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— pear, 1893, 21.

— , Sarda, 1894, 75 ; 1895, 321.
Memecylon flavovirens, Bake^\
189T, 268.

— strychnoides. Baker, 1895,
105.

Mentzel, R., 1897, 423,
Menzies, Archibald, 1891, 299.
Merulius lacrymans, 1894, 33. '
Mesembryanthemum aoinaci-
forme, 1887, Sept;, 9.

— calamiforme, 1901, 115. •

— edule, 1887, Sept., 9.
Mesembryanthemums, 1906,

284.
Mesquite grass, 1897, 226.
Metailonotus denticollis, 1897,

186.
Metanastria punctata, 1894, 396.
Metford*8 Lemon, 1900, 28.
Metroxylon Rumphii, 1894, 414.

— Sagu, 1894, 414.



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if exioan dried planta, 1891, 275 \
1893, 146, 224 ; 1895, 125.

— fibre or Istle, 1887, Dec., 5 ;
1890, 220.

— whisk, 1887, Dec., 9 ; 1897,
172.

— works on Botany, Materia
Medica, Ac, 1898, 102.

Mexico, prickly pear in, 1892,

144.
Michelia sinensis, HemsL et

E. H. Wils., 1906, 149.
Microcharis Oalpini, N. E.

Brown, 1897, 258.
Microlaena Giulianettii, Stapf,

1899, 114.
Microstephanns, N. E. Brown,
. gen. nov., 1895, 249.

— cernuus, N. E* Brown^ 1895,
249.

Microstylis cordifolia, Rolfe,
1899,127.

— macrocbila, Rolfe, 1895, 6.

— repens, Rolfe, 1899, 127.
Microtaena cymosa (with plate),

1902, 11.
• Miel de Palma,' 1906, 175.
Mieng, 1892, 219.
Mikania Carteri, Baker, 1895,

106.
Milanje, botany of, 1892, 121.

— cedar, 1892, 123 ; 1895, 189 ;
1896,216.

— , climate of, 1892, 124.

— , dried plants from, 1895, 158.

Mildew on vines, treatment of,

1889, 229 ; 1890, 190.
Millen, H., 1896, 147 ; 1898, 334.
' , Lagos dried plants, 1892,

72 ; 1893, 146.
Millettia caffra, 1887, Sept, 11.

— ? gracillima, HemaL, 1895,
134.

Millson, A., Yoraba-land dried

plants, 1_891, 206.
Mimnsops capitata. Baker, 1895,

149.

— densiflora. Baker, 1895, 148.

— dispar, N. E. Brown, 1895,
107.

— longipes. Baker, 1895, 149.

, — marginata, N. E. Broton,

1895,108.
*- oleifplia, N. E, Brown, 1895,

109.



Mimnsops pachyclada, ':SaA:^,

1895, 149.
Mirabon wood, 1887, Sept, 15.
Miracnloos fruits of West Africa,

1906,171.
Miscanthos oligostachyns,

Stapf, 1898, 227.
Missouri Botanic Garden, 1894,

52.
Mitchell grass, 1894, 377.
Mitten, W., 1906, 283.
Miyabe, Dr. K., Japanese dried

plants, 1893, 146.
Modecca senesis, 1901, 114.
Moir, J., Shire Highlands dried

plants, 1893, 112.
Moisture, excess of, effect on

plants, 1893, 189.
MoUisia alba-flava, Masaee, 1899,

175.

— cinnabarina, Masaee, 1899,
175.

— rosea, Maaaee, 1899, 175.
Momordica dissecta. Baker, .

1895, 215.
Mongolia, Flora of, 1898, 26.
Menreitb, 1906, 269.
Montserrat, 1887, June, 4.

— Botanic Station, 1891, 122 ;
1894, 420.

— , coffee in, 1894, 137.

— fruits, 1888, 214.

— , report of Mr. Morris's visit,

1891, 119.
— , Royal Oommission,

1897, 382.
Monzie Castle, 1906, 267.
Moon, Alexander, 1891, 304.
Moore, J. C, 1895, 155.
Mora wood, 1887, Sept, 15.
Moraea Carsoni, Baker, 1894,

391.

— diphylla, Baker, 1906, 24. •

— fusca. Baker, 1906, 24.

