AUTHOR | TITLE | PAGE | Issue | Category |

C.W.Adams | Stability of cube floating in liquid | p. 388 | Dec 1908 | MNote 285 |

V.Ramaswami Aiyar | Extension of Euclid I.47 to -sided regular polygons | p. 109 | June 1897 | MNote 41 |

V.Ramaswami Aiyar | On a fundamental theorem in inversion | p. 88 | Oct 1904 | MNote 153 |

V.Ramaswami Aiyar | On a fundamental theorem in inversion | Jan 1906 | MNote 183 | |

V.Ramaswami Aiyar | Note on a point in the demonstration of the binomial theorem | p. 276 | Jan 1906 | MNote 185 |

V.Ramaswami Aiyar | Note on the power inequality | p. 321 | May 1906 | MNote 192 |

V.Ramaswami Aiyar | On the exponential inequalities and the exponential function | p. 8 | Jan 1907 | Article |

V.Ramaswami Aiyar | The A, B, C of the higher analysis | p. 79 | May 1907 | Article |

V.Ramaswami Aiyar | On Stolz and Gmeiner's proof of the sine and cosine series | p. 282 | June 1908 | MNote 259 |

V.Ramaswami Aiyar | A geometrical proof of Feuerbach's theorem | p. 310 | July 1908 | MNote 264 |

A.O.Allen | On the adjustment of Kater's pendulum | p. 307 | May 1906 | Article |

A.O.Allen | Notes on the theory of the reversible pendulum | p. 394 | Dec 1906 | Article |

Anonymous | Proof of a well-known theorem in geometry | p. 64 | Oct 1896 | MNote 30 |

Anonymous | Notes connected with the analytical geometry of the straight line | p. 158 | Feb 1898 | MNote 49 |

Anonymous | Method of reducing central conics | p. 225 | Dec 1902 | MNote 110B (note) |

Anonymous | On a fundamental theorem in inversion | p. 88 | Oct 1904 | MNote 153 |

Anonymous | Cubic equations | p. 260 | Dec 1905 | MNote 179 |

Anonymous | Re: the foci of an inscribed conic | p. 406 | Dec 1906 | MNote 217 |

Anonymous ("W.E.H.") | On Note 249, p 167 | p. 231 | Jan 1908 - Part II | MNote 253 |

Walter Baily | On models of space-filling solids | p. 297 | July 1908 | Article |

R.S.Ball | On a geometrico-statical theorem | p. 25 | Mar 1901 | Article |

E.N.Barisien | On the circles touching three given tangential circles | p. 278 | Feb 1899 | MNote 73 |

F.R.Barrell | The slide rule | p. 83 | Oct 1901 | Article |

H.Bateman | Note on a Chinese theorem | p. 129 | Oct 1907 | MNote 246 |

G.N.Bates | Tripolar coordinates | p. 183 | July 1902 | Article |

W.F.Beard | To prove that the 9-point circle touches the in- and ex-circles of a triangle | p. 362 | Dec 1903 | MNote 138 |

W.H.Besant | Method of obtaining the integral solutions of the indeterminate equation | p. 130 | Oct 1897 | MNote 46 |

H.B.Billups | On the connection between the inscribed and escribed circles of a triangle | p. 177 | June 1898 | Article |

G.P.Blake | Supposing to be defined by the property to prove | p. 315 | July 1908 | MNote 267 |

W.H.Blythe | To prove by Pascal's theorem that the straight lines meeting three non-intersecting straight lines generate a conicoid | p. 106 | Dec 1904 | MNote 156 |

W.G.Borchardt | Decimals | p. 384 | Dec 1908 | Article |

A.A.Bourne | Note on Euclid I.32. Corollary | p. 318 | July 1908 | MNote 273 |

A.L.Bowley | Change of K.E. due to mutual action of two particles and loss of K.E. by collision | p. 327 | Oct 1908 | MNote 275 |

J.Brill | Note on the solution of cubic and biquadratic equations | p. 3 | Jan 1901 | Article |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | Example of trigonometric porisms | p. 331 | Mar 1900 | Article |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | In connection with problem no.372 (Vol 1, p371) | p. 393 | Oct 1900 | MNote 84 |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | Solution of problem 372 and notes suggested thereby | p. 9 | Jan 1901 | MNote 92 |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | Notes on conics in areals | p. 175 | May 1902 | Article |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | A suggested rearrangement of the bookwork on some elementary series | p. 85 | Oct 1904 | Article |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | The third approximation to the nth root of a number | p. 275 | Jan 1906 | MNote 184 |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | The discussion of certain power series | p. 305 | May 1906 | Article |

G.H.Bryan | On the C.G. of a circular arc | p. 33 | Feb 1895 | MNote 14 |

G.H.Bryan | Annuities treated without progressions | p. 8 | Apr 1896 | Article |

G.H.Bryan | The teaching of arithmetic | p. 260 | Mar 1903 | MNote 120 |

G.H.Bryan | Note on the teaching of "Solution of triangles" in trigonometry | p. 288 | May 1903 | MNote 126 |

G.H.Bryan | To reach the calculus as early as possible | p. 351 | Dec 1903 | Article |

G.H.Bryan | Napier's rule of circular parts | p. 61 | July 1904 | MNote 150 |

G.H.Bryan | Note on the "Method of the Average Mean" as applied to rates of increase | p. 97 | Dec 1904 | Article |

G.H.Bryan | Graphic construction for the central axis of two non-intersecting forces | p. 109 | Dec 1904 | MNote 161 |

G.H.Bryan | Proof of Taylor's theorem | p. 278 | Jan 1906 | MNote 188 |

G.H.Bryan | Illegitimate differentiation | p. 340 | July 1906 | Article |

G.H.Bryan | Graphs - an absurdity in the regulations | p. 380 | Oct 1906 | MNote 207 |

G.H.Bryan | An "impossible bicycle" | p. 380 | Oct 1906 | MNote 208 |

G.H.Bryan | The neglected British teacher | p. 28 | Mar 1907 | Article |

G.H.Bryan | The future of the Mathematical Association | p. 74 | May 1907 | Article |

G.H.Bryan | Integration of | p. 129 | Oct 1907 | MNote 247 |

G.H.Bryan | The solution of the "Christmas cake" problem | p. 130 | Oct 1907 | MNote 248 |

W.E.Bryan | On some early propositions of statics | p. 386 | Dec 1908 | Article |

E.Budden | On involution ranges | p. 86 | Feb 1897 | MNote 36 |

E.Budden | General proof of the pole and polar property of the circle | p. 86 | Feb 1897 | MNote 37 |

E.Budden | A conic can be drawn through any five points | p. 145 | Feb 1898 | Article |

E.Budden | Prof. Hill's Euclid V and VI, definition of ratios and incommensurable | p. 10 | Jan 1901 | MNote 93 |

E.Budden | Elementary geometry with mensuration | p. 167 | Mar 1905 | Letter |

E.Budden | Construction of a regular pentagon | p. 381 | Oct 1906 | MNote 210 |

E.Budden | Shortened method of multiplication, etc. | p. 382 | Oct 1906 | MNote 211 |

E.Budden | General theory of irrational number; integration of | p. 276 | June 1908 | Article |

G St L.Carson | The discussion of certain power-series | p. 345 | July 1906 | Article |

G.St L.Carson | Elementary illustration of the properties of infinite series | p. 351 | July 1906 | MNote 204 |

E.E.Chambers | On decimalisation of money | p. 36 | May 1904 | MNote 147 |

R.W.Chapman | On the circles of similitude relating to the in- and ex-circles of a triangle | p. 97 | Oct 1901 | MNote 102 |

R.Chartres | On the maximum quadrilateral of given sides | p. 362 | Dec 1903 | MNote 136 |

R.Chartres | Philo's line | p. 362 | Dec 1903 | MNote 137 |

J.M.Child | The need of a sequence in geometry | p. 80 | May 1907 | Article |

J.M.Child | Solution to problem 581 | p. 167 | Dec 1907 | MNote 250 |

Frank Clarke | Contracted multiplication | p. 99 | July 1907 | Article |

Norman J.Clugnell | On the graphical solution of equations | p. 232 | Mar 1908 | MNote 257 |

F.J.O.Coddington | An apparatus for teaching long multiplication | p. 278 | Jan 1906 | MNote 190 |

Lt-Col.Allan Cunningham | Numbers, , for which , , etc. have the same number of figures in scale of radix | p. 209 | Jan 1908 - Part II | MNote 249 |

Lt-Col.Allan Cunningham | On binal fractions | p. 259 | May 1908 | Article |

A.E.Daniels | The mid-points of the three diagonals of a complete quadrilateral are collinear | p. 160 | Feb 1898 | MNote 51 |

A.E.Daniels | The locus of the centres of conics inscribed in a given quadrilateral is the straight line joining the mid-points of the diagonals | p. 161 | Feb 1898 | MNote 52 |

G.Darboux | The development of geometrical methods - Part 1 | p. 100 | Dec 1904 | Article |

G.Darboux | The development of geometrical methods - Part 2 | p. 121 | Jan 1905 | Article |

G.Darboux | The development of geometrical methods - Part 3 | p. 157 | Mar 1905 | Article |

G.Darboux | The development of geometrical methods - Part 4 | p. 169 | May 1905 | Article |

G.Darboux | Remarque minuscule | p. 176 | May 1905 | MNote 167 |

R.F.Davis | Proofs of two formulae in spherical trigonometry | p. 40 | July 1896 | MNote 28 |

R.F.Davis | Note on the parabola through four concyclic points | p. 213 | Oct 1898 | MNote 66 |

