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A selection of the following reports, which are not indexed to a particular meteorite fall or find have been listed again in two seperate indexes...
Those about fireballs and bolides
Those that have not been fully indexed. Many are about analysis method, or theories about meteorites in general.
Volume 35; 1852
p. 289-91 Note on a meteoric iron mass close to d'Épinal, le 7 July 1851; by M. Guery.
Volume 41; 1855
p. 490 Meteoric Iron mass closing lead globules metallic
Volume 45; 1857
p. 687 A fragment of a fallen aérolithe the 1st October in a commune of the départment of the yonne
Volume 47; 1858
p. 1053-55 On aérolithe of 9 December (Letter of M. Petit á M. Elie of Beaumont.)
Volume 48; 1859
p. 16 Fragments of the two fallen aérolithes the 9. December at Aussem and at Clarac (district of Montrejeau)
p. 193-8 Note on the aérolithe of Montrejean; by MM. Filhol and Leymerie
p. 267-9 Note on the chemical composition and mineralogy of the aérolithe of montrejean, fallen December 9 1858; by MM. G. Chancel and A. Moitessier.
p. 348-9 Supplement to a preceding Note on the analysis of the aérolithe of Montrejean; by M. Filhol
p. 403-4 Composition of a meteoric rock fallen in April 1857; extracts of a Letter of M. Wöhler and M. Dumas
p. 446-7 Study on one of the part constituent of the aérolithe of Montrejean. (Extracts of a Note of M. Leymerie)
p. 597 Letter accompanying a sample of a substance pulvérulante fallen of the atmosphere the 12. March to the vicinity of Castillon-sur-Dordogne.
Volume 49; 1859
p. 31-6 Chemical researches and analyze on the aérolithe of Montrejeau; by M. A. Damour
p. 247-8 On the aérolithe of Montrejeau; notice presented to the occasion of a recent communication, by M. Leymerie. (Extrait.)
Volume 50; 1860
p. 105-6 Discovery of a block of meteoric iron in the Oregon (United States of America)
Volume 53; 1861
p. 77-79 On the presence of the nitrogen in an meteoric iron; by M. Boussingault
p. 456-61 Nature of fireballs and method of their formation; Letter of M. Haidinger
p. 1018-19 On a fallen aérolithe to Dhurmsalla in India; extracts of a letter of M. le Dr Charles T. Jackson and M. Élie of Beaumont
Volume 55; 1862
p. 591-4 Note on the meteoric rock of Chassigny; by M. A. Damour.
p. 594-5 Observation of a fireball, over Caen on 19 September; by M. Eudes-Deslongchamps; extracts of a Letter to M. Élie of Beaumont.
p. 873-4 Memoir on the big aérolithes masses found to the atacama desert in the neighborhood of the siere of Chaco; by M. Ig. Domeyko.
Volume 58; 1863
p.74-77 Note on the meteorite of Tourinnes-la-Grosse (Belgium), fallen 7 Decembre 1863. Note of M. L. Sæmann, presented by M. Daubrée)
p. 169-71 Analyse of the aérolithe of Tourinnes-la-Grosse, near Louvain (Belgique), fallen 7th December 1863. Note of M. F. Pisani, presented by Mr. Daubrée.
p. 226-30 Note on two aérolithes, the one fallen at Vouillé (Comes), May 13 1831, and offer to the history Museum natural by the city of poitiers; the other fallen at Mascombes, department of the Corrèze, January 31 1836, and of which falls it was resée without advertising; by Mr. Daubrée
p. 240-42 Observations on the refuges métallifères of some of northern America and on a new aérolithe; by Dr Charles T. Jackson. (Extracts of a Letter to M. Élie of Beaumont.)
p. 517-18 Mr. Favart, in a Letter that accompanies the sending of a fragment of the fallen aérolithe the 7 December 1863, at Tourinnes-la-Grosse (Belgium)
p. 551-56 Report on two Memoirs of Mr I. Domeyko, relative, the one to big masses of aérolithes found in the deserted d Atacama, meadows of Taltal; the other to several types minerales new of Chilei.
p. 598-600 On the composition of the aérolithes of the Chile and Mexico; by Mr. Faye.
