kara Sea, Gulf 
of Obi and River Yenosei: H. D. 
Jenkins, II. 479 1 

^leteorological and Hydrological 
Observations, 1898, XIX. 405 f 

Xord-Polarmcer, Das: R. Dittmcr, 
XIX. 404 1 

North Polar Basin : H. Seebohm, II. 
331 * 

Problem : Sir C. R. Mark- 
ham, IX. 505 • 

Nutida hvftlfangsten i Norra Ishavct : 
A. Ohlin, VII. 447 f 

Oce'an arctique, Materiaux oceano- 
graphiques rassembMs pendant los 
ann^es 1889-93: M. N. Andreeff, 
XVI. 704 t 

People of the Farthest North : F. A. 

Cook, XIX. 660 1 
Problems of Nature: G. Jaeger, trs. 

H. G. Schlichter, X. 123 f 
Recent science (Arctic) : Pr. Kropot- 

kin, IX. 466 f 
Some problems of Arctic geology : J. 

W. Gregory, X. 652 1 
Terrestriske Nordpols Variation: M. 
C. EngcU, XIX. 406 1, 642 § 



ABOTIO 

AretU — continued. 

Tides : S. Haughton, lU. 350 f ; VIL 

337 1 
Unbekanntc Polargebiete : A. Supan, 

IX. 349 t (map), 581 1 
Weathering and Stream Erosion, 

Rapidity of: R. S. Tarr, IX. 

581 1 
White World, The : R. Kersting,XX. 

673 1 
Exploration — 

Progress, I. 2 ; IV. 6 ; IX. 595 ; X. 319 ; 
567 

Allgemeines Uber den Verlauf der 
Expedition naeh dem europaischen 
Xord-Meer: Riidiger, XIII. 459 1 

Arctic and Antarctic Exploration : Sir 
C. R. Markham, VI. 99t 

and Antarctic regions. Pro- 
motion of further discovery: Sir 
C. R. Markham, X. 124 1 

Problems : Sir C. R. Markham, 



XX. 481 » 

Work of 1896 : J. W. Gregory, 



IX. not 

Cruise of the Bear : S. Jackson, 



VII. 447 1 
Artistic Expedition to the North Pole : 

J. von Payer, V. 106*, 488 
Cabot^s voyages, XIII. 204 
Canadian Polar Expedition: J. E. 

Bernier, XVIII. 237 f 
Carolus, Joris, Discoverer of Edge I. : 

Sir W. M. Conway, XVII. 623* 
Danish Expeditions, 1605-20: C. 

Gosch,XL 102t, 672§ 
■ Ingolf Expedition, Report, 

XV. 273 § 
Danske arktiske Expeditioner, 1605- 

1620: J. A. D. Jensen, XL 687 1 
D^couverte du Pole Nord : E. Payart, 

VIII. 423 1' 

Expeditions aerostatiques au Polo 
Nord : H. de Graffiguy, IX. 466 f 

polaires arctiques, Inter- 
nationales et simultan^es : E. 
Payart, XVIII. 237 1 

Explortktions arctiques en 1896 : C. 
Rabot, IX. 344 t 

dans rOc^an glacial 

arctique : C. Rabot, IV. 380 f 

Europaische Eismeer und ein neuer 
Expeditionsplau nach dem Nord- 
pole : H. Anschiitz - Kaempfe, 
XVIL435§; XVIII. 339 f 

Finding the way to the Pole, XIX. 
110 

Frobisher Bay revisited : R. W. Porter, 
XII. 102 1 

German expeditions — (Rtidiger), XL 
673; XII. 419; (Bade and Bauen- 
dahl), XVI. 356 

Handbook of Arctic Discoveries: A. 
W. Greely, VII. 566 1 

How can the N. Polar regions bo 
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ABcno 

In Naobt nnd EIb : B. Xordahl und J. 

JohaxiBen, XIY. 231 f 
JtawuiU Relics, Dall on, VII. 566 f ; 

Examination into genuineness of, 

VIIL 423t 
La via al Polo Nord, Breye Critica 

della geografla fisica, XIV. 343 1 
Nares' Expedition, relics, XVI. 109 
Newport, American whaler, II. 463; 

Reported high latitude attained by, 

III. 238 
Om Tftderteksforhallandena . . . luft- 

ballong: N. Ekholro, TIL 567 f 
Pike, A. : cnuse in Arctic Seas, X. 543 
Pole Nord en bateau sons-marin : G. 

L. Pe8C0,IX. not 
Pr^cursenr de Nansen an XIV* 

sibcle : C. Babot, XV. 197 1 
Problems of Arctic Exploration : H. 

Hill, XVII. 561 1 
Radmore, J. R. ; Honour to, VII. 556 
Researches in N. Arctic Ocean : Baron 

F. Wrangell and S. O. Makaroflf, 

XIL438t 
Review of Arctic Exploration : W. 0. 

Thomson, XIII. 685 1 
Russian Expedition under Capt. 

Wameck, XIX. 762 
navigators in the Arctic : J. 

de Shokalsky, XII. 172 ♦ 
Scope and Value of Arctic Explora- 
tion: A. W. Greely, VIL 447 1 
Story of the N.W. Passage, as told by 

FArly Explorers, XV. 198 f 
Summer Voyage to: G. R. Putman, 

IX. 684 1 
Vattenprof tagna under **1900 &r8 

svenska zoolog^ska polarexpedi- 

tion : " O. Pettersson och H. Oster- 

gren, XVII. 326 f 
Vers les Poles: A. de Lapparent, 

XVIIL 237 1 
With the Yachts Blencathra and 

Prinee$9e Alice to Barents and 

Greenland Seas : W. S. Bruce, XIII. 

685 1 
Abruzzi, Duke of, XL 302 ; XIII. 542, 

<564; XIV. 98; XVL 480, 566; 

XVIIL 282 
Couferenza del Duca dcgli Abruzzi e 

del Comandante Cagni alia Society 

Goograflca Italiana, XVII. 561 1 
Expedition du dun des Abruzzes an 

pule Nord, XVIIL 237 f 
Farther North than Nansen : Duke of 

Abruzzi, XIX. 779 f 
II n^tomo della spedizione polare di 

Duca degli Abruzzi, XVI. 703 f 
La Spedizione Artica di S.A.R. il 

Duca degli Abruzzi (1899-1900) 

G. Com, XVIIL 339 1 

Nansen's " Farthest North " eclipsed, 

XVI. 703 t 
Nearest the Pole, Comm. Cagni's 

Account, XVIIL 458 1 



ABOTIC 
Aretio — continued. 

Spedizone del Principe Lnigi di 
Savoia Duca degli Abruzzi al Polo 
Nord : M. G. Toni, XVII. 214 1 

Spedizione italiana nel Mare Artioo 
Bulla Stella Polare, XVII. 561 f 

Voyage of the Polar Star: Duke of 
Abruzzi, XVIIL 468 1 
Amdrup, XVI. 481 
Amundsen, B., XX. 573 ; expedition to 

Magnetic Pole, XIX. 97, 484 * ; XX. 

627*; Magnetiske Nordpol, En 

pctatoenkt Undersogelsesreiso til den, 

XIX. 779 1 
Andr^e^ VIL 206, 325; VIIL 13, 74, 
180, 300, 518; IX. 110 1, HI t; X. 
218; XIII. 6; discovery of buoy, 
XVI. 481 ; premiums offered for 
news of, XVIIL 217; probable 
route, XIV. 575; search expedi- 
tions, X. 640; XL 673; XIL 
419; XIIL 75, 200, 307,438 ; XIV. 
97 

Andree and his Balloon : H. La- 
chambre and A. Machuron, XL 

457 1 
Andrees ballongf&rd under de tv& 

forsta dagame: N. Ekholm, XL 

204 1 
Andrees ballonguppstigning 1897 : 

G. R. Celcing, XL 204 1 
Andree on his plans, V. 598 
Adr^e*schen Ballon-Expedition zum 

Nordpol: O. Baschin, XL 102 f, 

204 1 
Andreeschen Polarexpedition, Wann 

erfolgte der Untergaug der: E. 

Voigt, XIX. 404 t 
Andr^e*sche Polarprojoct, Neuen* 

Mittheilungen iiber das: O. Bas- 
chin, VIIL 422 1 
Andreeska polarbojens drift till Kung 

Karls land: A. G. Nathorst, XV. 

556 1 
Atgarder for tillvaratagande af fiire- 

m&l fr& Andr^e-expeditionen : A. 

G. Nathorst, XVIIL 237 1 
Ballon d'Andi^e, Le : XIV. 686 f 
De hittills funna flytbojarne fr&n 

Andr^ - expeditionen : A. G. 

Nathorst, XV IL 214 1 
Die Nachrichten von der Expedition 

Andree : A. Lorenzen, XVII. 561 1 
Expedition Andree au Pole Nord, IX. 

not 
Forslag till polarfard med luft- 

ballong : S. A. Andree, VIL 567 t 
Invocaziono ed auguri mondiali a 

favore di : A. Volante, XIL 328 1 
Lo sort de TExpedition Andree: M. 

Zimmermann, XVI. 586 f 
Neuo Mittheilungen iiber des Polar- 

projoct: O. Baschin, VIIL 422 1 
Om den pA Island fnniia flytljojcn 

frAn Andre'e - expeditionen : G. 

Svodenborg, XV. 671 f 

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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I— XX. 



ABOTIC 

Aretie — continued. 

Plan to reach N. Pole by Balloon : 8. 

A, Andree, VIII. 423 f 
Boute : letter from A. M. Brioe, XIV. 
575 
An8chtifcz-Eampfe*8 plan to reach Pole, 

XVII. 435 
Baldwin, Prof., XVIIL 217,447; XX. 

G 311 434 
Bauendahl, O., XVL 356; XVIIL 318 
Ergebnissen der Polarfahrt des 
Matador untcr Filhrang . . . O. 
Bauendahl, XVIIL 646 f; XIX. 
238 1 
Bemier, XL 302 ; XVII. 80, 198 
Bjorling, A.: IV. 15, 532; aearch. III. 
419. 433 
Om Bjorlings och Eallsteni expedi- 
tion : G. Nordenskiold, VII. 447 f 
Conway, VIIL 13, 180, 300; X. 219 
Fox and James in search of N.W. 
passage, etc. : M. Christy, III. 586 f 
Franklin and the Arctic, IX. 466 f; 
Notes on Franklin's expeditions : M^. 
S. Dalgleish, VI. 586 f 
Jackson, F. G., I. 360; II. 13, 17, 463, 
483, 555; IV. 10, 141 •, 177, 275, 
365 ; V. 173 ; VL 19, 387, 475 ; VIIL 
12,74,402; X. 445 
Jackson-Harmsworth Polar Expedi- 
tion: A.M. Brice, VIIL 543* ; XL 

205 1 
Thousand Days in the Arctic : F. G. 

Jackson, XIV. 122 f 
Three Years in the Arctic: J. E. 

Koettlitz, XIL 438 1 
Voyage of the Windward, XVL 357, 

566 
Lemer, T., XL 678; XIL 419 
Markham, A. H. : Arctic exploration 
(congress .report), VIIL 423 f ; Arctic 
explorations (Smithsonian Inst, re- 
port), XIII. 567 1 
Nansen, F., I. 543; II. 17, 69, 174, 272, 

.346 ♦, 463, 554 ; IV. 8, 365 ; VI. 

388; VIL 317, 433, .'iSS ; VIIL 12, 

279, 402 ; IX. 110 1, 473 ♦ ; XV. 650 
Den norske polarekspedition, 1893- 

96 : F. Nansen, XL 457 f 
Durch das Polargebiet: F. Nansen, 

X 458 + 
Farthest North : F. Nansen, IX. 344 f 
How the North Pole will be reached : 

F. Nansen, XL 687 1 

La Spedizione Artica di Nansen: 

G. Cora, XIX. 405 f 

Le voyage de Nansen : M. Zimmer- 
man, X. 232 1 

Nansen and his Scientific Results: 
E. Plumstead, XVI . 256 1 

Nansen's polar expedition and its 
scientific results : H. Mohn, VIIL 
389* 

Nansens Polarexpedition, Wisson- 
flchaftliche Ergebnisse von : J. F. 
Pompockj,XVIL326t 



ABOn€ 

Aretie —oofittnued. 

Norwegian Polar Expedition 1893- 

1896 : E. Plumstead, XVIIL 237 f 
Norwegische Polar Expedition: A. 

Sapan, X. 653 f 
Norwegisohen Polar- Expedition * mit 

der Fram, meteorologischen Beo- 

bachtongen : H. Mohn, XIX. 405 f 
Scientific Results, XIII. 199; Do.: 

F. Nansen, XV. 671 1 ; X VIL 561 f ; 
XVIIL 284 § ; XX, 249 1, 332 § 

Simon, H., Occasional Letter, Special 

Nansen Number, X. 232 f 
Some resalts : F. Nansen, IX. 473 * ; 

X. 123 1, 342 1; F. Nansen and 

others, XIL 328 f 
Nathorst, A. G., X. 641 ; Xn. 385 ; 

XIV. 51*, 97, 155*, 448, 534, 

686 1 

Crastacea collected during the 
Swedish Arctic Expeditions, 1898 
and 1899 : A. Ohlin, XIX. 531 f 

Om 1898 &rBsvenska polarexpedition : 
A. G. Nathorst, XIII. 459 f 

Polarforskungen : A. G. Nathorst, 
XX. 471 1 

Tv& Somrar i Norra Ishafvet . . . eftre 
AndreV^ i Nordostra Gronland : A. G. 
Nathorst, XVIIL 646 f ; XIX. 80 § 
Noidenskiold, XVIIL 450 
I'eary, R.E., I. 361, 543; 11. 17, 174, 
273,463,482; IV. 12.365,461 ; VL 
81 , 387, 475 ; VI IL 74, 1 79 ; IX. 223 ; 
X. 218, 445, 544 ; XL 214 ; XIL 194, 
420; XIII. 7; XIV. 325, 448, 570 ; 
XVL lOi); XVIL 80; XVIIL 447, 
539, 046 : XIX. 96, 762 ; XX. 6, 
434; Auxiliary, XVIIL 218; H. L. 
Bridgman on, XVI. 492 f ; Commu- 
nication with, XVII. 537; Relief, 
IV., 178, 532* 

In Arctic Seas, Voyage of the Kite ; 
R. N. Keely and G. Davis, I. 378 f 

Le Spedizioni di R. E. Peary nella 
Groenlandia Nord : G. Cora, V. 

92 1 
Map showing Peary*s explorations : 

G. Com, IV. 384 1 

My Journal, etc. : Mrs. Peary, III. 75 f 
Northward over the Great Ice, XIL 

498 §, 687 1 
Peary Auxiliary Expedition of 1894 : 

H. G. Bryant, VL 585 f 
Peary's Arctic Work : C. C. Adams, 

II. 303 ♦ 
Peary's Expeditions: G. H. Barton, 

IX. 466 1 
Preliminary Report, 1893-94 : R. E. 

Peary, VL 199 f 
Problem and Narrative of Peary Re- 
lief Expedition, etc. : A. Heilprin, 

II. 281 + 
With Pearv near the Pole: E. 

Astrup, XIL 102t 
Stein, R., XIV. 326, 571. proposed plan 

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ABOTIC 

Denx ann^ea dans los regions arc- 

tiqaes. Journal da R. Stein, XX. 

249 1 
Stokken, XVni. 313 
Syerdnip, XII. 82, 527 ; XIIT. 7 ; XIV. 

448, 571 ; XX. 6, 434, 573 
Nouvello expedition polairc norve- 

gienne: N. Toll, XIII. 97 1 
Toll, Baron E. yon, XIV. 327; XV. 

651; XVIIL 217, 539; XIX. 221, 

510 ; XX. 7 ; Auxiliary, XVI. 567 
Russian Polaf Expedition in the 

Sarya : Baron Toll, XIX. 475 ♦ 
Russischo Polarexpedition unter Loi- 

tung yon Baron Toll, XX. 249 f, 

362 t 

Summary Report for 1901 : Baron 
Toll, XX. 216 ♦ 
Wameck, Capt., XIX. 762 
WeUman, W., IIL 335; IV. 12, 178, 

275, 365; XXL 82, 194, 419; XIIL 7; 

XIV. 326 ; XV. 184 
ArotogeBa division of distribution of mam- 
mals, IIL 97 
Arctowski, H. — 
A propoB de la question du climnt des 

temps glaciaires, XIX. 532 f 
Antarctic climate, XIV. 413 ♦, 686 1 

exploration, XIV. 547 

voyage of tht» Belqioa^ 1897, 

1898, and 1899, XVIIL 353 ♦ 
Apergu sur les Observations m^t^ro- 

logiqucs dc TExpedition antarctiquo 

beige, XVIIL 237 f, 458 f 
sur les Recherohes oc^nogra- 

phiques de TExp^dition antarctiquo 

beige, XVIIL 339 f 
Award to, XVL 116 
Bathymetrical Conditions of Antarctic 

Regions, XIV. 77 • 
Bibliografii . . . Polskich, X. 226 1 
Calottes glaciaires dcs rogions antaro- 

tiques, XVII. 561 1 
Expedition antarctiquo beige, Rap- 
ports Bcientiflques, etc., XIX. 778 1 
Exploration of Antarctic Lands, XVII. 

150 ♦, 680 
Genealogy of the Sciences, X. 344 f 
G^graphie physique de la region an- 
tarctiquo visits par I'Exp^ition de 

la .Be^teo, XVL 492 1 . 
Inter§t qu'oifre pour la g^olog^e Tex- 

ploration des regions antarctiques, X. 

231 t, 341 1 
International co-operation in Antarctic 

Research, XVL 689 
Letter on Belgian Antarctic Expedition, 

XIX. 388 1 
Note oompl^entairo au sujet de la 

discussion de la question de Tabrasion 

glaciaire, XX. 563 f 
sur les Dunes du Cap Polonio sur 

la cote de rUruaruay, XX. 470 f 
sur les phenom^nes crepusculaires 



observes ^ bord de la Belgiea, XX. 249 f 



ASBJ 

Aretowikl — oowUnued. 
Notice sur Fabrasion glaciaire, XX. 240 f 
sur les aurores australes, XVI. 

257 1 
Observations on Aurora Australis, 

XVI. 92 •, 493 1 
Physico-Chemische Notizen, XL 103 f 
Quelques mots rolatifs It TEtudo du 

Relief de TArdenne, XVIIL 225 f, 

615 § 
Relief de TArdenne, XVIIL 225 f, 

820 1, 616 § 
Resultats d'observatious m^t^rologiques 

faitcs It rtle des Etats, XVII. 627 
Sur Tancienne extension des glaciers 

dans la region des terres de'couvcrtes 

par I'expedition antarctiquo beige, 

XVL 586 1 
Sur les aurores australes et bor^ales, 

XVII. 681 1 

Sur les conditions m<5t^logiques des 

regions antarctiques, XVII. 680 
Sur les icebergs tabulaires des regions 

antarctiques, XVIL 680 f 
Sur les variations pdriodiques des 

aurores australes observdes h bord de 

la Bdgiea, XIX. 404 1 
Voyage d'exploration dans la region . . . 

de la Terre de Feu, XX. 470 1 
Ar9towski, H., et A. Renard : Sediments 
raarins do Toxpedition de la jBe/gioa, 

XVIIL 339 1; XX. 129 1 

et J. Thoulet: Resultats du 

Voyage du B^giea, XIX. 404 1 

Ard, Loch, Bathymetrical Survey, XVII. 
275; Geology,' XVIL 288 

Ardaillon, E. : Les principes de la Ge'o- 
graphie modeme, XVIIL 243 f; Pro- 
gramme d'ctudes de geographic ro- 
gionale, XV. 558 f; Repartition des 
Chretiens et des musulmsns dans Tile 
Crete, X. 225 t 

and Cayeux: Scientific expe- 
dition in Crete, XIX. 212; XX. 450 

Ardebeau, Souter, et Colani : Carte do la 

Basse-Egypte, XL 109 1 
Ard^he, L': L. Bourdin, XIL 91 1; 

Coupe de Jaujac: T. Anderson, XIX. 

392 t 
Ardennes — 
Eine geologisch-geographische Skizze : 

P. Wagner, XX. 238 f 
Excursion geographique dans TAr- 

denne : P. Leon, XVII. 671 1 
Relief de TArdenne: H. Arctowski, 

XVIIL 225t, 320 1, 615 § 
Limite oooidentale du departement des 

Ardennes : H. Jardart, XX. 665 f 
Trip in French Ardennes : 1. A. Rayeur, 
IV. 468 t 
Ardishai, Asia ML, XIV. 507 
Ardouin-Dumazet : Les lies Brotonnes. 

IX. 231 1 
Areas — Genauigkeit der Flachenangaben, 

E. Hammer, XVL 129 1 
Arej, N. Africa : tombs, X. 607 



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ABEL 

Arel, eine deutsche Stadt in Belgien : T. 
Eellen, XIII. 554 f 

Arendaee in Altmark : W. Halbfaas. VIII. 
634 ; IX. 232 1 ; XI. 191 1 ; Tiefenkarte, 
VIIL 427 1 

Areometer — Ueber einige nenere Beobach- 
tungen an Araometem: O. Krnmmel, 
VI. 100 1 ; Be Tutilite de la mesore dee 
densites en ooeanographie et d*an 
nonvean module d'areom^tre ^ eau de 
mer: Thoulet, VI. 100 1; Araometer 
im Atlantiscben und Stillen Ozean : A. 

Kramer, XIV. 688 1 
Argenti^re Glacier, Alps, L 488 
Argentine Bepnblic— population, VIIL 

639 ; river-gradientB, III. 319 ; ter- 
ritorial area, XIV. 245 ; triangula- 

tion. III. 144 
Ag^coltura, Commercio . . . della 

Republica Argentina: C. Nagar, 

XVII. 678 1 
MiniBterio de, Memoria 

presentada al Honorable Congroao, 

XIX. 402 1 
Agricultural and Coounercial Condi- 
tion (Foreign Office Rep.), XVI. 

584 
Allevamento del beatiame e Finduatria 

delle carni al Plata: M. Garrou, 

XVL 254 1 
Anthropogeograpby : F. P. Moreno, 

XVIIL 574 • 
Anuario dc la Direccidn General, XL 

99 1 : XV. 442 t ; XVL 490 f ; XVII. 

324 t ; XVIIL 457 f 
Argentine, Patajgonian, and Chilian 

Sketohea : C. E. Akera, II. 91 f 
Bodenverh&ltnisaodes uordwestliohen 

Teilea . . • : L. Brackebuach, 11. 

267 §, 280 t 
Boletin Demogrtifioo Argentino, XV. 

299 1 
Buenoa Airea al Iguazil : M. Bemir- 

dea, XVIIL 457 t 
, Inveati^ion Parla- 

mcntaria aobre Agncultura, etc. : 

F.Scgui, XVIIL 643 1 

Bureau of American Republica : Ar- 
gentine Republic, VII. 680 f 

Colonic Agricole nella Provincia di 
Cordoba : O. Francisci, XVIIL 457 f 

Colonizzazione della Repubblica Ar- 
g«jntina : E. C. Gelodi, XIX. 402 1 

C*raz en America (Arqueologia Argen- 
tina): A. Quiroga, XIX. 402 f 

Deoouvertea geographiquea dana la 
Rcpublique Argentine : E. Dai- 
reaux, XVIIL 643 f 

Demaroacion de limitea entre laa 
provinciaa do Cordoba y La Rioja, 
XVIIL 235 1 

Departamento Cliamical :~ G. Vallejo, 
XVI. 702 1 

X)er Weg iibor die Cordillere zwi- 
Bcben Argentinion uud Chile: J. 
Greger, VI. 489 f 



ABGSirTINE BSPUBLIO 

Argentino Bepnblio— co/Umtiad. 

Deutohtnm in Argentinien : F. Sem- 

ler, IX. 682 1 
Development, 1889-93: H. Pola- 

kowaky, IV. 284 1 
Deyono y Gondwana en la Repiiblica 

Argentina: G. Bodenbender, XL 

99 t 
Diatretto conaolare di La Plata : C. 

Nagar, XIV. 341 1 
El Barco y Santiago del Eatero : S. A. 

Lafone Quevedo. XVL 126 f 
Entdeokung megalithiacher Denk- 

male in Thale Tafi: J. B. Am- 

brosettl, IX. 579 f 
Eaperanza de Santa Fe: S. Lhiez, 

XVIIL 235 1 
Eatudioa aobre produocion . . . de la 

Repiiblica Argentina : C. L. Klett, 

XVIL 324 t 
Etnologia en el Rio de la Plata : S. 

A. Lafone Quevedo, XVL 126 t 
Evolution ^oonomique et aocicde de la 

Republique Argentine: E. Dai- 

reaux, XTIII. 235 1 
Examen critico de la Obra del Se&or 

Perito Aijentino F. P. Moreno : F. 

Fonck, iX. 671 1 
Ferrocarrilea proyectadoa en el Neu- 

quen : F. R. Gibila, XVL 702.t 
Geografia Comercial de la America 

del Sur: C. B. CHaneroe y R. E. 

Garcia, XVIL 213 1 
Geographic eoonomique de la Re'- 

publique Argentine au XIX" allele : 

E. Daireaux, XVIL .557 1 
e'conomique de I'Argen- 

tine : A. Vacher, XX. 469 f 
Geography of Argentine and Ancient 

Pampean Sea: G. E. Church, XII. 

386 ♦, 634 t 
, notea: H. I). Hoakold, 

IX. 464 1 
Government aurveya on Pilcomayo, 

etc., VIL 83 
Homcnaje al Prcaidento Dr. Campoa 

Sallea, El Braail y ]a Argentina, 

XIX. 109 1 
lufluencia de la poblacion eapafiola 
en loa progrcaoa de la : D. G. Car- 

raaco, XVIL 678 1 
Inundaoionea en el Rio Negro: E. 

Chanourdie, XVI. 702 f 
Jeografia N&utica de la Repiiblica 

Arjentina: J. T. Chaigneau, IX. 

107 1 
Journey through Pampa territory: 

J. B. Ambroaetti, Hi. .534 f 
Ktiatenkunde von Argentinien : H. B. 

Danielaaen und H. Hanaen, XV. 

442 1 
La Plata liandcr, Geachichte der 

Eroberung und IVaiedeluug: J. 

Rein, XVL 253 1 
Langoeta, Comiaian Central de Ex- 

tinciun de, XV. 554 f 



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ABOEXTIVI BEPTTBLIO 
Ar^sntind Bepnblie — conitnued. 

Lenguas argentinas, Idioma Abipon : 

S. A. L. Quevedo, XI. 99 1 
Llanura argentina : D. E. A. Bavio, 

XVI. 584 1 

Londres de Quinmiyil, Las ruinas de : 
H. Furque, XVII. 558 1 

Lo8 Lules: S. A. L. Quevedo, VI. 
393 t 

Ma Mission en Argentine : C. Wiener, 
XII. 436 1 

3Ianual del Viajero, Baedeker de la 
Rop^blica Argentina : A. B. Mar- 
tinez, XVIII. 553 t 

Memoria del Departmento del In- 
terior oorrespondionte al ano 1899, 

XVII. 557 1 

del Ministerio de Marina 

corrcspondiente al ejercicio 1JK)0- 
1901 : N. O. Betbeder, XVIII. 553 f 

Missions francisoaines du desert ar- 
gentine: L. Beek-Bernard, XIV. 
120 t ; Kapporto : Glicrardo, XI. 

686 1 
Moreno, F. P. ; explorations, VIII. 

518 
N.W. region, Explorations by Argen- 
tine Government, III. 518; Soil 

and Vegetation, L. Brackebusch 

on, II. 267 
Notes de Voyage snr lo Bresil ct la 

K^publique .^gentine : E. do Ran- 

court, XVII. 558 f 
Obsenrationes magneticas en la Re'- 

publica Argentina y el Paraguay : 

O. Doering. VI. 490 1 
Pampas E. of Sierra of Cordoba : W. 

Bodenbeuder, III. 74 f 
Photographs: L. A. Wallace, XV. 

96 ; Soc. Fotografica Argentina de 

Aficionados, XX. 476 
Poblacion probable . . . al entrar al 

siglo XX : G. Carrasco, XIX. 

402 1 
PaertoB en la Provincia Buenos 

Ayres: J. B. Figneroa, XV. 442 f 
Raza pampcana y la raza guarani d 

los indioB del Rio dc la Plata : S. 

A. L. Quevedo, XVII. 679 1 
Reconnaissance de la Region andine : 

F. P.Moreno, XL 686 f 
Reoonocimiento de la Region Andina 

de la Repiiblica Argentina : S. Roth, 

XV. 299 1 
Report for 1892: W. 8. Gastrell, I. 

377 1 
Resnltados hipsome'trioos de algunos 
Yiajes del Dr. G. Bodenbender : O. 

Doering, XIV. 584 1 
Scenery of: F. P. Moreno, XX. .S59t 
Segnndo censo de la Repiiblica 

Argentina, XIII. 566 1, 682 f 
S.E. Coast, mountains, XVII. 359 
Sud-Amerika unter bcsonderer 

Beriicksichtigung Argentiniens : V. 

Martens, XIII. 457 f 



ABeBHTIVB BEPUBLIC 

Argentine Bepnblie — continued. 

Tehuelches et snr les indigenes dc la 

Rcpublique Argentine : M. P. Mon- 

cousin, X VL 253 1 
Torritori del Rio Negro e del Rio 

Colorado: C. CipoUetti, XVIIL 

553 1 ; XX. 671 1 
Territory of Misiones: J. B. Am- 

brosetti, I. 87 f 
Tesoro do CatamarqueSismos : S. A. 

li. Quevedo, VI. 393 f 
Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XII. 

635t;Xrn. 682t 
Viajo da Exploracidn del Azopardo 

al Golfo San Matias: F. Lahille, 

XVIII. 112 1 
Voyage dans TArgentine sad : 

Machon, XV.442t 
Year Book, XX. 671 f 
Boundaries, X. 215 
Argentino - Chilian, demarcation, 

XIII. 682 1; Report, XVL 701 f.; 

Statement presented on behalf of 

Chile in reply to Argentine Report, 

XX. 359 1; Ik>undary in Puna of 

Atacama, XIV. 322 ; treaty between 

Chile, 13oIivia, and Argentina, 

VIII. 640 
Argentinisch - chilenischon Grenz- 

streit : J. J. Rohde, VIL 680 t 
Argentine-Chilian Boundary Ques- 
tion : F. P. Hansen, XII. 327 f 
Boundary agreements. Translation: 

E. Lamarca, Xlll. 682 f 
Dispute between Chile and 

Argentina: H. Gibson, XIX. 775 f 
Chile and Argentinien in dcr pata- 

gonischen Kordillcro: H. Steffen, 

VII. 217 1 
Chilenisch-Argentinischen Grenzc im 

Feuerland : H. Steffen, XL 99 1 
Conflit chilo-argentin, etc. : C. Rabot, 

XVIII. 1 12 t 
Cuestion de Limites entre Chile i 

la Repiiblica Arjentina: D. B. 

Arana y M. Valderrama, VII. 217 1 
Grcnze Argentiniens gegen Chile: 

H. Polakowsky, VL 489 f 
Limites con la Repiiblica Arjentina : 

R. Montaner, VII. 217 f 
Limites ocoidentales de la Repiiblica 

Argentina : E. S. Delaohaux, XII. 

101 1; XV. 196t 
Litige Chilo-Argentin et la d^imi- 

tation politique des fronti^res 

naturelles: H. A. Moulin, XX. 

359 1 
Nuestros limites con Chile : H. Greger, 

VL 489 
Treaties between Argentina, Boliyia, 

and Chile, VIII. 640 
Cordillera {see alao Andes), XII. 469; 
Gletscherstndicn aus der Argcntin- 
ischen Kordillere : R. Hauthal, V. 
284 1; * liOS Penitentes* Ice Group, 
I. 168 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



ABaEHTIKE BEPITBLIC 

Argentine Bepnblio— can^tnicerZ. 
Maps — 
Atlas Meteorologico do la Bepifblica 
Argentina: E. A. B. Delachaux, 
XVII. 686 1 
Mapa Topografico de la Kepnblica 
Argentina: H. D. Hoekold, VI. 

Physiography and altitudes : L. 

Brackebusch, II. 285 f 
Piano Topografico de la Region Norte 

Argentina limitrofe con Bolivia, 

XVII. 330 1 
Province of Catamarca, IV. 286 f 

of Entre-Rios, II. 96 1 

Railway Maps, XV. 202; (G. E. 

Chnrch) XI. 105 f ; (Buenos Aires 

and Pacific Railway Co.) XVI. 

709 1; XIX. 115 1 
Sixteen maps of Cordillera de los 
Andes (Argentine Boundary Com- 
mission), XIX. 413 1 

Argentine, lake, Patagonia, XIV. 253, 
260 

Ar/Eobba people and country, Somalilaud, 
XX. 374 

Argyll, Duke of: remarks at Antarctic 
Conference, X. 377; on Renewal of 
Antarctic Exploration, III. 29 ; on 
scientific advantages of antarctic ex- 
pedition, XI. 419 ; Two Glens and the 
agency of Glaciation, VIII. 415 f 

Arhanga pass, Tirah, XII. 338 

Arica a Tooopilla, Piano do la Region 
Salitrera desde, XIL 645 f 

Arica-Mollendo, cable interruptions, X. 
265 

Arid or Western Subregion of Geography 
of Mammals, IX. 72 

Regions, Characteristics of Soils : E. 

W. Hilgard, XIX. 406 f 

Aristagoras, map, VIII. 611 

Aristides' positions in Mysia, IX. 165 

Aristoff, N. A. : Anglo-Indian "Cauctisus ; " 
English Collisions with Afghan Frontier 
Tribes, XVII. 88 f 

Arizona — 

Ausflug nach Tusayan : P. Ehrenreich, 

XIV. 683 t 
Expedition to Pueblo Ruins near Win- 
slow : W. Fewkes, XIII. 681 1 
Into the Heart of Cataract Ca&on : W. 

A. Brewer, XX. 468 1 
Petrified Forests of : L. F. AVard, XVIII. 

642 1 
Repair of Casa Grande Ruin : C. 

Mindeleff, XI. 97 1 
Report of Governor of, XIII. 324 f; 

XVIL 92 1 
Walder und Wtisten von : B. E. Fernow, 
XI. 97 1 ; XIL 435 f 
Arka Tagh : see Ustun 
Arkansas, Valleys of Solution in : A. H. 
Purdue, XVIL 662 §; XVIIL 112 f 

river, Composite Genesis of 

valley : C. R. Keyes, XIX. 235 1 



ABXSHIA 

Ark-e-leenik river, Canada, XVL 68 

Arkhangelsk, forests, I. 453 

Arko, Sweden, borings for fresh water, X. 

468 
Arklet, Loch ; soundings, XV. 320, 352 ; 

temperatures, XV. 334 
Arldt, T. : Ueber den Parallelismus der 
Kusten von Sudamerika, XVIII. 536 §, 
554 1 
Armail or Armabel : see Las Bela 
Armand (Loz^re), Sur I'aven : E. A. Dtlartel 

et A. Vire, XL 87 f, 447 f 
Annenia — 
Abflusslosen Been auf dem Armenischen 

Hochland : P. Rohrbach, XX. 241 f 
Armenia: F. 8. Stevenson, VI. 194 f 
Armenian population of Asia Mi., XL 

428 
Armenian Question: H. Lynch, VII. 
440 1; Unbiassed View of: W. B. 
Harris, VIL 112 f 
Armenien, Eine Kulturhistorische 

Studie : H. Zimmerer, XIX. 768 f 
— — im Altertum und in der 

Jetztzeit: W. Belck, XIX. 106t 
Armenicns inddpendants du Taurus: 

Baron d' Avril, XL 682 f 
Armenicr und Kurden: P. Rohrbach, 

XV. 664 1 
Batum to Baghdad vid Tiflis, etc. : W. 

B. Harris, VIII. 649 f 
Commerce des Armdniens au XVIP 

si^cle : Artignan, XVIIL 638 1 
Country and People: IVL Tcheraz, VI. 

485 t 
Explorations in: E. Lehmann, XV. 

175 

: w. Belck, II. 562 1 

Forschungsreise durch Armenien: W. 

Belck und C. F. Lehmann, XIV. 

113 1 
Lakes of. Changes of Level, X. 93 ; 

XIV. 506; R. Sieger's observations, 

III. 332 
Maps : Armenia and adjacent countries ; 

H. Lynch and F. Oswald, XVIIL 

245 1; Armenian Question, map to 

illustrate : W. and A. K. Johnston, 

VIL 342 1 
Om de nyasta upptacktema i Armenien : 

K. F. Johansson, XVIL 675 t 
Reisebriefe von der Armenischen Ex- 
pedition : W. Belck und C. F. 

Lelimann, XV. 296 1 ; XVI. 579 f 
Repartition de la population armenienne 

dans TArm^iie turque, etc. : Zei4ndi 

etSissoev, XL 194 f, 428 
Round about Armenia, etc. : E. B. 

Hodgetts, IX. 104 t 
Russian Armenia and Prospects for 

British Trade: A. V. Markoff, V. 

508 1 
Russisch Armenien und der Ararat: 

M. Friederichsen, XVI. 248 f, 578 f 
Travels and Studies in: H. F. B. 

Lynch, XVIIL 229 f, 608 § 



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ABiporiA 

Armenia — continued. 
Verbreitong dcr Armenier in der Asia- 
tischen Tflrkei nach G. L. Selenay 
nnd W. von Seidlite, VII. 440.t 
Verteilung ider Anneniscben Bcvolk- 
emng in Turkisob-Armonien, otc. : A. 
Supan, VII. 342 f 
Volcanic Pbenomena in : T. McK. 

Hugbes, XL 450 f 
Zwei tiirkiacbe Stadtobilder aus dcr 
Gegenwart : L. 8aad, IX. 238 f 

Armenian Description of Holy Places in 
tbe Seventb Centnry: B. M. Bain, 
VIII. 651 1 

Annenians in Asiatic Turkey and Trans- 
caucasia, Distribution, VII. 312 § 

of Kurdistan, III. 8^ 

of tbe Taurus, XL 082 1 

, percentage of, in Caucasia, 

VII. 548 

Armentia, F. N. : Limites de Bolivia con 
el Peni, X. 651 f 

Armidan Cbai, Asia Mi., VIII. 456 

Amiitage, A. : award to, XIII. 654 ; XIV. 
108; Meteorological Observations on 
Franz Josef Land, XL 130; Windujard's 
approach to Franz Josef Land, VI. 
506* 

, C. H., and A. F. Montanaro: 

Asbanti Campaign of 1900, XVIII. 
327 1 

Armstrong, Sir A., obitmiry, XIV. 217; 
In a Mule Litter to the Tomb of Con- 
fucius, VIL 440 f 

Army Book for British Empire: W. H. 
Goodenough and J. 0. Dafton, IV. 90 f 

Entrance Examinations and Geo- 
graphy, W. Baptiste on. III. 148 

MediaU Department Keports, XL 



689 1 ; XIII. 571 1 ; XVI. 259 f 
Arnaud, A., ek H. Meray : Les Colonies 

fran9aise8, XVIL 218 f 
, F. : Muron et ses environs, XL 

564 1 
Amawai river, Kafiristau, VIL 547 ; VIII. 

409 
Aming, W. : Die Uhehe-Hocbebene als 

Ansiedelungsgebiet fiir Deutsche, XL 

454 1; Die Wabeho, X. 121 f; Die 

Zukunft von Uhehe, XII. 98 f 
Amo, II baoino dell': E. Oberti, XX. 

552 1 
Arnold, A. J . : Map of Barue Country, 

XVIII. 514*; photographs, XVIIL 

464 
, B. W. : History of Tobacco In- 

Ju^iry in Virginia, IX. 579 f 

-. K. : Vier Earten und Studien zur 



Wirthschafts-Geographie von Marokko, 
XIX. 107 t 

-, W. T., on Cycling and local Geo- 



graphy, III. 147 
Arnold-Foster, H. O. : London School 

AUas, XVIL 101 f 
Amot, F. S. : Bihe' and Garenganze, I. 

567 1; lU. 502 §; letter on region of 



ABTAV8 

Okavango, XV. 291 ; remarks on ** Un- 
explored Regions of Br. C. Africa," I. 
120 

Arnous, H. G. : Gewichte, Masse ... in 
Korea, VII. 330 f 

Aro Country, Nigeria; W. J. Venour's 
notes, XX. 88 

Arracan : tee Arakan 

Anan Basin, area, temperature, etc., IV. 
345 

Arrawa, S. Arabia, XII. 51 

Arrhenius, 8. — 
Einfluss des Atmospharischen Kohlcn- 

BauregehaltB,X. 653t 
Ueber die Ursacho der Nordliohter, 
XVIIL 239 1 
Arrow-poison of Africa, Antidote. X. 639 
Arstal, A. : Rcdegjorelse en . . . Skotland 
og England ... til undervisningen i 
geografi, IX. 235 f 
Artamonoff, L. K. ; obituary notice : A. 

Tillo, XV. 674 1 
Artaria, A. ; death, HI. 149 ; Eisenbabn- 
und Post-Communications-Karte von 
Osterreich-Ungam, 1. 189 f ; HI. 258 1 : 
V. 189 1; XI. 2091; XIIL 222 f; 
XVIL 328 t ; Plan der K. K. 
Reiohshaupt- und Residenzstadt Wien, 
XVIIL 117 t 
Arteaga, F. de: Practical Spanish, XX. 

366 1 
Artemea, Mysia, IX. 257 
Artemidorus, on Sabieans, 11. 47 
Artesian Basins, Extra- Australian, Geo- 
logical Structure: A. G. Maitland, IX. 

578 t 

Beds, X. 144 

M'ater, l*<ikage of, IX. 113t; 

J. P. Thomson, IX. 689 1 

Water-Supply of Australia, from 



a Geographical Standpoint: W. G. 
Cox, XIX. 560 • 

Well Prospects in Atlantic 



Coastal Plain Region: N. H. Darton, 
XL 316 1 

Wells in U.S.A., VI. 449; in 



Queensland, XL 438 
Artillery Lake, N. Canada, XVI. 70; 

XX. 341 
Artistic Expedition to North Pole: J. 

von Payer, V. 106 *, 488 
Artois, Deutschtum in : E. Seelmann, 

VIIL 410 t 
Artvin, Sketch of city of: K. Machavu- 

riani, XI. 196 1 
Aru Cbo, lake, Tibet, I. 388 
Ami village, Asia Mi., VIIL 320 
Arun river, Sussex, XV. 214, 220, 361 
Arundel, Sussex, XV. 370 
AruBsi plateau and tribes, Abyssinia, 

V. 124; VIIL 123; XX. 378 
Aruwimi region, forests, V. 359 
Arva, Jebel. Tripoli, VII. 152 
Aryans — 

Aryens an nord et an sud de PHiudou- 
Kouch ; C. de Ujfalvy, IX. 236 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



ABYAKS 

AryukM^oontinued. 

UrBprung der Arier in geograpliischen 
Licht: F. Ratzel, XIX. 409 f 
Arzrani, A. : Reise nach 8ud-Kaukasien, 

VIL 327 1 
Aran I., Lake Urmi, XIV. 514 
As the Crow Fliea: W. P. Dodge, IX. 

689 t 
As-afra tower, Sndan, VIII. 341 
Asbjrrgi, Iceland, III. 276 
AflccDBion I. ; fanna, VII. 283 

Ascension I.: W. B. Lord, XVIII. 

327 t 
Aschaffenburg, Ueber ein typisohes Luss- 

profil boi : G. Klemm, X. 338 1 
Ascherslebcn, Zur Sprachgrenze um: E. 

Damkohler, VII. 107 t 
Asootan, lake, Bolivia, III. 107 
Aseba tribe, E. Africa, VIII. 137 
Aflha'bab tribe, Egvpt, I. 419 
Ashaka Babo, lakei E. Africa, IV. 299 
Ashanti ($€e aUo Gold Coast)-— 
Ashanti and Jaman, Travels and Life 
in: R. A. Freeman, XHI. 216 f, 
412§ 

and Gold Coast: \V. S. Dal- 

gleish, VII. 215 f 
Blue Bookon affairs in, VII. 442 f 
Campaign of 1900 : 0. H. Armitage and 

A. F. Montanaro, XVIII. 327 1 
Expedition, Botany of, XIL 433 f ; W. 
and A. K. Johnston's map to illus- 
trate, VII. 121 1 ; Results of: Sir W. 

Maxwell, IX. 468 1 

Downfall of Prempeh : R. S. S. Baden- 
Powell, VIII. 190 1 ; XVI. 367 t 

History of (told Coast and Ashanti : C. 

(Mleindorf, VIL 564t 
List of works on, VI. 568 
Notes on : C. Barter, VIII. 652 1 
Photographs of: M. Fergusson, XIX. 

538 1 
Skulls and Crania: F. ^hrubsall, XIII. 
560 t 
Ashar Balik Keui, Asia Mi ; altitude, 

IX. 275 
Ashburnham, Capt. : surveys in Buddu 

and Ankoli, XV. 65 
Ashby, T. : Bui vero site del lago Regiilo, 

XII. 92 t 
Aflhe, R. P.: Chronicles of Uganda, V. 

282 1 
Ashel, Sobat region, XVII. 497 
Asher, G. M. ; letter on Treelessness of 

Prairies and Russian Steppes, I. 465 
Asbi Ho, Manchuria, II. 449 
Ashkun people, KafiristHu, IV. 201 
Ashuk village, Asia Mi., VIII. 332 
Ashwanipi, lake, Labrador, V. 530 
Asia- 
General information. History, etc. — 
A la recherche des Negritos : Lapie- 

que, VIII. 530 f 
Ancient Geography of: N. Chandra 

Das, XIII. 452 1 
Asia : D. J. Sobral, IX. 104 f 



ABU 

Alia — continued. 

Aula and Africa, Portuguese Missions, 
etc.: J. D. Orsey, IL 509 1 

and! Anstralasia : Hon. J. 

Douglas, XX. 470 t 

and Europe — Asien und Enropa 



nodi altagyptischen Denkmalern: 
W. M. Miiller, IX. 114 f ; Obeer^a- 
tions magn^tiqnes ... en Aftie et 
en Europe : H. Frltsche, XL 324 1 

Asiatische Reich des Antigonos : U. 
Kohler, XIII. 557 1 

Asien; Eine allegemeine Landcs- 
kunde : W. Sievers, VI. 485 1 

Aus den asiatisohen Tropen: (i. 
Radde, IX. 237 1 

Aus den Reiseberichten Seiner 
Majestat Schiffe, XIII. 677 1 

Changes in the Unchanging East, 

XI. 683 1 
Colonies d'Asie et dans TOcean 

Indien: (4. Verschuur, XVIL 98 1 
Colonisation Russe en Asie : E. Blanc, 

VIII. 649 1 

Cradle of Humanity, The: W J 
McGoo, XVIII. 548 t 

Crown Colonies in 1898: G. R. 
Badenoch, XII. 429 f 

F^tem World, The : C. A. Wood, 
XX. 242 1 

European Expansion in : F. E. Young- 
husband, XIX. 651 f 

Far East, The, its History and its 
Question : A, Krausse, XVIL 320 f 

Geographical Problems, X. 312, 566 ; 
XX. 414; Work, IL 489 

Highway of the Nations, etc.: M. 
Bell, XIV. 678 1 

Histoire de TAsie, Turcs et Mongols, 
etc. : L. Cahun, X. 548 1 

India to England vt'd C. Asia and 
Siberia: E. J. Medlev, XVIII. 
560 1 

Influence of Europe on : M. Towns- 
end, XVIL 547 1 

Influence of Travels of Marco Polo on 
Jacob Gastaldi's Maps of Asia : 
Baron A. E. Nordenskiold, XIII. 
396*; Om det inflytande Marco 
Polos reseberattelse, etc. : Id. 

XIII. 677 1 
Jaworskis anthropologische Skizze 

der Turkmenen : L. Stieda, XIL 

539 1 
Kandahar Inscription, Geography of : 

J. Beames, XIII. 89 f 
Luftdruck und die atmospharische 

Cirkulation in Aflien : A. W^oeikof, 

XVI. 247 1 
Magnetic Surveys and Observationa 

of various places, etc. : H. Fritsche, 

I. 468 1 
Moghuls of C. Asia, History of: N. 

Elias and E. D. Ross, XIII. 319 f 
Museums in Russian Dominions, IL 

169 



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ASIA 

A/At^— continued. 

Nordwcst - Amerika und Nordoet - 
Asien : F. Immanuel, XX. 251 f 

Northern and Central, Recent Geo- 
logical ChaDges in : G. W. Wright, 

XVin. 212§, 326t 
Peopladea dn nord-est de TAsie : I. 

Radlinski, XIII. 214 1 
Phe'nicie et leg Pheniciens: K. Rcclus, 

XVL 124 1 
Photographs, QnHta to Europe : R. 

A. E. Benn, XVI. 596 
Portuguese in : F. C. Dan vers, VI. 

558 § 
Problems of the Far East: Lord 

Curzon, V. 281 1 : VII. 440 f 
Rivers — Areas of basins, XI. 62 
Russia in Asia : Record and Study : 

A. Krauise, XVII. 321 1 ; 'ee a'«> 

Russia, Asiatic, etc. 
Russian addenda to E. Rittcr's 

* Asia.* VI. 554 
Russland in Asien : Krahiuer, XIII. 

559 1 
, Historisch-wirt- 

schaftliche Skizze: M. Mcister, 

XIX. 525 1 
S. E. Coasts, cable interruptions, X. 

276 
S. W. Asia, Link Relations of: T. 

Williams, XVIII. 638 f 
Stanford's Compendium, etc., N. and 

E. Asia: A. H. Keane, VIII. 92 1 ; 

S. and K.W. Asia, VIII. 651 f 
Tarikh-i-Rashidi oC Mirza Muham- 
mad Haidar, DughUt : ed. N. 

Eliiis; trs. E. D. Ross, VL 194 f 
Trade, Future, in the Far East: C. 

C. Wakefield, VIII. 415 t 
Exploration, XIII. 3 ; during Reign of 

Queen Victoria, IX. 597; XVII. 

240* 
Asia and America, My Early Travels 

in : Sir H. M. Stanley, VI. 103 1 
Explorations en Asic en 1897 : Hulot, 

XIL 429 1 
From India to Fergana : V. F. Novit- 

ski, XX. 122 1 
Peking to Petersburg : A. Reid, 

XIII. 453 1 

Tonkin to India, etc. : Prince H. 



d'OrMans, XL 310 1 
Geographischen Forschungen und 

Reisen : J. M. Juttner, XIV. 678 1; 

XVIII. 548 1 ; XX. 554 f 
Heart of a Continent : F. E. Young- 
husband, VII. 562 1 ; VIIL 376 § 
Itineraires k travers 1* Asie : M. Mon- 

nier, XIX. 651 f 
Journey across Asia : C. E. Bonin, 

XVI. 99 ; XVII. 526 
Journey of William of Rubruck to 

Eastern Parts of the World : W. 

W. Rockhill, XVI. 485 t 
Melbourne to Tokio : W. Daish, XVI. 

486 1 



ABIA, OXHTBAL 

Alia — eoniinued. 

P^n k la Mer Noire k travers T Asie : 

C. E. Bonin, XIX. 395 1 
Prschevalskij's Forskningsrcsor i 
Central-Asien : Sven-Hedin, XI. 

194t 
Russian — Explorations russes en 

Asie: J. Deniker, XVIIL 548 1; 

Travaux des Russes dans TAsie 

septentrionalc : L. Raveneau«XIII. 

321 t ; Uebersicht der Expedi- 

tionen : W.Obrutscheff, XI. 310 f 
Scoperte ncir Asia : F. Porona, 

XVII. 547 + 
Travels in the F.ast of Nicholas II., 

Emperor of Russia : l^riucc E. 

Ookhtomsky, XVI. 575 1 
Vom Mittelmeer zum Pcrsischen 

Golf: Baron von Oppcnhcim,XlV. 

117 1; XVL 367 1 
Westward from the Golden Gate : A. 

R. Cotes, XIX. lost 
Maps — 
Asie (Service Geog. de TArmeo), XV. 

450 1; XVL 136+,262t: XVIL 

567 1: XVIIL 117 t 
Beltagebict der Fliisse Ural, Sagis 

und Emba: A. F. Stahl, XVIIL 

246 t 
Gebirgssysteme von Zentral- Asien 

und China : K. Futterer, IX. 247 + 
HolzePs Schulwandkarto von Asien : 

F. Heidericb, XIX. 785 f 
Routes traversed by European and 

Asiatic Explorers, etc., map, X. 

461 1 
Railways — 
All British Railway to China : C. A. 

Moreing, XIV. 678 t 
Chemins de fer asiatiques : P. Barrc, 

XVIL 547 1 
Eiscnbahnon ... in Klein- und Mit- 

tel-Asien: Dr. Kurchhoff, XIX. 

768 t 
Asieus : F. Umlauft, 

XL 682 1 
Russian Railways, XVI. 223; Rail- 
way Policy: R. E. C. Long,''XV. 

190 1 
Alia, Central — 

Blatt aus der Geschiohto Mittel- 

Asiens: P. von Stenin, VIIL 649 1 
Collection of Antiquities from : A. R. 

Hoemlo, XV. 79 f 
Der Pe-Bchan als Typus der Felsen- 

wttste : K. Futterer, XX. 554 f 
Etymology of a few towns of : J. J. 

Modi, XVI. 485 1 
Geographiscbe Skizze von Central- 

asien : W. Obrutschew, VI. 485 1 
Grandes voies commercialcs de 

TAsie centrale : 0. E. Bonin, XL 

567 t 
Heart of Asia, The: F. H. Skrine 

and E. D. Ross, XIV. 336 1, 560 § 
Irrigation iu : H. Moeer, III. 437 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



ASIA, CEHTBAL 

Asia, Central— ooTi^tnued. 

Lettres de TAsie centralc : P. Gour- 

det, XVII. 551 1 
Note Bar les ancl^^unes Chretient^B 

nestorieimes : C. E. Bonin, XVI. 

575 1 
Ornament ot* the Tajiks of Darwaz : 

Count A. Bobrinsky, XVIII. 454 f 
Pcuplea retrouve's do TAsie ocntrale : 

G. Saint- Yves, XV. 548 f, 663 f 
Photographs, Mongolia and Russian 

G. Asia : I. Morse, XVI. 380 
Russian Hosts and English Guests 

in: J. T. W. Perowno, XIII. 214 1 
Siberia and C. Asia: J. W. Book- 
waiter, XV. 487 1 
Voics oommcrciales de TAsic cen- 

trale : C. E. Bonin, XI. 683 1 
Exploration — 
Der Weg von Osch nach Kaschgar : 

H. Toepfer, XVIII. 635 t 
ExpeditioDB anglaises en Asie: 

Septans, X. 119 f 
Premiers voyages des Europ^ns dans 

TAsio centrale: E. F. Berlioux, 

XII. 429 t 
Syen Hedin and Dutreuil de Rhins 

in : Sir T. H. Holdich, XIII. 1.59 § 
Transala'i et Pamirs : G. Saint- Yves, 

XVIII. 108 1 
Voyage d* Anthony Jenkinson dans 

TAsie centrale : H. Conrad, XIII. 

98 1 
Bonin, C. E., XVI. 99; Voyage de 

Pekin au Turkestan rasse, XVII. 

526 §, 673 1 
Chaffanjon, J. : A travers le Turke- 
stan russe, la Mongolie, etc., XI. 

682 1; Mission scientifique dans 

TAsic centrale et la Sib^rie, 

Rapport, XV. 79 f 
Cobbold, R. P., XIII. 65, 446; Inner- 
most Asia, XV. 435 f 
Deasy, H. H. P., VIII. 296, 635 ; XI. 

544, 665 ; XII. 31 1 ; XIII. 65, 656 ; 

XVI. 141*, 501*; Journeys in 0. 

Asia, XVII. 208 1; Roof of the 

World, XVII. 673 1: Tibet and 

Chinese Turkestan, XVII. 673 f ; 

Voyages en Asie centrale de H. 

Deasy, XVIII. 229 1 
Doken, C. de: Journey across C. 

AsU, II. 472 t 
Bemidoff, E. : After Wild Sheep in 

the Altai and Mongolia, XVI. 696 1 
Dunmore, Earl of: Journeyings in 

Pamirs and C. Asia, II. 385 ♦ ; The 

Pamirs, III. 115 § 
Dutreuil de Rhins, J. L. : III. .57; 

VI. 279; final results, XIV. 442; 

Forschungsreisen von, IX. 104 1; 

letter from F. Grenard, XIV. 328; 

Mission Dutreuil de Rhins et 

Grenard dans TAsie centrale: F. 

Ottramare, XI. 90 f; Mission . . . 

dans la Haute-Asie: Dutreuil de 



ASIA, OSHT&AL 
Asia, Central — continued. 

Rhins et F. Grenard, VII. 329 t ; 
Mission scientifique dans la. Haute 
Asie: J. L. Dutreuil de Rhins, 
XI. 450 1; XIII. 159 §, 573 f; 
XIV. 225 t 442 S 
Fiichner, W.': Ritt aber den Pamir 
und durch Ostturkestan, XVIII. 



Futteror, K., XII. 520 ; XIII. 4:30 ; 
AUgemeinen geologischen.. . . in 
Zentral-Asien und China, IX. 
236 1: Die Allgemcinon Wissen- 
s6haftlichen Ergcbnisse einer For- 
sohungsreise durch C. Asien : K. 
Futterer, XVIII. 105 t : Durch 
Asien, XVII. ,547 §; XVIII. 525t: 
Fntterer's Rcise durch Asien: 
M. Friederichsen, XVII. 673 f; 
Reise durch Central-Asicn und 
China : K. Futterer und Holderer, 
XIV. 114 1 

Grenard : $ee Dutreuil dc Rhins 

Grum Grjimailo, G. E. and M. E., 
VII. 656 

Hedin, S., IV. 174; 457; V. 154*, 
271; VI. 78; VII. 195; VIII. 635; 
X. 92, 209; XIV. 90; XV. 643; 

XVI. 472; XVII. 181*; XVIII. 
212, 288; XIX. 85; XX. 7; 
Durch Asiens Wiisten : H. Brun- 
ner, XV. 550 f ; Durch Asiens 
Wusten: Sven Hedin, XIV. 225 f; 
En fard genom Asien, XII. 429 f ; 
Four Years' travel in 0. Asia, XI. 
240», 937*; Genom Centralasia, 
XIII. 319t; Geographisoh-wissen- 
schaftlichen Ergebnisse meiner 
Reisen in Zentralasien, XVI. 696t ; 
Reiseberiohte von Sven Hedin aus 
Central-Asien, XVIII. 105t ; 
Scientific Results, 1894r-1897 . . . 

XVII. 188; (proposal for publica- 
tion), XX. 536; Sven Hedin's 
Riickkehr von seiner Forechangs- 
reise : R. Palleske, X, 339 1 ; Takla- 
Makan Desert, Sven Hedin*s 
Journey across: V. A. Obrucheflf, 
XL 310 1; Through Asia: Sven 
Hedin, XII. 539 f; XIII. 159 §; 
Uebor die letzte rReise von Sven 
Hedin, XX. 242 1; Uebersicht 
meiner Reisen in Zentralasien, 
1899-1902, XX. 307 §, 368 f, 554 f 

Klementz and Golovin, XIII. 658 

Kozloff, P. K.: XVIII. 212, 441, 
532 ; XIX. 85 ; Reise Eozlov's In 
Central-Asien, XVIII. 105 f ; Nach- 
richten von der Kxpe'dition : Krah- 
mer, XIX. 768 f ; Tibet expedition, 
XIX. 576 * 

Lansdell, A. : Ride to Little Tibet, 
III. 70 1, 119 § 

Lapparent, A. de : Dans les sables de 
I'Asie Centrale, XI. 810 f 

Lipsky, V. J.: Upper Bokhara, 



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ASIA, CIKTBAL 

Asia, Gentnl — continued. 

Besults of Three Years' travela in, 
XX. 354 t 

Littledale, St. G., II. 458, 549 ; III. 
445 • ; V. 77, 272 

MasBiea, Mme., VI. 281 § 

Obruoheff, V. A., V. 489 ; C. Asia, N. 
China and Nan 8han, Report of Ex- 
peditions, ©ta, XVL 121t ; XVIIL 

229 t 
Olufsen, O., VI. 472 ; XL 179 ; Den 
auden dansko Pamir-Expedition : 
O. Olu&en, XVII. 210 f 
PeTtsof and Bogdanovitch, II. 55 
RoboroTski and Kozloff, IV. 173; 
V. 489; Vm. 161*; XIIL 432, 
658 ; XV. 56 ; Asie centrale, I'ex- 
ploration Boborovski, X. 648 f; 
Expedition der Kaiaerl. niBsisohen 
Googr. GesellBohaft naoh Mittel- 
asien : Krahmcr, IV. 85 1 ; V. 280 f ; 
VII. 677 f: R^altats . . . du voyage 
do Roborovsky et KozIoy: J. 
Deniker, XVI. 247 f ; To Central 
Asia, 1893-95; V. L. Roborovsky, 

Xn. 95t,328t 

Russian Expeditions, 1894, V. 489 

Saint- Yves, G. : Turkestan chinois et 
Pamirs, XV. 533, 548 f; I>ans Ic 
Tian Chan rasse, XVI. 123 f 

WoUby, VIII. 635 

Younghusband, F. E. : The Heart of 
a Continent, Travels in Manohnria 
... and Chitral, VII. 562 f ; VIII. 
376 § 
Maps — 

Oarto do TAsic centrale, et carte eth- 
nographiqae et politique do TAsie 
centrale : F. Grenard, XIV. 238 f 

Kartc des Tarim-Beckens nnd Kwen- 
Inn-Gebirgssystcms : S. Hedin, 
XVII. 220 1 

Mission scientifiquo dans la Haute 
Asie, Atlas des Cartes : F. Grenard, 
XIIL 573 t 

AVyld*s MiUtary Staff Map of C. Asia 
and Afghanistan, V. 610 f 
Physiography, Biology, Climate — 

Fauna, flora (0. Asia), VIII. 168, 171 

Gmndlinien Anatoliens und Central- 
asiens : E. Xaumann, VII. 329 f 

Klima Centralasiens: A. Woeikof, 
VII. 677 t 

Lakes, A. Woeikof on Periodic 
Flnctnations in Level of, XVIIL 
531 

Meteorologische Beobachtangen in 
Luktsohun, Zentralasien : M. 
Friederiohsen, XIV. 581 1; Obser- 
vations meteorologiqnes faites dans 
la depression au centre du continent 
ttsiatique, XIIL 431 §, 453 f 

Mountain Systems: E. D. Morgan, 
IV. 187 1 

Orography of C. Asia, etc. : V. A. 
Obmohef, VII. 440 f 



A8L&, BAST 

Alia, Central — continued. 

River-basins, areas, XL 62 

Vegetation and Variation of Tempera- 
tures of High Passes, 11. 399 

Verwitterungs- und Deflationspro- 
cesse in Central- Asien : B. W. 
Obrutsohew, VII. 562 t 

Zur Flora von Central-Asien : J. 
Palacky, XIIL 676 t 
Political Geography — 

British, Russian, and Afghan Bound- 
aries on the Pamirs : F. Immaunel, 

,IIL437t 

Etat actuel des rapports anglo-msses 

dans TAsie centrale: G. Saint- 
Yves, XVIIL 548 1 
Nouvelle fronti^re Anglo-russe en 

Asie centrale : E. Blanc, VIII. 415 f 
Rival Powers in C. Asia : J. Popow- 

ski. III. 530 1 
Russian C/olonization in: E. Blanc, 

IIL 631 1 ; IV. 876 1; VIIL 649 t ; 

trade with. III. 236 
Tanguto-Tibetan Borderland of ( liina 

and C. Mongolia: G. N. Potanin, 

IIL 345 1 
Railways, XVIIL 618; Chemin de 

fcr dans I'Asic centrale: P. 

Gourdet, XV. 192 f; Eiscnbahn- 

wescn in Gentralasien und seine 

Bedeutung, XV. 296 f 
Asia, East (am oIm) East, The)— 

AUemagne en Extrdme-Orient : A. 

Brisse, XIX. 396 f 
Awakening of the East: P. Lcroy- 

Beaulieu, XVIL 549 f; XVIIL 

165 § 
Brief History of: J. C. Hannah, XV. 

549t 
Dreiunddreissig Jahrc in Ost- Asien : 

M. von Brandt, XVIL 208 f ; XIX. 

231 1 
Europeens dans TAsie orientale: E. 

Guillot, XIX. 230t 
Far E^t, its History, etc. : A. 

Krausse, XVIL 320 f 
Goographischen Errungcnschaften 

... in Ost- Asien: Miiller-Beeck, 

XL 310 1 
Im Osten Asiens : O. E. Ehlers, IX. 

459 1 
No oriente ; De Napoles k China : A. 

Loureiro, XL 688 1 
Russia's Progress in: C. Schultz, 

XVIL 87 t 
Russische Arbeiton uber Ostasien: 

W. Barthold, XVI. 486 1 ; XVIL 

208 1 

T'oung pao . . . THistoire, etc., de 
TAsie orientale : G. Schlegel et 
H. Cordier, V. 605 t 

Wirthschaftsverhaltnisse Ostasiens : 
A. Wiesenburg, XIV. 114 f 
Climate — 

Atmosphere en Extrdme-Orient pen- 
dant les six moia froids: P. A. 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



ABU, EAST 

AaiSi East — continued, 

Froo, XIX. 653 1; Cyclones aux 
Philippines et dans les mere de 
Chine : J. Algue', XVI. 486 1 ; Das 
Klima Ost-Asiens : W. Erebs, VII. 
329 t ; Lnftdruckyerhaltnisse, und 
die Windbewegungen im Fernen 
Osten : P.'Bergholz, XVIII. 636 t ; 
Ueber Bildungsstatten . . . der 
Orkane des Fernen Ostens: P. 
Bergholz, XVL 122 1 
Exploration — 
K. Futterer, XIII. 430; E. Asiatic 
waters, G. Schott*s voyages (map), 

III. 260 1 ; Russian Ooeanographic 
Work, I. 554 ; Sz^chenyi, Reise des 
Grafen, XIL 95 f: XIV. 114 f; 
(Scientific results), III. 159 t ; 
(Richthofon on), III. 311 * 

Physiography — 
Baron von Richthofcn — Goomorpholo- 

gisclio Studien ans Ostasien, XX. 

555 1; on Stepped faults, XVII. 

658 ; on Structure and Divisions of, 

XIX. 214; Ueber Gestalt und 

GUederung einor Grundlinioon der 

Morphologic Ost-Asicns, XVH. 

320 t; XVin. 455t 
Asia Minor (pee aUo Anatolia, Turkey in 

Asia)— - 
Arme'niens indc'pendants du Taurus : 

Baron A. d* Avril, XI. 682 t 
Asie Aliueurc au point de vuc dc 

l^fmigration allemande: E. Ochl- 

mann, XIV. 579 t 
Beitrage zur Erforschuug Klein- 

Asicns: G. Maercker und Schaffcr, 

XV. 664 t 
Deutsche Eulturmission in Klein- 

asien : L. H. Grothe, XV. 193 1 
Doutsch Forschung in Eleinasicn : 

H. Zimmerer, XL 566 f 
Handbook for Travellers ; ed. Sir C. 

Wilson, VI. 485 f 
Kleinasions Natursch&tzc : K. Kan- 

nenberg, XL 90 f 
Kohlenhafen von Zonguldak: W. 

Schmaltz, XL 194 f 
Neue Forschnngen im nordwestlichcn 

Eleinasien: W. yon Diest und 

Anton, VII. 327 1 
Photographs: Munro, Anderson and 

Anthony, VIL 344; N.W. Asia 

Minor: E. J. Mardon, XVIIL 

350 
Sur les routes d'Asie : G. Deschamps, 

IV. 85 t 
Unexplored Areas, II. 489 

Wald und Waldwirtschaft im Nord- 
lichen Anatolien : V. Schleiff, XX. 

556 1 
Exploration — 
Asia Minor re-discovered, X. 339 t 
Aus Eleinasien : E. Escherich, XIV. 

226 1 
— Lydien : E. Buresch, XL 682 f 



ASIA XIHOB 

Alia Kinor — continued. 

Chantrcs Reisen im Antitaurus und 

in Cilicia, XIV. 226 f 
En Cappadoce : A, Boissier, XL 194 f 
— Phrygie : G. Radet, VII. 329 1 
Forschungsreise des Abbe Le Camus 

nach Eleinasien : E. Goebeler, 

\lll. 308 t 
German Explorations, XIIL 531 ; H. 

Zimmerer on, IX. 649 
Leonhard, R. : explorations, XV. 175 ; 

XX. 652 
Mission scientifiquc, Rapport: E. 

Chantre, XL 194 t 
Naumann, E. : Goldnen Horn zu den 

Quellen des Euphrat, III. 437 t ; 

Reisen in Anatolien, VIL 829 1 
Oberhummer, R., IX. 322; Reise in 

Syrien und Eleinasien, XL 296 §, 

310 1, 566 1 
Philippson in W. Asia Mi., XIX. 751 
Reise im nordwestlichcn Eleinasicn : 

W.Judeich, XIIL 214 1 
Reise in Eleinasien, 1895: F. Sarre, 

IX. 337 t 
Schaffer, XVI. 556; XVII. 190; XX. 

651 
Souvenirs de quclques' annees on 

Asie Mi. : W. Martin, IX. 680 f 
Stcinkaskaden von Hierapolis, Reise 

nach den ; F. von Vinccnz, XVI I. 

90 1 
Through the Cilician Gates to 

Tarsus: Mrs. W. M. Ramsay, XL 

566 1 
History — 
Al-Abrfk Tephrike', capital of the 
Paulicians: G. le Strange, VIII. 

649 t 
ArchiBologische Untcrsuchungen in 

Westlichen Eleinasien: E. Fabri- 

cius, V. 180 1 
Geographical Conditions determining 

History and Religion : W. H. 

Ramsey, XX. 257 ♦ 
Herodotus' Royal Road, VIII. 621, 

629 
Jiidischc Ackerbaukolonien in Anato- 
lien : O. Warburg, XX. 556 f 
Earian Sites and Inscriptions: \V. 

Paton and J. L. Myres, IX. 104 1 
Eleinasien und der Westen im Alter- 

tum : A. Eorte, XX. 242 1 
Modem and Ancient Roads in E. Asia 

Mi. : D. G. Hogarth and J. A. R. 

Munro, III. 159 f 
Ramsay, W. M. : note, VIL 190 
Survivals among Eappadokian Eizil- 

bash: J. W. Crowfoot, XVIIL 

326 1. 440 § 
Three Earian Sites : W. Paton, J. 

L.. Myres, and E. L. Hicks, IX. 

104 t 
Ueber den troischen Ida, die Skaman- 
der-Quclle, etc. : R. Virchow, I. 
468 1 



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ASIA xnros 

Alia Kiaor — ronUinued. 
Maps — 
Arch'aologische Karte : W. Rugc and 
E. Friedrich, XIV. 348 1 ; Empire 
Ottoman, DiylBion administrative 
R. Haber, XYL 708 f; Handels 
nnd Prodokten-Karte : E. Fried 
rich, XIII. 222 1 ; Itinerar-Anfnah 
men im nordweetlichen Kleinasien 
Dieet und Anton, YII. 226 f 
Kleinasien: R. Kieport, XIX 

245 1, 411 1, 786 1; XX. 56(5 f 
Xordwestlidien Kleinasien : W 
von Diest, XIX. 114 f ; XX. 566 f ; 
Roaton - Aufnaiimen : R. Ober- 
hnmmer, XL 326 f; Wichtigsten 
Nadibargebiete der anatolisohen 
Eisenbahn-Linien : W. von Diest, 
XII. 443 1 
Physical Geography — 

Ergebnisse der HOhenmessungen A. 
Philippson's in der Umgebnng von 
Pcrgamon : W. Brennecke, XVIII. 
550 1 

Geologische Studien im siidtetlichen 
Kleinasien : F. Schaffer, XIX. 
654t;.XX. 667t; Geologischen 
Untersnohungen (siidwestl. Kleina- 
sien) : (t. Bukowski, I. 375 f 

(leotektonik dee siidostlichon Ana- 
tolien: F. Schaffer, XVIII. 440 §, 

550 1 
Hierapolis et sa cascade p^trifi^e : P. 

Joanne, IX. 337 t 
Hdbenlandschaften Kappadoziens, 
XIX. 770 1; XX. 124t 
Railways — 
C'hemin de fer de Smyrne k Cassaba : 
J. Bastelicii, XI. 194 f : Chemin de 
fer projete entre la Mediterranee et 
le Golfo per8i(^ue : E. Morel, XIV. 
list; Die Eisenbfthnen Kleina- 
siens, VI. 96 f 
Ada, Korth (see aho Arctic, and Russia, 
Asiatic) — 

Dritte Asiatische Forschungsreise des 
Grafen E. Zichy, XIX. 652 1 ; Nan- 
sen's discoveries, N. coast, IX. 474; N. 
Asia and its Geological Formations : 
P. A. Bielflki, XX. 353 1 
Asia, West~ 
Beitrago zur alten Geographic und 
Geschichte Vorderasiens : W. Belck, 

XIX. 770 1: XX. 124 f 
DamoskuB nach Bardad, Keise von : M. 

von Oppeuheim, VIII. 92 1 
Divisione amministrativa deir Impero 

dei Heleucidi: A. (Jorvatta, XIX. 

232 1 
E. Turkey in Asia and Armenia : F. R. 

MaunBell,VIII. 92t 
Eisenbahnen im weHtlichen Vorder- 
osien : D. M. Schlagintweit, XX. 

556 1 
Nearer F^t, The: D. Q. Hogarth, 

XX. 641 § 



A8BAM 

Alia, Waat— coniifitMd. 
Protohisioric Ethnography of W. Asia : 

D. G. Brinton, VI. 206 1 
Recherohes anthropolog^ques : E. 

Chantre, VIII. 92 f 
Ride through W. Asia : C. Bigham, X. 

288 1 

Russisohe Arbeiten tiber Westasien : 
W. Barthold, XVI. 579 f ; XVII. 321 f 

W. Asia according to most recent dis- 
coveries: C. P. Tiele,IV. 577 f 
Asiatic Society of Bengal, Annual 

Address : Sir C. A. Elliott, IV. 187 f 
of Japan, Index to 

Transactions, VI. 396 f 
Asilli tribe, Abyssinia, XVI. 297 
Askura oasis, Atlas mts., V. 324 
AsmoBsea, P.: Die Entdeokang der 

Nilquellen, IV. 189t 
Aspe-Fleurimout, M. : Congo fitmyais, 

XIX. 399 1; De la oration . . . des 

grands marches de denrees et de 

mati^ros premieres, XVII. 564 f ; La 

question des chemins de fer dans 

I'Afriqueoccidentale, XVIII. lUf 
Asphalt-Quellen am See von Maracaibo : 

Baron H. Eggers, IX. 343 f 
Asphaltum (Philadelphia Museum), XVI. 

591 1 
Aspiazu, A. : Couferencias y escritoa 

cientlficos, XI. 205 f ; obituary of, X. ($42 
Aspropotamos, river, Greece III. 26 
Assa depression, C. Asia ; level, VII. 6.57 
Assam — 

Assam Administration, reports, VII. 
677 1: IX. 575 1; XIL 431 f; XV. 
80 1; XVI. 123 1; XVIII. 4.55 f 

Crop experiments : F. J. Monaban, XI. 

195 1 
Cultivated Plants, List, XX. 466 f 
Earthquake in: H. liUttman Johnson, 

XII. 96 1 
Forest Administration: A. L. Home, 

XIL 431 1; XIII. 558 1: F. G. 

Chester, XVII. 87 1 1 J. A. McKee, 

XVIII. 636 1 
Lac Industry of, Note : B. C. Basu, 

XVI. 365 1 
Laud Records and Agriculture, Annual 

Report: F. J. Mouahan, XII. 431 f 
Mikir Hills in Assam, Geology : F. H. 

Smith, XIV. 458 1 
Plantains in Assam Valley, Cultivation, 

XX. 123 t 
Railways, connection with Burmese, 

VII. 202 
Sanitary Report : A. Stephen, X. 648 f : 

C. W. Carr-Calthorp,XVII. 446 f 
Staple Crops of Khasi and Jaintia Hills, 

XIL 628 t 

Tea Culture, VL 474 ;X. 648 f; XVIIL 
324 1, 455 t 

Trade — with adjoining Foreign 
Countries, Report: L. J. Kershaw, 
XIV. 458 1; Rail and River-borne, 
XVL 365 1; XVIL 446 f; XVIIL 



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ASSAM 

AsBftin — continued. 

230 1 ; River-borae, X. 228 f ; Report : 

F. J. Monahan, XI. 683 f 
Travel — E. Gray : Aasam to Sources of 

Irawadi, III. 221 ♦ ; Prince Henry of 

Orleans, VII. 199 ; Tonkin by 

Talifu to Assam, VIII. 566*; 

Thackeray, E. T. : Assam to Kashmir, 

Sport and Travel, II. 379 1 
Assan, B. G. ; Cttl&torie in regiunile Polare 

nordico,XI. 204t 

Assar Keui, Asia Mi., altitude, IX. 275 

Assarlar \alla|2re, Asia Mi., ruins and in- 
scriptions, IX. 271 

Ass^rac, Monographie de la commune d* : 
Chiron, XI. 680 f 

Assiniboine, mt.. First Ascent of: J. 
Outram, XX. 358 f ; Our Dash for : Id., 

XX. 358 1 
river and its forts: G. 

Bryce, III. 253 1 
Assmann, R. : Ergebnisse der Gewitter- 

Beobachtungen, 1891, VII. 108 f; Exia- 

tenz eines wiirmeren Luftstromes in 

der H5he von 10 bis 15 km., XX. 563 f 
und A. Berson : Ergebnisse der 

Arbeiten am aeronautischen Observa- 

torium, XX. 674 f 
Assyut, Oases of the Mudirieh of: A. R. 

Guest, XVI. 655* 
Astrabad, Persia, X. 570 
Astrakhan, population, IX. 6.58 ; X. 199; 

Elima Astrachans nach F. Schperk : A. 

Woeikof, XI. 88 f 
Astral Gravitation, Essays in illustration 

of Action : W. L. Jordan, XVI. 706 f 
Astrie, M. : Voyage to Kagnabak I., 

Bissagos Archip., VIl. 652 f 
Astrolabe; On an Arabian Astrolabe of 

the 13th Century, etc.: H. Sauvaire 

and J. de Rey- Pailhade, II. 282 t ; From 

Astrolabe to Quadrant, XII. 439 1 
Astroni, Italy ; cone and crater, X. 425 ; 

Astroni-Cigliano ridge, X. 427 

Astronomy — 
Astronomical Observations, Discussion 
on: F. Kuhnert and A. Nahlik, I. 

570 1 
Astronomic und Geophysik, Jahrbach : 

H. J. Klein : t H- 92 ; IV. .S82 ; VI. 

101 ; VII. 448 ; XI. 103 : XII. 217 ; 

XIV. 234 ; XVIII. 240 ; XX. 252 • 
Astronomy for Everyday Readers: B. 

J. Hopkins, I. 471 1 
in relation to Geography, 

II. 502 ; T. Weir on, IV. 285 1 
Atlaa of Astronomy : Sir R. Ball, 1. 95 1 
Connaissance des Temps ou des Mouve- 

ments celestes, pour le me'ridien de 

Paris, XX. 562 t 
Declination und Eigenbewegungen der 

Sterne fiir den Intemationalen Brei- 

tendienst : F. Cohn, XVI. 587 f 
Degree Measurement Bureau, astro- 
nomical work: E. Weiss and R. 

Schramm, IV. 374 t 



ATBABA 

Attronomj—coniitutdd. 
How to calculate the lagna : H. Jaoobi, 

XVI. 703 1 

Korrespondirende Hohen : E. Wendt, 
XX. 362 1 

Nautical Almanac ^$ee dUo «.«.), Ap- 
pendix to, XVIII. 238 ; Tables used, 
X. 232 1 

Astronomy: J. P. Ruthven, 

XII. 329 1 ; Beitrage zur nautischen 
Astronomic : A. Marcuse, XI. 687 t ; 
Mittheilungen uber neue nautisch- 
astronomisch Tafeln: A. Marcuse, 
XII. 545 1 ; Simplification of formulad 
in : H. B. Goodwin, XIV. 586 : Umge- 
staltung der nautischen Astronomie, 
X. 460 1 

Occulations, etc.. Adaptation of Major 
Grant's Graphical Method of pre- 
dicting: A. C. D. Crommelin, XX. 
362 1; Method of predicting by 
Graphical Construction : F. C. Pen- 
rose, XIX. 779 1 

Plan^taire, Un nouveau: G. Guyou 
XX. 362 1 

Radcliffe Observatory, Oxford, astro- 
nomical and meteorological observa- 
tions, VIII. 414 1 

School Orrery : G. P. Reclus-Guyou, 

XVII. 456 1 

Stars of the Equinox 1835, O. Taylor's 
General Catalogue, ed. A. M. W. 
Downing, XVIII., 340 f 

Sun, Tables of Corrected Azimuths of, 

XIX. not 

U.S. Naval Observatory, Publications, 

XVIII. 340 1 

Astrup, E. : Biography ; Y. Nielsen, VII. 
449 1 ; H. Welhaveh, IX. 468 1 ; Blandt 
Nordpolens Naboer, VIII. 194t: IX. 
466 : death of, VII. 209 ; Det arktiske 
problem og de to Peary-expeditioner, 
VII. 1 17 1 ; Journey round Melville Bay, 
V. 345*; Peary's Gr0nlands-ekgpe- 
dition, 1891-92, II. 566 f; Murehison 
Grant awarded to, VI. 93; With Peary 
near the Pole, XII. 102 1 

Asturias, Spain, Devonian Iron Ores: J. 
A. Jones, XVI. 245 1 

Afltyn-tagh : tee Altyn Tagh 

Asymmetry of N. Hemisphere, Suess on, 
XIII. 308 ; of river-deltas, R. A. Daly on, 
XVIII. 219 

At the Back of Beyond: L. Lorimer, 
XIII. 674 1 

Atabubu, Report on Mission to: G. E. 
Fergusson, IV. 189 f 

Atacama, XVIII. 583; Erzlagorstatten 
der Atacamawtiste : O. Nordenskjold, 
XII. 4.36 1 ; XIV. 684 1 ; Gdographie der 
Puna de Atacama: L. Darapsky, XV. 
440 1, 538 §; Puna de Atacama: J. 
Greger, XVII. 213 1 

Atakpame, Bericht . . . meiner Reise nach : 
R. Plehn, IX. 239 f 

Atbara, Patrol on the: G. E. Benson, 



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AfBLOSn 

XUL 561 1 : PhotographB : H. W. Seton- 
Karr, XVIII. 120 
Atelchu river, S. America; H. Meyer's 

expedition to, XII. 193 
Athabasca, district — 
Athabascan Languages, Bibliography 
of: J. C. Pilling, L 568 f; Journal 
d*an Voyage dans le district Atha- 
baska: E. Gronard, IX. 106 f; On a 
portion of district of: R. G. McCon- 
nell. III. 253 1 

lake, IV. 439; Report on 

Country between Athabasca Lake and 
Churchill River: J. B. Tyrrell and 
D. B. Dowling, X. 121 f 

pass, V. 58 

river, XIII. 350; XVII. 532; 



At Western Sources of*; J. Habel, XX. 
358 1 ; Mt. Brown and Sources of : A. P. 
Coleman, V. 53 * 
Athens — ^Ath^nes: H. Haattecoeor, XI. 

565t 

Atherstone, W. G. L. : Eimberlcy and' its 
Diamonds, VIII. 93 f 

Athi plains, E. Africa : $ee Kapte 

river, VII. 406, 410; valley, IV. 118, 

505 

Athos, Mt., Turkey : K. Diihmig, I. 
181 1 

Atiah, Jebel, IX. 531 

Atkins, Hon. J. A.: Indian Wars and 
Uprising of 1655, 1. 377 f 

Atkinson, A. T. : Early Voyagers of Pa- 
cific Ocean, III. 75 f 

, E. : British Mannfactnres and 

Policy of Unfettered Commerce, XVIII. 
460 1; Dominion of Iron and Coal, 
XVIII. 342 1 ; Food and Land Tenure, 
XX. 247 1; Race Problem, its possible 
solution, XX. 248 f ; Wheat-growing 
capacity of U.S., XIII. 681 f 

F. J. : Statistical Review of 



income and wealth of Br. India, XX. 

466 1 
AtlULtio Oeean (tee aUo Oceanography)— 

Admiralty surveys, XII. 71 ; bed, relief 
map, exhibited at Columbian Ex- 
position, III. 132 ; cable fractures, X. 
261; current charts, X. 100§, 128; 
depth, rv. 257; explorations, early 
Portuguese, IX. 200; icebergp^ and 
climate of Europe, H. Habeuicht on, 
I. 172; pilot charts, VIII. 96, 316, 
428; rainfall type; 11, 369; river- 
basins, areas, XL 61; XII. 183; 
soundiogs, XV. 521 ; (by cable-laying 
ships), VI, 477; temperatures, XIV. 
38,40,44; (surface), XIL 123; trawls 
and bottom dredges, XII. 456 ; warm 
axis, VII. 264 

Atlantic in 1892, and Climate of Gironde : 
A. Hantreux, II. 189 f 

Atlantiska Oceaners inilytando, etc. : 
O. Pettersson, XII. 329 f 

Coast, Beaches and Tidal Marshes of: 
N. S. Shaler, XL 201 f 



ATIABTIG OCSAH, FORTH 

Atlantic Ooeaa — continued. 

Coast Tides: M. S. W. Jefferson, XIII. 
566 1 

Density, etc. ; of Atlantic and Mediter- 
ranean : J. Y. Buchanan, II. 374, 
567 1: Sur la density et I'alcalinit^ 
dcs eaux de TAtlantique et de la 
Mediterrande, V. 398 f 

Estuarine Tides: M. S. W. Jefferson, 
XIII. 94 t 

Geographical distribution of Atlantic 
Copepoda: P. T. Cleve, XVIIL 

240 1 
Geophysical Observations and Account 

of Plankton Expedition : O. Kriimmel, 

II. 567 1 
Oceanographical Research in: H. R. 

Mill, XIX. 354 • 
Om Atlantiska oceanens inflytande pa 

v&rt vinter klimat: O. Pettersson, 

XIII. 328 1 
IMlot charis, Atlantic and Mediter- 
ranean (Met. Office, London): tee 

Atlantic, North 
Repartition de la Pression atmo- 

sph^riquc sur I'Oce'an Atlantique, 

etc.: G. Rung, IV. 584 1 
Sailing Directory for S. Atlantic Ocean : 

W. R. Kettle, XIII. 331 f 
Sturmtabellen fiir den Atlantischen 

Ozean : E. Knipping, XIX, 111 t 
Unerforschte Bank im Siidatlantischen 

Ozean : L. Dinklage, XIII. 569 f 
Variations annuelles de Teau de surface 

de rOc^an atlantique: P. T. Cleve, 

G. Ekman and O. Pettersson, XIX. 

538 1 

Wetter zwiscben dcm La Plata und 
Kap Horn : E. Knipping, X. 341 f 
Atlantic Ocean, Korth — 

Atlantique Nord ; vents, etc. : A. Han- 
treux, X. 654 t 

Bottle- Voyage, VII. 102; Steamship 
Routes, XIII. 204 ; Swedish proposal 
for International Research, XL 609 

Charts— Eariy Chart : M. Christy, XL 
459 t ; Nordatlantischer Ozean, XV. 
306 1; Pilot Charts (U.S. Hydro- 
graphic Office), f I. 95, 191. 288, 576; 
IL 288, 576; IIL 80, 168, 444; IV. 
192, 288, 584; V. 192, 288, 512; VL 
108, 204, 300; VIL 124, 452; VIIL 
96, 316, 428 ; IX. 120, 352, 472, 588, 
692; X. 128, 464, 563; XL 212,331, 
580; XIL 111, 336, 444, 645; XIII. 
224, 336, 576; XIV. 128, 239, 469 
XV. 95, 203, 308, 451, 562, 679 ; XVI. 
139, 500, 595, 712; XVIL 103, 223, 
332, 460, 571 ; XVIIL 247, 350, 463, 
. 560; XIX. 119, 248, 416, 538, 668; 
XX. 136, 255, 371, 476, 570, 680; 
Pilot Charts (Met. Office, I^ondon), 
XVII. 438 §; t459, 570, 687, 438; 
XVIIL 120, 247, 350, 560, 654; 

XIX. 119, 248, 416, 538, 667, 787; 

XX. 136, 255, 371, 476, 570, 680; 



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ATLANTIO OOEAK, VOBTH 

Atlftntio Ocean, Nortli — continued. 

Weather in the Winter of 1898-99 

(Met. Office, London), XVII. 570 f 
Circulation of Surface Waters of: H. N. 

Dickson, XVI. 589 f ; XVII. 564 f ; 

XIX. 354 S 
Currents ana current-floats, XII. 446; 

Courants . . . dans TAtlantique nord : 

A. Hautreux, VII. 221 f, 568 f 
Directory : A. 0. Findlay, V. 188 f ** 
De Terre-ncuve ^ la cote des Landes 

(bottle-drift) : A. Hautreux, X. 342 f 
Eastern margin of N. Atlantic Basin : 

W. H. Hudleston, XIII. 686 1; XIV. 

327 ; J. W. Spencer. XV. 199 1 
Etude d'^hantillons d'eaux et de fonds 

provenant de I'Atlantique Nord: J. 

Thoulet, XX. 364 1 
Hydrographic research in, V. 581 
Hydrographischen Untersuchungen des 

Nordatlantischen Ozeans: O. Pet- 

tersson, XVI. 258 1 
Verhaltnisse . . . des 

nordlichen Nordmeeres : O. Pettersson 

and G. Ekman, XII. 217 1 
Inflaeuce of Surface Waters on Winter 

('limate of N. Europe : O. Pettersson, 

XL 611 • 
S.S. National : researches of, III. 302 
Oberflachenstiomungen des nord-atlan- 

tiHchen Ozeans auf Grund der Trift- 

phanomene : G. Antze, XIX. Ill t 
Observations mdteorologiq ues-nautiques, 

XIII. 569 1 
Oceanography of: Prince Albert of 

Monaco, XII. 445 ♦ 
Physical surveys under H. N. Dickson 

and O. Pettersson. XI. 185 
Results of deep sea sounding expedi- 
tion, 1899: K. E. Peake, with notes 

on temperature observations by Sir J. 

Murray, XIX. 781 1 
Sondages effect ues par la ** Drome " dans 

I'Atlantique Nord: V. Poucelet et 

Sehwerer, IX. 467 1 
Steamship routes, XIII. 204 
Temperature and Density of Sea Water 

between Atlantic and North Sea : H. 

N. Dickson, II. 375; Temperature 

and Salinity : Id., XII. 379 ; Surface 

Temperature, IV. 70 
WasscrzirkulatioQ im Nordjitlantischen 

Ozoan : 0. Pettersson, XVI. 257 1 
Atlantic Ferry, Ijouisburg and Milford 

Haven, XIX, 239 1 
Atlantidii, La: L. E. Buelna, XIIL 461 f 
Atlantis, St*)ry of: W. Scott-Elliot, IX. 

688 1 
Atlas mts., V. 320 ; " Vorland" Region of, 

XVII. 530; nee Morocco 
Atlases — 

Value of Historical, IX. 428; Atlas it 
e'chelle uniforme propose : (t. Guyou 
et E, Reclus, X. 459 1; Le premier 
Atlas national et la Mcnipee de 
Tours : L. Drapeyron, V. 403 f 



ATUUIES 

AtlkMW-'Continmed. 
English- 
Bacon, G. W. : Exoelflior Atlas of 
Africa, VIIL 656 f 

Bartholomew, J. G. : Atlas for B. 
African Schools, XIIL 224 f ; XX. 
254 1: Citizen's Atlas, t XII. Ill, 
223, 334, 444. 650, 645 ; XIIL 103 ; 
Handy Beferenoe Atlas of the 
World, VIIL 540 1; International 
Students' Atlas of Modem Qeo- 
graphy, XIX. 665 1 ; Physical 
Atlas, vol. III. ; Atlas of Meteoro- 
logy, XIV. 590 1, 64d§ 

CasselPs Univenal Atlas, I. 96, 191, 
287, 478 

Church Atlases: Chnroh Missionary, 
Eighth Edition. VIIL 76 f, 196 f ; 
Foreign Mission Atlas: G. Smith, 
XIX. 415 1: Historical Church 
Atlas: E. McCluro, XL 110 f 

Commercial Library Atlas, I. 192 f 

India, Statistical Atlas, VIIL 427 f 

Johnston, W. A. and K. : Commercial 
and Library Chart, XL 327 f ; Onr 
Empire Atlas, X. 235 ; Royal Atlas 
of Modem Geography, f 1. 191, 287, 
478; IL 192, 286, 384, 480; III. 
260; XL 327; XVL 498: 
Victoria Begina Atlas, IX. 351 f: 
XIX. 116 1; World-Wide Atlas of 
Modern Geography, t V. 96 ; VIIL 
200; XIIL 224; XVIL 101 

London School Atlas : H. O. Arnold- 
Foster, XVIL 101 1 

Philip, G. : Handy Volume Atlas of 
the Worid : E. G. Ravenstein, VI. 
299 t ; XVIL 101 1 ; London School 
IkMird Atlas, XVL 710 f; Handy 
General Atlas of the World, IX. 
472 1 ; Systematic Atias : E. G. 
Rayenstein, HI. 355 1 ; VI. 298 f 

Poole, B. Lane: Historical Atlas of 
Modem Europe, fVIII. 655; IX. 
118, 246, 350, 470, 586, 692 ; X. 126, 
235, 559, 658; XL 108, 326, 578, 
690; XII. 221, 442, 043; XIIL 
222 ; XIV. 126, 468 ; XV. 202, 449 ; 
XVL 377, 708; XIX. 411; XX. 
133, 367 

Sphere Atlas, XVIL 102 f 

Stanford : London Atlas of Universal 
(Geography, III. 356 t 

Time^ Atlas, t V. 611 ; VI. 105, 204, 
2im ; XVI. 264 

U.S.A.; Statistical Atlas: H. Gannett, 
XII. 550 1 
French — 

Colonies francaises : P. Pelet, t XVI. 
379,709; XVll. 330; XVI IL 559; 
XIX. 247 

Lacs fran9ais: A. Delebeoque, IX. 

246 1 
Mel in. Atlas historique et geo- 
graphique : A. Paris, f VI. 592 ; IX, 
586; XIV. 127 



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ATLA8S8 

Atlwi eofUinved. 

Sohrader: L*Aim^ oaitographiqne, 

tlX. 248: XL 210; XHI. 334; 

XV. 451; XVIL 222; XIX. 414; 

Geographie historiqae, f II. 286, 

572; in. 167, 259. 540; IV. 96, 

287; V. 191, 408, 510; VL 204; 

Vn. 228, 574 
et Saint - Martin : Atlas 

nniverael de Geographie, f IV. 96 ; 

VI. 105; VIL 343; VIIL 200, 

656; IX. 587; X. 126; XL 110, 

327; XIL 111, 334; XIIL 692; 

XIV. 239, 349 ; XV. 94, 307, 451, 

560; XVI. 711 ; XVIL 223; XX. 134 
Tunisie, Atlas aroh^ologique : E. 

Babelon, B. Cagnat, and 8. Keinacb, 

VIIL 539 1 
Vidal-Lablache : Atlas general, fl- 

479 ; II. 192, 480 ; III. 260, 443 ; 

IV. 96, 479 ; Historical, L 96 f 
German — 
Andree : Allgemeiner Handatlas, f I. 

478; n. 573; XL 464, 692; XIL 

III. 223, 334, 444, 550, 645; XIIL 
103, 224, aS4 

Debes: Nener Handatlas iiber alle 
Telle der Erde, t IL 573 ; II [. 355 ; 

IV. 479; V. 408: XIIL 224 
Freytag, G. : Export - Atlas fur 

Welthandel und Industrie, XX. 

254 1 
and Berndt : Welt- Atlas, 

XVn. 101 1 
Hartleben, A. : Kleiner Volks- Atlas, 

IX. 248 1 
Hickman : Taschen-Atlas, V. 190 f 
Kiepert, H. : Grosser Hand-Atlas, 

1 1. 192, 575; IL 480; III. 260; V. 

190; Form«B Orbis Antiqui, tL 

383; IV. 479; XVIIL 118; XIX. 

537 
Langhans, P. : Deutsohcr Kolonial- 

Atlas, t IL 192 ; IV. 479 ; V. 287 ; 

VIIL 314; IX. 692; Kleiner Han- 

delsatlas fur Lebranstalten, VL 

400 1 
Lehmann and Petzold : Atlas fur 

Mittel nnd Oberklassen hoherer 

Lebranstalten, XL 110 1 
Laddecke, R. : Deutscber Scbnlatlas, 

V. 408 t 

Meyer: Hand-Atlas, f XIIL 575; 

XIV. 239, 349, 469, 591, 695 ; XV. 

93, 203 
Miller, K. : Mappfflmnndi ; Die alter- 

ten Woltkarten: tee Oartograpby, 

Ancient 
Peip, C. : Tasobenatlas von Wien, 

VIIL 427 1 
Penck and Biehter : Osterreichiscben 

Alpenseen, IX. 117 1 
Peucker, K. : Atlas fur Handels- 

acbulen, IX. 472 f 
Putzger, F. W.-: Historiscber Schnl- 

Atlas, XVL 263 f 



ATMOflPHIES 

AtlasM —eoniinued, 

Pertbes, J.; Gesobicbts-Atlas : A. 
Sebuls, XL not; Alldeutscber 
Atlas, XV. 307 1; See- Atlas, V. 

96 t 

Scobel, A. : Handels - Atlas zur 
Verkebrs- und Wirtscbaftsgeogra- 
pbie, XX. 369 ; Nouer Volks- und 
Familien - Atlas in einbnndert 
Kartenseiten, XIX. 247 f 

Sieglin, W.[: Hand-Atlas zur Ge- 
scbiobte der Altertbums, III. 540 f ; 
VL 298, 590 1 

Sobr-Bergbaus' Hand-Atlas iiber alle 
Teile der Erde: A. Bludau, XX. 

475 1 
Spamer: Grosser Handatlas, VII. 

574 1 * IX. 248 1 
Spruner: Historical Atlas, II. 384 f 
Stieler : Hand-Atlas, f XIX. 116, 247, 
537, 666, 787 ; XX. 134, 255, 476, 
680 
Zimmcrer : Pbotoool - Sammel - Atlas, 
XIV. 236 1 
Italian — Atlante Scolastioo per la geo* 
grafia Fisica e Politica di G. 
Pennesi, fll. 574; IV. 583; IX. 
692; XIL 550; Atlanten des 
Battista Agnese: K. Kretschmer, 
IX. 467 1 ; Atlanti e Carte nauticbe, 
etc., note di C. Errera, IX. 686 1 
Russian — Gbarts, etc.. Catalogue, XIIL 
220 1 : Climatological Atlas of 
Russian Empire, XVIL 685 f 
Atlee, W. : Improvement of Cbannel of tbo 

Delaware River, IX. 241 f 
Atmotpbere— 

Air and Life : H. de Varigny, X. 232 f ; 

air of towns : J. B. Coben, X. 232 f 
Appareils employes pour recueillir Tair 
k grande bauteur: L. Cailletet, IX. 

686 1 
Atmospb&riscben Koblensauregebalts 

Einfluss auf die Temperatur: S. 

Arrbenius, X. 653 f 
Atmospbere in Relation to Human Life 

and Healtb: F. A. R. Russell, X. 

232 1 
Circulation de I'air dans le sol : Debe'- 

rain et Demoussy, VII. 448 1 
Circulation of: W. M. Davift, XIV. 

586 t 
, Grand Currents, etc, of: 

J. Tbomson, I. 880 f 
Dust-particles in Atmospbere, Number 
of: J. Aitken, VIIL 424 1 ; Poussi^es 
atmospberiqucs obeervces k Tunis : 

B. Bertain-Cband, XVIIL 240 1 ; 
Poussi^ree et la transparence de Tair ; 

C. Dufour, VIIL 424 f 

Dynamic principle of circulatory move- 
ments in : V. Bjerknes, XVIL 563 1 

Eclipse cyclone and diurnal cyclones : 
H. Clayton, XVIIL 239 1 

Equilibrium of a column of air: D. 
Robertson, XVIL 563 t 

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gp:neral index to vols, i.— xx. 



AT1I08PHBBE 

Atrntrnpyitn— continued. 

Erosiou, etc., performed by : J. A. 

Udden, IV. 88 1 
Exploration of Air by meaiu of Kites : 

C. F. Marvin, XIV. 345 1 : A. L. 
Rotoh, IX. 244; XIV. 3451 

Explorations of Upper Atmosphere : H. 

de Qraffigny, XIV. 345 f 
General Circulation of : 1). H. Kemball, 

XIX. 780 1 
Geography of, XVIII. 419 
Influence de I'Air sur la vie de Phomme : 

D. Joupdanet, IX. 244 f 
Jahreatemperatoren des Luft iiber den 

Ozean : W. Zenker, I. 478 f 
Kite- work of U.S. Weather-bureau : H. 

Frankenfield, XVI. 257 f; XVII. 

215 1 
lie pouvoir grossissant de l* : A. Tisch- 

ner, VI. 394 1 
Luftaustausch zu beiden Hemisph'aren : 

O. Basohin, VII. 118 1 
Luftdrnckvertheilung und Mondde- 

klination ; B. Biirnsteiu, XVII. 97 f 
Luft8tr()mmungen iiber dcr ungarischen 

Tiefebene; J. Hegyfoky, XIII. 

98 1 

Mean Temperature of, and Causes of 
Glacial reriods : H. N. Dickson, 
XVIII. 516* 

Mechanics of earth's atmosphere; col- 
lection of translations: C. Abbe, II. 

470 1; III. 164t 
Meteorology of Upper Atmosphere, Dr. 

Hunn on, XVIII. 218 
Phenom^ues physiques des Hautcs 

Regions de TAtmosphiire : A. Comn, 

VII. .508 1; VIII. 423 1 

Physical Phenomena of the Upper 
Regions of: A. Cornu, XIII. 568 t 

Recherches . . . de Tatmosphere: H. 
H. Hildcbrandsson. XII. 104 f 

Refraction, Terrestrial, in W. Himalayan 
Mountains : J. T. Walker, IV. 88 f ; 
Theorie der Atmosph'arischon Refrac- 
tion, etc. : L. Matthiessen, XV. 301 f 

RUcktransport der Luft ... in den 
gemiissigten Zonen : W. Koppen, XV. 
88 1 

Bondages de la haute atmosphere: H. 
de Grafflgny, IX. 085 1, 

Stromungen der liUft in don baro- 
metriachen Minima und Maxima : D. 
Polls, XV. 88 t 

Study of Waves and Wave-structures of: 
V. Cornish, XIII. 024 

Temperature of, G. Hermite on. III. 
239 ; Air and Sea temperature, Dis- 
tribution : W. Zenker, I. 379 f ; Air 
and Soil Temperature : W. von 
Bezold, I. 471 1; Temperatur der 
freien Atmosphare: H. Hergesoll, 
XVI. 374 1; in S. Hemisphere, Dr. 
Hann on, VII. 550 §; tee Temperature 

Theorio der IJewcgung der Erdatmo- 
sphare: P. D. Kitao, VII. 118 f 



AVCHDTOLOBB 

Atmoiphert—oon^tiitted. 
Thermodynamik der Atmosphaere : W. 

von Bezold, XVI. 130 f 
Tourbillon polaire: A. Poinoare', XII. 

638 t 
Variation diume de T^ectricit^ atmo- 

spherique : A. B. Ohuveau, XVII. 

454 1 
Vertical Circulation of: H. Schaw,XV. 
302 t ; Vertical Component of Motions 

of:Id., XII. 638t 
Warmeren Luftstromes in der HOhe von 

10 bis 15 km., Existenz eines: R. 

Assman, XX. 563 f 
Wissenschaf tliche Luftfahrten : J. Hann, 

XVII. 681 1 
Wo ist der hdchste Luftdrnck der Erde 

mit und ohne Reduktion auf das 

Meeresniveau ? A. Woeikof, XVI. 

374 1 
Atmospheric Actinometry, etc. : E. Du- 
claux, X. 2.33 t, 653 f 

Electricity — UntersuchuDgen 

auf dem Gebiete der atmospharischen 
Elektricifat : F. Exner, XVII. 562 f 

gases dissolved in sea-water. 



Determination of, XIV. .554 

Physics and Climatology, Cata- 



logue of Works on, VI. 199 f 

Survey, U.S. Daily: W. L. 



Moore, XII. 176 f 

Tides — Ecarts baroraetriques 



sur le meridien du Soleil, etc : A. 

Poincar^, XIV. 687t 

and Oceanic Currents — Ueber 



cinen hydrodynamiscben . . . Mechanik 
der Atmosphare und des Woltmoeros : 
V. B^orknes, XIV. 687 t 

Atna river : tee Copper river 

Atoll-Islets, Broadening of: C\ Hedloy, 
XI. 573 1, 674 § 

Atrato river, Colombia, XVII. 347 

Atrek river, Persia, X. 572, 577 

Attiinoux, J. B. d' : An Maroc, XII. 98 f; 
Ce qu'il faut penser des Tourareg, XII. 
210 t; Expedition in Sahara, IV. 65; 
La navigabilite du Mekong de la Chine 
au haut Laos, XI. 683 f; L'utilisation 
du Sahara fran^ais, XI. 684 1 ; Tripoli 
et les voies commerciales du Souoan, 
VII. 333 t 

et E. Lolie': Le Soudan 

fran9ais et les campagnes centre 

Samory,XL314t 
Atteridgc, A. H. : Dongola Expedition of 

1896, X. 340 t 
Attica, Map: E. Curtius and J. A. 

Kaupert, II. 191 f 
Attikonak lake and river, Labrador, V. 

532 
At To Pass, Kwen Lun mts., XVI. 506 
Aty-bogdo mts., Gobi Desert, XIX. 582 
Au pays des cannibales: Mme. de Har- 

msowsky, XII. 432 1 
Auchincloss, S. : Waters within the 

Eurth, etc., XI. 105 



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AtrOHMBLOinS 

Anohterlonie, T., and J. Pinnook: The 
City of Beoin, XII. 325 1 

Anerbach, B. : Etude 8iir le regime et la 
navigation da Rhin, I. 373 1 ; La carte 
de Lorraine, XIII. 87 1; La Germani- 
aation de la Pologne pruasienne, VL 
293 1 ; La Qnestion . . . dee AUemands 
en Boheme, XII. 425 f ; La regime de 
TElbe, XX. 239 1 : Le Platean Lorrain ; 
EflBai de G^ographie re'gionale, 1. 467 t ; 
II. 52 §; Le regime de I'Oder, X. 
451 1 ; Les Races et les Nationalites en 
Antriche-Hongrie, XIL 421 $, 425 f; 
Rapport rar lee travanx dn YII". Con- 
gr^ international de g^grapbie, XVII. 
327 1 ; Ueber franaosische Landerknnde, 

XV. 188 1 
Ank Horn, Spitsbergen, XIV. 64 
Ankery, Nameless Bay, Noyaya Zemlya, 

XL 335 
Aulagnon, C. : La Sib^rie ^conomiqne, 
XIX. 769 1; La Kibe'rie oocidentale et 
centrale, XVIII. 326 f 
Aoi^, L» yall^ de Y : H. Basson, XV. 
296 1; Une Ascension dans V: T. 
Halome, XIII. 321 f 
Anrich, Volksyerdichtang im Regierungs- 

bezirk : O. Thiele, XIX. 393 f 
AarivilUus, C. : Das Plankton des Bal- 
tisoben Meeres, IX. 112 f; Vergleich- 
ende . . . Untersnohnngen uber die 
Plankton-Faana des Bkageraks, XIII. 
328 1 
Aurora — 
Altitude aboYO Earth's Snrface : 0. 

Abbe, XIII. 568 f 
Aurora Australis and Borealis; letter 

from C. Harvey, XVI. 691 
Aurores australes et boreales: H. 

Ar^towski, XVII. 681 1 
Demonstration geographique de Forigino 
terrestre des aurores polaires : H. 
Stassano, XIX. Hit 
Influence des basses prossions baro- 
metriques sur la frequence des 
aurores polaires: H. Htassano, XIX. 

780 t 
Ueber . . . Periode der Polarliohter 
nnd Gewitter: N. Ekholm und 8. 

Arrhenius, XIV. 687t 

Australis, V. 584, 588 ; XVI. 410 ; 

Aurores australes observces pendant 
rhivernage de Texp^dition antaretique 
beige : H. Ar9tow8ki, XVI. 257 f ; Das 
SQdlicht : W. BoUer, IX. 244 f ; Obser- 
vations on: H. Ar9tow8ki, XVI. 92*, 

49.St 

Borealis, in Franz Josef Land, XI. 



131; in London from 1707 to 1895: 
R. 0. Moesman, XII. 322 1 : in Polar 
Basin, IX. 502; XVIL 667; Aurores 
boreales: E. Dnrand-Greville, VIII. 
423 1; IX. 112 1: EfTet de rhumidite 
. . . sur : A. Paulson, VII. 448 f ; Nord- 
lichtphotographien: O. Baschin, XVIII. 
239 1 : Nordlys : A. Paulsen, XI. 688 1 ; 



AVSnAIASIA. 

Ursaohe der Nordliohter : H. Arrhenius, 
XVnL239t 

Aussee, Austria ; duration of snow layer 
at, IX. 557 

Austin, H. H. : Among Hwampe and 
Giants in Equatorial Africa, XX. 559 f* 
642 §; Exploration in 8obat Region, 
XY. 279; From Njemps to Marich 
Save andMumia's, XIV. 307; Identi- 
fication of Wellby's river and the Gelo, 
XIX. 520; Journey from Omdarman 
to Mombasa vid Lake Rudolf, XIX. 
669*; Lake Rudolf, XIV. 148*; 
letter on Hydrography of Sobat Region, 
XIX. 385; remarks on ""From the 
Somali Coast ... to the Sudan," XX. 
399; Harvey of Sobat Region, XYII. 
495*; XVm. 456 1; Survey of W. 
Shore of Lake Rudolf, XIII. 303; 
Through Sudan to Mombasa, XX. 357 f 

. Bright, and Gamer: expedition 

to Lake Rudolf, XVIII. 533 

-, J. B. : Venezuela's Territorial 



Claims, VIII. 420 1 

, Hon. O. P.: Azonnd the World 



American Exposition, XVIL 566 f; 
Colonial Administration, XIX. 782 1 ; 
ColonUl Systems of the World, XIII. 
688 1; Commercial Development of 
Japan, XIV. 580, f ; Commercial Impor- 
tance of Samoa. XIV. 464 1 ; Problems 

ofthePacific, XX. 675t 
Austral Sub-region of Geography of 

Mammals, IV. 38 



Asia and Australasia : Hon. J. Douglas, 

XX. 470 1 
Australasia (British Empire Series), 

XVIL 95 t 

and Antarctic exploration. 



XII. 194 
XI. 686 t 



in 1898 : G. R. Badenoch, 

Old and New : J. G. Grey, 

XVIII. 554 t 
Australasian Agriculture: R. Wallace, 

I. 569 1 
Anthropological Journal, 

IX. 113 1 
Colonies, History: E. 

Jeiiks, VII. 336 1 
Australien und die Siidsee : H. Greft- 

rath, XII. 437 t 
Bibliography of: Petborick, XI. 437; 

XII. 101 1; XIV. 231 1 
British Colonies of, Progress: J. Bon- 
wick, IX. 580 1 
Britislier's impresBious of Australasia 

and America : Earl of Meath, 1. 571 1 
Comparative Statistics of Australasian 

Railways: P. Howell, XIII. 683 f 
Fortschritte der geographischen For- 

schungen und Reiscn im Jahre 1901 : 

F. Umlauft, XX. 675 t 
Geographischen Forschungen und 

Reisen : H. Greffrath, X. 652 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I— XX. 



AU8TBALIA 

Autt%]AnA— continued. 

Geography in : J. P. Thomson, IX. 683 f 

Geological Society of, Inaugural Ad- 
dress : J. Stirling, X. 231 f 

Goldfelder AuBtralasiens : E. Schmeis- 
ser, XI. 319 1 

Goldlandern AnstralasienB, Reisebeo- 
baohtungen in den: E. Sohmeisser, 
IX. 109 1 

Im australischen Busch nnd an den 
KuBten dea Eorallenmeeres : R. 
Semon, X. 122 1, 217 § ; XIII. 325 1 

In Savage Isles and Settled Lands : B. 
Baden-Powell. L 88 1 

Islands of Southern Seas, Hawaii, etc. : 
M. M. Shoemaker, XI. 686 •»- 

La conqu^te de TOc^nie pas les nations 
enropeennes : P. Barr^, V. 92 f 

Mineral Waters of. Composition and 
Properties, XIV. 342 f 

Nests and Eggs of Birds found breed- 
ing in Tasmania and Australia : A. J. 
North, XX. 470 f 

Map of: Fr. Behr, L 477 1 

Royal Geographical Society of. His- 
torical Review : A. Muir, IX. 687 1 : 
Anniversary Address to Queensland 
Branch: J. P. Thomson, XL 456; 
Medal of do., XVI. 568 

Seismological Phenomena, XIV. 342 f 

Seven Colonies of Australasia: T. A. 
Cbghlan, VI. 98 1 ; X. 341 ; t XIV. 
342 t : XVIII. 236 f, 458 1 

Stanford's Compendium of Geography 
and Travel : A, R. Wallace, III. 74 1 ; 
F. H. Guillemard, V. 91 1 

Tables ... for Time and Height of 
High Water in New Zealand, Sydney, 
etc. : W. N. Goalen, XIII. 325 f 

Tertiary MoUusca: G. F. Harris, XL 

101 1 
Wragge's Anstmlasian Almanac, etc., 
XVL 585 1; Weather Bureau work, 
XX. 545 
Auitralia— 

Association for Advancement of 

Science, Geography at, XV. 429 
Australia : L. H. Bircher, X. 553 f ; 

Do., Miss F. Shaw, III. 535 f 

Deserta: J. A. Panton, 

VIII. 422 t 



in 1897: E. A. Petherick, 

XII. 437 1 

Australian Bibliography, III. 535 f 
Directory, VIII. 193 f; 

XIII. 683 1; (Supplement, 1900), 
XVIIL 236 t, 458 1: (1902) XX. 

672 t 

Outlook, The: Miss F. 



Shaw, III. 349 1 
Australians, The ; Social sketch : F. 

Adams, IL 92 1 
Australien und Ozeanien : W. Sievers, 

VIL 693 t 
und Siidseefahrt : A. 

Daiber, XIX. 776 1 



AV8TBALTA 

Anitrftlia— eontinued. 

Beobachtungen uber den Handel und 

Verkehr AustraUens : M. W^iede- 

mann,XX.360t 
Camels in: N. E. Phillipson, XV. 

553 1 

Centr. Australia, remarks on : W. H. 
Tietkens, XIV. 463 f 

Geographical progress in, X. 318 ; 
Geographical evolution of Austra- 
lian Continent : J. P. Thomson, 
XIX. 236 1 : Geographical history 
of Australian Continent; A. C. 
Gregory, VII. 682 1 ; Geographisch- 
statistische Uebersicht iiber die 
australisohen Kolonien: H. Greff- 
rath, XL 319 1 

Gladstone Colony, etc. : J. F. Hogan, 
XL 571 1 

Handbooks — Australian : Gordon and 
Gotch, L 378 1; IV. 379; VTL 
682 1 ; Handbook (incorporating 
New Zealand, etc.X XI. 456 f ; 
Shippers* Handbook . . . and Busi- 
ness Guide, XV. 197 f, 300 1 

History of: G. W. Rusden, XL 456 1, 
670 § 

Land of Gold, The : J. M. Price, VIII. 

193 1 
Market Fishes, etc., of: W. Saville- 

Kent, A. 341 f 
Natural History Gleanings : W. 

Saville-Kent, XL319t 
Nomenclature of an Australian 

Colony : A. J. Wright, XIIL 95 t, 

306 § 
On the Wallaby : G. Boothby, IV. 87 1 
Photographs; S. and W. Australia: 

R. T.Maurice, XX. 680 1 
Saugetier-Fauna AustraUens : R. 

Lemon, XL 571 f 
Soldiering fifty years ago, Australia 

in the Forties: De Winton, XL 

686 1 
Souvenir of Farewell Banquet to 

Earl of Hopetown: ed. C. S. Rut- 
ledge. XVII. 325 1 
Studies in Australia in 1896 : Hon. T. 

A. Brassey, IX. 465 
Wirtschaftlichen Verhaltnisse der 

australisohen Kolonien: E. Jung, 

XIIL 95 1 
Year-Book 1895: Hon. E. Greville, 

tVIL 116; 1896, VIIL 193; 1897, 

X. 341 ; 1898, XIL 437 ; 1899, XIV. 

231; 1900, XVL 254; 1901, XVIIL 

458; 1902, XX. 562 
Aborigines — 
Aboriginal Bora at Gundabloni, 1 894 : 

R. R. Mathews. VIL 116 f 
Aborigines: J. Matthew, XVI. 229 f 
Austral-English Dictionary : E. E. 

Morris, XL 319 f 
Australian language as spoken by the 

Awabakal: L. E. Threlkeld, ed, J. 

Eraser, HI. 255 f 



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AirSTRALIA 

Avitnlia — conHnued. 

C. Australia, Native tribes of: B. 

Spenoer and F. J. Gillen, XIIL 

32ot 
Contribations to catalogue of works 

on Anthropology of Australian 

and Taamanian aborigines: R. 

Ethoridge, VI. 198 1 
DiTisional Systems : R. H. Mathews, 

XIV. 685 1; XVL229§ 
Eaglehawk and Crow: J. Matthew, 

XIV. 685 1; XVL229§ 
Influence of Geographical Position 

on: E. Favenc, IL 316 ♦ 
Origin : R. H. Mathews, XVII. 679 f ; 

R. S. Walpole, XV. 554 f 
Rock Pictures : R. H. Mathews, VII. 

116t; Rook Carvings: R. H. 

Mathews, XL 203 f ; XII. 328 1 
Social organization: H. Canon, IV. 

879 1 
Totemio Divisions : R. H. Mathews, 

XII. 544 1 
Tracking by : A. T. Margarey, XV. 

554 1 
Water, quest of : A. T. Margarey, XV. 

555 1 
Coasts and Seas — 
Admiralty Surveys, IV. 28 ; XII. 72 ; 

XVIII. 82 
Currents ; H. C. Russell on, XI. 438 ; 

XVI. 689 
Directory, S. and E. Coasts, IX. 683 f 
Great Barrier Reef: tee i.v. Great 
Lady NeUon, H.M.S. : W. C. Thorn- 

son, XIX. 530 f 
Magnetic Shoal off Bezort I. : R. L. J. 

Bllery, I. 88 1 
Oceanography, Contribution to : T. W. 

Fowler, XIIL 567 1 ; XIV. 463 f 
Discovery and Exploration — 
Notes, IL 22 ; IX. 600 ; during reign 

of Queen Victoria, XVII. 233*; 

Unexplored Areas, IL 494 ; Notes 

on expeditions — Baldwin-Spencer 

(northern), XVII. 664; XVIU. 

537 ; H. Fletcher, X. 216 ; H. W. 

Hartslett, X. 216; H. W. Hill, 

XX. 657 ; S. G. Hubbe, X. 216 
Aeroee Australia: G. White, XX. 

128t 
Australische Reise : R. von Lenden- 

feld, I. 185 1 
Au travers da continent Australien : 

H. V. Barclay, XIV. 342 1 
Calvert, A. F. : Explorations in, HI. 

74 1; VL 490 1; (1844-1896), IX. 

109t 
Colonial Tramp : H. Nisbet, IX. 109 f 
Continent Austral, Le : A. Raioaud, 

IV. 475 t 
Cook's Voyage, Botany of: Sir J. 

Banks and D. Solander, XVI. 

254 1 ; XVIII. 337 f 
Das unbekannte Siidland: S. Ruge, 

VU. 337 1 



AITBTBALIA 

Auitralia— ooii<tniiecf. 

De Quiros and discovery of Australia : 
A. Sutherland, XIX. 530 f; Do 
Quiros' Voyage : G. Gordon, XV II. 
679 1 ; Did De Quiros land at Port 
Curtis? G. Gordon, XIX. 530 t ; 
Do. : W. C. Thomson, XVII. 679 1 ; 
Was Australia discovered by De 
Quiros in 1606? Card. Moran, 
XVI. 479 ; XIX. 377 §, 580 

Discovery : A. F. Calvert, IL 566 f ; 
G. Collingridgo, VII. 682 f; IX. 
450 §; Notes on: E. D. Morgan, 
IIL 535 1; letter from R. S. 
Whiteway on, XL 80; Part borne 
by Dutch in : J. E. Heeres, XFV. 
685 1; XV. 69 §; Participation 
dea Neerlandais k la d^couverte de 
TAustralie: E. Janssens, XVI. 
127 1; Was Australia discovered 
in the Sixteenth Century? E. 
Heawood, XIV. 421*; letter from 
J. P. Edmond, XIV. 574; Dis- 
covery of £. Coast of New Holland : 
A. C. Macdonald, X. 652 f 

Elder Expedition (Central), I. 552; 
IIL 163 1, 834; Maps, L 478 1; 
III. 80 1 ; Photograph, IL 96 

Eyre Lake, J. W. Gregory's expedi- 
tion, XIX. 877, 509, 607 

Gegenwartige Stand unserer Kcnnt* 
nis des Australkontinents : E. 
Jung, IX. 109 1 

Glimpses of Australian Exploration : 
J. Bryant, XIX. 237 f 

Horn Expedition, IV. 67 ; X. 51 ; 
H. Greffrath on, IX. 109 f ; Journal, 
etc.: C. Winnecke, IX. 580 f; 
Plan of route, VIIL 95; Reports, 
etc.: B. Spencer, IX. 109 f; (Zoo- 
logy), VIIL 193 t, 421 1 ; Horn- 
Expedition in Zentralaustralien : 
F. Hahn, XIL 215 f; Map: B. 
Hassenstein, XL 827 f ; Scientific 
Exploration of 0. Australia : W. A. 
Horn, VII. 446 f 

In the Australian Bush, etc. : R. 
Semon, XIIL 325 1 

Israelite Bay to Coolgardie: A. J. 
Wright, VIIL 422 1 

Kimberley, N. W., Report on Ex- 
ploration : F. S. Brockman, XX. 
456, 471 1 

Eort overeigt over **Den Dahlske 
expeditions" ... of Nordaustra- 
liens : K, Dahl, IX. 465 f 

Naval Pioneers of Australia: L. 
Becke and W. Jeffery, XIIL 683 f 

N. Australia and New Guinea, 
Journeys in : R. Somon, IV. 285 1 

On a bicycle in Australian Wilds : A. 
Burton, XV. 86 f 

Spinifex and Sand: Hon. D. W. 
Carnegie, XIIL 326 f 

Story of Australian Exploration : R. 
Thynne, V. 91 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



AUSTSALU 

Anstralia — continued. 

Stadienreise naoh Australien, Ergcb- 
nisse oiner wirtsohaftgcogreph- 
iflohen : M. Wiedemann, XIX. 403 1 

Terra AustmliB incognita: Morris, 
XIV. 586 1 

Tietkens, \V. H. : Journal of Ccntr. 
Australian Expedition, II. 188 t 

Trip to the land of the Kangaroo: 
W. McCormick, XII. 437 1 

Twelve Hundred Miles on Mnrray 
Kiver : A. S. Murray, XV. 443 t 
Flora- 
Australian Fungi, etc. : D. McAlpine, 
VIL 336 t; Effect of Settlement 
upon Indigenous Vegetation: A. 
Hamilton, L 569 f ; IL 269 §; 
Origin of, XV. 85 f ; remarks on 
Past, Present, and Future of: W. 
Wools, XVII. 559 1 ; Timber Re- 
sources of the AustniUan Common- 
wealth : E. T. Scammcll, XX. 
128 1: Vegetation and its Geo- 
logical Development : J. Shirley, 
XVIIL 236 1 
Maps — 

Commercial Map : Bartholomew, VL 
203 t ; Reduced Survey : Bartholo- 
mew, XIV. 127 1; Remarkable 
Maps of Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Centuries: F. MuUer, XIV. 127 t 
Meteorology — 

Climate and Artesian Waters : J. P. 
Thomson, XIX. 659 f; Fedend 
Weather Bureau, Suggestions for 
Establishment: C'. L. Wraggo, 
XIX. 403 t ; Meteorological Work : 
C. L. Wragge, XVII. 325 f ; Ob- 
servations at Adelaide Observa- 
tory : C. Todd, I. 570 t ; Types of 
Australian Weather: H. A. Hunt, 
IX. 109 1 ; X. 123 f 
Mining — 

Disooverv of Gold : R. J. Coningsbv, 
VIII. 1*93 1 : Mining Standard, IX. 
683 1; Water Supply of Gold 

Fields, XIL 215 1 
Physiography — 

Deserts : G. Lespagnol's studies, XII. 

319; E. Favenc*s note on future 

babitability of, II. 553 
Eiszeiten Australiens: A. Penck, 

XVII. 560 1 
Geological Development of Australia : 

A. C. Gregory, VI. 98 1 
Glacial Phenomena : A. Penck on, 

XVII. 308 
Marine Tertiaries: R. Tate and J. 

Dennant, IX. 344 1 
Outlines of Australian Physiography : 

C. Barton, VI. 490 f 
Physical Conditions and Exploration 

as illustrated by Australia : A. W. 

Andrews, XX. 672 1 
Geography of: J. P. Thom- 
son, VL 584 f ; XIIL567t 



AUSTBALIA, MXTTH 

Anftralia — con tinned. 

Plains of Australia: G. E. Boxall, 
VIII. 193 1 

River-Basins, Areas of N. American 
and Australian : A. Bludan*s calcu- 
lations, XII. 182 

Snowy ranges: C. W^ragge, XIX. 

237 t 
S. and C. Australia, Contributions to 

knowledge of Geology of: C. 

Chewings, IV. 87 1 
Sur le caractire de'sertique de TAus- 

tralie inte'rieure: G. Lespagnol, 

XIL 101 1, 319 § 
Political- 
Australia as a strategic Base : A. S. 

White, VIL 446 t 
Australian Colonies in 1896 : E. A. 

Pctherick, IX. 465 f 
Colonies, Growth and Pro- 
gress : W. Harper, X. 231 f 
Capital, Site for new, XVIIL 538 ; 

Report of the Commissioner, XIX. 

403 1 ; Lake George as site : F. B. 

(iipps,XIX.403t 
Commonwealth. XVII. 19<>: Hon. Sir 

J. A. Cockburn on, XVII. 679 1; 

Constitution of: H. Moore, XIX. 

659 1 ; Constitution Bill, XX. 

360 1; 

Feileral Constitution : H. M. Posnett, 
XVIIL 236 1 

Defence of : J. M. Gordon, X I. 

456 1; Origine et constitution: P. 
Maistre, XVIIL 645 1 

Federation, XIV. 685 f; Papers re- 
lating to, XVI. 127 1; Australian 
Federation : Lord Brassey, XIII. 
683 1 

Water Rights, Intercolonial: H. G. 
McKinney, XIX. 403 t ; 7(iO 
Railways — 

Development: M. Kandt on, IV. 

283 1 : Mileage, II. 70 ; Eiseubalin- 

en des Australcontinents : E. Jung, 

XVII. 560 1 

Trade: Commercial Australia in 1900, 

XIX. 659 1 
Water — 

Artesian areas, XIV. 408; Artesian 
Water-supply of Australia from a 
Geographical standpoint: W. (t. 
Cox, XIX. 560 * ; Wasserversorgung 
des Australkontinents : E. Jung, 

XV. 670 1 ; Water Supply : W. G. 
Cox, XIX. 530 1 

Australia, South— 

Flinders memorial, XIX. 759; ditto, 

Photographs, XX. 256 
Fossil Remains of Lake Callabonna : 
E. C. Stirling and A. H. C. ZieU, 

XVI. 128 1 ; Physical Features : E. 
C. Stirling, XVII. 96 1 

Govt. (Geologists* Report, VIL 336 1 
History of: E. Hodder, IL 92 f 
Meteorological Observations: Sir C. 