R.F.Davis | Porismatic equations | p. 252 | June 1899 | Article |

R.F.Davis | Geometrical proof of a statical theorem | p. 257 | June 1899 | MNote 71 |

R.F.Davis | Porismatic equations (continued) | p. 273 | Oct 1899 | Article |

R.F.Davis | Note on the trilinear coordinates of the focoids | p. 336 | Mar 1900 | MNote 79 |

R.F.Davis | On the cylindroid | p. 370 | July 1900 | MNote 80 |

R.F.Davis | Elementary note on the parabola | p. 371 | July 1900 | MNote 82 |

R.F.Davis | The equality of internal bisectors | p. 412 | Dec 1900 | MNote 89 |

R.F.Davis | Two illustrations of elimination | p. 1 | Jan 1901 | Article |

R.F.Davis | Trilinear equation of a circle of curvature | p. 72 | July 1901 | MNote 97 |

R.F.Davis | Condition for rectangular hyperbola in trilinears | p. 72 | July 1901 | MNote 98 |

R.F.Davis | To find the foci of the conic inscribed in the triangle of reference | p. 97 | Oct 1901 | MNote 101 |

R.F.Davis | On the construction of a triangle given mutual ratios of cosines of angles | p. 159 | Mar 1902 | MNote 104 |

R.F.Davis | A property of the rectangular hyperbola | p. 102 | July 1902 | MNote 113 |

R.F.Davis | Trilinear notes | p. 224 | Dec 1902 | MNote 109B (note) |

R.F.Davis | Note on the parabola | p. 262 | Mar 1903 | MNote 123 |

R.F.Davis | Geometrical note on the parabola | p. 361 | Dec 1903 | MNote 134 |

R.F.Davis | Geometrical note on inversion | p. 383 | Jan 1904 | MNote 139 |

R.F.Davis | Note on successive inversion | p. 61 | July 1904 | MNote 151 |

R.F.Davis | On the equation to the axes of the general conic | p. 108 | Dec 1904 | MNote 160 |

R.F.Davis | Mr Trachtenberg's cubic | p. 406 | Dec 1906 | MNote 216 |

R.F.Davis | A proof required to show that the polar circle of a triangle cuts orthogonally the director circle of any inscribed conic | p. 406 | Dec 1906 | MNote 218 |

R.F.Davis | On a certain double envelope | p. 21 | Jan 1907 | MNote 234 |

R.F.Davis | Geometrical illustration of Pascal's theorem | p. 83 | May 1907 | MNote 238 |

R.F.Davis | The limits of the positive roots of | p. 109 | July 1907 | MNote 241 |

R.F.Davis | The intersection of an in-conic and polar circle | p. 311 | July 1908 | MNote 265 |

R.F.Davis | Geometrical proof that the polar circle of a triangle is orthogonal to the director circle of the inscribed circle | p. 317 | July 1908 | MNote 272 |

R.F.Davis | On certain algebraical factors | p. 327 | Oct 1908 | MNote 276 |

A.C.Dixon | The polygons of Poncelet and Weill's theorem | p. 121 | Oct 1897 | Article |

A.C.Dixon | On the expression of as an infinite product | p. 130 | Oct 1897 | MNote 48 |

A.C.Dixon | On the circular measure of angles | p. 188 | June 1898 | MNote 59 |

A.C.Dixon | Note on the formula | p. 189 | June 1898 | MNote 60 |

A.C.Dixon | Note on the logarithmic series | p. 111 | Dec 1901 | MNote 103 |

A.C.Dixon | On the permutability of independent differentiations | p. 159 | Mar 1902 | MNote 106 |

A.C.Dixon | Geometry in Flatland | p. 241 | Jan 1903 | Article |

A.C.Dixon | Morley's problem | p. 15 | Dec 1907 | MNote 226 |

A.C.Dixon | The conic through five given points | p. 228 | Mar 1908 | Article |

A.C.Dixon | The polar circle of a triangle is cut orthogonally by the director circle of any inscribed conic | p. 317 | July 1908 | MNote 271 |

Edward T.Dixon | On the proof of the formula | p. 81 | Feb 1897 | MNote 32 |

F.W.Dobbs | Changing metres to feet (c.f. Trachtenberg, MNote 195, May 1906, p 324) | p. 381 | Oct 1906 | MNote 209 |

W.J.Dobbs | A chapter in elementary dynamics | p. 201 | Oct 1898 | Article |

C.V.Durell and W.F.Beard | A geometrical method of trisecting any angle with the aid of a rectangular hyperbola | p. 232 | Feb 1899 | MNote 70 |

P.N.Dutt | Some properties of the conic treated by other methods | p. 210 | Jan 1908 - Part II | MNote 251 |

P.N.Dutt | A case of double contact | p. 211 | Jan 1908 - Part II | MNote 252 |

J.M.Dyer | If one focus of a conic inscribed in a triangle lies on the line joining the circum- and ortho-centres, the locus of the other focus will be an equilateral hyperbola circumscribing the triangle and passing through its circumcentre | p. 413 | Dec 1900 | MNote 91 |

Editor | M.Paul Tannery | p. 168 | Mar 1905 | Obituary |

C.Elliott | Models of functions | p. 323 | Oct 1908 | Article |

E.B.Elliott | A set of criteria for convergency or divergency of series of positive terms | p. 32 | May 1904 | MNote 143 |

E.B.Elliott | The criterion as to a sequence tending to a limit (see p 327 of May 1906) | p. 236 | Oct 1905 | MNote 174 |

E.B.Elliott | Reply to Mr Jourdain (MNote 201, may 1906, p 327) | p. 349 | July 1906 | MNote 202 |

J.Elliott | On the general proof of the rule for finding the product of two algebraic expressions | p. 187 | June 1898 | MNote 58 |

H.D.Ellis | Rev. George Richardson | p. 25 | May 1904 | Obituary |

Arnold Emch | Some applications of the theory of assemblages | p. 173 | May 1902 | Article |

Frances Epps | A first practical training in arithmetic | p. 77 | May 1907 | Article |

W.D.Evans | The principles of dynamics | p. 93 | May 1907 | Letter |

W.D.Evans | The line at infinity | p. 93 | May 1907 | Letter |

E.Fenwick | Some trigonometric inequalities | p. 107 | June 1897 | MNote 39 |

W.Gallatly | On another proof of (Euclid) XI.4 | p. 33 | Feb 1895 | MNote 15 |

W.Gallatly | On the hyperbolic functions | p. 40 | May 1895 | MNote 18 |

W.Gallatly | The equiangular spiral | p. 159 | Mar 1902 | MNote 105 |

W.Gallatly | Notes on the nine-point circle | p. 122 | Oct 1907 | MNote 243 |

W.Gallatly | Getting more than usual out of a quadrilateral | p. 231 | Mar 1908 | MNote 255 |

T.J.Garstang | The history of maths in teaching | p. 406 | Dec 1906 | MNote 219 |

R.W.Genese | On an extension of (Euclid) VI.3 | p. 20 | Dec 1894 | MNote 1 |

R.W.Genese | A theorem connected with homography | p. 20 | Dec 1894 | MNote 2 |

R.W.Genese | On a construction in the Aperçu Historique
| p. 31 | Feb 1895 | MNote 9 |

R.W.Genese | Note on division | p. 82 | Feb 1897 | MNote 33 |

R.W.Genese | On the equations to chords and tangents of algebraic curves | p. 110 | June 1897 | MNote 42 |

R.W.Genese | Note on section VI of Prof. Tanner's article on "A class of algebraic functions" | p. 184 | June 1898 | MNote 54 |

R.W.Genese | Note on a statement in Salmon's Conics
| p. 319 | Feb 1900 | MNote 76 |

R.W.Genese | On the teaching of indices and surds | p. 339 | May 1900 | Article |

R.W.Genese | The Remarque minuscule
| p. 278 | Jan 1906 | MNote 189 |

R.W.Genese | Method for obtaining the two integrals () together | p. 322 | May 1906 | MNote 193 |

H.T.Gerrans | Asymptotes in polar coordinates | p. 279 | Oct 1899 | MNote 74 |

Charles Godfrey | Collection of suggestions for the future development of the Gazette
| p, 320 | May 1906 | MNote 191 |

C.Godfrey | Is there need of a recognized sequence in geometry? | p. 100 | July 1907 | Article |

C.Godfrey | The teaching of mathematics in English public schools for boys | p. 250 | May 1908 | Article |

A.S.Grant | On the multiplication and division of decimals | p. 321 | Oct 1908 | Article |

W.J.Greenstreet | Herbart's view of the place of mathematics in education | p. 9 | July 1894 | Article |

W.J.Greenstreet | The in-centre is the point for which is a minimum in each of two cases | p. 161 | Feb 1898 | MNote 53 |

W.J.Greenstreet | Note on the Simson line | p. 185 | June 1898 | MNote 56 |

W.J.Greenstreet | Criteria of divisibility | p. 186 | June 1898 | MNote 57 |

W.J.Greenstreet | Japanese mathematics | p. 268 | Jan 1906 | Article |

W.J.Greenstreet | The continuum | p. 278 | Jan 1906 | MNote 187 |

G.W.Greenwood | The teaching of geometry | p. 93 | May 1907 | Letter |

Capt. Rodolphe Guimaraes | On the equation of a certain spiral | p. 328 | Oct 1908 | MNote 277 |

George Bruce Halsted | Cajori's history of mathematics | p. 19 | Dec 1894 | Article |

George Bruce Halsted | The constructions in Halsted's Rational Geometry
| p. 161 | Mar 1905 | MNote 164 |

