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it receives from the public, I have obtained the cooperation of Mr. RICHARD TAYLOR, a gentleman from whose exertions, in conjunction with my own, and none I am sure will be wanting,- I may, without presumption, hope that The PhilosoPHICAL MAGAZINE and JOURNAL will increase in interest and general utility.
London, July 31, 1822.
Communications for the Philosophical Magazine and Journal are requested to be addressed in future to the Editors, care of R. and A. TAYLOR, Shoe-Lane.
CONT EN TS
OF THE SIXTIETH VOLUME.
FURTHER Observations on Dr. Reade's Papers on Refraction
Azimuth Instrument .
18 On the Solar Eclipse which took place on September 7, 1820 25 Account of a successful Experiment to prevent the injurious
Effects resulting from the Diffusion of arsenical Vapours from Copper-smelting Furnaces
32 On the Connexion between the Leaves and Fruit of Vegetables, 8c.
38 Further Remarks on the new Method of determining the Lati
tude of a Plaçe, by Observations of the Pole-Star. 43 True apparent Right Ascension of Dr. MASKELYNE's 36 Stars for every Day in the Year 1822, at the Time of passing the
Meridian of Greenwich On the Rollen of Flowers
56 On the Heat produced by Chlorine, and on a singular Effect produced by Lightning
61 A Reply to Mr. John MURRAY, “on the Apparatus for restoring the Action of the Lungs in apparent Death”
62 On the Chemical Composition of white efflorescent Pyrites 65 On the Hygrometer by Evaporation
81 On a new Theory of the Tides
88 On Chlorine and Chlorate of Potassa .
100 Report of a Committee of the House of Commons on Steam-Boats ;
being the Fifth Report on the Roads from London to Holyhead, Sc..
113,257 Vol. 60. 1822,