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The Description Of The County Of Antrim, With A Note On Bauxite Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, II Series, Volume VI, Issue III

By Cole, Grenville A. J. .

Published by the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 1898. -----There are two photos on the first plate, by J. St John Phi8llips. The first one is "Lithoidal Rhyolite, southern quarry, Tardree Mountain, showing characteristic jointing. " The second is "Banded Lithoidal Rhyolite, quarry on ascent from Tardree Inn toSandy Braes. " The other plate is labelled "Rhyolites of Co Antrim. " ----- Pages: 77-114, two full-page plates. 10 7/8 x 8 3/4 inches: 27. 5 cm tall. Binding: No binding: Removed from the 1898 volume VI. Begins with first page of article with title at the head. Some remnants of old binding at spine,. Illustrations and separated from text, faint waterstain at center bottom of second plate, otherwise clean and in near fine condition. .

$30.00

On The Volume Change Of Rocks And Minerals Attending Fusion Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, II Series, Volume VI, Issue XII

By Joly, J (John).

Published by the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 1898. ----- Pages: 283- 294, two full page plates. 10 7/8 x 8 3/4 inches: 27. 5 cm tall. Binding: No binding: Removed from the 1898 volume VI. Begins with first page of article with title at the head. Some remnants of old binding at spine, otherwise clean and in near fine condition. .

$20.00

On The Geology Of Slieve Gallon, In The County Of London Derby Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, II Series, Volume VI, Issue IX

By Cole, Grenville A. J. .

Published by the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 1898. -----One plate is an elevation, colored to show distribution of the various ignacious and sedimentary series. The other plate has 6 photographs of various rocks. ----- Pages: 213-218, two full pages of plates. 10 7/8 x 8 3/4 inches: 27. 5 cm tall. Binding: No binding: Removed from the 1898 volume VI. Begins with first page of article with title at the head. Some remnants of old binding at spine, otherwise clean and in near fine condition. .

$35.00

A Tabular View Of The Cretaceous Polyzoa Of The Family Idmoniidae Original offprint from The Geological Magazine, Decade V, Vol IV, March 1907

By Lang, W. D. .

Dulac & Co., London, March 1907. -----The author states " These tables are here given for the use of the collector in determining the forms and as a guide to the descriptions in the British Museum Catalogue. " ----- Pages: 122-132 (11 pages). 8 /12 x 5 1/2 inches [21. 8 cm tall]. Binding: In original paper wraps, sewn. The original offprint for the author. At the heading of the front wrap is a space for the author to give the table to whomever. It reads "To____________________ with the author's complements. .” Near fine condition.

$10.00

The Liassic Ammonite Faunas of the Stowell park Boreholl Offprint from Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, No 11, pages 140-164.

By Spath, L. F. .

Her Majesty's Stationary Office, Loondon, 1956. ----- Pages: 140-164, two pages of plates of Amonites. 9 5/8 x 6 inches [24. 4 cm tall]. Binding: Paper wraps, stapled. Near fine condition. The two pages of plates are printed on stiff paper, back to back.

$12.00

On Coral Reefs and Islands Part II, Part III, Part IV. Contained in The American Journal of Science and Arts, 2nd Series, Volume 12, Issue 34, 35, 36 pages 25-51, 165-186.

By Dana, James D.

New Haven, 1851. -----All three articles are taken from the report on geology of the exploring expedition under Capt. Wilkes. Part II discusses forms, general features and structure of coral reefs and islands. Part III covers structure, growth and habits of coral zoophytes. Dana became the source for all that was known of coral zoophytes. Part IV covers formation of Reefs, and causes of their features and geographical distribution. The part II contains five in-text engravings, part IV one in-text engraving. -----All issues bound together. Also contains articles by C. S. Lyman, A. D. Bache, M. Becquerel, J. Lawrence Smith, Daniel Kirkwood and others. The periodical was considered the most important nineteenth century American scientific journal (see Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305). ----- Edited by Benjamin Silliman and Benjamin Silliman, Jr. Engravings. 2 tipped in plates, 5 fold-out charts and maps in rear. ( Also contains Observations on the Zodiacal Light; with an inquiry into its Nature and Constitution, and its Relations to the Solar System by Denison Olmsted. This article is the author's new description of a mysterious phenomena observed by him previously in 1833 to 1839, Zodiacal light. Olmsted spent years investigating meteor showers, zodiacal light, aurora and hailstorms. Also included is a full-page plate of the zodiacal light discussed in the article. DAB volume 7, pg. 24. pages 309-322. ). Pages: 460. 6" x 9 3/8”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles on front and spine, deckled front and lower edges. Generally slight wear at extremities, some soiling and minor chipping to wrapper edges. Tight in wraps. -----(Reference: DSB vol. 3, DAB vol. 7, Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305).

