Bibliography of John Gwyn Jeffreys

Author & date of last revision: Pryce Buckle on 13 November 2009

By Anders Warén

Extracted from Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Special Publication 1, Marine Mollusca described by John Gwyn Jeffreys, with the location of the type material, pp.5–10, by Anders Warén
1830. A synopsis of the testaceous pneumonobranchous Mollusca of Great Britain. Trans. Linn. Soc. Lond.16: 323–392.
1833. A supplement to the synopsis of the testaceous pneumonobranchous Mollusca of Great Britain. Trans. Linn. Soc. Lond.16: 505–523.
1836. Ubersicht der Luftathmenden Schnecken Grossbritanniens. Isis Jena. (1836): 339–345.
1839. A list of the marine Mollusca taken during a few days stay at Oban in Argyllshire, in the autumn of 1838.Malac. conch. Mag. 2: 23–46.
1841. A list of testaceous Mollusca collected in the Shetiand Isles during a few days residence there in the autumn of this year and not noticed by Dr. Fleming in his "History of British Animals" as indigenous to that country. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. 8: 165–166.
1842. Results of deep dredging. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. 10: 237.
1845. Notice of the raised beaches on the western coast of Rosshire. Q. Jl. geol. Soc. Lond. 1: 217.
1847a. Descriptions and notices of British shells. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. 19: 309–314.
—b. Additional notices of British shells. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. 20: 16–19.
1848a. On the recent species of Odostomia, a genus of gasteropodous mollusks inhabiting the seas of Great Britain and Ireland. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 2: 330–351.
—b. Notices of British Shells. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 2: 351.
British Mollusca. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 1: 239–240.
1849a. Notice of some Mollusca recently taken by George Barlee, Esq. off Lerwick and exhibited at the meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science Sept. 1849. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 4: 299–300.
On rare and recent British shells. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1848): 71.
On the recent species of Odostomia. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1848): 79.
1850a. Supplementary notes on British Odostomiae. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 5: 108–110.
On some rare Mollusca. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1849): 78.
1851. Note on the Chemnitzia gulsonae of Clark. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 7: 27–28.
On Chemnitzia and other Molluscs in answer to Mr. Clark. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 7: 465–469.
1855. Note on Swiss Mollusca. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 15: 20–34.
Notes on the descent of glaciers. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 16: 122–124.
Notes on British Foraminifera. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 16: 209–212.
Shropshire Mollusca. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 16: 464.
1856a. On the marine Testacea of the Piedmontese coast. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 17: 155–188.
—b. Further notices of Piedmontese Mollusca. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 17: 271–272.
—c. Note on the genus Scissorella. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 17: 319–322.
Notes on British Foraminifera. Q. Jl microsc. Sci. 4:173–175.
Notes sur les foraminiferes Britanniques. Institut. 24: (1166): 169–170.
Notes on British Foraminifera. Proc. Roy. Soc. 7: 485–488.
On Scissurella and Schissmope. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 17: 470–471.
Cyclas lacustris, Draparnaud. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 18: 74.
Note on Clausilia plicatula and C. mortilleti. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 18: 185–186.
A last word on Scissurella. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 18: 188–189.
Contribution to the conchology of France. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 2, 18: 471–472.
1858a. Gleanings in British conchology. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 1: 39–48.
—b. Gleanings in British conchology. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 2: 117–133.
1859a. Further gleanings in British conchology. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 3: 39–48. 3: 30—43.
—b. Further gleanings in British conchology. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 3: 106–120.
—c. Additional gleanings in British conchology. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 4: 189–201.
Notes on British Mollusca in answer to Mr. William Clark’s remarks on "Gleanings in British Conchology". Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 3: 496–499.
A list of Testacea found in dredged sand from the Turbot Bank near Belfast Bay. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1858): 284– 288.
Sur le distribution géographique des Mollusques recents et fossiles. J. Conch., Paris. 7: 269–273.
Observation faites par M. J. G. Jeffreys sur l’animal du Skenea nitidissimaJ. Conch., Paris. 7: 361–364.
