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1895, 234.

— exhibit, St. Louis Exhibition,
1906, 227.

— , fauna and flora of, 1906, 42.
— , filmy ferns, house for, 1892,

187.
— , flagstaflE at, 1896, 97.
— , foreign estimation of, 1898,

277.
— , frost of 1895, eflEects of, 1896,

5.
— , fungi, new and additional

species, 1906, 46.



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Eew gHrdens, additions to, 1888,
134,137; 1891,277; 1892,51,
72, 105, 186, 283, 284, 285, 309,
310 ; 1893, 21, 111, 112, 145,
147, 186 ; 1894, 75, 135, 193,
371, 398 ; 1895, 19, 155, 203,
272 ; 1906, 123.

— Gardens, Poetry of, 1896,
152.

— , gardeners' reading room,

1898, 201.

— , Gnide to Museum No. II.,

1895, 203.

— , No. III., 1894, 74.

— , hand-list of Coniferae grown

at, 1896, 108.
— , ferns and fern

allies grown at, 1895, 199 ;

1906, 124.
— , herbaceous plants

grown at, 1895, 232.
— , orchids grown at,

1896, 56.

— , tender monocotyle-
dons, 1897, 229.

— , trees and shrubs

grown at, 1895, 40 ; pt. ii.,
1896. 187.

— , herbaceous plants at, 1892,
40.

— herbarium, additions to, 1 891,
245, 246, 268, 275, 276 ; 1892,
49, 71, 72, 104, 151, 188, 248,
249, 28.5, 311 ; 1893, 66, 145,
146, 224, 225, 343, 369 ; 1894,
135, 136, 166, 194, 195, 227,
370 ; 1895, 20, 38, 45, 46, 78,
79, 125, 157, 158, l.')9, 204,
272, 273 ; 1896, 31, 36, 187,
207 ; 1897, 112, 171. 208, 241,
242 ; 1898, 25, 26, 100, 175,
239; 1900, 18; 1901, 116;
1903, 32 ; 1906, 130, 179, 181.
229, 289, 387.

, algae in, 1897. 171.

, Keeper of, 1898, 18.

, list of contributors to,

1901, 1.
, retirement of Keeper,

1899. 17.

— , Himalayan house, 1906, 123.
— , historical account of, to

1841. 1891, 279.
— , hop hornbeam at, 1897,

404.



Kew in Colonial Office List.

1899, 77.
the Eighteenth Century,

1903, 11.
— , injury by lightning at, 1895.

235 ; 1906, 124.
— , International Geographical

Congress, visit of, 1895, 235.
— , Jodrell Laboratory, see

Jodrell Laboratory.
— , Karoo plants at, 1899, 52.
— , key plan, new edition of,

1894, 74 ; 1897, 301.

— lake, 1894, 134.

, pictures of, 189.5, 303 ;

1896, 152,
— , large cacti at, 1895, 155.
— , — screw pines, removal of,
! 1895. 319,

— Leguminosae collection, 1894,
I 134.

— library, additions to, 1898,
I 97, 101, 102, 206, 313 ; 1899,

17; 1901, 117; 1906, 132,
, 177, 189, 232, 234, 294.

, catalogue of, 1899, 83.

, supplement to, Appx.

i IV., 1899; Appx. III., 1900;
Appx. 11, 1901-6.

, interesting addition to,

1905, 70.
— , Moss Flora, of, 1899, 7.

— Museums, additions to, 1898,
25, 138, 144, 313 ; 1906, 175,

' 227, 289, 397.

1 , forestry exhibits, 1906,

i 228.

' , gallery for Gymnosperms,

; 1904, 14.

' , re-arrangement of, 1904,

i "•

I , retirement of Keeper,

1901, 201.

I — , Mesembryanthemums cul-

! tivated at, 1906, 285.

— , Mycologic Flora of Royal

Gardens (with plate,s), 1897,

i 115 ; 1906, 46.

— , Nepenthes cultivated at,

1897, 405.

—, — house, 1904, 404.

— , new offices, 1898, 201.

— , — orchid houses, 1898, 337.

— , — seedling sugar-cane raised

at, 1896, 168.



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Kew, new work sheds, 1898, !

