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��240, 306 ; on Rubus ramosus, 330.

British Association, Meeting at Edin- burgh, 276. 314.

British Museum, Report for 1870 of the Botanical Department, 247.

Britten, J., On Alyssum incaniim, 15 ; on Profandry in Butomus umbel- latus, 17 ; Local Pield-Clubs of Great Britain, 150, 307 ; on Impa- tiens fulva, 373 ; on Stellaria um- brosa, 245 ; on Dracocephahim thy- miflorum, 245 ; appointed to Bi-itish Museum, 320 ; on Ambrosia mari- tima, 332 ; Additions to Flora of Marlborougli, 374.

Bromus asper in Kensington Gardens, 238 ; H. Trimen on, 270, 336 ; Fer- ronii, 206 ; ramosus, W. T. T. Dyer on, 336.

Broom-materials, W. T. T. Dyer on, 51 ; J. R. Jackson on, 110.

Broome, C. E., On Scleroderma Geas- ter, 129.

Brown, Robert, The Botanical History of Angus, 321.

Buchan, Mr., Address to Edinburgh Botanical Society, 376.

Bud-scales, Areschoug's Researches on, 274.

Butomus umbellatus, Protandry in,

Byrsanthus Brownii, 92,

Callitriche platycarpa, 6.

Calochortus Leichtlinii, 56.

Calyptrospora Goeppertiana, 329.

Campanula rotundifolia in Hyde Park, 234 ; veronicifolia, 133.

Canarium album, 39 ; Pimela, 39.

Cardamine amara. Monstrosity of, 244.

Carex Bonninghausoniana, 204; flava and its allies, 126, 186 ; involuta, 9 ; paniculata. Uses of, 173.

Carruthers, W., appointed Keeper of the Botanical Department of the Bfitish Museum, 95 ; Review of the Contributions to FossU Botany in Britain in 1870, 114 ; Report for 1870 of the Botanical Department of the British Museum, 247.

Cassia, Mr. Bentham's Monograph of, 381 ; crassiramea, 56.

Cattleya velutina, 56.

Caucalis latifolia, 92.

Centaurea Jacea, 114 ; nem oralis, 144 ; pratensis in Perthshire, 53 ; serotina, 144.

Cerastium pumilum, 137, 199, 371 ; tetrandrum, 137, 199, 371.

Cereus fulgidus, 56.

Chemico-agricultural Society of Ulster, 285.

��Chenopodium ficifolium, 7.

Cherrill, A. K., On Sibthorpia in Sussex,

373. Chinchona Plantation in Jamaica, 217 ;

in St. Helena, 351. Chlorea vulpina, 112. Clilorophyll produced without Light,

111. Church, A. H., On Coumarine, 18; on

Sugar in Beetroot (Plate CXVII.),

161 ; a New Garden Label, 372. Cineraria campestris, 143. Cissus paucidentata, 57 ; sexangularis,

57. Clematis csesariata, 57. Coccoloba padiformis, 197. Ccelogyue psittacina, var. Huttoni, 57. Coemans, E., Death of, 96. Combretum Alfi-edi, 131. Compendium of the Cybele Britannica,

Notes on, by J. L. Warren, 6. Conia, Synthesis of, 51. Coniferae, Zones of, in Maritime Alps,

378. Cooke's ' Manual of Structural Botany '

(Review), 22 ; ' Handbook of British

Fungi' (Review), 312. Cotyledon atropurpurea, 57 ; carni-

color, 57 ; decipiens, 57. Coumarin, 18. Coursetia eryanthia, 58 ; orbicularis ,

58. Crataegus kyrtostyla, near Manchester,

28. Crithmum maritimum, 173. Crombie, J. M., Additions to the British

Lichen-flora, 177. Cucumis Hookeri, 58. Cupania cinerea, 156. Cuscuta Epithymum, 15 ; hassiaca,

17. Cvperus fuscus, J. E. Gray on Nativity ■ of, 148 ; H. Trimen on, 148 ; A. W.

Bennett on, 212 ; A. Irvine on, 213 ;

longus. Uses of, 111. Cypripedium Calceolus, 54. Cystopteris fragilis in Middlesex, 272 ;

in Oxfordshire, 305. Cystosiphon pythioides, 15.

Darlingtonia californica, 91.

Deakin, R., ' Flowering Plants of Tun- bridge Wells and neighbourhood ' (Review), 251.

Dendrobium Chrysotis, 58.

Denmark, Progress of Botany in, 157.

Dickie, G., Notes on the Distribution of AlgEe, 70.

Dickson, A., Phyllotaxis of Lepidoden- dron and Knorria, 166 ; Suggestions on Fruit Classification, 309, 315.

Dictyoxylon, 277.

Digitaria sanguinalis, 373.

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