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AV8TBALIA, WE8TEBH 

Australia, South— continued. 

Todd, VII. (582 1 ; XI. 204 1 ; XIII. 

6att; XV. 86t 
Notes on Extinct Volcanoes of Mts. 

Gambicr and Schank: W. How- 
chin, XIX. 238 1 
on Glacial Beds of Cambrian 

Age in : C. Chewings, XIX. 237 f ; 

W. Howchin, XIX. 237 1 
ProTincc of S. Australia: J. I). 

Woods and H. D. Wilson, VI. 

585 1 
S. Australia as a Federal Unit ; Hon. 

J. Cockburn, XIV. 122 f 
Tablelands, Reports on: D. Lindsay 
^ and C. Winnecke, XIII. 74 §, 218 f 
Tides of: R. Chapman and A. Inglis, 

XIV. 586 1; XV. 555 1 
Aborigines — 

Divisions of S. Australian Aborigines : 
R. H. Mathews, XVI. 373 f; 
Ethnological Notes: R. H. Ma- 
thews, XIX. 238 1; Photographs: 
R. T. Maurice, XX. G80 
Exploration — 

Carruthcrs, J. : Trianguhitions of 
N.W. portion, I. 553 

Geological Explorations, Report: U. 
V. L. Brown, VII. 554 

Maurice and Murray, Explorations, 
2L1a.. /60 

Stock Route Expedition Journal: 8. 
G. Hiibbe, XI. 204 f 
Maps — 

(Geological Map: H. Y. li. Brown, 
XVII. 459 1; Southern Portion of 
Province, XL 586 1 
Northern Territory — 

Agricultural Capabilities of Northern 
Territory: M. W. Holtze nn, XI5. 
378 

Australische Nordterritorium : H. 

Greffrath, XIII. 326 1 
Discovery of a harbour, IX. 95 
Geological Map : H. Y. L. Browii and 

C. Winnecke, XVII. 459 f 
Northern Territory : Hon. J. Ju 

Parsons and M. W. Holtze, XIX. 

404 1 
Australia, Western- 
Aborigines, XI. 262, 268; Native 

Tribes of: R. H. Mathews, XVL 

373 1 
Blue Book, 1894, VII. 116 1 
Crown Lands of. Land Selections' 

Guide, XIX. 778 f 
Geological Features of : H. M. Cadell, 

XII. 216 1 
Survey, Annual Progress 

Report, XIIL 218 1; XV. 555 1; 

XVIIL 338 1; XX. 672 1; Bul- 
letin, XIIL 458 t 
Geology and Mineral Deposits : E. F. 

Pittmann, XIIL 684 f 
of, Bibliography : A. G. Mait- 

land, XII. 637 f 



AUSTRALIA, WE8TEBH 

Australia, Western — roniinued. 

Illustrated Handbook of, XV II I. 

645 1 
Eolonie Westaustralien : H. Greflf- 

rath, XL 102 1 
L'Ancien "de'sert Victoria:" J. 

Gamier, XVIIL 236 1 
Land of Promise, W. Australia in 

1897-98: T. Chambers, XIIL 218 f 
Lauds and Surveys Dept. : map, IX. 

586 ; t report, XIL 637 1 ; XVIIL 

338 1 ; XX. 249 f 
Notes of a visit to : W. D. Lq Souef, 

XIX. 659 t 
Present Condition and Prospects of : 

Hir M. Fraser, I. 570 f 
Recent Observations in : Sir G. Smith, 

XVII. 214 1 
Sand-ridges of, XL 266, 280 
S.W. Districts: G. Hope, XII. 637 t 
Statistical Register, XI. 457 1 
Trav(?l8 in W. Australia : M. Vivienno, 

XVIIL 33:n 
West Australien: E. Mayr, IX. 

580 1 

W. Australia: Sir W. Robinson, VII. 

116t 
and its Resources, XIX. 



778 1 



-in 1898: Hon. E. Witte- 



noom, XIIL 327 f 

in 1899: Hon. E. H. 



Wittenoom, XVL 128 1 

- its History and Progress : 



A. F. Calvert, VII. 566 f 

- its Position and Pro- 



spects : T. Chambers, XIV. 342 f 

Yearbook: M. A. C. Fraser, fHL 
255; VII. 116; XIIL 327; XVII. 
214 
Exploration — 

Across the Westralian Desert: A. 
Macdonald, XIX. 778 1 

Botanical Results of Journey into 
Interior: S. Moore, XIV. 586 1 

Journey to Warina : W. C. Boyd, IX. 
61* 

Calvert expedition in W. Australia, 
VIII. 641; Abstract of Journal: 
L. H. Wells, XV. 555 1; funeral 
of lost members of expedition, X. 
444; Map: L. A. Wells, XVI. 
379 t 

Carnegie, Hon. D. W.; IX. 95; Ex- 
plorations in Interior, XL 258 * ; 

XIL 216 1: Map, XL 579 t 
Hann, F., XVIIL 338 f 
Kimberley District, Explorations, 

XX. 456 
Euss, H. : Une excursion en Australia, 

XVIIL 236 1 
Oasis, Mann's Discovery of an, IX. 

95 
Rnsscl, H. : Expedition to the Barrow 

. . . and W^arburton Ranges, XV. 

648 §, 671 1 



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GENfiltlAL IJ^DEX TO VOLS. 1.— XX. 



AITBTEALIA AITD AMBBIOA 

AuBtralia, Weitem — continued. 
Maps — 
Geological Sketch Map ; H. P. Wood- 

vrard, IV. 192 f; country between 

Cue and Menzics, XV. 451 1 
Goldfields : A. F. Calvert, IV. 479 1 ; 

VII. 574 1 ; E. Stanford, VIII. 540 f 
Topographical Map of Ealgoorlie : W. 

I). Campbell and S. J. Becher, XIX. 

665 1; Menzies: W. D. Campbell, 

XV. 450 1 
Mining — 
Mineralsi XIX. 378 : Department of 

Mines, Reports, fXI. 204; XIII. 

218; XV. 671: XVII. 560; XX. 

672 ; Statistics of Gold Output, f IX. 

580 ; XI. 204 ; XII. 637 
Coolgardie Gold Fields: D. C. Chew- 

ings, VII. 682 f 
Geology of Coolgardie Goldfield : T. 

Blatchford, XIV. 586 1 
Golden West, Mines and Industries, 

XV. 555 1 
Mineral Resources: A. F. Calvert, 

II. 566 1 
Wealth: A. G. Maitland, 

XXII. 96 1 
Mining Handbook : H. P. Woodward, 

V. 92 1 ; VII. 336 1 
W. Australia and its Goldfields: A. 

F. Calvert, I. 378 1 
W. Australian Goldfields (London 

and Western Australian Explora- 
tion Co.), VII. 451 1; Berwick, 

Morning, and Co., VII. 573 f 
Australia and America — Sooperte Geo- 
grafiche del Seoolo XIX. : P. Porena, 

XVII. 218 1 

and Pacific; Australie et le 

Pacifique : P. Leroy - Beaulieu, 

XVIII. 554 1; Australien und die 
Siidsee an dor Jahrhundertwcnde : M. 
Schanz, XVIII. 554 f 

and Tasmania ; Nests and eggs 

of birds found breeding in : A. J. North, 
XVIIL 554 1 
Australian Alps : see Snowy mts. 

Region of distribution of 

mammals. III. 97; IV. 35* 
Austria Sound, Franz Josef Land, III. 

494; IV. 10, 142 
Austria-Hungary (see also Hungary) 

Artaria*s Dictionary of Places : Gris- 

singer, II. 471 1 
Aus dem alten Tauriskerlande : H. 

Grasberger, XL 309 1 
Austria : S. Whitman, XIII. 674 f 
Az ausztriai csdsz^riczim folvetcl^rol, 

XI. 564 1 
District between Drave and Save 

rivers: Csanki, III. 343 f 
Enneberg in seinen wirthschaftlichen 
and Bocialen Verh'altnisscn : J. 
Alton, XVI. 242 f 
Geographical Bibliography, VI. 389 
Geographischer Jahresbericht iiber 



AtrSTRIA-HUVOAET 

Auitria-Hungarj — oontinued, 

Oesterreich: Sieger, XL 172, 

190 1 
Handbook : E. Bsdeker, VIII. 187 1 ; 

XV. 77 1 
Eals : F. Lowl, XI. 308 1 
Leistungen des Oesterreichischen 

Staatsinstitute, VII. 438 1 ; XII. 91 1 
Neueren Arbeiter der Mappiemngs- 

Gruppo : C. E. von Steeb, XIV. 222 1 
Oesterreichisch-Ungarischen Eurortc 

am Adriatischen : E. Gelcich, U. 

276 1 

PriicisionB-Nivellement in der Oester- 
reichisch-Ungarischen Monarchic, 
XII. 91 1 ; X VL 483 1 ; XVIIL 453 f 

Shipping on the Danube, VL 470 

Siebonten Jahres-Bericht des Sonn- 
blick-Vereines, XIV. 329 1 

Vemagtfemer, Der : S. Finsterwalder, 
XL 307 1 , 

V^tnik Erdl Oesk^ Spole^oskl 
Nauk : J. Frejlach, X. 646 f 
Canals — 

Canaux en Autriche: H. Daury's, 
XVIIL 320 t ; Eanale und Eanal- 
projekte in Osterreich-Ungam : E. 
Sieger, XIX. 391 f ; Navigation 
interienre en Autriche-Hougrie : 
D. Bellet, XX. 119 f ; Ship Canals, 
XVIIL 289 
Cartography, etc. — 

Artaria: Eisenbahn und Post-Com- 
munications-Earte, fl. 189; HI. 
258; V. 189; XL 209; XIIL 222; 

XV. 201; XVIL 328; XIX. 243; 
Universal Administrative Map : 
O. Tipser, I. 189 f 

Astronomische Arbeiten der Oester- 
reichischen GradmesBungs-Com- 
mission: J. Herr and W. Tinter, 
VII. 106 1; Astronomisch-Geodat- 
ischen Arbeiten des E. und E. 
Militar-Geographisohen Institutes 
in Wien, XL 679 f; XV. 432 f; 

XVI. 488 t 

Geologische Earte von Oesterreich : 

F. von Richthofen, XIIL 554 f 
Gescbichtliche Entwickelung des 

osterreichischungarischen Militar- 

Eartenwesens : W. Stavenhagen, 

XV. 660 1 
Gradmessungs-Commlssion, XL 205 f 
Historischen Atlas der osterreich- 

ischen Alpcnlander: E. Richter, 

VIIL 526 t 
Hydrographie' Oesterreichs ; Ueber- 

sichtskarte, IX. 117 
Hypsometrischo Earte, 1. 188 f ; XVI. 

261 1 
Eartenskizze der Umgebung des 

Fadingersattels, XX. 253 f 
Magnetic Surveys, XL 303 
Militar Eartenwesen Oesterreich- 

Ungams : W. Stavenhagen, XVIL 

443 1 



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AUBTBLl-HVKeAUT 

AutriBrHiingaiy— eofi/tntted. 

Keuer Drciecksnetz 1. Ordnang der 

ufltorreichisch-ungariachen Mon- 
archic : R. von'Stemeck, XIV. 222 f 
Publicationen filr die Internationale 

ErdmesBang, XIII. 317 f 
Verkehra-Karte von Oesterreich- 

Ungarn: W. Liebenow, VIII. 654 1 
Ethnology, Language — 
Audiatnr et altera pars (Language in 

Bohemia), XI. 446 1 
CeneuB, VI. 383 ; XVIIL 206 
Distribution of population : Griaainger 

on, IL163; IV. 184 f 
Entwickeluog des slayischen 

Speichera : K. Rhamm, XVI. 119 f 
Nationalites en Antriohe-Hongrie : 

G. L. Jaray, XX. 349 f, 665 f 
Questione delle Lingue in Austria: 

C. V. A. Gonzaga, XVI. 242 f 
Races et les Nationalites en Autriche- 

Hongrie : B. Auerbach, XII. 421 §, 

425 1 
Volkzahlung in Oesterreich-Ungam, 

XVII. 671 1 

Wacbstum der Bevolkerung in Oes- 
terreich-Ungarn : A. Rebhann, 

XVIII. 546 t 

Explorations, etc., Arabia and Red Sea, 
VL 388 ; VIIL 180 ; XIL 621 ; XII. 
571; XIIL 638: Aegean Sea, III. 
510; Balkan Pen., XIII. 301 ; Brazil, 
XVIL 195; XX. 657; Franz Josef 
liand, Map : R. Copeland, IX. 110 f ; 
I. 354; £. Mediterranean, IIL 138; 
XVI. 230 
Meteorologie und Erdmagnetismus, 
Jahrbiicher. XIV. 110 f, 576 f I XVI. 
119 1; XVIL 671 1 
Physical — 
Die Gebirgsformen im Kamten : F. 

Freeh, I. 277 1 
Erdbeben-Commission, Mittheilungen 

der : E. von Mojsisovics, XII. 624 f ; 

XVIIL 320 t, 546 1 
Geomorphologische Studien aus dem 

oberustcrreichischen Miihlviertel : 

H. V. Graber, XX. 550 1 
Gletscher dor Mur und MUrz : A. 

Bohn, XVI. 483 1 
Gletscherstndien im Sonnblick- 

gebiete : A. Penok, XL 307 f 
Hallstatter- und Gmundenersees, 

Tiefen des : A. Penck, XVIL 83 f 
Hydrographischer Dicnst in Oester- 

reich, VII. 107 t ; VIII. 521 f ; IX. 

231 1; XL 191 1; XIIL 210 1; 

XVIL 542 1; XX. 334§; Beitrage 

zur Hydrograpbie Oesterreichs, IX. 

117 1 
Ka&ia jama im Earst bei Diva^: 

P. Miiller, XVIL 443 f 
Earlseisfeldes, Die topogmphische 

Aufnahme des: Baron von Hubl, 

XVin. 320 1 
Earren and Dolinen im Biffkalk der 



ATrSTBIAH ALPS 

AuitTia-Hungary — eontinued. 

Uebergossenen Aim : H. Crammer, 

XIX. 765 1 

Karst: Area e profondita di alcuni 
laghi carsici: A. Gavazzi, XIL 
425 1; XVIL 301 1; «BurgverUes" 
im mahrischen Earst : R. Trampler, 
XVIII. 224 1 ; Drei Dolinengruppen 
im Mahrischen Earst : R. Trampler, 
XVIL 542 1; Fenomeni carsici, 
etc.: O. Marinelli, XL 307 1; 
Earst im osterreichischen Litto- 
rale : E. Moser, VIIL 187 f 

Laibacher Moor in Erain: J. Pet- 

kovsek, IX. 103t 
Limestone mountains; M. Cvijic on 

natural caverns, IV. 571 
Lothungen im Hallstatter See, Be- 

merkungen iiber alte und nene: 

A. Penck, X VL 483 1 
Morphometrie der Eoppenteiche : E. 

Peucker, IX. 103 1 
Nicderosterreichische Waldviertel : 

E. Raffelsberger, IX. 102 f 
Pflege der Erdkunde in Oosterreich, 

XIV. not 

Stehende Soespiegelschwankungcn 
auf dem Traunsee: E. Richter, 

XIV. not 

Tagliche periodische Schwankung 
des Erdbodens . . . zu Triest: £. 
Mazelle, XIX. 391 1 

Wolkengeschwindigkeit und -Richt- 
ung in Tarnopol : L. Satke, XVIL 

83 t 
Political, etc. — 
A Dissolving Empire: F. W. Hirst, 
XII. 425 1; Austria-Hungary and 
the Ausgleich : E. Reich, XL 564 1 ; 
Austria-Hungary's Colonial Ex- 
periment: L. Villari, XX. 665 1 
Railways, extent of, XVI. 221 
Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XVI. 
569 1; XVIIL 546 1: Eastern 
Trade; W. Schwaighofer on, XVI. 
553 ; Trade : Schoeller, XII. 536 1 
Austrian Alps (9ee alto Alps, Eastern) — 
Gebirgsbau der Radstadter Tauem: 

F. Freeh, IX. 572 1 
Historischen Atlas: E. Riohter, VIIL 

526 1 
Earst-forms of glaciers of, VI. 382 
Lakes, Atlas der Oeeterreichischen- 
Alpenseen : A. Penck und E. Richter, 
VL 201 1; IX. 117 1; J. MuUner, V. 
266; Erlauterungen zur: E. Rich- 
ter, XL 307 1 
Niederen Tauern, Orometrisches aus 

den : F. Schonberger, X. 546 t 
Pinzgan, Der : W. Schjerning, IX. 573 1 
Reschen-Scheideck, Die Seen am: J. 

Mullner, XVIL 443 t 

Snow-layer in, A. Swarowsky's obser- 
vations, IX. 557 

Wiener Schneeberg, Bahn auf den : F. 
Umlauft, X. 546 1 



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GENEKAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



AUVEBOmt 

Auvergne— Do TAuvergno )i 1' Atlantique : 
CoUignon, VII. 827 t ; Lacs d' Auvergne 
et r Agriculture : C. Bryant, XX. 349 f : 
Monuments megalithiques, XL 564 f; 
Nappes dc glace dans les volcans 2i 
Au?ergne : P. Glangeaud, XVIII. 307 §, 
454 1 ; Topographic glaciare en : M. 
Boule, VIII. 188 1, (map) 426 ; Wandcr- 
nngen im Vulkangeblet der : R. Zeller, 
XVIIL 631 1 

Auzias-Turcune, U. : Voyage au Pays des 

Minesd'or, Xin. 456t 

Ava. ancient town of, II. 143 

Avalanche basin, Montana Rookies : L. B. 
Sperry, VII. 444 f 

Avalanches — (irundlawincustudien : F. 
W. Sprecher.XVL 588 1: XX. 674 t ; 
Mud, C. Asia, II. 291, 300 

Avebury, Lord: On conflgnration of 
Earth's Surface, VI. 545 ♦ ; VII. 338 f ; 
XV. 46 ♦ ; XVI. 257 t ; Scenery of Eng- 
land, XIX. 767 1; XX. 89§ 

Avellar, E. d' : I^ Portugal et Vasco da 
(^uma, XII. 546 1 

Avelot, H., et J. de la Nczicre : Monte- 
negro lk)6nic ot Horzepovine.XX.351 t 

: Dans la boudo do I'Ogoouc, 

XVIIL 328 1; XIX. 233 1 
Avt-nnes, L'Exploratcur Prisse d*: T. 

Obalski, XI. 105 f 
Aventins Karte von Bayern, XV. 304 
AvoruuB group of mts., X. 416, 419 

, lake, X. 420, 433 

Avery, W. L. : Br. Honduras, XVII. 213 f 
Aves, W. O. : Philip's practical " Index " 

Guide to London, XIX. 229 1 
Aveyron, Anthropologie de V : Durand et 

G. de Lapouge, XII. 321 f, 624 t 
Avila, C. d' : Dos nivelamentos de prc- 

cisfio Q da sua superficie', VII. 117 1 
Avril, Baron A. d' : Les Armeniens indc- 

pendants du Taurus, XL 682 f; quel- 

ques notes sur T Arable, XVIIL 638 f 
Awabi, Oman, XVIIL 473 
Awakening of a Nation (Mexico): C F. 

Lummis, XIII. 94 1 
Awas mts., S.W. Africa, 11. 40 
Awemba country, C. Africa, VII. 204; 

tril^e, I. 524 ; XIII. 584; XV. 231 
Axelsen, P. : Die Nordfriesen, XIII. 88 1 
Ax-i-Rustam, Persia, VII. 26 
Axon, W. : Bygone Sussex, IX. 235 t 
Axnm, Ethiopia ; ruins at, 11. 145 
Ayahuasca, drink of Laparo Indians, III. 

480 
Aydab, ancient town, Sudan, VIII. 336, 339 
Aylmer, G. P. V. : Recent journey in N. 

Somaliland, XL 34 *, 186, 305 
Aymara Indians, Bolivia, X. 82 ; XIV. 20 
Aymonier, K : Le Cambodge, XIX. 395 1 ; 

Le Cambodge et ses monuments, X. 

549 1 ; Mission en Indo-Chine, I. 181 1 
Ayrshire, Buried or Drift-filled Channels 

and Glens of: J. Smith, XVIIL 83 §, 

228 t 
Azande tribe, C. Africa, VII. 428 



BAA8GH 

Azerbaijan, plateau of, XIV. 504; Trade 
(Foreign Office Rep.), XIV. 581 1 : XIX. 

106 1 
Azevedo, J. L. N. de : Carta Geographica 

de Estado do Rio Grande do Sul, XX. 

679 1 
Azimba and Chipitaland, A Year in : 

H. C. Angus, XL 199 1 
Azimuth Tables — Star's true bearing or 

Azimuth Tables : P. L. H. Davis, XVI. 

492 1: Sun's ditto: Id., XVI. 492 f; 

Ueber Azimattafeln : H. Meldau, XII. 

438 1 
Azores — 

Azores d'apres les Portulans : J. Mees, 
XVIIL 327 t 

Archive dos Agoros, VII. 560 1 

Aux lies A9ore8 : P. d'P^spagnat, XIII. 

554 1 
Azoren : S. SchriKier, XV. 437 1 
Azorische Eilanden : G. Verschuur, XX. 

245 1 
Description of the : W. R. Kettle, IV. 

374 1 
Discovery, IX. 198; Histoire de la 

de'couvertc des iles A9orc8 : J. MeVs, 

XIX. 655 t; XX. 448§; PrioriUdci 

(xenovesi nella scoporta dcllo Azorre : 

E. A. DalbertU, XVIIL 241 1 
Madeira . . . with the Azores, Guide : 

A. S. Brown, XIX. 107t 
Map— Carte bathvmetrique de Tarchipcl 

desA9ore8: J.Thoulet, XIV. 329 f; 

XV. 306 1 
Noth- und Orderhafen der Azoren, 

XVIIL 327 1 
Oceanographical researches off the, XII. 

446 
On the Slugs of, etc. : H. Simrok. III. 

257 t 
Photographs of St. Michael's, III. 80 
Princess Alice bank off, IX. 93, 566 
Prince of Monaco's expedition to, VIII. 

300 
Valentin Ferdinands Beschreibung der 

Azoren : S. Ruge, XIX. 771 1 
Azov, Sea of — Kertch and Trade of, XX. 
535; Ports of, XL 544; Russischer 
Handelsh'afen am Asowschen Meer, XL 

88 1 
Azuay mts., S. America, XII. 192 
Azurara, G. E. de, IX. 193, 199 : Chronicle 
of Discovery and Conquest of (iruinea, 
IX. 240 1 ; XIII. 679 1 ; XIV. 66 § ; De- 
scription of Prince Henry the Navi- 
gator, III. 391 



Ba'albek, German Excavations at : F. J. 

Bliss, XX. 245 f 
Ba-amba, tribe, XIX. 38 
Baasoh, £. : Die Anfange des modemen 

Verkehrs Hamburga mit Vorderindien 

und Ostasien, X. 234 f 



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BABA XILITLIT 

Baba Kilulu, C. Africa; height and pota- 
tion, IV. 436 
Bab-cl-Maudeb, Straits of; currents, IV. 
256; Unterstrumungen in der Strasso 
Ton, XIII. 569 1 
BabeloD, £., R. Cagoet, and S. Reinach : 
Atlas arelkeologiqne dc la Tunisie, VIIL 
539; XX. 678 1 
Babinet, M. : Obsenrations central da Bas- 
Bin de la Seine, L 278 f ; VIII. 306 1 

, 6t Lemoine : Fonts et Chausses 

(Baasin de la Seine), XVII. 84 f 
Babirusa, Wild pig of Celebes, VIII. 387 
Babylon, Early Commerce with India : J. 

Kennedy, XI. 683 f 
Babylonia — 
Aite Landschaft Babylonicn nach den 
Arabischen Gcographen : M. Streck, 
XVn. 675 1; Babylonien: J. C. 
Snndberg, IX. 461 1 ; Nippur, or Ex- 
plorations ... on the Euphrates: 
J. P. Peters, XI. 92 t; Recent Dis- 
coveries: A. H. Sayce, IX. 236 f; 
Uebcrschiitzung der Anbauflachc 
Babyloniens und ihr Ursprung: H. 
Wagner, XX. 244 f, 668 f 
Babylonians and Assyrians : A. H. Sayce, 

XV. 303 t 
Bach, R. : Der Golddibtrikt am Yukon- 
flusse, XL316t: l>ie Canadische Ex. 
pedition znr Hudsonbai. XIL 212 f: 
Labrador, IX. 341 1 ; Notes on Visit of, 
to Catuqninaru Indians : (r. £. Church, 
XII. 63; Reise durch Neufundland, 
XL96t 
Bache, A. : Feat fuel in ScandinaTia, XIX. 

395 1 
Bachem, Kom. : Fahrt in den Blmbia- 

Fluss nnd Reise von Kamerun, VII. 

113 t 
Bachmann, F. : Port T-.oe Angeles, XV. 

553 1 
Bacler d'Albe, L. A. G. (1761-1824), un 

General topographe : Jung, XI. 688 t 
Baeoli, Italy, X. 417 
Bacon, G. W. : Commercial and Library 

Atlas of the World, I. 192 1 ; Excelsior 

Atlas of Africa, VIII. 656 f 
, Bev. J. M. : Balloon as instrument 

of scientific research, XIII. 571 f; 

Climate and Atmosphere, XV. 444 f; 

Fogs and their Teaching, XVI. 257 t ; 

Scientific Ballooning, XIII. 100 f 

, R. H. : Benin, the City of Bl(x>d, 



XL94t 

Bacteria as they are related to the economy 
of nature, etc. : G. Newman, XVI. 

706 1 
Boddeley's Guides (M. J. B. Baddeley 
and C. S. Ward)— 

Bath and Bristol and Forty Miles 
Round, XIX. 767 1; Derbyshire, etc., 
IV. 468 t ; N. Devon and N. Cornwall, 
VIIL 529 1; XVI. 574 f: S. Devon 
and S. Cornwall, XX. 553 f; IX. 
4.^8 1; X. 453 1; XL S\)f; XIX. 



BASDSXEB 

104 1; E. Counties, XIV. 332 f; 
English Lake District, V. 604 1: 
XVI. 363 t : XX. 554 1 ; Ireland, VI. 
483 1; X. 454t: XVIIL104t; XX. 
554 1 : Scotland, Part I., XVI. 364 1 ; 
The " Lowlands," IV. 186 1 ; N. High- 
lands, IV. 375 1 ; Surrey and Sussex, 
IX. 337 t ; N. Wales, V. 604 f ; XIII. 
676t; XV. 78t; XX. 352t; S. 
Wales, XVI. 574 1 
Baddeley, M. J. B., and E. D. Jordan : 
Black's Guide to the Clyde River and 

Firth, XL 309 1 
Bade,Capt. : Arctic Expedition, XV I. 356 

Baden — 

Density of population in Grand Duchy 

of: L. Neumann, I. 180 1: Verander- 

ungen der Volksdichte im nrirdlichen 

Baden : K. Uhlig, XIV. 89 §, 222 1 

Badenoch, G. R. : Australasia in 1898, 

XL 686 1; Crown Colonies in Asia in 

1898, XIL 429 1 

Baden-Powoll, B. F. S. : A trip heaven- 
ward, VII. 119 1; In savage isles and 
settled lands, I. 88 t 

, B. H. : Study of the Dakhan 

villages, X. 119t; Village of Goa in 
the sixteenth century, XVI. 123t 

, Sir G. : Hope for the West 



Indies, XL 319 1 ; obituary, XIII. 77 

-, R. S. S. : Campaign in 



Rhodesia, XL 684 1; Downfall of 
Prempeh, VIIL 190 f; XVL 367 1: 
Matabele campaign, 1896, X. 340 1; 
XVL 249 t 

Badjan-Dara, river; Afghanistan, XVI. 
676 

Bad Neuheim and its thermal salt springs. 
Geology of: A. V. Jennings, XVI. 

571 1 
Baedeker, K. : Handbooks— Alps, VI. 
192 1; XIV. 674 1; Austria, including 
Hungary, etc., VIIL 147 1; XV. 77 t; 
Belgium and Holland, IV. 468 1 ; X. 
338 1; XVIIL 225 1; Dominion of 
Canada, with NewfoundUmd, IV. 377 t ; 

XV. 298 1 ; Egypt, V. 182 1 ; XL 313 f ; 

XIX. 399 1; N. France, IV. 84 t; XIIL 
675 1; 8. France, including Corsica, 

XX. 561 1; S. E. France, XIL 321 1 ; 
S. E. and S. W. France, VL 193 1; N. 
Germany, X. 118 1; XVL 484 1; S. 
Germany, VL 579 f; XIX. 649 f; 
Great Britain, IV. 468 1; X. 454 f; 
XVIIL 634 1 : Greece, II. 561 1 ; Italy, 
L 563 1; IX. 233 1: XIIL 556 1; 0. 
Italy and Rome, XV. 293 f, 434 f: 
London and environs. III. 69 f; VIIL 
414 1 ; XII. 626 1 ; XVI. 574 f ; XX. 
851 1 ; Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, 
VL 194t: XIV. 224 1; Palestine 
and Syria, UL 70 1; XIIL 215 1: 
Paris and environs, IV. 374 f; VIIL 
527 1; XVL 361 1; Rhine from Rot- 
terdam to Constance, VIIL 528 1; 

XVI. 365 1; La Russie, Manuel du 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BASS8LBB 

Voyageur, XX. 552 f ; RuBBland, XIX. 

228 1 ; St. Petersburg und Umgcbangen, 

XVIII. 633 1 ; Spain and Portugal, XII. 

94 1 ; Switzerland, II. 378 f ; VI. 294 f ; 

X. 453 1 ; United States, with Mexico, 

I. 568 1 ; XIII. 565 1 
Baesaler, A. : Ancient Peruvian Art, XX. 

531 § 
Baffin Bay, Climate : B. S. Tarr on, X. 

442 
— — Land — 

Evidences of Recent Elevation of: T. 
L. Watson, IX. 466 f; glaciation, 
VIII. 643; Photographs: B. Bell, 

XIX. 119; Survey, with short de- 
scription of the Country: R. BcU, 
XVIII. 25 ♦, 646 1 

Bafra, Asia Mi., IIL 328 

Baf urn country and tribe, W. Africa, XIV. 

633 
Bagamoyo; Bericht uber cine Reise in 
Hinterland von: J. Stuhlmann, V. 
182 1 
Baganda tribe, Uganda, XIX. 21 
Bagdad — 
Baghdad during Abbasid Caliphate : G. 
Le Strange, XVII. 551 1 ; Bagdad- 
bahn : Haupt. Immanuel, XX. 244 f ; 
F. Schaflfer, XX. 244 f; W. Wyne- 
ken, XV. 296 f ; F. Oppenheim's jour- 
ney from Damascus, Yll. 548, 658 ; 
Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XVI. 
698 1 ; XIX. 106 1 ; (and Bussorah,) 
Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XV. 

81 1 
Baghajik, Earia, IX. 49 

Bagnoli, mineral springs, X. 434 
Bagren, Hadramut, III. 198 
Bagrot valley, Himalayas, II. 293 
Bagshaw cave, Derbyshire, X. 508 
Baguales mts., Patagooia, X. 405 
Bagwe river, W. Africa, X. 242 
Bahamas — 
The: Sir W. Robinson, XV. 668 f; 
Photographs : Coonley, Davenport, 
and Mancel, XIX. 539 ; Pita Plant, 
Notes on Planting of the (Colonial 
Rep.), XVII. 325 1; Report, 1898 
(Col. Beports), XV. 299 f; 1899, 
XVII. 324 t ; 1900, XIX. 235 1 ; 1901, 

XX. 671 1 ; Sisal Industry : D. Mor- 
ris, VII. 566 1 

Bahdinan district, Kurdistan, III. 88 
Bahia, city and state, Brazil — 
As Riquezas naturaes do Estado da : C. 

M. de Souza, XIII. 824 f 
Bahia and Rio de Janeiro cable interrup- 
tions, X. 268 
Desooberta das Lavras Diamantiuas na 

Bahia : G. Pereira, XIV. 462 1 
Descripc&o da Bahia de Todos os Santos : 
S. de Vasconcellos, XIV. 462 1 
- Limites entre os Estados da Bahia e 
Espirito-Santo, IX. 342 1 
Memoir of State of: T. V. Vianna and 
J. 0. Ferreira, VL 583 1 



BAILI BIVSB 

Bahia — continued. 
O Digue da Bahia : J. F. da Silva Lima, 

XIV. 462 1 
Riqueza Mineral do Estado da, XI. 

202 1 ; XII. 436 1 ; XIV. 462 f 
Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XIV. 

462 1 ; XVI. 584 f 
Zona Austral da Bahia : S. Oliveira, IX. 

342 1 
Bahia Blanoa, Argentine, XVIL 398 
Ba-hima tribe, Uganda, XVIL 41 ; XIX. 

25 
Bahler, A. : Das Pommat . . . im Tessin, 

XV. 190 1 
Bahnson, K. ; biography : H. Stolpe, IX. 

686 1 

Bahrein, X. 592 ; Ancient Trading Centres 

of the Persian Gulf: A. W. Stiffe, 

XVIII. 291 ♦; site and hietory, IX. 311 

Bahr-el-Gebel : aee Bahr-el-Jebel 

Bahr-el-Ghazal (province and river), XIII. 

2; XVIL 145; XVIIL 399; boundary 

agreements, XIH. 527 
Bahr-el-Ghazal et ses habitants: J. 

Servigny, XII. 683 f 
Congo State and the : E. P. Morel, XIX. 

232 1 
Dans le, XIIL 322 f 
Dans les marais du : Barotier, XIH. 

562 1 
France an : H. Pensa, XIIL 92 f 

Le Bahr-el-Gazal, XV. 297 1 
Mission Marchand dans le, XIIL 92 f 
New Light on the Bahr-Gazal Frontier : 

J. T. WilLj, XIIL 92 1 
Notions g^nerales sur la province, etc. : 

A. H. Dye', XX. 557 1 
Photographs of region of : H. M. Hughes, 
XX. 570 
Bahr-el-Jebel, XVIIL 399; *»8udd," XV. 

234 
Bahr-Sara, La Re'gion du: G. Maistrc, 

XX. 558 1 
Baia, Italy; mineral Bprings, X. ;433; 

volcanoes, X. 415, 419 
Baikal, Lake — 
Chart of S. portion, XIX. 245 1; ex- 
plorations, Al. 429 ; (Drizhenko), IX. 
663; XL 143; XVIIL 619; XIX. 
754; (Drischcnko's Erforschung des 
Baikalsees) : J. Pech, XL 92 t ; 
(ObrucheflO, XVIII. 86; RaUway 
communication, IIL 58; XIV. 317; 
Tcmperatur und Bewolkung am Ufer 
des : A. Woeikof. XV. 664 f 
Bailey, F.: Forestry in India, X. 473; 
XL 90 

, F. M. : Notes on vegetation of 

New Guinea. XIV. 463 f 

-, H. : Travel and Adventures in 



Congo Free State, IV. 282 f 

-, L. W. : Mineral Resources of New 



Brunswick, XV. 195 f; Some Nova 
Scotian illustrations of dynamical 
geology, IX. 682 f 
Baili river, Congo, XVIL 73 



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BAILLAIBOB 

Baillairge, 6. F. : Memoranda; Canada 
from the Atlantic to the Arctic, Voyages 
of Diaooyery, etc., XX. 358 f 

Baillaad, £. : Explorations on Niger, XYI. 
227; La Gompagnie Boyale du Niger 
et son ^Yolntion, XII. 633 1 ; Les terri- 
toires fran^ais du Niger, leur yalenr 
economiqne, XVI. 477 §, 488 f 

Baillie, A. G. : Bepublic of Paraguay, VI. 

97t 
Bain, H. F. : Sketch of Geology of 

Mexico, X. 456 f 
, B. M. : Annenian Description of 

Holy Places in the seventh century, 

Vm. 651 1 ; Finland and the Tsar, XIV. 

112 1 

Baines, J. A. : Census Notes, XVIII. 
649 1 ; Distribution of Population in 
India, I. 242 ♦, 469 f ; HI. 26 ; XVIII. 
455 1 ; Industrial Development of India, 
XVI. 365 1 ; On Census-taking and its 
limitations, XVI. 131 f; Recent course 
of trade within British Empire, XI. 
689 1 ; remarks on ** Acclimatization of 
Europeans in Tropical liands," XII. 
603; on "Influence of Geographical 
Conditions," etc., XII. 586; Third 
Decennial Report, etc., of India, III. 506 

Bairan All : ruins of Old Merv near, IV. 
861 

Baird glacier, Alaska; Photo - to]X)gra- 
phical method of surveying: O. Klotz, 

VI. 489 1 
Bai-shan-kul, C. Asia, VI. 79 
Bait Rudaida, Oman, XVIII. 487 
Bakairi Language : E. von den Steinen, 

I. 471 1 

tribe, Mato Grosso, III. 238 

Bakalahari tribe, S. Africa, III. 237 
Bakel, Reconnaissances au nord de : Ira- 

bert, XI. 454 f 
Bakele tribe, Congo, IX. 560 
Baker, C. C. : How to cultivate the "Bump 

of Locality," VI. 398 1 
, F. 0.: MolluBca of the Chicago 

Area, XVI. 583 1 
, G. P.; remarks on "Exploration 

in the Canadian Rockies,*' XIII. 355; 

XVIL 271 

-, J. : Pictures from Bohemia, IV. 



575 1 

-, M. : A century of Geography in 



U.S., XH. 106 1; Alaskan Boundary, 
Vni. 419 1; Anglo- Venezuelan Boun- 
dary, XVL 254 1 ; Geographic dictionary 
of Alaska, XX. 669 f; Geographical 
research in U.S., XI. 52 ♦ ; An Undis- 
covered Island off N. Coast of Alaska, 
II. 281 1 ; Lost boundary of Texas, 
XIX. 529 1 ; Geographical work of U.S. 
Geological Survey, IV. 147 * ; Sarichefs 
Atlas, 1826, XX. 252 f; Survey of 
N.W. boundary of U.S., XVIII. 552 1; 
Surveys in district of Columbia, V. 
JK) t, 487 ; U.S. Geological Survev, VL 
252 



BALDAOCI 

Baker, M. S. : Lava Region of N. Cali- 
fornia, XIV. 683 t 

, Sir Samuel: VL 73; Memoir: T. 

D. Murray and A. 8. White, VI. 73 §, 
101 1 ; obituary : E. G. Ravenstein, 
III. 152 

Sir Sherstone: Cabot and Dis- 



covery of Newfoundland, X. 460 1 
Baker Channel, Patagonia, XVI. 204 

Glacier, New Zealand, I. 41 

Lake, Canada, IV. 446 ; XVI. 67 

, Rio, Chili, XIV. 96, 219; XIII. 



663 



-, Patagonia : tee Las Horas 



Bakhtiari Country — Report of Reconnais- 
sance in the : H. A. Sawyer, IV. 188 t 

people, IV. 503 

Hills, The : R. Bum, XL 452 f ; 

Bakhtiari mountains and Upper Elam : 
H. A. Sawyer, IV. 481 • 

Bakhuis, L. A.; Coppename expedition 
under, XVII. 433; XVIIL 625; XX. 
656 ; Een grenskwestie, XX. 469 f 

Bako, Abyssinia, XVI. 558 

Ba-konjo, tribe, XIX. 38 

Baksan Glacier, journey to; J. Leonti- 
yeff, XI. 568 f 

Baksu Beleuli, 0. Asia, XL 664 

Baku; Besuch in der Pctrolstadt: C. 
Schmidt, XII. 630 f: population, IX. 
658; X. 199; Russian petroleum trade, 
XX. 354 1 ; Statistical description, XI. 
428 

Bakuba tribe, C. Africa, V. 429 

Ba-Kubabe tribe, W. Africa. X. 212 

Bala lake, N. Wales, XVI. 679 

Balmna and Active : see Antarctic, Explora- 
tion 

Balagans of Karaga in Kamchatka, XII. 
286 

Balarti, E. Africa, IV. 101 

Balat, Mysia, IX. 269, 273 

Balaton, liake : tee Plattensee 

Balch, E. S. : Antarctica, XVIIL 339 f ; 
Ascents near Saas, X. 226 f ; Evapora- 
tion underground, XIX. 780 f ; Glaci^res 
or Freezing Caverns, XVL 373 f ; Ice- 
Cave ^hunting in C. Europe, X. 546 f ; 
Formation of ice-caves, IX. 670, § 685 t J 
Mountain exploration, II. 283 1 ; Re- 
miniscences of Tyrol, XII. 91 1; Sub- 
terranean ice deposits in America, XIII. 
686 1; 

, T. W. : Alasko-Canadian Frontier, 

XIX. 773 1; Some facts about Alsace 
and Lorraine, VI. 193 f ; 

Baldacci, A. : Gli Albanesi nel Monte- 
negro, XII. 428 1 ; L'ltalie e la questiono 
Albanese, XVIIL 228 t ; Itinerari 
Albanesi, XI. 193 f ; XVI. 574 t ; La 
lingua italiana in relazione al nostro 
commcrcio nell* Albania e neir Epiro, 
XVII. 543 1; Nel Montenegro Sud- 
Orientale, XX. 239 f; On botanical 
geography of Albania and Epirus, X. 
323, 346 ; Pflanzengeographische Karte 



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BAtDAUr 

von Mittol-AlbaQicn und EpiruB, XI. 

89 1 ; Un* escursionc archeolog^ca del 

R. Paribcni nel Monteneg^, XIX. 

891 1 ; Vromonero c lo sue acquesolfurec, 

XI. 308 1 
Baldaof, 8. : Journal de route du Bas 

Manambovo k Tulear, XX. 468 f 
Baldivieso, P. : Informe que presenta al 

Se&or Alinistro de Golonizaciun, etc., X. 

341 1 

Baldwin, E.B. : Arctic Expedition, XVIII. 
217, 447; XX. 6, 344, 434; Auroral 
obeervations, Franz Josef Land, XVIII. 
555 1 ; Meteorological observations of 
second Wellman Expedition, XV. 301 f 

D. U. : Catalogue of . . . Shells 

of Hawaiian Is., III. 74 f 

Baldwin -Spencer expedition to N. Austra- 
lia, XVII. 664 

Balearic Is. — Ezploraciones cspeleologicas 
de E. A. Martel en Baleares y Oatalnna, 
XIII. 676 1; Photographs: F. Stem- 
berg, XV. 679 

Balegga tribe, C. Africa, VII. 273 

Balfour, A. F. ; deepest ocean sounding 
obtained by, VI. 477 ; VII. 318 

, Alice B. : Twelve hundred Miles 

in a Waggon. VII. 332 1 

, Rt. Hon. A. J. : remarks on 

National Antartic Expedition, XIV. 199 
— , Oen. Sir G. ; obituary. III. 524 



Balfour mts.. New Zealand, I. 35 

shoal, J. Murray's paper on, X. 

100; Submarine elevation in the Coral 
Sea : J. Murray, IX. 583 1 

Bali, W. Africa ; altitude;, etc., X. 393, 
397 

Is. — Dftgverhaal van eene reis van 

den resident van Bali en Lombok, 
XVIII 340 1 ; Islands of Bali and Ix)m- 
buk : J. B. Carpenter, IX. 461 1 

river, Congo basin, MM. Frodon and 



Cadenat's exploration of, XVII I. 535 
Balia Maden, Asia Mi.; ancient town 

near, IX. 275 
Baliburg, Kamerun, I. 357 
Balikcsri, Asia Mi., II terremoto di: 0. 

Agamennone, XV. 437 f 
Balik Papan bay, Borneo, XVI. 474 
Balingos, C. Africa, XVII. 73 
Btiliuan, Bokhara, XIV, 002 
Balkan Peninsula (see aUo Europe, S.) — 
Austrian explorations, XIII. 301 
Balkans, Roumania, etc. : W. Miller, 

IX. 103t 
Begleitworte zu den Blattern der 
(ieneral-Karte . . . der Balkan-Halb- 
insel : V. Haardt, XII. 426 f 
Ccntralbalkau, Ueber seine Wanderung 

im: W. Goetz, XVIL543t 
Cettinje to Nijni Novgorod, etc. : L. de 

Launay,I[I. 249t 
Eiszeit auf der Balkanhalbinsel : A. 

Penck, XVII. 84 t 
Ethnographic dor Balkanhalbinsel : R. 

von Mach, XIV. 329 1 



BALL 

Balkan Penininla — oorUinued. 
Forme de la p^ninsule des Balkans : J. 

Cviii^ XVII. 84 1 
Forschungsreisen auf der Balkan- 

Halbinsel : J. Cviji6, XX. 238 f 
Frage der Vergletscherung des Central- 
Balkan : W. Gotz, XVL 569 f 
Geographischen Namen der Balkan* 

halbinsel ; J. Leva«<«, XVII. 543 f 
Goritz k Sofia : Pimodan, I. 562 f 
High-level Meteorological Station, VII. 

544 
Lands and Peoples of: H. Callan, XI L 

91 1 
Lingua italiana in relazione a noetro 

commercio nell* Albania e nell* Epiro : 

A. Baldocci, XVII. 543 f 
Maps — Generalkarte der Sftdost-Euro- 

paischen Halbinsel : H. Kiepert, IX. 

584; Karte der Balkan-Malbinsel : 

Scheda, IX. 690 ; Karte der Schul- 

spharen der turkisohen Balkan- 

Halbinsel : R. von Mach, XIV. 126 1 ; 

Map (Service G^. de T Annee), XVII. 

99 1 
Morpholog^sche und glaciale Studien 

aus Bosnien, der Heroe^vina und 

Montenegro : J. Cvijid, XVL 483 f 
Nationalen Bestrebungen der Balkan- 

vtilker : G, Weigand, XI. 679 f 
Pcriode glaoiaire dans la p^ninsule des 

Balkansi: J. Cviji<5, XVI. 483 f 
Railways — Auf Transbalkanbahn- 

studion: F. Meinhard, XIIL 554 1; 

Balkanbahuen in ihren Beziehungen 

zur Bagdadbahn : F. Meinhard, XX. 

238t 
Bnssische Triangulierung auf der 
Balkanhalbinsel: S. Truck, XII. 
426 1 
Snow-line during glacial epoch, J. 

Cvijid, XIII. 655 
Structure of, J. Cvijitf on : K. Pcucker, 

XIX. 735 
Toula and Cvijid's researches in, IX. 87 
Travels and politics in the Near East, 

XIIL 210 t 
Vegetations- Verhaltnisse der illyrischen 
Lander begreifend Sudkroation, Dal- 
matien, etc. : G. B. Beck von Man* 
nagctta, XX. 551 1 
Balkash lake, Trip to: R. P. Cobbold, 

XIII. 559 1 
Ban, K. A. Reynolds: $ee Re}'nolds Ball 

, J. : Hints ... for Travellers in the 

Alps, XIV. 109t 

, and W. (\x)lidge : Alpine Guide ; 

W. Alps, XII. 320 1, 573 • 
, J. : Kharga Oasis: its Topography 



and Geology, XX. 527 1; Topogmphical 
and geological results of reconnaissance- 
survey of Ji'bel (iarra and Oasis of 
Kurkur, XX. 669 f 

— , L. C. : Report on Hamilton and Coen 
Gold Fielils, XX. 361 f; Jordan Creek 
Gold Field, XX. 361 f 



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BALL 

Ball, Sir R. : Atlas of Aatronomy, I. 95 1 

, V. : Limits between Geology and 

Physical Geography, II. 530 1: Volca- 
noes and Hot Springs of India, etc., III. 

346 1 

Ballagh, J. C. : White Servitude in Vir- 
ginia, VII. 216 1 

Ballantine : Journey in Br. New Guinea, 

XVI. 107 

Ballard, G. A.: Protection of commerce 

daring war, XII. 104 1 
Ballay, Dr. ; obituary, XIX. 646 
Balleira bay, Costa Rica, X. 61 
Ballesteros, S. L. : A traves del Amazonas, 

XV. 554 1 ; La Provincia de Caupolican 
y el Decreto Supremo sobrc la creacion 
del Territorio Nacional de C'olonias, 

XIX. 236 1 

Balleuy I., Antarctic, V. 586 ; XVI. 382 ; 

XVII. 480 

Ballif, P. : Wasserbanten in Bosnien und 

der Heroegovina, VII. 438 1 
Ballivian, J. A. : Comision Boliviana 

Demarcadora de Limites con el Brazil, 

XX. 671 1 ; Relaciones Geograficas de 
Bolivia, XI. 571 f 

• — , M. v.: Apuntes sobro la in- 

dnstria de la Goma Elastica ... el 
Departamento del Beni, IX. 108 1; F. 
Baudelier (biography), XV. 446 f : 
B<jliyian rubber industry, IX. 448; 
Demarcacion de Limites con los Estados 
Unidoe del Brazil, XII. 101 f ; Diarlos 
del ... el departmento del Beni. IX. 
108 1; Estudiiie de orografia Andina, 

XVI. 584 1 
-, and P. Kramer : Tadeo 



Haenke, XII. 440 f 

-, and B. Saavedra: El 



cobre en Bolivia, XII. 035 f; El eatano 
cuBolivia, XVI. 584t 

-, y J. Zarco : El oro en 



BolivU, XII. 635 1 
Ballooning — 
Aeronatique maritime ; la traversee du 
" Mediterranean : " Cte. H. do la 

Vaulx,XIX. 534t 

Aeronautical work, paper on : L. Har- 
grave, IX. 346 1 

Baoon, Rev. J. M. : Balloon as instru- 
ment of soientifio research: XIII. 
571 1 ; Scientific Ball(X)ning : XIII. 
100 1 

Ballons k deviateurs, Les : H. Herve, 

XIII. 571 1 
Ballons-flondes, liCs : A. Bouquet de la 

Grye, XIII. 688 1 : Sur la troisi^me 

ascension internationale des ballons- 

sondes : E. Stelling, XI. 457 1 

Bedeutung wissenschaftliche Ballon- 
fahrten : L. Sohncke, IV. 346 f ; Do. ; 
O. Baschin, IX. 115 1 

Beraon, A.: Ascents, VI. 188; XVIII. 
628; Balloons in geographical work, 
use of, VII. 541*; Geograph laches 
aus dem Luftballon, VII. 448 f 



BALTA 

Ballooning—oonfinti^d. 
Contribution h la bibliographie de la 

locomotion aerienne ; A. Wouwer- 

manns, VII. 223 1 
De Geneve h Cercier en Ballon : A. de 

Clapai^de, XL 575 f 
Dritte internationale Ballonfahrt am 

1897 : E. Stelling, XIII. 100 1 
Experiments in France by Besan^on 

and Hermite, VI. 478 
Gewitterstudien auf Grund von Ballon- 

fahrten: L. Sohncke, IX. 112 1 
Intemationalen Ballonfahrt : H. Mer- 

gesell, X. 343 1; XIV. 124 f; Erste 

Konferenz der Intemationalen aero- 

uautischen Kommission : F. Erk, XII. 

547 1 ; Konstruktion von Hohenkarten 

aus Ballonaufnahmen : S. Finster- 

walder, XVII. 97 t 
Navigation aerhydrique, etc.: G. L. 

Pesce, X. 343t 
Phe'nom^nes physiques et chimi<}ues de 
la respiration k aiffe'rentes altitudes : 
Tissot et Hallion, XIX. 5U f 
Polar exploration — 
Andree's expedition : $ee Arctic, ex- 
ploration ; Die Polar-Forschung 
mittelst Luftballons: H. Moede- 
beok, VI. 585 f ; Expeditions ae'ro- 
statiques au Pole Nord: H. de 
Grafflgny, IX. 466 1 ; Rapport sur 
le projet d*expedition en ballon aux 
regions polaires: Faye, VI. 585 f: 
Un projet d'exploration polairo 
aeronautique : 0. Rabot, VI. 585 f 
Resultats des ascensions des trois bivl- 
lonssondes: L. T. de Bort, XII. 

441 1 
Sahara, projected voyage across, XII. 

317 
Sur les trois ascensions francaises, Note 

de Hermite et Besancon, A. 343 f 
Sur un voyage ae'rien de longue durce : 

G. Hermite, XIV. 689 t 
Trip Heavenward: B. F. S. Baden- 
Powell, VII. 119 1 
Wissenschaftliche Luftfahrten : G. 
Greim, XVII. 218 1 
Ballore, F. de: Description sismique de 
rEmpire Russe, XVI. 694 t ; Les 
tremblements de terre de plissement 
dans TErzgebirge, XIX. 649 1 
Ballvcroy, Ethnography of: C. R. Browne, 

IX. 458 t 
Balmaceda lake, Patagonia, XIV. 254 
Balme, La grotte de la : E. A. Martel, 

XV. 546 1 
Balquhidder, Place-names of: Mrs. Car- 
negie, IX. 238 1 
Balochis, The Northern : O. V. Yates, VII. 

not 

Balta, J. : Ensayos sobre la Geologia del 
Penf, XVIII. 235 1 : Observations . . . 
un viage a Carabaya, XI. 100 f; Un 
efecto geodin^mico de la corriente 
antdrotica Americana, XIII. 98 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BALTIC SBA AVO BSGIOH 

Baltic Sea and Begion— 
Baltio Fleet of 1855, Reminisoencee of: 
W. G. Don, V. 400 1 

Islanda— Relations of Chalk and 

Drift in Moen and Rugen : T. G. 
Bonney and E. Hill, XIV. 674 1 
- Lake-plateau; W. Ule*B inveeti- 



gationg, I. 61, 82 f ; Orography and 
hydrography of: A. Bludau, Ul. 529 1 
- Lakes, W. Ule's observations on 



temperature, I. 546 ; III. 435 1 
Baltic Pilot, part 1, VIII. 187 1 ; part 2, 

IX. 573 t 

Baltischen Hohenriickens, Thal-und 
Seebildung im Gebiet des : Keilhack, 
XrV. 222 1 ; XV. 434 1 

Baltische Strom und der Salzgehalt im 
Kattegat und im westlichen Theile 
der Ofltsee: M. Knudsen, XVIII. 

555 1 
Beitrag zur physikalisohen Erforschung 
der Baltischen Seen: W. Ule, XI. 

565t 
Bruyeres prdhistoriques des pays bal- 

tiques, XIV. 676 1 
Distribution of Letts in the Present 

Time and In the 13th Century: A. 

Bielenstein, II. 277 1 
Erneuerung der unteren Wasserschichte 

in der Ostsee: M. Knudsen, XVII. 

563 1 
Entstehung der Ostsee: R. Credner, 

VII. 220 t 
Evolution of: R. Credner on, VIL 425 § 
Glacier, The Last Great: J. Geikie, 

X. 450 1 

Hydrographic research — German, XIX. 
88 ; Resolution by Congress on, VIII. 
293; Recent research in North and 
Baltic Seas, XII. 639 1 ; Swedish do. : 
O. Pettersson, V. 184t; Hydro- 
graphie ... der Ostsee: G. Schott, 

VII. 448 1 ,. . :,x 

Instructions for sailing from Kronstadt 

to Vladivostok and return, XIX. 765 f 
Lighthouses, etc., of Russian Empire 

along Baltic coast, XI. 566 1 
Mittelwasser der Ostsee: A. A. West- 

phal, XVI. 484 f ; XIX. 407 t 
Notes on drifts of Baltic coast of 

Germany: T. G. Bonney and E. Hill, 

XVII. 544 1 
Observations on density, etc. : A. Sohttck, 

II. 567 t 
Ostersjons djurgeografi, Ett bidrag tUl : 

J. G. AndersBon, XIX. 765 f 
Over de Oostzee en here beteekenis 

voor Handel en Scheepvaart: W. 

Toose, XIII. 87 1 ^ , 

Physical explorations in : O. Krummel, 
IV. 382 t; ZurPhysikder08toee,VL 

395 + 
. geography of Litorina Sea: 

H. Munthe, VL 395 + . 

Physikalischen . . . Eigenthumlichkeiten 

der Ostsee : Rein, XIV. 674 1 



BALTIOHItTAN 
Baltio Baa and 'Region--cofUinued. 
Plankton des Baltischen Meers : C. 

Auri?illius, IX. 112 1 
Quart'arablagerungen in siidbaUischen 
Gebiete, Studien ttber altere : H. 
Munthe, XI. 447 f 
Russian charts, XII. 646 f 
Sea-level observations, VIII. 296 
Skizze der neueren physikalischen Ex- 
peditionen in dor Ostsee : O. Kriimmel, 
V. 609 1 
Swedish hydrographic research: O. 

Pettersson, IV. 382 1 
Temperature, XI. 613 
Ueber die Ostsee und ihre Entstehung : 

R. Credner, VI. 586 1 
Variations in Level, II. 262 
Water-way between Baltic and Black 
Sea (Foreign Office Rep.), Wood- 
house, XVI. 555 § ; XVIL 207 1 
•* Yermak " ice-breaker in, XV. 42 
Baltimore — Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 
Economic History : M. Reizenstein, 
Xn. 542 1; Do., Route, XIIL .523; 
aty Government: T. T. Thomas, VII. 
444 1: S. American Trade: F. R. 
Rutter, XIL 542 f: Topographical 
Survey, Report, VI. 197 t 
Baltistan — Amid the Snows of: F. Bul- 
lock-Workman, XVII. .550 1 ; Big game 
of Baltistan and Ladakh: F. Adair, 
XVII. 550 1; Two pioneer ascensions 
in : F. Bullock- Workman, XV. 663 
Baltit, polo at, VIIL 21 
Baltoro glacier, C. Asia, II. 800 
Balu Chaung river, Shan States, VII. 579 
Baluana and Balenje tribes, Zambezi, 

XXIII. 73 
Baluba tribe, C. Africa, III. 418 ; V. 431 
Baluchistan — 
Desert, IX. 403; Inhabitants, XVIL 
469 ; Surveys, II. 153 ; IIL 515 ; VL 
27 ; XIL 607 ; Unexplored Areas, II. 
490 
Geological Sketch of Baluchistan 
Desert, and part of E. Persia: E. 
Vredenburg, XIX. .395 1, 632 § 
Northern Balochis, The: O. V. Tates, 

VIL not 

Photographs: G. P. Tate, XIV. 352; 
A. C. Yate, X. 236 

Qaetta to Meshed, etc. : Earl of Ronald- 
shay and E. Penton, XX. 70 *, 80 ♦ 

Southern, ethnographical conditions of, 
VII. 388 

View showing distortion of rails caused 
by earthquake between Sanzal and 
OldChaman, IL480t 

Volcanic and other rocks. Notes on, etc. . 
C. A. and A. H. McMahon, X. 455 f 
and Afghanistan, Orographic 

Map: Sir T. Holdich, XVL 627*; 

Baluch-Afghan Boundary Commissibn, 

V. 271; IX. 393; XL 59; Note on 

Botany of : F. P. Maynard and D. Prain, 

IX. 680 1 ; Volcanoes of frontier, X. 588 



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BALVKUOEB 

Dalukiaer, Mysia, IX. 163, 167 

Balzac, J., on Nemensha oountry, XIY. 
208 

Balxan, L. : Da Trinidad a S. Cniz de la 
Sierra e Conimbli e ritomo al Paragnay, 
V. 91 1 ; Ba Villa Bella a Trinidad, III. 
534 1 

Bam, Persia, XIX. 138 

Bamboo, utility of, IX. 11 ; Bambous, 
Repartition g^graphiqne, etc. : G. 
Riviere, XX. 364 1 

Bdmpnr, Makran, X. 221 

Ban Law ferry, Mekong river, VII. 585 

Bana, Persia, VI. 456 

Banana, uses of, VI. 304; Bananas and 
Plantains, summary of information, IV. 
472 1 ; Bananas of Costa Rica, X. 80 

Banani ; transition from Slavery to Free- 
dom in Zanzibar and Pemba: H. S. 
Newman, Xn. 541 f 

Banat, Die Schwaben im : M. Braess, XII. 
624 1 

Bancbi or poll tax, Trengganu state, IX. 
18 

Banck L, Antarctic ; Moraine on, XVIII. 
373 

Band, ancient town: Afghanistan, VII. 
673 

Banda I. and Sea, XVI. Ill, 550 

tribe, C. Africa, VII. 428 

Bandama river, W. Africa, VIIL 177; 
Exploration do. : J. Eysseric, XII. 210 1 

Bandan, Persia, XX. 82 

Bandar Abbas, Persian Gulf, XVI. 211 

Bcuidassi village, C. Africa, position, VII. 
429 

Bande, Sierra Leone, IV. 130 

Bandelier, A. F. ; biography : M. C. 
Ballivian, XV. 446 f ; work in Bolivia, 
XIV. 23 

Bandon Bight, Siam, XI. 472 

Province, XI. 475 

Bane-Bole Expedition, Bericht iiber die 
XIII. 93 1 

Banff and Aberdeen, Historv of: W. 
Watt, XIV. 662 1 

Bangala tribe, C. Africa, V. 428 

Banggai en Soela-eilanden, Reis naar de : 
D. W. Herat, XVII. 674 1 

Bangkok : O. E. Ehlers, VII. 678 1 : Di- 
rectory for Siam and, I. 182 1; Route 
from, to Tavoy, VI. 401 ; Trade (Foreign 
Office Rep.), XVII. 448 f ; XIX. 106 f 

Bangs, O. : An important addition to 
fauna of Massachusetts, IX. 579 1; 
Geographical distribution of .cotton-tail, 
etc., VII. 334 f: Land mammals of 
peninsular Florida, etc., XII. 435 f' 

Bangweulu lake, X. 300; XV. 230; XX. 
426; D. Crawford's visit, XL 180; de- 
siccation, VII. 368 ; exploration, XII. 
415; Map, H. Singer on, XIII. 72; 
meaning of word, VII. 378; origin of 
name, A. Sharpens theory, II. 551 ; sur- 
vey ; P. Weatheriey, IX. 325, 444 ; XIV. 
319, 561 ; Bangweolo and the Unex- 



BABBABOSS 

?lored Region of Br. C. Africa: J. 
*homson, I. 97 * Circumnavigation of : 
P. Weatheriey, XII. 4, 241 •, 631 f 

Bamaluka, population, VI. 383 

Bamia tribe, C. Africa, VII. 428 

BauKa I. — Bijdrage tot de Kennis der 
eilanden Bangka en Blitong: H. Zon- 
dervan, XVII. 89 f ; Tin-mines of: 
L. J. Zelle, IIL 251 1 

Banks, Sir J. : Journal of, ed. Sir J. D. 
Hooker, IX. 117t,330§ 

and D. Solander: Illustra- 
tions of Botany of Capt. Cook's Voyage 
round the Worid, XVL 254 f ; XVlfl. 
387 1 

Banna, Wadi ; S. Arabia, XII. 48 

Bannerman, mt., W. Australia, XI. 272 

Banning, E. : A. J. Wautera, XIL 546 f : 
Notice sur : Brialmont, XVIII. 648 1 

Bannister, H. M. : Drift and geologic 
time, X. 206 f 

Bannwaldsee, depth, etc., VII. 199 

Banpara, Ein Ausflug nach : S. E. Peal, 
XrVM14t 

Bantu tribes, I. 308 ; IX. 392 ; XII. 364 ; 
XIIL 393; XIX. 16; Grundriss einer 
Lautlehre der Bantusprachen : C. Min- 
hof, XV. 296 1 ; Notes and Vocabularies : 
H. Chatelain, III. 348 f; population, 
VI. 184 ; town. III. 470 

Baoule, Notes sur le: M. A. Nebout, 
XVII. 554 t 

Baptista Agnese, and American carto- 
graphy in the sixteenth century : J. 
Winsor, X. 460 f 

, J. R. : Africa-Oriental, Caminbao 

de Ferro da Beira a Manica, IIL 161 1 

Baptiste, W. ; on Geography and army 
entrance examinations. III. 148 

Bara river, Tirah, XII. 338 

Barabra, Les: E. Chantre, XIX. 772 f 

Baraillier, A. ; Journey to Andamarca and 
Pangon, II. 171 

Baram district, Borneo, XVI. 39, 53; 
journey to Mt. Dulit and Highlands of 
Borneo : C. Hose, I. 193 ♦ 

Baramba falls, Br. Guiana, V. 343 

Baratier: Dans les marais dn Bahr-cl- 
Ghazal, XIII. 562 1 

Baratta, M. : A proposito dei " Mistpoef- 
fers" italiani, XIX. 650 f; H grande 
terremoto indiano, XL 104 1 ; Materiali 
. . . fenomeni sismici awenuti in Italia, 
XL 192 1; Osservazioni fatte al Ve- 
snvio, X. 453 f ; Paolo dal Pozzo Toscr- 
nelll, XII. 105 f ; Sui terremoti del la 
Romagna del 1781, X. 452 f; Sulla 
distribuzione topografica dei terremoti 
in Italia, V. 270 f ; Do. nell' Umbria, 
XII. 625 1 ; Sullo state prcsente dei 
Vulcani eolici, XVI. 572 f ; Sul terre- 
moto di Cagli, VIIL 188 f 

Baravan Dagh, IX. 529 

Barbadoes — 
Diamond Jubilee Directory, etc. : S. J. 
Fraser, XL 571 1 

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GENERAL INDEX TO V0L8. L—XX. 



BABBADOXS 

Barbadoei— oonttnuecZ. 
Elovuted reefs, II. 545 
(Tlobigeriiia marls of : G. F. Franks and 

J. B. Harrison, XIII. 217 1 
Keports, Ck))onial, XIV. 68it, XVI. 
702 1 ; XVIII. 643 1 ; XX. 671 t 
Barbary Coast : H. M. Field, III. 252 t 
Barbier, J. V. : De la necessitc de par- 
tagcr Ics feuilles de la carte du monde 
nu 1 : 1,000,000, IX. 684 1 : Irre'gularitcs 
ortbographiques dcs noms de lieux, VII. 
222 1 : Projet de carte de la terre k 
rochelle du 1 : 1,000,000, V. 184 t ; 

VIII. 194 1; IX. 582 1; Rapport sur la 
question dcs renseigncments ooloniaux, 

IX. 347 1; Role des voyageuses fran- 
Qaises, VII. 224 1 

, Biography : C. Pfister, 

XIV. 124 t; XV. 446 1 
Barbot, J. : La Grotte des Oapelans, VIII. 

411 1 
Barbour, £. ■ H. : Glacial grooves and 

BtrisB in S.E. Nebraska, XVI. 584 1 
Barcelona ; Trade (Foreign OfiBce Rep.), 

XVI. 694 1 ; Librerla de Penella y Bosch, 
Catalogo, VIII. 533 f 

Barchaues, formation of, IX. 290, 307; 
shingle, XI. 639; snow (in Canada), 
XX. 150 

Barclay, Capt. H. V. : Au travers du con- 
tinent Australicn, XIV. 342 f; Easter 
I., XV. 443 1 ; Mission k Itle de P&ques, 
XIV. 342 t 

Barcoues, E. M. : Estudios para una Noso- 
logia Filipina, VIL 112 f 

Bardcra, Somaliland, I. 218 : XIV. 638 

Baren, J. van : Beschrijving von het 
schiereiland Letimor yolgens W. Mick- 
ler, XVIII. 637 1; Description geogra- 
phique de la Hollande, etc., XIX. 650 f ; 
Over Tcrwccring on hot ontstaan van 
bodemsoorten, XX. 180 t 

Barents, Ccntenaire do: H. Gordier ct 
C. Rabot, XIL 330 f; chart of Spits- 
bergen, XV. 128 

• Sea, ice, XI. 338; Zbdanko on 

hydrographic researches, VII. 555 

and Kara Seas, Visits to, etc. : 

H. Feilden, XL 333 ♦ 

Bariba people (liorgu), VI. 215 ; Au pays 
desBaribas: L. Vermeersch, XII. 326 f 

Barilochc pass. Discovery of: Capt. Barrios, 

XVII. 79; letters on; A. Bertraud, 
XVII. 440 ; F. P. Moreno, XVIL 204 

Barima river, Br. Guiana, V. 887 
Baring-Gould, £. : With note-book and 

Camera, XVI. 707 1 
, S. : Brittany, XX. 551 f ; 

Book of Brittany, XIX. 227 1 ; Deserts 

of S. France, IV. 576 t 
Baringo lake, E. Africa, II. 125 ; IV. 311 ; 

XIX. 8 
Bari tribe, upper Nile, XX. 617 
Barito river, Borneo, III. 515 
Barker, F. C. : Irrigation in Mesilla 

Valley, New Mexico, XII. 100 f 



BAB0T8B 

Barker, D. Wilson : see Wilson Barker 
Barkly, Mrs. : Among Boers and Basutoe, 

IIL 532 t 

, Sir H., obituary, XII. 621 

Barlow, A, E. : Report on geology . . . 

of area included by Nipissing and Tcmi- 

scaming map-sheets, XV. 440 f 
Barmouth, Sand- Waves at. XVIII. 170 
Bam Bluff Countrv, Notes on trip to : 

J. W. Beattic. XX. 562 f 
Barnes, H. T. : On some measurements of 

temperature of Lachine rapids, XIV. 

229 1, 345 1; of river water opposite 

Montreal, XII. 217 1 
et Holroyd : I-.a Blue-John-Mino 

k Castleton, XVI. 695 f 
Bamett, E. : W. India Pilot, XV. 554 f 
Baro river, Abyssinia, XIL 316; XVL 

476 ; XVIL 500 
Baro-cyclonometcr, XIV. 465 
Baroda district, Abyssinia, XVI. 297 ; 

XVIII. 268 
Waterworks (India): J. Sada- 

sewjee, IV. 376 f 
Barogil pass, Chitral, I. 52; VIII. 118 
Barometer, a new mounttiin aneroid, E. 

Whymper on, XIII. 79; 'Ein neucs 

Barometer: K. T. P'ischer, XVI. 493 f; 

Mercurial, Comparison of, with boiling- 
point thermometer : H. Hartl, II. 476 f ; 

Portable mercurial: H. H. P. Dcasv, 

X. 203 ♦ 
Barometric Altitudes — 

Bemerkungen liber die Schwerc-Korrck- 
tionen der Barometerhuhen : U. 
Mohn, XVIL 681 f 

Barometric determination of heights : 
F. J. B. Cordeiro, XII. 438 f ; T. \V. 
Fowler, XIII. 567 f ; XIV. :^43 f 

I progressi della livellazione biiromc- 
trica : B. de Benedictis, X. 459 1 
Pressure, Diurnal Variation 

of: F. N. Cole, I. 283 f; Height of 

barometer in liondon : R. C. Mossman, 

XV. 662 t ; Tables of, in Antarctic, Xl\. 

418; Weitcre Beitrage . . . dertaglichen 

oscillation des Barometers: J. Hann« 

XIL 638 ;t X IIL 460 1 
Baron, R. : Notes on economic plants of 

Madagascar, XIII. (>80 1 
Barong village, C. Asia, IIL 368 
Ba-Ronga de la bale de Delagon: 11. 
Junod, XI. 199 f ; I^es Ba-Ronga : li. 
Junod, XIL 326 1; Les Chants et les 
Contes des : H. A. Junod, XIII. 455 f 
Baron von Mueller lake, Australia, IX. 61 
Barotse, IX. 43; XVIL 585; plain and 
valley, IX. 126 
Beguin, E. : Au Barotse, XIV. 117 f 
Bertrand, A.; Expedition, VII. 426; 
Au pays des Ba-Rotse, XIL iK)l§, 
326 1; Expedition au pays des Barotse, 
IX. 341 1; From the Machili to 
Lialui, IX. 145 * ; Voyage d'explora- 
tion, XL 199 f ; XIL :^01 §, 326 t 
Coillard: Sur le Uaut Zamb^ze, XII. 



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BABOTSS 

Barotie — 'continued. 

301 §; On the threshold of C. Africa, 
XIL 301 § 

Gibbons, A. St. H. ; Exploratious, VIL 
662; Exploration and hunting in C. 
Africa, XIL 301 § ; Explorations in 
Marotseland and neighbouring 
regiona, XVII. 106 • ; XVIII. 327 1 ; 
Journey in Marotse and Moshiko- 
lumbwe countries, IX. 121*; Ma- 
rotseland and tribes of Upper 
Zambezi, XII. 325 f; Photographs, 
IX. 472 

Quicke, F. C. : Supplementary Journeys, 
XVII. 129 ♦ 

Beid, P. C: Journey up the Macbili, 
IX. 143 * 

Vegetation, temperature, and game, IX. 
145 
Barpu glacier, Mustagh mts., 11. 296 
Barranquilla, Commercial importance, 

VI. 386 ; Trade reports, VI. 386 ; XVIII. 

644 t 

Barranquitas, Amazons; population of, 

IX. 447 
Barrat, M. : Note sur les echantillons 

geologiques, etc., VIII. 93 f ; Ogooue' et 

Como, VIII. 531 1 
Barre', H. : Les Colonies portugaises, XIV. 

237 t ; Notes sur 1' Empire colonial de 

r Allemagne, X. 556 f 
, L. : Atlas climatologique de TEm- 

pire de Riissie, XVIII. 104 f 

-, O. : La Geographic militaire et les 



nouvelles methods gcfog^phiques, XIV 
not, 672 §; La haute valle'e dc ]a 
Saone, XVII. 544 f; Le relief de la 
foret de Fontainebleau, XX. 551 1 ; 
Quelques observations sur la region 
Farisienno orientale, XIII. 675 f 

-, P. : De rOnbangui au Bahr-el- 



(;hazal, IX. 238 f; Djibouti et Obock, 
XVI. 367 1; La Belgique maritime, 
XIV. 576 1 ; La Chine entr'ouvertc, 
XVI. 122 t ; La oonqu^te de 1' Oceanic 
par les nations enropeenncs, V. 92 f ; 
l>a Houille dans les Colonics anglaises, 
XVIII. 343 1 ; Lc peuplemcnt et la 
colonisation du Caucase et du Turkestan 
Kusfio, XX. 668 1 ; Les chemins do for 
asiatiques, XVII. 547 f; Les chemins 
de fer (XJeauicus, XVIII. 114t; Le 
Djerid Tunisien, XVIII. HI. f ; Les 
Etats-Unis d'Ameriquc et Icur exten- 
sion en 1899, XIV. 461 f 

Barren Grounds of Canada ; J. B. Tyrrell's 
Survey, III. 206 ; Expedition through : 
J. B. Tyrrell, IV. 437*; V. 269; 
Second Expedition, VI. 438*; VIII. 
418 ; Natural resources of Barren Lands : 
J. B. Tyrrell, XIV. llOf; On Snow- 
shoes to the : C. Whitney, IX. 341 f 

Barren I. ; Some early allusions to and 
Bibliography of: F. R. Mallet, VI. 96 f 

and Narcondam Is. ; D. Prain*s 

obscrvatious, HI. 234 



BABTBK 

Barrfere, H. : France ; Carte des rivifercs 
navigables et des canaux, etc., XX. 
566 1 ; Map of Europe, XIX. 411 f 

Barrett, C. : Essex; Highways, Byways, 
and Waterways, I. 466 f; Somerset- 
shire, do.. III. 528 1; Surrey, do., VII. 

328 1 
Barrett, Hon. J. : China, her History and 

Development, XVIII. 454 f; Philippine 

Is. and their Environment, XV. 549 f ; 

Siam and its Neighbours, XIV. 582 f ; 

XV. 81 1 
, R. L. : A^undal Drainage System 

in C. Norway, XVI. 572 f 
Barrett-Hamilton, G. E. H. : Glimpses of 

Life in the Far North-East, XIV. 335 1 : 

Kamchatka, XIV. 226 f 
and H. C. Jones ; Visit 

to Karaglnski I., Kamchatka, XII. 280 * 
Barrier Reef, Great : see Great Barrier 

Reef 
Barrios, Capt. : discoverv of Bariloche 

pass, XVIL 79, 204, 440 
Barrois ; Le Pays dans TOenvre d'Andree 

Theuriet : P. Despiques, VI. 483 f 
Barrois, T. : Researches into depth and 

temperature of Lake of Tiberias, III. 

424 
, C. : Des divisions gcographiques 

de la Bretagne, X. 225 f 
Barron, A. : Report of department of 

Lands and Survey, New Zealand, XIX. 

531 1; XX. 221 § 
, T. and W. F. Hume : Notes on 

geologv of eastern desert of Egypt, 

XVIII. 109t 
Barros, J. de, Portuguese historian, IX. 

196; account of Bartholomew Bias' 

voyage, XVI. 639 
Barrow, C. L. : remarks on " First Crossing 

of Southern Alps of New Zealand," 

VIL 501 
Barrow, Sir J. ; Arctic work, VI. 34 
, J. : Sir C. R. Markham's remarks 

on death of, XIII. 85 ; obituary, XIII. 

76 
Barrow, Cavenagh, and Warburtou 

Ranges, Expedition to : H. Russel, XV. 

648, 671 1 
Creek, Baldwin Spencer's ex- 
pedition to, XVIII. 537 

I*oint, £Ixpedition, Ethnological 



Results of: J. Murdoch, III. 439 1 
Barrows, D. P. : Colorado Desert, XVI. 

582 1 
Barry, Sir J. W. : Address on London 

streets, XIII. 452 f ; XV. 190 1 ; Studies 

in Corsica, I. 278 f 
, R. B. : Zwei Fahrten in das 

nurdliche Eismeer nach Spitzbergeo, 

etc., IX. 581 1 
Barrv Dock, Bristol, XII. 380 
BarsiB^, Die Legeude vom : I. Goldziher 

und Graf C. von Landberg-Hallberger, 

VII. 340 1 
Bartek,.L. : A nepvandorUssok inditookai 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BABTEiriTBFr 

cs Qzeljai, XVIII. 242 f; Die ungar- 
ischen otadte ale Centren der nationalen 
BilduDg, XVIII. lost: JellemvoniBok 
baz£uk f oldrajz&bol, XX. 120 f 
Barteniyeff, J. P. : Copper Ore of river 

Talma, XL 193 f 
Barter, 0. : Notes on Ashanti, VIIL 652 f 
Barth, C. G. : Die von 1865-1895 erzielten 
Fortflchritte der Eenntnis fremder 
Erdteile, etc., XII. 640 1 

, J. P. : De landBchappen aan de 
Boyen-Pinoh, XII. 96 t ; Overricht der 
Afdeeling Soekadana, X. 550 1 

-, Land und Leute in Dahomey, III. 



847 1 

Barthel, K. ; on migrations of African 
tribes, VI. 468 ; Volkerbewegnngen auf 
der Siidhalfte des afrikaniscnen Konti- 
nents, IV. 190 f, 578 f 

Barthelemy, Marquis de: Journeys in 
Annam, XV. 175; Le regime eoono- 
miqne de la Cote d' Annam, XIX. 524 f ; 
En Indo-Chine, XVIII. 636 t ; Recon- 
naissance chez les Mois Stiengs, XVIII. 

636 1 
Barthold, W. : Rnssiscbe Arbeiten iiber 

Ostasien, XVI. 486 f ; XVII. 208 f ; Do., 

iiber Westasien, XVL 579 f; XVII. 

821 1 
Bartholomew, J. : obituary, I. 560 
■ ■ , J. G. : Joseph Thomson, 

VII. 119 1 ; Philosophy of Map>making, 

etc, XIX. 660 1 

-, J. G., and J. Burgess ;^Con- 



stable's Hand-Gazetteer of India,' XI. 

667 1 
Bartholomew's Maps, etc. — 

Atlases and General Maps — Citizen's 
Atlas, tXIL 111, 223,834,444,550, 
645; XIIL 103; Handy Reference 
Atlas of the Worid, VIIL 540 ; Inter- 
national Students* Atlas of Modern 
Geography, XIX. 665 1; Travellers' 
Route Chart of the World, VII. 452 1 

Africa— Political Map, VIIL 314 1: XIL 
108 1; XIIL 223 1; C. and S., IIL 
442 1; VIL 342 1; XIIL 223 1; S. 
Atlas for S. African Schools, XIII. 
224 1; XX. 254 1; Tourist Map, XL 

468 1 
America, S. ; Commercial Map, IIL 

442 1 ; XVI. 263 f 
Australia, Commercial Map of, VI. 203 f ; 

Reduced Survey, XIV. 127 t 
Birmingham, Plan, VIIL 197 1 1 district, 

Cyclist's Road Map, XX. 474 1 
Bournemouth and environs, II. 284 f 
Brighton, plan, IV. 265 1 
British Isles, Gazetteer, 11. 560 f 
China, Japan, and Korea, IV. 883; 

XVL 262 1 
Donegal, X. 559 f 
Durham, I. 572 f 
EuBtboume, VIIL 537 1 
Edinburgh, etc., Pocket Guide to, VIIL 

190 1 



BA8ADBB 

Bartholomew's Kapo — continued, 
Egypt and Lower Nile, Tourist Map, X. 

660 t 

England and Wales, Reduced Ordnanco 
Survey.t VIIL 654 ; IX. 585 ; X. 657 ; 
XL 209,325,462, 690; XIL 107, 332, 
442 : XIV. 238, 347, 692 ; XV. 677 ; 
XVI. 134, 708; XVIL 100; XVIIL 
il5, 244,462; XIX. 535, 664; XX. 
183, 474, 566 ; Road Map, X. 558 f ; 
Touring Map, XV. 677 f; Tourist 
Map, IX. 585 f 

Europe, Tourist's Atlas Guide, 11. 284 f 

Glasgow district, Cyclist's Road-Map, 
XIV. 468 1 

Harrogate, XL 463 1; environs, FV. 
383 1 

Hull, IX. 350 

India, N. W. Frontier, V. 611 f ; X. 
559 1 ; Route Chart to India and the 
East, I. 286 f 

Ireland, Reduced Ordnance Survey, 
VIIL 655 1; XVL 262 f; Tourist's 
Map, VIIL 198 1 

Isle of Wight, X. 559 f 

Leeds, Bradford, and York district, 
Cyclist's Road Map, XIX. 785 1 

Liverpool, XIL 443 1; XIX. 114 f 

London, XIIL 333 f ; East, III. 538 f ; 
VIIL 588 t ; West, I. 286 f 

Manchester, VIIL 198t; and Salford, 
XIIL 222 1; XVIIL 557 1; and 
Liverpool district. Cyclist's Road 
Map, XVIIL 345 f 

Meteorology, Physical Atlas, Vol. IIL, 
XIV. 599 1, 649 § 

Nottingham, I. 573 1 

Oceania and the Paciflc, XVIL 330 f 

Palestine, Topographical and Physical ; 
ed. G. A. Smith, XVIIL 117 t, 347 f 

Scotland, Atlas of Royal Scotti^ Geo- 
graphical Society, VII. 120 §; Re- 
duced Ordnance Survey, 11. 383 1 '* 
IV. 286 1; VIIL 538 1, 655 1 

Sheffield and Warwick, etc., IIL 854 f 

Spanish-American War map, XIL 109 f 

Sudan, VIIL 199 1 

Windermere and Morecambe Bay, XIX. 

535 1 
Barton, A. : Yang-tsze valley and British 

commerce, XIL 430 f 
, C. : Outlines of Australian Phy- 
siography, VI. 490 1 

-, G. H. : Evidence ... of glacial 



action on W. Coast of Greenland, etc., 
IX. 581 1 ; Glacial observations in 
Umanak District, XL 102 f ; Peary's 
Expedition, IX. 466 f 

Barue Country ; Map of : A. J. Arnold, 
XVIIL 514*; Photographs: A. J. 
Arnold, XVIII. 464 

Basa Country, Visits to: Dobinson, IX. 

463 1 
Basadre, D. M. : Los Lagos del Titicaca, 

III. 74 1 ; Puno, Province de Chucuito, 

IV. 284 1 ; Sumersidn bajo el Oo^no y 



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BA80HIH 

posterior levantamiento de la oosta del 

Peru, IX. 465 f 
Baschin, O. — 

Andree'a Vorschlag einer Nordpolexpe- 
dition in Luftballon, VI. 585 f ; 
Andree'schen Ballon - Expedition 
znm Nordpol, XI. 102 1 ; Die Abfahrt 
der Andree'flchen Ballon - Expedi- 
tion, XI. 204 1 ; Die Bedeutung wia- 
BenBchaftlicher Ballonfahrten, IX. 
115 1; Nenere Mittheilungcn iiber 
das Andree 'sche Polarprojekt, VITI. 

422 1 
Bibliotheca Geographica, VI. 101 f ; 

VII. 73 § ; IX. 116 1, 227 § ; XL 106 t : 

XIII. 330 t ; XIV. 690 1 : XVI. 706 f ; 

XIX. 662 1 
Die Dentsche Sudpolar-Expedition, 

XIX. 660 1 
Die Entstehnng der Dunen, XVI. 704 f 
wellenahnliohen Ober- 

flachcnformen, XV. 672 f 
Die erstcn Nordlichtphotographion 

aufgenommen in Bossekop, XVIII. 

239 1 
Die ^eograpbisehe Lage von Berlin, 

XV. 433 t 
Znr Frage des jahreszeitlicben Luf tans- 

taucbe, etc.,*VII. 118 1 
Bascom, F. : Ancient yolcanic rocks of 

Soutb Mountain, XII. 214 f 
Base economica delle oonquiste geogra- 
ficbe, nota di R. Biassutti. XVIII. 556 1 
Basel, situation of, etc. : R. Hotz, IV. 

375 t 
Base level. Grade and Peneplain, Studies 

for Students : W. M. Davis, XX. 130 f 
Base-line, Jaderin's apparatus for measure- 
ment of, A. Bonsdorff on, I. 556 
Basevi, A. N., and Fritzsche, G. E. : La 
rapprese'ntazione orografica a luce 
doppia nella oartografia moderna, I. 

282 1 

Bash Gumbaz, C. Asia, VIII. 112 

Basb^kird, plain of, Balucbistan, XIX. 
131 

Basban, Across Southern : G. R. Lees, V. 
1 ♦ : Photographs, V. 408 

Basbgal valley, Kaflrietan, IV. 194; VII. 
547 

Baahgati (Kafir Language), Notes on ; J. 
Davidson, XX. 667 t 

Basbgol river, C. Asia, VII. 42 

Basbit Dagh, Persia, XVIII. 122 

Basbmakov, A. A. : Journeys in Mace- 
donia, XIX. 104 1 

Basikunu district, W. Africa: see Bassi- 
kounou 

Basman, Baluchistan, X. 589 \ 

Basra : see Bussora 



ues — 
In Baskenland: E. Nebehay, XIII. 
557 1 ; Stand unserer Kenntnis iiber 
die Basken: G. Buschan, XVII. 
564 1 ; Zur Ethnographie der Basken : 
W. Karutz, XIIL 317 f 



BATAK LAVB 

Bas-Quercy, Une grand Industrie du : J. 

Gebelin, VU. 107t 

Bassao )t Saigon, La voie ferree de: P. 
d'Enjoy, IX. 338 f 

Bassama, tribe, W. Africa, XIV. asi 

Bassein, Name of : R. C. Temple, I. 375 t 

Bassenthwaite lake, depth, etc., IV. 238 ; 
origin, VIL 616; surveys, IL 165; VL 
63,162 

Bassett, J. S. : Constitutional beginnings 
of N. Carolina, IV. 579 f ; Slavery and 
servitude in N. Carolina, VIII. 192 1 

Basset, R. : Les Inscriptions de Tile de 
Dablak, II. 186 f ; Notes sur les Chaouia 
de la province de Constantino, IX. 576 f 

Bassett-Smith, P. W. : Damma T. and its 
natives. III. 251 f ; Survey of Maccles- 
field Bank, V. 73 • ; Visit* to Damma I., 
Banda Sea, III. 144 

Bassi^res, E. : Notice sur la Gnyane, 
XVII. 94 1 

Bassignv, Le : L. Gallois, XVII. 671 1 

Bassik-Kul, C. Asia, V. 155 

Bassikounon, La region de : P. Vuillot, 

XI. 667 §, 685 1 
Bassilan, M. de : Au pays des Homards, 

XI. 87 t 

Bassler, A. ; Biography, XIII. 461 f 

Bassora : Bee Bussora 

Basset : Measurements of an Arc of the 
Meridian, I. 72 ; Nouvelle methode de 
mesure de base, IX. lilt: Sur la nou- 
velle meridienne de France, I. 89 f 

Bastak, Persia. VII. 25 

Bastard, G. : Une ville du Niger, Dienne, 
XVI. 250 1 

, M. : journey in S. Madagascar, 

XV. 535 ; Voyage chez les Sakalaves, 

XII. 632 1 

Bastelica, J. : En Asie Mineuro, XI. 194 f 
Bastian, A. : Controversen in der Ethno- 
logic, III. 164 1; Indonesien oder die 
Inseln des Malayiscben Archipel, IV. 
376 t; Zum sicbzigsten Geburtstage, 
IX. 114 1 
Bastion mts., Patagonia, XVI. 36 
Basu, B. C. : Note on lac industry of 

Assam, XV. 365 1 
Basurco, S. M. : Trois semaines chei les 

Indiens Cayapas, IV. 284 f 
Basntoland — 
Basutoland and the Basutos: Sir G. 

Langden, XVIII. 327 1, 550 f 
Expedition to Mont Aux Sources : T. L. 

Fairclough, XVI. 124 1 
Moeurs, coutumes . . . des Ba-Souto : E. 

Jacottet, X. 340t 
Report 1896-7, XII. 541 1 ; 1898, XVT. 

124 t ; 1899-1900, XVIII. 110 f 
Terra dei Basuto: G. Weitzecker, 
XVIII. 108 1 
Batak Land ; Dutch in, VII. 75, 80 
Aanteekeningen betrefTende de Batak- 

landen : J. H. Meerwaldt, VI. 487 1 
Besuch bei den Kannibalen Sumatras : 
J. von Brenner, VII. 75 § ; 175 § 



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BATAE LAHD 

Batak Land — continued. 
Dc Verkcnningder Bataklanden: C. M. 

Pleyte, VIL 331 f 
Nota omtrent de Bataklanden : J. A. 

Kroesen, XV. 192 f 
Noorden van h^t Tobamecr: 0. J. 
Westenberg, X. 550 f 

Bataks (m6 aUo Sumatra) — general de- 
scription, VIL 75; Die Batakei': E. 
Fiiret, XII. 9G f ; Study of the Battaks : 
E. Modigliani, IIL 252 f 

Batalha-Keia, J. : Definition of geography 
as a Bcienoe, etc., VIII. 535 ; on Machln 
and . . . Madeira, III. 517; suppoeed 
discovery of S. America before 1448, 
etc., IX. 185 *, 583 f 

Batan-Archipel and die Babuyanen-In- 
seln : F. Blumentritt, XIII. 454 1 

Batang, Tibet, III. 383 

Batang-Natal, Groot Mandeling en: T. 
Heyting, X. 550 1 

Batavia, Longitude de: J. Ondemans, 
VIL 330 t§; Plattegrond van Batavia 
van 1682: J. Brandes, XVIL 107 1; 
"Spasms" in terrestrial Magnetic 
force at: W. van Bemmelen, XVII. 
209 1 ; Topograpliische Kaart der 
Eesidcntie Batavia (Netherlands Go- 
vommont),XVL 137t: Uit Oud-Bata- 
via; Kola-Tahi: F. do Haan, XVIL 
320 t ; Van Gud-Batavia : J. Brandes, 

XVIL 209 t; XVIII. 230 f 
and Singapore cable interruptions, 

X. 276 
Batchelder, C. F. : Distribution of certain 

mammals in New England and New 

York, IX. 578 1 
Batchelor, J. : Ainu and their folk-lore, 

XIX. 653 1 ; Ainu words as illustrative 

of customs, etc., X. 455 f 
and K. Miazbe; Ainu Eco- 
nomic Plants, III. 252 f 
Bates, H. W. : Naturalist on the Amazons : 

I. 183 1; Bates of the Amazons: G. 

Allen, I. 380 1 
Batctola race, Congo, V. 431 ; La revolte 

des, XIIL 680 t 
Bath and Bristol and forty miles round, 

Thorough Guide scries : M. J. B. Bad- 

deley, XIX. 767 1 : Batli Road Map : 

H. K. G. Inglis, IIL 537 1 
Bathurst, Gold-diggings at: Huxley, 

XIV. 342 1 
Bathymetre fonde sur Tomploi de cylin- 

dres crushers, Sur un : Charbonnier et 

Galy-Ach^, XIV. 587 1 
Bath y metrical Conditions of Antarctic 

Regions : H. Ar9towski. XIV. 77 ♦ 
■ Ooservations, etc. : tee 

France, Italy, Lake District, Venice 
Batonga tribe, Zambezi district, I. 295 ; 

IX. 148; XVIII. 70 
Batopilas, Mexico, XL 425 
Batoum and district; trade (Foreign 

Office Rep.), fV. 77; XIL 629; XIV. 

335; XVL 366; XIX. 231; XX. 467 



BATTMANK 
Batoum to Baghdad: W. B. Harris, VIII. 

649 1 

Bats of Australian Region, IV. 36, 42 ; 
of Neotropical region, V. 473, 476; of 
Papuan Region, IV. 46 ; of Polynesiftn 
and Hawaiian Regions, FV. 50; Luchu 
Is., V. 299 

Battambong, Siam, VIII. 432; history, 
VIIL 436 

Battermann, H. : Resultate aus den 
Polhohenbestimmungen in Berlin, 
XIV. 344 1 

Battistl: Gli studi limnologici italiani, 
XIV. lilt; II Trentino, XIII. 87 t 

Batu Lawei, mt., Borneo, XVL 39 

Song, mt., Borneo, I. 204 

Batum : see Batoum 

Batur glacier, Pamirs, VIIL 25 

Batwa pigmy tribe, C. Africa, V. 430 

Batz, Baron de: Voyage en Mongolie, 
XIX. 396 1 

Baubo : 8ee Demeter 

Bauchi, Kingdom of ; Notes on journey to 
Pali and Mamaidi in : P. A. Clive, X IV. 
177 * ; Bryan's journey to, XIV. 447 

Baud, Lieut., Explorations on Niger, VI. 
386; Historique de la Mission Baud- 
Vermcersch, XII. 325 f 

Baudi de Vesme ; explorations in Somali- 
land, 11. 359 

Baudo, Sierra de, Colombia, XVIL 344 

Baudoin, M. : Le pwbleme bibliogra- 
phique, VIL 223 f 

Baudoinville, Tanganyika, XIX. 599 

Bauendahl, Capt. : Arctic Expedition, XVL 
356; XVIII. 313; Aus den wissen- 
Bchaftlichen Ergebnissen dor Polar- 
fahrt dos "Mattulor," XVIII. 646 1: 
XIX. 238 t 

Bauer, L. A. : Eartli-air electric currents, 
XIV. 588 1 ; Halley's earliest equal 
variation chart, VIL 449 f ; Magnetic 
survey of U.S., XX. 248 f ; Magnetic 
work of U.S. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, XIV. 461 f ; Note on secular 
motion of Earth's mean magnetic axis, 
XIX. 112 1; On component iields of 
the Earth's permanent magnetism, X. 
234 t ; On terrestrial magnetism, VII. 
219 1; XL 524; on W. Whiston's 
magnetic observations, VI. 187 

Baum, Dr. : Expedition in Southern in- 
terior of Angola, XIV. 665 

Baumann, J., Das Kriegswesen im Hoch- 
gebirge, I. 284 f 

Baumann, O. — 

Biography, XV. 446 f; XVf. 494 f; 
Journev through E. Africa : E. 
Heawood, IV. 246*; To Victoria 
Nyanza and Tanganyika, I. 228 * ; 
11. 19; survey of Zanzibar, Pemba 
and Mafia, V. 597 ; IX. 664 ; obituary, 
XIV. 574 
Der Unterlauf des Pangani-Flusses, 

VIIL 93 1 
Die kartographischen Ergebnisse der 



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BAvmaiui, 0. — amtinued. 

Maasai-Expedition des Deutsohen 

AntiBklayerei'Comites, lY. 189 f 
Durch Massailand zur Nilquelle, lY. 

87 1, 246 § 
F&nf Briefe yon . . . ForachungsreiBe 

im Zanzibararchipel, YIII. 418 f 
Goo, VIII. Si)9 1 
Inael Mafia (Map), YIII. 427 f 
Pemba und ihre klcinon Nach- 

barinseln, XIY. 458 1 

Sansibar, IX. 681 1 

Karte des ForschungBgebietes der Ma- 

sai-Expcditiou des Deutschen Anti- 

sklayerei-Komitee, Y. 94 f 
OesterreichiBch-ungariBclie IntereBsen 

in Oatafrika, Y. 606 f 
Originalkartc dcB nordliclien Deutsch- 

Ofltafrika, IV. 191 f 
Topograpbiflche Aufuahmcn auf Reiscn, 

lY. 90 1 
Banme-lc8-Me88icnr8, La Grotte de: E. 
Reuauld, X. 547 1; Sa Grotte, bob 
Eny irons: E. Renauld, III. 528 f 
Banmstark, Lient. : Die Warangi, XVI. 

25()t 
Bannt Ijake, and its Hot Springs, etc. : 

J. S. Bogolyuleski, XL 196 1 
Baor, C. F. : Neaeste Karte der Erde, I. 

961 
Bavaria — 
Baveriscbe Pfalz : A. Geistbeck, YII. 

676 1 
Beitrage zur Landeskunde Bayems : 

H. Simonafeld, YI. 193t 
Die in den Jahren 1892 und 1893 zur 

Landeskunde Bayerns erschiencne 

Literatur: C. Gruber, Yl. 19a t; 

ditto, 1894 and 1895, YIII. 647 f: 

ditto, 1896 biB 1900, XX. 239 f 
Entwicklung und die Aufgaben der 

bayerischen Laudeskundc: E. Ober- 

hummcr, XIY. 453 f 
EBthetiqne des yilles, Rothenburg: 

A. J. Wautera, IX. 336 f 
(vc'ologisches ans dem bayerischen 

Waldo : E. Weinschenk, XY. 188 f 
Glaziul- und Drifthypotheao auf Baye- 

riachcr Boden erstundt^n : 8. (t uuther, 

IV. 468 1 
Highlands of Bavaria : G. Fela, VI. 

292t 
Elimatologische I^andesforschung in 

Bayern : F. Erk, XVII. 544 1 
Map — Avcutins Karte von Bayern, XY. 

304 t ; Nachtragliches zur Aventin- 

Karte : E. Oberbummcr, XVII. 544 f 
tSchneedeoke im bayerischen Waldge- 

birge: P. Wagner, XVIII. 218 §, 225 f; 

SchneeverhaltnisBe imbayriach-bubm- 

iachcu Grenzgebirgo : P.Wagner, XI I. 

426 t 
TelegraphiBche Langenbeatimmungen 
fiir die Kuniglichc Steruwarte zn 
Bogenhauaen: C. von Orff, VIII. 
527 t 



BEAR I. 

BavarU— oonitntied. 

Trade, Agriculture and Finances 
(F. O. Rep.), XIL 537 1 ; XYL 570 f 

Ucber die wabrgenommenen Erdbeben : 
C. Grumbel, XII. 92 f 
Bavio, D. E. A. : Ia Llanura Argentina, 

XYL 584 1 
Baxendell, J. : Borough of Soutbport, 

Meteondogical Department, Report, 

etc., of Observationa, YIII. 415 f ; X. 

227 1 ; XYL 246 t 
Bay, E. ; expedition to Melville bay, XL 

184; GcologiBche Karte dea SooreBby- 

Sunde8,IX. 691 
BayanGiil, C. Aai8,XII. 272 
Bayard, F. C. : English Climatology, I. 

563 1 

•, G. H.; remarks at Franklin 

C*ommemoration Meeting, VI. 44; On 
Expedition through Somaliland to Lake 
Rudolf, VIII. 233 
Baye, Baron dc : Au nord de la chatne du 
Caucase, XIV, 680 1: Au and de la 
chalne du Caucase, XIV. 335 1 : XV. 
193 1 ; l^bez les Tatars, de Derbent & 
Elisabethpol. XVIII. 231 1 ; De Moboou 
k KraBUofarsk, X. 120 f: Du Volga it 
rirtiach, IX. 238 f ; En nouvelle Ruasie, 
XVI. 363 1 ; Kiev, la m^re des viUes 
Russee, IX. 3361; Tiflis, Souvenir 
d*uno mission, XYIL 209 f ; 
Bayik pass, C. Asia, YIII. 114 
Bayle : La Double. XL 447 f 
Bazar dereh river, 0. Asia, II. 60 
Baziba tribe, Victoria Nyanza, X. 96 
Beach cusps: M. Jefferaon, XIY. 232 f; 
Origin of : J. C. Branner, XYL 704 f, 

material. Influence of specific 

gravity on behaviour of, XL 634 

Beach(« : see Coasts and Raised Beaches 

and Tidal Marshes of Atlantic 

Coast : M. S. Shaler, XI. 201 1 

Bcadnell, C. M. : On Decline of Scurvy 
afloat, XIY. 589 f 

, A. J. : Dakhia Oasis : its Topo- 
graphy and Geology, XVIII. 621 §, 
639 1; Fayum Depression, XIX. 399 f ; 
Recent Geological Discoveries in Nile 
Valhy and Libyan Desert, XVII. 528 §, 
553 1; XVIII. 232 1; XIX. 655 f; on 
topography ami geology of Farafra 
Oasis, XVIIL 442 

Beadon, R. : Solution of the Colonial 
Question, I. 283 f 

BeamoB, J. : Geography of the Kandahar 
Inscription, XIII. 89 f 

Bear, W. E. : Flower and Fruit Farming 
in England, XIL 626 1; XIV. 224 f; 
Food Supply of Manchester, X. 454 1 ; 
XL 89 1 ; The Next Agricultural Cen- 
BUB, XV. 662 t 

Bear, spectacled, of the Andes, Y. 480 

hunting in Franz Josef Land, YL 

511 ; in Persia, VIII. 510 

Bear L, Arctic Ocean, VI. 548 ; XIL 385 ; 
XIV. 55 ; J. G. Andersson's expedition, 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BEAB I. 

Bear I. — eontinued. 

XIII. 542 ; XVIIL 215 ; letter from 

Sir M. Conway on, XIV. 328 
Beitrage zur Fauna der Baren-Insel: 

G. Sweinander, XIX. 531 f ; A. 

Cleve, XIX. 531 1 
Mcteorologische . . . Beobachtungen 

auf der Baren-Insel : C. A. Forsberg, 

XVII. 96 t 

Nagra drag af Beeren Eilands Kolonisa- 
tionshifitoria : J. G. Anderason, 

XVIII. 237 1 

N&gra upplysningar till den nya Kartan 
ofver Beeren Eiland: A. Nathorst, 
XrV. 464 1 
Oberdeyonische Flora der Baren Insel : 

A. G. Nathorst, XVI. 586 f 
Svenska expoditionen till Beeren 
Eiland, XVII. 561 1 
Boar river, Canada, XVIII. 250 
Bearpaw mts. of Montana : W. H. Weed 

and L. V. Pireson, VIII, 192 1, 653 1 
Beattie, J. W. : Notes on a trip to Bam 

Bluff C:ountry, XX. 562 f 
Beatus group of early maps, XIV. 621 
Beaufort, Capt. : on Nomenclature of the 
Oceana, I. 535 

, Bir Francis, Arctic work of, VI. 

34 
Beaufort's Dyke, off coast of Mull of Gallo- 
way : G. H. Kinahan, XVII. 319 f 
Beaujolais — 
Beaujolais et le Lyonnais: L. Gallois, 

VI. 96 1 
Conditions geograpbiques de la vie 
animale dans le : r. Privat-Desohanel, 

XIX. 392 1 

Introduction k T^tude g^graphique dn 
Beaujolais ; tectonique et geologic : 
P. Privat-Deschanel, XX. 639 f 

Relief du: P. Privat-Deschanel, XIX. 

649 1 
Beanlieu, P. L. : Awakening of the East, 

XVIL549t; XVIIL 165 § 
Beauno, G. : La Terre Australe inconnue : 

Onze CroLsieres aux Nouvelles-Uebrides, 

V. 285 1 
Beaumont, E. de : Pentagonal Mountain 

Roseau, Theory of, XIII. 234 

, E. J. : Wrecks and Casualities 

' in Indian Waters, XVIII. 455 t 

-, G. de : Aux Laos Fran9aiB des 



Adirondacks, XVIII. 457 f ; Les grands 
Domains franoo-tunisiens, XIX. 400 f 
•, H. B. de : tee Bouthillicr de 



Beaumont 

-, H. P. : Diamond-fields of Minas 



Geraes, XIII. 661 

-, W. : La probl^me austro-hon- 



groise et sa portee europ^enne, XVII. 

206 1 
Beaver^ S.S., History of: C. W. McCain, 

XL 315 1 
Beazley, C. R. — 

Azurara's Chronicle of Discovery of 
Guinea, XIV. 665 § 



BEOX voir XAKKAGBTTA 

Bdasley, C. B. — earUinued. 

Crawford Mappemonde Reproductions, 
XII. 575 ♦ 

Dawn of Modern Geography, IX. 532 §, 
686 t ; XIX. 240 t, 498 § 

Elected to Oxford geographical student- 
ship, IIL 329 

Hantzsch's Sebastian Munster, XVIL 
423 * ; XVIIL 242 1 

J. and S. Cabot, XII. 330 f 

Lucas' Voyages of the Zeni, XIII. 166 * 

Madaba Map, XVIL 516*; XVIIL 

327 1 
New Light on some Mediaeval Maps, 
XIV. 620 ♦ ; XV. 130 •, 378 ♦, 673 f ; 
XVI. 819 •, 375 1, 705 1 
Nordenskiold's * Periplus,' XII. 373 • 
On a hitherto unexamined manuscript 
of John de Piano Carpini, XX. 
646* 
Remarks on "A pre-Oolumban Dis- 
covery of America," V. 235; on "An 
Attempt to reconstruct Maps used by 
Herodotus," VIII. 630; on Prince 
Henry the Navigator, IIL 397 
Rockhill's •* Rubruquis," XVIL 298 • 
Siberian Railway, XVIL 210 1 
Bobber, W. J. von: Die Hauptwetter- 
lagen in Europa, XL 446 1 ; Die Elimate 
der Erde und ihr Einflusse auf den 
Menschen, VII. 568 f ; Die Wetterdienst 
an der Deutsche Seewarte, VII. 118 t; 
Einiges uber Wettervorhersage . . . 
der deutschen Euste, XL 573 t; Mitt- 
lere Absolute Jahres-Maxima und 
Minima der Temperatur, III. 167 f 
Beccari, O., Biography : A. Miessler, I. 
380 1; Nolle Foreste di Borneo, XIX. 
525 1 * XX. 442 $ 
Becher.H. M. ; death, 11. 493 ; III. 297 ; 
obituary, II. 470 ; Photographs of 
Malay Pen., V. 192 
Bechter, W. H. : The Solarometer, VI. 

395 1 
Bechuanaland — 

Bechuanaland : J. Mackenzie, XL 313 f 

Geological formation, I. 335 

Railway; Correspondence with Cecil 
Rhodes relating to, XIV. 458 f 

Geologic von Britisch-Betschuana- 
Land : S. Passarge, XVIII. 108 1 

Progress of, I. 548 
Becke, F. : Bericht iiber das Erdbeben 

von Brux, XIII. 86 1 
, L., and W. Jeffery : Naval Pioneers 

of Australia. XIII. 683 1 
Becker, A. : Das Sdv^gebirge imd das 

Bad Rank-Heriein, XL 446 1 
, G. : Der Gurgler Kamm, IX. 

457 1 ; Conditions requisite to our suc- 
cess in the Philippine Is., XVIII. 549 f ; 

Witwatersrand and revolt of Uitlanders, 

IX 240 1 • 

, K. : 'Biography, XL 460 1 



Beck von Mannagetta, G. R, : Die Vege- 
tations-Verhaltnisse der illyrischen 



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BSDDABD 

Lander begreifend Siidkroatien, etc.; 

XX. 551 t 
Beddard, F. E.: Text-book of Zoogeo- 
graphy, VL 199 1 
Bedawin : iee Bedouin 
Beddoe, J.: Complexiona] differenoes 

between Irish, with indigenous . . . 

surnames, XI. 194 f 
Bedford, W. : Malta and the Maltese race, 

VIL 439 1; Great Siege of Malta, XI. 

566 1; Weston Tapestry Maps, X. 

210* 
Bedfordshire — Murray's Handbook, VIII. 

414 1 

Bedonins of Gara tribe, YI. 128 ; of Had- 
ramant, IV. 320; of Palestine, VII. 5; 
of Siwa,X. 598, 603; Le Bedouin : Car- 
ton, XVIII. 241 1 

Beek-Bemard, L. : Missions francisoaines 
du desert argentin, XIV. 120 f 

Beehive mt, Canada; glacial striie, VII. 
55 

Beekman, A. A. : Aanwinst en verlies van 
gronden in Zeeland, XI. 449 f; Der 
Rijn van onzen tijd als groote handels- 
weg, VI. 293 1; Het Dortmund-Eems- 
kanaal, XII. 536 f ; Nomina Geographica 
Neerlandica uit een geographisch oog- 
punt veschouwd, XIX. 650 f; Water- 
wegen in Oud-HoUand, X. 547 f 

, D. ; visit to Christmas I., XIII. 

17 

Begg, A.: Alaska Boundary Question, 
XVII. 555 1; Early Exploration in 
N.W. Canada, XIV. 461 1 ; History of 
Br. Columbia, VIIL lOOf; Notes on 
Vancouver I., VII.* 215 f; Notes on 
Yukon Country, IX. 106 f; Second 
trans - Continental Canadian railway, 
XX. 559 1 ; Vancouver I., XIV. 538 f 

Begrabnisartcn der Amerikancr und Nord- 
ostasiaten : T. Preuss, V. 188 1 

Beguin, E. : Au Ba-Rotse, XIV. 117 1 

Be'hagle, F. de : Explorations in Ij. Chad 
Region, X. 539; XIL 611; XIIL 535; 
XIV. 320 ; Le Noupe et les pretentions 
de la Compagnie royale du Niger, VI. 
296 1 ; Mission de Haut-Oubangni, XIV. 
459 1 ; Voyage commercial au Bassin du 
Tchad, Vni. 531 1 

Behaim, Martin: account of Diogo Clio's 
second voyage, XVI. 633; Globe of 
1492, V. 230, 234 ; Map of Japan, IIL 
404 ; Behaim et Diogo Cam : J. Mees, 
XX. 675 1; Behaim of Nurnberg, 
1459-1507: E. G. Ravenstein, XVIIL 
509; XX. 250 1; Lusung der Behaim- 
Frage : E. Gelcich, I. 571 1 ; H- 175 § ; 
Martin de Bohemia : E. G. Ravenstein, 
XVI. 590 1 

Behar: see Bihar 

Behind dikes and dunes, VIII. 647 f 

Behr, F. : Neueste Earte von Australien, 
I. 477 1 

, H. F. von : Description of ruins of 

Kilwa, II. 169; Die Viilker zwischen 



BSLOIXrX 

Rufiji und Rovnma, U. 186 f; Die 
Wakua Stepjpe, I. 376 1, 547 § 
Behr, H. H. : Changes in Flora and Fauna 

of California, VII. 679 1 ; VIII. 399 
Behrens, W. : Am Nordrande der Sahara, 
XVL 251 1 

, H. : Eartenaufnabmen in Afrika, 

XX. 354 1 
Bebring : see Bering 
Beida, Jebel, Oman, VII. 527 
Beira, S.E. Africa; condition, I. 549; 
Large Game between Beira and Sar- 
mento, n. 518; temperature at, V. 
45 ; trade, IX. 561 ; (Foreign Office 
Rep.), XIV. 118 1 ; XVL 351 §, 369 f, 
591 1 ; XIX. 233 1 
Beira : A. C. Roes, V. 607 f 
Railway, V. 27; VIII. 498; (distance 
to Salisbury), V. 31 ; map of route ; 
F. C. Selous, V. 210 1; Photographs: 
A. C. Britton, IV. 384, W. A. 
Eckersley, IV. 584, H. Good, XI. 
331; Pioneering on:]iL. O. Cooper, 
XVIL 92 1 
Beirut and Coast of Syria, Trade (Foreign 
Office Rep.), XIV. 582 f ; XVI. 579 f ; 
XX. 556 1 
Beitrage zur Wirthschaftsgeografisohen 

Statistik : A. Oppel, VIIL 426 f 
B^ja (Tunisie) : Neu, XIL 633 1 
Bclculiisi hill, Madagascar, VL 235 
Bel, J. M. : En Indo-Chine ; du Sous-Sol, 

XIX. 524 1; Mission au Laos et en 
Annam, XIII. 559 f; Rapport sur une 
Mission soientiflque au Chili, XL 203 f 

Bel Sound, Spitzbergen, VL 549 
Belam,H.,and H. G. G. Ashton : Chart of 

Liverpool Bay, XIX. 244 1 ; XX. 255 f 
Belck, W. : Armenien in Altertum und in 

der Jetztzeit, XIX. 106 f ; XIX. 770 f ; 

XX. 124 1 ; Die Nivoau-Schwankungen 
des Goekts-chai-Sees, IV. 86 f; Hani- 
galbat und Melitene, XL 566 f ; TJnter- 
suohungen und Reisen in Tronskauka- 
sien, Hoch- Armenien und Kurdistan, II. 
185 1. 562 1 

, W., und C. F. Lehmann, Reisebriefe 

von der Armenischen Expedition, XIV. 
113 1; XV. 296 1; XVL 579 f 
Belda, New State of, C. Sudan, VII. 313 
Belerion, Ancient Cornwall, I. 517 
Belezoni canal, Tana river : see Bellazoni 
Belgium— 

Academic Royale des Sciences . . . de 
Belgiquc, Tables ge'ncrales, XV. 

303 1 
A propos du rdcent tremblement de 

terre de la Belgique, etc. : J. Comet, 

VIIL 646 1 
Belgium and the Belgians : C. Scuda- 

more, XVIIL 546 f 
Belgique maritime: P. Barr^, XFV. 

576 1 
Bruges Ship Canal : L. F. Vernon 

Haroourt, XIV. 330t 
Cavernes de la valle'e de la Mehaigue : 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BELGIUX 

Belginm — coiitviued. 

J. Fraifont and F. Tihon, XI. 

808 1 

Climat de la Belgique on 1897: A. 
Lancaater, XIV. 330 f 

Colonies— Charte coloniale de la 
Belgique, XIX. 241 1 

CommentaireB de Jales Cesar inter- 
prctcB au point de vne de la Bel- 
gique : C. riot, XV. 432 f 

Courses of the Scheldt and Lys : A. 
K. Van Werroeke, I. 278 f 

De la n^ceasite d'une plus grande 
Belgique: A. de Haulleville, XV. 

im t 

Emigiations anciennea des Anvereoia 
dana lea paya d'Outre-Mer: F. 
Dounet, IX. 573 1 

Enaeignment-auptirieor de la Gik>- 
grapliie en Belgique, XII. (542 f 

Excursion in Campiuo : A. Hnroii, I. 

277 1 
Farfooz, Lea curiosites d<* la commune 

do: E.Raljir, XVIII. 54Gt 
(jreography in Universities, XII. 84 
Grotto et la riviere aouterraine de 

Han-aur-I.eaac : E. A. Martel, XIII. 

87 1 
Inte'rdt dea releve'a journaliers dea 
heurea de Soleil : A. Lancaater, XIV. 

452 1 
Linguiatio frontier : —Fnmtifere lin- 
guistiquc en Belgique : (t. Kurtb, 
XI. 308 1 : XV. 293 f ; Germauiach- 
romanische Sprachgrenze in Bclgien 
nnd Nordfrankreich : H. Bischoff, 

XVII. 543 1 
Maps — Carte des ohemins de fer, etc., 

de la Belgique, V. 010 
Obacryations meteorologiquoa faites & 

r( )bservatoiro Royal de Belgique, 

XIV. 452 1 
Popnlalion de la Belgique, XX. 349 1 
Regime fluvial de la I^lgique aux 

temps quarternairea, IX. 573 f 
Resume hiatoriquo des tentativea 

colon iales de la Belgique: Wau- 

wermans, VI. 192t 
Re veil de la tendance des Beiges k 

sVxpatrier: A. du Bois, XVII. 

5G(; t 
Trade, Finances, etc. (Foreign Office 

Rep.), XVII. 443 1 
Vallon des Cbaudierea: E. Rahir, 

XIV. 330 1 
Zigzaga i^tymologiquea ^ travera la 

Flandre: M. (J. Houbron, XVII. 

20Ut 
Exploration, etc. — 

Antarctic, X. 331, 041; XI. 102 t ; 
XIL 319; XIII. 8,542,050; XIV. 
77, 231 1; propoaals for, V. 82; 
results, XV. 539 ; Antarctic Voyage 
of the Bdgiea: H. Ar^towski, 
XVIII. 3.53* («fe Antarelic, ex- 
ploration) 



BILL L 

Belglnm— coR<tRii«(l. 

Bangwcolo region, XII. 415 ; between 
Welle and Darfur, V. 81 ; XL 550; 
(scientific work), XII. 614; Ka- 
tanga, XV. 534, 645; Monument to 
Coquilbat, VII. 557; Occupation 
on Upper Nile, XIIL 70; Tocan- 
tins Basin, XVII. 534 ; W. China 
(Commercial Mission), XVII. 70 
Belgium and Holland, Handbook for 
Travellers : K. Baedeker, IV. 468 1 ; X. 
838 t ; XVIII. 225 1 
Belgrano lake, Patagonia, XIV. 259, 265 ; 

river and mt., XfV. 206 
Belhaven, Lord ; remarka on ** Formation 
of Sand-dunes," IX, 305 ; on " Through 
Tibet to China," XII. 278, 280; 
" Twelve Years' Work of the Ordnance 
Survey," XV. 597 
Beli tribe, W. Africa, IV. 136 
Beligatti, C. : Journey into Tibet, XX. 

654 
Bell, C. X. : Macquarie Harbour, XVI. 
586 1; Tanqweera, XV. 196t 

, 1). : On Glaciation of W. of Scotland, 

V. 87 1 
-, G. L. : Turkiah Rule Eaatof Jordan, 



XX. 668 1 
— , H., Geography of Gold Coaat Colony, 
V. 607 1 ; Railwaya and Famine, XVII. 
549 1 ; Recent railway policy in India, 
XII. 96 t 
-, H. C. P., Report ... of ArchaBO- 



logical Survey at Sigiriya, VII. 562 1 ; 
XII. 429 1 

— , Sir J., and J, Paton: Glasgow, ita 
Municipal Organization, etc., IX. 235 f 
-, J. M. : Explorationa in Great Bear 



Lake Region, XVIII. 249*; Photo- 
graphs, XIX. 119 

— , M. : Country of Dnngan Rebellion, 
VIII. 309 1; Highway of the Nations, 
XIV. 678 1 
-, R. : Baffinland ; A Survey with short 



description of the country, XVIII. 25 * , 
(Photographs), XIX. 119; discovery 
of a river in (.'anada, VI. 572 ; expedition 
to Hudson Bay, XI. 435 ; Explorations 
in Quebec, VII. 502 t ; Explorations t-o 
the S. of Hudson's Bay, X. 1 ♦, 553 f ; 
(ieographical distribution of forest trec*8 
in Canada, X. 340 f; Geological 
history of Lake Superior, XVI. 682 f : 
Ijabra<lor Pen., VI. 488 f; Rising of 
land (along Bell River), X. 230 f: 
(around Hudson Bay), VII. 564 f; XIV. 
229 1; Reports — Geology of French 
River Sheet, Ontario, XIL 634 1; on 
Sudbury Mining District, III. 253 1 ; 
re|x>rted appointment to Geological 
Survey of C*anada, XVII. 431 ; surveys 
— Labrador pen., and Ontario, X. 02<) ; 
Nottaway river-basin, IX. 277 

-, one of Canada*s Explorers: 0. 



Hallick, XVIII. 242 f 
Bell I., Franz Josef Land, VI. 506 



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BELL BITES 

Bell rWer, rising of land along : R. Bell, 

X. 230 1 

Bellagamba : SuU' influenza . . . della 
oomponente orizzontale del magnetiamo 
terrestre, XIV. 588 t 

Bellaire: Routes of Submarine Cables, 
XVII. 457 1 

8. M. : Our Peasant Population, 

XI. 571 1 

Bellamy, C. V.: Salt Lake of Laroaea, 

Cyprus, XVIL 189§, 318 f 
Bfliary District, Geology: R. B. Foote, 

X. 1*20 1 
Bellazoni canal. Tana River, IV. 99 
Belledonne, Nouvelles observations geo- 

logiques sur la cbatne de la : P. Fcrmier, 

XIX. 649 1 
Belle-Isle : Notes sur un champ d'influ- 

ence magnetique : Millet, IX. 464 f 
Belle Isle, Windermere, VL 159 
Belle Ville, Argentine, XV. 608 
Bellet, A. : La p^he de la morue sur 

le grand banc de Terre-Neuve, XIV. 

461 1 

D. : Les iles Hawai, XII. 102 1 

Belloe, E. : Du plateau de Lannemezan 

au glacier des Gourgs-Blancs, IX. 335 1 ; 

Les sources de la Garonne, XIII. 318 f ; 

Recherches et explorations, etc., dans 

les Pyre'nees centrales, VII. 109 f ; Sur 

un nouveau sondeur, VIII. 424 f 
Bellows gorge, Yangtse-kiang, XVIII. 503 
Belucbistan : see Baluchistan 
Belu-daban pass, Tian Shan, IX, 554 
Belnsha bay, Novaya Zemlya, XI. 357 
Belzoni : see Frediani 
Bemis, E. W., and J. Haynes: Local 

Government in South and South-west 

(Johns Hopkins University Studies), 

lU. 254 t 
Bemmelen, W. van: "Spasms" in ter- 
restrial magnetic force at Batavia, XVIL 

209 t 
Benabendi, Kasai river, V. 429 ; De Beua- 

Bendi k Gallikoko: E. Stache, IX. 

576 t 
Benaco ; Alcunenotizio fisiche sulle aequo 

del : A. Garbini, X. 451 1 
Benadir coast, Somaliland, XVI. 104 
Benang, Malay Pen. ; lead and tin mine, 

IV. 235 
Beuard, C. : Novorossiisk, VIII. 189 f 
Benares : J. Robie, II. 472 f 
Benbow, crater of, Ambrym, VIII. 595, 

598 
Bon Chaung or Nam Pang, Shan States, 

VII. 580 
Bende, Notes of Journey to : A. G. 

Leonard, XIII. 91 1 
Bender Abbas : see Bandar Abbas 
Benderski ; explorations in Pamirs, VIII. 

258 
Benderski pass, Pamirs : see Andemania 
Bendix, L. : Einfilhrung der Kommunal- 

verwaltung in Deutsch-Ostafrika, 

XVIII. 640 1 



BEHDr 

Benedictis, de : I progressi della livella- 
zione Barometrica, X. 459 f; Lavori 
. . . nell Institute Geog^afioo Militare 
per la Carta d'ltalia, X, 451 f 

Beneke, M. : Scheme for investigation of 
native customs, VI. 480 § 

Benest, D. : La valeur eoonomique de 
Samoa, XIV. 464 1 

J H. : Fleuves sous-marins, XVI. 

704 t ; on cable fractures, X. 262 ; Sub- 
marine gullies, etc., XIV. 394 1 ; XV. 88 1 

Benet: Notes pittoresques sur les Iles 
Loyalty, VII. 218 t 

Benett-Stanford, J. ; expedition to So- 
maliland, X. 328; Photographs of E. 
Africa, VI. 300 

Bengal — 
Land and People : F. H. Skrine, XX. 

123 1 
List of Consultations, Proceeding, etc., 

XV. 436 1, 663 f 
Revenue Settlement of W. Duars, Final 

Report : D. H. E. Sunder, VIII. 529 f 
Mahuan's Account of the Kingdom of 

Bengala : G. Phillips, VI. 581 1 
Malaria Investigations in : Stephens 

and Christophers, XIX. 753 
Premiers habitants du Bengala,'etc. : 

R. P. de Gryse, X. 648 f 
Sunderbau of Bengal: C. B. Clarke, 

VIII. 309 §, 396 1 
Work of Indian Survey in, I. 67 

, Bay of : Pilot (Sailing Directions), 

XX. 352 t 
Bengazi ; Trade, I. 548 ; (Foreign Office 

Rep.), XVI. 700 1 
Benger, G. : Roumania in 1900 . . . XVI I. 
546 t ; Rumanien, ein Laud der Zukunft, 

IX. 233 1 

Benguella — Estudios do planalto do dis- 
trict© do : A. de Andra<le; XIV. 682 f : 
Grammar of IJmbundu Language: J. 
P. Nasoimento, III. 531 f : Lingua 
Mbundu fallada no districto de: E. 

Leoomte, XL199t 
Boni Province, Baron H. Amous de 

Riviere's Exploration, I. 273 
river, Amazons, XVII. 375 ; Der Rio 

Bent von seinen Quellen bis zu seiner 

Mundung : C. Nusser-Asport, IX. 342 1 ; 

Exploracion del Rio Beni : E. R. Heath, 

X. 230 1 
Beni-barka, Tunis, XL 688 

Beni Hassen, tribe, Morocco, IX. 644 

■ Mgild, tribe, Morocco, IX. 639 

Beni-Moskin, Itineraire de Casablanca 

aux : F. Weissgerber, XIX. 400 f 
Benin — 

Alterthtimer von : F. Heger, XVIL 

677 1 
Benin art. Notes on: H. Ling Roth, 

XII. 633 1 
in Guinea und seine ratselhaftcn 

Bronzen : F. C'arlsen, XI. 197 1 

Massacre, The : A. Boisragon, X. 



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BSKnr 

Bexiin— eontinued. 
Benin Territories expedition; Corre- 

apondcnce, XV. 194 f 
Cast-Metal Work: H. 0. Forbes, XI. 

684 1 
City of: Auchterionie and J. Pinnock, 

XIL 325 + 
City of Blood : R. H. Bacon, XL 94 f 
Description of Kingdom of, from folio 

of J. Ogilby : J. Irvine, IX. 682 f 
Handelsl^ziehungen von Benin, Ueber 

die alten : F. yon Lnschan, XIX. 

400 t 
Joameys in Benin country : H. L. 

Gallwey, 1. 122 ♦ 
Karl Knorrsche Sammlnng von Benin- 

Altertumem : F. you Luscban, XIX. 

233 1 

Punitive Expedition, Diary of a surgeon 
with the : F. N. Roth, XII. 631 f 
Benincasa e del suo Portolana : G. Bruzzo, 

X. 654 1 
Beni Rowaiha tribe, Oman, XVIII. 492 
Beni Shongul, XV. 116 ; XIX. 88 
Benjamins, H. D. : De Gronzen van 

Nedcrlansch Guiana, XIII. 457 t 
Benn, R. A. E. : Photographs (Journey 

from Quetta to Europe), XVL 696 
Benndorf, P. : Durch den Kaukasus, VIII. 

648 t 
Bennet I., New Siberia Is., XII. 164 
Bennett, E. N. : Amongst the Cretan In- 
surgents, XI. 565 1 
, T. J. : Past and present con- 
nection of England with the Persian 

Gulf, XX. 353 1 

Bennett lake, Alaska, XII. 23 ; timber re- 
sources, XII. 37 

Ben Nevis ; Meteorological Observations, 
Report of Committee, XVII. 672 f 
Meteorology in clear and foggy weather : 
J. Y. Buchanan, XVL 695 f; Observa- 
tory, XX. 650 ; (E. Whymper), V. 87 f 

Bennigscn, G. von : Reiseberiobt des, 
XVII. 95 1 ; Rcise zum Zwecke der 
Uebemabme des Inselgebietes der 
Karolinen, Palau und Marianen, XVI. 
127 1; Ueber eine Reise nach den 
deutschen und englischen Salomons- 
Inseln, XVIII. 236 f ; visit to N. coast 
of New Britain, XVI. 565 

Bcnnikoro, W. Africa ; altitude, X. 394 

Benoit: Histoirc de la Geographic de la 
France, IX. 103 f ; La cote orientale 
d'Afrique, X. 649 1 

Bense, E. M. : The Civilising Race, 
XVIIL 342 t 

Benson, G. E. : Patrol on the Atbara, 

XIII. 561 1 
Bent, J. T.— 

Ancient Trade Route across Ethiopia, 
II. 140 • ; Early Voyages and Travels 
in tho Levant, III. 250 1 : Island of 
Socotra, X. 121 t; Land of Frank- 
incense and Myrrh, VII. llOf; 
Mashonaland and its People, III. 



