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JProcRSNSW 1866-

Contents of JProcRSNSW, Vol. 2, 1868.

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George Robarts Smalley,
Opening address. The utility of this Royal Society.
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 2: 1-12, 1868.

George Robarts Smalley,
1. On the value of earth temperatures,
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 2: 12-15, 1868

Johann Ludwig Gerard Krefft,
2. On the improvements effected in modern museums in Europe and Australia,:
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 2: 15-25, 1868

Alfred Roberts,
3. On the hospital requirements of Sydney,
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 2: 25-51, 1868

William Branwhite Clarke,
4. On the causes and phenomena of earthquakes, especially in relation to shocks felt in New South Wales, and in other provinces of Australasia,
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 2: 51-86, 1868

John Smith,
5. On the water supply of Sydney,
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 2: 86-96, 1868

Christopher Rolleston,
6. On the results of wheat culture in New South Wales for the last ten years,
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 2: 96-102, 1868

Edward Samuel Bedford,
7. Remarks on the dry earth system of conservancy,
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 2: 103-107, 1868

Alfred Roberts,
8. On pauperism in New South Wales, past, present and future,
Transactions of the Royal Society of New South Wales 2: 107-120, 1868

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