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Bulletin of the Essex Institute

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COMPARATIVE ZOOLOGY,
AT HARVARD COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
jFounDeti bn prfbate subscription, 1861.fn
sf-irrr)
^J&UJLlC (Usti^L*u£a^-*L
No. ?/ /fBULLETIN
ESSEX INSTITUTE,
VOLUME VI.
1874.
SALEM, MASS.
PRINTED AT THE SALEM PRESS.
1875.X SC O N T E T
Regular Meeting, Monday, January 5, 1874, 1
Adjourned Thursday, January .... 1 8, 1874,
Byron Groce, Natural History in the Schools. 3.— F, \V. Putnam. Re-
mark- on the same ubject, 8—J. Robinson, Donation of aCollection
of Presidential Medals, and Remarks on them, 10.
Regular Meeting, Monday. January 1'.), 1874, .... 10
F.W. Pntnam, Rare Fishes taken in Salem. Beverly and Marblchead
Harbors [Cryptacantkodes inornatus, Liparis lineatus and Plutessa
glabra), 11.—A. Peabody, On the Earlv bays of California, 13.— F.
W. Putnam, Remai k.* on the same subject. IT. —J. Robinson, On the
Condition and Extent of tne Collection of Continental Paper Cur-
rency in the Rooms of the Institute. 19.
Regular Meeting. Monday, February 1874, .... 202,
J. Robinson, On Donation of Paper Money from W. S.Vaux, of Phila-
delphia,21.—P.W.Putnam,On Black Fish taken in Salem Harbor,22.
Quarterly Meeting, Wednesday, February 11, 1874, ... 25
Regular Monday, February 10, 1874, .... 25
Charles Kingsley's Lecture on Westminster Abbey noticed. 25.— His
Reception at theR >omsofthe Institute, Addresses by the President,
•_'Mayor Cogswell, Mr. King-ley, and other-. i.
Adjourned Meeting, Friday, February 27, 1 s7 , .... 304
Walter Smith's Communication on Art Studies. 31.— Remarks on the
subject by the President, Messrs. Putnam and Hagar, 32.
Regular Meeting, Monday, March 2, 1874, 33
James Kimball. Notes from the Diary of William Russell, prior anil
chiefly during the Time of his Imprisonment in Mill Prison, Eng-
land, the Revolutionary War, 35.
Regular Meeting, Monday, March 16, 1874, 36
G. M.White, On Copper-plate Engraving,37—James Kimball'sCommu-
—nication on the Journalof the Rev. [). Shute in 17.">s. 4.;. Agassiz
Memorial Fund noticed, 43.—J A. Allen. Note- on the Mammals of
Portions of Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming and Utah, 43.
Regular Meeting, Monday, April 1874,6, 67
Regular Meeting, Monday, April 20, 1874 67
E. S. Morse, On the Various Modes of Illustration, 69.—F. W. Putnam,
HockNotice of a skull from Shell-bed on l-l ind, to. F. W.
On Teeth of a Large Shark, probably Carcharis(I'rionodtm) lamia,
from near St Peter's Bank, 70.—Notice of the Late Alpheus Crosby.
and Resolutions adopted, 73.
Regular Meeting, Monday, May 4. 1874, ..... 75
E. A. Sil»bee. Familiar Talk on Art Matters, 77.
Annual Meeting, Wednesday, May 13. 1874 86
Retrospect of the Year. Member-. B6; Meetings, B9; Lectures and Con-
certs, 92; Horticultural, 94; Library.9B; Museum, Financial,97; £8;
Publications, 'J9; Officers i lected, 140.
(ill)CONTRNTS.IV
Monday. May 18,Regular Meeting, 1874, 102
Charles Perkins. Talk upon Art. hi:.C.
at JuneField Meeting Ipswich, Wednesday, 2, 1874, . . . 105
Rumble ;unl Notice. 102.—E.S. Morse. On the Fertilization of Flower.*,
109.—F.W. Putnam.On the Shell Heaps at Eagle Hill; alsoan account
ofthe Chavliorlua Sloavi. from George's Banks, in.—T. AnMorong,
Historical Account of the Public Library, 112.
Regular Meeting, Monday, June 15, 1874 115
A < omniittce appointed to report on the Propriety of Taking Suitable
Notice of tin' Centennial Anniversary the Meeting of the Legisla-of
ture in Salem. Oct. 1774, 115.7,
at June 18.Field Meeting Topsfield, Thursday, 1874, . . .116
Ramble and Historical Notices, lie— Opening Remarks Presi-by the
dent. .1. II. Pitts. Account of Almanacs, Remarks119; Thomas 119;
bv N A. J. S. Tocld, F. Putnam. 15. P.Horton. Spofford. W. Adams,
Charles J. Peabody and others. 120.