BE&G 

161 1 : Muscat, VII. 110 f ; On the 
Dervish Frontier, VIIL 501 1: re- 
marks on " Journey in the valley of 
the Upper Euphrates, VIIL 473; 
Ruined cities of Mashonaland, II. 
474 1 ; Sacred City of the Ethiopians, 
etc., IIL 71 1: 504 §; Visit to N. 
Sudan, VIIL 335 * 
Expeditions — ^Abyssinia,!. 355, 457; IL 
21 ; S. Arabia, IL 457, 489 ; IIL 234, 
422; IV. 23, 315*, 457; V 167.379; 
VL 109 ♦ 
Obituarv, IX. 670, 674 
Bent, J. t., and Mrs. Bent : Southern 
Arabia, XV. 295 1 : XVI. 101 § 

, Mrs.: Exploration in Yafei 

and Fadhli countries, XII. 41 ♦. 429 1 
Bentley, A. F. : Conditions of a Western 
Farmer . . . , II. 565 1 

, W. H. : Pioneering on the Congo, 

XVL 367 1; XVIIL 304 § 
Benue — ^and Anglo-German Treaty of 
November 15, 1893 : E. G. Ravenstein, 
IIL 42 • ; Baron von Uechtritz and Dr. 
Passarge's expedition, IIL 425; Itin^- 
raire de la source de la Benoue, etc., 
VIL 214 1; Regions of the: L. H. 
Moseley, XIV. 630 f ; XV. 666 1 
Berahhish, Arabia ; ruins at, II. 50 
Beranger.'Don C. de : Relacion Jeografica 

de la Provincia de Chilo^, II. 280 1 
Berard, V. : La Mediterrane'e phenicienne, 
VIIL 195 1; Topologie et toponymie 
antiques, XIL 427 f 
Berbers, Alphabets of: D. G. Brinton, 
rV. 578 1; Among the Berbers of 
Algeria: A. Wilkin, XVUI. 305 §; of 
Morocco, V. 326; Nomadic, of C. 
Morocco : W. B. Harris, IX. 638 ♦ ; of 
Tunis, XL 602 
Berea Fntambu, W. Africa; altitude, etc., 

X. 394 
Berechnimg der Lehre: E. Sclilagint- 
weit, X. 657 1 

der Seeweite: F. Ramsauer, 

XIII. 685 t 

- des Schiffsortes aus zwei 



Gestimhohen : Bolte, XV. 672 f 
Berecz, A.: Population de la ville de 

Budapest, VIIL 648 1 ; IX. 232 f 
Berehaven harbour, surveys, IX. 656 
Bereimi oasis, Oman, XIX. 62 
Berendt, G. : Geognostisohe Besohreibung 

der Umgegend von Berlin, XV. 434 f 
Berenice, Egypt, I. 414 
Beresford, Lord C. : Break-Up of China, 

XIV. 334 1 ; remarks on ** Renewal of 

Antarctic Exploration," III. 33 
, C. E. de la P. : State defences 

of Russia, XIII. 452 f ; Trans-Siberian 

Railway, XIII. 679 1 
Berezovsky, M. ; expedition in C. Asia, 

V. 489; VIII.407 
Berg, A.: Die wichtigste geographiscbe 

Litteratur, XX. 251 f ; Georg Torquatns 

als altester Halberstadter Topograph, 



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BSBa 

XIX. 534 1 ; Litteraturbericht zur 
Landes- und Volkskonde Thuringens, 
XVI. 243 1 

Berg, C. : Anales del Mtueo Nacional de 
Buenos Aires, XIY. 341 f 

J L. S. : Hydrologioal ezploratioDS, 

8ea of Aral, XVIL 548 1; XVIIL 86, 
619 ; XX. 354 ; Periodicity of changes 
of leyel in Aral Sea, XIX. 503 ; Physical 
Geography of Aral Sea, XIX. 768 f 

, et P. Ignatow : Les lacs sales 

Selety-Denghiz ... da district d'Omsk, 
XVIU. 107 1 

, L. W. C. van den : De Mohamme- 

daansche Yorsten in Nederlandsoh- 
Indie, XVIIL 635 f 

, 8. J. : St. Gk)thard Mountain Rail- 
way, etc., VI. 589 1 

fiezirksamtmann : Das Bezirksamt 



Mikindani, XI. 198 f 

Bergamo Alps ; Guida-Itinerario alle Pro- 

alpi Bergamasche: M. Hoepli, XVI. 

862 1 
Bergbesteignngen in altoren Zcit: S. 

Gunther, IX. 116 1 
Berge: Drinking-water in tropics, XII. 

428 
Bergeat : Die aolischen Inseln, XV. 294 f ; 

Die'aolischen Vulkaninseln bei Slcilien, 

XL 681 1 
Bergemann, P. : Der Malayische Archipel 

im Lichte des Zeitalters der Entdeok- 

ungen, IL 278 1 
Bergen ; Officiel Purer . . . Internationale 

Fiskerindstilling, XII. 428 1 
Berger, H. : Des Entstehung dor Lchre 

von den Polarzonen, IX. 466 1: 

Geschichte der Wissenschaftlichen 

Erdkunde der Griecher, 1. 187 1 
Berghans, D. : Der jetzigo Stand der 

transsibirischen Bahn, XI. 196 f 
, H. : Chart of the World, X. 

236t 
Berghell, II. : Bidrag till Kannedomen om 

Sodra Finlands, VIII. 648 f ; IX. 574 1 

Bergholz, P. : Die Luftdruckverhaltnisso 

und die Windbewegungen im ** Femen 

Oaten," XVIIL 636 f, We Taifune vom 

Sept. 1897, XIV. 114 f; Ueber Bil- 

dungsstatten . . . der Orkane des 

« Femen Ostens," XVI. 122 f 

Bergman, T. ; Framst'allning af Torbern 

Bergmans Fyiska Geografi : J. Lind- 

quist, XVIIL 628 §, 648 1 

Bergmann, E. : Die Volksdichte der 

Hessischen Provinz Starkenburg, XVI. 

243 1 

Bering, V. — Documents relative to Ber- 
ing's Expedition, sent by Russian 
(Tovemment to Chicago Exhibition, IL 
68 ; Voyages of Bering and Chirikof on 
N. W. Coast of America : G. Davidson, 
XIX. 756, 774 f 

Bering L, IX. 323 

Is. and their Fur Seal Industry : 

A. Gerasimoff, XL 199 f 



BEBLXOinC 

Bering Sea — 
Arbitration, Fur-Seals and the: J. S. 
Brown, IV. 578 1 ; Bering Sea Dis- 
pute: H. W. Wilson, XL 106 1; 
Chasse auz ours marins de la Mer de 
Bering : B. de Zenzinoff, XV. 443 1 ; 
Fur Seals, the American Case, XL 

200 1 

Bering Sea and Alaska Sailing Direc- 
tions : J. P. Maclear, XIIL 564 f 

G. M. Dawson: Observations on, IV. 
250*; Geological Notes on . . . 
Coasts and Islands of. III. 439 1 

Ice and Ice Movements in : J. Page, 
XVL373t,XVL110§ 

Report by D' Arcy Thompson on Mission 

to,X.650t 
Strait- 
Die Witterongs- Eis- und Stromungs- 

verhaltnisse des Beringmeeres : F. 

Hegemann, VI. 99 1 
Map — Goldgebiete zu beidcn Seiten der 

Beringstrasse : H. Immannel, XIX. 

787 1 
Berlnge, H. von : Reisen im Gebeit der 
Kirunga-Vulkane, XVIL 529 §; XVIIL 

109 1 
Beringer, O. L. : Map of Shire Highlands, 

X. .S47 ; Surveys iu 0. Africa, XX. 7 
Berkshire; Gravel-flats of Surrey and, 
Origin of: H. W. Monckton, XIX. 229 1 
Berlin — 
Berlin Missionary Society's Expedition 

to Konde Country, IL 321 
Die Stadt Beriin, Festschrift der Stadt- 

gemeinde, XIV. 675 1 
Geognostisohe Beschreibung der Umge- 

gcnd von Berlin : G. Berendt, XV. 

434 1 
Geographical Congress, Seventh Inter- 
national, XIIL 75, 200, 664 ; Plan of 
Excursions, XIV. 86; Proceedings, 
XIV. 537; Resolutions, XIV. .543; 
Geographeu-Kongress, 1899, Pro- 

framm der Wissenschaftlichen Aus- 
uge, XIV. 86, 453 f ; Verhandlungen 

des Siebenten Intemationalen Geo- 

graphen-Eongresses, XVIIL 344 f 
Society, Bibliography, 

VIL 72 ; Humboldt Medal, I. 557 ; 

Seventieth Anniversary, XL 662; 

welcome to F. Nansen, IX. 568; 

Zeitschrift, XIX. 383 
Geographische Lagc von Berlin: O. 

Baachin, XV. 433 f 
Handbuch fur Beisende (Umgubungcn) : 

K. Baedeker, XIV. 675 f 
Maps — Geologische Uebersichtskarte, 

XIV. 691 1; Neuer Verkehrs-Plan 

von Gross-Berlin: G. MuUer, XIV. 

691 1 
Temperaturverhaltnisse : R. Bomstein 

und E. Less, XII. 624 f 

Voyage ^ cheval de Berlin k Wladiwo- 

stok: Foukou Shiraa, VIII. 91 f 

Berlioux, E. F. : Les premiers voyages 



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BERMUDA 18. 

des EaropeeDS dans rAsic cenirale> 
Xn. 429 1 
Bermnda Is., II. 52B 
Bermuda and Challenger Expedition : 

G. W. C'ole, XIX. 658 1 
and the Tropics, Glimpses of 

Life in : M. Newton, X. 231 f 
Bland Oleandrar och Liljor, Minnen 

frA.u en Sommar p& Bermuda : C. 

Forstrand, Vr. 392 1 
Bulletin of Bibliography Pamphlets: 

G. W. Cole, XIL 212 1 
Changes of I^evel in: R, S. Tarr, X. 

340 t, «39 § 
Description of: W. R. Kettle, IV. 578 f 
Formation of, A. Agassiz on, IV. 190 f, 

274 § 
Geology of: R. 8. Tarr on. X. 639; 

Notes on : A. E. Verrill, XVI. 125 1 
^Marine surveys, IX. 656 
Report for 1899 (Colonial Rep.), XVII. 

92 1 ; 1900. XVIIL 551 f 
Sand-hills of, IX. 305 
Stark*s Illustrated Guide, XIII. 216 1 
Bermejo river, Paraud, XVII. 894 ; Ex- 
ploration of, and its affluents, XV. 599 "* ; 
Short account of Bermejo expedition : 
A. A. G. Dobson, XVII. 558 1 
Berne — 
Geographical Congress, V. 870 ; Educa- 
tional Exhibition: U. Michou, III. 

76 1 ; Die geographischo Gesellschaft 

in : J. H. (iraf, XIL 641 1 
Temperaturverhaltnisse in der Aarc 

bei: E. Wchmid, XIIL 211 1 
Bernacchi, L. : award to, XVII I. 99; To 
the S. Polar Regions, XVIll. 527 S, 
554 1 ; Topography of S. Victoria Lanci, 
XVII. 478 * 
Bemal : Trade of Pomcrania, XVI. 243 f 
Bernandez, M. : De Buenos Aires al 

Iguazii, XVIIL 457 t 
Bernard, A.: Archipel de la Nouvelle- 
Caledonie, VII. 116 f; Chemins de fer 
en Alge'rie, XV. 193 1 ; Congr^s inter- 
national de Creographie de Berlin, 
XV. 200 1; Documents pour servir ^ 
Tetude du Nord-Ouest Africain, X. 
552 1 ; Hautes-Plaines et Steppes do la 
Berberie, XII. 98 1; La main-d'couvre 
aux colonies, XVII. 218 f ; Question du 
Transsaharieu, XIV. 387 f ; Revue 
bibliographique . . . de TAfrique sep- 
tentrionalc, XIL 826 f; XV. 82 f: 
Situation politique de 1' Alge'rie, XIIL 
559 1; Territoires du Chari et I'oeuvre 

deM. Gentil, XVIIL 109 t 

and Huot ; explorations of S. 



Shari Basin, XVII. 305 

Bcrmvrdieres, dc: Sur la construction de 

nouvelles cartes magnetiques, etc., VII. 

219 1 
Berndt, W. : Die Concurrenz-Verhtiltnisse 

am Weltkarte (map), XX. 254 1 
Bernese Oberland — Distanzenkarte des 
Bemeroberlandes : Schmid, Franchc, 



BEBTOUHI 

und Cie., VIII. 655 f ; Mountain names 
in : A. Waber, III. 486 f, 513 § 

Bemhard, L. : Ueber Eisenbahnprojckte 
in Deutscb-Ost-Afrika, X. 229 1 

Bemhardi, R.; Biography: M. Hilde- 
braudt, XL 460 1 

Bernier, J. E. : Canadian Polar Exiiedi- 
tion, XVIIL 237 1; proposed Arctic 
expedition, XVII. 80, 198; proposed 
expedition to North Pole, XL 302 

Bernina, (ihiacciai del : L. Marson, XIX. 

523 1 

Bemsmann, F. : Gv^mboland und desscn 
Stamme und Dialekte der Lingua- 
Bantu, VIII. 428 
Bernstein, Der: C. Mauch, VII. 570 f 
Berre, Etang de : C. Roux, I. 278 t ; ^«r 
Te'tang de ; Note de A. Delebecque, IX. 

231 1 
Berry, Rev. J. : Great Queensland winter 

pleasure trip, XVII. 454 f 
, J. : Proceedings of Convention 

of Weather Bureau Officials, XIV. 

465 t 

-, and W. I'hillips : Proceedings of 



second Convention of Weather Bureau 

Officials, XX. 674 f 
Berson, A. : Gcographisches aus dem 

Luftballon, VII. 448 f; high balloon 

ascent by, VL 188 ; Use of Balloons in 

Geographical Work, VII. 541 * 
and R. Assmann : Ergebnisse der 

Arbciteu am aeronautischen Observa- 

torium, XX. 674 f 

and SUring ; high balloon ascent. 



XVIIL 628 
Berta tribe, Abyssinia, XV. 116; XVIIL 

567 
Bertacchi, C. : Angela Bottoni-Palermo, 

XX. 472 1 : Birmania e il viaggio di Ij. 

Fea, X. 3:^9 1: Cieografl italiani all' 

estero, XIV. 237 f ; H M. Fiorini e la 

(leografia Matomatica, XVIIL 343 1; 

L'ltalia e il sue mare, XVI. 704 t 
Bertaux, E. : Etude d'un tvpe d'habitation 

primitive, XIV. 346 1 
Bertelli, P. T. : Sulle recenti controversie 

intomo all* origino della Bussola Nau- 

tica, XX. 568 f, 564 f, 660 f 
Berthaut, Col. : Carte dc France 1750- 

1898, Etude historiquc, XIV. 222 t 
Berthclot, A. : Sur les origincs de la 

source de la Ijoue, XIX. 227 1 
Berthoud, H. : Orthography of Zoutpans- 

berg District, II. 235 
, P. : Louren9o Marques, VII. 

563 1 
Bertillon, J. : De la deputation dc la 

Franco, XI 1 1.675 1 
Bertolini, G. L. : Delia linea c dei fiumi 
di resorgiva in relazione al torritorio 
veneto, XVL 572 f ; I-<ft direzione della 
correnti fluvuali edi riflusso in relazione 
alia corrento litoranea dell' Adriatic©, 
XX. not; I fiumi di resorgiva . . . al 
territorio veneto, X. 647 f ; II fenomeno 



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BXRTOV 

dci Golori oomplementari al Monte San 
Geneeio, XX. 5o2t; Sulla determina- 
zione della altitudini prcsso gli antichi, 
XIV. 346 t 

Berton, J. : De Lastounrille Bur rOgoouo 
k Samba sar le N'Gonnie, VI. 488 f 

Bcrtrand, Capt. A. : Au pays dee Ba-Kotsi, 
XII. 301 §, 326 1; En Afrique aveo Ic 
Miasionaire Coillard, XV. 666 1; Expe- 
dition to Barotse Country, VII. 426; 
(Expedition an Pays des Barotse), IX. 
:«1 1 ; From the Machili to Lialui, IX. 
14o * ; Notes . . . voyaj^e d*exploration 
au pays des Ba-Rotse, XI. 199 f 

, Prof. A. : Letter on rediscovery 

of BarUoche pass, XVII. 440 ; Methods 
of survey employed by Chilian Boundary 
Commission in the Andes, XVI. 329*, 
XVI. 704 1 ; remarks on " Desert Sand- 
dunes," etc., XV. 31 ; on " Patagonian 
Coftlillera and its Main Rivers," XVI. 
210 

-, J. : Action des anciens glaciers 



sur le relief actuel de la Russie, XX. 
240 1, 535 § 

-, L. : Sur la tectonique de la partic 



nord-ouest du de'partement des Alpcs- 
Maritimes, VI. 483 f ; Sur la tectonique 
des environs de Biarrits, XIX. 649 1 

-, M. : Basse Provence, XI. 447 1 ; 



Lc bassiu houiller du (iard, XV. 546 f; 
>^8Bai d'une tlieorie mecanique de la for- 
mation des montagnes, XV. 540 §, 673 1 ; 
Dc'formation tetraedrique de la Terre, 
XVI. 130 1 ; New gcomorphological 
theory of, XVI. 232 

Bertrandt, A. : Expose d^ono Communica- 
tion sur Tientsin, Peking, etc., I. 468 1 

Bcrtnch, F. J. ; Biography : W. Woiken- 
hauer, XII. 641 f 

Berununu, Madagascar, VI. 243 

Ben^'ick, T. : British Rule in Ceylon, 
VIII. 309 t 

Berwick y de Alba, Duquesa de: Auto- 
grafos de Cristobal Colon y Papeles dc 
America, I. 90 f 

Berzelius on Variations of sca-levcl, I. 
557 

Beneviczy, O. F. von; Biography: S. 
Weber, XVI. 590 f 

Bc8an9on and Hermitc : balloon experi- 
menU, VI. 478 

Boseke, C. : Der Nord-Ostscc Kauai, VI. 

292 1 
Besh-parmak, Karia, IX. 51 
Bcsser, von : Bericht .... der deutsch- 

engliaclicQ Grenze zwischeu dem Niger 

Coast Protectorate und Eamerun, XIII. 

215 t ; Bericht iiber seine Bereisuug des 

Ndiangebietes, XIII. 98 f 
Bessey, C. E. : Are Trees advancing or 

retreating upon the Nebraska Plains? 

XV. 66 §, 299 1 
Besson, L. : L'avenir agricole des hauts 

plateaux de Madagascar, XX. 558 f; 

MadagaBcar, pays Betsileb ct sud de 



BSZOLD 

rile, XX. 558 1; Voyage au pays des 
Tanala independents de la region 
d*Ikongo,III. 532t 
Best, E. : Te Whanga-Nui-A-Tara, XIX. 

531 1 
, E. F. : Utilization of vacant Public 

I^ands, IX. 578 1 

Besut river, Malay Pen., IX. 14 

Bethe, Capt.; journey to Ufumbiro mts., 
XIII. 534 

Bets^ku, Madagascar, VI. 238 

Betsimisaraka, Histoiro dc la foudation du 
Royaume : G. (vrandidier, XV. 665 f 

Bettini, G. : Itinerarii da Asmara verso 
sud, I. 470 1 

Betton, G. S. : Murchison Falls, XX. 
245 t ; Prospective railway develop- 
ments in Br. Equatorial Africa, XX. 

354 1 

Bettoni, Angela (Biography) : Cosimo Ber- 
tacchi, XX. 472 1 

Bctyduingen af Lt^ndenes gcografisko 
Forhold : O. E. Madsen, VII. 685 f 

Betz, H. : Ein Ausflug naeh den Yangtzc- 
(irotten, XVI. 486 f 

Bevan, T. H. : Did de Quiros laud in 
Queensland? XVI. 479 §, 494 f; IMs- 
covery of Aird and Puniri rivers, XI If. 
96 1; Discovery of the (rreut Pumri, 
VII. 218 1; (wold Rush to Br. New 
Guinea, Xm. 96 f 

, (i. P. : Home Geography of Eng- 
land and Wales for use of schools, II. 

88 1 

-, J. O., J. Davies, and F. Uaver- 



Aeld: ArehsBological Survey of Here- 
fordshire, X. 227 1 
Beveridge, H. : Sahibganj and Rajmahal, 

I. 469 1 
Bevervoordc, E. van : Een Bczoek aan dc 

Bataksche Hoogvlaktc, I. 182 1 
Bewick, Morning & Co. : Map of W. Aus- 
tralian Goldfields, VII. 573 f 
Bcyaza, Persia, VII. 32 
Be}-je, Asia Mi. ; altitude, IX. 275 
Be>jik, Asia Mi. ; town and ancient sites, 

IX. 265 
Beyaeu, K. ; Arctic work, II. 467 
Bey ram Bey : Kairuan, XI. 95 1 
Beyrich, E. ; biography, IX. 114 f 
Beythien, H. : Eine ueue Bestimmung des 
Polp der Landhalbkugel, XIIL 219 f, 
543 § 
Bezau Dnghi, Asia Mi., XIV. 511 
Bczerra, A. : Algumas origens de Ceara, 

XIX. 236 1 
Bezeichnung der Flussufor bci drriechen 
und R(")mem : H. Sturenburg, XI. 459 f 
Bezold, W. von : Bericht iiber die Thatig- 
kcit des Preussischen Meteorolugischen 
Instituts, X. 647 t ; XVII. 454 f ; Der 
normale Erdmagnetismus, VII. 568 f ; 
Der Warmeaustiaufich an der Erdober- 
flache und in der Atmosphaero, 1. 471 1 ; 
Deutsches Meteorologucbes jahrbuch 
fiir 1890, IV. 382 f; Ergebnisse der 



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BHAGAVATA 

Nicderflchlagsbeobachtungen 1894, X. 
451 1 : on Radiation, L 542 ; IJeber die 
Tomperaturanderangen, etc., XIII. 
460 1 ; Ueber die Zanahme der Blitz- 
gefahr, XIV. 335 1; Zur Theorie des 
Erdmagnetismas, XI. 104 f ; Zur Ther* 
modynamikder AtinoBphaere,XVI. 130 f 
Bhagavata Parana, Topographical List 

of: J. Abbott, XIV. 836 1 
Bhairab Langwe, Himalayas, XII. 565 
Bhamo, From Shanghai to: R. L. Jack, 

XIX. 249 * 
Bhotiyas of Juhar, XV. 154 
Bhutan — Bhntan and the Himalayas, etc. : 

H. H. Godwin-Austen, V. 180 1 ; The 

Unknown Indian State; G. Sandberg, 

XIL 90 t 
Bia, Capt. ; Explorations in Congo Basin, 

I. 226, 356, 449 * 
Biafo glacier, Kashmir, I. 137 
Bianco, A,; nautical map of 1448, V. 

225, 230; IX. 185; Memoria della carta 

di : C. Errera, VL 588 t 
Bianconi : Re'publique du Chili, Cartes 

Commerciales, etc., VI. 591 f 
Biarritz, Bidart et Villefranquo, Sur la 

tectonique des environs de : L. Bcrtrand, 

XIX. 649 1 
Biaru people, New Guinea, XVI. 271 
Biasutti, R. : La base cconomica dclle 

conquiste geografiche, XVIII. 556 f 
Bible, Helps to the Study of the, published 

by H. Frowde, II. 382 f 
Biblical Lands, their Topography, etc. : 

H. Rassam, XII. 209 t 
Bibliographies (sm also Catalogues and 
Indices) — 

Africa and the East : G. G. Luzac, V. 
186 t 

Americana, lies Philippines, XVI. 590 f 

Belgian — ^Academic Royalo des Sciences 
... do Belgique, Tables ge'ne'rales 

XV. 303 1 

Bibliographie bre'silienne, Commission 
Centrale de, etc., VIII. 420 f 

annuelle — Annales de 

Geographic, IX. 116 f; X. 655 f; 
XII. 641 1 ; XIV. 589 1 ; XVI. 591 f ; 

XVIII. 556 t ; XX. 565 t 
Bibliographie von W. Gilbert's 'De 

Magneto * : G. Hell maun, XX. 565 t 
Bibliography of Geography: W. S. 

Sounenscheiu, X. 555 1 
Bibliotheca Geographica: O. Baschin, 

VI. 101 1 ; VII. 73 § ; IX. 1 16 t, 227 § ; 

XL 106 1; XIIL 330 t; XIV. 236 f; 

XVI. 706 1 : XIX. 662 1 
Geographica Gormanin: P. 

E. Richter, VIII. 633 § ; X. 547 f ; 
Litteratur zur deutschen Landes- 
kunde ; A. Eirchhoff und K. Hassert, 

XIX. 766 1 

Biblioth^uo du D^p6t de la Guerre, 

VIII. 533 1 
Bulletin de la socie'te' langucdocicnnc 

de Geographic, XII. 641 1 



BIDDLE 

Bibliog^phies ^continued. 
Canadian Naturalist, Summary of 

Original Articles, IX. 346 t 
Classification bibliographique de'cimalc : 

E. Sauvage, Xll. 641 1 
Colonial Bibliography, XIX. 762 
Genealogy of Sciences as basis of Biblio- 
graphy : H. Ar^towski, X 344 1 
Geographical Bibliographies: H. R. 

Mm, VII. 72 ♦ ; in Austria, VL 389 ; 

international, XIV. 545 ; note on, IX. 

227 ; resolution by Congress on, VIII. 

292, 294 ; Russian, XU. 320 
Geographical Works published in 

U.S.A. : J. M. Boutwell, XIV. 466 1 
Geography, Periodicals relating to, XL 

689 1 

Geological Bibliography : E. de 
Margerie, X. 332 § 

Geological ^Literature added to Geo- 
logical Society's Library, IX. 469 f 

Greek Bibliography : Sakkelionos, VII. 

223 1 
Literature of Geography : F. Campbell, 

VIII. 633 1 
New York State Library, Bulletins, 

etc., XL 106 1 
Oriental — Orientalische Bibliographie : 

A. MuUer, IV. 471 1; A MtiUer und 

Ij. Scherman, X. 344 f ; L. Scherman, 

V. 400 1 
Peru — Bibliotheca Peruana, XL lOOf 
Problfeme bibliographique : M. Baudoin, 

VII. 223 1 
Register . . . der Mathematisch — 

Naturwissenschaftlichen Classe 

(Vienna Acad. Sci.), XII. 641 1 
Socie'te' do Geographic do Ijille, Listc 

des Conferenciers : E. C-antinean, 

XVI. 591 1 
Spain and Portugal : R. Foulche-Del- 

bose, IX. 441 
Stationery Office, Works i published 

on account of Her Majesty's, IX. 

469 1 
Torch and Colonial Book Circular, VII. 

223 1 

Travaux scientifiques public's par J. 

Thoulet, X. 556 1 
Wichtigste geographische Litteratur: 
A. Berg, XX. 251 f 
Bibliotechne, Statistica delle, V. 193 f 
Bickersteth, M. : Japan as we saw it, 11. 

89 t 
Bicknell, A. C. : Travel ... in N. 
. Queensland, VII. 336 1 



A. S. ; remarks on 



(( 



pre- 



Columbian Discoveiy of America," V. 

238 
Bida, W. Africa, X. 359 ; Visit to : Bishop 

Tugwell's Diary, VII. 443 f : Bida and 

Benin: C. F. Harford-Battersby, IX. 

681 t 
Biddle, A. J. D. : Land of the Wine, being 

an acconnt of the Madeira Is., XIX. 

107 1 ; Madeira Is., XV. 552 f 



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BIBDVLPH 

Biddalpb, C. : Ponr months in Persia, and 
Tiait to the Trans-Caspian, II. 90 1 

, Col. J., Jonrney to Pamirs, 

Vra. 253 

, Sir M. : Chilas, I. 342 ♦ ; remarks 



on "Explorations in Mustagh mts.," II. 
301 
Bidon: L'ach^vement dn Transsib^rien, 
XIX. 770 1; La penetration russe en 
Chine, XVIII. 229 1; Le r^plement des 
affaires mandohouriennes, XX. 242 1 

Bidot et Chevrot : Exploration dn trou des 
Gangdnes, XL 87 1 

Bielawski, J., und V. H. von Hartentbnm : 
Die topographischen Arbeiton im west- 
russischen Grenzgebiete, XVIII. 547 f 

Bielenstein, A. : Das lettische Wohnhans 
in der Mitte des 19 Jahrhunderts, XL 
681 t ; Die Grenzen des liettischen 
Volksstammes und der Lettischen 
Spmche in der Gegenwart und im 18 
Jahrhnndert, IL 277 f; Eino Fahrt 
nach Run^. IX. 458t 

Bieler, 8. : Influence du climat snr le 
d^yeloppement des races bovines du 
Valais, XVII. 86 f 

Bielski, P. A. : N. Asia and its Geological 
Formations, XX. 353 1 

Bielukha mts., Altai: M. Sapozhnikof*s 
Yisit. XIL 185; XVIIL 620 

Biotz, E. A. ; Biography, X. 343 1 

Bienaime, Capt. : Resume succinct des 
r^ultats du voyage du transport-aviso 
la Manche en Islande, k Jan Maycn et 
an Spitzberg, I. 89 1; Voyage de la 
ManAe h Tile Jan Mayen et an Spitz- 
berg, IV. 380 1 

Big Game Shooting: S. Phillipps-Wolley, 
VII. 224 1; Sette anni di caccia 
grossa e not« di viaggio in America, 
Asia, etc. : F. Scheibler, XVI. 133 f 

Big lake, Canada : tee Selwyn 

river, Labrador, V. 518 

Begadich or Bogadich, Mysia, IX. 258, 275 

Bigelow, F. H. : Earth a magnetic shell, 
VII. 219 1 ; Investigations in Magnetism 
and Meteorology, II. 374; Results of 
International Cloud work for U.S., XV. 
302 t ; Solar and terrestrial magnetism 
in their relations to meteorology, XIL 
329 1 ; Studies on Statics and Kine- 
matics in U.S., XX, 670 1: Work of 
Meteorologist for the benefit of agri- 
culture, commerce and navigation, XVI. 
384 1 

, P. : Borderland of Czar and 

Kaiser, V. 604 f; Colonial administra- 
tion in different parts of the world, 
XIX. 241 1 ; Cruising visit to some 
German battlefields, XI. 447 1 ; Paddles 
and politics down the Danube, I. 81 f ; 
White man's Africa, XL 314 1 

Biggar, H. P. : Earlv trading companies 
of Xew France, XlX. 235 1, 745 § 

Bigger, F. : Prehistoric settlements at 
Portnafeodog, VIII. 308 1 



BiHem 

Bigham, C. : Ride through W. Asia, X. 
228 t ; A year in China, XVIIL 635 1 

Bigoni, G. : La Geografia nelle scuole 
classiohe, X. 345 f 

Bigor stream, Telubin river, IV. 226 

Bigot, A.: Sur les depots pleistocenes 
. . . basse Xormandie, X. 646 f 

Bigourdan, G. : La carte de France, XV. 
188 t : Sur la mesure de la m^ridienne 
de France par Mechain k la fin du 
XVnP. si^le, XIX. 649 1; Sur la 
prediction des occultatioDs dMtoiles par 
la Lune, etc., XIIL 827 f 

Bihar, Some new and little-known hot 
springs in : L. A. Waddell, II. 562 f 

Bihe', Expedi^fto ao: A. de Paiva, VII. 

214 1 
Bijelopolje, Novi Bazar, IV. 398 
Bilaur : see Bolor 
Bilbao and district. Trade (Foreign Office 

Rep.), XIV. 577 f ; XVI. 695 1 
Bildt, A. C. : Den s.k. Capistranl Kronika 

in Chigiansha biblioteket i Rom, I. 

283 t 
Bille, Mr. ; remarks on receiving award 

for G. Amdrup, XX. 116; do. for T. 

Thoroddsen and Lieut. Ryder, X. 109 
Billet, A. : Deux ans dans le Haut- 

Tonkin, XIIL 557 1 ; T-e Haut-Tonkin, 

XL 311 1 
Billi, Fra F. di : Short account of the 

great Kingdom of Tibet, XL 311 1 
Billinghurst, G. E. : La irrigation en 

Tarapica, IV. 379 1 
Bilson, J.: MediAval architecture of 

Cyprus, XV. 434 1 
Biltmore Forest, Accounts of its treatment, 

etc.: G. Pinchot, IV. 283 1 
Bimaneesoh-Hollandsch Woordenboek : T. 

Tonker, VI. 201 1 
Bimbia-Fluss, Fahrt in den, und Reise 

von Kamerun: Komm. Baohem, VII. 

113t 

Bimbo Lamas, Tibet, III. 378 

•Bindel, K. : Die Sellagmppe, XVII. 442 f 

Bindlev, T. H. : letter on Lake Boanen- 
sis, XII. 534 

Bindloss, H. : Glimpse at the Gold Coast, 
XVII. 91 1: In the Niger Country, 
XIIL 421 §, 560 1: Nigeria and its 
Trade, XVIIL 551 1; Viwt to W. 
Sahara, XL 96 f 

Binger, Capt.: Carte du Haut-Niger au 
Golfe de Guin^e par le pays de Kong et 
le Moesi, III. 354 f; Expedition from 
Ivory Coast to S. Sudan, M. Monnier 
on, T. 163; Founder's modal awarded 
to XIIL 654, XIV. 102 ; Les Lignea 
t^iegraphiques dans TAfrique occiden- 
tale fran^aise, XV. 419, 551 1 

Bingerville, Ivory Coast, XVII. 307; 
la nonvelle capitale de la cote d' I voire ; 
M. Clozel, XVIIL 232 1 

Bingham, H. ; visit to Gilbert Is., VI. 341 

Bingley, A. H. : Improvement ... of 
Transix)rt in India, VIII. 650 f 

H 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BIHGUSL DAGH 

Bioguel Dagh, KurdiBtan, III. 83 
Bin Jabara, Wadi, Tripoli, IX. 629 
Binnenseen und der Menficl^: W. Halb- 

fasB, XX. 364 f ; Zur Physik der Binnen- 

seen : W. Ule, XIII. 568 t 
BiogradBko lake, Montenegro, lY. 396 
Biographies — 

Abich, H., VI. 687 f 

Albert, I., Fnrst yon Monaco : P. Paalit- 
Bohke IV. 90 1 

Baker, Sir S. W.: T. D. Murray and 
A. S. White, VI. 101 f 

Bates of the Amazons: G. Allen, I. 

380 1 
Beooori, O. : A. Miessler, I. 380 f 
BrackebuBch, L. : IV. 471 f 
Brensing, A. : H. Wagner, I. 283 f 
Broadfoot, Major G., I. 473 f 
Bmgaoh, H. : W.Wolkenhaner, V. 400 f 
Bnddha, Life of and early history of 

his order; trs. W. W. Ilockhill, I. 

473 1 
Burton, Sir R. : Lady Burton, II. 381 1 
Cabots — Di Giovanni e Sabastiano 

Caboto : F. Tarducci, L 472 f 
Candolle, A. de: W. Wolkhenhaner, 

II. 567 1 
Dnndels and Raffles : L. van Deventer, 

VI. 200 t, 396 1 
Dana, J. D., VI. 101 1 : (C. Farrington), 

VI. 396 1 
D^Entrecasteaux : Baron Hulot, V. 

400t 
Denisot, N., le Conte d'Alslnoys: G. 

Marcel, IV. 471 1 
Eck, J. : S. Giinther, IV. 471 1 
Fischer, T. : F. Umlauft, II. 282 f 
Franklin, Sir J.: G. B. Smith, VL 

101 t; H. D.Traill, IX. 533 § 
Frere, Sir Bartle: J. Martineau, V. 

400 t 
Gunther,S.,IV. 90t 
Hakluyt, R.: Sir C. Markham, IX. 

686 1 
Hartmann, R. : W. Wolkenhauer, II. 

282 t 
Hauer, F. R. von : F. Umlauft, III. 257 f 
Hay, Sir J. Drummond, IX. 468 1, 536 § 
Henry the Navigator, Prince: A. 

Alves, V. 187t 
Hodgson, Brian H. : Sir W. W. Hunter, 

IX. 468 1, 535 § 
Infante Imperatriz da AUemanha e 

Rainha da Hungria: L. Cordeiro, 

VI. 101 1 
IsmaU Pacha, VI. 101 f 
Joule, J. P. : O. Reynolds, L 283 f 
Keleti, K. : L. Paloczy, I. 380 f 
Khama; Story of an African Chief: 

Mrs. Knight-Bruce, IV. 471 f 
Laube, VI. 396 f 
: Leichhardt, J. W. L. : K. Wilke, V. 

400 t 
Lowenberg, J., III. 76 f 
Lyell, Oharles, and Modern (Tcology : 

T. G. Bonney, VI. 588 f 



BIOeBAPHIOAL 

BiognphiM— «ontmiie(i. 
Marsden, S., Memoir of the life and 

labours of, II. 382 f 
Menke, T., L 187 1 
Mercator, G. : P. Dinse, V. 400 1 ; W. 

IVolkenhauer, V. 186 1 
Muller, F. : F. Umlauft, II. 282 f 
Novara, D. M. : F. Boraari, V. 400 f 
Oppert, E. : A. Miessler, V. 186 1 
Oswell, W. C. : T. Hughes, V. 186 f 
Pancaldo, L. : P. Peragallo, VI. 396 f 
Paris, M. Tamiral : E. Guyou, VI. 101 1 
Penck, A. : F. Umlauft, I. 571 1 
Pouchet, G. : E. Retterer, VI. 101 1 
Ramsay, Sir A. C. : Sir A. Geikie, V. 

400 1 
Ratzel, II. 282 t 
RawUnson, Sir H., VI. 397 t 
Reclns, E., VL 397 f; (W. Wolken- 

hauer), IV. 90 f 
Reiss, W., IV. 90 f 
Rennell, Major J. : Sir 0. R. Markham, 

VL 101 1 
Ruge, S., IV. 90 1 
Ruspoli, E. : C. Keller and U. Ferrandi, 

IV. 471 1 
Sandeman, Sir R. : T. H. Thornton, VL 

397t 
Schrenck, L. von, and A. von Midden- 

dorf : W. Wolkenhauer, IV. 471 f 
Segato, G. : A. Wolynski, IV. 90 1 
Seutter, M. : C. Sandler, VI. 397 1 
Slatin Pasha, VI. 397 1 
Slevin, T. E. : G. Davidson, VI. 397 f 
Thomson, J. : Rev. «T. B. Thomson and 

others, IX. 534 §,584 1 
Topley, W. : H. B. Woodward, V. 187 f 
Twelve Indian Statesmen: G. Smith, 

XL 207 1 
Uzielli, G., IV. 471 f 
Vasco da Gama : L. Cordeiro, VI. 102 f 
Vespuoci, A., I^etters of, etc. : Sir C. R. 

Markham, IV. 472 f 
Vogel, H. K. : J. Holetscbek, HI. 257 1 
Walker, Sir Beaudiamp, VI. 102 f 
Weinek, L., VL 102 f 
Westenrieder, L. von: C. Gruber, VL 

200 1 
Wild, J. : J. J. Egli, V. 187 f 
Wolf, J. R. : A. Weilemann, IV. 90 f 
Xintus, J.: G. Aladir, VL 397 f; L. 

Paloczy, VI. 102 f 
Biographical Dictionaries, etc. — 
Chambers': D. Patrick and F. H. 

Groome, XL 460 f 
Diccionario Biografloo de Estranjeroa 

en Chile : P. P. Figueroa, XIX. 240 f 
Dictionary of National Biography ; ed. 

S. Lee, tL 186. 472; 11. 189, 567; 

IIL l(i4; IV. 1)0, 471; V. 400; VI. 

587; VIL 449; VIII. 195; IX. 114: 

X. 343; XL 105; XIII. 330; XIV. 

124; XVL 132, 494; XIX. 240 
Geographische Nekrologie furl 898 und 

1899: W. Wolkenhauer, XVL 132 f 
Trabalhos Nauticos dos Portugnezea ; 



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KOe&APHICAL 

Blogm^hleal Biotionariei — continued, 

ooDBtructores navaes : S. Yiterbo, XV. 

557 1 
Who'g Who 1900, XV. 446 f 

Bio-geography, Semon on, IX. 651 ; G. H. 
T. Townaend, VIL 333 f; Lage mid 
Fonn biogeogiaphiscber Gebiete: A. 
Jaoobi, XVIL 97 f ; Pfianzen- und Tier- 
▼erbreitung : A. Kirohhoff, XVIL 215 f : 
Me aUo Biology, Botany, Distribution, 
Plants, and Zoogeography 

BioUey, P. : Dn hus de Grenade . . . par 
le fleuTe San Joan, VIL 565 f 

Biologia Gentrali-Americana ; Arche- 
ology : A. P. Maudalay, 11. 565 1 ; VI. 
584 1; VIIL 191 1; IX. 463 1; XL 
685 1; Xin. 457; XV. 196 f; XVL 
372 1 ; XVIL 559 t ; XX. 360 f ; The 
Archaic MayainBoriptiona: J. T. Good- 
man, IX. 578 1 

Biology — 
Biological ColleotionB of BdUma ex- 
pedition, VU. 518 
Distribution and Tempera- 
ture: H. Merriam on, VI. 188 

Station on the Great Ameri- 



can Lakes, XIX. 756 
New Creatures for Old Countries, XVL 

493 1 
Bion, W. A. : Meteorology of Vizagapatam, 

XIV. 115 1 ; XV. 437 1 
Bir Abu Ballah, sand-dunes, XV. 2 
Bir Barhnt volcano, Hadramut, IV. 829 ; 

VL 132 
Birch, E. W. : Annual report of State of 

Kegri Sembilan, XL 452 f 
, W. P. : Prospect from Pisgah, XII. 

209t 
Birchenough, H. : Expansion of Germany, 

XL 447 1; Some aspects of our Imperial 

Trade, XL 575 1 
Bircher, H. : L'Australle, X. 553 f 
Biroh-ganga stream, N. India, IV. 162 
Bird, C.: Geographical teaching in day 

schools, XIX. 112 1 ; School Geography, 

XU. 547 1 
, G. W. : Wanderings in Burma, XL 

683t 

Birds, Distribution of, Zoo-Geographical 
Areas of the World, illustrating: B. 
Sharpe, 11. 372; Extensive migration, 
etc.: T. H, Montgomery, VIIL 425 f; 
Migration in British Isles: W. £. Clarke, 
IX. 235 t ; of Abyssinia, XV. 119; Wan- 
derungen der Vogel : C. Floericke, XX, 
108 §, 234 §, 250 f 

Birdwood, Sir G. : Etymology of Africa 
and Ot)hir, XVL 134 f ; Hill Forests of 
W. India, XV. 80 f ; Register of Letters, 
etc, of the Governor and Company of 
Merchants of London trading into the 
E. Indies 1600-1619, II. 278 

, H. M. : Recent epidemics of 

plague in Bombay, XIII. 00 f 

Bir-el-Ai'n, Visite ^ la vallee du: A. 
Gayet, IX. 681 1 



BI8SEAT 
Birge, E. A. : Some problems of limnology, 

XV. 444 1 
Birijand, Persia, XIX. 150 ; XX. 78, 83 
Birikani, water-holes, V. 556 
Birkelaud, E. : Expedition norvegienne 
pour Tetude des aurores boreales, XX. 
564 1 
Birkenheim, A. M. : Present economic 
state of Syria and Palestine, XII. 209 f 
Birket es Sultan, Jerusalem: C. Schick, 

XIII. 215 1 
Birkner, F. : Herkunft der Magyarischen 

Fisoherei, XVIL 83 f 
Bir Lammas, S. Arabia, XII. 61 
Birmans Earins, Ethnographic des : J. B. 

Bringaud, IX. 104 f 
Birmingham — Bringing of water to: J. 
Mansergh, XV. 57 §, 190 f; How the 
Welsh water will come to Birmingham : 
W. H. Y. Webber, XVIII. 547 1 ; Dis- 
trict. Cyclists' load map: J. Bartholo- 
mew, XX. 474 1 ; Plan : J. Bartholomew. 
VIIL 197 1 ; growth o^ X. 529 ; Teaching 
of geography in : C. I^pworth, I. 558 ; 
University, Geography at, XX. 548 
Biscay, Bay of — 
Analyse lithologique de fonds marius 
provenant du golfe de Gasooigne : J. 
Thoulet, XII. 329 1 
Cable fractures, X. 272 
Circulation oc^anique dans le golfe de 
Gasoogne : J. Tboulet, XL 803, 322 f 
C6te des Landes et bassin d'Arcachon : 

A. Hantreux, VI. 586 
Courants, vents et orages dans la bale de 
Saint- Jean-de-Luz : S. de Lagrandval, 
V. 395 1 
Currents: A. Hautreux, 11. 476 f: IIL 
255 1 ; IV. 184 1, 463 S, 468 1 ; Hau- 
treux's and Eergrohen^s observations, 
VIIL 301 ; deep currents, XL 303 
Distribution de la magnetite dans les 
fonds du golfe de Gascogne : J. Thou- 
let, XII. 217 1 
Gironde et le Golfe de Gascogne au 
XVP. si^le: A. Pawlowski, XIX. 
766 1 
Golfe de Gascogne, Temperatures de la 

mer, etc. : A. Hautreux, VI. 586 f 
Mission scientifique dans le Golfe de 

Gascogne : Eergrohen, VII. 683 f 
Observations oce'anographiques . . . dans 
le golfe de Gascogne ; J. Thoulet, IX. 
112t 
Oceanonaphical conditions, VIIL 301 
Peche du thon dans le golfe de Gas- 
cogne : A. Odin et G. Rabilier, XIV. 
453 1 
Stromversetzungen vor der Bnclit von 
Biscaya : L. Dinklage, VII. 326 f 
BiBchoff, H. : Die germanisch-romanische 
Sprachgrenze in Belgien und Nord- 
frankreich, XVIL 543 f 
Bi8W)e Is., Antarctic, XVIL 179; XVIII. 

369 
Biserat, Malay Pen., IV. 234 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOT.S. T— XX. 



BI8HARI T&IBE 

Biflhari tribe, Sudan, VIII. 837 

BlBki Singpo yillage. III. 223 

Bishop, 0. : viBit to Gilbert Is., VI. 332 

, Mrs. J. F.: Art of Travelling 

(interview with), XVI. 592 f ; journeys, 
V. 160 ; in Korea, IV. 172 ; in W. Sae- 
chuan, X. 19 *, 549 1 ; Korea and her 
neighbours, XI. 288$, 312 f ; Letter on 
Rev. L. Warner's Korean journeys, XI. 
563; Missions in China, Korea, and Japan, 
X. 455 1 ; Notes on Morocco, XIX. 107 f ; 
remarks on ** Joomeyings in the Pamirs 
and Central Asia," II. 398; on "Recent 
Journeys in Persia," X. 597 ; Views in 
the Far East, IX. 692 ; Yangtze valley 
and beyond, XV. 149 §, 191 f 

-, T. L. : Among the Tibetans, I. 



468 1 
Biskra and Oases and Desert of Zibans : 

A. E. Pease, III. 438 f 
Bismarck Archipelago (see aUo New 

Guinea, German) — 
Bismarck-Arohipel und die Salomons- 

Inseln : A. Hahl, XIV. 463 
Geologische Notizen aus dem Bismarck- 

Archipel : G. Thilenius, XVII, 95 f, 

197 ; Einige geologische Bemerkungen 

iiber den Bismarok-Archipel : Pfluger, 

XVIII. 337 t 
Kiistenkunde des Bismarok-Archipels, 

XVII. 560 1 
Languages of: S. H. Ray, VII. 218 t 
Ortsnamen in Bismarck - Arohipel : 

Schnee, XIX. 530 1 
Samoa, Bismarckarchipel und Neu- 

guinea : E. von Hesse- Wartegg, XIX. 

778 1 
Bismarck mts., New Guinea, IX. 94 ; XII. 

617 
Bismarckburg, Reisebericht des Mis- 

sionars A. Mischlich in, X. 121 f 
Bison — Aussterben des Wisents: E. 

BUohner, IX. 659 §, (586 f 
Bliss, H.: Relief of Kumasi, XVIII. 

232 1 
Bissagos Archipelago, Voyage to Kagna- 

bak I. in : M. Astrie, VIII. 652 f 
Bisschop, W. R. : Onderzoek van stukken 

in bet India Office, IX. 680 f 
Bissett, W. S. S. : Administrative report 

on railways in India, VI. 581 1 
Bissy, De I^annoy de : on large-scale 

Map of the World, I. 254 
Bisutun, Visit to : J. Albu, II. 473 f 
Bittanti, E. : La determinazione dellc 

altitudini presso eli antiche, XIII. 327 f 
Bitter Root Forest Reserve : R. U. Goode, 

XIII. 94 1 
Bittner, A. : obituary, XX. 461 
Bittncr, M. : W. Tomasohek (biography), 

XX. 251 1 
and W. Tomaschek : Die topo- 

graphischen Capitel des Indischen See- 

spiegels Mohlt, X. 339 1 ; XI. 76§ 
Bitumen and Asphalt : H. Messmor, 
XVIII. 647 1 



BLAOK 8XA 

Bitumen and petroleum depodts id 
KuitUstan, III. 89 * 

Bizerta — 
Bizerta: Archduke Ludwig Salvator, 

XII. 326 t 
Bizerte, Ijes souvenirs du pass^: B. 
Castaing, XVI. 700 1 

et son nouveau port : C. 

Manmen^, VII. 215t 
Le chemin de fer de : E. Vassel, XIII. 
681 1 

Bjelasmica peak. Meteorological Obser- 
vatory on, VII. 544 

Bjelusclija-Bai, Aufnahroe der : A. von 
Buschtejew, XII. 644 f 

Bjerkness, V. : Dynamic principle of circu- 
lating movements in the atmosphere, 
XVII. 563 1 ; Ueber ... die Mechanik 
der Atmosphare und des Weltmeeres, 
XIV. 687 1 

Bjorlikke, K. O. : Den Norske nord- 
polsekspedttion, II. 566 f; Geologiske 
billeder fra Kristiania by, XL 566 f 

Bjorling, A.: expedition to Ellesmcre 
Land, IV. 16, 532 

and E. G. Kallstonius; 

Expedition to Greenland, News of. III. 
63 ; relief expedition, III. 419, 433 

Blache, P. Vidal de la: tse Vidal de la 
BUiche, P. 

Black, C. E. D. : Census of India, III. 
216*; Decade of progress in India, 

III. 506 • ; Surveys of India, 1892-93, 

IV. 31; 1893-94, VL 27; 1894-95, 
VIII. 57 ; Railway to India, X. 227 t 

, J. 8. : Journey round Slam, VIII. 

429* 

, W. G. : Meteorology, Seaside, 

English Channel— Winter, VI. 292 1; 
Narrative rf cruises in the Mediter- 
ranean, XV., 661 1 ; Ocean rainfall by 
rain-gauge observations at sea, XIl. 
638 1 ; XIV. 465 1 ; Ocean rainfall with 
chart and tables, IX. 112t; Summer 
meteorology, VII. 338 f 

, W. T. : Fish river Bush, S. Africa, 



XIX. 655 t 
Black's Guide to Clyde River and Firth : 
M. J. B. Baddeley and E. D. Jordan, 
XI. 309 1 
Black Forest— 
Cirque-lakes of; Evidence of Glacial 

Action in : A. Sauer, III. 435 f 
Halbfass, W. ; studies of lakes, XIII. 

300 
Land und Leuto : Der Schwarzwald : L. 

Neumann, XX. 350 f 
Seen des Schwarzwaldes: W. Halbfass, 

XIII. 300 §,318 1 

lake and river, N. Canada, IV. 438 

mts. of Montenegro, III. 508 

Black Sea — 
Coasts — Das Ostufer des Pontus, etc. : G. 

Radde and E. Koenig, IV. 469 f 
Condition of basin during Pliocene 
epoch : N. Andrusoff. I. 562 t ; U- 63 § 



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BLACK 8SA 

Hack 8«a — eontinued. 
Deposits : Sir J. Murray, XVII 454 f 
Eaxine Sea of Herodotas, YIII. 621 
Exploration, III. 521 ; Dr. Radde's 

journey, II. 457 
Geologische Geschichte des schwarzen 

Meeres : F. Toula, XVII. 563 f 
Limans, Ruadan exploration of, XV. 

174 
^lonograph on: S. Pereyaslavzewa, I. 

562 t 
Physical exploration of: N. Andnisoff, 

1.49* 
Population in vicinity, X. 199 
Black Sea and Caspian Sea: Russian 

Charts, XII. 647 1 
and Sea of Marmora ; currents, 

IV. 255 
and Sea of Azoff ; Lighthouses, 

beacons, etc., XI. 446 f ; Observations 

hydrologiques faitcs dans la Mer Noire 

et la Mer d'Azof, XV. 432 t 
Blackic, J. 8. : Place-names of Scotland, 

IV. 186 1 
Blackmore, £. and P. H. Colomb : 

Manoaavring powers of steamships, VII. 

571 1 

Blacknor point, Portland, XI. 680 

Blockwall Tunnel : D. Hay and M. Fitz- 
maurice, XII. 208 f 

Blackwater Fever : W. H. Cross, XIV. 
2:^6 1 

Bladen, F. M. : Historical records of N. 
S. Wales, in. 635 1; VIL 446 f; IX. 
242 t ; XIV. 585 f 

Blaikie, W. B. : Itinerary of Prince 
Charles Edward, X. 227 f, 324 § 

— ■ , W. G. : C. Africa since death of 

Livingstone, X. 649 f 

Blake, Sir H. : Notes and impressions from 
a tour in China, XVII. 86 f 

, J. 0. : Notes of a journey in S. 

Spain and Tangier, XIL 428 f 

, J. F. : On some superficial deposits 

in Cutch, X. 119 1 ; remarks on " For- 
mation of sand-dunes,'* IX. 805 

Blanc, E. : La Colonisation russe en 
Aaie centrale. III. 531 f; IV. 376 f; 
VIII. 649 1; Lechemin de fer Trans- 
easpien, VI. 97 1 ; L'exposition geo- 
graphique de Mosoou en 1892, II. 568 f ; 
L'Hydrographie du bassin de Pancien 
Oxus, 1. 182 t ; Note sur la position de 
. . . Thig^ XI. 95 1 ; Nouveile frontiere 
anglo-ruase en Asie centrale, VIII. 415 f 

Blanc, Mont: Annales de I'Observatoire 
met^rologique du: Guyot, XI. 680 f; 
Annals of : C. E. Mathews, XIII. 2 1 f : 
Ascension d'hiver au: G. Capus, XI. 
88 t ; Ascent in 1830 : Hon. E. B. 
Wilbraham, X. 547 f ; Berg- und Glet- 
scherfahrten in der Montblanc-Kette : 
G. Euringer, IX. 457 f ; Carte du massif 
du: Guyot, XII. 821 f ; Chaine du 
Mont Blanc a travers les si^cles : W. A. 
B. Coolidge, XX. 665 f ; Chain of. Map : 



BLAKVOSII 

Blano, Xont— oonttnned. 
E. Whymper. II. 570 f ; Chemiu do fer 
du, XVn. 564 1; Chemin de fer 
du pied au sommet du Mont-Blanc : J. 
et H. Vallot, XVI. 360 1 ; Four days 
observations on: M. Janssen, X. 118 f; 
Giavitk sul Monte Bianco : P. Pizzetti, 
XIII. 451 1 ; Guide to Chamonix and 
range of: E. Whymper, XX. 2i{8t; 
Massif of, IV. 367 ; Note sur les travaux 
au Mont Blanc : J. Janssen, XV. 188 t ; 
Observatory on. J. Janssen's report, I. 
73 ; Plis paranoics qui ferment le massif 
du Mont Blanc: J. Vallot, X. 118 1; 
Reoherches geologiques . , , sur Ic 
massif du Mont Blanc : L. l)up«rc et li. 
Mrazec, XIV. 222 f ; Sur la determina- 
tion de la pesantour au sommet du: 
Hansky, XIII. 318 1 ; Sur les routes du : 
C. Durier et F. Schrader, IX. nSo f ; Sur 
lee travaux executes en 1896 k Tobser- 
vatoire du : J. Janssen, VIII. 647 1 ; Sur 
une ascension au sommet du, etc : J. 
Janssen, VI. 578 1 ; Troisicme ascension 
k Tobservatoire : J. Janssen, VII. 448 t 
Blanchard, B. : Map of Washington and 
Oregon, L 383 1; La pluviosite de la 
plaine du Nord de la France, XX. 
4(>4t; Study of natural history of 
Punta Arenas, I. 468 
Blanohet, P. ; Biogiapliy : P. Vidal de la 
Blache, XVII. 217 1; Le Djebel 
Demmer, X. 229 1; La Kalaa des 
I^ni-Hammad, XL 453 f; Mission 
archeologique dans . . . le Sud de la 
Tunisie, XV. 194 1 ; Villes mortes 
du Sahara, XII. 433 1 
Expedition to Adrar, XV. 418; XVI. 
227, 683; Dr. Dereims on, XVII. 
72, 322 1; La Mission Saharienno 
Blanchet, XVII. 555 t 
Blanckenhorn, M. : Zur Frage des Unter- 
gangs von Sodom und Gomorrha, XVII. 

210t , , 

Blanco, F. : Diccionario Geografico de la 

Republica de Bolivia, Departmento de 

Cochabamba, XX. 560 t 
Blanco Cape, French possessions at, III. 

395 

Blaney's L, Pacific O., VI. 334 

Blandford, W. F. H. : The Tsetse fly 
disease, VII. 686 t 

Blanford, W. T. : Distribution of verte- 
brate animals in India, Ceylon, and 
Burma, XVII. 549 1 ; XIX. 524 f, 633 § ; 
On a particular form of surface ... on 
Loch Lochy, XV. 530 §, 662 f ; On per- 
manence of ocean basins, 1. 231 ; remarks 
on *• Antarctic voyage of the Belgiea" 
XVIII. 390 ; on "Do glaciers excavate ?" 
I. 449; on "Formation of the Mal- 
dives," XIX. 298 ; on " Evolution of 
Indian geography," IIL 193 ; on** Geo- 
grapby of N.W. Frontier of India," 
XV II. 476 ; on " Glaciers of Kangchen- 
junga," XIX. 474; on *• Sea-beaches 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. 1.— XX. 



BLAKTTBS 

and Sandbanks," XI. 647 ;'on " Routhern 
borderlands of Afghanistan," IX. 421 ; 
on ** Sub-oceanic physical featnres off 
the coast of W. Europe," XIII. 290 ; on 
"Topography of S. Victoria Land," 

XVII. 493 ; on *♦ Waterways of English 
Lakeland," VII. 622; on "Western 
Sierra Madre of Mexico," VI. 438 

Blantyre, G. Africa, I. 100 ; district, II. 
' 413 ; progress in, VII. 382 ; route to 
Milanji, II. 414 

Blatchford, T. : Geology of Coolgardie 
Goldfields, XIV. 586 t ; Phillips River 
Mining District, XVIL 680 f 

— — and E. Allhausen : Geo- 
logical map of Coolgardie, Xrv\ 695 f 

Blazin, M. : Le Mincrvois et la commune 
d'Olonzac, IX. 231 1 

Blazqnez, A. : Descripcion de Iberia, 

XVIII. 104 1 ; El teatro de la gucrra de 
Mtmda, XVIL 318 1: Las oostas de 
Espana en la epoca romana, IV. 186 f ; 
La Milla romana, XIL 219 f; Via 
romana de Tdnger i Cartago, XX. 
559 1; Vias romanas espaSolas, XII. 
588 1 ; XIII. 452 1 

Bleicher, G. : La colline de Malzevillc, XV. 
546 1; La vall^ de TlngresBin et ses 
del)ouches dans la valle'c de la Meuse, 
XVIL 524 §, 543 f ; Le mineral do fer 
do Meurthe-et-Moselle, IV. 374 f ; Le 
plateau central do Hayc, XVII. 544 t ; 
Statistiohe Beschroibung der Stadt 
Frankfort-am-Main, VI. 483 1; Sur la 
de'nudation de renscmblo du plateau 
lorrain, etc., XVI. 243 f: Sur la de'- 
nudation du plateau central de Haye ou 
For6t de Haye, XV. 433 1 

Bloloch, W. : The New S. Africa, its value 
and development, XVIII. 330 f 

Bleng river, England, VII. 619 

Blcssich, A. : M. Camporio (biography), 
XV. 446 1 ; I lavori geografici di C. F. 
Cassini, IX. 114 1 

Blim, E. : Congo fran9ai8, I. 84 1 ; Detor- 
mi nation de la position geographiquc da 
phare du cap Lopez, XII. 434 1 

et RoUet de TIbIc : Manuel de 

rExplorateur. XIII. 328 t 

Blind, K. : Fictitious French claim to 
Madagascar, V. 89 1 

Blink, H. : Nederland en zyne Bewoners, 
IV. 185 1 

Bliss, F. J. : First report on excavations 
at Tell Zakariya, XIV. 1 16 t ; German 
excavations at Ba'albek, XX. 245 1: 
Narrative of expedition to Moab and 

Gilead, VIL 112t 

Block, M. : L'Europe politique et sociale, 
L 180 1 

Block I., Notes on: A. Hollick, XII. 
543 t 

Blodgett, J. H. : ** Free Burghs " in U.S., 
VII. 564 1 : School toxt-lnoks in geo- 
graphy, XIII. 688 f 

Blodig, C, and L. Purtscheller : Aus 



BLIFKDSLL 

den Bergen der Mauritienne nnd dcr 
TarentaUe, VII. 106 t : IX. 457 f 

Blomberg, H. : Beim Kabeljaufang auf 
den Lofoten, IX. 678 1 

Blondel, G. : L'essor industriel et com- 
mercial du Peuple Allemand, XL 
565 1 ; Le port de Hambourg, XI. 
680 1 

Blondiaux, Lieut. ; explorations on Ivory 
Coast, XIV. 210 ; Carte de la mission 
Blondiaux, XV. 202 f; Le boucle du 
Niger, XIV. 118 1 

Blount, R. E. : Exercises on U.S. Topo- 
graphical Maps, XVIII. 242 f 

Bloxam, G. W. : Index to publications of 
Anthropological Institute, II. 381 1 

Bluchcr mts.. New Guinea, XVI. 269 

Bludau, A. : Die Areale der europaischcn 
Stromgebiete, XVII. 445 f; Areas of 
African and Asiatic river-basins, XL 
61 ; N. American and Australian do., 
XIL 182; S. American do., IX. 666; 
Erdumrisskartc in flachentrcuer Plani- 
sphare, XVI. 137 f ; Flachentrcue 
Gradnetz-Projektionen fUr die Karten 
von Siid- und Nord-Amcrika and 
Australien, I. 91 1 ; Neuer zeitgemasscr 
Bearbeitung von Sohr-Berghaus* Hand- 
Atlas iiber alie Teile der Erdo, XX. 
475 1 ; Gro- und Hydrographie dcr 
preussischen und pommerschen Seen- 
platte, IIL 529 1: Ueber die Projek- 
tionen der Erdkarten, IX. Ill f ; Uebc^r 
die Wahl der Projektioner fiir die 
Landorkarten dcr Hand- und Schulat- 
lanten, VII. 117 1; Was gehiirt aus der 
Projektionslehro auf die Schule ? XIX. 
662 1; Zur Abbildung der Halbkugeln, 
VIL 219 1 

Blue mts., N. S. Wales, Structure, etc. : 
T. W. David, XL 102 t 

Nile or Abai, XV. 114; XVIIL 58, 

583; XIX. 87; Photographs of natives 
and scenery of Blue Nile, etc. : C. W. 
G Wynne, XVIII. 248 

river, Tibet, XIX. 592 ; Me Murus 

Bluefields town and harbour, Nicaragua, 
XL 658 

Bliimcke and Hess ; borings in Hintcreis- 
femer, XX. 534 

Blumo, F. : Ajuste de los instrumentos 
de nivelar, XIX. 532 f 

Blumcntritt, F. : Der Batan-Archipel und 
die Babuyanen-Inseln, XIII. 454 1 ; Die 
Filipinos als Hcrren im eig^nen Hause, 

XIV. 226 1; Die Igorroten von Pan- 
gasinan, XVI. 578 f ; Neue Nachrichten 
iiber die Subanon, IX. 576 f I Die 
Negritos am Oberlaufe des Rio Grande 
de Cagayan, II. 188 1 ; Neuere Werke 
iiber die Philippinen, VI. 295 f 

Blumat mt., Johore, IIL 291 
Blundell, H. W. : Journey in Cyrenaica, 
V. 168; Through Abyssinia to the Nile, 

XV. 97 •: XVI. 124t; (Appendix, 
Notes on Geology, etc.), XV. 264 * 



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103 



BLVKT 

Blunt, G. : General intelligence papers, 
XVL 375 1 

, W, S. ; on f aljes of the Nef ud, IX. 

295 

Bliuet, R. : Explorations in Timbuktu 
region, VII. 97; La region de Tom- 
bouctou, VII. 214 1 

BlTdeverwicht, S.W. Africa, II. .35 

Blyth creek, W. Australia, XL 283 

Boala Karafaia, W. Africa ; altitude, etc., 
X. 394 

Boamensis lake ; letter from T. H. Bind- 
ley on, XII. 534 

Board of Trade Journal of tariff and 
trade notices. III. 352 f 

Boas, F. : Chinook texts, VI. 489 f : Daniel 
G. Brinton, XIV. 689 1 ; Indians of Br. 
Columbia, IX. 107 t ; Jesup N. Pacific 
Expedition, XIX. 408 f, 409 1 ; Journeys 
in balRnland, XVIII. 28 ; Social organi- 
sation ... of the Kwakiutl Indians, 
XII. 634 1 ; Sprachenkarte von Britisch- 
Columbien, VII. 342 1 ; Zur Ethnologic 
von Britisch-Columbieo, VI. 392 f 

Bober, H. : Dislokations-Karton dcr 
gesammten Russischcn Armee, VI. 
202 

Bobo» Capt. : Les habitants du I^aos, XIII. 

453 1 

Bobrinsky, Count A. : Ornament of Tajiks 
of Darwaz, XVIII. 454 f 

Boccardo, J. ; observations on variations 
of latitude at Tcramo, XV. 541 

B(ichk, Rich. ; biography, XV. 303 1 

Bodding, P. O. : Santalfolket i fortid og 
nutid, XX. 243 f 

Boddy, A. A. : Days in Galilee and 
scenes in Judna, XVI. 698 f ; From the 
Egyptian Ramleh, XVI. 124 1; With 
Russian pilgrims, etc., I. 374 f 

Bodenbender, G. : Devono y Gondwana 
en la Repnblica Argentina, XL 99 t ; 
El suelo y las vertientes de la Cindad 
de Mendoza, XII. 101 f; La Cuenca 
del valle del Rio 1° en Cordoba, IV. 
378 t ; La llanura al este de la Sierra 
de Cordoba, VI. 97 1 ; Pampa-Ebene im 
Osten der Sierra von Cordoba in 
Argentinien, III. 74 f ; (on Pampas of 
S. America), III. 318 

Bodleian tapestry maps, IX. 212 

Bodsohn, P. L. : Reise in unabhangigen 
Sikkim, XIX. 396 f 

Body, J. B. : Drainage of valley of 
Mexico, XVIIL 333 1 

Boegan, E. : Les grottes do Comiale, etc., 

XL87t 
Boegner et Germond : Rapport sur la 

d^^gation )t Madagascar, XVI. 581 f 
Boehm, A. von : see Bohm 
, G. ; Reiseskizzen aus Transkas- 

pien, XIV. 336 1 
Boeotia, G. B. Grundy's Surveys in, I. 

262 
Boer Republics : ces Transvaal, and Africa, 

South 



BOHSICU 

Boettioher, E. : Cuba und die Spanisohe 
Kolonisation, VIII. 193 f, 421 f 

BcBufve', E. : Le port de Bremerhaven, 
XIX. 393 1 

Bogdanov, P. : Lake Chater-Kul, XVIIL 

108 t 

Bogdanovitch, K. : explorations in E. 
Siberia, X. 635; XL 175; XIIL 658; 
XVL 222; (letters from), XII. 207 1; 
Description geologique de Textremite' 
snd de la presqu'tle de Liao-toung, 
XVII. 208 1; Einigo Bemerkungeu 
uber das System des Kwenlun, VI 1. 
331 1 ; Surveys of, and the Povtsof Ex- 
pedition : E. D. Morgan, II. 55 * 

Bogdo-ola lake and peak, C. Asia, VII. 
657 

Bogeuhanscn, Telegraphischo I^ingen- 
bestimmungen zu : C. von Orff, VIII. 
527 1 

Boggiuni, G. T. : I Caduvei, VIIL 198 f ; I 
Ciamaoooo, I\'. 579 f ; I>a questione dei 
oonfini tra le republicbc del Paraguay o 
della Bolivia, XL 203 f 

Bogiior, Sussex, XV. 371 ; Bognor Climat- 
ological Society, Annual report : H. C. 
li. Morris and A. G. Thompson, XX. 

553 1 
Bogolyubsky, 1. S. : Notice on lake Baunt 

and its springs, XL 196 1 
Bogos or Botshok group, Caucasus, L 63 
Bogoslovsky, N. A. : Instruction for ex- 
ploration and description of rivers, XL 
458 1 ; Quclqucs observations sur les 
sols d(3 la Crimee, XII. 322 f ; Selenga 
river in Trans-Baikalia, XL 196 f 
Bogota, Andes of : A. Hettner, 1. 94 f 
Bogoyavlensky, N. : Upper Amu Darya, 

XIX. 106 1 
Bogs— 
Bog-flow in Kerry, Report : R. L. 
Praeger and W. J. Sollas, XL 309 f ; 
XII. 204 1 
Bog-slide of Knocknageeha : G. A. Cole, 

fX. 337 1 
Ueber MoorausbiUche : J. Friih, XL 

206 1 
Bogue, V. G. : Stampede Pass, Cascade 
Range, Washington, VL 583 f; VII. 
444 1" 
Bohemia — 
Abfluss- und Kiederschlagsverbaltnisse 

von Bohmen: V. Ruvarac und A. 

Peuck, IX. 335 f 
Allemands en BohSme, etc. : B. Auer- 

bach, XII. 425 f 
Bohemian Question, The: Count Lilt- 

zow, Xin. 86 1 
Deutsch-tsohechische Sprachgrenze in 

Nordbohmen: P. Langhans, XIV. 

674 1 
Deutsche Sprachgebiet in Siid-und Ost- 

bohmen : J. Zemmrich, XIX. 391 f 
Evaporation and drainage in, V. 

Ruvarac and A. Penck on, IX. 

563 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BOHEMIA 

Bohemia— oofi<»nit6cI. 
Geologiache Eaite des bijhmischen 
Mittelgebirgea : V. Uhlig, XVII. 

443 1 
• German and Czech in N.W. Bohemia : 
J. Zemmrich on, XYI. 553 
Graolitze Erdbeben : F. Becke, XV. 

293 t 
Karlsbaden Thermen wahrend des vogt- 

landisch-westbohmischen ErdbebenB : 

J. Knelt, XV. 293 f 
Mittebgebirge Deutsohbobmens : £. 

Wagner, XX. 238 1 
Pictures from : J. Baker, IV. 575 f 
Hprachgrenze in Westbobmen : J. 

Zemmrich, XV. 432 f, 545 f ; XVI. 

553 § ; XVII. 83 f 
Hugar industry (Foreign OfiSce Rep.), 

XVIII. 320 1 
Tcheques et la Bofa^mo oontcmpominc : 

J. Bourlier, X. 338 f 
TJnterirdische Detonation yon Melnik 

in B()hmen: J. F. Woldrioh, XV. 

293 t 
Bohio dam, Panama canal, XIX. 329 
Bohler: Denkschrift zar Karte yon Ost- 
Usambara, XVIII. 109 f ; Ost-Usam- 
bara, XVII. 329 f 
Bohlin, K. : Ueber einc sondcrbare . . . 
boobaohtete Nordliobtcrscheinang, 

XIV. 344 1 
Bohm,. A. yon : Die alten Glctscber der 
Mur and MUrz, XVI. 483; Biographic 
Frcidrioh Simony's, XIV. 347 1; Ein- 
theilang der Alpi-n, II. 184 1 ; HI. 54 § ; 
Erinnerang an Franz yon Hauer, XIV. 
235 1 ; Gcschichte der Moranenkundc, 
XIX. 532 1 ; Vollendong dee Dachstein- 
werkes, VIII. 305 1 
Bohmerwald — Seen des Bobmerwaldes : 
. P. Wagner, XIII. 530 §; XV. 78 f 
Bohn, F. : Le d^fyeloppement e'conomiquc 
de nos Colonies de P Afriq uo oocidentulc. 
XVI. 368 1 

, R. : Die Siedelungen in der Leip- 

ziger Tieflandsbacht uach Lage and 
Gestalt, XX. 239 1 
Bohotle, Somaliland, wells at, XI. 29 
Bohtan riyer, Kurdistan, XVIII. 122 
Boileau, F. F. R. : Nyasa-Tanganyika 

]^lateau, XIII. 577 ♦ 
Boiilet, L. : Auz Mines d'Or du Klondyke, 

XIV. 339 1 
Boinet Bey : Recensement general dc 

TEgypte, XI. 569 f 
Bois, Glacier des, Alps, I. 488 
Bois de Boulogne: Barras and de Jou- 

^ui^res, XVII. 443 1 
Boisragon, A.: Benin massacre, X. 
. 650 t 

Boissier, A : En Cappadoce, XI. 194 f 
Bojador cape, W. Africa, III. 396 
Bojana river, Montenegro, IV. 391 
Bokaha ; Qnelques notes sur le pays, ses 
habitants et ses ressources : E. Thomas, 
VII. 564 t 



BoinrDL 

Bokhara {see aiUo Asia,C. amiTurkestan) — 
Barren der Danduschka : W. R. Bick- 

mer8,XIV. 582t 
liokhara : W. R. Rickmers, XVI. 366 f 
Bilder aus : H. Vambery, VIII. 529 
Exploration of : Kouznetsoff, X. 210 
Journey through the Khanate of 
Bokhara: Mrs. R. Rickmers, XVI. 
248 1 
Reise nach Ost-Bokhara : W. R. Rick- 
mers, X. 120 1 
Russians in Bokhara and Khiya, X. 198 
Travels in : W. R. Rickmers, XI V. 696* 
Une yisitc k la prison de Bokhara : E. 

Laurent, VII. 329 1 
Zur Kcnntnis der Beviilkerung Bu- 
charas : O. Hey felder, V. 280 f 
Bolam Su, Asia Mi. ; Roman bridge over, 

VIII. 322, 330 
Boland, H. : Les lies de la Manche, II. 

472 t 
Bolassa valley, Abyssinia, XVIII. 54 
Boldt, B. : Djupkarta ufver Lojo sjo, ustra 
hiilften, VIII. 412 f ; Ortbeskrifningen 
i Finland pa 16- och 1700-talen, XVI. 

245 1 

Bolet-Paraza, Don N. : Republic of Vene- 
zuela, I. 184t 

Bolgary, Aux Ruines de : H. Krafft, IX. 

574 1 
Bolivar, S. : li. Vincent et J. Humbert, 

XIII. 99 1 
Bolivar, Colombia : Carta oorograflca del 
Departamento de : F. Simons, VII. 228 f 
Boliyift («ee a/so Peru) — 

Anexos a la Mcmoria del Ministro de 
rolaciones exteriores y culto pre- 
sentada al Congre^io ordinario de 

1900, XVIII. 553 1 
Asuntos Internaciouales, I. El Sudeste 

de Bolivia : F. Iraizos, XVIII. 335 f 
Boletin del Observatoiio Meteorolo- 

gico, XVIII. 457 1 
Bolivia by the Rio do la Plata route 

(Bolland) : G. E. Church, XIX. 64 § 
Bolivian Altiplanicie : D. R. Urqn- 

hart, IV. 284 f 
Andes: Sir M. Conwav, 

XVIII. 335 1, 612 §; Exploration 

in : Id., XII. 193 ; XIV. 14 *, 341 1 ; 

XVIII. 612 § 

- basin, drainage area, XII. 



387 

Bolivianische Territorium Acre und 
seine Revolution, XIX. 235 1 

Bureau of American Republics, Bul- 
letins, VII. 680 1 

Camaras Legislativas de 1902, XX. 

671 1 
Caracteres seismicos de los Andes y 

del territoria boliviano : B. Saave- 

dra, XIII. 566 1 
Censo nacional de la poblacion de la 

Repiiblica, XIX. 659 f 
Colonias, La provincia de Caupolioan 

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BOLIVIA 

Bolim — continued. 

creacion del Territorio Nacional de : 

8. L. Ballesterofl, XIX. 236 f 
CoQstruccion de nn ferrocarril de la 
Laguna Gaiba It Santa Cruz de la 
Sierra, XVU. 213 1 
Deaoriptiye notes on S. Plateau, etc. : 

C. M. S. Pasley, III. 105 • 
Diccionario Geografioo de la Depart- 

men to de Cochabamba : F. Blanco, 

XIX. 775 1 
Distrito minero de plata de Potoei : 

A. F. Wendt, XIX. 658 f 
DiTifflon politioo-administratiTu de la 

Repiiblica de BoUvia, XX. 469 1 
Kinige Wochen auf der boliyianisoben 

Puna : C. NuBser-Aaport, XIV. 684 f 
Kl cobre en Bolivia : Sl. Y. Ballivian 

y B. Saavedra. XII. 635 f 
£1 oro en Bolivia : M. V. Ballivian v 

J. Zaico, XII. 635 f 
Est&no en Bolivia seguido de un 

apcndicc y dc apuntes aobre el 

vismuto: 31. V. Ballivian Y. B. 

Saavedra, XYI. 584 f 
Flora and fauna, III. Ill 
General arbitration treaty celebrated 

between Peru and, XX. 469 f 
Geografla Commercial de la America 

del Sur: C. B. Cisneros y R. E. 

Garcia, XII. 635 1 
Gculogia do Bolivia y del sud del 

Peru : D. Forbes, XYII. 679 1 
Goma elastioa, Estadistioa de la : M. Y. 

Ballivian, X Y. 554 1 
, Yiage 4 la region do : 

J. M. Pando, YI. 97 1 
Indostrifi en : P. Kramer, XV. 554 f 
de la goma eldsticti ... el 

Departamento del Beni : M. Y. 

BalUvian, IX. 108 f 
Informe que presenta al Senor Minis- 

tro de Colonizacidn : P. Baldivieeo, 

X.341t 
KautBchuk und Gold: C. Nusser- 

Asport, XI. 202 1 
Kolonisationsprojekt der boUviani- 

Bchen Regicrung: C. Nuaaer-Asport, 

IX. 241 1 
Memoria que presenta el Secretario 

General de Estado a la Couvencion 

Nacional, XYI. 126t 
Monografia de la Provincia des Munc- 

caa: R. Paredea, XIII. 566 f 
Notea on : P. Suarez, XX. 469 f 
Noticia Politica Geografica Industrial 

y Eatadistica de Bolivia: M. Y. 

Ballivian, XX. 127 f 
PhotograpluB, during journey to La 

Paz : L. A. Wallace, XY. 96 
Position, products,, and prospects, 

XYUI. 644 1 
RaUway project in a Bolivia, XYI. 565 
Recent diacoveriea in baain of Madre 

de Dioa: Sir C. R. Markham, YII. 

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BOLIVIA 

BoliTia — contintted. 

Relacion de la Provincia do la Yirgen 
der Pilar de Mojos : Padre Marbdn, 

XIII. 566 1 
Relaciones geograficis de Bolivia : 

Ballivian, XI. 571 1 
Revista de la Oficina Nacional de 

Immigracion, etc., XI. 571 f 
Rotid to Bolivia : W. E. Curtis, XVI. 

490 t 

Rubber industry: M. Y. Ballivian, 
IX. 108 1, 448 

Some undeveloped resources of: Sir 
M. Conway, XY. 442 f 

Territories of: A. Quijarro, I. 281 f 

Un nuevo Departamento : P. Knimer, 
XI. 318 1 

Villa Bella a Trinidad: L. Balzan, 
III. 534 1 
Boundaries — 

Arbeiten zur Featstellung der nord- 
weatlicbon Grcnzen von: C Nus- 
ser-Asport, XI. 318 f 

Fronteras de : A. Guzman, XX. 4()9 f 

Argentina and Chile, VIII. 640; 
XIY. 322 ; Bolivia y Chile— Ante- 
ccdentes historicos: J. C. Valdes, 
XYIII. 235 1 ; Grenzvertrage Chiles 
mit Bolivia und Argentinion: H. 
Polakowsky, IX. 108 1; limits of 
Bolivia and Argentine Republic : S. 
Oropeza, I. 471 1 

Brazil, XIX. 220; Comision demar- 
cadora de Limites con el Bnizil: 
A. Ballivian, XX. 127 1, 671 1; 
Cuestion de liimites &m el Brasil : 
J. li. Munoz, XIX. 659 1 ; Cuestion 
intemacional del Acre : J. T. Cama- 
cho, XYIII. 335 1 ; Demarcacion de 
Limites con los Estados Unidos del 
Brazil : M. Y. Ballivian, XII. 101 f ; 
liimites con el Brasil y la " cuestion 
del Acre:" B. Saavedra, XYIIL 
3:15 1 ; ' Limites do Brazil com a 
Bolivia: A. Frcitas, XX. 560 1 

Paraguay, XYII. 533 ; Bolivia-Para- 
guay Frontier : H. Polakowsky, YII. 
205 §; Limites entre Bolivia y el 
Paraguay : A. Quijarro, XIX. 529 1 

Peru — Cuestion de Limites entre 
Bolivia y el Peru, X- 553 f ; XI. 
318 1 ; Limites de Bolivia con el 
Perii : F. N. Armentia, X. 651 f 
Cartography, etc. — 

Apuntaciones para el mapa publicado 
por Sir M. Conway en el Boletin 
de la Real Sociedad Geogrdfica de 
Londres, XYII. 558 1 

Cordillera Real, Notes on Map of : Sir 
M. Conway, XY. 528 ; XYL 126 f 

Mapa de Bolivia : C. B. Cisneros and 
R. E. Garcia, XII. 645 1 

elemental de Bolivia : E. Idia- 

quez, v. 95 t 

postal de: Y. E. Sanjines, X. 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLfcj. I.— XX. 



BOLIVIA 

BoliTift — eontinued, 

N. Bolivia and Freeident Pando's 
map : G. E. Church, XVIII. 144 ♦ 
Survey, XVII. 664 
Exploration — 

Cerceau (east), XVI. 564; Mercier 

(north). III. 517 
Diario del viage . . . Departamento del 

Beni : M. V. Ballivian, IX.108 f 
Ezpedicidn al Inamhari : J. M. Pando, 
All. 544 1 ; Viaje £ la region do la 
goma : Id., VI. 97 f 
Exploraciones efectuadas en cl Norte 

do la Repnblica, X. 558 f 
Explorations in Bolivia and Peru: 
Mu&os and others, X. 443 
Bolkalakh, N. Siberia, III. 412 
BoUand, £. : Exploraciones praeticadas en 
el alto Paraguay, etc., XIX. llOf; 
Surveys in Bolivia, XIX. 64 ♦ 
Boiler, W.: Das Sudlicht, IX. 244 1: 
observations on soil-temperature, VIII. 
801 ; Untersuchungen iiber die Boden- 
temi)eraturen, VII. 827 f 
Bolor, Bilaur, or Po-lo-lo, C. Asia, VIII. 

247 
Bolter i)a88, Spitzbergen, IX. 858 
Bolton, H. C. : Catalogue of scientific 
and technical periodicals, XII. 641 f; 
Physical geography of N.E. I^ncashirc, 
X. 227 t 
, J. : The Facts about the Vene- 
zuela boundary, VII. 884 f 
Bolvanskaya bay, Russia, XIX. 369 
Boma district, E. C. Africa, XIX. 673 
Bombare country, Sierra liCone, IV. 129 
Bombay — 

Brief sketch of meteorology, XIII. 558 1 
From Bombay through Babylonia: J. 

(4. Paterson, IX. 574 1 
Letters . . . preserved in Bombay 
secretariat. Index to : G. W. Forrest, 
XVII. 87 1 
Magnetical and meteorological observa- 
tions, VII. 677 1; IX. 888 1: XV. 
80 1 ; XVIII. 455 1 
Notes on Indian History and Geography : 

J. F. Fleet, XVIII. 686 1 
Origin of: J. G. daCunha, XVII. 446 f 
Plague in. Recent epidemics: H. M. 

Birdwood, XIII. 90 f 
Tansa Works for Water-Supply : W. J. 
B. Clerke, IV. 376 1 
Bombo, E. C. Africa ; height and position, 

IV. 486 
Bomsdor£f, O. von: Spezial-Earte vom 

Harz. XII. 108 1 
Bonanza creek, gold in, XII. 31 
Bonaparte, Prince R. : Mesures . . . des 
glaciers de la re'gion francaise, VIII. 
188 1 
Bonar, H. A. : From Japan to Europe by 

the Trans-Siberian route, XIX. 770 1 
Bonaventure, Pere : Dans les for^ts 
Khondes de Ganjam, VIII. 529 f; 
L^Islande, XVI. 571 f 



BONirST 

Bonavista, probable landfall of J. Cabot, 

IX. 608, 614, 615 
Bonbonkoro, W. Africa, X. 394 
Bonchamps, Marquis de: expedition 

between Abyssinia and Nile, XII. 316 ; 

Exp(^dition du Katanga, III. 161 f; 

Mission de Bonchamps: C. Michel, 

XVIII. 299 §; Surveys of: XV. 177; 
Resultats geographiques : C. Michel, 
XVI. 476§, 580t 

Bonde Country, E. Africa : H. W. Wood- 
ward, VIII. 602 ♦ 
Bondu — Le Bondou, Etude de geographic, 

etc. : A. Ban9on, IV. 577 f ; V. 182 f 
Bonduku, C. Africa, I. 164 
Bonelli, D. E. : Exploraciones en Fernando 

Poo, VIII. 532 1 
Bongte' pass, Siam, VI. 407 
Boni, G. : Lagoous of Venice, XII. 427 t 
Bouin, C. : Journeys — across Asia, XV. 
417; XVI. 99; XVII. 526; China 
and Tibet, VIII. 515 ; IX. 220 ; X. 94 ; 
XII. 229 ; XIII. 582 ; XIV. 206 
A travers le Yun-Nan, lo Thibet et la 
Mougolie, IX. 574 f ; De Pelcin k la 
Mer Noire )b travers TAsie, XIX. 
895 1; De Tourane au Melton g, 
VIII. 416 1 : Empire Chinois, Mission 
Benin, XIII. 677 f; La navigabilite 
du fleuve Bleu, XVII. 673 f; Les 
grandes voies commerciales de I'Asie 
oentrale, X2. 567 f ; Les mines d*or 
du Kansu occidental, XVII. 678 1 ; 
I/exploration au Tibet oriental, IX. 
286 t ; Note sur les anciennes chre- 
tientes del'Asie centrale, XVI. 575 f ; 
Note sur les resultats geographiques 
de la mission au Tibet, XIII. 677 f ; 
Voyage de Bonin k travers le Tibet, 
VIII. 580 1 

et F. Grenard : Les derniers voyages 

dans le Tibet oriental, XIV. 457 1 
Bonin Is. — Bonin and Riukiu Is. : S. Yoshi- 
wara on structural features of, XX. 
228; Geological age of Ogasawara 
group, XX. 466 f 
Bonita point. Empire Rocks of: J. L. 

Ransome, IV. 878 f 
Bonnard : A propos du Transsaharien, 

XIX. 400 1 

Bonnel de M^zi^res : tee Mezi^res 
Bouncy, T. G. ; biography, XVIII. 648 f ; 
Charles Lye 11 and modern geology, 
VI. 588 1 ; Do glaciers excavate ? I. 
481 ♦ ; Col. Feilden's contributions to 
glacial geology, XVI. 495 t ; Ice-work 
present and past, VII. 567 1; The 
Kirchet and its critics, XI. 45St; 
Limits between geology and physical 
geography, II. 582 ; Relation of certain 
breccias to the physical geography of 
their age, XX. 180t; remarks on 
" Exploration of some glaciers of Spits- 
bergen," XII. 156; on " Contributions 
Uy physical geography of Br. E. ^frica," 
IV. 516; on "Explorations in the 



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BonsT 

BoUvian Andes," XTV. 31 ; « Explora- 
lion on and around Aooncagaa, XII. 
490 ; on " Formation of sand-dunes," IX. 
302; on" Surrey ofthe English Lakes," 
IV. 240 ; The Story of our Planet, IV. 
89 1; Volcanoes, their structure and 
significance, XIII. 687 f ; Year-book of 
Science, I. 381 1 

Bouncy and E. Hill : Additional notes on 
the drifts of the Baltic coast of Germany, 
XVII. 544 t 

Bouneyie, Capt. ; obituary, XIX. .516 

Bonneville lake; Predecessor of Great 
Salt Lake : J. E. Talmage, XX. 670 1 

Bonnier, G. : La Geographic botanique 
exp€rimentale, XX. 234 §, 472 1 ; I^econ 
d*ouYerture du cours de geograpiiie 
botanique li la Sorbonne, III. 536 1; 
IV. 367 §; Les plantes de la region 
alpine, etc., VII. 118 t ; Remarqucs sur 
les variations des limites de la region 
me'diterrane'enne, XVI. 245 f 

Bonola Bey, F. : Don P. Rosignoli 
(biography), XII. 105 f ; Explorations 
italiennes dans le pays des Somalis, IX. 
105 1; In Memoria di Carlo Piaggia, 

VII. 222 1; Le Muse'e de Geographic 
et d'Ethnographie de Caire, XIV. 230 f ; 
XV. 550 1; Question des uoms geo- 
graphiques en Egypte, I. 473 1 ; H. 
169 §, 283 1 

Bonsdorff, A. : Die saeculare Hebung dcr 
Kuste bei Reval, etc., IX. 678 1; Om 
landhojningen vid Rustcrna af Oster- 
sion och Kattegat, XIX. 650 f ; on 
Jadcrin's apparatus for measurement of 
a basc^-line, 1. 556 

Bonvalet, E. : Notes sur la Gambic 
anglaise, XIII. 560 1 

Bonvalot, J. : Le deuxi^me centenaire de 
Dupleix, IX. 468 f 

and Capus : journey to Pamirs, 

VIII. 254 

Bon wick, J. : Australia's first preacher ; 

Rev. R. Johnson, XII. 546 1: Capt. 

Cook in N.S.Wales, XVIII. 337 t,446 § ; 

Irish Druids and old Irish religions, IV. 

91 1 ; Progress of British colonies of 

Australasia, IX. 580 f 
Bookwalter, J. W. : Siberia and C. Asia, 

XV. 437 1 
Booming glacier, Spitsbergen, IX. 367 
Booraem, J. V. : Note on the tidal bore, 

XX. 364 1 
Boot, J. : Korte Schets der Noord-Kust 

van Ceram, IV. 281 t 
Boothby, G. : On the Wallaby, or Through 

the East and across Australia, IV. 87 f 
Boothia Felix, XX. 629 ; Magnetic pole 

in, XIX. 488 
Bopoto, Upper Congo, XX. 494 
Bora in tne Atlantic, Lieut. Kcssler on 

XX. 650 
Borali tribe, VIII. 225 
Boran G alias, XI. 374 ; Bomn tribe and 

Karayu Borans, VIII. 134 



BOB00 

Boran Highlands, E. Africa, XVI. 604 
Boraston, J. M.: Brazil in 1898, XIV. 

584 t 
Borchardt, L. : Bericht Uber . . . der 
Tempelbauten auf Philae, XII. 325 1; 
Ueber das Alter des Sphinx bei Giseh, 
X. 649 1 
Borchert, O. : A. Miessler, VII. 339 1 
Borchgrevink, C. E. — 

Expeditions, VI. 461 ; VII. 205, 325 ; 
VIII. 14; X. 567; XL 306; XIL 195, 
421; XIII. 8, 75, 437; XIV. 9, 438; 
return, 539 
Antarctic rocks collected by, Notes on : 
T. David, W. F. Smeeth, and J. A. 

Schofield, IX.llOt 
Antarelte's voyage to tlio Antarctic, V. 

583* 
Antarktischc Expedition auf dem 

Southern Cross, XV. 197 1 
Den antarctiske expedition, XIII. 327 1 
Den sidste antarctiske reise, IX. 

466 1 
Die Antarktischc Expedition des 

Southern Croga, XVII. 680 f 
First on the Antarctic continent, XVII. 

561 1 
Map of 8. Victoria Land, XVI. 567 § 
Southern Cross expedition, XVI. 381 *, 
569; XVIL96t 

Bordeaux — Bordeaux et Tesprit Colonial : 
P. Foncin, XVI. 243 f ; Climat de, VIII. 
411 1; Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), 
XIV. 453 1, XVI. 243 1; Vingt-cinq 
annees de la Sficiete de geographic 
oommerciale de Bordeaux : J. Mane's, 
XVI. 259 1 

Bordier, D. : La Tanisie en 1900 . . . XIX. 
108 1 

Bore, Tidal, Note on : J. V. Booraem, XX. 
864 1 

Borelli, G. : Le Dahome', ressources eoono- 
miques et avenir commercial, XVI. 
368 1 

Borema mts., N.E. Africa, XVIII. 48 

Borg, V. : Fysillis-moantietcellisia tutkt- 
muksia Kalvolan pit'aj'assa, XIV. 331 f 

Borgen, C. : Gezeiten-Erscheinungen im 
Irischen Kanal, V. 604 1; Ueber die 
Auflosung des Zweihohen - Problems 
nach einer Naherungsmethode von 
Raper, XVI. 256 f ; Ueber die Ausfuhr- 
ung einer Gradmessung in hohen Nor- 

den, VI. 99t 
Borgu — 

Dans le Borgou; Le Royaume de 
Bouay : A. Deville, VIII. 532 f 

England and France on the Niger ; The 
Race for Borgu: F. D. Lugard, VI. 
296 1 

Expedition to Borgu on the Niger : F. 
D. Lugard, VI. 205 •; in W. of 
Borgu : M. Deville, VIII. 517 

Mission du Capt. Vermeersch au Bor- 
grm: X. Noll, XII. 99 1 

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Borgn — eontintted, 

theSokoto Empire : W. Wallace, VIIL 
211* 

Unwritten chapter of history, XIII. 
680 1 
Bona, W. Africa ; altitude, etc., X. 394 
Boring experiments at Funafuti, X. 217 
for fresh water through granite 

rocks : Sir C. R. Markham, X. 465 • 
Borisoflf, Lieut. : Expedition to Novaya 

Zemlya, XVI. 689 ; XVIII. 626 
Bor Khamti country^ Diary of journey to, 

and sources of Irawadi : J. E. Gray, III. 

346t 
Borneo— 

Balik l»apan, Bay of, H. Richards' 
account of, XVI. 474 

Berouw naar Samarinda, Ein landreis 
van: A. H. Spaan, XVIII. 107 1 

Bomeos Westerafdoeling : J. W. Young, 
VIIL 91 1 

Boven-Maht\kam-gebied, Bij do kaart 
van het, XX. 243 f 

Die Niederlandische Expedition nach 
Zentral-Borneo : G. A. F. Moleugraaf, 
VILllOf 

Doessonlanden, De afdeeling : H. Engel- 
hard, XVIL 551 f 

Durohquerung Borneos: A. W. Nieu- 
wenhnis,XI. 568t (see below) 

21 Jahre in Indien; Erster Theil, 
Borneo; Zweiter Theil, Java: H. 
Breitenstein, XVI. 697 f 

Exploration — Cambridge Expedition to 
Jiorneo and Torres Strait, XL437; Ex- 
peditions in 1893 and 1894, VI. 572 ; 
In the Heart of Borneo : C. Hose, XVI. 
39 ♦, 578 1 ; Journey in : M. Chaper, III. 
530 1, V. 168 ; Journey up Baram river : 
U. Hose, 1. 193 * ; Rejang river, Report 
of a journey up : H. M. Hiller, XL 
179, 195 1 ; Sambas Snltanat explora- 
tion : Major Huysmans, XVIII. 107 1 ; 
Voyage to: F. Agassis, I. 564 f; 
Nieuwenhuis, A. W. ; journey across, 
IX. 89, 220; XL 297; XIIL 532; 
XVI 11. 87 ; Recente expe'dition scien- 
tiflque danBrfledeBomeo,XIIL 678 1; 
Tweede reisvanPontianak uaarSama- 
rinde, XVI. 366 f ; XVIL 89 f 
Flora of Mt. Kinibalu : O. Stapf, VI. 

485 1 
Folk-lore in : W. H. Fumess, XV. 80 f 
Foreste di Borneo: O. Beccari, XIX. 

525 1; XX. 442 § 
Fresh-water fishes of, L. Vaillant on, 

HI. 239 
Geology, XV. 61; Geologic van het 
Stroomgebied der Kapoeasrivier : 
N. W. Easton, XIV. 679 f I Geolo- 
gische Verkenniugstochten in Cen- 
traal-Borneo : G. A. F. Moleu- 
graaf, XVIIL 230 1, 295 §; Geology 
and mineral resources: T. Posewitz, 

L83t 
Glimpses of: W. H. Fumess, XL 195 f 



BOBHHOUC 

Bon/to-'^contintied. 

Hauler's Botanische Reisen in West 
Borneo : H. Zondervan, V. 180 f 

Handelsverhaltnisse auf Borneo und in 
Niederlandisch-Indien : H. Breiten- 
stein, XVI. 697 1 

Head-hunters, black, white, and brown : 
A. C. Haddon, XIX. 654 f; XX. 
444§ 

In Centraal Borneo : A. W. Nieuwen- 
huis, XVIIL 230 1, 297 § 

Landscbappen aan de Bovcn-Pinoh: 
J. P. Barth, XII. 96 1 

Life among the Dyaks : F. W. I^gatL 
XVIIL 638 1 

Manners and customs of people of S. 
Borneo: H. M. Hiller, XX. 243 f, 

466 1 

Maps — Mahakam-Flosses in Borneo : A. 
W. Nieuwenhuis, XL 326 f; Btrom- 
karte von Borneo : G. A. Molengraaf, 
VI. 492 1 

Mededeelingen omtrent een reis door 
Borneo : P. C. Van der Willigen, XII. 
629 1 

over ecne Commissiereis 

naar Centraal Borneo: A. W. Nieu- 
wenhuis, XVIU. 230 1 

over het vervolg der com- 



missiereis naar Centraal-Borueo : A. 
Nieuwenhuis, XIX. 397 f 
Muruts and Murut-land, F. Perry, XL 

452 1 

Natives of : C. Hose, HI. 159 f 

, immigrants, and Eunipean en- 
terprises : A. F. Sharp, XIX. 231 f 

Ovorzioht der Afdeeling Suekadana : J. 
P. Barth, X. 550 t 

Schetscn nit Borneo's Wester-afdecling : 
E. Kuhr, VII. 441 f ; IX. 339 f 

Siidostabteilung von Borneo: G. Schnei- 
ders, III. 345 1) 515 ; (map). III. 355 f 

Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XV. 80 1 
Borneo, British N. — 

Admiralty surveys, II. 24 ; new island 
off, XL 298 

All about N. Borneo: A. T. Wardrop, 
XII. 629 1 

British Borneo: E. P. Gueritz, XL 

451 1 
British N. Borneo : Sir J. Jardine, XIV. 

115 1 

: L. T. West, XL 91 1 

Natives of Sarawak and Br. N. Borneo : 
H. Ling Roth, VIIL 649 f 

Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XV. 295 f 
Bomhardt, W. : Account of sulphur springs 

of Amboni, XII. 189; Geographische 

. . . Mittcilungen Uber das deutsche 

Nyassa Gebiet, XV. 421 §, 551 1 
Bomhaupt, C. von : Die Dcutsohen Bestre- 

bungen an der Somali-Kuste, VII. 113 f 
Bornholm: G. Buschan, XIV. 576 f; 

Bilder von: J. Gebesohus, XIV. 675; 

Re'gime magnetique de Tile de : A« 

Paulsen, VIIL 527 1 



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Borngtein, R. : Gibt es eine Beziehunff 
siriflehen Luftdruokvertheilung una 
Monddeklination ? XVIL 97t 

— — und E. LesB : Die Temperatur- 
yerhaltnitto yon Berlin, XII. 624 f 

BorodoTsky, S. C. : Map of Manchuria, X. 

126 1; XIX. 115 1 
Boro Khoro mts., C. Asia, YII. 657 
Borotc5B, Algnnoe datos sobre loa : J. Kos- 

lowsky, VII. 445 f 
Borotse : see Barotse 
Borradaile, A. A.: Note of jonrney in 

northern Mongolia in 1898, V. 562 * 
Borrow, G., and nis works, XIII. 687 1 
Biirsch, A., und L. Kriiger: Geodiitisohe 

Linien, Parallelbogen . . . Feaghmain 

und Warscbau, IX. 103 f 
Bort, Ij. T. de : R^amltatB des aeoensionB 

dee troiB ballonfi-flondee lances it Trappes, 

XIL 441 1 
Bory de Saint- Vincent, Deax lettres de : 

F. Donnet, XIX. 662t 
Borzino, C: La Linea di displavio, IV.382t 
Boa, Lient. : Exploration in N. XJbangi 

basin, XIX. 89 ; Rapport but I'explora- 

tion de la Hante-Kotto, XX. 557 f 
Bosdari, A. : I Vini Spagnuoli, XVIII. 

228 1 



Bosnia of to-day. The : H. von Schubert, 

IL 471 1 
Census, VI. 882 ; E. Gallina's remarks 

on, IX. 87 
Excursion in Bosnia, HercegoTina, and 

Dalmatia : W. M. Davis, XVII .542 f 
Jajed, die alte Konigsstadt Bosnians: 

M. Brass, XIV. 329 1 
Morphologische und glaciale Studien 

aus Bosnien : J. Cviji6, XVIII. 320 f 
Par les routes nouvelles k Touest de la 

Bosnie : E. Hontoir, XIII. 451 f 
Progr^ de la Bosnie: Koetsohet, IX. 

457 t 
8now-Une, XIIL 655 
Station meteorologique de la Bielaenica 

en Bosnie : E. Hontori, XII. 624 1 
Trade, 1897 (Foreign Office Rep.), XII. 

624 1 
Vergletschernng der Vratnica planina 

in Bosnien : F. Katzer, XIX. 391 f 
and Herzegovina — 



A travers la Bosnie et THerz^govine : 

H. Moser, VI. 892 f 
Austria-Hungary's colonial experiment : 

L. ViUari, XX. 665 1 
Beitrage zur Kenntniss der Flora yon 

Siidbosnien und der Hercegovina : S. 

Murbeck,VL 192 f 
Bosnie et VHerzegovine : J. KoB6ak, 

XIX. 391 1 
Bosnien und die Herzegovina unter der 

Verwaltung der usterreichisch-un- 

garischen Monarchie : B. Nikaschi- 

no?it8ch,XVin. 545t 
Bosnische und hcrzegowinische Haus: 
F. Tetzner, XVIIL 224 f 



BOTAVr 

Bosnia — continued, 

Eaux souterraines . . . de la Bosnie- 

Herz^govine : F. Eraus, VIIL 410 1 
Eiszeitspuren aus Bosnien und der 

Herzegowina : A. Grund, XIX. 765 f 
Farming industries, XV. 641 
Landwirthschaft in Bosnien und der 

Heroegovina : F. Heiderich, XVII. 

83 1 
Limestone region, FV. 60 
Meteorologischen Beobachtungen in, 

VIL438t 
Morphologische und glaciale Studien 
aus Bosnien und Hercegovina: J. 
Cviji<<, XVI. 483 f 
Population, IX. 87 

Rambles, etc., in : R. Munro, VII. 212 f 
Beisebilder aus Bosnien und der Herce- 
govina : M. Brass, XVL 483 f 
Vergangenhcit und Gegenwart : M. 

Hoemes, VIII. 526 1 ; IX. 108 1 
Wasserbauten in : P. Bailiff, VII. 438 f 
Bosphorus — 
Bosphorus and Hellespont : A. Philipp- 
son, XL 308 1; Work of the Inter- 
national commission, XI. 107t 
Bosra and the Roman road, V. 6 
BoBse, F. : Population map for Scotland, 

VIIL 520 
BosBhard, A. : Das zuroherische Oberland, 
VIIL 414 1 

, E. : Elmsfeuer und Blitzgefahr 

im Gebirge, XIIL 97 f 
Boston, Mass., U.S.A. — 
Geology of the Boston basin : W. O. 
Crosby, V. 284 f; XVIL 557 f: 
South-western part of do. : J. L. 
Tilton, VII. 834 f 
Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XVL 583 f 

mts.. Ark. U.S.A., Physiography 

of: O. H. Hershey, XX. 247 1 ; A. H. 
Purdue, XIX. 774 f ; XX. 456 § 
BoBworth, G. F. : Philips* County 
Readers, Essex past and present, XIIL 
212 1 ; Kent, past and present, XVI. 695 f 
Botany (see also Biogoography ; Distribu- 
tion ; Plants) — 
Biologic, Essai de, sur la v^g^tation 

tropicale : J. Constantin, XU. 103 f 
Botanical aims of 8. polar Research, F. 
W. Neger on, XIV. 448 

exploration in Sikkim ; G. A. 

Gammic, III. 331 f 

Garden for Uganda, XIL 415 

Geography, G. Bonnier's 

lectures at Pans, IV. 867 

Geography and biological 



utilization of the soil: M. Hardy, 
XX. 250 t, 459 § 

Geography of Middle Albania 



and Epirua; A. Baldacci on, X. 
323 

Mapping, C. Flahault on, V. 



275 



Survey of India, Report of 



Director, XI. 90t; XV. 80t 



t BibliographloAl entry. 



( Review or analysis. 



110 



GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BOTAHT 

Botany— dtmttViuad. 
Botanisohe Forsohungen des Alex- 

anderzuges : H. Bretzl, XX. 250 f 
Botany of Fonnoea, VIIL 529 1; of 

FraDZ Josef Land : A. G. Nathont, 

IX. 96; of N. Kaohin Hills, XIIL 

657 
, Department of, Guide to British 

Mycetozoa, VII. 448 f 
EinfluBs der Pflanzendeoken auf die 

Wasserfiibrung der Fliisse : E. 

Wollny, XVn. 811§,327t 
G^ographie botanique et son ^volation 

an XIX*' si^cle : M. A. Marsclef, 

XVI. 493 1 
exp^rimentale : 

G. Bonnier, XX. 234 §, 472 f 

Le9on d'ouver- 



ture . . . Sorbonne : G. Bonnier, III. 

536t: IV. 367§ 
Note upon methods of botanical geo- 
graphy : M. Hardy, XX. 564 f 
Phyto-g^graphique, Premier essai de 

Nomenclature : G. Flahault, XX. 

130 1 
Vegetation der Erde: A. Engler und 

O. Drude, XX. 564 f 
Zur Cbarakteristik einiger Vegetations 

formationen, XIII. 569 t 
Botany Bay— Cnpt. Cook in N. 8. Wales, 
or Mystery of naming Botany Bay : J. 
Bonwick, XVIII. 337 f, 4468 
Botella y de Homos, F. de ; biography, 
XV. 90 1 ; El Excmo Br. D. Federico 
de Botella y de Homos: D. G. Puig y 
Larraz, XVII. 217 1 
Bothnia, Gulf of (tee aUo Baltic Sea) — 
Botteuvitens nnska deltan: J. E. 

Rosberg, VIII. 413 f 
N&gra dyubildningar p& Botniska 

vikens ostkust : J. E. Bosberg, VIII. 

413 1 
Sand-dunes and deltas of Gulf of 

Bothnia : J. E. Rosberg on, VIII. 54 
Senkvartara Landhi'jningen kring Bott- 

niska Viken : G. de Geer, XIV. 

676 1 
Botletli river, S. Africa, X. 213; XIV. 311 

Bologau-kul, Tibet, IX. 555 

Bottcber : Mass fiir die Dichte der Eisen- 

babn-Netze, XVII. 97 1 
Bbttego, v., VII. 274 ; biographies, XI. 
674 1 ; XV. 90 1 
Exploration in Somaliland, II. 461 ; 
in. 434: VIL 99, 553; VIIL 516; 
X. 326; (geographical results of 
expedition), X. 439; reported death 
of, IX. 665 
II Giubft Esplorato, VI. 487 1 ; VIL 274 § 
Results of second expedition : 1\ L. 

Sclator,XV. 439t 
Risultati zoologici della prima spedi- 

zione, XL 314 f 
Scoonda spedizione, nc^lla Somalia 

Aufltmle, VIIL 531 1 
Socouda 8i>edizionp dal V. B5ttego : 



B0UVDABIE8 

Bdttego — eoniinued, 

L. Vannutelli e O. Citemi, XIIL 
322 1; XIV. 117 t 
Seoonda spedizione B6ttego ; L'Omo : L. 
VannuteUi and C. atemi, XV. 50 $, 

Spedizione : Communieazioni della 

Presidenza, XIIL 823 1 
; Studio Geologioo: G. 

d'Ossat and F. Milloseyioh, XVIIL 

551 1 
Bottle-voyage, A remarkable : A. J. Boyd, 

V. 184 1 ; iu N. Atlantic, VH. 102 
Botto, A.: Progress! fatti negli ultimo 

tempi dalla oartografla nel vari Staii di 

Buropa, I. .89 f ; V. 279 f ; Storia della 

Cartografia italiana, X. 452 f 
Boud^e au Mas Cabanis, Les oavemes de 

la : F. Mazaurio, VIL 488 f 
Bouchard, Mme. P. : Voyage en Tunisie 

et en Algdrie, IX. 341 f 
Bonckenooghe, V. : La culture du caf^er 

dans le Haut-Ck>ngo, XL 453 f 
BougainvUle I., XVIIL 446 ; C. Kibbe^s 

joumey to,IV. 568 
Bougarone, Cap, Excursion dans la region 

foresti^re du : E. Doutt^ X. 456 f 
Bougie die Perle Nord-Af rikas : Arch- 
duke Ludwig Salvator, XV. 437 f 
Bouilhao, R. : Sur la mise en culture des 

terres de bray^res de da Dordogne, VIL 

107 1 
Boiiinais, A.: Guadeloupe et D^pendances, 

XX. 680 1 

and A. Paulus: L'lndo-Ghine 

fran9aiBe oontemporaine, 11. 379 f 

Boulder-olays of the great plfuns, are 
they marine ? G. M. Dawson, X. 121 f 

Boule, M. : La topographic glaciaire en 
Auvergne, VIII. 188 f. (map) 426 t ; Le 
Puy-de-D6me et Vichy, XVIIL 321 f 

Boulenger, G. A.: On occurrence of 
Schlegel's Gayial in Malay Pen., XII. 
97 1; remarks on ** Tanganyika and 
countries north of it," XVIL 36 ; Report 
on collection of fishes made by Mr. 
Moon ... in 1899-1900, XIX. 234 1 

Boulger, D. C. : t'abul and Herat, XV. 
435 1; Congo State, or Growth of 
Civilisation iu C. Africa, XIII. 560 f; 
Congo State and its critics, XIIL 561 f ; 
India in the nineteenth century, XVIIL 
636 1 : Life of Sir Stamford Raffles, XL 
323 t ; Twelve years* work on the Ckingo, 
XIL 631 1 

Boultbee, J. W. : Artesian water in 
N. S. Wales, XIV. 686 f 

Boundaries (for boundary-questions, etc., 
tee under specific countries): Confini 
naturali nolla coscienza populare e nella 
Bt'ienza: F. Viezzoli, XVIIL 240 f; 
Rivers as, XV. ,541 ; Science of frontier 
delimitation : J. K. Trotter, X. 346 t» 
445 § ; Use of Practical Geography illus- 
trated by recent frontier operations : 
Sir T. Holdich, XIIL 465 ♦ 



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OF THE OEOGRAPHIOAL JOURNAL. 



Ill 



Bonqoet de la Grye, A : Les Ballons- 
sondes, XIII. 688 f ; L'Ueure uatiouale, 
XII. 92 1 

Bonrbel, Marquis de: Routes in Jammu 
and Kashmir, XI. 567 f ; XII. 521 { 

BoaTboimaiB ; Monuments m^galithiqnes, 
XL 564 1 

Bourdariat, C. J.: Carto de la Cdte 
d'lvoire, XIX. 413 f 

Bonrdarie, P.: L'avenir de Brazzaville, 
XII. 210 1; Les chemins de fer con- 
golais, XIII. 560 f : Colonisation dn 
Congo fran9aise, XIY. 118 t ; Da Congo 
Ik la Mediterran^e, XII. 211 1; Congo 
fran^ais et la colonisation, XY II. 553 f .' 
on domestication of the African 
elephant, XII. 525 

Boorain, L. : L'Ardeche, XII. 91 t ; Le 
Vivarais, XIIL 318 f 

Bonrdon, O. : I^e C'anon da Rhdne et le 
lac de Geneve, IV. 280 1 : VL 579 1 

Boordonuais. M. de la : M. I^blond, XYI. 

132 1 
Bourelly ; Perles de la Cote d'Aznr, 

XYIL 85 1 
Bonrgade la Dardye, E. : Paraguay ; 

Land and people, etc., I. 87 f 
Bourge, G. : L*ile de Hamos, XL 566 f; 

Novorossisk, Y. 280 1 : Odessa, XII. 93 1 
Bourgeois, B. : Mesare d*an arc de 

meridien en Eqoatear, XX. 343 §, 360 f 
Bourget, Lac du, glaciation of, I. 494 ; 

8ar Tftge du lac du Bourget: A. 

Delebecque, Y. 178 f 
Bourguet: Le Liron, Essai de mono- 

graphie d'un ohainon des Basses 

Cevennes, III. 250 f 
Bourgoin, G. : Organization de Tenseigne- 

ment post-scolaire de la Geographic 

economiqne, XYIL 682 f 
Bourg-sar-Girondo, Excursion It : L. 

Imbert, XYIL 543 1 
Bouriates, De Tamour chez les : Chimkie'- 

vitch, XIL 207 1 
Bourilly, Y. L. : L'amhassade de la Forest 

et de Marillac k Constantinople, XVIII. 

546t 

Bonrinot, Sir J. G. : Builders of Nova 
Rcotia, historical review, XYIL 451 f ; 
Canada, IX. 578 t : ^' during the 
Victorian era, XIY. 119t; under 
British rule, XYIL 555 f ; Canadian 
Dominion and proposed Australian 
Commonwealth, IX. 847 1 ; Cape Breton 
and its memorials, I. 85 f 

Soulier, J. : Les Tch^ues et la Bohtoe 
oontemporaine, X. 338 f 

Bourne, F. B. : Formation of a new rapid 
on the Yangtse, IX. 558; X. 191*; 
Lo-tou mts., VL 501 f ; Report on 
trade of C. and S. China, XII. 430 f 

, 11. R. F.: C^ongo Free State, XYIII. 

550 1; France and England in W. 
Africa, XII. 211 f ; Hierra Loone troubles, 
XII. 433 1; Uganda protectorate and 
its relation to the Suda XIY. 119 f 



BOWAB 

Bourne, S. : Progress of external trade of 

the U.K., n. 185 1 
Bournemouth: Plan of, with environs: 
' J. Bartholomew, II. 284 f 
Boa-Saada, L'Oasis de : A. Yigerie, XX. 

124 1 
Boussa, Les Fran9ais k, IX. 682 f 

Boussand : $ee Moeurs 

Boussinesq, J, : Lois de I'extinction d'une 
houle simple en haute mer, YII. 118 t ; 
Probl^me du refroidissement de la 
croftte terrestre, XYL 373 f; Sur I'ex- 
tinction graduelle de la houle de mer, 
etc., VL 395 1 

Boutan, L. : L'instantan^ dans la photo- 
graphic aousmarine, XIIL 98 1 

Bouthillier de Beaumont, H. ; death, XL 
443 ; Notice necrologique : A. de 
ClaparMe, XIL 546 f 

Boutione, A. : L'Alg^rie et la Tunisie k 
travers les ages, 11. 90 f ; La langue 
fran^aise dans le Levant, YIII. 651 f ; La 
Palestine et la Syrie k vol d*oiseau, lY. 
188 1 : Rapport sur one mission archeo- 
logique en Portugal et dans le sud 
de L'Espagne, 11. 561 f; 8candinavie, 
Notes de voyage, YIII. 308 f ; Une 
heuro en Sicile. Coup d'ceil sur le Por- 
tugal, Y. 505 t ; Transcaspie, XIIL 321 f 

Boatwell, J.' M. : Bibliography of geo- 
graphical works published in the U.S., 
XIY. 466 t 

Bouvet, li. ; expedition to Antarctic, 11. 
253 

Bouvet I., S. Atlantic Ocean, XIIL 298, 
641; depths around, XY. 520, 522; 
WiederauiBndung der Bouvet Insel: 
W. Sachse, XIY. 458 1 

Boavier, E. L. : Note preliminaire . . . sur 
la distribution des Peripates, XII. 21 8 f 

Bouysson, J : Mission agricole et scienti- 
fiquc de, XL 454 f ; Renseignements sur 
la re'gion c6ti^re au nord de Libreville, 
XIY. 118 1 

Bovill, Mrs., and G. R. Askwith : « Roddy 
Owen," XL 208 1 

Boving-Petersen, J. O. : En Bestigning af 
Brasiliens hojeste Bjaerg, YII. 115 f; 
Et Beaog i Central-brasiliens Enoglehu- 
ler, YII. 565 1 

Bow lake. Upper, Canada, XIIL 358 

river, Canada, YIL 50, 56; XIIL 

341 ; At the Headwaters of the : C. S. 
Thompson, XIL 212 f 

Bowdoin glacier, Greenland, XL 215 

Bowen, Hon. C. C. ; on need of Antarctic 
exploration, XIL 194 ; remarks at 
Antarctic conference, X. 384 

, Sir G. ; Biography, X Y. 90 f ; 

obituary, XIIL 438 

Bower, Capt. H. : Journey across Tibet, 
1. 385 ♦ ; (Diary oQ, L 566 f ; lY. 86 t ; 
Medal awarded to, III. 420; lY. 78; 
remarks on ** Journey in Mongolia and 
Tibet,'' IIL386; trip to Turkestan, V. 
240 1 



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^ Bey|«w or analyalB. 



112 



GENERAL INDEX TO TOLB. I— XX. 



BOWES 

Bower, T. B. : Lar^-floale Map of S. 

Transvaal and N. Orange River Colony, 

XVI. 709 1 
Bowerg, I. : Barrage of the Nile, XVI. 

488 t 
Bowker, A. : Alfred the Great, containing 
Chapters on his Life and Times, XVII. 

216 1 

Bowlder-Pavement at Wilson, N.Y. : G. 
K. Gilbert, XIII. 681 t 

Bowles, G. S. : Rational horizon of Fal- 
mouth, XVIII. 460 1 

, T. G. : The Sea the only road for 

trade, XV. 445 1 

Bownlee, J. H. : Map of Province of Br. 
Columbia, II. 191 1 

Boxall, G. E. : Plains of Australia, VIII. 

193 t 
Boyana river, Montenegro, III. 510 
Boyd, A. J. : Narrative of G. Pennefather*s 

explorations, IX. 243 f ; Remarkable 

bottle vovage, V. 184 1 ; Reminiscences 

of Chinchals.,111. 162 1 
, C R. : Grayson County Va., XI. 

202 t 

-, W. C. ; Journey from W. Australia 



to Warina, IX. 61 * 

Boyesen, H. H. : History of Norway from 
the earliest times, XVII. 318 1 

Boyle, D. : Archieological report. Appen- 
dix rejwrt of the Minister of education, 

Ontario, VIIL 418 t 

Bozai Gumbaz, C. Asia, VIII. 97, 99 

Brabant, A. : Colonization of Indo-China, 
IV. 576 1 

, F. G. : Sussex, XVIL 319 t 

Brabnor, J. H. F. : Comprehensive Gazet- 
teer of England and Wales, III. 249 t : 
IV. 184 1 : 576 1 : V, 504 f ; VI. 392 f ; 
VII. not; 417 § 

Brabourne Papers, X. 231 1 

Brabrook. E. W. : Ethnographical survey 
oftheU.K., IX. 679t 

Brackebusch, L. : biography, IV. 471 1 ; 
H()henschichtenkarte des Nordwest- 
lichen Teiles der Argentinischen Re- 
publik, II. 285 t ; Kordillerenpasse 
zwischen der Argentischen Republik 
und Chile, I. 281 f ; Penitentesf elder 
der Argentinischen Kordilleren, I. 
168 §, 184 1; Ueber die Bodenverhalt- 
nisse des nordwestlichen Teiles der 
Argentinischen Republik, II. 267 §, 280 f 

Brackenbury, Sir H. ; remarks on 
** Southern borderland of Afghanistan," 
IX. 421 

Braoq, J. C. : Colonial expansion of France, 
XVL 376 1 

Braddon, Sir E. : Thirty vears of shikar, 
VL 581 1 

Bradford, G. : Table of depths for channels 
and harbours, XI. 201 f 

Bradford, Leeds, and York district ; 
Cvclist's road-map : J. G. Bartholomew, 
XIX. 785 1; (Glacial Geology of Brad- 
ford : J. Monckman, XIX. 1()5 f 



BEAXDSTSTTEB 

Bradley, A. G. : Highwaysjand bywayB in 
the Liake district, XIX. 104 f 

, C. B. : Exploration of the East 

Creek Amphitheatre, XIV. 120 f 

Bradshaw, «J. : Norway, its fjords and 

fosses, VIIL 189 1 
Brady glacier, Alaska, XIV. 533, 673 
Bradyseismic movements of Earth's omst, 

VII. 230 ; action in oceans, X. 130 
Braecke; on development of gold- 
mining, II. 228 

Braess, M. : Die Schwaben im Banat, XII. 
624 1; Im Siebenbiirgisoh-Ungarischen 
Grenzgebirge, IX. 336 f ; see Brass 
Bragan9a e Bemqueronoa: A. dos S. P. 

I^po, XVII. 207 1 
Bragmans bluff, Nicaragua, XL 660 
Brahe, Tycho, Zur Ennnerung an : F. 

Burokhardt, XX. 473 f 
Brahmaputra river — 
Falls of Tsang-po and identity of that 
river with the Brahmaputra: L. A. 
Waddell, V. 258 * 
Identity of Tsang-po of Tibet: S. C. 
Das, XII. 430 1 ; G. Sandberg on, IX. 
.321 
Tsangpo - Brahmaputrafluss : G. T. 
Reichelt, X. 228 f 

valley. Tribes of: L. A. 

Waddell, XIX. 396 1 
Wild tribes of the Brahmaputra valley, 
Plivsioal types : L. A. Waddell, XVL 

247' t 
Brambiau subterranean river, XIV. 405: 

E. A. Martel, II. 472 f 
Bramley, W. J. : see Jennings-Bramley 
Branco, W., und E. Fraas : Beweis fur die 
Richtigkeit unserer Erklarung des 
vulkanischen Ries bei Nordlingen, 
XVIIL 321 1; Das vulcanische Ries 
bei Nordlingen in seiner Bedeutung fur 
Fragen der allgemeinen Geologic, XX. 

350 1 
Branco, Rio, S. America, XVIL 367 ; Nach 
dem Rio Branco: G. Hiibner, XL 

686 1 

Brandenburg — Ein schwedischer Earto- 
graph der : P. Dinse, IX. 336 1 ; Regen- 
karte . . . Brandenburg und Pommem : 
G. Hellmann, XIX. 393 1, 501 § 

Coast, New Guinea, IV. 365 

Brander-Dunbar : see Parkinson, F. 

Brandos, J. : Een Plattegrond van Batavia 
van 1632, XVIIL 107 f : Van Oud 
Batavia, losse mededeelingen, XVII. 

VIII. 209 t ; XVIIL 230 f 

, J. A., und 0. Steffens : Zur Kenn- 

zeichnung der Kanadischen Ebenen, 

VIII. 418 t 
Brandis, Sir D. : Indian Forestry, IX. 

680 1: XVIIL 2,30 1: remaiks on 

"Journey to S.W. Provinces of Siam," 

VL 542 
Brandstetter, R. : Malaio - Polynesische 

Forschung, VII. 222 f: Tagalen und 

Madagassen, XX. 356 1 



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113 



BEAVDT 

Brandt, E., y G. Pommerenke : La pro- 
viacia de Santa Fe, XVIII. t>43 f 

, M. von : Dreianddreisaig Jahre in 

OBt-Aflien, XVII. 208 1; XIX. 231 f; 
Indnstrielle und Eiacnbahn-Unter- 
nehmongen in China, XV. 436 f 

Branner, J. C. : Ants as geologic agents 
in the Tropics, XVI. 126 f; Former 
extension of the Appalachians, etc., XI. 
97 1 ; Manganese deposits of Bahia and 
Minas, XVIII. 235 f : Oil-bearing shales 
of the coast of Brazil, XVIII. 275 1 : 
Origin of beach cusps, XVI. 704 1; 
Origin of travertine falls and reefs, 
XIX. lllf; Palm trees of Brazil, 

XIX. 659 t ; Results of . . . expedition 
to Brazil, XVIII. 285 f : Supposed 
glaciation of Brazil, III. 5:(4 f 

and C. E. Oilman : Stone 

reef at month of Rio Grande do Norte, 

Brazil, XVIIL 335 1 
Branodnnum, Roman town of, X. 514 
Brard, Pater : Das Siidufer des Vietoria- 

Nyanza (map), IX. 691 ; Dcr Victoria 

Nyanza, X. 1)6, 229 f ; Die Sesse-Inseln, 

VI. 487 1 ; Originalkarte einor Forsoh- 

ungsreisc auf der Sesse Insel, VI. 

.2981 
Brass, £. : Reise dnrch Korea, I. 469 f 
Brass, M. : Ein ncues Verfahren um Land- 

karten . . . zu praparieren, XVII. 98 f ; 

Im Siebenbnrgison . . . Grenz^birge, 

IX. 336 t ; Reisebilder ans Bosnien und 

der Hercegovina, XVI. 483 f ; Schwaben 

im Banat, XII. 624 f 
Brasseur, G. : death, XI. 805 ; explorations 

in Congo basin, IX. 560 ; X. 637 ; 

L'Uma et le Katanga, XI. 313 f ; L'Urua, 

pays des Balubas, X. 340 f 
Brasscy, Lord : Australian Federation, 

XIII. 688 1; Voyages and travels of, 

VI. 589 t 
, Hon. T. A. : Studies in Australia 

in 1896, IX. 465 f 
Bratianu, Gen. C. I. : Trebuinta de a sc 

face cadastrul RomUnier, XIV. 455 f 
Brauchitsch : Exploration of Sanaga river, 

Kamerun, VIII. 71 
Brauor, A.: Die Seychellen auf Grand 

eigencr Anschauung, VIII. 416 f; The 

Seychelles, VII L 372* 
Brann, F. : Ein Ausflug zum Alem-Dagh, 

XX. 241 1 ; Heido und Scrub in pro- 
pontischcn Gebieto, XVII. 672 1 

Bray, F. de : Entreprises en Chino, XIV. 

456 1: La Chine et . . . Futilisation 

des Beiges, XIII. 320 f 
Brazeau river, Rocky mts., V. 56 



Agricoltura, Tindustria . . . ncUo 

stato di Santa Caterina, XVII. (i79 f 
Amazonia bresilliennc : Baron Santa 

Anna Nery, XVIII. 335 1 
America abreviada, suas noticias . . . 

do Maranh&o : J. dc Ferreira, VIII. 

192 1 



BftAZIL 

Braitl — continued. 

Bahnen Neu-Hamburg — Caxias und 

Neu-Hamburg— Torres, XIV. 584 1 
Bidrag till K'annedomen om Brasiliens 

nrbefolkning : G. W. Frcyreiss, 

XVIL 213 1 
Bogen und Pfeil in Central-Brazilicn : 

H. Meyer, VI. 393 f 
Books, etc., relating to : P. li. 

Phillips, XIX. 109 1 
Brazil in 1898 : J. M. Boraston, XIV. 

584 1 
Capital, the future, VI. 186 
C^ri et Amazonie: D. Guilmot, 

XVI. 127 1 
Commission centrale de bibliograpliic 

br^silienne, etc., VIII. 420 f 
Contribuzioni alio studio dclla Emi- 

grazione Italiana al Brasile : V. 

