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Probationer


•P. T. Russell.



Calontta. — Agri-Horticultural Society of India : —
Secretary - - F. Abbott.
Superintendent - •J. H. Stephen

Puea. — ^Agricultural Research Institute : —
Director -



Imperial Myco-
logist

Imperial Entomo«
logist.

Imperial Agricul-
tural Chemist.

Imperial Economic
Botanist.

Imperial Bacteri-
ologist.

Imperial Agricul-
turist.

- Superintendent, Gk>- ]
vemment Cin- >
chona Cultivation )
Assistant Super-
intendent, Plan-
tations
1st Assistant
2nd „
3rd „
Daxjeeling.— Lloyd Botanic Garden : —

Curator -

Darbhangah.^Maharajah*s G^arden : —
Superintendent



Mnngpoo



B. Coventry.

tE. J. Butler, M.B.,B.Ch.,

P.L.8.
H. Maxwell Lefroy,

TAJl.
J. W. Leather, Ph.D.,

F.I.C., F.C.S.
A. Howard, MA.,F.L.S.

C. J. Bei^eiL
E. Shearer.



•R. Pantling.

^Joseph Parkes.
•W. A. Kennedy.
•H. F. Green.



- •George H. Cave.



Bombay.—
Poena. — Government Gardens : —

Superintendent
Ohorpuri.— Botanic Garden : —

Superintendent
Bombay.— Municipal Garden : —

Superintendent
Karachi.— Municipal Garden : —

Superintendent



- *Amos Hartless.
P. G. Eanetkar.
C. D. Mahaluxmivala.



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Oentral Provinoes.—



Nag^ur

Madras:—
Ohepauk



Superintenaent of • J. E. Leslie.
Public Gardens.



Government Botanist fC. A. Barber, M.A.,
F.L.S.
Ootaoamond - Director, Gtovem- )

ment Cinchona > W. M. Standen.
Plantations. I

Curator of Gardens •Robert L. Proudlock.
and Parks.
Madras,— Agri-Horticultural Society : —

Hon. Secretary - L. E. Kirwan.
Superintendent • •B. Cavanagh.



Native States.—
Mysore CBangalore) Superintendent
Baroda - „

Owalior - - „

Morvi ...
Travanoore (Trivandrum) Director



•J. Cameron, F.L.S.
•G. H. Krumbiegel.



- Major F. W. Dawson.



Udaipur



Superintendent - T. H. Storey.



United Provinoes of Agra and Oudh :—



Agra (Taj Garden)
Allahabad -
Cawnpur



Superintendent



Economic Botanist



•A. E. P. Griessen.
•Norman Gill.
tH. M. Leake, B.A.



Delhi ...

Fyzabad - - „

Eomaon (Bamghur) „

Lucknow - - „

Saharanpur - „

Punjab.—
Lahore. — Government Gardens :—
Superintendent
Probationer
Agri-Horticultural Gardens
Superintendent
Simla.—



F.L.S.

Superintendent - •J. T. Johnson.

„ - •R. H. Locke.

„ - •A. E. Brown.

„ - •F. W. Seers.

„ - •H. J. Davies.

„ - •R. Badgery.



- •W. R. Mustoe.

- •W. Head.

- tW. R. Brown.

- •Ernest Long.



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IJSDEX,



1887-1906.



*• Abba," see FicuB Vogelii.
Abbott, Dr. W. L., Aldabra

Islands dried plants, 1894, 146.
Abercalrney, 1906, 266.
Aberia Caffra, as a hedge

plant, 1897, 114.
Abies Mariesii, 1906, 401.
Abraham's Oak, 1893, 226.
Abrns precatorins, 1890, 1.
Abatilon Avicennae, 1891, 250 ;

1896, 74.

— Oecili, N. E. Brown, 1906,
99.

— hemp, 1896, 74.
in China, 1891, 250.

— molle, Baker, 1895, 212.

— periplocifolium, 1899, 226.

— Ranadei, Woodrow A Stapf,
1894, 99.

Abyssinian dried plants, 1897,

241.
Acacia acuminata, 1887, Sept., 7.

— Angico, 1888, 129.

— Catechu, 1887, Sept., 20;
1891, 31 ; 1894, 323.

— decurrens, 1887, Sept., 6.

— melanoxylon, 1889, 115.