George Bruce Halsted | The pseudo-definition of the straight line | p. 291 | Mar 1906 | Article |

J.G.Hamilton | The teaching of geometry | p. 33 | Mar 1907 | Article |

Percy J.Harding | On (i) division into classes and (ii) homo-geneous products | p. 59 | Oct 1895 | MNote 23 |

Percy J.Harding | Note on Taylor's theorem | p. 332 | Oct 1908 | MNote 281 |

G.H.Hardy | Some notes on certain theorems in higher trigonometry | p. 284 | Mar 1906 | Article |

G.H.Hardy | Higher trigonometry | p. 13 | Jan 1907 | MNote 223 |

G.H.Hardy | A curious imaginary curve | p. 14 | Jan 1907 | MNote 224 |

G.H.Hardy | The line at infinity, etc | p. 14 | Jan 1907 | MNote 225 |

W.E.Hartley | A spherical trig identity | p. 413 | Dec 1900 | MNote 90 |

R.B.Hayward | On some semi-regular solids | p. 73 | Feb 1897 | Article |

R.B.Hayward | Two proofs of "The equal bisectors theorem" | p. 74 | July 1901 | MNote 100 |

Robert B.Hayward | On the "Two minor complaints" of C.S.Jackson (MNote 108) | p. 201 | Oct 1902 | MNote 114B (Note) |

Percy J.Heawood | On pairs of imaginary roots | p. 31 | Feb 1895 | MNote 10 |

Percy J.Heawood | On "a solution" in (Math. Gaz.) No. 2 | p. 31 | Feb 1895 | MNote 11 |

Percy J.Heawood | On the theorem ad quatuor lineas
| p. 33 | Feb 1895 | MNote 17 |

P.J.Heawood | Spherical trigonometry | p. 97 | June 1897 | Article |

P.J.Heawood | On the quadrilaterals connected with four coplanar forces in equilibrium | p. 319 | Feb 1900 | MNote 75 |

Percy J.Heawood | On the fundamental proposition connected with the vanishing of a determinant | p. 344 | May 1900 | MNote 80 |

Percy J.Heawood | On note 75, p 319 | p. 371 | July 1900 | MNote 81 |

Percy J.Heawood | General theory of verniers | p. 221 | Dec 1902 | Article |

Percy J.Heawood | General theory of verniers (continued) | p. 237 | Jan 1903 | Article |

Percy J.Heawood | Passage of light through a sphere (raindrop) | p. 350 | July 1906 | MNote 203 |

Percy J.Heawood | Linkage problems | p. 108 | July 1907 | MNote 240 |

W.O.Hemming | On decimalisation of money | p. 383 | Jan 1904 | MNote 140 |

W.O.Hemming | A graphical solution of the typical quadratic equation | p. 36 | May 1904 | MNote 148 |

G.Heppel | Mathematical worthies I | p. 11 | July 1894 | Article |

G.Heppel | On the fundamental equations in spherical trigonometry | p. 20 | Dec 1894 | MNote 3 |

G.Heppel | Algebra in schools | p. 25 | Feb 1895 | Article |

G.Heppel | Mathematical worthies II | p. 40 | May 1895 | Article |

G.Heppel | Proof that the medians and perpendiculars of a spherical triangle are concurrent | p. 40 | July 1896 | MNote 29 |

J.H.Herschkowitz | To find the average KE of a harmonically vibrating particle during a complete period | p. 108 | June 1897 | MNote 40 |

Prof. M.J.M.Hill | Re: Prof. Hill's book on Euclid V and VI | p. 30 | Mar 1901 | Letter |

M.J.M.Hill | The report of the committee and incommensurables | p. 253 | Mar 1903 | Article |

Harold Hilton | Some simple problems in astronomy | p. 384 | Jan 1904 | MNote 141 |

Harold Hilton | To find the relation between two maps of the same contour on the stereographic projection | p. 33 | May 1904 | MNote 144 |

Harold Hilton | Proofs of theorems in geometrical conics | p. 34 | May 1904 | MNote 144 |

Harold Hilton | Continued inversion by coaxal circles | p. 88 | Oct 1904 | MNote 154 |

Harold Hilton | To find the relation between two maps of the same contour on the gnomonic projection | p. 107 | Dec 1904 | MNote 157 |

Harold Hilton | On a theorem in inversion | p. 107 | Dec 1904 | MNote 158 |

Harold Hilton | A note on the gnomonic projection | p. 108 | Dec 1904 | MNote 159 |

Harold Hilton | A geometrical construction | p. 176 | May 1905 | MNote 168 |

Harold Hilton | Proofs of Euler's theorem, etc | p. 262 | Dec 1905 | MNote 182 |

J.H.Hooker | Some old text-books | p. 29 | Feb 1895 | Article |

J.H.Hooker | On some trigonometrical identities (ii) | p. 58 | Oct 1895 | MNote 21 |

J.H.Hooker | Wingate's "Arithmetick" | p. 35 | July 1896 | Article |

J.H.Hooker | Geometrical proof for , | p. 393 | Oct 1900 | MNote 85 |

J.F.Hudson | Note on Question 309 | p. 320 | Feb 1900 | MNote 77 |

R.W.H.T.Hudson | An elementary introduction to the infinitesimal geometry of surfaces | p. 279 | May 1903 | Article |

R.W.H.T.Hudson | The use of tangential coordinates | p. 354 | Dec 1903 | Article |

R.W.H.T.Hudson | Univocal curves and algebraic curves on a quadric surface | p. 56 | July 1904 | Article |

W.H.H.Hudson | Note on the convergency of the geometric series | p. 60 | May 1901 | MNote 96 |

W.H.H.Hudson | An approximate construction for the trisection of an angle | p. 177 | May 1905 | MNote 169 |

W.H.H.Hudson | Short solution of an unspecified problem | p. 408 | Dec 1906 | MNote 221 |

W.H.H.Hudson | Another short solution of another unspecified problem | p. 408 | Dec 1906 | MNote 222 |

W.H.H.Hudson | Graphical solution of a biquadratic | p. 22 | Jan 1907 | MNote 235 |

W.H.H.Hudson | On note 235 | p. 316 | July 1908 | MNote 269 |

W.H.H.Hudson | On the intersections of the limaçon and quatrefoil used in the graphical solution of a biquadratic | p. 316 | July 1908 | MNote 270 |

C.S.Jackson | Two minor complaints | p. 188 | July 1902 | MNote 108 |

C.S.Jackson | The fundamental formulae of spherical trigonometry | p. 261 | Mar 1903 | MNote 122 |

C.S.Jackson | The slide rule and its use in teaching logarithms | p. 330 | Oct 1903 | Article |

C.S.Jackson | A paradox | p. 360 | Dec 1903 | MNote 131 |

C.S.Jackson | A contrivance for shewing bending moment diagrams | p. 360 | Dec 1903 | MNote 132 |

C.S.Jackson | The teaching of mathematics and physics | p. 75 | Oct 1904 | Article |

C.S.Jackson | Extract from an old pamphlet on the slide rule | p. 137 | Jan 1905 | MNote 162 |

C.S.Jackson | A glimpse of the obvious | p. 176 | May 1905 | MNote 166 |

C.S.Jackson | Negative quantities (a very elementary note) | p. 211 | July 1905 | MNote 170 |

C.S.Jackson | The normal law of error | p. 241 | Dec 1905 | Article |

C.S.Jackson | Indeterminate forms | p. 277 | Jan 1906 | MNote 186 |

C.S.Jackson | A mechanical construction of curves representing the movement of a pendulum | p. 15 | Jan 1907 | MNote 228 |

C.S.Jackson | "Approximately equal to" | p. 231 | Mar 1908 | MNote 254 |

C.S.Jackson | The elementary arithmetic of the theory of numbers | p. 241 | May 1908 | Article |

Morgan Jenkins | Proof of Horner's method of approximation to a numerical root of an equation by the properties of algebraical quotients and remainders | p. 55 | Oct 1895 | Article |

W.J.Johnston | Proof of the formula | p. 393 | Oct 1900 | MNote 86 |

Philip E.B.Jourdain | On Gauss' principle of least constraint and the equations of mechanics | p. 337 | Oct 1903 | MNote 128 |

Philip E.B.Jourdain | Prof. Elliott's note 174, Oct 1905, p 236 seems fallacious (see July 1906, p 349) | p. 327 | May 1906 | MNote 201 |

Philip E.B.Jourdain | Response to Prof. Elliott's reply | p. 380 | Oct 1906 | MNote 206 |

Philip E.B.Jourdain | Correction of a statement made in a review | p. 15 | Jan 1907 | MNote 227 |

Philip E.B.Jourdain | The introduction of irrational numbers | p. 201 | Jan 1908 - Part II | Article |

Philip E.B.Jourdain | The study of mathematics | p. 306 | July 1908 | Article |

Knox A. D. (Pupil at Eton College) | To find the distance between two points ¼ in trilinear coordinates | p. 189 | July 1902 | MNote 110A (Note) |

E.M.Langley | The eccentric circle of Boscovich | p. 1 | Apr 1894 | Article |

E.M.Langley | The eccentric circle of Boscovich (continued) | p. 17 | Dec 1894 | Article |

E.M.Langley | On the centroid of a trapezoid | p. 21 | Dec 1894 | MNote 5 |

E.M.Langley | On the graphic solution of quadratics | p. 32 | Feb 1895 | MNote 13 |

E.M.Langley | On the "circle of Apollonius" | p. 41 | May 1895 | MNote 19 |

E.M.Langley | On some trigonometrical identities (i) | p. 57 | Oct 1895 | MNote 21 |

