ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS.
Adams, LIONEL E.
sex, 449; Red-necked Phalarope
The Lesser Shrew, 103; Bank Vole near St. Leonards, 449
in Kent, 427
Briggs, C. A.
APLIN, O. V., M.B.O.U.
Supposed breeding of the Crested
On Birds observed in South Wales, Lark in Kent, 451
BUCKNILL, J. A.
ARCHIBALD, CHARLES F.
The Birds of Surrey, 193; Quail in
Young Pewits and Pheasants swim- Surrey, 448
ming, 272; Nesting habits of the BUTLER, A. G., Ph.D., F.L.S.
Curlew, 274; Nesting habits of Palæornis rosea breeding in con-
the Oystercatcher, 275.
finement, 230; Supposed hybrid
ARYISTEAD, J. J.
between Blackbird and Thrush,
Wood Pigeons nesting near the 233
BUTLER, Lt. Col. E. A.
BARING, Hon. CECIL
Early laying of Cuckoos, 229; Fear-
An expedition to the Salvage lessness of the Spotted Wood-
BARRETT-HAMILTON. G. E. H.
BUTTERFIELD, W. C. J. RUSKIN
The Irish Stoat distinct from the Cuckoo's egg in Wren's nest, 228;
British species, 124; The Irish Increase of the Hawfinch in Sus-
Hare turning white in winter, sex, 273; The imitative faculty
in birds, 303; The Lesser Tern
BARRINGTON, R. M., LL.D., F.L.S. at Dungeness and Pett, 306; The
Nesting of the Goldcrest, 448
rate of fight in birds, 377; The
BENSON, Rev. CHARLES W., M.A.
autumnal movements of Swal.
Song of the Cirl Bunting, 231 ; lows, 379; Kestrel taking young
Nightingale singing in July, Pheasants, 450
CAMERON, ALLAN GORDON
BENSON, JOHN, M.A.
The Raven on Sheep Farms,
Ornithological notes from Norway, 191
CAMBRIDGE, Rev. O. P., M.A., F.R.S.
BLAGG, E. W. H.
Yellow-tailed Squirrels, 103; Black-
Manx Shearwater in Carnarvon. bird marked like Ring Ouzel,
shire, 188; Marten in Cumber 111; Jack Snipe in Dorsetshire
in May, 231
BOULENGER, G. A., F.R.S., F.Z.S. CARTER, THOMAS
On the variations of the Viper in The Sanderling in Australia, 235
CHARBONNIER, H. F.
BOWLES, E. AUGUSTUS, M.A., F.E.S. Shore Lark and Black Redstart in
Boar-fish at Teignmouth, 194
BRADSHAW, GEORGE W.
CHRISTY, MILLER, F.L.S.
Ornithological notes from Sussex, Albino Weasel, 19
25; Great Northern Diver at CLARKE, WILLIAM J.
Hastings, 68; Thick-knee in Dotterel at Scarborough, 307; Com.
Sussex in winter, 68; Richard. mon Seal at Scarborough, 347;
son's Skua at Hastings, 432; | Ray's Sea Bream at Scarborough,
Broad-billed Sandpiper in Sus 436