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Cupuliferæ Javanicæ, 63.

284; On Venezuelan Woods, 359;
Cussonia, 297 ; C. Barteri, 299; Publishing on Venezuelan Plants,
Kirkii, 299.

304.
Cutler, Miss, Obituary of, 238. Erysiphe horridula, 98.
• Cybele Hibernica,' 160, 333, 361. Esparto Grass, 240.
Cypripedium candidum, Dimerous Euphorbia Caracasana, Poisonous Pro-
Flowers in, 378.

perties of, 284; E. palustris in
Cystodictyon, 72; C. Leclancherii, 72. Sussex, 178.
Cystopus spinulosus, 108.

Euphorbiaceæ, De Candolle's Pro-

dromus, vol. xv. 387.
Dalzell, N. A., On Moringa, 94. Eupiper, 161.
Darlingia, 268.

Exhibition, International Horticul-
Darwin, C., Portrait of, in Bennett's tural, 31, 64, 128.
Men of Eminence,' 272.

Exotic Plants about London in 1865,
De Candolle, A., elected President of by H. Trimen, 147.

Botanical Congress, 31 ; Inaugural
Address at the Botanical Congress, Fagus Forest in New England, Aus-
184; Degrees from Oxford and tralia, 123.
Cambridge, 239; Le Diamètre d'un Fecundation of Lupinus polyphyllus,
Sequoia, 203 ; 'La Vie et les Écrits 36.
de Sir W. Hooker,' 234; “Prodro Ferdinandia, 123.
mus,' xv. 2, ii. 387.

Fernandoa, 123.
De Candolle, C., 'Mémoire sur la Fa Ferns British and Foreign,' by J.
mille des Piperacées,' 336.

Smith, 235; On the Affinity of,
-, Piperaceæ Novæ, 132, by J. Smith, 306 ; Some Remarks
161, 210.

on the Classification of, by H. F.
Defoliation, On the parts involved in Hance, 253.

the Process of, by W.R. M‘Nab, 95. Ficus stipulata, 54; pumila, 54.
Diatrype syngenesia, 99.

Flora of Devon and Cornwall,' J. W.
Diatrypella quercina, 99.

N. Keys, 381 ; of Gloucestershire,
Dickson, A., On the Phylloid Shoots by St. Brody, 121 ; of High Wy-

of Sciadopitys verticillata, 203, combe, by J. Britten, 160; of Ire-
224.

land, 201; of Middlesex, prepa-
-- On the Staminal Ar tion of, by Trimen and Dyer, 64 ;
rangements in Potentilla and Nut of the Shetland Isles, by R. Tate,
tallia, 273, 368.

2 ; of Sussex, proposed by Mr.
Didymoplexis, On, by S. Kurz, 40. Helmsley, 92; Vitiensis, 128, 335.
Diplodia Æsculi, 109; Rubi, 109. Foliicolous Sphæriæ, 241, 300.
Diseases in Plants in connection with Foster, Ancient Trees below the sur-
Epidemics, 159.

face at Hull, 310, 316.
Double Flowers and Variegated Foli Fraser, P. N., 'British Ferns and

age not occurring together, 60. their Varieties,' 361.
Dublin, Natural History Society of,96. Frond-cells of Lemna and Wolffia, by
Dyer, W. T., on Arenaria montana, G. Gulliver, 375.
*178; Trinen and Dyer engaged on Fungi, British, Decades of, 27; Exsic-
a Flora of Middlesex, 64.

cati Brit., by M. C. Cooke, 386;

observed during 1865, by W. G.
Earley, W., On Wall-fruit Trees, 205. Smith, 129.
Edinburgh, Botanical Society of, 94,
159, 240, 368.

Galium elato-verum, 76; vero-elatum,
Epiphanes, 40.

76.
Erica Tetralix in America, 59.

Garovaglio, Della Distribuzione dei
Ernst, A., On Papaya vulgaris, 81; · Licheni di Lombardia,' 125.
Some Remarks on the Poisonous

'Sui più recenti Sistemi
Properties of Euphorbia Caracasana, | Lichenologici, etc., 125.

