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— longipes, Baker, 1901, 134.

— scandens, 1899, 192.

— Sprengeri, 1906, 125.
Aspasia Barclay!, Rolfe, 1892,

210.
Aspidiotus aurantii, 1890, 95 ;
(with plate) 1891, 221.

— pemiciosus, 1898, 167.
Aspidistra typica, 1896, 150.
Aspilia Glaziovi, Baker, 1895,

106.

— monocephala, Baker, 1898,
152.

— vulgaris, N. E. Brown, 1906,
164.

— zombensis. Baker, 1898, 152.
Asplenium (Euasplenium) eful-

ense, Baker, 1901, 137.

— ( — ) Qregoriae, Baker, 1896,
40.

— (Diplazium) leptophyllum,
Baker, 1906, 10.

— (Anisogonium) macrodict-
yon, Baker, 1901, 144 ; 1906,
15.

— (Euasplenium) microxiphion,
Bakery 1896, 40. —



Asplenium (Euasplenium) Na-
tunae. Baker, lo96, 41.

— (Diplazium) parallelosorum.
Baker, 1906, 9.

— (Euasplenium) ruwenzori-
ense. Baker, 1901, 137.

— (Anisogonium) S a n d e r i,
Baker, 1906, 15.

— rAthyrium) sinense. Baker,
1906, 9.

— (Anisogonium) Wallisii,
Baker, 1901, 145.

Assam rubber, 1892, 68, 70.
— , — cultivation in, 1896, 171,
in Egypt, 1897, 429 ; 1899,

87.
trees, cultivation of, 1891,

100; 1896,171.
for West Africa, 1891,

97.
— , Solanum torvum in, 1896,

63.
Aster Piccolii, 1899, 192.
Asterina Systema-solare, Maaaee,

1901, 160.
Asteriscus pygmaeus, 1897, 210.
Astragalus brevidentatus, C. H.

Wright, 1906, 200.

— Henryi (with plate), 1906,
382.

— ponticus, 1898, 336.
Astrebla pectinata, 1894, 377.

— triticoides, 1894 377.
Asystasia Coleae, Rol/e, 1895,

223.
Atherosperma moschata, 1889,

116.
Athrixia diflEusa, Baker, 1898,

152.

— pinif olia, N. E. Brown, 1895,
26.

— stenophylla. Baker, 1897,
270.

Atriplex halimoides, 1896, 134.

— Halimus, 1896, 134.

— leptocarpa, 1896, 137.

— nummularia, 1896, 132.

— semibaccata, 1896, 138,

— vesicaria, 1896, 139.
Attalea funifera, 1889, 237.
Attar of roses, 1893, 22.
Auerswaldia maxima, Masses.

1901, 166.
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Aulographum max imam,

Massee, 1899, 177.
Auricularia Bntleri, Massee,

1906 94.
Au8tin'gra8S,T1894, 385.
Australasia, bananas in, 1894,

272.
Anstralia, fluted scale-insect in,

1889, 195.
— , introduction of Brazil-nut,

1887, Dec, 11.
— , South, date cultivation in,

1895, 161.
— , — , fruits, 1888, 6.
— , West, fruits, 1888, 10.
— , — , timbers from, 1887, Sept.,

6; 1899,72,205.
Australian Alpine plants, 1893,

112.

— dried plants, 1896, 31.

— fungi from Sir F. von
Mueller, 1891, 246.

, handbook of, 1892, 217.

— grass wrack, 1906, 397.

— myrmecophilous plants, 1897,
86.

— timbers in Kew Museums,
1892, 247.

Avena calfra, Stapf, 1897, 293.

— longa, Stapf, 1897, 292.

— muriculata, Stapf, 1897, 291.

— Newtonii, Stapf, 1897, 291.

— Rothii, Stap/y 1897, 292.

— turgidula, Stapf, 1897, 293.
Averrhoa carambola, 1887, Sept.,

16.
Azuca-caii, 1901, 173.



B.



Babiana orthosantha, Baker ^

1906, 27.
Bacillus vascularum, 1894, 2. -
Bacularia monostachya, 1889^

293.
Badgery, R., 1906, 225.
Bahama grass, 1894, 377.

in Brit. Guiana, 1897, 209.

