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1891, 133.
Matlagascar fibres, 1890, 203.
Madar, 1900, 8.
Manila Aloe fibre, 1892, 36 ;
. 1893, 78.

— hemp, 1887, April, 1 ; 1894,
289 ; 1895, 208 ; 1898, 15.

Mauritius hemp, 1887, March,

8 ; 1889, 61.
Mexican fibre, 1887, Dec, 5 ;

1890, 220.

— whisk, 1887, Dec, 9 ; 1897,
172.

Oil-palm fibre, 1892, 62.
Okro fibre, 1890, 229.
Palmyra bass fibre, 1892,

148.
Piassava, Bahia, 1889, 237.
— , Madagascar, 1894, 358.
— , Para, 1889, 239.
Pine-apple fibre, 1887, April,

8 ; 1893, 208, 368.
Plantain and banana fibre,

1887, April, 5 ; 1894, 289.
Rafia, West African, 1895, 88,

287..
Rajmahal hemp, 1891, 321.
Ramie or Rhea, 1888, 145,

273, 297 ; 1889, 268, 284 ;

1891, 277; 1892, 304; see
also China grass.

Reprint of papers on fibres,

1901, 116.
Siberian perennial flax, 1890,

104.
Sisal hemp, 18^7, March, 3 ;

1889, 57, 254; 1890, 158,

273; 1891, 17^; 1892, 21,

141, 189, 217, 272; 1893,

206, 212, 227, 315 ; 1894,

189, 412 ; 1896, 119.
Spanish Broom, 1892, 53.
Sunn hemp, 1887, Sept., 19.
Triumfetta, 1906, 397.
Udal fibre, 1887, Sept., 19.
Urera fibre, 1888, 84
West African bass fibre, 1891,

1 ; 1892, 299.
Wissadula rostrata, 1899,

226.
Yoruba-land fibres, 1891,"'

219.
• Zanzibar fibres, 1892, 87.



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Fibre-extracting machines and
proceeses : —

Mauritius hemp : —
Gratte, 1890, 100.
Mexican fibre or Istle : —
Tallador (with fig.), 1890,
222.
Ramie : —
American Fibre Co. ma-
chine, 1888, 276.
Barbier machine, 1888,

27G ; 1889, 269.
Boyle Process, 1898, 222.
De Landtsheer machine,

1888, 275 ; 1889, 271.
Doty system, 1889, 275.
Faure machine, 1898, 210,

219.
Favier machine, 1888,

117, 278 ; 1889, 269.
Fleury-Moriceau process,

1889, 272.

Fremery machine, 1892,

305.
Gomess process, 1898,223.
Green machine, 1892, 305.
Kauffman machine, 1892,
• 305.
McDonald-Boyle decorti-

cator, 1898, 221.
Michotte machine, 1889,

270.
New Orleans machine

trials, 1892, 304.
Papleaux system, 1889,

276.
Paris machine trials,

1888, 273 ; 1891, 277.
Plaisier machine, 1889,

276.
Rover chemical process,

1888, 277.
Subra machine, 1898, 211,

216.
Till machine, 1889, 276.
Wallace machine, 1888,

279.
Sisal hemp : —
Albee Smith machine,

1892, 38 ; 1893, 216.
Barraclough machine,

1892, 274.
Death & Ellwood ma-
chine, 1892, 275 ; 1893,

215.



Fibre-extracting machines and
processes — cant.
Sisal hemp — cant,
Edison process, 1891, 177.
Kennedy machine, 1890,

276.
Maden machine, 1893,

216.
Prieto machine, 1892,

274; 1893, 329.
Raspador, 1892, (with
fig.) 37,274; 1893,330.
Todd machine, 1894, 189,

413.
Villamore machine, 1892,

275.
Weicher machine, 1892,
275 ; 1893, 141.
Ficus (Urostigma) aldabrensis,
Baker, 1894, 151.

— elastica, 1891, 97 ; 1892, 68.

at Lagos, 1896, 78.

, cultivation in Assam,

1891, 100.

in Assam, 1896, 171.

Upper Burma, 1888,

217.

— erecta, var. Sieboldii, 1897,
301.

— Krishnae, 1906, 400.

— obliqua, 1898, 166.