171.

bury, 178.

Garovaglio, Tentamen Dispositionis | Hance, H. F., Remarks on the Modern

Meth. Lichenum in Longobardia,' tendency to Combine Species, 84.
125.

- Stirpium Novarum Tetras,
Gasparini, Death of, 393.
Gastrodia, 40.

- On the Classification of
Gastrolobium oxylobioides, 240.

Ferns, 253.
Gelonium æquoreum, 173.

Handbook of the British Flora,' by
Genera of Plants,' by R. A. Salis. G. Bentham, 360.

Hardy, J., On Leucojum vernum, 88.
German Naturalists, Meeting post Harvey, W. H., Obituary of, 236.
poned, 271.

Heather, On the Newfoundland, 305.
Gerrard, W. T., Death of, 367. Hederacex, Revision of Natural Order
Gibelli, 'Sugli Organi riproduttori del of, by B. Seemann, 293, 352.
genere Verrucaria,' 125.

Hedycaria, A new Fijian, by A. Gray,
Gloucester Plants, 304.

83; H. dorstenioides, 83.
Goeppert on the Arrangement of Al. | Heer, O., On the Miocene Flora of
pine Plants in Gardens, 205.

Greenland, 310.
Palæontology and our Bo- Hemsley, W. B., On Euphorbia pa-
tanic Gardens, 205.

lustris in Sussex, 178.
Gomphonema in Conjugation, 178.

- Proposed Flora of
Gray, Asa, A New Fijian Hedycaria, Sussex, 92.
83.

Hendersonia Corni, 110; Robiniae,
- On Regular Dimerous 109; Rose, 109; Sarmentorum,
Flowers in Cypripedium candidum, 110.
378.

Henessy, H., On the probable Cause
Gray, J. E., On Anadyomene and of the existence of North European

Microdictyon, with the description Flora in the West of Ireland, 309.
of three new allied Genera, 41. Hermann, Count, Botanical Journey

- Additional Notes on to Portugal, 63.
Anadyomene and Microdictyon, Heteropanax, 297.
with indications of a new genus Hibberd, s., On the Naming of
Macrodictyon, 291.

Plants, 205.
--- On Phyllactidium, 223. Hieracium præcox, Nova Floræ Bri.

- Additional Note on Phyl. tannicæ Planta, by C. H. Schultz-
lactidium, 370.

Bipontinus, 223.
-- On Wolffia arrhiza, 263. Hildebrand, On Insect Agency in the
Grayemma, 45, 49; G. Menziesii, 51. Fertilization of Corydalis cava, 206.
Greenland, Miocene Flora of, 310. Hogg, J., On the Ballast Flora of
Greville, New Diatoms from the Pa Durham and Northumberland, 309.
cific, 240.

Hooker, J. D., Degrees from Oxford
Greville, R. K., Obituary of, 238. and Cambridge, 239.
Grimmia subsquarrosa, 231; commu-

- On Island Floras, 309.
tata, 232.

- Report of Kew Gardens
Grove, W., Inaugural Address at the for 1865, 151. -
British Association, 307.

Hooker, Sir William, 'La Vie et les
Gulliver, G., Pollen-grains of certain Écrits de,' by A. De Candolle, 234.
Ranunculaceæ, etc., 281.

Hookerian Herbarium, Petition for
On the Frond-cells of its Purchase, 92.
Lemna and Wolffia, 375.

Horticulture, The Advantages of, to
Gymnosporia Harlandi, 171.

Botany, 185.
Gymnostomum paucifolium, 38. Howard, J. E., Analysis of Cinchona,

21.
Hance, H. F., On a few Critical, Little

- The Present state of
known, or otherwise Interesting our Knowledge of the Species of
Plants, 51.

Cinchona, 200.

Howlett, H., On Night-covering and | Lemna, Frond-cells of, 375; Root-

Shading of Plant and Forcing sheaths of, 377; L. arrhiza, 219.
Houses, 202.