1860a. A synoptical list of the British species of Teredo with a notice of the exotic species;. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 6: 121–127.
—b. Sur le mollusque designé par MM Forbes & Hanley sous le nom de Skenea nitidissima. J. Conch., Paris. 8: 108–111.
Note in answer to Mr. Clark’s remarks on Lepton sulcatulum. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 5: 131–132.
Remarks on Mr. McAndrews "Note on the comparative size of marine Mollusca in various latitudes of the European seas". Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 5: 197–200.
On the origin of species. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 6: 152.
Notice of an undescribed peculiarity in Teredo. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 6: 289–291.
On the Mollusca of the Upper Hartz. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 6: 348–350.
Sui testacei marini delle Costa del Piemonte. Traduizione Capellini. Genova. 87 pp.
1861a. Report of the results of deep sea dredging in Zetland with a notice of several species of Mollusca new to science or to the British Isles. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 8: 297–299.
On a presumed cause of failure in oceanic telegraphy and on the existence of animal life at great depths in the sea. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 7: 254–255.
Obituary notice of George Barlee Esq. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 8: 507.
On the Corbicula (or Cyrena)fluminalis geologically considered. Q. Jl. geol. Soc. Lond. 17: 473–475.
Buccinum undatum with two opercula. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1860): 117.
On British teredines or shipworms. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1860): 117–119
List of British marine invertebrate fauna. London.
1862. British Conchology. I. J. van Voorst, London. CXIV + 341 pp.
On the animal of Zonites excavatus. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 10: 76.
On a British species of Limopsis, now living in the British seas with remarks on the genus. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 10: 343–346.
On an abnormal form of Cyathina smithii. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1861): 146–147.
Report of the results of deep sea dredging in Zetland with a notice of several species of Mollusca new to science or to the British Isles. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1861): 178–180.
Preliminary report on the best mode of preventing the ravages of Teredo and other animals in our ships and harbours. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1861): 200.
1863. Notice of an ancient seabed and beach near Fort William. Inverness-shire. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1862): 73–76.
On a species of Limopsis now living in the British seas with remarks on the genus.Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1862): 108.
On a specimen of Astarte compressa having its hinge-teeth reversed. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1862): 108.
Report of the committee for dredging on the north and east coasts of Scotland.Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1862): 371–373.
1864a. British Conchology. II. J. van Voorst, London. 479 pp. [The title page is dated 1863, but according to Martens, 1866, Zool. Rec., p. 232, it was actually issued 1864.]
—b. Report of the committee for exploring the coasts of Shetland by means of the dredge. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1863): 70–81.
The upper Tertiary fossils at Uddevalla in Sweden. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1863): 73–79.
Remarks on Stilifer. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 14: 321–334.
1865a. British Conchology. III. J. van Voorst, London. 394 pp.
—b. Further report on Shetland dredgings. Rep. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1864): 327–342.
Remarks on Stilifer, a genus of quasiparasitic mollusks with particulars of the European species S. turtoni. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1864): 99.
On the occurrence of certain fossil shells in the sea-bed adjoining the Channel Isles. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1864): 179–180.
1866a. Description of a new species of Montacuta. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 18: 396–397.
Note on the genera Amphipeplea and Assiminea. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 17: 309.
Report on dredging among the Hebrides. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 18: 387–395.
Report of the committee appointed to explore the marine fauna and flora of the south coast of Devon and Cornwall. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1865): 51–56. [With T. Hincks, J. Couch, et at.]
Mollusques terrestres recuellis dans le département de l'Yonne. Auxerre Bull. Oc. Sci. 20: XVIII–XX.
Report on dredging among the Channel Isles. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1865): 1–3.
Notice of the occurrence of certain fossil shells in the seabed adjoining the Channel Islands.Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1865): 62–63.
1867a. British Conchology. IV. J. van Voorst, London. 487 pp.
—b. Description of a new species of Rissoa from Madeira. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 19: 435.
—c. Report on dredging among the Hebrides. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1866): 186–193.
