Science in the 19th Century Periodical

Ibsen, Henrik 1890. Ghosts; An Enemy of the People; The Wild Duck, Ibsen's Prose Dramas [2], Authorised English edn, London: W. Scott

International Catalogue of Scientific Literature: International Catalogue of Scientific Literature, 238 vols, London: Royal Society of London, 1902–21

Irby, Charles Leonard and Mangles, James 1823. Travels in Egypt and Nubia, Syria, and Asia Minor; During the Years 1817 & 1818, London: printed for the authors

Ireland, W. M. 1816. 'Some Account of the External Changes Which Take Place in the Surinam Frog (Rana paradoxa, Linn.), From its Earlier Stages Till it Becomes a Perfect Animal', Quarterly Journal of Science, 1, 55–59

Irvine, Alexander 1802. An Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of Emigration from the Highlands and Western Islands of Scotland: With Observations on the Means to be Employed for Preventing it, Edinburgh: Peter Hill; London: Longman & Rees

Irving, Washington 1828. A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, 3 vols, New York: G. & C. Carvill

Itard, Jean E. Marie Gaspard 1802. An Historical Account of the Discovery and Education of a Savage Man, or of the First Developments, Physical and Moral, of the Young Savage Caught in the Woods Near Aveyron, in the Year 1798, London: Richard Phillips

Ivory, James 1802. 'A New and Universal Solution of Kepler's Problem', Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 5, 203–46