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has also been suggested to us that the Glossarial Index is no longer necessary; since our readers, from our preceding indexes of this kind, and also from the general spread of Natural History knowledge, as well as from all difficult terms being explained when they first occur, may now be supposed to be able to dispense with this kind of information.

Our great object, in commencing the Magazine of Natural History, and in conducting it, as well as all the other publications with which we are connected, has been, and is, to convey the greatest degree of knowledge, to the greatest number, in the most easy and agreeable manner, and with the least labour and loss of time. With this aim, we shall continue our exertions; encouraged by our past success, anxiously inviting the continued support of those who approve of our intentions, and sincerely thanking all our contributors for that able cooperation which has rendered this Magazine what it is.

J. C. L. Bayswater, Oct. 1832.

CORRECTIONS. Errors are corrected, as soon as noticed, in | In p. 390, 391, 392. for “ciliæ " read "cilia." the division of the Magazine entitled “ Re-In p. 555. for “ M.R." read "M.P.” trospective Criticism,” which occurs in the In p. 571. line 11 for “ Avícola” read “ Arpresent volume at pp. 98. 193. 292. 393. 487. 588. vícola." 673. and 714. Besides the corrections made in p. 589. line 18. for “collection in " read “col. under this head, the following are required :- lection of." In p. 48. last two lines, for " the cuticle of the In p. 599. line 16. from the bottom, for "ós in.

stem and it bracteas have no perspiring nominata” read “ ós innominatum." pores," read “ the cuticle of the stem and its In p. 677. line 21. from the bottom, for “ mobracteas has no perspiring pores."

ment” read “ enormous." In p. 340. line 2. from the bottom, for “the In Vol. III. p. 6. in Mr. Dovaston's Biography ordinary length and size," read “half the of Bewick, for “ 1719" read “ 1819." ordinary length and size :” the drawing was In Vol. IV. in the Index, for “ Hail in the reduced in the engraving, and the letterpress south of France, &c., 540,” read “ Hail, &c., was not altered accordingly.

551."

CONTENTS.

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249

252

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GENERAL SUBJECT.

Cross. By Henry William Dewhurst, Esq.,

Remarks on the Luminosity of the Sea. By J. Surgeon, Professor of Zoology and Compara-

E. Bowman, Esq. F.L.S.

1

tive Anatomy

Further Account of a Russian Nalural History On the Faculty of Scent in the Vulture. By

Expedition in Brazil, during the Seven Years

Charles Waterton, Esq.

preceding April, 1831. By M. F. Falderinann, Remarks on the Rook (Corvus frugilegus L.)

Curator of the Imperial Botanic Garden, St.

By Charles Waterton, Esq.

241

Petersburgh

4 Entomological Tour through several English

An Essay on the Analogy between the Struc- Counties, and in Wales and Ireland, during

ture and Functions of Vegetables and Ani. July and August, 1831. By A. H. Davis, Esq.

mals. By William Gordon, Esq., Surgeon,

F.L.S.

245

Welton, near Hull

. Read before the Hull Captures of Insects during Part of 1830 and

Literary and Philosophical Society, Nov. 19. Part of 1831. By J. C. Dale, Esq. F.L.S.

1830. Communicated by Mr. Gordon 24. 118. F.C.P.S. and Z.C.

405. 507 An Account of the parasitic Músca larvàrum

Fairy Rings. By John F. M. Dovaston, Esq. preyed on by parasitic Pterómali, while both

A.M., of Westfelton, near Shrewsbury · 113 were in the Body of Phalæ'na Bómbyx Caja.
Rough Notes made during a Pedestrian Tour to By Edward Newman, Esq.

the Lakes of Cumberland and Westmoreland, The Habits and Manners of the female Borneo
in the Spring of 1830. By G. and H.

Orang-Utan (Simia Sátyrus), and the male
Contributions towards an Account of Omens Chimpanzee (Simia Troglodytes), as observed

and Superstitions connected with Natural during their Èxhibition at the Egyptian Hall,
History. By J. C. Farmer

209 in 1831. By Mr. J. E. Warwick
A Visit to the Surrey Zoological Gardens. By A Notice of the Reed Warbler (Curraca arun-
Observator

dinacea Brisson). By J. G., Stoke Newing-

Chit-chat. No. I. By John F. M. Dovaston,

Esq. A.m., of Westrelton, near Shrewsbury Further Observations on some of the Fishes of
a Queen. By Robert Huish, Esq., Author of On the Dispersion and Distribution of Plants.