337.
—, — works, 1899, 223.

— North Gallery, 1894, 165.

— , namher of visitors to, 1892,
51; 1893,67; 1894, 32; 1895,
18, 271 ; 1896, 28 ; 1897, 84 ;

1898, 22 ; 1899, 19 ; 1900, 15;
1901,81; 1902,17; 1903,28;
11K)4, 12 ; 1905, 59 ; 1906, 48.

—, old sites at, 1894, 134.

— , orchids flowered at, in 1890,

1891, 52.
— , Ordnance Map, revision of,

1894, 134.

— Palace, alterations near, 1906,
123.

, garden party at, 1893, 190.

linden, 1901, 86.

meadow, 1895, 75.

— , Palm House, renewal of

heating apparatus, 1895, 42 ;

1896, 97.

— , terrace, 1896, 29.

— , palnie in flower at, 1892,

311.
— , pay of employes at, 1894,

133 ; 1895, 234.
— , pelicans at, 1896, 98 ; 1897,

425 ; 1898, 25, 203.
— , penguins at, 1899, 138.
— , Picea breweriana at, 1906,

174.
— , pictorial aspect of, 1896, 152.

— Finetum, 1896, 113.

— , Podocarpus spp. at, 1892,

106.
— , Portraits of Botanists, 1906,

128.
— , Principal Assistant (OflSce),

1899, 50.

— , (Phanerogams), 1899,

19.

— publications, 1841-1885, list
of, 1897, 1, 238.

— , Queen's Cottage Grounds,

1898, 200 ; 1899, 81.

— , relief house at, 1896, 96.

— Reports, 1862-82, index to,
1890, Appendix III.

— , rescue from drowning at,

1899, 75.

— , Koyal Scottish Arboricul-
tural Society, visit of, 1893,
340.



Kew Salicetom, 1906, 124.

— seeds, distribution of, 1895,
319 ; 1897, 169.

for distribution, 1888,

25; 1889, 29; Appx. I., 1890-
1906.

— staff, works prepared by,
1900, 27 ; 1905, 1.

— , structural improvements at,

1894, 75.

— system of greenhouse con-
struction, 1895, 300.

— , temperate ferns, house for,

1892, 285.

— , Temperate House, 1894, 398 ;

1895, 235 ; 1897, 333 ; 1898,
64 ; 1899, 79.

— , trees struck by lightning,

1895, 235 ; 1906, I'M, 175.
— , tropical Fern House, 1897,

404.
—, visit of King of Siam. 1897,

301.
— , Library Association,

1898. 200.
— , water lUy pond, 1897, 302.
_ —supply, 1896, 61; 1897,

334.
— , wire fence, removal of, 189'!

235.
Khas khas, 1906, 346. ; ^^

Khasia Patchouli (with plaie>,

1902, 11.
Khaya senegalensis, 1890, 168;

1894, 8 ; 1895. 79.
Kiaerskou, H., Greenland and

Iceland dried plants, 1893, 225.
, Mexican dried plants,

1893, 224.

Kickxia and Funtumia, 1905,
45.

— africana (with plate), 1895,
241 ; 1896, 76.

— arborea, 1905, 50.

— Blancoi, 1905, 52.

— borneensis, 1905, 53.

— latifolia, Stapf, 1898, 307.

— Wigmannii, 1905, 51.
Kilimanjaro dried plants, 1893,

146.
Kilmacurragh, 1906, 221.
Kinfauns Castle, 1906, 262.
King, Dr. G., dried specimens of

Palms and Anonaceae, 1892.

248,



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Kingy Dr. O., Indian dried

plantfl, 1894, 370.
— , , Malayan dried plants,

1891, 246 ; 1893, 145 ; 1895, 78.
— , Sir George, retirement of,

1898, 54.
King William's Town Botanic

Garden, 1895, 52.
King's Hoase Gardens, Jamaica,

1891, 157; 1894, 160; 1906,

62.
Kingston Parade Garden,

Jamaica, 1891, 157 ; 1894, 160 ;

1906, 61.
Kinibala, flora of, 1892, 249;

1893, 187 ; 1895, 42.
Kino, Bengal, 1887, Sept., 20.

