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Abbe Illuminator, R. Kock OnIssue 20 Page 16

Aberrations - Astigmatism and Curvature by The EditorIssue 37 Page 13

Aberrations - Chromatic by The EditorIssue 34 Page 21

Aberrations - Coma by The EditorIssue 36 Page 16

Aberrations - Spherical Aberration by The EditorIssue 35 Page 12

Acarina - Demodicoidea, etc. by Soar, C. D.Issue 6 Page 6

Acarina, Mites, by C.D. Soar - DemodicoideaIssue 6 Page 6

Acarina, Mites, by C.D. Soar - EupodoideaIssue 7 Page 11

Acarina, Mites, by C.D. Soar - ParasiyoideaIssue 8 Page 13

Acarina, Mites, by C.D. Soar - TrombidioideaIssue 9 Page 7

Accessories, A Note On Small, by C. PalmerIssue 9 Page 18

Agapanthus, The Pedicel Of, Note, by E.M. N.Issue 34 Page 20

Algae, Fresh Water by G. T. HarrisIssue 3 Page 9

Algae, Freshwater, Mounting by C. F. BauseIssue 20 Page 20

Alignment Of The Illuminating System, NoteIssue 20 Page 30

An Aquarium for Invertebrates by Fant, R. J.Issue 42 Page 6

An Art Student with a Pocket Lens by Palmer, ChetwyndIssue 35 Page 22

Aquarium For InvertebrataIssue 42 Page 6

Aquatic Biology, Note On Use Of Oil Immersion Objective And CondenserIssue 44 Page 23

Are You Getting the Best Out of your Microscope by Johnson, J.Issue 24 Page 20

Arneth Count, by W. P. KennedyIssue 12 Page 3

Bacteria, Relief Staining OfIssue 10 Page 23

Bacteria, The Genera Of, by R. C. McLean (I)Issue 44 Page 17

Bacteria, The Genera Of, by R. C. McLean (II)Issue 45 Page 3

Bacteriological Microscopy, Critical Observational Methods by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 1 Page 7

Bacteriological Procedure, NoteIssue 39 Page 23

Binocular MicroscopesIssue 10 Page 3

Blood, Tracing Small Amounts by Use Of Live BoxIssue 38 Page 22

Blow-fly Proboscis, Note by A. Morley-JonesIssue 7 Page 20

Blow-fly Tongue by N.E. BrownIssue 15 Page 22

British Microscopes, Information OnIssue 7 Page 3

Bull's Eye Condenser, Note On Set Up OfIssue 15 Page 30

Caligus Repax, Parasitic Copepod, by E. R. NewmarchIssue 38 Page 10

Camera Lucida Drawing by Coon, J. M.Issue 46 Page 20

Camera Lucida, Note On UsingIssue 14 Page 30

Canada Balsam, Notes (I)Issue 12 Page 29

Canada Balsam, Notes (II)Issue 13 Page 28

Cellophane For Selenite, NoteIssue 47 Page 22

Cellophane, As A Polariser, NoteIssue 28 Page 23

Cellophane, Birefringence, Notes (I)Issue 24 Page 22

Cellophane, Birefringence, Notes (II)Issue 25 Page 23

Cellosolve, Note (I)Issue 34 Page 19

Cellosolve, Note (II)Issue 38 Page 22

Cements And Finishes, Notes by W. D. GrierIssue 22 Page 17

Chemical, An Experiment, NoteIssue 16 Page 30

Ciliary Movement in Diatoms by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 14 Page 3

Cleaning Diatoms, NoteIssue 21 Page 28

Cleaning Slides And Covers, NoteIssue 39 Page 22

Cleaning Slides, Removing Balsam And HyraxIssue 40 Page 21

Collecting Microscopical Material, by W. E. AllenIssue 42 Page 20

Condenser, Low Power, Notes (I)Issue 10 Page 28

Condenser, Low Power, Notes (II)Issue 11 Page 25

Condenser, Rapid Centration, NoteIssue 10 Page 11

Condensers - Low-Power, NoteIssue 11 Page 25

Condensers - R. Kock On The Abbe Illuminator 1880Issue 20 Page 16

Condensers - Some Uses Of The Dark Field CondenserIssue 20 Page 3

Condensers - Spherical Corrections Of by A.E.C. SmithIssue 38 Page 12

Condensers by C. R. MarshallIssue 8 Page 2

Contrast Filters in Micrography by Baker, T. T.Issue 13 Page 3

Coscinodiscus by Fuge, D. P.Issue 16 Page 19

Coscinodiscus, A Note On The Genus by D. P. FugeIssue 16 Page 19

Cover Glass Thickness, Corrector, AdvertisementIssue 22 Page 26

Cover Glass Thickness, NoteIssue 21 Page 29

Coverglasses, Thickness, QueryIssue 21 Page 29

Crystallography by E. J. HowIssue 6 Page 21

Cultures For The Zoological Laboratory - Amoeba And Paramecia by R. J. FantIssue 40 Page 3

Cultures For The Zoological Laboratory - Euglena by R. J. FantIssue 41 Page 14

Cultures for the Zoological Laboratory - 1. Amoeba, Paramecium by Fant, R. J.Issue 40 Page 3

Cultures for the Zoological Laboratory - 2. Euglena, Hydrae by Fant, R. J.Issue 41 Page 14