E.M.Langley | Proof of the theorem that the sum of the moments of two forces which intersect is equal to the moment of their resultant | p. 83 | Feb 1897 | MNote 34 |

E.M.Langley | To simplify expressions of the form + (two similar terms) | p. 129 | Oct 1897 | MNote 45 |

E.M.Langley | On the cumulative vote as exercised in school board elections | p. 160 | Feb 1898 | MNote 50 |

E.M.Langley | Some curiosities in division | p. 205 | Oct 1898 | Article |

E.M.Langley | Some curiosities in division (continued) | p. 275 | Oct 1899 | Article |

E.M.Langley | Demonstrations of Euclid XIII.10 | p. 320 | Feb 1900 | MNote 78 |

Edward M.Langley, Charles Godfrey and A.W.Siddons | The teaching of mathematics | p. 105 | Dec 1901 | Article |

E.M.Langley | Projections of diagrams | p. 258 | Dec 1905 | MNote 177 |

E.M.Langley | An interesting find | p. 97 | July 1907 | Article |

E.M.Langley | Perspective through the stereoscope: Part 1 | p. 115 | Oct 1907 | Article |

E.M.Langley | Perspective through the stereoscope: Part 2 | p. 159 | Dec 1907 | Article |

W.Larden | The principles of dynamics - Part 1 | p. 385 | Dec 1906 | Article |

W.Larden | The principles of dynamics - Part 2 | p. 1 | Jan 1907 | Article |

J.Larmor | On the geometrical method | p. 1 | Apr 1896 | Article |

W.H.Laverty | Addition series | p. 287 | May 1903 | MNote 124 |

J.G.Leathem | Note on the addition formulae of trigonometry | p. 81 | Oct 1904 | Article |

S. de J.Lenfestey | Two approximate geometrical constructions for inscribing a nonagon in a circle | p. 330 | Oct 1908 | MNote 279 |

A.Lodge | On approximations and reductions | p. 4 | Apr 1894 | Article |

A.Lodge | On approximations and reductions (continued) | p. 21 | Dec 1894 | Article |

A.Lodge | On the compound pendulum | p. 30 | Feb 1895 | MNote 7 |

A.Lodge | On the proof of the method for G.C.M. | p. 32 | Feb 1895 | MNote 12 |

Alfred Lodge | On Simpson's rule | p. 58 | Oct 1895 | MNote 22 |

Prof. A.Lodge | Elementary proof that the volume of a pyramid or cone is base × height by assuming the properties of similar figures | p. 64 | Oct 1896 | MNote 31 |

A.Lodge | Circles are drawn through two fixed points. Trace the path of a point which cuts them all at the same angle | p. 213 | Oct 1898 | MNote 67 |

A.Lodge | On the representation of imaginary points by real points on a plane | p. 277 | May 1903 | Article |

A.Lodge | On the representation of imaginary points by real points on a plane (continued) | p. 373 | Jan 1904 | Article |

Alfred Lodge | Contracted methods | p. 17 | Jan 1907 | MNote 229 |

A.Lodge | On Taylor's theorem | p. 390 | Dec 1908 | MNote 287 |

A.Lodge | Velocity of approach and separation | p. 390 | Dec 1908 | MNote 288 |

Prof. Loney | On Dr.Bryan's paper (No.7, p 8): Annuities treated without progressions
| p. 38 | July 1896 | MNote 24 |

F.S.Macaulay | On a property of two triangles and its extension to quadrilaterals | p. 127 | Oct 1897 | MNote 44 |

F.S.Macaulay | The conic determined by five given points | p. 12 | Apr 1896 | Article |

F.S.Macaulay | John Bolyai's "Science absolute of space" Part I | p. 25 | July 1896 | Article |

F.S.Macaulay | The initial convergent of any continued fraction may be taken as | p. 39 | July 1896 | MNote 27 |

F.S.Macaulay | John Bolyai's "Science absolute of space" Part II | p. 49 | Oct 1896 | Article |

F.S.Macaulay | Cayley's theory of the absolute | p. 155 | Feb 1898 | Article |

F.S.Macaulay | Properties of a system of triangles circumscribed to a parabola and conic | p. 211 | Oct 1898 | MNote 64 |

F.S.Macaulay | Projective geometry | p. 1 | Mar 1904 | Article |

F.S.Macaulay | Note on some inequalities connected with the expressions , where are three positive quantities in order of magnitude | p. 60 | July 1904 | MNote 149 |

F.S.Macaulay | R.W.H.T.Hudson | p. 73 | Oct 1904 | Obituary |

F.S.Macaulay | On the axioms and postulates employed in the elementary plane constructions | p. 78 | Oct 1904 | Article |

F.S.Macaulay | On a problem in mechanics and the number of its solutions | p. 365 | Oct 1906 | Article |

W.H.Macaulay | The laws of dynamics and their treatment in text-books | p. 379 | Oct 1900 | Article |

W.H.Macaulay | The laws of dynamics and their treatment in text-books (continued) | p. 399 | Dec 1900 | Article |

J.S.Mackay | The Greek geometers before Euclid | p. 3 | Apr 1894 | Article |

J.S.Mackay | The Greek geometers before Euclid (continued) | p. 19 | Dec 1894 | Article |

J.S.Mackay | On a proof of (Euclid) XI.4 | p. 21 | Dec 1894 | MNote 6 |

J.S.Mackay | Greek geometers before Euclid (continued) | p. 56 | Oct 1895 | Article |

J.S.Mackay and R.F.Muirhead | Note on Mr Billups' article in June 1898, p 177 | p. 209 | Oct 1898 | MNote 62 |

Camillo Manzitti | The division of the circle | p. 377 | Dec 1908 | Article |

G.A.Miller | Some useful groups in the teaching of elementary trigonometry | p. 353 | Oct 1906 | Article |

G.A.Miller | Note on the groups of subtraction and division and on the hyperbolic functions | p. 381 | Dec 1908 | Article |

J.J.Milne | Geometrical determination of in the trilinear relationship | p. 21 | Dec 1894 | MNote 4 |

J.J.Milne | On the harmonic polar of a conic | p. 31 | Feb 1895 | MNote 8 |

John J.Milne | The conics of Apollonius | p. 49 | Oct 1895 | Article |

John J.Milne | Pascal's theorem | p. 284 | June 1908 | MNote 260 |

John J.Milne | Historical note | p. 316 | July 1908 | MNote 268 |

R.M.Milne | Extension of Huygens' approximation to a circular arc | p. 309 | July 1903 | Article |

Frank Morley | Note on the sphero-conic | p. 249 | June 1899 | Article |

F.Morley | Geometry problem (concerning the self polarity of a particular triangle) for solution | p. 379 | Oct 1906 | MNote 205 |

J.Morley | A solution required | p. 262 | Dec 1905 | MNote 181 |

G.D.Muggeridge | Areal coordinates | p. 45 | May 1901 | Article |

G.D.Muggeridge | Areal coordinates (continued) | p. 65 | July 1901 | Article |

T.Muir | Note on periodic continued fractions | p. 58 | Mar 1901 | MNote 95 |

R.F.Muirhead | On some suggestions in mathematical terminology | p. 57 | Oct 1895 | MNote 20 |

R.F.Muirhead | Notes on elementary dynamics I | p. 32 | July 1896 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | Notes on elementary dynamics II | p. 60 | Oct 1896 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | Notes on elementary dynamics III | p. 78 | Feb 1897 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | On the proof of | p. 106 | June 1897 | MNote 38 |

R.F.Muirhead | Notes on elementary dynamics IV | p. 123 | Oct 1897 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | Notes on elementary dynamics V | p. 180 | June 1898 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | The teaching of mathematics | p. 81 | Oct 1901 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | On the "Two minor complaints" of C.S.Jackson (MNote 108) | p. 201 | Oct 1902 | MNote 114A (Note) |

R.F.Muirhead | Proofs that the Arithmetic Mean is greater than the Geometric Mean | p. 283 | May 1903 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | Two trigonometrical notes | p. 340 | Oct 1903 | MNote 129 |

R.F.Muirhead | Note on Mr Roseveare's "Chapter on algebra" | p. 341 | Oct 1903 | MNote 130 |

R.F.Muirhead | Definitions of trigonometrical ratios and general proof of addition theorems for sine and cosine | p. 89 | Oct 1904 | MNote 155 |

R.F.Muirhead | Constructions with straight-edge and dividers | p. 209 | July 1905 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | The teaching of mechanics | p. 265 | Jan 1906 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | Convenient rules for elementary calculations as to thin lenses | p. 110 | July 1907 | MNote 242 |

R.F.Muirhead | A proof of the theorem that the vector-sum of the 'axes' of two couples is the 'axis' of their resultant | p. 129 | Oct 1907 | MNote 245 |

R.F.Muirhead | A method of calculating approximately high powers and roots of numbers, without the aid of tables
| p. 302 | July 1908 | Article |

C.E.M'Vicker | A transformation in elementary geometry | p. 190 | June 1898 | MNote 61 |

C.E.M'Vicker | A theorem of infinitesimals applied to conics | p. 209 | Oct 1898 | MNote 63 |

C.E.M'Vicker | A theorem of isoperimetric loops | p. 228 | Feb 1899 | Article |

C.E.M'Vicker | A circle touching the incircle and one of the escribed circles of a triangle | p. 257 | June 1899 | MNote 72 |

C.E.M'Vicker | Theorems connected with inversion | p. 276 | Oct 1899 | Article |

C.E.M 'Vicker | Approximation to | p. 288 | May 1903 | MNote 125 |

C.E.M'Vicker | On the kinetic measure of a force | p. 331 | Oct 1908 | MNote 280 |