— (Eumoraea) macrantha,
Baker, 1898, 309.

— monophylla, Baker, 1906, 24.

— ^.ulpbtijrea, 1899, 134.

— ventricosa. Baker, 1895, 73.
Moreton Bay pine, 1893, 225.
Moringa aptera, 1887, Jan., 7 ;

.1892,284,

— pterygosperma, 1887, Jan., 7 ;
1892,284. . -

Morisia hypoga^^ 1898, 176. -



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Monn^iieB rof feaniim, 1895, 299.

Morrell timber, 1887, Sepf ^ 6.-

Morris, Dr. D., 1898, 234.

, Cantor lectures on

India - rubber T^ants, 1898,
312,

^ — *, Mission to West Indies,

1891, 103.

Morrison, A., 1906, 406.

Moseleya, 1899, 83.

Moss Flora of the Royal Gar-
dens, Kew, 1899, 7. .

Mostuea fuchsiaefolia, Bakery

1895, 96.

— orientalis. Baker, 1895, 96.

— Walleri, Baker, 1895, 96.
Moth borer, 1892, (with plate)

153; 1894, 172; 1895, 81;
1898, 102.
Mount Chiradzulu dried plants,

1896, 31.

— Hope Nurseries, Rochester,
N. J., 1894, 59.

— Usher, 1906, 222.
Mountain incense tree, 1898, 239.
Mozambique orange, 1906, 398.
— , Para rubber in, 1898, 274.
Mucor exitiosus, Massee (with

plate), 1901, 98.
Mucuna erecta. Baker, 1895, 65.
Mueller, Sir P. von., Australian

dried plants, 1896, 31.

— , , — fungi, 1891, 246.

— , , death of, 1896, 218.

— , , New Guinea dried

plants, 1893, 146.
Mulberries, spirits from, 1893,

224.
Mtlller, Dr. H., artificial indigo,

1898, 34.
Mummy pea, 1894, 371.
Munby, Giles, photograph of,

1894, 194.
Muraltia ecomuta,iV. E. Brown,

1906 15
Murthly Castle, 1906, 259.
Musa acuminata, 1894, 245.
— , African species of, 1894, 225.

— aurantiaca, 1894, 260.

— Bakeri, 1899, 20.

— Banksii, 1894, 246.

— Basjoo, 1894, 248.

— Buchanani, 1894, 241.

— Cavendishii, 1894, 244, 255,
(fig.) 296.



Musa ciiffortiana, 1894; 257. -

— coccinea, 1894, 258.

— comicul^ta, 1894, 246. —

— discolor, 1894,248.

— dubia, 1894, 256.

— Ensete, 1887, Apr., 6 ; 1894,
(plate) 237, 240, 287, 293 5
1899,227.

— Fehi, 1894, 246, (fig,) 247,
289; 1896,233.

— Fitzalani, 1894, 247.

— flava, 1894, 249. -

— glauca, 1894, 245.

— Hillii, 1894, 246 ; 1895, 77.

— Hookeri, 1894, 256. - T
— , key to the sub-genera and

species of, 1894, 238.

— lasiocarpa, 1894, (with fig.)
243.

— livingstoniana, 1894, 225, 241;

— maculata, 1894, 257.

— malaccensis, 1894, 249.

— Mannii, 1894, 258.

— Martini, 1894, 249.

— nana, 1894, 244.

— nepalensis, 1894, 243.

— oleracea, 1901, 203.

— proboscidea, 1894, 225, 241.

— pruinosa, 1894, 256.

— rosacea, 1894, 257.

— rosea, 1894, 258.

— rubra, 1894, 258 ; 1896, 29.

— salaccensis, 1894, 258.

— sanguinea, 1894, 258, (plate)
259.

— sapientum (with plate), 1887,
Apr., 5 ; 1894, 250.

var. oleracea, 1894, 250. '

paradisiaca, 1894, (plate)

232,250.
Troglodytarum, 1894,

250.
'— vittata, 1894, 250, (plate)

251.

— sikkimensis, 1894, 257.

— , species and principal
varieties of, 1894, 229.

— sp.. Hong Kong, 1894, 249.

— sumatrana, 1894, 257.