- 311

497 Cornwall. By Jonathan Couch, Esq. F.L.S.

Remarks on the Spring of 1832, as compared &c.

with that of 1831, together with a Calendar Descriptive Notice of the Char (Sálmo alpinus

showing the Difference of the Two Seasons. L.), and mention of another Species of Fish.

By the Rev. W. T. Bree, M. A.

. 593 By 0.

. 316

on some remarkable Forms in Entomology, in-

ZOOLOGY.

cluding a Notice of Mr. Stephens's Description

The Habits of the Barn Owl (Strix flammea L., of Chiasognathus Grántii. By J. O. West-

Aldco Gammeus Fleming), and the Benefits it wood, Esq. F.L.S. &c.

confers on Man. By Charles Waterton, Esq. 9 Additions to the List of British Insects. By
Fishes new to the British Fauna, contained in Charles C. Babington, B.A. F.L.S. &c., St.
Couch's "History of the Fishes of Cornwall." John's College, Cambridge

By Jonathan Couch, Esq. F.L.S. &c. 15 List of Papilionidæ occurring in the Vicinity of
An Introduction to the Natural History of Mol. Dover. By the Rev. W. T. Bree, M. A.
luscous Animals. In a Series of Letters. By Some Account of a Species of A'carus (3) which

31 infests Butterflies. * By the Rev. W. T. Bree,
Illustrations in British Zoology. By George M.A.

Johnston, M. D. Fellow of the Royal College Remarks on a Species of Lepas cast ashore near
of Surgeons of Edinburgh . 43. 163. 344. 428. Liverpool on Nov. 7. 1831.“ By Thomas Wea-
520. 631

. 339

Account of the Símia syndáctyla, or Ungka Ape on Birds using Oil from Glands, " for the Pur-

of Sumatra ; the Anatomy of its Larynx, pose of lubricating the Surface of their Plu-

&c. &c. By George Bennett, Esq. F.L.S. mage." By Charles Waterton, Esq.

M.R.C.S. &c. &c.

- 131 Observations on the Eggs and Birds which were

Remarks on Incubation, in reference to those met with in a Three Weeks' Sojourn (from

expressed in Professor Rennie's Edition of May 30. to June 21. 1831) in the Orkney Islands,
Montagu's Ornithological Dictionary." By By J. ,
Charles Waterton, Esq.

. 142 A few Remarks on the Nightingale and the
Dates and Remarks relative to the Migration Blackcap. By John F.M. Dovaston, Esq. A.M.

of the Swifts in the Year 1831. By the Rev. Oxon., of Westfelton, near Shrewsbury - 425
W. T. Bree, M. A.

· 145 On the supposed Pouch under the Bill of the
The Little, or Barred, Woodpecker (Picus mi. Rook. By Charles Waterton, Esq.

- 512

nor L.). By John F. M. Dovaston, A.M., or on the Preservation of Egg-shells for Cabinets

Westselton, near Shrewsbury

• 147

of Natural History. By Charles Waterton,

On the Clain of certain Lepidopterous Insects Esq.

515

taken in England to be considered as indi Brief Notices of the Habits and Transformations

genous. By W. A. B.

of the Dragon Fly; compiled in explanation

The Characters of the European Diptera, from of the accompanying Cut. By J. D. - 517

Meigen's " Systematische Beschreibung." Additions to the British Fauna; Class, Mam.

Translated by George Wailes, Esq.

màlia. By William Yarrell, Esq. F. L and

Anatomy of the Skeleton of the Balænóptera Something about Birds and Birdnesting: By

Rórqual, or Broad-nosed Whale, now exhi. Rusticus

601

biting at the Pavilion, King's Mews, Charing on the Power of the Common Bec to generate

318

• 327

- 330

- 336

- 412

- 415

• 149

- 156

A Treatise on Bees"

604 By J. EL

• 529

An Introduction to the Natural History of

Molluscous Animals. In a Series of Letters,

GEOLOGY

By G. J. Letter 10. On their Secretions - 611 Volcanoes. By W. M. Higgins, Esq. F.G.S., and
On some Peculiarities in the Construction of
the Nets of the common Garden Spider on the Effects produced by the Precession of

J.W. Draper, Esq.

. 164. 202, 632
(Epelra diadèma). By William Spence, Esq.

the Equinoxes. By Sir John Byerley, F.R.S.L.