E.J.Nanson | The addition formulae for cosine and sine | p. 237 | Oct 1905 | MNote 175 |

E.J.Nanson | The fundamental exponential limit | p. 237 | Oct 1905 | MNote 176 |

E.J.Nanson | The power series for , | p. 244 | Dec 1905 | Article |

E.J.Nanson | Graphical solution of a biquadratic | p. 286 | June 1908 | MNote 261 |

E.J.Nanson | Note on turning values | p. 287 | June 1908 | MNote 262 |

E.J.Nanson | Trigonometrical note | p. 333 | Oct 1908 | MNote 282 |

E.J.Nanson | Note on the power inequality | p. 333 | Oct 1908 | MNote 283 |

M.T.Naraniengar | A geometrical proof of Feuerbach's theorem | p. 310 | July 1908 | MNote 264 |

H.Orfeur | To draw from any two given points two straight lines to a point on a given circle, having centre at , so that they may be equally inclined to | p. 407 | Dec 1906 | MNote 220 |

G.Osborn | Mnemonic for hyperbolic functions | p. 189 | July 1902 | MNote 109A (Note) |

G.Osborn | Note on the multinomial theorem | p. 189 | July 1902 | MNote 111 |

G.Osborn | Elementary treatment for gamma functions | p. 311 | July 1903 | MNote 127 |

J.C.Palmer | In a spherical quadrangle the arcs joining the middle points of the three pairs of opposite sides are concurrent | p. 214 | Oct 1898 | MNote 68 |

J.C.Palmer | In a spherical quadrangle the arcs joining the mid-points of the three pairs of opposite sides are concurrent | p. 231 | Feb 1899 | MNote 69 |

"Pedagogicus" | Cricket and dynamics | p. 94 | May 1907 | Letter |

Emile Picard | On the development of mathematical analysis and its relations to some other sciences - Part 1 | p. 193 | July 1905 | Article |

Emile Picard | On the development of mathematical analysis and its relations to some other sciences - Part 2 | p. 217 | Oct 1905 | Article |

D.K.Picken | On higher trigonometry - (I) The "higher" in mathematics | p. 329 | July 1906 | Article |

D.K.Picken | On higher trigonometry - (II) Limit of a convergent sequence | p. 333 | July 1906 | Article |

D.K.Picken | On higher trigonometry - (III) The elementary transcendental functions | p. 357 | Oct 1906 | Article |

D.K.Picken | The integral calculus theorem | p. 5 | Jan 1907 | Article |

A.E.Pierpoint | An illustration by dissection | p. 404 | Dec 1906 | MNote 214 |

R.H.Pinkerton | On the equation to the asymptotes of the general conic | p. 175 | May 1905 | MNote 165 |

D.Quint | On the centroid of a trapezoid | p. 33 | Feb 1895 | MNote 16 |

N.Quint | On the Remarque minuscule
| p. 236 | Oct 1905 | MNote 173 |

E.M.Radford | The equation to the circumcircle of the triangle contained by three given straight lines | p. 29 | Mar 1901 | MNote 94 |

G.Richardson | The trigonometry of the tetrahedron | p. 149 | Mar 1902 | Article |

H.A.Roberts | Theorem of moments for three forces in equilibrium about any point in their plane | p. 130 | Oct 1897 | MNote 47 |

H.A.Roberts | Chords of quickest and slowest descent from one circle to another, both circles being in a vertical plane and non-intersecting | p. 212 | Oct 1898 | MNote 65 |

H.A.Roberts | Uniformly accelerated motion | p. 225 | Feb 1899 | Article |

W.M.Roberts | A method of obtaining a second approximation | p. 405 | Dec 1906 | MNote 215 |

F.E.Robinson | Mathematics for army candidates | p. 336 | July 1906 | Article |

W.N.Roseveare | A chapter on algebra I - VI | p. 301 | July 1903 | Article |

W.N.Roseveare | A chapter on algebra VII - X | p. 325 | Oct 1903 | Article |

W.N.Roseveare | On 'circular measure' and the product forms of the sine and cosine | p. 129 | Jan 1905 | Article |

W.N.Roseveare | I - Expansions of trigonometrical functions | p. 202 | July 1905 | Article |

W.N.Roseveare | II - Expansions of functions in general | p. 206 | July 1905 | Article |

W.N.Roseveare | III - On convergence of series | p. 246 | Dec 1905 | Article |

E.P.Rouse | Director circle of a conic inscribed in a triangle | p. 12 | July 1894 | Article |

E.P.Rouse | A second chapter on conics | p. 28 | Feb 1895 | Article |

E.P.Rouse | On note 79, p 337 | p. 371 | July 1900 | MNote 83 |

E.P.Rouse | Note on Simson's line | p. 261 | Dec 1905 | MNote 180 |

C.A.Rumsey | Note on the treatment of conic sections and conicoids by pure geometry | p. 356 | Dec 1903 | Article |

C.A.Rumsey | To prove Euclid I.27 without reversing the figure on itself or using superposition and assuming nothing but Euclid I.4 and 13 | p. 19 | Jan 1907 | MNote 230 |

C.A.Rumsey | Given two collinear sets of three points, to find a third set in involution with both sets | p. 20 | Jan 1907 | MNote 231 |

B.Russell | The teaching of Euclid | p. 165 | May 1902 | Article |

S.A.Saunder | On the expression, "Motion at an instant" | p. 250 | June 1899 | Article |

S.A.Saunder | Contracted multiplication and division | p. 81 | May 1907 | MNote 237 |

P.Scoones | A particle, attached to a fixed point by a string, moves in a vertical circle. If the string slackens find where the particle meets the circle again. | p. 20 | Jan 1907 | MNote 232 |

C.A.Scott | On Von Staudt's Geometrie der Lage
| p. 307 | Feb 1900 | Article |

C.A.Scott | On Von Staudt's Geometrie der Lage (continued)
| p. 323 | Mar 1900 | Article |

C.A.Scott | On Von Staudt's Geometrie der Lage (continued)
| p. 363 | July 1900 | Article |

W.F.Sheppard | Quadrature-formulae in relation to moments | p. 325 | Oct 1908 | Article |

W.F.Sheppard | Notation of binomial coefficients | p. 328 | Oct 1908 | MNote 278 |

W.F.Sheppard | Need for a sign to denote approximate equality | p. 389 | Dec 1908 | MNote 286 |

S.T.Shovelton | On the area of a triangle, the equations of whose sides are given | p. 231 | Mar 1908 | MNote 256 |

Prof. A. Sommerfeld | The scientific results and aims of modern applied mechanics | p. 26 | May 1904 | Article |

Prof. J.E.A. Steggall | On continued fractions | p. 39 | July 1896 | MNote 26 |

J.E.A. Steggall | On a binomial approximation | p. 267 | Jan 1906 | Article |

H.W.Lloyd Tanner | A class of algebraic functions | p. 152 | Feb 1898 | Article |

C.Taylor | The syllabus of geometrical conics | p. 37 | May 1895 | Article |

F.Glanville Taylor | A further consideration of problem 391 | p. 191 | July 1902 | MNote 112 |

J.V.Thomas | Geometrical proofs of some trig identities | p. 412 | Dec 1900 | MNote 88 |

A.P.Thompson | Extension of problem 394 | p. 74 | July 1901 | MNote 99 |

A.P.Thompson | Note on the bitangents of a plane curve | p. 307 | July 1903 | Article |

H.L.Trachtenberg | Isogonal transformation | p. 260 | Mar 1903 | MNote 121 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | On the proof of Riemann's theorem on semi-convergent series | p. 361 | Dec 1903 | MNote 135 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | A circle and sphere connected with a confocal system of conics and a confocal sytem of conicoids respectively | p. 35 | May 1904 | MNote 146 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | To prove that the circles on one side of the radical axis of any given non-intersecting coaxial system can be described simultaneously by a swarm of particles under the attraction of a central force | p. 35 | May 1904 | MNote 146 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | On the normals from a point to a conicoid | p. 213 | July 1905 | MNote 171 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | Three conics connected with a triangle | p. 213 | July 1905 | MNote 172 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | A new cubic connected with the triangle | p. 288 | Mar 1906 | Article |

H.L.Trachtenberg | Note on the number of feet in a metre (see Dobbs, MNote 209, Oct 1906, p 381) | p. 324 | May 1906 | MNote 195 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | Cartesian coordinates - A new method of finding the equation of the axis of a parabola | p. 324 | May 1906 | MNote 196 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | Trilinear coordinates. The equation of the axis of the general parabola | p. 324 | May 1906 | MNote 197 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | A new method of finding the equation of the axes of the general conic | p. 325 | May 1906 | MNote 198 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | Trilinear coordinates. The equation of the axes of the general conic | p. 325 | May 1906 | MNote 199 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | A new method of finding the condition that the general conicoid should be one of revolution and of finding the equation of its axis | p. 326 | May 1906 | MNote 200 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | The radius of the general right circular cylinder and the equation of its axis | p. 23 | Jan 1907 | MNote 236 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | A new method of finding the condition that the general conicoid should be one of revolution and of finding the equation of its axis | p. 319 | July 1908 | MNote 275 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | Note on the problem: "Given a parallelogram, construct a parallel to a given line through a given point | p. 334 | Oct 1908 | MNote 284 |

R.Tucker | Suggested alternative proof of the results given in paragraph 246 of Loney's Analytical Conics (1st edition)
| p. 110 | June 1897 | MNote 43 |