— from Myristica malabarica,
1897, 101.

Kirk, Sir John, experimental
garden at Zanzibar, 1896, 80.

— , , list of plants intro-
duced by, 1896, 82.

— , Prof. T., death of, 1899, 57.

— , , Macqnarie Island

dried plants, 1894, 401.

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

Kissena Nurseries, 1894, 61.

Kleinia pendula, 1899, 134.

Kniphofia breviflora, 1898, 23.

— Evansii, Baker, 1895, 152.

— longicollis, 1898, 336.

— longiflora, Baker, 1901, 134.

— longistyla, Baker, 1893, 158.

— Northiae, 1895, 156.

— Tuckii, 1899, 51,

— zombensis. Baker, 1893, 158.
Kniphof's Botanica in Originali,

sen Herbarium vivum, 1895,
157.

'Ko Wini' sugar cane, 1897,
221.

Kobus, J. D., Improvement of
Sugar-cane by chemical selec-
tion, 1899, 45.

Kochia eriantha, 1896, 139.

— villosa, 1896, 140.
Kodo millet, 1894, 386.
Kola see Cola.
Koleroga, 1893, 67.
Koompassia excelsa, 1896, 156 ;

— malaccensis, 1896, 156 ; 1904,
14,



Koorders, Dr. 8, H,, Celebes

orchids, 1899, 126.
— , , Malayan dried

plants, 1895, 20.
Korarima Cardamom, 1894, 400.
Kous-kous, 1898, 40.
Krumbiegel, G. H., 1893, 66.
Kum-Bum, sacred tree of, 1896,

120.
Kumpas, 1904, 14.
Kusam lac tree, 1906, 176.
Kyllinga microstyla, C, B.

Clarke, 1895, 229.



Labiatae, tuberous, 1894, 10.
Labiate with stinging hairs,

1892, 150.
Labogie Cola, 1906, 89.
Labrador, floss from, 1906, 397,
Labuan, African oil-palm in,

1889, 259.
Lachnaea passerinoides, N. E,

Brown, 1901, 132.
Lacb nocladium himalay ense,

Massee, 1898, 114.
Lacquer, Burmese, 1906, 137.
— , Chinese, 1904, 7.
Lactuca (Brachyramphus) holo-

phylla. Baker, 1895, 148.

— nana. Baker, 1895, 17,

— (Scariola) stenocephala, Ba-
ker, 1895, 147.

Laelia longipes, 1897, 241.
Laestadia insidiosa, Masaee, 1901,

1.57.
Lagos, Bolobolo fibre from, 1889,

15.

— Botanic Station, 1888, 148 ;
1889, 69; 1890, 162; 1891,
46.

, list of cultivated plants

at, 1892, 314.
— , cacao cultivation at, 1896, 78.
— , Ceara rubber at, 1896, 78.
— , cocoa-nut coir from, 1889,

129.
— , coffee planting in, 1896, 77 ;

1897, 414.
— , cola cultivation at, 1896*

78.



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T^gOB dried plants, 1892, 72;
1893, 146, 369.

— fruits, 1888, 224.

— hinterland. Kola in, 1898,
139.

— , oil palm fibre, 1892, 62.

— palm oil, preparation of (with
plates), 1892, 200.

— , Para rubber in, 1898, 275.
— , plant industries of, 1893, 180 ;
1896, 77.

— rubber, 1888, 253 ; 1890, 89 ;
1895,241; 1896,76.

industry, 1895, 241 ; 1896,

76; 1897,414; 1899,29.

Lagria villosa, 1897, 186.

Lahaina sugar-cane, 1894, 418.

Lake Tanganyika, dried plants,
1893,343; 1895,46,63,288.

Lambert, A. B., 1891, 326.

Lampong, 1891, 267.

Landolphia florida, 1892, 68;
1893, 183.

— Kirkii, 1892, 68.

— Mannii, 1892, 68.

— owariensis, 1889, 65; 1892,
68 ; 1893, 183.

— Perieri, 1900, 30.

— petersiana, 1892, 68.
Lang, W. H., 1897, 109.
Lanium Berkeleyi, Rolfe^ 1894,

392.