689
Some Account of the Limax Sowerbyi of Férus. On the recent Discovery of Gold Mines in the

172
sac. By John Denson, Jun. A.L.S.

. 693

United States of America. By Robert Bake-
BOTANY.
well, Esq.

. 434
On the Parasitical Connection of Lathræ'a Remarks on the Formation of the Dead Sea,

and the surrounding District. By J. W. Dra-

Squamària, and the peculiar Structure of its

subterranean Leaves.

per, Esq., and W.M. Higgins, Esq. F.G.S. 532

Read at the Linnean Contributions to the Geology of Berwickshire.

Society in November, 1829

An Account of the Sandal Wood Tree (Santa By Robert Dundas Thoinson, C. M. and M.D.,
lum), with Observations on some of the Bo-

of the Honourable East India Company's Ser.

tanical Productions of the Sandwich Islands.

vice. [Read before the Berwickshire Natu-

By George Bennett, F.L.S., Member of the

ralists' Club, December 21. 1831.]

Royal College of Surgeons in London, &c. 255

On Variations in the Cotyledons and Prirordial

METEOROLOGY.

Leaves of the Sycamore (Acer Pseudo-Pláta- Observations made in the Neighbourhood of

nus L.). By the Rev. J. S. Henslow, A.M., High Wycombe, Bucks, on the Temperature

King's Professor of Botany in the University of the Atmosphere, on the Rain and the

of Cambridge

346 Winds, of the Months of June and July,

On the Fructification of the genus Chåra. By

during the last eight Years, and on the In.

the Rev. J. S. Henslow, A.M., King's Profes. fluence of these Meteorological Phenomena

sor of Botany in the University of Cambridge on huinan Health. By James G. Tatem, Esq.,

318

Member of the London Meteorological So.

On the Varieties of Paris quadrifdlia, considered ciety

. 350

with respect to the ordinary Characteristics Notes on the Weather, in Switzerland, during

of Monocotyledonous Plants. By the Rev. May, June, July, and August, 1831, and at

J. S. Henslow, A.M., King's Professor of Bu- Rome, during Nov. and Dec. 1831, and Jan.

tany in the University of Cambridge - 429 and Feb. 1852. By W. Spence, Esq. 353

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The British Naturalist; or, Sketches of the the Northern Parts of British America

more interesting Productions of Britain and Part II., containing the Birds. By W. Swain.
the surrounding Sea, in the Scenes which they son, Esg. F.R.S., and John Richardson, Esq.
inhabit; and with relation to the General
Economy of Nature, and the Wisdom and Insect Miscellanies. [Understood to be by Pro
Power of its Author

fessor Rennie.)
Transactions of the Natural History Society of The Botanic Annnal; or, Familiar Illustrations

Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle of the Structure, 'Habits, Economy, Geo.
upon Tyne

71 graphy, Classification, and Principal Uses of
A Manual of the Land and Freshwater Shells Plants, with Notices of the Way in which

of the British Islands, with coloured Plates of they are affected by Climate and Seasons, and

every Species. By W. Turton, M. D. 175 a short Sketch of Coniferæ. By Robt. Mudie,

A Flora of Berwick upon Tweed. By George Author of “ The British Naturalist,” &c. 369

Johnston, M.D. &c. 'Vol. II. Cryptogamous Catalogue of Works on Natural History, lately

Plants

published, with some Notice of those con-

Reise en Brasilien. By Dr. c. F.P. von Martius

sidered the most interesting to British Natu.
and Dr. J. B. von Spix

. 181 ralists

73. 186. 373. 11. 535. 617. 698
Fauna Boreali-Americana, or the Zoology of Literary Notices

76. 189. 377. 443. 713

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Foreign Notices
92 Hints for Improvements

587

Natural History in Foreign Countries

Retrospective Criticism 98. 193. 992. 93. 487.

Natural History in the English Counties 538

588. 673. 714

Natural History in Scotland

- 569 Queries and Answers 104. 202. 396. 494, 678. 765

Natural History in Ireland

576 Obsequy. By John P. M. Dovaston, A.M., of
Monthly Calendar of Nature for Scotland. 97 Westfelton, near Shrewsbury

111

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lus L.)

685

LIST OF ENGRAVINGS.
QUADRUPEDS.