Volume 58; 1864
p. 910-11 Observation of a luminous meteor at Agen (Lot-et-Garonne). Extract of a lettter to Mr. Bourrières à Mr. Daubrée.
p. 932-37 Communication of Mr. Daubrée, according to his correspondance from Mr. Le Verrier. On the brilliant meteor observed may 14th, 1864...
p. 984-90 Note on the fallen meteorites May 14 to the vicinity of d'Orgueil (Tarn-et-Garonne); by Mr. Daubrée
p. 1065-72 New renseignments on the fireball of 14th May 1864; par Mr. Daubrée
p. 1100-5 On the employed method to determine the fireball trajectory of 14th May. Note of Mr. Laussedat, presented by Mr. Daubrée
p. 1212-3 Note of Mr. Lespiault on the occasion of the fireball of 14th May.
Volume 59; 1864
p. 74-76 On the trajectory of 14 May. Note of Mr. Laussedat in response to the one of Mr. Lespiault.
p. 132-5 Chemical study and analysis of the aerolithe from d'Orgueil. Note of Mr. Pisani.
p. 573-4 Probable falls of a fireball shown by the noise of the explosion. Extracts of a Letter of Mr. Lespiault.
p. 605-7 Mr. Le Verrier Communicate to; Academy three documents concerning the fireball of 24 September.
Volume 61; 1865
p. 747-8 A fireball oberverved at Paraclet and vicinity, extract of a letter by M. Walckenaer
Volume 62; 1866
p. 72-78 Fallen meteorites August 25 1865 in the tribe of the Senhadja, aumale circle, algiers province; iron meteoric signaled to Dellys by M. Daubrée.
p. 200-6 Synthetic experiences relating to the meteorites. Parallels to which ones they drive, so for the formation of these planetary bodies that for the one say earthly globe; by Mr. Daubrée. (first part)
p. 283-4 M. Daubrée present to the academy a meteorite in the name of Mr. le Maréchal Vaillant.
p. 1326 Analyse of aerolithe of Saint-Mesmin, district of Méry-sur-Seine, departement of l'Aube, fallen 30th May 1866. Note of Mr. F. Pisani, presented by M. H. sainte-Claire Deville.
Volume 63; 1866
p. 745. Aerolithe found to Charcas (Mexico and taken to France) Mr. le M. Vaillant.
p. 852-4 By follows by a communication of Mr. Faye on the stars falling of the 14. Nov., signaled a procedure that pourait to be emploies to obtain a graphic representation of the movement of the aérolithes.
Volume 65; 1867
p. 60-63 Classification adopted for the collection of meteorites of the Museum; by Mr. Daubrée
p. 148-151 Contribution to the anatomy of the meteorites; Mr. Daubrée
p. 240-242 Fall of aerolitles in the plain of Tadjera (Amer Guebala) 15 kilomètres south-east of Sétif, June 9th 1867, about 10h 30m in the evening; by Mr. Augeraud.
p. 242 A letter according to which one a fragment of this fireball, deposited to the algiers Museum. by Elie of Beaumont
Volume 66; 1867
p. 513-519 Meteorite fallen June 9 1867, in Algérie, at Tadjera, near Sétif, province of Constantine; by Mr. Daubrée
p. 637-639 Meteorite fallen (in 1859?) Philippines Islands; by Mr. Daubrée
p. 639-642 Meteorite fallen at Murcie, Spain, the 24 December 1858; byr Mr. Daubrée and St. Meunier.
Volume 67; 1867
p. 633-5 Note on two big iron masses Museum meteoric, and particularly on the one of Charcas (Mexico), recently succeeded in Paris; by Mr. Daubrée.
p. 685-8 New procedure to study the structure of iron meteorites by Mr. Daubrée.
p. 1067-9 On the occlusion of the gas hydrogenates by iron meteoric; by Mr. T. Graham.
Volume 68; 1869
p. 363-4 M. Daubree present to the academy of the meteorites originating fall that took time the 1st January 1869, to Hessle, to the upsal vicinity (sweden).
p. 620-21 Iron meteoric recently discover to the Wisconsin, and description again faces that it presents. Note of M. Lawrence Smith
p. 1125-31 Picture of the expansions by the heat of various metallic simple body or metallic nos, and of some hydrogenated composites of carbon; by M. H. Fizeau
p. 1338-39 Fallen fireball May 22 1869 in the commune of Cléguérec, district of Napoléonville (Morbihan). notes of M. de Limur.
p. 1489-91 Analyze meteorite of Kernouve, meadows Cléguérec, district of Napoléonville (Morbihan), fallen May 22 1869. Note of M. F. Pisani
Volume 69; 1869
p. 1004-6 Note on the explosions of the fireballs and on the meteorite falls that the accompany; by M. Delaunay
p. 1026-28 On the partial explosion of a fireball. Note of M. J. Silbermann
Volume 70; 1870
p. 442-43 Observation of a fireball, at the Paris observatory, by MM Wolf, Andrè and Capitaneano, presented by M. Delaunay
p. 649-50 Fall of an Aerolithe to Mourzouk (Barbarity), December 25 1869. Letter of MR. Coumbary to M. Le Verrier.