Cytology, Use Of High Power Microscope InIssue 17 Page 26

Dalton's Microscope by J. F. StirlingIssue 41 Page 8

Dancer, J. B., A Forgotten Genius (I)Issue 44 Page 3

Dancer, J. B., A Forgotten Genius (II)Issue 45 Page 12

Dancer, J. B., A Forgotten Genius (III)Issue 46 Page 8

Dancer, J. B., A Forgotten Genius (IV)Issue 47 Page 12

Dark Field Illumination, NoteIssue 40 Page 22

Dark Field Illumination, Notes On by E. W. RobertsIssue 39 Page 18

Dark Ground Illumination (setting Up)Issue 28 Page 14

Dark Ground Illumination by F. S. BrisleeIssue 11 Page 6

Dark Ground Illumination for High Powers by Brislee, F. J.Issue 3 Page 4

Dark Ground Illumination Of Living Bacteria, NoteIssue 12 Page 30

Dark Ground Illumination, Setting UpIssue 18 Page 28

Dark Ground Photography by A.A.C. Eliot-MerlinIssue 6 Page 13

Dark-Ground Illumination Part 1. by The EditorIssue 27 Page 9

Dark-Ground Illumination Part 2. by The EditorIssue 28 Page 13

Dark-Ground Illumination Part 3. by The EditorIssue 29 Page 16

Dark-Ground Illumination Part 4. by The EditorIssue 30 Page 14

Dehydrating Agent, Butyl Alcohol, NoteIssue 26 Page 21

Dehydrating Agent, CellosolveIssue 34 Page 19

Dehydration, Of AlcoholIssue 35 Page 11

Dehydration, Safe And Simple Method by M. G. OrrIssue 26 Page 12

Desmidiaceae (I) by G. T. HarrisIssue 9 Page 16

Desmidiaceae (II) by G. T. HarrisIssue 10 Page 13

Desmidiaceae (III) by G. T. HarrisIssue 11 Page 9

Desmidiaceae (IV) by G. T. HarrisIssue 12 Page 6

Desmidiaceae (V) by G. T. HarrisIssue 13 Page 9

Desmidiaceae (VI) by G. T. HarrisIssue 14 Page 8

Diatom Test Plate, Micrometrically StandardisedIssue 11 Page 14

Diatomaceous Earths, Notes On CleaningIssue 23 Page 14

Diatoms, Ciliary Movement In by A.A. C. E. M.Issue 14 Page 3

Diatoms, Discovery Of Ciliary MovementIssue 11 Page 2

Diatoms, Growth Observed With Dark Ground IlluminationIssue 36 Page 20

Diatoms, Kittonia (?) Virgata G.&S. With A NoteIssue 43 Page 10

Diatoms, MountingIssue 32 Page 14

Diatoms, Mounting In HyraxIssue 30 Page 6

Diatoms, Non-siliceous Basis Of Diatom StructureIssue 33 Page 12

Diatoms, On The Genus Hemiaulus by D. P. FugeIssue 40 Page 12

Diatoms, Separating From Minute Debris, NoteIssue 23 Page 23

Diatoms, Something Rare Or Unusual - AustralianIssue 42 Page 16

Diatoms, Structure OfIssue 27 Page 12

Diatoms, Two New Kittonias by D. P. FugeIssue 38 Page 3

Diatoms, Unusual FormsIssue 20 Page 8

Drawing For Microscopists by C. PalmerIssue 37 Page 21

Drawing for Microscopists by Palmer, ChetwyndIssue 37 Page 21

Drawing, Camera Lucida by J.M.C.Issue 46 Page 20

Drawing, Enlarging Apparatus For by H.D.S.Issue 43 Page 21

Dry Cell, Mounts, NoteIssue 29 Page 22

Dry Cells, Use Of 'Durofix', NoteIssue 30 Page 23

Early Photomicrographers (I) by Oakden, C. H.Issue 21 Page 10

Early Photomicrographers (II) by Oakden, C. H.Issue 22 Page 12

Early Photomicrographers (III) by Oakden, C. H.Issue 24 Page 15

Eelworm Lamp, Note by T. H. TaylorIssue 17 Page 31

Elementary Technique of the microscope - Critical Illumination by Brislee, F. J.Issue 10 Page 6

Elementary Technique of the microscope - Dark Ground Illumination by Brislee, F. J.Issue 11 Page 6

Elementary Technique of the microscope - Illumination of Opaque Objects by Brislee, F. J.Issue 12 Page 15

Elementary Technique of the microscope - Measurements with the Microscope by Brislee, F. J.Issue 13 Page 7

Elementary Technique of the microscope - Use of High Powers by Brislee, F. J.Issue 14 Page 4

Embedding, Paraffin, NoteIssue 42 Page 23

Embedding, Preparation Of Material, NoteIssue 39 Page 22

Embedding, Preparation Of Material, NoteIssue 40 Page 22

Enamel For Ringing Slides, Note, by M.J. ColeIssue 9 Page 31

Enlarging Apparatus for Drawings by Slack, H. D.Issue 43 Page 21

Entomology, A Microscope ForIssue 31 Page 4

Examination of Paper Fibres by Wycherley, S. R.Issue 7 Page 24

Eyepiece Micrometers by G.S.Issue 17 Page 30

Eyepiece, A 'super Eyepiece' Carrier by W.G.M.Issue 11 Page 26

Eyepiece, What Shall I Use? by The EditorIssue 41 Page 24

Fairy Flies by Close, J. K.Issue 29 Page 3

Fairy Flies by J. K. CloseIssue 29 Page 3

Fibre Microscopy by H. EllisIssue 24 Page 3

Fibre Microscopy by H. EllisIssue 25 Page 3

Filterable Viruses and the Limits of Visibility by Cole, A. C.Issue 19 Page 12

Filters, Colour, GlassIssue 36 Page 3

Filters, Contrast In MicrographyIssue 13 Page 3

Filters, Uses Of, NoteIssue 16 Page 31

First Attempt at Mounting, Insect Preparations Made Without Pressure by Holder, J. T.Issue 23 Page 22