Grossi, IV. 579 1 
Estrangeiros illustres ... do Brazil : 

Visoonde de Taunay, IX. 4(>4 1 
Kt Besog Centralbrasilieus Knoglc- 

huler, etc.,VIL665t 
Geographical Commission in San 

Paulo : H. Lange, I. 184 t 
Homenajo al Presidentc Dr. C'ampos 

Salles, El Brasil y la Argentina, 

XIX. 190 1 
Jubileu de Petropolis: H. Raiiard, 

IX. 464 1 
Kreuz und quer durch Brasilion : ( •. 

R. Mann, XVII. 324 f 
KiinftigeDistricto Federal Brasiliens: 

W. Sievers, IX. 108 f 
Linea geodesica Madera- Yavary : E. 

Idiaquez, XIX. 659 f 
Xaturforscherfahrt nach dem Literal, 

etc. : E. A. Goeldi, X. 341 1 
Xouvcllo Pologne, etat de Parana : J. 

de 8iemlra<lzki, XIV. 462 f 
O novo estado do Sul, IX. 108 f 
O Oyapock divisa do Brazil, etc. : B. 

H. de Mello, IX. 464 t 
Opis Stanu Parana w Brazylli: J. 

Siemiradzki, VIIL 313 f 
Pedro II., Memoria dc, VII. 684 t 
Phdtograplis of Amazon, etc. : Sir J. 

B. Stone, III. 444; of Rio Negro 

and Upper Amazons : T. M. Tued, 

III. 168 
Principle . . . dos indios do Brazil, 

Vllf. 192 t 
Republikanische Brasilien in Vcr- 

gangcnheit und Gegenwart : O. 

Canstatt, XIII. 682 f 
Revista commemorativa do quarto 

conteuariu do Brazil, XVI. 490 f 
Commerce and economics — 
Coflfee production, XV. 440 f ; Cbm- 

merce and resources: Hon. T. L. 

Thompson, XIII. 95 f; Considera- 
tions economiques sur le Bresil : L. 

F. Viaba, XIV. 121 f; C<.tton 

spinning and weaving industries, 

XV. 299 1; Diamautenproduction 

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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I,— XX. 



BRAZIL 

^tual—wtUinued, 

in Braaillen : C. Nasser- Asport, 
XV. 300 1 ; Financial and economic 
situation (Foreign Office Rep.)« 
XVIIL 553 1: Matters of com- 
mercial intelligence relating to, 
XV. 299 1; Trade, finances, etc. 
(Foreign Office Rep.), XIII. 566 f 
Discovery — 
Descobrimento do Brasil: A. de 
Caryalho, III. 74 f ; Jean Cousin's 
voyage ; E. le Corbeiller on, XIII. 
563 ; {Supposed discovery, by Portu- 
guese in 1447. V. 226; J. Westlake 
on, V. 390; Vincent Pinzon, La 
riviere : E. Landes and R. du 

Caillaud,Vin. 192t 
Ethnography, etc. — 

Rrasilien, liand and Leutc : M. Land- 
berg, XV. 299 1 

Catuquinaru Indians, J. Bach's ^-isit : 
(i. E. Church, XII. 63 ♦ 

Chez los Indiens : A. Courboin, XVII. 

679 1 
Erste ethnographisoheSkizze iiber die 
Botokudcn: F. Hchulze, XIX. 

109 1 
Estudio dc las Icnguas del ^mpo 
Eaingangue : J. B. Ambrusetti, IX. 

108 1 
Ethnographic des Rio Tapajos: F. 

Katzer, XVII. 679 1 
Indianerskizzen von H. Florence : K. 

von den Stoinen, XIII. 457 1 
Indianerstammc Brasiliens, etc. : A. 

Vierkandt, X. 651 1 
J^mguages of Bororo Indians : Ville- 

roy, I. 87 1 
Tribes of Brazil : P. Ehrenreieb, I. 

184t 
of C. Brazil : K. von don 

Stcincn, III. 254t 
Exploration and colonization — 
A Bahia e o Territorio do Rio 8., 

Francisco, IX. 108 f 
Al Salto Guayrd : P. Antonelli, IX. 

108 1 
As exploragocs do St. ApoUnario 

Frot: M. dc T. ArgoUo, XIV. 

121 1 
Au pays du Caoutchouc : E. Acker- 

mann, XVII. 679 1 
Ausflug naoh Parani : C. F. Schclor, 

Xll. 436t 

Austrian expeditions, XVII. 195 ; 
Scientific exp. under Steindachner, 
XX. 657 

Branner- Agassi z expedition. Results : 
J. C. Branner, XVIII. 235 1 

Central Brazil ; explorations by 
Brazilian Commission, IX. 64; 
Commission d'exploration du 
plateau centml du Brasil, Rapport : 
L. Cruls, VII. list; Expedition 
mieh Central-Brazilien : H. Meyer, 
IX. 683 1; H. Meyer's journey. 



' BRAZIL 

Bruil— oonifniMei. 

XIV. 824 ; Ueber seine zwcite Relsc 

in (3entral-Bra8ilien : Id.. XIV. 

341 1; Reiseskizzen aus Zentral- 

brasilien : M. Schmidt, XX. 560 f 
En Bestlgning af Brasiliens hftjestc 

Bjaerg : J. O. B0ving-PeterBcn, 

\TI. 115 t 
Entre TOcdan et le Rio Guama: 

Huber et von Kraatz-Koschlau, 

XVII. 679 1 
Expedi^fto de Axuhi, etc. : C. A. 

Marines, VIII. 192 1 
Expedition into interior for fixing on 

site for new capital, I. 551 
Exploration in tne Amazons valley, 

1.346* 
Forschungsreise nach dem Oberlanf 

des Rio Capim : K. A. Goeldi, XI. 

455 1 
From Para to Manaos : R. Kocttlitz, 

XVII. 558 1 
Fuhrer filr den Auswanderer nach 

Brnsilien : A. Papstein, X. 651 f 
German and Italian colonization, VI. 

286; Deutsche Kolonisation in 

BrasUien, XIII. 682 t 
Italiani ncl Nord dello Stato di Santa 

Caterina: G. Pio, XIX. 236 f 
• nel Bud, do. : (jr. P. di Savoja, 

XVL 372 1 
Journeys in Mato G rosso, 1887-88: 

P. Vogcl and L. von Ammon, III. 

440 t 
Meine Reisc in den Brasilianisehen 

Tropen: Ther^ Prinzessen von 

Baycm, XI. 202 f 
Route from Amazons to Cuzco by 

Funis, VIII. 517 
Serra do Itatiaia, Excursao botanica 

feita na : E. Ulc, XII. 436 f 
S. Brazil ; Lachnit and Soffner's Ex- 
pedition, XVII. 79 
Trabalhos dos primeiros jcznitos im 

Brazil, VIII. 192 1 
Voyage au Brdsil : P. F. Desverniuc, 

VII. 445 t 
au Trombctas : O. Coudroau, 

XVI. 490 1 

au Yamunda : H. Coudrcau, 



XV. 84 1 

- entre Tocantins et Xingu : 



H. Coudreau, XIV. 230 1 
sur le Bresil et la Be'publiquc 

Argentine: E. de Rancourt, XVII. 

558 1 
Wettstein, Prof, von ; expedition 

under, XVIII. 625 
Fauna, IX. 66 : Ants as geologic agents 
in the Tropics : J. C. Branner, XVI. 
126t ; Aves do Brazil : E. Goeldi, 
XVIII. 644 1 
Flora, IX. 66; Materiaes para n flora 
amazonica : J. Huber, XIV. 462 t ; 
Palm trees : J. 0. Branner, XIX. 
659 1 



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BRAZIL 

FrontierH— 

Argeatina — Brazilian Argentine 
boundary, VII. 565 f ; Quention of 
boundary between : M. F. A. 
Georlette, II. 280 f 

Bolivia, XIX. 220; Cuestion de 
limites con cb Brazil : J. L. MuQoz, 
XIX. 659 1 ; Informc de la Cdmision 
Boliviana demarcadora de liimites 
con el Brasil : A. Ballivian, XX. 
127t. 671 1; Limites do Brazil 
com a Bolivia : A. Freitna, XX. 
560 1 

Br. Guiana — Arbitration treaty to 
determine limits between Br. 
Gniana and Brazil, XX. 359 f 

Fr. Guiana, XVn. 78; S. Brousseau 
on, XIV. 213; Fronti^res entre le 
Bri^ail et la Guvane fran9aiBe, 
XVIII.112 1 ; (2me m^moire),235t ; 
O Oyapock divisa do Brazil, etc. : 
B. H. de Mello, IX. 464 f ; Question 
du Conteste Franoo-Bre'silien : V. 
Doby, IX. 342 1; see Guiana, 
French 
Maps^ 

Carta do torritoriu do Aricary in- 
corporado ao Estado do Pan\ : J. 1j. 
PesBanha, XX. 475 1: Carta ge<H 
graphica do Estado do Bio (vrande 
do Sul : J. L. N. de Azevedo, XX. 
679 1 ; F^tadoB Unidos do Brazil : 
B. de Rio-Branoo, VIII. 656 1; Karte 
von Biidbrasilien : R. Jannasch, 
XIX. 115 1: Mappa Geographico 
do Estado do Amazonas : E. 
Stradelli, XIX. 246 f; Rio Para- 
napanema-Tbal : H. Lange, 1. 190 f 
Meteorology, IX. 66 ; Climat du Bresil : 

L. Cruls, IX. 108 1; Hohenklima 

von Uberaba, Central-Brasilien : F. 

M. Draenert, XIX. 109 f ; Klima von 

Juiz de Fora im Staate Minas-Geraes : 

F. M. Draenert, XIX. 775 f 
Physiography, Geology, etc. — 

Aper9u g^graphique dc la region 
du Bas-Aroazone : J. Huber, XVII. 

679 1 
Entstebungsgescbichto der brasi- 

lischen Campos : J. Huber, XX. 

359 1 
Geologia e Mineralogia d(?l Brasilc : 

V. Grossi, X. 341 f 
Golddistrikt von Brasil ianisch- 

Guyana : F. Katzer, XII. 635 f 
Manganese deposits of Bahia and 

Minas : J. C. Branner, XVIII. 235 f 
N.E. Brazil, Characteristics of, 

XVIL 356 ; Oil-bearing shales of 

the coast of : J. C. Branner, XVIII. 

235 t 
Plateaux, XVII. 371 
Stone reef at moutb of Rio (irandc do 

Norte: J. C. Branner and C. E. 

Oilman, XVIII. 335 f 



BBEEXTOF 

Brasil— (xmhnice<2. 

Supposed Glaciation : J. C. Branner, 

III. 534 1 
Terras aurireras do Caperao : J. J. G. 

da Silva Netto, IX. 464 f 
Topaz, On mode of occurrence of, near 

Ouro Preto: W. A. Derby, XVII. 

558 1 
Trabalhoe restanti^s ineditos da Com- 
missao Geologica do Brazil, XIV. 

462t 

Brazzaville, Fr. Congo, XX. 492 ; develop- 
ment of, E. Lenoir on, XV. 419 ; L'aveuir 
de : P. Bourdarie, XII. 210 1 

Breach, E. : Twenty reasons against 
Newtonuinism, etc., XV. 304 f 

Breakwaters, experiments in floating, 
XI. 496 

Breccias— On relation of certain breccias 
to the physical geography of their ago : 
T. G. Bonney, XX. 130 1 

Bredebugt, bay, Iceland, XIX. 613 

Bregeanlt, J. : Les chasseurs alpins, XV. 

676 1 
Brehme : Bericht iiber das Kulturland de^ 

Kilima-Ndjaro, etc., IV. 189 1 ; on health 

of Europeans on mt. Kilimanjaro, IV. 459 
Brehm, A. E. : From N. Pole to Equator, 

VII. 686 1 
Brcit, L. : La grotte de Churugues, vallee 

de Bareges (Hautes-Pyreneee), XVII. 

84t 
Breitenstein, H. : Die Handelsverh'alt 

nisse auf Borneo und in Niederlandisch- 

Indien, XVI. 697 f ; 21 Jahre in Indien, 

XVI. 697 1 
Bremen, V. 589 ; Die Herzogtumer 

Bremen und Verden : E. Oehlmann, X. 

547 1; 25 -Lebensjahre der geograph- 

ischen Gesellschaft in: M. Lindeman, 

VI. 102 1 
Bremer, O. : Ethnographic der german- 

ischen Stamme, XVI. 484 f 
Bremerhaven, Le port do: E. BcBufv€, 

XIX. 393 1 
Bremner, F. : Photographs of Quetta, etc., 

X. 660 

Brendal, K. : Uruguay, VI. 198 f 

Brenier,.H. : Du Tonkin, IX. 104 ; journey 

in China, X. 439 ; Notes k propos de la 

rdvolte au Kouang-Si, XII. 628 f; on 

the principal branch of the Si-kiang, 

XI. 179 ; Rapport general de la mission 
lyonnaise d'exploration en Chine, XI. 
682 1; XIV. 652 §; Situation oom- 
merciale ... en Cliine, XII. 95 t ; 
Voyage de la mission lyonnaise, XL 
450 1 : Voyages et re'sultats. Do., XI 1. 95 f 

Brennecke, W. : Ergebnisse der Hohen- 
messnngen A. Philippson's in der Um- 
gebung von Pergamon, XVIII. 550 1 

Brenner, J. F. von : Besuch bei den Kan- 
nibalen Sumatms, IV. 376 1 : VII. 75 §, 
175 § 

Brereton. A. : Administratitui report on 
the railways in India, XI II. 558 f 



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GENEBAL INDEX TO Y0L8. I.— XX. 



BBB8LAV I 

Breelau — 
BreslauB 8tellaoff im Schnellverkehr : 
M. Krauske, XfX. 227 f ; Eatalog der 
Ansatelliing des XIII. Deatsohen 
GeographentageB za Breslan, XIX. 
242 1; Lage, Natur nnd Entwickel- 
ung, XVIII. 631 1 

BresBon, A. : Sur Tftge des maasifB grani- 
tiques de Cauterets et du Neonvielle 
(Hautes-Pyrenees), XVII. 544 1 

Brester, A. : Theorie du Soleil, II. 476 1 

Bret : Dans la Coree septentrionale, XV. 
80t 

Bret Country ; U. M. Jackson's Survey of, 
11. 153 

Bretberton, Major: Exploration of route 
from the Indus to Kashmir valley, XIX. 
631 ; Life in Gilgit, XIII. 90 f 

Breton, Cape; probable landfall of J. 
Cabot, IX. 615 

Bretonnes, Les lies: Ardouin-Dumazet, 
IX. 231 1 

Bretonnet: Massacre de la mission, XV. 
551 1 ; Moyen-Niger fran^ais, XII. 211 f 

Bretschneider, E. : History of European 
botanical discoveries in China, XIII. 
213 t ; XIV. 654 § : Itineraires en Mon- 
golie, II. 185 1 ; map of China, etc., VII. 
687 1 ; XIII. 102 1 : XV. 305 1 ; obituary, 
XVIII. 95 ; on Potanin's jouniey in W. 
China, XV. 277 ; Potanius letzte Keise 
in W. China, XVI. 122 f ; Russian Terri- 
tory in Liao-tung Penins., XVI. 486 f ; 
Russiohe Pachtgebiet in der sildliohen 
Mandschurei, XVII. 548 f; Kussland 
und Korea, XVIII. 637 f ; Bee Ilinski 

Bretzl, H. : Botanische Forschungen des 
Alexanderzuges, XX. 250 f 

Breukelman, J. B. : Beslissing in het 
Britisch- Venezuelaansch ii rensgeschil, 
XVI. 127 1 ; Beslissing in het Fransoh- 
Braziliaansch geschil, XVIII. 113 f 

Breusing, A. : W. Wolkenhauer, I. 91 f 

Breve, Monte, Contributo alio studio dellc 
Brezze di : (). Marinelli, X. 342 f 

Brewer, W. A. : Into the Heart of Cataract 
CaiSon. XX. 468 t ; Prospecting in Br. 
Columbia, XIV. 228 1 

Brewer mt., E. basin of: D. S. Jordan, 
XV. 553 1 

Brialmont, Gen. : Notice sur E. Banning, 

XVIII. 648 t 
Briant, R. : Art of topography, IV. 476 1 
Bricchetti-Robecchl, L. : II commercio di 

Tripoli, VIII. 532 f ; Prima traversata 
delhi Penisola dei Somali, III. 439 f 
Brice, A. M. : Great Siberian railroad, 

XIX. 231 1 ; Jackson-Harmsworth Polar 
expedition, VIII. 543 ♦ ; IX. 344 f : XI. 
205 t ; letter on Andree's route, XIV. 
576 ; letter (m Copeland's revised map 
of Franz Josef Land, X. 336 

Brick, C. : Die Provinz Westpreussen und 
ilire Naturdenkmaler, XVI. 485 f 

Bride, T. F. : I^etters from Victorian 
pioneers, XV. 86 f 



BEIVTOH 

Bridge, C. ; remarks on " Exploration in 
Caroline Is.," XIII. 131 

Bridger Beds, mammalian remains in, IX. 
75 

Bridgewater Canal, III. 485 

Bridgraan, H. L. : Expeditions in aid of 
Peary, XIV. 325, 571; XVIU. 539; 
On Peary's work, XVI. 492 f 

Briey, plateau of, II. 54 

Brigham, A. P. : Notes on recent progress 
of irrigation in U.S.A., XVIII. 234 1 ; 
The Eastern gateway of the U.S., XIII. 
513 • ; XIV. 340 1 ; on composite origin 
of topographic forms, VI. 675 §; VII. 
220 1; Finger lakes of New York, II. 
280 1 ; Lakes ; a study for Teachers, X. 
124 1 ; Physical geography in secondary 
schools, XIV. 467 t 

, W. T. H. : Hawaiian feather 

work, XV. 86 f ; Index to islands of 
Pacific Ocean, XVIIL 337 f; Occa- 
sional papers of the Bemice Pauahi 
Bisliop Museum of Polynesian ethnolog>', 
XVIII. 337 t 

Bright, C. : All-British or Anglo-American 
Paciticcable, XI 1.642 1 

, G. : Photographs of Egypt, etc., 

XX. 'M\ ; Natives and scenery between 
Abyssinia and the Nile, XVIII. 248 f : 
remarks on ** Journey from Omdurman 
to Mombasa,'* XIX. 688 ; on " Expedi- 
tion between Lake Rudolf and the 
Nile," XVI. 624 

Brighton, Plan: J. Bartholomew, IV. 

285 t 
Brihat-Samhita ; Topographical list of : J. 

F. Fleet, IL 277 t 
Briucker, P. H. : Bemerkungen zu 

Bemsmanns Karte des Ovambolandes, 

VIII. 531 1 ; Beschreibung der Eumbu 
. . . in Nord-Ovamboland, IX. 340 f; 
Charakter . . . der Bantu Deutsch-Sud- 
westafrikas, XXIL 323 f ; Die Einge- 
borenon Deutsch-Siidwest-Afrikas nach 
(iesehichte, Charakter, etc., XVI. 488 1 ; 
zur Namenkunde von I)eutsch-8ud- 
Westafrika, VII. 332 f 

Brindisi, II porto di : C. De Giorgi, XVIII. 

103 t 

Brine, I^. : Travels amongst American 
Indians, etc., IV. 190 f ; V. 158 § 

Bringaud, J. B. : Ethnographie des Bir- 
mans-Karins, IX. 104 1 

Brinton, D. G. : Alphabets of the Berbers, 
IV. 578 1; Biography: W. J. M. and 
F. Boas, XIV. 689 1; Biography of H. 
Hale, IX. 468 f ; Dwarf tribe of Upper 
Amazon, XIII. 217 f : Etiinology, on 
various supposed relations between the 
American and Asian raoes, IV. 473 f ; 
Factors of heredity and environment in 
Man, XIII. 98 f ; Linguistic cartography 
of the Chaco region, XIIL 217 f; Na- 
gualism, V. 399 1 ; Native Calendar of 
Centr. America and Mexico, III. 73 1 ; 

IX. 190 1 : Peoples of the Philippines, 



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BBIOir 

XITT. 213 1 ; Protohistoric ethnography 
of W. Asia, VI. 296 1 : Record of study 
in aboriginal American languages, 

XIII. 455 1; Reprints of four papers 
on anthropological subjects, V. 399 f; 
The " Nation " as an element in anthro- 
pology, IV. 471 1 ; Two unclassified 
recent vocabalaries from 8. America, 

XIV. 121 1 

Brion, E. : Les colonies italiennes, VII. 

214 1 
, W. F. ; remarks on " A Great 

Globe," XII. 408 
Brisbane, I. 240; and suburbs. Map 

(Pugh's Almanac), X- 462 1 ; XII. 444 1 : 

Street and road map, XIII. 333 f 

river — Discovery; Address to 

R. G. S. of Australasia, Queensland: 
Sir H. M. Nelson, XVII. 214 t : Floods : 
Hon. A. C. Gregory, II. 370 § ; C. J. R. 
Williams, XIV. 464 f ; XV. 86 f ; Land 
floods in a tidal river: 0. J. R. Wil- 
liams, XIX. 404 1 ; Mitigation of floods : 
Hon. A. a Gregory, XVII. 196 §, 214 f : 
XIX. 237 1; Removal of the Lyttou 
rocks : E. A. Cullen, XVII. 213 f 

Brisse : L'Allemagne en Extreme-Orient, 
XIX. 396 1 

Bristol — early port, X. 524; memorial 
tower to Cabot, X. 213; ExpediJion by 
merchants, IX. 605 : Public institutions 
of: L. A. Taylor, XVIII. 323 f 

Britain, Great : see Great Britain 

Britannia^ s.s., deep-sea deposits collected 
on, XIX. 699 

British : for names of countries, etc., with 
this preface, tee under specific names 

and Dutch in S. Africa: H. A. 

Bryden,XIV. 682t ' 

and German trade for 1 897, Results 



of (Foreign Office Rep.), XIII. 87 f 

Association — Bradford, 1900, XVI. 



441 ; Address (Geographical Section) : 
Sir G. S. Robertson, XVI. 477 * : Bel- 
fast, 1902, XX. 522; Briatol, 1898, XII. 
377 : Dover, 1 899, X IV. 546 ; Address : 
Sir J. Murrav, XIV. 688 1 ; Edinburgh, 
1892, 1. 472 1; Glasgow, 1901, XVIM. 
508; Report, XIX. 782 1: Ipswich, 
1895, VL 460; Report, VIL 340 f; 
Liverpool, 1896, VIII. 482 ; Notting- 
ham, 1893, II. 327 ; Report, IV. 91 1 ; 
Oxford, 1894, IV. 355; Report, V. 
401 1 ; Toront<i, 1897, X. 471 ; Addreas : 
J. S. Keltic, X. 656 1 ; Report, XI. 
689 1 
At Niagara Falls, XI. 316 1 
Handbook of Canada, X. 650 1 
British Colonies^ 
British Colonial Empire, Progress of: 
Sir C. W. Dilke, IX. 469 1 

Colonies, Dependencies, etc. : G. 

Gill, VIII. 533 t 
Colonial import duties, XIII. 330 f 
Colonies and the Century ; Hon. Sir J. 
Robinson, XIV. 236 f 



BEITI8S SMPIBB 

British Ooloniei — oontinued. 

Colonies anglaises, Les : G. Chevilliard, 
XIV. 236 1 

Combined circulars on Canada, Aus- 
tralia, etc., XVIII. 343 1 

Educational subjects, Special reports on, 
XVin. 242 1 

Entwickelung der handelspolitischen 
Beziehungon zwischen England und 
seinen Kolonien bis zam Jahre 1860 : 
P. Busching, XX. 565 t 

Geography of : W. Hughes and J. Wil- 
liams, L 380 1 

Growth and Administration of : W. P. 
Greswell, XI. 575 f 

Historical Geography of : C. P. Lucas, 
V. 181 1 ; IX. 461 1 ; XVIIL 332 f 

Kolonialpolitik Grossbritanniens : A. 
Zimmerman, XI. 460 t ; XIV. 124 t 

Outlines of British Colonization : W. P. 
Greswell, II. 93 t 

Politisch-geoprraphische Ruckblicke : F. 
Ratzel, XII. 105 f 

Statistical tables relating to colonial and 
other possessions of the U.K., XVI. 

133 1 
Trade of: G. Mulhall, XI. 106 1 
British Empire- 
Army Book for the: Lieut-Gen. W. 

H. Goodonough and Lieut. -C/ol. J. C. 

Dalton, IV. 90 f 
Britain over the Sea: Reader for 

Schools : E. Lee, XVIII. 343 f 
British Egg Supply: E. Brown, XVIL 

446 t 
Empire in the Nineteenth Cen- 
tury : E. Sanderson, XIII. 571 1 

Series, Vol. 5, General, 



XIX. 662 t 



IIL 343 1 



-, The : Sir G. Chesney, 

-, The : Sir C. W. Dilke, 

XIII. 462 1 
Colonial and Indian Agriculture: R. 

Wallace, XVI. 707 1 
Commercial Union of the Empire : Sir 

F. Young, VIII. 533 1 
Constitutional relations of England and 

her dependencies : C. Roe, XVI. 375 f 
Empire colonial de I'Angleterre en 

1897 : P. Chaix, XL 689 f 
Etapponstrasse von England nach 

Indien, etc. : C. Wachs, XIV. 690 f 
Expansion of: W. H. Woodward, XV. 

92 1 
French View of : Baron P. de Couber- 

tin, XL 208 f 
Geographical unity of: G. R. Parkin, 

IV. 91 t 
Great alternative. The, a plea for 

National policy: S. Wilkinson, IV. 

91 1 
Greater Britain, short view of: A. Paul, 

VI. 102 1 
Growth of, VIL 570 1; Growth of 

Greater Britain : G. Philip, XV. 448 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BBinSH nPIBB 

British Bmpire — oontinued. 

. Handbook to history of Greater Britain : 

A. W. Jose, X VUI. 649 1 
- Harmony of the Empire, XIX. 534 f 
Imperial Library, Imperial Britain : T. 

Johnson, XII. 626 f 
Lost possessions of England: W. F. 

Lord, VII. 685 f 
Notes on Exploration within British 

territory, X. 655 f 
Problems of the Empire: Sir H. H. 

Johnston, XX. 365 f 
Queen's Empire, The, XIV. 236 f 
Becent oourse of trade within : J. A. 

Baines, XI. 689 1 
Belative g^wths of component parts of : 

Sir R. Giffen, XIII. 688 1 
Resources, Commerce, III. 130; Be- 

sonroos, etc. : J. Lowles, XII. 105 f 
Run round the Empire: A. Hill, XI. 

576 1 
Seismic phenomena in : F. de Moutessus 

de Ballore, IX. 347 f 
Statistical abstract for colonial and 

other possessions of the U.K., IX. 

347 t, XIIL 330 1, XV. 675 f, X VL 

133 1 
Survey of Brit, protectorates, Report of 

Committee, XVIII. 590 
Unity of the Empire : J. Kirkpatrick 

and G. W. Prothero, X. 344 f 
Year-book of Imperial Institute, IV. 

472 t 
Wnchstum Englands : J. Heiderich, 
XIX. 662 t 
British Fleet, The: C. N. Robinson, V. 

187 1 
in S. America, The : Sir H. Vin- 
cent, XL 683 1 
British Isles-* 

Agricultural Census, Next: W. E. 

Bear, XV. 662 f 
Bird Migration in : W. E. Clarke, IX. 

235 1 

Britain and the British Seas: H. J. 
Mackiuder, XIX, 489 §, 523 f 

British Egg Supply : E. Brown, XVII. 
446 1 

British Isles through an opera glass : 
C. M. Taylor, XIV. 677 1 

CasselFs Gazetteer of Great Britain and 
Ireland, III. 344 f, XIII. 323 f, 676 t 

Caves and Speleology : E. A. Martel, 
X. 500 ♦ ; XI. 194 f 

Census of 1891 and rural depopulation : 
L. L. Price, IIL 529 1 ; Census, 1901, 
first results, XVIII. 202 §, 547 t 

Climbing in : W. P. H. Smith and H. 
C. Hart, VI. 484 f 

Coal Industry, XVIII. 434 ; Coal pro- 
blem; its relations to the Empire: 
C. W. Bellairs, XVIII. 323 f: Coal 
reserves at close of the nineteenth 
century: E. Hull, XVIL 547 1 ; 
Houille britannique et la question de 
IVpuisement: E. Levasseur, XVI I. 



BRITISH ISLES 

Bfitish Islet — continued, 

207 t; How long will our coal last? 

J. Geikie, XVIIL 547 1 ; Our coal 

supplies : T. F. Brown, XIV. 113 f 
Collins' Alternative Geography Reader, 

Book 11. British Isles : M. T. Yates, 

XVIL 446 1 
Commercial Geography of British Isles : 

A. J. Herbertson, XIV. 677 f 
Configuration of the Earth's Surface, 

with Special reference to British 

Isles XV. 46 
Custom's tariffs, XII. 428 f 
Demographic statistics: E. Cannan, 

XII. 203 1 
Dcscriptio Britannin, Sootiie, etc., ex 

libro Paoli Jovii : A. Famesi, I. 

473 1 
Desert conditions in Britain: J. G. 

GoodchUd, XL 662 § ; XIL 204 f 
Development of British scenery : J. E. 

Marr, XIV. 333 1 
Earthquakes, Some minor : C. David- 
son, XVL 121 t 
Eraigmtion and immigration, XIIL 

212 1 
Erratic blocks, XIV. 332 t ; XX. 241 f 
Fauna, History of, XV. 172 
Fisheries, Decay of our sea, XVIII. 

547 t 
Food Supi)ly of U. K. : R. F. Crawford, 

XVI. 121 + 220 S 
Forestry, Sad' plight of British : Sir H. 

Maxwell, XIX. 104 f 
Gazetteer of : J. Bartholomew, 11. 560 f 
Geographical conditions affecting 

British trade: G. G. Chisholm, 

XVIIL 424 • 
Geography of British Isles: li. W. 

Lyde, XIL 626 f 
Geological Survey reports, f II L ^^ ; 

VL 581 ; VII. 341 ; VIIL 808, 521 ; 

X. 119; Memoirs, Maps, etc., VIIL 
.')29t; Photographs of geological 
interest, t IX. 679; XII.i204; XIV. 
3:^2; XVL 364 

Growth of our Seaports : J. Ackland, 

XI. 90t 

Imports and Exports of 40 years : M. G. 
Mulhall, XVL 3(J4 f : Excess* of Im- 
ports : Sir R. Giffen, XIV. 113 f 

Influence of Mediterranean peoples in 
prehistoric Britain : W. B. Dawkins, 
XIX. 305 1 

Land's End to John o* Groats, Map: 
H. R. H. Inglis, IV. 382 f 

Lakes — ^Conference on scientific study 
of, XVIIL 513 : Maps of Lake dis- 
tricts of England, Scotland, and Ire- 
land: W. and A. K. Johnston, II. 
191 1 ; Proposed survey, XVIH. 418 

Literature and history of Britisli Is., 
Catalogue, XVL 574 1 

Maps — British Isles: Hirschberg and 
Oestergaard, XIX. 243 f: Geological 
Surveys, XX. 566 f 



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BSinSH I8LS8 

Biitiih ItlM — continued. 

Merchant Serrioe, British, etc.: R. J. 
Goroewall-Jonea, XIII. 329 f 

Meteorology — ^Atmoepheric pressure and 
temperature : A. Buchan, XII. 323 f; 
Atmospheric temperature. Seasonal 
variation of: W. N. 8haw and W. R. 
Cohen, XIX. 395 f ; British Rainfall, 
1897 : G. J. Symons and H. S. Wal- 
lis, Xn. 627 1; 1898, XIV. 678 f; 
1899, XVI. 695 1; Do., 1900, H. S. 
Wallis and H. R. Mill, XIX. 229 1 ; 
Frequency of rainy days in : R. H. 
Scott, XIII. 213 1 : Gales on Coasts of 
British Isles, Prevalence of: F. J. 
Brodie, XX. 554 f ; Meteorological 
Council Report, XIV. 333 f; XV. 
662 1; XVIII. 228 1; Meteorological 
Ohseryations at Stations of the Second 
Order, XI. 89 f: XIV. 224 f: XVI. 
246 1 ; XVIII. 228 1 ; Monthly Results 
of Observations at Stations of Royal 
Meteorological Society : W. Marriott, 

XVII. 319 1; Pressure, Winds, and 
Rainfall: A. J. Herbertsou, XIV. 
579 1; Rain, Diunial Range of, at 
Observatories in connection with 
Meteorological Office: R. H. Scott, 
X\l. 121 1; Rainfall: H. Mellish, 

XVIII. 104 1; Rainfall records in: 
G. J. Symons, III. 344 1; Tables: 
Gaster, XI. 309 f; Temperature 
of: A. Buchan, XIII. 557 1 ; Tempera- 
ture Tables, XX. 241 1 ; Winter 
minima on mountain tops, XIV. 
Il3t, 3J5§ 

Mineral Industry, XVIII. 228 1 ; 
Mines and quarries, general report 
and statistics ; C. Le Neve Foster, 
XIV. 333 1 : XV. 29i t, 662 f ; XVI. 
246 1 ; XVII. 207 1 

Oooan Highways : their bearing on food, 
etc. : Lord G. Hamilton, III. 436 f 

Approaches to U.K. : Sir R. 

Rawson, III. 436 f 

Pheuologioal observations: E. Mawley, 

XVII. 445 t; XVIII. 323 t 
Progress of external trade in recent 

years: S. Bourne, II. 185 f 
Proposed geographical description of: 

H. R. Mill, VII. 345 * ; XVIII. 416 ♦ 
Pythcas, the discoverer of Britain : 

Sir C. R. Markham, I. 504* 
Roman Roadfe of Britain : W. B. Paley, 

XIII. 212 1 ; Roman defences of S.E. : 

V.Horsley, XVII. 547 1 

Rural depopulation: G. B. I^ngstaff, 
III. 77 t 

Sea-fisheries and fishing areas, etc. : 
W. L. Calderwood, III. 344 1 

Shipping casualties, abstracts of re- 
turns, XVII. 86 1 

Statistical Abstract, IX. 235 f 

Submerged terraces and river valleys : 
E. Hull, XIII. 212 1 

Sub-oceanic features off coasts, XIII. 286 



BBOAOBACK BI7XB 

Bridih Ul^t—oofUinueiL 
Sunshine in : H. N. Diokson, II. 277 f 
Sydow-Habenicht: Methodischer Wand- 
Atlas, II. 94 1 
Tide-tables for British and Irish ports : 
H. R. Harris, IV. 468 f ; VIII. 190 f ; 
IX. 574 1; X. 548 1; XII. 627 1; 
XV. 78 1 ; XVI. 695 f ; XIX. 104 f, 

229 1 
Trade, Critical position of: T. H. 
Whitehead, VI. 102 f ; United King- 
dom and its Trade : H. Cox, XX. 

352 1 

Volcanoes of: Sir A. Geikie, X. .307 § 

Voyages of early Celts to and from 
British Isles: J. B. Nevius, XVIII. 
323 1 

Wages and earnings of agricultural 
labourers. Report, XVII. 208 f 

Year-book of scientific and learned So- 
cieties of Great Britain and Ireland, 
VIII. 189 1- 
Museum (Natural History), Guides 

to the fossil invertebrates, etc., in, IX. 

688 1 ; Suggestions as to collecting, etc., 

XX. 131 1 

Mycetozoa Guide : A. Lister, VII. 



448 t 



S. Africa Company, Director's 
report, XV. 296 1, 535 §; Work in 
Mashonaland, I. 322 
Brittany — 
Anthropology of: P. Topinard, X. 546 f 
Armorika : H. Credner, XVIII. 631 f 
Au pays des Homards : de Bassilan, XI. 

87 t 
Beitrage zur geographischen C^harac- 

tcristik der Bretagne : M. Friederich- 

seu, XIX. 766 f 
Book of : S. Baring-Gould, XIX. 227 1 
** Bretagne " de Kutimeyer : A. Rai- 

naud, XII. 426 f 
Bretagne et la colonisation fran9aise : 

A. Layec, XVII. 543t 
Britlany : S. Baring-Gould, XX. 551 1 
Des Divisions geographiques de la Bro 

tague : C. Barrois, X. 225 f 

Etudes sur le basse Bretagne ; L. Gal- 

louedeo; Le pays de L^n, I. 278: 

La (*urnouailles interieure, III. 344 f 

lies Bretonues : A. Dumazet, IX. 231 f 

North-Western France (Normandy and 

Brittany) : A. J. C. Hare, VL 579 1 
Pre-historic monuments of: A. B. 

Macallum, XIV. 330 1 
Renseignements statistiques sur la Bre- 
tagne : A. liayec, XX. 238 1 
Brittlebank, C. ( -. : Rate of erosion of 

some river valleys, XVI. 589 f 
Britton, A. C. : Photographs of Beira 

railway, IV. 384 f 
Brive, Les grottes artificielles des 

environs de : P. Lalande, X. 54<} t 
Brixen and Linnomann : Das Hinterland 

von Hatzfeldthafen, VI. 298 f 
Broadback river, Canada, X. 11 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I— XX. 



BBOABBSHT 

Broadbent, F. L. : Morocco, the Straits, 
and France, II. 187 f 

Broadfoot, G. : Career of, I. 473 f 

, W: KfiflriBtin and the Kaflra, 

IX. 4(51 t ; obituary of Major-Gen. S. A. 
Abbott, III. 341 

Brocard : La Sp^lcologlc de la MeuBe, 
VIII. 411 

Broch, A. : Paa hoifjeldet mellem Serbien 
og Bulgrarion, XVII. 548 f 

Brooherel, J. : The Kirghiz, XX. 668 1 

Brockbank, W. : Glacier moraines in Cum- 
berland and Westmoreland, VI. 482 f 

Brockon — Brockcn als Gcisterberg ; A. 
Kirchhoff, XVII. 444 1 ; Meteorological 
Station on, VI. 382 ; Winterbilder vom : 
H. Stade, XVII. 444 f 

Brockman, F. S. : Report on Exploration 
of N.W. Kimberley, Australia, XX. 
4.TtJ §, 471 1 

Broden, A. : De I'inflnenoe des tempe'ra- 
tures clev^es sur I'organisme humaiu, 
591 1 ; La Malaria d'apHis les dernibres 
recherohes des Italiens, XVI. 184t 

Broderick, T. N. : Explorations in New 
Zealand Alps, I. 84, 89 ; Reconaissance 
survey from Tekapo to mt. Cook, XII. 

102 1 
Brodie, F. J. : Prevalence of gales on 

coasts of the British Is., XX. 554 f ; 

Prolonged deficiency of rain in 1897 

and 1898, XV. 78 f 
Brodrick, Hon. G. ; remarks on " Monte- 
negro and its Borderlands," IV. 405; 

on address by Sir C. R. Markham, VI. 94 
, M. : Handbook for travellers in 

Lower and Upper Egypt, IX. 238 f 

-, M., and A. A. Marten : Concise 



dictionary of Egyptian ArchsBology, 

XIX. .527 t 
Broeck, E. van den : Les Mistpoeflfers, IX. 

112 1; Phenom^no de la Migration, 

XIV. 123 1 
Broeker, I). : Die FaeWier-Gruppe, VII. 

107t 
Brr.gger, W. C, and N. Rolfsen : F. 

Nunsen, 1861-189,% IX. 115 f 
Broheme, W. Africa, I. 125 
Broken Hill, Silver sulphides of, IX. 

684 1 : Visit to : M. Frewen, VI. 584 t 
Bromberg, F. G. : Cooea. river, XVIII. 

284 t 
Brooke, J. P. : Natural features of Israelite 

Bay, IX. 580 f 
Brooks, A. H. : Expeditions to Alaska, 

XIV. 322 ; XX. 106, 543 
Brooks, J. : Photographs of Monaro district, 

N. S. Wales, III. 444 1 ; Trigonometrical 

survey of Mt. Kosciusko and neighbour- 
hood, IIL 520 
Brosoh, G. R. von : Prof. Dr. Nansen und 

Payer's Karte von Franz-Josef-land, 

XVL 109§, 128t 
Brosch I., Franz Josef Land, X. 185 
Brose, M. : Deutsche Kolonialliteratur, X. 

656 1; XIV. 467 1: XVL 260 f 



BBOWV 

Broflselard-Faidherbe, Capt. : Casamanoe 
et Mellacoree, Penetration an Sondan, 
I. 377 1 

Brouage, Une visite k: G. Manberger, 
XVIIL 453 1 

Brough, B. H. : Mining, etc., Industries of 
Sweden, XI. 193 f 

Brough ton-Bai, Die : Immanuel, V. ISOf 

Brousse, E. : L'Endave espagnole de 
Llif ia, XIII. 452 1 

Brousseau, S. : on Franco-Brazilian con- 
tested territory, XIV. 213; Richeases 
de la Guyane Franco-Bresilien, XIX. 
236 1 

Broussa, report (Foreign Office), XII. 630 1 

Brower, Hon. J. V.: Explorations on 
headquarters of the Missouri, IX. 328 : 
Mississippi river and its source, V. 609 f ; 
VI. 285 f ; VIIL 312 f ; IX. 579 f ; Pre- 
historic man at the headwaters of the 
Mississippi, VII. 565 f 

Brown, A. S. : Guide to S. Africa for use 
of tourists, etc., XV. 440 f; Madeira 
and Canary Is., XIIL 680 f; XIX. 

107 t 
, B. C. : Three days with Mt. King, 

VIIL 191 1; About the headwaters of S. 

and Middle Forks of King's river, VIIL 

312 1; Wanderings in the hi^h Sierra 

between Mt. King and Mt. Williamson, 

IX. 464 1 

-, E. : British egg supply, XVII. 



446 1 



E. R. : Geography work for 
primary children in citv schools, XV 11. 
455 1 

-, F. F. : Dawson of to^iay, XVII. 



451 1 

, Rev. G. : Photographs of Br. and 

Gorm. New Guinea, XV. 452 

-, H. S. : From Calcutta to Bombay 



coasting, XX. 555 f 

-, H. Y. L. : Geological map of S. 



Australia, XVII. 459 1 : Do. of Northern 
Territory, XVII. 459 f; S. Australia, 
Explorations in N. Territory, VII. 336 f, 
554 § 

-, J.: Flags of Britain and hor 



Cfilonies, etc.. All. 444 f 

-, J. A. : High-level river drift 



between Han well and Iver, VI. 483 1 ; 
Stone implements from Pitcaim I., 
XVII. 680 1 

-, J. S. : Fur-seals and Bering Hea 



arbitration, IV. 578 f 

-, M. W. : Equipment of exploring 



expeditions, XI II. 220 f 

-, P. : Temperature records on British 



mountain-tops, XIV. 113 f, 316 § 

-, R. : History and description of 



Africa by L. Africanus, edited by, VIIL 
580 t ; obituary, VI. 577 ; obituary of 
H. Rink, III. 65; Origin of ancient 
northern constellation figures, X. 345 f ; 
Story of Africa and its Explorers, I. 
182t; IL 568t; IV. 470t; V. 609t 



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IfftOWV 

Brown, B. H. : Fayum and Lake Moeris, 
L 55 §, 84 1 ; Land of GoBchen and the 

Exodus, XIV. 117 1 
, T. F. : Our coal supplies, XIV. 

113 1 



-, W. H. : On the S. African frontier, 

XIV. 582 1 

-, Mt., and sources of the Athabasca : 



A. P. Coleman, V. 53 ♦ ; height, etc., V. 

58; XIIL 345,354 
Bro#De, C. R. : Ethnography of Ballvcroy, 

IX. 458 1; of Clare I. and luishturk, 

Xin. 319 1; of Co. Mayo, VIL 328 1; 

of Ini^hbofin and Inishshark, IV. 185 f 
, and A. C. Haddon : Ethnography 

of Aran Is., Co. Gal way, II. 5(51 f 
, R 6. : A year among the Persians, 

III, 346 1 

■, G. F. ; letter on map of Centr. 



and 8. Manchuria, XV. 654 

-, J. B. : Across the Gulf by rail to 



KeyA^'est, VTn.4l9t 
Brownell, C. L. : Heart of Japan, XX. 

667 1 
Brown-Harvard expedition to E. Coast of 

Labrador, XX. 232; Report: E. B. 

Delabarre, XX. 559 f 
Browning, H. : A girl's wanderings in 

Hungary, VIII. 648 f 
Brownlie, A. : Science of the tides, XVII. 

681 1 ; Solution of problem of tidal bore, 

XIX. 408 1 ; Tides in the midst of the 

Pacific Ocean, XX. 361 f 
Bmay, Excursion aux Minos de, XV. 660 f 
Brace, A. L. : obituary. III. 67 
, Hon. C. G. : Mission to Chitral, I. 

134, 455; Mountaineering in Plimalayas, 

X VIL 550 t 

-, W. S. : Animal Life observed during 



voyage to Antarctic seas, IV. 285 1; 
Antarctic exploration, VIII. 194 1; 
Arctic and Antarctic, XIX. 532 f : 
Biographv of Baron A. E. von Nor- 
denskjijld, XTX. 409 t ; Cruise of 
BaUena and Active in Antarctic, 
VIL 502*; Photographs of Antarctic 
regions, VL 204; Preliminary report 
on whaling voyage to Antarctic, II. 
430; remarks on "Renewal of Ant- 
arctic exploration,*' III. 85; Scottish 
National Antarctic expedition, XVI. 
255 1 ; XVIII. 539 ; XIX. 404 1 ; XX. 6, 
440, 673 1 : Spitzbergen 1898 and 1899, 
XVI. 587 1; With the yachts Blmeathra 
and Princeise Alice to Barents and 
Greenland Seas, XIIL 685 f; Zoology 
of Franz Josef Land, XL 137 

and C. Donald : Cruise 



of BaJmna and Active in Antarctic 

Seas, VIII. 422 1 
Bruch, J. : Des Aristoteles Heimat oder 

die Halbinsel Chalcidice, I. 564 f 
Bruchhausen, K. von: Abessinien als 

Goldland, XIX. 771 f : Die alten und 

neuen Grenzen Erythriias, XII. 434 f; 

Eine dentsche Kolilenstation im Roten 



BBTTHirSB 

Meero, XIX. 106 f ; on Uchungwe mts., 
X. 638 
Bruckmann, A.: Illustrated Guides, V. 

895 1 
Brilckner, A. : Eamtsohatka, III. 160t 

, E. : Der Einflnss der Klima- 

schwankungen, etc., VI. 579 f; Die 
feste Erdrinde und ihre Formen, XVII. 
216 1; Die Frage der Weltkarte im 
Massstab 1 : 1,000,000, VIII. 533 f ; Die 
Schweizerische Landsohaft einst und 
jetzt, XVL 578 1: XVIL 445 f; on 
daily variation in discharge of Alpine 
rivers, IV. 562 ; on heights of rivers, X. 
620; on surface changes since middle 
of seventeenth century in Canton Zliriob, 
VIII. 634; on variations of climate in 
farming, V. 267; Rapports du Comite' 
du Ve. Congi^ international, VHI. 
534 t ; Ueber den Einfluss der Schnee- 
decke auf das Klima der Alpen, III. 
255 1 ; Ueber die angebliche Aenderung 
der Entfemuug zwischen Jura und 
Alpen, IIL I57t; Ueber die Herkunfk 
des Regens, XV. 444 t : Ueber Schwank- 
ungen der Seen und Meere, III. 256 f : 
Veranderungen der Erdoberflaohe im 
Umkreis des Eantons Zurich, IX. 234 f ; 
Zur Frage der 85-jahrigen Klima- 
Bchwankungen, XX. 674 f 
Bruges, sa procession ct les travaux du 

g)rt de Heyst : V. Pigache, XIIL 675 f ; 
ruges et le nouveau canal maritime : 
J. du Fief, XIIL 317 1 ; Ship Canal, etc. : 
L. F. Vernon Harcourt, XIV. 674 1 

Brugi^re, F. : li'expansion eumpeene 
pendant le XIX«. sifecle, XVIII. 5.56 f 

Brugsch, H. ; biography : W. Wolken- 
hauer, V. 400 f 

Bmhl, G. : Valparaiso und sein Deutsch- 
tum, IX. 465 1 

Bruhns, B. : Ueber die vorgeschichtliche 
Beviilkerung auf deutsohen Boden, XX. 
350 1 

Brunet, L. et L. Giethlcn: Dahomey et 
Dependances, XVIl. 822 f 

Brunbcs, J. : Etude de geographic 
humaine, XX. 675 1; Les irrigations 
en Egypte, XI. 198t; L'Homme et la 
terre cultivde, XVI. 131 f ; Quelques 
forracs speciales de la penetration 
anglaise en Egypte, XVIIL 232 ; Sur 
quelques phenomenes d'erosion et de 
corrosion fluvialcs, XL 573; Sur nn 
prlncipe de classification rationnello 
des gorges oreusees par les conrs d'eau, 
XX. 364 1 

Brnn, J. : La Roumauie actuelle, XL 

193 1, 681 1 
Brunei and Sarawak, Trade (Foreign 

Office Bep.), XVL €97 1 
Brunet, L. : Un projct de colonisation 

Russe dans la Mediterranee au XVIII". 

siliole, XL565t, 681t 
Brunner, H. : Aiitarktls, XIL 102 f; 

Durch Asiens Wusten, XV. 550 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L-XX. 



BBTTBA 

Braaa, IX. 151 ; Country between Bnua 
and Beyiik, IX. 264 ; Brnga to Kirka- 
gach, table of altitudes, IX. 275 

Brussels, International Colonial Institute 
at, III. 523 

Brunn, D. : Andr^ search expedition 
under, XIII. 200 ; Arknologiske 
Undersogclser paa Island, XY. 661 f ; 
XVIL 244 1: Cave Dwellers of S. 
Tunisia, XIII. 215 f, 415 §; Den 
arkffiologiske Expedition til Jaliane- 
haabs distrikt 1894, YI. 99 f ; Gjennon 
affolkede Bygder paa Islands indre 
Hojland, XI. 680 1 ; Yed Yatna JokuUs 
Nordrand, XX. 851 f 

Bruun, Cape, Franz Josef Land, X. 186 

Bruyant, C. : Les lacs d^Anyergne et 
I'agriculture, XX. 349 f 

Bruyn, H. E. de : Relation between mean 
sea-level and height of half-tide, XYII. 

216t 

Broyssel, E. van : La Re'pablique du 
Paraguay, I. 569 f 

Bruzzo, G. : Di Grazioso Benincaaa e del 
sno Portolano, X. 654 f 

Bryan, Lieut. : journey to Bauchi, Nigeria, 
XIY. 447 

Bryant, H. G. : Arctic expedition of, IV. 
19; Drift casks to determine Arctic 
currents, XV. 443 f: XIX. 404 f; 
Journey to Grand Falls of Labrador, 
III. 533; YL 583 1; Notes on most 
northern Eskimos, VIII. 426 f; Peary 
auxiliary expc^dition, 1894, IV. 581 * ; 
VI. 585 1; Photographs of Mt. St. 
Eliasrange, XII. 112 

, J. : Glimpses of Australian ex- 
ploration, XIX. 237 1 

Bryce, A. ; remarks on ** Journeys in Fr. 
Indo-China," II. 211 ; on "Journeys in 
Siamese E. Coast States," XI. 490 

— -, (t. : Asslniboine river and its forts, 
III. 253 1 ; Early days in Winnipeg, IV. 
378 t ; Early Red River culture, XVIII. 
332 t ; Lake of the Woods, XI. 200 1 ; 
Sketch of life and discoveries of R. 
Campbell, XIII. 570 f; Worthies of 
Old Bed River, IX. 107 t 

-« lit. Hon. J. : Economic geography 



of Rhodesia, X. 474 ; Importance of 
geography in education, XIX. 301 * ; 
Impressions of S. Africa, XI. 94; XII. 
800 §; XV. 194; remarks at Anni- 
versary dinner 1892, II. 85; remarks on 
" Geographical conditions determining 
history and religion in Asia Mi.," XX. 
275 ; Transcaucasia and Ararat, IX. 

339t 

, J. A. ; remarks on " Notes on 



journey to S.W. Provinces of Siam, 
VI. 543 
Bryden, H. A.: Extermination of great 
game in B. Africa, V. 90 f; Gun and 
camera in 8. Africa, II. 90 f ; HI. 499 f ; 
remarks on *' Notes on portion of Kala- 
hari," I. 338 



BVCHVXB 

Brymner, D. : Death of Sir H. Gilbert, 
XII. 104 1 ; Jamaica Maroons, How they 
came to Nova Scotia, IX. 341 f 

Bnaohe, P. ; contoured maps invented by, 
YI. 369 ; Un m^moire et une lettre da 
geographe : F. Yuacheux, XX. 675 f 

Bubenday, J. F. : Die Temperature des 
fliessendeu Wassers znr Zeit dcr 
Eisbildung, lY. 89 1 

Bubanjidda, W. Africa, Y. 50 

Buch, L. von : biography, XYII. 682 f 

Buchan, A. : Annual rainfall of Scotland 
from 1800 to 1898, XYL 364 f; Fogs 
and storms on ooeats of Scotland, XX. 
241 1 ; Mean atmospheric pressure and 
temperature of British Is., XII. 323 1; 
on oceanic circulation, Y. 863 ; Rainfall 
of S. Africa, IX. 570 1 : renuurks on 
** Annual range of ocean temperature," 
XII. 135 : on '* Renewal of Antarctic 
exploratiou," III. 35; Royal Society's 
Antarctic meeting, XI. 421 ; SpcciiSo 
gravities, etc., YII. 683 1 ; Temperature 
of British Is., XIII. 557 t ; Temper- 
ature of London for 130 years, 1763- 
1892, II. 87 t ; Tidal currents of North 
Sea, XIY. 588 1 ; XVI. 704 f 

Buchanan, E. M. : Report on forests 
around Stewart sound, N. Andamans, 
IX. 321 1, 575 1 

, J. : Agricultural work in 

Nyassaland, V. 202 ; Industrial de- 
velopment of Nyassaland, I. 245 * ; 
obituary, YIII. 79 

J. Y. : Cruise of PrincesM 



Alice, IV. 368; XX. 546; Chemical 
and physical notes, XIX. Ill f ; Guinea 
and Equatorial currents, VII. 267*; 
Meteorology of Ben Nevis in clear and 
foggy weather, XVI. 695 f; Modifica- 
tions of water-bottle and thermometer 
for deop-sea research. III. 351 f; On 
physical and chemical work of an 
Antarctic expedition, XIV. 552 f ; XV. 
197 1 ; On rapid variations of atmo- 
spheric temperature, V. 397 f ; remarks 
on limits between geology and physical 
geography, II. 533; Report on geo- 
graphy at Cambridge, II. 25 ; Retro- 
spect of oceanography, YIII. 424 1 ; 
Sur la deusitc et ralcaliclt^ des eaux do 
TAtlantique et de la Mediterranee, II. 
374 §, 567 t ; V. 398 f ; Temperature of 
deep ocean water, I Y. 260 ; Use of the 
globe in study of crystallography, VIII. 
423 1 ; Use of hydrometer, V. 363 ; 
Work at Cambridge, II. 16 

Buchenstein valley. Wedges of lower and 
middle Trias above plane of oyerthrust 
in, XYI. 462 

Buchet, G. : Planktonm^tre pour pSchos 
pelagiques k grande vitesse, XYI. 374 f 

Buchheister, M. : Die Elbe und der Hafen 
von Hamburg, XV. 293 f 

Buchner, E. : Aussterben des Wisenii 
iBison honasue), IX. 659§, 686t 



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BlfCHHIB 

Buchner, L. : Die Insel Nikaria, V. 287 1 ; 

The origin of mankind, IIL 256 f 
Bocbs, Y. : Vojagei en Abyarinie, X. 

456 1; XIV. 117 1 
Bnchwald, J. : Beitrag . . . der Vegeta- 
tion Yon Wesi-Uaambara, IX. 340 f 
Booking, H. : Beitrage zor Geologie von 

Celebe«, XV. 664 f 
BDokinghamahire — Copper traceB in 
Bucn and Montgomery Coanties: B. 
B. Lyman, XIIL 566 1 
Baokley, R. B. : Irrigation worka in 

Egypt and India, II. 188 f 
Bnckman, S. S. : Development of rivers, 
and . . . Genesis of the Severn, XIV. 
88 §, 113 1; XX. 533§, 666t; Valley 
of Lower Wye, XV. 79 1 
Bodak Raja of Trengganu, IX. 17 
Budapest--- 
Capital, in 1891 : J. Koiosv and G. 

Thirring, IX. 469 1 
Extraits de Monographies pames em 

la Wile de : K. Havasa, XX. 120 f 
XatalilAta- und Mortalitata-Vcrh'alt- 
niase : J. von Kiirusy und G. Thirring, 
XIII. 88 1 
Population and area, IX. 88 ; Population 
de la ville de : A. Berecz, VIII. 648 f ; 
IX. 232 1 
Resultate der Volkabeschreibungs und 
Volksz'ahlung : J. Koran und G. 
Thirring, VII. 108 f 
Statistics — History of statistical bureau 
of : G. Thirring, IV. 469 1 ; Publica- 
tionen des Statistischen Bureaus : J. 
von Kortisy, VIII. 88 f : Statistisches 
Jahrbuch: G. Thirring, XIV. Ill f 
Sterblichkeit der Haupt- und Residenz- 
atadt Budapest : J. von Korijsy, 
XVIIL 632 t 
Budda Ardesa ; E. Africa, VIII. 134 
Buddha; Legends and Miracles of: N. 
Chandra Das, XIIL 571 f ; Tibetan 
guide-books to lost aitos of Buddha's 
birth and death: L. A. Waddell, X. 
455 1 
Buddhist caves near Saitn, IIL 460 

• monastery at JSohnag: V. A. 

Smith, XVI. 487 § 

pilgrims to India, journeys of, 

VIIL243 
• praying-wheel : W. W. Simp- 
son, IX. 348 1 
Buddu and Ankoli, C^pt. Aahbumham's 
surveys, XV. 65; Buddu, Koki and 
Ankole, surveys in : Hobart, XII. 189 ; 
Route from Buddu to Kitangule, VI. 
304 
Budge, E. A. W. : Egyptian antiquities in 
poflseaaion of T^dy Meux, VIII. 652 f ; 
Life and exploits of Alexander the 
Great, VIL 449 1; Lives of Mabft, 
Sev6n and Gabra KreBtdB,XIII. 571 f 
Budnma tribe, Lake Chad, XVII. 144 
Buelna, L. E. : La AtUntida, XIIL 461 f 
Buenaventura, Colombia, XVII. 350 



BUKOYIVA 

Buenos Ayres (city and provinoe)— • 
Agriculture, Velevage . . . dana la 

Province en 1895, X. 553 f 
Anales del Museo Nacional de Buenoe 

Aires : C. Berg, XIV. 341 f 
Annuaire Statistique, VIII. 313 f ; 

X. 651 1 ; XIV. 684 1 ; XVI. 702 f ; 

XX. 671 1 
Anuario de la Direccion General de 

Etadistica, XIV. 684 f 
Buenos Aires k Valparaiso : J. Lefaivre, 

IX. 464 1 
Bureau de'mographique, XIV. 669 
Estudios sobre puertos en la Provincia 

de : J. B. Figueroa, XIIL 324 f, 197 f 
Geologia de la Provincia de Buenoa 

Aires, Contribuciones al Conocimiento 

de la : R. Hauthal, XIX. 402 f 
Harbour Works : J. M. Dobson, XV. 

84t; 442t 
Map of Province: E. Delachaux, III. 

539 1 
Memoria : E. Frers, VII. 334 f 
Nota sobre la industria de la pesca en la 

provincia de : F. Lahille, VII. 444 t 
Provincia de Buenos Aires : E. Frers, 

IX. 108 1 
Sanitary Works : Hon. R. C. Paraona, 

Vm. 419t 
Trade of Conaular district (ForeignOiBce 
Rep.), XVI. 584 f ; XVIIL 335 f 

Buenos Ayres and Pacific Railway Co. ; 
Map of Argentine railways, XV. 202 f 

Buenoe Ayres lake, Patagonia, XIV. 
354 • XV 11. 404 

Buganda : G.' Baskervllle, VIIL 652 f 

Bugonia of the Ancients, and its relation 
to Bri$lalU tenaz : C. R. Osten-Sacken, 
III. 353 1 ; Bugonia-lore of the Ancients : 
C. R. Osten-Sacken, VIL 224 t 

Bugres, H. Meyer uber die, VIII. 420 f 

Bugufu, E. Africa, VI. 315 

Buhain gal, C. Asia, III. 464 

Buhle, H. : Das Deutscbtum in Guate- 
mala, XIX. 402 t 

Buhler, G. : Origin of town of Ajmer, XL 

311 1 

, W. : Ueber den Einfluss der 

Schneedecke auf die Temperatur der 
Erdoberflache, XX. 364 f 

Ebermayer, and others : 



Einfluss des W^aldes auf den Stand der 

Gewaaser, XV. 198 1 
Buhse, F. : Die groase persischer Salz- 

wiiste, I. 84 t 
Buinurd, Persia, X. 576 
Buka river, Tibet, XII. 273 
Bukhara : $ee Bokhara 
Bukhteyoff, A. : Hydrographical researches 

... on NovayaZemblya,XII. 93 f 
Bukhtarma river, Sources of: V. Tronoff, 

XIL 207 1; glacier, Tronoflf on, XL 177 
Bukoba, Der Bezirk: Richter,XIV. 681 f 
Bnkovina — 

Aus dem Gebirge der: C. V. Hormu- 
zaki, XIIL 529 §, 554 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



mXOYtSk 

Bukovina — eontinued. 
Hartile - Buooyinei : D. Olinesou, IX. 

675 1 
Herkunft der Dentschen in der : R. F. 

Kaindl, IX. 457 t 
BukowBki, G. : Ergebniase der in 1890- 
91 in sildwestlichen Kleinasien geo- 
logischon Untersuchungen, I. B75t; 
Geologische Uebersichtskarte der Ingel 
Rhodufl, XIV. 455 1 
Bulatovitch, A. K.; explorations 8. of 
Abyssinia, XIV. 663 ; Deir Abissinia al 
lago Rodolfo per il Caffa, XV. 438 1 
Buleon, R. P. : Excursion au pays des 

Eshiras, V. 283 f 
Buluwayo— railway, X. 828; XIII. 377 ; 
Bulawayo to Victoria Falls : A. Lawley, 
XIII. 94 t 
Bulgaria — 

Map; Verteilung der j'ahrlichen Nie- 
derschlage in Bulgarien : C. Kassner, 
XX. 367 1 
Xit^orschlagsverteilung in Bulgarien: 

V. Kassner, XX. 551 1 
Xomenclatura orograflca della Bul- 
garia : C'. Gamier. XI. 446 1 
Photographs : N. E. Buxton, XIX. 639 
Sources et pertes des eaux en Bulgarle : 

H. etK. Scorpil, XlV.llOt 
Trade, XII. 636 1 : XV. 187 1 : XVI. 570t 
Bull, H. J. : Cruise of AfUarctio to S. 

Polar regions, VIII. 422 f 
Bullen, F. T.: Cruise of the Caohaloty 

XIII. 331 1 

BuUer, E. W. : Semi-azimuths, a new 

method of navigation, II. 373 
, Sir W. : Horowhenua commission, 

IX. 243 1 ; Illustrations of Darwinism 

and other papers, VI. 99 f 
Bullock, T. L. : Intercourse in the past 

between China and foreign countries, 

XIV. 456 1 

Bulow, W. von : Die Diirre des Jahres 1 896 
auf der Insel Savaii, X. 123 f; Die 
Namen der Samoa-Inseln, XVI. 491 t 

Buls. C. : Du Stanley Pool au Stanley 
Falls, XV. 193 1 

Bnlugebi(»tes. Begleitworte zu der Karte 
des nordlichen : M. Moisel, XIV. 460 f 

Bulun Kul and Yashil Kul, C. Asia, II. 393 

Bumba river, C. Africa, XIV. 445 

Bumban, W. Africa, altitude, etc., X. 240, 
393, 397 

Bunbury, Der Hafcn von : H. Tiedemann, 

XV. 87 t 

Bunburv, Sir E. H. ; obituary : Sir C. R. 

Markham, V. 498 
Bunde tribe. Sierra Leone, IV. 1 32 
Bundooism, Modem, in Pagan Africa : F. 

Snelson, XIV. 458 t 
Bundu ceremony. Sierra Leone, IV. 134 
Buner, Ancient topography of ; Stein on, 

XIV. 660 
Bunju lake : see Luo 
Bunter ; pebble beds, IX. 82 
Bunya Bunya range, Queensland ; Notes 



BUBVA 

on two traverses of: R. L. Jack, XL 

456 1 
Bnondelmonti, C. : Description des Des de 

r Archipel, XII. 321 f 
Bur Dap mt, Somaliland, XI. 26, 39; 

XII. 78 
Burd valley, E. Africa, V. 550, 552 
Burada, T. T. : Rem&siti lomftnestt In 

Galifift, XL 679 f ; RomAnii din Istria, 

IX. 675 1 
Burchard, O. : Ein Beeuoh der Inael 

Palma,XX. 668t 
Bnrchardt, H. : Reiseskizzen aus dem 

Yemen, XX. 666 1 
Burckhardt, C. : Profllsgeologiquestrans- 

versaux de la Cordill^re Argentino- 

Chilienne, XVL 701 1: Rapport pre'- 

liminaire sur une Expedition geologique 

dans la region andine, XV. 181 §, 196 1 ; 

Traces geologiques d*un ancien con- 
tinent paciflque, XVIII. 340 f, 540 § 
, F. : Zur Erinnerung an Tycho 

Brahe, XX 473 f 
Bure, P. : Tientsin, XIV. 579 1 
Bure district, N.E. Africa, XVII. 507 
Bureau, E. : La flore de Madagascar, VII. 

443 1 
Buresch, K. : Aus Lydien, XL 682 t 
Burgani country, E. Africa, II. 133 
Burgess, J. : Geographical place-names in 

Europe and the East, VIII. 536 f 
Burgklehner, M. : Tirolische Landtafeln, 

XIX. 785 1 
Buria, W. Africa ; altitude, etc., X. 393, 

397 
Burian, J.: Combinierter Umdruok einer 

Farbenkarte, XVIII. 458 1 
Burkeneji tribe, E. Africa, IL 538 
Burkhan Buda mts., C. Asia, XVII. 304 
Burkhard, W. : Das Obsorvatorium auf 

der Zugspitze, XVII. 443 f 
Burle tribe, E. Africa, VIII. 224 
Burls, H. T. : Ascent of Mt. Kinabalu, 

XIV. 207; Photographs of Robinson 

range in Alaska, XIII. 104 f 
Burma — 

Arcliaeology, Papers on subjects relating 
to: Forchhammer, I. 473 1: Notes 
on archseological toar through Ram- 
annadesa : Tan Sein-ko, III. 70 f 

Birmanie, les pagodes, etc. : E. Gallois, 
XL 567 t 

Burma : M. and B. Ferrars, XVI. 365 1 

: H. Schmiiz, XIII. 558 1 

under British rule, and before : 

J. Nisbet, XIX. 524 f 

Burmo-Chinese sub-region of geography 
of mammals, VIII. 380, 383 

Calculating tables in Iihiglish and 
Burmese : J. D. Clany, IX 582 f 

Census, 1891, VIII. 650 t 

Chin Hills ; History of People, etc : B. 
8. (^arey and H. N. Tuck, VIII. 650 f ; 
The Siyin Chins: F. M. Rundall, 
III. 160 t 

Der Aussatz in Birma, VII. 677 t 



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BVKXA 

Buma— oonifttitMcZ. 
Diary of E. 8. Oarey, Jado Mines 

Escort, IX. 338 1 
Etbnographie dee Bimuiiui Karins: J. 

B. Bringand, IX. 104 f 
Exploration, etc. — Along a Shan Koad, 

Upper Burma: W. Bntherland, XI. 
688 1 ; Arracan Expedition, 1825, 
XVI. 365 1 ; Birmania e il viaggio di 
L. Fea: C. Bertacchi, X. 339 f; 
Sana Kachin expedition. Report: 
M. N. Turner, IX. 338 1; «ban 
States, Report on tonr tbroagh : G. 

C. Rigby, IX. 838 f; Unexplored 
Areas, ll. 492 ; Wanderings in 
Bnrma : G. W. Bird, XI. 683 f 

Far Catbay and Farther India : Major- 
Gen. A. R. Macmahon, I. 83 1 

Frontiers — Boundary Oommission sur- 
veys, XIV. 314 ; Burmo-Chinesc 
Frontier, etc. : E. H. Parker, X. 228 1 ; 
Frontier districts. Reports by officers 
of Intelligence Branch, X. 825 

(lazetteer of Upper Burma and Shan 
States: J. G. Scott and J. P. Hardi- 
man, XVII. 549 1; XVIII. 6:^t 

Cieology of Country along Mandalay- 
Rnnlong Ferry railway route : P. N. 
Dutta, XVI. 577 1 

How the famine came to Burma: H. 
Fielding, IX. 680 f 

Kachin Hills, note on botany : E. 
Fottinger and D. Prain, XIII. 558 f ; 
Kachins of the Chinese borderland, 

F. A. Steven, XII. 96 1 

Kairuma . . . columns. Chin HilU, re- 
port : C. H. Turner, IX. 338 f 

Mababodhi or Great Buddhist Temple : 
Sir A. Cunningham, II. 89 f 

Miocene of: F. Noetling, XVII. 88 f 

Myingjran, etc., districts in Burma, 
Geology : G. Grimes, XIV. 458 1 

Petroleum in : F. Noetling, XI. 567 1 

Railways — Burma-China railway : W. 
Sherriff, XVI. 696 1 ; Burma-Karcuni, 
VII. 601 ; Burma-Sechuan : E. C. 
Pottinger*s surveys, XVI. 680 ; Com- 
munication with W. C'hina, XIX. 273, 
276 ; Railways in Bnrma : J. Nisbett, 
XIII. 568 1 

Sanitarium in. Report on various sites 
for : C. E. Macquoid, XII. 431 1 

Spiders of: S. Thorell, XI. 90 f 

Supposed ** Tribute " to China : E. H. 
Parker, XII. 430 1 

Surveys, II. 152; VI. 29; in Upper 
Burma, VIII. 58; (topographical 
work), XI. 60 

Thetta column and work in S. Chin 
Hills, Report: J. Harvey, IX. 338 f 

Trade, IX. 838 f; Internal, Xt. 312 f; 
with Yunnan, X. 209 

Transliteration of Burmese into English 
tables, IX. 575 t ; of Shan names into 
English, XVI. 696 1 

Verteorate animals in India, Ceylon, 



BUBOHAH 

Burma — continued. 

and Burma; Distribntaon of :- W. T. 
BUnford, XIX. 524 f ; XIX. 633 § 
War, Unpublished Document relating 
to First Burmese, X. 648 f : Third 
do. : A. Keene, XIV. 115 1 
Bum, R. : Bakhtiari Hills, XI. 452 f 
Bume, Sir O. T. : The Colonies; their 
Arts, etc., XI. 208 f ; India ; its ArU, 
etc., IX. 104 1 
Burnley, W. H. : Tobacco and cotton 
cultivation in Br. W. India Colonies, X. 

652 1 

Burn-Murdoch, W. G. : From Edinburgh 
to the Antarctic, V. 92t, 174 §; Geo- 
graphical paintings at the British Ass., 
11.828 

Bums, E. : Coinage of Scotland, XII. 205 f 

Burr, W. H. : Panama route for a ship 
canal, XX. 469 f 

Burrard, S. G. : Attraction of Himalaya 
Mts. upon plumb-line in India, XIX. 
685 §; XX. 123 1; on longitude of 
Madras, XI. 174; Report on recent 
determination of do., XI. 195 f 

and E. Roberts: Tide tables for 

Indian ports, XI. 812 f ; XIII. 454 f 

Borroughs, J., J. Muir, G. Grinnell, and 
others: Results of Harriman Alaska 
expedition, XX. 247 f 

Burrows, A. J. : on changes in Romney 
Marsh, IX. 546 

, F. R. : Methods of teaching 

geography, IX. 116 f : Teaching of 
geography in preparatory schools, XVII. 

682 1 

, G. : Land of the Pigmies, XIII. 



215 1, 417 6; Natives of Upper Welle 

district, XIII. 561 f 
Burton, Rev. A. : On a bicycle in 

Australian Wilds, XV. 86 1 

, Lady ; death of, VII. 559 

, R. G. : Conquest of Java, XIX. 

654 1 



-, Sir R. ; Geographical work in 
Africa, IX. 599; Life of: Lady Burton, 
II. 381 1 : Pilgrimage to Mecca, XIV. 
334 1; The Trae Life of: G. M. 

Stisted, IX. 345t 
Buru : aee Doenyo Buru 
BurukisB pass, C. Asia, VI. 352 
Burusch van Masarek, Het : H. Hendriks, 

IX. 576 t 
Bury: Journey in Hadramaut, XIII. 

638 
Busano mt, E. Africa, IX. 180 
Buscalione; expedition to Amacson valley, 

XIV. 213 
Bush, N. A. : I'rcliminary report on 

journey in N.W. Caucasus, XI. 568 t ; 

Vorl'auflger Bericht fiber eine Reise in 

den nordwestlicheu E^ukasus, XIII. 

428§,454t 
•— and N. N. Schukin : Explorations 

of Caucasian glaciers, IX. 567 
Boschau, G. : Bornholm, XIV. 576 1 ; 



t Bibliogrtphicftl ealry, 



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GENBBA.L INDEX TO VOLS. I.^XX. 



BU80HIFO 

Der Stand unserer Eenntnia fiber die 
Ba»ken, XVII. 564 f; Verbreitung 
Eintbeilung mid Ursprung der slavi- 
Bcbcn Volkerstamme, XIX. 528 f 

BtiBcbing, P.: Die Entwickelung der 
handels-politiscben Beziehnngen zwi- 
scben England and seinen Kolonien, 
XX, 565 1 

BuBcbtejew, A. von : Aofnabme der 
Bjeluschja- und Bogatscbew-Bai, 
Novaya Zemlya (map), XII. 644 1 

Bush fires, Harmfalness of : H. A. 
NicbollB, XVII. 682 1 

Bush river, Bockv mts., XVII. 256, 267 

Yalley, XVtl. 264 

BDsbmcn of S. Africa, mig^tions of, VI. 
468 

Busi basin, E. Africa, II. 508 

Basoga, Uganda, XIX. 20 

BuBSa, cbief, Borgn, VI. 209 

Bussa rapids, Niger, IX. 444 

Busaon, H. : Ije deVeloppement geb- 
graphiqae de la colonisation agrioole en 
Algerie, XI. 453 t : Lo regime da Niger, 
V. 283 1 ; I^B vallees de 1' Aar^, XV. 

296t 
BusBorab; Trade Rep., I. 268 §; XVI. 

867 1; XIX. 231 1 
Busumcbwi lake, M. Fergosson's account 

of, XIX. 870 ; $ee aim Obosomtwe 
Butcmbo country, C. Africa, V. 360 
Butler, Sir W. : Nile cataiaots, XI. 198 f ; 

Memoir of: E. Cruiksbank, IX. 115 f 
Buttermerc ; deptb, etc., IV. 238 ; origin, 

VII. 618 ; surreys, II. 548 ; VI. 68, 162 
Button, E. : Disooyery of gold in Zout- 

pansberg district, II. 218 

, Sir T. : M. Cbristy, XII. 104 1 

Butyka, D. : Lcs Kourdes dc Toucst et 

lour pays, etc., I. 279 1 
BuTuma T., Victoria Nyanza, XIX. 18 
Buxton, E. N. : On either side of tbe Red 

Sea, VI. 487 t; Short stalks, I. 91 1; 

XII. 106 1 
, N. : Pbotographs of Albania, 

Sorvia, and Maocnonia, XV. 308; of 

Bulgaria, XIX 539 

-, Sir T. F. ; remarks on " Artesian 



water-supply of Australia,*' XIX. 571 
Buzzard, C. K. : Two months' trip into 

Mongolia, IX. 459 1 
Bygone Sussex : W. Axon, IX. 235 f 
Byron, Adm. ; visit to Gilbert Is., VI. 330 
Bysmaliths : J. P. Iddings, XIII. 219 1 
Bystrom, A. H. : Earta cifver Vermlandii 

Liin, XI. 108 1; Sverigc i utlandska 

Kartvert, VII. 561 
Bythell : Surveys in W. Swat, XII. 358 



C. 



C'aborga, A. : La Isla de Ponape', II. 188 1 

Cables — Dislocation per mile per year, 

table, X. 281 ; fractures, cause of, 

XIV. 394 ; (J. Milne on), X. 259 ; 



CABOT 

Cables — continued. 

Imperial oommonications, XIII. 100 f ; 

Soundings in Pacifto, Comm. Tanner 

on, I. 463 
All-British cable system: A. S. Hurd, 

XIII. 462 t 
Trans -Pacific cable, IX. 

689 1 ; XX. 573, 658 
Cable laying on Amazon river : A. 

Siemens, X. 122 t, 542 § 
Cables sous-marins, etc. : J. Dopcllcy, 

VIII. 536 1 
tele'graphiques allemands : XVII . 

683t 
Carte g^ne'ralc des grandes communica- 
tions tele'graphiqucsda monde,XVIII. 

654 1 

Communications telegrapbiques sous- 
marines : A. Salaignao, XIII. 570 1 

Projets de cables : G. Demanche, XVI. 

131 1 
Question det cables sous-marins : L. R., 

XVII I. 460 1 
Routes of submarine cables : C. \\. 

Bellairs, XVII. 457 t 
Submarine and land telegraph systems 
of the world. XVIII. 241 f 
Cabo Gracias £ Dies, town, C. America, 

XI. 660 
Caborne, W. F. : Antarctic Exploration, 

XIII. 327 1 
Cabot- 
Cabot and the transmission of English 
power in N. America : J. M'ineor, IX. 

467 1 

bibliography, with introductory 

oBsay on the careers of the Cabots : 
G. P. Winship, XVII. 98 f 

celebration at Bristol, X. 218 ; at 



Halifax, XIV. 235 1; in Canada, X. 
213 

controversies: J. Winsor, IX. 



467 1 



377 



memorial tower at Bristol, XII. 

landfall and chart : Archbp. 
O'Brien, XVII. 455 t ; Presidential 
address : Id., XI. 315 f 

Cabotian Discovery: J. B. Thacber, 
XIV. 235 t 

Cabots, The, Notes on certain papers . . . : 
H. Harrisse, XIV. 466 f 

Discovery of N. America by J. Cabot, 
etc. : H. Harrisse, X. 554 f 

Entdeckung Nordaraerikivs dnrch G. 
Caboto : S. Ruge, X. .554 1 

Centenary of J. Cabot's voyage, VII. 
675 ; Fourth centenary of voyage of : 
Sir C. R. Markham, IX. 604 * : Quarto 
cei^tenario della scoperta del oonti- 
nente Nord- Americano, X. 654 1 

J. Cabot and discovery of Newfound- 
land : Sir S. Baker, X. 460 f 

, An anniversary story, X. 234 f 

J. and 8. Cabot: V. R. Beazley, XII. 
380 1 ; C. F. Dure, II. 282 f 



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CABOT 

Cabot — continued. 

8. Cabot : H. Harrisse, XI. 460 f : letter 
from G. P. WiMhip on, XIII. 204, 
438 ; early maps of, IX. 607 ; S. Cabot 
. . . oonside're oommo cartographe : H. 
Harriase, X. 554 f; El •'Sebastian 
Gaboto" do H. Harrisae: S. A. L. 
Queyedo, XVL 131 f 

Voyages of the Cabots : S. E. Dawson, 
V.284t; VIL 114 1; X. 456 1; XII. 
213 1, 219 1; XIV. 235 1 

Zar Erinnenxng an die Entdecknng 
Nord-Amerikas : W. Wolkenhauer, X. 

655 1 
Cabrillo and Ferrelo's early voyages on 

coast of N. America, III. 333 
Cabrinetty, D. M. : La Bahia do Con- 

oepoion, etc., IX. 241 f 
Cabal : 1100 Kabul 
Cocaaca, Ht., Bolivia, XIV. 18, 21 
Cacao- 
Cacao, Sa cultaro, sa preparation: P. 

Prcfiss, XX. 131 1, 364 1 
History and Gultivation of the cocoa- 
tree: "Historicus" (Cadbury), VII. 

571 1 

Thcobroma Cacao, XIX. 526 f 
Cadamosto, A. de : Voyages of. III. 400 
Cadastral surveys: Aooeleration of, XV. 

568 
Caddick, H. : A white woman in C. Africa, 

XV. 296 t 
Cadell, H. M. : Geology and scenery of 

Sutherland, VII. 561 f; VIII. 181 §; 

Geology of oil shalefields of the Lothians, 

XVIII. 228 1 ; on action of streams, V. 

133 ; Scenery of Sutherland, VI. 484 f ; 

Some ancient landmarks of Midlothian, 

II. 88 1 : Some geological features of the 

coast of W. Australia, XII. 216 f ; Visit 

to Mt. Tarawcra, X. 123 f; Visit to 

New Zealand volcanic zone, XI. 571 f 
Cadenat: Exploration in French Congo, 

XIII. 535 
Cadi^re, R. P. : Geographic historique du 

Quang Binh, XX. 242 f 
Cadiz, Consular district of : Trade (Foreign 

Office Rep.), XIV. 577 t 
Caduvci tribe— I Caduvei: G. Boggiani, 

VIII, 193 t 
Cady, P.: Exploration of Wftdy Mojib 

from the Dead Sea, XVII. 675 f ; XVIII. 

85 
Csesarca-Melitenc road, VIII. 468 
Cagayan Sulu and Sibutu Is., Cession of, 

to U.S.A., XVI. 683 ; Cagayan Sulu, ito 

customs, etc. : E. F. Skertchly, X. 339 f, 

537 § 
Cagli, Sul terremoto di : S. M. Baratta, 

VIII. 188 1 
Cagni, Comm. ; award to, XVIII. 99 ; ex- 
pedition to Franz Josef Land, XVIII. 

282 ; Voyage of the Polar Star^ Nearest 

the Polo, X VIII. 458 1 
Cahers of Co. Clare, their names, etc. : J. 

T. Westropp, XIX. 523 f 



CALSMPUT 

Cahnheim, O. ; exploration in Iceland, IV. 

453 ; Zwei Sommerreisen .in Island, IV. 

185 1 ; tee Grossmann, K. 
Cahun, L. : In trod action k THistoire do 

r Asie, X. 548 f 
Cahy river, Brazil; German and Italian 

colonies in valley of, VI. 286 
Caioara, Venezuela, XIII. 45 
Caillaud, F. R. du: La riviere Vincent 

Pinzon, VIII. 192 f ; Les tentatives des 

Fianoiscains . . . dans la Haute-Etbiopie, 

VIII. 530 1 : on Friar Odoric's Island of 
Dondin, VII. 659 

Cailletet, L. : Appareil destine' k mesuror 
les hauteurs attcintes par les aerostats, 
XI. 106 1; Sur les appareils employes 
pour recueillir Tair k grande hauteur, 

IX. 686 t 

Galngua, Les, Voyage du Dr. Machon, 
IX. 242 1: Los Indies CainguA del 
Alto-Parani: J. B. Ambrosetti, VI. 
490 1 

Cairo — 
Cairo of to-day : E. A. Reynolds-Ball, 

XL 314 1; XX. 669 1 
Museum of Khodivial Geographical 

Society of, XIII. 304 
Sketches of its history, monuments, 

and social life: S. Lane-Poole, L 

280 1 

Story of: S. Lane-Poole, XX. 245 f 
Caithness, How Summer came to : Sir H« 

Maxwell, VIII. 308 f 
Oaix, B. de: La marche vers 1e Tou&t, 

XVI. 251 1 ; La reconnaissance du Lieut. 
Cottcnest chez les Hoggar, XX. 559 f 

Calabar : $ee Old Ofilabar 

Calabria — Hydrographic von Calabrien : 

T. Fisolier, VIII. 412 f : Sulla forma di 

alcunc Coste dclla : E. Cortesc, X. 451 f ; 

Terraces of, X. 633 
Calais and the Pale : Hon. H. A. Dillon, 

III. 435 1 
Calbuco volcano, Patagonia, XVI. 33 
Calchaqui tribe, Argentina, XVIII. 583 
Calcul rigoureux da point k la mcr, etc. : 

J. Ripol, VII. :^37 1 
Calculating Tables in English and 

Burmese : J. D. Ciancey, IX. 582 f 
Calcutta — 

From Calcutta to Bombay, coasting : H. 
8. Brown, XX. 555 f 

Life of Calcutta as a seaport, etc: 
Letter from Maj.-Gcn. J. G. R. 
Forlong, XVI. 238 

Port of: Sir C. Stevens, XIV. 3:54 f 

Topography of Old Fort William : C. R. 
William, IH. 251 1 
Calderon, G. : Russian trade in China, 

XVII. 86 1 

Calderwood, W. L. : British sea-fisheries 

and fishing areas, etc., HI. 344 f 
Caldwell, R. : Chi-Nyanja simplified, XIL 

642 1 
Calcmpuy Is., Chinoac Seas, Pinto's de- 
scription of, I. 141 



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UKNKBAL INDK:^ TO VOL«. I.— XX. 



CALI70BNU 

OaUforniA — 
Address of J. B. Reinstcin at the . . . 

University of, XI. 686 f 
Alpine glaciers of Sierra Costa mts. : 

O. H. Hershey, XVI. 252 t 
Basse-Californie d'apres M. L. Diguct, 

XVI. 371 1 
Big trees of: R. E. Dodge, XVIU. 

457 1 
California: Hon. G. G. Perkins, IX. 

241 1 

State Mining Bureau, Report : 

W. Trelan, III. 162 f 

Changes in flora and fauna of: H. H. 
Behr, VII. 679 1 ; VIII. 399 § 

Death Valley : O. C. T. Carter, XX. 
670 t ; Climate of, I. 271 

Denudation of vegetation. Observations 
on : M. Manson, XIV. 683 f 

Discovery of San Diego Bay : G. David- 
son, I. 470 1 

Earthquakes : E. S. Holdcn, II. 380 f ; 
C. D. Perrino, VIII. 532 f ; XI. 317 f ; 
XVI. 490 1; Erdbeben von Owens 
Valley in Calif omien : J. K. Babe, 

XIII. 565 1 
Eruptive rocks of Bonita : J. L. Bansome, 

IV. 378 1 
Etat de Californie : P. Privat-Deschanel, 

XX. 670 1 
Exploration — 
Eison, G. : En fard till Baja California 
och Sonara, X. 456 f ; Explorations 
in Cape region of Baja California, 
Vlt. 679 t ; VIII. 398 § ; XI. 201 f ; 
in ('entral part of Baja California : 
XVII. 556 1, 663 § 
Exploration north of Tuolumne river : 
N. F. McClure, V. 608 1; From 
Fresno to Mt. Whitney : H. Long- 
ley, VIII. 419 1 ; Mission scienti- 
tlque dans la Basse Californie, 
Rapport : L. Diguet, XV. 84 f ; My 
trip to King's River Ca&on : J. IjC 
Conto, X. 468 f ; Search for a liigh 
mountain route from Yoscmite to 
King's River CaBon: T. S. Solo- 
mons, VIII. 419 1 ; Through Death 
Valley: F. W. Koch, II. 280 f ; 
Through Tuolumne Canon : R. M. 
Price, VIII. 419 1 ; Trip about head- 
waters ... of King's rivei : B. C. 
Brown, VIII. 419 1 
Forest Reservations : W. Dudley, VIII. 

192 1 
(t ononis of California's first constitution : 
'. R. D. Hunt, VI. 393 t 
Geographic relations of Trias of : J. P. 

Smith, Xni. 681 f 
Geology of portion of Southern Coast 
Ranges : H. W. Fairbanks, XIII. 
216 1; of San Francisco Peninsula: 
Id., IX. 464 1; Geology and history 
of Lower Cal. : G. P. Merrill, XII. 
213 1 ; XIII. 94 1 
Gold-quartz veins of Nevada City and 



OAT.T.AWAW 

Galifoniia — oontiniied. 

Grass Valley: W. Lindgren, XI. 

317 1 

Gully formation at Salinas landing, 
XIV. 412 

High Sierra in« glaciers, XII. 556 

International Competition for Phcebo 
Hearst architectural plan for Uni- 
versity of California, XVL 133 f 

Inyo Range, Post-Pleistocene Elevation 
of : C. D. Walcott, X. 456 f 

King's Biver Cailon Trail Notes : V. L. 
Kellogg, XVII. 556 f 

Lava Flows of W. Sloj)e of Sierra 
Nevada : F. L. Ransome, XIII. 565 f ; 
Lava region of northern : M. S. Baker, 
XIV. 683 1 

Maps — California and Nevada : >Milta- 
ker and Ray C:«., XL 591 f; Physical 
sketch map, I. 574 f ; Sierra Nevada, 
compiled for Sierm Club, II. 191 1; 
VIII. 199 1 

Mt. Goddard and vicinity : T. S. Solo- 
mons, VII. 444 1 

Mountains of: J. Muir, X. 341 f 

Phvsical and industrial geoi^rapby of: 
E. W. Hilgard, I. 536 ♦, 568 1 

Pine Ridge Trail, Notes on : W. Gregorv, 

VIII. 419 1 
Region Aurifera dc la Alta California : 

H. S. Jacobs, XIII. 565 1 
R(K\d conditions and legislation in : M. 

Manson, XX. 358 f 
Salt deposit, Renuirkable : C. F. Holder, 

XIX. 529 1 

Sea fogs of San Francisco, XVII. 556 t 
Sierra Madre, Photographs : Stiffer and 

Gill, IX. 120 
S. Coast ; Post-pliocene diastrophism of ; 

A. C. I^wson, IV. 378 f 
Southern Cal. : J. F. Chamberlain, XIV. 

461 1 ; Climatic conditions in : Id., 

XX. 670 t ; Some impressions of: B. 
Harraden, IX. 464 f 

Souvenir of : J. M. Hutchings, V. 90 f 

State series of soh(N)l text-books, Ad- 
vanced geography, IV. 473 t 

Submarine vallevs off cotist, Pr(»f. Hil- 
gard on, XX. 104 ; W. 8. T. Smitli, 
XX. 468 t ; G. Davidson, X. 456 f, 
552 § 

Taboe lake in winter : J. Muir, XVII. 

556 1 
Topography of California : N. F. Drake, 

XI. 97 t 

Trade and Agriculture, 1897 . . . XII. 

543 1 
University of, College of commerce at, 

XII. 422 

Culisti, Lieut. : Region Kati-Bamako 

(map), XIX. 246 1 
Call, M. E. : La cartogniphie de Mammoth 

C^ave, XI. 98 f 
Callahan, J. M. ; Neutrality of American 

lakes and Anglo-American relations, 

XII. 422 1 



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OALLUr 

Gallan, H. : From Ihe Gljde to the Jor- 
dan, Y. 401 1 ; IjandB and peoples of tho 
Balkans, XIL 91 f 

Callao, Climatoiogia del pnerto del: F. 
Remy, XV. 85 f 

Callaway, G. : Zifrzag Coarse of the Ched- 
dar Gorge, XIX. 501 §, 767 1 

Callendar, H. L. : Measuring extreme 
temperatures, XYIl. 563 f ; Preliminary 
results of observations of soil tempera- 
tures, etc., IX. 467 1 

and C. H. McLeod: Observa- 
tions of soil temperatures, XI. 573 f ; 
XIL 217 t 

Callwell, C. £. : Glimpse of the late war, 

X. 453t 

Calvert, A. F. : Discovery of Australasia, 
II. 566 1 ; expedition in W. Australia, 
YIII. 641 ; (funeral of lost members), 
X. 444 ; Exploration of Australia, YI. 
490 1 (1844 to 1896); IX. 109 1; Map 
of W. Australia, lY. 479 f : I>o., show- 
ing goldfields, YII. 578 f ; Mineral re- 
sources of Australia, II. 566 f ; Recent 
explorations in Australia, III. 74 f ; ^• 
Australia and its goldfields, I. 378 1: 
Do., its history and progress, YII. 566 t 

, E.; Gaping Ghyll Hole, XVI. 

246 1 
Calvet, J. : La Montague noire, XX. 464 f 
Calvo, J. B. : Republic of Costa Rica, YII. 

681 1 
Cam, Diego : see Cfto 
Camacho, J. T. : Jja cuestidn intemacional 

del Acre, XYIII. 335 1 
Camade or CJamidin, Pereia, X. 449; 

Marco Polo's Camtidi: A. Houtum- 

Sohiudler, XI. 452 1 
Camaldoli, Italy, X. 416, 427, 477, 489, 

499 
Camargue, La : M. R. Chodat, XYII. 671 1 
Camariiies Norte, Luzon, Besuch im Gold- 

distrikt von : R. Herrman, XI. 313 f 
Oambarysif or telegraph of the Catuqui- 

nartiB, XII. 65 ; E. H. Giglioli on, 

XVII. 453 1 
Cambefort, J. : L' Alaska et les mines d*or 

duKlondyke, XL316t 
Cambier, P. : Les troubles de Luluabourg, 

YIII. 531 1 
Cambodia — 

Cambodge, Le: E. Aymonier, XIX. 

395 1 

— et ses monuments : E. Ay- 
monier, X. 549 1 

Culture du riz au Cambodge : A. Le- 
clfere, X v. 295 f, 549 f 

La Divination ohez les Cambodgiens: 
A. Leclfere, XIII. 89 f 

Travel in, II. 206 
Cambon, Voyage de, dans le 8ud-Alg<^rien, 

YIIL417t 
Cambr^sis, Le : M. A. Malotet, XVI. 570 1 
Cambrian lake, Labrador, Y. 520 
Cambrian rocks of Pennsylvania : C. D. 

Waloott, YIII. 653 1 



OAKPBSLL 

Cambridge — Expedition to Torres Strait 
and Borneo, XI. 437 ; XIY. 302 ; Geo- 
graphy at, IIL 140; XIL 8; (J. Y. 
Buchanan's report), II. 27; (H. Yule 
Oldham's reporte), IV. 30; YL 27; 
yilL 62; IX. 654; XIY. 88; (Long 
vacation course), XX. 548; Honours 
conferred on F. Nansen, IX. 452 

Oambridgeshire, Handbook of geology : F. 
R. C. Reed, XH. 203 1, 519 § 

Camel — ^Fossil es Kamel aus Siidrussland : 
A. Nehring, XIX. 238 f; Means of 
transport in E. Africa, Y. 382; of 
Afghanistan, IX. 404; of PalsBarctio 
region, X. 88 ; Wild, of C. Asia, UI. 
472 

Cameron, Capt. Y. L. ; obituary: E. G. 
Ravenstein, III. 429 ; remarks on ** Pre- 
sent standpoint of geography," II. 505 ; 
on ^ Stairs expedition to Katangaland," 
II. 245 ; on " Unexplored region of Br. 
C. Africa," L 119 

, W. E. : Geological observations 

in N.W. Queensland, XX. 562 f 

Cameron gulf. Lake Tanganyika, X. 298 

Cameroons : iee Kamerun 

C*ammermayers Kart over det Sydlige 
Norge, YIII. 651 

Camoens, L., XII. 15 

('ampa Indians of Peru, Among the : D. 
R. Uiquhart, II. 281 1 

Campagna — Cratere di Campana, X. 423, 
433, 480 ; Volcans du I^atium et la Cam- 
pagne Romaine : P. Glangeaud, XVIII. 
632 1 ; Conduttivitk termica nella wxjce 
del la Campagna Romagna : F. Morano, 
XII. 639 1 

( 'ampbell, D. ; journey from Garenganze 
to Blantyre, XII. 613 

, D. G. : Annual report on state 

of Negri Sembilan, XIX. 105 f 

-, F. : Imperial Federation series 



of Colonial State Paper catalogues ; Cape 
of Good Hope, I. 566 f ; Literature of 
geography, VHI. 533 f 

J. : Decipherment of Hiero- 



glyphic inscriptions of C. America, XVI. 
585 t ; Mexican Colonies from Canary 
Is. traced by language, XIX. 529 f ; 
Origin of Haidahs of Queen Charlotte 
Is., XIY. 119 1; Recently discovered 
relics of American Mound-builders, XY. 
667 t ; Spanish documents relative to the 
Canaries, XYIII. 639 f 

-, J. G. D. : Siam in the twentieth 



century, XX. 124 1 

-, J. T. : Evidence of a local sub- 



sidence in the interior (Indiana), XYIII. 

642 1 

', M. R. : Drainage modifications 



and their interpretation, IX. 112 f 

Robert; discovery of Yukon 



river, X. 681 ; Sketch of life and dis- 
coveries of: G. Bryee, XIII. 570 f 
, Roderick : The Father of St. 



Kilda, XVIII. 333 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



OAMPBBIX 

Campbell, W. : Articles of ChriBtian in- 
Btniction in Favorlang-Formosan, etc., 
XI. 451 1 ; XX. 353 t ; Formoea under 
the Japanese, XX. 466 f; Past and 
future of Formosa, VIII. 650 f ; Recent 
progress in Formosa, XX. 538 

, W. D. : Aboriginal carvings of 

Port Jackson and Broken Bay, XIV. 
463 1 ; Topographical map of Menzies, 
N. Coolgardie gold-field, XV. 450 f 

and S. J. Becher : Topographical 



map of Ealgoorlie, XIX. 665 f 
C*amperio, Manfredo (biography) : A. 

Blessich, XV. 446 f ; E. Stettner, XVI. 

132 1 ; G. Schweinfurth, XVI. 590 1 
Campi PhlegraBi : see PhlegriBan Fields 
Campigiione, crater wall of, X. 421, 423 
Campine, Excursion en : A. Haron, 1. 277 1 
Campion, H. : The Secret of the Poles, XII. 

547 1 
Campos river, Fr. Congo, XVIII. 535 
Campos, R. T. : La Geografia en 1895, X. 
556 1 ; Memoria sobre el VI. Ciiugresso 
Intemacional, etc., VIII. 537 1 
(/amwood tree of Sierra Leone, IV. 139 
Canada — 

Agriculture, Appendix to report of 

Minister of, XI. 200 f 
ArchflBological Report: D. Boyle, VIII. 

418 1 
Barren Lands of : aee Barren Grounds 
Beaver, s.s.. History of: C. W. McCain, 

XL 315 1 
Birds, Catalogue of : J. Macoun, XVI. 

370 t : XIX. 529 1 
Britain's one Utopia: F. L. Hunt, 

XX. 468 t 
Cabot celebrations in, X. 213 
Canada : J. G. Bourinot (Story of the 

Nations), IX. 578 f 

: Plari of Derby, VII. 114 1 

and its gold resources : Sir J. 

Grant, VIIL 484 

and Ocean Highways : S. 



Fleming, VIIL 418 t 

- and the Empire : Lord Htrath- 



cona, XVIII. 332 1 

during the Victorian Era : J. 

G. Bourinot, XW. Il9t 

under British rule : Sir J. G. 

Bourinot, XVII. 555 f 

Canada's loss by the Treaty of Inde- 
pendence : T. Hodgins, XI. 315 f 

Northern fringe: G. John- 
son, XVII. 555 1 

proposed new front door : R. 



J. Gilbert, IX. 682 1 

Canadian Dominion and proposed 

Australian Commonwealth: J. G. 

Bourinot, IX. 347 1 

life and scenery, etc. : 

Marquis of Lome, II. 382 f 

Naturalist, Summary of 



original articles in, IX. 346 f 
Canadische Winter, Der: R. Bach, 
XIII. 564 1 



I 



OUTADA 

Oaaada — eontinued. 

Canals of: T. 0. Keeper, V. 183 f 
Central experimmtal farm, Guide to 

XL 316 1 
Climate of: R. F. Stupart, XL 454 f 
Combined circulars on, XL 324 f 
Crofters and cottars from Scotland, 
Colonization of. Report, XII. 

634 1 
Department of the Interior, Annual 

Report, XIL 212 f; XIV. 228 1; 

XVL 563 §, 582 1; XVIIL 312 1, 

332 1 ; XX. 340 §, 357 f 
Diary of N. Garry, Deputy-Governor 

of Hudson's Bay Co., 1822-1835, 

XVIIL 333 1, 444 § 
Early Red River culture : G. Bryce, 

XVIIL 332 1 
trading companies of New 

France : H. P. Biggar, XIX. 235 1, 

745 § 
Earthquakes, Our record of: C. H. 

3IcLeod and H. L. Callendar, XL 

454 1 
Ebonlement k Saint Luc-de-Vin- 

cennea : J. Laflamme, XIX. 528 f 
Economic development of: Sir C. 

Tupper, V. 182 f 
Entdeckungsgeschichte Canadas and 

seiner Grenzgebiete: W.Nederkom, 

XIV. 338 1 ; XV. 8i t 
Farms, Experimental, XL 200 1; 

Guide to, XL 316 f 
Fauna of Canadian sub-region, IX. 

70,71 
Forests of Canada: J. Macoun, VII. 

114 1 
Forest trees in : R. Bell, X. 340 f 
Forgotten Northern fortress : J. 

Schultz, IV. 378 1 
French Canada and tlie Empire: J. 

G. Snead Cox, XVII. 450 f 
Geographic lioard of, Annual reports, 

XiV. 668 §; XVIIL 333 f; XX. 

358 1 
Geographical work in. III. 206 ♦ ; 

IX. 601 ; X. 316 
Great Dominion, The; Studies of 

Canada : G. R. Parkin, V. 608 1 
Handbook for Travellers : K. Baede- 
ker, IV. 377 1 ; XV. 298 1 ; British 

Ass., X. 650 t 
Historical Geography of British 

Colonies; vol. v., Canada: C. P. 

Lucas, XVIIL 332 f 
Publications relating to: 

(t. M. Wrong and H. H. Langton, 

tXIIL 564; XVL 252; XVIIL 

333; XX. 468 
II Canada sotto I'aspetto eoonomioo 

e politico: G. Solimbergo, XVII. 

678 1 
Irrigation and Canadian irrigation 

surveys. General reports, t VIII. 

191; IX. 240; XL 316 
Lake Basins in Alberta and Br. 



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CJolumbia: J. Parkinaon, XYIIL 

lilt 
liong^tnde Determination, work of the 

Montreal : C. H. McLeod, Y. 183 f 
Manitoba and N.W. Territories, Be- 

sonrceg, etc., XI. 455 1 
Markham, Adm., and Canadian 

Government, VIII. 179 
New Britiflh route to Pacific: J. 

Harris, VII. 564 f 
N. Canada : H. O'SuUivan, X. 552 f 
N.W. Canada: J. Nelson, L 568t; 

Do. : J. McDougall, XVIU. 332 f ; 

Rontes and mineral resom-ces of: 

E. J. Dyer, XI. 455 f 
ParallMe entro la Colonisation 

modeme et la Colonisation sous 

rancien regime : G. K. Anton, XI. 

685t 

Phenologioal Observations, 1899: A. 
H. Mackay, XVUI. 332 f 

Photographs of N.W. Territories : D. 
T. Hanbury, XVL 139 
• Plains — Zur Kennzeichnung der 
Kanadischen Ebenen : J. A. Brandos 
und C. Steffens, VIIL 418 f 

Progress, etc. of scientific investiga- 
tion in: G. M. Dawson, V. 90t; 
Progress during the sixty years of 
Her Majesty's reign : J. G. Colmer, 
IX. 463 1 

Resources of: S. D. A. Smith, IX. 
578 1 ; Some of the : Pr. Kropotkin, 
XL 570 1 

Saint-Justin, L*Habitant de : L. 
Gerin, XV. 553 f 

Salmon-fishing in : J. C. Dalton, XL 

685t 
Stanford's Compendium ; Canada and 

Newfoundland : S. E. Dawson, XI. 

96t, 182§ 

Statistical year-book for 1894, VIL 

353 t 
Story of Canada : H. A. Kennedy, XL 

315 1 

Surveys and Museums : B. E. W^alker, 
XVI. 489 1 

Terrains aurif^res dans le Canada et 
r Alaska : P. Serre, XII. 634 t 

Tides and currents in Canadian 
waters; Survey reports: W. B. 
Dawson, t V. 608 ; VI. 392 ; VII. 
679; VIIL 418; X. 553; XIL 213; 
XIV. 461 ; XVL 582 ; XVIL 678 ; 
XX. 127; Do., VIIL 72 §; Tide- 
gauges, Self-registering, etc. : W. 
B. Dawson, VIIL 191 1 : Tide tables 
for Charlottetown, Pictou, and St. 
Paul Is., XVIIL 332 1; Do. for 
Halifax, etc., XIII. 456 f ; XVIIL 

332 1 
W. C^anada, Before and since con- 
federation: Sir D. A. Smith, X. 
121 t; W. Canada, Manitoba, etc. ; 
How to get there, XL 315 f 



GAXADA 

Canada— oonttfntied. 

Worken of Old Red River : G. Bryce, 
IX. 107 1 
Bonndaries— Ahukan, XIV. 523; (Ex- 
change of Notes), XV. 185 1; 
Alaska-Canada boundary dispute : 
T. Hodgins, XX. 559 t ; North- 
Western Boundary: R. U. Goode, 
XVIL 678 1 ; survey, V. 81 ; with 
U.S., L 271 
Cartography and Surveying (tee alao 
under ipeoial subjects) — 

Dominion of Canada (map): Dep. of 
Interior, XVIL 569 f 

and Newfound- 
land (map) ; Surveyor-General's 
Office, XX. 568 f 

Johnston's map of Dominion, XII. 

550 1 

N.W. ; General map : Surveyor- 
General, XIV. 469 f 

Railways (map), X. 462 f 

Relief Map, Canada and U.S. : Geo- 
lopcal Survey, XVL 187 1 

Sectional Maps: Topographical Sur- 
veys branch, fXL 109; XIV. 349, 
695; XVL 379; XX. 184,869,568, 
679 

Stanford's general map, XIL 109 f 

Survey — Geographical : J. White, 
XIX. 658 1 ; Need of a coast survey 
for : A. Johnston, V. 182 1 ; Trigono- 
metrical survey: C. H. MoLeod, 
XVIL 451 1 

Yukon and Mackenzie district, XV. 
450 1 
Ethnography and population — 

Birch-bark canoes, X. 3 

Br. N. American Indians, legal status 

of, XVIIL 333 1 
Census, Fourth, XX. 670 f 
Esquimaux dn Labrador et de la haie 

d'Hudson: E. Pittard, XVIIL 

641 1 
Ethnographical Survey, fXII. 212; 

Xni. 323 ; XIV. 228 ; XVI. 252 
French Canadians, VI. 451 
Hochelagans and Mohawks: W. D. 

Lighthall, XVIL 324 f 
Hurons of Lorette : L. Gerin, XVII. 

555 1 
Icelandic settlements. Early : 8. 

Jonasson, XYIIL 388 f 
Indianem, Unter den: H. Lemcko, 

VIIL ai2 1 

Jesuites au Canada : A. Gosselin, IX. 

341 1 
North- Western tribes, IX. 682 f ; 

XIV. 339 1 
Pretenduo origine des Oanadiens 

fran9ais : B. Suite, VI. 451 f 
Shuswaps of Br. Columbia: G. M. 

Dawson, I. 86 f 
Exploration and Travel — 
A trovers le Canada: M. Leprince- 

Binguet, XVIL 556 f 



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OKNERAL INDEX TO VOLS. T.— XX 



CAVADA 

Canada — oontinued. 

Across the Sab-Arotios of, etc. : J. W. 
Tyrrell, XII, 634 f 
. Athabasca and Slave Lake regions in 
1899, Notes of travels: W. J. 
McLean, XVIU. 382 f 
Athabasca lake and Charchill river, 
Report on oountry between : J. B. 
Tyrrell and D. B. Dowling, X. 

121 1 
Au nord-ouest oanadien : Legal, XY. 

440 1 

Barren Lands, J. B. Tyrrell's ex- 
peditions : tee Barren Grounds 

Ganadisohe Expedition zur Hudson- 
bai : R. Bach, XII. 212 f 

Carlton-House au Fort Pitt: E. 

Petitot, XIV. 119 1 
Chesterfield Inlet to Great Slave 

lake : D. T. Hanbury, XVI. 68 ♦, 

479, 489 1 
Churchill to York on Suow-Shoes, 

From : Right Rev. Bishop Newn- 

ham, XVIII. 332 1 
Country Walk in: A. Haul tain. III. 

348 1 
Dononville, Expedition du Marquis 

de: M. le juge Girouard, XvII. 

451 1 
Divide between Great Slave Lake 

and Hudson Bay — Map: J. W. 

Tyrrell, XX. 679 1 
Du lac de Tisle k la Crosse au Fort 

Carlton : E. Petitot, X. 341 1 
Early explorations and colonization 

of W. Canada : Sir J. Hector, XIX. 

058 1 
traders and trade routes: E. 

Crnikshank, VIII. 811 f 
Eldorados du Nord-Ouest Canadien, 

Excursion an Mackenzie et an 

Klondyko: M. Girouard, XVIII. 

457 1 
Expedition to Hudson's Bay, XI. 435 
Exploration in oountry between Lake 

St. John and James Bay: H. 

(VSuUivan, XIX. 91 §, 234 f 
Explorations in : J. B. Tyrrell and 

A. P. Low, I. 549; and G. M. 

Dawson, X. 229 f 
of series of lakes N. of 

Fort Good Hope in 1878 : E. Petitot, 

II. 380 1 

through interior of 



Labrador, 1893-94 : A. P. Low, V. 
513 
In a desolate land : Archdeacon Lof t- 

hou8e,XVIILlllt 
Mackenzie delta; E. de Sainville's 

journeys, XIII. 435 
Memoranda: Canada from Atlantic 

to Pacific and Arctic : G. F. 

Baillairge, XX. 358 t 
New N.W. Passage: J. G. Colmer, 

VIII. 653 t 
N. Canada, Expeditions to : D. Han- 



CAVADA 

Canada — eontinued, 

bury, XX. 655 ; F, RusseU, V. 486 ; 

J. W. Tyrrell, XX. 340 
N.W. Canada, Early exploration in : 

A. Begg, XIV. 461 1 
Observations made on a toor in : A. 

Penck, XV. 84 1 
On a new trail, or Over the Rockies 

and the Selkirks of Canada : L. J. 

Steele, XX. 670 f 
O'SuUivan, H.; explorations, VII. 

315 f 
Reiscbeobachtungen aus: A. Penck, 

XIII. 456 1 
8. Canada, R. BelFs discovery of a 

large river in, VI. 572 
St. Paul Trail in the sixties : W. G. 

Fonseca, XVII. 451 f 
Thousand miles on snow-shoes: J. 

Lofthouse, IX. 107 f 
3800 miles across Canada: J. W. C. 

Haldane, XV. 298 1 
Through the Subarctic forest: W. 

Pike, VIII. 653 f 
To Winnipeg, Manitoba, and back : 

S. Marriott, IX. 107 1 
Unknown areas of, II. 496 
Up Mackenzie river to the Polar Sea : 

E.Taylor, XIV. 119 1 
Voyage du P. le Jeune au Canada en 

1660, etc.: Abbe Gosselin, XIL 

XII. 212 1 
Voyages an Canada du Bcu*on de 

La Hontan: F. de Nion, XVI. 

489 1 
Within the Arctic Circle: J. O. 

Stringer, XII. 684 f 
Geology and Physiography — 
Are the bowlder-clays of the great 

plains marine ? : G. M. Dawson, X. 

121 1 
Coal measures, XIX. 219 
Geological map (Canada) : G. M. 

Dawson, XIV. 126 1 ; (Lake of the 

Woods), X. 235 
nomenclature : R. W. Ells, 

XVII. 450 1 

Survey — Catalogue of 



(^anadian rocks: F. W. Ferrier, 
IIL 73 1; General index: D. B. 
Dowling, XVII. 555 1 : Geo- 
graphical work, V. 268 ♦; VII. 
412 ♦; IX. 276 •; Topographical 
work, X. 623 »; XL 315 f, 454 f; 
New Director, XVII. 431 ; Publica- 
tions, VII. 333 1 

Reports, Annual, f IX. 



240 ; X. 121, 650 ; XIIL 564 ; XV. 
667 ; XIX. 234 ; Do., Summary,! VL 
392 ; IX. 578 ; XII. 435 ; XIU. 564 ; 
XIV. 119; XVL 489; XX. 358; 
Section Reports — Chemistry and 
Mineralogy : ii. C. Hoffman, VIII. 
191 1; Mineral statistics, etc.; E. 
D. Ingall,t X. 280; XL 454; XIV. 
229 ; XVII. 451 



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GAVADA 

OuuUUk — continued. 

Geological Survey Reports, Special f 
— Doobaunt, Kazan, and Ferguson 
rivers : J. B. Tyrrell, XI. 454 ; 
Finlay and Omenica rivers : B. G. 
McGonnell, YIII. 311 ; Eamloops 
map-sheet : G. M. Dawson, VII. 679 ; 
Klondyke goldfields : B. G. McGon- 
nell, X YL 370 ; Labrador peninsula : 
A. P. Low,X. 121 ; Lanrentian area, 
etc. : F. D. Adams, IX. 682 ; New 
Brnnswiok, E., etc.: B. Chalmers, 
VIII. 190; Nipissing and Temis- 
oaming map-sheet: A. E. Barlow, 
XV. 440; Bed Lake, etc.: D. B. 
Dowling, VIIL 191; Quebec, IX. 
107; Yellow-head pass route: J. 
McEvoy, XVII. 324 

Geologists in Canada, XI. 96 f 

Geology, Synopsis of: H. M. Ami, 
XIX. 529 1 

Glaciation of N. Gentr. Canada : J. B. 
Tyrrell, XI. 685 1 

Iroquois Beach, The : A. P. Coleman, 
XYL 582 1 

Lake with subterranean inflow, A. T. 
Drnmmond on, XV. 180 

Physical geography and geology of: 
G. M. Dawson, XI. 200 1 

Pre-glacial decay of rocks in: B. 
Ghalmeis, XI. 685 f 

Physiography of Acadia : B. A. Daly, 
XVIIL 535 §, 552 f 

Snow-waves and snow-drifts in : V. 
Cornish, XX. 137 ♦ 
Mining and Minerals (iee aUo Geology 
above) — 

Gold Mining in Ontario, XI. 96 1 

Minerals of Canada, catalogue, Paris 
Exhibition, XYL 582 f ; Economic 
minerals, Paris Exhibition : G. M. 
Dawson, XYI. 489 1 
Railways — 

Canadian Pacific Bailway and British 
Ass., X. 476 ; Do. and Connections, 
showing routes to the Yukon Gold 
Fields (map), XI. 692 t 

Hudson's Bay and Pacific Bailway 
route. Chartered: J. Harris, IX. 
682 1 ; Do., Proposed : J. Nelson, 
III. 73 1 

Trans-Continental Bailway, Second: 
A. Begg, XX. 559 1 
Caiiadas, The, Teneriffe, lY. 274 
Canal, J. : Geographic ge'nerale du Maroc, 

XX. 366 1 
Canals — 
American inter-oceanic: see America, 

Central 
Baltic to Black Sea waterway, XYI. 

554 
Canal and river navigations of England 

and Wales : L. B. Wells, Y. 85 1 

traflftc in France, Y. 166§ 

Canal dcs Deux-Mers, Le: Ecrviler, 

IX. 457 1 



OAVTEBHO 

Canals — continued. 
Canals and navigable rivers of England : 

L. E. Wells, X. 227 t 

, etc., of Germany, Y. 378 

of Canada : T. C. Keeper, Y. 183 1 

Report ... on inland navigation, etc. 

(Inst. Mining Engineers)^ IX. 235 1 
Ship canals in Austria, XVIII. 289 • 
Canary islands — 
Anversois aux Canaries, Les : F. Donnet, 

VILll2t 
Besuch von Gran Canaria : A. Kramer, 

XYIL 448 t 
Der Insel Teneriffe und ihre Bewohner : 

H. Meyer, YIL 118 t 
Dust haze at Teneriffe: B. H. Scott, 

XVII. 676 1 
El Mapa de la region dc Anaga : I). M. 

de Ossuna y Yanden-Heede, XI. 453 1 
Guanches or extinct people of : Sir J. W. 

Dawson, XI. 197 t 
Harbour of La Laz in Grand C.*anurv, 

lY. 189 1 
Kunde des Alteriums von den Canar- 

ischeh Ins^ln : C'. Miiller, XIX. 106 f 
Madeira and : A. S. Brown, XIX. 107 1 
Maps of: D. M. Pe'rez y Bodriguez, 

XIII. 333 1 
Spanish documents relative to : J. 

Campbell, XVIII. 639 f 
Sur le fauue . . . des ties Canaries : J. 

Bichard, XL 453 1 ; Trade (Foreign 

Office Bep.), XI Y. 458 1 : XVI. 488 f 

Cancella, J. P. M. : Impressoes de uma 

viagem is Ilbas de S. liiume' e Principe, 

XX. 559 1 
Candelier, H. : Rio-Haeha et les Indiens 

Goajires, II. 380 f 
Candeo, G. : Un viaggio nella pcninsola 

Somali, Y. 283 1 ; fee Ycsme 
Candler, S. H. ; letter on Hannibars Vine- 
gar, II. 177 
Candolle, A. de (biography) : W. Wolken- 

hauer, II. 567 t 
Cannan, E. : Demographic statistics of the 

U.K., XII. 203 1 
Canney, H. E. L. : Winter climate of 

Egypt, X. 551 1 
Canmbalism^Entstehung und Verbrei- 

tung der Anthrophagie : H. Henkonius, 

L 571 1 ; W. 70 
Canniudah, Mt., Queensland Copper and 

gold deposits : W. H. Rands, XL 204 f 
Canoes — Pointed bark canoes of Kutenai 

and Amur : O. T. Mason, XVIII. 342 f 
Cannosa: Archduke Ludwig Salvator of 

Austria, XL 679 1 
Canstatt, O. : Das republikanische Bra- 

silien, XIII. 682 f ; Die gewerblichen 

Erzeugnisse des Togogebiets, XVII. 

449 1 ; Kreta, IX. 677 1 
Cantabrian mts. — Die Picos de Enropa : 

A. Penck, X. 226 1 
Canterbury and Westland, Meteorology : J. 

T. Meeson,YIL 116t 
Canterno,Lago di: G.de Agostini, XII. 537 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



OAvmriAir 

CantineaUf E. : Origine des relationB oom- 
merciales entre la Flandre et le Portu- 
gal, XIX. 522 t ; Societe de Geographie 
de Lille, Liste des Conferenciera, XVI. 
591 1 

Cantion, ancient Kent, I. 516 

Canto, E. do: Quern den o Nome ao 
liabrador? IIL533t 

Canton — 
Canton It Long-Tcheou, De : M. FrancoiB, 

XV. 435 1 

to Mandalay, From: W. John- 
stone, XI. 310 1 

Letters from Portuguese captives in : D. 
Ferguson, XIX. 768 f 

Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XII. 540 f : 
XIV. 678 1 ; XVII. 86 f ; trade routes 
from, XIX. 712 

Voyage dc TAmbassade hoUandaise dc 
1656 k trayers la Province de Canton : 
C. Huart, XIV. 45<5 f 
Cantwell, J. C. : Ice-cliffs on Kowak river, 

IX. 241 1 
Canynge, W. ; early trading voyages of, 

IX. 605 

CftT), Diogo— Padraos erected at mouth of 
Congo by, I. 68 ; Diego Cam et Martin 
Behaim: J. Mees, XX. 675 1; Diogo 
Cfto: L. Cordeiro, L 91 f; O ultimo 
padrfto de: L. Cordeiro, IX. 114 f; 
Voyages of, and Bartholomou Dias : E. 
G. Ravenstein, XVI. 625 •; XVII. 
455 1 ; (Appendix on maps illustrating), 
XVI. 649 ; (List of place-names), XVI. 
651 

Capalowicz, Capt. H. : Explorations in 
Patagonia, III. 144 

Cape : §&e under specific names 

Cape Breton I. — Topographical surveys in, 

X. 626 : Fosse do Cap Breton, XIV.''406: 

History of: J. G. Bourinot, I. 85 f; 

L'anoien port de Capbreton : J. Gabarra, 

X. 646t 
Cape Colony — 

African wastes reclaimed: R. Young, 

XIX. 771 1 
Agricultural and livestock returns, XI. 

313 1 
Alpine types in vegetation of higher 

peaks of 8.W. region of: R. Marloth, 

XIX. 107 t, 637 § 
Boring for water in : W. B. Ritao, XX. 

557 1 
Cape national forests: D. E. Hutchins, 

XVI. 367 1 

Coalfields of: P. Johns, X. 551 1 
Farming industries of: R. Wallace, 

Vin. 310t,481| 
Frere, Sir Bartle ; work in, V. 464 
Geological Commission, Annual reports, 
XIV. 117 1 : XIX. 655 t ; XX. 630 | 
loaperial Federation series of Colonial 
State-paper catalogues : ed. F. Camp- 
bell, I. 566 1 
Map of, and part of Bechuanaland ; 
Wood and Ortlepp, XVII. 330 f 



OAPPSLLB 

Capo Colony — conHnued. 

Place-names at the Cape in the eigh- 
teenth century, M. Deherain on, XIX. 
217 

Position of, in S. African affairs: M. 
Seton, XII. 433 1 

Railway, Survey for, over Outeniqna 
Mts. : C. E. Stewart, XJIl. 679 1 

Soils of S.W. districts. Chemical compo- 
sition of: C. F. Juritz, XVII. 211 1 

Statistical register, t II. 186; VIIL 417; 
XIII. 91 ; XV. 81 ; XVII. 90 ; XIX. 
526 

Temperature and salinity of sea around 
the Cape peninsula: J. D. F. Gil- 
christ, XX. 355 t 
Cape subrcgion of geography of mammals, 

VII. 291 
Cape Verd Is. — 

A ilha de S. Vincente de Cabo Verde : 

J. da Costa, VIII. 417 1 
Discovery, III. 401 
Dalle Isole del Capo Verde: li. Fea, XII. 

433 t : XIII. 560 t ; XrV'. 1 17 1, 582 1 
Description of: W. R. Kettle, IV. 577 1 
Map : Archipelago de Cabo Verde (Com- 

missfto de Cartograpbia), XIX. 787 1 
Cape York Penins., Queensland — Ant- 
hills of: R. L. Jack, X. 231 f ; Western 
watershed : J. T. Embley, XI. 204 f 
Capelans, La Grotte des : J. Barbot, VIII. 

411 1 
Capelo, J. : La Via Central del Perii, 

VIII. 420 1 

Oapenny, S. : Khedivic possessions in basin 
of Upper Ubangi, XIV. 336 f; Indo- 
Eun)pean highway. An, XVI., 575 f : 
Railway schemes in relation to Br. C. 
Africa, XVIII. 550 f 

Caperao, Brazil — Terras auriferas do 
Caperao : J. J. G. da Silva Netto, IX. 

464 1 

Chaperon, M. : Saiute-Pierre et Miquelon, 
XVI. 701 1 

Capim, Rio, Brazil : E. A. Goeldi's jour- 
ney up, XI. 435 

Capistran, J.: Chronicle of, in Chigi 
library at Rome : A. C. Bildt, I. 283 1 

Capitnine, Les : L. Drapeyron, VII. 684 f 

Capus, a. : Observations et notes mc'teoro- 
logique sur I'Asie oentrale, I. 182 f, 
2(S § ; line ascension d'hiver an Mont- 
BUnc, XL 88 f 

Capns, Pere : Journey in Uha and Urun- 
di, XII. 413; Reiseroute der Missionare 
P^res van den Biesen, Capus und van 
der Burgh, XII. 223 f ; (and Wulffen) : 
recent surveys in Unyamwezi, XI. 298 

Oappadocia — En Cappadoce : A. Boissier, 
XL 194 1 ; Kizilbash of, J. W. Crow- 
foot on, XVIII. 326 1, 440 § 

Cappelle, H. van : Bijdrage tot de kennis 
Frieslands bodcm, XL 88 f ; Bidrage tot 
de kennis van het Gemengde Diluvium, 
VII. 683 1; Mededeeliugen omtrent de 
Geologie van Nederland, ^XTIL 556 f ; 



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GABABATA 

Nienwe waamemingeu op het Neder- 
landsche diluviaal gebied, XYIL 444 t 

Carabaya, Pern, Observatiuns hechas en 
un Tiaje & : J. Balta, XL 100 f 

Caraocaa and district. Trade (Foreign 
Office Rep.), XVI. 702 f 

Camcciolo, H. : How was America peo- 
pled ? III. 73 1 

Caratal district, Venezuela : T. F. G. 
Burke, XVIII. 654 t 

Caravia, E. R. : La Florida, HI. 533 f 

Carbajal, M. : Navigabilite de TAmazonc, 
341 1 

Carbon dioxide of the Ocean : C. F. Tol- 

man, XV. 199t 

Carcassonne : P. Gruyer, XL 191 1 

Carden : Trade of Cuba (Foreign Office 
Rep.), XIX. not 

Cardioid Earth, The : W. L. Jordan, VII. 
224 t 

Gardon, F. : Pubblicazioni Geografiche 
stampate in Italia. I. 283 f 

Car-dyke, Romtin navigable trench, X. 
515 

Carey, E. H. : Report on Burmese frontier 
district, X. 325 § 

, F. W. : Journeys in Chinese Shan 

States, XV. 486*; Photographs of 
Shan States, XV. (580 ; Trip to Chinese 
Shan States, XIV. 378 ♦ 

, B. S., and H. N. Tuck: Chin 

Hills, History of the people, etc., VIII. 
650 t; X.211§ 

Caria : see Karia 

Carib Indians of Costa Rica, X. 80; of 
Haiti, III. 51 

langnage as now spoken in Do- 
minica : J. N. Rat, XL 203 1 

Caribou deer of the Barren Lauds, IV. 
442 

Carinthia — ^Gcbirgsformen im Siidwest- 
lichen Karnten : F. Freeh, I. 277 t 

Carles, W. R. : (4 rand Canal of China, 
XVI. 247 1; on Kinsha river of W. 
China, XIX. 518; XX. 112 ; remarks on 
"From Shanghai to Bhamo," XIX. 275; 
Yangtse Chiang, XII. 225 ♦ 

Carlheim-Gyllenskrild, V. : Determinations 
des elements magnetiques, VII. 328 f ; 
Die Aufgabe der modernen Geodasie, 
XVL 129 1 ; Sur la forme analytique de 
Tattraction magne'tique de la Terre, 
XIL 218 1; Travaux de Texpedition 
Buedoise an Spitzberg, XVI. 256 f; 
XVIIL 238 1; XIX. 532 f: Uppmat- 
ning af en meridian Gradb&ge p& 
Spetsbergen genom en svensk-rysk- 
expedition, XVII. 326 f, 433 § 

Carii, M. : II Ce-Mang, XIV. 655 § ; La 
baia di San-men, XIV. 114 f 

Carlsen, E. : Map of C. Nome and adja- 
cent mining district, XVIIL 653 f 

, F. : Benin in Guinea und 

seine ratselhaften Bronzen, XL 197 1; 
Ein Bericht aus Pitcairn L, XIII. 
458 1 



OABOLINE I8LAKD8 

Carlson, E. : Columbus och Toscanelli, 

etc., VII. 568 1 
Carmarthenshire : Note on submerged and 

glaciated rock-valley in : T. Codring- 

ton, XIX. 767 1 
Carmen, Beni river, VII. 188 
Carmichael, M. : In Tuscany, XVII. 545 f 
Carmody, P. : Cane-farming in Trinidad, 

XVII. 559 1 
Carnap, Lieut, von ; expedition in Niger 

basin, VI. 184; journey from Kamerun 

to Congo, XL 551 ; XII. 191 
Came', J. E. : Cbpper-mining industry of 

N.S. Wales, XV. 197t; Mercury or 

"Quicksilver" in N.S. Wales, XVL 

491 1 
Carnegie, Hon. D. W. ; award to, XIII. 
654 ; XIV. 103 ; Explorations in interior 
of W.Australia, IX. 95; IX. 258*; XIL 
216 1; Map of routes of expedition 
between Coolgardie and Kimberley, XL 
579 1 ; Sir C. R. Markham's remarks 
on de»ith of, XVII. 82; obituary, 
XVII. 202; Spinifex and sand, XIIL 

326 1 

, Mrs. : Place-names of Balqu- 

hiddcr, IX. 235 1 
C*arnia in generale, La : G. Marinelli, 

XIL 425 t 
Camic Alps — Carnischen Voralpen: H. 
Steinitzer, XVII. 442 t ; Hanptkette der 
Karnischen Alpun: (r. Gever, XIII . 
674 1 
Carnivora — Geograph ischc A'erbreitung 
der jetz lebenden Itaubthierc : C. Grcve', 
VII. 448 1; of Ethiopian region, VI I. 
285, 288; of Neotropical region, V. 
473 ; of Papuan region, IV. 45 
Carolina — 
Cuspate capes of the Carolina coast : C. 