—d. Fourth report on dredging among the Shetland Isles. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 20: 247–255.
Deep sea life in the ocean. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3, 19: 63.
Observations sur la catalogue des coquilles marines des côtes de l’Espagne et des isles Baleares de M. Hidalgo. J. Conch.,Paris 15: 228–231.
Observations on the bathymetrical and geographical distribution of marine invertebrate animals. Am. J. Conch. 3: 26–32.
Report on dredging among the Hebrides. Geol. Mag. 4: 32–34.
Report on Dredging among the Shetland Isles. Geol. Mag. 4: 554.
1868. Last report on dredging among the Shetland Isles. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 2: 298–316.
Dredging among the Shetland Isles. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 2: 387–388.
Reports on dredging. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 2: 448–449.
Fourth report on dredging among the Shetland Isles.Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1867): 431–437. [With T. Hincks, J. Couch, et al.]
Report of the committee appointed to explore the marine fauna and flora of the south coast of Devon and Cornwall. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1867): 275–287. [With T. Hincks,J. Couch, et al.]
1869a. British Conchology. V J. van Voorst, London. 259 pp.
On some British fresh water shells. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 4: 341–342.
Last report on dredging among the Shetland Isles. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1868): 232–247.
The deep-sea dredging expedition in H.M.S. Porcupine. Nature, Lond. 1:135–137, 166–168.
Food of Oceanic animals Nature,Lond. 1:192.
1870a. Mediterranean Mollusca. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 6: 65–86. [July.]
—b. Norwegian Mollusca. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 5: 438–448. [June.]
—c. Preliminary report of the scientific exploration of the deep sea in H. M. surveying vessel Porcupine during the summer of 1869. Proc. Roy. Soc. 18: 397–492. [Together with W. B. Carpenter and W. Thompson.]
The late professor Michael Sars of Christiania. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 5: 71–72.
Food of oceanic animals. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 5: 141–145.
Spatangus meridionalis Risso.Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 5: 146.
Mediterranean Mollusca. No. 2. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 5: 457–458.
A new British land shell. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 5: 385.
Helix personata Lamarck. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 6: 423.
The late professor Michael Sars of Christiania. Nature, Lond. 1: 265.
Food of oceanic animals. Nature, Lond. 1: 315.
Report of the committee appointed to explore the marine fauna and flora of the south coast of Devon and Cornwall. 3. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1869): 84–91.
(On the formation of chalk continuing into the present time.) [Exact title not known.] Athenaeum, Oct. 22nd, 1870. [vol. and pp. not known.]
Japanese sea shells. Nature, Lond. 1: 383–384.
Ocean currents Nature, Lond. 3: 48.
New British shells. Science Gossip. 6:130–131.
1871a. Report on deep sea researches carried out during the months of July, August and September 1870, in H.M. surveying-ship Porcupine. Proc. R. Soc.19: 146–220.
Remarks on newer Tertiary fossils in Sicily and Calahria. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1870): 76–77.
On a Pentacrinus (P. wyville-thomsoni) from the coasts of Spain and Portugal. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1870): 119.
On the adult form in the genera Cypraea and Ringicula and in certain species of the genus Astarte. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 7: 245.
Glass globes. Nature, Lond. 3: 307.
Report on deep-sea researches carried on during the months July, August, and September, 1870, in H.M. surveying ship Porcupine. Nature, Lond. 3: 334–339, 334—339, 415–417, 454–457. [With W. B. Carpenter.]
1872a. The Mollusca of Europe compared with those of eastern North America. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 10: 237–247.
List of shells from the lower boulder clay of Dawpool. Q. Jl geol. Soc. Lond. 28: 391.
List of remarkable shells from the Tripoli coast. In: Carpenter, 1872, see References below.
The Molluscs of St. Helena. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 9: 262–264.
Generi e specie della Fam. Solaridae vivente nel Mediterraneo e fossili nel terrano pliocenico italiano per N. Tiberi con remarks de J. Gwyn Jeffreys. Bull. Mal. Ital. 5: 31–48.