— pycnantha, 1893, 370.

— Richei, 1896, 67.

— saligna, 1893, 370.

— spadicigera, 1895, 40.

— sphaerocephala, 1899, 134.
Acacias in Natal, 1895, 2.
Acalypha hispida, 1899, 20.
Acanthorhiza aculeata, 1892,

310.
Acanthosicyos horrida, 1894,

166 ; 1903, 13.
Accra rubber, 1888, 253.
Acer saccharium, 1895, 127.
Achatocarpus pubescens, C. H.

Wright, 1906, 6.



Achillea sieheana, Siapf, 1906,

73.
Achilus, HemsLy gen. nov.,

1895, 39.

— siamensis, Hemal., 1895, 39,
204.

Acbyrantbes breviflora, Baker,
1897, 280.

— Carsoni, Baker, 1897, 280.
Achyrospermum cryptanthum,

Baker, 1898, 162.

— urens. Baker, 1893, 14.
Acidanthera aequinoctialis,

1893, 145.

— Schinzii, Baker, 1906, 27.
Acnida australis, 1899, 135.
Acomis Lesteri, Burkill, 1901,

140.
Acrocephalus lagoensis, Baker,
1895, 152.

— oligocephalus. Baker, 1898,
160.

— venosus, Baker, 1898, 160.
Acrocomia sclerocarpa, 1897,

337.
Acrostichum (Gymnopteris)
celebicum. Baker, 1901, 145.

— (Elaphoglossum) clarence-
anum. Baker, 1896, 42.

— (Polybotrya) sinense. Baker,'
1906, 14.

— (Elaphoglossum) subsessileT
Baker, 1897, 300.

— (Elaphoglossum) yunna-
nense, Baker, 1898, 233.

Actinidia curvidens, Dunn,'
1906, 1.

— Henryi, Dtmn, 1906, 1.

— polyoma, 1896, 220.

— rubricaulis, Dunn, 1906, 2. *
Aden barilla, 1891, 96.

— senna, 1892, 151.
Adenium micranthum, Stapfi

1894, 334.



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Adesmia boronloides, 1901, 81.
Adiantnm myriosornm, Baker^

1898, 230.
Adonis amurenBis, 1896, 186.
Aechmea (Hohenbergia) micro-

thyrsa. Baker, 1892, 198.

— (Platyaechmea) Nichollsii,
Balcer, 1892, 128.

Aeolanthns nyikensis, Baker,
1898, 160.

— salicifoliuB, Baker, 1898, 161.
Aeranthes caudata, Rolfe^ 1901,

149.

— ramosa, Rolfe, 1906, 87.
Aerides platj'chilum, Rolfe,

1893, 64.
Aeschynomene dissitiflora.

Baker, 1897, 259.

— (Ochopodinm) nyikensis,
Baker, 1897, 259.

— ( — ) sparsiflora. Baker, 1897,
259.

Affon tree, 1894, 359.

Africa, Brit. Central, botanical

enterprise in, 1895,186; 1898,

83.

— , , coflEee in, 1898, 85.

— , , coflfee - leaf disease,

preventive measures, 1893,

361.

— , , Flora of, 1897, 170.

— , East, botanical enterprise in,

1896, 80.

— , — , see also Madagascar, Mo-
zambique, Uganda, and Zan-
zibar.

—, German East, 1894, 411;
1896,178.

— , , coflfee-leaf disease in,

1894, 412.

— , South, Botanic gardens, 1895,

49.

, ferns of, 1893, 69.

, locnst fungus (with plate),

1901, 94.

, Phylloxera, 1889, 230.

, — regulations, 1889, 255.

, prickly pear, 1888, 165 ;

1890, 186.

, Turkey oak in, 1894, 111.

,see also Cape and Natal.

— , Tropical, botanical survey

of, 1906, 239.
— , — , dried plants, 1891, 275 ;

1897, 241, 242, 243.



Africa, Tropical, Flora of, 1894,

17 ; 1898, 24, 97, 280 ; 1899,

192 ; 1901, 82, 173 ; 1905, 26;

1906, 135, 237.
— , — , German colonies in, 1894,

410 ; 1896, 174.
— , West, Annatto, 1890, 141;

1892,303.
, Assam rubber in, 1891,

97.
, bass fibre, 1891, 1 ; 1892,

299.