Fluid Mounts by D. S. SpenceIssue 25 Page 17

Fluid Mounts BY G.T. HarrisIssue 27 Page 18

Fluid Mounts, Sealing Medium, NoteIssue 39 Page 22

Foodstuffs And Confectionary by T. MacaraIssue 14 Page 5

Forgotten Genius, J. B. Dancer (I) by Stirling, J. F.Issue 44 Page 3

Forgotten Genius, J. B. Dancer (II) by Stirling, J. F.Issue 45 Page 12

Forgotten Genius, J. B. Dancer (III) by Stirling, J. F.Issue 46 Page 8

Formalin, Formol And Formaldehyde by C.M. HectorIssue 36 Page 22

Formalin, Formol, and Formaldehyde by Hector, C. M.Issue 36 Page 22

Fossil Plants by E.G. WilliamsIssue 26 Page 3

Fossil Plants by Williams, E. G.Issue 26 Page 3

Freshwater Polyzoa by Hurrell, H. E.Issue 16 Page 9

Fungi, Isolating Spores by R. C. McCleanIssue 46 Page 3

Fungi, Mounting Mould Fungi, NoteIssue 10 Page 28

Further Note on Mounting Rock Sections by Weatherhead, A. V.Issue 46 Page 11

Geology, Further Note On Mounting Rock SectionsIssue 46 Page 11

Geology, Low Power Photomicrography Of Rock SectionsIssue 47 Page 18

Geology, Micro-geological Studies Of Some Michigan Fossils by E.W. RobertsIssue 46 Page 12

Geology, Preparation Of Micro-sections Of RockIssue 43 Page 3

Geology, The Microscope As A Geological Time Recorder by G.F. DaniellIssue 21 Page 7

Getting the Best out of the Abbe Illuminator by The EditorIssue 16 Page 26

Glass Colour Filters by Wheat, W. N.Issue 36 Page 3

Glass, Colour FiltersIssue 36 Page 3

Glass, Manufacture Of Optical, by W. N. WheatIssue 34 Page 3

Golden Syrup As A Temporary MountIssue 40 Page 22

Grain in Photomicrography by Baker, T. T.Issue 14 Page 23

Hepatics and Mycetozoa by 'Glaux'Issue 5 Page 16

Hepatics And Mycetozoa by ClauxIssue 5 Page 16

Hepatics, Preparation And Mounting by M.J. ColeIssue 8 Page 6

High Power Illuminants by Ivimey-Cook, W. R.Issue 31 Page 12

High Powers, Use Of by F. J. BrisleeIssue 14 Page 14

Highest Power Dark Ground Photography by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 6 Page 13

Hints to Beginners (I) by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 15 Page 8

Hints to Beginners (II) by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 16 Page 14

Hints to Beginners (III) by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 17 Page 14

Hints to Beginners (IV) by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 18 Page 10

Hints to Beginners (V) by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 19 Page 19

His Method of Exhibiting a Living Fly in the Act of Feeding by Macer, R.Issue 2 Page 10

Holoscopic Series, Resolution Of Surirella Gemma With, by A. E.C. SmithIssue 21 Page 14

Hydrozoa by Cuzner, E.Issue 1 Page 11

Hydrozoa by E. CurznerIssue 1 Page 11

HyraxIssue 44 Page 12

Hyrax as a Mountant for Diatoms by Brislee, F. J.Issue 25 Page 10

Hyrax, As Mountant For DiatomsIssue 25 Page 10

Illumination in Low Power Photomicrography by Reid, J. D.Issue 5 Page 4

Illumination, Dark Ground (I) by The EditorIssue 27 Page 9

Illumination, Dark Ground (II) by The EditorIssue 28 Page 13

Illumination, Dark Ground, For High PowersIssue 3 Page 3

Illumination, Notes On Dark FieldIssue 39 Page 18

Illumination, Parallel Ray, NoteIssue 31 Page 23

Illuminator, Vertical, Use Of by A.E. McClureIssue 39 Page 3

Infra-red Plates by A.E. SmithIssue 27 Page 11

Infra-red Plates in Microscopy by Smith, A. E.Issue 27 Page 11

Insect Preparations Made Without PressureIssue 23 Page 22

Interference Figures by C. PalmerIssue 11 Page 22

Isolating Fungus Spores by McLean, R. C.Issue 46 Page 3

John Dalton's Microscope by Stirling, J. F.Issue 41 Page 8

Kittonea (?) virgata G. & S. With a Note on the Genus Hemiaulus and its 'mucro' by Fuge, D. P.Issue 40 Page 12

Larvae, Preservation Of Aquatic by H.J.F.Issue 9 Page 26

Live Box, Use For Recognising Traces Of BloodIssue 38 Page 22

Location of areas for Photomicrography of Microscopical Specimens by Bradbury, S. G.Issue 14 Page 27

Low-power Photomicrography of Rock-sections by Weatherhead, A. V.Issue 47 Page 18

Magnification, Most Useful for Science Student, NoteIssue 8 Page 26

Magnifying Glass, Choosing AIssue 40 Page 18

Manufacture of Optical Glass by Wheat, W. N.Issue 34 Page 3

Marking the Object by Mainardi, A.Issue 38 Page 6

Marking The Object, by A. MainardiIssue 38 Page 6

Marking The Object, NotesIssue 39 Page 16

Measurement, Thickness Of An ObjectIssue 19 Page 31

Measurement, With Eyepiece And Stage MicrometerIssue 3 Page 23

Memoranda of a Mounter by Gray, H. J.Issue 15 Page 26

Metals, Examination Of Iron And SteelIssue 42 Page 12

Metals, Preparation Of by J. WinningIssue 31 Page 3

Metals, Preparation Of by W. CartwrightIssue 13 Page 14

Method of Displaying Neurological Sections and Other Material by Davies, F. (and Francis, E. T. B.)Issue 42 Page 10

Method of Displaying Neurological Sections and Other Material by Francis, E. T. B. (and Davies, F.)Issue 42 Page 10

