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Vol. XLIV.J Established by Edward L. Youmans. [No. 1.

POPULAR SCIEICE MOKTILY.

NOVEMBER, 1893.

EDITED BY WILLIAM JAY YOUMA^S.

CONTENTS. TAOE

I. The Conservation of our Oyster Supply. By R. F.Walsh. (Illus.) 1

II. Evolution and Ethics. I. By Prof. Thomas H. Huxley, F. R.S. 18

III. Laplace's Plan for Perpetual Moonlight. By Daniel Kirkwood. 36

IV. Electricity at the World's Fair. II. By C. M. Lungren. (Illus.) 39 V. The Pestalozzian System. By Hon. George S. Boutwell 55

VI, The Scientific Method with Children. By HE>fRT Lincoln Clapp. 57

VII. Nature at Sea. By Prof. Francis H. Herrick. (Illustrated.). 69

VIII. North and South American Aboriginal Names. By M. V. Moore. 81

IX. Immaterial Science. By E. S. Moser 84

X. An Argument for Vertical Handwriting. By Joseph V. Wither-

bee. (Illustrated. ) 86

XI. Vegetable Diet. By Laijy Walb. Paget 94

XII. Origin of the Mississippi Valley Rainfall. By J. H. PATTON,Ph.D. 102

XIII.' Mathematical Curiosities of the Sixteenth Century, By M. V.

Brandicourt 106

XIV. Birds' Judgments of Men. By M. Cunisset-Carnot 110

XV. Sketch of John Ericsson. (With Portrait.) 112

XVI. Editor's TableĀ : The Bearing of the Doctrine of Evohition on Social Problen-.s.

Science at the Columbian Exposition 121

XVIL Literary Notices 126

XVIII. Popular Miscellany 136

XIX. Notes 143

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