Volume 71; 1870
p. 743-46 Relations stratigraphiques between various rocks météoriques; by M. St. Meunier.
p. 771-74 Existence of rocks éruptives and of metamorphic rocks among the meteorites; by M. Stanislas Meunier.
Volume 72; 1871
p. 111-14 Structure globe from which provientnet the meteorites; by M. S. Meunier.
p. 125-29 Rupture method of the star from which divert the meteorites; by M. St. Meunier (1).
p. 162 M., St. Meunier taken the academy to want well to join, to its printed Memories on the meteorites ...
p. 183-87 Situation astronomique du globe d'où dérivent les météorites. Note de M. Stan. Meunier. (Extract.)
p. 187-88 M. Élie de Beaumont Express the fear that it be not again premature to assign to all the falls of meteorites a posterior date to the one of the service industry lands.
p. 339-43 Chemical Study of the matter coloring black of the Tadjérite. Note of M. S. Meunier.
p. 383-84 M. Delaunay communicate to the academy the two Letters suitantes, of MR. Lespiault and of MR. Vauquelin, concerning the appearance of the same fireball, of which it already had maintained the academy in the preceding meeting
p. 452-54 Second example of métamorphisme with the meteorites; by M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 508-09 New experiences relating to the métamorphisme of the meteorites; by M. Stanislas Meunier
Volume 73; 1871
p. 346-50 Study lithologique of the meteorite of Parnallee. Note of M. St. Meunier. (Extrait.)
p. 494-96 New contributions to the history of carbon; by M. Berthelot.
p. 761 Note sur le fer métallique de Groslée; par M. Moissenet.
p. 1268 The Minister of the public instruction transmits a letter of the France consul to Elseneur on the arrival to Copenhagen of huge iron meteorites discovered to the Greenland.
p. 1284-85 Contribution to the métamorphisme meteoric. Note of M. St. Meunier. (Extracts by the author.)
p. 1338-39 New researches on the faces of Widmannstætten; by M. St. Meunier.
p. 1483-85 Coexistence of two types lithologiques in the even falls meteorites; by M. St. Meunier.
Volume 74; 1872
p. 134-35 On the transition types among the meteorites; by M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 332-34 Methods that compete to show the stratigraphie of the meteorites; by M. St. Meunier.
p. 1287-89 Research and dosage of combined carbon in iron meteoric. Note of M. Joseph Boussingault.
p. 1427-28 Observations relating to the iron crystallized phosphure obtained by M. Sidot; of M. Daubrée.
p. 1541-49 Examination of the rocks with native iron, discovered in 1870 by Mr. Nordenskiöld, to the Greenland; by M. Daubrée.
Volume 75; 1872
p. 240-46 Examination of the ovifak meteorites (Greenland), to the view point of carbon and salts solubles that they contain; by M. Daubrée
p. 273-76 Fall of an Aerolithe in the Lance commune, district of Saint-Amand (Loir-et-Cher). Note MR. of Tastes, presented by M. Ch. Sainte-Claire Deville.
p. 308-9 Note on the discovery of a second meteorite fallen July 23 1872, in the district of Saint-Amand (Loir-et-Cher); by M. Daubrée
p. 465-68 Examination of the fallen meteorites July 23 1872, to Lancé and to Authon (Loir-et-Cher); by M. Daubrée
p. 499-503 Application of the métamorphisme météoritique to the study of the black crust of the gray meteorites. Note of M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 505-6 Demonstration, in the department of the Vienne, fireball that brought, July 23 1872, meteorites in district of Saint-Amand (Loir-et-Cher). Extracts of a communicated Letter to MR. Daubrée, by M. Jolly.
p. 588-90 Analyze lithologique of iron meteoric d' Atacama; first example of lines concrétionnés among the meteorites. Note of M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 655-59 On the various circumstances of the appearance of a fireball to the Rome vicinity and on ghosts stellaires. Letter of the P. Secchi to Mr. the constant Secretary
p. 717-20 Complement of observations on the exercise of the action filonienne in the meteorites; by M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 890-93 Characters of the produced crust on the rocks earthly by the atmospheric agents; comparison with the black bark of the gray meteorites; by M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 1547-52 Analyze lithologique of the meteorite of the Sierra of Chaco. Formation method of the logronite; Notes of M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 1676-78 On a fallen meteorite in the island of Java, prèe Bandong, December 10 1871, and offered to the Museum by Mr. the general Governor of Dutch India; Notes of M. Daubrée.