— Vogelii, 1888, 253 ; 1890,
89.

Fiji, banana disease in, 1890,

272 ; 1892, 48.
— , bananas in, 1894, 273, 281,

286.

— dried plants, 1895, 20.
— , fruit trade of, 1893, 227.

— ginger, 1892,77.

— India-rubber, 1898, 164.

— ivory nuts, 1897, 236.
— , mahogany in, 1892, 187.

— , Museum specimens from,

1887, Sept., 7.
— , Pandani from, 1894, 195.
— , Sisal hemp in, 1892, 37.
— , South-sea arrowroot, 1892,

51.
— , vanilla cultivation in, 1894,

208.
Filmy ferns, new house for.

1892, 78.

Fimbristylis Woodrowi, C. B,
Clarke, 1898, 227.



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Finger-and-toe (with fig.), 1895,

129.
Pish hooks, blackthorn, 1896, 98.

— poison, Malayan, 1892, 216.
Fishlock, W. C, 1899, 76 ; 1902,

23.
Fissidens Nicholsonii, 1899, 17.
Fitzgerald, W., fungi from

British New Guinea, 1898, 120.
Flagstaff at Kew, 1896, 97.
Flahault, Prof. C, Nostochineae

from, 1891, 216.
Flammula omata, Massee, 1899,

169.

— purpurata (plate facing 115),
1897, 127.

Flask- worm disease of bananas,

1890, 273.
Flax, Siberian perennial, 1890,

104.
Flora Antarctica, 1905, 10.

— Boreali-Americana, 1905, 10.
—, British Fungus, 1893, 26,

372; 1895,234.

— Capensis, 1896, 124, 186;
1897, 226; 1898, 23, 200;
1899, 192; 1900, 20; 1901,
173 ; 1905, 24 ; 1906, 186.

— , Moss, of Royal Gardens,
Kew, 1899, 7.

— Mycologic, of Royal Gardens,
Kew (with plates), 1897, 115.

— of Aldabra Islands, 1894, 146.

Bermuda, 1905, 42.

Bombay Presidency, 1901,

173.
British Central Africa,

1897, 170.

Guiana, 1905, 43.

India, 1894, 225 ; 1896,

150, 234; 1897, 205, 425;

1905, 34.
^ supplementary note

to, 1894, 200.

New Guinea, 1899, 95.

Somaliland, 1895, 158,

211.

Canada, 1905, 42.

Ceylon, handbook to the,

1892, 250; 1894, 34, 227;

1895, 236 ; 1897, 208 ; 1898,

336 ; 1905, 22.
China, 1889, 225 ; 1894,

225, 1898, 238; 1905, 64;

1906, 192.



Flora of Florida, 1895, 79.
Formosa, 1894, 227 ; 1896

65.

Honduras, 1905, 43.

Hong Kong, 1905, 14.

Lord Howe Island, 1905,

25.
Macquarie Island, 1894,

401.
Malay Peninsula, 1894,

34 ; 1905, 39 ; 1906, 136.
Mauritius and the Sey-
chelles, 1905, 36.

Mongolia, 1898, 26.

Mount Kinibalu, 1893,

187 ; 1895, 42.
New Zealand, Kirk's

Student's, 1899, 21 ; Cheese-
man's, 1906, 403.
Philippine Islands, 1898,

25.

'- Roraima, 1899, 228.

St. Helena, 1905, 42.

St. Vincent and adjacent

islets, 1893, 231 ; 1899, 228.

Simla, 1898, 97 ; 1902, 18.

the Barren Grounds,

North Canada, 1892, 49.
Solomon Islands, 1894,

211 ; 1895, 132, 159.
Tonga or Friendly

Islands, 1894, 370.
Tibet, 1894, 136; 1896,

207; 1898,26.

Trinidad, 1905, 41.

Tropical Africa, 1894, 17 ;

1898, 24, 97, 280 ; 1899, 192 ;

1901, 82, 173 ; 1905, 26 ; 1906,

135, 237.
Floras, Colonial, 1905, 18.
— , Insular, 1897, 112.
Flore de Juan Fernandez, 1897,

112.
rile de la Reunion, 1897,

112.
Florida, cultural industries in,

1895, 166.