, beefwood trees, 1893, 25.

, Botanic Stations, 1888,

149; 1889, 69; 1890, 162;

1891, 46, 169 ; 1892, 14, 297,

314 ; 1893, 160, 363 ; 1895,

11, 165; 1897, 113, 303; 1898,

35, 58.
, botanical enterprise in,

1897, 329.

, cinchona bark, 1894, 119.

, cotton, 1890, 135 ; 1891,

49.

\ fruits, 1888, 221.

, indigo plants, 1888, 74,

268.

, insect pests, 1897, 175,

, mahogany, 1890, 168 ;

1894, 8 ; 1895, 79.
, miraculous fruits of,

1906, 171.

, Para rubber in, 1898, 274.

, Rafia, 1895, 88, 287.

, rubbers, 1888, 253 ; 1889,

63 ; 1890, 89 ; 1892, 68, 70.
, see also Ashanti, Gambia,

Gold Coast, Lagos, Niger

Coast, and Sierra Leone.
African Holarrhenas, 1896, 47.

— Lakes Company, list of
economic plants from Kew,
1896, 84.

— natives, training of, 1892, 75;
1893, 365.

— oil palm, 1891, 190; 1892,
62, (with figs.) 200; 1893,
168.

, fibre from, 1892, 62.

in Labuan, 1889, 259.

South Australia,

1895, 100.
Afzelia cuanzensis, 1892, 60.

— palembanica, 1887, Sept.,
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Agapetes oostatsu (7. H. Wright
. 1899, 103.
Agaricos augostns, 1894, 399.

— melleus (with plate), 1899,
25.

— Woodrowii, Maasee^ 1901,
151.

Agathosma virgata, 1887, Sept., 9.
Agave americana, fibre from,
1887, Mar., 3 ; 1892, 37.

— Bouchei, 1897, 403.

— (Euagave) decipiens, Baker^
1892, 183, lai ; 1893, 207.

— HaseloflB, 1897, 206.

— heteracantha, 1887, Dec., 5 ;
1890, 220.

— kewensiB, 1897, 207.

— laxifoUa, 1896, 149.

— MorriBii, 1891, 133.

— Peacockii, 1901, 113.

— rigida, and vara., 1887, Mar.,
3 ; 1892, 21, 35.

, var. elongata, 1892, 23,

34, 273 ; 1893, 212, 316.
, var. Bisalana, 1887, Mar.,

3; 1892,21; 1893,206,315.
in Bahamas, 1889,

57, 254; 1890, 158; 1891, 175;

1892, 27, 141, 189 ; 1894, 189,

412.
Brit. Honduras,

1892, 33.

Fiji, 1892, 37.

Florida, 1892, 25.

Jamaica, 1892, 32.

Trinidad, 1892,34.

Turks and Caicos

Islands, 1890, 273; 1892, 31,

217 ; 1893, 227 ; 1896, 119 ;

1898,287.

— Windward Is-

. lands, 1892, 34.
Yucatan, 1892, 22

272.

— Schottii, 1898, 22.

— vivipara, 1890, 50 ; 1892, 36,
283 ; 1893, 78.

Agaves and arborescent Liliaceae
on the Riviera, 1892, 1.

— on the Riviera, 1889, 300.
—, poling in, 1893, 315.
Agelaea brevipaniculata. Cum-

. mins, 1898, 73.
Ageratum polyphyllum, Bakei%
1898, 148.

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Aglaonema angastifolia, N. E.
Brown, 1895, 18.

Agra, Taj gardens, 18S2, 293.

Agricultural Chemistry, ad-
vances made during last
twenty.five years, 1898, 326.

— depression, 1897, 217.

— education in Jamaica, 1892,
74.

— industries at the Qambia,
1889, 142 ; 1890, 261 ; 1892,
109.

in the Bahamas, 1891, 175.

— resources of Zanzibar, 1892,
87.

Agriculture and the Empire,
1906,94.

— Imperial Department of.
West Indies, 1898, 234.

— in British Honduras, 1894,
97 ; 1895, 9.

Jamaica, 1894, 159.

Zanzibar, Director of,

1896, 221.
— , tropical, text-book of, 1893,

69.
Agri.-Hort. Society of Madras,

1892, 286.
Agrostis continuata, Stapf, 1897,

290.

— fissa, Stapf, 1897, 289.