Bahamas p^iculture, 1891, 175.
— fibre indufi^iry, 1889, 57, 254 ;

1890, 158 ;*7,191, 176 ; 1892,

27, 141, 189 J 894, 189, 412.



Bahamas, fruit cultivation in,
1892,218.

— fruits, 1888, 180.

— Pita, see Sisal hemp.
Bahia piassava, 1889, 337.
Bailey, F. M., 1893, 366.
, Queensland d r i ed

plants, 1891, 275 ; 1892, 311.

, re-appointment as Co-
lonial Botanist, 1894, 108.

Baillon, Dr. H., Madagascar
dried plants, 1892, 104.

Baisaea angolensis, Stap/^ 1894,
126.

— brachyantha, Stop/, 1894,
125

— dichotoma, Stapf, 1894, 125.

— laxiflora, Stapf, 1894, 124.

— tenuiloba, Stapf, 1894, 124.
Baker, C. H., a gigantic annual,

1899, 135.
— , J. G., awarded Linnean

Medal, 1899, 75.
, notes on Agaves and

arborescent Liliaceae on the

Riviera, 1892, 1.

, retirement of, 1899, 17.

, visit to the Riviera,

1891, 276.
Balanophora hookeriana,i3i9m^^.,

1894, 102.
Ball, J., distribution of Alpine

plants, 1896, 151.
Ballota fruticosa, Baket\ 1895,

225.
Balsam, gouty-stemmed, 1892,

187.
Balsamodendron Myrrha, 1897,

98.
Balucanat, 1906, 119.
Bambarra ground-nut, 1906, 68,

192.
Bamboo brooms, 1898, 203.
-r from the Shire Highlands,

1893, 341,
— , Gambia, 1892, 45.

— garden at Kew, 1892, 151.

— herbarium, Gamble's, 1894,
370.

— palm, see Raphia vinifera.

— products in Museum, 1887,
Sept., 14 ; 1892, 187.

Bamboos, effects of frost on, at
Kew, 1896, 10.

— in Formosa, 1896, 71.



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Bamboos in Sierra Leone, 1893,
169.

— on the Riviera, 1889, 297.
Bambusa anrea, 1889, 298.

— gigantea, 1889, 298.

— gracilis, 1889, 298.

— MazeUi, 1889, 298.

— Metake, 1889, 298.

— mitis, 1889, 298.

— nigra, 1889, 299.

— quadrangularis, 1889, 299.

— Quilloi, 1889, 299.

— scriptoria, 1889, 299.

— Simoni, 1889, 299.

— salphurea, 1889, 299.

— Tulda, 1887, Dec., 8.

— verticillata, 1889, 299.

— violescens, 1889, 300.

— viridi-glaucescens, 1889, 300.

— vulgaris, 1889, 300.

— Wrayi, Stapf, 1893, 14.
Bambuseae of British India,

1897, 110.
Banana, Jamaica, 1892, 151.

— or sweet plantain, 1894, 253.
Bananas, 1894, 253.

— and plantains contrasted,
1894, 252.

— , caltivated varieties, 1894,

260-270.

at Kew, 1894, 240, 280.

Sion House, 1894, 281.

.-, cultivation, 1894, 271.
— , — in England, 1894, 279.
— , diseases, 1894, 281.

,in Fiji, 1890, 272 ; 1892, 48.

— , dye and tan from, 1894, 288.
— , economic uses, 1894, 284.
— , fibre of, 1887, April, 5 ;

1894, 289.
— , fleshy-fruited, 1894, 231.
— , giant, 1S94, 251.
— , red-bracteated, 1894, 257.
— , swollen-stemmed, 1894, 240.
—, true, 1894, 257.

— in Australasia, 1894, 272.
British Guiana, 1894, 255,

268, 278, 282, 300, 307, 311.

Honduras, 1894, 276.

New Guinea, 1894, 273.

Canary Islands, 1894, 295.

Central America, 1894, 285,.

Ceylon, 1894, 262, 273.

— ^ Fiji, 1894, 273, 281, 286. .
Guatemala, 1894, 298.