— dried plants, 1895, 79.

— , effects of frost in, 1895, 125,

167.
— , false sisal of, 1892, 183.
— , flora of, 1895, 79.
— , orange-growing in, 1895, 125
— , Sisal hemp in, 1892, 25.

— velvet bean, 1898, 207.



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Floss from Oalotropis gigantea,

1900, 10.

Labrador, 1906, 397.

Flueggia japonica, 1893, 342.
Fluted scale-insect (with plate),

1889, 191 ; 1892, 50.
Fockea Schinzii, N. E, Browtiy

1895, 259.

— undulata, iV. E, Brown, 1 895,
260.

Fodder grasses, 1894, 373, 375 ;
1895, 209 ; 1896, 115 ; 1897,
209, 224 ; 1900, 31 ; 1902, 1.

— plants in British Ouiana,
1897, 209.

Foetidia clusioides, Baker, 1895,

104.
Food grains of India, 1887,

Dec, 7; 1888, 266; 1889,

283 ; 1892, 232 ; 1893, 1.
Forage plant, new, 1896, 188.
Forest plague in Bavaria, 1890,

224 ; 1892, 143.

— products of Sierra Leone,
1897, 318.

Forestry exhibits, Kew Museum,
1906, 228.

— in Natal, 1895, 1.
Formosa, botany of, 1896, 65.
— , economic plants of, 1896,

73.
— , Flora of, 1894, 227.
— , production of camphor in,

1899, 65.

Forsteronia floribunda, 1888, 70,
292.

— gracilis, 1888, 69.

— rubber, 1888, 69.

Fossil plants of the Coal Mea-
sures, 1895, 125.

Foster, E. W., 1901, 81 : 1906,
48,

Fota, 1906, 223.

Fox, W., 1903, 31.

France, Botanical Museums in,

1900, L

— , caper industry in, 1898, 31.
— , fruit-curing in, 1890, 265.
— , production of prunes in,

1890, 264.
— , treatment of vines in, 1888,

270 ; 1889, 227 ; 1890, 196.
— , wine production in, 1890,

174 ; 1897, 201.
lYwchet, A. R., 1900, 16.



Franchet, A. R,, papers on the
Flora of China and Japan,
1892, 150.

French, W. B., 1896, 147.

Freycinetia Beccarii, HemsL,
1896, 166.

— caudata, Hemsh, 1896, 167.

— Creaghii, HemsL, 1896, 167.

— f ormosana, Hemsl.y 1896, 166.

— humilis, HemsL, 1896, 165.

— marantifolia, HemsL, 1896,
164.

— philippinensis, HemsL, 1896,
165.

— rigidifolia, HemsL, 1896, 165.

— sumatrana, Hemsl., 1896, 167.

— Vidalii, Hemsh, 1896, 166.
Friendly Islands, Flora of, 1894,

370.
Fritillaria nobilis, 1896, 220.

— pluriflora, 1899, 20.

Frog, West Indian, at Kew,

1895, 301.

Frost of 1895, effects of, at Kew,

1896, 5.

Fruit, Canadian, importation of,

1897, 425.

— , cold storage of, 1894, 187 ;
1896, 33.

— cultivation in the Bahamas,
1892, 218.

— curing in the South of
France, 1890, 265.

— growing at the Cape, 1893,
8 ; 1897, 191.

— , home-grown, storing, 1895,
31.

— industries in California, 1893,
218 ; 1895, 125, 166.

— , new, from Uruguay, 1906,

365.
— , ripe, prevention of decay in,

1906, 399.

— room, Bunyard's (with fig.),
1895, 31.

— trade of Fiji, J 893, 227.
Jamaica, 1894, 352 ;

1895, 126 ; 1897, 242.

Sicily, 1895, 266.

West Indies, 1897, 352.

Fruits, Bahamas, 1888, 180.
— , Barbados, 1888, 184.
— , Bermuda, 1888, 216.
— , British Guiana, 1888, 192.
— , Canadian, 1887, Nov., 4,



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Fruits, Cape Colony, 1888, 15.

Ceylon, 1888, 248.

Colonial, 1887, Noir., 1 ; 1888,
1 177 197.

Cyprus, 1888, 245.

