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Issue: 036, 02/07/28 p. 569, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 4
Category: Palaeobotany   Mineralogy   
Topic: Copper-Wood. [A black fossil wood containing crystals of copper, near Casan]
Person: CHAPPE D`ANTEROCHE, M. L`Abbe   
Source: Voyage dans Siberie   

Issue: 037, 09/07/28 p. 587, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 3
Category: Chemistry   Mineralogy   
Topic: Systems of Mineral Crystals
Person: ROME DE LISLE, M.   HAUY, M.   MOHS   

Issue: 038, 16/07/28 p. 603, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 3
Category: Chemistry   Mineralogy   
Topic: Diamonds and Pebbles. [The difference]

Issue: 040, 30/07/28 p. 636, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 2
Category: Chemistry   Mineralogy   
Topic: Aiken`s Mineralogy
Person: AIKEN   
Source: Manual of Mineralogy   

Issue: 041, 06/08/28 p. 652, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 2
Category: Mineralogy   Geology   
Topic: Native Iron. [Veins of iron in quartzose rock at Canaan, in Connecticut. A similar mineral described by Da Costa in the metalliferous veins of Lead-hills, Scotland]
Person: SILLIMAN   DA COSTA   

Issue: 042, 13/08/28 p. 669, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 2
Category: Mineralogy   Geology   
Topic: Petrifactions and Hot Springs of Tirtapuri

Issue: 044, 27/08/28 p. 701, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Geology), Para 3
Category: Mineralogy   Palaeobotany   
Topic: Mocha Stones. [Lichens in chalcedony]

Issue: 046, 10/09/28 p. 731, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 2
Category: Geology   Mineralogy   
Topic: Chalk and Marble. [Carbonate of limestone estimated to form not less than one-eighth part of the whole crust of the globe]

Issue: 046, 10/09/28 p. 731, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 2
Category: Geology   Mineralogy   
Topic: Flint in Chalk. [Silicious pebbles in other limestone strata besides those of chalk]
Person: DE LUC, M.   

Issue: 049, 01/10/28 p. 781, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 2
Category: Mineralogy   
Topic: System of Professor Mohs
Person: MOHS   MANES, M.   WERNER   

Issue: 056, 19/11/28 p. 892, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Orology), Para 4
Category: Geology   Mineralogy   Christian Religion   Mountains   
Topic: Mountains formed by Crystallisation. [It is more exalting to think of God making mountains by a process of crystalline accretions than to imagine [him] causing volcanic explosions]
Source: Conversations on Geology   

Issue: 058, 03/12/28 p. 924, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 3
Category: Mineralogy   Geology   Gold   Folklore   
Topic: Scottish Gold. [Dun d`Ore hill in Northern Scotland is thought to contain gold]

Issue: 060, 17/12/28 p. 956, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 4
Category: Mineralogy   Palaeontology   Organic Minerals   
Topic: Lignite or Fossil Wood. [Eichfield has discovered fossil wood on one of the gulfs of the Danube, near Belgrade]
Person: EICHFIELD, M.   LICHFELDT, M.   

Issue: 064, 14/01/29 p. 30, Section: Foreign Notices
Heading: Diamond produced from Carbon, Para 7
Category: Mineralogy   Chemistry   
Topic: Diamond produced from Carbon. [M. Arago affirms that he has crystallized carbon and obtained a substance called "diamonds"]
Person: ARAGO, M.   CAGNART-LATOUR, M.   GANNAL, M.   GAY-LUSSAC   

Issue: 065, 21/01/29 p. 46, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 4
Category: Mineralogy   Geology   Gold   
Topic: Washing of Gold. [The practice of washing gold on the Rhine only ceased in 1824]
Source: Zeitschrift fur Mineral, Juin, p. 533   

Issue: 067, 04/02/29 p. 78, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Mineralogy), Para 3
Category: Mineralogy   Geology   Economic Geology   
Topic: American Coal. [The smokeless anthracite of Pennsylvania similar to the Kilkenny coal of Ireland]

Issue: 071, 04/03/29 p. 143, Section: Varieties
Heading: New Discoveries, Para 7
Category: Periodicals   Mineralogy   
Topic: [There is so much anxiety to be first to discover a new substance that claims are often made before a substance has been examined. The Athenaeum is sceptical of Deuchar`s claim that he has found a new mineral]
Person: DEUCHAR, J.   
Source: Ann. Phil. ii. 236   

Issue: 085, 10/06/29 p. 366, Section: Varieties
Heading: New Minerals of Culebras in Mexico, Para 1
Category: Mineralogy   Geology   
Topic: [Two new minerals found by Herrera: a grey mineral, (a bi-selenite of zinc with a proto-sulphite of mercury) and a red mineral (a bi-selenite of zinc with a bi-sulphite of mercury)]
Person: HERRERA, M. J.   RIO, M. Del   