— subulatum, Rolfe^ 1896, 46.
Lantana concinna, Baker, 1895,

223.
Lao tea, 1892, 219.
Lapeyrousia holostachya, BaJrer,

1894, 391.

— Pentheri, Baker, 1906, 27.

— rhodesiana, N. E. Brown,
1906, 169.

Laportea canadensis, 1897, 430.
L'Archipol de la Nouvelle-Cale-

donie, 1897, 112.
Lasianthera papuana, 1892, 105.
Lasiodiscus marmoratus, C. H,

WHght, 1897, 248.
"Last of its race," 1898, 99.
Lathyrismus, 1894, 351.
Lathyrus fodder, 1894, 349.

— intricatus. Baker, 1897, 261.

— malosanus, Baker, 1897,
261.

— sativus, 1894, 349.

— splendens, 1898, 23.



Lathyrus tuberosus, tubers of,
1894, 164.

— undulatus, 1896, 220.
L'Aubiniere, M. and Mme.,

Poetry of Kew Gardens, 1896,

152.
Lavandula macra, Baker, 1894,

339.
Lawson, M.A., death of, 1896,

185.
Leaf -curl (with plate), 1901, 87.

, potato, 1906, 110, 242.

Leake, H. M., 1904, 13.
Lecanopteris camosa, 1894, 398.
Leciographa Brownii, Masses,

1901, 153.
L'ecuelle, 1892, 108.
I Lecythis fruit, 1906, 175.
Ledum glandulosum, 1898, 238.
Leersia hexandra, 1894, 382.
Leeward Islands, Botanic Sta-
tions in, 1894, 419.
Lefroy, H. M., 1899, 220.
Legnminosae collection at Kew,

1894, 134.
Leigh, F. G., 1893, 365.
Leitneria floridana, 1893, 225.
Lembosia geographica, Masses,

1899, 181.
Lemon and lime trees as hedge

plants, 1896, 186.
— , essence of, 1895, 269.

— industry in Sicily, 1895, 266.
—,Metford's, 1900,28.

— pickling, 1895, 271.
Lemon-grass, 1906, 322, 357.
in Malay Peninsula, 1906,

364.
oil, 1898, 206 ; 1906, 297,

334, 358.
Lentinus crenulatas, Massee,

1898, 121.

— curtipes, Massee, 1896, 216.

— flavidus, Massee, 1901, 163.

— sericeus, Massee, 1899, 168.
Leny, 1906, 262.

Leonotis laxifolia, MacOivan,
1893, 13.

— Leonurus, 1887, Sept., 9.
Leopoldinia Piassaba, 1889, 237,

239.
Lepanthes gracilis, Rolfe, 1892,

208.
Lepiota altissima, Massee, 1898,

114.



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Lepiota Friesii, 1894, 399.

— Johnsonii, Massee^ 1901, 161.

— microspora, Masaee^ 1906, 92.
Lepistemon leiocalyx, Stwif,

1895, 113.
Leppett tea, 1896, 10.
Leptoniaaltipsitna, Jfa^«^, 1906,

— bicolor, Masses, 1901, 154.

— obscnra, Massee, 1899, 178.

— Rodwayi, Masses, 1898, 124.

— tricolor, Masses, 1901, 154.
Leslie, J. E., 1902, 23.

—, W., 1899, 19. .
Leacas (Loxostoma) Ooleae,
Baker, 1895, 226.

— (OrtholeucaB)Jaine8ii,i3aA'tf/*,
. 1895,225.

— masnknensis, Baker, 1898,
162.

— megasphaera, Baker, 1898,
163.

— myriantha. Baker, 1898, 163.

— (Loxostoma) paacijuga.
Baker, 1895, 226.

— ( — ) thymoides. Baker, 1895,
226.

Leucophanes horridnlum,

Brotherus, 1898, 82.
Leacopogon papaanns, C. H,

WHght, 1899, 104.
Lewisia Tvveedyi, 1899, ?0.
Lewton-Brain, L., 1903, 30.
Leyden Botanic Garden, 1898,

—, Rijks' Herbarium, 1898, 90.
L'Heritier, 1891, 296.
lihotskya ericoides, 1901, 82.
* Liberia,* 1906, 236.
Liberian coffee, 1890, 245 ; 1893,

25 ; 1895, 273.
^ at Gold Coast, 1892, 300,

303 ; 1895, 12, 21, 165 ; 1897,

325.