Dominica, 1888, 197.

Formosa, 1896, 75.

Gambia, 1898, 41.

Gold Coast, 1888, 223.

Grenada, 1888, 188; 1897,
427.

Jamaica, 1888, 178.

Lagos, 1888, 224.

Malta, 1888, 234.

Mauritius, 1888, 20.

Montserrat, 1888, 214.

Mysore, 1889, 21.

Natal, 1888, 225.

New Zealand, 1888, 13.

St. Helena, 1888, 252.

St. Kitts-Nevis, 1888, 215.

St. Lucia, 1888, 185.

St. Vincent, 1888, 187.

Sierra Leone, 1888, 221.

South Aastralian, 1888, 6.

Straits Settlements, 1888,
250.

Tasmanian, 1888, 11.

Tobago, 1888, 190.

Trinidad, 1888, 191.
, Victoria, 1888, 2.

Virgin Islands, 1888, 215.
, Western Australia, 1888, 10.

Zanzibar, 1892, 89.
Fungi, Australian, from Sir F.
von Mueller, 1891, 246.

, handbook of, 1892, 217.

— , coloured figures of, 1896, 31.

— Exotici, 1898, 113; 1899,
164; 1901, 150; 1906, 91,
255.

— , fleshy, collecting and pre-
serving, 1889, 257.

— , root diseases caused by,
1896, 1.

—, Text-book of , 1906,404.

Fungus, Chinese medicinal,
1899, 56.

— , edible, of New Zealand,
1890, 217.

— flora, British, 1893, 26,
372; 1895,234.

of Kew, 1897, 115 ; 1906,

46.

— from indigo refuse, 1898, 101.



Fungus gamboge, 1899, 23.

— , South African locust (with

plate), 1901, 94.
Funtumia, 1905, 53.

— africana, 1905, 54.

— and Kickxia, 1905, 45.

— elastica, 1905, 56.

— latifolla, 1905, 58.
Furcraea cubensis, 1887, March,

10 ; 1890, 274.

— gigantea, 1887, March, 8 ;
1893, 321.

Furcraeas on the Riviera, 1889,

302 ; 1892, 7.
Fusanus spicatus, 1887, Sept., 7.
Fusarium panno&um, Massee^

1898, 117.



G.



Gadong, 1891, 264.
Gaertnera morindoides. Baker,
1892, 83.

— vaginata, 1889, 281.
Galangal, 1891, 6.

Galeola Faberi, Bol/e, 1896, 200.

Galiab, 1903, 32.

Galium stenophyllum, Bake7\

1895, 68.
Galpin, E. E., South African

dried plants, 1892, 104 ; 1893,

369 ; 1895, 141.
Galpinia, N, E. Broivrty gen.

nov., 1894, 345.

— transvaalica, N, E. Broumy
1894, 346.

Gambia, agricultural industries
at, 1889, 142; 1890,261; 1892,
109.

— Botanic Station, 1898, 35.
— , climate of the, 1892, 109.

— , cotton cultivation at the,
1894, 191.

— Delimitation Commission,
botany of, 1891, 268 ; 1892,
45.

— , economic plants cultivated

at, 1898, 38.
— , fruits in cultivation at, 1898,

41.

— mahogany, 1890, 168.

— native medicines, 1893, 371,



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Gambia pagns or native cloths,

1894, 191.
— , Para rubber in 1898, 274.
— , rainfall for 1897, 1898, 4:i.
— , rubber plants at, 1898, 40.
Gambler, 1889, 247 ; 1891, 106 ;

1892, 76.

— in British North Borneo,
1892,243; 1893,139.

— industry, apparatus used in,
in Kew Museum, 1891, 276.

Gamble, J. S., fungi from India,

1898. 114.

Gambleola, MasseSy gen. no v.,

1898. 115.

— oornuta, MasseCy 1898, 115.
Gamboge, fungus-, 1899, 23.
— , Siam, 1895, 139.
Gammie, G. A., botanical tour in

Sikkim, 1893, 297.
— , J. A., retirement of, 1898, 21.
Garbelling of spices, 1893, 66.
Garcinia Buchanani, Baker,

1894, 354.

— Hanburyi, 1895, 139.

