Transactions of the Linnean Society of London/Volume 2

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TRANSACTIONS


OF THE


LINNEAN SOCIETY.




VOLUME II.




LONDON:
PRINTED BY J. DAVIS.
SOLD BY B. AND J. WHITE, FLEET-STREET.
M.DCC.XCIV.



CONTENTS.

Page 1
p. 7

III. Remarks on the Abbé Wulfen's Descriptions of Lichens; published among his rare Plants of Carinthia, in Professor Jacquin's Collectanea, Vol. II. 112. By James Edward Smith, M.D. F.R.S. and P.L.S.

p. 10
p. 15
p. 19
p. 29

VII. An Essay towards an History of the British Stellated Lycoperdons: being an Account of such Species as have been found in the Neighbourhood of Bungay, in Suffolk. By Thomas Jenkinson Woodward, Esq. F.L.S.

p. 32

VIII. A new Arrangement of Papilios, in a Letter to the President. By Mr. William Jones, F.L.S.

p. 63
p. 70
p. 76
p. 83
p. 86

XIII. Account of the Germination and Raising of Ferns from the Seed. By Mr. John Lindsay, Surgeon in Jamaica. Communicated by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P.R.S. and H.M.L.S.

p. 93
p. 101

XV. Plantæ Eboracenses; or, A Catalogue of the more rare Plants which grow wild in the Neighbourhood of Castle Howard, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, disposed according to the Linnean System. By Mr. Robert Teesdale, F.L.S.

p. 103

XVI. Observations on the British Species of Carex. By the Rev. Samuel Goodenough, LL.D. F.R.S. Tr.L.S.

p. 126
p. 212
p. 236
p. 239
p. 242

XXI. Description of a New Species of Warbler, called the Wood Wren, observed in May 1792. By Mr. Thomas Lamb, A.L.S.

p. 245
p. 247
p. 263

XXIV. Objections against the Perceptivity of Plants, so far as is evinced by their external Motions, in Answer to Dr. Percival's Memoir in the Manchester Transactions. By Robert Townson, Esq. F.R.S. Edinb.

p. 267

XXV. An Essay on the various Species of Sawfish. By Mr. John Latham, F.R. and A.S.S. and F.L.S.

p. 273
p. 283
p. 286

XXVIII. Remarks on the genus Dianthus. By James Edward Smith, M.D. F.R.S. and P.L.S.

p. 292

XXIX. The History and Description of a Minute Epiphyllous Lycoperdon, growing on the Leaves of the Anemone nemorosa. By Richard Pulteney, M.D. F.R.S.S.Lond. and Edin. and F.L.S.

p. 305

XXX. Extract of a Letter from Mr. John Lindsay, Surgeon in Jamaica, to Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P.R.S. and H.M.L.S. dated June 30, 1792.

p. 313
p. 314
p. 212

Additional Note, by George Shaw, M.D. F.R.S. and F.L.S.

p. 319
p. 321

Additional Note to the Essay on the Stellated Lycoperdons, referred to L. recolligens, at p. 58. By the same.

p. 323
p. 325

XXXIV. Botanical Observations on the Flora Japonica. By Charles Peter Thunberg, Knight of the Order of Wasa, Professor of Botany and Medicine in the University of Upsal, F.M.L.S.

p. 326

XXXV. Description of Sagina cerastoides, a new British Plant discovered in Scotland by Mr. James Dickson, F.L.S. By the President.

p. 343

XXXVI. An Account of two new Genera of Plants from New South Wales, presented to the Linnean Society by Mr. Thomas Hoy, F.L.S. and Mr. John Fairbairn, F.L.S. By the President.

p. 346
p. 353