$184.00

On the Law of the Rotation of the Primary Planets. Contained in The American Journal of Science and Arts, 2nd Series, Volume 11, Issue 31, 32, 33 pages 394-398.

By Kirkwood, Daniel

New Haven, 1851. -----The article, found in issue 33, is Kirkwood's reply to an earlier article (see issue 32) by Prof. Loomis calling in question the recently discovered analogy on the rotation of the primary planets. Kirkwood's research and many writings were generally devoted to an understanding of the nature, origin and evolution of the solar system. -----All issues bound together. This volume also contains articles by: B. A. Gould, Jr., Elias Loomis, T. S. Hunt and others. The periodical was considered the most important nineteenth century American scientific journal (see Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305). ----- Edited by Benjamin Silliman and Benjamin Silliman, Jr. Engravings. ( Also contains On Coral Reefs and Islands Part I by James D. Dana. Contained in issue 33, Dana's descriptions on the structure of coral reefs and islands taken from the report on geology of the exploring expedition under Capt. Wilkes. Article, also, contains four in-text engravings, one is a map 2 7/8" x 4 1/2" caption stating part of the north shore of Tahiti. pages 357-372. On the Aboriginal Monuments and Relics of New York by E. G. Squier. pages 305-323. On the Velocity of the Galvanic Current in Telegraph Wires by B. A. Gould. With 1 full page plate, several in text tables. pages 67-81, 153-163. ). Pages: 456. 6" x 9 3/8”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles on front and spine, deckled front and lower edges. Generally slight wear at extremities, some soiling and scattered interior foxing on upper page edges, not affecting text. Tight in wraps. -----(Reference: DSB, Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305).

$78.00

On the Velocity of the Galvanic Current in Telegraph Wires. Contained in The American Journal of Science and Arts, 2nd Series, Volume 11, Issue 31, 32, 33 pages 67-81, 153-163.

By Gould, B. A.

New Haven, 1851. -----With 1 full page plate, several in text tables. -----All issues bound together. This volume also contains articles by: B. A. Gould, Jr., Elias Loomis, T. S. Hunt and others. The periodical was considered the most important nineteenth century American scientific journal (see Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305). ----- Edited by Benjamin Silliman and Benjamin Silliman, Jr. Engravings. ( Also contains On the Law of the Rotation of the Primary Planets by Daniel Kirkwood The article, found in issue 33, is Kirkwood's reply to an earlier article (see issue 32) by Prof. Loomis calling in question the recently discovered analogy on the rotation of the primary planets. Kirkwood's research and many writings were generally devoted to an understanding of the nature, origin and evolution of the solar system. pages 394-398. On Coral Reefs and Islands Part I by James D. Dana Contained in issue 33, Dana's descriptions on the structure of coral reefs and islands taken from the report on geology of the exploring expedition under Capt. Wilkes. Article, also, contains four in-text engravings, one is a map 2 7/8" x 4 1/2" caption stating part of the north shore of Tahiti. pages 357-372. On the Aboriginal Monuments and Relics of New York by E. G. Squier Pages 305-323. ). Pages: 456. 6" x 9 3/8”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles on front and spine, deckled front and lower edges. Generally slight wear at extremities, some soiling and scattered interior foxing on upper page edges, not affecting text. Tight in wraps. -----(Reference: DSB, Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305).

$78.00

On the Aboriginal Monuments and Relics of New York. Contained in The American Journal of Science and Arts, 2nd Series, Volume 11, Issue 31, 32, 33 pages 305-323.

By Squier, E. G.