— Mangostana, 1898, 26.
Gardenia Saundersiae, N. E.

Brown, 1906, 104.
Garrett, F., 1902, 24.
— , G. H., Sierra Leone dried
• plants, 1891, 245.
Gasteria fusco-puuctata, 1897,

301.
Gaultheria trichophylla, 1899,

20.
Geaster lilacinus, Ma^see, 1899,

166.

— Maurus, Masses, 1899, 173.
Geissapsis drepanocephala. Ba-
ker, 1897, 260.

Geissorhiza inconspicua, Bakep\
1906, 26.

— parva, Baker, 1906. 26.

— violacea. Baker, 1906, 26.
Genabea tasmanica, Massee et

Rodwatj, 1898, 125.
Genista cinerea, 1906, 237.

— dalmatica, 1906, 128.
Gentiana Burseri, 1899, 51.

— (Chondrophyllum) Giulian-
ettii, Hemsl., 1899, 106.

— lateriflora, Hemsl., 1896, 38.

— (Chondrophyllum) Macgre-
gorii, Hemsl., 1899, 107.

— tibetica, 1897, 206.



i Gentil, L., 1897, 333.

I — , — , visit to Sierra Leone
Botanic Station, 1898, 58.

I Geographical Congress, Inter-
national, 1895, 235.
Geophila Ceoilae, N. E. Brown,
1906, 107.

— picta, Rolfe, 1896, 18.
Geopyxis elata, Massee, 1898,

123.
George IV., 1891, 314.
Geranium Brycei, N. E. Brown,

1901, 120.

— grass, 1906, 335.

— multisectum, N. E. Brown,
1901, 120.

— pulchrum, N. E. Brown,
1895, 143.

— vagans. Baker, 1897, 246.

i — wallichianum as a dye plant,
1896 ^9

— Whytei, Baker, 1898, 302.

j Gerbera aurantiaca, 1906, 185.

— Lasiopus, Baker, 1898, 156.

! —parva, N, E. Brown, 1895,
1 27.

I German Colonies in Tropical
, Africa, 1894, 410.

' and the Pacific,

' 1896, 174.

— East Africa, 1894, 411 ; 1896,
178.

' , coffee leaf-disease in,

, 1894, 412.

— South-West Africa, 1896, 178.
i Ghent University Botanic Gar-
den, 1898, 87.

Gibbera fulvella, Massee, 1898,
I 130.

I Gilg, Dr. E., Tropical African
' dried plants, 1897, 241.
I Ginger, Chinese, 1891, 5 ; 1892,
! 16.

; — cultivation at Port Darwin,
! 1895, 99.
! — , Fiji, 1892, 77.

— grass, 1906, 349.
oil, 1906, 297, 349.

— in St. Lucia, 1899, 194.
; — , Jamaica, 1892, 79.

I — , Siam, 1891, 6.
, Ginseng, 1892, 107 ; 1893, 71 ;
1902, 4.
Gironde, vine cultivation in the,
i 1889, 227,



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Giulianettia, Rolfey gen. nov.,
1899, 111.

— tenuis, Rolfe, 1899, 111.
Gladiolus bellus, (7. H. Wright,

1906, 169.

— carmineus, 1906, 127.

— caudatus, Baker, 1895, 74.

— (Eugladiolus) erectiiiorus.
Baker, 1895, 293.

— (Hebea) flexuosus, Bakm\

1894, 390,

— gracillimus. Baker, 1895, 74.

— (Eugladiolus) Johnstoni,
Baker. 1897, 283.

— masukuensis, Baker, 1897,
283.

— nyikensis. Baker, 1897, 283.

— oligophlebius. Baker, 1895,
73.

— oppositiflorus, 1892, 310.

— (Hebea) 8tenophyllu8,jBa/r^r,
1897, 282.

— sulphurous, 1901, 173.

— tritonoides. Baker, 1895, 74.

— venulosus. Baker, 1897, 282.

— (Eugladiolus) Why tei,JBaA:«r,
1897, 282.

