Science in the 19th Century Periodical

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À Beckett, Gilbert Abbott 1846–48. The Comic History of England, London: Published at the Punch Office

[Abercrombie, John] 1767. Every Man his Own Gardener: Being a New and Much More Complete Gardener's Kalendar than any one Hitherto Published [...] By Mr. Mawe, [...] and other Gardeners, London: W. Griffin; Norwich: W. Chase; Chelmsford: T. Toft; York: E. Etherington

Abercrombie, John 1830. Inquiries Concerning the Intellectual Powers and the Investigation of Truth, Edinburgh: Waugh and Innes

Abney, William de Wiveleslie 1876. Photography, London: Macmillan

About, Edmond 1869. Le fellah: souvenirs d'Egypte, Paris: Hachette

Accum, Friedrich 1803. A System of Theoretical and Practical Chemistry, Edinburgh: Bell and Bradfute; Glasgow: Brash and Reid; Dublin: Archer and Colbert

Accum, Friedrich Christian 1820. A Treatise on Adulterations of Food, and Culinary Poisons: Exhibiting the Fraudulent Sophistications of Bread, Beer, Wine, Spirituous Liquors, Tea, Coffee, Cream, Confectionery, Vinegar, Mustard, Pepper, Cheese, Olive Oil, Pickles, and Other Articles Employed in Domestic Economy. And Methods of Detecting Them, London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown

Acerbi, Joseph 1802. Travels through Sweden, Finland and Lapland to the North Cape, in the Years 1798 and 1799, 2 vols, London: Joseph Mawman

[Adam, William] 1862. An Inquiry into the Theories of History: With Special Reference to the Principles of the Positive Philosophy, London: Allen

Adams, Andrew Leith 1870. Notes of a Naturalist in the Nile Valley and Malta: A Narrative of Exploration and Research in Connection with the Natural History, Geology, and Archaeology of the Lower Nile and Maltese Islands, Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas

Adams, Brooks 1895. The Law of Civilization and Decay: An Essay on History, London: S. Sonnerschein & Co., Ltd.; New York: Macmillan & Co.

Adams, George 1787. Essays on the Microscope: Containing a Practical Description of the Most Improved Microscope; a General History of Insects ... an Account of the ... Hydrae and Vorticellae, a Description of Three Hundred and Seventy-Nine Animalcula, with a Concise Catalogue of Interesting Objects ..., London: printed for the author

Adolphus, John 1802. The History of England, from the Accession of King George the Third, to the Conclusion of Peace in the Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Three, London: T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies

Agassiz, Elizabeth Cary 1885. Louis Agassiz: His Life and Correspondence, 2 vols, Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co.

Agassiz, Louis 1850. Lake Superior: Its Physical Character, Vegetation and Animals. With a Narrative of the Tour by J. Elliot Cabot and Contributions by Other Scientific Gentlemen, Boston: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln

Agricola, Georg 1530. Bermannvs: sive, De re Metallica, Basileae: In aedibus Frobenianis

Agrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius 1529. De Nobilitate et Praecellentia Foeminei Sexus Expostulatio cum Joanne Catilineti super expositioni libri Joannis Caprionis de verbo mirifico. De sacremento matrimonii [...] De triplici ratione cognoscendi Deum liber unus [...]. Antwerp: Apud Michaelem Hillenum in Rapo

Aikin, John 1784. The Calendar of Nature: Designed for the Instruction and Entertainment of Young Persons, London: J. Johnson

Aikin, John 1792. A View of the Character and Public Services of the Late John Howard Esq. LL.D. F.R.S, London: Joseph Johnson

Aikin, John 1799–1815. General Biography; or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most Eminent Persons of all Ages, Countries, Conditions, and Professions, Arranged According to Alphabetical Order, 10 vols, London: G. G. and J. Robinson [and 3 others]; Edinburgh: Bell and Bradfute

[Aikin, John] and [Barbauld, Anna Laetitia] 1792–96. Evenings at Home; or, The Juvenile Budget Opened: Consisting of a Variety of Miscellaneous Pieces for the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons, 6 vols, London: Joseph Johnson