Abbe, VII. 334 1 
Pirates, The, and Colonial Commerce • 
S. H. Hughson, IV. 283 f 

.N.- 

Constitutional bfiginnings of: J. S. 

Baasett, IV. 579 f 
MontagnoB-Bleues, La nature et la vie 

dans les : A. Dufour, XIL 543 1 
Oyster reefs of: 0. Grave, XVIIL 334 f 
Sandy forelands of, XL 644 
Slavery and servitude in : J. S. Bassett, 
VIIL 192 t 

in the State of: J. S. Bassett, 

XIV. 684 t 
Transition of, etc. : E. W. Sikes, XIIL 
216 1 



Applied physiography in : L. C. Glenn, 

X. 457 1 
Government of: E. L. Whitney, V. 

609 1 
Trade and industry report, XVL 354 
Caroline Islands — 
Caroline Is.: F. W. Christian, XIIL 

683 t ; XV. 85 t 
Cession to Germany, XIV. 97 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



OABOUNE ISLAHB8 

Caroline Islands — continued. 

Die Karolinen : M. Friederichscai, XXX. 

777 t ; Do. : H. Singer, XIV. 585 f 
Erlebnisse und Eindriioke des ereten 

deutschon Ansiedlers in Ponape : C. 

F. G. Pauli, XVIIL 458 f 
Exploration in : F. W. Christian, XIII. 

105* 
German occupation of, XV. 648 
Karolinen nnd Marianen, Reise nacli 

den : G. Volkens, XIX. 777 1 
Kilstekunde der . . . Carol iuen-Inseln, 

XVIL 560 1 
Landeskunde der Karolinen : A. Kirch- 

hoff, XIV. 585 t 
Ntikuoro oder Monteyerde-Inseln (Karo- 
linen) : J. Kubary, XVI. 491 f 
Uebemabmc . . . der Karolinen, Palaa 

und Marianen : Herr von Bennigsen, 

XVI. 127 t 
Carolus, J., discoverer of Edge I. : Sir W. 
M. Conway, XVII. 623 ♦ ; XVIII. 460 f : 
letter from Sir W. M. Conway on, XVIII. 
545 
Caron, E. : Instructions pour les Voyageurs, 
V. 399 1 

et P. Lefort : Atlas du cours du 

Niger, XI. 326 f 
Carpathians — 

Babia Gora: J. Reiner, XVII. 545 t 
Beziehungen der sUdlichon Klippenzone 

zu den Ostkarpathen : V. Uhlig, 

XIII. 87 1 
Cirques de Ganri et Galcescu, Lev^ 

topographique : E. de Martonno, 

XVIIL 102 1 
Dans les Karpates: M. E. Vielliard, 

XX. 239 1 
Eiszeit in den Siidkarpaten : S. Puch- 

leitner, XIX. 228 t 
Jahrbuch des ungarischen Karimthen- 

Vereines, VII. 661 f 
Jiu, Histoire de la vallee du: E. de 

Martonne, XV. 294 t 
Meteorological high-level station in, 

VIII. 173 
P^riode glaciare dans les Karpates 

meridionales : E. de Martonne, XVI. 

120t,362t: XVIL 70§, 546 1; XVIIL 

84§, 102t, 225t 
Rehmann's neues Karpathenwerk : E. 

von Romer, VIIL410t 
Toponjrmie . . . des Carpathes meri- 
dionales: E. de Martonne, XVIIL 

«16§.461t 

Carpathos : see Karpathos 

Carpentaria, Diocese of, and Bishop of 
Carpentaria's journey, XIX. 778 t 

Carpenter, Capt. A. : West Indian hurri- 
cane, XIV. 239 1 

, G. H. L. : Collembola from 

Franz-Josef Land, XIX. 531 1; Geo- 
graphical distribution of dragon-flies, 
XII. 218 t 

-, J. B. L. : Islands of Bali and 



Lombok, IX. 461 f 



OABTISB 

Carpenter, N. : treatise on geography of, 

XVin. 410 
Carpiui, J. de P., Hitherto unexamined 

manuscript of: C. R. Beazley, XX. 

646* 
Carr, L. : Mounds of the Mississippi valley 

historically considered, IV. 378 f 
Carranza, A. : Estudio de Geografia . . . 

de Tarma, IX. 242 1 ; Geografia deecrip- 

tiva y estadistica industrial de Chancha- 

mayo, V. 91 1 : Limites oon Chile, VIII. 

420 1 

, L. (biography) : C. Chacaltana, 

XIV. 689 1 : Memoria que el presidente 
de la Sociedad Geografica de Lima 
presenta, etc., X. 556 f ; obituary, XII. 
683 

Carrasco, G. : CbIcuIo de la poblacion 
probable de la Republica (Argentina) al 
entrar al siglo XX., XIX. 402 f 

Carr-Calthrop, C. W. : Annual Sanitary 
Report of Assam, XVII. 446 1 

Carr^, P. : Les Ports de la Cote ouest de 
Madagascar, XX. 356 1 

Carrel, F. : In Syria, V. 89 f 

Carren-leufu river, Patagonia, XIV. 360 

Carriaoou I., XL 183; Agriculture in 
(Colonial Reports), XIII. 217 f 

Carri^re, G. : La grotte de Dargilan, X. 
547 1; Rapport . . . Syst^me decimal 
k la mesure du temps, XII. 105 f 

Carrington, G. : Our West Indian colonies, 
XIL 214 1 

Carrock Fell, Lake district, VII. 611 

Carroll, J. W. M. ; on sacred stones in W. 
Africa, XIL 522 

Carruthers, J.: Trianguhition of N.W. 
portion of S. Australia, I. 553 

, W.; remarks on physical 

geography of Br. E. Africa, IV. 617 ; 
Expedition to Ruwenzori and Tangan- 
yika, VL 321 

Carrying trade of the world. The: M. (». 
Mulhall, V. 401 f 

Cartagena, Colombia, XVII. 351 ; City of. 
Plan: F. R. Hart, XII. lOOf; Photo- 
graphs : F. R. Hart, XII. 112 f 

Carter, Sir G. T. : Ccjlony of Lugos, X. 
456 1, 551 1 ; Mission into Lagos interior, 
11.66 

-, O. C. S. : Coastal topography of 

U.S., XVL 126 1; Death Valley, XX. 
670 1; Upper Schuylkill river, XI. 

202 1 

Carthage — Calcul . . . des periodes de 
rhistoire, etc. : L. Drapeyrou, XL 96 f ; 
Carthage : R. P. Delattre, XL 95 f 

Carthaginians, Expeditions of, I. 510 

Cartbaus, E. : Ueber Gnldlagorstatten in 
Niederlandisch-Indien, XX. 466 f 

Cartier — Anticipation of Cartier's voyages : 
J. Winsor, I. 470 1, 571 t ; Cartier'a 
course — a last word: M. F. Howley, 
VII. 114 1; Resulto in Europe of 
Cartier's explorations: J. Winsor, II. 
568 1 



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CABTOeRAFHT 

Cartography — 

AinuB and methods of: H. Ganuett, 

XUL 459 1 
AUgemeine Kartenkunde : H. Zonder- 

van, XVII. 562 f; Algemeine Earto- 

grafie : Id., XIII. 459 1 
Anwendang der Kartog^phischen 

DarBtellungsmittel anf wirtBchafts- 

geographiachen Earten: £. Fried- 
rich, XIX. 534 1 
Atlna k ^chelle uniforme propose par 

G. Guyou et E. Reclug, X. 459 1 
Beitrage zar Technik der Kartener- 

zeaeang : A. von Hubl, XII. 438 f 
BeTolkeningsstatiBtische Gnindkar- 

ten : A. Hettner, XVI. 129 f 
Cartes lithologiques nous-mariues : J. 

Thoulet, X. 564 t 

marines. Notice sur les: G. 

Lavieuville, X. 459 f ; Comment se 
fait un carte marine : J. Thoulct, 
XII. 638 1 

Cartographic Association, Inter- 
nationa], resolution passed by 
Congress on, VIII. 298 

Cartographic k TExposition nni- 
yerselle de 1900: E. de Margerie 
et L. Rayeneau, XVII. 214 f, 562 f 

en 1900: E. Olivier, 

XIX. 405 1 

Combinierter Umdrnck einer Farben- 
karte: J. Burian, XVIIL 458 f 

Drei Thesen zum Ausbau der Theoret- 
ischen Eartographie: K. Fenoker, 

XX. 563 1 
Eisenbahnnetzes, Berechnong der 

Dichte des : L. Henkel, XVI. 129 1 ; 

Mass far, Bottcher, XVIL 97 f 
Erdkarte in Massstab 1:1,000,000, 

Ueber die Herstellnng einer: A. 

Penck, XIX. 405 1 
Foreign topographic maps: Sir J. 

Farqnharson, XVI. 129 f 
Frankreichs Kartenwesen in ges- 

chichtlicher Entwickelnng : W. 

Stavenhagen, XX. 673 1 
Freehand map work: J. P. Goode, 

XVII. 456 1 
Hill-shading, Development of, VI. 

369; Bappresentazione orografica 

a Luce Doppia nella cartografia 

modema: A. Basevi and G. E. 

Fritzsche, L 282 f 
Histoire de TEcole cartographiqne 

Beige, etc. : Lt.-Gen. Wauwer- 

mans, VI. 588 f 
Historische Grundkarten: K. Lam- 

precht nnd R. Kotschke, XVI. 

492 1 
History of; H. Wagner on, V. 590 

: W. Wolkenhauer, UI. 77 1 

Hoohgebirgs - Earten : E. Ober- 

hmnmer, XIX. 405 1 
EartographiBche Indoktion : S. Mehe- 

dinti, XV. 675 f 
Eartographischeu Darstellnng der 



OAETOGSAPHT 

Oartograpliy — conHntted, 

dritten Dimension: E. Penckcr, 

XVII. 562 1 

Eriegskarten, Die: C. Ritter von 
Steeb, XVIII. 459 f 

L'Annee Cartographiqne : F. Schrader, 
tin. 168; V. 95; VIL 342; IX. 
248; XL 210; XIIL 334; XV 
451 ; XVII. 222 ; XIX. 414 

I^itfaden der Eartenentwurfslehre : 
A. Lindenkohl, XV. 444 f ; Do. : K 
Ziippritz, XIV. 122 t 

zur Geschichte der Earto- 
graphie : W. Wolkenhauer, VI. 

398 1 
List of works relating to: P. L. 

Phillips, XX. 130 1 
Method of map-drawing : C. C. Carter, 

XVn. 683 1 
Mctodi sequiti dal R. Ufficio Idro- 

grafico: P. L. Cattolica, XVIII. 

238t 
M ilitar-Eartographie auf der Weltaus- 
Btellung in Paris, 1900: W. Heim- 
bach und C. Hddlmoser, XVIII. 

459 1 

Earten, Googr. Namen in : C. 

R. von Steeb, XII. 438 1 

Modem map-making, XX. 417 

Notice historique sur la Cartographic : 
A. Lejeaux, XVI. 587 f 

Nouvelle cartographic horaire: H. 
Frassi, XIX. 405 1 

Practical method of teaching geo- 
graphy : J. H. Overton, XVII. 456 f 

Photogrammetrie . . . der Militar- 
Mappierung : A. Rummer, X. 459 f 

Progress of, XII. 401 

Progress! fatti ncgli ultimi tempi 
dalla cartografia, etc. : A. Botto, 
V. 279 1 

Ragles k adopter pour les le'gendes 
des feux sur les cartes, IX. 581 1 

Beliefs, Un nouveau proce'de de con- 
struction des : A. de Claparlde, 
XIX. 405 1 

Sammlung Goscheu ; Eartenkunde 
. . . : E. Gelcich, F. Sauter, P. Dinse, 
XL 320 1 

Schattenplastik und Farbenplastik : 
F. Heiderich, XIV. 122 1 

School atlas, E. Peucker on construc- 
tion of, II. 164 

Stndien am Atlante Soolastico per la 
Geografia Fisica di G. Pennesi : E. 
Peucker, XVII. 562 f 

Technik der Eartenerzeugung : A. 
von Hubl, X. 459 1; XIV. 232 f; 

XVIII. 458 f 

Temperature observations. Prepara- 
tion of range-map, XII. 116 

Terrain-Darstellung in Earten : C. 
Hodlmoser, XII. 438 t 

mit schiefer Be- 

leuohtnng: C. R. von Steeb, X. 
459 ; do., E. Hammer, XIL 103 f 



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GABTOeBAFHY 

Cartography— oonfint{«(2. 

Unmapped areas, etc. : J. S. Keltic, 

XL 106 1 
Ureprnng der *'Kleiiien Seemeile" 

auf den mittelalterlloben Seekart- 

en der Italiener: H. Wagner, 

XVII. 217 1 
War Maps : Sir T. H. Holdich, XVI. 

492 1 (aee aUo above, Krieg-, 

Militar-) 
Ancient and MedisBval C-artography — 
Carta nautica oostmita nel 1325 da 

A. Dalorto: A. Magnaghi, XIII. 

208 §, 570 1 ; Mappamondo del gcno- 

vese Angellinns de Dalorto : A. 

Magnaghi, XVIII. 241 1 
Atlanti e cttrte nautiche, etc. : G. 

Errera, IX. 686 f 
Attempt to reconstruct maps used by 

Herodotus : J. L. Myres, VIU. 605 ♦ 
Baptista Agoese and American carto- 
graphy in the sixteenth centary : 

J. Winsor, X. 460 f 
Carta "de mari mediterraneo " di 

Marin Sanndo '* il Vecchio : A. 

^lagnociivallo, XX. 365 f 
nautica di Giaoomo Bcrtran 

raaiorchino: N. Rodolioo, XVIII. 

241 1 
Carte topogmficho nell* inscgna- 

mcnto della geografia di Renato 

Biasutti, XVIL 683 1 
Cartographic vcrrazanicnnc : H. Har- 

rissc, IX. 345 1 
Cartography of Terra Anstralis and 

New Holland : J. B. Walker, XVI. 

5JW t 
Crawford Mappemonde Reproduc- 
tions : C. R. Beazley, XII. 576 § 
Choiz de cartes et de Mappemondes 

des XI v. et XV^ sfccles : G. 

Marcel, VIIL 95 
Die altesten Weltkarten: K. Miller, 

tV. 288, 407; VL 591; VIIL 

314; IX. 248; XIL333; Do., New 

light on some medifeval maps : C. 

R. Beazley, XIV. 620 ♦ ; XV. 130 ♦, 

378 •, 673 t, XVI. 319 *, 375 f, 705 f 
>iirly methods, VIIL 610 
Katalanischo Weltkarte : K. Kretscb- 

mer, XI. 207 1 
Leitgaden durch die Entwiok1nngs< 

gang der Seekarten : H. Wagner, 

VI. 103 1 
Leonardo da Vinci, Map of: M. 

Fiorini, IV. 475 f 
Mile of mediteval Itiilian charts : H. 

Wagner, XVIL 80, 217 f 
Origin of mediiBTal Italian nautical 

charts : H. Wagner, IX. 444 f 
PeripluB . . . Early history of Charts, 

etc. : A. E. Nordenskiold, XL 579 f ; 

XII. 373 § 
Reinel's Chart : L. Casanova, IV. 

475 1 
Schizzo oartografico originale della 



OABTOeBA?HY 

Oartography— -eorUinued. 

prima metk del XVI. secolo : E. 

Casanova, XVIII. 241 1 
Sixteenth-century map of the world 

on equidistant polar projection : 

W. M. Voynich, XX. 345 1, 654 f 
S0kartets Archivets antika Kaartsam- 

ling,VIL 119t 
Table des le'gendes . . . d*un Atlas 

anoien oontenant des cartes hydro- 

graphiques, etc., XVI. 492 f 
Projections — 

Abbandlmigen uber Kartenprojoc- 

tion : L. Euler, XIIL 459 1, 685 1 
Advantages of equal-area conical pro- 
jection : V. Vitkovski, XVII 562 1 
Acquatorial projektion in der Nautik : 

P. Matthieu, XII. 637 f 
Classificazionc elemcntare delle Pro- 

jezione Geograflche : G. Saija c O. 

Marinelli, XL 321 f ' 
('onical surface equivalent proj<;ction : 

C. E. Stromcyer, XX. 363 f 
Elements of map-projections: J. H. 

Reed, IX. 244 1 
Equal area*proj(*ction for equatorial 

maps. Dr. E. Hammer on, XV. 427 
Flachentreiie Kegelprojectioncn : H. 

Harth,IX. Ulf 
Geografiske Kaartprojektiuncr : Za- 

chariae, IX. Ulf 
KartcnnetzcntwUrfe, Die : E. Ham- 
mer, IX. 58 If 
Konstruction der Parallelkrcisbilder 

im Netze der Mercator-Projection : 

L. Kleritj, XX. 471 1 
Neue Metbode zur Veranscbaulichung 

der Kartenmassstabe : H. Habe- 

nicht, XVIII. 459 f 
Projection sphe'rique comparec anx 

autres projections : V. Maes, XVIII. 

238 1 
Projektionsbilder als Anschauungs- 

mittel fur Schulen : H. Zimmcrer, 

XIX. 241 1 
Projections des cartes geographiques : 

de Coatpont, VI. 395 f 
Projezioni cartografichc cicloidali : 

M. Fiorini, XVL 129 f 
per ribaltamento : Q. Saija, 

VIIL 423 1 
Sketch of . . . map projections : C. F. 

Close, XIX. 78 §. 238 f 
Sopra alcune propriety . . . proiezione 

isodromica : A. Venturi, AlIL 327 f 
tre special! projezioni meri- 

diane, etc. : Fiorini, Vll. 119 t 
una speciale transformazione 



delle projezioni cartografichc, etc., 
M. Fiorini, VI. 100 f 

Stereographic projection and its im- 
possibilities : 8. L. Penfold, XVIL 
562 t ; Do. for geographical maps 
and sailing oliarts : Id., XX. 363 f 

Surface equivalent projections : C. E. 
Stiomeyer, XIX. 406 f 



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OABTOeRAPHY 

Gartognphy— etmttnued. 

Ueber die projektionen der Erdkart- 

en : A. BlndJau, IX. Ill f 
Ueber Kartenprojection : Lagrange 

und Gauss, XIII. 685 f 
Unechtcylindrische und unechtko- 

nische flachentrcue Abbildungen: 

E. Hammer, XVI. 129 f 
Vergleichung einiger Abbildangen 

cines kleincn Stilcks der ellip- 

soidischen Erdoberfl'ache : E. Ham- 
mer, XIV. 344 1 
Wahl der Projektionen fiir die 

L'anderkarten, etc. : A. filudau, 

VIL 117 t 
Waagehort aus der Projektionslchre 

anf die Bchnle? : A. Bludaa, XIX. 

662 1 
Carton, Dr. : Le Bedouin, XVIII. 241 f 
, J., Notes Bur rutilisation ration- 

nelle de Fflcphant, XVII. 45(J f 
Carus, J. V. : International catalogue of 

scientific literature of the Royal Society, 

XIV. 466 1 
Carus- Wilson, C. ; letter on drifting sands 

and musical noises of Rig-i-Rawan, IX. 

571 
Carvajal, M. : liatitud de Lima, IX. 580 f ; 

Navegabilidad de los trios orientales 

del Peru, IX. 579 f ; Report on Eastern 

Rivers of Peru, IX. 343 1 
Carvalho, A. de : Desoobrimento do Bra- 

sil. III. 74 1 
Casablanca, nach dem Reisebericht S.M.S. 

CharloUe, XVI. 369 f 
Casauoya, E. •: Carta nautica del Reinel, 

rV. 475 1 
Casati, G. ; obituary, XIX. 646 ; Do. : A. 

Mori, XV. 131 1 
Cascade mts. — Climate, etc., of: I. C. 

RuBsell, XIX. 529 1; Geology of: I. C. 

Russell, XVII. 662 §, 678 f ; glaciers of, 

XIL 556 
Case, C. B. : Photographs of Br. Guiana, 

XX. 570 
Case, £. : Experiments in ice motion, VII. 

338t 
Casella, L. P. ; obituary, IX. 672 
Casement, R. : Trade of Loureu^o Marques, 

X.440 
Cash, G. G. : First English map of India, 

XIX. 653 ; First topographical survey of 

Scotland, XVIIL 614 ; XIX. 104 1; Life 

and voyages of J. Cook, XVIII. 342 f 
Cashmere : tee Kashmir 
Casiquiarc canal, S. America, XVII. 364 
Caspian Sea — 

Biology, Contributions to : E. Lonn- 
berg, XVIII. 239 f 

Canalverbindung zwischen dem Kasp- 
ischen und Asow'schen Meere : Im- 
manuel, XX. 465 f 

Caspian Sea Pilot : N. Pushchin, XI. 
681 t ; XII. 429 f 

Chemistry of: A.Lebedint8eff,XIX.652t 

Der Adschidaija : O. Lang, XII. 627 1 



OATALOeVSS 

Caspian Sea — eontinned. 
Desiccation of, V. 877 
From Teheran towards the : H. J. Wells, 

501* 
Herodotus* Kaspian, VIII. 621, 623 
Karabugas : N. Andrussov, IX. 461, 471 
Meerbusen des Kaspischen 

Meeres : N. von Seidlitz, XIV. 581 f 
Temperature of : I. B. Shpindler, XIX. 

559 1 
Cassanello, G. : Dei lavori idrografici e 

talassografici, X. 342 f 
Cassel, M. van : La Haute Cote d*I voire 

occidentalc, XIX. 233 1 : XX. 246 f 
Cassell's Gazetteer of Gt. Britain and 

Ireland, III. 344 f; XIL 323 f; XIIL 

676 1; New Geographical readers, 

England, V. 504 f ; Universal Atlas, I. 

96 t, 191 1, 287 1, 448 §. 478 1 
Cassini ; I lavori geografici di : A. Bles- 

sich, IX. 1 14 t ; La vie ct los travaux 

geographiqucs de: L. Drapcyon, IX. 

345 1 ; liCs travaux geogn\phiqucs de : 

Id., VIII. 425 1 
Castaing, R. : Bizerte ; Souvenirs du passe', 

XVI. 700 1 
CastanboBo, M. de, and F. M. E. Peroira : 

Doe feitos de D. C. da Gama em Ethi- 
opia, XII. 219 1 
Castellani, C. : Vers Ic Nil fran9ai8 avec 

la mission Marchand, XIII. 323 f, 418 1 
Castelluccio, Vallone, Italy, X. 482 
Castelmola, O. S. di : Turchia, II Vilaiet 

di Monastir, XX. 553 f 
Castilho, A. do : A provincia de S. Thome', 

VII. 443 1 
Castillo, D. K. del : Diccionario Geogra- 

flco de Espana, etc., I. 181 f ; IV. 281 t 
Castle Line Atlas of S. Africa : D. Currie 

& Co., V. 287 t 
Castleton, Angleterro ; Bluc-John-mine 

U: Barnes et Holroyd, XVI. 695 f 
Castonnet des Fosses, H. : L'Inde fran- 

^aise au XVIIP. Sibde, XX. 555 f; 

Une excursion en Danemark, XI. 564 f, 

680 
Castro, A. de ; remarks on Vasco da Gama 

XII. 16 
, L. do : De Zeilah au Harar, XIV. 

583 1 
Casuarina tree plantations, Nile delta, 

XV. 17 
Catalogues : (jtee dUo Bibliographies, and 
Indices) — 

Alpine Club, Books in library of, XV. 

675 1 
Bibliographies geblogiques : E. de Mar- 

gerie, IX. 687 1 
Biblioteca de la Sociedad Geogrdfica de 

Lima, XIII. 688 1 
Bibliothek der deutschen Akademie der 

Naturforscher : O. Grulich, XIV. 236 1 
der geographischen Gesell- 

schaft in Munchen, IX. 346 f 
Bibliotheque de feu le Dr. Veth, XIV. 

583 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.-XX. 



CATAL0GU18 

Catalogues — continued. 
Bibliotheque orientale de feu C. Schefer, 

XIII. 688 t 
Catalogue No. 3 of eeoond-hand books 

and manuaoripts, XV. 199 f 
Catalogue de la grando ool lection . . . 

de W. J. Roijaards van den Ham, XIII. 

461 1 
d*une importanto biblioth^ue 

compos^o d'ouvrages anciens, XI. 

106 1 
Ellis and Elvey's general catalogue of 

rare books and manuscripts^ IV. 

471 1 
English Catalogue of books, f IX. 584 ; 

XIIL 330, 571 ; XV. 448; XVII. 682 
Fourth centenary of discovery of 

America, Catalogue of geographical 

documents, I. 186 f 
Geographical works : F. Cardon, I. 283 1 
Hebraica and Judaica : A. Lowy, 1. 186 1 
India Office Library, VIII. 533 t 
International Catalogue of scientific 

literature, XIV. 466 f, 467 f ; XVIII. 

649 1 
Inventaire sommaire des archives 

historiques, Minist^re de la Guerre, 

XVI. 133 1 
Istituto Intemazionale di Bibliografia: 

D. Chilovi, X. 555 t 
John Byland's Library, Printed books 

and manuscripts in, XV. 303 f 
Librairie fran^aise: O. Lorenz et D. 

Jordell,L 186 1; IX. 347 f 
Libreria de Penella y Bosch . . . Barce- 
lona, VIII. 533 1 
Livres de la 8ociete de Geographic de 

Geneve, IX. 687 f 
Maps and Books in library of Egyptian 

War Office: F. R. Wingate, XII. 

547 1 

Marsh, G. P. : Library of, VIII. 196 f 

Oriental catalogues of new and second- 
hand books, XIII. 319 1 

Scientific and technical periodicals : U. 
C. Bolton, XII. 641 1 

papers, XX. 365 f 

Societe' de Geographic de Lille, 
Catalogue de la Bibliothtque, XIV. 

690 1 

Vienna Geographical Society, XV. 447 1 
Catamarca Province, Map (Museo de la 

Plata), IV. 286 f 
, Salta, and Tucuman provinces 

— exploration by Argentine Government, 

UL 518 
Catchment areas and their drainage 

channels, X. 479 
Catherine, Le Port, La Bussio dans 

r Ocean Glacial Arctiqae, XI. 566 f 
Catholicos of the East and his people : A. 

J. Maclean and W. H. Brown, III. 436 1 
Cattolica, P. L. : Determinazione della 

Latitudine dell' osservatorio, etc., XI. 

449 1 ; Stazione astronomica a San 

Cataldo di Ban, XIV. 464 1 



QA1T0ASU8 

Catnquinani Indians of Amazonas, Visit 
of J. Bach to: G. E. Church, XIL 63; 
" Cambarysii " of : E. H. GiglioU, XVII. 

453 1 
Cauca river, Colombia, XVIL 348 
Caucasni (mts. and region) — 

Alpine plants of : I. Akinfiyeff, XII. 

206 1 
Caucasian branch of Russian Geo- 
logical Society, Memoirs, VI. 556 
Caucasian highlands, The : V. Dingel- 

stedt, VL 293 f 
Caucasus and Tirah : Lord Napier of 

Magdala, XIL 206 f 
Cypriniden des Kaukasus, XV. 664 f 
Ethnography of Caucasia, VII. 547 
Free-Svanetia, Customs, etc, of 
inhabitants: N. Dmitriveff, XI. 

196 1 
Geographical work, progress, IL 484 ; 

XL 427 ; Russian, XII. 186 
Geographie . . . dcr Kharthwelischen 

Sprachen : H. Schuchardt, XI. 91 f 
Georgian annals and historians on 

Northern Caucasus and Russia: 

Dzhanashavali, XL 568 f 
Grusinischo Mllitarstrassc die : C. 

Hahn,VIIL412t 
Ichkeria, In the forests of: V. V. 

Markovich, XII. 206 1 
Kaukasische Dorfanlagen und 

Haustypen : C. Hahn, VIII. 307 t 
Kaukasische Museum, Boricht iibor 

das, VIIL 307 1 
Lachse der Eaukasusl'andcr : F. F. 

Kawraisky, IX. 336 f ; XII. 2(HJ t 
Lichenes in Caucaso . . . : H. Lojka et 

M. Dechy, XV. 81 f 
Linguistics of, Baron Uslar on, II. 

365 
Mammals of the Steppes of N.E. 

Caucasus: K. A. Satunin, XIX. 

769 t 
Maps — Karte des nordustlicbcn 

Kaukasus : G. Radde, VII. 225 t ; 

Kharthwelischc Sprachgebiet im 

Siidwestlichen Kaukasus : H. 

Schuchardt, X. 346 ; Map. of N. W., 

and survey of G. Radde's route 

(q,v. under Exploration heUno), IV. 

476 1 

Peuplement . . . du Caucase et du 

Turkestan Russe: P. Barre', XX. 

668 t 
Pflanzenverbreitung in denKaukasus- 

landern : G. Radde, XVI. 123 1 
Photographs: M. de Dechy, XIV. 

469 
Places and tribes in. Collection of 

material for description of, V. 

179 t; XX. 244 1 
Points in, List: N. Vinnikoff, XII. 

206 1 
Population, IX. 658 ; X. 198, 201 

RaUway, XVI. 224 

Sammlungen des Kaukaslschen 



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GAU0A8U8 

Oauoams— eonttnued. 

Mnsenms : G. Badde, XVI. 366 f ; 

XX. 354 1 
Stellnng von Kolchis in den fenchten 

subtropischen Gebieten der Erde: 

A. Knwsnow, XIX. 397 t 
Svanetia, Notes on : Prince B. D. 

Eriatoff, Xn. 206 1 
Tata, Lea : E. Chantre, I. 83 1 
Uachba im Kaukaaua: W. Biokmer- 

Bickmere, XIV. 116t 
Yergleichende Charakteriatik dea Ural 

und dea Kaukaaua: K. Futterer, 

VIIL 307 
Yolkaet'amme Kankaaiena: F. A. 

Rosam'aaaler, XYIII. 326 f 
Phyaiography— 
Conra d*eau dn Cancaae et lenr action 

g^logiqne: V. Dingelatedt, XII. 

630t 
Deaiocation of Gaaoasna, AkinfiyefTa 

obaeryationa, V. 377 § 
Geogiaphie phyaioue de la chatne 

dn Cancaae: E. Fonmier, XI. 

91 1 
Geologie . . . dn Cancaae Central : E. 

Ponmier, Vn. 327 f 
Geologiacbe Nachleae : A. Heim, XII. 

630 1 
Glacial Begion of Teberda and 
Chkbalta: I. V. Mnabketoff, XI. 

568 1 
Hydrography of: V. Dingelatedt, 

XIV. 335 1 
Igneoua rockaof Ganoaana : V. Dingel- 
atedt, VIII. 648 1 
Recbercbea g^ologiqnea dana le 

Caucase central, IX. 233 f 
Zei-Gletacber in der Centralkotte dea 

Kankasua : G. Greim, XII. 97 f 
Travel— 
A travera la Caucase : E. Levier, V. 

505 1 
Adyrau, Climbs among peaks of : H. 

W. Holder, XI. 196 f 
An col Dongouz-Oroum : C. Begaud, 

XIII. 454 1 
An nord do la cbaine du Caucaae : 

Baron de Baye, XIV. 680 f 
Au 8ud de la cbaine du Caucaae: 

Baron de Baye, XIV. 335 1 ; XV. 

193 1 
Botanical-geographical ezcnraion in : 

A. V. Fomin, XVIII. 107 1 
Caucase du Nord, La route de Grousie : 

E. Fournier, VIII. 412 f 
Chez lea Tatara ; de Derbent It Eliza- 

bethpol : Baron de Baye, XVIII. 

231 1 
Climber'a Guide, projected work of 

D. W. Freabfield, III. 422 
Climbs in Alps and : A. F. Mummery, 

VL 201 1 
Description of a third journey to 

N. w. Caucaaua : N. A. Buah, 

XVIII. 107 t 



CAVAIXI BIYXB 

Oanoasui— con^tniied. 

Durch den Kaukasua: F. Benndorf, 
VIII. 648 1 

Excuraionen ... in dem Kaukaaua, 
etc. : C. Diener, XII. 93 1 

Explorationa, III. 231 ; XI. 427 ; (D. 
W. Freabfield on), VII. 656 ; Di^chy, 
XI. 430 ; XIV. 660 ; D. W. Fresh- 
field and V. Sella, VIIL 153, 307 1 ; 
Merzbacber, 1. 63; II. 18 ; Pastuchof, 
II. 548 : Badde, I. 455 ; V. 77 ; map, 
IV. 476 1 ; Riokmers, VI. 472 

Glaciers, exploration of : N. A. Busch 
and N. N. Sohukin, IX. 567; 
Russian, V. 378 ; XIL 184 

Guide au Cancaae: J. Monrier, IV. 

575 1 
Hochregionen des Kaukasus, Aua den : 

G. Merzbacber. XVIIL 107 t, 611 § 
Journey in N.W. Caucaaua: N. A. 

Buaob, XL 568 f 
Kankasiache Reiaen und Studien : C. 

Hahn, IX. 461 f 
Meine Beiae im Kaukaaua : Graf 

Zichy, XIII. 321 1 
Promenade au Caucaae et dana le 

Turkeatan: H. Primbault, XIX. 

397 1 

Beiae in den N.W. Kaukaaua, etc.: 
N. A. Buaoh, XIII. 428 f , 454 t 

Beise nach Siid Kaukaaien: A. 
Arzruni, VII. 327 f 

Beiaeakizzen aua . . . dem Kauka- 
aua: H. Oredner, XL 566 f; aua 
Tranakaukasien : W. yon Landesen, 
XIX. 231 1 

Bion defile, Journey in : A. S. 
Lominadze, XL 196 f 

Travel pictures : J. Y. Simpson, XIII. 

214t 
Traverse'e du Caucase par la route do 

Georgie : E. Ga«lois, IX. 339 1 
Tsitsli, First ascent of : C. T. Dent, 

XIV. 226 1 
Voyage en Caucase : E. Fournier, XL 

196 1 
Caura affluent of Orinoco : E. Andr^, XX. 

283* 
Causeret, C. : Voyage en Tunisie, XYIII. 

233 1 
Causses — 
Caussos, The: E. A. Martel and G. 

Gaupillat, III. 344 f 
Dans les cavernes dea : E. A. Martel, 

XIL 426 1 
Le sous-sol des : E. A. Martel, I. 563 f 
Miriam's Guide to, 11. 378 f 
Subterranean rivers in, XIV. 404 
Sur la riviere . . . au Tindoul ... et les 
sources de Salle-la-Source : E. A. 
Martel and G. Gaupillat, L 81 f 
Caustier, E., and others: Ce qu*il faut 

connaitre de Madagascar, VII. 113 f 
Caux, Pays de, VIIL 395 ; Les Falaisea 

du : J. Thoulet, VIIL 188 f 
Cavalli river, Liberia, XII. 612 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



OAYAir 

CavaD, Earl of: With yacht, camera, and 

cycle in the Mediterranean, VI. 580 f ; 

With yacht and camera in Eastern 

waters, VIII. 648 f 
Cavazzo, Lake; Surrey: O. Marinelli, 

IV. 84 1 
Cave, H. W. : Buined cities of Ceylon, 

VIII. 649 1 ; IX. 338 f, 661 § 
Cavendish, A. £. J. ; on H. E. Goold- 

Adams* ascent of Great White Mt., 1. 64 
and H. E. Goold-Adams : Korea 

and Sacred White Mountain, III. 346 f 
-, H. S. H. ; expedition to liake 



Rudolf, X. 538, 566; Cavendish's Reise 
durch Ostafrika, XH. 325 f ; Through 
Somaliland and . . . Lake Rudolf, XI. 
372* 
Caves — 
Cave at Wombeyan, N.S. Wales; O. 

Trickett's report, XV. 424 
Cave drawings, Aboriginal, in Palmer 

goldfield : B. L. Jack, VIII. 193 f 
Cave-dwellers of America, Tarahumaris 

of Sierra Madre: C. Lumholtz, IV. 

578 1 
Cave dwelling in N. Mexico, XI. 426; 

in Tunis, XI. 598 ; of Mitumba mts., 

L. CerckeFs visit to, XI. 181 
CavB regions of Ozarks and Black Hills : 

L. A. Owen, XIII. 324 f 
Cavernes de la C6te-d*0r: C. Driston, 

X. 546 t 
des environs de Marseille : E. 

Fournier, X. 547 1 
Caves of Great Britain, X. 500 ; on mt. 

Elgon, IX. 184; in Somaliland, XL 

23, 25; of Yorkshire, Notes on the: 

8. W. Cuttriss, XIV. 658 § ; XV. 78 f 
Faune cavernicole du Jura, etc.: A. 

Vir^, X. 547 t 
Gonffre de Padirac : E. A. Martel and 

E. Rupin, X. 547 1 
Grotte de Baumo-les-Messieurs : E. 

Renauld, X. 547 f 
de Dargilan : G. Carrier©, X. 

547 1 
Grottes artificielles des environs do 

Brive : P. Lalande, X. 546 f 
de C^rniale d'Obrou et de 

Padrid : E. Boegan, XL 87 t 

- de la valle'e de la Bourne et dn 



F. 



Vercors : Decombaz, XII. 426 f 
Geographic und Uohlonkunde : 

KrauB, VII. 221 1 
Martel, E. A.: Bibliographio speleo- 
logiquc, XL 574 f ; British caves and 
speleology, X. 500*; XL 194 1; 
Recherches ... en De'voluy, XV. 
188 1, 428 § : Sous terro, VIL 221 f ; 
Spelfloological Society founded bv, 
VII. 434 ; Speleologie t, VIIL 425 ; 
IX. 113 ; XIL 639 ; XVI. 374 ; Subter- 
ranean explorations, IV. 186 f ; XV. 
427; Temperature of Caves, IIL 522 
Speleologie de la Meuse: Brocard, 
VIIL 41 It 



Cavei — eonttnued. 
Spelunque de Dions : F. Mazawiic et G. 
Caban^, X. 546 f 

Cavone delle Noce, X. 484, 486 

Cawston, E. : remarks on '* Twenty years 
in Zambesia," I. 323 

Caxias, S. Brazil, VI. 286 

Cayapas Indians, Three weeks with the : 
S. M. Basurco, IV. 284 1 

Cayambe, Cerro de, Eci^or, XVIL 344 

Cayeux, L. : Exploration in Crete, XIX. 
212; Surles rapports tectoniques entre 
la Gr^ce et Cr^te ocoidentale, XX. 350 1, 
450 § 

Caylar, Le canton dn : P. G. de RonviUe, 
XV. 433 1 

Cayley, H. : Guide to . . . health in un- 
healthy countries, VIIL 196 1 

Cayley- Webster, H. : Through New Guinea 
and cannibal countries, XIII. 96 f 

Cayor, Souvenirs du: R AUemann, IX. 

462 1 
Cazaux, Topographic ; . . des lacs de, 

etc. : C. Duffart, XIII. 675 1 
Caze, Vacher de la : see Vacher 
Cazemajou, Capt. ; massacre of expedition 
of, XIL 316 ; Le Capitaine Cazemajou : 
J. Leotard, XIX. 241 1; Voyage de 
Nefta k Ghadames : P. Vuillot,VIIL 530 f 
Ceara — 
Alg^mas origens do Ceara : A. Bezerra, 

XIX. 236 1 
Ceara und . . . Verbesserung seines 

Klimas : H. von Iliering, V. 284 f 
Landschaftliche Charakter von: F. 

Katzer. XX. 469 f 
O nome Ceard : Mendes e Sampaio, XIX. 
236 1 
Cecchi, A. : Massacre de la Mission Cecchi, 
IX. 341 t ; Notizie geograflche . . . 
della costa somala, VIIL 93 f ; obituary, 
• IX, 230 

Cedrtu AUantiea, IX. 643 
Geleboi— 
Beschrijving van het Rijk Gowa: V. 

J. van Marie, XX. 466 1 
Besuch auf Buton und Sud-Celebes : G. 

Radde, VII. 563 f 
Binnenseen von : A. Wichmann, 11. 

572 1 
De opsporing van het Lindoemeer: A. 

C. Kruijt, XI. 297, 568 f 
Exploration de Celebs : P. and F. 

Sarasin, VIL 205 ; IX. 89, 339 f, 461 f 
Faunal subregion of, VIIL 380, 386 
Geographisch-Geologischen Beschrei- 

bung der Insol Celebes: P. and F. 

Sarasin, XIX. 525 1 : XX. 446 § 
Geologic, von : H. Bucking, XV. 664 f ; 

Geologischc skizze vom Nord-Celebes 

(map) : Id., XV. 201 
Ijzer in Midden-Celebes : A. C. Kruijt 

XVIIL 638t 
Kruijt, A. C. ; journey, XV. 286 
Kustenkunde von, XVIL 673 1 
Landschap Gowa : A. Eerdmans ; 



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CMtm-'-aonHntied. 

GeschiedeniB van : B. Erkelens, XII. 
324 1 
Poigar-river in het landschap Bolaang 
Mongondo : J. G. F. Riedel, XVIIL 
87f,108t 
Po88o-See in, VIII. 416 f; Reiseroute 
naoh (map) : A. C. Kruijt, VIII. 428 1 
Rijk Mori : A. O. Kruijt, XV IL 89 f 
Sanwin, P. and F. ; journeys, VII. 205 ; 
XX. 229 ; Reiseberichte aus Celebes : 
P. and F. Saraain, V. 281 1; VL 
295 1; VIL 212 f, 678 f; Reisen im 
Innern : P. Saraain, XVII. 447 1 
Sea-deptha, XVL 551 
Toradja's van midden Celebes : N. 
Adriani, XIX. 397 f ; Die adoptie . . . 
bei : A. C. Kruijt, XIV. 580 f 
Volkskunde der Poso-Alforen : A. C. 

Kruijt, IX. 461 1 
Zoogeograpbische Stelluog yon (.'elebes : 
W. Kobelt, XVIII. 325 1 
Celsing, G. R. : Andrees Ballongupp- 

rtigning, XL 204 1 
Celtia, C, in seiuen 'Beziebungen zur 

Geograpbie : T. Geiger, X. 655 
Census, XVIII. 202 
Census Notes: J. A. Baines, XVIII. 
♦549 1 

of 1891 and rural depopulation: 

L. L. Price, III. 529 f 

of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 

1895, E. Gallina on, IX. 87; of 
Ceylon, 1891, L 564t; of India: C. 
E. D. Black, IIL 216*; Johannes- 
burg, IX. 445 ; Russian Empire, IX. 
657 ♦ ; U.S.A. (Eleventh), VIIL 312 1 ; 
(Twelfth), XIV. 322 
Census-taking and its limitations : J. A. 

Baines, XVL 131 f 
Reoensement sconlaire du monde en 
1900 : J. de Korosy, XL 574 f 
Centroepbere, Solidity of, XIV. 435 
(^'Cos — I/lle de Keos : K. Hauttecoeur, 

VIIL 412 1 
C«ram — Byscbrift bij de Kaarten van 
Seran : G. W. W. C. Howell, IX. 461 f ; 
Ceram ; J. Boot, IV. 281 1 : Die Insel 
Ceram, XI. 91 f ; Ein Aufenthalt auf 
Gro8s-(/eram : V. Ribbe, I. 468 t 
Ceroean, M. : Explorations in E. Bolivia, 

XVL 564 
Cerckel, L. : I..eB galeries souterraines de 
Mokana (Mitumba mta.), XL 181 §, 
313 1 ; on river names in Congo basin, 
XIIL 71 
Cerele equatorial de rel^vement : E. De- 

cante, XV. 556 f 
Cerigo I. — Originalkarte der Insel Ky- 
thera: R. Leonlmrd, XIV. 126t 

and Cerigotto Is.: R. Leoubard's 

explorations, IX. 320 
Cema : Pilgrimage and civilization of the 

Toltec», rv. 190 1 
Cerro Viejo and its volcanic cones: J. 
Crawford, VII. 334 f 



CI7L0V 

C^erro de Pasco, Andes, XVII. 339 
Cerros or Cedros island : G. Eiaen, XVIIL 

234 1 
Cerroti, O. : H seoondo viaggio in Abis- 

sinia del Maabcov, V. 282 f 
Cesano, L. : La Colonia di Uthina, XVIIL 

lilt 
Cesnola, Conte L. Palma di: G. Dalla 

Vedova, XVII. 327 1 
Cesaole, V. de, and L. Maubert : I^a valine 

de la Gordolasque, XV. 546 f 
Cetioo tree of Napo river, IIL 484 
Cetinje, Montenegro, IV. 388 ; Cettinje to 

Windsor, XIIL 87 1 
Cetle, Coup d'oeuil sur Tbistoire de: L. 

MaUvialle, IIL 344 f 
Ceuleneer, A. de : Llle de Cr^te, X. 453 f 
Ceuta and Gibraltar: J. F. Crease, XX. 

240 1 
Cevennes, Basses, Monograph on: De 

Bonrguet, IIL 250 f 
Ceylon — 

Administration reports ; Survey depart- 
ment : F. H. Grinlinton, XIV. 678 1 ; 
XVIL 548 1, 657 S; XVIIL 532 §; 
Do. : P. D. Warren, XX. 667 f 

Ancient cities and temples in Knrune- 
gala district : F. H. Modder, X. 455 1 : 
XII. 429 1 

Antiquarian discovery relating to 
Portuguese in, XVII. 548 1 

Anuradhapura sous les rois cingbalais : 
J. Leclercq, XVL 575 1 ; Ruines 
d'Anouradhapoura : Id., XVIII. 105 f 

Botany of Ceylon Patanas : H. W. Pear- 
son, XIV. 456 1 

British rule in : T. Berwick, VIIL 309 f 

Census for 1891 : L. Lee, I. 564 f 

Ceylon : B. P. Evrard, XVIL 86 f 

: L. B. Clarence, IX. 680 t 

in 1896, VIIL 308 t 

in 1899 : J. Ferguson, XV. 190 1 

Ceylon-Zimmt, Ueber den: C. Hart- 
wich, XVIIL 229 1 

und seine Bcwohner : W. Geiger, 

X. 227 1 

Connection with India, XX. 335 

Dutch East India Co. in. Monumental 
remains of : F. H. de Vos, XIV. 678 f 

Eine Woche in Ceylon : G. Radde, VIL 
562 t 

Expedition against King of Kandy, 
1765, by van Eck ; trs. A. E. Bnult- 
jens, XVII. 548 t 

Geology of South (.'Ontral, Notes on : J. 
Parkinson, XIX. 105 f ; Geological 
. . . sketch of N.W. Province : ¥.. 
H. Modder, XII. 429 f 

Haeckel's letters from, III. 159 f 

Handbook and Directory ; od. J. Fergu- 
son, HI. 159 1 ; XIX. 105 t 

Insel Ceylon, Die, XVIIL 105 1 

Land legislation in, (Correspondence, 
XIV. 456 1 

Le plus ancien entrepot de commerce : 
J. Leclercq, XIV. 678 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



OXTLOV 

Oeylon — continued. 
Miflsionaire beige dans Ttle de Ceylon : 

J. Leclerca, XIII. 453 1 
One hundred yean of British rule in : 

L. B. Clarence, VIII. 91 f 
Railway, Govt., Extension of: F. J. 

Waring, XII. 96 1 
Beporta (Colonial), XV. 436 f ; XVIL 

319t; XX. 6671 
Royal Asiatic Society, Ceylon branch ; 

Catalogue of library, VII. 570 f 
Ruined cities of: W. H. Cave, VIII. 

649t; IX. 338t,661§ 
Ruines de Pollanarouwa : A. M. Eyrard, 

XIX. 396 1 
Raar's account of, 1647-1657, 1. 83 f 
S^jour dans Tile de Oeylon : J. Lecleroq, 

XVI. 696 1 
Tea, Rise of planting enterprise and 

trade in: J. Ferguson, XVII. 320 f; 

Eulter von Thee in : A. Schulte, 

XVIII. 549 1 
Temples souterrains de Ceylon: J. 

Lecleroq, XIII. 677 f 
Une ville morte li Ceylon : J. I^eclercq, 

XV. 436 1 
Veddahs of. Notes of a trip to : H. M. 

Hiller and W. H. Furness, XVIII. 

548t; XX. 242t 
Vertebrate animals of India, Ceylon and 
Burma, DiBtribution of : W. T. Blan- 
ford, XIX. 524 f, 638 § 
Chaba river, Rocky mts., V. 59 
Chabang-tiga mt, Johore III. 285 
Chablais, L'originedu: M. Lugeon, XIV. 

222 1 
Clmcaltana, C. : El Dr. D. L. Carranza, 

XIV. 687 1 
Chaco. S. America, XVII. 388 ; XIX. 71 ; 
Linguistic cartoprraphy of region : D. G. 
Brinton, XIII. 217 f 

Boreal, Land and people ; W. B. 

Grubb. XVL 491 1 

Indians of Pilcomayo, VII. 83 



(Macula, Guatemala, Die alten Ansiede- 
lungen von : E. Seler, XIX. 775 f ; XX. 
220 § 
(^had. Lake, XVII. 144 
Alger au Congo par le Tchad: F. 

Foureau, XIX. 196 §, 400 1 
Autour de lac Tchad, XVI. 582 f 
Autour du Tchad, XV. 439 f 

— : Capt. Joalland, 



Tschadsee : H. 



XIX. 528 1 

Dreilanderccke am 
Singer, XX. 245 1 

Expeditions— Behagle, XIII. 535 ; XIV. 
320; XX. 467 1, 541; Foureau, 
XVI. 557; French, X. 539; XIL 
79: XVL 349; XX. 231; GentU, 
XII. 79 

Occupation des territoires du Tchad: 
G. Regelsperger, XVIII. 456 f 

et organisation dos terri- 
toires du Tchad : M. Gentil, XVIII. 
329 1 



OHALA 

Chad, Ijoke—eonttnued. 
Babeh and das Tsohadseegebiet : M. 

von Oppenheim, XX. 668 f 
Region francaisedn Tchad : A. Montell, 

XIV. 583 1 
Route from Chad to the Shan: J. 
Dybowski, II. 580 f 

to : G. Demanohe, 11. 187 1 

Voyage au lac Tchad : P. L. Monteil, 
VI. 296 1 

commercial au Bassin du 

Tchad : F. de Behagle, VIIL 531 f 

Ohaffanjon, J.: A travers le Turkestan 
Russe, la Mongol ie, etc., XL 682 f; 
journey in Mongolia and Manchuria, 
VII. 550 ; IX. 220 ; Rapport sur une 
mission scientifique, etc., XV. 79 f 

Chagas, M. P. : Os Desodbrimentos Portu- 
gueses e 06 de Colombo, I. 90 f 

Chagres river, Colombia, XVII. 350 ; XIX. 
329 

Chagru pass, Tirah, XII. 338, 340 

Chahar Mongols, III. 358 

Chah-Beg, Persia, VII. 172 

Chaigneau, J. F. : Derrotero del Estrecho 
de Magellanes, etc., XVII. 325 f ; In- 
strucoiones Nauticas de la Costa de 
Chile, VII. list; VIII. 192 1 ; Jeografla 
Nautica de la Bepublica Aijentina, IX. 

107 1 

Ohaille-Long, Col.: La Coreeou Choson, 
I. 469 1 ; II. 278 t ; L'Egypte et ses pro- 
vinces perdues, I. 182 f 

Chailley-Bert, J. : Colonization of Indo- 
C^hina; trs. A. B. Brabant, IV. 576 f 

Chaillu, P. du : Land of the long night, 
XVII. 445 t 

Chain I. : «ae Anaa 

Chaix, £. : Contribution k Te'tude des 
I^apies, VI. 483 1 ; Erosion torrentielle 
post-glaciaire dans quelques vallees, 
XX. 674 1 ; Le Dr. E. Dufresne, XIV. 
124 1 ; I^es cotes des lies Normandes de 
la Manche, VII. 438 f; L'Eruption de 
I'Etna en 1892, IIL 69 f; I/Irriea- 
tion de TEgypte, III. 72 f ; Theorie des 
Briscs de Montagne, V. 899 f 

, P. ; Biography : E. Goegg and 

others, XVIII. 648 t ; E. Kuhne, XIII. 
330 1; Lake Trasimene, XIIL 60*; 
L'Empire colonial de I'Angleterre en 
1897, XL 689 t ; Le General 8ir Henrv 
Rawlinson, VII. 119 f ; Maroo Polo, XVI. 
494 1; Notice sur les travaux de: E. 
Chaix, XIX. 4091; Notice sur les 
vallees Vaudoises du Piemont, XIX. 
522 t ; obituary, XVII. 539; on preven- 
tion of torrents in Switerland, I. 263; 
on river systems of Switzerland, IX. 318 

Chaiya, Siam, XL 471, 473 

Chaiye, Rhodesia; height, XL 628 

Cliakmak or Chakmaktin lake, Asia, 11. 
402 ; VIIL 98 ; XIIL 52, 441 

Chala, crater lake, E. Africa, IV. 430; 
height and position, IV. 436; O. S. 
Smith on, V. 79 



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OHALAe 

ChalaK, country of, China, XV. 620 

Cluilk, Inflnenoe on physical features of 
country, IX. 77 

OtaUenger, H.M.S. ; Expedition, III. 10 ; 
Publicationa : H. B. Mill, V. 360 • ; 
(presentation to F, Nansen), IX. 568, 
572 : Reports, portraits of contributors, 
X. 344 1 ; researches, IX. 601 ; Sum- 
mary of scientific results: J. Murray, 
VL 586 1; table of animals obtained 
by trawl and dredge in Antarctic, III. 
22 

Medal, presented by J. Murray, 

VII. 206 

Chalmers, J. : Chalmers of Xew Guinea : 
G. Robeon, XVIII. 343 f; Journey, in 
Gulf of Papua, II. 172 ; obituary, XVII. 
666; Pioneer Life and Work in New 
Guinea, VI. 98 1 ; Toaripi, XL 203 f 

and Tomkins of New Guinea, 

XVin. 343 1 

-, Sir D. : British Guiana, Vll. 



565t 



, R. : Explorations S. of St. 

liawrence river, VII. 413; Pleistocene 
marine shore-lines ... St. Lawrence 
valley, VII. 679 ; Pre-glacial decay of 
rocks in E. Canada, XL 685 f ; Surface 
geology of New Brunswick, etc., VI 11. 
190 1 ; Do. of Quebec, XIV. 683 1 

Chaltin, Capt. : Le Congo . . . physique, 
politique ct e'conomique, VI. 195 f 

Chal-tumak glacier, Mustagh-atc^ VL 361 

Ghaman, Afghanistan, IX. 401 ; Chaman : 
A. C. Yates, XL 567 1 

Chamberlain, A. F. : Primitive nature 
study, XVI. 590 t 

' , B. H. : Contributions to 

bibliography of Luchu, X. 550 1 ; Essay 
in aid of a grammar and dictionary of 
Luchuan language, VII. 441 1 ; Luchu 
Is. and their inhabitants, V. 289, 446, 
534*; Manners and customs of the 
Loochooans, III. 251 f 

. and W. B. Mason : Hand- 



book for travellers in Japan, V. 507 1 ; 
XV. 80 t 

-, J. F. : Climatic conditions 



in S. California, XX. 670 f ; Geography 
as basis for Correlation, XVII. 455 t ; 
List of books . . . dealing with teacliing 
of geography,XVIL 456 t ; California, 
XIV. 461 1 

-, T. C. : Attempt to test the 



nebular hypothesis, etc., XVI. 129 f ; 
Classification of American glacial 
deposits, VI. 392 f ; on division of geo- 
logical time, XV. 650 ; Glacial periods, 
cause of, XV. 89 f ; Glacial studies in 
Greenland. IV. 461 ; V. 286 f : X. 124 f ; 
Hypotheses bearing on climatic changes, 
XL 206 1 ; Lord Kelvin's address on the 
age of the Earth, XIV. 465 t ; Origin of 
loess of Mississippi valley, XII. 100 f; 
Relations of geology to physiography 
in oar educational system, III. 351 f ; 



OHAHinBL JfiLAXDB 

Ulterior basis of time divisions, XV. 

88 1 ; War and geography, XII. 424 
Chamberlain, X iC, and F. Levrett : Drain- 
age features of Upper Ohio Basin, III. 

534 1 ; IX. 66 
Chambers' Biographical dictionary : D. 

Patrick and F. H. Groome, XL 460 f ; 

Concise gazetteer of the world, V. 188 f ; 

Encylopsedia, 2nd ed., V. 187 1 
Chambers, B. M. : Can Hawkins's *'Maiden 

Land" be identified as the Falkland 

Is. ? XVIL 414 * 
, H. E. : Constitutional history 

of Hawaii, VII. 446 f 

-, T. : A land of promise, W. 



Australia, XIII. 218 f; Australia, its 

position and prospects, XIV. 842 f 
Chambeyron, E. : L'Isle de Cr^te, X. 

548 1; Lyon voyageur et geographo, 

XV. 91 1 
Ghambezi river, C. Africa, IX. 445 ; XII. 

241, 250; XIV. 444; XV. 230; XIX. 

605 ; XX. 324 
Chamen, W. Africa ; saorcd stones at, XII. 

522 
Chamo lake, E. Africa, XV. 51 
Chamonix and range of Mont Blanc : E. 

Whymper, VIIL 527 1; XIL 321 1; 

XIV. 577 t ; XVI. 119 1 ; XVIIL 320t ; 
Observations sur la route dc Chamonix 
au Mont-Blanc: G. Cora, XV. 433 1 

Champagne, La falaise de : E. Chantriot, 

X. 225 1 
Champawn, Siam, XL 467 
Champe, I^c dc : Yeld, XIV. 677 f 
Champlain, S., Vicde: G. Gravicr, XVI. 

494 1 
Chanambaniali peak, Himalayas, I. 66 
Chanchamayo, Geogratia descriptiva de: 

D. A. Carranza, V. 91 1 
Chandler, J. A. C. : Representation in 

Virginia, VIIL 312 1 
Chandless.W.; legacy to R. G. S.,VIL 

655 ; VIIL 5 ; obituary, VIIL 77 
Chandra Das, S. : see Das 
Chanel, J. : Voyage au Kilima Ndjaro, 

XV. 297 1 

Chang, The, Tibet, I. 402 ; IL 6 ; VIIL 6 
Changes in the unchanging East, XL 

683 1 
Chang-pci-shan range, Manchuria, XIII. 

431 
Changsha, Hunan, XIII. 67; XIX. 722 
Chauler, W. A. : Expedition in E. Africa, 
I. 269, 533 * ; II. 19, 367, 534 * ; Through 
jungle and desert, VIIL 310 f, 479$ 
Channel Islands — 
Charts of tidal streams near: F. H. 

Collins, X. 125 1 
Les cdtes des lies Normandcs : E. 

Chaix, VIL 438 f 
Les lies de la Manchc : H. Bolund, 11. 

472 1 
Ordnance survey, XIX. 784 1 
Strategical value of ; W. L, Clowes, 
XVIL 547 t 

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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLa I.— XX. 



OHANVEL PILOT 

Channel Pilot, Part I., Supplement 1895, 
VTII. 187t; Part XL, Const of France, 
Xr. 106 1 ; (J. W. King), XV. 662 f 

Channing, E. : United States of America, 

1765.1865, VII. 679t 
Chauoino, Capt. ; Mission au Gouronnsi, 

XI. 315 1; XII. 211 1; XIV. 320; 

Mission Voulet-Chanoine, XIV. 459 f ; 

XV. 297 1 
Chanourdie, F. : Las Inuudaciones en el 

Rio Negro, XVI. 702 1 
Chuntabun, Siam, VIII. 430 
Chantre, E. : Chantres Reisen in Anti- 

taurus und in Cilicieu, XIV. 226 f; 

1/ Ararat, III. 159 1 ; Les Bedouins 

d'Egypte, XIX. 527 1 ; Rapport sur nne 

mission scientiflque en Ajsie Minenre, 

XI. 194 1 ; Reoherches anthropologiqnes 

dans r Asie occidentale, VIII. 92 f 
Chantriot, E. : La falaise de Champagne, 

etc., X. 225 1 : La Tlii^rache, XVIII. 

225 1 
Chantu or Taghchi people, C. Asia, IX. 

554 
CTirto Tu-Kua : J. Hirth, VII. 339 f ; 

Ethnography : Id., VIII. 416 f 
Chaonia dc la province de Constantine: 

R. Basset, IX. 576 f 
Chapala bike, Mexico, VI. 425 
C'liapanx, A. : Le Congo, historique, 

diplomatique, etc., X. 049 f 
diaper, M. : Journey in W. Borneo, V. 

168 ; Voyage k Born^, III. 530 f 
('hapin, F.H. : Land of the cliif-dwellers, 

n. 187t 
Chaplin, T. : Visit of David the Reuben- 

ite to Hebron and Jerusalem, IX. 339 f 
Chapman, A. : Wild Norway, X. 225 1 
and W. J. Buck: Wild 

Spain, I. 374 1 

-, E. F. : Triangulation of Africa, 



V. 467 ♦ 

-, F. M. : Origin of West India 



bird-life, XII. 328 1 

P. R. : Fur-seals in Southern 



Seas, III. 521 ; Notes on depletion of 
fur-seal. III. 353 t 

-, J. R. : Cast away on Antipodes 



island, V. 504 f 

-, R., and A. Inglis : Tides of S. 



Australia, XIV. 586 f 
Chappar Rift, India, III. 182 
Chara-Tangfutians, C. Asia, XI. 406 
Charemaru peak, Tibet, VII. 467 
Charente pr^historique : J. Fermond, V. 

504 1; l3o. ; station humaine quarter- 

naire : P. Descoffre, XVII. 671 f 
Chari river : $ee Shari 
Charimaru peak, Himalayas, VIII. 8 
Charisius, Keisebericht des Hauptmanns, 

XIX. 528 1 
Charles Edward, Prince, Wanderings of; 

W. B. Blaikio on, X. 324 
Charles Louis mts., New Guinea, II. 493 
Charleston and district. Trade, XVI. 253 f, 

354§ 



CHARTS 

Charlevoix, P. F. X. de: History and 

general description of New France ; trs. 

J. G. Shea, XX. 331 § 
de Villers, Le Baron: C. 

Grandjean, XI. 460 f 
Charloti^ and Smrboroughy visit to Gilbert 

Is., VI. 331, 352 
Charlottetown, Pictou, and St. Paul Is., 

Tide tables for, XIV. 338 t 
Charmov, Bondages profonds de : A. 31. 

L^vy, VIIL 425 1 
Gharnay, D. : Excursion li I'Oasis de la 
Hadg, Xn.429t; Do. au Yemen, XIV. 

224 t 
et A. Deflers: Excursions aa 

Yemen, XII. 429 f 
Charnwood Forest ; W. W. Watts on, XX. 

524 
Charpentier, M. : Ceque doitetre le canal 
des Deux-Mers, XIX. 649 f; La question 
du French Shore, XVIII. 112 f 
Charters Towers goldfields, Geological 

map IV. 95t: XIV. 127 f 
Chart, Early, of N, Atlantic : M. Christy, 

XI. 459 t 
Charts- 
Admiralty, 1 1. 190, 479, 575 ; II. 286, 
574 ; III. 443; IV. 287, 480, 583 ; V. 
96,191,510,612; VL 105, 299,404; 
VIL 122, 343, 447, 575; VIIL 95, 
314; IX. 119, 351, 584, 587; X. 127, 
462, 562; XI. 110, 328, 579; XII. 
110, 335, 550; XIIL 103, 334, 575 ; 

XIV. 127, 349, 591; XV. 94, 307, 
560; XVI. 138, 499, 711 ; XVIL 102, 
330, 669; XVIIL 119,349, 559 ; XIX. 
117, 415, 666 ; XX. 135, 370, 569 

Chilian, t VIII. 200, 316; XX. 371 

Danish, XIX. 538 1 

French, t L 480 ; II. 287 

Norwegian, 1 1. 480 ; IX. 688 ; XIII. 
464 ; XVIII. 120 ; XX. 476 

Portuguese, fL 288; IL 288; XII. 
645; XVIIL 247 

Russian, t XL 211; XIL 645; XIV. 
851, 695; XV. 451; XVIL 460; 
XVIIL 463; XIX. 416, 668 

U.S.A., tL 95,191,288,676; IL 288, 
576 ; IV. 192, 288; V. 192, 288, 512; 
VL 108, 204, 300; VIL 124, 228, 
452; VIIL 96, 316, 428, 656; IX. 
120,862,472, 588, 692; X. 128, 848, 
464, 563; XL 212, 331, 680; XIL 
111,336, 444, 645; XIIL 104, 336, 
464, 576, 692 ; XIV. 128, 239, 469 ; 

XV. 95, 203, 308, 451, 562, 679; 

XVI. 139,264, 500,595,712; XVIL 
103, 223, 332, 460,571,687; XVIIL 
120, 247, 350, 463, 560, 654; XIX. 
119, 248, 416, 538, 668,787; XX. 136, 
255, 371, 476, 570, 680 ; Catalogue of, 
VIIL 194 t 

Atlantic Currents, X. 100 § 

N. Atlantic and Mediterranean, f XVIL 
459, 570, 687; XVIIL 120,247,350, 
560,654; XIX. 119, 248, 4-16, 638 



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CHABT8 

Cliaxis'-eoiiitfiti^. 

667, 787; XX. 136, 255, 371, 476, 570, 

680 
Curreiit, VIIL 200 f 
Meteorological ; Southern OceaD, XIY. 

695 1 
Star, VIII. 200 t 
World, illustrating Ocean currents : W. 

L. Jordan, XII. 645 f 
Bugles k adopter pour les Ugendes des 
fenx Bor les cartes, IX. 581 1 
Charts and sailing directions ; Law relat- 
ing to : H. B. Moore, XVIII. 646 f ; 
Periplns, E^ssay on early history of : 
Baron A. E. Nordeuskiold, XI. 579 f ; 
Xn. 373 § 
Chassenrs alpins, Les : J. Bregeanlt, XV. 

676 1 
Ghastang, L. : Les Cor^ens, IX. 2H7 1 
Chastrey, H. : Hydrographio du Congo et 

de rOuhanghi, etc., XVIII. 118 f 
Gbatard, T. M. : Natural soda deposits of 

U.S., VL 393 t 
Chatelain, H. : Bantu notes and vocabu- 
laries, III. 348 1 : Geographic names of 
Angola, II. 278 1 
Ghatelier, A. le : Le Bassin minier du 

Niart, XVI. 580 f 
Chatham Islands — 

Icebergs at, A. Shand's note, II. 371 
Ikfaori occupation of, II. 271 
Moriori people of: A. Shand, VI. 98 f 
Relation to former Southern continent : 

H. O. Forbes, II. 565 1 
Story of : H. O. Forbes, II. 92 1 
Study in biology : A. Dendy, XX. 861t 
457 § 

and Peril Straits, General 

information : H. Rodman, VIII. 312 f 
Chatiboi glacier, C. Asia, VIII. 119 
Chatir-Kul, Lake : P. Bogdanor, XVIII. 

108 1 

Chateeringhi-huduk, Tibet, XIX. 581 

Chattanooga district. Physiography of : 
C. W. Hayes, XVI. 371 1 

Chattopadhyaya, 8. B. : Descriptive geo- 
graphy of India, IX. 460 f ; Intermediate 
modem geography, IX. 4(39 f ; Student's 
modern geography in Bengal, IX. 469 f 

Chaudoir, P. : Ballade autour du Monde, 
XII L 571 1 

Chauncy Maples : see Maples 

Chauraud, E. : Carta dimostrativa dcir 
Etiopia, V. 1(H) f; VL 105 f: Elenco 
genende alfabetico nella carta deir 
Etiopia, VL 24K5 f 

Chauvcau, A. B. : Bur la variation diuruc 
do re'lectricite' atmospherique, XVII. 

454 1 
Ghauvert, A., and E. Isambcrt : Syric, 
Palestine . . . le Sinai, etc., VIII. 

Slot 
Chauvigne', A. : Geographie, etc., de la 

Champagne, VII. 327 f ; Inventaire des 
cartes . . . de Touraine, XVIII. 454 f 
Chan Ye Ho, river, Mongolia, XL 509 



CHXB80 

Chavannes, E. : Resultats dc la guerre 

entre la Cliine et le Japon, VII. 329 f 
Chavdar, Karia, IX. 52, 54 
Chave, B. : Distances, etc., on routes of 

Union Castle Line steamers, XX. 473 f 
Chechenes, Highlands of; Madame A. 

Rcjssikoff on, XL 427 
Chechikweyo's town, C. Africa, VII. 184 
Cheddar Gorge, Zigzag course of : C. 

Callaway, XIX. 501 §, 767 f 
Chedeuvre, Baron de ; expedition in 

Abyssinia, XVIII. 89 
Cheesewright, F. H. : Mexican drainage 

canal, VIL 444 1 ; VIII. 73 
Chefoo : see ( 'liifu 
Chekel Tau, Baluchistan, X. 587 
Chi'kiang — 

Escursione nel Ce-Kiang ; L. Vanutclli, 
XV. 191 1 ; Do., nel C e-kiang setten- 
trionale : L. Vwnntelli, XVI. 486 1 

II Ce-Kiang : E. Pini, XIV. 652 §,678t 

, Studio gengrafioo-economico : 

M. Carli, XIV. 579 1, 655 f 

Le Tcbe-Kiang : M. G. Richard, XVIL 

208 1 

Province du Tche-Kiang ; A. Fauvel, 
XIV. 678 1 
Chelan, Lake: H. Gannett, XIII. 216 f 
Chel-haus chasm, Persia, VIIL 508 
Cheling pass, China, XIX. 713, 733 
ChcUaha village, Abyssinia, XV. 107 
Cheltek, HI. 328 
Chelu, A. : Regulation of Nile waters, I.' 

458 
Chelvuskin cape and peninsula, IX. 476 ; 

Toll's expedition at, XX. 217 
Chemical and physical notes : J. Y. 

Buchanan, XIX. III. 
Chemisch-geologische Tiefsce-Forschung : 

K. Natterer, XIV. 345 f 
Cheng-tu, China, VII. 201 ; X. 24 ; XIL 

232 ; XIX. 250 
Chenunda's, C. Africa; people, X. 158; 

position and height, X. 171 
Chen-yuan district, China, XIV. 641 
Cherbourg, Trade and agriculture, XII. 

536 1 
Clierchen, town, Turkestan, VII. 458, 460 
and Anderuu, Region between, 

XX. 309 
C'herchen-Darirt, IX. 550 
Chermuk, conduit at, VIIL 329 
Chemycheff, T. N. : Expedition to Novaya 

Zemlya, VII. 206, 426; do.. Den ryska 

expeditionon, VIIL 649 t ; (geological 

map of Timanskl mts., XVIII. 211; 

Russian medal awarded to, IX. 567 
Clierokee Outlet, Sectional map of : Rand, 

McNally&Co.,IL572t 
Cherokees of N. Carolina, Eastern Band 

of: T. Donaldson, IIL 162 f 
Gherri pass, Bakhtiari mts., IV. 492 
Cherrie, G. K. : (Jrnithology of . San 

Domingo IX 242 + 
Cherso, Isola nel Quamero : L. Czink, 

VIL 560 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. 1.— XX. 



CHSBVIir 

Chenin, Dr. : La sitaationdemograpkique 

dc la France en Europe, VII. 327 f 
Chesapeake- Albemarle canal, VII. 554 
■ and Ohio canal project, Early 

development of : G. W. Ward, XV. 667 1 
Ghesil Beach, grading of beach shingle, 

XI. 628, 646; On grading of the 

shingle : V. Cornish, XIV. 578 f 
Chesnaye, 0. P. : Journey from Fort 

Jameson to Kafue river, XVIL 42*; 

XVIIL 108 1 
Chesneau, M. : L'expedition du Pendule, 

XVIL 91 1 
Chesnel, P. : Histoire de Cavelier de La 

Salle, XVIIL 552 f 
Chesney, Sir G.: The British Empire, 

III. 343 1 
Chester, E. G. : Forest administration in 

Assam, XVIL 87 f 
Chester, Roman site at, X. 522 
Chesterfield Inlet, Hudson's Bay. IV. 446 ; 

Chesterfield Inlet to Great Slave Lake : 

D. T. Hanbury, XVI. 63 ♦, 479, 489 f 
Che-tang plain, China, XVI. 532 
Chevalier, A. : Expedition in Lake Chad 

region, XX. 231 
— et A. Cligny : La Casamanoe, 

XVIIL 109 1 

-, P^re : Atlas du haut Yang- 



Tse, XV. 93 f, 678 1 ; geographical work 
in China, XVI. 556 ; on steam naviga- 
tion on Upper Yang-tse, XIV. 316 
" : see Lasnet 



Chevalleyres, Le ravin des: S. Meunier, 

XVIL 86 1 
Chev4gne, A. de: Geographic historique 

. . . de la Vallee d'Anjou, XII. 426 1 
, Lieut. : Descent of Middle 

Ni^er, XL 298 
ClieviUiard, G. : Les Colonies anglaises, 

XIV. 236 1 
Cheviots, Glacier-dammed Lakes in : P. 

F. Kendall and H. B. MuflT, XIX. 229 f 
Chevrillon, M. : La Syrie, XII. 209 1 
Cbcvrot, Dr. : Exploration du Gouffre de 

Pierrepeu, VII. 438 1 
Chewings, C. : Beitrago zur Keuntnis der 

Geologic Slid- und Ccntral-Australiens, 

IV. 87 1; Coolgardie gold-fields, VIL 

682 t ; Glacial beds of Cambrian age in 

far North of S. Australia, XIX. 237 1 
, H. : Amongst tropical islands, 

XVI. 491 1 ; XIX. 531 1 
Chiaja crater, Italy, X. 429 
Chia-ling river, China, XII. 284 
Cliiamdo, Tibet, I. 399 ; XIX. 588 
Chian-kiang, China, XIX. 251 
Chiapas, Tabasco and Peninsula of 

Yucatan, Geology : C. Sapper, IX. 342 f 
Chicago— 

Longitudes, X. 624 

Mollusca of Chicago area, Polccypoda : 
F. C. Baker, XVI. 588 1 

PliVdiographic ecology of Chicago and 
vicinity : H. C. Cowlcs, XIX. 235 1 

Pleistocene Features and Deposits of 



OHUJB 

Chicago— con^miMcl. 

Chicago Area: F. Leverett, XIV. 
584 1 
Trade Rep., XIV. 584 f; XVL 253 1; 

xvm.u2t 

Vienna-Chicago : R. Mayr, IIL 348 1 
World's Columbian Exposition: Rand, 
McNally & Co.'s Guicie, I. 85 1 
Chichcn-Itza, Nenere Forschnngen in, X. 

651 1 
Chichester, Sussex, XV. 223, 370 
Chico, Rio, Mexico; gorge, XII. 615 
Chiengmai, Siam, VIII. 447 ; Trade Rep., 
XV. 437 1 ; XIIL 214 1 ; XVIL 89 f ; 
XIX. 106 1 
Chiese and Adige, Between the : C. Need- 
ham XL 449 1 
Ohifu, Trade (Foreign Office Rep.), XIV. 
466 1 ; XVI. 576 f ; Tschif u und Umge- 
bung : W. Anz, XVIL 320 f 
Chifumauli or Cbifunanti lake, 0. Africa, 

IX. 445 ; XIL 258 

Chigakhor lake and stream, Persia, IV. 
488 

Chignecto Bay, Marsh and lake region at 
Head of: G. J. Trueman. XIV. 338 1 

Chijs, T. van der: Dagh-Register ge- 
houden int Casteel Batavia, IV. 875 f ; 
VII. 562 1: XVIL 549 t; XIX. 653 1: 
Nederlandsch-Indisch Plakaatboek, L 
875 1 ; IV. 375 1 ; V. 281 f ; VII. 562 f ; 

X. 227 1 ; XVIIL 229 f 

Chikwawa station, E. Africa, II. 410 ; to 

Blautyre, route, II. 412 
Chila oasis, Tibet, IX. 548 
Chilab river, Pamirs, XIIL 441 
Chilas : Sir M. A. S. Biddulph, I. 342 ♦ 
Child, T. : Pekin, V. 280 f 

, W. S. : Aden Harbour, IV. 187 1 ; 

Topographical changes in Aden, IV. 361 
Chllders, H. : Obituary. VIL 324 
Chile— 

Annuario Hidrografioo de la Marina 

de. t VL 198 ; VIL 335 ; XL 100 ; 

XIIL 457 ; XVIIL 554; XIX. 775 

Attca, Kritik der Languo : R. Lens, 

XV. 669 1 
Bahia de Concepcion : D. M. Cabri- 

netty, IX.241t 
Barometrische Hohenmessung des 

Rio Puelo Thais : P. Kruger, IX. 

241 1 
Bibliografia Maritima Chilena: N. 

Aurique, VIL 445 f 
Calbuoo und andcre Vulkane des 

sudlichen : C. Martin, XIIL 324 f 
Censo Jeneral de, XL 100 1 
Chile und die deutsche Colonien : H. 

Kunz, VII. 565 1 
Climatic control of occupation in : R. 

deC.Ward,XL818t 
Copper — Industria del Cobre : J. V. 

Jimenez, XV. 441 f ; Industrie du 

Cuivre, XVIL 213 1 
Department Taltal: L. Darapsky, 

XVL 702 1 ; XVIL 534 § 



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CHIUS 
CSbile— <»fiftntf6c7. 

Diccionario Biografloo de Estran- 

jeroB en Chile: P. P. Firueroa, 

XIX. 240 1 
Entwicklung . . . Chile tind Argen- 

tinien : if Polakowsky, V. 284 f 
Depreflsions and Eleyations of S. 

Archipelagoes : F. V. (Jormaz, 

XIX. 775 1 
Esiadistica i Jeogrifica de, XI. 

loot 

Ezamen de la Obra del SeHor F. P. 

Moreno : F. Fonck, XX. 671 1 
FerTocarriles de Chile : J. V. Jimenez, 

XVI. 685 1 
Forechnngsreisen im sUd lichen Chile : 

H. Polakowsky, IX. 579 f 
Geologisoh-petrographische Stndicn 

in den . . . Anden : W. Moericke, 

IX. 579 1 
Olacierg of Chilian Cordillera: 

Noquea, 1. 87 f 
Hnndimiento o Solevantamiento de 

los Aroliipielagos Australes : F. V. 

Gormaz, XVIII. 336 1 
Instruociones nantioas de la costa de 

Chile : T. F. Chaigneau, VII. 115 f ; 

VIII. 192 1 
Liquidation of War on Pacific: R. 

Salas-EdwardB, XVII. 453 f 
Loonstfl — Invasion de langoeta en : E. 

C. Reed, I. 471 1 
Llanqnihue nnd Chiloe, Biidchile : C. 

Martin, XVIL 558 f 
Magallanes el pais del porvenir: A. 

Pagalde, XVIII. 553 1 
Maps — Cartes commeroiales, etc : F. 

Bianconi, VI. 591 f ; Karte von 

Llanqnihne und Chiloe : C. Martin, 

XVII. 330 1 ; Hydrographic Charts 

(OflScina HidrogrAflca), t HI. 444 ; 

V. 288 ; Vn. 452; VIIL 200, 316; 

IX. 692 ; XX. 136 ; Piano de la 

Region Salitrera desde Arica a 

TocopUla, XIL 645 1 
Memoria del Gobernador de Magal- 
lanes : Sonoret, IX. 242 1 
Photographs : F. Leblanc, XII. 336 
Pisagua et Antofagasta, Notice sur 

le territoire compris cntre : B. 

Latrille, XIV. 585 f 
Begen in SUdchile : K. Martin, XV. 

669 1 ; XIX. 109 1 
Republic of Chili G^cture): D. E. 

Hume, XX. 469 1 
Sinopsis estadistica i jeografioo de la 

Chile, XV. 668 f 
Southern archipelagoes, depressions 

and elevations: F. V. Gormaz, 

XIX. 775 
Siimpfe und Sadis : E. Martin, XV. 

669 1 
Survey, P. Kruger on, X. 215; 

Methods employed by Chilian 

boundary Commissions : A. Ber- 

trand, XVI. 329 ♦, 704 f 



OHIIiS 

Chile — continued. 

Temperate Chile : W. A. Smith, XV. 

180§,196t 
Thermen von Chilian: EL Beiohe, 

VII. 335 1 
Topographischen Landesanfnahme 

von Chile : P. Kruger, IX. 241 1 
Trade Rep., XVI. 585 t 
Versohiedenheit zwischen Patagonien 

und Chile : R. A. Philippi, VII. 

680 t 
Zur Auswanderung nach Chile: F. 

GoUikowsky, IX. 109 f 

Boundaries — 

Argentino-Chilian demarcation, XIII. 
682 1; Grenzstreit: J. J. Rohde, 
VII. 680 1: Question: F. P. Han- 
sen, XII. 327 t 

Boundary Commissions in Cordillera, 
Methods of survey: A. Bertrand, 
XVI. 329 ♦ 

■ dispute between Chili and 

Argentina : H. Gibson, XIX. 775 1 
- in Puna of Atacama, XIV. 



322 



Question, The, XIL 635 1 



Chile und Argentinien in der Pata- 
gonischcn KordUlere : H. Steffen, 

VII. 217 1 
Chilenisch-argentinische Grenzfrage, 

etc. : H. Steffen, IX. 683 1, X. 214 § ; 

im Feuerland : Id., XL 99 f ; 

Grenzgobiet in Patagonien: Id., 

XIII. 566 1 ; Karte der Grenzregion 

im Feuerland, X. 561 f 
Chile- Argentine boundary question : 

J. O. Bunster, XII. 436 1 
Chilo-argentines, La question des 

limites : H. Delachaux, XII. 214 1 
Cucstion de Limites : D. B. Arana, 

etc.. VIL 217 1; O. Magnasco, 

VIIL 1 92 1 
Grenze Argentiniens gegen Chile: 
H. Polakowsky, VL 4891; bean- 
spruchten Grenzlinien: Id., XV. 

669 1 
Limites con Chile: A. B. Carranza 

VIIL 240 1 ; H. Greger, VI. 489 1 
Limites entre Chile, Bolivia i Re- 

piiblica Arjentina : F. J. San 

Roman, VIIL 420 f 
Litige Chile- Argentin et la d^imita- 

tion politique des fronti^res natu- 

relles: H. A. Moulin, XX. 359 1 
Messnngsmethoden der chilcnischen 

Grenzkommission : E. Hammer, 

XIX. 530 1 
Problema de nuestras fronteras del 

Norte : P. P. Figueroa, XIX. 109 f 
Question of the Pacific : V. Maurtaa 

and F. A. Pezet, XIX. 776 1 
Statement presented on behalf of 

Chile in reply to Argentine report, 

XX. 359 1 
Treaty between Chile, Bolivia, and 

Argentina, VIIL 640 



t BlblidgraphlcAl entry. 



$ Review or analj'sifl. 



J 50 



GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I—XX. 



OHILB 

OMle — continued, 
■ Exploration and Travel — 

Au Chili : C. de Cordemoy, XII. 214 f 
Chilenische Aisen-Expedition : H. 
Steffen, XI. 183, 318 f 

Renihne-expedition : P. 

Kriiger. XVI. 372 f 
Coroovado expedition, XII. 415 
Diary of B. M. Gamero*8 journey to 
lake of Llanquihue: N. Anrique, 
III. 254 1 
Exploration— of Aisen river, X. 329 ; 
of archipelago, IX. 93; of Andes 
(B. A. Fitzgerald), VIII. 517 ; by 
Kriiger, VII. 101; by Spaniards, 
XVL 15; by Steffen, VIL 101; 
XI. 183, XIV. 96 
Mission scientifiqne ao Chili : J. M. 
Bel, XI. 203 1 
Chilengive crater lake, C. Africa, XVII. 48 
Chi-li, Province, China — Jehol-Gebiet in : 
O. Franke, XX. 122 1 ; Military report, 
XVI. 486 1 ; Do., Supplement, XVII. 
446 t ; Petschili, X VIIL 678 1 ; Woge- 
Aufnahmen : K. Vogelsang, XIX. 245 f 
Chilinji pass, C. Asia, VIII. 115 
Chillagoe Caves, Queensland, Thistle* 

thwaito*s visit to, III. 335 
Chilian, Volcanic region of, Noques on, I. 

169 
Chiloe, I., Chile, XVI. 16 
Kstudios g(K)grafioos . . . sostre: P. 

Maldonado, X. 122 1 
Exploracion hidrografica de la costa de 

Chiloe : R. Mahlonado, IX. 241 f 
Geographical Relation of: C. de Be- 
rangiT, II. 280 f 
Chilovo, D. : Cataloglii e Tlsituto Inter- 

nazionale di Bibliografia, X. 555 f 
Chiltern Hundreds, The : A. J. Foster, 

X. 118t 

Chimanimani pass, E. Africa, II. 513, XIX. 
372 

Chimaraunga chief, XIII. 611 

Chimbof uma lagoon, Luapula delta, IX. 59 

Chimborazo volcano and pass, XVII. 342 

Chimievitch : (*bez les Boariates do 
r Amour, XIL 207 f 

Chimoio, Mashonaland, V. 29, 31 ; tem- 
perature, V. 46 

Chin (4iu, Mandiuria, II. 450 

Chin Hills- 
Chin Hills, The : B. S. Carey and H. N. 



Tuck, Vin. 650 1 ; X. 21 1 § 
( *hin-Lushai land: A. S. lieid. 



in. 



345 1 



Language of Lais as spoken by tribes 

in : A. G. E. Newlund, X. 648 f 
Photographs: H. E. Colvile, HI. 80; 

G. C. Rigby, X. 464 
Southern, G. (■. Rigbv's report on, XI. 
546 § 
China (gee also Asia, East ; and East, 
The)— 
A Kdrk&nyok Orsz&g&bol: M. Choi- 
noky, XVI. 575 f 



GHnri 

China — oorUinued. 

American Engineer In: W. B. Par- 
sons, XVIII. 229 1 

Anglo-Chinese agreement of June, 
1897, X. 208 

Architecture of: F. Gratton, V. 

180 1 
As the Chinese see us : T. G. Belby, 

XVIII. 105 1 
Anfstand der Boxer : H. Feigl, XVL 

575 1 
Aufstande in China, III. 89 1 
Baia di San-Men: M. Carli, XIV. 

114t 
Botanical discoveries in, European : 

E. Bretschneider, XIII. 213 1; 

XIV. 664 § 
Boundaries— delimitation, VI. 279 ; 

Burma boundary commission, XIV. 

314 ; with British territory, X. 

208 ; with Tonking, VII. 299 ; tee 

also Treaties, infra 
Break-up of China, etc. : Lord C. 

Beresford,XIV. 334t 
Bridges in — Rhinaiak hidepiteserol : 

Cholnoky, XV, 295 1 
China : B. K. Douglas, XIII. 677 1 

: H. E. Gorst, XIV. 334 1 

: A. Little, XIV. 579 f 

and her people: H. Webster, 

XVL 575 1 

and the Far Eastern question : 



Dr. Eitel, XIX. 768 1 

and the Pamirs : E. H. Parker, 



XL 195 1 

and the present crisis : J. 



Walton, XVI. 696 1 

das Reich der achtzehn Pro- 



vinzen : E. Tiessen, XX. 122 f 
in commotion : A. Michie, XL 



682 1 

in convulsion : A. H. Smith, 

XIX. 652 1 

in transformation : A. R. 



Colquhoun, XV. 79 f 

political, historical, and topo- 



graphical, VIII. 415 1 

present and past : R. S. 



Gundry, V. 506t 

the long-lived empire : E. R. 



Scidmore, XVI. 486 1 

und die Chinescn : B. Na 



varra, XIX. 524 f 
Chine d*apr^s des auteurs recents : 

G. de Leval, XVL 122 f 
d'aujourdhui et do demain ; 

M. Monnier, XV. 435 f 

entr*ouverte : P. Barre, XVI. 



122 t 



et Europe : E. Levasseur, 

XVIIL322t 

et la diplomatic europe'enne: 



E. Reclus, XVII. 320 f 

et Bcs besoins au point de vue 



1 



Tutilisation des Belcfes: F. de 
Bray, XIIL 320 f 



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emvA 

Ghiaa — ooniinued. 

Chine; Les proyinoes voisineB au 
Tonkin: P. Barre, XVII. 672t 

moridonale, Penetration de la : 

M. Zimmermann, XVII. 648 f, 673 f 
qui B'ouvre: R. Pinon, XVI. 



486 1 
Chinese question, A. R. Colquhoim, 

XII. 95 t 

refugees ... in Mito : E. "W. 

Clement, X. 455 1 
Ciyilization, Western origin of early 

Chinese : T. de Laoonperie, V. 280 f 
Confncins, life of : E. H. Parker, IX. 

680t 
Comer of Cathay ; studies . . . among 

the Chinese : A. M. Fielde, IV. 576 f 
Correspondence respecting affairs of, 

XIII. 557 1 ; XV. 663 f 

Cotes de Chine : D. Lifevre, X. 339 f 

Crisis in, XI. 310 f 

Crnx of Upper Yaugtse: A. Little, 

XVin.498* 
Cycle of Cathay, A. W. Martin, IX. 

104 t 

Defences, etc.. Memoranda : R. Wag- 
ner, XII. 539 1 

Deforestation in China: F. L. Gar- 
rison, XVIII. 548 1 

Descriptive catalogue of Chinese col- 
lection, etc. : W. 6. Langdon, II. 

382 1 
Diamants chinois: A. Fauvel, XIV. 

579 1 
Dictionary, Chinese-Japanese : J. H. 

Gubbins, L 473 1 
Diplomatic missions to Court of : W. 

W. Rockhill, XI. 450 1 
Diirren, Nothstandc, Unrahen in : W. 

Krebs, I. 83 1 
Empire du Milieu : £. et O. Reclus, 

XIX. 768 t 
En Chine : M. Leprince-Ringuet, XX. 

242 1 

: H. G. Monod, XVIII. 548 f 

: La part de la France, 

XIV. 114 1 

England's destiny in : F. E. Young- 
husband, XII. 628 1 
Entreprises en Chine: F. de Bray, 

XIV. 456 1 
Eta della pietra nella Cina : £. H. 

Giglioli, XVIL 446 1 
Etablissements fran9ais dans Tex- 

tr^me Orient, origines : H. Cordier, 

IX. 338 1 
Etudes chinoises : H. Cordier, VI. 

486 1 ; VII. 338 1 ; XV. 548 f 
Extreme Orient: E. Reclus, XII. 

628 ; XIII. 453 f 
Franzosen und Engl'ander in Sud- 

china, XV. 79 t 
Friede von Schimonoseki : von Rioh- 

thofen, VI. 295 f 
Geographical notes: G. Schlegel, 

XlII. 89 : XIV. 334 1 : XV. 548 f 



CHIVA 

Ohlnft — continued. 

Geographical problems ; G. Schlegcl, 

L279t 
Geographic des provinces . . . voisines 

du Tonkin : M. A. Lecl^e, XVI. 

122 1 
Geography of: I. L. Bullock, XII. 

628 1 

, Early ; F. Hirth on, XI. 67 

Geological observations in Liautnng : 

K. Jimbo, XIII. 89 f 
Geologie de la Chine meridionale : 

Leclere, XV. 435 t 
Geschichte der Chinesiohen Malerel : 

F. Hirth, XI. 310 f 
Gli interessi italiaui nella Cina : 

L. Nooentini, IX. 338 f 
Gordon's campaign in China, by him- 
self, with introduction, etc. : B. H. 

Vetch, XVI. 576 1 
Grand Canal of : W. R. Carles, XVI. 

247 1 
Great Plain of, E. von Cholnoky on 

hydrography of, X. 538 
Greiat Wall of, III. 469 
Grenslanden von China in het bijzon- 

der Mandsjoerie: F. G. Ejnamp, 

XVIILlOSt 

Histoire des relations . . . avec les 
Puissances occidentales : H. Cor- 
dier, XVm. 548 1; XIX. 652 1; 
XX. 352 1 

History and development : J. Barrett, 

XVIIL 454t 
, diplomacy, and commerce, 

etc. : E. H. Parker, X VIII. 635 t 
Im Osten Asieus : O. E. Ehlers, IX. 

459 1 

Information relating to Chinese Em- 
pire : Z. Matusoyski, XVIII. 
454 1 

Intercourse between China and foreign 
countries : T. Bullock, XIV. 456 1 ; 
between ( 'hina and Luchu, V. 313 

Intimate China : A. Little, XIV. 

:534t 
Islam in China : E. Sell, XIII. 677 f 
Island of Pu-to : O. Franke, I.. 279 1 
Italia in Cina : G. Ricchieri," XIV. 

456 1 
• e la Cina . . . : L. Xocentini, 

XIV. 456 1 
Jehol-Gebiet in der Provinz Chihli : 

O. Franke, XX. 122 f 
Jesuits — Oeuvre geogr. de la mission 

de Zi-ka-wei, XVL 556 §, 576 1; 

Travaux geogr. des Jesnites en 

Chine : P. Havret, XIII. 677 t 
John Chinaman and a few others: 

E. H. Parker, XIX. 105 f 
Kiau-tschau und ihr Hinterland : F. 

Hirth, XL 311 1 
Kouang-Si, Notes k propos de la 

r^yolte au : H. Brenier, XII. 628 f 
Kouang-tcheou-ouan : Sa zone d'ac 

tion : A. Madrolle, X VIII. 323 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



CHIVA 

ChhUk'-'Oontinued. 

Kultnrgesohiofate der Ohinesen: F. 

Hirth, XIL 540 1 
Eufitenkande von China, Zur : Kapt. 

Lang, XVL 486 t 
Land of the blue gown : A. Little, 

XIX. 768 1 
Landschaft Ewantang im mssischen 

Besitze: Haupt. Immannel, XIX. 

768 1 

LighthouBes, buoys, etc., List, X. 
227 1 ; XIV. 457 1 : Phares de la 
Chine : A. Fauvel, XIU. 677 1 

Loess, Origin of; Skertchly and 
Kiugsmill on, VI. 575 

Lui Kung Tao, Wei-Hai-Wei, 
Temperature, barometer and rain- 
fall, XVIII. 324 1 

Manzi, Une yisite k I'aneienne oapi- 
tale du: A. Vissifere, XVIIL 

323 1 
Medicine trade, IV. 545 
Mesny*s Chinese miscellany, VII. 

nit; X. 119t 
Monetary system, VII. 456 
Kederlanders in : W. Qroeneyeldt, X. 

648 1 
Northern frontagers of China : Sir 

H. H. Howorth, XIII. 89 1 
Observations barometriques Ik Hoi- 

Hicn : Lauwaert, XII. 628 f 
Partition of: A. Little, XIII. 320 f 
Peking Legations : National np- 

rising and international episode: 

Sir K. Hart, XVII. 672 f 
Penetration russe en (^hine : H. Bidou, 

XVIIL 229 1 
Photographs : J. Thomson, XI. 433 ; 

Hankau to Canton : W. B. Parsons, 

XIX. 668; XX. 255; Sochuen : 

K. L. Jack, XVII. 332 ; Tibet and 

China: P. Kozloflf. XX. 478; 

Yangtso valley and Scchuan : 

U. L. Jack, XVI. 500 
Plants : Enumeration of all plants 

known from China, etc.: P. B. 

Forbes and W. B. Hemsley, XV. 

295 1 
I^ortuguese intercourse with (^bina, 

Early : C. A. Montalto de Jesus, 

XIV. 579 1 
Premier partage de la Chine : A. 

Montell, XII. 95 f 
Preservation of health in the Far 

East : W. P. Mears, V. 408 f 
Prime relatione della Cina oo* paesi 

dOccidente: C. Puini, XVIII. 

106t 
ProA^lem in China and British policy : 

A. H. Colquhoun, XVI. 485 f 
Problema de la China : P. de Ant<5n 

del Olmet, XIX. 524 1 
Problems in China : J. M. Hubbard. 

XVL 575 1 
Questions chiuoises : C. Madrolle, 

Xlt. 95 1 



CKDIA 

Bainfall— Regentafeln : A. Snpan, 

VIII. 636 §, 650 1 
Reformbestrebnngen in : O. Schluter, 

XIII. 453 1 
Religions of: M. Muller, XVII. 

446t 
Rest-houBes, III. 450 
River-boats— Kozlekedes a Rhinai 

alfondon : Cholnoky, XV. 295 f 
Schantong nnd Kian-t8ch<5ii : F. 

Hirth, XIII. 89 1 
Siam's intercourse with : G. £. 

Gerini,XVIL448t 
* Society in China,' Prof. Douglas' : 

W. P. Mears, V. 280 1 
Some little-known features of : Rev. 

Dr. Eitel, XIX. 369 1 
Souvenirs de Chine : C. Monchez, 

XL683t 
Sph^es d*influence en Chine, XVI. 

575 1 
Spheres of interest and the open 

door ; R. S. Gundry, XIV. 384 f 
Sprungwelle in der Miindung des 

Tsientang Kiang, IX. 104 1 
Sur Tientsin, PeUng, etc. : A. Ber- 

trand, L 468 f 
Tilings Chinese : W. A. S. Wingaie, 

XVI. 122 1 
Treaties — Convention between Gt. 

Britain and China, VIL lllf; 

Conventions de delimitation et do 

commerce . . . entre la France et 

la Chine, VII. 440 f 
Uober fremde Einfliisse in der chine- 

sisohen Kaust: F. Hirth, VIIL 

650 1 
V&ndorlisaim a Mennyei Birodalom- 

ban : Cholnoky, XV. 548 1 
Cartography and Surveys — 
Admiralty surveys, iV. 27 ; XIV. 85 
Atlas de T Empire chinois : C. 

Madrolle, XVL 262 f ; XVIII. 

652 1 
du Haut Yang-tse : R. Chevalier, 

XV. 93 1 678 1 
Cartography of the East, IV. 375 f 
China, map of : K. I. Weber, IIL 331§ 
and surrounding regions : E. 

Breitschneider, VII. 687 f; XIIL 

102 t ; XV. 305 1 
Chine meridionale et Tonkin: Fri- 

(^uegnon, XIII. 333 f 
Chinese Question ; W. and A. K. 

Johnston's map to illustrate, XL 

463 1 ; XVL 378 f 
Daily Mail Commercial Map: 6. 

Philip, XIII. 102 1 
Historical atlas of Chinese Empire: 

E. L. Ozenham, XII. 222 1 
Imperial Railways of N. China, XV. 

305 1 ; XVL 378 f 
Inland mission map, XIV. 126 1 
Karte von Ost-China (Konigl. Prenss. 

Landes- Aufnahme), XVIIL 652 f 



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OHIVA 

Kordostlichen China: F. t. Bioh- 

thofen. XVI, 708 1 
N.E. China : C. Waeber, II. 478 1 ; 

XVII. 329 1 

Preliminary maps of China field force, 

XVIII. 557 1 
Routenanfhahme zwischen Tsohifu 

nnd Kiantschou: W. Anz, XVII. 

221 1 
Special map of China and Japan : G. 

PhiUp, XII. 644 1 
The&tre des Operations en Chine, 

Enyirons de Pekin (Service Geo. 

derArmee),XVI. 594t 
Waterways near Shanghai : T. Fer* 

gnaon, XVIIt. 245 f; Waaaer- 

straasen West-China's : M. Cordes, 

XV. 305 1 
Commerce and economics — 
Awenire economico della Cina : P. 

Grihaudi, XIV. 456 f 
Belgian commercial mission to W. 

China, under Col. Five', XVII. 70 
Britain's trade with China: H. 

Kopsch, XIX. 105 t 
British trade and the integrity of 

China : H. S. Hallett, XL G82 f 
Chinas Aossenhandel in 1896: A. 

Snpui, XIL95t 
Chine economique, etc. : I^. Baveneau, 

XIII. 453 1 
Classe marchande et le commerce 

indigene en Chine: A. Tlauche- 

come, XVIL 673 f 
Coal (anthracite) regions, XII. 501 ; 

Coal mines in Houan and Shansi, 

XVL 346 
Commerce de la Chine : F. Dujardin- 

Beaumetz, X. 549 f 
entre la France et la 

Chine, Developpement possible : E. 

Prandon, XIX. 230 f 
Commercial China in 1809, XVIL 

548 1 
Communications, Inland, XII. 539 f 
Developpement Economique : M. Pila, 

X. 549t. 
Gegenwilrtige I^age in : E. Tieasen, 

XIL 539 1 
Imperial Maritime Customs, Medical 

Reports, f XIV. 456 ; XV. 436 ; 

XVL 576; XVIL 820; Trade Ee- 

ports,t VIL 110; X. 549; XL 90; 

XIL 429, 589; XIV. 457, 679; 

XVIL 87 ; XVIII. 824 ; XIX. 396 ; 

XX. 554 
Indnstrieleben Chinas: P. Karsten, 

XIII. 557 t 
Indnstrielle und Eisenbahn-Unter- 

nehmungen in China : von Brandt, 

XV. 436 t 
Lyonese Commercial mission, VIII. 

296; X. 94, 439; Literature on: 

Brenier, Pila, etc., IX. 838 f, 

680 1: XL 450 1, 682 1; XIL 95 1, 






CKDfA 

Ohina — continued, 

627 1; XIIL 820 1, 677 1; XIV. 
652 § 
Kavigation li vapeur dans le Se- 
tch'ouen : C. Madiolle, XIX. 

768 1 

New British markets. 1. W. China : 
H. S. Hallett. 2. Tibet : C. E. D. 
Black, VI. 485 t 

Our trade with W. CJhina: J. F. 
Eraser, XL 810 1 

Peking Syndicate, Report on Con- 
cessions: J. G. H. Glass, XV. 
485 1 : XVI. 845 § 

Pioneers of commerce, XII. 429 1 

Prospect in Chinese Trade: G. F. 
Soott-EUiot, XIV. 456 f 

Resources, and means of communi- 
cation : G. G. Chisholm, XIL 500 *, 
XVI. 445 

Ressoarces min^rales dcs provinces 
volsines du Tonkin: A. Lecture, 
XVIII. 454 1, 548 f 

Russian trade : G. Calderon, XVIL 

86 1 

Silk— Citta di Suciu e la sua industria 
serica : L. Nocentini, XIL 328 f ; 
Seidenkultur, XIIL 820 f; Silk 
and tea districts of Kiang-Nan and 
Ciickiang : E, S. Fischer, XVIL 
208 t 

Tea cultivation in W. Ssuchuan, etc. : 
A. de Rosthorn, VI. 485 f ; Theo- 
prodnktion und Thee-Exi)ort, XIL 

430 t 
Telegraph contract. Submarine 
(Chefoo and Wei-Hai-Wei), XVIII. 

454 1 
Tclegraphes et Postes en (-hine: A. 

Fauvel, XIIL 557 f 
Trade report, X. 549 f ; of Central and 

Southern, XIL 480 f : of Chinkiaug 

XIIL 89 t 
routes of S. China: W. F. 

Weuyon, XII. 323 f 

-, Expansion of : T. H. White- 



head, XVIL 548 1 
Transport, XIL 603 
U.S. Commercial commission, XII. 

823 t 
Voies navigables de la Chine : A. A. 

Fauvel, XVIII. 328 1 
Westfluss und seine wirtsohaftliche 

Bedeatung, Der: H. Schumacher, 

XIII. 453 1 
Yang-tsze valley and British com- 
merce : A. Barton, XIL 430 f 
Zuktinftige Handel Chinas: A. 

Markoff, VIL 440 f 
Ethnography — 
Anthropologic chinoise, Essai d* : C. 

de Harlez, XL 310 1 
des Chinois du Nord, 

Notes sur 1* : J. de Talko-Hryncc- 

wicz, XVL 122 1 
Peuples et langues de la Chine 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



CHIVA 

China — continued, 

inmdioDsle : C. MadroUei XIL 

628 1 

Peuples etrangera chcz les historiens 
cbinois: G. Schlegel, III. 70 f; 
V. 506 1 ; VI. 294 t 

Population— BevcSlkeningsfrage Chi- 
nas: E. M. Kdhler, XVI. 100 f, 
122 1 
Exploration and Tra?el — 

Among the Celestials: F. Young- 
husband, XIII. 89 f 

Aus China: W. Obrntschew, IX. 

104 1 
Aus den Heiseberichten Seiner 

Majestat Sohiflfe, XV. 79 f, 550 f 
Australian in China, An : G. E. 

Morrison, VI. 581 1 * 

Buddhist pilgrims* journeys to 
Pamirs, VIII. 240 

Canton to Mandalay, From : W. John- 
stone, XI. 310 1 

Dix-huit mois de mission on Chino : 
H. Brenier ot A. Grosjean, XII. 

627 1 
Eino Iletse im Westlichen (*hina : 

A. von Roethom, VI. 581 f; VII. 

201 § 
Excursions dans Ic pays Chan 

Chinois et dans los montagnes de 

The : P. Bens D'Anty, XX. 242 f 
Expeditions: Bonin, IX. 220; X. 

94 : XIII. 352, 677 1 ; XIV. 206 ; 

XV. 417; Cholnoky, XIIL 430, 
453 t ; XL 547 ; Kozlov, XX. 242 1 

Fleuve Bleu de Sui-fon It la hauteur 
de Tali-fou : Vioomte do Vaulserre, 

XVI. 247 1 

Forsohungsreise in : E. von Cholnoky, 

XIIL 458 1: Meine Bcise in : Id., 

XIV. 456 1 
French oommorcial mission : tee 

obore, Commerce, Lyonese. 
Geological work in China and Tibet, 

L<)czy's, IIL 315 
Hai-Xan et la cote continentale 

voisine : C. Madrolle, XVII. 86 f 
Itineraires dans Touest de la Cliine: 

C. Madrolle, XVII. 548 f 
Journey from Hongkong to Ssumao : 

Jamieson, XII. 539 f 
to Etistem Mongolia and 

China : L V. Palibin, XVI tl. 635 f 
to Sacred Mountain of Kiao- 



outai-Shan : A. H. Landor, V. 87 f 
Kozlov, Voyage en Asie ocntralo : 

J. Deniker, XX. 242 1 
Maroo Polo, Travels of. Commentary 

by Palladius Kafaroff: N. T. 

Veselovsk, XX. 352 f 
Meine Wanderungen : E. Wolf, 

XVIL 548 t 
Memoirs, etc., in journey through 

China : L. lo Compte, 11. 382 f 
Min-kiang, Travel along : Kinosuke, 

XIV. 334 1 



0HZVA 
China —continued. 

Notes and impressiont from a tour : 

Sir H. Blake, XVIL 86 f 
Notes de voyage en Chine oentrale : 

Rocher, XIL628t 
Omi, Mt., and beyond : A. J. Little, 

XVL 673 1 ; XVIII. 524 § 
Ostkiiste Chinas, Erlebnisse an der : 

E. 8. Fischer, XIV. 579 f. 
Overland to China, The: A. B. 

Colquhoun, XVL 485 1 
Peking nach Ch'ang-an und Ix>- 

Yang : A. Forke, XYl. 486 1 
Pilgrimage to the great Buddhist 

sanctuary of N. China: W. W. 

Rockhill, VI. 485 f 
Potanin's letzte Reise in W. China : 

E. Bretschneider, XV. 277 §: XVL 

122 t 
Premiers voyages fran9ais k la Chine : 

C. Madrolle, XIX. 6.52 t 
Reise naoh Schehol in Nord- China: 

K. Nishiwada, XIX. 652 1 
Shanghai to Bhamo: R. L. Jack, 

XIX. 249 ♦ 
through Hu- 
nan : A. M. S. Wingate, XIV. 639 ♦ 
Peking and back: A. 



C. Yate, XIIL 320 f 

the great wall : J. 



Spenoe, XVII. 548 1 
Survey in W. China : E. C. Pottinger, 

XVI. 675 1 
Szechenyi Expedition : S00 Asia, East 
Ta-cliien-lou k Tse-kou: J. Soulie', 

X. 549 1 
Three vears in W. China : A. Hoaie, 

X. 549 1 
Through China with a camera : J. 

Thomson, XL 310 f 
Through Tibet to China: M. S. 

Wellby, XIL 262 ♦ 
Through Upper Burma and W. 

China : J. F. Eraser, XV. 296 1 
2500 kilom. oi)over Yangtse Kiang : 

W. Coucheron-Aamot, VII. Ill f 
Tour in : C. A. Moreing, XIL 539 f 
Voyage dans les Provinces dn Xord : 

F. Lcprinoe-Ringnet, XX. 554 f 
Yang-tse Kiang to ('hlna Sea: W. B. 

Parsons, XIX. 711 * 
Yangtse-valley and beyond : I. 

Bishop, XV. 149 t ' 
Year in China : C. Bigham, XVIII. 

635 t 
Railways, XIL 510 

All British railway to : C. A. More- 
ing, XIV. 678 1 

Chemin de fer de Haiphong k Yun- 
nan-Sen, XVIII. 455 1 

de Pekin : Leroy- 

Beaulieu, XII. 430 f ; k Hankow, 
XIIL 677 1 ; ^ Nicou-tchouang : A. 
Fauvel, XVL 486 1 

de Tien-Tsin k 



Peking: A. Perrinoud, XL 311 f 



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. CHINA 

Chemin de fer Hankow-OantoQ ; A. 

J. Wautera, XVII. 548 f 
Chemins de fer de la Chine: P. 

Combes, XII. 628 f 
. en Chine : A. Fauvel, 

XIII. 89 1 ; XV. 548 1 ; J. Serrigny, 

XIV. 114 1 ; J. de Marcillao, XIV. 

457 t 
Chinesiiiche Ostbahn and ihr Gebiet, 

XIL 323 1 
Eisenbahnfrage in China : H. Feigl, 

X. 648t 
Exchange of Notes lietwccn Great 
Britain and Russia on railway 
interests, XIV. 456 f, 457 f 
Imperial railway of N. China, Corre- 
spondence on, XIX. 229 f 
Manchurian railway. Agreement . . . 

for oonstmction, XII. 628 f 
Railway connection of India and 
(*hiiia: A. R. Colquhoun, XII. 
4H0t 
Railway surveys, XVI. Mn 
W. China and Burma, railway com- 

munioation, XIX. 273, 276 
Znkiinfti^e Eisenbalinnetz Chinas, 
XII. 539 1 
China Chai basin, Karia, IX. 40 
China Sea — 

Admiralty Surveys, II. 23 
Directory (Hydroj^raphic Office), t IX . 
574; XIV. 457; XV. 436; XIX. 
230 
En Croisi^re : Deux ans dans let mers 

de Chine, XVI. 576 1 
Macclesfield Bank, Survey of, V. 73 • 
Tj'phoons, J. Algue' on, XV. 643 
Chinatown in New York : 0. Steffens, XI. 

98 1 
Chinoha Is., Reminiscences of: A. J. 

Boyd, III. 162 t 
Ghinohona — Arbres U quin-quina : E. 

Verrier, VII. 219 1 
Chln-chuan district, China, VII. 201 
Chiude, E. Africa, XIII. 577 ; route from 

Chiromo, II. 403; Trade Rep., XII. 

632 1 ; XV. 82 t ; XVI. 581 f 

river, E. Africa, II. 404 

Chingarobo mts., C. Africa, XIII. 579; 

XVII. 430 
Chiug-chi, China ; iron foundry at, XIV. 

644 
CTiing Pong, Mongolia, XI. 504 
Chin-i-Kewar, Bakhtiari Hills, IV. 499 
Chinkiang, Trade Rep., XIII. 89 f ; XIV. 

678 1 ; XVI. 576 1 
Chinnampo Port, Korea, XIV. 561 
Chinook texts : F. Boaz, VI. 489 f 
Chinookan languages, Bibliography : J. V. 

Pilling, III. 73 f 
Chin-sha river, Tibet, XII. 229 ; $ee also 

Blue River, Di-ohu, and Yangtse 
Chintankwa, C. Africa, XI. 628 
1/hin-Wan-Tao, Determination . . . de la 

longitude de : M. I*irot, XIX. 652 f 



CKITAXBO 

Chi-nyanja simplified : R. Caldwell, XII. 

642 1 
I Chioggia — ^Venise pauvre; *'Chiog^ia et 

les Baruffe Chiozzotte" de Goldoni: 

F. Pinotti, XX. 465 f 
Chiperoni, C. Africa, XVI. 166 
Chipman lake and river, N. Canada, IV. 

440 
Chippewyan Indians; canoe-routes in N. 

Canada, IV. 438 
Chipnnski Cape, Kamchatka, IV. 251 
Chiquitos sierras, S. America, XIL 388 
Chiradzulu mt, E. Africa, II. 420 
Chirala village, E. Africa, II. 411 
Chirchun river, Himalayas, XV. 246, 408 
Chirikof, Voyage of, on N.W. Coast of 

America: G. Davidson, XIX. 756 §, 

774 1 
Chiring peak, Himalayas, I. 369 
Chiriqui Bay : $ee Alburiua 
Chiromo, E. Africa, II. 407; V. 196; rail- 
way to Blantyre, VII. 384; route to 
Chikwawa, II. 409 ; to Milanji, II. 417 
Chiron; Monographic de la Commune 

d'Asserac. XI. 680 f 
Cbirripo volcano, (*0Bta Rica, X. 64 

Grande mts., Costa Rica, XIX. 

318 
ChirUj C. : Canalisarea Rtarilor si Iriga- 

tiuni, IV. 84 f 
Chiruvo Hill station, Mashonaland, V. 29 

Hills, temperature at, V. 46 

Chisela river, C. Africa, I. 526 
Chisholm, G. G.— 
Award to, XIX. 630, 648; XX. 116 
Development of resources of China by 

modern methods, XVI. 445 
Distribution of towns and villages in 

England, IX. 76 ♦ ; X. 51 1 ♦ 
Europe, Stanford's Compendium, etc., 

XV. 187 1. 172 § 
Gazetteer of the world, VI. 588 t> VII. 

416 § 
Geographical Conditions affecting 

British Trade, XVIII. 424 ♦ 
Relativity of geographical advantages, 

VIII. 485 ; X. 654 f 
Remarks on "Fragment of the Geo- 
graphy of Enghind," XV. 376; on 
*'Pn)posed geographical description 
of the British Is.," VII. 363; on 
" Teaching of geography in relation 
to hUtory," IX. 438 
Resources and means of communication 

of China, XII. 500 ♦ 
Reviews by — Books on China, XIV. 
652; Colonization, VII. 193; Com- 
mercial Geography, XIX. 747 ; Korea, 
XI. 288 ; Turkey in Asia, VII. 281 
Waldseemiiller's Solidum (letter), XIX. 
389 
Chiswick, Historical colleotions relating 
to: W. P. W. Phillimore and W. 
Whitear,XII. 203 1 
Chitala's, N. Rhodesia, XI. 625 
Chitambo, chief, C. Africa, XV. 229; 



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CUITXGUUB 

R.G.a.'B present to, I. 835 : village of, 
I. 108 
Chiticbun passeB, Himalayas, III. 187; 
peak, I. 66 ; region, Notes on geological 
structure of: C. Diener, XIV. 579 f 
Chitiketi, Mashonaland, I. 316 
Cliitral, I. 51; Bvtheirs Surveys, VIIL 
60 ; People, XV. 517 ; Triangulation, 
XIII. 475 
Chitral and frontier policy; Sir L. 
Griffin, VL 295 f 

and States of Hindu Kush: 

F. E. Younghusband, V. 605 1 

-, Hunza and Hindu Eush : F. E. 



Younghusband, V. 409 ♦ 
Future of: 6. W. Leitner, VI. 

486 1 
Map to illustrate Chitral expedition: 

W. and A. K. Johnston, V. 611 1; 

War map (Surveyor-General of India), 

V. 610 1 
New dangers and fresh wrongs : G. W. 

Leitner, Vn. lilt 

Official account of Chitral expedition : 
W. R. Robertson, XIII. 658 f 

Photographs by . . . Bengal Sappers, 
VIIL 656 

Relief of: G. J. and F. E. Young- 
husband, VII. 212 1; Relief expedi- 
tion. Botany : J. F. Duthie, XIII. 
320 1: 2nd Brigade in: W. H. 
Hamilton, VIII. 650 1 

Robertson's Mission ; Hon. C. G. Brace's 
account, I. 455 

Story of a minor siege; Sir G. Robert- 
son, XIL 609 §; XIIL 90t 

Younghusband's observations, II. 458 

Yassin and Eunjut: F. Immanuel, II. 

;r79t 

Chittagong, Antiquity of : S. C. Das, X. II. 
431 1 

Chittenden, A. P. : Mountain stractures 
of Pennsylvania, XI. 99 f 

, H. M. : Yellowstone National 

Park, Vn. 680 1 

Chiuta lake, Br. C. Africa ; Visit to : R. 
Codrington, VII. 183 ♦ ; Notes on 
country between Chiuta lake and river 
Luli: F. B. Pearce,XV. 612 •; XVL 

367 1 
Chiwali and Chiximba, C. Africa ; height, 

XI. 628 
(lioate, H. ; remarks on presenting 

American medal to Sir J. Murray, XIV. 

104 
Chubanlar, Asia Mi. ; altitude, IX. 275 
Chobe or Linyanti river, IX. 122 ; X. 175 ; 

rise of, I. 302 ; Journeys in Lin van ti 

region: P. C. Reid, XVII. 573*; 

XVIII. 331 1 : Survey by P. Reid, XV. 

65 
Choilat, R. : La Camargue, XVII. 671 f 
, et R. Pampanini : distribution 

dcs plantes des Alpes austro-orientales, 

etc., XX. m^ t 
Choffat, P. : Promenade au Gerez, VII. 



CHRIflTIAjnA 

439 1; Sur le Cr^tacique sup^rienr U 
Mo^mbique, XVII. 554 1 

Choga lake, Uganda, XIV. 132; Choga 
lake, and surrounding country : R. T. 
Kirkpatriok, XIII. 410 ♦ 

Chogo Lungma glacier, Rarakoram, XX. 
537 

Choique-mahnida, Patagonia. 11. 160 

Chokaison volcano, Japan, VII. 148 

Cholet, E. : La Haute Sangha, VIH. 531 f 

Cholmley, A. J. ; remarks on " Visit to 
Northern Sudan," VIII. 354 

Cholnoky, E. von ; journeys in China and 
Manchuria, XI. 547 ; Map of Mouth of 
Yang-tse-Kiang, XIV. 349 1: on hydro- 
graphy of Great Plain of China, X. 538 ; 
Resultate der wissenschaftlichen Erfor* 
schung des Plattensees, IX. 677 1 ; 
Vorlaufiger Bericht uber meine Forsch- 
ungsreise in China, XIII. 430 §, 453 1 ; 
Kozlekedes a Rhinai alfSldon ; A Rhi- 
naiak hidepftes^rol (Chinese river boats 
and bridges), XV. 295 f ; A Sarkfinyok 
Orsz&g&bol (From the land of the 
Dragon), XVI. 575 f 

Cholo mts., E. Africa, II. 408 

Chololo, Andes, XVIL 339 

Chol-tagh, C. Asia, VIII. 164 

Choma division of Mweru district.: H. 
Croad, XL617* 

river, S. Africa, I. 526 

Chon, Loch, Bathymetrical survey of, 
XVII. 273 

and Ard, Lochs, Notes on geology of 

district around: B. N. Peacli and J. 
Home, XVII. 287 

Chongwe river, C. Africa, XVIII. 63 

Chorasan : see Khorasan 

Chorok, Zoo-geography of country waterotl 
by : K. M. Deryngin, XV. 664 f 

Chorolque mt., 'Bolivia, III. 114; height, 
XVII. 334 

Chorotegas : see Mangues 

Chotenchenbo Hill, Tibet, XII. 266 

Chowron Martin, pot-hole, XV. 428 

C^hozi river, C. Africa, XIX. 605 

Ghree, G. : Investigations on platinum 
thermometry at Kew Observatory, 
XVIL 215 1: Some applications of 
phvsics and mathematics to geology, IV. 

381 1 
Ghristensen, M. ; on Norwegian Antarctic 

whaling cruises. III. 336 
Christensen volcano and Is., Graham Land, 

IV. 340 
Christian, C. : Cyprus and its possibilities, 

IX. 574 1 
, F. W. : Caroline Is., XIIL 683 f ; 

XV. 85 1 : Distribution ... of plant and 

tree names in Polynesia, XL 204 f: 

Exploration in Oaroline Is., XIIL 105 * 
Christiania — 

Geologiske Villeder fra Kristiania: 
K. 0. Bjoriykke, XL 566 1 

International ooeanio research at, 
XVIII. 77 



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OHRISTIAHIA 

Christiania — continued. 
Kristiauia, son oommcrcc, aa navipi- 
tion, et Bon indoBtrie: G. Anrneas, 
XVIU. 547 1 

GhiistiaiiBeii, Gape, Greenland, XVI. 664 

Christie, R. B. B., R. Sparrow, and H. G. 
Mainwaring: Sketoh of Routes in 
Somaliland, YII. 121 1 ; m^c Mainwaring 

Chiistiaon, G. W. : Tea>planting in Dar- 
jeeling, VIH. 309 1 

Christmas I., C. W. Andrews's expedition 
to, XII. 410; Description of: C. W. 
Andrews, X. III. 17 ♦, 559 1 ; Monograph 
of: Id., XV. 663 1 ; Papers relating to, 
IX. 680 1; Report, 1899, XV. 663 f; 

1900, X VIII. 549 1 

Pass, Mashonaland, V. 34 

Lectnres to young people: 

D. W. Freshfield, II. 547; H.R. MUl, 

IV. 562; V. 1(J6; IX. 219 
Christomannos, T. : Die Latemargruppe, 

XVII. 443 1 
Christophers, S. R., and J. W. W. 

Stephens: The native as prime agent 

in malarial infection of Europeans, 

XVII. 457 1, 538 § 
Christy, M. : Biography of Sir T. Button, 

XII. 104 1 ; On an early chart of N. 

Athintic, XI. 459 f, 672 §; letter on 

**Why are the prairies treeless?" I. 

464; (theory on), III. 210; Rockall, 

XII. 538 t ; (paper on) VI. 461 ; SiWer 

map of the world, XV. 674 f ; XVI. 

113 § ; Voyages of (Japts. L. Fox and T. 

James in search of North- West Passage, 

etc.. III. 536 t 
Chronometers— Chronometer tables : P. L. 

H. Davis, XVI. 587 f; I^e service 

chronometrique k Tobservatoire de 

Geneve, etc. : R. (iautier, V. 395 f 
Chuaula, African chief and village, X. 

162, 171 
Chubs or stone-carriers of Canadian rivers, 

X 16 
Chubugumo, C. Africa, IX. 390 
Chubut river, Patagonia, XVII. 403 
Chuchtt mts., C. Asia, II. 388 
Chudean, R. : L'Elbe, son rc'gime et 

son importance e'oonomique, XVII. 

206 1 
Chujla-tol, Tibet, XV. 401 
Cliukches — Languo des Tohouktches, 

etc. : V. Bogoraz, XV. 296 f 
CTmmar river, Tibet, IX. 216; XII. 

228 
Ohumlev, J. : Obituary of F. P. PuUar, 

XVII' 313, 682 t; Survey of British 

lakes, XX. 666 f 
Chumpon, Siam, VI. 536 
Chun, K. : Aus den Ticfon des Welt- 

meercs, XVIII. 114t, 169§; Biography, 

XV. 90 t; German deep-sea expedition 

under, XU. 494, 669 ; XIII. 297, 640 
Chu-nako, Tibet, XV. 40<; 
Chunchoe tribes, Peru, II. 172 
Chungking; Trade Rep., XIV. 456 f 



CIRCA88IAHB 

Church, G. E.— 
Argentine geography and ancient Pam- 

pean sea, XU. 386 *, 534 f 
Bolivia by Rio de la Plata Route, XIX. 

64* 
Chandless, W., obituary of, VIII. 77 
Costa Rica, X. 56 * 
Interoceanic communication on Western 

continent, XIX. 313* 
Northern Bolivia and J. M. Pando's 

map, XVIU. 144 * ; XIX. 109 f 
Notes on visit of J. Bach to Catuqui- 

nartC Indians, XII. 63 
Railway and water routes of Nicaragua, 

XL not 

map of Argentine, XI. 109 1 

Remarks on ** Explorations in Pata- 
gonia," XIV. 376 ; on ** Explorations 
in the Bolivian Andes," XlV. 33 : on 
« Survey in Baflflnland," XVIU. 44 ; 
on « Voyage of J. Cabot," IX. 616 
Ruined cities of America, XV. 392 
S. America: Outline of physical geo- 
graphy, XVII. 333% 533; XVIU. 

236 1 

-, P. W. : Chinese Turkestan with 



caravan and rifle, XVIII. 635 1 
Church Missionary Atlas, VIII. 76 §, 196 f 
- — — Society, proceed- 
ings, t U. 568 ; IV. 472 ; VU. 223 ; 

VIII. 533 ; X. 655 ; XII. 641 ; XIV. 
690 : XVI. 496 

Churchill, H. C. : Bahamas ; Report for 

1899, XVU. 824 1 ; Photographs of 

Persia, X. 564 ; report on the trade of 

Resht, VI. 567 ; of Sicily, XX. 552 1 
, W. A.: Sugar-Loaf mt, 

Mozambique, IV. 352*; visit to Table 

mt., Mozambique, V. 272 
Churchill Fori;, Hudson's Bay, IV. 448 

river, Canada, VI. 440 

Churugues, Grotte de, Valle'e do Bariiges : 

L. Briet, XVII. 84 f 
Ohuwa river, Tibet, XII. 270 
Cibao, Cordillera de, Haiti, III. 49 
Cibils, F. R. : Ferrocarriles proyecttidos 

en el Nenquen, XVI. 702 f 
Ciccodicola, F. : Escursione dair Asmara 

a Mai Daro, V. 283 f 
Cigliano, cone and crater, Italy, X. 427 
Cilicia — Chantres Reisen ... in Cilicicn, 

XIV. 226 1 
Cilician Gates, pass, VIII. 318 ; Through 

the Cilicisui Gates to Tarsus : ^Irs. 

Ramsay, XI. 666 1 
Oilvanet, C. : Le Recensement de 1901 en 

France, XIX. 649 f ; Les Recensements 

de Population, XIX. 392 f 
Cimbelxisie : see Angola 
Cinque Ports, history of, IX. 431 
Cinyps country, Tripoli, IX. 626 f ; river, 

IX. 631 

Cipango, early name for Japan, III. 404 
Cipolletti, C. : Territori del Rio Negro o 

del Rio Colorado, XX. 671 1 
Circassians in Palestine, V. 4 



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OIBSSA 

Cirera, P. B. : Magnetic oonditioiiB in the 
Philippines, TV. 281 f 

(Irques, Sur la formation dcs : E. dc 
Martonne, XVIT. 663 1 

Cianeros, C. B., and B. E. Garoia : El 
PenI en Europa, XVI. 491 1 ; Geografia 
Comercial de la America del Sar, XIII. 
458 1 ; XVII. 213 1 ; Ouia illugtrada de 
Lima, el Callao y bus alrededores, 

XVII. 324 1; Mapa de Bolivia, XII. 
645 1 

Cisnes river, Patagonia, XVI. 198 ; 

Steffen's exploration, XII. 615 
Cities — 

Esthetiqne des villes: Wauters, IX. 

336 1 
Evolution of: E. Beclus, VI. 200 f 
Geographical conditions of city life : J. 

P. Thomson, XV. 447 1 
Geographic causes determining location 

of: E. C.Semple,X. 654t 
Grundriss der Stadte: O. SchlUter, 

XVI. 132 1, 235 § 
Town-sites from a geogr. point of view : 

1£. R. Mill, XVI. 590 f 
Citizen's Atlas : J. G. Bartholomew, 
t XII. Ill, 223, 834, 444, 550, 645 ; XIII. 
103 
City of many waters : A. U. Maxwell, IX. 

679 1 
Ciudad Bolivar, Trade Bep., XVL 254 1 
Ciudad-Beal, Historia de la provincia : P. 

A. Aguilera, IX. 234 f 
Civil Engineers, Institution of. Catalogue 
of library, VI. 589 1 ; Minutes of pro- 
ceedings, subject index, VI. 589 f ; XV. 

