The popular science monthly. Vol. XX, no. VI, April, 1882
- Pasteur, Louis, 1822-1895.
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New York : D. Appleton, 1882.
pages 722-873 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plate : illustrations, portrait ; 24 cm
Contents: I. Chinese immigration / by Gerrit L. Lansing - II. The scholastic prelude to modern science / by Henry Duncan Macleod - III. How animals breathe. II / by H.L. Fairchild - IV. Has science yet found a new basis for morality? / by Goldwin Smith - V. Fossil seeds / by Stanislas Meunier - VI. The Unaweep cañon / by Henry Gannett - VII. Recent wonders of electricity. II / by W.H. Preece - VIII. Modern explosives / by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott - IX. The germ theory / by Louis Pasteur - X. Dean Swift's disease / by Dr. Bucknill - XI. Hyacinth-bulbs / by Grant Allen - XIII. The Javanese calendar / by J.A.C. Oudemans - XIII. Sketch of M. Louis Pasteur (with portrait) - XIV. Entertaining varieties : The Mountains of the Moon : the chronicle of Hakim Bey Sheytan, etc. - XV. Correspondence - XVI. Editor's table : Goldwin Smith on scientific morality - XVII. Literary notices - XVIII. Popular miscellany - XIX. Notes
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