Bananas in India, 1894, 260, 288.
Indian Archipelago, 1894,

263.
Jamaica, 1894, 270, 275,

297, 302, 310, 312.

Java, 1894, 264, 265.

Mauritius and Madagascar,

1894, 266.
New Caledonia, 1894, 250,

287.

Nicaragua, 1894, 278.

Peru, 1894, 268.

Philippine Islands, 1894,

263, 289.

Polynesia, 1894, 265, 273.

Queensland, 1894, 281. . .

St. Helena, 1894, 275.

Singapore, 1894, 265.

South-East Africa, 1894,

284.
Surinam, 1894, 306, 310,

313.

'Tahiti, 1894, 246, 286.

Trinidad, 1894, 270, 276,

283, 302, 304, 313.
Tropical Africa, 1894, 265,

274, 286, 287, 304.

United States, 1894, 311.

Venezuela, 1894, 269, 278.

West Indies, 1894, 270,

275, 285.

— , meal from, 1894, 310.

— , ornamental, 1894, 231.

— , preserved, 1894, 299.

— , summary of information re-
lating to, 1894, 229.

— , trade in, 1894, 295.

— , wine from, 1894, 294.

Bandina boxwood, 1887, Sept., 8,

Bandoline wood, Chinese, 1897,
336.

Banks, Sir Joseph, 1891, 305.

, Journal of, 1897, 85.

Baphia nitida, 1906, 373.

Barbacenia Candida, 1893, 21.

— squamata, 1893, 21.
Barbados Botanic Station, 1887,

June, 9 ; 1891, 153.

— dried plants, 1896, 31.

— , economic resources of, 1887,
June, 5.

— fruits, 1888, 184.

— , mites on sugar-cane, 1890, 85.
— , report of Mr. Morrises visit,
1891, 152, 158.



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Barbados, report of Royal Com-

miBflion, 1897, 360.
— , seedling sugar-canes, 1888,

294 ; 1889, 242 ; 1891, 11.
— , sngar-cane disease, 1895, 81.
Barber, C. A., 1891, 245 ; 1898,

277.
— , Mrs. M. E., Stapelias, 1903,

17.
Barbey, W., Abyssinian dried

plants, 1897, 241.
Barilla, 1890, 56.
— , Aden, 1891, 96.
Bark Bosch, 1898, 18.

— cloth of Uganda, 1892, 58.

— fibre of Calotropis gigantea,
1900 9.

Barkly, Sir Henry, 1898, 335.
Barley, hnskless, 1888, 271.
Barnard, Mrs., death of, 1899, 19.
Baron, Rev. R., Madagascar

dried plants, 1892, 49.
Barrel staves, insect injury to

(with fig.), 1890, 181.
Bartholina pectinata, 1896, 29.
Bartlett, H. E., 1891, 87.

, death of, 1891, 93.

Barwood, 1906, 373.
Bass, Berg, 1906, 289.

— fibre, Palmyra, 1892, 148.
, West African, 1891, 1;

1892, 299.
Bassia latif olia, 1887, Sept., 20.
Batalin, Dr. A. F., donation to

Herbarium, 1896, 187.
, dried plants from

Central Asia and Hayti, 1892,

248.
Batemannia peruviana, Rolfe^

1895, 193.

Battarrea laevispora, MdsseCy

1901,152.
Bauer, Francis, 1891, 302.
Bauhinia (Phanera) brachy-

scypha. Baker, 1896, 22.

— (— ) Creaghi, Baker, 1896, 21.

— Galpini, 1896, 186.

— (Phanera) macropoda,£faArfir,

1896, 22.

— ( — ) stenostachya. Baker,
1896, 22.

— Vahlii, 1887, Sept., 19.
Bavaria, Nonnen pest in, 1890,

224 ; 1892, 143.
Bdellium, 1896, 86.



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Bean, W.

169.
Beaucarneas

1889 302
Bechuanaland forests, 1892, 312.
Beeberine, 1887, Sept., 15.
Beech, Cape, 1887, Sept, 11.
— , table oil from, 1894, 218.
Beeches, South American, 1906,

379.
Beef wood tree, in India, 1892,

73.
! _ Lagos, 1890, 162 ; 1891,

47.