Method of Mounting Crystals for the Micro-polariscope by Gray, H. J.Issue 11 Page 17

Methodless Musings, mainly Microscopical by Spence, D. S.Issue 13 Page 27

Mica-sheet, Method Of PreparationIssue 30 Page 3

Microdissection by E. PonderIssue 11 Page 3

Microgeological Studies of Some Michigan Fossils by Roberts, E. W.Issue 46 Page 12

Micromanipulation, New Methods Of by P. De. F.Issue 47 Page 3

Micrometer Eyepiece by G.S.Issue 17 Page 30

Micrometer Eyepiece by G.S.Issue 17 Page 30

Micrometer Scales on Photomicrographs by Close, J. K.Issue 35 Page 19

Micrometer Scales On PhotomicrogrpahsIssue 35 Page 19

Micrometer, Calibrating, Note by D.S. SpenceIssue 24 Page 23

Micrometer, To Measure With, Eyepiece And StageIssue 3 Page 23

Micrometric ChartIssue 14 Page 26

Micrometrically Standardised Diatom Test PlateIssue 11 Page 14

Micrometrically Standardised Diatom Test Plate by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 11 Page 14

Micron And Micro-millimetre, Notes (I)Issue 19 Page 30

Micron And Micro-millimetre, Notes (II)Issue 20 Page 31

Microphotographic And Photomicrograph DefinitionsIssue 16 Page 30

Microscope As A Hobby by W. BagshawIssue 10 Page 19

Microscope Table by B.J. BedellIssue 46 Page 16

Microscope Table, NoteIssue 44 Page 22

Microscope, 1829, Interesting QuotationIssue 12 Page 14

Microscope, Construction, Thoughts On by A. CoperIssue 9 Page 21

Microscope, Getting The Most Out OfIssue 24 Page 20

Microscope, Mechanical TestingIssue 25 Page 20

Microscope, Simple by The EditorIssue 44 Page 13

Microscope, Smicroscope, Etymological NoteIssue 12 Page 17

Microscope, TableIssue 12 Page 20

Microscopic Test Plates by McEwen, A.Issue 8 Page 22

Microscopical Methods for Mycetozoa by Coon, J. M.Issue 22 Page 3

Microscopical Mineralogogy by Burke, J. F.Issue 33 Page 3

Microscopist, Reminiscences Of by J. M. OffordIssue 15 Page 18

Microscopy, Difficulties InIssue 10 Page 9

Mineralogy, Microscopical by J. F. BurkeIssue 33 Page 3

Mirror, The Concave by The EditorIssue 43 Page 16

Mounting Diatoms in Hyrax (I) by Meakin, S. H.Issue 30 Page 6

Mounting Diatoms in Hyrax (II) by Meakin, S. H.Issue 32 Page 14

Mounting Freshwater Algae by C.F. BauseIssue 20 Page 20

Mounting Freshwater Microfauna by P. GrayIssue 35 Page 3

Mounting In Air by The EditorIssue 43 Page 23

Mounting Media For DiatomsIssue 21 Page 24

Mounting Media, Stability Of by Chapman JonesIssue 26 Page 10

Mounting Pollens by Royal-Dawson, W. G.Issue 11 Page 20

Mounting Pollens by W. G. Royal-DawsonIssue 11 Page 20

Mounting Slides, New by C. PalmerIssue 9 Page 23

Mounting Temporary Preparations Without Preliminary DehydrationIssue 41 Page 3

Mounting, A First Attempt by J. T. HolderIssue 11 Page 18

Mounting, Dry, NoteIssue 29 Page 22

Mounting, Note On Mould FungiIssue 10 Page 28

Mounting, Notes On Zoological PreparationsIssue 40 Page 16

Mounts, Opaque, Simple And Inexpensive, NoteIssue 4 Page 21

Mounts, Sealing Fluid, NoteIssue 33 Page 23

Mounts, Sealing Medium, NoteIssue 39 Page 22

Multiple ImagesIssue 5 Page 21

Mycetozoa And HepaticsIssue 5 Page 16

Mycetozoa, Microscopical Methods For, by J. M. Coon Issue 22 Page 3

Mycetozoa, NoteIssue 5 Page 22

Mycetozoa, Preparation and Mounting By M.J. ColeIssue  8 Page 6

Mycetozoa, The Water Moulds by W.R. Ivimey CookIssue 28 Page 3

Nannoplankton and its Collection by Means of the Centrifuge by Scourfield, D. J.Issue 21 Page 3

Nannoplankton of Ponds by E.G. WilliamsIssue 33 Page 14

Nannoplankton, Collection by D.J. ScourfieldIssue 21 Page 3

Navicula viridis by D.P. FugeIssue 15 Page 13

Navicula viridis by Fuge, D. P.Issue 15 Page 13

Navicula, Three From Yorkshire by D. P. FugeIssue 23 Page 8

New Methods of Micromanipulation by Fonbrune, Pierre de.Issue 47 Page 3

New Mounting Slide by Palmer, ChetwyndIssue 9 Page 23

New Photographic Apparatus (1925) by Wrighton, H.Issue 4 Page 12

Newly Observed Coscinodiscus Secondary Structure by Eliot-Merlin, A. A. C.Issue 31 Page 21

Norbert, a 15 Band RulingIssue 19 Page 18

Note on Small Accessories by Palmer, ChetwyndIssue 9 Page 28

Note on Some Insect structures by Nelson, E. M.Issue 32 Page 18

Note on the Blow Fly Proboscis by Jones, A. M.Issue 7 Page 20

Note on the Reserve Cellulose or Hemi-cellulose in the Wood Fibres of the Black Poplar by Fuge, D. P.Issue 3 Page 19