New Haven, 1851. -----All issues bound together. This volume also contains articles by: B. A. Gould, Jr., Elias Loomis, T. S. Hunt and others. The periodical was considered the most important nineteenth century American scientific journal (see Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305). ----- Edited by Benjamin Silliman and Benjamin Silliman, Jr. Engravings. ( Also contains On the Law of the Rotation of the Primary Planets by Daniel Kirkwood The article, found in issue 33, is Kirkwood's reply to an earlier article (see issue 32) by Prof. Loomis calling in question the recently discovered analogy on the rotation of the primary planets. Kirkwood's research and many writings were generally devoted to an understanding of the nature, origin and evolution of the solar system. pages 394-398. by James D. Dana Contained in issue 33, Dana's descriptions on the structure of coral reefs and islands taken from the report on geology of the exploring expedition under Capt. Wilkes. Article, also, contains four in-text engravings, one is a map 2 7/8" x 4 1/2" caption stating part of the north shore of Tahiti. pages On the Velocity of the Galvanic Current in Telegraph Wires by B. A. Gould With 1 full page plate, several in text tables. pages 67-81, 153-163. ). Pages: 456. 6" x 9 3/8”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles on front and spine, deckled front and lower edges. Generally slight wear at extremities, some soiling and scattered interior foxing on upper page edges, not affecting text. Tight in wraps. -----(Reference: DSB, Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305).

$78.00

The Coecal Processes of the Shells of Brachiopods Interpreted as Sense-Organs. Contained in The Scientific Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, Volume 5, Issue 4 pages 318-320.

By Sollas, W. J.

Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 1886. ----- ( Also contains Perliminary account of the Tetractinellid Sponges Dredged by H. M. S. Challenger, 1872-76, Part I-The Choristida by W. J. Sollas pages 177-199. by G. H. Kinahan pages ). Pages: 177-320. 9" x 5 3/4”. Binding: Light blue wrappers with black titles at front, unopened pages. Minor fading at extreme edge of wraps, scattered moderate soiling at wrappers, small initials with numbers at front upper corner near spine head, loss of minor pieces of the wrap at spine ends, front wrap partially detached at joint. Internally clean and tight.

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Observations on the Zodiacal Light; with an inquiry into its Nature and Constitution, and its Relations to the Solar System. Contained in The American Journal of Science and Arts, 2nd Series, Volume 12, Issue 34, 35, 36 pages 309-322.

By Olmsted, Denison

New Haven, 1851. -----This article is the author's new description of a mysterious phenomena observed by him previously in 1833 to 1839, Zodiacal light. Olmsted spent years investigating meteor showers, zodiacal light, aurora and hailstorms. Also included is a full-page plate of the zodiacal light discussed in the article. DAB volume 7, pg. 24. -----All issues bound together. Also contains articles by C. S. Lyman, A. D. Bache, M. Becquerel, J. Lawrence Smith, Daniel Kirkwood and others. The periodical was considered the most important nineteenth century American scientific journal (see Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305). ----- Edited by Benjamin Silliman and Benjamin Silliman, Jr. Engravings. 2 tipped in plates, 5 fold-out charts and maps in rear. ( Also contains On Coral Reefs and Islands Part II, Part III, Part IV by James D. Dana All three articles are taken from the report on geology of the exploring expedition under Capt. Wilkes. Part II discusses forms, general features and structure of coral reefs and islands. Part III covers structure, growth and habits of coral zoophytes. Dana became the source for all that was known of coral zoophytes. Part IV covers formation of Reefs, and causes of their features and geographical distribution. The part II contains five in-text engravings, part IV one in-text engraving. pages 25-51, 165-186. ). Pages: 460. 6" x 9 3/8”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles on front and spine, deckled front and lower edges. Generally slight wear at extremities, some soiling and minor chipping to wrapper edges. Tight in wraps. -----(Reference: DSB vol. 3, DAB vol. 7, Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305).

$184.00

On Coral Reefs and Islands Part I. Contained in The American Journal of Science and Arts, 2nd Series, Volume 11, Issue 31, 32, 33 pages 357-372.

By Dana, James D.