West Africa, 1893, 25.

Beer casks, destruction of, in

India, 1894, 138.
Beet canker (with fig.), 1906, 49.
— , diseases of (with figs.), 1906,

49.
—, heart rot, 1906, 59.

— leaf spot (with fig.), 1906, 52.

— mildew (with fig.), 1906, 53.

— rust, 1906, 51.

— scab, 1906, 59.

— sickness (with fig.), 1906, 58.
— , sugar, bacterial disease of,

1906, 60.
Beetles destructive to rice crops

in Burma, 1889, 13.
Beetroot tumour (with flig.),

1906, 56.
Begonia Baumanni, 1897, 241.

— (SHaagea) bonthainensis,
Hemsl., 1896, 37.

— calabarica, Stapf, 1906, 20.

— disease, 1895, 285.

— hemsleyana, 1899, 223.

— peristegia, Staj)f, 1901, 140.

— sinensis, 1899, 192.

— Somervillei, HemsL, 1896,
17.

— umbraculifera, 1896, 96.

— venosa, 1899, 134.

— Weigallii, HemaL, 1896, 17.
Belgium, botanical museums in,

1898, 86.
— , horticulture in, 1893, 162.
Belgrove, 1906, 224.
Belmontia divaricata, Baker,

1897, 274.

— platyptera. Baker, 1894, 25.

— pumila, Baker, 1894, 25.

— zambesiaca. Baker, 1894,
25.



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Ben, oil of, 1887, Jan., 7 ; 1892,

284.
Bengal kino, 1887, Sept., 20.
— , rice oultivation in, 1888, 284.
Beniseed at the (Gambia, 1898,

40.
Benken wood, 1887, Sept., 11.
Bent, J. T., death of, 1897,

206.
, expedition to South

Arabia, 1895, 158, 180.
, Hadramaut expedition,

1893, 366 ; 1894, 194, 328. .
, , botany of, 1894,

328.
, Socotra dried plants,

1897, 242.
Bentham, George, 1906, 187.

— Trust, books presented to
Kew by, 1892, 150 ; 1894, 137 ;
1895, 46; 1898, 101; 1900,
18; 1901, 118; 1905, 70; 1906,
133, 189, 234, 294.

Bentia, Rolfe^ gen. nov., 1894,

3:«.

— fruticulosa, Rolfiy 1894, 338.
Benzoin, Siam, 1895, 154, 195.
Berberis (§ Mahonia) Veitchio-

rum, Henish et E. H. Wils.^
1906, 152.

— verruculosa, Hemsl. et E. H.
Wih., 1906, 151.

— Wilsonae, Hemal, 1906, 151.
Berg Bass, 1906, 289.
Berkheya Adlami, 1897, 109.

— bilabiata, N. E. Broum, 1901,
126.

— echinopsoides, Baker, 1898,
155.

— nivea, N. E. Brown, 1901,
126.

— parvif olia. Baker, 1898, 155.
polyacantha. Baker, 1898,



- poi;
156.



— spinulosa, N. E. Brown,

1898, 127.
Berlandiera tomentosa, 1899,

222.
Berlin Herbarium, dried plants

from, 1892, 72.
— , Notizblatt des Kgl. bot.

Gartens und Museums, 1895,

77.
Berlinia densiflora, Baker, 1897,

265.



Bermuda arrowroot, 1898, 60.
— , Flora of, 1905, 42.

— fruits, 1888, 216.

— , fungi from, 1898, 133.

— grass, 1894, 377.

— lilies, 1892, 309.

— , minor induEtries in, 1894,

353 ; 1896, 221.
— , onion disease, 1887, Oct., 1.

— Public Garden, 1898, 96.
Berryman, C, 1896, 147.
Bertholletia excelsa, 1887, Dec.,

11.
Beschomeria Wrightii, 1901,

171.
Beschornerias on the Riviera,

1899, 302 ; 1892, 7.
Betel nut fibre, 1887, Sept., 14.
Bhabur grass (with plate), 1888,

157 ; 1894, 367.
Bhadgaon farm, Bombay Presi-
dency, 1895, 29.
Bidens simplicifolia, (7. H,

Wright, 1906, 5.
Biffen, f{. H., coagulation of

rubber-milk, 1898, 177.
, notes on Ceara rubber,

1898, 14.
Bif renaria Charlesworthii, Rol/e,

1894, 184.