Note on the Wenham Binocular by Palmer, ChetwyndIssue 12 Page 23

Note, a Microscopic Table by Pollard, E. W.Issue 44 Page 22

Note: Mounting in Air by The EditorIssue 43 Page 23

Notes on Cleaning Diatomaceous Earths and Guanos by Swatman, C. C.Issue 23 Page 14

Notes on Dark Field Illumination by Roberts, E. W.Issue 39 Page 18

Notes on Embedding Very Delicate Plant Tissue by Cook, W. R. I.Issue 23 Page 3

Notes on Photomicrometry by Miller, W. G.Issue 5 Page 8

Notes on Zoological Preparations by Sandon, H.Issue 40 Page 16

Obituary Notice - Chapman Jones, H.Issue 26 Page 12

Obituary Notice - Cole, M.J.Issue 14 Page 19

Obituary Notice - Nelson, E.M.Issue 45 Page 20

Obituary Notice - Watson, C.H.Issue 45 Page 7

Objective TestingIssue 16 Page 22

Objective, Apochromatic, NoteIssue 12 Page 10

Objective, Making a MicroscopeIssue 6 Page 28

Objective, N.A. Of, QueryIssue 18 Page 31

Objective, Oil Immersion For Aquatic BiologyIssue 44 Page 22

Objective, On The Utility Of The 8mmIssue 7 Page 28

Objective, The Sixth by N.E. BrownIssue 19 Page 15

Objective, To Find Focal Length, NoteIssue 13 Page 31

Objective, Using A Four Inch, NoteIssue 16 Page 30

Oblique Light by The EditorIssue 23 Page 18

Oblique Light by The EditorIssue 23 Page 18

Oedogoniales, (Freshwater Plants) (I) by G.T. HarrisIssue 31 Page 14

Oedogoniales, (Freshwater Plants) (II) by G.T. HarrisIssue 32 Page 8

Oedogoniales, (Freshwater Plants) (III) by G.T. HarrisIssue 33 Page 8

On the Stability of Mounting Media by Jones, C.Issue 26 Page 10

Opaque Mounts, Simple and Inexpensive, NoteIssue 4 Page 21

Opaque Objects, Illumination Of, by F. J. BrisleeIssue 12 Page 15

Opaque Objects, Illumination Of, by W. B. StokesIssue 28 Page 22

Optical Glass, Manufacture Of by W. N. WheatIssue 34 Page 3

Ornithology, The Microscope in (I), by E. HardyIssue 28 Page 18

Ornithology, The Microscope in (II), by E. HardyIssue 29 Page 20

Paper Fibres by S.R. WycherleyIssue 7 Page 24

Paper Mirrors. NoteIssue 29 Page 23

Paper, Use Of Microscope in Paper IndustryIssue 13 Page 20

Paraffin, Embedding. NoteIssue 42 Page 23

Paraffin, Liquid, NoteIssue 14 Page 30

Parallel Ray Illumination, NoteIssue 31 Page 23

Parasites, Primitive Fungal Root And StemIssue 19 Page 6

Penetrating Power of the Microscope by Stokes, W. B.Issue 2 Page 4

Penetrating Power Of The Microscope by W.B. StokesIssue 2 Page 4

Permanent Fluid Mounts (I) by Spence, D. S.Issue 25 Page 17

Permanent Fluid Mounts (II) by Spence, D. S.Issue 36 Page 7

Permanent Fluid Mounts by Harris, G. T.Issue 27 Page 18

Petrology with an 'Edinburgh H' by Burke, J. F.Issue 8 Page 17

Petrology With An Edinburgh 'H' by J.F. BurkeIssue 8 Page 17

Photographing Bacterial Colonies by McLean, R. C.Issue 46 Page 5

Photographing Bacterial Colonies by R.C. McLeanIssue 46 Page 5

Photomicrography Of Lightly Stained Or Unstained SpecimensIssue 4 Page 20

Photomicrography, Application Of Micrometric Scales ToIssue 32 Page 3

Photomicrography, Development Of The NegativeIssue 15 Page 3

Photomicrography, Early Photomicrographers (I) by C.H. OkedenIssue 21 Page 10

Photomicrography, Early Photomicrographers (II) by C.H. OkedenIssue 22 Page 12

Photomicrography, Early Photomicrographers (III) by C.H. OkedenIssue 24 Page 15

Photomicrography, Grain In by T. T. BakerIssue 14 Page 23

Photomicrography, Infra-red Plates by A.E.C.SmithIssue 27 Page 11

Photomicrography, Infra-red, Illustration, Leg Of DytiscusIssue 28 Page 20

Photomicrography, Location of Areas For, by J.G. BradburyIssue 14 Page 27

Photomicrography, Micrometer Scales OnIssue 35 Page 19

Photomicrography, Of Rock Sections by A.V. WeatherheadIssue 47 Page 18

Photomicrography, Pocket Lens ViewsIssue 47 Page 10

Photomicrography, Recording by The EditorIssue 20 Page 26

Photomicrography, Some Resolutions Of Surirella Gemma With The Holoscopic Series by A.E.C.S.Issue 21 Page 14

