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Includin<i Four \ew Species," December 11, 1S27, and Juiuuiry 1, 1828.

" Note, Containing a Notice of Some Fossils Recently Discovered in New Jersey," June 2, 1S28, vi.

" Description of Two New Species of Fossil Shells of the Genera Scaphites and Trepiiiula: With Some 01)servations on the Ferruginous Sand, Plastic Clay, and Upper Marine Formation of the I'nited States," June 17, 1828, vi.

Additional Observations on the Geol- ogy anil Organic Remains of New Jersey and Delaware," January 19, July ti. 1830, vi.

"Notice of Some Parasitic Worms," March 15, 1831, vi.

" Some Remarks on tlie Ancient Peruvians," June 1, 1841.

"Remarks on a Mode of Ascertaining the Internal Capacity of the Human Cranium," April 6, 1841.

"A Memoir of William Maclure," read July 1, 1841.

" Observations on the Embalmed Body of an Egyptian — Ibis religios," May 4. 1841.

"Observations on Eight Skulls from Mexico," July 6, 1841.

" Remarks on the Sutures of the Cra- nium as Connected with the Growth of the Corresponding Bones," May 17, 1841.

" Description of Fossil Shells from the Cretaceous Deposit of the United States," October 12, 1841.

"On an Albino Racoon," November 6, 1841.

" On the So-called Pigmy Race of People Who are asserted to have For- merly Inhabited a Part of the Valley of the Mississippi," November 15, 1841.

"Description of Two New Species of Fossil Shells from the Lower Cretaceous Strata of New Jersey," November 7, 1841.

" Results of Measurement of Forty-five Adult Negro Crania, in Order to Ascer- tain the Internal Capacity of the Skull in the African Race," December 14, 1841.

" Description of Some New Species of Organic Remains of the Cretaceous Group of the United States; With a

Tabular View of the Fossils Hitherto Discovered in this Formation," October 12, November 7, 1841; January 25, 1842.

" \'erbal Communication on an Adult Skeleton from Ticul, Yucatan," May 9, 1842.

" Brief Remarks on the Diversities of the Human Species, and on Some Kin- dred Subjects," being an introductory lecture delivered before the class of Penn- sylvania Medical College in Pliiladelphia, November 1, 1842.

" Inquiry into the Distinctive Charac- teristics of the Aboriginal Race of America," second edition, 1844.

" On the analogy which exists between the Marl of New Jersey and the Chalk Formation of Europe," — a letter to Prof. Silliman, February 14, 1832. ("Ameri- can Journal of Science and Art," vol. xxiv.)

" Notice of the Fossil Teeth of Fishes of the United States; the Discovery of Gait in Alabama, and a Proposed Division of the American Cretaceous Group." ("American Journal of Science and Art," vol. xxviii.)

" On a Supposed New Species of Hippopotamus," February 27, 1844.

" Remarks on the Skull of a Hottentot," May 21, 1844.

" Description of Head of a Fossil Crocodile from the Cretaceous Strata of New Jersey," August 27, 1844.

" On a Second Series of Ancient Egyp- tian Crania," October 29, 1844.

" Observations on Mosasaurus of New Jersey," November 24, 1844.

"Measurements of Skulls of Native Africans," December 17, 1844.

" Remarks on the Skulls of a Mexican, a Lenape, and a Congo Negro," May 6, 1845.

" Remarks on the Crania of Two Ancient Peruvians, Two Mound Skulls from Missouri, a Hottentot, a Mozam- bique Negro, and Four Mummied Egyp- tian Heads," September 2, 1845.

" Remarks on Two Skulls of Natives of New Holland," November 18, 1845.

" Verbal Remarks on Cretaceous Fos-