New Haven, 1851. -----Contained in issue 33, Dana's descriptions on the structure of coral reefs and islands taken from the report on geology of the exploring expedition under Capt. Wilkes. Article, also, contains four in-text engravings, one is a map 2 7/8" x 4 1/2" caption stating part of the north shore of Tahiti. -----All issues bound together. This volume also contains articles by: B. A. Gould, Jr., Elias Loomis, T. S. Hunt and others. The periodical was considered the most important nineteenth century American scientific journal (see Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305). ----- Edited by Benjamin Silliman and Benjamin Silliman, Jr. Engravings. ( Also contains On the Law of the Rotation of the Primary Planets by Daniel Kirkwood The article, found in issue 33, is Kirkwood's reply to an earlier article (see issue 32) by Prof. Loomis calling in question the recently discovered analogy on the rotation of the primary planets. Kirkwood's research and many writings were generally devoted to an understanding of the nature, origin and evolution of the solar system. pages 394-398. On the Aboriginal Monuments and Relics of New York by E. G. Squier pages 305-323. On the Velocity of the Galvanic Current in Telegraph Wires by B. A. Gould With 1 full page plate, several in text tables. pages 67-81, 153-163. ). Pages: 456. 6" x 9 3/8”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles on front and spine, deckled front and lower edges. Generally slight wear at extremities, some soiling and scattered interior foxing on upper page edges, not affecting text. Tight in wraps. -----(Reference: DSB, Lomazow pg. 58, Mott 302-305).

$78.00

Glaciation in the Telluride Quadrangle, Colorado. Contained in The Journal of Geology A Semi-Quarterly Magazine of Geology and Related Sciences, Volume 20 pages 502-529, 605-639, 710-737.

By Hole, Allen David

University of Chicago, Chicago, Il, 1912. -----15 in text photo facsimiles, 1 fold-out map. -----Bookplate of Ida Helen Ogilvie at the front paste-down. Ogilvie, geologist, stratigrapher, and glaciologist, was a graduate of Columbia University, faculty member of the Department of Geology at Barnard College, member of the Geological Society of America, vice-president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Additional articles contained inthis volume: "An Experimental Contribution to the Question of the Depth of the Zone of Flow in the Earth's Crust" by Frank Adams, pages 97-118 with 2 full page plates, 4 tables, 2 large text figures; " On the Limiting Strength of Rocks under Conditions of Stress in the Earth's Interior" by Louis Vessot King, pages 119-138 with 2 large text figures and 1 table; "Australian Glaciations" by Walter Howchin, pages 193-227 with 7 large text photo facsimiles; " Glaciation of the Alaska Range" by Stephen Capps, pages 415-437 with 1 fold-out map and 10 large in text photo facsimiles; "Modifications of the Quantitative System of Classification of Igneous Rocks" by Cross, Iddings, Pirsson and Washington, pages 550-561 and pages 758-762 "Use of Symbols in Expressing the Quantitative Classification of Igneous Rocks" by Whitman Cross. ----- ( Also contains Some Observations and Experiments on Joint Planes by Pearl Sheldon 13 text figures. pages 53-79, 164-183. by J. D. Trueman 12 text figures. pages On the Stratigraphic Position and Age of the Judith River Formation by A. C. Peale pages 530-549, 640-652, 738-757. ). Pages: 792. 9 1/2" x 7”. Binding: Half dark red calf with dark red cloth boards, gilt titles at the spine. Slight rubbing at the extremities, occasional light scuffing and soil spots at the boards. Internally bookplate of previous ownership at the front paste-down, text and plates are clean and tight in the binding.

$17.00

Arenaceous Rocks-Sands, Sandstones, Grits, Conglomerates Quartz Rocks, and Quartzytes. Contained in The Scientific Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, Volume 5, Issue 7 pages 507-620.

By Kinahan, G. Henry

Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 1887. ----- ( Also contains Lisbellaw Conglomerate, Co. Fermanagh, and Chesil Bank, Dorsetshire by G. Henry Kinahan pages 504-506. On Separating Apparatus for use with Heavy Fluids by William Sollas With 1 plate. pages 621-622. On a Modification of Sprengel's Apparatus for determining the Specific Gravity of Solids by William Sollas With 1 plate. pages 623-625. ). Pages: 499-628. 9" x 5 3/4”. Binding: Light blue wrappers with black titles at front, unopened pages. Minor fading at extreme edge of wrappers, small institute stamp at upper front corner and small initials with numbers at front upper corner near spine head, spine has darkened. Internally clean and tight.