91 1 
C ivil time : J. Milne, XIII. 173 ♦ 
Civilization — 
Considerations geWr. sur les centres de 

civilisation : F. Levieux, I. 188 1 
Dawn of: G. Maspcro, V. 187* 
Facteurs de revolution dcs Peuples, 

etc. : A. Mattcuzzi, XVII. 664 1 
Geographic Progress of: F. G. 

Hubbard, III. 352 t 
Measure of : M. Bubin, X. 234 f 
Civilizing Bacc, The: K. M. Bcnso, 

XVIII. 342t 

Ciyevna gorge, Montenegro, III. 509 
Claine, J. : Porto Bico, III. 255 1 
Clairant'sche Theorem, Das: H. Hcrge- 

sell, IX. 244 1 
Clanoey, J. (4. : Aid to land surveying, 
IX. 582t ; X. 124t ; Calculating tables 
in Euglish and Burmese, IX. 582 f 
Claparcde, A. do : Annuaire universal des 
Socie'te's de Gcogmphie, I. 472 1 ; C'Orfou 
et les Corfiotes, XVI. 361 1 ; < 'oup d'oeil 
sur la (teogrtiphie, etc., XVI 11. 344 1; 
sur la Socie'te do Geographic de Geneve, 
VIll. 534 1; De Geneve k Ccrcler en 
Ballon, XI. 575 1 ; De quelques purticu- 
larites de la premiere et de la seconde 
Cataructe du Nil, XIX. 399 1 ; Note sur 
Ic grand barrage du Nil au deseons 



OLBOHOBH 
d' Assouan, XIX. 399 1; Notice necro- 
logique de H. Bouthillier de Beaumont, 
XIL 546 1 ; Bapport sur la marche . . . 
de la Socie'te de Geographic de (feneve, 
VL 103 1; Les reliefs Perron, XVL 
708 1; Beveu des principalcs explora- 
tions de I'annee 1900, XVII. 456 f : 
Souvenirs du VII. Congr^ International 
de (teo^raphie, XV. 558 1 ; Un nouveau 
procede de construction des reliefs, 
XIX. 405 1 

Clare and Inishturk, Ethnography of : C. 
B. Browne, XIII. 319 1 ; Churches of 
CO. ('lare, etc. : T. J. Westropp, XVII. 
319 1 : Distribution of cromlechs : T. J. 
Westropp, XL 309 1 

Clarence, L. B. : Ceylon, IX. 680 1 ; One 
hundred years of British rule in Ceylon, 
VIIL 91 1 

Clarence L, Antarctic, 11. 433; VII. 516, 
642 

Clark, Sir A. ; remarks at Antarctic Con- 
ference, X. 383; obituary, XIX. 763 

, H. 31.; remarks on malaria and 

acclimatization, II. 283 f 
-, J. E. : on submerged rock- valleys. 



XL 431 

W. B. : Maryland Geographical 



survey (vol. i.), XII. 327 f 
Clarke, C -. B. : On subareas of Br. India, 

etc., XIII. 90 1 ; Sunderaban of Bengal, 

VIIL 309 1, 396 
, W. E. : Bird migration in British 

Isles, IX. 235 1 

, and W. S. Bruce : On avi- 



fauna of Franz Josef Land, XIL 102 f 
Class excursions in Wales and England : 

J. B. Beynolds, XIX. 241 1 
Classe, L. : Du Inc Nyanza au lac Kivou, 

XX. 125 t 
Classen glacier, New Zealand, 1. 39 
Classification of geography : H. B. Mill, 

XL 145 * 
Claudetown, Borneo, I. 194 
Claudius, T. E. M. : Triangulation of 

Makran, II. 153 
( 'lausentum, site of Bomnn town, X. 513 
Clavering, I). C. ; voyage to E. Coast of 

Greenland, XVII. 57, 58 
Clayden, A. : Our colonial food supplies, 

IX. 113 1 
, A. W. : Model for illustration of 

ocean currents, IV. 253 
Clayton, E. : Consular experiences in 

Turkey, X. 548 
, II. : Eclipse cyclone and diurnal 

cyclones, XVIIL 239 f; Influence of 

rainfall on commerce and politics, 

XIX. 512 §, .533 1; Investigations on 

periodicity in weather, XV. 89 1 
Clearwater lake, Labmdor, V. 516 

river, Boeky mts., V. 54 

Cleeve, F. J. S. : Comparison of geo- 

graphictil distances, X. 334 ; System of, 

XL 575 1 : XIX. 405 t 
. Cleghom, H. J. C. ;. obituary, VI. 83 



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CLxxsn 

Clement, E. W. : Chinese refugees ... in 
Mito, X. 45.1 1 

Clements, J. M., and H. L. Smyth: 
Crystal Falls iron-bearing district of 
Michigan, XVI. 371 f, 583 f 

Clero, M. : Le bassin de Marseille, geo- 
graphie et geologie, XVIII. 546 f 

Clercq, F. 8. A. de : De West- en Noord- 
knst yan Noderlandsch Nieuw-Gainea, 
IV. 380 1 

Clerkc, W. J. B. : Tansa works for water- 
supply of Bombay, IV. 376 f 

Clermont, Queensland, Coal-measnret : B. 
Dunstan, XVIH. 236 f, 338 t 

Clermont-Ganneau, C. : Arch»ological re- 
searches in Palestine, VII. 678 1 ; XV. 

550 1 

Cleve, A. : Beitrage zar Flora der B'aren- 
Insel, XIX. 531 f ; On Diatom flora 
found on Arotio ice-floes, I. 11; Znm 
Pflanzenlebcn in nord-schwedlschen 
Hochgebirgen, XIX. 523 f 

^ P. T. : Atlantic Plankton organisms, 

XIX. 781 1 ; Microscopic marine organ- 
isms, etc., IX. 245 t ; Origin of " Gulf 
Stream Water," XVI. 130 f : Plankton- 
undcr»>kningar, XI. 103 j ; Seasonal 
distribution of Atlantic Plankton-organ- 
isms, XVI. 130 1 : Skaeeracks TillstAnd 
under den nuyarande Sillflskeperioden, 
XL 308 1 

-, G. Ekman, et O. Pettcrsson : Vari- 



ations annuelles de Teau de surface de 
rOcean Atlautique, XIX. 538 1 

rieyeland, Cape, Soundings oif, II. 544 

Hills, System of glacier lakes 

in : P. F. Kendall, XX. 666 f 

Cliff dwellers, American : Sir 0. R. Mark- 
ham, III. 46 * 

dwellings, Origin of the : C. 

Mindeleff,XIL21St 
- ruins of Canyon do Chclly, Arizona : 



C. Mindeleff, XI. 455 f 

villages of Red Rock Country : J. W. 



Fewkcs, XI. 97 1 
Clifford, H. : Report on State of Pahang, 
XL 452 1 : XIIL 213 1 ; XV. 81 1 ; XIX. 
105 1; Journey through the Malay 
States of Kelantan and Trenganu, XIX. 
1 * ; Life in Malay Peninsula, XIV. 

.)80t 
Gligny : tee Lasnet 

Climate and Climatology (se« also Meteor- 
ology, Temperature, etc.) — 

Antarctic, XIV. 413 

Anwendung . . . der mcdicinischen 
Klimatologic : P. Polis, XIV. 687 1 

Climat des hauteurs de TEurope occi- 
dcntiile : A. Woeikof, XVI. 257 f 

Climate and com : H. B. Wren, XVIII. 
239 1 

and colonization, XIV. 346 f 

and industry, E. yon Halle on, 

XV. 426 

— and atmosphere : J. M. Bacon, 



XV. 444 1 



OLmBDIO 
Climate aad Climatology-^«on<tnii«(i. 

Climate and the effects of climate : H. 
R. Mill, XVIIL 647 1 

Climatic changes: T. C. Chamberlin^ 
XL 206 1 

■ — - evolution, laws of : M. Man- 
son, Xni. 568 1 

Comparative studies in climate : H. H. 
Hildebrandssou, XVI. 284 § 

Davis Str. and Baffin Bay, X. 442 

Degeneresoence de la race europeene 
sons le climat equatorial, XVII. 

566 1 
Evolution of: M. Manron, XV. 198 f 
Fossil plants as tests of : A. C. Reward, 

II. 92 1 
Gegensatz . '. . der contincntalen West« 

nnd Ostkustcn, etc. : li. Coellen, 

XVIIL 340 1; XIX. 222 § 
Handbuch der Klimatologic : J. Haun, 

XL 102 1, 142 § 
Influence of forests on : 

on, IL 373 
of lakes on, W. Ule's observa- 
tions on, VI. 395 t, 477 § 
Influence of, on farming : Bruckner, V. 

267 
In search of a : C. (J. Nottage, IIL 77 1 
Klimate dor Erde, etc. : W, J. van 

Bebber, VII. 568 f 
Limites . . . du climat tcmpere': J. 

Gcbelin, X. 233 f 
Maps, ancient climatic, XV. 884 
Mcteorologische Beziehnngen zwischen 

dem Nordatlantischen Ooean^ etc. : 

W. Meinardus, XL 687 f 
Methode zur Berechnung klimatolo- 

gischcr Mittelwerthe : W. Meinardus, 

XVI. 403 1 
Neue Forschritte der Klimatologic: 

W. Koppen,IX. 112 f 
Om Klimatets Andringar, etc. : N. 

Ekholm, XV. .556 f 
Rooent researches on : H. N. Dickson, 

X. 303 
Relations of soil to, E. W. Hilgard on, 

I. 275 
Speculation in topographical climato- 
logy, W. M. Davis on, XL 105 t, 302 § 
TcmperHturschwankuDg im . . . See- 

khma : A. Woeikof, XL 103 f 
Thermischo Aufbau der Klima . . . 

des Erdinneren : W. Zenker, IX. 

592 1 
Thermo-gcographical studies: C. L. 

Madsen, XL 103 1 
Tropical, XV. 420 

Varuitions of climate of past : N. Ek- 
holm, XVII. 681 1 
Versnoh einer Klassifikation der Kli- 
mate : W. Koppen, XVII. 326 f, 436 § ; 

XVIIL 289 1 
Weather changes from lower to higher 

latitudes: W. Krebs, IL 567 1 
Climbing reminiscences of the Dolomites : 
L. Sinigaglia, IX. 103 1 



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CLI1IB8 

Climbs in New Zealand Alps: £. A. 

Fitzgerrtid, VIII. 421 f 
Cline, J. M. : Rpeoial report on floods in 

Colorado valley, XVII. 93 f 
Clinton Colden lake, N. Canada, XVI. 70 
Clitheroe and Pendle Hill, geology of : R. 

H. Tiddeman, XIX. 104 f 
Clipperton Atoll, Note on : Sir W. J. 

Wharton, XII. 101 f ; Sir W. J. Whar- 
ton and J. J. H. Teall on, XI. 671 
Clivc, P. A. : Notes on a journey to Pali 

and Mamaidi, XIV. 177 * ; Photographs 

of Nigeria, XV. 563 
Clock-rates and barometric pressure . . . 

at Mare Island Observatory : E. Hay- 
den, XIV. 464 1 
Close, C. F. ; on longitude of Nkata bay, 

XV. 75 ; Sketch of . . . map projections, 

XIX. 78 §, 238 1 
, M. H. : Cosmographical tractate 

in the Irish language, XIX. 4061 ; 

Hipparchus and the precession of the 

equinoxes, XIX. 532 f 
Clouds — 

Cloud scenery of the High Plains : W. 
D. Johnson, XIII. 665 t 

■ work for the U.S., Kcsults of in- 

ternational: F. H. Bigelow, XV. 

302 1 
Cloud-bursts in Lakeland, VII. 620 
Cloudland ; study on structure, etc., of 

clouds: W. C. Ley, V. 184 1: VI. 

180 § 
Einwirkung von Flusslaufen auf cine 

. . . Wolkendecke : F, Erk, XII. 439 f 
Illustrative cloud forms for observers, 

XII. 439 1 
Wave and billow clouds : A. J. Henry, 

XIV. 465 1 
Wolken-Beobachtungen in Norwegen: 

N. J. Foyn, XVII. 97 t 
Clozel, F. L. : Explorations between 
Congo and Shari, VI. 185 ; in Fr. Congo, 
VII. 553 ; Au Congo, VII. 214 1 ; Bin- 
gerville, cote d*I voire, XVIII. 232 1 ; De 
la Sangha k la Ouom, XI. 684 f ; Jonc- 
tion des lagnnes d'Assinie et de Grand- 
Bassam, C^te dlvoire, XX. 246 1; La 
Cote d'lvoire, XIV. 459 f ; Do., notice 
historique, XV. 297 1; Mission Clozel 
dans le Nord du Congo frau^ais : Herr, 
VIIL 93 1 
Clowes, W\ L. : Royal Navy, XV. 200 f : 
Strategical value of the Channel Is., 

XVIL 547t 
Clutterbuck, W. J. : Photographs of 

Great Luohu Is., XIV. 592 
Clyde river. Black's Guide to : M. J. B. 
Baddeley and E. D. Jordan, XL 309 f 
Clyde, River, and Harbour of Glasgow : 

W. M. Alston, XX. 352 1 
to the Jordan: H. Callan, V. 

401 1 
Effects of vegetation on valley and 
plains of the: G. F. Scott-Elliot, 
XVIII. 511 



C0A8T8 

Clyde river— flon^tnucd. 

Sea area. Physical conditions of: H. B. 
Mill, IV. 344 ; Distribution of tem- 
perature, V. 398 1 
Coal— 

At Lalan, VIIL 508 ; in America, XX. 
644; China, XIL 501; Kwei-yan^, 
XIV. 642; Manchuria (iron smeltinp^), 
XIV. 295; Sze-chuan, X. 21; Si- 
beria, III. 331 ; Somaliland, XL 377, 
396 

Coal district N. W. of Lake Nyassa, 
Zenke's visit to, XIII. 73 

Coal-supplies of the World : B. Taylor, 
XIL 440 1 

Coal-trade, and the Empire: A. K. 
Hurd, XIL 639 f ; Do. of U.S. and 
the world's local supply and trade, 
XVIL 564 1 

Existe-t-il de la houille dans le Pas-de- 
Calais?: P. Combes, XIII. 319 f 

Houille dans les Colonies anglaisos : P. 
Barrd, XVIII. 343 1 

Influence of Coalfields on situation of 
towns, IX. 82 

Jevons's ooal question : Rt. Hon. L. H. 
Courtney, XL 309 f 

Our ooal supplies : T. F. Brown, XIV. 

list 

Production and consumption of, XIII. 

98 1 

Sur les resultats des recherchcs du 
charbon mineral ... en Siberie : 
Venukoff, VIIL 651 1 
Coan, T. M. : Hawaiian ethnography, 

XIII. 684 1 
Coasts — 

Coast and Geodetic Survey of U.S., 
XL 54; Do.: J., IX. 578 1; Geo- 
graphic work of: T. C. Mendonball 
andO.H.Tittmann, XL 98 1, 289*; 
Report, XL 686 f 

Coast-dwellers — Eustf(»lks olika sjiklug- 
lighet: H. H, von Sohwerin, XVI, 
375 1 

Coast-line ; Curves, XL 646 ; Morpho- 
logy, V. 82; VIL 318; Influence of 
configuration of coast-lines upon rate 
of secular magnetic declination: H. 
Wilde, V. 93 1 

G^graphle littomle: J. Girard, V. 
185 t 

Geographische Homolog^en an dea 
Kusten : P; Guttner, VI. 395 f 

KUstenentwickelung : F. Ratzel, VI. 

199 1 
Mean distances from coast in oceans; 

de Windt^s calculations of: XIII. 

665 
Model of sea-shore characteristics : G. 

Curtis, XIL 4.39 1 
Morphology of, VIL 318 
Profile of Equilibrium of the subaqueous 

shore- terrace : N. M. Fcnueman, XX. 

130 1 
Sand and shingle, movements of, XL 668 



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ooAsn 

Ooasts— oonMniMd. 
Sea aDd land : N. 8. Shaler, VI. 101 f 
Sea-beaches and SandbankB : Y. (jomish, 

XI. 528,* 628 ♦ ; XII. 329 t 
Sea Coast, The : W. H. Wheeler, XIX. 

660 1, 747 § 
Un exemple de plaine ooti^re : W. M. 
Davis, XIII. 460 1 
Goatppnt, Gren. de: Note but les projeo- 

tions des cartes, YI. 395 f 
Cobbold, R. P.: Innennoet Asia, XY. 
435 1; Journeys in Turkestan and 
Pamirs, XIII. 65 ; Trip to lake Balkash, 
Xm. 559t 
Cobham, C. D. : Attempt at a bibliography 

of Cyprus, lY. 187 f : XYII. 546 f 
Cooa river, Amasons, XYII. 369 
Cochabamba — 
Diocionario Geogriflco, Departamento 
de Cochabamba; F. Blanco, XX. 
560t 
Introdnction a la Historia natural de la 
Provincia de, Estadioe . . . : B. D. 
Romero y J. A. Ballivian, XYUI. 
235 1 
Codiamo, valley, Patagonia, XVI. 35 
Cocliin, census, 1891 : 0. A. Mcnon, YII. 

329 1 
Cochin China — • 
Carte de la Coohinchine francaise : A. 

Koch, XYII. 458 1 
Colonization de la Cochin-Chine: P. 

d'Enjoy, XL 311 f 
Uoe oolonie fran9ai8e de la fin du 
XX«. si^cle : Le Myre de Vilers, XL 
567 1 
With the savages of B. Cochin China : 
M. Guerlach, IV. 85 1 
Cochrane : surveys in Mamtoba, X. 628 
Cochrane mt. and lake, Patagonia, XIII. 

663 
Cockbum, Hon. Sir J. A. : Commonwealth 
of Australia, XYII. 679 t ; S. Australia 
as a federal unit, XIY. 122 f 
Cockbum L, Graham Land, IV. 384 
Cockerell, T. D. A.: Geographical dis- 
tribution of scale insects, VIII. 425 f 
Cocks, A. H. : Capt. C. A. Larsen's Ant- 
arctic journal, I Y. 466 § 

, R. T. : obituary, Y. 276 

Cockscomb mts., Br. Honduras, Expedi- 
tion durch : K. Sapper, VIIL 420 f 
Coco de mer at Seychelles, YIIL 374 
Coco river, Nicaragua, XL 660; Reise 
auf dem Rio Coco : K. Sapper, XV 11. 
94 1 
Cocoa : iee Cacao 
Coco-nut — Die Eokospalme: A. Oppel, 

XL 104 1 
Coooe bay, Costa Rica, X. 61 

■ L, Costa Rica, X. 73; Island of 

Cooos: D. Lifevre, IL 188 f 
Gooos-Reeling and Cliristmas Is., Papers 
renting to, IX. 680 f; Reports, XIV. 
115t, XY. 663t; XX. 243 f 
Cod, Cape, outline of: W. M. Davis, IX. 



OOILLARD 

446, 464 1; C. Cod canal, YIL 558; 
Reservoir of C. Cod district: N. S. 
Shaler, XIV. 340 f 

" Codex Flateyensis," YIIL 295 

Codrington, R. ; award to, XVI. 117; C. 
Angoniland district, XI. 509 * ; Expe- 
dition to Dr. Livingstone's tr«e, XIY. 
317, 444; Journey from Fort Jameson 
to Old Chitambo, etc., XY. 227 ♦ ; X VL 
124 1 ; Photographs of Angoniland, XII. 
223 ; Voyage on lake Tangitnyika, 
XIX. 598 ♦ ; Visit to lake Chiuta, VU. 
183* 

, T. : Submerged rock-valleys, 

XL 431 

Cody, W. F. : $ee Inman, H. 

Coellen, L. : Climatic contrasts, XIX. 
222 ; Gegensatz in den . . . KUmaten, 
etc., XVIII. 340 1 

Coello, F. ; biography : L. Drapeyron, 
XIV. 124 1 ; obituary : Sir 0. R. Mark- 
ham, XII. 533; Don F. Coello y Qae- 
sada: D. F. Botella and others, XIII. 

687 1 
Coffee — 
Coffee and Indiarubber culture in 

Mexico : M. Romero, XIY. 94 § 
Coffee-parasite in E. Africa, VL 284 
Culture du Cafe dans le moude: H. 

Leoomte, XVIII. 556 f 
du Cafetier au Congo: E. 

liaurent, VIIL 531 f 
Lo Cafe : G. Vasco, XVIL 218 t 
Production in Brazil, XV. 440 1; C. 

Africa, V. 211,444; Shire Highlands, 

VII. 374, 385 
Ueber Kaffeekultur: M. Fesca, XL 

459 t 
Coffey, G. : Notes on prehistoric cemetery 

of Ijoughcrew, XIL 204 1 
Coghlan, T. A. : Agriculture in N. S.Wales, 

XVIII. 113 1; N. 8. Wales Statistical 
register, VIII. 421 1 ; XI. 101 f ; XX. 
662 1; Picturesque New South Wales, 

XIX. 777 1; Statistical account of the 
seven Colonies of Australasia, f VL 98 ; 

L X. 341 ; XIV. 342 ; XVIIL 236, 458 ; 

(_ Wealth and progress of N. S. Wales, f 
III. 163 ; VIL 446 ; VIIL 421 ; XL 101, 
456; XV. 443; XVIL 95 

Cogshall, W. A. : Trip to summit of Ori- 
zaba, XIL 213 1 

Cohen, J. B. : Air of towns, X. 232 f 

^— — , E., und W. Deeke: Liste der 
haufigeren Riigen'schcn Diluvial-ge- 
schiebe, XVH. 206 f 

and H. Raken : Solubility of 



Calcium carbonate in seawater, X VlII. 

647 t 
Cohn, F. : Declinationen und Eigenbeweg- 

ungen der Sterne, etc., XVI. 587 f; 
Astronomische Ortsbestimmungen der 
Kaiser - Wilhelms - Land - Expedition, 
XIII. 218 1 ; Geographische Ortobestim- 
mungen von Togo, XVI. 368 1 
Coillai^, F. : On the threshold of C. Africa, 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



conrs 



XL 199 1 ; XII. 300 § ; Sar le Haat- 
Zamb^e, XI. 315 f ; XII. 300 § 

CoiiiB, Greek, Catalogue of, in Hunterian 
collection : G. Macdonald, XIII. 571 f ; 
XX. 251 1 

Coke, G. H., and J. P. RoUeston : Visit of 
training squadron to Spitsbergen, VI. 
547* 

Colaba Observatory, disturbance of mag- 
netical . . . instruments at : N. A. Moos, 
XVL 577 1 

Colbeck, J. A. : Letters from Mandalay, V. 
506 1 

, W., XX. 211; award to, 

XVIII. 99 

Cole, F. N. : Diurnal variation of baro* 
metric pressure, I. 283 1 

, G. A. : .Bog-slide of Knocknageeba, 

IX. 337 1 ; The floor of a continent, XL 
458 1; Tbe heart of a continent, XL 
206 1 ; Open-air studies, VIL 567 ; VHL 
181 § 

— , G. W. : Bermuda and Challenger 
expedition, XIX. 658 f ; Bermuda bib- 
liography, XII. 212 1 

Coleman, A. P.: Clastic Huronian rocks 
of W. Ontario, XL 685 1 ; Glacial and 
interglacial deposits near Toronto, XL 
200 1 ; Iroquois beach, XVL 582 f ; Mt. 
Brown and sources of the Athabasca, V. 
53 * ; Helations of changes of level to 
interglacial periods, XlA. 661 f 

Colenso, Miss II. £. : Problem of the Races 
in Africa, XL 94 f 

Coles, J. : Award to, XVL 99 ; XVIIL 99 ; 
Lectures to young people, I. 158 ; Note 
on altitudes in J. Thomson's Map (Br. 
C. Africa), I. 121 ; remarks on " Expe- 
dition through Somaliland to Lake 
Rudolf," VUI. 236; retirement from 
map curatorship of R.G.S., XV. 639; 
XVL 2 

Colima, Mexico, VIII. 145 ; Earthquake in 
^ State of; 0. W. Haines, XIX. 234 f 

Colin, P^re ; determination of position of 
Antananarivo, III. 143 ; Missions scien- 
tifiques sar les cotes . . . de Madagascar, 
XVIIL not; Leves geodesioues . . . 
k Madagascar, XIII. 93 f; Positions 
geographiques . . . cote orientale de 
Mftdiigascar, XVL 368 1; Travaux 
geographiques . . . massif central de 
Madagascar, XX. 356 f ; Travaux mag- 
netiques, XX. 356 f 

Collett, A. : Monistrol-Montsorrat rack 
railway, VI. 589 f 

, Sir H. : Six weeks in Java, IV. 

188 1 

, J. : Anomalie de la pesanteur )i 

Bordeaux, VIII. 423 1 ; Correction topo- 
graphique des observations pendulaires, 
XVU. 97 t, 214 1 

O. : Pearl oysters and pearl fish* 



eries, XVII. 328 f ; XIX. 408 f 
Collie, D. K. : Governmental maps for 
schools, VII. 223 f 



OOLOKBIA 

Collie, G. L.: Gross tonography of tho 
globe, XVII. 326 1; Physiography in 
schools, XVII. 456 f 

, J. Norman: Climbing on Nanga 

Parbat range, VIL 441 f ; Climbiiig the 
Canadian Rocky mts., XIV. 119 f : Ex- 
ploration in Canadian Rockies, XIII. 
337 • ; XIV. 461 f ; XVII. 252 ♦, 678 f ; 
XVIIL lilt; letter on Canadian 
RockU8,XIV. 101; Lofoten Is., XX. 
351 1 1 Note on portable mercurial baro* 
meter, X. 206 ; remarks on ** Snow- waves 
... in Canada," XX. 174 

Collie goldfield. Geological Map: A. G. 
Maltland, XIII. 575 

Collignon, R. : Anthropologie de la France, 
IV. 184 1; Do I'Auvergne ^ TAtlan- 
tiqne, VIL 327 1 

Collin, V. : La question du Haut-Nile, XV. 

297 1 

Collingridge. G. : Discovery of Australia, 
A'lL 446 1; IX. 450 §; Early Carto- 
graphy of Japan, III. 403 * ; IV. 270, 
276 ; Fantastic islands of Indian Ocean 
and Australasia, IV. 92 1, 475 1 

CoUingwood, W. G. : The Lake counties, 
XX. 351 1 

and J. Stefansson : Pilgrimage 

to Sagasteads of Iceland, XIV. 675 1 

Collins, F. IL: Charts of tidal streams 
near Channel Is., etc., X. 125; Do. on 
W. coast of Scotland, IV. 286 1 

, R. M. : Early explorations on the 

Ix)gan, etc., XIV. 122 1 : S.E. Highlands 
of Queensland, XI. 204 1 

Collon-Cura river, Patagonia, IL 161 

CoUot, L. : Relief dans le departement de 
la C6te-d*0r, V. 604 1 

, M. : Gfoniatites carbonif%res dans 

le Sahara, XIX. 108 1 

Colmer, J. G. : New North- West Passage, 
VIIL 653 1 ; Progress of Canada, IX. 
463 1 ; remarks on " Survey in Baffin- 
land," XVin. 43 

Cologne, Societe de geographie de: L. 
Drapeyron, XVII. 666 1 

Colomb, Sir J. : Wanted, an imperial con- 
ference, V. 187 1 

, P. H. : MancBuvring powers of 

steamships, etc., VII. 340 1 

Colombaroli, A.: Saudeh vnlgairement 
appelee Niam Niam, VU. 333 1 

Colombia — 
American railway in : F. R. Hart, XV. 

300 1 

Anales Diplomaticos y Consulares: A. 
J. Uribe, XVIIL 644 1 

Andes of, XVII. 344; (Western), A. 
Hettner's Sketch, II. 268 

Boundaries — Columbia and Costa-Rica, 
X. 57; XVL 664; Arbitrage entre, 
XVIIL 113t; Grenzstreit zwischen: 
E. Seler, XVU. 324 1 ; Limitee entre : 
M. de Peralta, XVIL 94 1 ; do. : F. 
Bilvela, XV. 669 1 ; Los *< Geograph- 
ische Mitteilungen " y la frontera 



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OOLOXBIA 

Colombia — eontinued. 

entre, etc., XIX. 98 §, 109 1; Neue 
Grenze zwischen (map), XVII. 569 f 
Brettes, Graf J. de, Reisen im nord- 
Uchen Columbia: W. Sieyers, XII. 

436 1 
Bureau of American Republics, Bulletin, 

VII. 681 1 
Coal and Petroleum in, VIII. 192 f 
Colombia e la sua situazione economica : 

R. de Dorfo, X. 457 1 
Geography, History, etc., of: R. Nuiiez 

and H. Jalhay, U. 91 1 
Geological Studies, Astronomical deter- 
minations : B. Peter, III. 254 1 
Glacial Phenomena of: R. B. White, 

XIV. 684 1 
Kolumbien : F. Regel, XV. 669 1 
Nordwestlichen Kolumbien, Reisen im : 

F. Regel, XII. 214 1 
Ores of: H. W. Nichols, XIV. 684 f 
Photographs: E. Gledhill, VI. 300; 

Xni. 336 
Ports— Atiantic, XVII. 350; Pacific 

XVn. 350 
Reclus' Columbia; trs. F. J. Vergara, 

IV. 379 1 
River system, XVII. 347 
Rcise in Berglande yon Antioquia : F. 

Re^l,XX. 248t 
Reisebriefe aus: F. Regel, IX. 342 1; 

X. 330, 457 1; XL 31 8 1 
Rio Hacha and Goajiro Indians : H. 

Candelier, II. 380 f 
Tour through: C. Cuero Marquez, IV. 

284 1 
Trade, VI. 386 
Colombo, Old and New ; J. Ferguson, XV. 

190 1 
Colon, Colombia, XVII. 351 
Colonies and Colonisation — 
Biblioth^ue Coloniale intornationalc : 
La main d'oeuyre aux colonies, VIII. 

634t 
Bilancio coloniale del secolo XIX.: K. 

Pini, XVII. 682 f 
C'olonial Administration : O. P. Austin, 

XIX. 782 1 ; Do. : P. Bigelow, XIX. 

241 1 

Atlas, Langhans', S.W. Africa 

in, IX. 62 

- Bibliography, French, XIX. 



762 



Empire of 1837: E. Salmon, 
X. 344t 

Expansion : Flora li. Shaw, V. 



401 1 



Geography, institutes for study 
of. III. 528 

import duties, XIII. 330 

■systems and colonizing peoples : 



M. Dubois, Vn. 193 § 

systems of the world : O. P. 



Austin, XIII. 688 1 ; XVII. 566 f 

Tramp, A.: H. Nisbet, IX. 



OOLOKISS 

Colonies and Colonisation — continued. 
Colonial and Weltyerkehrskarte, Be- 

gleitwort zur, X. 654 f 
Colonies and Chartered Companies: 

Sir A. Lyall, XIL 329 f 
and the century : Hon. Sir J. 

Robinson, XIV. 236 f 
Colonies anglaises: G. Chcyilliard, 

XIV. 286 1 
et renseigoement geograph- 

ique ; Conference . . . de TOnion 

coloniale fran9aise : M. Dubois, VIII. 

584 1 

-, British: fee British Empire, 



109t 



and special headinge 

-, Freneh : see France, and special 



headings 

— , German : see Germany, and 



speeicd headings 

- Portuguese : see Africa, Angola, 



Portugal 

Spanish, in Africa : D. M. 



Gonrotte, XVIILllOf 
Colonizzazione e Conquista: G. Bic- 

chieri, XIV. 346 1 
Combined circulars on Canada, Austra- 
lasia, etc., XV. 199 1 
Deyelopment of habitable lands : H. R. 

Mill, XV. 652 § ; XVL 131 1 
Essays on colonizing, etc.: R. Dodd, 

IX. 347 1 
Expansion europeenne pendant le XIX*'. 

si^le : F. Brugifere, XVIII. 556 1 
Grandes oompagnies de colonisation: 

P. Leroy-Beaulieu, VIII. 195 f 
Institut Colonial International, Compte 

rendu de la session tenue k la Hayc, 

VIII. 534 1 
Koloniale Zeitschrift, XVL 358 § 
Kolonisatorische Aufgabcn: G. Mein- 

ecke, XVIIL 556 1 
Eolonizationsbestrebungen und die 

Anpassungsmugliohkeit der Europiien 

in den Tropen : F. Hueppe, XVIII. 

240 1 
Main-d*oeuvrc aux colonies, VIII. 534 1 ; 

do. : A. Bernard, XVII. 218 t 
Methods of goyemment and deyelop- 
ment, etc., XIX. 533 1 
Morale de la colonization: A. dc 

Haulleyille, XV. 557 t 
New I^ands: H. R. Mill, XVL 568 §, 

592 1 
ProbRmc colonial au debut du XX. 

si^le : M. Zimmermanu, XIX. 783 f 
Quel est lo regime eoouomique qui 

fayorise le plus la colonisation? O. 

Noel, XVII. 455 1 
Question des renseignements coloniaux : 

J. V. Barbier, IX.347t 
Becueil dcs Societes ooloniales et 

maritimes, XVII. 566 1 
Siedelungskolonien, etc. : E. Hahn, IX. 

467 1 
Sooietds indigenes et le probleme de la 
Colonisation : L. Vignon, XL 458 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



00L0VIS8 

Goloniei and Coloniiation— <xMUtn«Mi. 
Solution of the colonial question : R. 

Bcadon, L 283 f 
Syst^mes coloniaux : M. Dubois, YL 

588 t 
Systcmfl of oolonization : J. B. Neyine, 

X. 654t 
Tho colonics, their arts, etc. : Six O. T. 

Bume, XI. 208 1 
Tropical colonization : A. Ireland, XY. 

557 t ; Do., is it justifiable ? : Id^ XX. 

675 1 
Colonieu, Comm. : Yojage au Gourilra et 

k TAougeroAt, Y. 181 f 
Colorado^ 

Canyon district, Notes on : W. IL 
Davis, XYIL 98 f 

Canyons of the Coloiado : J. W. Powell, 
YL 197 t 

Cliff-dweUers, IIL 46 ; Land of the : F. 
H. Chapin, II. 187 1 

Colorado Desert : D. P. Barrows, XYI. 
582 

Economic geology of JSiWerton Quad- 
rangle, &port : F. L. Ransome, XX. 

770 1 

Geology of Aspen mining district : J. 
K. Bpurr, XV. 195 f 

of Denver Basin: S. F. 

Emmons, W. Cross, and G. H. 
Eldridge, XL 317 1 

Glacier of mt. Arapahoe : W. T. Lee, 
XVII. 212 1 

Grand CaBon of ('olorado river: T. 
Anderson, XVIIL3:^t: Excursion 
to the : W. M. Davis, XYIIL 334t, 
024 ; Los Enseignements du (irrand 
Cfinyon : W. M. Davis, XIX. 401 f 

Irrigation Engineering in : H. A. 

Crafts, XL 455 t 
Life on the Colorado Plateaus: R. 

Dodge, XYI. 252 1 
Mines of Custer County : S. F. Emmons, 

XL 317 1; Mining industry (F. O. 

Rep.), XYIL 452 f ; Do. of Telluride 

Quadrangle, Report : C. W. Puring- 

ton, XIY. 683 t 
Origin of de'bris-covcred Mesas of 

Boulder : W. T. lx>e, XYIL 92 f 
Ueber das Colorado-Plateau zum Grand 

(^anon : H. Credner, YIL 216 f 
Underground water of Arkansas valley : 

G. K. Gilbert, XL 317 1 
Colorado river, Costa Rica, II. 170, X. 68 

river, Patagonia, II. 160 

— valley, Texas ; Floods in. Report : 



J. M. Cline, XYIL 93 1 

Colour Code, On a correct : J. A. Harvie- 
Biown, XIY. 125 f 

Colquhoun, A. R. : Afghanistan-; the key 
to India, XYI. 246 1, 485 1 ; China in 
transformation, XY. 79 1; Chinese 
question, XII. 95 1: Great Trans- 
Biberian-Manchurian railway, XYIL 
448 1; Key of the Pacific, the Nic- 
aragua canal, YIL 217 1 ; 316 § ; 



ooLinaiA 

Mastery of the Pacific, XIX. 777 1 ; 
Matabeleland, UL 347 f; Nioaragua 
and its canal, YU. 335 t : 
** Overland " to China, XYI. 485 t ; 
Problem in China and British policy, 
XYI. 485 1; Railway connection of 
India and China, XIL 4301; Rena- 
sconce of S. Africa, XYI. 700 1 ; Russian 
C. Asia; countries and people, XYI. 
248 1 ; remarks on ^ From Shanghai 
to Bhamo," XIX. 274 

Colton, G. W. and C. B. : 3Iap of Alaska, 
XL 109 1 

Columba, G. M. : La tradizione geograflca 
deir etk romana, X. 460 f 

ColnmUa, British — 
Albemi district. Mining section : W. 

J. Sutton, YIL 564 f 
Attraverso alia Colombia Inglese: D. 

R. de Simone, XIIL 456 f 
Board of Trade, report, XL 315 f 
Br. Columbia, its position, etc, XL 

315 1 
of to-day : Hon. J. H. 

Turner, XIX. 773 1 

Climate ; E. Deville on, IIL 143 

Crown Lands Surveys for 1895, YIU. 
312 t 

Findiay*s Sailing directory . . . coasts 
of Br. Columbia and Alaska : W. K. 
Kettle, XIL 434 f 

Geological Survey of Canada, report : 
G. M. Dawson, YIL 679 1 

Glaciation in Atlin district: J. C 
Gwillim, XX. 127 f: Additional 
observations on glaciers : G. and W. 
Yaux, XYI. 252 f, 687 § 

Goldfields of : see Ontario 

History of : A. Begg, YIIL 190 f 

Indians of: F. Boas, IX. 107 f 

Inland waterways of: H. B. Small, 
XY. 441 1 

Kwakiutl-Nootka, Oceanic origin of, 
etc. : C. Hill-Tout, XV. 553 1 

Land-slides on Canadian Pacific Bail- 
way : R. B. Stanton, XII. 435 f 

McConnell, R. G. ; surveys in, VIII. 
400 

Maps-^. H. Brownlec, II. 191 t ; G. 
B. Martin, VH. 342 1 : Canadian 
Yukon and Northern Territory, XI. 
327 1 ; Chart of Alaska and : H. D. 
Jenkins, XIIL 464 f; Indexed 
pocket map, etc.: Rand, McNally 
& Co., YIL 451 1; XYIIL 558 1; 
Sprachenkarte von Britisch-Colum- 
bien; F. Boas, YIL 342 f; S.W. 
part: Chief Commiasioner of Lands 
and Works, II. 285 f 

Mines— Reports of Minister of, YIL 
564 1; XIL 212 1; XYin. 552 f, 
624 §; XX. 559 1; Mineral resooroes : 
L. U. Hodges, XU. 214 t ; wealth : 
G. M. Dawson, I. 567 f ; Mining dis- 
tricts near Ramloops lake: G. F. 
Monckton, XYL 125 f 



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COLiniBIA 

<MiiBiUa, British — continued. 

Mountain travel and cllmbB in : H. E. 
M. Stulfield, XIX. 528 1 

Nortb-Forkthal in BritiBch-Colambien : 
J. Habel, XII. 634 f 

Photo^^phfl of Alaska and Br. Colum- 
bia : W. H. Cook, XIX. 538 

Pilot, Vin. 191 1 ; XIII. 94 1 

Prehistorio man in : C. Hill-Tout, IX. 
341 1 

Prospecting in : W. M. Brewer, XIV. 
228 1 

Railways, Vni. 298 

Seoolar climatic changes in: G. M. 
DawBon, XI. 200t 

Sqnamish Indians of, Notes on : C. Hill- 
Tout, XIV, 119 t 

Tide-tables for Victoria and Sand 
Heads, XVH. 678 f 

Topographical surreys, X. 629 

Year Book, XI. 454 f ; XIX. 528 f 

Yukon boundary, St. Cyr and White- 
Fraser's report on survey of, XVIII. 
812 

Yalo district, etc. (Land and Works 
Department), XVIII. 118 1 

Zur Ethnologic von Britisch-Columbicn : 
F- Boas, VI. 392 1 
Columbia, District of, Geographic develop- 
ment: W. J. MoGee, XII. 435 f ; Maps I 

and Surveys, V. 90 1, 487 
mt., Canada, XIII. 351 ; ice-field, 

XVII. 252, 264 

river, N. America, XVII. 253 ; 



Source, XVII. 271 
Columbretes : H. I. H. Archduke Ludwig 

Salvator, VII. 108 f 
Columbus, Bartholomew — Die Karto de 

Bartolomeo Colombo: F. von Wieser, 

III. 352 1 
Columbus, Christophsr, IX. 204 

America prefigured : J. Winaor, I. 187t 

Authentic letters of : W. E. (*urtis ; 

VIL339t 
Autograph letters of: La Dnqucsa de 

Berwick y de Alba, I. 90 1 
Caravels of: V. M. Concas, III. 352 f 
Career of : C. J. Elton, I. 90 f 
Celebrations, II. 17 
Christoph Columbus als Kosmograph : 

K. Kretschmer, I. 90 t, 176 
Christophe Colomb : J. du Fief, I. 283 f 
d'apr^ la raccolta di 

Document!, etc. : E. Levasseur, VI. 

200 1 

et TosoancUi, III. 



J. M. 



76 1 
Christovam Columbo 

Pereira da Silva, II. 93 f 
Colombo; Poema por M. de A. Porto- 

Alegre, II. 93 f 
Columban Atlas, A- Great, I. 57 § 
Columbus and his discovery of America : 

H. B. Adams and H. Wood, L 187 f 
and his voyages : J. Rein, I. 

187 1 



OOIYILB 
Columbus, Christopher-— con^'ntisci. 

Columbus, Christopher, and participa- 
tion of the Jews, etc. : M. Kayserling, 

IV. 472 1 
Columbus' landfall and Watling I. : O. 

Neussel, I. 90 f 
Columbus och Toscanellt: E. Carlson, 

VIL 568 1 
Columbus p& Island og vore forfaedres 

opdagelser i det nordvestlige Atlanter- 

hav : G. Storm, II. 568 1 
Cristobal Colon espanol? D. C. Garcia 

de la Riega, XUI. 687 f 
Cristoforo Colombo : M. A. Lazzarani, I. 

90t 
nella leggenda e 

nella storia : C. de Lollis, I. 90 f 
Discovery of America : from the Quar" 

ierly Bevieu), II. 282 f 

of Haiti, III. 51 

of a map by : C. Peucker, III. 

44» 
Disquizioni Colombine, Studi : P. Pera- 

gallo, VL 397 1 ; Vin.426t 
Family of: S. Ruge, L 90t 
Favola di A. Sanchez precursore o 

maestro di C. Colombo : P. Peragallo, 

VIIL 426 1 
First Landfall of C-olumbus: J. W. 

Redwav, V. 401 1 

letter of, L 90 f 

Have we a portrait of Columbus ? : C. P. 

Daly, II. 283 1 
II Genio e Tobbiettivo di Colombo, etc., 

Memoria del Dr. Abbate Paschia, I. 

571 1 
In the wake of: F. A. Ober, III. 362 f 
Italian Monument to : Sir C. R. Mark- 
ham, IV. 83 ♦ 
Journal of (first Voyage) ; trs. Sir C. R. 

Markham, II. 189 f 
Life of Columbus : Sir C. R. Markham, 

L90t 
O Desoobridor do Novo Mundo foi 

Colombo : H. Prsgner, XI. 105 1 
Os DesoobrimentoB Portuguezes e os de 

Colombo : M. P. (^hagas, I. 90 1 
Raccolta di documenti piibblioati dalla 

R. Commiasione Colombiana, etc., V. 

401 1, VIIL 195 t 
Removal of Remains of, XIII. 201 
Solution de tous les probl^es relatifs h 

Christophe Colomh, etc. : G. de la 

Rosa, XX. 564 1 
Toscanelli ct (Jhristophe Colomb: L. 

GalloU, XX. 251 f 
et Christophe Colomb d*apr^ 

un ouvrage recent : G. Marcel, XX. 

251 1 

C'Olumbus, Fernando — L'autoritii di M. B. 
Las Casas nella nascita di Don F. 
Colombo : A. Maroone, VIIL 426 f 

Colvile, Sir H. E.: Land of the Nile 
Springs, VI. 487 1 ; Photographs of Chin 
Country, III. 80 f; remarks on "Ex- 
pedition to Ruwenzori," VL 821 



t Blbliogrspldosl sntiy. 



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166 



GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



CX>LyiIE 

Colvile, Z. : Boand the Black Man's 

Garden, II. 186 f 
Colvin, Sir A. : Indian frontiera and 

Indian finance, VII. Illf; Problem 

beyond the Indian frontier, XI. 90 1 
Combe, D. E. do la : Conferencia dada en 

la Hoc. Geogr.'de Lima, III. 74 f 
Combes, P. : Existe-t-il de la honilie dans 

lo Pas-de-Calais? XIIL 319 f; L'aire 

g^grapbiqne des oonqn^tes de Samory, 

XIIL 562 1 ; Llle de Cr^, X. 453 1 ; 

Navigation du Mekong, XI. 451 t ; 

Question du Meridien unique, XV. 87 f 
Commander la., Bering 8ea, IV. 251 ; IX. 

322 
Commerce : Me Geography, Commercial, 

and Trade 
Commerell, Sir £. : remarks at Franklin 

Commemoration meeting, VI. 44 
Communications: $ee ^ilways, Tele- 
graphs, Transport, etc. 
CV»mo, Lake, depth, XIV. 441 ; gladation, 

I. 489 : Temperatura del lago di Como : 

(). Marinelli, VIU. 307 f 
Comoro Is. — Fauna, VII. 284 ; Notice sur 

Mayotte et les Comores : E. Viennc, 

XVL 699 1; Sultanat d'Anjouan : J. 

Repiquet, XVIII. 231 1 
Compass — 

Admimlty manual for deviations of: 
F. J. Evans and A. Smith, XIX. 110 f 

Bussola, Appunti storici intomo all' nso 
topografico ed astronomico della: T. 
BertelU, XVL 259 f 

Bussola nautica, origine della: G. A. 
Botto, XVIII. 238 1 ; Do., controversie 
intomo all' : T. Bertelli, XX. 668 f, 
564 1, 660 § 

Compas de Marine, Sur une th^rie 
geom^trique des : S. L. Ravier, XIIL 

101 1 
Compass correction : H. M. W. P. 

Jolmsou, X VIIL 459 f 
in modern navigation : G. W. 

Littlehales, XL 208 f 
used by D. Livingstone, XX. 



647 

Deviation of: A. W. Beinold, VI. 201 f 
Compony river, Kr. Guinea — Eandiafara 

et le Compony : G. Paroisse, IX. 240 f 
Compton, T. : A Mendip Valley, its 

inhabitants and surroundings, I. 467 1 
Comyn, F. : Seamy side of Br. Guiana, 

VII. 445 1 
Concas, V. M. : Caravels of Columbus, III. 

352 t 
Conder, C. R. : Palestine exploration, XII. 

324 1 ; Zuallardo*8 travels, XIX. 654 1, 

783 § 
Cone valleys and drainage, X. 479, 483 
Conferencias y escritos cientiflcos: A. 

Aspiazu, XL 205 f 
Configuration of the Earth's Surface : Lord 

Avebury, XV. 46 • 
Confucius — Plain account of life, etc., of : 

£. H. Parker, IX. 680 f; In a mule 



ooveo 

litter to the tomb of: A. Armstrong, 
VIL 440 1 
Conger, C. T. : Geography at World's 

Columbia Exposition, IIL 130 * 
Ck>]igo ; Begion, Biver and State — 

Age de la pierre au Congo: X. 
Stainier, XIV. 227 t ; Do. dans le 
Congo occidental : J. Comet, XIIL 

322 1 
Agriculture au Congo: E. Laurent, 

XI. 684 1 
Ancient Kingdom of Kongo : T. Liewis, 

XIX. 541 * 
Animaux domestiques au Congo : E. 

Meuleman, VIL 442 f; Do., de 

I'Etat Independant, XIIL 91 f 
Bibliographic du Congo, 1880-95 : A. 

J. Wauteifl, VIL 213 f, 276 § 
Bilans congolais: A. Poskin, XVL 

249t 
Caf^ier au Congo, La Culture du : K. 
Laurent, VIIL 530 f ; Do. dans le 
Haut Congo : V. Bouckenooghe, 
XL 453 1 : Etablissement d'une 
plantation de: L. Gentil, XVIIL 

109 1 
Cfto ; PadraoB erected by, I. 68 ; XVL 

630 
Caoutchoucs du Congo, QueUes sont 

les plantes qui pr^uisent les : £. 

de Wildeman, XVIIL 231 f 
Climate, X. 442; Climat, Constitn- 

tion du sol et hygiene, XIIL 91 f ; 

Climat et I'hygi^ne au C<nigo: 
-Dryepondt, VIIL 417 1; Climato- 

logic du C^ongo: A. Poskin, VIL 

382 1; Court aper9u du climat du 

Ck)ngo : A. Lancaster, XIV. 459 f ; 

XV. 193 1 
Codes congolais : A. Lycops, XV. 

488 1 
Crystal mts. — Ck>mment le Congo 
traverse la chatne dee monts de 
Oistal : A. J. Wauters, XL 69 J, 

198 1 
Congo doit Hre notre Java: J. 

Leclercq, X. 649 1 
Congo Free State : H. R. Fox Bourne, 

XVIIL 550 t 
Congogebiet von wirthsohaftlichen 

Standpunkte : E. v. Manrig, XIIL 

680 1 
Congo Independent State, Report: 

Pickersgill, XIL 434 1 
Congo, Le : H. Droogmans, IX. 238 f 
au point de vue physique, 

politique et ^conomique: Clialtin, 

VI. 195 1 

-, conference par P. Danoo, IX. 



576 1 



en amont des Falls et dn 
Lomami: A. J. Wauteis, VIII. 
652 1 

: J. Scharffenberg, IX. 462 f 

— State and its Cities: D. C. 



Boulger, XID. 561 1 



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oovoo 

OoBgo — coniinued. 

Congo and the Bahr-el-Ghazal : £. D. 

Morel, XIX. 232 1 
, or growth of civilization in C. 

Africa : D. C. Boulger, XIII. 560 f 
Congostaat, der : V. Levy, XIII. 561 f ; 

Do., Belgischen : Id., XYIU. 456 1 
Congo-Zambezi water-parting : C. 

Lemaire,XIX. 178* 
Currents of mouth of Congo river: 

H. E. Purey-Cuat on, XVL 349 
DistricftB of the State, YH. 203 ; Leg 

diBtricts de TEtat, YII. 213 f 
Dwarfs, XYIL 39 
Krforsohnng dee Kongo-Systems : A. 

Pahde, YII. list 
Etat independant dn Congo, XYII. 

449 1 ; Do., Historique, etc. : A. J. 

Wauters, XIII. 561 f 
Experiment in oommercial expansion : 

L. H. Courtney, XIIL 561 f 
Fall of the Congo Arabs : S. L. Hinde, 

IX. 340 1 : X. 174 « 
Flood seasons and velocity of onrrent, 

XX. 496 
Flore de FEtat independant du 

Congo: T. Durand et H. Scbioz, 

XL 313 1 
Fuel and food supplies, XX. 497 
Geography of southern basin : 

Comefs investigations, Y. 171 
Geological history of Congo basin, J. 

Comet on, YIII. 176 ; G^logie du 

bassin . . .: J. Cornet, X. 197 f; 

Do., d' apr^ nos connaissances 

actneUcs: J. Comet, XX. 557 1: 

Geologic du Congo occidental : J. 

Comet, IX. 462 1; XIY. 681 f; 

Travaux de J. Oomet sur le Congo, 

XL 569 1 
Hansa Immigration, XL 69 
Historique, diplomatique, etc. : A. 

Chapaux, X. 649 f 
Im Afrikanisohen Urwald : F. 

Thonner, XIIL 322 1 
Impressions oongolaises : P. Yer- 

haegeu, XIIL 680 1 
International beginnings of the State : 

J. 8. Beeves, Y. 283 1 
Eongo-Quellgebiet : H. Singer, XIIL 

560t 
Kongo-Quellengebletes, Zur Eenntnis 

des : H. Singer, XYIL 211 f 
Land of the Pigmies: G. Barrows, 

XUL215t,417§ 
Le'opoldville am Stanley Pool, Die 

Entwickelung von, XYI. 699 1 
Lett re du P. Cambier, Les troubles de 

Luluabourg, YTU. 631 f 
Malaria au Congo, La prophylaxie de 

la : A. Boden, XYIII. 639 1 
Mobangi, Region of Upper: G. le 

Marinel, L 469 f 
Mongalafluss in Centralafrika : F. 

Thonner, X. 649 f 
Navigability du basjCongo, IX. 105 f 



ooiroo 

Oongo — earUinued 

Navigation k vapeur sur le hant 

Congo : A. J. Wauters, XYIL 449 f 
N^gres du Congo. Ma captivity ohez 

les: Besson, XIY. 582 f 
Notices sur le Bas-Congo : H. Droog- 

mans, XIX. 771 f 
Observations execut^es sur . . . 

TEtat independant du Congo: A. 

Delaporte et L. Gillis, YI. 487 1 
Operations Chaltin dans le Haui- 

Uelle : R. Dubreuoq, XII. 681 1 
Orthography for Native Names, XII. 

85 
Passage of river through W. high- 
lands, XL 69 
Photograplis: G. Grenfell, XX. 570 
Population, A. J. Wauters on, XI. 

551 ; Popi^lations cougolaisos, Les 

Mangbettu: Y. Levy, XY. 297 1; 

Population des rives du Congo, XX. 

355 t : Populations errantes de 

TEtat du Congo : A. Thonnar, 

X YUL 550 1 
Reconnaissances g^logiques . . . du 

Djoue et du Niari: P. Danzan- 

vilUer^ XI. 93 f 
Regime ^conomique et fiscal de TEtat 

Inde'pendant du Congo : J. Plaa et 

Y. Pourbaix, XIIL 561 1 
foncier dans I'Etat inde- 

pendant du Congo: G. K. Anton, 

XYI. 580 1 
Region des bas-fonds de I'ancienne 

mer int^rieure du haut Congo, 

XYL 867 1 
Reprise du Congo: L. Navez, XII. 

631 1 
Re'volte des Batetela, XIIL 680 f 
River names, Cerokel on, XIIL 71 
Roches du Mont Bandupoi et du 

Haut Uelie, Notes' sur des: J. 

Cornet, XX. 557 1 
Sources du Congo: A. J. Wauters, 

XYL 580 1; XYIL 211 1 
Sources of Congo : C. Lemairo, XX. 

355 1 
Steamers on, XX. 486 
Stromgesch?rindigkciten nnd Rich- 

tungen vor der Congo-Mundung 

am 15 April, 1902, XX. 467 1 
Telegraph Line, XII. 317 : XYI. 229 ; 

Xfx. 89 
Tsetse fly — Note sur la mouohe tsetse : 

Lemaire, XYIIL, 109 1 
Twelve years' work on the Congo : D. 

C. Boulger, XII. 631 f 
Undor-currents in river Congo, 

Report: H. E. Purey-Cust, XYI. 

258 1, 349 § 
Upper Congo as a waterway: G. 

Grenfell, XX. 485 ♦ ^ 

Useful plants of the Congo region : 

A. Dewfevre, lY. 86 1 
Wamfumus, Le pays des, IX. 462 f 
Zebras, XYIL 40 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



OOKOO 

Congo — continued. 
Boundaries — 
Anglo-Congo, IV. 54 ; Anglo-French, 
XIII, 525 ; French, IV. 274 ; 
German (Kivn region), XVI. 105 ; 
Portuguese, III. 516 
Anglo-Francais et TEtat da Congo, 

XIII. 680 1 
Partitions, IV. 54 

Political Geography of Upper basin, 

Y. 442 
Commerce— 
Commerce de I'Etat du Congo: V. 

Pourbaix, IX. 462 1 
Compagnie dn Congo pour le Com- 

meroe, XV. 296 1 ; XIX. 527 1 

du Kasai, XIX. 527 1 

Trade, VIII. 170, 176; (F.O. Rep.), 

XIV. 459 1 ; XX. 557 1 : Pickers- 
giirs report, X. 441 ; XII. 484 f 

Explorations, I. 228 * ; XII. 190 ; 
Belgian, VII.208,Xn. 614,XVIIL 
622; Bia, Capt., L 449 * ; Brasseur, 
IX. 560 ; X. 637 ; Cfto, XVI. 629 1 ; 
Camap (from Kamerun), XI. 551 ; 
Clozel (Congo and Shari), VI. 185; 
Gotzen, Count, V. 359 ; Katanga Co., 
II. 20 ; Lemaire, XI. 550 ; XIL 614; 

XV. 534, 645; XVL 684; XVIIL 
511 ; XX. 340 ; Maistro (to Shari and 
Benuc), II. 323*; Mohun and le 
Marinel (UpperX V. 80 ; Plehn, 
XIIL 535; XIV. 444; XV. 420; 
Rue, XVI. 562 ; Weatherley 
(Upper), XVII. 308 

Au Congo : A. Jullien, XL 93 1 ; Bo. : 

Tschoflfen, VIII. 417 1 
Au Katanga: A. J. Wauters, XVII. 

449 1 
Aux frontieres du Congo : Kandt, 

XVII. 448 1 
Bana-Bendi k Gallikoko, De: E. 

Staohe, IX. 560§, 576t 
Clozel au Congo, VII. 214 f 
Dans la grande forSt de TAfrique 

oentrale: F. Thonner, XV. 194 f 
Deux annees . . . chez le Sultan 

Bafai: C. de la Kethulle, VII. 

331 1 
Down the Congo from Uganda : A. B. 

Lloyd, XIII. 561 f 
Expedition aux sources du Congo: 

Lemaire, XVI. 249 1 
Gloric de Riba-Riba au lac 

Kivu, XIIL 303 §, 680 1 
Exploration de la section septeo- 

trionale de la chaine des Mitumba : 

A. J. Wauters, XIX. 398 f 
Fra Kongo: F. Sundt, XIII. 322 f 
Glares Reise vom Tanganjikasee zum 

Kongo, XL 98 1 ; Do., von Nyangwe 

nach Matadi, XII. 433 f 
Im Afrikanischen Urwald : F. 

Thonner, XIIL 322 f 
Itineraries in Portuguese Congo : T. 

Lewis, XIX. 526 f 



OOKOO 

Congo — ooniinued. 

Life and travel among the people of 

the: T. Lewis, XX. 354 f 
Manuel du voyageur et du rodent 

au Congo, XL 684 f; XVIL 

553 1 
Mission agricole et scientifique de 

BouysBon, XI. 454 f 
m^oale an Congo: Drye- 

pondt, XI. 459 f 

scientifique du Katangra : 



Lemaire, XVIIL 108 1, 109 1, 

462 t ; XIX. 526 f, 527 1 
Pioneering on the Congo : W. H. 

Bentley, XVL 367 1 ; XVIIL 

304§ 
Six years of adventure in Congo State : 

E. J. Glave, I. 469 1 
Stanley Pool au Stanley Falls, Dn : 

C. Buls,XV.193t 
Three years* travel in Congo State : 

S. L. Hinde, V. 426 ♦ 
Travel and adventures in Congo 

State: Bula N'Zau (H. Bailev), 

IV. 282 1 
Upper basin of the Congo : Francqui, 

IIL347t 
Vingt-et-un i^me traversee de TAfrique 

centrale, XIIL 560 1 
Voyage de Puttkamer au Stanley 
Pool et dans la Sanga, XIIL 

679 1 
Maps — 

Carte do TEtat independant du 

Congo : J. du Fief, VL 493 f ; XII. 

443 1; A. J. Wauters, VIIL 810 1; 

IX. 92 8; XIIL 71 §, 822 f; XV. 

306 1 ; XVII. 221 f 
du Bas-Congo : H. Droogmans, 

XIV. 565 1; XVIIL 652 1; XX. 

678 1 

. . . du ohemin de for du 



Congo : A. J. Wauters, VII. 342 1 
Etat Independant du Congo, Mission 

scientifique du Ka-tanga : Lemaire, 

XVIIL 462 t 
Le Lomami Inf^rieur : A. J. Wauters, 

XIX. 246 1 
Survey Map of S. part; J. Comet, 

IV. 286 1 
Railways, VIIL 499; XIV. 211; XIX. 

374 
Chemin de fer de Matadi au Stanley- 
Pool : A. Thys, XII. 434 t 
du Congo, VII. 563 f ; 

XIL 631 1 ; H. Lorin, XIL 631 1 ; 

XIII. 322 1 

du Bas-Congo : A. 



Montell, XIL 631 f 
Congo Railway: L. Trouet, XIIL 

679 1 : completion, XL 551 ; formal 

opening, XII. 316; progress, V. 

385; VL 283; AT:L 553; train 

service, XIL 414 
Lower Congo Railway, progress of, 

XIV. 565 



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00V6O, FRJUIOK 

Congo, Frenoh (tee aUo Congo Region, 
aiUey and Africa, French W.) — 
An Congo francais : A. J. Wanten, XX. 

557 1 
Colonisation dn Congo firan^ais: P. 

Bourdarie, XIV. 118 f 
ConceorionB an Congo francais, XIV. 

list 

Congo francais: M. Aspe-Flenrimont, 

XIX. 399 1 ; B. Blim, L 84 1 
et la colonisation: P. 

Bourdarie, XVII. 558 1 

Notice mi le : M. 



Gnillemot, XVII. 90 f 
Conqn^te du Tchad, Mission Congo- 
Chan: M. Gentil, XVIIL 828 1 
Dybowski's journeys, IV. 176 
Explorations, II. 264 ; on northern 

frontier : M. Lesieur, XVIIL 535 
of the Bali : Fredon and 

C'adenat, XVIII. 5H5 
Formation do la colonic du (V>ngo fran- 

9ai8 : J. Ancel, XX. 557 f 
Foomeau's Expedition, XIII. 585; 

XIV. 319, 565 
Fronti^re entre le Cameroun et le Congo, 

Violation de la, XIX. 400 f 
Geographical work in, VII. 552 
Goologj— Echantillons recueillis par M. 

le Dr. Herr : M. Barrat, VIII. 93 f 
Haut-Oubangi, La: E. Decazes, VIII. 

531 f ; Dans le, XIX. 528 § ; Du, yers 

le Chan : Julien, XIV. 681 f ; et le 

Gabon : Rouire, IX. 238 1 
Haute Sangha: E. Cholet, VIIL 531 1 
Itineraire dn Loango an Congo: J. 

Dybow8ki,L94t,165§ 
Likooala anx Hcrbes, Cours inferieur: 

E. Jobit, XVII. 91 1, XVIII. 73 § 
Maps — ^Atlas of coasts: H. Pobeguin, 

IV. 95 1; Congo fran9ais; Hansen, 

VIL 228 1 ; Do., et Haut-Oubanghl : 

A. Conrtry, XIU. 102 1 
Mille lieues dans Vinoonnu: R. P. 

Trilles, XX. 355 f 
Mission Chari-Sangha : V. Bernard and 

Dr. Huot, XVIIL 109 1; I>o. : Dr. 

Huot, XVIIL 109 1 
Clozel dans le nord du Congo 

fran9ais : Herr, VIIL 93 1 

Fourneau, XVL 250 f 

Gendron an Congo fran^is : E. 



Jobit, XVIL 553 f ; Da : C. Loefler, 
X VIL 553 1 
Moyenne Nyanga : M. Ronhand, XIX. 

528 1 
Note sur les explorations de M. Per- 

drizet : C. Guy, XV. 438 1 
Observations met^rologiqnes rccueillies 

par le Dr. Herr: Angot, VIIL 93 f 
Og6ou^ et Como : M. Barrat, VIIL 

531 1 

Organization of, XVI. 684; Organisa- 
tion du Congo francais, XIV. 337 1 

Ouango k Mobaye, Do : M. Julien, 
XVIIL 1 09 1 



Ck>ngo, TTench.— continued, 
PauweFs explorations between Sanga 

andUbangi,XIX. 689 
Probl^me du Warn: A. J. Wauters, 

XVL 250 1: XVIL 553 1; XVIH. 

109 1 ; Question du Warn, XVIL 553 1 
Railway project, XIII. 535 
Rappoii sur Texploratiou de la Haute- 

Kotto : Lieut. Bos, XX. 557 1 
sur une reconnaissance . . . 

entre Port-Sibut et Bangui : A. 

RouaBet,XX. 125t 
Region du Chari et la Mission Gentil, 

XVIIL 109 1, 456 1 
Renseignements sur la region odti^re: 

J. Bouvsson, XIV. 118 f 
Route du Tchad : J. Dybowski, H. 380 f 
Sources du Chari, XVI. 251 1 
Sultanats de M'Bomou : C. de Montro- 

zier, XVIII. 328 1 
Ruryeys and expeditions, XVIL 660 
Te'rritoircs du Chari et Toeuyre de M. 

Gentil: A. Bernard, XVIIL 109 f 
Travels in, Mary W. Kingsley, VII. 95 ; 

Do., and ascent of Cameroons peak, 

IX. 682 1 
Verwaltung dee Schari-Gebietes : G. A. 

Kannengiesser, XVIII. 328 f 
Voyage commercial : F. de Behaglc, 

VIIL 531 t 
Congo Museum — Annales du mus^e du 

Congo, XIII. 561 1 ; XIV. 566 { 
Congresses — 
Congr^ international de G^graphie 

economique, XVII. 62 f 
Geographical Congress and geographical 

education : C. Robertson, VI. 490 1 
Geological Congress, Seventh Inter- 
national, VIIL 303 
French — at Lyons, III. 338; Congr^s 

de Geographic de Marseille : P. 

GafTarel, XIIL 100 f ; Congi^ 

National des Societes francaises de 

Geographie, XI. 208 f; XVL 376 f; 

Geographical section of Congress of 

learned societies, I. 265; Voeux du 

Congr^ g^graphique de Lorient, 

IX. 116 1; Voeux emis par le 22* 

Congr^ des Socict^s fran9aise8 de 

Geographie, XIX. 242 1 

German — at Jena, IX. 451, 645*; of 
German scientists in Vienna, IV. 
570; Eleventh, V. 589*; Deutsche 
Geographentag in Breslau : G. EoUm, 
XVIIL 460 1 ; of German naturalists 
and physicians at Brunswick, XL 
304, 575 1 

Italian, I. 284 1 ; VL 480 f Congresso 
Geografico Italiano : B. Fresoara, 
XIII. 101 1 ; Seoondo Congresso Geo- 
grafico Italiano : L. F. de Magistris, 
XL 576 1 ; Quarto Congresso Geogi-a- 
flco Italiano, XVIH. 649 t ; Terzo 
Congresso Geografico Italiano : Ij. F. 
de Magistris, XII. 547 1; Do» Atti 
del, XVIIL 242 f ; 



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CongreafleB — continued, 

Swiss, XIV. 347 f 

International Geographical — 
Eighth, XVIII. 542 
Seventh, XL 304; XIV. 690 f ; 
Arrangements for, XIII. 75, 200, 
664 ; Plan of excursions, XIV. 86, 
453 1: Proceedings, XIV. 537; 
Resolutions, XIV. 548; Bericht 
Uber die Intemationalen Geo- 
graphen-Kongresses, XV. 200 f, 
448 t ; Congr^ international de 
Geographic de Berlin : A. Bernard, 
XV. 200 1 ; Con^resso internacional 
de Geografia de Berlin: E. J. 
Lluesma, XV. 558 1; VIL Inter- 
nationale Geographenkongress : A. 
Supau, XV. ^5t; Internationale 
Geographenkongress zu Berlin : H. 
Wagner, XIV. 690 1; Rapport sur 
les travaux du VIP. Congi^s inter- 
national de geographic tenn )k 
Berlin : B. Auerhach, XVII. 827 1 ; 
Septi^me Congr^ international de 
geographic k Berlin : J. Lecleroq, 
XVL 134 1, 260 1; Settimo Con- 
gresso Interuazionalc a Berlin : G. 
Dalla Vedova, G. de Agostini, F. 
Viezzoli, XV. 558 1; SouTcnirs du 
VII**. Congr^ International de 
Geographic : A. de Glapai^de, XV. 
558 1; Vcrhandlungen des Sieben- 
ten Intemationalen Geographen- 
Eongresses, XVIII. 344 1 
Sixth, V. 76, 177, 277, 369, 593 ; VI. 
.76^ 183, 269. 497; Bureau of, VIII. 
291, 294; French Govt, and, VI. 
564 ; Report, VIII. 173, 290, 537 1 ; 
Resolutions, VIII. 291, 537 f; re- 
sults, VII I. 1 ; Considerations for 
triangulation of Africa, V. 468; 
Programme of organizing com- 
mittee, III. 220 1; Sechste Inter- 
nationale Geographen-Kongress in 
London: L. Friederichsen, VII. 
224 1; Do.: P. Paulitschke, VIL 
685 1 ; Do. : R. Storn, XL 576 f ; 
VI. Congresso Geografico Inter- 
nazionale: £. H. Giglioli, VII. 
340 1 ; Do. : G. Ricchieri, VIL 
341 1; Memoria Sobre el VI. Con- 
gress Internacional, etc. : R. T. 
Campos, VIII. 537 1; Rapports du 
Comite, etc. : E. Briickner, VIII. 

534 1 
Coningsby, R. J. ; Discovery of gold in 

Australia, VIII. 193 f 
Coniston lake; depth, IV. 238; H. R. 

Mill's survey, IL 165; VI. 138, 162 
Connecticut — 

History of slavery in : B. C. Steiner, II. 

475 t 
River system of: W. H. Ilobbs, XIX. 

91 §, 235 1 
Some rivers of: H. B. Kummel, III. 

533 1 



OOmiTLAB SSF0BT8 

Conneotica^— continued. 
State Map, as aid to study of geography, 

etc. ; W. M. Davis, VIII. 312 f 
Triassic formation of: W. M. Da via, 
Vm. 681 1 

river — 

Flow of the Connectiout river : D. Porter, 

Vin. 192t 
Geographical featares of the valley : W. 

Orr, X. 122 f 
" Moodus Noises " in the valley, W. M. 
Davis on, XL 301 

ConoUv, R. M. : Social life in Fanti-land, 
IX. 240 1 

Conrad, H. : Le voyage d'Anthony Jen- 
kinson, XIII. 89 1 

Conradt, L. : Das Hinterland der dentschen 
Kolonie Togo, VII. 443 1 : Die XgiCmba 
in Siidkamerun, XX. 467 f 

Conrau, brothers; Surveys in N. Came- 
roons, IV. 458 

, G. : Beitrage iiber die Volker 

zwischen Mpundu und Bali, XIII. 93 f ; 
Im Lande der Bangwa, XV. 439 ; Sur- 
veys in upper basin of Old Calabar R., 
XV. 281 ; Ueber das Gebiet zwischen 
Mundame und Baliburg, VIL 332 1; 
Von Mundame nach dem Berge Diungo, 
XIII. 93 1 

Conrotte, D. M. : Colonias ospaSolas en 

Africa, XVIII. not 
Constable : Hand Atlas of India, III. 79 f ; 
Hand-Gazetteer of India: J. G. Bar- 
tholomew and J. Burffcss, XL 567 f 

and Stanford: Map of N.W. 

Frontier of India, II. 378 1 
Constance, Lake of. Glacial action near, 
IL 364 ; Morphometry, IV. 264 • 
Morphometrio des Bodensees : A. Penck, 

III. 529 1 
On New Map of, etc. : Graf Zeppelin, 

III. 435 1 
Report of German excursion to: A. 

Penck, IV. 375 1 . 
Verbreitung der Thierwelt in Bodensee : 
T. Fuchs. XIX. 522 1 
Constantin, ' J. : Essai de biologic gco- 
graphiqne, XII. 103 1 ; Les veg^taox et 
les milieux oosmiques, XL 458 f 
Constantinople — 
Diary of an idle woman in : F. Elliott, 

I. 279 1 
Karte der Umgegend : C. von der Goltz- 

Pascha, XIII. 102 f 
Letters from : Mrs. M. MUller, X. 118 f 
Mauem von Konstantinopel, XV. 435 1 
Trade Rep., XIII. 676 f; XVIU. 
634 1 
Constellation-figures, Origin of ancient 

Northern : R. Brown, X. 345 1 
Constellations, Easy guide to: J. Gall, 

XV. 672 1 
Consular experiences in Turkey : E. Clay- 
ton, X. 548 1 
Consular Reports, Indices, III. 76 f ; XIX. 
662 1 



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orawicFTiov 

OoDSiimption, Geogr. and dimatio factor 

in : E. Hirschfeld, XVH. 219 f 
Conte, J. le: On earth-craBt moyements 

and their canses, IX. 669, 685 f 
Conti, N. de: deecription of inhabitants 

of Java, III. 407 
Continental growth and geological periods : 

T. M. Reade, III. 537 f 
*• Continent, The : " tee Europe 
Continents, evolution of, VII. 231 ; XIV. 
434; form of, XII. 528; permanence 
of, XIU. 233 
Areal und mittlere Erhebung der Land- 

flachen : H. Wagner, VII. 218 1 
Distribution of Oceans and; J. W. 

Gregory on, XII. 527 
Equilibre intercontinental : L. Drapey- 

ron, XII. 640 f 
Evolution of Oceans and Continents : 

A. J. Jukes-Brown, I. 186 f 
Origin of — GrundrisB einer exacten 
Schopfungsgeschichte: H. Habenicht, 
VIII. 425 1; Wave-like progress of 
an . . . uplift: W. Upham, IV. 
380 1 
Contour lines — Brevi considerazioni suU' 
impiego delle curve isometriche : O. 
MarineUi, XIV. 343 f 

Maps, VI. 869 ; Entnahme von 

Hohen aus Karten mit Hohenlinien : P. 
Kahle, XV. 198 f 
Conty's Practical Guides; Paris, XIII. 

675 1 
Conway, 8ir M. : Journeys and ascents — 
in the Alps, VI. 478; Andes, XII. 
193; XIII. 74; (niimani), XU. 417; 
(Sorata), XII. 525; Karakoram, etc., 
1. 261 ; II. 491 ; Hpitsbergon, VII. 555 ; 
X. 219 
Aconcagua and Tierra del Fuogo, XX. 

561 1 
Alpine Journal, An, V. 85 f 
Alps from end to end, VI. 482 f 
Bolivian Andes, XVUI. 335 f, 612 § 
Climbing and explorations in Kara- 

koram-Himalayas, IV. 85t; V. 88 1 
Climbs in the Andes, XIV. 584 t ; XVII. 

557 t 
Conway Expedition to Spitzbergen : J. 

W. Gregory, VIII. 528 1 
Crossing of Hispar pass, I. 131 * 
Exploration in Bolivian Andes, XIV. 

14 ♦, 341 1 

in Mustagh mts., II. 289 ♦ 

of the glaciers of Spits- 
bergen, Xn. 137 ♦, 637 1 
First crossing of Spitzbergen, IX. 353 *, 

684t; X. 179§,232t 
French architect in India, A (Review), 

1.444* 
Hudson's voyage to Spitsbergen in 1607, 

XV. 121 ♦ ; XVI. 256 f 
Joris Carolus, discoverer of Edge I., 

XVII. 623 ♦ ; XVIII. 460 f, 545 
Letters— on Bear I., XIV. 328; on J. 

Carolus, XVIII, 545; on Nomencla- 



ooox 

Conway, Sir M. — wniiMied, 

ture of Karakoram peaks, 1. 177, 370 ; 
Do. of Spitsbergen, XVII. 541 ; on 
Peak E,, III. 527; on advance and 
retreat of sea-ending glaciers, XIV. 
672 ; on formation of a lake in Nagar, 
X. 107 

Mountain Falls, V. 397 1 

Notes on map of Cordillera of Bolivia, 

XV. 528*; XVL126t 
Photographs of S. Andes, XX. 372 
Physiological effects of high altitudes, 

1.47 
Remarks — on " Do Glaciers excavate ? " 
I. 503 : on ^ Exploration in Canadian 
Rockies," XIII. 357; on "Explora- 
tions on and around Aconcagua," 
XII. 492 ; on « Southern Alps of New 
Zealand," VII. 501 ; on •* Joumeyings 
in Pamirs and C. Asia," U. 399 ; on 
^* Methods of survey employed by 
Chilean Boundary Commissions," 

XVI. 344 

Rise and fall of Smeerenburg, Spits- 
bergen, XVIII. 114 1 

Some undeveloped resources of Bolivia, 
XV. 442 1 

Some unpublished Spitsbergen MSS., 

XV. 628*; XVI. 373 1 

Southern Andes : Orographical Sketch, 

XVI. 253 1 
Spitzbergen, VI. 99 1 

With ski and sledge over Arctic glaciers, 
XII. 216 1 

, and D. W. Freshfield; Future of 

the Alpine Club, XVII. 565 f 
"Conway" examinations in geography, 

II. 547 
Conwentz, H. : Ueber urwiichsige Eiben 
in . . . Deut«;hland, VIII. 647t ; Zur 
Verbreituug des Moschusochsen ... in 
Nordost-Gronland, XVIL 562 1 
Coode, J. 0., and W. Matthews: Dover 

Harbour Works, XVI. 363 1 
CVx)k, Capt. : discovery of Great Barrier 
Reef, II. 540; earliest monument to, 
435 ; monument, French, at Me'r^ville, 
IX. 226 ; in N. S. Wales, XVIII. 446 ; 
in Southern Ocean, III. 6 ; Memento 
of death, XVI. 691; Memorial of 
observation of Transit of Venus, 1769, 

XVII. 536 

Capt Cook and his first voyage: Sir 

H. W. Norman, VII. 336 1 
Life and voyages of: C. G. Gash, XVIII. 

342 1 
Illustrations of botany of Cx)ok*s voyage 

round the work! : Sir J. Banks and D. 

Solander, XVI. 254 1 
Journal during first journey ; ed. W. J. 

L. Wharton, II. 93 f 
Memorial in Tahiti, Photographs of : F. 

Homes, XX. 570 
On the tracks of : E. E. Morris, XIX. 

777 1 
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OOOIL 

and other islands, XYIII. 237 f ; Ethno- 
graphical studies of N. Greenland, II. 
312; People of the Farthest North, 
XIX. G60t; proposed Antarctic expedi- 
tion, III. 63 ; Through the first Antarctic 
night, XIV. 686 f ; XVI. 703 f 
Cook, J. M. ; obituary, XIII. 440 

, O.: Third Report of New York 

State Colonization Society, VII. 563 f; 
Who should go to Siberia ? IX. 239 f 
-, W. H. : Photographs of Alaska and 



Br. Columbia, XIX. 538 
Cook Archipelago, Annexation of, XVI. 

565 ; H. Greflfrath's account, VIII. 401 ; 

Report, 1899, XVI. 703 f ; Trade, XVII. 

79 
, Mt., or Aorangi, New Zealand, I. 

35 ; VII. 486, 500 ; First and second 

ascents of Aorangi, YI. 585 f 
Cooke, Ool. : Cadastral surveys, XV. 568 

: Coal crisis in Russia, XVI. 245 f 

, C. H.: Te Pito Te Henua . . . 

commonly called Easter I., XV. 670 f 
. J.: Handbook for travellers in 



Ireland, VIII. 415 1 ; XVI. 574 1 
Cool, W. : With the Dutch in the Bast, 

IX. 575 1; X. 98§ 
Coolgardie — 
Geological map : T. Blatchford and E. 

L. Ailhusen, XIV. 695 1 
Map of Gold Fields : A. J. Yogan, VII. 

688 1 ; of routes between, and Kim- 

berley : Hon. D. Carnegie, XI. 579 1 
Notes on Gold Fields: C. Chewiugs, 

YII. 682 1 
Coolidge, W. A. B. : Ball's Alpine Guide, 

XII. 320 1, 573 § 
Biography of Christian Aimer, XIY. 

689 1 
Catena della Levanna, XIX. 391 f 
Chatne du Mont Blanc Ik travers les 

slides, XX. 665 1 
Climbs in the Alps, 1865-1900 . . . 

XVII. 542 1 
Die deutschredenden Gemeinden im 

Grauen . . . Bunde (Bhatien) der 

Schweiz, III. 434 1 
Fluchthorn and its Neighbours, IX. 

547 1 
Guide to Range of the Todi, IV. 

187 1 
Haute-Engadine et le Brogaglia k 

travers les sibcles, V. 280 1 
Le'gendc du Mont Iseran, XIX. 381 f 
Letter on ascents of Ixtaocihuatl and 

Popocatepetl, YIII. 304 ; on Hanni- 

baVs pass, XIII. 448, 669 
Massif d'Ambin, IX. 675 1 

de Scolette, XII. 91 f 

Noms de licux dans la valle'e de Saas, 

X. 226 1 
Was ist eine "Erste Besteigung?" 

IV. 92 1 
Coolin Hills, Skye: W. Douglas on, XIII. 
427; Glaciated valleys in: A. Harker, 
XIV. 224 1 I 



OOftA 

Coon Bnite, Ariz. ; origin, YIII. 75 • 

Coonlev, Davenport, and Manoel : Photo- 
graphs of Bahamas, XIX. 589 

Cooper, A. J. : New theory of stability of 
s^ips, X. 656 1 

, L. O. : Pioneering on Beira rail- 
way, XYII. 92 1 

Cooper, I., Bering Sea, lY. 251 

Co-ordination en G^graphie, La : Lt. 
Drapeyron, XI. 461 1 

Coosa nver: F. G. Bromberg, XVIIL 
234t 

Coote, C. H. ; obituary, XIY. 99 ; Yoyago 
from Lisbon to India,1505-6,of AlbericuB 
Yespuocius, Y. 402 f 

Copais, Lake of, and its environs: A. 
Philippson, ID. 529 f 

Copan, Ruined city of: G. B. Gordon, 
XIII. 682 1 

and Quirigua, Graven glyphs of: 

M. H. Saville,YL393t 

Cope, E. D. : Formulation of the natural 
sciences, VII. 685 f; Geographical dis- 
tribution of Batrochia and Reptilia in 
N. America, IX. 342 1; Obituaries: P. 
Frazer and J. S. Kingsley, X. 843 1 

Copeland, R. : Austro-Hungarian map of 
Franz Joeef Land, IX. llOf; Besnoh 
auf der Insel Titioaoa, YI. 97 1: On 
revised map of Franz Josef Land, etc, 
X. 180 ♦ : (letter from A. M. Brioe), X. 
386 ; (Note : A. Supan), XI. 489 

Copeland, W. : Letter on Rhodesian art, 
XIY. 101 

Copenhagen — 
Capital of Denmark: Danish Tourist 

Society, XVI. 242 1 
Free port, Y. 484 ; Port-franc de Copen- 

hague : A. Ferriere, XIY. 576 1 
S0kaartB-Archivets . . . Kaartsamling, 
VII. 119 1 

Copernicus — Copemie et les d^oouvertes 
geographiques de son temps : A. 
Daubr^e, VII. 569 1 

Copland river and valley. New Zealand, 
VIL 489, 500 

C/opland-Crawford, P. W. G. ; journey 
from Niger delta to Benin river, Vlt. 
661 ; obituary, IX. 229 

Coppename expedition under L. Bakhuis, 
XYIII. 625 ; XIX. 758 ; XX. 656 

Copper and bronze in Cyprus, etc : J. L. 
Myres, XI. 192 t 

Copper river, Alaska, XIX. 610; as route 
to Yukon Basin: C. W. Hayes, XII. 
100 1 ; Delta : E. D. Preston, XY. 440 f ; 
of Alaska : G. Davidson, XIX. 778 1 

L, Kamchatka, IX. 323 

Coppermine river, N. Canada, XYIII. 254 

Cx)quilhat, Capt. : Monument to, YII. 557 

Cora, G. : Africa a base fisica, XIX. 245 f ; 
America sud a base fisica, XIX. 247 f ; 
Die Zigeuner, IX. 583 f ; Earopa a base 
fisica, IX. 118 ; II territorio contestato 
tra la Venezuela o la Guiana Inglese, 
IX. 108 1 ; Nel Montenegro, XX. 240 f ; 



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OORAL 

resignation of profeworabip of geo- 
graphy, XI. 185 ; Spedizione Artica di 
Fridtjof Nansen, XIX. 405 f; Spedi- 
zioni di R. E. Peary nella Groenlandia 
Noid, V. 92 1 
Coral formations — 
Atolls, broadening of, C. Hedley on, 

XL 573 1, 674 §; foundations of: W. 

J. L. Wharton, IX. 582 f 
Boring, etc., on Fnnafati, VIIL 642; 

IX. 562 : X. 217 ; XI. 50 ; XU. 616 ; 

at Fiji, Xm. 199 
Coral forms on Macclesfield Bank, Y. 74 
mud of deep-sea deposits, XIX. 

693, 698, 711 

reefs, origin, XIII. 35 ; structure. 



OOBVST 



II. 544 ; in Fiji, A. Agassiz's examina- 
tion, XII. 525; in Maldives (o.v.), 
Agassiz on, XIX. 480 * ; Do., Garolner 
on, XIX. 277*; Pacific, VL 328; 
Btructure of. Report: W. J. Sollas, 
IX. 580 1 ; Neuere Forsohungen uber 
die Korallenriffe : R. Langenbeck, 
XL 321 1 
Corballis, J. : Topography made easy, XL 

205 1 

Corbeiller, E. le : Ija question Jean 
Cousin, Xni. 570 1, 663 § 

Corbett, J. £., and J. £. Drummond: 
Photographs of Spitzbergen, VII. 576 

, J. 8. : Drake and the Tudor navy, 

XL 527 §, 574 1 

Corcelle, J. : G^raphie du De'partcment 
de TAin, XYII. 443 f; Geographic et 
Tcducation nationals, XII. 547 f; 
Grottes du Jura mendional, YII. 438 f ; 
La Limnologie, XYII. 563 f: Michclet 
geographe, XII. 441 1 ; Tunnel du 
Himplon, XU. 202 f ; Turin et la yaUee 
d' Aoste, XIIL 210 f 

Coroovado river. Expedition under P. 
Kruger and E. Rethwich, XIL 415; 
Ueber die Erforsohung des Rio Corco- 
vado : P. Kruger, XIL 635 1 

Cordeiro, F. J. B. : Tropical hurricanes, 
XYI. 493 1 

, L. : Annotacoes historicas, XIY. 

689 1; Batalhas da India, IX. 467 f; 
Bibliographia do Centenario da India, 
XX. 123 1 ; Biography : F. J. Fcrreira 
do Amaial and Z. C. Pedroso, XIX. 
782 1; Descobertas e Desoobridores, I. 
91 1; Letter on Maskat, XL 187; O 
premio da Gama, XII. 219 1 ; O ultimo 
padrao do Diogo Cfto, IX. 114 f: 
obituary, XYIL 199 

Cordcmoy, C. de: Au Chill, XIL 214 f 

Cordcs, H. : XJebersichts-Skizze der 
Wasserstrassen West-China's, XY. 305 f 

Cordia Abyssinica, XY. 108 

Cordier, H. : BibUographie des ouvrages 
relatifs h Formose, YI. 486 1 ; Biography 
of O. Schefer, XIIL 220 1 ; Centenaire 
dc Barents, XII. 330 f ; Centenaire de 
Marco Polo, IX. 468 1 ; Centenaire dc 
Yasoo da Gama, XIL 330 1 ; Collection 



Charles Schefer, XIIL 220 f ; Descrip- 
tion d*un Atlas Sino-Coreen, YIII. 91 f ; 
Etablissements fran^ais dans TExtrfime- 
Orient, IX. 338 f; Etudes chinoises 
(1891-94), YL 486 f ; XY. 548 t ; 
Fragments d*uno Histoire des Etudes 
chinoises, YII. 338 f ; Histoire des 
Relations de la Chine avec les Puissances 
occidentales, f XYUL 548 ; XIX. 652 ; 
XX. 352 ; In Memoriam : Charles Floix, 
YU. 223 1; L'Extrfime Orient dans 
r Atlas Catalan, YI. 486 f ; Notice but 
H. C. Rawlinson, YIL 119 f; Un pre- 
curseur: Hyacinthe Hecquard, XYIU. 

460 1 
Cordillera (j§ee also Andes) — Sobre el 

verdadero significado de la palabra : 

R. A. Philippi, XII. 635 1 
Real, Bolivia, XIY. 15 ; action 

of rivers in, XIX. 16 ; mineral products, 

XIY. 18 ; flora of, XIY. 20. 32 ; geology, 

XIY. 31 ; Notes on map of : Sir M. 

Conway, XY. 528 ♦ 
Cordova — 

Alturas tomadas en la provincia de 
Cordoba : O. Doering, XIY. 584 1 

La Caenca del Yalle del Rio P en 
Cordoba : G. Bodenbender, lY. 378 f 

La insolacion en Cordoba : O. Docring, 

YL97t 

La Uamira al este de la sierra do 
Cordoba : G. Bodenbender 

Las manifestacionee del magnetismo 
terrcstre en la provincia do Cordoba : 
O. Doering, Y. 91 f 

Soto & Yilla Mercedes: O. Doering, 
XIY. 584 1 
Corea : see Korea 

Corcntyne river, Guiana, XYIL 355 
Coret, A. : Sur un appareil hydraulique 

. . . rotation de la terre, YIL 219 f 
Corfu— 

Corfou et les Corfiotes : A. de Clapai^de, 
XVL 361 1 

Wirthschaftsvorh'altnissc, XY. 434 f 
Corinth Canal, opening, II. 261 
, Gulf of, cable fractures in, X. 

271 
Corkagincy, Ancient settlement in S.W. 

of Barony of : R. A. 8. Macalister, XIY. 

333 1 
Cork Oak — Ueber die Korkeichc : E. A. 

Muller, XYIL 565 f ; XYIII. 220 § 
Cornell expedition to Greenland, YIII. 

643 
Cornell glacier. Margin of: R. S. Tarr, 

XL 205 1; Former extension of: Id., X. 

312 t 
Comer, W. : Mitla ; study of ancient ruins 

and remains, XYIL 451 f 
Comet, J. : A propos du re'cent tremble- 

ment de terre de la Belgique, YIII. 

646 1 ; Bassin de la Haiue, XX. 238 f ; 

Congo-Zambezi water-parting, Yiews on, 

XIX. 174; Country around Kimpesse, 

YII. 553 ; Evolution de la Sambrc et de 



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COBNETZ 

la Mcuso, XY. 432 f; Geolo^iBchen 
Erii^ebniBBe der Katanga Expedition, lY. 
189 1 ; Y. 171 § ; Do. (map), lY. 286 1 1 
Goological history of Congo basin, YIII. 
176 ; G^ologie da bassin du Congo, XI. 
197 t : XX. 557 f ; du Congo occidental, 
IX. 462 1; L'age de la Pierre dans le 
Congo occidental, XIII. 322 f ; Le sol 
da Katanga aa point de vne agricole, 
III. 347 1: Boohes du Mont Bandupoi 
et du Haut Uell^, XX. 657 1 ; Tanga- 
nika eat-il un ** Relicten-See " ? YIII. 
297 §, 417 1 ; Terrains anciens du 
Katanga, X. 121 f ; Travaux sur le 

Congo, XL 569 1 
Cornetz, Y. : Le Sahara tunisien, XII. 

210 1 

Comewall-Jones, B. J. : British merchant 
serrice, XIII. 329 1 

Gomiale, d'Obron et de PadriC, Grottes de : 
E. Boegan, XI. 87 1 

Cornish, C. J. : Outdoor life in Holland, 
X. 118 1 

, Y. : Award to, X YI. 1 17 ; Applica- 
tion of study of waves to geography, 
XYII. 681 t ; Cinematogtaphing the 
Severn bore, XIX. 52*; Desert sand- 
dunes bordering Nile delta, XY. 1 *, 
438 1 ; XYI. 250 f ; Formation des dunes 
de sable, XYI. 258 f; Formation of 
sand-dunes, IX. 278 ♦ ; (E. A. Floyer's 
notes on), XI. 559 ; Formation of wave 
surfaces in sand, XYII. 564 f ; Grading 
of Chesil Beach shingle, XIY. 578 1 ; 
Kumatology, XIII. 624 * ; remarks on 
**Plan of the earth and its causes," 
XIII. 250 ; on *' Sub-Oceanic physical 
features oflf coast of W. Europe," XIII. 
292; on ** Teaching of geography in 
relation to history," IX. 439; Sand- 
waves in tidal currents, XYIII. 170 ♦ ; 
Sea-beaches and sandbanks, XI. 528*, 
628 * ; XIL 329 1 ; Snow-waves, XYII. 
537 ; Do. and snow-drifts in Canada, 
XX. 137 * ; Waves : Lecture to young 
people, XIX. 380 

Comoide, La : A. Sanchez, YII. 567 1 

Comu, A. : Ph^nom^nes . . . dc Tatmo- 
sphere. YII. 568 f ; YIII. 423 f ; Physical 
phenomena of upper regions of atmo- 
sphere, XIIL 568 1 

Cornwall (see also Devon) — 

Earthquakes of, 1878 : C. Davison, XY. 

548 1 

Memorabilia, Ancient and modern : W. 
Colcnso, XYII. 672 1 

Murray's Handbook, II. 472 f 

Boman ingot of Cornish tin : F. Haver- 
fleld, XYIIL 104 1 

Beduced Ordnance Survey map : Bar- 
tholomew, IX. 585 
Corona and Coronet, narrative of Amherst 

eclipse expedition to Japan : M. L. Todd, 

XYI 592 t 
Coronado Expedition, 1540-42: G. P. 

Winship, X. 230 f : Expedition to 



, OOSXOOOITT 

Cibola or the « Seven Cities," XI. 71 
True route of Coronado's march : F. 8. 
Dellenbiugh, XI. 455 f, 552 § 
Coronas, J. : Actividad s^ismioa en el 
Archipelago Filipino, XYIL 89 t ; 
Erupcion del Yolcan Maydn, XIII. 
678 1: XIY. 92 §; Obeervatorio do 
Manila, El Bagnio del 8 de Septembre 

1900... XYIII. 326 1 
Correa, G. : Account of early French ex- 
peditions, XI. 81 
Correvon, H. : La vallee de Tourtemagno 

en Yalais, XYI. 695 1 
Corries, formation of, IV. 571 
Corsair, wreck of, off Tapntea, YI. 337 
Corsica — 
Corsica revisited: D. W. Frcshfield, 
Y. 395 1 

to Charing Cross, From : W. P. 

Dodge, IX. 689 t 
Etude anthropogeographiquc : F. 

Batzel, XIY. 453 1 ; XY. 58 §, 484 1 
Excursions en Corse: F. Noetinger, 

YIII. 306 1 ; XL 447 1 
Guides-Joanne ; Corse : P. Joanne, 

XIIL 87 1 
Korsische Stadte : F. Batzel, XIY. 

577 1 

Notes on recent visit: B. Bichardson, 
Y. 395 1 

Studies in : J. M. Barry, L 278 1 

Trade Bep., X YL 243 f 
Corstorphine, Dr.: Dwyka beds of the 

Karroo, XX. 630 ; Former Ice-age in S. 

Africa, XYIL 555 1 
Cortese, E. : Sulla forma di alcane Coste 

della Calabria, X. 451 1 
Corthell, E. L. : Delta of Mississippi, XIL 

100 1 ; Protection of shores against en- 
croachments of the sea, XL 449 f; 

Tampioo harbour works, YIII. 532 f ; 

Tehuan tepee ship railway, YII. 444 f 
Corti, S. : Le Provincie dltalia, II. 472 f ; 

lY. 185t; Y. 279t 
Coruisk, Loch, and the Coolin Hills, W. 
Douglas' explorations of, XIIL 427; 
Climbers' Camp at : W. Douglas, XIIL 

319 1 

Corunna; Trade Bep. XIY. 113t; XYI. 
245 1 

Corvara, Monte, cone-slopes of, X. 422 

Cory, C. B. : Birds of Eastern N. America, 
XY. .553 1 

Coryndoni B. T. : XYIL 130, 587; Ex- 
pedition to Lake Tanganyika, III. 425 ; 
remarks on ** Journeys in Linyanti 
region," XYIL 587 

Cosa, J. de la : Map of the World, 1500, 
I. 287; Map showing Cabot's dis- 
coveries, IX. 609, 616 ; Cosa y su Mapa- 
Mundi : Condo de las Navaa, YII. 683 f 

Cosmas, Christian topography of: J. W. 
McCrindle, XL 322 1 

Cosmogony — Kant's, ed. W. Hastie, XYIL 
681 1 : XYIII. 80 § ; Mathematical notes 
to rival theories of: Y. Fisher, XYIIL 



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008X0OBAPHI0AL 

647 1 ; yoQTellc thebrie coBmogoniqne : 

A. Dupanchel, VH. 220 f ; IX. 689 f ; 

XIV. 125 1 
Coemographical tractate in the Irish 

language : M. H. Close, XIX. 406 1 
Cosquer, R. da: De la bale d' Along k 

Qoang-Tch^ou-Wan en 1899, XYII. 

87t 
Cossn, A. : II concetto di geografia presso 

Strabonc, XV. 90 f; ^cerca antrono- 

geografica snll' isola di Sardegna, XL 

681 1 ; XVHL 227 f 
Costa, F. : Qoarto Centenario do dcscrobri- 

mento da India, IX. 460 1 
, G. da: Gaza, 1897-1898, XIV. 

682 1; XVL 350§; Notas para o Dio- 

cionario Chorographioo . . . de Mocam- 

bique, XIX. 108 1 
, J. de : A ilha de S. Vicente, VIII. 

417 1 
Costantini, G. C. : Come la geografia, nell' 

insegnamento elementare, etc., XVIII. 

242 1 
Costa Rica — 

Besuch bei den Goatosos in Costarica : 
K. Sapper, XV. 441 1 

Chirripo- und Talamanca-indianem von: 
K. Sapper, XV. 442 1, 669 

Costa Rica : G. E. Church, X. 56 ♦ 



B. Villafranca, X. 457 1 



Historical and geographical map : D. 

M. de Peralta, I. 95 f 
Interoocanic communication, XIX. 318, 

324 
Journeys in, K. Sapper's, XV. 284 ; H. 

Pittier's,!. 184t 
Mission fhtn9aise dans le Nord du: 

Baron Hulot, XVIII. 644 
Notes on geography of : P. de Fabrega, 

n. 475 1 
Primer ensayo de un mapa do lu declina- 

cion magnetica en Costa Rica: E. 

Pittier, XVIII. 336 f 
Railways, X. 75 
Republic of Costa Rica: J. B. Calvo, 

VII. 681 1 
Trade Rep., XVHL 644 f 

and Colombia — Boundary, X. 



57 ; XVI. 564 ; Arbitrage entre, XVHL 
list; Grenzstreit zwischen: £. Seler 
XVIL 324 1; Limites cntre: M. de 
Peralta, XVIL 94 1 ; Do. : F. Silvela, 
XV. 669 1 ; Los « Goographische Mit- 
teilungen" y la Frontera entre, XIX. 
109 1 ; Neue Gronze (map, Peterm. 
Mitt.), XVIL 569 1 

Coste, L. : Les transformations du Mont- 
pellier, etc., IIL529t 

Coetermans, Lieut. : Le District du 

Stanley-Pool, VI. 195 1 
Cota Indians of Mexico, VI. 431 
Cotagaita, river and town, Bolivia, III. 

118 
C6te d*Or, Cavernes de la : C. Drioton, X. 

546 1 ; Relief dans le department dc la : 

L. Collot, V. 604 1 



OOTIBAHT 

Cotes, A. R. : Westward from the Gk)lden 

Gate, XIX. 105 1 
Cotgpreave, A. : ContentsHSubject index to 

general and periodical literature, XL 

689 1 
Coto or Orejon Indians of Rio Napo, HI. 

482 
Cotopaxi volcano, Andes, XVIL 341 
Cotteau, E. ; biography, IX. 346 f 
Cotteswold Hills, Geological structure, II. 

527 : Limits, XVIII. 530 
Cottius, Le Boyaume de, etc.: R. Rev, 

XIII. 556 1 

Cotton, F. C. : Irrigation in India, XVL 

697t 

, Oapt. R., Spoon of, 11. 556 

Ootton — Cotton plant, its history, etc. : 
0. W. Dabney, IX. 847 1 ; Culture du 
coton dans le monde : A. Lederlin et L. 
Gallois, XII. 440 1; Report on clima- 
tology of: P. H. Mell, IL 187 f, 462 §; 
Production du coton dans le monde : V. 
Charlier-Tabur, XVHL 241 f ; trade in 
Manchuria, IV. 549; in Shan States, 

XIV. 390 

Cotton or Anglo-Saxon Map, XV. 131, 

133 
Cotton-tail, Geographical distribution of: 

O. Bang, VII. 334 1 
Cottrell, W. H. : Notes on mineral resources 

of Island of Milo, UL 55 
Couarde, G. : Skizze iiber Mayotte, XV. 

82 1 
Coubertin, Baron P. de : French view of 

the British Empire, XL 208 f ; Problem 

of Central Europe, XVHL 630 1 
Coucheron-Aamot, W. : 2500 kilometer 

opover Yangtse Kiang, VII. Ill f 
Coudenhove and Hoyos, Counts, Journey 

in Somaliland, IV. 363, 377 1 
Goudray, L. du: Madagascar . . . eoono- 

mique, XVL 251 f 
Coudray la Blanch^re: L*Am^nagement 

de I'eau . . . dans TAfrique ancicnne, 

XL 197 1 
Condrcau, H. : Aper9u general dcs Tumao 

Humac, II. 475 f; Chez nos Indions, 

. . . Guyanc fran9ai8e, IL 380 1; 

Coudreaus Schingilreise : K. von den 

Steinen, XIII. 95 f : obituary, XV. 290 ; 

Voyage au Tocantins- Araguaya, XL 

318. t; Voyage au Trombetas, XVL 

490 1 ; Voyage au XingtC, IX. 93 ; X. 

216 ; XIII. 457 f ; Voyage au Yamunda, 

XV. 84 1 ; Voyage entre Tocantins et 
Xingii, XIV. 230 1 

Coues, E. : Expeditions of Z. M. I'ikc to 
Headwaters of the Mississippi, VI I. 

444 1 
Coulin, H. L. : Apergu sur la topographic 

en Suisse, V. 87 f 
Coulman L, Antarctic, V. 588 ; XVIL 487 
Coupe de Jaujac, The : T. Anderson, 

XIX. 392 1 
Courant, M. : St^le chinoisc du royaume 

de Ko Kourye, XII. 430 f 



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ooiniBonr 

Coarboin, A. : Chez les Indiena, . . . 

B^joar dans PAmazoDie, Xyil. 679 f 
Cooronnel, Ck)mte de: Lc **Blae Book" 

. . . 8ur Fachoda, XIII. 92 f ; Notes 

snr le Maroo, XII. 98 1 
Courtanx, E. ; and F. Y. Guzman : Tratado 

de Geografia Commeroial, XVI. 591 f 
Courtellemont, G. ; visit to Mecca, V. 167 ; 

Voyage 2i la Meoqne, VI. 294 f, 485 f 
, Vandelet, and others : 

L'Indo-chine, etc., XIX. 524 f 
Coortet, EL: Notes snr Tamatave, XII. 

325 1 
Conrtnej, Hon. L. H. : Experiment in 

commercial expansion, XIII. 561 f; 

Jcyons's ooal question, XI. 309 f 
Conrtry, A. : Carte du Congo fran9ai8 et 

Hant Oubanghi, XIIL 102 f 
Conrty, F. : Climatoloj2:ie bordelaise de 

rannee 1899. . . XVIL544t: Regime 

de la temperature dans la Gironde, 

XVII. 206 1 
Cousin, J. : D. C. F. Dure, IV. 91 f ; La 

question Cousin : E. le Corbeiller, XIII. 

570, 663 § 
Coventry, early importance of, X. 526 
Coville, F. V. : Sage Plains of Oregon, 

IX. 241 1; WUlows of Alaska, XIX. 

108 1 
Cowan, M. D. ; biography : A. Miessler, 

VII. 389 1 
Cowen, E. W. : Across the Lapland Alps, 

XVIL318t 
Cowles, H. C. : Ecological relations of 

vegetation on Sand-dunes of Lake 

Michigan, XIV. 683 1. 668 §; Physio- 
. graphic ecology of Chicago, XIX. 235 f 
Cowper, H. 8. : Hill of the Graces, XI. 

94 1 ; Journey in Tripoli, VI. 384 ; Notes 

on a journey in Tarnuna and Gharian, 

VII. 150 » ; (Further notes), IX. 620 • ; 

Through Turkish Arabia, III. 347 1 
Cox, H. : United Kingdom and its trade, 

XX. 352 1 

, J. G. Snead : tee Snead Cox 

, P. Z. : Genealogies of the Bom&l, 

IX. 239 1; Overland journey from 
I'ersian gulf to Maskat, XX. 452 
. W. G. : Artesian Water-supply' of 



Australia, XIX. 560 ♦ ; Water Supply of 
Australia, XIX. 530 f 

Cozens-Hardy, W. H. : Ek'ction to geo- 
graphical studentship, 1. 854 ; Frontiers 
of Montenegro, VIII. 188 f; Investiga- 
tions in Montenegro and Albania, II. 
26, 484; Montenegro and its Border- 
lands, IV. 385 * ; Mountains of Mon- 
tenegro and Albania, VI. 292 1 

Crabtree, W. A. : Former Roman Catholic 
mission on Upper Nile, XIX. 232 f 

Cracow — Journey from Krakow to 
Coblentz : G. A. Cole and E. New, IV. 

84t 
Cradle Hole cave, Ireland, X. 502 
Crafts, H. A. : Irrigation engineering in 

Colorado, XI. 455 f 



GBEDHBB 

Crags and Craters . . . Be'union: W.D. 

Oliver, IX. 239 f 
Craigie, P. : Address to economic aeotion 

of British Ass., XVI. 705 f; Subjects 

discussed at International Btatistical 

Institute, XII. 220 f ; remarks on 

** Fragment of the Geography of 

England," XV. 376 
Craik, H. : Swift ; selections from his 

works, with life, etc, II. 382 f 
Crammer, H. : Bedding, foliation, and 

movement of glacier ice, XIX. 512 ; 

Eishohlen- una Windrohren^tndien, 

XIV. 345 1 
und B. Sieger : Unfersuohungen 

in den Otscherhohlen, XIV. 221 f 
Crampel, P. : E. Labroue, XVII. 218 f : 

Mission : A. Nebout, I. 470 1 
Crater Lake, Oregon, XI. 182 §, 202 f ; (J- 

8. Diller), IX. 579 f ; XIV. 841 f 
lakes north of Lake Nyasa: D. 

Kerr-Cross, V. 112* 

slopes and drainage, X. 479, 480 

types in Mexico and Guatemala : C. 



Sapper, IV. 67, 90 f 
Crau, La : A. Rainaud, I. 278 f 
Craufurd, C. H. : Jubaland Province, 

VIII, 652 1 ; Journey in Gosha, etc., IX. 

54 ♦ 
Craven district of Yorkshire, Limestone 

knolls of : J. E. Marr and J. R. Dakyns, 

XV. 78t ' 
Crawford, A. : Our troubles in Poena and 

Deccan, XL 31 2 f 
, D. : ('. African place-names, II. 

68; Photographs, Lake Mweru, XIV. 

352; of (jarcnganze country, etc., XII. 

112 1 : visit to lake Bangwoolo, XI. 180 ; 

to lake Mweru, IV. 460 

-, J. : Cerro Viejo and its volcanic 



cones, VII. 334 1 ; Hydrographic area of 
Rio Wauque in Nicaragua, II. 281 f 

J. M. : Industries of Russia, 



English translation. III. 158 f, 250 f 

-, R. F. : Food supply of U. K., 



XVI. 121 1, 220 § ; Notes on food supply 
of U. K., Belgium, etc., XV. 433 1 

Crawford Mappemonde reproductions : 
C. R. Beazley, XII. 575 § 

Crawshay, R. : Journeys in Angoni 
country, III. 59 ; Kikuyu : Notes on 
country, people, etc., XX. 24 ♦ 

Creat^h, B. P. : Wrecks and casualties in 
Indian waters, V. 403 1 ; XI. 451 1 

Creak, Capt. E.)W. : General bearings of 
magnetic observations, XL 104 f : Re- 
marks on " Southern Cross expedition," 
XVL 412 

Crease, J. F. : Oeuta and Gibraltar, XX. 
240 1 

Credner, H. : Armorika, XVIIL 631 1 

, R. : Das Eiszeit-Problem, XX. 

674 1; Evolution of the Baltic, VIL 
425 ; liSge, Gliederung, etc., der Insel 
Rugen, XVII. 206 f ; Reiseskizzen aus 
dem Ural und dem Kaukasus, XL 



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OBKS LAXB 

566 1; Bflgen, Eine IiuelBtndie, IL 
878 1: in. 96 f; Ueber das Colonulo- 
Plateao zam Grand OaSion, VII. 216 f; 
Ueber die EntatehDng der Oataee, YII. 
220 1 ; Ueber die geologiachen Wirkun- 
gen dee Windes^XIX. 582 1 : Ueber die 
Ofltsee nnd ihre Entstebung, YL 586 1 

Gree lake, N. Canada, lY. 487 

Oreecbbauow in Porbeok : W. H. Hudles- 
ton, XX. 351 1 

Creighton, Rt. Bey. M. ; on regional geo- 
graphy, IX. 565 ; Btory of some English 
shires, XII. 822 f 

Grepy, P. : Yingt ans de pr^idenoe de 
Soc. Geogr. de Lille. XYI. 132 1 

Creacent, A. : L'lle de Cnba, XI. 100 f 

Cretan insurgents. Amongst the: E. N. 
Sennett, XI. 565 t 

Crete^ 

Chretiens et Hnsnlmans dans Ttle 

Cr^te : £. Ardaillon, X. 225 f 
Cr^te, La: H. Haatteooanr, IX.336t 
Crete and the Cretans : E. Dillon, IX. 

677 1 
Cr^te antonome, La: E. H. Moguez, 

XI Y. 455 1 
CorreBpondenoe respecting affairs of, 

XIL 428 1; XIU. 452 1: XIY. 223 1 
Exploration of : D. G. Hogarth, XYII. 

545 
Kieta : O. Canstatt, IX. 677 f 
I/fle de Cr^te: A. de Ceuleneer, X. 

458 1; Do.: P. Combes, X. 453 1; 

Do. : E. Chambeyion, X. 548 f 
Maps — He de Cr^te (Servioe Geo. de 

r Armee), XYII. 684 1 : Insel Candia 

odcr Creta : Spratt, IX. 584 
Mission de MM. Ardaillon et Cayenx, 

XIX. 212 §, 523 1 
Rapports tectoniqaes entre la Gr^ce et 

la Crfete: L. Cayenx, XX. 350 1, 

450 § 
Report by H. M^ Commissioner, XIY. 

675 1 
With the International field force in: 

H. O. C. D. Simpson, XY. 661 1 
Cr§te-S^he, Les de'bftcles an glacier de : 

P. L. Mercanton, XY. 190 f 
Creyaiix, J. : Expedition on the Pilco- 

mayn, YII. 83 
Crimea — 
Crimea in 1854 and 1874 : Sir E. Wood, 

Y. 86t 
Highest summit in, I. 62 
In the Hannted Crimea: M. M. Nor- 
man, XYI. 363 1 
Sols de la Crimee: N. Bogoslowaky, 
XII 322 1 
Crisci moond, Italy, X. 427 
Crispin, E. S. : "Sndd" of White Nile, 

XX. 318* 
Croad, H. : Choma division of Mweru 

district, XI. 617 * 
Croatia — 
Meteorology jski odnosi na Sljemenu god : 
A. F. Gavazzi, UI. 248 f 



CBOiS-STAR 

Croatia — ootttinned. 

Orometrie des Lika-Cacka oder Ober- 
kroatischen Hoohlandes, etc. : K. 
Frani6, Y. 278 f 

Plitvioer Seen in Kroatien : F. Um- 
lanft, XII. 628 1 

Rainfall of : A. F. Gavazzl, III. 248 f 

Svioasee in Kroatien : H. von Hrani- 
lovi<S, XVII. 206 1 

Tornado at Novska, etc.: A. Mohoro- 
vioid, III. 435 1 

Constants of mean daily temperature 
in : A. F. Ga?azzi, III. 248 f 
Crooh^res, Histoire d*nn for^t commnnale : 

E. Picard, XY. 546 f 
Crofton, H. T. : Vestiges of village com- 
munities in England, lY. 58, 84 f 
Croglin gorge, Lake District, YII. 610 
OronAmhurst, Queensland, Great rains in : 

observations, I. 554 
Cromer, Ix>rd: Reports on Egypt and 

Sudan, XYL 102 ; XYIII. 328 f, 441 § 
Cromlechs in Co. Clare, Distribution of : 

T. J. Westropp, XL 309 f 
Crommelin, A. C. D. : Adaptation of Major 

Grant's method of predicting ocoulta- 

tions . . . XX. 362 f 
Cronau, R. : Amerika, . . . Entdeckung von 

der altesten bis auf die neueste Zeit, 

I. 377 1 
Crook, A. R. : Ascent of Mt. Orizaba, XX. 

670 1 
, H. T. : Orthography, etc, of names 

for national maps, XII. 383; XIY. 

691 1 ; Report ... on sale and distri- 
bution of Ordnance Survey maps, IX. 

348 1 

Crooke, W. : N.W. Provinces of India, 
X. 120 1 ; XL 663 § ; Do., Tribes, etc., 
X. 120 1 : Popular religion and folklore 
of N. India, lY. 187 1 

Crookes, Sir W. : Address, XIY. 346 f; 
Diamond mines of Kimberlev, IX. 
576 1 

Crooks, J. J.: Short history of Sierra 
licone, XYII. 677 f 

Crookshank, A. A. : Photographs of Kash- 
mir, XX. 477 1 ; Survey of Gohna land- 
slip, lY. 168 

Crosby, O. T. : Abyssinia, country and 
people, XYII. 552 1 ; Journey from Zeila 
to Khartum, XYIIL 46 ♦, 551 1 

-, W. O. : Geology of Boston basin, 



Y. 284 1 ; XYII. 557 1 

Cross, Cape ; C&o's padroes at, XYI. 633 

Cross river, S. Nigeria, XX. 88; Sir C. 
Macdonald's journey up. III. 142 

Crosse, W. H. : Black water fever, XIY. 
236 1 ; Medical notes for explorers, XIL 
331 1 ; Treatment of Malaria and Black- 
water fever, XIY. 125 1; remarks on 
'* Expedition to Borgu," YL 226 

Cross-staff, II. 175; Der Jakobstab: A. 
Schiick, IX lilt; Do. als Hilfsmittol 
geographischer Ortsbestimmung : S. 
Gunther, XL 572 f 

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0B08THWAIT 

Crofithwait, H. L. and £. Roberts: Tide- 
tables for Indian ports, ^XY, 192; 
XVII. 88 ; XX. 242 

Crotta, S. : Proflli batometrioi del laghi 
Briantei e del ]ago del Segrino, IV. 

469 1 
Crova et Hondaille : Determinations 
actinom^triqnes an Mont Blanc, IX. 

■ 244 t 

Crow, F. E. : English enterprise in Per- 
sia, IX. 287 1 

Crowfoot, J. W. : Survivals among Kap- 
padokian Kizilbash, XVIII. 326 f, 440 § 

Crowley's Ridge, Geographic develop- 
ment of : 0. F. Marbut, VII. 833 1 

Crowns glacier, Spitsbergen, XII. 141 

Crowther, H. : Holland, XII. 92 f 

Crowther, Cape, Franz Josef Land, XI. 
125 

Crow-wing Trail, The old: Hon. J. 
Sohnltz, IV. 878 1 

Croydon goldfleld, Queensland: W. H. 
Rands, XI. 456 1 

Crozet Is. — Notice snr les lies Marion et 
Crozet : G. Se-bille, XX. 123 f 

Crozier, Cape, 8. Victoria Land, XVII. 
491 

Orniksbank, E. : Early traders and trade 
routes, VIII. 311 f ; Journal of W. But- 
ler, VIIL 812 1; Memoir of do., IX. 

115 1 
, J. W. and A. M. : Umbrian 

towns, XIX. 894 f 
Cruls, L. : Climat du Bresil, IX. 108 f; 

Commission d*exploration du plateau 

central du Bresil, VIL 115 f 
Orummock Water, depth, etc., IV. 238 ; 

Survey, II. 548 ; VI. 68, 70, 162 ; origin, 

VIL 618 
Crust movements, G. Conte on, IX. 669 
of the globe and its disturbances: 

J. Lobley, XII. 439 1 

torsion. Origin of land-forms 



through : M. M. O. Gordon, XVL 457 • 
Crustal shortening. Estimates and causes 

of: C. R. Van Hise, XL 573 1 
Cryptobronchus japonicus, VIL 187 
Crypto-depressious of Europe, J. Cviji^ 

on,XX. 99§, 119t 
Crystallography. Use of Globe in study 

of: J. Y. Buchanan, VIIL 423 1 
CE&nki, Dr. : Korusmegye a XV-ik 

Sz&zadban, Szekfoglato Ertekoz^s, III. 

343 1 
Csober lake, Tatra, II. 257 
Cuba~ 

ArchsBology of: D. G. Brinton, XIII. 

324 1 

Bituminous deposits S. and E. of Car- 
denas : H. E. Peckham, XVIII. 554 f 

Bibliography (books and maps) : A. P. 
C. Griffin and P. L. Phillips, XII. 

327 1 
Census report, XVIL 453 1; XVIII. 
209*: Results: H. Gannett. XVI. 
491 1 



ovmr 

Cabftp— oonltmcad. 
ConmierGial Cuba : W. J. Clark, XIII. 

682 t 
Cuba : R. T. HUl, XIL 327 1 
and her struggle for freedom : F. 

Lee, XIL 215 1 

and Porto Rico, Topography, etc. : 



R. T. Hill, Xin. 325 1, 539 § 

— contre Espagne : E. J. Varona, 

IX. 465 1 

— , son avenir, XVIL 94 f 

und die Spanisohe Kolonisation : 



E. Boetticher, VIIL 193 1, 421 f 

Cuban insurrection: G. C. Musgrave, 
XII. 437 1 

Geography of : T. W. Vaughan and A. 
C. Spencer, XX. 360 f 

He de Cuba : A. Crescent, XL 100 f ; 
Do. : J. du Fief, X. 457 f 

Independence of: A. G. Pdrez, XIV. 
230 1 

Industrial Cuba: R. P. Porter, XIV. 
230t 

Insurrection Cubaine: G. Vasoo, XII. 
437 1 ; L'Insurreotion de Cuba, et les 
inter^ts de I'Espagne, IX. 343 f 

Island of Cuba: A. S. Bowan and M. 
M. Ramsey, XIL 636 f 

Maps — C'arte gene'rale de Hie de Cuba : 
V. M. Am^bile, X. 126 f ; Indexed 
pocket map (Rand, McNally and Co.), 
XIX. 246 1: Military Map (U.S. 
War Department), XIII. 574 1 ; Mili- 
tary telegraph lines ((JT. S. War De- 
partment), XIV. 239 1 

Mineral resources: R. Cabrera, XII. 

436 1 
Question Cubaine, La : V. M. Am^bile, 

IX. 683 1 
Santiago de Cuba : C. de Lassalle, XII. 

437 1 
Spaniards in : A. G. Perez, XIL 437 f 
Trade Rep., XVL 585 f : XIX. 110 f 
United States and Spain in, XII. 

437 t 
Cucalon, L : Factores que m&s ban con- 

tribuido 2t los descubnmientos geogrlifi- 

cos, XIX. 661 1 
Cuenoa ; Caminos romanos de la provincia 

de, por D. ^anta Maria: D. F. Ceello, 

XII. 94 1 
Cudnot, H. : Autour de Sainte-Croix (Jura 

Suisse), IX. 337 1 
Cuervo Marquez, C : Prehistoria y Viajes, 

IV. 284 1 
Cuestas, Drainage of: W. M. Davis, XV. 

302 1 
Cueva del Drach, Majorca, X. 510 ; Cueva 

del Drach k Majorque: E. A. Martel, 

XIIL 319 1 
Chignin, £. : L^heure et la longitude 

universelles, XIIL 459 1 ; XIV. 586 f 
Cuillin : see C<x)lin 
Cuinet, V.: Syrie, Liban et Palestine, 

XIL 209 1: XVIL 675 tr Turqnie 

d'Asie, 11. 379 1 ; HI. 252 1 ; IV. 86 f. 



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cvnzxo 

470t; V. 508t; VL582t; VIL281§; 

XVL 248 1 
Cuitieo lake, Mexico, YL 425 
Gulebra, Port, Corta Rloa, X. 61 
Coliacan riyer, suKar-mill on, YL 436 
Cnlin, 8.: Manoala, National game of 

Africa, X. 649 1 
Callam, J. E. : Climatology of Yalenda I., 

IX. 235t 
Cnllen, E. A. : Removal of Lytton rooks, 

Brisbane riyer, XYII. 213 1 
Cnllam medal awarded to Peary, IX. 224 
Cuma, Italy, X. 420 
Cumberland, C. S. : Sport on Pamirs and 

Tnrkistan steppes, YL 174 f 
Cumberland — ^Notes on grlaoier moraines 

in Cumberland and Westmoreland : W. 

Brockbank, YI. 482 f 

Bay, S. Georgia, XX. 407 

Plateau, Ky., U.S., XYII. 

589 
Cnndall, F. : Jamaica cartography, IX. 

683 1 ; Jamaica in past and present, YII. 

3S5t 
Canene : see Eunene 
Conba. J. G. da: Origin of Bombay, 

XYII. 446 1 ; Portuguese in S. Kanara, 

IX. 236 1 
Cnnningbam, Major : remarks on ^ Nupe 

and Ilorin," X. 372 ; on " Two years* 

tnyel in Uganda," etc., IX. 391 ; on 

" Yisit to N. Sudan," YIII. 355 
, Sir A. : Mahabodhi or 

Great Buddhist Temple, etc., II. 89 1 
D. : Estuary of the Tay, 



YIL not 



-, G. C. : Scheme for Imperial 
Federation, YII. 223 f 

-, Sir H. S. : Indian famines, 



IX. 575 1 
Ounow, H. : Die Yerwandtschafts-Organi- 

sationen der Australneger, lY. 379 1 
Cuny, C. : De Libreville an Cameroun, 

IX. 341 1 
^ L. : La conquSte du Toaat et le 

Maroo, XYIII. 551 1 
Cupet, Oapt.: Yoyages an Laos et ohez 

les Sauvages du sud-est de Tlndo- 

Chine, XYL 248 1, 473 § 
, Friquegnon, De Malglaive, et 

Seauve : Lido-Chine, carte de la Mission 

Pavie, XX. 677 1 
rnra4joa. Trade Rep., t XIII. 217 ; XIY. 

462 ; XYL 254 ; XYHI. 336 
Cureau, Dr.: Map of Upper Ubangi, 

XYII. 74 ; Surveys on Nile-Congo 

Watershed, XHL 69 
Curran, J. M. : Occurrence of precious 

stones in N. S. Wales, X. 652 f 
Currents : §ee Oceanography, and Rivers ; 

alio under specific oceans, seas, and 

rivers 
Currie & Co. : Castle Line Atlas of S. 

Africa, Y. 287 1 ; XL 210 1 
, P. W. : Ancient drainage at 

Niagara Falls, XYUL 642 f 



OVUIO 
Curtin, M. H. : Geographical definitions, 

XYL 260 1 
Curtis, G. C. : Model of seashore 

characteristics, XII. 489 f 
and J. Woodworth: Nantucket a 

morainal island, XIY. 340 1 
-, W. E.: Authentic letters of 



ColumbuSfYII. 877 f ; On pre-Columbian 
voyages to America, III. 350 f, 426; 
Road to BoUvia, XYI. 490 1; Yene- 
zuela, her government, etc, YII. 445 f ; 
IX. 580 1 

Curtius, E., and J. A. E^aupert : Earten 
von Attika, XYI. 496 f 

Curzon, Lord: Ancient monuments in 
India, XYL 577 f ; Journeys in Fr. 
Indo-China, IL 97*, 193 •; letter on 
etymology of Makran, YIL 557; on 
source of the Oxus, XIII. 441 ; medal 
awarded to, Y. 572 ; Pamirs and source 
of the Oxus, YnL 15», 97*, 289»; 
Problems of the Far East, Y. 281 1 ; 
Recent journey in Afghanistan, YIII. 
308 1; remarks on "Chitral, Hnnza, 
and Hindu Kush," Y. 424; on 
''Joumeyings in Pamirs and C. Asia," 
II. 401; on receiving Patron's medal, 
YL 72; visit to source of the Oxus, lY. 
563 

Cushing, F. H. : Exploration of ancient 
. . . remains . . . Florida, XL 201 f ; 
on Cis-Salwin States, YII. 590 

Cuspate Forelands: F. P. Gulliver. X. 
554 1; Do., wave-formed: R. S. Tarr, 
Xn. 97 t 

Cussec : Les micro-organismes de la mer, 
XIIL 686 1 

Cussen, L. : Notes on Tongariro-Ruapehu 
volcanoes, I. 570 f 

Cust, R. N. : Africa in 1897, X. 649 1 : 
African philology to 1893, U. 563 1; 
Linguistic and oriental essays, YI. 587 1 ; 
XII. 106 1 ; on election of ladies, I. 79 ; 
Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain 
and Ireland, XIX. 663 1 

Cntoh, Sand-dunes in, IX. 805; Super- 
ficial deposits in : J. F. Blake, X. 119 1 

Guttriss, 8. W. : Notes on oaves of York- 
shire, XII. 626 1 ; XIY. 658 ; XY. 78 1 

Cuvier, M. : Essay on theory of the earth ; 
tr8.R. Kerr, IL 383 1 

Cuyabi, S. America, XII. 392 

Cuylenburg, J. van: Map of Singapore 
dependencies, XIX. 786 f 

Cuynni : tee Kuyuni 

Cvijid, J.: Das Rila-Gebirge und seine 
ehemalige Yergletschemng, XIIL 87 1, 
427 §; Die Macedonischen Seen, XYI. 
246 1 ; Explorations of Scutari lake, 
XIX. 211: Forschungsreison auf der 
Balkan-Halbinsel, XX. 238 f; Karat- 
Phenomena, ni. 321 § ; La forme de la 
peninsnle des Balkans, XYIL 84t ; La 
grando grotte de Douboca, YIL 439 ; La 
periode glaciaire dans la peninsnle des 
Balkans, XYL 483 f; Les Orypto- 



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GENERAL IXDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



CTOLABSS 

d^prdflflions de TEnrope, XX. 99 §, 
119 1: MorphologfiBche und glaciale 
Btndien ana Boenien, der Her9egOYina 
und Montenegro, XVI. 483 1 ; on poljes 
in Karat district, XX. 429 ; on snow- 
line in Balkans during glaoial epoch, 
XIII. 655; on structure of Balkan 

* penins. : K. Peucker, XIX. 735 ; Be- 
searohes in Balkin penins., IX. 87 ; in 
Macedonia, XV. 417 ; XVL 215 ♦ 

Cyclades — Qeologisohe Karte der Ky- 
kladen: A. Philippson, XVIH. 245 1: 
Trade Rep., f XII. 537 ; XVL 244 ; 
XVIIL 547 

Cycle of Oathay, or China 8. and N. : W. 
Martin, IX. 104 f 

Cycling and local geography, W. T. 
Arnold on. III. 147 

Cyclones— 
Combinaiaon des effets des revelations 
synodique et tropique de la Lune : A. 
Poinoar^, XVI. 493 f 
Hann's observations on, VI. 82 
Orkane des Nordatlantisohen Ozeans, 

etc., XV. 87 1 
Tropical hurricanes : F. J. B. Cordeiro, 

XVI. 493 1 
Ueber den Oenauigkeitsgrad der 
Bahnbestimmung : K. Knipping, 
XIV. 233 1 
Cynopithecus of Celebes, VIII. 387 
Cythera — Die Insel Kythera: R. Leon- 
hard, XIV. 223 1 
Cythnus — Ltle de Kythnos : H. Hautte- 

coBur, XI. 449 1 
Cyprus — 
Agriculture, Report: P. Gennadius, 

XIV. 455 1 
Annual reports, XIL 537 f; XIV. 

455 t 
Au9 C'ypom : E. Oberhummer, I. 565 1 
Bibliography of: C. D. Cobham, IV. 

187 1; XVIL546t 
Copper and bronze in : J. L. Myres, 

XL192t 
Cypom yon heute: V. Mass, XVII. 