— 1^08,1896,78.

Sierra Leone, 1893, 167.

the Gambia, 1898, 38.

Straits Settlements,

1888, 261 ; 1890, 107.
, cleaning in London, 1895,

296.
from Sierra Leone, 1897,

314.
^ husking in Loudon not

advisable, 1893, 132,

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Liberian coffee husks, 1887^
Sept., 17.

— — in British Central Africa,
1895, 190.

North Borneo, 1893

14L

Jamaica, 1895, 79.

^ Malay Peninsula, 1890,

107 ; 1892, 277.

Sierra Leone, 1893, 167.

, pulping, 1893, 204.

Libertella aurantiaca, Massee,

1898, 131.
Library Association, visit to

Kew, 1898, 200.
Lightfootia capitata. Baker,

1898, 158.
Light-wood, 1889, 115.
Ligustrum coriaceum, 1897, 110.

— strongylophyllum, 1906, 127.
Likir, 1891, 264

Liliaceae, arborescent, on the

Riviera, 1892, 1.
— , new, from Cape, 1892, 217.
— , — , — Tropical Africa, 1893,

148.
Lilies, Bermuda, 1892, 309, 353.
Lilium Brownii, 1906, 402.

— bulbiferum flowers and bulbs
used as food, 1889, 116.

— cordifolium bulbs used as
food, 1889, 118.

— Duchartrei, 1906, 127.

— japonicum, 1906, 402.

— longiflorura, var. Harrisii
from Natal, 1897, 406.

— myriophyllum, 1906, 402.

— rubellum, 1899, 20.

Lily bulb disease (with plate),
1897, 87.

— culture in Natal, 1897, 406.

— flowers and bulbs used as
food, 1889, 116.

Lime, Bijou, 1894, 116.

— trees as hedge plants, 1896,
188

— , West Indian, 1894, 113.
Linaria (§Chaenorrhiiium) ger-

ensis, Stapf, 1906, 75.
_ (_) Johnstonii, Stapf, 1906,

— patula, Baker, 1895, 222.
Linden, table oil from, 1894, 218.
Lindley, Dr., Report on Royal

Gardens, Kew, 1891, 323.



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lindsaya (Eulindgqra) Natanae,

Baker, 1896, 40.
Linnaen8*8 Systema Naturae,

1894, 167.
Linnean Medal awarded to J. O.

Baker, 1899, 75.
Linney, A., 1894, 192.
, pengains for Kew, 1899,

138.
liinospadix Micholitzii, 1906,

400.
Linam perenne, 1890, 104.
Liparis Henryi, Bol/e, 1896, 193.

— Lloydii, Bol/e, 1906, 31.

— Monacha, 1890, 224 ; 1892,
143.

— panciflora, Rd/fi, 1896, 193.

— tricallofla, 1901, 203.
Liquorice, 1894, 141.
— , Chinese, 1896, 222.

— in the Cancasns, 1893, 223.
Liriodendron tnlipifera, 1896,

223.
Lisflocbilas milanjianas, 1897,

301.
Lister, J. J., Tonga Islands dried
. plants, 1892, 151.
Listera grandiflora, Rol/e, 1896,

200.
Listrostachys Brownii, Rolfe,

1906, 378.

— fimbriata, Rolfe, 1906, 115.

— hamata, 1906, 127.
Little, E., 1905, 61.
Littledale, Mrs., Mongolian

dried plants, 1898, 26.
— , St. George R., Tibetan dried

plants, 1896, 99, 207.
Littledalea, HemsUy gen. noT.,»

1896, 215.

— tibetica, Hemsl., 1896, 215.
Livingstonia Mission, list of

economic plants from Kew,

1896, 84.
Lloyd, H. B., 1898, 136.
Lobelia (Hemipogon)

Buchaoani, Baker, 1898, 156.

— (— ) intertoxta. Baker, 1898,
157, 280.

— Johnstoni, (7. H. Wright,
1906, 164.

— (Hemipogon) nyikensis,
Baker, 1898, 157.

