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APPENDIX.

tion of the cryptogamous plants of North America, comprising a diognostic description of all the hepatic mosses hitherto observed in North America, with ampler descriptions of a number of new species.

By Lewis D. de Schweinitz, P. D.
Raleigh, N. C. 1821.

4. Attempt of a monography of the Linnæan Genus Viola, comprising all the species hitherto observed in North America. By Lewis D. de Schweinitz.

Communicated [to Prof. Silliman,] July, 1821.

5. A Catalogue of Plants, collected in the Northwestern Territory, by Mr. Thomas Say, in the year 1823. By Lewis D. de Schweinitz.

Philada. 1824.

6. Analytical table, to facilitate the determination of the hitherto observed North American species of the genus Carex. By Lewis D. de Schweinitz.

Read [at the New York Lyceum of Nat. Hist.] Dec. 8, 1823.

7. List of the rarer plants found near Eastern, Pennsylvania.

Communicated [to Prof. Silliman] through Mr. John Finch. 1824.

8. A Monograph of the North American species of the genus Carex.

By Lewis D. de Schweinitz and John Torrey.
Read [before the New York Lyceum of Nat. Hist.] Dec. 13, 1824. Edited by Dr. Torrey.