— griquensis, Stapfj 1897, 290.

— natalensis, Stapf, 1897, 290.

— Volckensii, Stapf, 1897, 289.
Ai camphor, 1895, 275 ; 1896,

73.
Aitchison, Brigade - Surgeon,

J. T., death of, 1898, 310.
, fungi from India, 1898,

114.
Alton, William, 1891, 298.
-, W. T., 1891, 304.
Aji-aji, 1898, 174.
Akebia lobata, 1896, 150.
Akee, 1892, 109.
Aker Tuba, 1892, 216.
Alafia caudata, Stapf, 1894, 123.

— cuneata, Stapf, 1894, 122.

— lucida, Stapf, 1894, 122.

— major, Stapfy 1898, :W.

— sarmentosa, Stapf, 1894, 123.
Albuca (Falconera) Adlami,

Baker, 1897, 285.

— (— ) humilis. Baker, 1895,
153.

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Albuca (Falconera) nyikensis,

Baker, 1897, 286.
Aldabra Islands, 1893, 152.

, flora of, 1894, 146.

Alder clog sol^s, 1904, 6.
— , white, 1887, Sept., 11.
Alepidea setifera, N. E. Brown,

1896, 161.
Alearina tasmanica, Maaaee,

1898, 131.
Aleurites cordata. 1906, 120.

— Fordii, 1906, 117, 120.

— moluccana, 1887, Sept., 7.

— triloba, 1906, 121.

— trisperma, 1906, 119, 121.
Aleurodes cocois, 1893, 44, 58.
Alexandria, mealy-bug at, 1890,

94 ; 1891, 48.
Algae in the Kew Herbariam,

1897, 171.
— , marine, from Corea, 1906,

366.
Allen, C.E.F., 1904, 13.
Allium (Rhiziridium) Henryi,

WHght, 1895, 119.

— ostrowskianum, 1901, 82.

— Schuberti, 1898, 96.
Allouya tubers, 1892, 244.
Alniphyllum megaphyllum,

Hemsl et E. H. Wils., 1906,
162.
Alnus glutinosa, clog soles of,
1904, 6.

— nitida, 1899, 76.

Alocasia aequiloba, -^.i^.-Brow^n,
1895, 119.

— Curtisi, N. E. Broum, 1894,
347.

— jnacrorhiza, 1896, 71.

— reversa, 1896, 220.

Aloe abyssinica, var. laxiflora,
1893, 340.

— africana, 1890, 164.

— aurautiaca, 1892, 217.

— (Eualoe) Boylei, Baker, 1892,
84.

— Buchanani, Baker, 1895, 119.

— concinna. Baker, 1895, 153.

— ferox, 1890, 164, 166.

— fibre, Bombay, 1890, 50;
1892, 36, 283.

, Manila, 1893, 78.

— (Eualoe) (Jalpini, Baker,
1901,135.

— (— ) Lastii, Baker, 1901, 135.



Aloe leptophylla, 1898, 336.^

— lugardiana, Baker, 1901, 135.

— Luntii, Baker, 1894, 342;
1896, 28.

— (Eualoe) minima. Baker,
1895,153.

— Perryi, 1890, 165.

— purpurascens, 1890, 164.

— Schweinf urthii, 1899, 191.

— somaliensis, (7. H. Wright,
1901, 135.

— succotrina, 1890, 164.
Aloes, Curacao, 1899, 86.
— , Natal, 1890, 163.

— on the Riviera, 1892, 9.
Alpine plants, Australian, 1893,

112.

, distribution of, 1896, 151.

Alpinia Galanga, 1891, 5 ; 1892,

16. .

— oflBcinarum, 1891, 6.

— strobilifera. Baker, 1898, 225.
Alsophila Batesii, Baker, 1897,

299.

— costularis, Baker, 1906, 8.

— Henryi, Baker, 1898, 229,
Alstonia plumosa, 1898, 165.
Aluvilla, 1898, 100.
Amanita grisea, Massee et Rodr

way, 1901, 156.
Amelanchier alnif olia, 1887,
Nov., 18.

— canadensis, var. oblongifolia,
1898, 312.

American Ginseng (with fig.),
1893 71.

— golf sticks, 1898, 339.

— palm weevil (with plate),
1893, 27.