— (Rhynchopetalnm) sqnarrosa,
Baker, 1898,. 157.



Lobostemon cryptocephalom.

Baker, 1894, 30.
Locke, R. H., 1904, 13.
Lockhart, David, 1891, 310.
Locost f angos, South African

(with plate), 1901, 94.
Locusts at the Gold (Toast, 1895,

165.

— in the Caucasus, methods for
exterminating, 1894, 215.

Lodge, F. A., 1899, 220.
Lodoicea sechellarum at Kew,

1892, 105 ; 1894, 400.
Loher, A., Philippine Islands

dried plants, 1898, 25.
Ijomaria(Plagiogyria)decurrens,

Baker, 1906, 9.

— egonolfioides, Bakei\ 1894, 7.
Lonchocarpus cyanescens, 1888,

74, (with plate) 268.
Long, E., 1902, 24.

— Reign celebration, 1897, 240.
Lonicera Alberti, 1895, 40.

— hildebrandiana, 1898, 317;
1899, 135, 222.

— pileata, 1906, 126.

— pyrenaica, 1901, 115.

— tragophylla, 1906, 126.
Loranthus Cecilae,iV. E. Brown,

1906, 168.

— (DendrophthoS) celebicus,
Hemsl., 1896, 39.

— ( — ) mweroensi8,BaA:»r, 1895,
292.

— (Heteranthus) pachypus,
Burkill, 1899, 109.

— virescens, N. E. Broum, 1 906,
168.

Lord Howe Island, Flora of,

1898, 25.
Lort Phillips, Mrs., Somali-land

dried plants, 1895, 158, 2H.
Lotononis adpressa, -N. E.

5roii;n, 1906, 18.

— Hayga^hii, N, E. Broivn,
1906, 17. . - - _

Lourya campanulata, 1896, 150.
Loxa bark, commercial yahie of,

1890, 54.
Lubbock, Sir J., contribution to

our knowledge of seedlings,

1892, 313.
Lueddemannia triloba, Rolfe,

1895 283»
Luffa Batesii^-TTr^A^, 1896, 161,



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L^gar<)» Lieut^ E. J., tVoplcal
African dried plants, 1897,
242.

— , Major F.D., Tropical African
dried plants, 1897, 242.

Luisia amesiana, Rolfe, 1893, 172.

— CanthariB, Rolfe, 1895, 193.

— Hancockii, Rol/e, 189(», 199.
Laja, E., 1898, 200.

Lungan pulp, 1899, 219.

Lunt, W., 1893, 3(it> ; 1894, 194,

348.
— , — , Hadramaat dried plants,

1894, 328.

Lapinus somaliensis, Bakery

1895, 213.

Lycaste dyeriana, Sander, 1898,

195 ; 1906, 402.
Lycoperdon tasmanicum,

Massee, 1901, 158.
Lycopodinm (Selago) Henryi,

Baker, 1906, 15.
Lycoris squamigera, 1897, 301.
Lygodinm Brycei, Baker, 1901,

138.
Lyne, R. N., 1896, 221.
Lyons, Chantre collection of

economic botany, 1900, 4.
■^, Jardin botanique, 1900, 4.
— , vegetable dyes employed in

silk industry, 1900, 5.
Lyperia grandiflora, Oalpin,

1895, 151.

— panicea, N. E. Brotvn, 1896,
163.

Lysiloma Sabicu (with plate),

1887, Dec., 4.
Lysimachia grandifolia, HemsL,

1895, 107, 319.

— Wilsoni, ffemsl, 1906, 161.



M.

Maba coriacea, Cummins, 1898,

76.
Macaranga porteana, 1895, 122.
Macaw palm kernels, 1897,

337.
MacOregor, Sir W., New Guinea

dried plants, 1897, 112 ; 1899,

95
MachUus Thunbergil, 1897, 336.

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McLounie, J., Milanje dried

plants, i895, 158.
Maomillan, H., 1895, 155.
McNeill, M., 1899, 134,
Macodes celebica, Rol/e, 1899,

132:

— sanderiana, Rolfe, 1896, 47.
Macoun, J. M., Canadian dried

plants, 1896, 31.
MacOwan, Prof., South African

dried plants, 1893, 146 ; 1894,

166 ; 1899, 52.
Macowani glandulosa, N* E,

Brown, 1901, 124.