Issue: 092, 29/07/29 p. 476-477
Heading: Collection of Minerals at the Western Exchange
Category: Mineralogy   Palaeozoology   Natural History   
Topic: [Mr. Walker`s collection of natural objects, incidentally on display at the Western Exchange, beside a model of York Minster]
Person: WALKER, Mr.   ARTIS, Tyrell   PARKINSON   
Institution: The Western Exchange   

Issue: 095, 19/08/29 p. 522-523, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: New Earth Discovered by Berzelius, Para 1
Category: Chemistry   Mineralogy   
Topic: [Summary of a letter from Berzelius on a new earth he has named thorina, which, though it possesses all the properties of those earths already called thorina (phosphate of yttria), is not reducible by carbon or potassium. No acid except sulphuric acid will attack the "new" thorina. It is in a new mineral found at Brevig, Norway]
Person: BERZELIUS   
Institution: Academie des Sciences   
Letter, 20/07/1829
Issue: 099, 16/09/29 p. 588, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Grotto of Glass, Para 5
Category: Geology   Caves   Mineralogy   
Topic: [Account in a Dutch natural history magazine of the "grotto of ice" in the island of Antiparos]
Source: Netherlandish Magazine of Natural Sciences   

Issue: 112, 16/12/29 p. 795, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Geological Inquiries of M. M. Quoy and Gaymart, Para 4
Category: Geography   Geology   Mineralogy   Volcanoes   
Topic: [Nine hundred geological specimens collected during the scientific voyage of the "Astrolabe"]
Person: QUOY   GAIMARD   

Issue: 132, 08/05/30 p. 282
Heading: Royal Society
Category: Chemistry   Mineralogy   
Topic: [...]a chemical analysis of the mineral waters of this island, from which it appears, that they all contain iodine and the newly-discovered chemical substance called brome. [A second item in the report claims that of the three gentlemen balloted, one was "black-balled" because of a private quarrel]
Institution: Royal Society   
Paper, 06/05/1830
Issue: 137, 12/06/30 p. 363
Heading: Royal Society. Thursday, June 10th
Category: Chemistry   Mineralogy   Physics   Electricity   Engineering   
Topic: [1. Thompson of Glasgow on minerals. 2. Fox on the electric current. 3. Members, including Brunel, elected Fellows]
Person: ROGET, Dr.   THOMPSON, Dr.   FOX   BRUNEL   
Institution: Royal Society   
, 10/06/1830
Issue: 141, 10/07/30 p. 427
Heading: On the Natural Resources of Algiers. By G. de Hemso, late Consul-General of Sweden to the Regency of Tunis. To the Editor of the Athenaeum. London, June 1830
Category: Geography   North Africa   Algeria   Mountains   Geology   Mineralogy   Botany   Agriculture   Zoology   Hunting   Social Anthropology   
Topic: [Letter to the Athenaeum from Smith containing extensive quotations from his friend De Hemso on Algiers. De Hemso`s account of Algiers is presented as fresh and original, observed at first hand, compared with "the thousand and one histories, descriptions and anecdotes, which temporary interest has heaped upon Algiers" and mostly taken from "Malte-Brun, Bruce, Pananti, and company"]
Person: MALTE-BRUN   BRUCE   PANANTI   
Letter Ed`s Mark: SMITH

Issue: 154, 09/10/30 p. 637
Heading: Rome, Para 3
Category: Chemistry   Mineralogy   Geology   Economic Geology   
Topic: Sig. Rolli, an intelligent naturalist, discovered, a few months ago, a stone weighing 755 Roman pounds, which was supposed to be that precious silicious material which the ancients called Murrha...[The stone attracted "learned discussions" and the attention of naturalists, until somebody managed to identify it as fluor-spar]
Person: ROLLI, Sig.   
Signed: "D."; Ed`s Mark: SMITH

Issue: 154, 09/10/30 p. 638
Heading: A Scientific Harvest, Para 11
Category: Botany   Classification   Mineralogy   Zoology   Entomology   
Topic: [A quotation from Von Humboldt on Hemprich and Ehrenberg`s travels.] "They collected as if collecting alone had been the object of their pursuits..." [Numbers and types of specimens]
Person: HUMBOLDT   HEMPRICH   EHRENBERG   
Institution: Royal Academy of Sciences, Berlin   
Ed`s Mark: SMITH

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Reviews

Issue: 082, 20/05/29 p. 308
Heading: The Hamiltonian System
Category: Education   Philosophy   Philology   Language   Classical Literature   Mathematics   Mineralogy   
Title: The History, Principles, Practice, and Results of the Hamiltonian System, Etc. [Third notice]
Author: HAMILTON, J.   
Attribution: Author of "The Hamiltonian System"
Institution: Morning Chronicle   Westminster Review   Edinburgh Review   

Issue: 110, 02/12/29 p. 751-753
Heading: Natural History
Category: Natural History   Philosophy Of Science   Literature   Mineralogy   Geology   Cosmology   
Title: The British Naturalist
Author: ANON   
1830
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