Volume 76; 1873
p. 107-11 Exercises of the mechanical actions in the star, today destroys, of or divert the meteorites; Notes of M. Stan. Meunier
p. 294-97 Description of an iron mass meteoric, of which one observed the fall in the south of l' Africa, in 1862, and Notice on the enstatite; Notes of M. L. Smith
p. 1280-82 Mineral determination of the Holosidères of the Museum. Note of M. St. Meunier
Volume 77; 1873
p. 463-65 M. Duubrée inform the academy that it received Mr. Nordenskiöld, the 7 of this month, a Letter containing observations on dusts blacken, with metallic iron, that it observed in the snow,
p. 643-46 Produces oxidation of irons meteorites; comparison with the earthly magnétites. Note of M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 1193-97 Iron mass discovered meteoric while digging a ditch. Observations on the molecular structure of iron meteoric. Iron solid Protochlorure in the meteorites; by M. J. Laurence Smith
Volume 78; 1874
p. 763-64 Chemical nature of the sulfurates iron (troilite) contained in iron meteorites. notes of M. Stan. Meunier
p. 978-980 Note on the dosage of the lime in waters meteorites; by M. H. Marie-Davy
p. 1237 The P. Denza done homage to the academy of a small pamphlet relating to the observations of the luminous meteors.
Volume 79; 1874
p. 276-77 note on a fallen meteorite, May 20 1874, in Turkey to Virba near Vidin; by M. Daubrée
p. 277-78 additional grade on the fall of meteorites that took time July 23 1872 in the district of Saint-Amand (Loir-et-Cher); by M. Daubrée
p. 1507-9 Analyze of a meteorite fallen in the province of Huesca, in Spain. Note of M. F. Pisani
p. 1509-11 Observations relating to the meteorite of Roda; by M. Daubrée
Volume 80; 1875
p. 301-4 Magnetic abnormality of iron sesquioxyde, prepared to the iron assistance meteoric. Memory of M. L. Smith. (Extract)
p. 1175 On a fall of fallen meteorites in the iowa state. Extracts of a Letter of M. G. Hinrichs à M. Berthelot.
p. 1451-54 Report on the fall of two rocks meteorites in the United States; by M. J. Lawrence Smith, de Louisville (Ky). (Extract.)
Volume 81; 1875
p. 84-87 Description and analyzes of an iron mass fallen meteoric in the county of Dickson (Tennessee); by M. Lawrence Smith.
p. 597-99 Note on two new meteorites of the deserted d' Atacama, and observations on the meteorites that were discovered so far in this party of southern america. Note of M. Domeyko.
p. 600 Relative observations has a communication of Mr. Domeyko, on the discovery of meteorites in southern america.
p. 661-63 Fall of a meteorite arising May 12 (30 April, old style) 1874, to Sevrukow, district of Belgorod, government of Koursk. Notice of M. Daubrée.
p. 710-11 On the date back to fall of the meteorites. By M. Ch. Sainte-Claire Deville.
p. 976-78 Troïlite; his true place minéralogique and chemical. Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith.
p. 1025 M. Daubrée, while presenting to the academy a new meteorite sample of the iowa state, expresss itself as it follows:
p. 1055-56 Crystallized Sulfhydrocarbure, coming from interior of an iron mass meteoric. Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith.
p. 1278-79 Notice relating to a Memory of Mr. Tschermak, on the geology of the meteorites; by M. Stan. Meunier.
Volume 82; 1876
p. 527 The combustions meteorites. Note of M. W. de Fonvielle. (Extracts by the author)
p. 949-55 Experiences done to explain the form alveoli round that presents very fréuemment the surface of the meteorites; by M. Daubrée.
p. 1042-43 Researches on the composites of pure carbon in the meteorites. Memory of M. J. Lawrence Smith (Extracts by the author)
p. 1505-7 On the observed arragonite to the surface of a meteorite. Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith
p. 1507 On the carbon combinations found in the meteorites. Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith
Volume 83; 1876
p. 28 M. de Lesseps Communicate to the academy the pieces of information that were transmitted for him on the observation done to Port-Saïd and to Suez of a luminous phenomenon that produced itself June 15 current one.