Adjourned Meeting, Friday, June 111, 1874, 122
Regular Meeting, Monday, July 0, 1874, 123
on the Anniversary report favorably Ob-Committee Centennial to the
servance of this Amiiersarv bv an Historical Address", and A. C.
"to the Address.Goodell. Jr., Esq., was invited deliver 123.—W. H.
Notes on Examination of Four Species of Chitons,/Dull, an 124.
Field Meeting at West Newbury, Thursday, July 16, 1874, . . 125
The Historical Sketches. 12."); RemarksRamble and Opening bv the
on Collected,President. 134; G. D. Phippen, Plants and especially
on —Remarks bv John Robinson, I), li Jfagar,"Weeds," 135. Abner
<;. Phipps, J. Spofford,Hayden Brown, S. M. Allen, W. H. II. Marsh
others,and 135.
Regular Meeting, Monday, August 3, 1874, 138
Field Meeting at Rockport, Thursday, August 6, 1874, . . 139
Ramble. NotesThe 138.—A. Osgood, on the Lead Mine at Rocky Hill,
142. ofWest Newbury, — F. W. Putnam. Notice the Anderson school
Natural Remarks Dodge. II.of History. 143; by A. W. A. 'futile. A.
144.R. Hervey, —J.B. Wardwell, Description of an Indian Relic, 145.
Regular Meeting, Monday, August 17, 1874, .... 147 September 7, 1874, 148
( Some Relics collected ( 'he-ter,E. . Bolles, Notice Of at Fngland, 150.
onNotice, and Resolutions the Decease, of J. Wyman, 152.
Regular Meeting, Monday, September 1874 15321,
Field Meeting at Manchester, Friday, Oct. 2, 1874, . . . 155
Remarks on Robin-The Ramble, 155.—K. S. Morse. Glaciers, r>7; John
son, Account tlie l.">s.— E. Holies,of Agassiz Bowlder. c. On the
Change of Color in Leaves in Autumn, 169.
Regular Meeting, Monday, October 5, 1874, 100
l-t of theCommemoration Centennial Revolution, 160.— < >de adapted
to the Occasion 161 ; A. C. Goodell, Jr., Address, 162.
Regular Meeting, Monday, October 19, 1874 165
K. Morse, on the AccountS. Theory ol Evolution, 167; E. C. Bolles. of
the Various Scienti lie in -him Rbo!" 1 Ion, 168; Rldgway, Lists
of Birds observed from Sacramento to Sail Lake City, al vaiioua
Localities < loutiguous to < leutral Pacific Railroad. 168.CONTENTS. V
Regular Meeting, Monday, November 2, 1874, .... 175
J. Kimball, Notice of Petition for the Preservation of FishinSti
and Ponds In 1728, 176.—E. 8. Morse. On the Habil of Trap Door
spiders, 179.
Regular Meeting, .Monday. November 16, 1874, .... 180
Remarks on Uu- Indian Skeletons found at Marblehead, by A. ('.(.nod-
!•..ell, Jr.. 182; W. P. Upham, 183; 8. Atwood, 184 : Caleb Cooke. 185;
E.S. Morse, 187, A. II. Johnson, 188; E. C. Bollea, 189.
Special Meeting, Wednesday, November 25, 1874. . . . 190
l>e]Notice of James Steele Mackaj e's Lecture on F. iarte, 190.—I . W.
Pntuam, Remarks on a Collection of Living Specimen) ol Pi
and Crayfishes from Mammoth Cave, 191.
Regular Meeting, Monday, December 1874, .... 2007,
Oliver, fromH. K. On a Recent Donation the Heirs of Gen. B. F. Ed-
J.mauds, 202; Robinson, Familiar Talk on the Mi nufacture of
Gbxss, 203.—H. K. Oliver, Remarks on the Transil of V< nu
Regular Meeting, Monday, December 21. 1874, .... 203
V
. W. Putnam, Notice of Some Important Discoveries of the Hayden
204;Exploring Expedition. — A..Osgood and Mr. Knowlton, Remarks
t lie Lead Oreon of Weal Newbury, 205.—F. W. Putnam and G. B.
In ilie staleLoring, Relation lo Proposed Survey, 205.
Letters Announced, 1, 10. 20, 33, 36, 67, 76, 107, 117, 181, 140, 148
166, 175, 180, 200, 203.
Additions the Library,to 2, 11, 20, 33, 36, 68, 75, 107, 118, 132, 141,
148, 153, 166, 175, 181, 201, 204.
Additions to Museum, 10, 146, 148, 150. 151, 154, 180, 181.