Ammophila arundinacea, 1897,
211. ^

Amomum angustifolium, 1898. '
288. Y

— hemisphaericum, 1898, 136. ;'

— (Achasma) Ridleyi, Baker)k
1892, 128. r

Amorphophallus leonen8is,1901, :
114. \

— Prainii, 1895, l4l.

— sp. in Formosa, 1896, 71. v
Amsterdam, University Botanic ^

Garden, 1898, 91. ^

Amygdalus leiocarpa, 1906, 109.
Anabasis Haussknechtii, 1903,

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Anaboena Flos-aquae, 1894, 399.
~ Hassalli, 1894, 399.
Anacardinm occidentale, 1898,

27.
Anagallis Hanningtonii, Baker,

1901, 127.
Ananas sativus, 1887, April, 8.
Anastatica hierochuntica, 1897,

2ia.

Anbury (with fig,), 1895, 129.
Andaman marble wood, 1887,

Sept., 18.
Anderson, J,, 1905, 61.
Andre, E., South American

BromeHaceae, 1892, 49.
Androcymbium decipiens, N. E.

Brown, 1906, 29.
Andropogon caesius, 1906, 341,

360.

— caricosus, 1896, 116.

— citratus, 1906, 297, 322, (with
plate) 357.

— coloratus, 1906, 321, 356.

— confertiflorus, 1906, 318, 355.

— flexuosus, 1906, 319, 356.

— Jwarancusa, 1906, 313, 354.

— laniger, 1906, ?97, 354.

— Martini, 1906, 335, 359.

— muricatus, 1906, 297, 346,
362.

— Nardus, 1898, 206 ; 1906, 297,
314, 354.

— odoratus, 1906, 297, 349, 363.

— pertusus, 1895, 209; 1896,
115.

— polyneuros, 1906, 345, 361.

— Schoenanthus, 1906, 297, 303,
352.

— Sorghum, var. saccharatum,
1897, 173.

— (— ) trichopus, Stapf, 1897,
287.

Anemone (Euanemone) Mille-
folium, Hemsl. et E. H. Wils.,
1906, 149.

— vernalis, 1898, 61.

— (Euanemone) Wilsoni,
Hemsl, 1906, 149.

Anerincleistus Curtisii, Stapf,

1892, 196.
Angico, 1H88, 129.
Angola, coffee cultivation in,

1894, 161.
Angraecum bistortum, Rolfe,

1893,65.



Angraecum fragrans, 1892, 181.

— Smithii, Eolfe, 1895, 37. "

— stylosum, Bol/e, 1895, 194.
Anguilla, report of Mr. Morris's

visit, 1891, 129.
Aniba perutilis, HemsL, 1894, 7,

197.
Anise, star, 1888, 173.
Anisopappus Junodi, Hutching

son, 1906, 249.
Anisopus, N. E. Broum, gen.

nov., 1895, 259.
^ Mannii, N. E. Brown, 1895,

259.
Anisotoma pedunculata, iV. E.

Brown, 1895, 150.
Annals of the Royal Botanic

Garden, Calcutta, 1894, 195 ;

1896, 234 ; 1898, 205.
Annatto, 1887, July, 1 ; Sept.,

1 ; 1890, 141 ; 1892, 215, 303.

— at Lagos, 1890, 162.
Annual, a gigantic, 1899, 135.
Anona Cherimolia, 1887, Aug.,

15.

— senegalensis, 1893, 371.
Anonaceae, dried specimens .of,

from Dr. King, 1892, 248.
Ant, parasol, 1893, (with plate)

50, 124.
Antarctic Voyage, botany of,

1905, 10.
Anthericum (Trachyandra) ma-

losanum. Baker, 1897, 285.

— (Phalangium) recur vifolium,
Baker, 1906, 28.

— (Dilanthes) Whytei, Baker,
1897,-285.

Anthistiria australis, 1894, 377.

— avenacea, 1894, 377.
Anthocleista insignis, Galpin,

1895, 150, 158.

— Kalbreyeri, Baker, 1895, 99.

— laxiflora. Baker, 1895, 99.

— parviflora. Baker, 1895, 99.

— zambesiaca. Baker, 1895, 99.
Anthomyia ceparum, 1887, Oct.,

18.
Anthospermum humile, N. E.

Brown, 1895, 145.
Anthoxanthum madagascari-

ense, iS/ap/, 1897, 287.
;A.nthracno6e in vines, 1893, 228.
Antburium Qustavi, 1895, 299.
Antiarin, 1891, 25.