p. 76-78 Analyze comparative micrographique of corpuscles ferrugineux atmospheric and of detached fragments of the surface of the meteorites. Note of M. G. Tissandier
p. 162-63 Note on a fallen new meteorite March 25 1865, to Wisconsin (United States), and of which character is the same as the one of the meteorite of Meno; by M. L. Smith.
p. 242-43 Iron meteoric. Note of M. E. Yung.
p. 459 M. E. Ferrières signal it appearance of a fireball, ...
p. 862-63 Observation of a fireball, in the evening of November 5 1876' by M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 917-18 On an iron meteoric very rich in nickel, found in the santa-catharina province (Brazil). Note of MM. E. Guignet and G. Ozorio of Almedia
Volume 84; 1877
p. 66-72 Observations on the internal structure of one of the native iron masses of ovifak; by M. Daubrée.
p. 398-99 On three recent falls of rocks meteorites in the indiana, the Missouri and the Kentucky. Note of M. L. Smith,
p. 413-19 Physical and mechanical actions exercised by the incandescent and strongly compressed gasses, at the time of the combustion of the powder. Application therefore to certain type of the meteorites and fireballs; by M. Daubrée.
p. 478-81 On a metallic iron found to santa-catarina (Brazil). Note of M. A. Damour.
p. 482-85 Observations on native iron of Saint-Catherine, on the pyrrhotine and the magnétite that are associated for him; by M. Daubrée.
p. 497-500 Metals that accompany iron. Note of M. A. Terreil.
p. 526-31 Physical and mechanical actions exercised by the incandescent and strongly compressed gasses, at the time of the combustion of the powder. Application therefore to certain type of the meteorites and fireballs (Left second); by M. Daubrée.
p. 1085-86 Note on the Chemistry works to the school polytechnic of Rio-of-Janeiro. Extracts of a Letter of Mr. Guignet, presented by S. M. don Pedro d'Alcantara.
p. 1507-9 On nickel plated iron of Saint-Catherine to Brazil. Extracts of a Letter of M. Guignet à M. Daubrée.
Volume 85; 1877
p. 84-85 On nickel plated iron of Saint-Catherine. Note Mr. Lunay. (Extracts of a Letter address to M. Daubrée)
p. 115-22 Experiences, according to which ones forms it fragmentary of irons meteorites can be attributed to a rupture under the action strongly compressed gasses, such as those that originate explosion of dynamite; by M. Daubrée.
p. 253-59 Consequences to pull experiences done on the action of the gasses products by the destroys, comparatively to the meteorites and to various circumstances of them arrived in the atmosphere. Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 314-19 Experimental researches, done with the gasses products by the explosion of the destroys, on various characters of the meteorites and fireballs that bring them; by M. Daubrée (follows)
p. 451-54 Heat that can release the movement of the meteorites through the atmosphere. Note of M. G. Govi,
p. 678-81 Description of the rocks meteorites of Rochester, Warrenton and Cynthiana, that are that respectively fell the 21 December 1876, 3 January and 23 January 1877, with some remarks on the preceding falls of meteorites in the same region. Note of M. Lawrence Smith,
Volume 86; 1878
p. 450-53 Presence of magnetic, analogous sphérules to those of the atmospheric pousières, in rocks belonging to the anciennes periods geological. Note of MM. Stan Meunier and G. Tissandier. (Extract.)
p. 517-18 Imitation of the cupules and characteristic erosions that presents the surface of the meteorites, in an industrial operation, by the action of an air current quick on incandescent rocks. Note of M. Daubrée
p. 943-46 On the formation method of gap meteoric of Saint-Catherine (Brazil). Note of M. Stanislas Meunier. (Extracts by the author.)
p. 1433-34 On the big number of joints, the most perpendiculars between them, that divide iron meteoric of Saint-Catherine (Brazil). Note of M. Daubrée
Volume 87; 1878
p. 338-40 The new mineral meteoric, the daubréelite; his constitution; his frequency in irons meteoric. Note of M. Lawrence Smith
p. 674-76 On native iron Greeland and the basalt that the contains. Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith. (Extracts by the author.)
p. 855-87 Experimental researches on nickel plated irons meteorites; formation method of the syssidères meteorites. Memoir of M. Stan. Meunier. (Extracts by the author)
p. 911-916 Report on a Memoir of Mr. Lawrence Smith, relating to native iron of the Greeland and to the doléérite that the contains
Volume 88; 1879
p. 148-54 Researches on the reports of the spectral analysis with the ghost of the Sun; by M. J.-N. Lockyer.
p. 544-47 On a meteorite belonging to the group of the eukrites, fallen July 14 1845, in the commune of the Teilleul (Sleeve). Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 794-96 Experimental researches on the metallic grenailles of the meteorites sporadosidères. Memoir of M. S. Meunier. (Extracts by the author.)
p. 888-91 On crystals extracts of the bottom iron by the ether or the oil. Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith.
p. 924-25 Artificial reproduction of native carburized iron of Greeland. Note of M. S. Meunier.
p. 1124-25 Figure Widmannstætten on artificial iron. Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith.
p. 1219-20 Fall meteorites that had May 10 1879 in the emmet county (Iowa State). (Extracts of a Letter of M. G. Hinrichs to M. Daubrée.)