— lyrianthina, 1896, 96.
Bignonia buccinatoria, 1897,

109.
Bijou Lime, 1894, 116.
Billian iron wood, 1887, Sept.,

15.
Billington, H. W. L., death of,

1897, 424.
Binder, W., death of, 1896, 96.
" Birch tree •' of Jamaica, 1898,

239.
Bishop, G. A., 1898, 96.
Bissa b61, 1896, 93.
Bitter Vetch, 1894, 349.

— wood, 1894, 402.

Bixa Orellana, 1887, July, 1;

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

303.

at Lagos, 1890, 162.

BixaduB sierricola, 1897, 179.
Black Burmese rice, 1892, 232.

— iron wood, 1887, Sept., 11.

— walnut, 1894, 140.

— wood, 1889, 115.
Blackthorn fishhooks, 189&, 98.



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Blaerla microdonta, G. H.

Wright, 1897, 272.
Blair Castle, 1906, 263.
Blakea gracilis, 1906, 401.
Blepharis edulis, var. congesta,

Rolfe, 1894, 338.
Blighia sapida, 1892, 109.
Blister blight (with fig.), 1898,

109.
Blue Gum, 1903, 1.
Blueberry, Canadian, 1887, Nov.,

17.
Blue-grass, 1894, 385.
Blumea Balfourii, Hemah, 1894,

213.

— balsamifera (with plate),
1895, 275 ; 1896, 73.

Bobartia gracilis, Bake7\ 1901,

134.
Bocca root, 1895, 37.
Boea hians, Burkill, 1901, 142.
Boehmeria nivea, 1888, 145, 273,

297; 18S9, 268, 284; 1892,

251 ; 1898, 209.
as food for silkworms,

1890, 174.

in China, 1891, 250.

Formosa, 1896, 73.

, var. tenacissima, 1888,

145 ; 1889, 268, 284.
Bog land, planting, 1903, 22.
Bojeria vestita. Baker, 1895,

68.
Bok Buchu, 1887, Sept, 9.
Bolbitius longipes, Mrissee, 1899,

169.

— umbonatus, Masses (with
plate), 1906, 46.

Boletus Ridleyi, Masses, 1901,
154.

— Rodwayi, Masses, 1899, 179.
Bolivia, Para rubber in, 1898,

252.
Bolobolo fibre from Lagos, 1889,

15.
Bolus, H., South African dried

plants, 1893, 146, 369.
Bombax malabaricum, 1896, 70.
Bombay aloe fibre, 1890, 50;

1892, 36, 283.

— Presidency, agricultural
farms in, 1895, 28.

, flora of, 1901, 173.

, trees and shrubs of, 1894,

401.



Books, donations of, to Kew,
1892, 150; 1893, 22; 1894,
137; 1895, 46, 156; 1898, 101,
102 ; 1900, 17 ; 1901, 117 ; 1903,
32; 1905,70; 1906, 132,134,
189, 232, 234, 236.
— , preservation of, in the tro-
pics, 1894, 217 ; 1895,237.
Books : —
A contribution to our know-
ledge of seedlings, 1892,
313.
Annals of the Royal Botanic
Garden, Calcutta, 1894, 195;.
1898, 205.
Bambuseae of British India,

1898, 110.
Botanical literature of the
British Empire, 1889, 153.

— Magazine, 1895, 19, 40, 77,
121,! 156, 198,232,272,299,
318 ; 1896, 28, 55, 96, 122,
123, 149, 150, 186, 220 ; 1897,
84, 109, 110, 169, 206, 207
241, 301, 333, 403,' 424;

1898, 22, 23, 60, 96, 136,
175,200,238,279,312,336;

1899, 20, 51, 76, 134, 191,
192, 222 ; 1901, 81, 82, 113,
114,115,171,172,202,203;
1906, 125, 126, 127, 185, 237,
296, 400, 401, 402.

Botany of the Pilcomayo Ex-
pedition, 1895, 20.