R.Tucker | Euclid IV. 12, 13, 14 | p. 184 | June 1898 | MNote 55 |

C.O.Tuckey | The exponential function | p. 403 | Dec 1906 | MNote 212 |

C.O.Tuckey | The nine-point circle | p. 404 | Dec 1906 | MNote 213 |

C.O.Tuckey | Higher trigonometry | p. 408 | Dec 1906 | MNote 223 |

C.O.Tuckey | A 'proof' of | p. 21 | Jan 1907 | MNote 233 |

C.O.Tuckey | The self-reciprocal 13-gon | p. 312 | July 1908 | MNote 266 |

A.F.Van der Heyden | Inexactitudes in the treatment of simple exercises on the motion of unequal masses suspended over a pulley | p. 323 | May 1906 | MNote 194 |

A.F.Van der Heyden | Construction of a regular pentagon | p. 323 | May 1906 | MNote 194 |

T.G.Vyvyan | On the condition that the roots of a cubic are real or imaginary | p. 39 | July 1896 | MNote 25 |

G.N.Watson | Mathematical note | p. 361 | Dec 1903 | MNote 133 |

W.Watson | "Formulae" problems | p. 107 | July 1907 | MNote 239 |

F.Whatley | Method of finding the differential coefficients of the inverse circular functions by one rule | p. 83 | Feb 1897 | MNote 35 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Prof. Bryan's "Mean rate of increase" | p. 173 | May 1905 | Article |

F.J.W.Whipple | Approximations to the th root of a number | p. 260 | Dec 1905 | MNote 178 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Division of angles and arcs | p. 98 | July 1907 | Article |

F.J.W.Whipple | The number of homogeneous products | p. 128 | Oct 1907 | MNote 244 |

F.J.W.Whipple | The geometrical treatment of trigonometrical series | p. 273 | June 1908 | Article |

F.J.W.Whipple | A proof that is divergent when can be expanded in a series of descending integral powers of beginning with | p. 281 | June 1908 | MNote 258 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Note on the power inequality | p. 318 | July 1908 | MNote 274 |

W.Allen Whitworth and W.E.Hartley | The number of ways of writing "Tot tibi sunt dotes, Virgo, quot sidera coelo" without disobeying the laws of metre, caesura excepted | p. 227 | Dec 1902 | MNote 115 |

W.A.Whitworth | Rule for finding the number of 'quarts' not greater than a given number | p. 242 | Jan 1903 | MNote 119 |

W.A.Whitworth | To prove geometrically the principal trigonometric relations of two angles | p. 6 | Mar 1904 | MNote 142 |

C.C.Wiles | 'Decimals' (= -imals) in other number bases | p. 167 | Dec 1907 | MNote 249 |

A.C.L.Wilkinson | To show that where are the angles of a triangle | p. 394 | Oct 1900 | MNote 87 |

J.Cook Wilson | On a supposed solution of the "Four-colour problem" | p. 338 | July 1906 | Article |

T.Wilson | Mathematics for astronomy and navigation | p. 27 | Feb 1895 | Article |

W.P.Workman | Alternative proof of a standard theorem in geometrical conics | p. 287 | June 1908 | MNote 263 |

A.E.Wynne | Note on the graphical solution of quadratics | p. 228 | Dec 1902 | MNote 116 |

W.H.Young | The introduction of the mathematical idea of infinity | p. 147 | Dec 1907 | Article |

C.E.Youngman | Continued inversion by coaxal circles | p. 7 | Mar 1904 | MNote 107 |

On reform in the teaching of mathematics | p. 129 | Jan 1902 | Discussion | |

The committee on geometry | p. 165 | May 1902 | Report | |

Report of the M.A. Committee on Arithmetic and Algebra | p. 181 | July 1902 | Report | |

Report of the British Association Committee on the teaching of mathematics | p. 197 | Oct 1902 | Report | |

The report of the committee and incommensurables | p. 253 | Mar 1903 | Report | |

Draft suggestions of the sub-committee on the teaching of mechanics | p. 380 | Jan 1904 | Report | |

Report of the M.A. Committee on the teaching of elementary mechanics | p. 49 | July 1904 | Report | |

Report of the M.A.Committee on advanced school mathematics | p. 52 | July 1904 | Report | |

A.G.M. of the M.A. - Jan 1905 | p. 145 | Mar 1905 | Report | |

Preliminary report of scholarships sub-committee | p. 73 | May 1907 | Report | |

Report on the teaching of mathematics in preparatory schools | p. 137 | Dec 1907 | Report | |

Report of the committee of the M.A. on the course of mathematics required for entrance scholarships at the universities | p. 219 | Mar 1908 | Report | |

Elementary analysis at the Leicester meeting of the British Association | p. 113 | Oct 1907 | Report |

**NOTE:**

**The numbering of the Mathematical Notes in Volume 1 went astray. **

** Up to MNote 106 was OK.**

** 107 was missed out but appeared again in Mar 1904, p 7.**

** Two 114's appeared on p 209.**

** In Dec 1902 (p 224) the numbering went back to 109 and 110.**

** Then it jumped to 115 and 116 and these were followed by 119 (p 242), 120, 121, 122, . . . **

** **

**Therefore, we have no MNotes 117 or 118 but do have two of each of 114, 109 and 110. For these three the first appearance was given a suffix "A" and the second a "B". **

Solutions of examination questions
| Gazette | Apr 1894 | July 1894 | Dec 1894 | Feb 1895 | May 1895 |

Page | 5 | 13 | 22 | 33 | 44 | |

Numbers | 1 - 6 | 7 - 11 | 12 - 17 | 18 - 27 | 28 - 37 |

**Questions for solution by students (Later: Examination questions and problems )**

Gazette | Page | Numbers | Gazette | Page | Solutions |

Apr 1894 | 7 | 1 - 17 | May 1895 | 41 | 1 - 17 |

July 1894 | 15 | 18 - 28 | Apr 1896 | 17 | 18, 20, 22, 26, 30, 36, 38, 40, 43 - 50, 52, 55 |

Dec 1894 | 24 | 29 - 39 | July 1896 | 44 | 67, 69 - 71, 73, 74, 76, 77, 79, 84 - 86, 88, 89 |

Feb 1895 | 36 | 40 - 45 | Oct 1896 | 68 | 84 (again), 91, 94, 95, 103-105, 107, 117-120 |

May 1895 | 45 | 46 - 57 | Feb 1897 | 90 | 94 (again), 59, 123, 124, 128, 130, 133- 141, 143 |

Oct 1895 | 59 | 58 - 61 | June 1897 | 113 | 133, 145-149, 151, 153-156, 158, 159, 173, (178) |

Apr 1896 | 14 | 62 - 90 | Oct 1897 | 133 | 125, 155, 157, 160-166, 168, 169, 174, 176, 180, 181, 183-188, 190-193, 195 |

July 1896 | 41 | 91 - 120 | Feb 1898 | 164 | 197-213 |

Oct 1896 | 65 | 121 - 150 | June 1898 | 193 | 131, 201, 208, 214-218, 220-224, 227 |

Feb 1897 | 87 | 151 - 180 (1) | June 1898 | 193 | (90, 172), 219, 225, 226, 228-234 |

June 1897 | 111 | 181 - 200 | Feb 1899 | 235 | 150, 170, 194, 221, 235-248 |

Oct 1897 | 131 | 201 - 220 | June 1899 | 261 | 249-251, 253-257, 259-264, 269, 270, 272 |

Feb 1898 | 162 | 221 - 240 | Oct 1899 | 282 | 167, 267, 268, 273, 277, 280-282, 284, 286, 288-290, 292-298, 300-302, 304, 305, 309, 314-316, 318, 319 |

June 1898 | 191 | 241 - 259 | Feb 1900 | 321 | 258, 275, 303 |

Oct 1898 | 215 | 260 - 279 | May 1900 | 346 | 111-116, 121, 122, 127, 132, 153, 177, 182, 189, 196, 265, 266, 278, 291, 298, 299, 310, 317, 319, 321-325, 328-333, 335 |

Feb 1899 | 232 | 280 - 299 | July 1900 | 372 | 293, 308, 313, 334, 339, 340, 342, 343, 348, 351-355, 357, 358, 359, 361 |

June 1899 | 258 | 300 - 319 | Oct 1900 | 395 | 57, 129, 144, 152 |

Oct 1899 | 279 | 320 - 339 | Dec 1900 | 414 | 19, 21, 23-25, 27, 29, 33-35, 41, 80, 274, 276, 285 |

Feb 1900 | 320 | 340 - 349 | Jan 1901 | 13 | 175, 252, 271, 287, 306, 307, 311, 320, 327, 344, 345, 347, 350, 360, 362, 363, 365-367, 372, 385, 386, 28, 32, 39, 42 |

Mar 1900 | 338 | 350 - 359 | Mar 1901 | 37 | 51, 53, 54, 56, 58, 61-66, 68, 72, 75, 78, 98, 111, 126, 142, 366, 380, 383, 386 |

May 1900 | 345 | 360 - 369 (2) | May 1901 | 62 | 384 |

July 1900 | 371 | 370 - 379 | July 1901 | 76 | 60, 81-83, 87, 92, 93, 95-101 |

Oct 1900 | 394 | 380 - 389 | Oct 1901 | 101 | 102, 106, 108-110, 364, 375, 380 |

Dec 1900 | 413 | 390 - 399 | Dec 1901 | 124 | 356, 369, 387, 388 |

Jan 1901 | 12 | 400 - 409 | Mar 1902 | 163 | 390 |

Mar 1901 | 35 | 410 - 419 | May 1902 | 180 | 391 (see, also, MNote 112, p 191, July 1902) |