$14.00

Sunken Islands of the Mid-Pacific Mountains. Contained in The Geological Society of America Memoir 64 pages 97.

By Hamilton, Edwin L.

The Geological Society, New York, March 10, 1956. ----- 6 1/2" x 9 7/8”. Binding: Dark red cloth with gilt titles at spine. Some light scuffing at boards, otherwise a clen and tight copy.

$14.00

The Occurence of Minor Elements in Ash of Low Rank Coal from Texas Colorado, North Dakota and South Dako Bulletin 1036-H

By Deul, Mauriceand C. S. Annell.

Government Printing Office, Washington, 1956. ----- 1 fold-out plate at rear of copy. Pages: 155-172. 6" x 9”. Binding: Gray wrappers wtih black titles at front. Small stamping at front wrapper, some slight browning at wrappers. Slight musty smell. Internally text leaves and plates are clean and tight.

$14.00

Prehistoric Engineering at Lake Copias; New Evidence of Glacial Man in Ohio. Contained in Popular Science Monthly, Volume 48 pages 209-219; 157-166.

By Champlain, John Dennison and Frederick Wright

D. Appleton, New York, Nov 1895-April 1896. -----Champlain article contains 5 in-text illustration and 1 full page map. Wright article contains 5 in-text illustrations 1 being a map. ----- Each monthly issue has a full page frontis of a noted scientist i. e. Bache, Emmons, Sullivant, etc. and a short biography. Numerous illustrations and advertisements of the period. ( Also contains Suggestibility, Automatism, and Kindred Phenomena, parts 1-3 by W. Romaine Newbold. Also the article Hypnotic States, Trance, and Ecstasy by the same author pages 804-814 pages 193-198, 375- 381, 520-527. Principles of Taxation, in Six parts by David A. Wells. Pages 577- 589, 721-735. pages 1-14, 145-157, 303-326, 433-449. The X-Rays by John Trowbridge. Contains 1 full page photo facsimile of an x-rayed hand, and 1 photo facsimile of Crookes Tubes. In this paper Trowbridge discusses the possible practical application of the cathode photography to surgery and in relation to the questions whether they were dealing with radiant matter shot forth from the negative pole or cathode or with longitudinal waves of electricity. Trowbridge undertook studies of the discharge of electricity through gases and from 1896, examined both the production and effect os Rontgen radiation. He was a pioneer in the movement that established serious scientific research in America in the latter decades of the 19th century. (see DSB vol. 13, pg. 473) pages 771-779. ). Pages: 874. Binding: Each issue bound with original wrappers and all ads in a handmade stiff brown wrapper forming a volume. Needs binding-although the interior leaves are tight, most of the issues are detached from the original wrappers. Interior leaves are generally clean and tight.

$25.00

Irish Metal Mining. Contained in The Scientific Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, Volume 5, Issue 4 pages 200-317.

By Kinahan, G. H.

Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 1886. ----- ( Also contains Perliminary account of the Tetractinellid Sponges Dredged by H. M. S. Challenger, 1872-76, Part I-The Choristida by W. J. Sollas pages 177-199. The Coecal Processes of the Shells of Brachiopods Interpreted as Sense-Organs by W. J. Sollas pages 318-320. ). Pages: 177-320. 9" x 5 3/4”. Binding: Light blue wrappers with black titles at front, unopened pages. Minor fading at extreme edge of wraps, scattered moderate soiling at wrappers, small initials with numbers at front upper corner near spine head, loss of minor pieces of the wrap at spine ends, front wrap partially detached at joint. Internally clean and tight.

$14.00

Newton High School The Aurora 1940, Year Book

1940. ----- Pages: 104. 8" x 10 5/8”. Binding: Red illustrated cloth with titles at front. Slight rubbing at extremities. Internally clean and tight.

$14.00

Iowa Geological Survey, Volume 23

Iowa Geological Survey, Des Moines, 1914. ----- 50+ full-page plates and illustrations in text illustrations. Binding: Dark green blindstamped cloth with gilt titles on spine. Ownership on front fly, rear hinge starting to separate. Slight scuffing to boards, inch white mark on lower front edge. Some slight wear to extremities.

$14.00

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