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Contents of JProcRSNSW, Vol. 6, 1872.

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William Branwhite Clarke,
Anniversary address. Expedition to New Guinea. Diamond fields of Bahia and of South Africa. Gold fields. Tin and copper. Opals.
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 6: 1-66, 1872.

Carl Adolph Leibius,
1. On an improved method of separating gold from argentic chloride, as obtained in gold-refining by chlorine gas,
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 6: 67-70,1872.

Carl Adolph Leibius,
2. Remarks on the fallacy of a certain method of assaying antimony ores given by some manuals of assaying.
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 6: 71-72, 1872.

Carl Adolph Leibius,
3. Remarks on tin ore, and what may appear like it.
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 6: 73-74, 1872.

George Milner Stephen,
4. On Australian gems.
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 6: 75-82, 1872.

Henry Chamberlain Russell,
5. Astronomical notices.
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 6: 83,1872.

Henry Chamberlain Russell,
6. On the coloured cluster stars about Kappa Crucis.
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 6: 84-96, 1872.

Archibald Liversidge,
7. On the Deniliquin meteorite.
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 6: 97-103, 1872.

Christopher Rolleston,
8. Statistical review of the progress of New South Wales in the last ten years -- 1862-1871
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 6: 105-123, 1872.

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