May 1901 | 60 | 420 - 429 | July 1902 | 192 | 392, 394, 396, 399, 409 |

July 1901 | 75 | 430 - 439 | Dec 1902 | 232 | 393, 398, 402, 403, 405, 407, 408, 411 |

Oct 1901 | 99 | 440 - 449 | Jan 1903 | 251 | 400, 413 |

Dec 1902 | 231 | 450 - 459 | Mar 1903 | 270 | 406 (corrected), 415, 416, 419, 425, 450, 451, 453 |

Jan 1903 | 250 | 460 - 468 | May 1903 | 296 | 338, 382, 410, 412, 417, 424 |

Mar 1903 | 269 | 469 - 480 | July 1903 | 321 | 418, 421 |

May 1903 | 295 | 481 - 490 | Dec 1903 | 364 | 426-428, 432 |

July 1903 | 320 | 491 - 500 | Jan 1904 | 385 | 433-435, 463 |

Dec 1903 | 363 | 501 - 510 | May 1904 | 44 | 422, 423, 429, 442, 481, 483 |

Jan 1904 | 384 | 511 - 520 | July 1904 | 71 | 497 |

Apr 1907 | 41 | 521 - 607 | |||

Jan 1908 - Part I | 169 | 608 - 682 | |||

Nov 1908 | 345 | 683 - 754 |

(1) See June 1897, p 119 about No.179

(2) Corrections to 350 and 355 appear in May 1900, p 345

Queries
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1 - 14 | May 1907 | 94 | 1 | July 1907 | 102 | 14 | Oct 1907 | 132 | 34 | Mar 1908 (3 replies) | 235 |

15 - 23 | Oct 1907 | 130 | 3 | July 1907 | 102 | 19 | Dec 1907 | 166 | 38 | Mar 1908 | 237 |

24 - 34 | Dec 1907 | 165 | 6 | Oct 1907 | 131 | 22 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 213 | June 1908 | 295 | |

35 - 48 | Jan 1908-Part II | 212 | 7 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 212 | 23 | Dec 1907 | 166 | 39 | Mar 1908 | 238 |

49 (only) | Mar 1908 | 233 | 8 | July 1907 | 102 | Jan 1908 - Part II (2 replies) | 213 | June 1908 | 296 | ||

50 - 57 | June 1908 | 295 | Oct 1907 | 131 | 24 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | 41 | Mar 1908 (2 replies) | 238 | |

59 - 60 | Oct 1908 | 342 | 9 | Oct 1907 | 131 | 25 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | 42 | Mar 1908 | 238 |

Jan 1908 - Part II | 213 | 27 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | 43 | Mar 1908 | 239 | ||||

10 | Oct 1907 (2 replies) | 132 | 28 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | Oct 1908 | 342 | ||||

Jan 1908 - Part II | 213 | Mar 1908 | 235 | 44 | Mar 1908 | 239 | |||||

Mar 1908 (2 replies) | 234 | 29 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 215 | 46 | Mar1908 | 239 | ||||

12 | July 1907 (2 replies) | 104 | 32 | May 1908 | 272 | 52 | July 1908 | 320 |

**NOTE:**

**The numbering of the Mathematical Notes in Volume 1 went astray. **

** Up to MNote 106 was OK.**

** 107 was missed out but appeared again in Mar 1904, p 7.**

** Two 114's appeared on p 209.**

** In Dec 1902 (p 224) the numbering went back to 109 and 110.**

** Then it jumped to 115 and 116 and these were followed by 119 (p 242), 120, 121, 122, . . . **

** **

__do__ have two of each of 114, 109 and 110. For these three the first appearance was given a suffix "A" and the second a "B".

Solutions of examination questions
| Gazette | Apr 1894 | July 1894 | Dec 1894 | Feb 1895 | May 1895 |

Page | 5 | 13 | 22 | 33 | 44 | |

Numbers | 1 - 6 | 7 - 11 | 12 - 17 | 18 - 27 | 28 - 37 |

**Questions for solution by students (Later: Examination questions and problems )**

Gazette | Page | Numbers | Gazette | Page | Solutions |

Apr 1894 | 7 | 1 - 17 | May 1895 | 41 | 1 - 17 |

July 1894 | 15 | 18 - 28 | Apr 1896 | 17 | 18, 20, 22, 26, 30, 36, 38, 40, 43 - 50, 52, 55 |

Dec 1894 | 24 | 29 - 39 | July 1896 | 44 | 67, 69 - 71, 73, 74, 76, 77, 79, 84 - 86, 88, 89 |

Feb 1895 | 36 | 40 - 45 | Oct 1896 | 68 | 84 (again), 91, 94, 95, 103-105, 107, 117-120 |

May 1895 | 45 | 46 - 57 | Feb 1897 | 90 | 94 (again), 59, 123, 124, 128, 130, 133- 141, 143 |

Oct 1895 | 59 | 58 - 61 | June 1897 | 113 | 133, 145-149, 151, 153-156, 158, 159, 173, (178) |

Apr 1896 | 14 | 62 - 90 | Oct 1897 | 133 | 125, 155, 157, 160-166, 168, 169, 174, 176, 180, 181, 183-188, 190-193, 195 |

July 1896 | 41 | 91 - 120 | Feb 1898 | 164 | 197-213 |

Oct 1896 | 65 | 121 - 150 | June 1898 | 193 | 131, 201, 208, 214-218, 220-224, 227 |

Feb 1897 | 87 | 151 - 180 (1) | June 1898 | 193 | (90, 172), 219, 225, 226, 228-234 |

June 1897 | 111 | 181 - 200 | Feb 1899 | 235 | 150, 170, 194, 221, 235-248 |

Oct 1897 | 131 | 201 - 220 | June 1899 | 261 | 249-251, 253-257, 259-264, 269, 270, 272 |

Feb 1898 | 162 | 221 - 240 | Oct 1899 | 282 | 167, 267, 268, 273, 277, 280-282, 284, 286, 288-290, 292-298, 300-302, 304, 305, 309, 314-316, 318, 319 |

June 1898 | 191 | 241 - 259 | Feb 1900 | 321 | 258, 275, 303 |

Oct 1898 | 215 | 260 - 279 | May 1900 | 346 | 111-116, 121, 122, 127, 132, 153, 177, 182, 189, 196, 265, 266, 278, 291, 298, 299, 310, 317, 319, 321-325, 328-333, 335 |

Feb 1899 | 232 | 280 - 299 | July 1900 | 372 | 293, 308, 313, 334, 339, 340, 342, 343, 348, 351-355, 357, 358, 359, 361 |

June 1899 | 258 | 300 - 319 | Oct 1900 | 395 | 57, 129, 144, 152 |

Oct 1899 | 279 | 320 - 339 | Dec 1900 | 414 | 19, 21, 23-25, 27, 29, 33-35, 41, 80, 274, 276, 285 |

Feb 1900 | 320 | 340 - 349 | Jan 1901 | 13 | 175, 252, 271, 287, 306, 307, 311, 320, 327, 344, 345, 347, 350, 360, 362, 363, 365-367, 372, 385, 386, 28, 32, 39, 42 |

Mar 1900 | 338 | 350 - 359 | Mar 1901 | 37 | 51, 53, 54, 56, 58, 61-66, 68, 72, 75, 78, 98, 111, 126, 142, 366, 380, 383, 386 |

May 1900 | 345 | 360 - 369 (2) | May 1901 | 62 | 384 |

July 1900 | 371 | 370 - 379 | July 1901 | 76 | 60, 81-83, 87, 92, 93, 95-101 |

Oct 1900 | 394 | 380 - 389 | Oct 1901 | 101 | 102, 106, 108-110, 364, 375, 380 |

Dec 1900 | 413 | 390 - 399 | Dec 1901 | 124 | 356, 369, 387, 388 |

Jan 1901 | 12 | 400 - 409 | Mar 1902 | 163 | 390 |

Mar 1901 | 35 | 410 - 419 | May 1902 | 180 | 391 (see, also, MNote 112, p 191, July 1902) |

May 1901 | 60 | 420 - 429 | July 1902 | 192 | 392, 394, 396, 399, 409 |

July 1901 | 75 | 430 - 439 | Dec 1902 | 232 | 393, 398, 402, 403, 405, 407, 408, 411 |

Oct 1901 | 99 | 440 - 449 | Jan 1903 | 251 | 400, 413 |

Dec 1902 | 231 | 450 - 459 | Mar 1903 | 270 | 406 (corrected), 415, 416, 419, 425, 450, 451, 453 |

Jan 1903 | 250 | 460 - 468 | May 1903 | 296 | 338, 382, 410, 412, 417, 424 |

Mar 1903 | 269 | 469 - 480 | July 1903 | 321 | 418, 421 |

May 1903 | 295 | 481 - 490 | Dec 1903 | 364 | 426-428, 432 |

July 1903 | 320 | 491 - 500 | Jan 1904 | 385 | 433-435, 463 |

Dec 1903 | 363 | 501 - 510 | May 1904 | 44 | 422, 423, 429, 442, 481, 483 |

Jan 1904 | 384 | 511 - 520 | July 1904 | 71 | 497 |

Apr 1907 | 41 | 521 - 607 | |||

Jan 1908 - Part I | 169 | 608 - 682 | |||

Nov 1908 | 345 | 683 - 754 |

(1) See June 1897, p 119 about No.179

(2) Corrections to 350 and 355 appear in May 1900, p 345

Queries
| Answers to queries
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Number | Issue | Page | Number | Issue | Page | Number | Issue | Page | Number | Issue | Page |

1 - 14 | May 1907 | 94 | 1 | July 1907 | 102 | 14 | Oct 1907 | 132 | 34 | Mar 1908 (3 replies) | 235 |