Airy, George Biddell 1849. Six Lectures on Astronomy: Delivered at the Meetings of the Friends of the Ipswich Museum, at the Temperance Hall, Ipswich, in the Month of March, 1848, London: Simpkin and Marshall

Airy, George Biddell 1852. On the Place of Caesar's Departure from Gaul for the Invasion of Britain, and the Place of his Landing in Britain, with an Appendix of the Battle of Hastings, London: J. B. Nichols and Sons

Albert, Eduard 1895. Die Frauen und das Studium der Medicin, Vienna: A. Hölder

[Alden, Henry Mills] 1884. 'Editor's Easy Chair', Harper's New Monthly Magazine (European edition), 9, 165–68

Aldini, Giovanni 1803. An Account of the Late Improvements in Galvanism: With a Series of Curious and Interesting Experiments Performed Before the Commissioners of the French National Institute, and Repeated Lately in the Anatomical Theatres of London. To Which is Added, an Appendix, Containing the Author's Experiments on the Body of a Malefactor Executed at Newgate, London: Cuthell and Martin & J. Murray

Allen, Grant 1884. Strange Stories, London: Chatto & Windus

Allen, Grant 1885. Babylon, 3 vols, London: Chatto & Windus

Allen, Grant 1895a. The Story of the Plants, Library of Useful Stories, London: G. Newnes

Allen, Grant 1895b. The Woman Who Did, Keynotes Series 8, London: John Lane

Allen, Grant 1896. Moorland Idylls, London: Chatto & Windus

Allen, Grant 1897. The Evolution of the Idea of God: An Inquiry into the Origins of Religions, London: Grant Richards

Althans, Henry 1822. Scripture Natural History, with Reflections, Designed for the Young, Vol. I, London: John Offor

Althaus, Julius 1862. The Spas of Europe, London: Trübner and Co.

Altholz, Josef L. 1989. The Religious Press in Britain, 1760–1900, New York: Greenwood Press

Altick Richard D. 1998 [1957]. The English Common Reader: A Social History of the Mass Reading Public, 2nd edn., Columbus: Ohio State University Press

Altick, Richard D. 1978. The Shows of London, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press

Altick, Richard D. 1997. Punch: The Lively Youth of a British Institution 1841–1851, Colombus: Ohio State University Press

Amory, Thomas 1756. The Life of John Buncle, Esq., Containing Various Observations and Reflections, Made in Several Parts of the World; and Many Extraordinary Relations, London: J. Noon

Anderson, John 1826. Mission to the East Coast of Sumatra, in M.DCCC.XXIII, Under the Direction of the Government of Prince of Wales Island: Including Historical and Descriptive Sketches of the Country, an Account of the Commerce, Population, and the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, and a Visit to the Batta Cannibal States in the Interior, Edinburgh: W. Blackwood

Andrews, Joseph 1827. Journey from Buenos Ayres: Through the Provinces of Cordova, Tucuman, and Salta, to Potosi, Thence by the Deserts of Caranja to Africa, and Subsequently, to Santiago de Chili and Coquimbo, Undertaken on Behalf of the Chilian and Peruvian Mining Association, in the Years 1825–26, 2 vols, London: John Murray

Angelbeek, C. Van 1826. 'Korte Schets van het Eiland Lingga en Deszelfs Bewoners', Verhandelingen van het Bataviaasch Genootschap der Kunsten en Wetenschappen, 11, 3–62

Angelo, Henry 1828–30. Reminiscences of Henry Angelo: With Memoirs of his Late Father and Friends, Including Numerous Original Anecdotes and Curious Traits of the Most Celebrated Characters that have Flourished During the Past Eighty Years, 2 vols, London: H. Colburn and R. Bentley

Anning, S. T. and Walls, W. J. K. 1982. A History of the Leeds School of Medicine: One and a Half Centuries 1831–1981, Leeds: Leeds University Press

Anon. 1716. Secrets Concernant les Arts et Metiers, Paris: Jombert

Anon. 1747–66. Biographia Britannica; or, The Lives of the Most Eminent Persons who have Flourished in Great Britain and Ireland, from the Earliest Ages, Down to the Present Times: Collected from the Best Authorities, both Printed and Manuscript, and Digested in the Manner of Mr. Bayle's Historical and Critical Dictionary, 6 vols, London: W. Innys [and 22 others]

