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IN reference to the opinions recently expressed in your journal regarding the disappearance of the horns of stags, deer, &c., I may mention that this is usually attributed here to the action of… (More)
THE most remarkable fall of an aërolite that has yet been recorded took place at Lachine, about eight miles from Montreal, on Saturday, July 7, 1883. I give the following account from the Montreal… (More)
THE inclosed extract from the New York Evening Post, a newspaper of high standing for accuracy and intelligence, con tains statements which are not, I think, generally known in regard to the… (More)
THOUGH not precisely in reply to Mr. Langdon's question, yet I add a short postscript to my wife's letter.
THE following passages, which will interest geologists, I copy from the Montreal Daily Starof the dates given:—
NOT having seen the numbers of NATURE regularly during the autumn, I did not observe Mr. Sayce's reply to my letter on the above subject until lately. I may perhaps trespass on your space with a few… (More)