Waldheimia septigera and Terebratella septata identical. Canad. Nat. 66: 368.
The Mollusca of Europe compared with those of Eastern North America. Nature, Lond. 6: 364.
A few remarks on submarine explorations, with reference to M. Delesse’s work entitled “Lithologie du fond des Mers”. Nature, Lond. 6: 424.
1873. A few remarks on submarine explorations with reference to M. Delesse’s work entitled “Lithologie du fond des mers’. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1872): 115.
On the Mollusca of Europe compared with those of eastern North America. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1872): 137.
On the Mollusca of Europe compared with those of eastern North America. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1872): 302–311.
Reply to Professor Verrill’s "Remarks on certain errors in Mr. Jeffrey’s article on the Molluscs of Europe compared with those of eastern North America". Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 11: 375–377.
1874a. Some remarks on the Mollusca of the Mediterranean. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1873): 111–116.
The Mollusca of Europe compared wish those of eastern North America. J. Conch., Lond. 1: 8–16.
On some species of Japanese marine shells and fishes which inhabit also the North Atlantic. J. Linn. Soc. Zool. 12: 100–109. [The list of fishes is by A. Günther.]
On additions to British Molluscs, and notices of rare species from deep water off the western coast of Ireland. Nature, Lond. 10: 390.
1875. Submarine cable fauna. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 15: 169–176. (With A. M. Norman. Jeifreys contributing pp. 169–170.)
Note on the so-called Crag of Bridlington. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1874): 83–87.
—a. Description of Rissoa subcylindrata. Q. Jl geol. Soc. Lond. (1875): 52–53.
1876a. Preliminary report of the biological results of a cruise in H.M.S. Valorous to Davis Strait in 1875. Proc. R. Soc. 25: 177–130. (sic.)
—b. New and peculiar Mollusca of the Pecten, Mytilus and Arca families, procured in the Valorous expedition. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 18: 424–436. [November.]
—c. New and peculiar Mollusca of the Kellia, Cyprina and Corbulafamilies procured in the Valorous expedition. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 18: 490–499. [December.]
On some new and remarkable north Atlantic Brachiopoda. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 18: 250–253.
List of Molluscs collected by the Rev. A. E. Eaton at Spitzbergen during the third vovage of B Leigh Smith, Esq. Stel. Pol. in the Greenland Sea. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 18: 499–500.
Report ofthe committee on the Biological Station of Naples. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1875): 18—24. [With T. H. Huxley, P. L. Sclater, et al.]
1877a. New and peculiar Molluscs of the order Solenoconchia procured during the Valorous expedition. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 19: 153–158.
—b. New and peculiar Molluscs of the Patellidae and other families of Gastropoda procured in the Valorous expedition. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 19: 231–243.
—c. New and peculiar Molluscs of the Eulimidae and other families of Gastropoda as well as of the Pteropoda procured during the Valorous expedition. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 19: 317–339.
—d. Notes on the Molluscs. In: Feilden, H. W. 1877. The post-Tertiary beds of Grinell Land and North Greenland. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 20: 489–494.
Helix villosa Draparnaud. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 19: 199–200.
Vertigo Moulinsiana. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 19: 432.
John Leckenby. (Obituary.) Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 19 : 436.
The post-tertiary fossils procured in the late Arctic expedition with notice of some of the recent or living Mollusca from the same expedition. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 4, 20: 229–242.
The biological results of a cruise in H.M.S. Valorous to Davis Strait in 1875. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1876): 147.
Deep sea Mollusca. Nature, Lond. 16: 323–327.
The post-Tertiary fossils procured in the late Arctic expedition; with notes on some of the recent or living Molluscs from the same expedition. Nature, Lond. 16: 378.
1878. Notes on some British land and fresh water shells. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 2: 377–382.
On the Molluscs procured during the Lightning and Porcupine expeditions. I. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. (1878): 393–416.
Report of the committee appointed for the purpose of enquiring into the possibility of establishing a close time for the protection of indigenous animals. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1877): 207–208. [With H. F. Barnes, C. S. Bate, et al.]