Anon. 1802. The Utility of Country Banks Considered, London: J. Hatchard

Anon. [181–?]. The Art of Swimming Rendered Easy: With Practical Directions to Learners [...] To which is Added, Dr. Franklin's Advice to Bathers, London: printed for the booksellers

Anon. 1810. An Essay on Knowledge: Being an Attempt to Examine its General Character, and to Shew its Salutary Influence on Human Happiness and Virtue, London: G. Wilkie and J. Robinson, and T. Davidson

Anon. 1816a. National Difficulties Practically Explained by a Member of the Lowestoft Book-Club, London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, and Hatchard

Anon. 1816b. '[Review of A Treatise on the Records of the Creation by John B Sumner]', Quarterly Review, 31, 37–69

Anon. 1822. Hindoostan: Containing a Description of the Religion, Manners, Customs, Trades, Arts, Sciences, Literature, Diversions, &c. of the Hindoos. Illustrated with Upwards of One Hundred Coloured Engravings, London: R. Ackermann

Anon. [1823a]. Some Account of the Death of William Blair, Esq., M.A.: Surgeon to the Bloomsbury Dispensary in London, &c. &c.; Who Died Dec. 6, 1822, aged Fifty-Six, London: J. & T. Clarke

Anon. 1823b. Choice Pleasures for Youth: Recommended in a Series of Letters from a Father to his Son, London: W. Baynes and Son

Anon. 1823c. Russian Missions into the Interior of Asia, Translated from the German, New Voyages and Travels, 9, no.5, London: Sir Richard Phillips

Anon. 1824. Aureus; or, The Life and Opinions of a Sovereign. Written by Himself, London: G. Wightman

Anon. 1826a. Scenes and Sketches of a Soldier's Life in Ireland, Edinburgh: W. Tait; London: C. Tait

Anon. 1826b. The Vintner's, Brewer's, Spirit Merchant's and Licensed Victualler's Guide: Containing the History, Theory, and Practice of Manufacturing Wines, Foreign and Domestic, Malt Liquors [...] Numerous Important Hints on Cellaring. By a Practical Man, London: W. Wetton

Anon. 1827a. Conversations on the Animal Economy, by a Physician, 2 vols, London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green

Anon. 1827b. Tales of All Nations, London: T. Hurst and Co.

Anon. 1827c. London Vaccine Institution for Inoculating and Supplying Matter Free of Expense, etc [Annual Report], London: [n. pub.]

Anon. 1828?. Daily Food for Christians: Being a Promise, and Another Scriptural Portion, for Every Day in the Year, Together With Verse of a Hymn, London: Religious Tract Society

Anon. 1828a. Observations on the Cruelty of Employing Climbing Boys in Sweeping Chimneys: And on the Practicability of Effectually Cleansing Flues by Mechanical Means, with Extracts from the Evidence Before the House of Commons, &c. &c, London: Society for Superseding the Necessity of Climbing-Boys in Cleansing Chimneys

Anon. 1828b. Conversations on Geology: Comprising a Familiar Explanation of the Huttonian and Wernerian systems, the Mosaic geology as Explained by Granville Penn, and the Late Discoveries of Professor Buckland, Humboldt, Dr. MacCulloch and Others, London: S. Maunder

Anon. 1828c. The Voice of Humanity: Observations on Instances of Cruelty to Animals, which Can Be Efficiently Restrained by the Legislature Alone; on the Present Law Available to this Subject and on the Formation and Regulation of Societies for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, to which is Added an Appendix Containing a Summary of the Evidence Given Before the Select Committee of the House of Commons on the State of Smithfield Market and the Slaughterhouses London: Sherwood and Co.

