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MUS. COMP. ZOOL
LIBRARY

NOV 23 1949

HARVARD
UNIVERSITY

ERRATA ET ADDENDA.

PAGE Vi., LINES 19, 21, 23.-For "M.B.I.O.U." read "M.B.O.U. (Member of the British Ornithological Union)."

PAGE 39.-Add to the footnote: "The highest altitude of Oldbury Camp has since been ascertained, on the authority of the Ordnance Survey, to be 615 feet."

PAGE 47.-Add to the footnote :-"The highest altitude of Caplar Camp has since been ascertained, on the authority of the Ordnance Survey, to be 596 6 feet."

PAGE 135, LINE 2.-For "April 26th" read " April 24th," and in line 4, after the word "Thursday," insert "April 24th."

PAGE 235, LINE 11.-For "Hochecorne" read "Hauchecorne."

PAGE 238, LINE 25.-For "Van Mons. (Leon de Clerc)," read "Van Mons. Léon Leclerc."

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PAGE 273, LINE 3.-After the word " Thursday," insert April 16th."

PAGE 354, LINE 2.-For "M.B.I.O.U." read "M.B.O.U. (Member of the British Ornithological Union)."

TRANSACTIONS FOR THE YEARS 1883, 1884, 1885.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Contents, Illustrations, Presidents from 1851, Officers, Members, Rules
and Regulations

1883.

Oldbury Camp

Ludlow and Aymestry Rocks of the Silurian System

Woldbury, or Caplar Camp, by Dr. Bull

On the more rare Plants of the District, by Rev. Augustin Ley

Offa's Dyke, by Captain W. L. Morgan, R. E.

Third Field Meeting (Ladies' Day) -Stratford-on-Avon

Love in Idleness (Nigella)

Shakespeare's Notice of Flowers and Plants

Fourth Field Meeting-Caynham Camp, and Titterstone Clee Hill
Caynham Camp (Shropshire), by General Baron de Mallet

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Caynham-the History of, and its Camp, from the works of Thomas
Wright, F.S.A., &c., by Charles Fortey

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