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Antiaris innoxia, 1891, 26.

— toxicaria, 1891, 25, 259.
Antidesma dallachyanam, 1895,

272.
Antigua Botanic Station, 1894,

420.
— , date coltivation in, 1896, 26.
— , economic reaonrces of, 1887,

Jane, 4.
— , report of Mr. Morris's visit,

1891, 111.
— , Royal Commission,

1897, 384.

Antrophyum oboTatum, Baker,

1898, 233.

— petiolatam, BaJcer, 1906, 14.

— stenophyilnm, Baker, 1898,
233.

Antwerp Botanic Garden, 1898,
90.

— Commercial Mosetim, 1898,
90.

Aphloia myrtiflora, Qalpin,

1895, 142.
Apocynum venetnm, fibre from,

1898. 181.

Aposphaeria Alpiniae, Massee,

1899. 182.

— Canavaliae, Massee, 1906, 258.
Appendicala longipedunculata,

Bolfe, 1899, 132.
Apple diqease (with plate), 1906,

19.'J.
Apples, cider, 1895, 306.
— , dried, zinc in, 1895, 239.
Appointments : —

Allen, C. E. F., 1904, 13.

Anderson, J., 1905, 61.

Arden, S., 1900, 15.

Arthur, A., 1899, 75.

Badgery, E., 1906, 225.

Barber, C. A., 1891, 245;
l!898, 277.

Bea\W. J., 1892, 186.

Berryman, C, 1896, 147.

Bishop, Q. A., 1898, 96.

Brooks, A., 1903, 30.

Brown, A. E , 1905, 60.

— , E., 1903. 31.

— , T. W., 1899, 50, 221. /

— , W. R., 1905, 61.

Burbridge, K. G., 1906, 48.

Burkill, I. H., 1899, 50 ; 1900,«
16.

Butler, E. J., 1901, 80.



Appointments — corU.
Buttenshaw, W. R., 1899, 220.
Campbell, E., 1896, 217.
— , J. W., 1904, 13 ; 1906, 383.
Casse, A. E., 1901, 111.
Cavanagh, B., 1899, 221.
Cave, G. H., 1896, 186.
Curtis, C. H., 1892, 150.
Davies, H. J., 1893, 366.
Davy, E. W., 1905, 61.
Dawe, M. T., 1902, 24.
Dear, Q., 1893, 111.
Derry, R., 1396, 96 ; 1903, 31.
Dewar, D., 1893, 65.
Dodd, H., 1906, 224.
Don, W., 1903, 31 ; 1905, 61.
Douglas, G., 1901, 111.
Duncan, J. G., 1901, 111.
Dunn, S. T., 1903, 30.
Duthie, J. F., 1903, 29.
Elliott, W. R., 1903, 31.
Evans, A., 1901, 200.
— , F., 1903, 31.
— , L, B. P., 1905, 60.
Fishlock, W. C, 1902, 23.
Foster, E. W., 1901, 81 ; 1906,

48.
Fox, W., 1903, 31.
French, W. H., 1896, 147. .
Gage, Captain A. T., 1906, 383.
Gentil, L., 1897, 333.
Gossweiler, J., 1899, 75.
(Jresson, R. E., 1898, 277.
Griessen, A. E. P., 1898, 335.
Hackett, W., 1906, 173.
Hales, W., 1899, 191.
Harris, T. J., 1896, 217.
Harrow, R. L., 1893, 65.
Hartley, J. E., 1896, 218.
Harwood, S. D. F., 1903, 30.
Haydon, W., 1893, 340.
Head, W\, 1906, 225.
Hemsley, 0. T., 1898, 175.
— , W. B., 1899, 18.
Hillier, J. M., 1892, 309 ;

1901,201.
, Hislop, A., 1902, 23.
/ Holland, J. H., 1896, 147;

1898, 22 ; 1901, 21.
HoUey, H., 1898, 136.
Howard, A., 1899, 191.
Humphreys, T., 1893, 20.
Humphries, C. H., 1895, 155.
Irving, W., 1893, 65.
Jackson, T., 1905, 60.