Volume 89; 1879
p. 215-19 Report on experimental researches of Mr. Stanislas Meunier, relating to nickel plated irons meteorite and to native carburized irons of the Greenland.
p. 325-30 Experimental researches on the action érosive of the gasses very compressed and strongly échauffés; application to the historie of the Meteorites and fireballs (follows). Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 597-98 On a meteorite sporadosidère fallen January 31 1879, at Bécasse , commune of Dun-le-Poëlier (India), by M. Daubrée.
Volume 90; 1880
p. 349-51 Production and crystallization of a silicate anhydrous (enstatite) in the presence of the water vapor to the ordinary pressure. Note of M. Stan. Meunier. (Extracts by the author)
p. 958-62 On the fallen meteorite, May 10 1879, close to estherville (Emmet County, Iowa, United States). Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith.
p. 1018 Mr. Daubrée., while presenting, from Mr. Demangé, Tables synoptiques manuscrites destined to do to see the daily and monthly distribution of the falls of meteorites, adds the following observations:
p. 1098-1101 On a dust rain observed, of the 21 to April 25 1880, in the departments of the Low alpes, isère and ain. Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 1460-62 New mineral météoritique, with a complement of informations to follow-up on the fall of observed meteorites in the Iowa. in May 1879. Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith.
Volume 91; 1880
p. 28-30 On a fallen meteorite November 26 1874 to Kerilis, maël-pesrtivien commune, district of Callac (Côtes-du-Nord). Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 30-31 On a fallen meteorite September 6 1841 in the vines of Saint-Christophe-la-Chartreuse, commune de Roche-Servières (Vendée). Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 197-98 Substances address to the Museum as meteorites, with which ones one confused them to wrong. Note of M. Daubrée.
Volume 92; 1881
p. 331-32 Examination lithologique and geological of the fallen meteorite October 13 1872 to the soko-banja vicinity, in Serbia. Memoir of M. Stan. Meunier. (extract)
p. 843-44 Magnetic abnormality of iron meteoric of Saint-Catherine. Note of M. J. Lawrence Smith.
p. 890-91 Artificial reproduction of the diabases, dolérites and meteorites to structures ophitique. Note de MM. F. Fouqué; and A. Michel Lévy, presented by M. Daubrée.
p. 933-35 On the production of an iron crystallized phosphure and feldspar anorthite, in the fires of the coal ones of Commentrry. Note of M. E. Mallard, presented by M. Daubrée.
p. 984-85 Fallen meteorite to Louans (Indre-et-Loire) January 25 1845 and of which falls it remained unpublished. Note of M. Daubrée.
Volume 93; 1881
p. 555-56 M. Daubrée presented to the academy a voluminous meteorite sample holosidère of Cohahuila (Mexico), said iron of Butcher.
p. 674-75 Synthetic experiences relating to the artificial reproduction of the meteorites. Note of MM. F. Focqué; and Michel Lévy.
p. 737-39 Péridot artificel produces in the presence of the water vapor, to the ordinary pressure. Note of M. St. Meunier.
p. 794-97 On the magnetic property of nickel plated iron of Saint-Catherine (brazil). notes of M. Henri Becquerel,
p. 1166-68 On the claimed organisms of the meteorites. Memoir of M. Carl Vogt, presented by M. Daubrée. (extracts by the author)
Volume 94; 1882
p. 1659-61 Determination lithologique of the estherville meteorite, Emmet County, Iowa (10 May 1879). Note of M. Stan. Meunier.
Volume 95; 1882
p. 609-10 Mr. Daubrée presenting to the academy it "Catalog of the collection of the meteorites of the historie Museum natural to the 1st July 1882", does the following observations:
p. 938-941 Contribution to the iron geological historie of Pallas. Note of M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 1176-79 Geological history of the syssidère of Lodran. Note of M. Stan. Meunier.
p. 1384-86 Analyze minéralogique of the thickened rock in the atacama syssidère. Note of M. Stan. Meunier.