The post-Tertiary fossils procured in the late Arctic expedition. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1877): 72.
Biology. Address. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1877): 81–87.
The Norwegian Arctic Expedition. Nature, Lond. 17: 568.
1879a. On the Molluscs procured during the Lightning and Porcupine expeditions. II. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. (1879): 553–588. [October.]
Notes on Colonel Montagu’s collection of British shells. J. Conch., Lond. 2: 1–4.
Notice of some shells dredged by Capt. St. John, RN., in Korea Strait. J. Linn. Soc. 14: 418–423.
On some of the Molluscs procured during the artic expedition of the Fox in 1858–59. Proc. R. Ir. Acad. 2: 125–128.
Notes to the position of the genus Seguenzia among the Gastropoda. J. Linn. Soc. 14: 605–606.
Report of the committee appointed for the purpose of arranging with Dr. Dohrn for the occupation of a table at the Zoological station at Naples. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1878): 149–152. [With A. G. Dew-Smith, T. H. Huxley, et al.]
Report of the committee appointed for the purpose of enquiring into the possibility of establishing a close time for the protection of indigenous animals. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1878): 146–149. [With H. F. Barnes-Lawrence, C. S. Bate, et al.]
1880a. The deep sea Mollusca of the Bay of Biscay.Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 6: 315–319. [October.]
—b. Additional list of the deep sea Mollusca of the Bay of Biscay. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 6: 374–375. [November.]
—c. On a new species of Chiton lately found on the British coasts.Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 6: 33–35.
Note on Argiope capsula. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 6: 406–407.
On the northern species of Buccinum. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 6: 423–425.
On the occurrence of marine shells of existing species at different heights above the present level of the sea. Q,. Jl. geol. Soc. Lond. (1880): 351–355.
President’s address. Trans. Herts. nat. Hist. Soc. Fld. Club. 1: 1–4.
President’s address. Trans. Herts. nat. Hist. Soc. Fld. Club. 1: 86–96.
Report of the committee .... indigenous animals. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1879): 165. [With H. F. Barnes-Lawrence, C. S. Bate, et al..]
Report of the committee .... Naples. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1879): 165–171.
Further remarks on the Mollusca of the Mediterranean. Nature, Lond.22: 452, 477.
The French deep-sea exploration in the Bay of Biscay. Nature, Lond. 22: 468–470.
1881a. On the Molluscs procured during the Lightning and Porcupine expeditions. III. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. (1881): 922–952.
Deep-sea exploration. A lecture. J. van Voorst. London. 20 pp.
Deep sea exploration. Nature, Lond. 23: 300–302, 324–326.
A few remarks on the species of Astarte. J. Conch., Lond. 3: 233–234.
Report of the committee .... indigenous animals. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1880): 257. [With H. F. Barnes-Lawrence, C. S. Bate, et al..]
Report of the committee .... Naples. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1880): 161–169. [With M. Foster, G. Rolleston, et al.]
The French exploration of the Bay of Biscay. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1880): 378–387.
Further remarks on the Mollusca of the Mediterranean. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1880): 601–602.
Dutch Molluscs. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 8: 446–447.
1882a. On the Molluscs procured during the Lightning and Porcupine expeditions. IV Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. (1881): 922–952.
—b. Black Sea Mollusca. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 10: 425–427.
—c. Notes of the Mollusca procured by the Italian exploration of the Mediterranean in 1881. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 10: 27–35.
On the Scottish zoological station. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1881): 177–178. [With M. Foster, G. Rolleston, et al.]
Report of the committee .... Naples. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1881): 178–188. [With M. Foster, G. Robinson, et al.]
Report on the Mollusca. In Tizard & Murray: Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinb. 9: 680–682.
The Italian exploration of the Mediterranean . Nature, Lond. 27: 35.
1883a. On the Mollusca procured by the Lightning and Porcupine expeditions. V. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. (1882): 656–687.
—b. On the Mollusca procured by the Lightning and Porcupine expeditions. VI. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. (1883): 88–115.