Lenné, P. J., Death of, 93.
Hulle, Von, Rational Method of Lepidium Draba found at Burntis-
Pruning, 206.

land, 240 ; Introduction into Bri-

tain, 261 ;- from Norfolk, 368.
Iceland, Plants from, Jardin, E., 94. Lepidodendron and Calamites, On
Insect Ravages on Forest Trees, 160. the Structure and Affinities of, 337,
Inula, Schultz-Bip. on, 34.

368.
Inula salicina an Irish Plant, by Dr. Leucojum vernum, a probable British
Moore, 33.

Plant, 88; in Dorset, 123; as a
Ireland, Climate, Flora, and Crops of, British Plant, by J. C. Mansell,
201.

209.
Irish Plants, by F. Naylor, 95. Lichenology, Contributions to British,

Part II., by I. Carroll, 22.
Jardin, E., Plants from Iceland, 94. Lindley, J., Herbarium, purchased by
Jones, T., On SaxicolarVerrucariæ,158. the Cambridge University, 128.

- Library, bought by the Hor-
Kew Gardens, Official Report for 1865, ticultural Society, 93.
151.

- - and Moore, 'The Treasury
Keys, J. W. N., ‘Flora of Devon and of Botany,' 62.
Cornwall,' 381.

Lindsay, W.L., On Diseases of Plants
Kickx, Les Questions de Physiologie in connection with Epidemics in

spécialement Appliquées à la Cryp Man and Animals, 159.
togamie, 206.

- -Plants of Otago, 226,
Koch, R., On some Propositions with

391.
regard to Systematic Botany, 201. List of British Ferns and their Va-
Kotschy, Death of, 336.

rieties,' by P. N. Fraser, 366.
Krelage, On the Names of Garden | Liriogamæ, 179.
Varieties, 203.

Liverpool Naturalists' Journal, 335.
Kurz, S., On Didymoplexis, 40. Lotus corniculatus and L. major,

Pollen-grains of, 281.
Lahaye, Sur la Conservation des Lowe, J., On the Flora of Lynn,
Fruits, 206.

240.
Lauracex, On the Floral Envelopes of, Lowe, Rev. R. T., Exploration of the
by B. Clarke, 204.

Cape Verdes, 157.
Lascelles, A. R. W., 'A Treatise on Lupinus polyphyllus, On the Fecun-
Coffee,' 30.

dation of, by Rev. W. A. Leighton,
Lawson, C., On Esparto Grass, 240. 36.
Leaves, Development of, by W. R.
M'Nab, 159.

M‘Nab, J., On raising varieties of
Lecoq, De la Migration des Plantes Ferns from Spores, 368.
des Montagnes, 202.

M‘Nab, W. R., On Defoliation, 95.
Sur la Culture et la Mode

On Development of
d'Emploi du Colchique Bizantin, Leaves, 159.
202.

- On the Selaginellas
Leighton, Rev. W. A., preparing a cultivated in the Royal Botanic
Synopsis of British Lichens, 32. Gardens, Edinburgh, 392.

- On Fecunda Macrochloa tenacissima, 240.
tion of Lupinus polyphyllus, 36. Macrodictyon, 292; M. clathratum,

- New Locality 292.
for Scheuchzeria palustris, 306. Macropanax, 293.

- Thirteenth Macropiper, 134.
Fascicle of his Lichenes Brit. Exsicc. Macrosporium heteronemum, 116.
ready, 367.

Maly, J., Obituary of, 93.

Mansell, J. C., On Leucojum vernum, | Moringa, Observations on, by N. A.
209.

Dalzell, 94.
‘Manuel de la Flore de Belgique' F. Moritz, C., Death of, 304.
Crépin, 300.

Morren, E., Sur les Fleurs doubles,
Markham, C. R., Cinchona in Ceylon, 206.
95, 240.

Sur l'Influence du Gaz
- On Cinchona Culti d'Éclairage sur la Végétation, 203.
vation in India, 310.