Photomicrography, The Problem Of Exposure (I) by A.E.C. SmithIssue 16 Page 3

Photomicrography, The Problem Of Exposure (II) by A.E.C. SmithIssue 17 Page 3

Photomicrography, Tube Length In, NoteIssue 3 Page 22

Photomicrometry, Notes On by W.G. MillerIssue 5 Page 8

Picric Piperine, Note by N.E. BrownIssue 27 Page 23

Piperine as a Mounting Medium by Jones, C.Issue 5 Page 11

Plant Tissue, Notes On Embedding by W.R.I. CookIssue 23 Page 3

Pleurosigma angulatum by D.P. FugeIssue 17 Page 9

Pleurosigma angulatum by Fuge, D. P.Issue 17 Page 9

PolaroidIssue 41 Page 27

Polishing 3x1 Slips, NoteIssue 23 Page 22

Pollen, Mounting by Royal-DawsonIssue 11 Page 20

Pollen, Mounting, NoteIssue 21 Page 30

Polyzoa, Freshwater (I) by E.R. NewmarchIssue 25 Page 13

Polyzoa, Freshwater (I) by H.E. HurrellIssue 16 Page 9

Polyzoa, Freshwater (II) by E.R. NewmarchIssue 26 Page 18

Polyzoa, Freshwater (II) by H.E. HurrellIssue 17 Page 19

Polyzoa, Freshwater (III) by E.R. NewmarchIssue 27 Page 14

Polyzoa, Freshwater (IV) by E.R. NewmarchIssue 28 Page 12

Pond Hunting (I) by H.E. HurrellIssue 18 Page 22

Pond Hunting (II) by H.E. HurrellIssue 19 Page 22

Pond Hunting, Practical Notes by C. PalmerIssue 41 Page 20

Pond Life For Beginners by M.Y. AleenIssue 2 Page 7

Pond Life for Beginnners by Allen, M. Y.Issue 2 Page 7

Pond Life, Searcher Microscope by E.S. DowdyIssue 14 Page 31

Pond Organisms, Some New and Little Known by C.L.OdamIssue 41 Page 3

Possible Method of Calibrating a Stage Micrometer by Spence, D. S.Issue 24 Page 22

Preparation and Mounting of Freshwater Algae by Harris, G. T.Issue 3 Page 9

Preparation of Styrax and Balsam of Tolu for Use as Mounting Media by Needham, G. H.Issue 4 Page 18

Preparations, Transparent, Without Preliminary DehydrationIssue 42 Page 3

Preparations, Zoological, NoteIssue 40 Page 16

Preparing and Examining Iron and Steel Specimens by Winning, J.Issue 42 Page 12

Preparing Metal Specimens by Winning, J.Issue 31 Page 3

Preserving Aquatic Larvae by H.J.F.Issue 9 Page 26

Preserving Insects, NoteIssue 5 Page 22

Pressure Mounting Apparatus, NoteIssue 27 Page 23

Projection Eyepiece, QueryIssue 15 Page 30

Projection With The MicroscopeIssue 34 Page 13

Projection with the Microscope by Clothier, W. C.Issue 34 Page 13

Rayon, The Microscopy OfIssue 18 Page 3

Record Keeping System For The Sayce-Watson CameraIssue 43 Page 13

Record Keeping System for the Sayce-Watson Camera by Stoughton, R .H.Issue 43 Page 13

Recording PhotomicrographsIssue 20 Page 26

Relief Staining of Bacteria, Protozoa, and Infusoria by Cole, A. C.Issue 10 Page 23

Relief Staining, Bacteria, Etc.Issue 10 Page 23

Reminiscences of a Microscopist by Offord, J. M.Issue 15 Page 18

Remounting Old Yellow Slides, NoteIssue 12 Page 31

Resolution of Objects (I) by E.M. NelsonIssue 34 Page 18

Resolution of Objects (II) by E.M. NelsonIssue 35 Page 8

Resolution of Objects (III) by E.M. NelsonIssue 36 Page 16

Resolution With High Power Binocular (I), NoteIssue 21 Page 28

Resolution With High Power Binocular (II), NoteIssue 23 Page 23

Resolving Power of the Microscope by Stokes, W. B.Issue 9 Page 3

Resolving Power Of The Microscope by W. B. StokesIssue 9 Page 3

Resolving Power, TableIssue 9 Page 5

Ring that Slide by Gray, PeterIssue 38 Page 16

Ringing by Peter GrayIssue 38 Page 16

Rock Sections, Low Power Photomicrography by A. V. WeatherheadIssue 47 Page 18

Rock Sections, Preparation by A. V. WeatherheadIssue 43 Page 3

Rock Sections, Thickness, NoteIssue 11 Page 25

Rotifers Of Bogs And Boggy Ponds by D.L. BryceIssue 18 Page 8

Rulings, A Nobert 15 BandIssue 19 Page 18

Rulings, Stanistreet, QueryIssue 21 Page 18

Safe and Simple Method of Dehydration by Orr, M. G.Issue 26 Page 12

Setting Up For Dark Ground IlluminationIssue 18 Page 28

Simple Device Useful in Infra-red Photography by Mainardi, A.Issue 45 Page 10

Simple Method of Staining Fungi in Fine Roots by Cook, W. R. I.Issue 19 Page 9

Slides, Preparation For Storing by D.S. SpenceIssue 35 Page 18

Slides, Storing, NoteIssue 40 Page 23

Some Interesting Test Objects by Brown, N.E.Issue 24 Page 10

Some New and Little Known Pond Organisms (I) by Odam, C. L.Issue 41 Page 3

Some New and Little Known Pond Organisms (II) by Odam, C. L.Issue 44 Page 23

Some Notes Concerning Salmon Sea Lice by Newmarch, E. R.Issue 38 Page 10

Some Notes on Cements and Finishes by Grier, W. D.Issue 22 Page 17

Some Notes on Freshwater Polyzoa - Narcotising and Mounting by Newmarch, E. R.Issue 27 Page 14

Some Notes on Freshwater Polyzoa (I) by Newmarch, E. R.Issue 25 Page 13

Some Notes on Freshwater Polyzoa (II) by Newmarch, E. R.Issue 26 Page 18

Some Practical Notes on Vertical Illumination by Smith, A. E.Issue 3 Page 14

Some Primitive fungal Root and Stem Parasites by Cook, W. R. I.Issue 19 Page 3

Some Resolutions of Surirella gemma with the Holoscopic Series by Smith, A .E.Issue 21 Page 14