444 1 
Cyprus, actual and possible : P. Geddes, 

X. 118t 
and its possibilities : C. 

Christian, IX. 574 1 

and its resouroes : J. E. Mayro- 



gordato, V. 281 1 

of to-day, XVIIL 547 1 



Development of : Pyler, XIV. lllf 
Excavations in : A. S. Murray, XV. 

294 1 
Journey in : D. G. Prinsep, XVII. 

444 1 
Larnaoa, Description of Salt Lake of: 
C. V. Bellamy, XVIL 189 §, 318 f; 
Halzsec von Lamaca auf Cvpem : V. 

Maaa, XVIII. 103t 
Lllo dp (^hypre : C. Enlart, XL 88 1 
L*l8ola di Cipro : K. Desohamps, XII. 

322 1 



DAGHBSTAV 

Cypms — cotUinuefl, 
Medinval architecture of: J. Bilflon, 

XV. 434 1 
MyceniBau Cyprus as illuatraied in 

British Museum excavations : A. J. 

Evans, XVIIL 322 1 
Quinze mois ik I'tlo de Chypre : E. 

Deschanip6,XL88t 
Reise auf Cypem : E. Deschampa, XL 

681 1 
Topographia tes insou Knprou . . . : G. 

M. Konstantinidos, 11. 472 f 

Winter Pilgrimage : H. Rider Haggard, 

XIX. 242 1 

Cyrenaica — 

Besuch in Bengasi: H. Grothe, VIII. 

532 1 

H. Weld Blundell's journey in, V. liiS 

Pentapole Cyren^enne et la colon isa- 

tion: A. Rainaud, VIL 113 f 

Cyzicus, Mysia, IX. 158, 166 

Czekanovski, A. L. ; expeditions in E. 

Siberia, XIL 412 

Czink, L. : Arbe. Isola dalmata nel 

Quamero, V. 394 1 .* Isola dalmata, 

XVIL 671 1 ; iBola nel Quarnero, VIL 

560 1; Lussino, isola dell* Istria, XIX. 

765 1 
Czirbusz, G. : Am Ozemya-See, XVI. 
571 1 ; Jara-Thal und seine Bewohner, 
VII. 561 1; Entstehung der nngnr- 
ischen Tieflandes, XX. 99 §, 120 f 



Da : for names so prefixed, see under 

specific names 
Daalen, Van : Journey across Sumatra, 

XIX. 6,S5 
Dabasien mt., E. Africa, IX. 183 
Dabnev, C. W. : Cotton plant, its history, 

etc.,*IX. 347 1 
Dabus river, Abyssinia, XV. 115 
Dachstein-^Chronologischen Umfang des 
Dacbstein-Kalkes : E. von Mojsisovics, 
X. 451 1 ; Vollendnng des Dachstein- 
werkes von F. Simony : A. you Bohm, 

VIIL 305t 
Dacia — Recherches topographiques sar la 

Dacic: G. Teglis, V. 504 f; Route 

inconnue en Dacie du g^ographe do 

Ravenna : J. Omstein, XII. 640 f 
Dadelszen, £. J. von : Xew Zealand 

official year book, fHI- 163; V. 285; 

VIL 336; X. 123; XL 320; XUL 458; 

XV. 300 ; XVIL 454 
Dads town and river, Morocco, V. 325 
Daendols-Raffles : L. van Deventer, VI. 

200 1, 396 1 
Daemme Vand, glacier lake, Norway : A. 

F. Mockler-Ferryman, IV. 524 ♦ 
Daghestan mts., XIV. 660; Russian ex- 
plorations, XVIIL 618 

Der Xordfuss des Daghestan : G. Radde 
und E. Koenig, VIL .327 f 



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BAGHE8TAH 
Dagheetan mts. — continueth 

Journey to: N. Andriuoff, XVIII. 633 f 
Pastuchoy's visit to, etc. : H. von 
fieidlitz, III. 249 1 
Dagomba territory, W. Africa, VII. 97 
Dahl, F. : Verbreitung: der Tliiere uuf 

hoher See, XII. 329t 
, J. : Erindringer . . . i Svd-afrika, 

XIII. 4o5 1 

-, K. : Ovemigt over ** Den Dahlaakc 



Kxpedition,"IX. 46ot 

-, O. : Botaniske undera'tgelser i 



Siindfjords og Nordfjords, XIII. 556 f ; 
Plantegeogratiske undergogeleer i ydrc 
Sondmorc, IX. 685 f 
Dahlak I., Inscriptions on : K. Basset, II. 

186 1 
Duhlgren, E. W. : De franska sjofardema 
till ticklerhafvct i borjan af 18c seklet, 
XVIL 217 t 
Dahomey — 

A travers le Dahomey: K. P. Martin, 

IX. 340 1 
Au Dahomey : A. L. d* Albeca, IV. 677 1 
Au Sahara francais par le : Toutee, 

VU. 442 1 
Avenir du Dahomey : A. L. d' Albeca, V. 

283t ■ 
Dahome, land och folk : A. U. de 

Pomian, VII. 563 f 
, Niger, Tonarcg: Toute'e, IX. 

463 t,X. 177 § 

•, resaources economiques et 



avenir commercial : G. Borelli, XVI. 

368t 

Exposition Uniyersolle de 1900. Da- 
homey et Dependances : L. Brunet 
et L. Giethlen, XVII. 322 f 

Frontier, Dahomc-Togoland, Delimita- 
tion, XV. 281 ; Delimitation de 
f ronti^re an Dahomey : Pie', IX. 340 1 

Geographical, etc., notice on : E. 
Lambinet, II. 474 f 

Hinterhvnd of, French expedition in, 
VI. 281 ; Mission Baud-Vermcersch 
au Gourma: G. Demanchc, XIL 

211 1 
Land und Lcute in : Barth, III. 347 f 
Notice sur le : J. Fonssagrives, XVI. 

699 1 
Onze mois an Dahomey: A. Tinayro, 

VL 296 1 
Kaiiway — Chemin de fer du Dahomey, 

XVIII. 109 1; XIX. 527 1 
Trade Bep., XVIII. 639 f 
Daibcr, A.: Anstralien und Siidseefahrt, 

XIX. 776 t 
Daiho, E. Africa, II. 534 
Dai-Nippon, le Japon : I. Hitomi, XVII. 

88 1 
Daily Telegraph expedition in C. Africa, 

XVI. 331, 558 
Daimolipeak, Somaliland, XI. 36 
Dainelli, G. : II Monte Promina in Dal- 

mazia, XVIII. 546 f ; Stato attualc dei 

ghiacclai del Monte Bosa, XIX. 522 f 



BALL 

Daircaux, C. : Be'publiquo Argentine, De- 
couvertes geographiqaes dans, XVIII. 
643 1; do., Evolution eoonomique et 
Bociale, XVIII. 235 1; do., progres de 
la geographic economiquc de, XVII. 

557 1 
Dairy industry in the (Colonies : S. Lowe, 

IX. 687 1 
Daish, W. : Melbourne to Tokio, XVI. 

486 1 
Dakar, Senegal, VII. 314 ; Dakar au Cap 

Jubv, VII. 443 1 ; Port de : H. Terqucm, 

XIII. 92 1 
Daklian : see Dcccan 
Dakhilah or Dakhla Oasis, Libyan Desert, 

XVI. 655 ; Its topography, etc. : H. J. 

BeadneU, XVIII. 621 §, 689 1 
Dakolofe, W. Africa; altitude,. X. 394 
Dakota, N. and S. — 

Artesian Waters of a portion of the 
Dakotas: N. H. Darton, XL 317 f 

Bad Lands of S. Dakota : N. H. Darton, 
XIV. 684 1 

Caverne de Cristal, La : L. A. Owen, 
XJ V. 229 1 

Climatic Features of the Two Dakotas : 
J. P. Finley, III. 73 1, 253 1 

Dakota-English dictionary : S. B. Biggs, 
L 568 1 

Dakota Grammar, Texts and Ethno- 
graphy : S. B. Biggs, VI. 197 f 

Geothermal data from deep Artesian 
wells in : N. H. Darton, XI. 570 f 

Moraines of S. Dakota : J. E. Todd, 
XVI. 584 1 

Well-boring and irrigation in Eastern 

S. Dakota: N. H. Darton, XIV. 341 1 

Dakyns, J. B. : Some Snowdon tarns, XV. 

662 1, 530 § 
Dal * tee N^esla 

Dalaku, Persian Gulf, IX. 312 
D'Albaigne, F. et A. : E. T. Hamy, VII. 

222 1 ; Nouveaux documents sur Iva 

frferos D'Albaigne, etc.: Id., XVIII. 

343 1 
D*Albe'ca, A. L. : L'avenir da Dahomey, 

V. 283 1 
D'Albertis, E. A. : Come la navigazione 

. . . possa contribuire alio studio . . . dei 

mari, etc., V. 397 f 
, L. M., e sua opera seientifica : 

A. Mochi, XIX. 662 f ; obituary, XVIII. 

629 
Dale, T. N. : Slate belt of E. New York 

and W. Vermont, XVI. 371 f ; see Pum- 

pelly, B. 
Dalgleish, W. H. : Ashanti and Gold 

Coast, VII. 215 1 
, W. S. : Notes on Franklin's 

Arctic explorations, VI. 586 f 
Dall, W. H. : Alaska as it was and is, 

1865-95, VII. 383 f ; Coal and lignite 

of Alaska, XI. 316 1; Future of Yukon 

goldfields, XIL 213 f; Geographical 

notes in Alaska, VIIL 190 f; "Jean- 

nette " relics, VII. 566 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



DALLMXYEB 

Dallmeyer, T. R. : Telephotography, XV. 

676 1 ; Telephotographio lens, I. 367 
Dalma I., Persian Gulf, XIX. 55 
Dalmatia — 
Arbe, Isola dalmata nel Quarnero: L. 

Czink, V. 394 1 
Croisi^re ear lea cotes de Dalmatie : A. 

Robin, XVIII. 631 f 
Dalmatian Alps, M. MarteFs subter- 
ranean explorations in, IV. 60 
Dalmatien : R. Havass, XIV. 110 f 
Excursion in: W. M. Davis, XVII. 

542 1 
Isola dalmata : L. Czink, XVII. 671 f 
Kerka riyer in: A. F. Gavazzi, III. 

249 1 
Lake Vrana in : A. F. Gavazzi, III. 

249 1 
Monte Promina in Dalmazia : G. 

Dainelli, XVIII. 546 f 
Wirthschaftliche Lage Dalmatiens : E. 
Gelcich,V. 178 f 

Dalorto, A.: Biography: A. Magnaghi, 
XI. 460 1; Carta nautica costruito nel 
1325 : A. Magnaghi, Xni. 203 §, 570 1 ; 
Mappamondo del genovese A. de 
Dalorto : Id., XVIII. 241 1 

Dal Piaz, G. : Grotte e fenomeni carsici 
del Bellunese, XVI. 571 1 

Dalton, J. C. : on orthography of geo- 
graphical names, 1. 431 ; Salmon fishing 
in E. Canada, XI. 685 f; Spelling of 
Egyptian names. III. 504 * 

Dalton trail, Alaska, XII. 25 

D*Alviella, Cte. G. : Diflfe'renciation des 
soci^tes humaines, XX. 131 f ; Les 
Anglais, les Russes et les Chiuois sur 
le Toit du Monde, IV. 469 1 

Daly, C. P. : Controversv between Vene- 
zuela and Gt. Britain, VII. 566 f ; Have 
we a portrait of Columbus ? II. 283 1 ; 
obituary, XIV. 572 

Daly, R. A. : Expedition to I^brador, etc., 
XVII. 313: Geology of N.E. Coast of 
Labrador, XIX. 774 1; XX. 232 §: on 
asymmetrical river-deltas, XVIII. 
219; Physiography of Acadia, XVIII. 
535 §, 552 1 

Daly Lake, N. Canada, IV. 441 

Duma country, Nigeria, XIV. 635 

Damaraland, K. Dove on, IV. 271 : do., 
Reise im siidlichen : K. Dove, IX. 239 f ; 
Nama und Damara : H. von Francois, 

VIILSllt 
Damascus — 

Description de Damas : H. Saiivairc, 

VIII. 417 1 
Great Mosque of the Omeyades : R. P. 

Spiers, IX. 576 f 
Railway to. III. 59 
Reise von Damaskns nach Bardad : M. 

von Oppenhcim, VIII. 92 1; journey 

of M. von Oppenheim, VII. 548, 658 ; 

Rontenkarte, VII. 687 1 
Trade Rep., XIV. 582 f ; XX. 556 1 
Damian, J.: Uoohgebirgsseen und erlo- 



DAVmBS 

schene Secbecken um Sterzing, IV. 83 f ; 
Seenstudien (E. Alps), I. 186 f, H50 § ; 
do., Lago di Serraia, etc., XIV. 221 1 
Damkohler, E. : Bevolkernng des Dorfes 
Cattenstedt, XL 191 1; Bevolkerung 
des Harzgebietes, V. 179 1 ; ZurSprach- 
grenze um Aschersleben, VII. 107 1 
Dama I. and its Natives : P. W. Basseii- 

Smith,IIL 144§, 251t 
Damodim mts., Afghanistcui, IX. 408 
Dampier, W. ; Leben und Werke : P. 
Verbeek, XVI. 494 1 ; visit to ChristmaB 
I., XIII. 17 
Dampier I. — Erakar oder Dampier Insel : 
G. Kunze, IX. 109 1; Krakar und 
G'bagebag : O. Finsch und G. Kunze, 
VIII. 428 1 
Dana, J. D. : Biography, VI. 101 1 ; VII. 
222 1; as teacher of geology: O. C. 
Farrington, VI. 396 f; obituary, V. 
599 
Danckelman, A. von : Geographischcn 
Lage von Tabora, III. 439 f ; Hohenmes- 
sungcn von Dr. Esch in Elamenin, XIX. 
656 1 ; Inhaltsverzeichniss Mitthei- 
lungen . . . Deutschen Bchutzgebieien, 
XII. 220 t ; Kaiser- Wilhelms-Land 
Expedition, XIII. 218 1; Klima von 
Neu-Guinea, XVI. 255 f ; on H&rmattan 
wind, XIV. 445 ; Weitere Beitrage zur 
Klimatologie des Schutzgebietes von 
Kamerun, I. 183 f 
Danco, Lieut. : death of, XIII. 652 

, P. : Le Congo, IX. 576 1 

Danco Land, Antarctic, XVIII. 363, 369 
Dandafarra, W. Africa : altitude, X. 394 
Dandan-Uilik, ruins of, Takla-makan 

desert, XX. 594 
Dandushka barriers, Bokhara, XIV. 611 ; 
Die Barren der Dandnschka : W. R. 
Riokmers, XIV. 582 f 
Danga Bash : see Tashkurgan river 
Danger Is., Antarctic, II. 434; IV. 344; 

VII. 627 
Dang-la range, C. Asia, III. 371 
Daniel, J. : ohart of Spitsbergen, XVII. 

629 
Danneberg, R. : Ueber die fasten Aggre- 
. gatznstande des Wassers, XV. 672 f 
Dantec, Dr. le : Le paludisrae, sa pro- 

phlylaxie, XIX. 112 1 
D'Anty, P. B. : Relation d'un voyage . . . 

au sud de Semao, XIII. 559 f 
Dantz, Dr. : Geological explorations in 
Ger. E. Africa, XIV. 446; XVL 106; 
XX. 230 ; do., Ergebnisse der . . . Ex- 
pedition, XVL 250 1 
Danube, river (gee cdeo Ister) — 
Austrian shipping on, VI. 470 
Die Donau als Volkerweg: A. von 

Schweiger-Lerchenfeld, VII. 327 f 
Donau-Studien ; J. von Lorenz-Libnrnau, 

VII. 438 1 
Etats du Danube et des Balkans, Col- 
lection des Guides Joanne, VIII. 
410 1 



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D4HirBE 

Bannbe, nyer— continued. 
Felaen-lDsohriften der ICatarakte: G. 

Te'glia, VII. 107 1 
From Black Forest to Black Sea : F. D. 

Millett, I. 179 1 
Geschiebe dee Donaa-Gebietes : E. 

Fu^ger nnd K. Eaatner, VI. 292 1 
History of deyelopment : R. Hodl, V. 

270 § 
Iron Gates, Regulation of, VIIL 603; 
(B. de Gonda), I. 243 1, 278 1 : Ship 
Canal, VII. 544; Sprengung des 
Eisemen Thon, etc., M. von Eyth, 
XIX. 103 1 
Luor&rile ComisiuneS Europeane a Du- 

n&rel: D. A. Sturdza, XIV. 452 f 
Niedenohlagsmengen im Donauge* 

Mete : W. Trabert, III. 344 f 
Paddles and politics down the: P. 

Bigelow, I. 81 1 
Thalgeschichte der obersteu Donan : 
A. Penck, XVII. 84 1; der obersten 
Donaogebeites : R. Sieger, XVIII. 
102 1 
Trois fonts romaines an Bas-Danube: 

F. Milleker, XVIIl. 631 f 
Works for improving entrance : Voisin 
Bey, I. 563 1 
Danube-Oder canal, XVIII. 290 
Dan vers, F. C. : Agricnlture in Essex, X. 
454 1; Portuguese in India, V. 281 f ; 
. VI. 558 § ; Report on Portug. E. India 
records, IL 248 §; Review of Indian 
statistics, XVIII. 106 1 

, Sir J. ; obituary, XX. 663 

Danzanvilliers, P. : Reconnaissances geo- 
' logiques . . . du Djone, et da Niari, XL 
93 1 
Dapsang : se« Depsang 
Darab, Persia, VII. 26 
Dar-al-Baida District, Morocco; Trade 

Rep., VI. 80 § ; XV. 82 f ; XX. 558 f 
Darap^y, L. : Das Departement Taltal, 
XVL 702 1; XVIL 534 §; Puna de 
Ataoama, XV. 440 1, 538 § 
Darbishire and Stanford's map of the 

Thame8,iXX. 133 1 
Darohendo : iee Ta Chien Lu 
D*Arcis, A. : Les monts pisans, II. 184 f 
Dard valleys, XX. 578 
Dardanelles — 
Dardanelles and Bosphorus, currents, 
IV. 255 

and Aegean, Hydrography, 

in. 513 ♦ 
Esperienze eseguite negli Stretti dei 
Dardanelli, G. B. Magnaghi, V. 398 f 
Sailing directions, XVIII. 102 f 
Dardistan in 1866, 1886, and 1893, etc. 

G. W. Leitner. UI. 345 1 
Dar-es-Salaam, Ein Knltnrbild : A. Seidel, 
XIU. 92 1; railway, VIIL 176; road 
from KiloBsa, XI. 69 
Darfur, journey to: De la K^thulle, V. 

81 ; (and Nilis), VII. 428 
Dargai, Tirah, XU. 340 



I DAS 

Dargilan, Grotte de : G. OarM^re, X. 547 f 

Daria-i-Nimak, Persia, VII. 164 

Darjiling, N. India, XIX. 462, 473 
Besuch im Dardschiling, XIV. 579 1 
Place and river names in Sikkim and : 

L. A. Waddell, II. 562 f 
Tea-planting in: G. W. Christison, 
VIIL 309 t 

Darkash river, Persia, IV. 488 

Darkot Pass, Hindn Kush, VU. 91; 
VIIL 119 

Darlac, province laotiennc : C. M., XIX. 
769 1 

Darling Downs, Discovery, etc. : A. 
Morgan, XX. 562 f 

river, Australia, I. 241 ; Prelimi- 
nary survevs on: W, Poole, XVL 255 f 

Darma Yankti, Tibet, XV. 405 

Damey, La for^t: C. Guyot, XX. 666 1 

Darragon, L. : Etbiopie, XIL 209 f; Ex- 
ploration de I'Abyssinie meridionalc, 
XII. 77 §, 433 1 

Darrah, H. Z. : Sport in highlands of 
Kashmir, XL 567 1 

Darsonich tribe : see Reshiat 

Dartmoor, Past and Present of a bit of : 
H. J. Lowe, XX. 553 f 

Darton, N. H. : Artesian waters of the 
Dakotas, XL 317 f ; Artesian well pny- 
spects in Atlantic . . . region, XL 316 f ; 
Bad Lands of S. Dakota, XIV. 684 f : 
Catalogue N. American geology, XL 
317 1; Geography of Washington, XII. 
436 1 : Geology and water rosouroes of 
Nebraska, XVI. 371 1 ; Geothermal data 
from deep artesian wells in Dakotas, 
XL 570 1 ; On structure of Shawangunk 
mt. New York, III. 427 §, 440 f 

Darwaza-i-Nadir, Persia, XIX. 150 

Darwin, C. ; on Patagonia, XIV. 369, 372, 
375 ; Theory of coral reef formation, IL 
542 

Darwin, G. H. : Ebbe und Flut . . . im 
Sonnensystem, XX. 564 1 ; on main geo- 
graphical lines, XIII. 229 ; remarks on 
** Christmas I.,*' XIIL 39; on "Sea- 
beaches and sandbanks," XL 649; 
Tides and kindred phenomena in the 
solar system, XIIL 219 1» 630 §; small 
vertical movements of a stone, XVIII. 

342 1 

, L. : British expansion in W. 

• Africa, XV. 83; review of "Inter- 
national Geography," XIV. 656 ; Rail- 
ways in Africa, VIIL 488 ♦, 651 • ; re- 
marks on "Hausa Territories," VIIL 
219 

glacier, Mt. Kenya, IV. 420 

mts., Tierra de Fnego, XVIIL 360 

Darwinism, Illustrations of: Sir W. 

BuUer, VL99t 
Das, S. Chandra: Ancient geography of 
Asia, XIIL 452 f ; Antiquity of Chitta- 
gong, XIL 431 1; Identity of the 
Tsang-po of Tibet with the Dihong, 
XII. 430 1 : Legends and miracles of 



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DA80VSA 

Btiddha, XIIL 571 f ; Travels on Shorea 
of Lake Yamdo-Cioft, XIIL 453 f. 
visit to Lhasa, XVIII. 605 ; XX. 554 f, 
640 § 

Dascusa, Euphrates; position, VIII. 466 

Dasgirdun, Persia, VU. 40 ; altitude, VII. 
166 

l)ashi-kul, lake, C. Asia, IX. 550 

Dasht-i-Kavir, Persia, VIL |34, 36, 165 ; 
X. 570, 578, 697 

Dasht-i-Lut, Persia, X. 570, 578, 597 

Dasht-i-Mirza, Murad, VIU. 116 

Dashwood, R. L. : French in Newfound- 
laud, XV. 299 1 
Daayures" of Tasmania, IV. 33 

Date-line in the Pacitic, A. M. W. Down- 
ing on, XV. 415 1 ; Where a day is lost 
or gained: B. E. Smith, XV. 87 1; 
Where does the day begin? F. H. 
Holmes, XIV. 461 f ; Where the day 
changes : W. Downing, XVI. 587 1 

Date-palm cultivation, X. 222; of Siwa, 
X. 602; Tafilet, V. 333; Tunis, XL 
605 

Dati— 
Handteckningcr i gamla hnndskriftcr 
af Datis La Sfera: A. E. Nordcn- 
skiold, XVI. 132 f 

Daua river, Bomaliland, VIII. 133 

Daubler, K. : Acclimatisation . . . der 
Tropenbewohner, VII. 339 f; Anlage 
von Hohensanatoricn in den Tropen, 
XV. 558 1 ; Tropenpathologie, IX. 349 1 

Daubr^, A. : Methode expe'rimontale . . . 
dans I'histoire des montagnes volca- 
niques, I. 283 f; Oeuvro soientifiqne 
de : S. Meunier, IX. 583 1 

DauU, P^re; on level of Lake Tangan- 
yika, XV. 66 

Daun, Wady, Tripoli, VII. 156 

Dauphine — 
Abimes du :iE. A. Martel, XII. 91 1 
Collection des Guides-Joanne : P. 

Joanne, XL 447 t 
Chemins dc transhumancc en . . . 
Dauphin^; J. Foumior, XVIII. 453 f 
Geomorphologie de Alpes dauphinoiscs : 

W. Kilian, XX. 666 f 
Toume'e d'un intendant dans le : P. do 
Marcheval et P. Guillcmin, XV. 6(J0 1 

Davey, R. : Glimpses of Havana, XII. 
215 1; Stamboul, Old and New, VIL 

440 t 

David, Mrs. E. : Funafuti, XIIL 567 1, 
663 § 

, T. W. E. : Artesian water in 

N. 6. Wales and Queensland, IV. 379 1 ; 
Structure, etc., of the Blue mts.,XL 102 1 

, W. F. iSmceth, and 

J. A. Schofield: Antarctic rocks col- 
lected by C. E. Borchgrevink, IX. 110 f 

Davidson, G. : Copper river of Alaska, 
XIX. 773 t ; Discovery of San Diego 
Bay, I. 470 1; Early voyages along 
N. W. coast of America, III. 333 §, 848 1 ; 
Eruption of v<dcano Weniaminof in 



SA7I8 

Alaska, I. 567 1 : In Memoriam, T. £. 

Slevin, VI. 397 f ; Letter, on Philippine 

Is., XIIL 669 ; Lynn C^anai and Taiya 

Inlet, Alaska, XV. 667 f ; on name of 

Cane Nome, XIX. 92; Submerged 

valleys off coast of California, X. 456 f : 

XL 552 §; Voyages of Bering and 

Chirikof, XIX. 756 §, 774 f 
Davidson, J. : Notes on Bashgati (Kafir 

language), XX. 667 1 
Davies, A. M. : Geography of Greater 

London, XVIL 672 f; XIX. 767 f; 

XX. 852 1 ; remarks on ** Teaching of 

geography," XIX. 82 , 
Davies' drawing of Ormus in 1627 . . . 

IV. 160 
Davis, A. P. : Hydrography of Nicaragua, 

XIX. 403 1; Kansas river, VIIL 312 1; 

Nicaragua and Isthmian routes, XIV. 

462 1; Stream measurements, XIV. 

341 1 ; Water Supply for Nicaragua 

Canal, XVI. 585 1 
, C. A. : A remarkable Marl lake, 

XVIII. 93 1 

-, J. ; Forgotten voyage of : W. 



Foster, IL 146* 

, Hon. N. D.: Early English 

colonies in Trinidad, XL 101 f 

, P. L. H. : « Chronometer" tables. 



XVI. 587 1 : Stars' and Sun's true bear- 
ings or Azimuth tables, XVI. 492 1 
-, B. H. : An American in Africa, 1. 



566 1 



-, W. M.— 



Age-terms for geographical description 

of land-surfaces, XI. 554 
Circulation of the atmosphere, XIV. 

586 1 
Current notes on physiography, VI. 82 § 
Development of English rivers, V. 127 * 
Diversion of drainage of English rivers, 

XX, 524 
Drainage of Cuestas, XV. 302 1 
Equipment of geographical laboratory, 

XII. 331 1 
Evolution of river-basins, X. 621 
Excursion in Bosnia, Her9egovina, and 

Dalmatia, XVIL 542 f 
Fault scarp in Lepinimts., Italy, XVIL 

545 t 
Field work in physical geography, XX. 

130 1 
Fresh-water Tertiarv formations i)f 

Rocky mt. region, XVI. 371 1 ; XVIL 

557 1 
Geographical cycle, XIV. 481 ♦ ; XIX. 

407 1 
Geography as a University subject, XL 

324 1 
Glacier Erosion in France, Switzerland, 

and Norway, XVIL 646 f ; in Valley 

of the Ticino, XVL 121 1 
Grand Canon of Colorado— Enseignc- 

ments dn Grand Canyon, XIX. 401 1 ; 

Excursion to, XVIIL 334 f, 624 §; 

Notes on district, XVIL 98 f 



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Davis, W. M. — conHntied, 

Uurvard geographical models, XL 322 f, 
554 

Home geography, IX. 687 1 

Improvement of geographical teaching, 
II. 273, 283 1 

Lakes and rivers of Laarentian High- 
lands, XVJL 678 f 

Large-scale maps as geographical illus- 
trations, VIII. 536 1 ; X. 550 1 

Local maps in American schools, YII. 
665 

Maps of Mississippi, XIX. 775 f 

^ Moodus Noises in Connecticut valley, 
XI. 301 

Obituary of J. D. Dana, V. 599 

Outline of Cape Cod, IX. 446 §, 464 f 

Peneplain, The, XIV. 344 1; La Pene'- 
plaine, XV. 89 f 

Physical geography in the University, 
IV. 473 1; V. 175 §; XIV. 183 § 

of S. Now England, 

XI. 201 1 

of the Lands, XVII. 

563 1 
Physiographic types, XIII. 686 1 
Plains of marine and subaerial denuda- 

dation, X. 554 f 
Practical exercises in geography, XVI. 

260 1 
Practical geography in schools, XII. 423 
Present trend of geog^phy, XL 208 1 
Quarries in lava beds at Meriden, VII. 

334t 
Selection of topographical maps for 

schools, XIII. 97 1 
Seine, Mouse, and Moselle, VIII. 410 1 ; 

La Seine, etc., VI. 519 f 
Speculation in topographical clima- 
tology, XL 105 1, 302 § 
State map of Connecticut as aid to study 

of Geography, VIII. 3l2t; do., Rhode 

I., VIII. 654 1 
Studies for students : Baseievel, grade 

and peneplain, XX. 130 f 
Terraces of Westfleld river, Mass., XX. 

670 1 
Theoretical geography (letter), VII. 557 
Topographic maps of U.S. Geological 

Survey, II. 91 f 
Triassic formation of Connecticut, XIII. 

681 1 
Un ezemple de plaine cotifere. XIII. 

460 1 
Use of geographical periodicals, X. 345 f 
Valines )i Meandres, XIII. 686 f 
Waves and tides, XII. 218 f 
Winds and ocean currents, X. 653 f; 

XL 321 1 

, and W. H. Snyder : Physical geo- 



*t\ 



DAWBOH 

tribntion of earthquakes in Japan, X. 
530 * ; Great Japanese earthquake of 
October 28, 1891 . . XVII. 635; Pem- 
broke earthquakes, X. 119 f; Rev. 
Osmond Fisher, XV. 446 1 ; Some minor 
British earthquakes, XVI. 121 f 

-, G. C. ; Capt. Younghusband on. 



II. 549 

Davos — Structure of Valley: A. V. Jen- 
nings, XII. 625 1; Nivale Flora der 
Landschaft : W. Schibler, XIII. 211 1 

Davy's Sound, N.E. Greenland, XVII. 55 

Dawkins, C. T. : Information concerning 
8. Rhodesia, XIV. 338 1 

, W. B. : Geology in relation to 

geography, IV. 381 1 ; Influence of Medi- 
terranean peoples in historic Britain, 
XIX. 395 1 ; Relation of geology to Engi- 
neering, Xni. 462 1 ; South-eastern coal- 
fields of England, XV. 190 f 

-, and B. Hobson : Physical geo- 



graphy, XIII. 460 1 
Davis' and Baffin's Bay, Difference in 

climate . . . of : R. S. Tarr, IX. 684 f; 

X. 442 § 
Davison, C. : Accessory shocks of the great 

Japanese earthquakes, IX. 460 f; Dis- 



graphy, XIII. 329 1 
Dawn of civilization. The: G. Maspero, 

V. 187 1 
of modem geography : C. R. Beazley, 

IX. 532 §, 686 1 ; XIX. 240 1, 498J 
Dawaso-necha, lake, N. Canada, XVIII. 

257 
Dawson, C. : Natural gas in Sussex, XII. 

626 1 
, G. M., biography : F. D. Adams, 

XVIIL242;t medals to, IX. 555 ; X. 

108 ; obituary, XVII. 438 
Are Boulder-clays of the Great Plains 

marine ? X. 121 f 
Biographical sketch: H. M. Ami, XX. 

465 1 
Economic minerals of Canada, XVI. 

489 1 
Geographical work of Geological Survey 

of Canada, V. 268 ♦ ; VII. 412 ♦ ; IX. 

276 
Geological record of Rocky mt. region 

in Canada, XVIII. Ill f 
Survey map of Canada, XIV. 

126 1 
Survev of Canada, reports, VI. 

392 1 ; VII. 679 f 
Geology of Middleton L, Alaska, and 

. . . Bering Sea, III. 439 1 
Glacial deposits of S.W. Alberta, VI. 

488 1 
Mammoth remains in Yukon district, 

in. 440 1 
Observations on Bering Sea, IV. 250 ♦ 
Physical geography and geologv of 

Canada, XL 200 1 
Recent explorations in Canada, X. 229 f 
Scientific investigation in Canada, V. 

90 1 

Secular climatic changes in Br. Colum- 
bia, XL 200 1 

ShuBwap people of Br. Columbia, I. 86 f 

Survevs in Manitoba and Br. Cblumbia, 
X. 628; in Yukon region, X. 631 

Unknown Areas of Canada, II. 496 



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BAWSOK. 

Dawson, Sir J. W. : Phyaical characters, 
etc., of Guanches of Canary Is., XI. 

197t 

, 8. E. : Canada and Newfound- 
land, Stanford's Compendium, XL 96 f, 
182 § ; Discovery of America by J. Cabot, 
etc., X. 456 1 ; Lines of demarcation of 
Pope Alexander, VI. XVL 494 1; Voy- 
ages of the Cabots, V. 284 f ; XXL 213 1, 
219 1; XIV. 235 1 

, Sir W., biography : P. D. Adams, 

XV. 303 1, 557 1 

, W. B. : Character, etc., of tides 

in Gulf and river of St. Lawrence, XII. 
213 1; Secondary tidal undulations . . . 
in region of Nova Scotia, XVI. 125 1 ; 
XVII. 451 1 ; Do., recorded by self- 
registering tide gauges, etc., VIII. 191 f ; 
Survey of tides and currents in Canadian 
waters, fV. 608; VI. 392; VU. 679; 
VIIL 418; X. 553; XIL 213; XIV. 
461 ; XVI. 582 ; XVU. 678 ; XX. 127 ; 
Tidal and current surveys in Canada, 
VIII. 72 

Dawson and Mackenzie rivers. Report on 
geology : B. Dunstan, XX. 361 1 

Dawson of to-day, The: F. F. Brown, 
XVII. 451 1 

Day, D. T. : Mineral resources of U.S., I. 
281 1 ; 11. 380 1 

Day — Where does the day begin ? F. H. 
Holmes, XIV. 461 1; Where the day 
changes : W. Downing, XVI. 687 1 : •«« 
Date-line 

Numbers, Independent, as used at . . . 

Cape of Good Hope, XVIII. 646 f 

Dayak : see Dyak 

Dayon Khan, I. 142 

Dc : for names with this prefix, see under 
specific names 

Deacon, G. F. : Vymwy works for water- 
supply of Liverpool, IX. 337 f 

Dead Sea — 
Autour de la Mer morte : L. Gautier, 

XVII. 90 1, 675 1 
Dead Sea, The : G. Hill, XVI. 555 §, 

679 1 ; Sir C. Wilson, XVI. 698 1 
Levels, Observations: E. Masterman, 

XX. 101§, 245t 
Mer Morte: L. Gautier, XIX. 654 f 
Shrinking, XV. 175 

Dcakin, Hon. A. : Irrigated India, I. 565 f 

Deane, H. : Economical railway construc- 
tion in N. S. Wales, XVII. 95 1; Sug- 
gestions for depicting . . . the character 
of seasons, etc., XVI. 588 f 

Dearmer, P. : Highways & byways in Nor- 
mandy, XVL 120 1 

Deasy, H. H. P. : Journeys in C. A8ia,VIII. 
296, 635 ; IX. 217 ; XL 544, 665 ; XII. 
311; XIIL 65, 628, 656; XIV. 660; 
XVL 141 ♦, 501 ♦: XVIL 208 1: in 
Tibet and Chinese Turkestan, XVII. 
763t ; XVIII. 526 § ; Journey to N. Tibet 
and Aksai Chin, XIII. 155 * ; letter on 
Khotan river, XIV. 461 f ; Photographs 



DBGLB 

of Kashmir, 11. 576; Portable mer- 
curial barometer, X. 203*; remarks on 
receiving medal, XVI. 115 ; Roof of the 
World, XVIL 673 f 

-, and A. Pike : Photographs of 



Pamir region, etc., XV. 562 
Death Valley, California : O. G. T. Carter, 

XX. 670 1 ; Note on Climate of : M. W. 

Harrington, I. 271, 281 f 
Debai, Oman, XIX. 56 
Debasien Mt, E. Africa, XIV. 135, 310 ; 

XIX. 17 
Debes: Neuer Handatla6,t II. 573; III. 

355 ; IV. 479 ; V. 408 ; XIIL 224 
Debo, lake, Upper Niger, VII. 98 
D^boisement des montagnes, Effets da: 

Guenot,VIL 117 f 
Debunja, W. Africa, rainfall. XV. 420; 

Regenmessungen in Debundja, XIV 

460 1 
Deburanx, M. : Projet de traversee du 

Sahara par ballon non monte', XIX. 

772 1 
Decante, C. : Determination de la position 

du navirc quand Thorizon n'est pas 

visible, XVII. 562 1 
Decazes, E. : Le Haut Oubangui, VIII. 

531 1 

Deccan, Trap, lU. 180; Villages, Study 
of, B. H. Paden-Powell, X. 119 f : 
Volcanic sheets, III. 193 

Dechy, M. de : Bergfahrten in den Alpen 
der Herzegowina, IV. 84 1 ; Biography, 
XIX. 534 1; explorations in Caucasus, 
XL 430; XIV. 660; Photographs of 
Caucasus, XIV. 469 

Decimal division (see also Hour) — of angles 
and time, resolution on, VIIL 294 ; Le 
temps decimal: J. de Rey-Pailhade, 
VIL 117 1: Rapport . . . Systfeme 
decimal ik la mesure du temps : L. 
Carri^re, XIL 105 1 

problem and its urgency : R. M. 

Walmsley,VL200t 

- watch constructed by Briscbard, 



XL 676, 677 

Deckert, E. : Amerika, allgemeine Landes- 
kunde, VIL 215 f; Betrachtungen iiber 
Westindien, VII. 335 1 ; Die Erdbeben 
. . . von Nord- Amerika, XX. 468 t ; 
Goldfelder von Klondike, XL 316 1; 
Hochketten des nordamerikanischcn 
Felsengebirges und der Sierra Nevada, 
XVI IL 94 §, 234 1; Kulturgeogra- 
phische Gruppierung der Unions- 
Staaten, VIIL 419 f; Martinique nnd 
sein Vulkanismus, XX. 561 1; Nord- 
amerikanische Union als Weltmacht, 
XVL 701 1 ; Politisch-geographischc 
betrachtungen iiber Westindien, X. 
231 1; Projected ship canals in U.S., 
VII. 653; Stand der geographischen 
Forschung in Nord- Amerika, VII. 215 f ; 
Westindische Vulkankastrophe und 
ihre Sohauplatze, XX. 470 f 

D^cle, L.: Expedition in C. Africa, III. 



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DXCUVATIOV 

60, 832; between Tanganyika and 
Victoria Nyanza, XVL 851,558; XVIC. 
75 : Fashoda question, XIII. 92 t ; 
Tanganyika railway, XIIL 322 f ; Three 
yeans in savage Africa, XI. 569 f ; XII. 
d02f 

Declination — Declinaisons de 14 e'toiles 

employees, etc : A. Ivanof, 205 1 
DeccBor, Ck>mm. : Expedition in Dahomey, 

VL 281 
Deoombaz : Les grottes de la yallee de la 

Bourne et dn Veroors, XII. 426 f 
Deootter, M. : Geography of Mauritius and 

dependencies, III. 72 f 
Deooud, H. F. : Geografia de la Repilblica 

del Paraguay, VIII. 420 f 
, J. : Diplomacia Paruguayo-Boli- 

viana, XI. 455 f 
Deoonverte du Pole Nord, La : E. Payart, 

VIII. 423 1 
Deeoke, W. : Der Appenin an der Irpin- 

isofaen Wasserscheide. I. 179 f; Die 

geologische Zusammensetzung . . . 

der Insel Rugen, XVII. 206 f; Die 

pleistocanen Landseen des Apennins, 

XV. 434 1 ; Italien, XV. 189 1 ; Reisecrin- 
nerongen yon den Aalandsinseln, 
lU. 251 1 ; Skizzen aus Norrland, VI. 
96 1 ; Ueber die ncilianischen Schlamm- 
vnlkane, IX. 336 1; Ueber Dunen und 
Dilnvialsande auf den pommerschen 
Inseln, II. 472, 561 f 

Deeken, R. : Mannia Samoa, XIX. 659 f 
Deep Ghyll, W. wall of: J. W. Robinson, 

XIV. 578 1 
Deepe and Deep Sea : tee Oceanography 
Deer of neotropical region, V. 473 ; Deer- 

hnnting in Slam, VIII. 435 
Deflers, A. : see Chamay, D. 
Deformations — Deformations que fait 

naitre, la pression dans un he'misphere 

orenx'metallique: H. Schoentjes, XV. 

673t 
Degontin: Les grottes de marbre de 

Toarane, IX. 459t 
Degree measurement in Ecuador, XX. 

343 (tee Quito);? in Spitzbergen (q.vX 

XVI. Ill, 667, 688; XVII. 433, 537; 
XVIII. 217, 626 : XX. 232 

Deh Balla valley, Persia, VII. 30 
Deherain, H. : he 8ondan e'gyptien sous 

Mehemet Ali, XL 453 f; XIL 306 §; 

Place-names at the Cape in eighteenth 

century, XIX. 217 
, P., et P. Demoussy: Sor la 

circulation de Pair dans le sol, VII. 448 f 
Dehra Dun forests : C. W. Pope, I. 469 f 
Deken, O. de; biography, IX. 115 1; 

Voyage )k t ravers TAsie, II. 472 f 
Dekken-dekka desert, XI. 248 
Dc la: for names with this prefix, see 

Wider specific names 
Delabarre, E. B. : Report of the expedition 

to Nachvak, Labrador, XX. 232 §, 559 1 
Delaohaux, E. A. 8. : Atlas meteorologioo 

de la Repilblica Argentina, XVII. 



BBLBBECQirX 

686 1: Limites ocoidentales de la Re- 
pilblica Argentina, XIL 101 f: XV. 
196t: Limites Chilo- Argentines, Ques- 
tion des, XII. 214 1 ; Mapa Mural do la 
Provincia de Buenos Aires, III. 539 1 ; 
Uebersichtskarte des Erdbebens vom 27 
Okt. 1894, in Sud-Amerika, VI. 105 1 

DelacoUette, L. : La commune de Do- 
champs, XII. 536 1 

Delafosse, M. : La Republique de Liberia, 
XVII. 449 1 

Delagoa Bay — Cable interruptions, X. 
274; harbour, IL 170 
Ba-Ronga an der Delagoabai : H. Keidcl, 

XIII. 93 1 
Delagoa-Bucht, Die, XVL 125 f 
Directory for 1899, XIV. 337 1 
Key to S. Africa : M. G. Jessett, XIV. 

682 1 

Delaite, J. : Int^rSt scientifique do 
Texpedition antarctique beige, VIII. 
194t 

Delamere, Lord: Expedition to Somali- 
land, X. 828 

Delannoy, G. : L' Angola et la colonisation 
portugaise, VII. 678 f ; L*evolution de 
la politique coloniale de la Holland, 

VIIL412t 
Delarue, 0. : La Serbie et les relations 

franco-serbes, XVIII. 547 1 
Delattre, R. P. : Carthage, XL 95 1 
Delanney : Distribution ge'ographiquo des 

volcans, IX. 686 f 
Delaware river— Does Delaware water gap 

consist of two river gorges ? E. Walter, 

VII. 216 1 ; Improvement of channel of : 

W. Atlee, IX 241 f 

Canal, VIL 554; XIX. 641 

Delbrel, G. : De Fez Ik TOranie )i travers 

le pays des Ghiata, XVL 581 f; Le 

Maroc actuel et la Cour che'rifflenne, 

XX. 357 1 ; Notes sur le Tafilet, V. 89 f 
Delcommune, A.: Expedition in Congo 

basin, I. 225, 356; Exploration of 

Lukuga, III. 417 ♦ 
Delebecque, A. : Atlas des lacs fran9ais, I. 

382 1; V. 189 1; IX. 246 f; Bathy- 

metrical survey of French, lakos, 1. 544 ; 

IV. 359; VIII. 424 1; L'Etude des lacs 
en France, III. 528 1 ; VI. 579 1 ; Les 
lacs fran9ais, XL 447 1 ; Jura et Vosgcs, 
IX. 573 1 ; Les ravins sous-lacustres des 
fleuves glaeiaires, IX. 583 f; observa- 
tions ou Rhone and Dranse, III. 234; 
Sur r&ge du lac du Bourget, V. 178 1; 
Sur les lacs de la Roche de Rame, XII. 
426 1 ; Sur les refractions extraordinaircs, 
etc., IX. 582 1 ; Sur les lacs du littoral 
landais, etc., IX. 573 f ; Sur IMtang do 
Berre, IX. 231 f ; ^ur qnelques lacs 
des Alpes, de I'Aubrac et des Pyrenees, 

V. 279 1; on variations in composltioii 
of lake waters, III. 522 

, et A. Le Royer : Sur les gaz 

dissous au fond du lao de Geneve, VI. 
395 1 



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DSLSBBOami 

Delebccquc, et E. Ritter: Qnelqaes Iftcs 
des Pyrenees, XIV. 112 f ; Do., dea 
Pyre'n^es-Orientalea, XIII. 88 f 

Dclgiido, E. : Etnografia y Lineuistica, 
XI. 100 1 

, J. F. N., e P. Choffat: Carta 

CJeologica de Portugal, XVI. 136 f 

Delgado, Cabo, DistHct of, route of rail- 
way, etc. (map) : Nyaaa Co., V. 190 f 

DeK. in Humatra: 6. W. E. Eastwick, 
III. 160 1 

Dclikli Tasb, Asia Mi., IX. 268 

Delisle, F. : La colonisation ik Madagascar, 
VIL679t 

Dellenbaugh, F. S. : True route of Coro- 
nado's march, XI. 455 f, 552 § 

Delmas, J. : La yalHc de la Bresquc 
(Var), XVII. 644 1 

Dclm^-Radcliffe, Major ; remarks on 
"Journey from Omdurman to Mom- 
basa,*' XIX. 689 

Delphi, axis of, VIII. 615 

Delporte, A., et L. Gillis: Observations 
astronomiques, etc., . . . Tetat inde- 
p<'nd»int du Congo, VI. 487 f 

Delta : see Rivers 

Delvaux, G. : Vasoo da Gama et les de- 
oouvertes des Portugais, XII. 330 f 

Demanche, G. : La France et le Siam au 
Laos, II. 278 1; La France recule au 
Niger, VIL 333 1 ; La Mission Baud- 
Vermeersch au Gourma, XII. 211 f: 
Les projets de cables, XVI. 131 f; 
li'invasion sicilieunc en Tunisie, XVIII. 
lilt; Occupation d'In-Balah, XVI. 
251 1; Question du Transvaal, XV. 
] 1)4 1 ; Ressources militaires de rAlge'rie, 
IX. 106 1; Route du Tchad et lee 
pretentions Allemandes, II. 187 1 

Demangeon, A. : geographic du Kaiser- 
Btiibl, XX. 239 1 

Demarcation : $ee Papal 

Demavond, Mt., E. (^rant Duff's ascent of, 
1. 149; Ascent of: 8. Hedin, I. 84 f 

Demerara and Essequibo, Br. Guiana, 
Shore of : F. J. Gray, XX. 408 ♦ 

Demeter und Baubo: E. Hahn, XIL 104 + 

Demidoff", Prince E. : After wild sheep in 
Altai and Mongolia, XVI. 696 f; photo- 
graphs of Russian C. Asia. XVII. 687 f 

Demmer, liO Djebel : P. Blanchet,X. 229 f 

Dcmpwolff, O. : Die Erziehung der Papuas 
zu Arbeitem, XIII. 325 + 

Demography — Demographic statistics of 
the U.K. : E. Cannan, XII. 203 f ; Pro- 
jet d'explorations demographiques, etc, : 
A. N. Kiier, XV. 445 t 

Demolins, E. : Les francaia d'aujourd'hui, 

XIL 422 f, 426 1 
Dempster, H. G. : Railway surveying with 

tacheometer, XVI. 266 f 
Dem Ziber, C. Africa; position, XIII. 69; 

XVII. 74 
Denburgh, J. van : Reptiles of Pacific 

coast and Great Basin, XL 202 f 
Dendrophoria ; J. S. Phen^, XI. 207 f 



DXHMABK 

Dendy, A. : Chatham Is., XX. 361 +, 457 § 

Dene People, Notes, archnological, etc., 
on : Father Morioe, IIL 533 f 

Denes, F. : Gebirgstouren in den Beler 
Kalkalpen, VIII. 306 + ; Geologic des 
T6tragebirges. XX. 351 1; Original- 
karte der Hohen-Titra, XIII. 554 1 

Deniker, J. : La premiere photographic 
de Lbassa, XIX. 397 t; Les races de 
TEurope, XVL 119 1; Les races et lea 
peuples de la terre,XVI. 493 f ; Recentes 
explorations russes en Aaie, XVUI. 
548 t ; RAultats . . . du voyage de 
MM. Roborovsky et Kozlov, XVI. 247 1 ; 
Voyage de lieut. Kozlov, XX. 242 f 

Denison, G. T. : Present situation of 
England, XL 89 f 

Denmark — 
Admiralty Charts, XIX. 538 1 
Betydningen af landenes geugrafisku 

Forhold : O. E. Madren, VIL 685 t 
Census, XVIII. 209 ; Vorlaufige Ergeb- 
nisse der . . . Volksz'ahlnng : K. Neu- 

kirch, XVIIL546t 
Dauemark, Le: P. Vesterby, XVIII. 

102 1 
Danish Expeditions — 
Arctic Expeditions, 1605-20: C. A. 

GoBoh, XL 102 1 ; Arctic Voyages 

and Early Chart of N. Atlantic, 

XL 672 § 
Greenland, X. 218 ; XIV. 449 ; XVI. 

231; XIX. 641; Expedition to 

Greenland in 1893: Lieut. V. 

Garde, IIL 350 f; E. Greenland 

Expedition in 1900: G. C. Am- 

drup, XVI. 662 • 
Ingolf-Expedition, t XIV. 587 ; XVI. 

374 ; Report, XV. 273 
Melville Bay and Disko I., XL 184 
Pamirs, VL 472; IX. 663; X. 53<; ; 

XIII. 302 ; XV. 175 ; XVI. 99 
Danske Turistforenings Aarsskrift, 

tXVL 119; XVIIL 102; XIX. 6411 
Denmark Past and Present : M. Thomas, 

XIX. 765 t 
Elne landeskundliche Skizse : E. 

L6ffler,V. 603t 
Excursion en Danemark : H. Castonnet 

des Fosses, XL 564 f, 680 f 
Geografiske Udbredelsc af . . . Sted- 

navnsklasser : V. E. Madsen, XVIIL 

225 1 
^Historia de profectione Danorum in 

terram sanctam,' etc. : K. Kalund, 

IX. 116 1 
Kommissiouen for videnskabelig Un- 

dersogelse af do danske Farvaudc, 

XIV. 330 1 
Maps — Generalstabens topograflskc 

Kaart, t IL 477 ; IV. 476 ; VI. 590 ; 

VIII. 537 ; X. 557 ; XIV. 691 ; XVII. 

684 
Meddelelser fra Dansk geologisk Forc- 

ning : K. J. V. Steenstrup, IX. 573 f 
Meteorological Institute, Annals of 



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DVriCABK 
Demurk — continued. 

mogoetio observatory : $ee hehw ; Ice 
in Arctic Heas, XV. 539; Meteoro- 
logiak Aarbog (Annuaire Meteoro- 
logique), f IX. 103 ; XI. 446 ; XIII. 
675; XV. 438, 545; XVII. 443; 
Nantical - Meteorological Annual, 
XVI. 119 1; XVm. 453 1; Obeer- 
vaiions m^t^rologiqnea-nantiques, 
XIV. not; Obfierrations at Uod- 
thaab, IV. 69; Snryeys (Greenland 
and Iceland), IX. 96 
Meteorologiske Observationer i Kjo- 
benbavn : V. Willanme-Jantzen, 

VIII. 527 1 
Musee national de Copenhague, fouilles 

faites poor le : 8. Muller, XV. 545 f 
Nogle Under80gelaer Danmarks oeldste 

Inddellng : J. Steenstrup, IX. 103 f 
Observatoire magnetique de Copen- 

hague, AnnaloB de \* : A. Panlsen, III. 

249 1 ; IX. 457 1 : XVIII. 102 f 
Oc^nograpbie des detroits danols : 

M. Knndsen, XIX. 649 f 
Om gamle danske Laridsbyformer : P. 

liauriflden, VIII. 647 t 
PraBciaionsnivelteinentet over Store 

Belt : G. Zachariae, XIII. 451 1 
Kpirit-le veiling in aurvey of : O. Zacha- 
riae, IV. 194 1 
Trade and agriculture, II. 426 f ; XIV. 

452 ; XVI. 570 f 
Undersukningar vorande Oresunds 

Djurlif : E. Liinnberg, XIII. 544 1 

and Iceland, Murray's Hand- 
book, V. 604 1 

I. — Klima and Fohne der 

Danemark-Iuael : A. Woeikof, XVIII. 

114 1 
Dennant, J., and J. Mulder : Geology of 

Lower Leigh valley, XIII. 684 f 
Dennett, R. E. : On Kingdom of Loango, 

XX. 339 
Dennis, J. S. : Centennial Survey of 

Foreign Missions, XX. 132 f ; Report 

on . . . Canadian Irrigation Surveys, IX. 

316 1 

Dennys, N. B. : Descriptive dictionary of 
Br. Malaya, IV. 85 1 

Density of ocean water: see Oceano- 
graphy 

Dent, C. T. : First ascent of Tsiteli, XIV. 
226 1 ; Influence of Science on moun- 
taineering, VIII. 536 1 ; Physiological 
effects of high altitudes, 1. 46 * ; Winter 
photographs of the Alps, II. 166 

Denbardt, G. : biography, IX. 346 f 

Dentzer, B. : Topographic der FeldzUge 
Robert Guiscards gegendas byzantin- 
ische Reich, XIX. 103 1 

Denudation — Marine, V. 140; Over ver- 
wecring eu het ontstaan van bodemsoor- 
ten : J. van Baren, XX. 130; Ueber 

gWinderosion : 8. Passarge, XVIII. 
555 1 

Deodhanga, Himalayas, III. 565 



Depelley, J.': Cables sous-marines, etc., 

VIII. 536 1 
Dep^ret, 0. : Structure generale et . . . 

fbrmation de la vallec du Rhone, VI. 

483 1 

, et Fourtau, R. : Sur les terrains 

Neogenes de la Basse-Egypte, XVI. 

580 1 
Dep5t de la Guerre, Biblioth^ue du, 

&htalogue, VIIL 538 f 
Depsang Plateau, 0. Asia, II. 386 
Depths : see Oceanography 
De QuiroB : see Qniros 
Der, Syria, VII. 549 
Dera Ghazi Khan District, Gazetteer, 

XIII. 678 1 
Derby, Earl of: Canada, VIL 114 f; 

legacy to R.G.S., I. 543 
, G. M. : Changes in flood height, 

Mississippi, XVIIL 643; XIX. 508 § 
-, O. A. : Geologia e paleontologia 



de Matto-Groaso, XIL 436 f ; Manganese 

ore deposits of Queluz district, Minas 

Gerftes, XVIIL 458 f 
Derbyshire — oaves in, X. 507 ; Thorough 

Guide series : J. B. Baddeley, IV. 468 f 
Dereims, A. : G^ographie physique du 

PlateaiU de Temel, I. 564 f; Mission 

P. BUnchet, XVII. 72 &, 822 f 
Dere-Keui valley, Asia Mi., IX. 40 
Derrecagaix, Gen. : Des cartes d'Europe 

en 1900, XVIII. 631 f 
Dervish Frontier, On the: J. T. Bent, 

VIIL 581 t 
Derwentwater, depth, II. 165, 376; IV. 

238; floating island, VI. 62; survey, 

VI. 58, 162 
Des : for names with this prefix, iee under 

specific names 
Desbats, G. : La Mission de la Socie'te' 

d*oceanographie en Espagne et en 

Portugal, XIX. 767 1 
Descamps, A. : Villages arabes en France, 

XIV. 675 1 

-., Comm. : Au lac Moero, VII. 



213 1 



-, E. E. : La neutralite en droit 



international, XV. 675 f 
'* Desoeliers *' maps of 1546 and 1550, XII. 

577, 578 ; XIV. 574 
Deschamps, E. : L'Isola di Cipro, XII. 

322 1 ; Qoinze Mois k llle de Chypre, 

XI. 88 1 ; Reise auf Cypem, XI. 681 1 
, G. : Sur les routes d* Asie, IV. 

85 1 
, L, : La France et TAngleterre 

devant I'lslam, XIX. 409 f 
Deschanel, P. Privat- : see Privat-Des- 

chanel, P. 
Descofifre, P. : La Charente prehistorique, 

XVII. 671 1 
Deserts — 

Denudation in. Prof. Walther on, II. 
176 

Depressions et deserts : A. de Lap- 
parent, VIL 117 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



BS8BBTB 

Deserts — eorUinued. 

Desert conditions in Britain : J. G. 
Goodchild, XI. 662 ; XII. 204 f 

sand-dunes bordering Nile 

Delta : V. Oomish, XV, 1 • 

travelling in Afghanistan, IX. 



409, 410 

Formen der asiatischen Wiiste: J. 
Walther, XII. 439 1 

Gesetz der WUstenbildung : J. Walther, 
X Vn. 326 1, 521 § 

Origin and chdraoteristios of, de Lap- 
parent on, VI. 574 

WUste und Wiistenyolk : Don Josaphat 

L91t 
Desforges; pendulum observations, V. 

489 
Deshek Ria Ghata, £. Africa, IX. 56 
Wama (Lake Hardinge), Journeys 

beyond : C. H. Craufurd, IX. 54 ♦ 
Deshnef, Cape, Siberia : tee East Cape 
Desjardins, £. : Geographic . . . de la 

Gaule romaine, I. 563 f 
Despiques, P. : G^^raphie eioonomique, 

IX. 687 1; Le Pays Barrois dans 

Vceuvre d' Andre Theuriet, VI. 483 f 
Destacamento I., Rio Napo, III. 477 
Detmer, W. : Landschaftsformen des 

nordwestlichen Deutschlands, X. 647 f ; 

XL 88 1: Zur Charaoteristik einiger 

Vegetationsformationen, XIII. 569 f 
Detonations— Mistpoeffers : E. van den 

Broek, IX. 112 t 
De'trez, G. : Recherches sur les distances 

geographiques, etc., XIV. 687 1 
Dettifoss, Iceland, III. 277 ; XIII. 487 
Deutschen Kolonialblatt, Inhaltsverzeich- 

niss, VIII. 196 1 
Deutscher Kolonial- Atlas : tee Germany, 

Colonies 
Sohulatlas : B. Liiddecke, V. 

408 1 
Devanx, Abb^: Noms de lieux dans la 

region lyonnaise, etc., XII. 624 1 
, Capt. : Le Tankisso, afiSuent du 

Niger, XX. 558 f 
Development of habitable lands : H. B. 

Mill, XV. 652 § ; XVLlSlf 
Deventer, L. van : Daendels-Baffles, VI. 

200 1, 396 1 
Devey, G. P. : Photographs of neighbour- 
hood of Van, III. 444 ; $ee Naretti, L. 
Deville, A. : DansleBorgu; LeBoyaume 

de Bouay, VIII. 517 §. 532 f 
, E. : Lever topographique des 

montagnes rocheuses, V. 183 f ; Beport 

on climate of Br. Columbia, III. 143 
Deville, V. : Partage de TAfrique, XI. 

453 1 : XII. 306 § 
Devil's Gorge, Zambezi, XVII. 114 
Devinka river. New Guinea, VII. 482 
De'voluy, Recherches soutcrraines en : E. 

A. Martel, XV. 188 1, 428 
Devon — 

Murray's Handbook, VI. 580 f 

Pleasant Land of, III. 528 f 



DIOKIirSOV 

Devon — continued. 
Reduced Ordnanoe Survey of N. : Bar- 
tholomew, VIIL 654 1 
Submerged rock-valleys : T. Codrington, 

XIL 626 t 
Thorough Guide Series, Devon and 
Cornwall : C. 8. Ward, f VHI. 529 ; 
XVI. 574 ; XX. 553 
Devrezchai, river, Asia Mi., III. 327 
Dewar, J. C. : Voyage of Nyanza, I. 88 f 
, T. B. : Bamble round the globe, 

V. 188t 
Dew^vre, A. : Les plantes utiles du Congo, 

IV. 86 1 
Dez, L. : Fleuves a^riens, etc., XII I. 

460 1 ; Notre Transsoudanien, XL 314 f ; 

Pent-on . . . traverser le Sahara en 

ballon? XIIL93t 
Dey, Nundo Lai : GhBomphical dictionary 

of ancient and medisBval India, XX. 

667t 
Dezert, D. du : Mission en Espagne, VII. 

328 t 
Dhanis, Baron : remarks on ^ Expedition 

to Borgu," VI. 225 
Dhauli Ganga vallev, Himalayas, II. 261 
Dhlo-Dhlo, Ruins of, Rhodesia : F. White, 

XVIII. 550 1 
Dhofar, Arabia, VL 113; Mr. and Mrs. 

Bent's explorations, XVI. 101 
Dhulail, Wadi, V. 13 
" Diagram " series of Hand-maps : tee 

DickinBon and Andrews 
Diamanti, O. : Le Transvaal, Etat poli- 
tique, etc., VIL 113t 
Diamond-mines, Minas Gerftes, H. D. 

Beaumont's report, XIII. 661 ; Kimber- 

ley : W. Crookes, IX. 576 t 
Dianthus-Gruppe, Verbreitung einer 

alpinen : F. Vierhapper, XV. 445 f 
Dias, B. ; Pillar erected by, near Angra 

Pequetta: W. L. Sclater, XIV. 337 1 ; 

Umsegelung des Kaps der guten Hoff- 

nung, XVII. 565 f ; voyage round 

Africa, XII. 11 ; Voyages of, and Diogo 

Cfto, 1482-88, XVI. 625 • ; (Appendix 

on maps illustrating), XVI. 649 ; (List 

of place-names), XVI. 651 
Diatom ooze, V. 366; XIV. 433; XIX. 

694, 698; in Antarctic, IIL 19; of 

Great Southern Ocean, VII. 539 
Diatoms in polar basin, IX. 524 
Diaz, F. Y. : Per Espana ! Memoria pro- 

miada, XVIII. 641 f 
DiboB, M. : Travaux de d^la^age dans les 

estuairos, etc., IV. 92 f 
Dicey, E. : Egypt, 1881-1897 . . . , XL 

684 1 ; S. African Reconstruction, XVI. 

370 1 
Dickens, F. V. : Journal kept in Karafnto, 

XII. 206 t 
Dickey, W. A. : Bushitna river, Alaska, 

XL70§,201t 
Dickinson, B. B. : Geography as a school 
subject, VII. 671 f : Orographioal S. 
Africa (** Diagram " Hand Maps), 



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BI0XZV80V 

XIU. 691 1 : Position of towns, XX. 
551 1 

Dickinson, B. B. and A. W. Andrews : 
** Diagram " Series of Hand-maps, XV . 
560 t ; of lantern slides of maps, XIII. 
692 t ; XV. 673§; XVI. 709 t ; XVII. 
102 1 

Dickson, H. N. : Cironlation of surface 
waters of N. Atlantic, XVI. 5891; 
XVII. 564 1; XIX. 354 §; Cloadland: 
Rev. W. C. Lay (review), VL 180 1; 
Distribntion of food-fishes, etc., v., 
184 1 ; Eruptions in Martinique and St. 
Vincent, AX. 49*; Hydrogiaphioal 
Research in North Sea, V. 581 ; Mean 
temperature of the atmosphere and 
causes of gUoial periods, XVIII. 516 * ; 
Mean temperature of surface waters of 
. . • British coasts, XVI. 130 f ; Move- 
ments of surface waters of North Sea, 
Vn. 255 * ; On a new water-bottle, etc., 
VIII. 424 1: on oceanographical re- 
search, VI. 462 : on sunshine, IL 277 1 : 
Oxford degree conferred on, XV. 57; 
Prof. Pettersson on methods of oceano- 
graphic research, XIV. 185 * ; Physical 
survey of N. Atlantic, XI. 185 ; Recent 
contributions to ooeanog^phy, III. 
802 * ; Recent researches on climate, X. 
H03 ; Report on investigations on board 
H.M.8. Jackal, V. 397 t ; Do. on H.M.S. 
Beteareh, XI. 206t ; Surface of sea and 
weather, VIII. 631; Temperature and 
density of sea-water between Atlantic 
and North Sea, II. 375 ; Temperature 
and salinity of N. Atlantic, XII. 379 ; 
Temperature of European riyers, VI. 
264* 



, J. : M^tre versus Pace, VIII. 196 f 
J Consul J.; Report on Jaffa- 
Jerusalem railway, II. 563 f 

-, Baron O. ; Biography: A. O. 



Nathorst, X. 460 f; W. Wkenhauer, 
X. 555:t ; obituary, X. 106 

-, W. K ; Life of Major-Gen. Sir 



R.M. Smith, XIX. 112 1 
Dickson lake, Patagonia, X. 403 
Dickson's bay, Spitzberg^n, early visits 

to, IX. 356 
Dictionaries — 
Dictionary of National Biography: S. 
Lee, fix. 114; X. 343; XIL 440; 
XIIL 330 ; XIV. 124 

of Statistics : M. G. Mulhall, 

XIII. 689 t 

-, Standard, of English lan- 



guage, XV. 448 1 
Dizionario geographico Universale : G. 

Garollo, XI. 461 f 
English and German; Flugel and 

others, VII. 571 1 
Nouveau dictionnaire de Geographie: 

V. de St. Martin and L. Kousselet, 

VII. 415 §, 684 1 
Diderrich, N. : Carte de la Region du 
Mayumbe, XV. 93 1 



DIOVXI 
Didesa river, Abyssinia, XV. 109 ; XIX. 

88 
Didier, L. : Entreprises ooloniales de la 

Prusse an XVII* si^le, XII. 104 f 
Diehl, Hr.; Reisebericht des, XVIII. 

641 1 ; visit to Manenguba range, XVIII. 

623 
-^~, C. : Excursions in Greece to 

recently explored sites, 1. 180 1 

H. : Meteorologische Beobaohtungen 



an der Missionstation Ho, XV. 439 f 
— , M. : Archssology of Algeria and 



Tunis, IV. 282 1 

Diener, C. : Eiszeit im Himalava, VII. 
441 1 ; Ergebnine der Reisen W. Obrut- 
schewB im . . . Nan-sohan, XX. 466 f ; 
Geologischen Ergebnisse der Reisen von 
Baron £. Toll, XVI. 698 f ; Eatastrophe 
von Sodom und Gomorrha, IX. 681 1 ; 
XIV. 226 1 ; Exoursionen des . . . Geo- 
logen-Congresses in den Ural, etc., XII. 
93 1 ; Expedition in den central Hima- 
laya, etc., II. 277 1; Expedition in C. 
Himalayas, L 66; IL 18, 258*; 
Mittheilungen tlber eine Reise im 
Central-Himalaya von Kumaon, VII. 
Ill t ; Notes on Geological structure 
of Chitiohun region, XIV. 579 1 ; 
Uober die Bedeutung des geograph- 
ischen Moments in geologischen Lokal- 
monographien, XIV. 688 f; Structur 
der SUdosttirolisohen Dolomitstocke, 
XVI. 119t; Wirkungen des grossen 
ostindischen Erdbebens am 1897 . . . , 
XX. 123 1 

Dieppe — Bedeutung Dieppes in Zeitalter 
der grossen Lander-Entdeckungen : £. 
Gelcich. I. 91 1 

School of Cartography, maps of, 

XIV. 421 

Dierkes, L. von M: : Land und Leute in 
Finland, XII. 93 f 

Dieserud, J. : Norse Discoveries in 
America, XVIIL 111 f 

Diest, W. von : Karte des nordwestliohen 
Kleinasien, XIX. 114 f; XX. 566 f: 
Karte . . . der anatolischen Eisenbahn- 
Linien, XII. 443 f: Von Tilsit nach 
Angora, XIII. 214 f, 531 § 

und M. Anton: Itinerar- 

Aufnahmen im nordwestliohen Klein- 
asien, VII. 226 1 ; Neue Forschungen im 
nord west lichen Kleinasien, VII. 329 f 

Dietel, P. : Geographische Verbreitung 
der Rostpilze, XVI. 374 1 

Dieterici, F. : A. Miessler, IX. 115 f 

Dieulafoy, Mme. : A travers lu Perse, 
VIII. 530 1 

, J. : Aragon et Valence, Les 

beaux-arts, etc., XVII. 445 f 

-, M. : L'Acropole de Suse, etc., 



L 182 1, 487 § 
Digo country, E. Africa, V. 558 ; people 

and Tillages, IV. 426 
Diguet, L. : Basse-Californie, XVI. 371 1 : 

Mission scientifiqne dans la Basse-Cali- 



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-DIHOVO. 

fomie, XV. 84 f ; Bapport de Misaion, 

XY. 84 1 ; Voyage au versant occidental 

dn Mexique, XV. 441 1 
Dihong, river: explorationfl of, J. F. 

Needham, XVII. 525, 656 
Dijk, P. Van : De Intwatering van het 

Tobameer, III. 531 f; Tocntje langs 

Zuid-SamoBlr, etc., IX. 237 f ; Sumatra, 

IV. 281 1 
Dijon — Commerce da bois de ohanffage 

. . .^ Dijon an XVIII* Sifede: B. 

Picard, IX. 676 f ; Belief des environs 

de, etc. : P. Girardin, XIX. 766 f 
Dikeli Tash, Mysia, IX. 273 
Dikoa— Wo liegt Dikoa? H. Singer, XX. 

669 1 

Dilke, Sir C. W. : British Empire, XIIL 
462 1; Progreas of British Colonial 
Empire, IX. 469 1 

Diller, J. S. : Coos Bay coal field of 
Oregon, XVI. 371 t ; Crater lake, 
Oregon, IX. 679 f ; XIV. 341 f ; Edu- 
cational series of rock specimens, etc., 
XVI. 490 1; Geological reoonnaissaHce 
in Oregon, XIL 100 1; Mt. Shasta, 
typical volcano, XI. 201 f ; Revolution 
in Topography of Pacific coast, etc.. III. 
533 1; Tertiary revolution in do., VII. 
216 1 ; Volcanic rocks of Martinique and 
St. Vincent, XX. 671 1 

Dillmann, A. : Results of J. T. Bent's 
journey in E. Africa, IV. 282 f 

Dillon, E. J. : Crete and the Cretans, IX. 
677 1 ; First Russian census, XI. 682 f 

, Hon. H. A. : Calais and the Pale, 

III. 435 1 

Dilolo, lake, Congo region, XIX. 176; 
altitude, XVn. 659 

Dinaran or Ab-i-Diz, Persia, IV. 488 

Dinaric Alps, III. 508 

Dines, W. H. : Winter temperature and 
height of barometer, XIV. 233 f 

Dingolstedt, V. : Anthropological investi- 
gations in Alps and Caucasus, XIX. 
533 1; Caucasian Highlands, VI. 293 1; 
Hydrography of Caucasus. XIV. 335 \ ; 
Igneous rockia of Caucasus, VIII. 648 1 : 
Quiet comer of the Alps, III. 529 f; 
Valley of the Joux, XML 207 f ; The 
Yezids, XII. 323 f 

Dingo of Australia, IV. 37 

Dingsar, Tirah, XII. 339 

Dinka tribe, C. Africa, XVL 179; XX. 
618 

Dinklage, L. E. : Eistriften in siidlichen 
Breiten, etc., XX. 106 §, 129 f ; Influence 
of wind on speed of steamers, XIII. 543, 
685 1 ; Stromversetzungen vor der Bucht 
von Biscaya, VII. 326 1; Treibeis im 
Suden, etc., X. 342 1 ; Treibeis in siid- 
lichen Breiten, XIV. 586 f; Unerfor- 
schte Bank im Siidatlantischen Ozoan, 
XIII. 569 1 

Dinnik, N. Y. : Province of Kuban, XII. 

206 1 
Dinse, P. : Die Fjordbildungen, IV. 580 f ; 



DlffAHCBS 

Ein Bchwedisoher Kartograph der Mark 
Brandenburg, IX. 336 f; Fjords; con- 
tribution to morphology of coast-lines, 
V. 82 : MS Gelcich 

Dinter, B. Tan: Aanteekeningen betref- 
fende het eiland Sidoe, XV. 192 f 

, K. : Kreuz- und QuerzUge in 

Deutsch-Sudwest-Afrika, XVm. 109t 

Dinwiddle, W. : Puerto Rico; oonditiong 
and possibilities, XV. 196 f 

Dionne, N. E. : Jean-Francois de la Roqne, 
Seigneur de Roberval, XVII. 327 f 

Dions, Le sp^unque de : F. Mazauric at 
G. Caban^, X. 546 f 

Didsy, A. : Mein Besuoh in Japan, XVII. 
88 1 ; New Far East, XIII. 213 f 

Diploma awarded to students under J. 
Coles, X. 565 

Dirbat, abyss and lake, Arabia, VI. 126 

Dirffi valley, India, III. 188 

Dirk Gerritz archipelago, Antarctic, 
XVIIL 21; Die Erforschung des , . . 
Archipels: H. Wichmann, Vftl. 422 1 

Disco : see Disko 

DUcoverUf Antarctic exploring vessel — 
Launch of, XVIL 523 ; XIX. 97, 102 ; 
List of Officers and Crew, XIX. 448; 
Photographs of launching : D. Wilson - 
Barker, XVIIL 248 ; Progress, XVIIL 
538 ; Voyage southward, I. London to 
Madeira: H. R. Mill, XIX. 417*; IL 
Madeira to tlie Cape : G. Murray, XIX. 
423*; IIL Di$covtry and Relief Ship: 
Sir 0. Markham, XIX. 435 * ; With the 
Di%oovery to Madeira: H. R. Mill, 
XVIIL 395 ♦ 

Discovery, Geographical (000 aUo Ex- 
ploration) — 
Epoca delle grandi sooperte geografiche : 

C. Errera, XIX. 661 f 
Factores que mis han oontribuido k 
los descubrimientos geogrifioos: I. 
Cucaldn, XIX. 661 1 
Progress of discovery and lands of 
promise to the explorer : A. Heilprin, 
VL 103 1, 201 1 
Scoperie geografiche del secolo XIX. : 

F. Porena, XVI. 375 1 
Sixty years' progress of geographical dis- 
covery : A. C. Macdonald, XIV. 467 1 
Story of geographical discovery: J. 
Jacobs, XIIL 220 f 

Disko Bay— Somraerrejse i Diskobugten : 
A. Anderson, IX. 684 1 

I. — Undersogelsesrejse till c»en 

Disco sommeren 1898 : K J. V. Steen- 
strup, XL 184; XIX. 879 §, 405 1 

Dissolving Empire, A : F. W. Hiret, XIL 

425 1 
Dlstachurus of New Guinea, IV. 45 
Distances — Aide-memoire to a comparison 

of geographical ; F. J. S. Cleeve on, X. 

334 ; Comparing geographical : F. J. S. 

Cleeve, XL 575 1; XIX. 405 1; Re- 

cherchessur lesdistances'geographiques, 

etc. : G. Dcftrez, XIV. 687 f 



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BI8IBIBUTI0V 

Distribation des conditioos phyRiques : A. 

de Lapparent, VL 587 f 
DiBtribntion, Faunal map illnstrating : J. 

Welsch, 111. 76 f 
, Geographical, and habits of 

whales : C. Mobius, IV. 266 ♦ 

-, of animals 



(000 aho Zoogeography), II. 388; of 
terrestrial animals and plants : C. H. 
Meiriam, V. 395 f ; VI. 188 § 

-, of Arachnida, 



etc. : R. T. Pocock, XIII. 687 1 

-, of life in N. 



America : G. H. Merriam, IV. 880 f 

, of Mammals : 



tee Mammals 



MacMillan, X. 346 f 



-, of plants: G. 

-, of scale in- 
sects. Notes on: T. D. A. Cockerell, 
Vni. 425 1 

-, of yertebrates 



in Yictoria, A. H. 8. Lnoas on, XII. 80 

-, Proposed new 



terms in, letter from P. L. Sclater, IX. 
673 
Distribution g^graphiqne et Involution 
des Pi^ripates: E. L. Bouvier, XII. 

218 1 
Distribution of towns and villages in 

England : G. G. Ghishohn, IX. 76 * 
Ditmar, K. von: Reisen nnd Aufenthalt 

in Eamtscbatka, XVII. 551 f 
Dittmar, Prof.; on water-specimens of 

H.M,S. Challenger, V. 862 
, R. : Das Nord-Polarmeer, XIX. 

404t 
Diurnal waves, origin, VII. 239 
Diutumal theory of the earth: W. 

Andrews, XV. 558 f 
Divides, Note on migration of: W. S. T. 

Smith, XI. 321 1 
Divrik, Euphrates valley, VIII. 453 
Diz, A.: Deutschland auf den Hoch- 

strassen des Weltwirtschaftsyerkehrs, 

XIX. 393 1; Ein Jahrhundert des 

fibcrseelBchen Volkorwanderung, XV. 

446 1 

Dixie, Lady F. : Memories of a great lone 
land, II. 91 f 

Dixon, G. : New law of geographical 
dispersal, VI. 395 1 

, G. G. : Four months of travel in 

Br. Guiana, V. 337 * ; Br. Guiana and 
Venezuelan boundary, VII. 99; Possi- 
bilities of N.W. district of Br. Guiana, 

V. 91t 

-, H. B. : Ascent of mt. Lefroy; XII. 



326 1 

-, R. : Index to names, etc., in Geo- 



logical Survey Reports, Queensland, 

XIX. 531 1 
Dixon glacier. New Zealand, I. 41 
Djaghatn Chai, Asia Mi., XIV. 507, 519 
Djaushankuz valley, Shugnan, XVI. 671 
Djibuti : see Jibuti 



DOFUlKDyiH. 

Dmitriyeff, N.: Economic state, etc., of 

inhabitants of Free-Svanetia, XI. 186 1 
Debar mts., Somaliland, XI. 35 
Doberck : How to manage your ship in a 

typhoon, VII. 567 f 
Dobinson, Archd. : Visits to Basa country, 

IX. 463 1 
Dobson, A. A. G. : Leach Bermejo ex* 

pedition of 1899, XVII. 558 1 
, J. M. : Buenos Ayres harbour 

works, XV. 84 1, 442 f 
Doby, V. : Navigability de fci Loire, XVI. 

860 1 : Question du conteste franco^ 

bresiUcn, IX. 842 f 
Dochamps, Gommune de : L. Delacollette, 

XIL 536t 
Dock-book, 1900, XVII. 218 1; Additions 

and Gorrections to, IX. 688 1 
Documents g^graphiques manuscrits 
existant dans les Biblioth^ues pub- 
liques, etc. : E. Fauvel, XII. 642 1 
Dodo, Miss: on school journey in Ger- 
many, XI. 443 

, J. : Formosa, VL 463; VIL 111 t 

, R. : Essays on colonizing, IX. 347 1 

Dodge, F. S. : Kilauea in August, 1892, 1. 

378 1 

, R. E.: Big trees of Galifornia, 

X VIIL 457 1 ; First steps in geography 
of the world, XI. 575 f; Geographical 
development of alluvial river-terraces, 
V. 398 1 ; Geography from nature, VIII. 
535 1 : Journal of school geography, IX. 
451; Life on Colorado plateaus, XVI. 
252 1 ; Notes on geographical education, 
XVII. 682 1; Reader in physical geo- 
graphy for beginners, XVII. 454 1; 
School course in geography, XVIII. 
460 1; School geography in U.S., X. 
655 t ; Scientific geography for schools, 
XI. 159 ♦ ; Social function of geography, 
XIII. loot; Teaching of physical 
geography in elementary schools, XVII. 

456 1 

, W. P.: As the crow flies, IX. 



689 1 

Doe, Mt., E. Africa, II. 512 
Doenyo Bum, E. Africa, IV. 315 

Longonot, E. Africa, IV. 314 

Nyuki, E. Africa, IV. 314 

Suswa, E. Africa, IV. 314 

Doering, O. : Alturas ... en la provincia 
de Cordoba, XIV. 684 f ; Insolacion en 
Cordoba, VI. 97 f ; Manifestaciones del 
magnetismo terrestre en . . . Cordoba, 
V. 91 1 ; Observaciones hipsom^tricas 
alrcdedor de Mendoza, XII. 101 f; 
Reiseberichte von, VII. 332 f; Obser- 
vaciones magn^ticas en . . . Argentina 
y el Paraguay, VI. 490 f; Resultados 
nipsom^tricos de algunos viajes del Dr. 
G. Bodenbender, XIV. 584 1 
Doflein, F. : Bericht uber meine Reise 
nach Westindien und Nordamerika, 

Xm. 689t 
Dofunkuyin, W. Africa ; altitude, X. 393 



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GEXERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



BOaA 

Dopi, Wadi, TripoU, VI. 384 ; VII. 161 ; 
IX. 629 

Dognon, P. : Orientation . . . dcB Pyrenees 
d'aprea Strabon, XII. 92 1 

Dohrn, A. : Mezzi per promnovere eeplora- 
zioni talassografiche, etc., V. 397 f 

Doine, Loch; BonndiDgs, XV. 325; tem- 
peratures, XV. 335 

Doko people, S. Abyssinia, XX. 387 

Dolbeer, J. : Bequest to Geographical Soc. 
of the Pacific, XX. 661 

Dolbohanta Somalis, XII. 78 

Dolby-Tyler, C. H. : Earthquake shocks 
in Ecuador, VIIL 177 

and E. H. Giglioli; 

Strumenti Litici . . . del Rio Napo, X. 
230 1 

Dolga bay, Waigats I., XI. 344 

Dolgoi Ostrov L, XL 350 

Dolinen of limestone regions. III. 322 

DoUfus, G. : Becherches g^ologiques sur 
... Vichy, IV. 375 1 ; Relations entre 
la structure geologique du bassin de 
Paris et son hydrographie, XVII. 

206 1 

Dolmens in Musashi, Topographical distri- 
bution of: S. Yagi, X. 550 1 

of Japan and their builders : W. 

W. Gowland, XIV. 580 1 

Dolnja Tuzla, population, VI. 383 

Dolomites — 
Climbing reminiscences : L. Sinigaglia, 

IX. lost 

Engadin-Ortlcr-Dolomiten : T. nnd M. 
Wundt,XIX. 103 1 

Topographical map of. IV. 191 1 

Torsion structure of, XVI. 462 
Dclphiriy Cruise of the, in Dutch waters, 

E. W. Mellor, XI. 192 f 
and Tamar, visit to Gilbert Is., 

VI. 330 
Doniandi, Afghanistan, IX. 394 
Dombo mt., C. Africa, I. 306 
Doroesticiition of Animals — Haustierc, 

etc. : E. Hahn, VII. 338 f 
Dominica — 

Agricultural capabilities of : CO. Xaftel, 
XIII. 217 1 

Geological and physical development of 
Barbudoos and : J. W. 8poucer, XX. 

561 1 
E. H. L. Krause's journeys in, II. 280 f 
Trade Rep., XVIL 325 1 

Dominican Republic, The : J. R. Abad, II. 
383 1 

Dominik, H.; Biography, XVIL 98 f; 
Eamerun, scchs Kriegs und Friedens- 
jahre, etc., XVIII. 306 §, 329 1^ 

Dominguez, A. M. : Disertacion hidro- 
gafica. XIII. 456 1 

, Don F. L. ; remarks on "Ex- 
plorations in Patagonia," XIV. 374 

Domira Bay, lake Xyasa, Journey from, 
to Fife : C. McKinnou, XIX. 603 ♦ 

Domitian, roads made during reign of, 

. VIIL 470 



BORA 

Don, J. B. : Notes of journey in 8. Africa, 
IL 474 1 

, W. G. : Arcbadological Notes on early 

Scotland, VII. 561 f ; Reminiscences of 
Baltic fleet of 1885, V. 400 f 

Donald, 0. W. : Cruise of BaUsna and 
Active in Antarctic seas, VIL 625 * ; Pre- 
liminary report on voyage to Antarctic, 
IL433 

Donaldson, F. : Lepcha Land^ . . . Sikhim 
Himalayas, X VI. 697 1 

, T. : Cberokees of N. Carolina, 

in. 162 1 

Donaldson mts.. New Guinea, XVI. 269 

Donaldson Smith, A. : sea Smith 

Donat, F. von: Pontine Marshes, VIL 
439 1 

Don Cossacks — Wirthschaftliche und knl- 
turelle Lage der Don'schen Kosaken, 
XVIII. 322 1 

Dondin I. of Friar Odoria identification, 
XV. 277 ; Do., R. du Caillaud on, VIL 
659; Dondiin et Ics Philippines: A. 
Gumrn^ y Marti, X. 455 f ; £1 Archi- 
pielago D. : Id. y R. du Caillaud, XI. 

91 t 
Donegal — 

In dark Donegal, VIIL 529 1 

Map : Bartholomew, X. 559 

Mineral industry of U.K., X., Donegal, 

XVIL 319 1 

and Antrim, Highways and by- 
ways in, : S. Gwynn, XVH. 86 f 

Donga river, Benue, XIV. 632 

Dongola et la Nubie : O. Abbate Pacha, X. 

551 1 

Expedition of 1896: A. H. Atte- 

ridge, X. 340 1; Map: W. and A. K. 

Johnston, VIL 573 1 
Dongorreh, Somaliland, XL 17 
Donkyr, C. Asia : sec Taukar 
Donne, L'isola dollo, Viaggio ad Engano 

di E. Modigliani, HI. 438 1 
Donner, O. : Voyage on Turkestan et en 

Dzoungario . . . , XIX. 652 f 
Donnet, F. : Anversois aux Canaries, VII. 

112 1; Deux lettres de Bory de Saint 

Vincent, XIX. 662 f; Emigrations 

anciennes des Anversois, IX. 573 f 
Donos Group, Caucasus, I. 63 
Donovan, 0. H. W. : With Wilson in 

Mutalxileland, IV. 578 f 
Donsen, M.: Klein-Tibet, XVIU. 230 f 
Donye Xgai, E. Africa, VI. 275 
Donyu Elgon, Br. E. Africa, XIV. 283 

Ronyu, XIV. 283 

Doobaunt lake, N. Canada, IV. 444 
Doolittlc, C. Ij. : Variation of terrestrial 

latitude, XII. 329 f 
Dooman, I. : Influence of Greco-Persian 

art on Japanese arts, X. 455 f; XIV. 

679 1 
Doorman, J. G. : Die Niederlandisch West- 

IndiHche Compagnic an der Gold-Kiiste, 

XIII. 563 1 
Dom Baltoa valley, V. 70 



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DCMIOKSSIEB 

Dorchester, Roman site at, X. 520 

Doreoptii of New Guinea, IV. 45 

Bordogne, Miae en cnltare des terres de 
bruy^ree de : R. Bouilhac, VII. 107 1 

Dorfo, R. de : La r^pnblica di Colombia e 
la sua dtoazione economica, X. 457 f 

Bonnoy, M. : Mascaret de la Seine, I. 81 f 

Dom, A. : Die Seehafen des Weltverkebis, 
IV. 91 1 

Domin, P. : Dans le nord da Sndan fran- 
9ai8, XVIII. 232 f ; Dn Sondan au Maroc 
et It r Algerie, XVIII. G40 f ; La ques- 
tion de la Tripolitaine, XX. 357 1 ; La 
qneation mnsulmane dans le Centre 
Africain, XX. 557 1 

Bomseiifen, I.: Java (map), IX. 690 f; 
Soematra, Bangka, etc., IX. 691 f 

Dorset and Wilts, Handbook : J. Murray, 
XIV. 677 1 ; Rainfall, etc., in Dorset : 
H. S. Eaton, XL 1931, 194 1; XVL 
574 1 

Dorsey, G. A. : Archieological investiga- 
tions on Island of La Plata, Ecuador, 
XIX. 402 1 ; Bibliography of anthropo- 
logy of Peru, XIL 543 f; Bootfahrten 
zwischen Haida- und Tlingit-Dorfern, 
XIII. 456 1 : Observations on collection 
of Papuan crania, XI. 319 1 

, J. O. : Study of Siouan cults, VI. 

196 1 
Dortmund-Ems Canal, Germany, V. 379 ; 

XI. 191 1; Do.: Hermann, XX. 350 f; 

Dortmund-Eeroskanaal : A. A. Beek- 

man,XIL 536 1 
Dortsman, A.: Docmnonteu betreffendo 

de ontdckkingstochten van, VII. 683 f 
Doubouca, Grotte de ; J. Cvijid, VII. 439 1 
Doubs et de la Loue, Lea rcseaux hydrogra- 

phiques du : E. Fournier, XVI. 360 f 
Donchet, H. : La Prinoipaute d'Andorre, 

etc., XI. 564 1 
Doughty, A. G. : Probable site of battle of 

the Plains of Abraham, XVII. 450 1 
, M. : Afoot tlirough Kaslimir 

vaUey8,XX. 123 1 
Douglas, 0. E. : Gill memorial awarded 

to, IX. 555 ; X. 109 
and A. P. Harper; explorations 

in Wostland Alps, N.Z., V. 61 • 

-, Hon. J. : Asia and Australasia, 



XX. 470 1: Islands and inhabitants of 
Torres Straits, XVII. 214 f; Past and 
Present of Thursday I. aud Torres Straits, 
XVL 128t 

-, J. : Consolidation of the Iroquois 



Confederacy, X. 122 f 

^ Miis M. : Across Greenland's 

ice-fields, IX. 466 1 

, R. K. : China, XIII. 677 1 

-, W. : Climbers' camp at Coruisk, 



XIII. 319 1; Explorations on Loch 
Coruisk and Coolin Hills, XIIL 427 
Douglass, A. E: Ascent of Popocatepetl, 
X. 651 1: Altitudes of Orizaba and 
Popocatepetl, XII. 213 1; Effects of 
h^h mountain climbing, XII. 220 f 



DRAEHEBT 

Donlioi, H. : Journal du voyage fait snr la 
cote ouest de Madagascar, III. 532 f 

Doutte, E. : Djebahi du Maioc, XV. 82 f ; 
Excursion dans la region foresti^re du 
Cap Bougarone, X. 456 f; Mission 
d'etudes an Maroc, XIX, 375 §, 657 f 

Dove, K. : Beitrage zur Geographic von 
S.W. Afrika, UI. 439 f; IV. 271 §; 
Ergebnisso einer . . . Reise im sUdlichen 
Dtumaraland, IX. 239 f ; Geographische 
Bezeiohnungen in der Namasprache, 
XVII. 323 1 : Eriegssohauplatz in Sud- 
afrika, XVI. 251 f : Landschaft . um 
Windhoek, VIII. 652 1 ; Meteorologische 
Beobachtungen aus den Deutschen 
Schutzgebieten, XIX. 112 f; on pros- 
pects of Germ. 8.W. Africa, V. 485; 
Reiseroute zwischen dem Ehous-Ge- 
birge und dem Swakab-Thal, IX. 247 ; 
Swakopmnnd einst und jetzt, XIX. 
233 1 ; Von Walflschbai nach Otjinbin- 
gue, L84t; Wissenschaftliohe Aufga- 
ben in Sudwestafrika, X. 176, 229 1 

Dove glacier, Franz Josef Land, X. 189 

Dover Harbour Works : J. C. Coode and W. 
Matthews, XVL 363 1 

, Straits of. Surveys, IX. 656; Tidal 

Currents, etc. : W. U. Moore, XV. 445 1 

Dovey Estuary, N. Wales, Sand- Wave 
Observations at, XVIU. 190 

Dowding, H. W. : map showing Surveys, 
etc., from Quito down Rio Napo, VII. 
121 1 

Dowling, D. B. : Geological Survey of 
Canada, General index, XVII. 555 1 : 
Physical geography of Red River valley, 
XIX. 774 1 ; XX. 454 § ; Report on . . . 
vicinity of Red Lake, etc., VIII. 191 1, 
299 § 

, R.: Study of the river, XVII. 

564 1 

, T. E. : Kerak in 1896, VIII. 651 f 

Down, T. C. : Adventures at Klondike, 
XIIL 94 1 

Downes, R. H. B. : Determination of longi- 
tude in land surveying, XIL 545 f 

Downing, A. M. W. : Biography, X. 343 f ; 
Cloud statistics for stations in India, 
etc., X. llUf; Date-line in the Pacific, 

XV. 415 ; ♦ Precession tables, etc., XV. 
447 1; Taylor's General Catalogue of 
stars for the Eauinox, XVIII. 340 f; 
Where the day changes, XVL 587 1 

Downs, South, geological formations, XV. 

209,215; loads, XV. 223 
Doyen's Done, Ismailia, XV. 3, 27 
Doyle, J.: Magnetical dip & declination 

in Philippine Is., XX. 467 f 
, K. D. : Rio del Fuerte of Mexico, 

XVI. 582 1 
-, P. J. : Tifones del Arcliipielago 



Filipino, XVL 248 1 
Dozy, R. : Vesperas do Contenario, VII. 

439 1 
Draenert, F. M. : Hohenklima des Staates 

Minas Geraes, XL 202 f 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



DBAOOH.FUSB 

Dragon-flies, Geographical distribution 
of: G. H. Carpenter, XIL 218 f 

Dragon lake, Pamirs, VIIL 244, 246 

Dragonni^re et de Midroi, Les rivieres 
sonterraines de la : P. Baymond, X. 646 f 

Dragon's cave, Majorca, X. 510 

Dragoona, M. : Pokushai za Bibliographiju 
o Tsomoi Gori sastatvno, I. 374 1 

Drnhc, A. : Kiao-Tcb^u, XVII. 87 1 

Drainage modifications and their interpre- 
tation : M. R. Campbell, IX. 112 f 

Drake, Sir Francis, VIL 889 1; Drake 
and the Tudor Navy : J. S. Corbett, XI. 
527, 574 1 

, N. F. : Geological reconnaissance 

of Indian territory, XII. 327 1 ; Topo- 
graphy of California, XI. 97 f 

Drakensbergen, Notes on geology : F. F. 
Churchill, XIV. 387 f 

Dranse river, A. Delebecque*8 observa- 
tions, in. 284 

Drapeyron, L. : A travers TAllemagne 
du Nord, XVII. 444 1; biography, 
G. Regelsperger, XVIL 682 f; Cal- 
oul geographique . . . de Carthage, 
XI. 95 1 ; Comment Michelct est 
devenu historien et geographo, XIII. 
loot; XIV. 235 1; Co-ordination en 
g^graphie, XI. 461 1 ; Enqu^to sur la 
premiere grande carte topographique, 
XIX. 392 1 ; F. Coello, J. V. Barbier, 
etc., XrV. 124 1; J. R. Zannoni, XI. 
324 1 ; lia vie et les travauz . . . de 
C. de Thury, IX. 345 f; Le general 
Tricoche, XVI. 590 f ; Le premier atlas 
national et la Menipp^ de Tours, V. 
403 1; Les Capitaines, gardions du 
depdt de I'observatoire, etc., VII. 684 1 ; 
Notice biographique sur Christian 
Gamier, XIII. 687 1; Travaux geo- 
graphiques de Cassini de Thury, VIII. 

425 1 
Dratzigsee in Pommem: W. Halbfass, 

XVII. 85 1 
Dravidian races in Makran, VII. 889 
Dresser, J. A. : Physical Geography of 

. . . Appalachian Mt. System, XVII. 

451 1 

Drew, F., Woodcut of Peak E, by, letter 
from H. H. Godwin-Austen on. III. 481 

Driencourt, Rollet do I'lsle, et Laporte : 
Rapport sur les missions hydro- 
grapniques de Madagascar, XII. 632 f 

Drift-bottles and surface currents: G. 
Schott, XIII. 686 1 

Drift-casks for investigation of Polar 
currents, XIL 194; XIV. 326; XVIII. 
627 ; Drift casks to determine Arctic 
currents : H. G. Bryant, XV. 443 1 

Drift-dams in Lake District, VII. 619 

Drift-ice ; in North Polar basin, IX. 480, 
491 ; observations on, XIV. 544 ; Om 
drifisen i Norra Atlantcn : O. Pettcrsson, 
XVII. 454 1; Studies among drift-ice 
of Polar seas : A. PI Nordenskiold. XI. 
492 ; 9e€ also Arctic, Antarctic 



DBT0AL8KI 

Drin river, Albania, XL 422, 424 
Drinking-water in the Tropics ; Berg^ on, 

XIL 423 
Drioton, C. : Les Cavernes de la C6te- 

d'Or, X. 546 f 
Drizhenko, T. BL : Expedition to Lake 

Baikal, IX. 663 ; XI. 92 f, 143 1 i XIX. 

754 
Drolma Nam-tso, Tibet, III. 872 note 
Dromard, Lieut. : Surveys, Ivory Coaat, 

XVII. 661 
Dromaux, Pbre ; expedition to Karema, 

Tanganyika, XIII. 585 
Dronke, A. : W. Wolkenhauer, XIL 54« f 
Droogmans, H. : Carte du Bas-Oongo, 

XIV. 565 §, 694 1 ; XVIII. 652 1 ; XX. 
678 1; Le Congo, IX. 288 1; Notices 
sur le Bas-Congo, XIX. 771 f 

Droppers, G: Population of Japan in 

Tokugawa period, V. 507 1 
Drovetti : tee Frediani 
Drude, O. : Ausbildung der pflanzengeo- 

graphischen Kartographie, XIX. 407 f ; 

Yews in N.W. Germany, VIU. 634 
Drug trade in foreign countries, XIII. 

99t 
Druids, Irish, and old Irish religions : J. 

Bonwick, IV. 91 1 

Drummond, A. T. : Canadian lake of 
subterranean inflow, XV. 180 

Drunkie, Loch ; soundings, XV. 324,352 ; 
temperatures, XV. 334 

Druzes of Bashan, V. 22 

Dryepondt : Climat et Thygifene au Congo, 
VIII. 417 1 ; Mission meiicale au Congo, 
XI. 459 1 

Dryer, C. R. : Eskers and esker lakes of 
N.E. Indiana, XVIIL 98 §; Geography 
as a university study, XL 575 f; 
Lessons in physical geography, XIX. 
239 1> 629 §; Organization of geo- 
graphy, XVII. 683 1; Studies in 
Indiana geography, XL 818 1 

Drygalski, E. von: Advantages of 
Antarctic exploration, XII L 407 ; 
Bericht fiber den Verlauf . . . der 
Gronlsnd Expedition, lU. 850 f ; Bio- 
graphy, XVIIL 348 1; Der gegen- 
wartigo Stand-punkt der Polarfor- 
schung, VII. 337 1 : Die Aufgaben der 
Forschung am Nordpol und Siidpol, XI. 
572 1 : Die Deutsche Sudpolar-Expedi- 
tion,tXV. 444; XVIIL 279; XIX. 
404, 531, 660, 778 ; Do., auf den Schiflf 
Qaw8, XX. 223 §, . 471 1 ; Die Eisbe- 
wegung, XII. 216 1; Greenland Ex- 
pedition, IL 464; IIL 47*; German 
Antarctic expedition, XL 489 ; XV. 
444 1; XVIIL 279; Gronland-Ex- 
pedition der Gesellschaft fiir Erd- 
kunde, XL 572 f ; XIV. 231 f ; PUin 
. . . der deutschen Siidpolar-Expedition, 

XV. 443 1 ; Photographs of Greenland, 
V. 598; Skizze der Reisewes^e der 
Gronland-Expedition, III.79 f ; 8. Polar 
discovery and the ice problem, V. 590 ; 



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DBTGAL8KI 

Ueber die Bedeutung der Dentaohen 

Sudpolar-ExpoditioD, XV. 197 f 
Drvgalski, £. von, and E. Yanhofler : Yon 

der Gronland-Expedition, III. 536 f 
Da : for names with this prefix, tee under 

specifio names 
Doalas of Cameroons and their treatment 

of disease, IV. 565 
Dubh, Lochan; bathymetrical survey, 

XVIL 275 
Diibi, H. : Bergreisen und Bergsteigon 

in der Schweiz, XIX. 104 1 
Dnbinsky, Y. : Determination . . . magne'- 

tisme terrestro 2i Kamencts-Podohik, 

Khotine, et Odessa, XIII. 211 1 
Dubois, A. : Beveil de la tendance dcs 

Beiges k s'expatrier, XYII. 566 f 
, E. : Circolation of carbonate of 

lime and age of the earth, XYIII. 

647 1; Over den onderdom der aarde, 

XYII. 97 1 
, F. : Explorations in bend of the 

Niger, XI. 668; Tombouctou la 

mysterieuse, IX. 106 f 

-, G. : Die Keloet-Eruption . . . , 



XX. 128 1 

-, M. : Enseignement de la G^- 



graphie ^conomiqae, XYII. 456 1; La 
Noavelle Cal^onle, IX. 683 1; Ia 
Tnnisie, XIY. 228 f; Les colonies et 
Tenseignement geographique, YIII. 
534 1 ; L*Hydrographic doe eanx 
donees, IIL 256 f, 427; ^yst^mes 
oolonianx et penples colonisateurs, YI. 
588 1; YIL 193§ 

-, et G. Guy: Albnm geogra- 



phique, XI. 460 1 ; XII. 331 f 

-, et J. G. Kergomard : Prdcis 



de geographie economiqne, XI. 688 f ; 
XX. 472 1 

et A. Terrier: Les Colonies 



fran^aises, XIX. 242 f, 783 f 

K.: Le Tonkin en 1900 



XYIL 87 1 
Dubonrg de Bozas, Yicomtc : Expedition 

in Abyssinia, XYIU. 89; XIX. 755; 

XX. 229 §, 557 1 
Dubrenoq, B. : Les operations Chaltin 

dans le Haut-Uell^, XUI. 561 f ; Les 

populations naines de I'Afrique, XIY. 

117 1 
Duokerts, M. J. : L'Ame'rique centrale, 

X YH. 94 1 
Dnclaux, E. : Atmospheric actinometry, 

etc., X. 233 1, 653 1 
Duoommun, E. : A. Schailter et la Soci<^te 

de Geographie de Berne, XIII. 219 f 
Ducret, P. : Exploitation . . . du Nioro, 

XIL434t 
Dudley, W. R. : Forest ceservations, etc., 

YIII. 192 1 
Duerden, J. E. : Distribution of Actinaria 

of Jamaica, XII. 218 f 
Duff, A. W. : Seiches on Bay of Fundy, 

X. 234 1 ; Tidal phenomena of Bt. John 

river, X. 650 1 ; XL 454 f 



DUVBAB 

Duff, Grant : eee Grant Duff 

, H. H., Letters on 8hwe-li and Tai- 

ping rivers, XX. Ill, 462 
-, U. F. : Prehistoric ruins of Bio 



Tularosa, XI. 201 1 

Duffart, C: Carte de Masse, XIL 440 1 ; 
Distribution geographique des dunes, 
etc., XII. 91 1 ; La magnetite des dunes 
de Gascogne, XII. 321 f; Le Bassin 
d'Arcachon, IX. 335 f; Le lao de 
Lacanau en 1700 et 1900, XX. 666 f; 
Les anoiennes bales de la Gascogne, 
YIL 560 1 ; Les embouchures et les lits 
anciens do TAdour, etc., IX. 557, 573 1 ; 
Sur r&ge des dunes et des etangs de 
Gascogne, XIX. 227 t ; Topographie 
. . . des lacs de Cazaux et dc Parentis- 
en-Bom, XIII. 675 1 

Duff Is. : $ee Taumaco 

Dufferin and Ava, Marquis of; obituary, 
XIX 384 

Duflle,' Sudan, IX. 370 ; XX. 615 ; 
position, IX. 390 

Dufour, C. : I^s poussi^res et la trans- 
paronoe de Fair, YIII. 424 f 

, H. : La recoloration des Alpes 

api^ le ooucher du soleil, YIL 219 f 

Dufresne, Dr. E. : E. Chaix, XIY. 124 f 

Dugast, G. : First Canadian woman in the 
North-West . . . Marie A. Gaboury, 
XX. 473 1 

Dughun, Wadi, Tripoli, IX. 629 

Duhmig, K. : Der Berg Athos,L 181 1 

Duhuk, Persia, X. 580 

Duignan, W. H. : Staffordshire place- 
names, XX. 122 1 

DujardiD-Beauroefz, F. : Le oommeroo de 
la Chine, X. 549 1 

Duke, J. : Inoe*s Kashmir Handbook, I. 

181 1 
Duke of York I., Antarctic, XYI. 390; 

XYII. 486 
Dukhi river, Nile, IX. 374 
Dulcigno, Montenegro, lY. 391 
Dulio, E. : I Commerci del Benadir, 

XYII. 449 1 
Dulit, mt, Borneo, C. Hose's joumev to, I. 

197 ; Fauna, I. 201 
Dnmba town and people, W. Africa, XIY. 

632 
Dumble, E. T. : Soils of Texas, YIL 334 1 
Dume, dwarf tribe, E. Africa, YIII. 225 
Dumenl, A.: L* Esprit des Croisades au 

XY*"" Sifecle, YI. 398 1 
Dumi lake, Tana river, lY. 299 
Dumont, A. : Depopulation dans TOrne, 

XL 447 1 
Dun, W. S. : Eoonomio geology of N. S. 

Wales, XYIL 96 1 
Duna river. Western, Historical and geo- 
graphical sketch of: Y. Sapunov, 11. 

561 1 
Duncan, E. : Scottish races, etc., XI. 89 1 
Dundas, F. G. : Expedition up Jub river, 
1. 209 ♦ ; Exploration of rivers Tana 
and Jub, I. 376 1 ; obituary, XIIL 545 



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DVVBAS L 

Dnndas L, Paoiflc, YI. 834 

Dandee I., Antarctio, II. 437; VII. 638, 
685 

Dundry Hill, Excnraion to : S. S. Buck- 
man, XIX. 651 1 

Danes : see Sand-dunes 

Dungan Rebellions, Country of: M. Bell, 

VIII. 309 1 ; Tungani race, V. 252 
Dungbure mts., Mongolia, III. 369 
Dungeness, Admiralty Bur?ey of, XII. 

70 ; beach of, XI. 649, 651 ; XII. 541 ; 
Dungeness Foreland: F. P. Gulliver, 

IX. 536 ♦ ; X. 454 1 

Dunham, R. W. : Maize and its Uses 

XIV. 234 1 
Danker, E. : on changes in river courses, 

III. 239; Wirkung der Flusse auf die 

Gestalt . . . derErdoberflache,IU.76t 
Dunkirk — Ce qu'a codtc le Port do Dun- 

kerque, etc., H. Terquem, XVII. 84 f 
Dunmail Raise, On origin of: R. D. 

Oldham, XVII. 300 §; XVIII. 323 1 
Dunmore, Earl of : Joumeyings in Pamirs, 

II. 885 § ; letter on criticism of his book, 

IV. 180 ; Note on Map, II. 402 ; The 
Pamirs, III. 70 1, 115 § 

Dunn, E. J. : Notes on Dwyka Coal 
Measures at Vereoniging, XVI. 370 f 

Dunravon, Earl of : Self-instruction in 
. . . Navigation, XVI. 690 §, 708 1 

Dunstan, B. : Clermont Coal Measures, 
XVIII. 838 1 ; Report on do., XVIII. 
286 1; Report on . . . Country between 
Warren and Mt. Lion, XVI. 586 f ; on 
Geology of Dawson and Mackenzie 
rivers, XX. 361 f ; on Coal Measures of 
Stanwell, XIV. 464 f 

, W. R. : Coal Resources of India, 

etc., XIX. 752 § ; XX. 123 f 

Duparo, L., et F. Pearoe : Reclierches 
geologiques . . . sur TOural du Nord, 
XX. 552 1 ; Roches eruptives du Tilai- 
Eamen, XIX. 228 f 

Duperry, Adm. ; visit to Gilbert Is., VI. 
335 

Duploix, Le deuxieme centenaire de : G. 

Bonvalet, IX. 468t 
Duponchcl, A.: La circulation des vents 
et de la pluie, 1. 186 f ; VI. 100 1 ; VII. 
118; La colonisation africaine et le 
chemin de fer de Madagascar, XI. 568 f ; 
do.,et les chemins de fer transsaharicns, 

XV. 83 1 ; Les actions planetaires et la 
tempe'rature terrestre, XVI. 588 1 ; 1^8 
barrages de retenuo et I'amenagement 
des eaux courantcs, VIII. 195 f; Les 
inondations et la charite collective, 

XVI. 120 1 ; Les taches solaires et les 
variations de la temperature, XI. 321 f^ 
Madagascar: chemins de fer, X. 551 1> 
552 1; Nouvelle theorie cosmogoniquo, 
Vn. 220 1; IX. 689 t; XIV. 125 1; 
Questions de politique coloniale, XVI. 
590 1 

Dupuy, P. : Le sol et la croissance de 
Paris, XVL 484 f 



DV8T-FALI 

Durance ; Depots glaciaires . . . du bassin 

de la: W. Kilian et A. Penck, VII. 

220 1 ; Deux syst^mcs de plis con j agues 

dans: E. Haug, VIL 220 f 
Dumnd, A.: Making of a frontier, XV. 

191 1, 517 § 
, E. R. : Autumn tour in W. Persia, 

XX. 556 1 

-, F. N. : Les Mois du So'n-Phdng, 



XVIII. 455 1 

-, J. : Chez les Ouebias, en Nouvcllo- 



Caledonie, XVU. 95 1 
, Sir M. : remarks 



on ** Recent 
journeys in Persia," X. 595 

-, T., et H. Schinz : Flore de TEtat 



inde'pendant du Congo, XL 313 f 

et G. do Lapouge : Mate'riaux 



pour Tanthropologie de TAveyron, XII. 
321 1 

Durand-Groville, E. : Aurores boreales 
VIIL423t; IX. 112 1; Determination 
du point sans sextant, IX. 582 f ; gyro- 
scope for latitudes and longitudes, IX. 
565 

Dnrand-Lapie, P. : Lo Comte d'Escayrao 
deLauturc, XVL494t 

Durazzo, trade, XIII. 676 1 

Durban, W. : Russia as it is, IX. 678 f ; 
Trans-Siberian Railway, XIV. 680 1 

Dur^gne, E. : Dunes primitives . . . de 
la cote de Gasoogne, IX. 676 1 : Mode 
dc formation des dunes primaires de 
Gascogne, X. 225 1, 634 § 

Durham, Plan of: J. Bartholomew, L 

572 1 
Durier, C. : Catastrophe de Saint-Gervais- 
les-Bains, 1. 179 f ; Vosuve et Capri, IX. 

3.36 1 
Duric-Weino valley, Somaliland, XL 140 
Durmitor Mt, Montenegro, IV. .S92 
Duro, C. F. : El Derecho i. la occupaoion 
de territories en la Costa occidental do 
Africa, XVIII. 110 1 ; Jnan Cousin 
verdadero descubridor de Ame'rica, IV. 
91 1 ; Los Cabotos Juan y Sebastian, II. 
282 1; Relacion breve . . . viaje que 
hizo A. de MendaBa, VII. 684 f ; Tadeo 
Hacnke, XX. 473 1 
Durr, L. : Die Karenen, XL 195 1 
Durra river, Abyssinia, XVIII. 50 
Duruksh, Persia, XIX. 151 
Daruma country. Water-holes of, II. 116 
Duruy, V. : Mission dans le Nord-Ouest de 

Madagascar, XIV. 387 f 
Dusen, K. F. : Om Sphagnaoeernas 

Utbredning i Skandinavien, VI. 194t 
Dusen, P.: Flora der Insel Jan Mayen, 
XVIII. 555 1 : XIX. 531 1 : Fr&n Pata- 
goniens vestkust, etc., XL 203 1 ; journey 
across S. America, XL 184; Kameruu- 
omr&det, VIL 443 f ; Kartlaggning- 
en af Kcjsar Frans Josefs fjord och 
Konung Oscars Qord, XVII. 326 1; 
Vaxtfynd fr&n nordoetra Qriinland, 
XVllL 339 1 
Dust-fall— Bericht ubor auf dem Meere 



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beofaaohteto Staubfalle, XII. 638 f ; 
Staubfall von Marz, 1901, in Nord- 
Afrika, etc.: G. Hellmann und W. 
MeinarduB, XIX. 780 f ; XX. 107 § 

Dnst particles in the atmosphere, etc., 
Number of: J. Aitken, VIII. 424 f 

storms at Niya, 0. Asia, IX. 549 

Dutch : gee Holland 

East Indies : see East Indies, Dutch 

New Guinea : iee New Guinea 

Guiana : $ee Guiana, Dutch 

Duthie, J. F.: Botany of Chitral relief 
expedition, XIII. 320 f ; Report on 
botanical tour in Kashmir, V. 281 1 

Dutrait : Topographic anciennc des e'tangs 
de Honrtin et do Lacanau, VIII. 514 §, 
527 1 

Dutreuil de Rhins ; Biography : W. 
Wolkenhauer, IX. 538 1; death, IV. 
276, 572 ; St. G. Littledale on, V. 484 ; 
S. Hedin on, V. 380 ; explorations in 
C. Asia, III. 57 ; VI. 279 ; letter from 
F. Grcnard on, XIV. 328; Forsch- 
ungsreise in Central Asien, IX. 104 1; 
Mission scientiflque dans la Haute 
Asie, XI. 450 1; XIII. 169§, (atlas) 
573 1 ; XIV. 91 § , 225 f, 442 § 

Dutt, W. A. : Highways and Byways in 
R Anglia, XVII. 672 f ; Norfolk, XX. 

553 1 
Dntta, P. N. : Geology of country along 
Mandalay — Kunlon Ferry railway route, 

XVL577t 
Duveyrier, H. : Itineraire de Tdemsftn k 
Meltla, II. 479 1 ; Telemsan k Melila en 

1886, III. 346 1 
Duvier, C, and F. Schroder: 8ur les 

routes du Mont-Blanc, IX. 335 1 
Duysters, E. : Impressions d'Egypte, X. 

340t 

Dwarf domestic animals of Pygmies: R. G. 
Hali burton, X. 555 f 

races of Africa, VI. 468 ; of Somali- 
land, VIII. 225, 235, 237 ; of C. Africa 
and Kamerun, XIII. 196; of Oarollno 
Is., XIII. 124 

Dwcmpindn, W. Africa ; position, IX. 390 

Dwerryhouso, A. R. : Glaciation of Tecs- 
dale, Weardale, and Tyne valley, XX. 
553t 

Dwirat, Tunis, XI. 5aS, 589 

Dyaks, of Borneo, XVIII. 297 ; Name of 
Dyak, H. Ling Roth on, VII. 432 

Dybowski, J.: Itineraire dans FAfrique 
Centrale, I. 94 1, 165 §; Journeys in 
French Congo, IV. 176; Organisation 
d'un voyage d'exploration, XIV. 347 t ; 
La route du Tchad, du Loango au Chan, 
II. 380 1 ; III. 503 § 

Dye, A. H. : Le Bahr el Ghazal, etc., XX. 
557 1; Les voies de transport dans le 
Haut Oubangui, XV. 437 f. Positions 
geographiques detcrminees astrono- 
mlquement en Afrique centrole, etc., 

XIX. 505 §,665 1 
Dyea pass and river, Alaska, XII. 22 



EABTH 

Dyer, E. J. : Colony of Victoria, IX. 466 1 ; 

Routes and Mineral Resources of N.W. 

Canada, XI. 455 f 

, H. : Mt. \\Tiituey trail, I- 568 1 

, T. ; remarks on " Expedition to the 

Hadramut," IV. 331 
Dymchurch wall, IX. 542, 545 
Dzhanashvali : Georgian annals and 

historians on N. Caucasus and Russia, 

XI. 568 1 
Dzhorbcnadzc, C. : Negoiti village and its 

inhabitants, XI. 568 f 
Dzungaria, Klementz' journeys in, XIII. 

658 



E 



Eaglehawk and Crow, Australian abo- 
rigines : J. Matthews, XIV. 685 f 
foment river. Lake district, VI. 615 
Earth (tee also CV)ntiuents. ()coanography ; 
for delineation on globSj see Globe 

Age de la terre, Sur 1* : M. P. Rudzki, 
XVIII. 340 1 

Age of the Earth : C. King, I. 185 f ; 
Circulation of carbonate of lime and 
age of the Earth, X VIII. fJ47 f ; Ago 
of tlie Earth and sodium of the sea : 
A. R. Hunt, XVIII. 249 1 ; Age of 
the Earth as an abode fitted for life : 
Lord Kelvin, XIV. 123 f, 232 f, 465 f ; 
Geological age of the VjMth. : J. Joly, 
XVI. 373 1, 588 ; XVII. .563 f ; L'ago 
des formes topograpliiqucs : A. do 
Lapparent, V. 183 1 ; Ouderdom dcr 
Aarde: E. Dubois, XVIL 97 f: Solu- 
bility of calcium carbonate in sea- 
water : E. Cohen and H. Rakon, 
XVIIL647t 

Ansichten Uber das Erdinnero, XV. 88 f 

Antlitz der Erde : E. Suess, XIX. 1 11 f ; 
French edition : see heloWf Face 

Area of land, A. Oppel on, I. 363 ; On 
areas of land and water of the globe : 
H. Wagner, VI. 100 1, 576 § 

Asymmetry of Northern Hemisphere : 
Suess, XIII. 308 f, 328 f 

Ban der Erdkruste: A. Philippson, 
VIL 220 1 

Bildungsgeschichte der Erdrinde: E. 
Zache, X. 461 f 

Configuration of earth's surface : Sir J. 
Lubbock, VI. 545 • ; XV. 46 ♦ ; XVI. 
2.57 t 

Cooling of the earth as a cause of 
evolution, R. Quinton's observations, 
IX. 563 

Crust of the Globe : J. L. Lobley, XII. 
439 1 

Curvature of the Earth and refraction : 
R. Reber, in. 537 1 

De la pretendn sphe'ricite' de la terre 
connu des anciens Egyptiens : Abbato 

Pasha, L 57 It 
DeTormation tetrae'drique de la terre : 
M. Bertrand, XVI. 130 f, 282 § 



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EABTH 

Barth — oontinued. 

Density of the Earth, mean : J. H. 

Pointing, III. 537 1 : Bestimmung 

der mittleren Dichte dor Erde : Rein, 

XV. 87 1; Dichte der Erde: Prof. 

Tumlirz, II. 375 §, 567 f 
Directions conjugne'es dee plissements 

et fractures de IVcorce terrestre: A. 

8ouleyre, XV. 556 f 
Distribution of soil on surface of; A. 

von Tillo's investigations, I. 363 
Diuturnal theory ; W. Andrews, XV. 

558t 
Divisions of zones of the Earth : F. 

Minutelli, I. 380 1 
Earth a great magnet, the : J. A. 

Fleming, XI. 104 1 
Earth sculpture or origin of land-forms : 

J. Geikie, XIIL 328 1 
Earth's surface, and solar energy, I. 

541*; Causes of changes of, II. 

524 ; forms of, V. 577 ; Study of, U. 

855 
Erde, Die : F. Heiderioh, Vn. 684 1 
als Gauzes, Die : J. Hann, IX. 

list 

und das Leben : F. Ratzel, XIX. 



500 § 
Erdmagnetismus nnd Erdgestalt: A. 

Schmidt, VII. 338 1 
Erdoberflache : A. Penck, XI. 687 1 
Erste Entwiokelung unserer Erde : P. 

Engelbrethsen, XIX. 238 f 
Essay on theory of the Earth: M. 

Cuvier, trs. R. Kerr, II. 383 f 
Estimates and causes of crastal shorten- 
ing : C. R. Van Hise, XI. 573 1 
Etudes synth^tiques sur la forme de la 

terre : R. de Girard, XIL 545 f 
Extension ancienne des terres australes: 

F. Prion, V. 183 t 
Face de la terre : E. Suess, XI. 321 1, 

440 § ; XVL 130 f 
Face of the earth : C. Lapwortb, VI. 

395 1 
Feste Erdrinde und ihre Formen : K. 

Briickner, XVIL 216 f 
Geographical conditions of the Earth, 

III 125 
Gestaltimgspriucip der Erde: P. 

Reibisch, XIX. 780 f 
Gross topography of the globe : G. L. 

CoUie, XVIL 326 f 
History of the Earth : R. D. Roberts, L 

379 1 
Hypothesis of support of the continents : 

M. Rateau, II. 477 t 
Influence de Thomme sur la terre : A. 

Woeikof, XVIII. 648 f 
Is the Earth a planet? C. Robertson, 

V. 402 1 ; X. 345 1 
Magnetic state of the earth, XL 523 
Mean radial variation of the globe : J. 

L. Lobley, XL 105 f 
Measurement, XIIL 685 f ; XV. 444 f ; 

A. Fowler, X. 232 f 



SABTH PILLABB 

Earth — eontinued. 

Model of ithe Earth : T. Jones, VI. 
400 1; Proposed gigantic model: A. 
R. Wallace, VUI. 195 f 

Morphology : tee Geomorphology ; 
Land forms 

Movements in crust (tee also Earth- 
quakes, helow) — Earth-crust moTe- 
ments and their causes : J. le Gonte, 

IX. 669, 685 1 ; XIIL 568 1 ; Hypo- 
thesis to account for: J. W. Powell, 
XL 573 1 ; Contraction theory of, R. 
Sieger on, 11. 174 ; Epeirogenic uplift : 
W.Upham, IV. 380 1 ; Mouvements de 
Te'corce terrestre: A. de Lapparent, 

X. 233 1 ; Mouvement de rotation de 
I'eorco solide du globe : F. Folie, 
XV. 556 1; Movements of Earth's 
crust : J. MUne, VII. 229 ♦ ; 
Wrinkling of. Walker on, IX. 651 

Notions generales sur Teoorce terrestre : 

A. de Lapparent, XI. 103 1 
Oceans and Continents, J. W. Gregory 

on distribution of, XIL 527 
Origin of land-forms through crost- 

torsion : M. M. Ogilvie-Gordon, XVL 

457* 
Plan of the Earth, and its causes : J. W. 

Gregory, XHL 225 1 ; XIV. 465 f 
Pole of land-hemisphere ; A. Penok on, 

XIV. 98 ; Eine neue Bestimmungdes 

Pols der Landhalbkugol : H. jBey- 

thien, XIIL 219 1, 543 § 
Pressure within the Earth, Note on : C. 

S. Slichter, XL 573 1 
Problem friiheren Landzusammenhangs 

auf der sUdlichen Erdhalfto : H. 

Simroth, XIX. 780 1 
Rotation— J. Andrade, VIL 219 f ; A. 

Covet, VII. 219 1 ; Verticale Kompo- 

nento der ablenkenden Kraft dor 

Erdrotation : A. Sprung, IX. 684 f 
Story of our Planet : T. G. Bouncy, IV. 

89 1 
Symmetric tetraedrique du globe 

terrestre : A. de Lapparent, XVL 130 f 
Teilung der Erde: A. Oppel, I. 284 f; 

II. 274 § 
Temperature — Jordtemperaturbestam- 

ningar : T. Hom^n, XVL 493 1 
Terrestrial spheroid, Derivation from 

rhombic dodecahedron : 0. B. Eeyes, 

XVIII. 340 1 
Ursache der Umdrehung der Erde 

und aller Planeten um ihre Achse : 

J. Unger, XV. 676 f 
Verlauf des Geoids auf den Eontinenten 

und auf den Ozeanen : J. B. Messer- 

schmitt, XVIL 562 1 
White-hot liquid earth and geological 

time : J. Geikie, XV. 556 f 
Earth lore. Fragments of; Sketches and 

Addresses : J. Geikie, II. 282 f 
pillars — G^ographische Verbreitung 

und Natur der Erdpyramiden : C. 

Kittler, X. 653 1 ; XI. 441 



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Sarthqnakei — 

Afghanistan ; cnriouji craok, IX. 402 

Australasia, Seismological phenomena 
in, XIV. 342 f 
. Austria — Erdbeben von Brux: F. 
Beoke, XIIL 86; Im Triester 
Gebiete beobachtcten Erdbeben : 
£. Mazelle, XIIL 86 1 

Balkans, etc. — Regions balkaniques 
et rAnatolie seismique : F. de M. 
de Ballore, XYIIL 114 f 

Ecuador ; C. H. Dolby-Tyler's obser- 
vations, VIII. 177 

Germany — Das siidwestdeutsche 
Erdbeben : G. Gerland, VIIL 411 f 

Iceland, X. 536; XIIL 511 

India ; R. D. Oldham, XII. 379 ; II 
grande terremoto indiano : M. 
Baratta, XL 104 f 

Japan, Great earthquakes in, HI. 
213 * ; Distribution of earthquakes 
in: C.! Davison, X. 530 f; Japan 
Seismological Society, YIL 239; 
Soismologioal work, J. Milne on, 
L 161 

Kashgar ; Letter from G. Macartney, 
XX. 463 

Laibech, VL 78 

Lisbon — Der Erschiitterun^bezirk 
des groflsen Erdbebens zu Lissabon : 
H. Woerle, XVII. 98 f 

Mexico — Effect of Mexican earth- 
quake at Mt. Hamilton : R. Tucker, 

XV. 556 1 

Russia, Catalogue of earthquakes in : 
A. Orloff and T. Mushketoff, VI. 
186§ 
General — 

Beziehungon zwischen Erdbeben und 
Detonationon : J. Knett, XIX. 661 f 

Coincidence des phenomenes mi^teor- 
ologiques et des tremblements de 
terre avec . . . Tattractive lunaire 
et solaire : A. Krahnass, V. 92 f 

Distribution of seismic activity, X. 
131 

Earthquake Investigation Committee, 
PubUoations, XVIIL 341 f; Re- 
porte, XI. 673 1 ; XVI. 374 1 

Earthquakes and changes of level, 
IX. 229 

and the seismograph : 

R. F. Stupart, XVH. 563 1 

Earth-tremors, observations on, VU. 
244 

Einrichtung eines intemationalen 
systems von Erdbeben-Stationen, 
VIIL 425 1 

Heutigen Stand der EIrdbebenforsch- 
ung : G. Gerland, XI. 573 1 

Influences on cables, X. 282 

International earthquake observa- 
tories, Vni. 76 

Intemationalen Systems von Erdbe- 
ben-Stationen : E. Rebeux-Pasoh- 
witz, Vn. 220 



SABTS WAVES 

EarthqnakM— oonttniMd 

La Luce nel terremoto : A. Volante, 

IX. 112 1 
Large earthquakes recorded in 1899 : 

J. Milne, XVI. 448 
Movements of the Earth's crust — 

earthquakes : J. Milne, VII. 285 * 
Neuc . . . Thoorie der seismischen 

Erschoinungen : R. von Kovesli- 

gethy, XL 458 f 
Observatories for recording earth- 
quakes, VUI. 11 
Organisation der Erdbebenbeobach- 

tung, etc.: E. von Mojsisovics, 

XIIL 86 1 
Ori^n of, VII. 235 
Periodicity of : R. D. Oldham, 

XVin. 647 1 
Propagation of earthquake vibrations 

through the earth : C. G. Knott, 

XVI. 704 1 
Propositions . . . de stations seism- 

iques, VHI. 423 f 
Recent advances in seismology: J. 

Milne, XU. 329 1 
earthquakes and volcanic 

eruptions, XX. 431, 547 

seismology : J. Milne, XL 



573 1 

Riassunto della sismografla del terre- 
moto del 1894 : A. Ricc5, XIV. 
588 1; XV. 90t 

Seismic and oceanic noises : S. Kain 
and others, XIIL 98 1 

phenomena in British 

Empire : F. do M. de Balloro, IX. 

347 1 

survey of the world, Sug- 



gestions for, X. 281 

Seismograph records, VII. 251 

Seismological investigations, VII. 

238 ; X. 530 ; G. Gerland and A. 

Supan on, IX. 650 ; J. Milne, IX. 