Glasnevin, Royal Botanic

Garden, 1906, 220.
Glaziou, Dr., Brazilian dried

plants, 1891, 276 ; 1892, 311.
Gleditschia officinalis, ffemsl.,

1892, 82.
Gleeson, J. M., 1892, 286.
Gleichenia (Eugleichenia) elon-

gata, Bake7\ 1901, 137.
Globba siamensis, HemsL, 1895,

204.
Gloecalyx, Massee, gen. nov.,

1901, 155.

— Bakeri, Ma^ssee, 1901, 155.
Gloeosporium Araucariae,

Massee, 1899, 183.

— musarum, 1894, 281.
Glomera papuana, Rolfe, 1899,

111.
Gloriosa Carsoni, Baker, 1895,

74.
Glossonema affine, A''. E.Brown,

1895, 249.

— edule, N. E. Brown, 1895,
183.

Qlycyrrhiza echinata, 1896, 222.

— glabra, 1893, 223 ; 1894, 141 ;

1896, 222



Glycyrrhiza glabra, var, glan-
dulifera, 1896, 222.

— uralensis, 1896, 222.
Gnidia mollis, C, H. Wright,

1906, 23.
Gold Coast Botanic Station,

1891, 169; 1892, 14, 297;

1893, 160, 365 ; 1895, 11, 165.
, rubber plants at,

1893, 365.
botanical officer, visit to

the West Indies, 1894, 227.
, cacao cultivation, 1892,

301, 303 ; 1895, 13, 22.

curing, 1895, 23.

, coffee cultivation, 1895,

12, 21, 165 ; 1897, 325.

curing, 1895, 23.

, cola industry, 1906, 90.

, cultural industries, 1895,

165.
, export of rubber, 1895,

165.

, fibre from, 1906, 397.

fruits, 1888, 223.

, Para rubber at, 1898, 274.

Goldney, Sir Prior, presentation

to Kew, 1903, 32.
Golf sticks, American, 1898, 339.
Gomesa scandena, Rolfe, 1906,

376.
Gommier, 1898, 239,
Gomphia discolor, TFri^^,1896,

159.
Gomphocarpus setosus, 1897,

207.
Gongora tricolor, 1897, 206.
Gonioscypha eucomoides, 1906,

185.
Good, Peter, 1891, 301.
Goodyera Henryi, Rolfe, 1896,

201.

— pubescens, 1892, 181.

— repens in Norfolk, 1906, 293.
Gordonia sinensis, HemsL et

E. H. Wils., 1906, 153.
Gosling, C, Caa-ehe, 1901, 173.
Gossweiler, J., 1899, 75.
Gossypium barbadense, 1897,

102.
Graham Kerr, Rio Pilcomayo

dried plants, 1891, 276.
Grain, preservation of, from

weevils, 1890, 144.
Grama grass, 1897, 224,



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Grammatophyllum rumphia-

num, 1897, 84.
Granger, W., retirement of, 1893,

111.
Grantia senecionoides, BakeVy

1895, 317,
Grape fruit, 1899, 231.

— rust, 1893, 68.

Grass, Brazilian stink-, 1900, 31.

— lawns in British Central
Africa, 1895, 188.

Grasses, fodder, 1894,373; 1895,
209; 1896, 115; 1897, 209,
224 ; 1900, 31 ; 1902, 1.

— , for dry regions, 1894, 374.

— of British India, 1896, 150.
Gray, J., death of, 1895, 39.
Gray, Samnel Frederick, biogra-
phical notice of, 1894, 76.

Greece, Phylloxera in, erroneous

report of, 1889, 236.
— , vine disease in, 1892, 185.
Greene, Professor E. L., Cali-

fornian dried plants, 1893,

66 ; 1894, 370.
Green-glass in plant houses,

1895, 43.

— grass, 1894, 385.
Greenheart, 1887, Sept., 15;

1893, 117.
Greenhouse construction, Kew

system of, 1895, 300.
Greenland and Iceland dried

plants, 1893, 225.
Grenada, arrowroot in, 1893,

333.

— Botanic Garden, 1887, June,
8, July, 12; 1891,149.

— , cacao-growing in, 1893, 136.
— , economic resources of, 1887,
June, 3.

— exhibits at Jamaica Exhibi-
tion, 1891, 167.