Some Uses of the Dark Field Condenser by Lloyd, F. E.Issue 20 Page 3

Something About Rare or Unusual Australian Diatoms (I) by Ross, H.Issue 39 Page 10

Something About Rare or Unusual Australian Diatoms (II) by Ross, H.Issue 42 Page 16

Something About Rare or Unusual Australian Diatoms (III) by Ross, H.Issue 43 Page 10

Something About Rare or Unusual Australian Diatoms (IV) by Ross, H.Issue 44 Page 10

Spherical Corrections of Condensers by Smith, A .E. C.Issue 38 Page 12

Spread Diatom Slides by D.P. FugeIssue 14 Page 20

Spread Diatom Slides by Fuge, D. P.Issue 14 Page 20

Staining Objects by A.D. MurrayIssue 32 Page 12

Staining Objects for the Microscope by Murray, H. D.Issue 32 Page 12

Staining, Fungi, in Fine Roots by W.R. Ivimey CookIssue 19 Page 9

Staining, Relief, of Bacteria, Protozoa and Infusoria by A.C. ColeIssue 10 Page 23

Stanistreets Rulings, QueryIssue 21 Page 28

Star Test by A. C. ColesIssue 7 Page 16

Stentor Roeselii by J. Milton OffordIssue 22 Page 22

Stentor roeselii, a Protozoan architect by Offord, J. M.Issue 22 Page 22

Substage Condenser and its Cone by C.R. MarshallIssue 8 Page 2

Substage Condenser ConsideredIssue 4 Page 3

Summary: Setting up the Microscope for Dark Ground Ilumination by Barnard, J. E.Issue 18 Page 28

Super-eyepiece Carrier by Miller, W. G.Issue 11 Page 26

Test objects by Brislee, F. J.Issue 6 Page 16

Test Objects by F. J. BrisleeIssue 6 Page 16

Test Objects for Beginners by A. Morley-JonesIssue 17 Page 28

Test Objects for Beginners by Jones, A. M.Issue 17 Page 28

Test Objects, AdvertisementIssue 47 Page 23

Test Objects, Some Interesting, by N.E. BrownIssue 24 Page 10

Test Objects, Stamps as, NoteIssue 40 Page 22

Test Plates (I) by A. McEwenIssue 8 Page 22

Test Plates (II) by A. McEwenIssue 9 Page 12

Test Plates, A Micrometrically Standardised Diatom Test Plate by A.A.C.E. MerlinIssue 11 Page 14

Testing Objectives by C. JonesIssue 16 Page 22

Testing Objectives by Jones, C.Issue 16 Page 22

Textile Fibre Microscopy (I) by H. EllisIssue 24 Page 3

Textile Fibre Microscopy (II) by H. EllisIssue 25 Page 3

Textile Industries, The Microscope In by T.B. BrightIssue 13 Page 25

The Adjustment of Lamp-distance and of Tube-length by Spence, D. S.Issue 34 Page 10

The Application of Micrometric Scales to Photomicrographs by Lord, J. A.Issue 32 Page 3

The Arneth Count by Kennedy, W. P.Issue 12 Page 3

The Blow Fly's Tongue as it should be Seen by Brown, N. E.Issue 15 Page 22

The Collecting of Microscopic Material by Allen, W. E.Issue 42 Page 20

The Collection and Preparation of Diatoms by Fuge, D. P.Issue 18 Page 16

The Compound Eye of the Water Beetle by Hepworth, J. W.Issue 31 Page 8

The Concave Mirror by The EditorIssue 43 Page 16

The Desmideae (I) by Harris, G. T.Issue 9 Page 16

The Desmideae (II) by Harris, G. T.Issue 10 Page 13

The Desmideae (III) by Harris, G. T.Issue 11 Page 9

The Desmideae (IV) by Harris, G. T.Issue 12 Page 6

The Desmideae (V) by Harris, G. T.Issue 13 Page 9

The Desmideae (VI) by Harris, G. T.Issue 14 Page 8

The Examination of Interference Figures with an Ordinary Microscope by Palmer, ChetwyndIssue 11 Page 22

The Genera of Bacteria (I) by McLean, R. C.Issue 44 Page 17

The Genera of Bacteria (II) by McLean, R. C.Issue 45 Page 3

The Growth of Diatom Structure as Observed with Dark Ground Illumination by Roberts, E. W.Issue 36 Page 20

The Linnescope, a Simple Box Microscope by Scourfield, D. J.Issue 21 Page 26

The Making of Cinephotomicrographic Films by Lloyd, F. E.Issue 37 Page 3

The Mica-sheet Method of Making Microscopical Preparations by Pittock, F. J.Issue 30 Page 3

The Microscope and Crystallography by How, E. J.Issue 6 Page 21

The Microscope and Pond Life by Offord, J. M.Issue 4 Page 6

The Microscope as a Geological Time Recorder by Daniell, G. F.Issue 21 Page 7

The Microscope as a Hobby by Bagshaw, W.Issue 10 Page 19

The Microscope in Ornithology (I) by Hardy, E.Issue 28 Page 18

The Microscope in Ornithology (II) by Hardy, E.Issue 29 Page 20

The Microscope in the Foodstuffs and Confectionery Industry by Macara, T.Issue 14 Page 5

The Microscope in the School by Neill, R. M.Issue 12 Page 11

The Microscope in the Service of Textiles - Part II (Fibre Microscopy) by Ellis, H.Issue 25 Page 3