Anon. 1831. Dew Drops, London: Religious Tract Society

Anon. 1832. The Young Gentleman's Book: Containing a Series of Choice Readings in Popular Science and Natural History, Together with Retrospective Essays, Conversations, Literary Reminiscences, etc., London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co.; Dublin: John Cumming; Edinburgh: Constable and Co.; Paris: Galignani; New York: W. Jackson

Anon. 1837. Scripture, An Appeal to the Senses: An Occasional Reflection, Hammersmith: Page

Anon. 1833. Insects and their Habitations: A Book for Children, London: John W. Parker

Anon. 1848. The Hand Phrenologically Considered: Being a Glimpse at the Relation of the Mind in the Organisation of the Body, London: Chapman and Hall

Anon. 1851. Adulteration of Coffee: A Verbatim Report of the Proceedings of a Public Meeting [...] to Which is Appended, Comments on the Subject from 'The Times', 'Chronicle', and 'The Lancet', London: T.M. Inchbold

Anon. 1852. Arnica, Rhus, and Calendula: With Directions for their Use in Mechanical Injuries and Other Affections, London: W. Headland

Anon. 1854. 'On the Sunday of Public Schools', English Journal of Education, 8, 300–02

Anon. 1855. Lectures to Ladies on Practical Subjects, Cambridge: Macmillan & Co.

Anon. [1858–59]. The Family Doctor: Being a Complete Encyclopedia of Domestic Medicine and Household Surgery [...] By a Dispensary Surgeon, 2 vols, London: Houlston and Wright

Anon. [1858]. Health for the Household (The Worth of Fresh Air. The Use of Pure Water. The Value of Good Food. The Influence of Wholesome Drink. The Advantage of Warm Clothing. The Gain of a Well-Trained Mind), London and Norwich: [Jarrold and Sons?]

Anon. 1859. Twelfth Annual Report of the Samaritan Free Hospital, London

Anon. 1859b. 'Aerolites', The Times, 12 November 1858, 10

Anon. 1861a. Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Registrar-General of Births, Deaths and Marriages in England (England and Wales), London: HMSO

Anon. 1861b. 'A Remarkable Test of Spirit Painting', Spiritual Magazine, 2, 414

Anon. 1862a. The Influence of Railway Travelling on Public Health. From the 'Lancet', London: Hardwicke

Anon. 1862b. 'A Sitting with Mr. Forster', The Times, 13 March 1862, p. 6

Anon. 1862c. 'Dipsomania or Uncontrollable Drunkenness', Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, Select Papers Notes of Papers, etc., 597–598

Anon. 1862d. 'Influence of the Food on the Intellect', Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, Select Papers Notes of Papers, etc., 592–593

Anon. 1863. Who to Consult?; or, A Book Of Reference for Invalids, in Disordered Health, Difficult Cases, or Longstanding Disease. Including a Simple Nosological Arrangement of the Medical and Surgical Forms of Disease, LondoMatthen: []

Anon. 1866. [Nottingham Election Petition], The Times, 29 March 1866, p. 6

Anon. 1869. 'On the Cruise of the Lords of the Admiralty', The Times, 28 September 1869, p. 6

Anon. 1879. 'The Boy's Own Paper', Publisher's Circular, 42, 61

Anon. 1887. The World at Home: A New Series of Geographical Readers, Adapted to the Latest Code Standard 3, Royal School Series, London: Nelson

Anon. 1893a. Do the Dead Return?: A Record of Experiences in Spiritualism by a Clergyman of the Church of England, London: T. F. Unwin

Anon. 1893b. "I Awoke!", "A Door was Opened in Heaven" by Three Friends, London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent

Anon. 1970. 'The Heywood Story', Three Banks Review, 85, 50–60

Anon. 1845. The Catalogue of Stars of the British Association, Containing the Mean Right Ascensions and North Polar Distance of Eight Thousand Three Hundred and Seventy Seven Fixed Stars Reduced to Jan 1, 1850: Together with their Annual Precessions, etc; With a Preface by F. Baily, London: ???

Anon. 1878. All About the Electric Light: An Illustrated Guide to its Production, Cost, and Practical Application: With Descriptions of the Various Inventions Now Before the Public, London: Ward, Locke and Co.