INSECTS.
Page

COLEOPTEROUS.
42, 43, 44. Símia syndactyla, or Ungka ape of No.
Sumatra

132, 133. 139 38, 39. Remarkable excrescence on the
91. The Fezzan ram

451
eye of Staphylinus hírtus

105
92. The Mé of the Chinese

463 66. Paússus microcephalus L. ; a, natural
93. a, Griffin ; 93, b, tapir

165
size ; b, magnified

319
68. Scarabæ'us macropus, kangaroo beetle 320
BIRDS

70. Mormólyce phyllèdes Hagenbach 322
33. A rare kind of the goose family

80

71. Chiasognathus Grántii Stephens
63. A pair of the reed warbler (Curruca 90. Scarabæ'us Ateuchus sàcer

450
arundinacea Brisson), with nest 310

94. Calandra palmarum, female imago 466
97. The nuthatch (Sitta europæ'a L.).

488

95. a, Calúndra palmarum, male imago;
102. The wryneck (Yunx Torquilla L.)

568
b, larva; c, pupa ; d, cocoon

467
Scale of the notes of the song of the 96. a, Calandra sácchari; c, pupa ; d, fol.
willow wren

581
licle or cocoon; e, larva

468
126. Windpipe of the goosander (Mérgus 96. b, A variety of Calandra sácchari 468
Mergánser L.)

766
197. Windpipe of the red-breasted goosan-

LEPIDOPTEROUS.
der (Mérgus serrátor L.)

72. Colias Edusa, white-clouded yellow
766
variety

332
128. Windpipe of the smew (Mérgus albél-

766
73. Hipparchia Galathea var., black and ]
but elightly marbled

335

FISHES.

74. a, Polyommatus l'carus, com. blue - 338

2. The Ciliàta glauca of Couch

16 74.6, Hipparchia Galathea, marbled white 838

3. Spanish bream (Spårus L. Erýthri. 117. ab, 118. cd, Limenitis Camilla, and a

nus C.)

17 black variety of it, the upper and

4. Cork wing (Labrus L. gibbus L.) 17

under side of each

667, 668

6. Smooth perch (Pérca Channus C.) - 20 119. a, The pupa case of probably a species

5. 7. Dusky perch (Pérca L. robústa L.) 18. 21 of Psyche

685

8. Spanish mackarel (Scomber L. macu. 119. 6, Pupa case and pupa of possibly Pen-

latus C.)

22

thủphera nigricans

685

9, 10. Mud lamprey (Petromyzon.cæ“cus) 23 119.c, Pupa case of Psyche nitidélla Hüb.

61 The elleck (Trigla Cuculus)
312

685
65. Pellucid ophidium (Ophidium pellà.

119. d, Psyche radiélla Curtis
cidum Couch)
313 122. Argynnis Adippe? var.

749
88. A mode of fishing in China

447 123. Argynnis Aglåía var. Charlotta ? 750
199. Labrus lúscus L.: (the scale-rayed

124. Melitæ a Silène ? var.

751

wrass)

742 125. Himalayan admiral butterfly

752

REPTILE

HYMENOPTEROUS.
116, Slren lacertina

34. Trichiosdma lucdrum and its cocoon 85

663

40. Microgaster glomeratus and its meta-

MOLLUSCOUS ANIMALS.

morphoses

108

94. Sections of the heart of Octòpus vul.

41. Caterpillars of Odynėrus found in a

garis

31

book

109

25. The hearts of the Cephalopoda

83 98. Transformations of a dragon fly 518
26. Veins garnished with glandular bodies 34

STREPSIPTEROUS.

27. Tethys leporina

S6

69. Stylops Kirbii Leach

321

28. Heart and intestinal organs of Teredo

navalis

40

DIPTEROUS.

60. Minute blood-red worms attached to 45. Tipula imperialis, with a detached

the inner surface of the windpipe

side-view of its head

157

of a pheasant

207 46. Xylophagus maculatus, with the an.

78. O c d, Veiled shells; e f, cockles;

tenne of X. åter

159

g, Pínna frágilis ; h, Carinària ví.

47. Tabånus taurinus

159

trea; i, Venus Chidne; k, Nerita 48. Léptis distigma, male

. 160

canrena; 1, Trochus

344 49. Therèva, a species of

79. Planària corndta Mull.

S44. 429. 678 50. Mýdas lusitánicus, wing and antenna

85. Ellis rufibranchialis Johnston

428

of

160

104. a and , Spirula Perònii of Lamarck 612

51. Bombýlius cruciatus, male

160

105. abcdel, Views and sections of a bone

52. Asilus chrysitis

- 161

of the cuttle fish

613 53. Hybos muscarius

. 161

106, Section of a pearl exhibiting its struc.