British Fungus-flora, 1893, 26,
372; 1895,234.

Cantor Lectures on India-
rubber plants, 1898, 312.

Catalogue of Portraits of
Botanists, 1906, 128.

the Kew Library, 1899,

83.

Dioscoridian Codex, 1905, 70.

Distribution of plants on the
south side of the Alps, 1896,
151.

Donn's Hortus Cantabrigien-
sis, 1895, 205.

Exotic plants from the Royal
Gardens, Kew, 1893, 147.

Ferns of South Africa, 1893,
69.

Flora Australiensis, 1905, 15.

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Books— con^.
Flora Capensis, 1896, 124, 186 ;

1897, 226 ; 1898, f 23, 200 ;

1899,192; 1900, 20; 1901,

173; 1905,24; 1906,186.
— of Bombay Presidency,
' 1901, 173.
British Central Africa,

1897, 170,
India, 1894, 225 ;

1896, 150 ; 1897, 205, 425 ;

1905, 34.
•, supplementary

note to, 1894, 200.

Hong Kong, 1905, 14.

Madagascar, 1890, 200.

Malay Peninsula, 1894,

34 ; 1905, 39 ; 1906, 136.
Mauritius and Sey-
chelles, 1905, 36.
Simla, 1898, 97 ; 1902,

18.
the Tonga or Friendly

Islands, 1894, 370.

Trinidad, 1905, 41.

Tropical Africa, 1898,

24,97,280; 1899,192; 1901,

82, 173; 1905, 26; 1906, 135,

237.
Flore de Juan Fernandez,

1897, 112. .
rile de la Reunion,

1897, 112.
Food grains of India, 1887,

Dec, 7.
Fossil plants of the Coal Mea-
sures, 1895, 123.
George Bentham, 1906, 187.
Guide to Museum No. II.,

1895, 203.

No. III., 1894, 74.

Hand - book of Australian

Fungi, 1892, 217.
Flora of Ceylon,

1892, 250 ; 1894, 34, 227 ;

1895,236; 1897,208; 1898,

336 ; 1905, 22.

— Irideae, 1892, 217.

New Zealand Flora,

1905, 26.
Hand-list of Coniferae, 1896,

108.
Ferns and Fern

Allies, 1895, 199; 1906,

124.



Books — cont

. Hand - list of Herbaceous
plants, 1895, 232.

Orchids, 1896, 56.

' Tender Monocotyle-
dons, 1897, 229.

Trees and Shrubs,

1895,40; Pt. ii., 1896, 187.
History of Botanical Dis-
coveries in China, 1898,
313.
Hooker's Icones Plantarum,
1892, 52, 285; 1894, 133.
372; 1895, 19, 122, 199, 311);

1896, 56, 123, 150 ; 1897,
207 ; 1898, 137 ; 1899, 77,
135 ; 1901, 115.

Hortus Veitchii, 1906, 134.
Index Florae Sinensis, 1889,
225; 1894,225; 1898,238;

1905, 64 ; 1906, 192.

— Kewensis, 1892, 49 ; 1893,
342 ; 1894, 74, 400 ; 1895,
300 ; 1896, 29.

, supplement to, 1897,

110.

Johnson's Gterdener's Diction-
ary, 1894, 163.

Journal of Sir Joseph Banks,

1897, 85.

Karakoram Expedition, scien-
tific reports of, 1895, 20.

Kew Bulletin, vols, out of
print, 1894, 74.

, selected papers from,

1893,227; 1901,116; 1906,
405.

Kirk's Students' Flora of New
Zealand, 1899, 21.

Kniphof's Botanica in Ori-
ginali, 1895, 157.

L'Arohipel de la Nouvelle-
Caledonie, 1897, 112.

Liberia, 1906, 236.

Linnaeus' Systema Naturae,
1894, 167.

List of Kew Publications^
1841-1895; 1897,1,238. ^

— — published names of-
plants introduced to culti-^
vation, 1876-1896 ; 1900, 21.

— — wortoJ prepared by Kew
staff, 1905, 1*

Manual of New Zealand Flora,

1906, 403.



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Books— con^.

Notizblatt des Kgl. bot. Oar-
tens, Berlin, 1895, 77.