Volume 96; 1883
p. 805-8 Fall of a meteorite to Alfianello, territory of Brescia (Italy). Note of M. Denza,
p. 866-869 Application essay of the theory cyclonic of Mr. Faye to the history of the primitive meteorites. Note of M. Stan. Meunier,
p. 1764-66 Meteorite charbonneuse fallen June 30 1880 in the republic Argentina, no far of Nogoga (province d'Entre-rios). Note of M. Daubrée.
Volume 97; 1883
p. 67-70 M. Daubrée, while depositing this Work on the Office of the academy, in the name of Mr. Hirn, presents the following personal observations:
p. 1022-23 On a meteorite ferrifère, fallen January 28 1833 to. Note of MM G. Lespiault and L. Forquignon,
p. 1449-50 Fall cosmic poussiéres. Note of M. E. Yung,
Volume 98; 1884
p. 323-24 Fallen meteorite to Grossliebenthal, close to odessa, the 7/19 November 1881. Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 1465-66 Fallen meteorite recently in persian, to Veramine, in the district of Zerind, according to a Communication of Mr. Tholozan; by M. Daubrée.
Volume 102; 1886
p. 96-97 Recently fallen meteorites in India the 19 February 1884 and 6 April 1885; by M. Daubrée.
p. 958-59 On the movements of the meteorites in the air. Note of M. Favé.
Volume 103; 1886
p. 682-6 Analyze of a cosmic dust fallen on the Cordilleras, close to San Fernando (Chile); by M. A.-E. Nordenskiöd.
p. 702-3 Meteorite found in a service industry lignite. Note of M. Gurlt,
p. 726-27 Meteorite fallen January 27 1886 in India, to Nammianthul, province of Madras. Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 837-40 Substance singuilière collected to the follows by a retrieved meteor to the lightning. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 848-50 Reminder of the observation of a matter incandescense, in fusion, fallen of a stormy cloud; to the occasion of the last one. Note Mr. St Meunier; by M. A. Trécul.
Volume 104; 1887
p. 193-94 The giovanite, cosmic new rock.
p. 872-73 Examination minéralogique iron meteoric of Fort-Duncan (Texas). Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 1771-72 Observations on the meteorite of Grazac; type blackens new that she represents; by MM. Daubrée and Stanislas Meunier.
p. 1813-14 On a swarm meteoric fallen, August 10 1885, to the vicinity of Grazae and of Montpelegry (Tarn). notes of M. Alfred Caraven-Cachin,
Volume 105; 1887
p. 203-5 Fallen meteorite March 19 1884, to djati-pengilon (island of Java). Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 987-88 Fallen meteorite the 18/30 August 1887 in Russia, å Taborg, in the government of perm. Note of M. Daubrée
p. 1038-39 The sidereal evolution. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier,
p. 1095-97 The meteorites and the spectral analysis. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier
p. 1145 Fallen meteorite to Saigon; by M. J. Delauney
p. 1291-95 Fall October 25 1887, to than-duc, of a meteorite that appears to have disappeared to the follows by a ricochet. Note of M. Delauney.
Volume 106; 1888
p. 38 Fallen meteorite September 22 1887 to phûû-long, binh-chanh (Cochinchine). Note of M. Daubrée.
p. 1679-82 Diamondiferous fallen meteorite the 10/22 September 1886, in Russia, to nowo-urei, government of Penza. Note of MM. Ierofeieff and Latchinoff,
p. 1703-8 Hypothesis of Lagrange on the origin of the comets and aèrolithes; by M. H. Faye.
Volume 107; 1888
p. 834-36 On the mutual reports of the meteorites and shooting stars . Note of M. Stanislas Meunier (Extract)
p. 896-97 Mr. Daubrée presents to the academy, from S. Mr. dom Pedro, Associated foreigner, the photograph of a polite fragment of iron meteoric or holosidère of Bendego (Brazil).
p. 1016-18 Determination lithologique of the meteorite of fayette County, Texas. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier. (Extract)
Volume 108; 1889
p. 151-54 Photograph faces of Widmanstaetten. notes of M. H. Morize
p. 762-63 On the eagle meteorite Station, new specimen of brahinite. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 930-31 Meteorite holosidère discovered inside the ground in Algeria, to Haniel-el-Beguel; by M. Daubrée.
