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1. Lieut. Macpherson's Report upon the Khonds of the
Districts of Ganjam and Cuttack. Calcutta, G. H.
Huttmann, Bengal Military Orphan Press, 1842 . .
2. Various Official Documents (hitherto unpublished).
1. Papers on subjects connected with the duties of the
Corps of Royal Engineers. Vol. II., London 1838.
(On Hurricanes, by Lieut. Col. Reid, R. E.) .
2. An attempt to develope the LAW OF STORMS by means
of facts, arranged according to place and time; and
hence to point out a cause for the variable winds,
with the view to practical use in Navigation, illus-
trated by charts and wood cuts. Second edition,
with additions. By Lieut. Colonel W. Reid, C. B.,
F. R. S. (of the Royal Engineers.) London 1841. ib.
3. An Enquiry into the nature and course of Storms in
the Indian Ocean, south of the Equator, with a view
of discovering their origin, extent, rotatory charac-
ter, rate and direction of progression, barometric de-
pression, and other concomitant phenomena: for the
practical purpose of enabling ships to ascertain the
proximity and relative position of hurricanes; with
suggestions on the means of avoiding them. By
Alexander Thom, Surgeon 86th, (Royal County
4. Journal of the Asiatic Society, (Ten Memoirs on Storms,
5. The Horn-Book of Storms for the Indian and China
Seas. By Henry Piddington, Sub-Secretary to the
Asiatic Society, and Curator of the Museum of Eco-