Nouvelles Archives da Mn-
s^um d'Histoire Natnrelle
de Paris, 1894, 137.

Poetry of Kew Oardens, 1896,
152.

PritzePs Iconnm Botanioanun
Index, supplement to, 1895,
124.

Records of Botanical Survey
of India, 1898, 287.

Report on Economic Re-
sources of West Indies,
1898, 61.

Robert, Bosse and de Chas-
tillon^s Recneil de Plantes,
1896, 32.

Select Extratropical Plants,
1895, 303.

Synopsis of the Museae, J 893,
187.

Text- book of Fungi, 1906,
404.

Tropical Agricul-
ture, 1893, 69.

Trees and Shrubs of the Bom-
bay Presidency, 1894, 401.

Wild Fauna and Flora of Kew,
1906, 42.
Borassus flabelliformis, 1887,

Sept., 18 ; 1892, 148, 186.
Borers of Jarrah timber, 1893,

339 ; 1894, 78.

— in Castilloa elastica, 1897,
177, 186.

Sugar-cane, 1892, 108,

(with plate) 153, 267 ; 1894,
172 ; 1895, 82, 85 ; 1898, 102,

Bomean dried ferns, 1893, 224.

plants, 1891, 276; 1894,

136; 1896,31.

Borneo camphor wood, 1887,
Sept., 15.

— , fungi from, 1898, 119

— iron wood, 1887, Sept., 15.
— , Manila hemp in, 1898, 15.

— rubber, 1892, 68, 70.

— N. E., timbaran tree of, 1894,
108.

Boronia fastigiata, 1906, 296;
Boscia Oarsoni, JBaA;»r, 1895, 288.
Botanic Garden, Amsteidam,
1898, 91.



Botanic Oarden, Antwerp, 1898,

90.

'y Brisbane, 1893, 147.

, Brussels, 1898, 88.

, Buitenzorg, 1893, 173.

, — y photographs of, 1894,

135.
y Calcutta, Annals of, 1894,

195; 1898,205.

, Cape Town, 1892, 10.

, Castleton, Jamaica, 1892,

73; 1895,79; 1906,61.

, Durban, 1900, 12.

, Edinburgh, 1906, 258.

, Ghent, 1898, 87.

, Glasgow, 1906, 259.

, Grenada, 1887, June, 8 ;

July, 12 ; 1891, 146.

, Leyden, 1898, 90.

, Missouri, 1894, 52.

, Sydney, 1906, 205.

, Victoria, Cameroons,

1896, 177.
, Zomba, 1895, 186.

— Gaidens in South Africa,
1895, 49.

— Station, Antigua, 1891, 111 ;
1894, 420.

, Barbados, 1891, 152.

, British Honduras, 1895,

10 ; 1896, 101.
, Dominica, 1891, 115 ;

1893, 148, 359 ; 1894, 409, 420.

, Gambia, 1898, 35.

, Gold Coast, 1891, 169;

1892, 14, 297; 1893, 160;

1895, 11, 165.
, Lagos, 1888, 149 ; 1889,

69 ; 1890, 162 ; 1891, 46.
, — , list of cultivated

plants at, 1892, 314.
, Montserrat, 1891, 119;

1894, 420.
, Old Calabar, 1895, 164 ;

1897, 113.
, St. Kitts-Nevis, 1891, 126;

1894, 420.
, St. Lucia, 1891, 134; 1899,

193.
,* St. Vincent, 1891, 140;

1892, 92 ; 1894, 80, 366.
, — — , plan of Curator's

house, 1892, 93.

y Sierra Leone (with plan),

. 1897,303; 1898,58.



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Botanic Station, Zomba, 1898, 83.

— Stations in the Leeward
Islands, 1894, 419.

in the West Indies, 1887,

June, 1 ; July, 9.

, rules for the protection

and government of (St. Lucia),
1891, 163.

, West African, 1893, 363.

, , employment of Cu-
rators on leave, 1897, 329.

Botanical Department, Jamaica,
1891, 156; 1892, 73; 1894,
159; 1896, 125; 1899, 230;
1906, 61.

, — , agricultural educa-
tion, 1892, 74.