The Microscope in the Service of Textiles by Ellis, H.Issue 24 Page 3

The Microscope in the Study of Mosses by Harris, G. T.Issue 7 Page 6

The Microscope in the Textile Industries by Bright, T. B.Issue 13 Page 25

The Microscope, in the Iron and Steel Industry by Reed, A. W.Issue 14 Page 17

The Microscopic Examination of Woody Material (I) by Jane, F. W.Issue 27 Page 3

The Microscopic Examination of Woody Material (II) by Jane, F. W.Issue 29 Page 8

The Microscopy of Rayon by Grier, W. D.Issue 18 Page 13

The Mounting of Freshwater Algae by Bause, C. F.Issue 20 Page 20

The Nanoplankton of Ponds by Williams, E. G.Issue 33 Page 14

The Non Siliceous Basis of Diatom Structure by Roberts, E.W.Issue 33 Page 12

The Oedogoniales (I) by Harris, G. T.Issue 31 Page 14

The Oedogoniales (II) by Harris, G. T.Issue 32 Page 8

The Oedogoniales (III) by Harris, G. T.Issue 33 Page 8

The One-sixth Objective by Brown, N. E.Issue 19 Page 15

The Pedicel of Agapanthus, note by Nelson, E. M.Issue 34 Page 20

The Preparation and Mounting of Hepatics, Mycetozoa, etc. by Cole, M. J.Issue 8 Page 6

The Preparation of Metals for Microscopic Examination by Cartwright, W.Issue 13 Page 14

The Preparation of Microscope Slides from Freshwater Micro-fauna (I) - Narcotisation and Fixation by Gray, PeterIssue 35 Page 3

The Preparation of Microscope Slides from Freshwater Micro-fauna (II) - The Process of Mounting in Fluid, Gum or Gelatine Media by Gray, PeterIssue 36 Page 10

The Preparation of Microscope Slides from Freshwater Micro-fauna (III) - Mounting in Resinous Media by Gray, PeterIssue 37 Page 8

The Preparation of Micro-sections of Rocks by Weatherhead, A. V.Issue 43 Page 3

The Preparation of Slides for Storing by Spence, D. S.Issue 35 Page 18

The Preservation of Aquatic Larvae by F, J.H.Issue 9 Page 26

The Resolution of Microscopic Objects (I) by Nelson, E. M.Issue 34 Page 18

The Resolution of Microscopic Objects (II) by Nelson, E. M.Issue 35 Page 8

The Resolution of Microscopic Objects (III) by Nelson, E. M.Issue 36 Page 16

The Romance of Pond Hunting (I) by Hurrell, H. E.Issue 18 Page 22

The Romance of Pond Hunting (II) by Hurrell, H. E.Issue 19 Page 22

The Rotifers of Bogs and Boggy Ponds by Bryce, D. L.Issue 18 Page 8

The Scientific Use of the High Power Microscope in Cytology by Belling, J.Issue 17 Page 26

The Simple Microscope by The EditorIssue 44 Page 13

The Star Test for Microscope Objectives by Cole, A. C.Issue 7 Page 16

The Structure of Diatoms (I) by Brown, N. E.Issue 27 Page 12

The Structure of Diatoms (II) by Brown, N. E.Issue 28 Page 10

The Substage Condenser and its Cone by Marshall, C. R.Issue 8 Page 2

Thoughts on Microscope Construction by Coper, A.Issue 9 Page 21

Three Diatoms from Yorkshire by Fuge, D. P.Issue 23 Page 8

Transparent Preparations Without Preliminary Dehydration by MacConaill, M. A.Issue 42 Page 3

Triceratium by Dingley P. FugeIssue 26 Page 13

Triceratium by Fuge, D. P.Issue 26 Page 13

Tube Length and Collar Corrections, QueryIssue 14 Page 30

Tube Length, The Adjustment of Lamp Distance and, by D.S. SpenceIssue 34 Page 10

Twelfth Focussing, NoteIssue 25 Page 23

Two new Kittoneas, a Diatom Note by Fuge, D. P.Issue 38 Page 3

Ultra-Violet Light and Dark Ground IlluminationIssue 6 Page 9

Unusual Diatom Forms by Fuge, D. P.Issue 20 Page 8

Uranium Glass by F.J. BrisleeIssue 8 Page 11

Uranium Glass in Microscopy by Brislee, F. J.Issue 8 Page 11

Use of the Microscope in the Paper Industry by Wycherley, S. R.Issue 13 Page 20

Use of the Vertical Illuminator with Mounted Objects by McClure, A. E.Issue 39 Page 3

Vernier, The (I)Issue 5 Page 7

Vernier, The (II)Issue 6 Page 24

Vertical Illuminator, Use of, With Mounted Objects by A.E. McClureIssue 39 Page 3

Viruses and the Limits of Visibility by A.C. ColesIssue 19 Page 12

Volvox, Note on Mounting by T. StephanidesIssue 29 Page 22

Water Moulds (I) by Cook, W. R. I.Issue 28 Page 3

Water Moulds (I) by W.R. Ivimey CookIssue 28 Page 3

Water Moulds (II) by Cook, W. R. I.Issue 29 Page 12

Water Moulds (II) by W.R. Ivimey CookIssue 29 Page 12

Wenham Binocular, A Note upon by C. PalmerIssue 12 Page 23

Which Eyepiece Shall I Use? by The EditorIssue 41 Page 24

Wood Fibre, of Black Poplar, Cellulose in by D.P. FugeIssue 3 Page 18

Woody Material, Microscopical Examination of (I) by F.W. JaneIssue 27 Page 3

Woody Material, Microscopical Examination of (II) by F.W. JaneIssue 29 Page 8

Woody Material, Microscopical Examination of (III) by F.W. JaneIssue 30 Page 8

Yellow Slides, Cause, Remounting, Note by M.J. ColeIssue 12 Page 31

Zoological Preparations, Notes on by H. SandonIssue 40 Page 16

Zooological Cultures (I) Amoeba and Paramecium by R. J. FantIssue 40 Page 3

Zooological Cultures (II) Euglena by R. J. FantIssue 41 Page 14