15 - 23 | Oct 1907 | 130 | 3 | July 1907 | 102 | 19 | Dec 1907 | 166 | 38 | Mar 1908 | 237 |

24 - 34 | Dec 1907 | 165 | 6 | Oct 1907 | 131 | 22 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 213 | June 1908 | 295 | |

35 - 48 | Jan 1908-Part II | 212 | 7 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 212 | 23 | Dec 1907 | 166 | 39 | Mar 1908 | 238 |

49 (only) | Mar 1908 | 233 | 8 | July 1907 | 102 | Jan 1908 - Part II (2 replies) | 213 | June 1908 | 296 | ||

50 - 57 | June 1908 | 295 | Oct 1907 | 131 | 24 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | 41 | Mar 1908 (2 replies) | 238 | |

59 - 60 | Oct 1908 | 342 | 9 | Oct 1907 | 131 | 25 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | 42 | Mar 1908 | 238 |

Jan 1908 - Part II | 213 | 27 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | 43 | Mar 1908 | 239 | ||||

10 | Oct 1907 (2 replies) | 132 | 28 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | Oct 1908 | 342 | ||||

Jan 1908 - Part II | 213 | Mar 1908 | 235 | 44 | Mar 1908 | 239 | |||||

Mar 1908 (2 replies) | 234 | 29 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 215 | 46 | Mar1908 | 239 | ||||

12 | July 1907 (2 replies) | 104 | 32 | May 1908 | 272 | 52 | July 1908 | 320 |

**NOTE:**

**The numbering of the Mathematical Notes in Volume 1 went astray. **

** Up to MNote 106 was OK.**

** 107 was missed out but appeared again in Mar 1904, p 7.**

** Two 114's appeared on p 209.**

** In Dec 1902 (p 224) the numbering went back to 109 and 110.**

** Then it jumped to 115 and 116 and these were followed by 119 (p 242), 120, 121, 122, . . . **

** **

__do__ have two of each of 114, 109 and 110. For these three the first appearance was given a suffix "A" and the second a "B".

Solutions of examination questions
| Gazette | Apr 1894 | July 1894 | Dec 1894 | Feb 1895 | May 1895 |

Page | 5 | 13 | 22 | 33 | 44 | |

Numbers | 1 - 6 | 7 - 11 | 12 - 17 | 18 - 27 | 28 - 37 |

**Questions for solution by students (Later: Examination questions and problems )**

Gazette | Page | Numbers | Gazette | Page | Solutions |

Apr 1894 | 7 | 1 - 17 | May 1895 | 41 | 1 - 17 |

July 1894 | 15 | 18 - 28 | Apr 1896 | 17 | 18, 20, 22, 26, 30, 36, 38, 40, 43 - 50, 52, 55 |

Dec 1894 | 24 | 29 - 39 | July 1896 | 44 | 67, 69 - 71, 73, 74, 76, 77, 79, 84 - 86, 88, 89 |

Feb 1895 | 36 | 40 - 45 | Oct 1896 | 68 | 84 (again), 91, 94, 95, 103-105, 107, 117-120 |

May 1895 | 45 | 46 - 57 | Feb 1897 | 90 | 94 (again), 59, 123, 124, 128, 130, 133- 141, 143 |

Oct 1895 | 59 | 58 - 61 | June 1897 | 113 | 133, 145-149, 151, 153-156, 158, 159, 173, (178) |

Apr 1896 | 14 | 62 - 90 | Oct 1897 | 133 | 125, 155, 157, 160-166, 168, 169, 174, 176, 180, 181, 183-188, 190-193, 195 |

July 1896 | 41 | 91 - 120 | Feb 1898 | 164 | 197-213 |

Oct 1896 | 65 | 121 - 150 | June 1898 | 193 | 131, 201, 208, 214-218, 220-224, 227 |

Feb 1897 | 87 | 151 - 180 (1) | June 1898 | 193 | (90, 172), 219, 225, 226, 228-234 |

June 1897 | 111 | 181 - 200 | Feb 1899 | 235 | 150, 170, 194, 221, 235-248 |

Oct 1897 | 131 | 201 - 220 | June 1899 | 261 | 249-251, 253-257, 259-264, 269, 270, 272 |

Feb 1898 | 162 | 221 - 240 | Oct 1899 | 282 | 167, 267, 268, 273, 277, 280-282, 284, 286, 288-290, 292-298, 300-302, 304, 305, 309, 314-316, 318, 319 |

June 1898 | 191 | 241 - 259 | Feb 1900 | 321 | 258, 275, 303 |

Oct 1898 | 215 | 260 - 279 | May 1900 | 346 | 111-116, 121, 122, 127, 132, 153, 177, 182, 189, 196, 265, 266, 278, 291, 298, 299, 310, 317, 319, 321-325, 328-333, 335 |

Feb 1899 | 232 | 280 - 299 | July 1900 | 372 | 293, 308, 313, 334, 339, 340, 342, 343, 348, 351-355, 357, 358, 359, 361 |

June 1899 | 258 | 300 - 319 | Oct 1900 | 395 | 57, 129, 144, 152 |

Oct 1899 | 279 | 320 - 339 | Dec 1900 | 414 | 19, 21, 23-25, 27, 29, 33-35, 41, 80, 274, 276, 285 |

Feb 1900 | 320 | 340 - 349 | Jan 1901 | 13 | 175, 252, 271, 287, 306, 307, 311, 320, 327, 344, 345, 347, 350, 360, 362, 363, 365-367, 372, 385, 386, 28, 32, 39, 42 |

Mar 1900 | 338 | 350 - 359 | Mar 1901 | 37 | 51, 53, 54, 56, 58, 61-66, 68, 72, 75, 78, 98, 111, 126, 142, 366, 380, 383, 386 |

May 1900 | 345 | 360 - 369 (2) | May 1901 | 62 | 384 |

July 1900 | 371 | 370 - 379 | July 1901 | 76 | 60, 81-83, 87, 92, 93, 95-101 |

Oct 1900 | 394 | 380 - 389 | Oct 1901 | 101 | 102, 106, 108-110, 364, 375, 380 |

Dec 1900 | 413 | 390 - 399 | Dec 1901 | 124 | 356, 369, 387, 388 |

Jan 1901 | 12 | 400 - 409 | Mar 1902 | 163 | 390 |

Mar 1901 | 35 | 410 - 419 | May 1902 | 180 | 391 (see, also, MNote 112, p 191, July 1902) |

May 1901 | 60 | 420 - 429 | July 1902 | 192 | 392, 394, 396, 399, 409 |

July 1901 | 75 | 430 - 439 | Dec 1902 | 232 | 393, 398, 402, 403, 405, 407, 408, 411 |

Oct 1901 | 99 | 440 - 449 | Jan 1903 | 251 | 400, 413 |

Dec 1902 | 231 | 450 - 459 | Mar 1903 | 270 | 406 (corrected), 415, 416, 419, 425, 450, 451, 453 |

Jan 1903 | 250 | 460 - 468 | May 1903 | 296 | 338, 382, 410, 412, 417, 424 |

Mar 1903 | 269 | 469 - 480 | July 1903 | 321 | 418, 421 |

May 1903 | 295 | 481 - 490 | Dec 1903 | 364 | 426-428, 432 |

July 1903 | 320 | 491 - 500 | Jan 1904 | 385 | 433-435, 463 |

Dec 1903 | 363 | 501 - 510 | May 1904 | 44 | 422, 423, 429, 442, 481, 483 |

Jan 1904 | 384 | 511 - 520 | July 1904 | 71 | 497 |

Apr 1907 | 41 | 521 - 607 | |||

Jan 1908 - Part I | 169 | 608 - 682 | |||

Nov 1908 | 345 | 683 - 754 |

(1) See June 1897, p 119 about No.179

(2) Corrections to 350 and 355 appear in May 1900, p 345

Queries
| Answers to queries
| ||||||||||

Number | Issue | Page | Number | Issue | Page | Number | Issue | Page | Number | Issue | Page |

1 - 14 | May 1907 | 94 | 1 | July 1907 | 102 | 14 | Oct 1907 | 132 | 34 | Mar 1908 (3 replies) | 235 |

15 - 23 | Oct 1907 | 130 | 3 | July 1907 | 102 | 19 | Dec 1907 | 166 | 38 | Mar 1908 | 237 |

24 - 34 | Dec 1907 | 165 | 6 | Oct 1907 | 131 | 22 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 213 | June 1908 | 295 | |

35 - 48 | Jan 1908-Part II | 212 | 7 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 212 | 23 | Dec 1907 | 166 | 39 | Mar 1908 | 238 |

49 (only) | Mar 1908 | 233 | 8 | July 1907 | 102 | Jan 1908 - Part II (2 replies) | 213 | June 1908 | 296 | ||

50 - 57 | June 1908 | 295 | Oct 1907 | 131 | 24 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | 41 | Mar 1908 (2 replies) | 238 | |

59 - 60 | Oct 1908 | 342 | 9 | Oct 1907 | 131 | 25 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | 42 | Mar 1908 | 238 |

Jan 1908 - Part II | 213 | 27 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | 43 | Mar 1908 | 239 | ||||

10 | Oct 1907 (2 replies) | 132 | 28 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 214 | Oct 1908 | 342 | ||||

Jan 1908 - Part II | 213 | Mar 1908 | 235 | 44 | Mar 1908 | 239 | |||||

Mar 1908 (2 replies) | 234 | 29 | Jan 1908 - Part II | 215 | 46 | Mar1908 | 239 | ||||

12 | July 1907 (2 replies) | 104 | 32 | May 1908 | 272 | 52 | July 1908 | 320 |