— superba, 1894, (with fig.)
242,288.

— Thomsoni, 1894, 256.

— textilis, 18S7, Apr., 1 ; 1894,
248, (fig.) 290; 1895, 208;"
1898,15.



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Mnsa textilis, var. amboinenBis,
1894, 248.

— velutina, 1894, 258.

— ventricosa, 1894, 241.

— violascens, 1894, 257.
Museae, Synopsis of the, 189.3,.

187.
Moseam d*Histoire Naturelle
de Paris, Nouvelle Archives
du, 1894, 137.

— No. II., Guide to, 1895, 203,

— No. III., Guide to, 1894, 74.
Masenms, botanical, in Belgium

and Holland, 1898, 86.

— , — , — France, 190 », 1.

Mushroom spawn, artificial pro-
duction of, 1894, 168.

MuBsaenda capsulifera, 1899^
192.

— coffee, 1889, 281.

— pilosa, Baker^ 1895, 105. . .

— tristigmatica, Cu m m ins^
1898, 74.

Mussaendopsis beccariana, 1895^

199.
Mycena crassipe?, Massee^ 1899^

168.

— gigantospora, Massee^ 1899^
168.

— repertitia, Massee^ 1899, 167..

— sphaerospora, MasaePj 1901^
161.

Mycologic Flora of Royal Gar-
dens, Kew, (with plates),
1897, 115 ; 1906, 46.

Myosotis aequinoctialis, bakej\
1894, 29.

— dissitifiora, 1898, 96.
Myristica malabarica, kino from^

1897, 101.
Myrmecodia Antoinii, 1897^86^
110.

— Beccarii, 1897, 86.

— Rumphii, 1897, 86.
Myrmecophilous plants, Aus-
tralian, 1897, 86.

Myrrh, 1897, 98.

— and Bdellium, 1896, 86.
Myrsine cryptophlebia, Bak^\

1894,149.

— papuaua, HemsL, 1899, 104.
Mysore, Ceara rubber in, 1898,.

— , disease of pepper plants in,
1895,178.



Mysore, f ruita of, 1889, 2l.
— , hybrid coffee in, 1898, 30-
Mystacidium Mahoni, Bolfe^

1906, 116.
Myxomycidium, Massee^ gen.

nov., 1899, 179.
— pendulum, Masseey 1899» 180.



N.

'Nara, 1903, 13.

Nardoo, 1892, 216.

Natal aloes, 1890, 163.

— , Ceara rubber in, 1S98, 11. . ,

— dried plants, 1893, 146 ; 1895,
23, 158.

— , forestry in, 1895, 1.

— fruits, 1888, 225.

— , lily culture in, 1897, 406.
— , maize production in, 1887^

Sept., 12.
— , museum specimens from,

1887, Sept., 13.

— plants, 1898, 206 ; 1901, 85.

— tea, 1888, 27.

— , — cultivation in, 1887, Sept.,

12.
— , Urera fibre of, 1888, 84.
Nature-printing of plants, 1895,

205.
Necator, Masaee^ gen. nov., 1898,

119.

— decretus, Mmsee^ 1898, 119, -
Nectandra Rodioei, 1887, Sept.,

15 ; 1893, 117.
Nectna Bainii (with plate),
1899, 5.

— verrucosa, MasHee^ 1901, 166.
Neillia malvacea, 1901, 114.

— Torreyi, 1901, 114.
Nelson, David, 1891, 296.
Nelumbium speciosum in

Egypt, 1900, 30.
Nemesia albiflora, N. E. Broum,

1895, 28.
Neogoezia, Hemsl.y gen. nov.,

1894,354.

— graciiipes, Hemsl.y 1894, 355.

— minor, HemsLy 1894, 355.

— planipetala, Hemsl.j 1894,
355.

Nepenthes cultivated at Kew,
1897, 405.



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Nepenthes house at Kew, 1897,
404.

— Phyllamphora, 1906, 127.

— Smilesii, Hemsl., 1895, 116.
Nepeta decoloranB, HemsL^^ 1896,

213.

— snavis, Stapfy 1896, 19.
Nephelaphy Unm c h i n e n s e,

Rolfey 1896, 194.

