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EDWARD NEWMAN, F.L.S., MEMB. IMP. L.-C. ACAD.
Ye field flowers ! the gardens eclipse you, 'tis true,
For ye waft me to summers of old,
BALFOUR, J. H., M.D., F.L.S.
Ísland of Arran, 998; Botanical
Characters of the Natural Order Sola- BAXTER, THOMAS
Udora Canadensis in the Valley of
the Severn, 1101
BABINGTON, C. C., M.A.
Observations on Udora Canadensis,
Neighbourhood of St. Andrews,
On the Ergotism of Grasses, 977
Rosa hibernica in Cumberland, New
Hampshire Plants, observed in
August and September, 1853,
cant, 892; On the Classification
and Nomenclature of Ferns, 1033
Coniferæ, as shown by the Effects A Descriptive List of the British Rubi,
817 ; Account of the Mosses and
Lichens of the Malvern Hills,
863 ; Supplementary Account of
the British Rubi, with Remarks
GREVILLE, Dr. R. K.
LEHMANN, Dr. C.
Revision of the Genus Nymphæa, 952
LINDSAY, W. LAUDER, M.D.
Dyeing Properties of Lichens, 867,
Season, 845 ; Remarks upon Po-
lystichum aculeatum, 971
LOFTUS, W. K.
Remarkable Formation of a Stein-root
in a Willow, 913
M’NAB, DR. G.
Cultivation of Victoria regia in Ja-
toc in the Arctic Regions, 856 Palms, Bamboos, and Pines on the
MATHEWS, W., JUN.
Plants found in North Wales, 874;
Agrimonia odorata in Hampshire,
masses of Crystalline Matter, in Notes on the Rarer Plants occurring
the interior of a living Oak-tree, in the Neighbourhood of the Es
945 tuary of the Taw and Torridge, REYNOLDS, RICHARD North Devon, 785; Lilium Py- Asplenium viride at Danny, 946 renaicum pear Littlebam Bottom, SALTER, DR. T. Bell and Dianthus Armeria near Bide Effects of the Mildness of the present ford, 1028
Season, 847 MILLER, HUGH
SCHOMBURGHK, SIR R. H. On Bothrodendron, Ulodendron, Stig On the Forest-trees of British Guiana, maria, &c., and restoration of
and their uses in Naval and Civil Spbenopteris elegans, 1038
Architecture, 849 MOORE, THOMAS, F.L.S.
SEEMANN, Berthold, M.I.L.C. Ac., &c. Asplenium viride in a Quasi-sponta The Natural History of the Cedron, 946
neous state near Brighton, 842; SELLER, DR.
Hymenæa Courbaril, 1074
On the Stellate Bodies occurring in MORE, A. G.
the Cells of Freshwater Algæ, Effects of the late Mild Weather, 874
945 NEWMAN, EDWD., Mem. Imp. L.-C. Acad. SOLLITT, J. D. Suminski's Theory of the Reproduc On the Diatomaceæ found in the Vition of Ferns, 813; Gymnogram
cinity of Hull, 1107 ma leptophylla in the Channel SPIERS, A. G. Islands, 914, 973 ; Asplenium Notice of the Production of Cones, in viride at Danny, 915; Pseuda
1851, on Pinus Lambertiana, 1073 thyrium alpestre and P. flexile, STRACHEY, JOHN the latter first characterized, 974; Measurement of Trees in Gurhwal Inquiry respecting the Medicinal
and Kemaon, 1073 Uses of Ferns, 976 ; Claytonia STRICKLAND, the late H. E. perfoliata, 982 ; Trichomanes Report on the Vitality of Seeds, 1146
speciosum in Ireland, 1136 SYME, J. T. NUTTALL, MR.
Localities for Plants near London in On the Insects causing the Potato
1852, 859; Remarks on Plants Disease, 895
sent to the Botanical Society of OLIVER, DANIEL, JUN., F.L.S.
London in 1852, 933 Structure of Peptas carnea, 809; On Tanner, WILLIAM
the Melampyrum montanum of Gymnogramma leptophylla in ScotDr. Johnston, 1078; Carex punc
land, 816 tata in Ireland, 1095; Agrimo- TATE, GEORGE R. nia odorata in Kerry, 1096; Note Asplenium germanicum, &c., at Kyon Pyrola rotundifolia, var, are
loe Crags, Northumberland, 909 naria, 1119
THOMPSON, J. H. Penney, W.
Worcestershire Species of Lepidium, On a Medicinal Lobelia from Peru, 978
970 PERRY, W. G.
TRIMMER, REV. KIRBY Lastrea Thelypteris in Warwickshire, Udora Canadensis and Potamogeton 1135
trichoides in Norfolk, 1144 PIQUET, J.
VARENNE, E. G. Aceras anthropophora, &c., in Jersey, Botanical Notes and Observations on 1135
Plants observed in Essex, during PRICE, DR. ASTLEY P. .
the year 1852, 1109 Sulphide of Calcium as a Remedy for VIZE, John E. the Grape Disease, 1104
Lastrea rigida near Bath, 1101 PURCHAS, W. H.
WARD, N.B., F.R.S., L.S., &c. Epilobium virgatum, 971 ; Epilobi. A few Notes on the Botany of Jersey, um Lamyi, 1012
including a List of Additions to QUEKETT, PROFESSOR
Mr. Babington's Primitiæ FloOn the Presence of a Fungus, and of
ræ Sarnicæ,' by M. Piquet, 1090