—c. Mediterranean Molluscs, No. 3, and other Invertebrata. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 11: 393–401.
—d. Mediterranean Molluscs. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 12: 67.
—e. On the Molluscs procured during the cruise of H.M.S. Triton, between the Hebrides and Faeroes in 1882. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. (1883): 389–399.
—f. Notes on the Mollusca in the Great International Fisheries Exhibition, London 1883, with the description of a new species of Pleurotoma. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 12: 116–120.
The "Crag Mollusca". Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 5, 12: 143.
On the Scottish zoological station. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1882): 282. [With M. Foster, Pye-Smith, et al.]
Helix pomatia. Nature, Lond. 28: 31.
Geology of Cephalonia. Nature, Lond. 28: 199.
Professor Nilsson. (Obituary.) Nature, Lond. 29:172.
1884a. On the Mollusca procured by the Lightning and Porcupine expeditions. VII. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. (1884): 111–149.
On the Mollusca procured by the Lightning and Porcupine expeditions. VIII. Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. (1884): 341–372.
—a. List of shells from the basement clay at Bridlington Quay. Q. Jl geol. Soc. Lond. 11: 319–322.
Notes on Brocchi’s collection of Subappenine shells. Q. Jl. geol. Soc. Lond. 11: 28–34.
The French deep-sea expedition of 1883. Nature, Lond. 29: 216–217.
On the Scottish zoological station. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1883): 233–234. [With Pye-Smith, M. Foster, et al.]
Chalk and "the origin and distribution of deep sea deposits" Nature, Lond. 30: 215–216.
1885a. On the Mollusca procured during the Lightning and Porcupine expeditions.IX. Proc. zoo1. Soc. Lond. (1885): 27–63.
On the concordance of the Mollusca inhabiting both sides of the North Atlantic and the intermediate seas. Rep. Br. Ass. Advmt. Sci. (1884): 551–555.
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1870. "Malacologia del Mar Rosso" by Issel, 1869. Nature, Lond. 2 : 83.
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1871. "Echinides du Départment de la Sarthe, considerés au point de vue zoologique et stratigraphe" by Cotteau & Triger, 1855–69. Nature, Lond. 4: 120.
1871. Dall’s Brachiopoda of the United States Coast Survey. "Report on the Brachiopoda obtained by the United States Coast Survey Expedition in charge of L. F. de Puortales. with a revision of the Craniidae and Discinidae. Bull. Mus. comp. Zool. for 1871" by W. H. Dall. Nature, Lond. 4: 238–239.
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1879. "La conchiglie Pompeiane" by N. Tiberi, 1879.Nature, Lond. 20: 624.
1880. New Zealand molluscs. "Manual of New Zealand Mollusca" by Hutton. 1880.Nature, Lond. 23: 7–8.
1882. "Land and freshwater Mollusca of India, Part 1." by Godwin-Austen. 1882. Nature, Lond. 26: 53–54.
1882. "Die Gastropoden der Meeres-ablagerungen der ersten und zweiten miocänen Mediterran-stufe in der Oesterreichisch-ungerischen Monarchie" by Hörnes & Auinger. Lief. 1, 2, 3. 1879–1882. Nature, Lond. 26: 149–150.
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1883. "Den Norske nord-havs-expedition, 1876—1878. VIII. Zoologi. Mollusca. I. Buccinidae" by Friele, 1882. Nature, Lond. 27: 457–458.
1883. "Die Weich-und Schaltiere gemeinfasslich dargestellt" by von Martens, 1883. Nature, Lond. 28: 148.
1883. “Inconographie der schalentragenden europäischen Meeresconchylien" by Kobelt. Heft 1. 1883. Nature, Lond. 28: 224.
1884. North American Mollusca. "A review of the non-marine fossil Mollusca of North America" by White, 1883.Nature, Lond. 30: 99.
1884. "Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Liasischen Brachiopodenfauna von Südtyrol und Venetien" by H. Haas, 1884. Nature, Lond. 30: 192.