— Departments at home and in
the Colonies and India, Staffs
of, 1889,122; 1890,175; Ap-
pendix III., 1891-1899 ; Ap-
pendix IV., 1900-1906.

— discoveries in China, Bret-
schneider's history of, 1898,
313.

— enterprise in 1796, 1893, 80.
British Central Africa,

1895, 186.

Honduras, 1896, 101.

East Africa, 1896, 80.

the Niger Protectorate,

1891, 84 ; 1895, 164.
West Indies, 1891,

103.
West Africa, 1897, 329.

— exploration in Yunnan, 1897,
99, 407.

of Cuba, 1890, 37.

Sikkim-Tibet frontier,

1^93, 297.

— literature of the British Em-
pire, guide to, 1889, 153.

— Magazine, 1895, 19, 40, 77,
321, 156. 198, 232, 272, 299,
318 ; 1896, 28, 55, 96, 122, 123,
149,150,186,220, 233; 1897,
84, 109, no, 169, 206, 207,
241, 301, 333, 403, 424 : 1898,
22, 23, 60, 96, I:i6, 175, 200,
235,279, 312, 336; 1899, 20,
51, 76, 134, 191, 192, 222;
1901, 81, 82, 113, 114, 115,
171, 172, 202, ?03 ; 1906, 125,
J 26, 127, 185, 237, 296, 400,
401, 402.

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Botanical mission to the West
Indies, report of, 1891, 109.

— Museums in Belgium and
Holland, 1898, 86.

France, 1900, 1.

— nomenclature, 1895, 278 ;
1896, 72.

— Survey of India, 1895, 56 ;
1896,220; 1898,287.

the Empire, 1905, 9.

Tropical Africa, 1906,

239.

— tables, Eari of Bute's, 1892,
306.

Botany of Ashanti Expedition,
1898, 65.

Formosa, 1896, 65.

Gambia Delimitation Com-
mission, 1891, 268 ; 1892, 45.

Hadramaut Expedition,

1894, 328.

Karakoram Expedition,

1895, 20.

Milanje, 1892, 121.

Pilcomayo Expedition,

1895, 20.
the Antarctic Voyage,

1905, 10.
Bothriocline inyangana, N. E.

Broum, 1906, 107.

— laxa, N. E. Brown, 1894, 388.

— longipes, N. E. Brotvn^
1894, 389.

Botryosphaeria Anthuriicola,

Masses, 1899, 185.
Botrytis corolligena (plate

facing 115), 1897, 159.
Bouillie Bordelaise, 1888, 271,
, for mildew on vines,

1889, 229, 230 ; 1890, 190.
, — potato disease, 1692,

242.
Rourbon vanilla, 1892, 213.
Bouteloua juncifolia, 1895, 210.

— oligostachya, 1897, 224.
Bowstring hemp (with figs.),

1887, May, 1; 1892, 129;

1893, 186, 208.
in South Australia, 1895,

101.
the United States, 1893,

208.
Boxwood, Bandina, 1887, Sept ,

8.
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Boxwood sundial, primitiye,

1906, 398.
— , West Indian, 1904, 11.
Brachionidium Sherringii^ltolfey

1893, 4.

Brachyategia appendicnlata,
1892, 59.

— longifolia, 1892, 59.

— spicaef ormis, 1892, 59.

— tamarindoides, var., 1892,
59.

Brachystelma Buchanani, N. E.
Brown, 1895, 263.

— magicum, N. E. Brown, 1895,
263.

Brachytrypus membranaceaSy

1897, 188.
Brain, L. I^wton-, 1903, 30.
Brandisia racemosa, Hemsl,,

1895, 114.
Brassica campestris, var. glaaca,

1894, 96.

— chinensis, 1888, 137 ; 1893,
344.

— griquensis, N. E. Brown,
1894, 353.

Brazil-nut, introduction to East
Indies and Australia, 1887,
Dec., 11.

— -wood, new, 1896, 223.
Brazilian dried plants, 1891,

276 ; 1892, 151, 311 ; 1893, 146.

— gum-arabic, 1888, 128.

" — Oak " walking-sticks, 1904,
9.

— stink-grass, 1900, 31.
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