— cristatnm, Rolfe^ 1896, 194.
Nephelinm Longana, 1899, 219.
Nephrodium (Lastrea) Creaghii,

Baker, 1898, 230.

— ( — ^ cyclodioides, Baker,
1906, 10.

— (— ) diffractum, Bake>\ 1898,
230.

— ( — ) dissitifolium, Baker,
1899, 120.

— (Sagenia) Everettii, Baker,
1896, 41.

— (— ) leptophyllum, G. H.
Wright, 1906, 11.

— (Lastrea) microlepis, Baksr,
1906,10.

— (Sagenia) Morsel, Baker,
1906,11.

— (Eunephrodium) oosorum,
Baker, 1896, 41.

— ( — ) snbelatnm. Baker, 1906,
11.

— (Sagenia) yunnanense,

Baker, 1906, 11.
Nestlera virgata, N. E. Brown,

1895 25.
Nenwiedia Grlffithii, 1895, 198,
New Caledonia, bananas in,

1894, 250, 287.

, dammar from, 1891, 76,

'. r, f nngns from, 1901, 161.

— Cape Liliaceae, 1892, 217.

— forage plant, 1896, 188.

— garden plants, 1888, 89 ; 1889,
. 73 ; Appendix II., 1890-1900 ;

Appendix III., 1901-1906.

-r- introduced during

1876-1896, 1900, 21.

— Granada dried plants, 1892, 71.
r- Guinea dried plants, 1892,

72 ; 1893, 146 ; 1897, 112.

, coffee seed and Jamaica

bananas for, 1892, 151.

— plants introduced by Sir
John Kirk from East Africa,
1896, 82.



New rut>ber industry in Lag<M,
1895, 241 ; 1896, 76.

— seedling sugar - cane in
Queensland, 1896, 167.

— South Wales, cold storage of
fruit, 1894, 187.

-, gumming of sugar-
cane in, 1894, 1.

, Royal Society of, 1892,

60.

— territorial arrangements in
Pacific, 1899, 229.

— Zealand contributions to
Kew Museum, 1894, 110.

dried plants, 1893, 146.

, edible fungus of, 1890,

217.
Flora, Manual of, 1906,

403.
, fluted scale-insect in,

1889, 196.

fruits, 1888, 13.

, fungi from, 1898, 132.

Institute, 1894, 397.

Kirk's Student's Flora of,

1899, 21.
Ne^^foundland dried plants,

1895, 125.
— , timber in, 1896, 125.
Nicaragua, bananas in, 1894,

278

— rubber, 1892, 69.
Nicholson, G., 1901, 169.

— , — , awarded Veitch Memorial

Medal, 1894, 108.
— , — , notes on horticulture in

Belgium, 1893, 164.
— , — , United States,

1894, 37.
Nicotiana breviloba, Jeffrey,

1894, 102.

— flexuosa, Jeffrey, 1894, 101.

— sylvestris, 1899, 76.

— Tabacum, 1891, 77.
Nidorella malosana. Baker,

1898, 149.
Nidularia fusispora, Massee,

1898, 125.
Ni6pc9, 1891, 303.
Niger C<^st Protectomte Botanic

Station, 1895, 164 ; 1897, 113.
, botanical enterprise in,

1891, 84,
Nilgiris, Chinese lacquer tree

in, 1904, 9.



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Nrt jriris drTed^ ^tdntfl, 1891, 246;
— , osiers tot, 1896, 142.
— , soap bark tree in, 1904, 2. "
Nolinas on the Riviera, 1892, 9.
Konnen pest in Bavaria, 1890;

224 ; 1892, 143.
North Bdrneo, sago cultivation-

of, 1894, 414.

— Gallery, 1894, 165.

— Mexican dried plants, 1895,
125.

Northea sechellana, fruits of,

1906, 398.
Nothoecordum borbonicum in

St. Helena, 1892, 50.

— striatum at Kew, 1892, 50. -

— uniflorum. Baker, 1898, 227.
Notizblatt, des Konigl. bot.