685 1; XH. 217 1: XIV. 345 1; 

XVIL 681 1 ; appeal for, VIII. 302 ; 

International, XIV. 545 ; resolution 

by Congress on, VIH. 293 

Seismology: J. Milne, XHI. 219 f, 

544§ 
Sismosoopio elettrico a doppio effetto 
per le scosse sussultorie : G. 
Agamennone, XVI. 258 f 
Submarine earthquakes, X. 132, 136 ; 
at Kamaischi, Rein on, IX. 443; 
XJeber submarine Erdbeben : E. 
Pindulph, vn. 220 f 
Systematischen Erdbebenforschung : 

A. Supan, XL 104 f, 573 f 
Two earthquakes registered in 
Europe and at Batavia : J. P. van 
der Stok, XVIL 215 f 
Earth waves, VU. 239 — Source of 
periodic waves, etc.: H. C. Russell, 
XIV. 232 1; Suggestion for syste- 
matic observation of: J. Milne, VIIL 
423 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



XA8T 

East, The ; tea alw Asia, East- 
China, Japan, and Korea : Baron von 
Richthofen, IV. 556 ♦ ; Corea, China, 
and Japan : R. S. Gundry, V. 87 f 
Dragon and the chryBantbcmum : N. 

(h Mitchell-Innes, XI. 567 1 
Future trade in the Far East: C. C. 

Wakefield, Vin. 415 1 
Geologisch-geographlschc Reiseakizzen 

auB dem Orient: A. Philippson, X. 

117t 
Far East, its history and its question : 

A. Kraussc, X Vll. 320 f 
Itineraire descriptif de Toricnt (guide 

Joanne), VIII. 310 1 
Maps— J. Bartholomew's Special War 

Map, IV. 383 1 ; Do., Special Map, 

XVL 262 1; G. PhUip, IV. 384; 

Stanford, XVI. 378 1 
Missions in China, Corea, and Japan : 

Mrs. Bishop, X. 455 f 
Nearer East: D. G. Hogarth, XIX. 

783 1 ; XX. 641 § 
New Far Fast : A. DitSsy, XIII. 213 1 
Photographs : Mrs. I. Bishop, IX. 692 
Problems of the Far East : LordCurzon, 

V. 281t; Vn. 440t 
Resultats de la guerre entre la Chine et 

le Japon : E. C -havannes, VII. 329 f 
Sacred books of the : F. M. MuUer, I. 
^ 188 1; V. 404t 
Schauplatz dcs Kricgos zwischen Japan 

and China : Baron von Richthofcn, 

V. 87 1 
Views in the Far East : Mrs. I. Bishop, 

IX. 692 1 
East and West : E. Reclus, IV. 472 f ; 
Do. 1497-1807 : E. Salmon, IX. 583 1 

Anglia, Highways and byways in: 

W. A. Dutt, XVn. 672 1 

Cape, Siberia ; renamed Deshncf, 

XII. 609 ; Kap Deshnew bisher Ostkap : 
T. Peck, XIII. 214 1 

Creek Amphitheatre, Exploration 

of: C. B. Bradley, XIV. 120 1 

Glacier, Spitzbergen, VI. 551 

India Co.— Factory Records, XI. 

90 1 ; Letters received by, from servants, 
IX. 347*; Marine records of, VIII. 
426 1; Records: S. Wheeler, IL 150* 

East Indies- 
Portuguese records : F. C. Danvers, II. 

248 § 
Register of letters, etc., of Governor and 

of merchants of London, 1600-1619 ; 

ed. Sir G. Birdwood, II. 278 1 
Seven years in the ; H. R0mcke, III. 

loot 

Wind and weather maps : J. P. Van der 

Stok, XI. 109 1 

, I>utolL— 

Astronomische Plaatsbepalingen, etc. : 

R. P. Meyjes, XVIII. 549 f 
Atlas der Nederlandsche Bezittingen in 

Oost-Indie : J. W. Stcmfoort en J. J. 

Siethoff, XVL 137 f ; XX. 677 1 



XA8TWI0K 

East Indies, Dnteh — continued. 
Coal deposits of: J. A. Hoozc, III. 

159 1 
Colonisation hollandalse aux Indies 

orien tales: J. Plas, XII. 95 f 
Dagh-register, etc. : J. A. van der Chijs, 

tlV. 375; VIL 562; XIL 628; 

XVIL 549 1; XVIIL 324; XIX. 

653 ; J. E. Heeres and' T. van Riens- 

dijk, X. 549 f 
Eene Reis van een Noderlansche Moot : 

W. Groenveldt, X. 554 f 
Entwickelung der Kartographie von 

Niedcrlandisch-Ostindien : H. Zonder- 

van, VIIL 529 1 
Etudes . . . ooncemant les possessions 

neerlandaises, etc. : C. M. Kan, XVL 

365 1 
Goldlagerstatten in Niederlandisch 

Indicn : E. Carthaus, XX. 466 f 
Guide h travers la section dos Indcs 

neerlandaises, XVI. 375 t 
Het afbreken van onze botrekkingen 

met Bandjermasin : R. H. van der 

Kemp, XL 31 It 
Kaartbeschrijving : J. Timmerman, XL 

195 1 
List of b(X)ks relating to : M. NijhoflT, 

XX. 466 1 
Mohammedaansche Vorston in Neder- 

landsch-India : L. W. van den Berg, 

XVIIL 635 1 
Nederlandsch-Indisch Plakaatboek: J. 

A. van der Chijs, t L 375 ; IV. 375 ; V. 

281; VIL 212, 562; X. 227: XIL 

628 ; XVIIL 229 
Onderzoek van Stukkcn in hot India 

office: W. R. Bisschop, IX. 680 f 
Register . . . de Bidragcn tot de Taal-, 

Land-, en Volkcnkundo van Ned. 

Indie, XVIIL 324 1 
With the Dutch in the East : W. Cool, 

IX. 575 1 
East London : F. H. Israel und G. Rein- 

icke, XV. 487 1 
^— Main river, liabrador, V. 514 
Eastbourne ; Jolmson's map of neighbour- 
hood of, IIL 165 1 ; Plan of: J. Barthol- 
omew, VIIL 538 
Easter I. — 

Easter I. and its colossal statues : H. V. 

Barclay, XV. 443 f 
Mission k Tile dePftques : H. V. Barclay, 

XIV. 342 1 
Te Pito Te Henua, commonly called 

Easter I. : G. H. Cooke, XV. 670 1 
Zustande auf der Oster-Insel : H. Pola- 

kowsky, VII. 217 1 
Eastern Archipelago: see Malay Archi- 
pelago 

Gateway of U.S. : A. P. Brigham, 

XIII 513 • 

- World, The : C. A. Wood, XX. 



242 1 

Eastwick, R. W. E. : Deli, in Sumatra, 
III. 160 1 



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BATOH 

Eaton, D. C. : From Cairo to Beni Hassan 

XI. 569 1 
, H. B. : Rainfalli etc., in Dorset, XI. 

193 1, 1»4 1 ; XVI. 574 f 
Ebbecke : La navigation li yapeur dans 

les rapides du Yangtse-Kiang, XVU. 

673 1 
Ebeling, M. : Der Ararat, XVL 247 1; 

Die Anfertigung von Reliefg, etc., XIX. 

241 1; Vorlage des Schichten-Reliefs 

des Vesuv, X. 453 1 
Eberli, J.: Eine Fnasablenkung in der 

Ostschweiz, IL 277 1 
Ebennayer, E. : KUmatiBche Wirknng des 

Waldes auf seine Umgebung, II. 282 1» 

373 § 
£bcr8, G. : Aegyptische Stndicn und Ver- 

wandtes, XVI. 488 f 
Ebcrt, H. : Periodische Seespiegelschwank- 

ungen, XVII. 671 f ; XVIII. 84 § ; im 

Stamberger See, XX. 239 f 
, W., et J. Perchot : Sur les methode 

de M. Loewy pour la determination des 

latitudes, XV. 87 1 
Ebner, H. : 200 farbige Skizzen znr Ein- 

fUhrung in den Geograpliie-Unterricht, 

XV. 448 1 
, P. A.: Ranriserthal . . . seiner 

Geschichto nnd Knltur, IX. 676 f 
Ebn Haukal : see Ibn Hankal 
Ebstorf Map — Ebstorfkartc, eineWcltkartc 

aus dem 13 Jahrhundert: K. Miller, 

XVL 131 1 
Eccles, J. : Details of tidal observations, 

XX. 555 1 
Eckel, E. C. : Formation as basis for 

geologic mapping, XIX. 660 f 
Eckenstein, O. : ERrokorams and Kashmir, 

VnL416t 
and Hon. C. G. Bruce ; Cross- 
ing of Nusbik La pass, I. 134 
Eckersley, W. A. : Notes in E. Mashona- 

land, V. 27 • ; Obituary, VI. 83 ; Photo- 
graphs of Beira rly., IV. 584 
Eckert, M. : Das Gottesaokcr plateau in 

der Gebirgsgruppe des Ilohen Ifen, 

XVII. 442 1 ; Die Karron oder Schrat- 

ten, XII. 90 f 
Eckman's bay, advancing glacier in, IX. 

368 
Eclipse — 

In search of an, lecture by H. R. Mill, 
IX. 219 

Local particulars of total eclipse of sun, 

1901, XVL 256 1 

Nautical Almanac circular, XII. 108 f 

Total eclipse of sun, 1900 : H. D. Todd 
A 8. J. Brown, XVI. 260 1 
Economics — Comparaison du travail k la 

main et dn travail k la machine : £. M. 

Levassenr, XVL 260 f 
Ecsedcrmoores, Entsumpfung des: G. 

Czirbusz, XVII. 672 f ; Trockenlegung 

des: Id., XV. 189 1 
Ecuador — 

Arc du m^ridien de Quito, Mcsure de, 



EDMOITB 

Xouador — continued. 

XIV. 323; XVL 585 f; Do.: R. 
Bourgeois, XX. 343 §, 360 f ; Projet 
de revision de V : M. Poincare, XVI. 
356 §, 491 1; Reconnaissance de V: 
E. Maurain, XVL 356 §, 491 1 
Arch»ological investigations on Island 
of la Plata : G. A. Dorscy, XIX. 

402 1 
Bureau of American Republics, Bulletin, 

VII. 681 1 
Chart of ocean bed off, X. 264 
Earthquake shocks in, C. H. Dolby- 
Tyler's observations, VIII. 177 
Geografla y Geologia del : T. Wolf, II. 

188 1, 266 § 
Geographical map of: T. Wolf, L 477 1 
Interoceanic communication in, XIX. 

315 
Journey in : M. B. Kerr, VIIL 420 1 
Kustengebiet von Ecuador: Baron H. 

Eggors, V. 284 1 
Occidental region of: XVII. 343 
Report on roads : Haggard, I. 551 
Vulcanbergo von: A. Stiibel, XIII. 

682 1 
Western Lowland of : T. Wolf, I. 154 ♦, 

281 1 
Edo, M. : Hovat Tortenelmi Rcpertorium, 

XVII. 85 1 

Eden, Sir R. : Life and administration of : 

B. C. Steiner, XII. 641 1 
Eden river, VII. 605 
Edenside waterways, VII. 607 
Edentata of Neotropical region, V. 472, 

478 
Edgcumbe, R. : Missing page in Alpine 

history, IIL 157 1 
Edge I., Spitsbergen, XII. 150 ; J. Carolus, 

discoverer of: Sir M. Conway, XVII. 

623 • 
Edgehill Ridge, Flora of : A. MacElwee, 

XVIII. 235 1 

river. Flora of : A. MacElwee, 

XVII. 537 1 
Edge-Partington, J. : Ethnography of 

Matty I., VIIL 1931 
Edinburgh — 

Bartholomew's Pocket Guide, VIIL 

loot 

Edinburgh and its regions, geographic 

and historical : P. Gcddes, XX. 352 f 

Meteorology of: R. 0. Mossman, XII. 

205 1 
Physiography of: R. Richardson, XX. 

554 1 
Seasonal death-rate in : R. C. Mossman, 

XII. 205 1 
Some ancient landmarks of Midlothian : 

H. M. Cadell, IL 88 1 
Summer meeting for educational 

lectures, Geography at, V. 599 
Edinjik, Mysia, IX. 158 
Edmond, J. P. ; letter on " Was Australia 
discovered in the sixteenth century ? " 
XIV. 574 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.—XX. 



EDMUHD80V 

Edmundflon, G. : Swedish legend in Br. 

Guiana, XV. 668 f 
Edrisi, Geographie d* ; tre. P. A. Jaubcrt, 

VIL 647 
Ednoation — 

Board of, Special reports, X. 655 f; 
Xin. 330 t ; XX. 365 f 

Education des indigenes : P. Vidal de 
la Blache, X. 234 f 

Educational systems of . . . British 
Empire, XVIII. 242 f 

General Intelligence papers : G. Blunt, 
XVI. 375 1 

Minerva ; Jahrbuch der gelehrten Welt, 
t III. 353 ; XI. 324 ; XV. 303 ; XVII. 
218 ; XIX. 243 ' 

, Oeographloal (for text-books, 

see Geography, Geographische, and 
speeidl tubjeots), II. 331 ; VI. 5, 376, 
575 ; VII. 208 ; VIII. 3 ; IX. 430, 
602; X. 310, 446; XX. 8, 426; 
(W. M. Davis on), XII. 423 ; (Fischer 
on), IX. 649; (R. Lehmann on), V. 
590 ; (H. R. Mill on), X. 641 ; (L. 
Neumann on), VII. 665 ; (I. C. Rus- 
sell's report on Conference), VI. 576 ; 
(F. Spencer on), X. 220 ; and Army 
entrance examinations, W. Baptiste 
on. III. 148; at Manchester (A. J. 
Herbertson's report), VI. 77 ; (J. H. 
Reed on), VIII. 521 ; (appointment of 
lecturer), IV. 171 ; at New Haven, 
XIII. 688 1; at Universities (iee 
heloWf Oxford and Universities); in 
American public schools, W. B. 
Powell on. III. 523; in Austrian 
secondary schools, A. Penck on, 11. 
164; in Germany, IX. 660; (G. 
Wheeldon and Miss Dodd on), XI. 
442 ; (School tours), I. 365 ; XI. 443 ; 
(Sievors on these), IX. 650 ; m Great 
Britain, resolution by Congress on, 
Vm. 293; in Switzerland and 
North Italy : J. B. Reynolds, XV. 
92 1, 184 §; institutes for study of 
colonial geography, III. 523 ; London 
School Board conference, XIX. 
81; Papers at Genoa Congress, I. 
284 1 

Aims and practice of teaching : F. 
Spencer, X. 345 1, 446 § 

Allgemeine Erdkunde als Anhang zur 
Dcutschen Schulgeographie : A. Su- 
pan, XIV. 690 f 

Amerikanische Lehrbucher : Krug, XII. 

106 1 

Ancora sol materiale soholastico per 
rinsegnamento della Geografia: P. 
Sensini, XIII. 688 1 

Begrilndung der Lehrkauzel fur Geo- 
graphic ... an der Universit'at 
Wien : A. Penck, XVI. 706 f 

Bemerkungen zu geographischen Lehr- 
und Schulbtichern, Euirten, etc. : P. 
Wiilfel, XX. 251 1 

Beschaffung des Heimatskundlichen 



SDVOAnOV 
Xduoation, Oeographieal — txmtinued, 

Unterrichtsmaterials : R. Lehmann, 

IV. 473 t 
Better books in geography : M. Piatt, 

XII. 331 1 
Biologische Erdkunde im Schulnnter- 

richte : F. Hock, XIX. 241 f 
Books . . . dealing with teaching of 

geography : J. F. Chamberlain, XVII. 

456 1 
California State series of school tcxi- 
^ books, IV. 473 1 
Chapters on aims ... of teaching : F. 

Spencer, X. 345 f 
Child's first book; Longmans' Gcogr. 

series, VIL 67 It 

Class Excursions in Wales and England: 
J. B. Reynolds, XIX. 241 t 

Colonies et I'enseignment geographiqnc: 
M. DuboU, Vni. 534 f 

Come la geografia, nell* insegnamento 
elementoire, etc. : G. C. Constantini, 
XVni. 242 1 ; Come s'insegni la geo- 
grafia negli Stati Uniti d' America: 
A. Ghisleri, XVIII. 242 1 

Cours de G ^graphic: J. Molard, VI. 
200 1 ; VII. 224 1 

Easy steps to geography, etc. : B. N. 
Ghose, XVIII. 243 1 

Eidinburgh Summer Meeting for edaoa- 
tional lectures and geography, V. 
599 

Educational value of geographical 
study : E. I. MiUer, XVII. 455 1 

Elementary geoi^raphical teaching : F. 
Porena,L 187 f 

Empire and geographical teaching : A. 
W. Andrews, XV. 200 f 

Enseigncment de la geographic: M. 
Naville, IX. 687 1 ; Do. : E. Reclus, 
XVIL 682 1: A. P. Renard, XIL 
106 1; Do. dans les colleges: R. 
de Girard, XVL 133 f; Enseignc- 
ment rationnel de la geographie, XIV. 
589 1; Enselgnement-supeneur de la 
Ge'ographie enBelgique, XII. 642 f 

Entwurfon von Kartenskizzen, etc. : 
Rittau, XL 325 t 

Erdkundiiche Unterricht : Langenbcok, 
VII. 223 1 ; Hirschfeld's Vorschlage : 
A. Kirohhoflf, IV. 473 1 

Exercises on U.S. topographical maps: 
R. E. Blount, XVIII. 242 1 

First lessons in geography : T. S. Stein- 
hauer, VII. 224 f 

First steps in geography of the world : 
R. E. Dodge, XL 575 f 

Fuller study of geography : A. Monte- 
fiore, IV. 473 1 

Geografi for Middelskolen : H. Reusch, 
XVL 133 1 

Geografia ncUe scuole seoondarie: G. 
Marinelli, X. 345 

Geographic instruction in Germany: 
W. S. Monroe, IX. 687 f ; in public 
schools : W. B. PoweU, HL 352 1 



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BDVCATIOV 

XduefttioiL, GMgraphioal— oorrftnuMf. 

Geographical Education : A. J. Herbert- 
son, IX. 347 1 

Geographical Methods: A. Monteflore, 
VI. 397 1 

reading for teachers: H. 

B. Mill on, X. 641 

Geographie als Uniyersitatsfach : £. 
LoflBer, XTV. 690 f 

Geographie dans renscignement 
primaire : Lejeal, VIII. 534 f 

dans les dooles et k FUni- 

yeraite : E. Leyassenr, VIU 534 f 

et Tedncation nationale : J. 



Corcelle, XII. 547 f 
Geographie in der hbheren Madchen- 

schnle : M. Krug, XIII. 100 f 
Geographische ifntcrricht an den 

dentschen Hochschulen, f XII. 106 ; 

XHL 100; XIV. 125; XV. 199; 

XVL 260; XVIL 218 ; XIX. 242; in 

Prenssen : H. Fischer/XI. 575 f 
Geography as a school subject : B. B. 

Dickinson, VII. 571 1 
as a nniyersity study: 

C. R. Dryer, XI. 575 { ; as a uniyer- 

sity subject : W. M. Dayis, XL 324 1 
as seen by the child : R. P. 



IreUind, XVIL 455 f 

in education, conference 



on, VL 576 



442 



in German schools, XL 

in . . . Normal school : S. 
A. Reilly, XV. 200 f 

Lesdon, A. : E. R. Wethey, 



IX. 687 1 



made attractiye: M. £. 

Rowe, XVIL 456 f 
Geologischer Profile fUr den Geographie- 

Unterrioht : J. MuUer, XH. 547 f 
German Educational Congress, 1893, 

Geography at, II. 162 
Glasgow series of elementary geography: 

L. W. Lyde,IL93t 
Gli stndi geograflci . . . nell' educa- 

zione moderna : G. Ricchicri, X. 345 f 
Gogol geographe: C. d' Almeida, VII. 

223 1 
Goyemmental maps for schools : D. K. 

Collie, VIL 223 1 
Grundlehren der mathematischen Geo- 
graphie : 8. Gunther, IX. 244 1 
Haryard geographical models: W. M. 

Dayis, XL 322 1, 554 § 
Hints ... on choice of geographical 

books : H. R. Mill, XL 106 f 
Illustrated school geography: A. J. 

Herbertson, XII. 529 §, 547 t 
Importance of geography in education : 

Right Hon. J. Bryce, XIX. 301*; 

Do. in secondary education, etc. : A. 

J. Herbertson, VIII. 534 f 
Improyement of geographical teaching : 

W. M. Dayis, IL 273 §, 283 f 
Intermediate modem geography in 



BDVOATIOV 

Sduoation, OeographiMl — oofUin%ted. 

Bengali, etc. : 8. B. Chattopadhyaya, 
IX. 469 t 

Intermediate school geography : T. W. 
Pettipice, XVI. 706 t 

Introduction to study of geography : W. 
Hughes and J. F. Williams, IL 93 f 

to study of physical geo- 
graphy : J. Thoulet, II. 476 1 

Irish school geography: T. W. Petti- 
pice, XVI. 706 1 

Items of teaching of geography, etc. : 
T. Matsushima, XIIL 100 f 

Journal of School geography: R. E. 
Dodge, IX. 451 ; XIIL 201 

Eortfattet Geografi : H. Reusoh, IX. 

net 

Eulturgeographie im Unterrichte: A. 

Geistbeck, IX. 469 f 
Lage des Geographie-Unterrichtee in 

Prenssen : H. Fischer, XL 575 f 
Lage in Mittelpunkt des geog^ph- 

ischen Untemcbts: F. Ratzel, XV. 

448t; XIX. 241 1 
Langler's picturesque geographical 

readers, V. 402 f 
Iie^on d'ouyerture du oours de geo- 
graphic: P. Vidal de la Blache, 

XIIL 688 1 
L^ns de gdographie physique : A. de 

Lapparent, VlII. 195 1 ; XU. 329 f 
Lectures, R.G.8., IL 455; IIL 54; 

(J. Coles), I. 158; (H. J. Mackinder), 

L 157, 261, 354 ; IV. 268 ; V. 76 ; 

VL 381; VIL 91 ; (H. R. Mill), IL 362 
Lehraufgabe der beiden Tcrtien : H. 

Klaje, IX. 347 f 
Lehrbuch der Geographie : H. Wagner, 

XV. 558 t, 626 § 
Lessons in physical geography: C. R. 

Dryer, XIX. 239 f, 629S 
Limitations and possibilities of goo- 
graphical teaching, etc., XIX. 112 f 
Longmans' Geographical series, IX. 

3471 
Man and his markets : L. W. Lydc, IX. 

116t 
Manuel of geography for middle and 

higher forms in schools: E. R. 

Wethey, VIIL 534 1 
Materiale scolastico . . . della Geo- 

grafla : A. L. Andreini, XIIL 331 f 
Means of popularising geography as a 

study : P. J. Wilkinson, XVIII. 344 f 
Method in geography : W. E. Johnson, 

XVIL 456 1 
Methode im wirtschaftsgcomphischen 

Unterricht : R. Sieger, XVIII. 243 1 
M^thodes et moyens pratiques d'en- 

seignement de la Geograpnie dcono- 

mique : M. Dubois, XVIL 456 1 
Methodik der erdkundlichen Schulun- 

terrichts: H. Fischer, XX. 251 f 
Methodischen Fragen in der Geo- 
graphie : L. Neumann, VII. 340 f 
Methods of teaching Geography : F. R. 



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EDVOATIOV 

Eduoatioa, Geomphical— eontmtced. 

Burrows, IX. llGf; T. G. Hooper, 
XIX. 241 1 
Metodo . . . secondario della Geografia : 

F. M. Pasaniai, X. 345 f 

Modem Geography, Gennan and Eng- 
lish : H. J. Mackinder, VI. 367 ♦ 

Xataral advanced geography : J. W. 
Kedway and B. Hinman, XII. 441 f, 
529 § 

Natural geographies, The : J. W. Bed- 
way, X. 656 f 

Nature studies ... in home geo- 
graphy : F. O. Payne, XIII. 688 1 

Naturwissenschaftliche Feriencursus 
ftir Lehrer, etc. : B. Schwalbe, XII. 

547 1 
New basis of geography : J. W. Bed way, 

XIX. 368 §,410 1 
New manual of geography : E. B. 

Wethey, VIII. 534 1 
Notes on geographical education : B. E. 

Dodge, XVII. 682 1 
Oesterreichisohe Schulgeographie : F. 

Heiderich, XVIII. 649 f 
Omrids af Geographien: E. L0ffler, 

XIII. 220 1 

Organisation de Tenseignement post- 
scolaire de la geographic economiquo : 

G. Bourgoin, XVII. 682 1 
Organization des geographisohen Un- 

terriohts, etc. : H. Wagner, XIX. 

783 1 
Oswego normal method of teaching 

geography: A. W. Famham, XI. 

325 1 
Oxford School of geography, XIII. 480 ; 

XIV. 2. 82, 593; XVII. 311; XX. 
108; diploma instituted, XVI. 112; 
examination papers, XVIII. 448; 
programmes, XIV. 559; XVI. 357; 
report, XIX. 043 ; scholarship, XVI. 
567; studentship, V. 377; vacation 
course, XX; 460 

Parlous plight of geography in Scottish 
education : A. J. Herbertson, XI. 

460 1 

Physical geography for beginners: B. 
E. Dodge, XVII. 454 1: in high 
schools: J. H. Perry, XIII. 688 f; 
in secondary schools : A. P. Brigham, 
XIV. 467 1 ; I^ecturos : B. Dawkins 
and B. Hobson, XIII. 329 1 

Pictures in teaching of geography : J. 
A. Wood, XVII. 566 1 

Points of the compass, and seasons, in 
teaching geography : J. M. Holzinger, 
XVII. 455 1 

** Politischen Geographic " im Schulun- 
terricht : A. Kirchhoflf, VII. 223 f 

Position of geography as a school sub- 
ject: E. J. Hewlett, IX. 347 f; in 
educational system of the country : 
A. J. Herbertson, XI. .324 1, 442; of 
economic geography in education : 
A. J. Herbertson, XIV. 587 1 



EDVCAHOV 

Ednoatimi, Oaographieal — continued. 
Practical exercises in geography: W. 
M. Davis, XVI. 260 f 

geography in Manchester: J. 

H. Beed, X. 345 1 

method of teaching geography: 



J. H. Overton, XVII. 456 1 
Praktische geographische Uebnngen 

der Universitat : W. Ule, IV. 473 f 
Preparation of a teacher of geography : 

A. Kirchhoff, IV. 92 f 
Principe de la geographie g^n^rale : V. 

de la Blache, VII. 340 f 
Prizes. B.G.S., VII. 425, 544; to 

Scottish and Irish Training (Colleges, 

II. 456 
Programme d'etndes de geographie 

re'gionale : E. Ardaillon, XV. 558 f 
Progress of geographical instruction : 

T. G. Booper on, XVI. 442 
B^forme de Tenseignement de la geo- 
graphic : J. Vincent, XVI. 375 1 
School course in geography: B. E. 

Dodge, XVIII. 460 f 
geography : C. Bird, XII. 547 f ; 

in U.S. : B. E. Dodge, X. 655 t 

text-books: J. H. Blodgett, 



XIII. 688 1 
Scientific geography for schools : B. £. 

Dodge, XI. 159 * 
Some methods of teaching geography : 

F.B. Burrows, IX. 116 1 
Some pedagogical principles, eta : A. 

AUin, XVII. 566 f 
Spezialkartchen in unsercn Schulat- 

lanten : E. Hozel, VH. 684 f 
Status of geography teaching: J. W. 

Bedway, III. 352 f 
Student's modern geography in Bengali, 

etc.: S. B. Chattopadhyaya, IX.- 

469 1 
Study of geography: A. S. White, 

XIII. 688 1 
Suggestive course in geography : J. A. 

Merrill, XIII. 462 f 
Teaching of geography, etc. : E. Beclus, 

XVm. 649 1 ; B. 8. Tarr, XIX. 783 f ; 

and social science: P. de Bousiers, 

III. 352 1; Applied geography, Be- 

port : A. J. Herbertson, XIV. 589 1 ; 

in relation to history : A. W. Andrews, 

IX. 427 * ; Physical, in elementary 

schools : B. E. Dodge, XVII. 456 f ; 

in preparatory schools : F. B. Burrows, 

XVII. 682 1 
Testo-Atlante di Geografia per la scuole 

elemcntari : G. Gambino, IX. 116 f 
Text books of geography : J. W. Bedway, 

II. 93 1 
Trentc-deux ans d'enseignemcnt au 

CollJjge de France : E. Levasseur, 

XVII. 455 1 
Ueljer . . . Wirtschaftsgeographie im 

Schulunterricht : A. Oppel, VI. 200 1 
Universities (notes, reports, etc.). III. 

429 ; IV. 29 ; VI. 25 ; VIII. 61 ; IX. 



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X0yi 

XdneatioB, Gtoographioal— oo»<»nu6d. 

653 ; XVIII. 407 ; chairs, VI. 274 ; 
Geography in French Univereity 
chairs : M. Viqnier, II. 568 f ; in 
Belgium, XII. 84; Birmingham, I. 
558 ; XX. 548 ; Geographie an der 
Breslau TJniyersitat : J. Partsch, 
XIX. 241 1 ; Brussels, Institut Ge'o- 
graphique, XII. 331 f ; Cambridge, 
long vacation course at, XX. 548; 
German, VL 376; London, XVI. 
112; XX. 548; Oxford, tee above 
B.V.; Tubingen, I. 559; Victoria 
Univereity, X. 101 ; Vienna, VII. 
91 ; Geographie k TUniversite' de 
Vienno: A. F. Renard, XII. 106 1 ; 
Geography as a University subject : 
W. M. Da>is, XI. 324 f ; C. R. Dryer, 
XI. 575 t ; L. Neumann, IV. 91 f ; 
Physical geography in the Univer- 
sity : W. M. Davis, IV. 473 1 ; V. 175 1 
Use of maps in geography teaching: 
A. W. Andrews, XIX. 241 f; Do., 
(Ordnance maps) : Sir A. Geikie,XIX. 

662 1 
Value of geography as an educational 

instrument, VI. 200 f 
Verkniipfung der physischen mit der 

politischen Landeskunde im Schulun- 

terricht : A. Kirchhoff und R. Langen- 

beck, XIX. 783 1 
Vierteljahrshefte fur den geogr. Unter- 

richt, XX. 235 § 
Vorbildung der Geographielehrer auf 

den Universit'aten : R. Lehmann, 

VIII. 534 1 
Wagnere Denkschrift uber die Lage des 

geographiBchen Uuterrichts, etc. : 

H. Haack, XVII. 218 1 
What to teach in geography: H. 

McCormick, XVII. 455 f 
Work for primary children in city 

schools : E. R. Brown, XVII. 455 f 
200 farbigo Skizzen zur Einfuhrung 

in den Geographie- Unterricht : H. 

Ebner, XV. 448 1 
Edvi, B. von : Die Lage der Isothermo, 

XIV. 233 1 
Edward VII., King ; President's address 
on accession of, XVII. 250 * ; remarks 
at Nansen Meeting, IX. 255 ; on Vasoo 
da Gama, XII. 19 
Edwards, A. M. ; biography: A. Grandi- 
dier, XVI. 259 f 

, F. A. : An African Napoleon, 

XVII. 448 1 ; French and Sierra Leone, 
Xin. 322 1 ; French on the Niger, XII. 
99 1 ; From Kongo to Niger, XII. 99 f : 
Future of the Niger, XIV. 460 f; 
How the Sudan was conquered, XIII. 
323 1; Reconquering the Sudan, XI. 
94 1 

O. M.: Wales (Story of the 



EGYPT 

Edwards Plateau, Geology, etc. : R. T. 

Hill and T. W. Vaughan, XIV. 341 1 
Eels, S. G. : In Tuolumne and Cathedral 

oaiions,XIX. 774t 
Eerde, J. C. van : De Boaha's van Lom- 

bok, XVIIL 107 1 
Eerdmans, A.: Het Landschap Gk)wa, 

Xn. 324 1 
Eersteling reef, Transvaal, II. 220 
Egbon hills, upper Niger, X. 356 
Egeide, La teotonique de 1' : A. Philipp- 

soD, XII. 91 1 
Egerton ; on kumatology, XIII. 628 
Egerton of Tatton, Earl : Manchester Ship 

canal. III. 157 f ; Port of London, XX. 

554 1 
f Lady Grey: Alaska and its 

glaciers, I. 877 f 

, H. E.: Sir Stamford Raffles, 



Nations), XIX. 651 1 
Edwards's Australian Catalogue : Pethe- 
rick, XIV. 231 1 



XVI. 590 1 

Eggers, Baron H.: ABphalt-Quellen am 
See von Maracaibo, IX. 343 f; Insel 
Tobago, L 569 1; Kiistengebiet von 
Ecuador, V. 284 1 

, Lieut. : Reise nach dem Okavan- 

gogebiet, XVI. 561 §, 580 f 

Egil river and village, VIII. 505 

Egin, Euphrates valley, VIII. 333 

Egli, J. J.; biography: E. Oppermann, 
IX. 346 1 ; Der Topograph Johannes 
Wild, V. 187 1 ; Der Volkergeist in den 
geographischen Namen, II. 283 f ; Die 
Seele der geographischc Namen, VII. 
684 1 ; Nomina Geographica, I. 572 f 

Egnel, M.: Climat de la SuMe et . . . 
variations de climat, XVI. 695 t 

Eguigilren, V. : Estudios demogrificos de 
Piura, XL 100 f 

Egriguz Chai, Asia Mi., IX. 271 

Dagh, IX. 270 

Bgypt— 

Abseits vom Wege in Aegypten: R. 

T. KeUy, XVIII. 456 f 
Aegypten, 1894 : A von Fircks, VII. 

113 1 : VIII. 93 1 ; IX. 106 1 
Aegyptens auswartige Beziehungen : 

G. Schweinf urth, L 470 f 
A.egyptische Studien nndVerwaudtes : 

G. Ebers. XVI. 488 f 
Art de la lortification dans la haute 

antiquite': R. W^eill, XVL 367 1 
Bedouins : E. Chantre, XIX. 527 1 
Bew'dsserung Aegvptens : F. Lampe, 

XX. 467 1 ' 

Blick auf Aegypten und Abessinien, 

L. Reinisch, X. 229 f 
Cairo and Egypt, etc. : H. J. Kemeid, 

XVI. 699 1 
Cairo to Beni-Hassan: D. C. Eaton, 

XL 569 1 
Climate— in geological . . . times: 

Grant Bey, XVII. 553 f ; La lumifere 

et la chaleur . . . agents bienfaisants, 

etc.: Abbate Pacha, VL 195 1; 

Winter climate of: II. L. Canney, 

X. 551 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



EGYPT 

Egypt — continued, 

Configrarazione geografica deir alto 

Egitto : E. Schiapareili, XIII. 91 1 
Correspondence respecting valley of 

Upper Nile (Blue book), XIII. 92 1 ; 

Further do., XIII. 561 f 
Corroflion des Sandsteinmaterials . . . 

anf Philae: L. Borchardt, XII. 

325 1 
Dakhla Oasis, Topography and geo- 
logy : H. Boadnell, XVIII. 639 f 
Dedcrizione deir Egitto di 'Umar ibn 

Muhammad al-Kindi : C. A. Nallino, 

XVni. 328 1 
Desert sand-dunes bordering Nile 

Delta : V. Cornish, XVI. 250 f 
Despatches from H.M. agent, etc : Sir 

W. Garstin, XIV. 336 1 
Dictionnaire gebgraphique de 1*£- 

gypte, XV. 438 1 
Die Wiedergeburt Aegyptens, eta : 

G. Schweinfurth, VII. 221 f 
Donati, Vitaliano, II Viaggio in 

Oriente di : P. Revelli, XIV. 459 1 
Eastern Desert, geology: T. Barron 

and W. F. Hume, XVIII. 109 f ; 

Further routes in E. Desert: 

E. A. Floyer,1. 408 * ; Recognizione 

nel Deserto Orientale d'Egitto : U. 

Meniooff, IV. 577 1 
Egypt, 1881-1897: E. Dicey, XL 

684 1 

after Omdurman : J. L. Whittle, 

XIV. 336 1 

and Abyssinia: L. Reinisch, 



IX. 314 ♦ 

and its lost provinces : Chaille- 



Long, 1. 182 1 

and the Hinterland: F. W. 



Fuller, XVII. 653 1 : XVIII. 301 § 
fifty years hence: W. Will- 



cooks, XX. 467 1 

in 1898 : G. W. Steevens, XII. 



325 1 
Egypte . . . economique, etc.: H. 

Pensa,IX. 340t 
Egyptian alphabet for Egyptian 

people, X. 556 f 
Emeraldimines of Sikait, Expedition 

to : H. W. Seton-Karr, XIV. 681 f ; 

letter, XVIII. 97 ; of Btbai : D. A. 

MacAlister, XVI. 537 ♦ 
England and Egypt: A. S. White, 

XIII. 91 1 
, Egypt, and the Sudan : H. 

D. Traill, XVII. 90 f 

in Egypt: A. Milner, I. 



376 1 
Excursion k TOuadi Natron : A. Gayet, 

IX. 105 1 
Expansion of: A. S. White, XIV. 

681 1 ; XV. 61 § 
Fayiim and Lake Moeris: R. H. 

Brown, I. 84 1 
Flint mines. Discovery of : H. W. 

Seton-Karr, X. 551 f 



sonr 

Egypt — oonUnuecU 

For^ts p^trifiees des d^rts d'Egypte : 

R. Fourtan, XIII. 561 f 
From the Egyptian Ramleh: A. A. 

Boddy, XVI. 124 f 
Future of : E. Dicey and others, XHI. 

91t 
Geological discoveries in Nile valley 
and Libyan desert: H. J. Bead- 
nell, XVII. 527 §, 553 f; XVIIL 

232 1 

Gritinerari Frediani, Belzoni e Dro- 
vetti, VIII. 93 1 

Gold mining in Egypt, Ancient & 
prospective : C. J. Alford, XVI. 
397 1, 557 § 

Guide to Palestine and: MacmlUan 
& Co., XIX. 366 §, 410 1 

Handbooks — Baedeker : V. 182 f ; 
XL 313 1 ; XIX. 399 1 ; Guides- 
Joanne, Egypte, XV. 297 1 ; Murray : 
M. Brodrick, IX. 238 f; XVIH. 

328 1 
How to save Egypt : C. Whitehouee, 

III. 160 1 
Impressions d*Egypte: E. Duysters, 

X. 340t 

Irrigation Department, Report, XIV. 
227 1 ; Irrigation : C. Whitehouse, 
VL 1951; do.: E. Chaix, IIL 
72 1 ; Irrigation and equatorial 
lakes, I. 458; and agriculture: J. 
C. Ross, I. 470 1 ; Irrigation Atlas, 
C. Whitehouse on, IV. 182; Irriga- 
tion projects on Upper Nile; oir 
W. Garetin, XVIH. 398 §, 639 f; 
Irrigations en Egypte : J. jBrunhes, 
XL 198 t ; Perennial irrigation and 
flood protection. III. 354 1 ; Report 
on do.: W. Willoocks, II. 438 1; 
Reports (annual) : iee bdow. Public 
Works Dep. 

Itinerary from Eantara to El Arish : 
A. R. Guest, XIII. 281 ♦ 

Journey from Farafra to Siwa: W, 
Jennings-Bramly, XIX. 78 ♦ 

■ to Oasis of Jupiter Ammon : 

L. Rebecchi-Briochetti, II. 278 f 

Earawanenroute von . . . Charga nach 
Dachla: H. K. Kumm, XX. 467 f 

Lieder der Libyschen Wllste: M. 
Hartmaan, XV. 438 f 

Magnetic observations : H. G. Lyons, 
XX. 669 1 

Mediterranean Coast region : Ryoroft, 
XX. 502 ♦ 

Middle EsTpt, from Ptolemaic maps, 
etc. : C. Whitehouse, II. 868 

Mohammedanischen Heiligenkultus 
in Agypten: J. Goldziher, IX. 

681 1 
Nile — Les Egyptiens connaissent-ils 

la source de leur fleuve : F. Ventre 

Bey, V. 283 1 
Note sur Tempi oi d*une argile comme 

fertilisant : E. A. Floyer, V. 606 1 



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BGTPT 
Egypt — eoniinued. 

Oases of Mudirijeh of Assynt, Report : 
A. R. Gueet, XVII. 449 1 

Orthography, Rules of, for native 
names of places, eto., XX. 467 f ; 
Spelling of names : J. G. Dalton, 
III. 504 * ; Bofiola Bey on, II. 169 

Penetration anglaise en Egypte : J. 
Bmnhes, XVIU. 232 f 

Photographs of Egypt, etc. : R. G. T. 
Bright, XX. 371; Do. in neigh- 
bourhood of El Obeid : H. D. Lloyd, 
XYUI. 350; Do. in Omdurman, 
etc.: H. W. Seton-Karr, XVIII. 
120 

Pilgrimage to : J. Smith, XI. 93 f 

Postal matters in, XII. 434 f 

Praktisches Handbuch der Arabischen 
Umgangssprache : A. Seidel, IV. 

377 1 
Present-day Egypt: F. C. Penfield, 

XV. 82 1 

Public Works Department, Reports: 
Sir W. E Garstin, XIV. 663, 681 1 ; 
XVII. 307 §, 449 1; XIX. 232 f, 
507 § ; PubUcations, XVIII. 328 f ; 

XIX. 232 1 

Railways — Egypto-Assyrian railway, 
etc. : A. Praser, VIII. 660 f ; Liglit 
railways in Egypt : J. A. W. Pea- 
cock, XIX. 399 1 

Rains, force of, IX. 567 

Rooensement ge'ne'ralc do T Egypte: 
Boinet Bey, XI. 569 f ; XVI. 488 1 

Reconnaissance-survey of Jebel Gar- 
ra and Oasis of Eurkur : J. Ball, 

XX. 669 1 

Redemption of : W. B. Worsfold, XVI. 

3671 
Reports: liord Cromer, XIV. 117 1; 

XVI. 102§, 488t; XVIII. 328 1, 
441 § 

Senussi and his threatened holy war : 
T. R. Threlfall, XVI. 124t 

Situation in Egypt : Sir W. T. Mar- 
riott, VI. 296 1 

Some experiences in : F. B. Elmslie, 
XIII. 561 1 

Study on Northern Etbai: E. A. 
Ploycr, I. 470 1 

Terrains neogencs do la Bassc-Egy pte : 
C. Deperet et R. Fourtau, XVI. 

580 1 
Topographie und Geochemie dcs 
Aegyptischen Natron-Thais : G. 
Schwoinfurth und L. Lewin, XII. 

434 1 
Trade Rep., XIII. 561 1; XVIII. 
231 1: British, 1895-1900, XVIII. 

551 1 
Uno sguardo sull' Egitto e F Abissinia : 

L. Rcinisch, X. 340 f 
Unter den Fellachen Goscns: R. T. 

K., XVII. 553 1 
Unter der Beduinen der agyptischen 

waste, XIV. list 



BOTPT 

Egypt — eoniinued. 

Upper Egypt, Illustrated itinerary: 

A. Gayet, III. 438t 
Visito In la vallee du Bir-ol-Ain : A. 

Gayet, IX. 681 1 
Vovage dans la partie septentrionale 

du desert arabique : M. R. Fourtau, 

XVIU. 232 1 
Archssology and Ethnology — 
AsienundEuropa nach altagyptischen 

Denkmalern: W. M. Muller, IX. 

114 1 

Atlas of Ancient Egypt : Egypt Ex- 
ploration Fund, IV. 95 f 

Causerie ethnographique sur le Fel- 
lah : Piot Bey, XV. 438 f 

Collection of antiquities in possession 
of Lady Meux : E, A. Budge, VIII. 

652 1 
Dictionary of Egyptian archsBology: 

M. Brodrick and A. A. Morton, 

XIX. 527 1 
Egypt of Hebrews and Herodotus, A. 

H. Sayce, VII. 213 1; VIII. 70 § 
Ein altes Stauwork aus der Pyrami- 

denzeit : G. Schwoinfurth, VI. 296 f 
Etbnologische Stcllung der . . . 

Aegypter : R. Virchow, XIV. 336 f 
Exploration Fund, Fayum Towns and 

their Papyri : B. GrenfoU, A. Hunt, 

and D. Hogarth, XVIII. 232 f 
Figure de la Torre connuo des 

anciens Egyptiens: M. Moktar 

Pacha, V. 402 f 
Geography during the Coptic epoch : 

£. Amdincau, II. 564 f 
Gizeh, Construction of great pyramid 

of: C. M. Watson, XX. 669 f 
Herodotus and Egyptian geology : F. 

Walker and Sir J. Dawson, XIV. 

459 1 
Land of Goshen and the Exodus: R. 

H. Brown, XIV. 117t 
of the Monuments: J. Pollard, 

IX. 105 1 
Mons Claudianns in der iistlichen 

Wiiate Aegyptons: G. Schwein- 

furth, IX. 681 1 
Mus^e de geographic et d*ethno- 

graphie : F. Bonola, XV. 550 1 
Mythological-Geographical text: A. 

Wiedemann, XVI. 494 f 
Origine des Egyptiens, eto. : G. 

Schwoinfurth, X. 551 f : XI. 198 1 
Origines africaines de la civilisation 

de I'anoienne Egypte : Zaborowski, 

XIII. 561 1 
Pyramides do Ghizch, Environs des : 

R. Fourtau, XV. 438 1 
Queen Moo and the Egyptian Sphinx : 

A. le Plongeon, VIII. 535 1 
Relations of Egypt and early Europe : 

F. Petrie, XI. 207 1 
Stone Implements, Collection made by 

Mr. Seton-Karr: H. O. Forbes, 

XVI. 250 1 

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GENEBAL INDEX TO VOLS. L— XX. 



BGTFT 

Egypt — contintted. 

Temples de la Geographic dans 
I'Egypto antique : L. Mayuu, X. 

340 1 
MaiM— 
Aufnahmen iu der ustliclicn Wtistc 

von Aogjrpten: (1. Schweinfurth, 

tXIII. G91; XVI. 708; XX. 

507 
Bartholomew's Tourist map, X. 600 
Carte de la Basse-Egypto : Audebeau, 

Souter, and Colani, XI. 109 1 
Dakhla Oasis (Survey Dept.), XVI. 

595 t 
First or Assuan Cataract (Survey 

Dept.), XVI. 595 1 
General Map (Survey Dept.), XVI. 

Origiualkartc des Nilthals von Far- 

schut bis Kom-Ombo, XVII. 829 t 
Vorbindungswege zwischen den Oasen 
Daohla und Charga: W. K. W. 
Eumm, XX. 184 f 
Egyptian Sudan : see Sudan 
Ehlers, O. E. ; biography: W. Wolken- 
haucr, VII. 569 1; IX. 115 f; dcnth, 
VII. 102; Bangkok, VII. 678 1; Im 
Osten AsicDS, IX. 459 1 ; In Sattel durch 
Indo-C'hina, V. 88 f ; hut expedition in 
New Guinea, VII. 431 

Ehlert, K. : liorizontalpondolbeobachtun- 
gon im Meridian zu Strassburg, IX. 
245 1 

Ehmann, V. : Sprichw<»rter . . . dor Japan- 
isohen Spracue, X. 550 t ; XI. 312 1 

Ehni, J. : Souvenirs du Mont Hor ct des 
mines de Petra, IV. 376 1 

Ehrenbcrg, C. G. (biography) : 8. 
(iunther, VII. 222 1 

, K. : Die geographisclic 

Bedeutung Wurzburgs, IV. 185t 

Ehrenreich, I*. : Beitriigo zur Viilker- 
kunde Brasiliens, I. 181 f ; Ein Ausflug 
nach Tusayan (Arizona), XIV. 683 1; 
Neuo Mitteilungcn Uber die Guayaki 
iu Paraguay, XI. 456 t ; Sudameri- 
kanische Stromfahrten, I. 86 f 

Eiohener See, Black Forest, XV. 175 

Eiohmiiller, G. : La region du Myvatn en 
Islande, IX. 336 f 

Eick, L. : Keise ins Kwai- und Mazumbai- 
land, IX. 106 1 

Eide, Fienxjs, VI. 20 

Eiderstedt pen., coast clninges, II. 365 

Eidsvold gold-field (reports) : W. II. 
Bauds, XI. 320 f 

Eifel— 
Die Eifel: O. Follmann, IV. ISlf 
Eifelmaare, W. Ilalbf ass's observations, 
X. 436, 647; Tiefonkarto der, X. 

347 1 
Niedcrschlagsverhaltuisse der : P. Polis, 

XII. 321 1 
liegion montagneuse do la rive gauche^ 
du Rliin : ii. Six, XIX. 393 1 
Eiriksjokull snowtieid, Iceland, XII. 497 



BIBS 

Eis, lake, Tatra mts., II. 257 

Eisen, G. : Cerros or Cedros I., XVIII. 
234 1 : En fard till Baja California och 
Sonera, X. 456 f ; Explorations in Cape 
Kegion of Baja California, VII. 679 1 ; 
VIII. 398 § ; XI. 201 1 ; XVH. 556 f, 
663 § 

Eitel, Rev. Dr. : China and Far Eastern 
question, XIX. 768 t ; Chinese notions 
<»n geography and geomancy, XX. 
131 1; Some little-known features of 
China, XIX. 396 1 

Eivind Astrup, mt., Siberia, IX. 476 

Ekatoriuoslav, population, IX. 658 ; X. 
199 

Ekholm, N. : Observations faites au Cap 
Thordsen, Spitzberg, par rexpedition 
Sucdoise, III. 163 f; Om Andrees 
ballongf(3rd under de tv& fiirsta 
dagame, XI. 204 1; Om Klimatets 
andringar i geologisk och historisk tid, 
XV. 556 1 ; Do. (English trans.), 
XVII. 681 t : Om vaderteksffirhal- 
landena . . . luftballong, VII. 567 f ; 
Sveriges temperatur fiJrhaUandes, etc., 

XV. 662 1 ; Ueber die Einwirkung . . . 
der Erdrotation auf die Luftbcwegung, 
XI. 457 1 

und 8. Arrhenius : Ueber . . . 

Periode der l*olarlichter und Gewitter, 

XIV. 687 t 
Ekman, W. : P>klarang und Berechnunj^ 

des Stromverlaufs au Flussmiindung, 

XVI. 258 1 

Ekstam, Dr. ; expedition to Novava 

Zemlya, XIX. 221 
El Ajim, port and strait, XI. 583 
Elam, Upper, and Bakhtiari mts. : H. A. 

Sawyer, IV. 481 ♦ 
El Arish, Egypt, XX. 504 ; Itinerary 

from Kantara to : A. R. Guest, XIII. 

281 * ; sand-dunes at, XI. 560, 562 
El Atrash, Sheik, V. 23 
Elba- 
Island of: (). Marinelli, IV. 185 1 

L»Slo au debut du XIX« sieclc, XI. 

681 1 Trade Rep., XIV. 454 f ; XVI. 

571 1 
Elbe, river — 

Bewegung des Elbwasserstandes Ixii 
Madgeburg : J. Macnss, XIX. 522 1 

Delta der : W. Henz, XV. 188 1 

Elbe, son regime et sou importance 
economique : M, R. Chudcau, XVII. 
206 1 

Elbe und der Hafcn von Hamburg : 'M. 
Buchlieister, XV. 293 f 

Elbestrom, sein Stromgebiet, etc., XVI. 

552§,571t 
Hydrographie des Elbsystoms nach G. 

von Alvenslebeus Topographic : G. 

Lorenz, XVII. 444 1 
Marschbewohner an der Weser und 

Elbe: A. Hofman, VIII. 647 f 
lU'::ime de I'Elbe; B. Auerbach, XX. 

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Elbe, river — etmlinued. 
Statistik der sachsischen Elbvcrkehrs : 

K. Ganzenmiiller, XIX. .^'il f 
Tanaifi, ancient name, I. 519 
Teilung der : J. Maensa, XIII. 88 1 
VariationB in level of: P. Schrciber, I. 

278 1 
Water-level, and amount of water de- 
livered by, IX. 563 
Elbe-Trave Canal, Germany, V. 379 
Elborllng, E. : Olndringer i den politisko 

freografi,XIV. 466t 
Elbing month of Vistula, Reopening of, 

XII. 409 
Elburz Mts. to Caspian Sea : H. L. Wells, 

XI. 452 1 
Elder, Sir T. ; obituary, IX. 453 

exploring expedition in Australia, 

I. 552 ; III. 334 ; Journal of : D. Lind- 
say, IIL 163 1; Photographs, II. 96; 
Scientific results: V. Strcich, II. 566 1 

Eldji, volcanic rift, Iceland, IV. 454 
Eldoma fort, E. Africa, IX. 384 ; ravine, 

XIV. 276 
Eldorado of the ancients : 0. Peters, XX. 

529 § 
Eldridge, G. H. : Geological reconnais- 
sance in N.W. Wyoming, VII. 216 1 
Eldslandet : O. Nordenskjr,ld, VI 1. 445 f 
Eleneff; explorations near Irkutsk, XI. 

429 
Elephant — Domestication de Telephant 
d'Afrique : P. Bourdario, VIII. 652 1 ; 
XIL 525 ; Hunting in C. Africa, VII. 
374 : Hunting in E. Equatorial Africa : 
A. H. Neumann, XI. 453 f ; means of 
transport in E. Africa, V. 328; of Siam, 
XI. 477, 481 ; Utilisation rationnclle de 
relephant : J. Carton, XVII. 456 f 
Elgeyo escarpment, E. Africa, XIX. 9 
El-Ghorfa province, Taaiet, V. 332 
El Golea' ... in der algorischen Sahara, 

nach Huguet uiid Pettier, XV. 193 1 
Elgon, Mt., XII. 362 ; XIV. 133, 2H3 ; XIX. 
13; Caves and waterfall of, XIX. 14; 
Journey round, 0. W. Hobley, VIII. 
636; IX. 178*; On the slopes of: Mr. 
and Mrs. Crabtree and T. K. Buckley, 

XIX. 655 1 
El-Gonyi tribe, C. Africa, IX. 179, 183 
Elgumi or Wamia tribes, Kavirondo, XII. 

366 
El Hab, Bashan, V. 17 
El Haira, Wadi, Tripoli, IX. 629 
El Hamma, Tunis, XI. 602 
El Homeur, Capt. Almand's work at, IV. 

364 
Elijts, N. : Biography, XI. 207 t ; History 

of Moghuls of C. Asia, XIIL 319 f; 

journey to Pamirs, VIII. 254 ; Note on 

A. A. Borradailo's paper (Journey in 

N. Mongolia), V. 572 ♦ ; Obituary : S. 

Wheeler, X. 101, 460 

and E. Dcuison Boss: Tarikh-i- 

Rashidi of Mirza Muhammad Haidar 
DughlAt, VI. 194 1 



SLMSFEUSB 

Eliot, Sir C. N. E. : Journey through 

Uganda, down Nile to Gondokoro, XX. 

611* 
Elizabeih, visit to Gilbert Is., VI. 333 
Elizabethan navigator. Spoon of an, II. 

556 
seamen, Voyages to America ; 

ed. E. J. Payne, XVII. 217 1 
Elk lake, N. America, VI. 285 
El Khaur mts., S. Arabia, XIL 61 
Ella lake. Bear I., XIV. 58 
EUery, li. li. J. : Magnetic shoal off 

Bezout I., N.W. Austnilia, I. 88 f 
EUesmere Laud, XX. 414; A. Bjorling's 

expedition to, IV. 15; U. Stein's, XIV. 

571 ; XVI. 689 
EUet, F. : Long Kin Hole, XVI. 246 1 
Eilice, E. C. : l%ce-name8 in Glengarry, 

etc., XII. 627 1 
Eilice Is. — Marine surveys, IX. 657 ; Note 

on, VIII. 642 
Elliot, D. G. : Catalogue of birds obtained 

by expedition into Somaliland, X. 

340 t ; I>o. of mammals from Olympic 

mts., Washington, XIV. 684 1; Land 

and sea mammals of N. America, XIX. 

529 1 ; Mammals of N. America and 

adjacent sctis, XVIII. 334 1 ; New 

species of mountain goat, XVIII. 233 f 
, R. H. ; (iold, sport, and coft'ee- 

planting in Mysore, IV. 85 1 
Elliot, G. F. Scott- : see Scott-Elliot, G. F. 
Elliott, Sir C. A : Annual address to 

Asiatic Society of Bengal, IV. 187 1 ; 

Prevention of famine in India, IX. 

574 1; Recent famine in Inditi, XIV. 

458 1 ; XV. 79 1 ; nimarks on '* Journey 

from Tonkin to Assam," VIII. 582 
, C. P.: Mount St. Helen's, XI. 

99 1 
, F. : Diary of an idle woman in 

Constantinople, I. 279 f 
Elliptical orbits : H. Larkin, V. 395 f 
Ellis, A. B.; death, III. 523; History of 

coast of W. Africa, III. 72 1 ; Yoruba- 

speaking peoples of Slave-coast, III. 

439 1 ; letter on « Ishuid of Sultana," 

IL 177 
, W. : Magnetic results at Greenwich 

and Kew, XIV. 345 1 ; Relation between 

diurnal range of magnetic declination, 

etc., XII. 217 1 

and Elvey's catalogue, IV. 471 1 



Ells, R. W. : Canadian geological nomen- 
clature, XVII. 450 1 ; Physical features 
... of Palseozoic basin between Lower 
Ottaw^a and St. Lawrence rivers, XIX. 
528 1 ; ReiH)rt on . . . l*rovince of 
Quebec, IX. 107t 

' and A. E. Barlow : Pliyuical 

features, " etc. . . . proposed Ottawa 
Canal, IX. 463 f 

Elmentaita lake, E. Africa, II. 125 ; IV. 
307,310 

Elmsfeuer uud Blitzgefahr im Gebirge : 
E. Bosshard, XIII. 97 1 



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GENERAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



EIiXSLIE 

Elmslie, F. B. : Experiences in Egypt, 

XIII. 561 1 

El MTil, ruins, Morocco, XIX. 191 
Elmwood, Franz Josef Land, VIII. 550 f 
£1 Obeid, G. Talbot on position of, 

XVII, 428 ; Photographs in neighbour- 
hood : H. D. W. Lloyd, XVIII. 350 
Elpons, Komp. yon ; Ascent of mt. 

Kungwe, XIII. 488; journey to Lake 

Rukwa, XL 550; Uhehe, VIIL 311 f 
Elsdale, H. : Problem of races in Africa, 

Vn. 678t 
Elster, Hydrologie der weissen : H. 

Gruner, I. 373 f 
Elter, A. : De H. Glareano geographo, 

etc., X.328§; XL 323 f 
Elterlein. A. yon : Das Vorkommen des 

Goldes,XL459t 
Elton, 0. J. : Career of Columbus, I. 90 f 
El Wad, Sahara, XX. 516 
Elwes, H. J. : Address to Entomological 

Society, VI. 199 1; On zoology and 

botany of Altai mts., XIV. 1 16 1, 204 § 
Embley, J. T. : Western watershed of . . . 

Cape York Pen., XL 204 
Emed, Mysia, IX, 261, 270, 272 ; altitude, 

IX. 275 
Emerald mines of N. Etbai : D. A. Mac- 

Alistcr, XVI. 537 ♦ ; of Sikait : H, W. 

Seton-Karr, XIV. 681 1 ; XVIII. 97 
Emerson, B. K. : Geology of E. Berkshire 

County, Mass., XVL 583 1; Geology of 

Old Hampshire County, Mass., XV. 

195t 
Emigration and immigration during past 

years: F. J. de Santa-Anna Nery, I. 

284 1 ; Ein Jahrhundort der iibersee- 

ischen Volkerwanderung : A. Dix, XV. 

446 1 ; to Sibcjria, IX. 663 
Emin Pasha, his life and work: G. 

Schweitzer, XIL 641 f; XIIL 416 §; 

Explorations in Africa, II. 19; Report 

of murder of, I. 458; obituary, II. 

468 
Emirler Eeui, Asia Mi.; altitude, IX. 

275 
Emmer, J. : Register ... des Deutschen 

und Oestcrreichischen Alpenvereins, 

VIIL 535 1 
Emmons, S. F. : Alaska and its mineral 

resources, XII. lOOf; Geology of Go- 

yernment explorations, IX. 342 f ; Mines 

of Custer County, Col., XL 317 1 
, W. Cross, and C. H. Eld- 

ridgc: Geology of Denver basin, XL 

317 1 
Empire, The : see British Empire 
Ems-Jade Canal, (Germany, V. 379 1 
Enchanted Mesa, The: F. W. Hodge, XL 

98 1 
Encyclopeedia Britannica, New Volumes, 

XX. 473 1, 675 1 

• , Chambers', V. 187t 

Enderby Land, Antarctic, XIIL 644; 

XIV. 478 1 

Endere, ruins at, XX. 604 



SVOLAHD AVD WALES 

Endlich,R.: Etymologic des WortoB Paz&r 

guay, XVI. 254 f 
Enga(iine — 

La Haute Engadinc : M. Maquet, XIII. 

211 1 
et la Bregaglia k 

trayers les sibdcs : W, A. B. Coolidge, 

V. 280 1 

Lc Massif do la Bcmina: M. Maqnet, 
XIV. 224 1 
Enga&o — Viaggio ad Engano: E, Modi- 

gliani. III. 438 1; V. 282 f; Do., review 

by F. H. H. Guillemard, IV. 153 * 
Engel, E. : Biography, IX. 583 1 
Bngelbrecht, T. H.: Die Landbaozoncn 

der aussertropisohen Lander, XXII. 

461 1: XV. 52§ 
Engelbrethsen, P.: Die erste Entwicke- 

lung unserer Erdc, XIX. 238 f 
Engelhard, H. E. D. : De afdeellng Docs- 

sonlanden, XVII. 551 1 
Engelhardt; journey in E. Africa, X. 

328 
, A. P.: Russian Proyinoe of 

theNorth, XIV. 112t 
EngcU, M. C. : Geographischen Verbal t- 

nisse yon '*Ix»s I^andes," XIX, 750 §, 

766 1 ; Terrestriske Nordpols Variation, 

XIX. 40(i t, 642 § 
Engholm, W. A. : Om fagellifyet i sjon 

Takem, XL 89 f 
Engineering Con gross, International, XIX. 

783 1 
England and Wales — 

Eastern Counties : C. S. Ward, 

Thorough Guide series, XIV. 332 f ; 

XX. 121 1 
England ; CasselFs geographical 

readers, V. 504 f 
England's history as pictured by 

famous painters: A. G. Temple, 

VII. 677 1 
English sailors, early trading yoyages, 

IX. 605, 613 
seamen in the 16th century : 

J. A. Froude, VL 397 1 

shires. Story of some : Bishop 



Creighton, XIL 322 f 

Township, The: T. H. B. 



Graham, XIL 203 

Entdeckungsgeschiohte yon England 

im Alterthum: W. Sieglin, XIX. 

395 1 
Fruit and flower farming in England : 
W. E. Bear, XII. 626 1; XIV. 

224 1 
Gazetteer of England and Wales : J. 

H. F. Brabner, f HL 249 ; IV. 184, 

576; V. 504; VL392; VII. 110 
Gentleman's Magazine Library ; 

English Topography : G. L. Gommo 

and J, A. Milne, t L 467 ; VII. 110 ; 

IX. 235, 574 
Home geography of England and 

Wales : G. P. Beyan, n, 88 1 
Modem Geography, German and 



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SKOLAin) AHB WALES 

SnglAiid and WtAm-Humtinved. 

English : H. J. Mackinder, VI. 
367* 

Navigation, Canal and rirer : L. B. 
Wells, flV. 93; V. 85; X. 227; 
XII. 221; Inland, Report (Inst. 
Mining Engineen, IX. 235 f 

Parish life in England : A. Jessop, XI. 
309t; XIL203t 

Political associations: see British 
Colonies, British Empire, Great 
Britain 

Popular edncation in England, Re- 
port : J. G. Hodgins, XIV. 332 f 

Present dtaation of England : G. T. 
Deniflon, XI 89 f 

Vestiges of yillaffe commnnities in 
England : H. T. Crofton, IV. 58, 
84t 

Wac1)Btnm Englands, Das : J. Heide- 
rieh, XIX. 662 f 

Why has England become a great 
mannfaoturkig country ? R. Lodge, 
IX. 458 1 
Cartography and Surveys — 

Admiralty surveys, IV. 26; XIV. 84 

Bartholomew — Cyclists* Touring Map, 
XV. 677 1; Reduced Ordnance 
Survey, flX. 585; XL 209, 325, 
462, 690 ; XII. 107, 332, 442 ; XIV. 
238, 347, 692; XV. 559; XVL 134, 
708; XVII. 100; XVIH. 115,244, 
462 ; XIX. 535, 664 : XX. 133, 474, 
566 ; Road Map, X. 558 1 ; Tourist's 
Map, IX. 585 1 

"Contour" Road Book: H. Inglis, 
XII. 203 1, 322 1 

Countv Counoirs map of river-basins : 
C. E. De Ranee, I. 475 f 

Geological Survey, VI. 341 ; Memoira 
of, XX. 553 1 ; Geological map : Sir 
A. Geikie, XI. .578 1 ; Survey maps, 
tXIX. 411 ; XX. 474, 566, 676 

Johnston — Modem map of England 
and Wales, XIL 332 f; Railway 
map, VI. 492 f ; Three miles to an 
inchmap, XIV. 468t 

Magnetism — ^Die Isoklinen-Earte von 
Whiston, etc. : W. Felgentraeger, 
V. 178 1 

Ordnance Surveys, fL 92, 189, 285, 
382, 475, 572 ; II. 94, 190, 283, 477, 
50^9 ; III. 78, 165, 258, 353, 441, 537 ; 
rV. 93, 191, 382, 476, 581 ; V. 93, 
189, 286, 405, 509, 610; VI. 103, 
202, 297, 491; VII. 120, 225, 341, 
449, 572, 686; VIIL 94, 197, 313, 
426, 537, 654; IX. 118, 246, 349, 
469, 585, 690; X. 125, 235, 346, 557, 
657; XI. 107, 209, 325, 462, 577, 
690; XII. 107, 221, 332, 442, 548, 
643; Xm. 101, 221,332,462, 572, 
690; XIV. 12.5, 237, 348,467, 590, 
691 ; XV. 92, 201, 304, 449, 559, 
677; XVI. 134, 261, 377,496, 592, 
707; XVII. 99, 103, 219, 223, 328, 



SNOUBB 

Sagland and Wales— con^nusd. 

457, 566, 571. 684 ; XVIIL 116, 243, 
345,461. 556,660; XIX. 113, 243, 
410, 535, 663, 784; XX. 132, 252, 
366, 474, 565, 676; Catalogue of 
maps and plans, VIIL 189 f; 

XVIII. 548 1 ; List and prices of 
maps, XVIIL 351 f, 655 

Railway map. Official, prepared . . . 

at railway clearing house, XX. 

676 1 
Relief map: Longmans & Co., VII. 

342 1 
Tidal observations and Ordnance 

spirit-levelUng, XIV. 571 §, 578 f 
Climatology — 
Dust shower in S.W. of England, 

XIX. 767 1 

English climatology: F. C. Bayard, 

I. 563 1 
Rainfall in E. and W. : W. Marriott, 

XVIL319t 
Bain-storm in C. England, XVII. 186 
Physical geography— 
Caves, X. 500 
English plains and escarpments: R. 

Lydckker, XI. 89 1 
Fragment of geography of England : 

li. R. Mill, XV. 205,* 353 ♦ ; XVL 

246 1 
Geological structure of rocks, 11. 527 
Glacial period, IX. 366 
Regional geology, XII. 519 
Rivers, Development of certain Eng- 
lish : W. M. Davie, V. 127*; 

diversion of drainage of: Davis and 

Herbertson, XX. 524; Southern 

river systems, A. Strahan on, XX. 

97; Buckman on, XX. 533 
Scenery, variety of, IX. 566 ; Scenery 

of England : Lord Avebury, XIX. 

767 t : XX. 89 § 
South-Eastern coalfield : B. Dawkins, 

XV. 190 1 
England, Lowlands of, 

XIL 68 
Population — 
Births, deaths, and marriages. Annual 

report, XV. 548 t 
Census of 1891, General report, and 

index to population tables, HI. 

249 1; Do. 1901, Preliminary re- 
port, XVIII. 547 1 
Distribution of population: T. A. 

Welton, XVII. 547 f 
I^ocal death-rates : T. A. Welton, IX. 

679 1 
Repartition de la population en An- 

glcterre an cours de XIX«. si^cle : 

P. Lavagne, XIX. 395 f 
Towns and villages. Distribution of : 

G. G. Chisholm, IX. 76 • ; X. 511 1 

Engler, A. : Die Entwickelung der Pflau- 

zen-Geographie, XV. 90 f ; Dio Pflan- 

zenwelt Ost-Afrikas und der Nachbar- 

gebiete, VIIL 417 f ; Flora of Usambara, 



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GKNERAL IXDBX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



EN6LSB 

V. 170 ; do., Mountain, of N. Nyasaland, 

XX. 338; Geographiache Verbrcitung 

der Rntaceen, etc., X. 233 1; Hochgre- 

birgsflora des tropiscben Afrika, I. 376 f ; 

Vegetationsverbaltnisse des Uluguru- 

gebirgee, XVI. 250 f 
Eugler und O. Drude : Die Vegetation der 

Erde, XX. 564 1 
Engliscb, E. R. yon : Die Hobe Tdtra und 

die Alpen, XVI. 570 f 
Englisb, A. C. ; journey in Br. New 

Guinea, XIII. 540 
English catalogue of books, f IX. 584 ; 

XIII. 330, 571 : XVII. 582 
Channel — Seaside Meteorology: 

W. G. Black, VI. 292 f ; Pilot : J. W. 

King, XV. 662 1 ; (Supplements), VIII. 

187 1; XVIII. 546; Travel of shingle 

across bays of, XI. 540 ; Valley form of, 

IX. 537 

- and Irish Channels, Tidal Streams 



(charts), XIV. 351 1 

Language — English-German dic- 



tionary : Fliigel, Schmidt, Tanger, VII. 

571 1 ; English-French, etc.. Vocabulary 

and dialogues: C. A. Thimm, 536 f; 

Standard dictionary of, XV. 448 f 
English-speaking people. Federation of: 

J. Milno, V. 399 f 
Englishwoman's vear-book and directory : 

E.James, XV. *448t 
Enjoy, P. d' : Autonomic communale en 
Annam, XII. 431 f ; Colonisation de la 
Cbchin-Chino, XI. 31 1 f ; Incursion 
chez les Mois, VII. lllf; Pays d* 
Annam, XIX. 230 f; Voie ferre'e de 
Bassao a Saigon, IX. 338 f 
Enlart, C. : L'ile do Ohypre, XI. 88 f 
Enncacrunus, fountain, Atliens, XII. 161 
Ennoberg, crust-torsion at, XVI. 458 
Knnerdale lake, VII. 618 ; depth, IV. 238 ; 

survey, II. 548; VI. 72, 1G2 
Ennia country and people, Somaliland, 

XX. 374 
Entomological Society, Address to : II. J. 

Elwes, VI. 199 1 
Entrecasteaux, d' ; Collection do dessins 
provenant de I'Expcdition de: E. T. 
Hamy, VII. 568 t : IX. lUf : D'Entre- 
casteaux 1787-1793; Baron Hulot, V. 

400 1 
Environment — Effects of geographical: 

G. G. Hubbard, X. 554 1; Influence of 
geographical : C. Mindeleff, X. 234 f ; 
Influence upon human industries and 
arts: O. T.Mason, XI. 105 f; In rela- 
tion to sex in human culture : O. T. 
Mason, XIX. 782 f : Relation of primi- 
tive peoples to: J. W. Powell, XI. 

105 1 
Enzensperger, J. : Der Wilde Kaiser, XT. 

307 1 ; Die Hofats im Algau, IX. 457 f 
Eocene beds, mammalian remains in, IX. 

74 
EotvoB, R. B. : Gravitation und Erdmag- 

nctismus, XI. 103 f 



EBITBBA 

Epeirogenio uplift, Wave-like progrcaB 
of : W. Upham, IV. 380 1 

Ephesus, history of, XX. 274 

Epirus, III. 323 : aee Albania 

Epois, M. J. : Carte generale de la 
Martinique, XX. 475 f 

Equateurville, Congo Free State, Meteor- 
ological observations at : C. Lemaire, 
III. 438 1 

Equator Ridge and Peak,E. Africa, IV.307 

Equatorial maps, Equal-area projecticm 
for, E. Hammer on, XV. 427 

Province, Notes from : A. D. 

Milne, XIV. 582 f ; Die Wahrheit iiber 
Emin Pascha, die a^gyptisohe Aequa- 
torialprovinz und den Soudan, etc. : 
Hassan and Baruck, III. 72 1; Truth 
about Emin Pasha and the Soudan : V. 
Hassan, II. 90 f 

— and Guinea currents: J. T. 



r*-«^ 



Huchanan, VII. 267 
Equilibre intercontinental : L. Drapeyron, 

XII. 640 1 
Equipment of exploring expeditions : M. 

W. Brown, XIII. 220 f 
Eratosthenes, on ancient Arabian naviga- 
tion, II. 46 
Erba, mt., Sudan, VIII. 349, 352 
Erbach-Eibiich, Graf E. : Im Delta des 

Orinoko, VII. 566 1 
Erckert, R. von : on old bed of Oxus, I. 

64 ; Wanderungen und Siedelnngen der 

gcrmanischen St'amme in Mittel- 

Europti, XVII. 99 1 
Erdek, Mysia, TX. l.'iS 
Erdweg, P. J. : Besuoh bei den Varopu 

(Doutsch-Neu-Guinea), XVII. 560 f 
Erebus mt., Antarctic, III. 9; XVI. 398; 

XVII. 489 
Eremian subregion of Palffiarctic region,# 

X. 88 
Erer river, Somaliland, IV. 628, 530 ; 

VIII. 122,135 
Erfurt, Die Lagonvorh'altnisse von: A. 

Kirchlioff, VII. 107 t 
Erg Kegion, journey of Foureau in, VII. 

663 
Erhardt, J. ; obituary notice, XVIII. 543 f 
Erichsen, M. : Expedition to Greenland, 

XIX. 041 
Ericht, Loch, Bathymetrical survey, 

XVII. 289 
Ericsson, C. : Visit to the Philippines. 

XII. 96 1 
Eridanus river, Greece, XII. 161 
Erie lake : see Great Lakes 

railway, XIII. 523 

Eristoff, Prince R. D. : Notes on Svanetia, 

XII. 206 1 
Eritrea — 

A travers TBrythree italienne: G. 
Saint-Yves, XX. 246 f 

Altcn und neucn Grenzen Erythraas: 
C. von Bruohhausen, XII. 434 1 

Arsile'o e Golima, il paese degli 'Afir 
etc. : G. Cora, XIX. 233 1 



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SRHBEA 

SSriirea — <iontinued, 

Ayvenire della colonia Eritrea: L. 

Franohetti, VI. 488 1 : X. 340 f 
BcYolkemngsYerhaltDisBO der . . . 

Erythriea : W. H. Fritzche, VI. 488 1 
Carta della Colonia . . . e le critiche 

del G. Cora, XIX. 528 1 
Censimento della popolazione indigene : 

C. RoBsini, XIX. G56 1 
Colonia Eritrea dalle sue origini, etc. : 

T. B. Melli, XVU. 211 1 
Colonies italiennes : E. Brion, VII. 214 f 
Eflcnrsione dair Asmara a Mai Daro : F. 

Cicoodioola, V. 283 1 
II mio recente viag^io, etc. : G. 

Schweinfurth, V. 89 1 
Italiens en Erythrce: C. de la 

Jonqui^re, X. 178, 229 1 
Itinerary from Asmara to South : G. 

Bettini, I. 470 f 
Maps — Carta della Colonia Eritrea 

(Inst. Geogr. Militare), XVII. 100 1 ; 

XX. 475 1; Nuove Carta . . . Eritroa 

e Regioni Limitrofe, VII. 450 1 
Notes on : Capt. L. Haneuse, I. 470 1 
Photographs : G. Schweinfurth, X. 348 
Reise mit Dr. M. Schoeller in der . . . 

Erythflda : G. Schweinfurth, IV. 577 1 
Sfera d'intiuenza italiana nella Spezial- 

karte di H. Habenicht, XVIII. 

551 1 
Snl Clima della Colonia Eritroa : L. de 

Magistris, VIL 214 1 
BuUe odieme oondizioni dell' Eritrea : 

A. Parazzoli, XIX. 233 f 
Wert von Italienisoh-Afrika, VIII. 311 f 

Erky F. : Die orste Konfereuz der inter- 
nationalen aeoronautischen Kom- 
mission, XII. 547 ; Einwirkung . . . 
ciner Wolkendecke, XII. 439 f ; 
Rlimatologische Landcsforschung in 
Bayem, XVII. 544 f ; Wichtigsten 
Bergobservatorien, XVI. 374 1 

Erkeleiis, B. : Geschiedenis van het Rijk 
Gowa, XII. 324 f 

Erlang temple, Scohuan, X. 241 

Erlauger, Baron : Expedition to N.E. 
Africa, XVII. 190, 528; XIX. 87; S. 
Abyssinia, XVIII. 214; Sulla spedi- 
zioiie ... in Abissinia, XX. 854 1 ; 
Ueber die Reise in den Galla-Landern, 
X VIIL 330 1 

und O. Neumann : Reise in 

Nordost-Afrika, XVI. 581 1 ; XVII. 677 1 

Ermine Street, X. 517 

Erodi, B. : L'aotivite' de la Societe 
Hongroise de Geographic, IX. 688 1; 
Sixth International Geographical Con- 
gress, VIII. 537 1 ; Utazdsom Sicilia es 
Malta szigete'n, VIII. 188 f 

Erosion — 
Erosion torrentielle post-glaciaire dans 
qnelqucs vallees : E. Chaix, XX. 

674 1 
Les phenomenes d'e'rosion : J. Girard, 
Xm. 686 1 



S8FBEAHSIETT 

Erosion — oovUinued. 
Marine and subaerial : H. W. Mouckton, 

XX. 563 1 
Winderosion : 8. Passarge, XVIII. 555 f 
Erratic blocks of British Isles, XIV. 332 f 
Errera, C. : Atlanti e Carte nautiche, etc., 
IX. 686 1 ; Delia carta di Andrea 
Bianco, VI. 588 f; IX. 185; L'opoca 
delle'grandi scoperte geografiche, XIX. 

661 1 
Erri mts., E. Africa, IV. 315 
Erskine, T.: Shipping and shipbuilding 

on American lakes, XVI. 353 
Erub I., Pacific, IV. 569 
Erzerum, Trade Rep., fXIL 630; XVL 

698 ; XVIII. 639 
Erzgebirge — Tremblements de terre de 

plissement dans rErzgebirge: F. de 

Montessus de Ballore, XIX. 649 1 
Erzingan, Euphrates, VIII. 459 
Escande, L. : Navigabilite' du fleuve 

Rouge, VI. 486 f 
EscayriB de Lantnro, Comte d' : P. 

Durand-Lapie, XVI. 494 f 
Each. E. : Etinde volcano, Kamerun, 

XVIII. 444; Kustengebiet von Kame- 
run, XVI. 580 1 
Eschenhagen, M. : Magnetische Unter- 

suchungen im Harz, XI. 448 f ; Minute 

. . . changes of Earth's magnetism, XII. 

218 1; Schnelle periodische Verande- 

rungon des Erd-maguetismus, XI. 104 f 
Escott, E. B. S. : Condition of Br. 

Honduras, III. 518 
Eshiras, Excursion au pays des : R. P. 

Buleon, V. 283 1 
Eskdale, river-diversions near, VII. 619 
Eskor valley, Spitzbergen, IX. 355, 358 
Eskers, Distribution of, in Ireland : W. J. 

Sollas, XI. 309 1; Esker lakes in N.E. 

Indiana, XVIII. 93 §, 112 1 
Eskimo, Cape, Hudson's Bay, VI. 446 
Eskimo Seal lake, Labrador: see Tasia* 

galuk 
Eskimos, of Bafflnland, XVIII. 42; of 
N. Canada, IV. 445; of Greenland, 

II. 312 ; XI. 226, 238 

Eskimo clothing, advantages of, II. 306 
life : F. Nansen, trs. W. Archer, 

III. 350 1 

Eskiraoliv: F. Nansen, I. 282 1 
Graphic art of: W. J. Hoffman, XII. 

637 1 
Notes on most northern : H. G. Bryant, 

VIII. 426 1 
Esia, Sobre el origen del rio : A. de 

Valbuena, XVIII. 633 1 
Esmeralda or Todos los Santos lake, XVI. 

83 

— '- Rio, Ecuador, 1. 154 ; XVII.344 

Espada, M. J. de la : Noticias ... del 

famoso rio Marafion, I. 86 f 
Espagnat, P. d' : Aux lies A9ores, XIII. 

554 1 
Esperandieu, E. : Muse'e de Perigeaux, 

Inscriptions antiques, III. 69 f 



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GENBKAL INDEX TO VOLS. I.— XX. 



XS.8XFALAT 

Es-SefalAt, provinoe, Tafilet, Y. 382 
Esseqnibo — 
Dutch colony of, IX. 447 
Old Boundary of Easequibo : J. Bed- 
way, VII. 565 1 
Shore of Easequibo and Demerara : F. 
J. Gray, XX. 408 ♦ 

river, XVII. 355 

Esser, M. : Reise nach dem Kunene, etc., 
IX. 577 1; X. 212; Ueber das Gebiet 
an der Kunenemiindung, IX. 340 f 
Essex — 
Agriculture in : F. C. Danverg, X. 454 1 
Highways, byways, and waterways of : 

C. Barrett, I. 466 1 
Past and present, Philips* County 
Readers : G. F. Bosworth, XIII. 

212t 

Es-Sifa province, Tafilet, V. 332 

Esthetique des villes : A. J. Wauters, IX. 
336 1 

Estreichcr, T. : First globe with name 
America, XVIII. 220 ; Globus Biblio- 
teki Jagiellonskiej, XIX. 409 f 

Estrey, H M. d' : La bale de Humboldt, 
IV. 284 1 ; Le peril jaune, VIII. 426 f ; 
Sambas, . . . Borneo, IX. 461 1 ; Todio, 
Posso, Saouson et Mooeton, VIII. 

91 1 
Estrine, L. : Port franc k Marseille, etc., 

XVI. 360 1 
Estuaries: H. L. Partiot, V. 185 1; 

Character of: J. Girard, I. 89 1; Ice 

control in, M. Dileos on, IV. 369; 

Stability of channels through: P. M. 

Crossthwaite, XII. 545 f ; see ciUo 

Rivers 
Etang de Berre, lagoon, Marseilles : J. G. 

Roux, L 278 1 
Etbai, N., Emerald mines of: D. A. 

MacAlister, XVI. 537 • ; XVII. 90 f ; 

Study on : E. A. Floyer, I. 470 t 
EteroU, M. ; winter in Spitzbergen, VI. 

553 
Etheridge, R. : Catalogue of works, etc., 

on . . . Australian and Tasmanian 

aborigines, VI. 198 1; Geological and 

ethnological observations in valley of 

Wollondilly, XI. 571 f ; Ideographic 

carvings of aborigines at Point Piper, 

Rose Bay, etc., II. 188 t; Visit to 

Narrangullen or Cavan Cave, I. 378 f 
, T. W. E. David, and J. W. 

Grimshaw : Submerged Forest . . . near 

Sydney, XI. 101 f 
Ethiope river, Benin country, I. 126 
Ethiopia (nee also Abyssinia, Galla 
countries, etc.) — 

Ancient trade route across : J. T. Bent, 
II. 140 ♦ 

Carta dimostrativa della Etiopia: E. 
de Chaurand, V. 190 f ; Do., Elenco 
. . . del nomi oonteuti nella : Id., VI. 

296 1 
From Somali Coast through 8. Ethiopia 
to Sudan : O. Neumann, XX. 373* 



XTDTDB 

Ethiopian faunal region, III. 98; VIL 

282 ; antelopes of, VII. 285 
Ethiopio Manuscripts, Lives of Mab&' 

Seyon and Gabra Krestde: E. A. W. 

Budge, Xni. 571 1 
Ethnology (seedUo Anthropology, Anthro- 
pogeography)— 

Communal Barracks of primitive races : 
S. E. Peal, IV. 470 f 

Considerations g^nerales snr lea races 
jaunes : E. T. Hamy, VIL 221 f 

Dreigliederung des Mensohenge- 
schlechtes : W. Koppen, VL 394 1 

Ethnic influences in vital statistics : W. 
Z. Ripley, VIII. 426 f 

Ethnographic investigations in Suma- 
tra : Volz, XI. 672 

Ethnographical Survey of Canada, XII. 
212 1; XIII. 323 1; of U.K.: E. 
W. Brabrook, flX. 679; XL 309; 
XII. 204 

Ethnographic, Geog^phische Methode 
in : F, Ratzel, ,X. 234 1 

Ethnographischc Beobachtungen . . . 
in Togo : H. Seidel, X. 234 1 

Ethnographic Nordost - Af rikas : P. 

PauUtschke, Vm.418t 
Ethnography of Aran Is., A. C. Haddon 

and C. R. Browne on, IV. 59; of 

Caucasia, VII. 547 ; of S.E. Hungary, 

J. Janko on, IV. 59 ; of Turkestan 

and Tibet XIV. 91 
Bthnologisches Notizblatt, XV. 303 1 
Ethnology : A. H. Keane, VII. 338 t, 

483 §; Man, past and present: Id., 

XIV. 124 1, 449 § 
, Bureau of, publications : F. 

W. Hodge, VI. 396 1 

-, Controversies in : A. Bastian, 



III 164 t 

of India, III. 219 



Etnologia air Esposizione di Torino nel 
1898: E. H. Giglioli, XVIL 456 1 

Influence of climate on races : Hon. J. 
W. Fortescue,U. 189 t 

On various supposed relations between 
American and Asian races: D. 6. 

Brinton,IV. 473t 

Part played by mountains in distribu- 
tion of races, F. Regnault on, 1. 175 

Prahistorischc Zeichnen nnd Oma- 
mente : E. von den Steinen, IX. 846 f 

Pre-Aryan commercial village in India 
and Europe: J. F. Hewitt, XIV. 

225 t 
Races of Europe : W. Z. Ripley, XV. 

433 1, 531 § 
Race problem ; its possible solution : E. 

Atkinson, XX. 248 f 
Racial geography of Europe: W. Z. 

Ripley, X. 450 1 
Rassen und Volker : L. Wilser, XIX. 

409 1 
Etinde — Vulkan Etinde in Kamemn und 
seine Gesteine : E. Esch, XVIII. 389 f, 
444 § 



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xnrA 

Etna— 

Gommentare zn Griechisohen nnd 

Romisohen Bohriftstellem : S. Sad- 

hans, XIL 440 f 
Eruption in 1892 : E. Chaix, UL 69 f 
Height, XIX. 211 
Bur robservatoire de V : H. Faye, IX. 

677 1 ; J. Janasen, XVI. 572 f 
Tnlcaniflchen Ansbruche . . . 1892 : O. 

Lenz, IV. 186t 

river : see Ck)pper river 

Etsch, Die : A. Penck, VII. 109 1 
Etude th^rique sur la plongee des soub- 

mariuB : Leflaive, IX. 349 1 
Etudes geographiques : Venukoff, VIII. 

535t 
Etymology {§ee aUo Orthography, Place- 
names)-— 

Anf der Balkan Halbinscl : J. Lcva^id, 
XII. 441 1 

Australian place-names, A. J. Wright 
on, XIII. 306 

Etymologies Lyonnaises : M. A. Steyort, 
XVI. 706 1 

Etymology of Africa and Ophir : 8ir G. 
Birdwood, XVI. 134 1 

Names and their histories, etc. : J. 
Taylor, VIH. 520 §, 536 f 

Repertorium geographico-polyglottum 
in uBum "Sylloges Algarum Om- 
nium : " H. De-Toni, IV. 474 f 

Topononastica e Topolessigrafla : G. 
Kicchieri e O. Marinelli, XIX. 663 f 
Euler, L. : Ueber Kartenprojection, 

XIII. 459 1, 685 1 
Enloeus river, Persia, identification of, 

1.442 
Euphrates — 

Am Enphrat und Tigris: E. Saohau, 

XVL578t 

Gorges of. Photographs : G. H. Hunt- 
ington, G. P. Knapp, P. T. B. Ward, 
XIX. 788 

Sources of the: W. F. Ainsworth, V. 
173* 

Through the great cafion of : E Hunt- 
ington, XX. 175 ♦ 

Upper Euphrates, Journey in valley of : 
V. W. Yorke, VIIL 453 ♦, 517 ♦ ; IX. 

89, 236 1 

, Roman roads and 

defences on, VIII. 322, 462, 468 
Eureka district, Nevada ; U.S. Geological 

Survey : A. Hague, II. 380 1 
Euringer, G. : Berg- nnd Glctschcrfuhrten 
in der Montblanc-Kette. IX. 457 f ; Die 
Grajisohen Alpen, XIII. 21 1 f 
Europasian subregion of Paltearctio 

region, X. 87 
Surope — 

Ambassade de la Forest et de Marillac 
k Constantinople, 1535-1538 : V. L. 
Bourilly, XVIII. 546 1 
Anthropology and ethnology, Selected 
bibliography : W. Z. Ripley, XIV. 
676 t 



SVBOPS 

Evaow^^eontinued, 

Bevolkenmg der Erde: A. Supan, 

XV. 188 1 

Bewiilkung in Europa an Gyklonen- 

und Anticyklonen-Tagen : 0. Kass- 

ner, XIV. 330 f 
Changes in political map of Europe, 

etc. : D. F. Howorth, XV. 188 f 
Climate and Atlantic icebergs, H. 

Habenicht on, 1. 172 
Commercial relations of U.S. with, 

XVI. 570 1 

Continent by Queenboro' vi& Flush- 
ing : H. Tiedman, IV. 280 f 
Crypto-d^pressions de I'Europe: J. 

Cvijid,XX. 99§, 119t 
CoDcordances de la g^graphie 

physique avec le groupement 

logique . . . des Etats europeens : 

E. Payart, XVIII. 322 f 
Distribution of European race: E. 

Levasseur, I. 188 1 
Early metallurgy of copper, etc., in 

Europe: W. Gowland XVI. 119 f 
Einfluss der Elima-Schwankungen 

. . . : E. Bruckner, VI. 579 1 
• des Klimas anf die Verwitte- 

rung, etc. : E. Ramann, XX. 119 ft 
der Warmeschwankungen des 



Norwegischeu Meeres auf die Luft- 

cirkulation ; E. Lesshaft, XV. 433 1 
Europa, Eine allegemeine Landes- 

kunde: A. Phillippson und L. 

Neumann, VI. 392 f 
Europaische Seen naoh Meereshohe, 

Grosse und Tiefe : E. Peucker, IX. 

103 1 
European literature upon Hwen 

Thsang, VIII. 245 
settlement in C. Africa, 

VII. 378 ; W. coast of Africa, VIII. 

490; Sahara, III. 417; trade on 

Niger and Benue, V. 53 

Tour, The : G. Allen, XV. 



78 1 

Expansion de la race enrop^enne hors 
d*Europe, etc. : E. Levasseur, V. 

403 1 
FAgan om istidens . . . Europa : A. 

G. Nathorst, VII. 560 f 
Fauna, History of European : R. F. 

Scharff, XIV. 576 1: XV. ]72§ 
Fort»&ngen af Europas allmanna 

topografiska Kartarbeten : C. Tottie, 

XIV. 4.^2 t 
Gebirgsbau der Agais und seine 

allgomoincren Beziehungen : A. 

Philippson, XIX. 392 t 
Geological picture of mediaeval 

Europe, J. B. Nevins, XIV 110 
Geographie militaire, etc : O. Barre, 

XIV. not 

Geography of: L. W. Lydc, XI. 

575 t 
Glacial deposits, Classification of : J. 

Geikie, VI. 292 1 



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GEXERAL INDEX tO VOL8. I.— XX. 



XimOFB 

Znrope — ootUituted. 

ffauptwetterlagen in Europa : W. J. 

van Bebber, XI. 446 1 
Hep:«nQonie de TEurope : E. Roclus, 

IV. 374 1, 456 § 
Ifistoire orogenique de TEurope . . . : 

S. Meunier, VII. 117 1 
I lydroj^raphisoh-biologiBche Erfor- 

achunp dor Mcere, Binnenmeore 

und tieferen Seen Europas: O. 

Pettcreson, XIX. 392 1 
Ibraliim's-Ibn-Jakiib'a Reiscbericht 

iiber die Slawenlande : P. Woat- 

berg, XV. 187 1 
Intorno ad alcuni strnmonti litici . . . 

nell' Europa : E. H. Giplioli, XVJI. 

443 1 
Koretoge fra Xordon til den spanske 

Halv0 : A. FabriciuB, XVI. 484 f 
Map of Europe bv troatv : Sir E. 

Hortfllet, II. 378 t 
Militar-topographischcn Arlx»itou in 

den europUischon Stnaton : V. 

Haardt, XVI. 484 1 
Mouvement ctilonisateur de la race 

europeenne vers r(^rient : S. E. M. 

J. de Semcnow, V. 403 1 
Mittelouropaisclio liandscbaftsbild 

nacb seiner geschichtliohen Knt- 

wickeluug : R. Gradmann, XVIII. 

631 1 
Odd bits of travel with brush and 

camera : C M. Taylor, XVII. 

44r) t 
Plinius is meretei a szittydk hazdjdrdl 

es Eunipa ejszaki res-zein'il : II. 

ZolUntiil, XVII. 672 f 
Political and social : M. Block, I. 

180 t 
Politisch-geojrrnphische Riickblicke : 

F. Ratzel, XI. 564t 
Popolaziono d(;ir Europe : F. M. 

Pasanisi, XVI. 242t 
Population do certaines villes 

d'Eumpe : A. Iluni, XI. (»8() t 
Races de F Europe : J. Deniker, XVI. 

119 1 
Races of Europe : W. Z. Riplcv, 

XV. 438 1, 531 § 
Racial geography of: W. Z. Ripley, 

X. 450 1 
Razze d'Europa: F. M. Pasanisi, 

XVII. 543 1 
Recensements de population : C. 

Cilvanet, XIX. 392 f 
Regime pluviometriquo de TEurope 

occidentale : A. Angot, VII. 110 f 
Rivers — Areale dor europaisclien 

Stromgebiete : A. Bludau, XVII. 

445 1; Temperatures of: H. N. 

Dickson, VI. 2(54 ♦ 
Sonnenschein in Europa : H. Konig, 

IX. 573 1 
Stanford's Compendium of Geography, 

etc., Europe: G. G. Chisholm, 

XV. 172 §, 187 1 



ZmiOFE 

XoTOpe — continued. 

Steppen-bildung in Europa: A. 

Nohring, VI. 579 f 
Strategical geography of: T. M. 

Maguire, I. 466 f ; XVI. 119 1 
Sugar industry on the Continent : Y. 

Guyot, XX. 665 1 
Topographic der FcldzUge Robert 

Guiscards' gegen das byzantinische 

Reich : B. Dentzer, XIX. 103 1 
Tourist Guide (G. E. Rly.) : P. Lind- 

ley, VI. 483 1 
Tundras and steppes of Europe, 

Prehistoric: J. Geikie, XII. 426t 
Unders('>kningen af norra Europas 

djupasjoar . . . 1900 : O. Pettersson, 

XX. 552 1 
Verbreitung dor Schriftarten in: L. 

Henkel, XVIII. 101 f ; map, XVIII. 

244 1 
Verteilung der Kopfformen in Europa, 

E.Schmidt, XVI. 119 1 
Vorgeschiohtliohe Eultur Europas: 

etc. : H. Hirt, XIII. 
Weltgeschiohte : H. F. Helmolt, 

XVII. 543 t 
Winterklima in Mittel- und Nord- 

west Europa : W. Meinardus, XIII. 

318 1 
Central — 

Condominium dans I'Enrope oentrale : 

Moresnet, XIX. 392 1 
De kvartaere Stepper i Mellemevropa : 

M. Vahl, XX. 238 f 
Evaporation in C. Europe, A. Ponck's 

researches, V. 483 
Fossile Kamele in Rumanion nnd die 

pleistociine Steppenzeit Mitteleu- 

ropas : A. Nohring, XVIII. 646 1 
G(»ographical research in : K. Peucker, 

IV. 171 
Hohe T^tra und die Alpen : K. R. von 

Englisch, XVI. 570 1 - 
Jagtiagelser paa en Rejse i Mcllem- 

og Sydeuropa : Moldahl, IX. 103 1 
Memel- Pregel- und Weiohselstrom : 

H. Keller, XVI. 570 1 : V. Kremser, 

XVI. 570 t 
I^flanzendeoke Mitteleuropas : A. 

Schulz, XIV. 452 1 : Pflanzenwelt 

Mitteleuropaa : Id., VI. 99 1 
Problem of C. Europe : Baron P. de 

C>oubertin, XVIII. 630 t 
Temperatur fliessendor Gewasser Mit- 

teleuropaa : A. E. Forster, V. 185t 
Vegetation der Diluvialzeit in den 

mittlereu Regioneu Europas: C. 

A. Weber, XV. 187 f 
Verbreitung der Halophilen Phaneto- 

gamen in Mittel-Europa : A. Sohulz, 

XIX. 391 1 
Wandcrungen und Siedelungen der 

germanisohen Stamme: R. von 

Erckert, XVII. 99 f 
Eastern — 
Beitrage zur Klarung oriontalisoheD 



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JEDKOifB 

B«r0pe — corUinMed. 

Qnellen uber Ostonropa : F. Weet- 
berg, XVIL 84 1 
Colleotion des GuideB-Joanne, Etats 
da Danube et des Balkans, YIII. 

410 1 
Northern — 
loe-sheet — Stromrichtungcn dea In- 

landeises : J. Martin, XX. 121 f ; 

Westgrenze des letzten . . . In- 

landeiscs: M. Hildebrandt, XIV. 

452 1 
Influence of . . . Atlantic on winter 

climate, XL 611 
Landbojuinp^en vid Rusterna af Os- 

tersjon ooh Kattegat : A. Bonsdorff, 

XIX. 650 1 
Land f)f the long night : P. Du Chailln, 

Xyil. 445 1 
Kiimisohe Handel mit Xordeuropa : P. 

Hofer, XX. 121 f 
Tertiary Ixisalt-plnteau of X.W. 

Europe: Sir A. (ieikie, VIIL 

189 1 
Southern — 

Crust-basins of: Mrs. O. Gordon, XIX. 

395 1 
Landerkundeder drei siideuropaischen 

Halbinseln : T. Fischer, II. 378 f ; 

Wissenschaftliche lAtteratnr zur 

Landerkunde Siideuropas: Id., V. 

179 1 
Volcans do TEuropc meridionale : M. 

Mattoucci, XV. 294 f 
Western — 
Goografla delle Galliffi sotto Tlmpero 

Romano: F. P. (Jarofalo, XIX. 

392 1 
Huirs Submerpod platform of W 

Euwpe : J. W. Spencer, XIII. 555 f 
Ora Maritima. Estudo ... is costas 

occidentacs da Europa : F. M. Sar- 

mento, IX. 236 1 
Rainfall : A. Angot, X. CtM 
Sailing directions for W. Coasts of 

France, Spain, and l*ortugal, XVI. 

364 1 
Submergence of, J. Prcstwich on, II. 

262 
Sub-oceanic features oflf Coast of W. 

Europe: E. Hull, XIIL 285*; 

Terraces and river valleys: Id., 

XIV. :383 1 
Maps and Cartography — 
Carte geologiquc intemationale de 

TEurope, f VI. 590 ; IX. 350 ; XIII. 

222; XIX. 411 
Cartes d'Europe en 1900: Gen. Der- 

r^cagaix, XVIII. 631 f 
Eun^pa a base fisica : G. Cora, IX. 

list 

Generalkarte der SUdost- Europa i- 
schen Halbineel: H. Eiepert, IX. 

584 1 
General map : H. Barrfere, XIX. 411 f 
Historical Atlas of Modern Europe, 



EVOLVnOV 

Europe — continued. 

etc. : R. L, Poole, t VIII. 655 ; IX. 

118, 246, 350, 470, 586, 692; XI. 

108, 326, 578, 690; XIII. 222; 

XIX. 411 
Kartenwerke der europaischen Staton : 

V. Haardt, XIV. 3;M) f 
Liebenow-Ravenstein's Special-Rad- 

fahrerkarte von Mittel-Europa, XX. 

473 1 
Luftdruck- und Tempcratur-Verteil- 

ung iiber Europa, etc. : H. Herge- 
Bell,XVI. 135 1 
Nordisches Kartenwesen : W. Staven- 

hagen, XX. 240 1 
Orographical Map : H. J. Mackinder, 

XVI. 593 1 
Tourisfs Atlas Guide : J. G. Bartholo- 
mew, II. 284 1 
Europeans in tropical lands, acclimatiza- 
tion of, VIII. 644; L. W. Sambon, XII. 
589 * ; XVII. 565 f ; Health of, on Kili- 
manjaro, IV. 459 
Eutiug, Prof. J., biography : A. Mieasler, 
VII. 569 1 ; on formation of dunes, IX. 
297 
Euxine : see Black Sea 
Evans, £. : The garden of Queensland, 
XV. 671 1 

, F. J., and A. Smith : Deviations of 

compass, XIX. 110 f 

-, Sir J. : Origin, etc., of our scien- 



tific Societies, XVIL 328 f ; remarks at 
Royal Society's Antarctic meeting, XL 
422 

-, J. W. : Metalliferous mining in 



India, XVIL 550 f 

-, W. H. : Agriculture in Alaska, 



XII. 99 1 
Evans* Lake, Canada, X. 7 
Evaporation and drainage on large land 

surfaces, IX. 563; of soil, VII. 242; 

Results in N. S. Wales and S. Africa : G. 

Alston, XL 206 1 ; Underground : E. 8. 

Balch, XIX. 780 1; VerdUnstnng des 

Meerwosscrs und des Siisswassers : E. 

Mazelle, XV. 444 f 
Everard, A. M. : Une visite aux mines de 

Pollanarouwa, XIX. 396 f 
Everest, Mt., XIII. 424: Environs and 

native names of : L. A. Waddell, XII. 

564 * ; Everest or Jomokangkar : D. W. 

Freshfield, XIX. 653 1 ; Name des hoch- 

sten Bergcs der Erde : E. Schlagintweit, 

XVIL 549 1 ; Do., D. W. Freshfield and 

B. Schlagintweit, XX. 123 1 
Everglades, Across the : H. L. Willoughby, 

XIV. 120 t, 212 1 
Everill, H. 0.: Malay Archipelago, IV. 

376 1 
Eversley, T. : Trinidad Reviewer, XVI. 

702 1 
Evolution, cooling of earth as cause of; B. 

Quinton on, IX. 563 
, Lesson of: F. W. Hutton, XX. 

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XVBABD 

Evrard : Ceylon, XVII. 86 1 

Ewart, J. H. : Photographs of Hausa 

country, II. 384 
Ewing, W. A. : Jonrney in Hanran, VII. 

213 1 
Excursions— Glass excursions in Wales 

and England : J. B. Reynolds, XIX. 

241 1 ; tee Education, Geographical 
Exeter ; Geology of country round : W. A. 

E. Ussher, XX. 553 1 ; Road map : H. 

R. H. Inglia, IV. 882 1 
Exhibitions — 

Around-the-World American Exposi- 
tion : Hon. O. P. Austin, X Vll. 
566 

Geographical, at Bremen, V. 591 
Ex-Meridians, Ancient and modem : H. B. 

Goodwin, IX. 344 f 
Exploration (see aho Discovery ) — 

Equipment of exploring expedition: 
M. W. Brown, XIII. 220 1 

Fields for future explorers : Sir H. M. 
Stanley, XVIII. 115 1 

Hints on explorational mapping, I. 

472 1 
Lands of promise to the explorer and 
progress of discovery: A. Heilprin, 
VI. 103 1 
Qualifications and training of an ex- 
plorer, II. 502 
Rej>ort8 of explorations: A. R. Hasse, 

XIV. 690 1 
Reyeu sommaire des prinoipales explor- 
ations de Tannee 1900 : A. de Clapa- 
rfede, 456 1 
Expressiveness of speech : A. R. Wallace, 

VII. 119 1 
Eyasfli, lake, E. Africa, IV. 247 
Eyjafjarthard, Iceland, III. 273 
Eyk, ruins of, Somaliland, XL 42 
Eyre, E. J. : discoveries in Australia, IX. 

600 ; obituary, XIX. 99 
Eyre, lake, Australia ; Natives of, II. 319 ; 
J. W. Gregory's expedition to, XIX. 877, 
509, 607 
Eyrigenz, Mysia, IX. 271 
Eyriksjokull, Iceland, HI. 267 
Eysseric, J. : Exploration du Bandama, 
XII. 210 1; Exploration et captivite' 
chez les Gouros, XVI. 251 f ; Journey 
in interior of Ivory Coast, X. 442; 
Mission scientifique k la C6te d'lvoire, 
XV. 194 1; Voyage d'cxploration 2t la 
C<>te d'lvoire, XIII. 92 1 
Eyth, M. von: Sprengung des Eisemen 

Thors, XIX. 103 1 
Eyuk and Boghaz, Visit to Hittite cities 
of:G. E. White, XIX. 770 1 



Fabert, L. : Voyage dans lo pays des 
Trarzas . . . Sahara occidental, I. 183 f 

Fabre, L. A. : L'Adour et le plateau 
landais, Xft. G&j f ; La Magnetite 



YAHBAJ 

pyr^n^enne dans les sables gaaoons, 
XX. 666 1 ; L'e'rosion pyr^n^nne et les 
alluvions de la Garonne, XIX. 766 f; 
Les ensablements du littoral gaacon, 
etc., XVI. 484 f 

Fabrega, P. de: G^graphie du Coeta 
Rica, 11. 475 1 

Fabricius, A: Eorstoge fra Norden til 
den spanske Halvo, XVI. 484 1 : 
Normannertogene til den spanske 
Halvo, XL 88 1; on Geographical 
names in Iberian Pen., II. 364; Pre- 
miere invasion des Nonnands dans 
L'Espagne, II. 185t 

' , E.: Archffiologische Untor- 

suchnngen in Kleinasien, V. 180t; 
Den Norske Lods, V. 505 f 

Faces and places : L. Robinson, X. 460 f 

Fadhli and Tafei countries. Exploration 
in : Mrs. T. Bent, XII. 41 ♦ 

Fsdmundsjoen, Geologiske iakttagelser : 
H. Beusch, XI. 192 f 

Faeroe Channel; deop-sea observations, 
V. 581 • ; IX. 564 ; XII. 569 ; tempera- 
ture, II. 375 
Physical conditions of water of, W. U. 

Moore, IX. 583 1 
Plankton of: G. H. Fowler, IX. 685 f 

Faeroes, The — 
Die Faeroer-Gruppe : D. Broeker, VII. 

107 1 
Die Far-Oer : A. Loreozon, XIII. 555 f 
Die Faroer: G. Sohoener, XVIII. 

546 1 
Einflluss des ostislandischen Polar- 
stromes auf das Elima : M. Knudsen, 

XVII. 84 1 
Elements m<^t^rologiques des ties 
Fe'ro^, de I'lslande, et du Greenland, 
• XIV. 586 1 
Faeroes, The : K. Grossmann, VII. 1 ♦ 
Fieroernes Klima : V. Willaume- 

Jantzen, XIV. 452 1 
Fisroeme 1600-1709: N. Andersen, 

VII. 327 + 
Faroe Isles : O. L. Jiriczek, I. 81 1 
Faroe Is., The : J. Russell-Jeaffreson, 

XI. 191 1 
Faroes, The, XII. 426 + 
Foreign Office Rep., XVIII. 320 f 
Glaciated valleys in: J. Lomas, XIV. 

452 1 
Mission en Islande et aux ilea Feroe : 

R. I^ilet, XI. 192 1 
Photographs : K. Grossman and O. 
Cahnheim, IX. 120 
Fagalde, A. : El Puerto de Talcahuano, 
VII. 115t; Magallanes el pais del 
porvenir, XVIII. 553 f 
Fagan, P. J.: Gazetteer of Hissar 

District, IL 185 1 
Faguibini Lake, Upper Niger, VII. 99 
Fahalfahra, ancient town, VII. 672 
Fa-hian's journey to Pamirs, VIII. 240 
Fahraj, Makran, VII. 670, 672; VI IL 
409,525; XIX. 160 



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VAIBBAISK 

Fairbfurn, A. M. : Raco and religion in 

India, XIV. 579 1 
Fairbanks, H. W. : Geology of Southern 

Coast ranges, XIII. 216 f; Geology of 

San Francisco, IX. 464 1; Physical 

geography npon Pacific coast, XVII. 

452 1 
Fairchild, D. G. : Sumatra's W. coast, 

XIII. 454 1 
, H. L. : Glacial lakes ... in 

Centr. N. York, XIV. 120 1 : Kettles in 

glacial lake deltas, Xin. 97 f 
Fairley, T. : Water snpplies of Yorkshire, 

Xni. 212 1 
Fairweather, Mt., Alaska, XII. 559 
Fai-tsi-lnng, Bay of; Formation of rooks, 

11. 101 
Faivre, M., and M. Potter ; Explorations in 

Sobat basin, XVI. 476 
Faiz Baksh, journey to Pamirs, VIII. 252 
Fa Kn Mem, Manchuria, II. 450 
Falcon I., Pacific, VIII. 56 ; XIV. 85 ; re- 
emergence of, XVII. 79 
Falconer, J. D. : Evolution of the 

Antilles, XX. 470 f 
Falk, A.: Persien, folk och stat, XV. 

664t 
Falkland Is.— 
Can Hawkins's ** Maiden Land " be 

identified as the Falkland Is. ? B. M. 

Chambers, XVIL 414 
Falkland Is. : K. M. Routledge, VIII. 

192 1 

Mammals, V. 471 

Marine fauna : E. M. Pratt, XIII. 324 f 

Reports (Colonial), f XIII. 95 ; XIV. 
684 ; XVIL 94 ; XX. 561 
Falle, P. J. : Wrecks and casualties in 

Indian waters, XIII. 558 1 ; XV. 663 1 
Fallex: Le department de la Seine- 

inferieure, V. tt04 1 
Fallot, H. : Ayenir colonial de la France, 

XX. 365 t ; Carte geologique . . . les 

regions naturclles de la Gironde, IX. 

335 1 ; Situation ^conomique de la 

Timisie, XVI. 370 f 
Falterona, Nuovo laghetto presso la : A. 

Mori, Xm. 452 1 
Famatina; Primera ascension al Ncvado 

Colorado de : R. Hauthal, VII. 445 f 
Famechon, M. : Guin^e fran9ai8e, XVIL 

91 1 
Famines, Indian : Sir H. S. Cunningham, 

IX. 576 1; Prevention of: Sir C. A. 

Elliott, IX. 574 1 
Fanchiotti, G. : Italiani in Inghilterra, 

XV. 447 1 
Fanoch, Persia, pass below, X. 585 
Fans : see M'fangs 
Fanti-land, Social life in : R. M. Connolly, 

IX. 240 1 
Far East : aea East, and Asia, East 
Farafra Oasis, topography and geology: 

H. Beadnell on, XVUL 328 f, 442; 

Journey to Siwa from: W. Jennings- 

Bramley, XIX. 73 ♦ 



vAmrEL 

Farama, W. Africa ; altitude, etc, of, X. 

394 
Faria, A. de, I. 140 
Farinha of Zaparo Indians, III. 483 
Farming industries of Bosnia and Hercc- 

govina, XV. 641 ; Cape Colony, VIII. 

310 1, 481 § 
Famham, A. W. : Method of teaching 

geography, XI. 325 f 
Famum, E. : Trip to Manika Land, IX. 

577 1 
Farquharson, Sir J^: Foreign topographic 

maps, XVI. 129 1; Orthography, etc., 
for national maps, XII. 384; remarks 
on ** Proposed geographical description 
of British Is.," VIL 357 ; on survey by 
Chilean Boundary Commission, XVI. 
344; Twelve years* work of the 
Ordnance Survey, XV. 665 ♦; XVL 364t 

Farrell, R. C. : Railway flocd-works in 
Punjab and Sind, XVI. 577 1 

Farrer, Sir W. : remarks on ** Visit to 
Sudan," VIII. 355 

Farrington, O. C. : Eruptive rocks of 
Mexico, X. 650 1 ; Indiana caves, 
XVIIL 552 1; James D. Dana as 
teacher of geology, VI. 396 1 ; Mts. 
Popocatepetl and Ixtaccihnatl, X. 
651 1 ; XI. 653 § 

Farsan Is. — Kohlenstationen und die 
Farisaninseln : Z. D. Pli&ddemann, 
XIX. 768 1 

Farthest north: F. Nansen, IX. 344 f 

Fashoda, position, XV. 270 

" Blue Book " du Gouvernment anglais : 

Comte de Couronnel, XIII. 92 f 
Fashoda and Bahr-el-Ghazal : J. H. 

Reed, XIV. 459 1 
Question, The : L. D^cle, XIII. 

92 1 
Route de Fachoda: J. L^tard, XX 

855 1 

Fasquelle, E. : Plan do TExposition uni- 
verselle do 1900, XVI. 262 f 

Fassig, O. L. : International Meteor- 
ological Congress, VII. 220 f: IX. 
685 1 ; Types of March weather in U.S., 
XV. 299 1 

Fathura, Persia; sulphur springs at, VII. 
25 

Faucille, Percement de la, XX. 350 f 

FauciUes, Les: A. Fournies, VII. 327 

, D'oii vient le nom de? A. 

Fournier, Vni. 188t 

Fault valleys of Lake District, VII. 611 

Fauna : see Distribution 

Faure, A. : Origines de I'Empire fran9ais 
dans rindo-Chine, XHI. 454 1 

Faustini, A. : Le •* Appearances of land ** 
nella zona antartica, XI. 457 1» 687 1 ; 
La "Groenlandia del Sud," XVIIL 
554 1, 627 § 

Fauvel, A. A. : Cor^e ; Le port de Ma- 
San-Pho, XVI. 697 1 ; Kiaotcheou, XL 
682 t ; La decouverto des iles Sey- 
chelles, XVL 247 1; La Province du 



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VAirVXL 

Chantonng, XII. 95 f ; La Province da 

Tche-Kiang, XIV. 678 1; L*Archipel 

des Seychelles ; Etude de Cartographie, 

II. 279 1 ; Le chemin do fer de Peking 

It Nieou-tchouang, XVI. 486; Le 

nonveau port de 8an-tou-ao, XVI. 

247 1 ; Do., de Novoroasisk, VIII. 528 + ; 

Lea Chemins de fer chinois, XV. 548 f ; 

Do., en Chine, XIII. 89 f : Oeuvre geogr. 

de la mission de Zi-ka-wci, XVI. 556 §, 

575 1 ; Phares de la Chine, XIII. 677 1 ; 

Tele'graphes et postes en Chine, XIII. 

557 1 ; Tche-nam-po, port Core'en, XIV. 

115 1; Vieux terriers, vicux cadastres, 

XIII. 675 1 
Fauvel, E. : Documents geographiques 

manuscrits, etc., XII. 642 f 
Fave, L.,and Rollet do I'lsle : De'tcrmina- 

tion du point k la mer. III. 351 1 
Favcnc, E. : Development of Australian 

natives, II. 816*; Habitability of 

Austmlian desert, II. 558 
Favier, A. : Congres national dcs Societe's 

fran9aise8 de Geographie, XI. 208 f; 

Pe'king, histoire et description, XIII. 

453 1 
Favrc, C. : Carte du theatre de la guerre 

Bud-africaine, XIX. 536 1 
Fawa, W. Africa, VIII. 214 
Fawcett, F. : Madras Government 

Museum; Nayars of Malabar, XIX. 

396 1 ; Moplas of Malabar, X. 6i8.t 
, P. H. ; Journey to Morocco City, 

XIX. 189*; Photographs of Morocco, 

XIX. 540 1 
Faxebugt, Iceland, XIX. 613 
Fay, C. E. : Casualty on Mt. Lefroy, IX. 

106 1 

Fayc, H. : Projet d'expedition on ballon 
aux regions polaircs, VI. 585 f ; Obser- 
vatoire de I'Etna, IX. 677 1; Serpent 
d'eau du Rhone k Geubvc, II. 476 f 

Fayum — 
Description arabc du Fayoum : Ahmed 

Ze'ki Bey, XV. 650 f 
Fayum depression: H. J. L. Beadnell, 

XIX. 399 1 
Fayum and Lake Moeris : Major R. H. 

Brown, L 55 §,84 1 
Fayum towns and their papyri : B. P. 
Grenfell, A. S. Hunt, and D. G. 
Hogarth, XVIII. 301 § 
Photographs : H. "W. Seton-Karr, 
XVIIL 120 
Fea, L. : Isole del Capo Verde, f XII. 433 ; 

Xin. 5G0; XIV. 117 
Federation, Imperial, Progress of: R. 
Salmon, XVII. 457 1 ; Scheme for : G. 
C. Cunningliam, VII. 223 1 
Fedoroff, G. G., und O. W. Kondrato- 
witsch: Ob-Expedition . . . 1895, XIII. 
214 1 

, V. : Abyssinia as factor ... in 

the future of the Red Sea, XIII. 91 1 ; 
Abyssinia; trs. W. B. Gowan, VIII. 
310 f; Obok, etc., X. 340 1 



VEBOV80H 

Fedchenko, D. ; expedition to Pamiis, 

XVIU. 212, 617 
Fees, I.: Schulwandkarte von Afrika, I. 

287 1 
Feigl, H. : Altsyrische Baukunst, XII. 

630 1 ; Aufstand der Boxer, XVI. 575 1 ; 

Eiscnbahnfragc in China, X. 648 1 ; 

Goldland Ophir, IX. 345 1 
Feildeu, H. w . ; Contributions to glacial 

geology: T. G. Bouncy, XVL 495 f ; 

Flowering plants of Novaya Zemlya, 

XIII. 319 1 ; Glacial geology of Arctic 

Europe, IX. 102 f; Kolguev I., VII. 

439 1; on Polar exploration, IV. 365; 

remarks on "N. Polar Problem," IX. 

520 ; Visits to Barents and Kara Seas, 

etc., XI. 383 * 
Feilding, Hon. W. ; remarks on " Johore," 

III. 299 
Feilung Kias, Mekong river, VIII. 573 
Feist, Lieut. : Carte de la Cote oociden- 

tale d'Afrique, XVII. 459 1 
Felber, T. : AUmeuden des alten Landes 

Schwyz, XIX. 523 1 
Felej, Fort, Persian Gulf, X. 613 
Felgcntrager, W. : Die Isoklinen-Karte 

von Whistonund die sakularc Acnderung 

der magnetifichen Inklination, etc., V. 

178 1 ; VI. 187 § 
Felix, J. : Geografia medical& a Bom&nieT, 

XI. 681 1 

, and H. Lcnk : Alturas . . . de la 

Rcpublica Mexicana, X. 6*50 f 

Folkin, K. W. : Distribution of tropical 
diseases in Africa, V. 605 1 ; remarks on 
** Acclimatization ... in tropical lands," 

XII. 604; Wanyoro tribe of C. Africa, 
III. 348 1 

Fellah, Causcric ethnographique sur le: 

Piot Bey, XV. 438 1 
Fels, G. : Highlands of Bavaria, etc. 

("Bnichmann's Guide), VI. 292 1 
Felus : see Khor Fclus 
Fcng-hwang-cheng, Manchuria, IV. 536 
Fenix river, Patagonia, XIV. 355 
Fennell, C. W. : Physical features in Ice- 
land, XIV. 675 1 
Fenncman, N. M. : Profile of equilibrium 

of subaqueous shore terrace, XX. 130 f 
Fens, villages of, IX. 86 
Fens of Lincolnshire, History of: W. H. 

Whcclcr, IX. 556 }, 574 f 
Fen ton, J. J. : Victorian year-book, 1895-8, 

XX. 249 1 
Fen wick, T. : Expedition in Br. Honduras, 

XX. 342 
Fe'ral, G. : Observations me'te'orologiqucs 

sur les pluies ge'nerales et les tempetos, 

VIII. 424 1 
Ferguson, D. : Letters from Portuguese 

captives in Canton, etc., XIX. 768 1; 

Palk's Bay and Strait, XI. 683 1; 

Settlement of Danes at Trauquebar and 

Serampore, XII. 540 1 
, D. W. : Captain R. Knox (bio- 
graphy), X. 655 1 



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natevsov 

Ferguson, G. E. ; Gill memorial presented 
to. III. 420 : IV . 80 ; Mittion to Atftbnbu, 
IV. 189 t 

^ J. : Ceylon Handbook and Di- 
rectory, III. 159t; XIX. 105 1; Ceylon in 
1899, XV. 190 t ; Old and New Colombo, 
XV. 190 1 : Bise of planting enterprise 
and trade in Ceylon tea, XVII. 320 f 

-, and J. Davis- Allen: Indo-Ceylon 



RaUway, XII. 324 f 

-, T. : Map of . . . Suchan, XX. 



677 1; Waterways near Shanghai, 

XVIII. 245 1 

Fergoson L^e, N. Canada, VI. 445 
Fergusson, J. : A History of Architecture 
in all Countries, etc., IV. 471 1 

, M. : Account of Lake Busum- 

ohwi, Ashanti, XIX. 370 f ; Geological 
notes from Tanganyika northwards, 

XIX. 232 1 ; Photographs of Ashanti, 
XIX. 538; SurTeys on Tanganyika, 
XV. 389; Tanganyika and countries 
north of it. Appendix, XVU. 37, 676 1 

Fergusson I., Sir W. MacGregor's jouniey 

across, VIL 432 
Ferkla, oasis, Morocco, V. 328 
Fermier, P. : Observations geologiqucs sur 

la chaino dc Belledonne, XIX. <>40 1 
Fermond, J. : La Charente prchistorique, 

V. 504 1 ; Quelqucs annalcs do la nllc 

de La Rochefoucauld, XI. 447 f 
Fernando Po, XVIII. 551 1 ; fauna, VII. 
283; Spanish exploration in, IX. 222 

Exploraciones en Fernando Poo : D. E. 
Bonelli, VIII. 532 f 

Fernando Po, Guinea espanola, XII. 
99 1 

Fernando PcJo, XX. 355 1 

y la Guinea espa&olu : E. 

L. Vilches, XX. 467 1 
Foman-Vaz (C-ongo-fran9ai8), Le lac: A. 

Foret, XIII. 562 1 
Femow, B. B. : Battle of tlie Forest, IV. 

381 1 : Forests and Deserts of Arizona, 

XL 97 1 ; Walder und Wusten von Ari- 
zona, XII. 435 t 
Ferrand, G. : Region comprise entre les 

rivieres Mananjara et Tavibola, VIII. 

418t 
— , H. : Histoire du Mont Iseran, 

III. 69 1 ; Massif du Rutor, HI. 248 1 
Fcrrars, M. and B. : Burma, XVI. 365 1 
Ferreira, J. de S. : America Abreviada, 

suas noticias ... do Maranhao, VIII. 

192 1 
Fcrrciro, D. M. ; obituary, IX. 99 
Forrelo': see Cabrillo 

Ferrcro, A.: Association geodesiqao In- 
ternationale ; Rapport sur les triangula- 

tions. III. 70 t : XIV. 686 1 
Fcrrier, W. F. : Catalogue of collection of 

Canadian rocks, HI. 73 f 
Ferriere, A. : Le port franc de Copcnhague, 

XIV. 576 1 
Fertineau, R. P. : Madagascar-Nord, En 

exploration, XVII. 676 f 



FienxBOA 

Fesca, M. : Kaffeekultur, XI. 459 f 
Fest, A. : Vic di communicazione dcU' 

Ungheria coll' Adriatico, VII. 561 1 
Fetishism, a Government : R. H. Nassau, 

XIX. 400 1 ; Fetichisme : 8. Perregaux, 
XIV. 235 t 

Fewkes, J. W. : Comparison of Sia and 

Tasayan snake ceremonials, VII. 118 f ; 

Expedition to cliff villages of Red Rock 

Country, XI. 97 f ; Do. to Pueblo Ruins 

near Winslow, XIII. 681 1 ; Prehistoric 

Porto Rico, XX. 561 t 
Fez, caravan road from, to Tafilet, V. 334 

Eine Reise nach Fez : Graf von Pfeil, 
XII. 98 1 

Medical Report on Mission . . . to : W. 
G. Macpherson, X. 552 

Timber supply of, IX. 643 
Fianarantsoa to Masindrano, From : J. 

Pearsc, XI. 569 1 
Fibres, Vegetable ; Papers from Kcw 

Bulletin, XIII. 329 1 
Fichot, E. : Les oOtes de Madagascar, XX. 

356 t 
Fichtelgebirgc in seiner Bedeutung fiir 

den mittcvl-europaischen Verkehr: F. 

Niicliter, XIV. 453 f ; Basalts of Fichtel- 

gebirge : E. Lord, IV. 375 1 
Fick, P. R. : Grammatik der Sanksrit 

Sprache, XX. 123t 
Fief, J. du : Bruges et le nouveau canal 

maritime, XIII. 317 f; Carte de TEtat 

indepenilant du Congo, VI. 493 1 ; XII. 

443 t ; Catastrophe aux petites Antilles, 

XX. 561 1 ; Christope Colomb et la 
decouverte do rAmerique, I. 283 f; 
De'couvertcs maritimes des Portugais 
au XV sicele, XII. 380 1 ; Expeditions 
belies au Katanga, II. 186 f; Ho de 
C\iba, X. 457 t ; lies Hawaii, III. 349 1 ; 
Zone polaire australe, etc., VII. 682 1 

Field, H. M. : Barbary Coast, III. 252 f 
Field Columbian Museum, Annual report, 

IX. 688 1 : Flora of W. Virginia : C. F. 

Millspaugh and L. W. Nuttall, VIII. 

313 1 ; Guide and historical account, V. 

404 1 
Field of (Geography, The : Sir C. R. Mark- 

ham, XI. 1 ♦ 
testing for gold and silver : W. H. 

Merritt, XVI. 495 t 
Fielde, A. M. : Comer of Cathay ; studies 

among Chinese, IV. 576 f 
Fielding, H. : How famine came to Burma, 

IX. (UJOt 
Ficlding-Ould, R. : Malaria and its pre- 
vention, XVIIL 115 t 
Fies, K. : Bildcr aus Ho in Deutsch-Togo, 

XVII. 677 1 
Figueroa, J. B. : Puertos en la Provincia 

de Buenos Aires, XIII. 197 §. 324 f; 

XV. 442 t ; tides and sandbanks in La 

Plata estuary, XIX. 93; Vi6 inter- 

oceanica del Peril, XIII. 325 f 
, P. P. : Diocionario Biogr^fico 

du EstranjeroB en Chile, XIX. 240 1; 



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Fin la 

Nncstras Fronieras del Norte, XIX. 

109 1 
Fyi li.— 

Animal Reports, t XIII. 458; XV. 197 ; 

XVII. 325 ; XX. 672 
Bidrag till Kannedomen on Fidji 

boames . . . E. Stenberg, VII. 682 f 
Fiji for tourietfl : B. Thomaon, IX. 109 1 

— past and present : W. C. Thomson, 

XV. 670 1 
Islands and coral reefs of : A. Agassiz, 
XI. 456 1 ; XII. 525, 544 

and people of: M. I. Finucano, 

fXVII. 213; XVIII. 337, 458 

Land of Viti : J. P. Thomson, III. 

349 1 ; V. 91 1 
Marine snrveys, IX. 657 
Meteorological observations : J. D. Vau- 

ghan, t VIII. 421 ; X. 652 ; XIL 438 ; 

XVII. 453 ; XIX. 530 
Sclaverei auf den Fiji Inseln, VI. 98 f 
Soundings in vicinity, XV. 425 
Tertiary limestone reefs of : A. Agassiz 

on, Xin. 199 
Weather conditions . . . between Fiji 

and Hawaii: M. W. 0. Uepworth, 

XVII. 96 1 
Filarszky, F. : Das Pioninen-Gebirge und 

seine Flora, XII. 554 f 
Filey Bay and Brigg: C. Fox-Strange- 

ways,XIL626t 
Filhol, H. : Gonseils aux voyageurs mitu- 

ralistes, VII. 320, 340 1 
Filippi, F. dc : Ascent of Mt. St. Elias by 

the Duke of Abruzzi, t XVI. 252; XI. 

455; XI t. 326: La spcdizione di . . . 

Duca dcgli