— pulvinaris, N. E. Brown,
1901, 124.

Macquarie Island, Flora of,

1894,401.
Macroscepis elliptica, iV« £^•

Brown, 1898, 225.
Macrosporium parasiticum, 1887,

Oct., 17.

— sarcinula, 1906, 195.

— solani, 1906, 242.

— tomato, 1906, 242,
Macroxamia spiralis, 1887, Sept.,

5.
Madagascar, Achyrospermum

sp. from, 1892, 150.
— , bananas in, 1894, 266.

— dried plants, 1892, 49, 104.

— ebony, 1888, 135.

— , economic plants of, 1890,
200.

— piassava, 1894, 358.

— rubber, 1899, 25 ; 1900, 30.

— sandal-wood, 1888, 136.

— tea, 1888, 87.

Madar (with plate), 1900, 8.
Madeira, osiers from, 1897,

338.
Madras Agri.-Hort. Society,

1892, 286.
— , Ceara rubber in, 1898, 8.
Magnolia hypoleuoa, 1906, 185.

— parviflora, 1895, 122.
Mahogany, horse-flesh, 1887,

Dec., 4.

— in British Honduras, 1892,
72.

Fiji, 1892, 187.

—.West African, 1890, 168;

1894, 8 ; 1895, 79.
Mahon, J., 1897, 240 ; 1901, 200 ;

1906, 394.

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food, 1887, Sept^ 20,
Maiden, J, H^ history of

Sydney Botanic Gardens,
. 1906, 205.

Main, T. W., 1906, 88, 383.
Maison de Melle, Ghent, 1898,
. 86.
Maize, export from British

Gniana. 1895, 10.
-.-production in Natal, 1887,

Sept, 12.

— produces, 1906, 289.
Malabar grass, 1906, 319, 356.

— — . oil, 1906, 320, 356.
Malacca, dried plants from,

1891, 246.

Malaga, viticulture in, 1894, 34,
Malaria, 1903, 6.
Malay fish poison, 1892, 216.
-r Peninsula, Flora of, 1894,
• 34 ; 1905, 39 ; 1906, 136.
J Ipoh poison of, 1891, 25,

259.

, Lemon-grass in, 1906, 364.

-. Liberian coffee in, 1890,

107 ; 1892, 277.
Malayan dried plants, 1891, 246 ;

1892, 248; 1893, 145, 369;
1895, 20, 78.

— plants, drawings of, 1894, 135.
Malcolm, Lieut, Tibetan dried

plants, 1897, 208.
Malingering in Egypt, 1898,

143.
Malpighi Celebration, 1897, 403.
Malta, fruits of, 1888, 234.
Maltese oval orange, 1894, 117.
Mammea americana, 1897, 424.
Mandalay moulded lacquer,

1906,145.
Manettia bicolor, 1901, 115.
Mangabeira rubber, 1892, 67, 69 ;

1899, 185.
Mangold, diseases of, 1906, 49.
Mangosteen in Jamaica, 1895,
.79.
Mangosteens from the West

Indies, 1898, 26.
Manfirrove bark and extract, 1892,

227.
Manicoba rubber, see Ceara.
Manihot Glaziovii, 1892, 67;

1898, 1, 4L
, at I^os, 1896,78.



Manihot Glaxiovii, at the

Gambia, 1889, 146, 148, 151.
in Jamaica, 1895, 79.

— •^, introduction to Grenada^
1887, July, 13.

Manila aloe fibre, 1892, 36 ; 1893,
78.

— hemp, 1887, Apr., 1 ; 1894^^
289 ; 1895, 208.

in British North Borneo,

1892, 243 ; 1898, 15.

plants, 1895, 208.

Manipur varnished wares, 1906^

146.
[ Maple Sugar, 1895, 127.
Maqui berries for colouring

wine, 1890, 34.
Maragogipe coffee, 1894, 163.
Marantas, 1894, 193.
Marasmius erumpens, McLSsee^

1898, 119.

— excentricus, Massee^ 1899,
168.

— opalinns, Massee^ (with plate)
1906,46.