Mosses, Distribution in Britain, 354.
Marlborough College Natural History Mudd, W., • Monograph of British

Society, Report for 1865, 1866, 335. Cladoniæ,' 90.
Mas, Sur les Nouvelles Variétés d’Ar Mueller, F., Droughts in Australia,
bres à fruit, 206.

28.
Massaria eburnea, 101.

- Vegetation of the Chat-
Masters, M. T., On the Corona of ham Islands, 32.
Narcissus, 265.

- On the Vegetation of the
-- Double Flowers, 206. Great Australian Bight, 120.
Martins, C., Notice of ‘Du Spitzberg

- Ona Fagus Forest in Aus-
au Sahara,' 32.

tralia, 123.
Megacarpæa polyandra, 199.

- Cultivation of Cinchona
Mentha Javanica, 54.

in Southern Europe, 206.
Mettenius, G. H., Obituary of, 388.

- On the Tree-Vegetation
Microdictyonemeæ, 65.

of Australia, 267.
Microdictyon, 41, 65; M. Calodictyon,

- On Callitris Parlatorei,
68; Krausii, 69; Montagnei, 69; 267; On Darlingia, 268.
tenuius, 69, 291 ; Velleyanum, 68, Müller, J., Monograph of the Eu-
291.

phorbiaceæ, De Candolle's Prodro-
Microsphæria comata, 98.

mus, vol. xv. 387.
Milne, W.G., Letter from, 94; Death
of, 272.

Narcissus, Corona of, 169, 265.
Mitchell, W. S., On the Leaf-bed at / Natural History Review discontinued,

Alum Bay, Isle of Wight, 310, 63.
314.

Natural History Society of Dublin,
Moggridge, J. T., On Monstrosities 96.
in Ophrys insectifera, 167.

Naylor, F., On Asplenium Petrarchæ,
Mogyridge, M., A New Station for 94; On Irish Plants, 95.
Wolffia arrhiza, 263, 309.

Nectria punicea, 101.
- On the Zones of Coni. Newfoundlaud Heather, 305.
feræ on the Maritime Alps, 309. Norman, F. M., Effects on the Opera-
Monstrosities in Ophrys insectifera, tor by Poisoning Plants in a Herba-
by J. T. Moggridge, 167.

rium, 240.
Monstrosity in Ophrys aranifera, by | Nothopanax, 293.
W. G. Smith, 168.

Nova Acta,' New Volume of, 304.
Montagne, J. F. C., Death of, 64. Nuttall, T., On a new Species of Tacca,
Moore, Dr., On Inula salicina, 33. 261.

- and A. G. More, Cy- | Nuttallia cerasiformis, Staminal Ar-
bele Hibernica,' 333, 361.

rangements in, 273.

-- On the
Climate, Flora, and Crops of Ire Oldham, R., Obituary of, 239.
land, 201.

Ophrys aranifera, Monstrosity in, 168;
Moore, Lindley and, The Treasury of O. insectifera, Monstrosities in, 167.
Botany,' 62.

Orchella Wood, 95.
More, A. G., Dr. Moore and, 'Cybele Otago, New Zealand, Plants collected
Hibernica,' 333, 361.

in, by W. L. Lindsay, 226.
-- On Climate Oudemans, C. A. J. A., Annotationes
of Ireland, 201.

in Cupuliferas Javanicas, 63.

Paine, J. A., On Scolopendrium vul. | ruscicola, 115; Sambuci, 116; Vi-
gare in New York, 356.

ciæ, 115.
Papaya vulgaris, by A. Ernst, 81. Piperaceæ Nove, by C. de Candolle,
Parlatore, F., 'Le Specie di Cotoni,' , 132, 161, 210.
206, 268.

