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SKETCH OF JOSEPH LOVERING.

78."Animal Electricity" (ibid., 1851).

79."Recent Discoveries in Astronomy" (ibid., 1852).

80."Comets" (ibid., 1853).

81."Atmospherical Electricity" (ibid., 1854 and 1855).

82."Lightning and Lightning-Rods" (ibid., 1856).

83."Terrestrial Magnetism" (ibid., 1857).

84."Theories of Terrestrial Magnetism" (ibid., 1858).

85."On the Boomerang" (ibid., 1859).

86."On the Aurora Borealis and Australia" (ibid., 1860).

87."On Meteorology" (ibid., 1861).

88."On the Pressure of the Atmosphere and the Barometer" (ibid., 1862).

 
REVIEWS, ETC.

89."Guyot's Physical Geography" ("Christian Examiner,*' vol. xlvii).

90."Humboldt's Cosmos" (ibid., vol. xlviii).

91."Skepticism in Science" (ibid., vol. li).

92."Spiritual Mechanics" (ibid., vol. Iv).

93."Thompson and Kaemtz on Meteorology" ("North American Review," vol. Ixxi).

94."Elementary Works on Physical Science" (ibid., vol. Ixxii).

95."Michael Faraday" ("Old and New," vol. i).

96."Reports on Lighthouses." By Benjamin Peirce and Joseph Levering ("Journal of the Franklin Institute," vol. xviii).

97."On the Internal Equilibrium and Motion of Bodies" ("Cambridge Mathematical Miscellany," vol. i).

98."On the Application of Mathematical Analysis to Researches in the Physical Sciences" (ibid.).

99."Encke's Comet" (ibid.).

100."The Divisibility of Matter" (ibid.).

101."Boston and Science" ("Memorial History of Boston," vol iv).

102."Article on the Telegraph" ("American Cyclopædia," last edition).

103."Address at the Dedication of the Mural Monument to the Memory of Dr. James Walker," in the Harvard Church, Charlestown.

 
SUBJECTS OF LECTURES AT THE LOWELL INSTITUTE.

1840-'41."Electricity and Magnetism."

1841-'42."Mechanics."

1842-'43."Astronomy."

1843-'44."Optics."

1845-'46."Astronomy."

1853-'54."Electricity and Magnetism."

1859-'60."Astronomy."

1865-'66."Light and Sound."

1879-'80."Connection of the Physical Sciences."

Prof. Lovering also edited six volumes, from V to X inclusive, and part of Volume XI, of the" Memoirs" of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; also the" Proceedings" of the same Academy, Volumes VII, VIII, and XVII.