— tinctorius, Massee, 1898, 132.
Margaretta distincta, N. E^

Brown, 1895, 255.

— orbicularis, N. E. Brofvn^
1895,256.

Mariscus somaliensis, O. B.

Clarke, 1895, 229.
Market gardening in Great
. Britain, 1895, 310.
Marmeleiro-do-Campo, 1904, 10.
Maromba vine disease in Portu*

gal, 1899, 213.
Marram grass, 1897, 211,
Marsdenia angolensis, N, E.

Brown, 1895, 258.

— profusa, N. E. Brown, 1895,
258.

— rostrifera, N. E. Brown, 1906,
250.

— tenacissima, 1894, 321.
Marseilles Botanic Garden, 1900,

5.- .

— Docks, 1900, 5.
Marshall Islands, 1896, 183.
Marsilea Drummondii, 1892, 216.
Mascarenhasia utilis, 1895^ 199.
Masdevallia comiculata, var. in*

flata, 1896, 12X

— deorsum, 1901, 114.

— muscoea, 1899, 134.



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Masdevallia perayian^ Rol/e^
1906, 112.

— pit, at Kew, 1894, 75.

— pusilla, Rol/e, 1893, 335.

— (§Saccolabiatae) venosa,
Rolfe, 1901, 146.

Massee, G., 1893, 26, 144.
Masson, Francis, 1891, 295.
Massonia jasminiflora, 1896, 122.
MathewB, William, 1906, 173.
Matthlola coronopifolia^ 1901,

82.
Manritias, agricaltaral resources

of, 1887, Feb., 6.
— , bananas in, 1894, 266.
— , Ceara rubber in, 1898, 9.
— , Flora of, 1905, 36.

— fruits, 1888, 20.

— , Government experimental
farm, Curepipe, 1892, 238.

— grass, 1894, 384.

— hemp, 1887, Mar., 8; 1889,
61.

plants, poling of, 1893,

321.
—, hurricane, in 1892, 189, 312.

— industries, 1887, Feb., 4.

— , museum specimens from,
1887, Sept, 14.

— plants, drawings of, 1894, 136.
— , sugar cane disease in, 1894,

81.

— tea, 1891, 234; 1899, 22.

— vanilla, 1892, 214.
Maxillaria dichroma, Bol/e, 1898,

197.

— elegantula, Rol/e, 1898, 196.

— glumacea, Rol/e, 1892, 210.

— houtteana, 1897, 207.

— mooreana, Rol/e^ 1895, 36.

— parva, Roi/e, 1895, 193.

— sanderiana, 1897, 110.

— sanguinea, Rol/ey 1895, 8.
Meade, Sir R., retirement of,

1897,168.
Meadow plume-thistle, 1895,

47.
Mealy bug at Alexandria, 1890,

.94 r 1891, 48.
Meconopsis heterophvlla, 1899,

20.
Medinilla cauliflora, HemaLj

1895,135.

— chionantha, Stop/, 1906, 73-

— Mortonii, Hem^l., 1894, 211.



Meehan*8 Nurservt Ptiiladelphia,

1894,63.
Meen, Margaret, ''Exotic plants

from the Royal Gardens,

Kew," 1893, 146.
Megaclinium Clarkei, Rol/e,

1891, 198.

— imschootianum, Rolfe^ 1895,
8.

— leucorhachis, Rolfe, 1891, 198.

— minutum, Rol/e, 1893, 5.

— pusillum, Rol/e, 1894, 362.

— triste, Rol/e, 1894, 362.
Megasoma elephas (with plate),

1893,44.
Melanconium Eucalypti, Massee
et Rodway, 1901, IGO.

— Pandani, 1895, 330.
Melanorrfaoea usitata, 1906, 137.
Melhania erythroxylon,- 1893,

66.

— obtusa, N. E. Brown, 1906,
99.

Melinis minutiflora, 1900, 31. *
Meliosma Herbertii, Rol/e^ 1893,
244.

— Kirkii, Hemsl. et E. H. Wils.,
1906, 154.

— Veitchiorum, Hemsh, 1906,
155.

Melolobium Burchelii, N. E.

Brown, 1901, 120.
Melon disease, 1906, 195.



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