— fruits, 1888, 188 ; 1897, 427.
— , museum specimens from,

1887, Sept., 16.
— , orchids of, 1892, 188.
— , Para rubber in, 1898, 275.
— , photographs of, in Kew

Museum, 1892, 187; 1893,

225.
— , report of Mr. Morris's visit,

1891, 145.
— , Royal Commission,

1897, 373.



Grenada, Sisal hemp in, 1892, 34.
Gresson, R. E., 1898, 277.
Grevillea hilliana, 1897, 169.
Grewia aldabrensis, Baker,
1894, 147.

— batangensis, Wright; 1896,
158.

Grey blight (with fig.), 1898,

106.
Griessen, A. E. P., 1898, 335.
Griffith, G. W. C, tubers of

Jicamilla, 1898, 29.
Ground-nut, 1901, 175.

, Bambarra, 1906, 68, 192.

industry in France, 1900,

6.
Gru gru palm kernels, 1897, 337.
Guarea syringoides, G. H,

Wrlghty 1906, 3.

— Thompsoni, Spragne et
Hutchinson, 1906, 245.

Guatemala, bananas in, 1894,

298.
— , Central American rubber in,

1899, 159.
— , coffee production in, 1892,

251 ; 1893, 322.
— , dried plants from, 1891, 245.
Guide to Museum II., 1895, 203.

III., 1894, 74.

Guinea grass, 1894, 382.

in British Guiana, 1897,

210.
Guizotia nyikensis, Baker, 1898,

153.
Gumming of the sugar-cane in

New South Wales, 1894, 1.
Gummosis of Prunus japonica

(with plate), 1898, 321.
Gums and resins : —

Australian catechu, 1887,
Sept., 6.

Bengal kino, 1887, Sept., 20.

Brazilian Gum Arabic, 1888,
128.

Burmese varnish, 1906, 137.

Chinese lacquer, 1904, 7.

Copal, new, from Upper
Congo, 1899, 139.

Dragon's Blood, East Indian,
1906, 197.

Eucalyptus rostrata resin,
1887, Sept., 6.

Gum-benjamin, 1895, 154,
195.



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Gums and resins — cant.
Gum-tragacanth, 1894, 36 ;

1895, 238.
Hotai gum, 1896, 94.
Inhambane copal, 1888, 281.
Kino from Myristica mala-

barica, 1897, 101.
Madagascar gums and resins,

1890, 203.

New Caledonian danunar,

1891, 76.

Ogea gum, 1906, 199.
Persian gum, 1906, 109.
Shorea robusta resin, 1892,

312.
Siam benzoin, 1895, 154,

195.
— gamboge, 1895, 139.
" Thit-si," 1906, 137.
West Indian gums and resins,

1898, 239.
Xanthorrhoea australis resin,

1887, Sept., 6.
Yoruba-land gums, 1891, 219.
Gurania Eggersii, Sprague et
Hutchinson, 1906, 200.

— malacophylla, 1906, 237.

— phanerosiphon, Spragvie et
Hutchinson, 1906, 201.

Gut, Chinese silkworm, 1892,

222.
Guthrie, Professor, 1899, 221.
Gutta percha, 1898, 139.

, Cochin China, 1899, 199.

, extraction from leaves,

1897, 200.
from a Chinese tree, 1901,

89.
Calotropis gigantea,

1900,9.
Dichopsis obovata,

1892, 215.

, Indian, 1892, 296.

, new process for recover-
ing loss of, 1891, 231.

, stooling of, 1897, 337.

tree, rediscovery of, in

Singapore, 1891, 230.
Guzerat rape, 1894, 96.
Gwynne Vaughan, D. T., 1897,

109.
6y mnogramme (S e 1 1 i g u e a)

Baileyi, Baker, 1892, 86.

— (— ) pentaphy)la,5aA'^, 1898,
233.



Gymnomyces, Massee et Bod-
way, gen. nov., 1898, 125.

— pallidus, Massee et Rodway,
1898, 125.

— seminudus, Massee et Rod-
way, 1898, 125.

Gymnopentzia pilfera, N. E.

Brown, 1895, 26.
Gymnosiphon squamatum, (7. H.

Wright, 1897, 281.
Gymnosperms, gallery for, 1904,

14.
Gymnosporia condensata,

Sprague, 1906, 246.

— deflexa, Sprague, 1906, 246.