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ApiK^intmeatB — cont.
Jeffrey, J. F., 1894, 133.
JohnBon, J. T., 1904, 13.
— , W. H., 1898, 54, 334;

1904, 13.
Jones, T., 1892, 186.
Jordan, A. J., 1899, 134.
Krnmbiegel, G. H., 1893, 66.
Leake, H. M., 1904, 13.
Lefroy, H. M., 1899, 220.
Leslie, J. E., 1902, 23.
— , W., 1899, 19.
Lewton-Brain, L., 1903, 30.
Linney, A., 1894, 192.
Little, E., 1905, 61.
Lloyd, H. B., 1898, 136.
Locke, R. H., 1904, 13.
Long, K, 1902, 24.
Luja, E., 1898, 200.
Lant, W., 1893, 36C ; 1894,

348.
McMillan, H. J., 1895, 155.
McNeill, M., 1899, 134.
Mahon, J., 1897, 240 : 1901,

200.
Main, T. W., 1906, 88, 383.
Massee, G., 1893, 144.
Mentzel, R., 1897, 423.
Millen, H., 1898, 334.
Moore, J. C, 1895, 15.7.
Morris, Dr. D., 1898, 234.
Mustoe, W. R., 1905, 61.
Osbom, A., 1902, 24.
PanUing, R., 1898, 22.
Patterson, W. H., 1904, 13.
Pearson, H. H. W. I'., 1899,

50 ; 1903, 30.
Petch, T., 1904, 14.
Powell, H., 1903, 31.
Prain, D., 1898, 50 ; 1905, 62.
Pring, G. H., 1906, 121.
Pnrves, J. M., 1900, 15.
Quinton, J. P., 1901, 111.
Robson, W., 1905, 60.
Russell, P. T., 1905, 61.
Sands, W. N., 1899, 133.
Scott, Dr. D. H., 1892, 245.
— , W., 1893, 340.
Sillitoe, F. S., 1903, 30.
Skan, S. A., 1894, 348.
Smythe, C. W., 1904, 13.
Standen, W. M., 1898, 57.
Stapf, Dr. 0., 1899, 19.
Stephen, J. H., 1891, 275;

1895, 231.



Appointments — cont.

Stockdale, F. A., 1905, 60.

Tannock, D., 1898, 237 ; 1903,
30.

Taylor, W., 1906, 173.

Thorpe, W., 1897, 84.

Tutcher, W. J., 1891, 245.

Vaughan, G., 1897, 109.

Wakely, C, 1896, 96.

Ward, J. R., 1893, 366.

Watson, W , 1892, 309 ; 1901,
169.

Westland, A. B., 1891, 245.

Whyte, A., 1898. 175.

Wigman, J. R., 1899, 50.

Willey, F. E., 1893, 66; 1895,
318.

Williams, J. L., 1906, 88.

Willis, J. C, 1896, 186.

Winn, W. N., 1892, 284.

Zimmer, C. W., 1893, 340.
Apricots from India, 1887, Sept.,

20.
Arabia, South, dried plants, 1895,

158,180,315.
Arabian objects for Kew Mu-
seum, 1895, 302.
Arachis hypogoea, 1901, 175.
Arachnanthe annamensis, 1906,

126.
Aralia quinquefolia (with fig.),

1893, 71 ; ] 902, 4.

var. angustifolia, 1902, 7.

Ginseng, 1892, 107;

1902, 6.

major, 1902, 7.

notoginseng, 1902, 7.

pseudo-Ginseng, 1902,

7.

repens, 1902, 6.

Araucaria imbricata at Kew,

1893, 24.

— wood, 1893, 225.
Arboretum, Hand-list of trees

and shrubs grown in, 1895,

40; 1896,187.
Arboriculture in the Uniteil

States, 1894, 37.
Arctotis Gurabletoni, 1901, 202.
Arden, S., 1900, 15; 1906, 383.
Ardisia gigantifolia. Stop/, 1906,

74.

— megaphylia, Hemai., 1894, 6.
Areca catechu, 18S7, Sept, 14.
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Areca nate, 1887, Sept., 13.
Arenaria ($A.l3ine) Littledalei,
Hemal., f896, 209.

— vestita, Baker, 1895, 212.
Arenga Engleri, 1895, 19.

in Formosa, 1896, 71.

