A Study of the Movements of the Atmosphere

By Lieut. E. Fournier, of the French Navy (Translated by Prof. J. Leroux, U. S. Naval Academy)
October 1890
The author of the present study prefaces his essay with a few general considerations upon the advances made in meteorology, especially in the study of the mechanics of the atmosphere, ...

Professional Notes

October 1890
TARGET PRACTICE AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY. By Lieutenant-Commander C. S. Sperry, Head of Department of Ordnance and Gunnery. U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., March 24, 1890. The competition for ...

Reviews

October 1890
Submarine Mines in Relation to War. By Major G. S. Clarke, C. M. G., R. E. Woolwich: Printed at the Royal Artillery Institution, 1890.Major Clarke in his concluding paragraph says: ...

Bibliographic Notes

October 1890
AMERICAN CHEMICAL JOURNAL. Volume XII, No. 4, April, 1890. W. M. Burton and L. D. Vorce have determined the atomic weight of magnesium, finding the number 24.287 (O = 16). ...

Officers of the Institute

October 1890
OFFICERS OF THE INSTITUTE.1891.Elected at the regular annual meeting, held at Annapolis, Md., October 31, 1890.PRESIDENT.REAR-ADMIRAL S. B. LUCE, U. S. N. VICE-PRESIDENT.COMMANDER HENRY GLASS, U. S. N. SECRETARY AND ...

Special Notice

October 1890
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRIZE ESSAY, 1891.A prize of one hundred dollars, with a gold medal, is offered by the Naval Institute for the best essay presented on any subject pertaining to ...

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