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March Meeting, 1881. The King's Missive; Expedition against Carthagena; Celebration of Russian Victories; Rev. Dr. Freeman's Discourse; The King's Missive; Letter of Mr. John G. Whittier; Letter of Dr. George E. Ellis; Note by Dr. George E. EllisRobert C. Winthrop, George E. Ellis, Fitch Edward Oliver, Ellis Ames and Henry W. Foote
A Copy of a Letter from John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S. to Dr. Linnaeus, F. R. S. &c. With the Figure and Characters of That Elegant American Evergreentree, Called by the Gardiners the Loblolly-Bay, Taken from Blossoms Blown Near London, and Shewing That It is not an Hibiscus, as Mr. Miller Calls It; Nor an Hypericum, as Dr. Linnaeus Supposes It; But an Intire New Genus, to Which Mr. Ellis Gives the Name of GordoniaEllis, J.
An Account of the Heat of the Weather in Georgia: In a Letter from His Excellency Henry Ellis, Esq; Governor of Georgia, and F. R. S. to John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S.Ellis, H.
A Copy of a Letter from John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S. to Dr. Linnaeus, F. R. S. &c. With the Figure and Characters of That Elegant American Evergreentree, Called by the Gardiners the Loblolly-Bay, Taken from Blossoms Blown Near London, and Shewing That It is not an Hibiscus, as Mr. Miller Calls It; Nor an Hypericum, as Dr. Linnaeus Supposes It; But an Intire New Genus, to Which Mr. Ellis Gives the Name of GordoniaJohn Ellis
An Account of the Heat of the Weather in Georgia: In a Letter from His Excellency Henry Ellis, Esq; Governor of Georgia, and F. R. S. to John Ellis, Esq; F. R. SHenry Ellis
Addendum to “Stable compounds containing heavier group 15 elements in the +1 oxidation state” by Ellis and Macdonald [Coord. Chem. Rev. 251 (2007) 936]B.D. Ellis, C.L.B. Macdonald
Pathological prognostic factors in breast cancer. I. The value of histological grade in breast cancer: experience from a large study with long-term follow-up. C. W. Elston & I. O. Ellis. Histopathology 1991; 19; 403–410 : AUTHOR COMMENTARYC W Elston, I O Ellis
Albert Ellis' personal responses to the Survey of Rational-Emotive TherapistsRicks Warren, Robert W. McLellarn, Albert Ellis
A Response to Lee M. Ellis’s Editorial: A Perspective on Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy in Colorectal Cancer: The Race Between Surgical Technology and Molecular OncologyOmgo E. Nieweg, Lee M. Ellis
RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY AFTER ELLIS: PREDICTIONS FOR THE FUTUREStephen G. Weinrach, Albert Ellis, Raymond DiGiuseppe, Michael E. Bernard, Windy Dryden, Howard Kassinove, G. Barry Morris, Ann Vernon, Janet Wolfe
CONFIRMING THE OPERATIONAL DEFINITIONS OF EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT KNOWLEDGE IN ELLIS (2005): Responding to IsemongerEllis, Rod, Loewen, Shawn
Comments on R. Ellis's "Current Issues in the Teaching of Grammar: An SLA Perspective": The Author Replies: A Balanced Perspective: Replying to SheenRod Ellis
Comments on R. Ellis's "Current Issues in the Teaching of Grammar: An SLA Perspective": The Author RepliesRod Ellis
Response to the comments on “In vivo monitoring of skeletal aluminium” by Ellis et al., J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem., Articles, 124 (1988) 85K. J. Ellis
The breeding migration of Littorina arcana Hannaford Ellis, 1978 (Prosobranchia: Littorinidae)CELIA J. HANNAFORD ELLIS
Response from Ellis, Young, Quayle and de PauwH.D. Ellis, A.H. Quaylea, A.W. Young, K.W. de Pauw
Information storage and retrieval systems: Origin, development and applications : A.S. Pollitt, Chichester: Ellis Horwood Limited, 1989. 175 pp. ISBN 0 7458 0698 8. £29.95D. Ellis
O-71 Rescoring of grade and re-evaluation of the Nottingham Prognostic Index (NPI) using components of Elston Ellis grade and adding lympho-vascular invasionR.W. Blamey, G.R. Ball, A.H.S. Lee, S. Bianci, A. Green, B. Hornmark-Stanstam, T. Kuukasjarvi, S. Pinder, F. Rank, I.O. Ellis
145 A rescoring of Elston-Ellis Grade improves prognostic discrimination and consistencyR. Blamey, B. Hornmark-Stenstam, S. Bianchi, T. Kuukasjarvi, S. Pinder, F. Rank, G. Ball, I. Ellis
X. Memoir upon the King's Jewel-House, with an Account of the ancient Rights of its Master and Treasurer, by Sir Gilbert Talbot, Knt.: Communicated by Henry Ellis, Esq. F.R.S. in a Letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Aberdeen, K. T. PresidentEllis, Henry
XXV.—Copy of an Historical Document, printed by Machlinia, dated in 1475: communicated in a Letter to the President, from Sir Henry Ellis, SecretaryEllis, Henry
On the Nature of the Gorgonia; That It is a Real Marine Animal, and Not of a Mixed Nature, between Animal and Vegetable. By John Ellis, Esq. F. R. S. in a Letter to Daniel Solander, M. D. F. R. S.Ellis, J.