Anquetil-Duperron, Abraham Hyacinthe 1801–02. Oupnek'hat, id est, Secretum tegendum: opus ipsa in India rarissimum, continens antiquam et arcanam, seu theologicam et philosophicam, doctrinam, équatuor sacris Indorum libris, Rak Beid, Djedjr Beid, Sam Beid, Athrban Beid, excerptam: ad verbum, e Persico idiomate, Samskreticis vocabulis intermixto, in Latinum conversum: dissertationibus et annotationibus, difficiliora explanantibus, illustratum, 2 vols, Strasbourg: Levrault

[Appleton, Charles] 1873. 'To the Reader', Academy, 4, 461–62

Arago, Jacques Etienne Victor 1823. Narrative of a Voyage Round the World in the Uranie and Physicienne Corvettes: Commanded by Captain Freycinet, During the Years 1817, 1818, 1819, and 1820; on a Scientific Expedition Undertaken by Order of the French Government. In a Series of Letters to a Friend ... To Which is Prefixed, the Report Made to the Academy of Sciences, on the General Results of the Expedition, London: Treuttel & Wurtz, Treuttal, jun. & Richter

Armatage, George [1871]. The Horseowner and Stableman's Companion; Or, Hints on the Selection, Purchase, and General Management of the Horse, London: F. Warne

Armstrong, John 1818. Practical Illustrations of the Scarlet Fever, Measles, and Pulmonary Consumption: With Observations on the Efficacy of Sulphureous Waters in Chronic Complaints, London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy

Armstrong, Robert Archibald 1825. A Gaelic Dictionary in Two Parts: I. Gaelic and English. II. English and Gaelic; In which the Words in their Different Acceptations are Illustrated by Quotations from the Best Gaelic Writers, and their Affinities Traced in Most of the Languages of Ancient and Modern Times. With a Short Historical Appendix of Ancient Names Deduced from the Authority of Ossian and Other Poets, to which is Prefixed a New Gaelic Grammar, London: J. Duncan

Armstrong, William George 1864. 'Address', Report of the Thirty-Third Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science; Held at Newcastle-Upon-Tyne in August 1862, li–lxiv

Arnold, Matthew 1865. Essays in Criticism, London; Cambridge: Macmillan & Co.

Arnold, Matthew 1887. 'Up to Easter', Nineteenth Century, 21, 629–43

Arnott, Neil 1827–29. Elements of Physics; or, Natural Philosophy, General and Medical, Explained Independently of Technical Mathematics, 2 vols, London: Underwood

Arnott, Neil 1828. Elements of Physics; or, Natural Philosophy, General and Medical, Explained Independently of Technical Mathematics, and Containing New Disquisitions and Practical Suggestions, 2 vols, London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, and T. &. G. Underwood

Arrowsmith, John Pauncefort 1819. The Art of Instructing the Infant Deaf and Dumb; To which is Annexed The Method of Educating Mutes of a More Mature Age, Which Has Been Practised With So Much Success on the Continent by the Abbé de l'Epée, London: Taylor and Hessey

Arundell, Francis Vyvyan Jago 1834. Discoveries in Asia Minor: Including a Description of the Ruins of Several Ancient Cities, and Especially Antioch of Pisidia, 2 vols, London: R. Bentley

Ashe, Thomas 1813. History of the Azores, or Western Islands: Containing an Account of the Government, Laws, and Religion, the Manners, Ceremonies, and Character of the Inhabitants, and Demonstrating the Importance of these Valuable Islands to the British Empire, London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jones

Ashton, Rosemary 1991. G.H. Lewes: A Life, Oxford: Clarendon Press

Aspin, Jehoshaphat 1825. A Familiar Treatise on Astronomy, Explaining the General Phenomena of the Celestial Bodies, Written Expressly to Accompany Urania's Mirror; or, A View of the Heavens; Consisting of Thirty-two Cards on which are Represented All the Constellations Visible in Great Britain; on a Plan Perfectly Original, Designed by a Lady, London: Samuel Leigh

Atkinson, John Charles 1848. Change of Air: Fallacies Regarding it, London: John Oliver

Atkinson, John Christopher 1861. British Birds' Eggs and Nests, Popularly Described, London: Routledge [and 2 others]

Aubuisson de Voisins, Jean Francois d' 1814. An Account of the Basalts of Saxony: With Observations on the Origin of Basalts in General, trans. by P. Neill, Edinburgh: Constable

Audubon, John James 1827–38. The Birds of America, 4 vols, London: privately published

Austin, John 1832. The Province of Jurisprudence Determined, London: John Murray