Report of the Curator of Wesleyan University the Museum. Pp. 8.
On the so-called Bird-Track Sculptures in Ohio. A Glacial Pebble, Fired Stones, and Prehistoric Implements. Impression of the figures on a "Meday stick." All by Daniel G. Brinton, M. 1). Philadelphia.
On the Xinca Indians of Guatemala. By Daniel G. Brinton, M. D. Pp. 9.
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Alabama Weather Service. January, 1885. Agricultural and Mechanical College. Auburn. Pp. IT.
Whitestown Centennial Celebration. Historical Discourse. By Charles Tracy. Pp. 16.
Dynamite and Extra-Territorial Crime. By Francis Wharton, LL. D. Philadelphia. Pp. 28.
Symbolism and Science. By Lloyd P. Smith. Philadelphia: Privately printed. Pp. 23.
Aims and Methods of the Teaching of Physics. By Professor Charles K. Wead. Washington: Government Printing-office. Pp. 153.
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Mind-Reading and Beyond. By William A. Hovey. Boston: Lee & Shepard. Pp. 201.
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Psychology of the Chimpanzee.—Dr. C. Pitfield Mitchell has published a "Study of the Psychology of the Chimpanzee," which he has made upon a specimen in captivity at the Central Park Menagerie, New York. On being introduced, the animal offers his right fore hand, and, grasping one of the fingers of his visitor, attempts to put it in his mouth. The extension of the hand, in meeting an acquaintance, is made with a pleased look of recognition, unmistakably the outcome of gratified social feeling, and is often accompanied with a presentation of the back to be scratched. The chimpanzee, seated in a chair at table before a bowl of milk, grasps the spoon with his right fore-hand, and feeds himself, wiping his lips with a napkin held in his left fore-hand. In using the spoon, the coordination of movements lacks precision, but none of the milk is spilled;