The Copy of a Letter from John Ellis, Esq; F.R.S. to Mr. William Aiton, Botanic Gardener to Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales, at Kew, on a New Species of Illicium Linnaei, or Starry Aniseed Tree, Lately Discovered in West FloridaEllis, J.
Observations on a Particular Manner of Increase in the Animalcula of Vegetable Infusions, with the Discovery of an Indissoluble Salt Arising from Hemp-Seed Put into Water Till It Becomes Putrid. By John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S.Ellis, J.
A Letter from John Ellis, Esquire, F. R. S. to the President, on the Success of His Experiments for Preserving Acorns for a Whole Year without Planting Them, so as to be in a State Fit for Vegetation, with a View to Bring Over Some of the Most Valuable Seeds from the East Indies, to Plant for the Benefit of Our American ColoniesEllis, J., Aiton, W.
Extract of a Letter from John Ellis, Esquire, F. R. S. to Dr. Linnaeus, of Upsal, F. R. S. on the Animal Nature of the Genus of Zoophytes, Called CorallinaEllis, J., Woulfe, P.
An Account of the Actinia Sociata, or Clustered Animal-Flower, Lately Found on the Sea-Coasts of the New-Ceded Islands: In a Letter from John Ellis, Esquire, F. R. S. to the Right Honourable the Earl of Hillsborough, F. R. S.Ellis, J.
A Letter from John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S. to the President, on the Coluber Cerastes, or Horned Viper of EgyptEllis, J.
A Supplement to the Account of an Amphibious Bipes; By John Ellis, Esq; (Art. XXII.) Being the Anatomical Description of the Said Animal, by Mr. John Hunter, F. R. S.Ellis, J., Hunter, J.
On the Nature and Formation of Sponges: In a Letter from John Ellis, Esquire, F. R. S. to Dr. Solander, F. R. S.Ellis, J.
An Account of the Sea Pen, or Pennatula Phosphorea of Linnaeus; Likewise a Description of a New Species of Sea Pen, Found on the Coast of South-Carolina, with Observations on Sea-Pens in General. In a Letter to the Honourable Coote Molesworth, Esq; M. D. and F. R. S. from John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S. and Member of the Royal Academy at UpsalEllis, J.
An Account of an Encrinus, or Starfish, with a Jointed Stem, Taken on the Coast of Barbadoes, Which Explains to What Kind of Animal Those Fossils Belong, Called Starstones, Asteriae, and Astropodia, Which Have been Found in Many Parts of This Kingdom: In a Letter to Mr. Emanuel Mendes da Costa, F. R. S. By John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S.Ellis, J.
An Account of the Male and Female Cochineal Insects, That Breed on the Cactus Opuntia, or Indian Fig, in South Carolina and Georgia: In a Letter from John Ellis, Esq; to Peter Wych, Esq;Ellis, J.
An Account of Some Experiments Relating to the Preservation of Seeds: In Two Letters to the Right Honourable the Earl of Macclesfield, President of the Royal Society. From John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S.Ellis, J.
The Method of Making Sal Ammoniac in Egypt; As Communicated by Dr. Linnaeus, from His Pupil Dr. Hasselquist, Who Had Been Lately in Those Parts: By John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S.Linnaeus, Dr., Ellis, J.
An Account of the Plants Halesia and Gardenia: In a Letter from John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S. to Philip Carteret Webb, Esq; F. R. S.Ellis, J.
An Account of a Red Coral from the East-Indies, of a Very Singular Kind: In a Letter from Mr. John Ellis, F.R.S. to Mr. Peter Collinson, F.R.S.Ellis, J.
Remarks on Dr. Job Baster's Observationes de Corallinis, &c. Printed above, p. 258. In a Letter to the Right Honourable George Earl of Macclesfield, President of the R. S. from Mr. John Ellis, F. R. S.Ellis, J.
Remarks upon the Letter of Mr. John Ellis, F. R. S. to Philip Carteret Webb, Esq; F. R. S. Printed in the Philosophical Transactions, Vol. xlix. Part ii. p. 806. By Mr. Philip Miller, F. R. S.Ellis, J., Miller, P.
An Account of Several Rare Species of Barnacles. In a Letter to Mr. Isaac Romilly, F. R. S. from John Ellis, Esq; F. R. S.Ellis, J.
An Account of a Curious, Fleshy, Coral-Like Substance; In a Letter to Mr. Peter Collinson, F. R. S. from Dr. John Albert Schlosser, M. D. F. R. S. with Some Observations on It Communicated to Mr. Collinson by Mr. John Ellis, F. R. S.Schlosser, J. A., Ellis, J.
A Letter from Mr. John Ellis, F. R. S. to Philip Carteret Webb, Esq; F. R. S. Attempting to Ascertain the Tree That Yields the Common Varnish Used in China and Japan; to Promote Its Propagation in Our American Colonies; And to Set Right Some Mistakes Botanists Appear to Have Entertained concerning ItEllis, J.
Observations on a Remarkable Coral-Line, in a Letter from Mr. John Ellis to the Rev. Thomas Birch, D. D. Secret. R. S.Ellis, J.