Report of the Annual Meeting, Tom 27

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Rev Professor Haughton on a Model illustrative of Slaty Cleavage 69
Messrs Jukes and Du Noyer on the Geology of Lambay Island 75
Sir Roderick I Murchison on the Quartz Rocks Crystalline Limestones
Mr George V Du Noybh on the Junction of the Micaslates and Granite
Messrs Hermann and Robert Schlagintweit on Erosion of Rivers In India 90
Dr Boist on the Lotus or Sacred Bean of India Communicated by
Mr Philip P Carpenters Note on Peculiarities of Growth in Caecidae 102
Mr G C Hyndmans Notice of a curious Monstrosity of Form in the Fusiu
Mr R Dowdens Brief Suggestion recommending a more complete Compila
Mr W Bollabrts Ethnological and Antiquarian Researches in New Gra
Mr Richard Cull on the Character Extent and Ethnological Value of
Mr Gordon M Hills on the Round Towers of Ireland 133
Mr John Hooo on the supposed Biblical Names of Baalbec and on
Mr George V Du Noyer on the Remains of EarlyStonebuilt Fortresses
Dr R Sieqeried on an Inscription in the Language of Ancient Gaul and
Mr J Crawftjrd on the Effects of the Gold of Australia and California 160
Dr H MCormac on the Influence of inadequate or perverted Development
Mr Richard H Walsh on Equitable Villages in America 170
Mr James Barton on a detailed Model of the Boyne Viaduct which carries
Mr J W Dodds on Improvements in Iron and Steel and their Application
Mr R Mallet on the Construction of the 36inch Mortars made by order
Mr J Scott Russell on the Mechanical Structure of the Great Eastern Steam
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