Argel leaves, 1«91^ 177.
Argentina, fungus from, 1901,

168.
Argentine palm kernels, 1897,

337.
Argostemma concinnum,H(0f7MZ.,

1895, 105.
Argyle, Duke of, 1891, 292.
Argyreia ? Qrantii, Baker. 1894,

67.

— ? Hanningtoni, Baker, 1894,
67.

— ? laxiflora, Baker, 1894, 67.

— ? macrocalyx. Baker, 1894,
67.

Argyrolobium ? deflexiflorum,
Baker, 1897, 253.

— leucophyllum, Baker, 1897,
253.

— longipes, N, E, Brown, 1897,
254.

— reflexum, N. E. Brown, 1906,
18.

— variopile, N. E. Brown, 1906,
18.

Aristea cuspidata, Schinz, 1906,
25.

— nyikensis. Baker, 1897, 281.

— parviflora, Baker, 1906, 25.

— zombensis, Baker, 1897, 282.
Aristida redacta, Stap/, 1892,

85.
Aristolochia clypeata, 1897, 109.

— (Gymnolobus) consimilis,
Masters, 1906, 7.

— ( — ) daemoninoxia. Masters,
1906, 6.

— (Polyanthera) flagellata,
Stap/, 1906, 80.

— gigas, var. Sturtevantii, 1892,
246.

— gracillima, HefnsL, 1901, 143.

— odoratissima, 1887, Dec., 10.
Arlstotelia Maqui, 1890, 34.
Armeria caespitosa, 1898, 137.
Arnold Arboretum, 1894, 42.
Aroids at Kew, 1897, 235.
Arracacha, 1887, Aug., 10 ; Sept.,

•}6.



Arracacia esculenta, 1887, Aug.,

10; Sept., 16.
Arrowroot, 1893, 191, 331, 360.
— , Bermuda, 189S, 50.

— in Grenada, 1893, 333.

Queensland, 1893, 331.

St. Vincent^ 1893, 191, 360.

South Australia, 1895, 100.

— , South Sea, 1892, 51.

— , Tacca, 1892, 51.
Artabotrys odoratissima, 1887,

Sept, 16. .
Artemisia Af ra, 1887, Sept., 9.

— maritima, 1893, 126.

— pallens, 1898, 203.
Arthrophy Hum borneense,

Baker, 1896, 23.
Arthrosolen fraternus, N, E.
Brown, 1901, 132.

— sphaerocephalus. Baker, 1894,
341.

Arthrostylidium Prestoei,

Munro, 1895, 186.
Arthur, A, 1899, 75.
Artificial coffee beans, 1891, 201.
Artocarpas Blumei, 1894, 109.

— elastica, 1894, 109.
Arundinaria nitida, Mitfot^d,

1896, 20 ; 1898, 316.
Arundo madagascariensis, 1893,

341.
Asclepias albida, N. E* Brown.
1895, 254.

— amabilis, N, E, Brown, 1895,
70.

— conspicua, N. E. Brown,
1895, 253.

— curassavica as an insectif uge,

1897, 338.

— flavida, N. E. Brown, 1895,
255.

— fomicata, N.E.Brown, 1906,
250.

— fulva, N. E. Brown, 1895,
254.

— int^ra, N. B. Brown, 1895,
219.

— Nuttii, N. E. Brown, 1898,
308.

— Phillipsiae, N. E, Brown,
1895, 219.

— propinqua, N. E. Brown,
1895, 254.

— pygmaea, N. E. Brown, 1895,
255.



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Asclepias Schweinf nrthii, N. E.
Brown, 1895, 253.

— semilunata, fibre from, 1906,
397.

— spectabilis, N. E. Brown^
1895, 254.

— tenuifolia, N. E. Browrij
1895,255.

Asero^ rabra, 1897 (plate facing

p. 115), 136.
Ash, Cape, 1887, Sept, 11.
Ashanti, agriculture in, 1898, 69.

— economic productB of, 1898,
69.

— expedition, botany of, 1898,
65.

Ashbourne, 1906, 224.
Ashmore, A.M., report on Gold

Coast Botanic Station, 1895,

12.
Asia Minor, bubs from, 1893,

147 ; 1899, 81.

dried plants, 1893, 224.

, Phylloxera, 1889, 66.

— , Russian, fungi from, 1901,

150.
Asparagus (Asparagopsis) Bu-

chanani, Baker, 1893, 211.



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