54. Empis opaca

161

ture

614 55. Tachydromia fasciata; and 3 forms of

107. a 1, Two vicws of our native cowry

antenna

162

(Cyprx'a europæ a)

618 56. Cýrtus gibbus

162

108 Planorbis communis

624 57. Sirationıys furcåta, female; and head

109. 'The Sillpæ (or Dagysæ of Banks) 628

of S. concinna, male

162

120. Sowerby's slug (Limax Sowerbyi Fér.) 691

67. Diópsis macrophthalma Dalman 320

103. Ocular footstalk and eye of the Dióp-

CIRRI'PEDES

sis macrophthalma

592

76. A species of Lepas cast on shore at

Liverpool

340

A'CARUS.

77. Lepas anatisera, tbe bernacle

343 75. A species of A'carus ? which infests

78, a, Lepas anatífera, a smaller but more

butterflies

perfect figure

344

TREES AND SHRUBS.

POLYPUS.

1. Tea tree of Paraguay

8

110. Coryne glandulosa Johnston

631
80, 81, Cotyledons and primordial leaves

of the Acer Pseudo-Plátanus L. 346, 347
CRUSTACEOUS ANIMALS
89. Tabernæmontàna alternifolia

449

93. Pranina fusca la Johnston

521

HERBACEOUS PLANTS,

RADIATED ANIMALS.

30. Lathræ'a Squamaria, its parasitic
29. Lucernaria auricula

tuber

58. Actinia Tuidiæ

163 31. longitudinal section of its leaf 47

46

the Surrey Zoological Gardens
bicolae

545 84. Elevation of the same conservatory • 405

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS.

A. B., 276. 384; A. B. C., 591; Surgeon, 24. 118. 405. 507; Scolopax Rusticola, 279, 284.

A. G., 98; Albert, 764 768 ; Greaves, John, 549; Green, 289; Scott, Alexander, 606;

Aliquis, 657.769; Allis, Thos., J., 208; Greenhow, E H., Scott, George, 770; Sells,

589. 728,729.732, 733. 753.767; 104. 393. 495. 566.

William, M.R.C.S, 452. 470.

Appleby, S.,558; A. R. B.,553; H., 131 ; H., London, 110; H. 483.651 ; Sigma,747. 753 760;
Aristophilus, 500; A. R. Y., B. (Blois), 987. 733. 748H. Smith, Richard, senior Sur.
76. [112]. [208]. 372. 678. 732; B. Somerset, 731; Henslow, geon to the Bristol Infirmary,
A Subscriber, 203. 734. 754. H., 588; Henslow, Rev. J. S.,

Somerseténsis, 28% :

761; A. X., 672.

A.M., King's Professor of Spence, W., E.LS, &c. &c.

Babington, Charles C., B.A. Botany in the University of 363. 655. 689; Stephens, J. F.,

EL S., 74. 89.327 ; Bakewell, Cambridge, 88. 294. 302. 316, F.L.S., 394, Stewart, John

Robert, 454; Barker, M. J., S18. 400. 429 490. 494. 514 V.,578, s. 1., 111. 678; &T.

725; B. B. P., 4.* ; Bennett, 755 ; Higgins, W. M., F.G.S., Stokeferry, 763; S T. P., 398

Geo., F.L.S. M.R.C.S, &c., 164. 262, 532. 632 ; Hill, Wal 681, 682 ; S.W., 539; Swain.

97. 131. 255, 486; B., Layton. ter Henry, , ,80; , Howden, son, W., F.R.S. &c., [207].

stone, 396; Búmbyx, 688 ; John, 386; Hoy, J. D., 278, [208].

Bowman, J. E, ELS, 1; 279, 281; Huish, Robert, 604 Taten, Jarnes G., Member of

Bree, Rev. W. T., A.M., 107, J. A. H., Oxford, 104, 110. 196. the London Meteorological

108. 115. 200. 275. 330. 36 538; J. A. H., Rington, He Society, 350 ; Taylor, R. C.,

364 $99. 489, 491. 49. 589. refordshire, 283; J. C., 384; 292. 468 ; T. B., 558; T.C.,

593. 668.673, 677. 715. 730. J. D. M., 190. 577; JD, 206; T. G., Chipping Nora

733, 747. 753, 754 760; Brown, senior, 659; J. E L., 522 ton, Oxon., 283. 686.733;

John, M.D., F.L.S, 99; Byer. 758; Jenyns, Rev. Leonard, T. G., Clitheroe, Lancashire,

ley, Sir John, F.K.S. L 172. FLS., 104. $02; J. G. (Great 82. 204. 20. 294. 297. 303. IGA.
201. 494. 588.