Piper aculeatum, 216; androgynum,
Passiflora, Fruits of, grown at Jar- | 165; arthantopse, 161; Birmani-
dine Hall, 392

cum, 163; Rogolense, 214; Boivini,
Peperomia acutifolia, 142; adscen 164; bullosum, 165 ; calceolarium,

dens, 140; Andinacea, 134; Ban 217; cinereum, 214; confusum,
groana, 134; Boivini, 146; Bot 211; cordatum, 213; cordulatum,
terii, 145; Caledonica, 135; car 217; Cubense, 163; decurrens,
diophylla, 141; Carlosiana, 140; 215; Fendlerianum, 213; fistulo-
Casapiana, 146; Casaretti, 141 ; sum, 212; Francovilleanum, 219;
Chiliensis, 144; Choroniana, 141 ; glanduligerum, 215; Griffithii, 166 ;
ciliosa, 144 ; ciliaris, 144 ; cordu hirtellum, 218; inæquale, 217;
lata, 137; Cubensis, 142; decur Kappleri, 213; lenticellosum, 167;
rens, 143 ; defoliata, 138; diffusa, Leonense, 166 ; Lessertianum, 164;
133; Dominicana, 146; Fernando Lindenianum, 218; montanum,
poiana, 134 ; fragrans, 140; Fra 214; multiplinervium, 214; otto-
seri, 134; glabra, 143; Guadalou niæfolium, 213; ovale, 166; pa-
pensis, 139; Hoffmannii, 133; chystachyon, 216; Panamense, 216;
Jamesoniana, 137; lævis, 139; lan pedicellare, 211; pedicellatum, 164;
ceolato-peltata, 136; lanceolata, pedunculatum, 162; petiolare, 212;
145 ; linearis, 145; lignescens, 137; petiolatum, 161 ; propinquum, 167;
Lyalli, 140; Macræana, 145; Ma. Quitense, 163; rugulosum, 211;
thewsii, 144; Mascharena, 135 ; Sagoti, 162; Seemannianum, 164;
Miqueliana, 138; Moulmeiniana, singulare, 161; Spruceanum, 216 ;
140; muscophylla, 133; nana, 135; subflavum, 210; subfuscum, 217;
olivacea, 146; ovato-peltata, 132; subulatum, 165; Tigerianum, 300;
parvifolia, 133; patula, 139; pe Tiguanum, 218, 300; Teguenda-
dunculata, 146 ; petiolaris, 138; nense, 215; Trianæ, 162; trigonum,
Pichinchæ, 144; piperea, 143 ; pro 212; Venezuelense, 216; verrucu-
cumbens, 141 ; pseudo-dependens, losum, 215; vestitum, 166; Victo-
137; reptans, 143 ; San-Carlosiana, rianum, 218; villosum, 212.
138; septuplinervia, 142; serpens, Piperoides, 161.
136; Sprucii, 133; subpeltata, 136 ; Pithecolobium Saman, 390.
subrotundifolia, 136; succulenta, Plantago alpina, 15, 94.

142; sylvestris, 142; Tarapotana, Plymouth, Some uncommon Plants
- 137; Trianæ, 135; Venezuelania, near, 287.

139; villosa, 135 ; Weddellii, 135. Pods, Explosion of, with a Report,
Phanerogamous Plants, A New Ar 89.
rangement of, by B. Clarke, Podosphæra clandestina, 97; Kunzei,
379.

97.
Phoma glandicola, 108; Petiolorum, Poisonous Properties of Euphorbia
109.

Caracasana, by A. Ernst, 284.
Phyllactidium, A Genus of Algæ, new | Pollen-grains of certain Ranunculacex,

to the British Flora, by J. E. Gray, and of Lotus corniculatus and L.
223; Additional Note on, 370; pul major, by G. Gulliver, 281.
chellum, 368.

Pollichia, notice of the 25th Anniver-
Phyllodictyon, 65, 69; pulcherri sary, 32.
mum, 70.

Pollinia eriopoda, 173.
Phyllomania, 26.

Polygala, a new species from China,
Phyllosticta Atriplicis, 115; Cirsii, by H. F. Hance, 117; P. cyanolo-

i15; Cytisi, li5; Elysini, 116, 1 pha, 117.
limbalis, 116; primulcola, 116; | Polyporus terrestris, 131.
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