— ferruginea. Baker, 1897, 247.
Gymnostachyum decurrens,

Stapf, 1894, 357.
Gynopleura humilis, 1899, 51.
Gyrocephalus luteus, Massee,

1899, 180.



H.

Haai4em, Colonial Museum,

1898, 91.
Habenaria cmnabarina, Rol/e^

1893, 173.

— Elwesii, 1896, 149.

— Faberi, Rol/e, 1893, 373.

— Fordii, Rol/e, 1896, 202.

— Hancockii, Rol/e, 1896, 202.

— Henryi, Rol/e, 1896, 202.

— humidicola, Rol/e, 1896, 202.

— Lugardii, 1901, 202.

— omeiensis, Rol/e, 1896, 203.

— (Bonatea) Phillipsii, Rol/e,
1895, 227.

— rhodocheila, 1898, 23.

— triquetra, Rol/e, 1906, 87.
Hackett,W., 1906, 173.
Hacquetia Epipactis, 1898, 96.
Hadramaut expedition, 1893,

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

1895, 315.
, Haemanthus (Nerissa) Cecilae,
I Baker, 1906, 28.

— (Melicho) Nelsonii, Baker,
, 1898, 310.

i — (Gyaxis) somaliensis, Bak^r^
I 1895, 227,



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Haemaria dawBoniaoa, 1896, i Head, W., 1906, 225.



150,

Hales, W., 1899, 191.
Halogeton sativns, 1890, 56.
Hamilton, Sir R. G. C, Report

on Dominica, 1894, 406.
Hanbary, T., books presented

to Kew Library, 1893, 22.
— medallion, 1893, 187.
Hancock, W., Yunnan dried

plants, 1895, 45, 53.
Hancornia speciosa, 1892, 67 ;

1899, 185.
Handbook of the Flora of

Ceylon, 1892, 250 ; 1894, 34,

227 ; 1895, 236 ; 1897, 208 ;

1898, 336 ; 1905, 22.
Hand-list of Coniferae, 1896,

108.
ferns and fern allies,

1895, 199 ; 1906, 124.
herbaceous plants,

1895, 232.

orchids, 1896, 56.

tender monocotyle-
dons, 1897, 229.

trees and shrubs, 1895,

40 ; Part II., 1896, 187.

Hansemannia oblonga, HemsL,
1892, 125.

Haplosporella violacea, Massee^
1901, 165.

Harris, T. J., 1896, 217.

Harrow, R. L., 1893, 65.

Hart, J. H., fungi from Trini-
dad, 1898, 134.

— , , Museum specimens,

1898, 203.

Hartley, J. E., 1896, 218.

Harwood, S, F. D., 1903, 30.

Haverfield, John, 1891, 289.

Haviland, Dr. G., Bornean dried
plants, 1891, 276 ; 1894, 136 ;

1896, 31.

— , , Kini Balu dried

plants, 1892, 249.
— , , Sarawak dried plants.

1894, 249.
Havilandia papuana, HemsL^

1899, 107.
Hawaiian sugar-canes, 1894, 418.
Haydon, W., 1893, 340.
Hay-grass, 1895, 210 ; 1896, 116.
Hayti, dried plants from, 1892,

248.



Heart rot, 1906, 59.
Hechtia argentea, 1896, 96.
Hedycarya solomonensis,

Hemal, 1895, 137.
Hedysarum multijugum, var.

apiculatum, 1906, 296.
Helianthus debilis, 1895, 272.

— giganteus, 1897, 333.

— tuberosus, 1897, 301.
Helichrysum album, N. E,

Brown, 1895, 24.

— argyrocephalum, C. H,
Wright, 1906, 163.

— concinnum, N. E. Broum,
1897, 269.

— confertum, N. E. Broivn,
1895, 25.

— fulvum, N. E. Brown, 1895,
146.

— Gaipinii, N. E. Brown, 1906,
22.

— Gulielmi, 1901, 172.

— luteo-rubellum. Baker, 1898,
149.

— monocephalum. Baker, 1898,
149.

— nanum, Bak&i\ 1898, 150.

— nyasicum. Baker, 1898, 150.

— patulifolium, Baker, 1898,
150.

— plantaginlfolium, G. H.



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