Marlow), 291; J. G. (Stoke 663. 680. 688. 738. 710. 770;

C., 394; Cacale, 91 ; Carr, J., Newington), Ś09; J. J., 277. Thompson, Thomas, 77. 197.

296, 297, 396; Cattus, 717; 295į J. M, Chelsea, 76, 77, 295. 997; Thomson, Robert

C., Birmingham, 283; Christy, 78, 79. &3. 91. 304. 42. 418. Dundas, c. M. and MD,037;

Wm., jun., 543; Clarke, W. 489.600.687.689; J. M., Phil. Thomson, William, 755. 757;

B., 101; Clayton, Geo., 81; adelphia, 162, 153, 155, John. Timbs, John, 763, TK, 299.

Couch, Jonathan, F.L.S., 15. ston, George, M.D., 3 163 397. 577. 731, 732 735, 770;

291. 311. 674. 730. 736, 737. 344. 428. 520. 631, 678; John. Turner, Henry, 195. 204. 285.
743; C. P., 102, 110. 671; ston, Sir A., 145, Jordan, W, 728 754.760; Tyro, 686
C. P. (Surrey), 756; Creed, R., 109. 281, 282, 684, 285, 188; U., Cambridge, 397
Rev. Henry, 50.653; Curtis,

J. R., 158. 577; J.SK., 654 ; Ventris, E, 205, 206 ; Viator,

John, F.L.S. 87.

Juvenis, 85; J. W., 380; 543; Vigors, A., Secretary

Dale, J. C., A.M. F.L.S., &c.LJ., 104.

to the Zoological Society,
&C, 249. (85; Davis, A. H., Main, J., 674 ; Mancuniensis, [109). (2016).
ELS., 87. 215; D. C., 211; 717'; M. F., 396; Morandge, W.A.B. 14, Wailex, George,
Dewhurst, Henry William, John H, 46, 47; Morris, 156; Wallace, J. 548 ; War.
214 ; Dickehut, H. T., Cu. Francis Orpen, 733; Moul. wick, J. E 35; Waterton,
rator of the Botanic Gar. son, Richard, M.D., 765; M. Charles, Author of " Wan.
den, St. Mary's College, Bal. P., 294, 297.301. 495.782 738. derings in South America,
timore, 453; D. N, 105. 202. 746.768; M. R., 505

&c., 9. 142. 231. 241. 412 488.

208. 301; Doubleday, E, 394. N., 73. 89, Newman, Edward, 512 515. 590). 673. 676 679.

767; Dovaston, John Free-

109. 204. 232. sve 488 495. 4. 787; W. B. B. W. 745 ;

man Milward, AM, 84. 111, 654.

Weatherill, Thomas, MD
112, 113, 147. 293, 299. 31. 0., 111, 204, 316, 495 54; 0, Weaver, R., 69; West.
425, 117. 161; Draper, J. W. Clapton) 754 Observator, wood, J. 0., FLS &c, 206
164 22. 5.32 62; D. $, 205 401, Ornis, 238

SOL SIX. 487.5*2; W. G., 59;
Duncan, George, 573. Pamplin, James, 288; Party, W L., Selkırkshire, 295. 400;

Edgworth, Thos., 398, E P. T., John, 103. 193; Phillips, Sir Woodward, Salnuel, su su

347, E Ś,73.

R, 103,

545, 762

Faldermann, F., 4; Farmer, J. R. B., 89; R. BB, 565; R, X
C., 209.975. 133. 13. 716; J. N., 170, Rennie, J., ÁM Yarrell

, William, Els and

Fennell, James, 763

ALS, Professor of Natural ZS

100. 384. 598

G. A, 303; G. and H, 12; History in King's College, Zoophilus
Gardiner, William, 576; Gib London, 101, 103 (110). 299.

75. 181
son, Samuel, 355; G., 31. 393; Rusticus, T.
611; Gordon, Wm., E.L.S., Salmon, J. D, 115.673. 675.679, E. Moray)

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