p. 1028-29 Remarkable deterioration of iron meteoric of San Francisco del Mezquital. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
Volume 109; 1889
p. 206-7 Determination lithologique of the meteorite of San Emigdio Arranges, California. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 725-27 note of M. Daubrée Accompanying the presentation of a descriptive Catalog of the Mexico meteorites, composed by Mr. Antonio del Castillo.
p. 875-78 Analyze phu-hong meteorite; notice on the type limerickite. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier. (Extract)
p. 976-78 Analyze meteorite of Migheï (Russia); presence of a non signaled combination so far in the meteorites. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
Volume 110; 1890
p. 18-24 Analogies of diamond gisement, on one hand, in the refuges of southern Africa; on the other hand, in the meteorites; by M. Daubrée.
p. 59 The transportation of the meteorite of Bendego, by M. Daubrée
p. 871-73 Examination lithologique and geological of the meteorite of Jelica (Serbia). Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
Volume 111; 1890
p. 296-300 On iron meteoric of Magura, Arva (Hungary); by MM. Berthelot and Friedel.Letter to M. Daubrée.
Volume 112; 1891
p. 450 The relation of a fall of meteorites dating back to the year 1774, by M. Greg Stefanesco.
p. 818-20 Artificial reproduction of the daubreelite. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
Volume 113; 1891
p. 234 Document relating to the trajectory followed by the ensisheim meteorite in 1492; by M. H.-A. Newton.
Volume 114; 1892
p. 812-14 On native iron of Canyon Diablo. Note of M. Mallard.
p. 814 M. Daubrée present some observations following the Communication of M. Mallard.
Volume 115; 1892
p. 531-33 Recently fallen meteoric to Hassi Iekna, in Algeria. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 1037-41 On the existence of the diamond in iron meteoric Canyon Diablo. Note of M. C. Friedel.
Volume 116; 1893
p. 218-24 On the preparation of the carbon under a strong pressure; by M. Henri Moissan
p. 288-90 Study of the meteorite of Canyon Diablo. Note of M. Henri Moissan.
p. 290-91 On iron meteoric of canyon Diablo; by M. C. Friedel.
p. 345-47 Observation on the conditions that appear to have presided to the formation of the meteorites, by M. Daubrée.
p. 409-10 Geological remarks on irons météoritiques diamondiferous. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 447-50 Examination minéralogique and lithologique of the meteorite of Kiowa, Kansas. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 677-78 Notice on native iron of ovifak and on the asphalt of the crystalline rocks of Sweden. extracts of a Letter of M. Nordenskiöld to M. Daubrée.
p. 1151-53 On iron meteoric augustinowka (Russia). Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 1269-71 Researches on ovifak iron. Note of M. Henri Moissan.
Volume 117; 1893
p. 257-58 On two Turkish meteorites recently succeeded in the history Museum natural. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
Volume 118; 1894
p. 320-26 New experiences on the reproduction of the diamond. Note of M. Henri Moissan.
p. 807-9 On the employment of the polishing in the study of the structure of the metals. Note of M. Osmond
p. 1418-20 Preliminary notice on an inverse kind of the rocks meteorites common. Note of M. G. Hinrichs
Volume 119; 1894
p. 500-1 On the fall of the fireballs and fallen aérolithes recently in Greece. Note of M. C. Maltézos
Volume 120; 1895
p. 1049-50 On the argon and helium. Extracts of a letter of M. Ramsay to M. Berthelot.
Volume 121; 1895
p. 483-86 Study of some meteorites. Note of M. Henri Moissan
Volume 122; 1896
p. 640-41 Brief examination of the fallen meteorite to Madrid February 10 1896. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
p. 681-82 On the fallen meteorite April 9 1894 close to Fisher (Minnesota). Note of M. N.-H. Winchell
p. 683 On the fireball of 10 February 1896. Extracts of an addressed Letter of Madrid to Mr. Tisserand by M. Miguel Merino.
Volume 123; 1896
p. 113-15 The diamonds of the steel. Note of M. Rossel
Volume 124; 1897
p. 716-22 Preparation of the carbide iron by direct union of the metal and carbon. Note of M. Henri Moissan.
p. 1543-44 Observation on a French meteorite of which falls it, arising to Clohars in 1822, remained unnoticed. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
Volume 125; 1897
p. 436-39 On the separation electrolytic nickel and cobalt of with iron. Application to the dosage of the nickel in the steels. notes of M. O. Ducru,
p. 894-97 On some special circumstances that appear to have accompanied the fall of a meteorite April 9 1891 to Indarck, in Transcaucasie. Note of M. Stanislas Meunier.
Volume 128; 1899