The freedom of science in the modern state : A discourse delivered at the third general meeting of the 50th conference of the German Association of Naturalists and Physicians at Munich, on the 22nd of September, 1877. With a new pref. by the author. Translated from the German, with the author's sanction.
- Virchow, Rudolf, 1821-1902.
Weather, health, and forests : a report on the inequalities of the mortality from malarial fever and other diseases, in Mauritius, considered in relation to the inequalities of temperature, humidity, and rainfall ; on a possible periodicity of mortality related to the eleven-year periodicity of solar activity ; and on the climatic and other effects of forests
- Meldrum, Charles, 1821-1901.
The London art of cookery, and housekeeper's complete assistant : On a new plan. Made plain and easy to the understanding of every housekeeper, cook, and servant in the kingdom. ... To which is added, an appendix, containing considerations on culinary poisons; directions for making broths, &c. for the sick; a list of things in season in the different months of the year; marketing tables, &c. &c. Embellished with a head of the author, and a bill of fare for every month in the year, elegantly engraved on thirteen copper-plates
- Farley, John, active 18th century.
Report upon inquiry as to the truth or otherwise of certain allegations contained in a memorial from the vicar and other inahbitants of Barking, in the county of Essex, calling attention to the pollution of the river Thames by the discharge of sewage through the Northern Main Outfall Sewer of the Metropolitan Board of Works
- Rawlinson, Robert, 1810-1898.
A treatise of such mathematical instruments as are usually put into a portable case, containing their various uses. In arithmetic, geometry, trigonometry, architecture, surveying, gunnery, etc., with a short account of the authors who have treated on the proportional compasses and sector. To which is now added an appendix containing the description and use of the gunner's callipers
- Robertson, J. 1712-1776.