Popular Science Monthly/Volume 16

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Popular Science Monthly  (1879) 
Volume 16
 
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November 1879

The Recent Progress of Solar Physics 1
The Diseases of Wild Animals 11
On Radiant Matter I 13
John Stuart Mill IV 25
Ocean Meteorology I 35
The Study of Physiology 43
Mythologic Philosophy II 56
The Evolution of a New Sense 66
Why Do Springs and Wells Overflow? I 71
Mars and his Moons 82
Intellectual Straining in Authorship 93
Respecting Rubbish 97
A Reply to Fallacies of Evolution 101
The Inauguration of Arago's Statue 114
Sketch of Dr. Asa Fitch 116
Editor's Table 121
Literary Notices 125
Popular Miscellany 134
Notes 143

December 1879

Recent Anthropology 145
On Radiant Matter II 157
The Genesis of Sex 167
Ocean Meteorology II 179
First-Hand and Second-Hand Knowledge 197
Education of Brain-Cells 200
Early Methods in Arithmetic 204
Spencer's Data of Ethics 210
History and Methods of Paleontological Discovery I 219
The Beginnings of Geographical Science 236
Expected Meteoric Display 247
Many-Toed Horses 258
Sketch of Heinrich Wilhelm Dove 261
Correspondence 266
Editor's Table 267
Literary Notices 277
Popular Miscellany 283
Notes 287

January 1880

The International Weather-Service 289
John Stuart Mill V 311
A Roguish Household Pet 318
On the Migrations of Races 322
Vaccination in New York 330
The Most Powerful Telescope in Existence 337
The Moral Sense in the Lower Animals 346
Middle-Age Spiritualism 354
History and Methods of Paleontological Discovery II 363
Interoceanic Canal Routes 380
Premature Burials 389
Why Do Springs and Wells Overflow? II 397
Correspondence and Editor's Table 408
Literary Notices 417
Popular Miscellany 425
Notes 432

February 1880

The Origin of Criminal Law 433
Saporta's World of Plants Before the Appearance of Man 446
How Typhoid Fever Is Conveyed 460
Hanoverian Village Life 467
Maps and Map-Making Before Mercator 478
Ancient Methods of Filtration 495
John Stuart Mill VI 501
Imperfections of Modern Harmony 508
Daylight in the Schoolroom 517
Hygiene in the Higher Education of Women 519
Artesian Wells and the Great Sahara 530
The Origin of the Gypsies 540
Prehistoric Records 545
Sketch of Benjamin Silliman 550
Correspondence 554
Editor's Table 555
Literary Notices 561
Popular Miscellany 568
Notes 576

March 1880

The Association of Ideas 577
Dolmens in Japan 593
The Study of Political Economy 601
Ward's Natural Science Establishment 612
The Force Behind Nature 614
New Views of Animal Transformations 625
The Duty of Enjoyment 640
Intemperance in Study 645
Water as Fuel 653
The Early Free Schools of America 663
Prehistoric Ruins in Southern Colorado 666
The Convent of the Capuchins 673
Athletics in Schools 677
The Matamata 684
Frost-Phenomena in Southern Russia 686
Sketch of Carl Ritter 689
Correspondence 693
Editor's Table 695
Literary Notices 698
Popular Miscellany 710
Notes 720

April 1880

Progress and Poverty 721
What Is Jupiter Doing? 737
The Scientific Aspect of Free-Will 745
Experimental Legislation 754
Curious Ways of Getting Food 770
The Pleasure of Visual Form I 780
The Crayfish 789
Learning to Write 795
A Consideration of Suicide 798
Vegetable Phosphorescence 804
Croll's Climate and Time 810
A Living Honeycomb 824
Size of Brain and Size of Body 827
The Textile Plants of the World 831
Sketch of Dr. Charles F. Chandler 833
Correspondence and Editor's Table 842
Literary Notices 850
Popular Miscellany 858
Notes 864
Index 865