Gartens und Museums zu

Berlin, 1895, 77.
Notylia brevis, Rol/e, 1895, 194.
Nouvelles Archives du Museum

d*Histoire Naturelle de Parrs,

1894, 137.
Nowack, J . F., Abrus precatorius

as a weather indicator, 1890, 1.
Nubia, fungus from, 1898, 133.
Nut-grass, 1892, 50.
Nutmeg in South Australia,

1895, 102.
Nyasaland dried plants, 1892,

249. :

— , J. Bucbanan^s journey in,

1891, 183.
— , South, 1896, 144.
Njmphaea capensis, 1906, 183. -

— flavo-virens, 1901, 172,



0.

Oak of Mamre, 1893^ 226.

— , Turkey, in South Africa,

1894, 111.
Obituary notices : —

Aitchison, J. E. T., 1898, 310.

Barkly, Sir H., 1898, 335.

Barnard, Mrs., 1899, 79.

Bartlett, H., 1891, 93.

Bent, J. T., 1897, 206.

Binder, W., 1896, 96.

Bretschneider, Dr. E., 1901,
20L

Buchanan, J., 1896, 148.



Obituary SbticeB-^^^/- " ^ ^
Burbidge, F. W., 1906, 392.
Carnegie, Hon. D., 1900; 169.
Carson, A., 1896, 148. -

Carstensen, Q., 1892, 251.
Churchill, G. C, 1906, 384.
Clarke, C. B., 1906, 27L
CoUett, Sir H., 1902, 18.
Comu, M., 1901, 111.
Crombie, Rev. J. M., 1906,

225.
Crowther, W., 1895, 121.
Ernst, Dr. A., 1900, 17.
Farrer,W. J., 1906,226.
Franchet, A. R., 1900, 16.
Gray, J., 1895, 39.
Guthrie, Prof. F., 1899, 221.
Hemsley, 0. T., 1906, 393.^
Jamieson, A., 1895, 231.
Jenman, G. S., 1903, 29.
Jordan, A. J., 1906,395.
Kirk, Prof. T., 1898, 57.
Lawson, M. A., 1896, 185.
Mahon, John, 1906, .394.
Mathews, William, 1906, 173.
Mitten, W., 1906, 283.
Mueller, Sir F. von, 1896, 218.
Perry, W. W., 18i>4, 397.
Pierre, J. B. L., 1906, 121.
Rawson, Sir R. W., 1899, 221.
Scott, W., 1897, 403.
Smiles, F. H., 1895, 198.
Spruce, R., 1894, 32.
Sutherland, Dr. P. C, 1900,

170.
Thomson, J. W., 1895, 120.
Thurston, Sir J., 1897, 169.
Trimen, Dr. H., 1896, 219.
.Truelove, W., 1894, 74.
Vilmorin, H. L. de, 1899, 191.-
Ward, H. Marshall, 1906, 281.
— , J. R., 1895, 231..
Weir, John, 1898, 175.
Wellby, Capt. M. S., 1900,

171.
Wendland, H., 1903, 2fr.
Willey, F. E., 1898, 57.
Woodruff, G., 1891, 95.
Ochna floribunda. Baker, 1895,*
289. -

— longipes. Baker, 1897, 247.

— shirensis. Baker, 1897, 247.
— tentiissima, Stajpf, 1906,^78.
Ochsenheimeria bisontella, 1889,

134.



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dtJht^rtyrev 1906, 2&7.
Ocimnm basilicnm, 1893, 371.

— Btaminosum, Baker^ 1895,
224.

— verticillifolium, Baker, 1895,
224.

Ocotea bullata, 1887, Sept., 10 ;

1895, 3.
Odontoglossnm anricalatnm,

Rolfe, 1892, 140.

— guttatam, Rol/e, 1892, 140.

— naevium, 1906, 401..

— retusum, 1898, 23.
Oduin, 1895, 79.

Oecodoma cephalotes, 1893, 124.

— mexicana (with plate), 1893,
50.

Oecophora minutella, 1889, 134.

— temperatella, 1889, 133;
Ogea gum, 1891, 207 ; 1906, 199.
Oil, Andropogon odoratuB, 1906,

297, 363.
— , Camel-gpass, 1906, 297, 312,

353.
— , Chinese wood, 1906, 117, 398.
— , Citronella, 1906, 297, 316,

355.
— , East Indian Geraniam, 1906,

360.
— , Eucilyptas, 1887, Sept., 5.
— , Ginger-grass, 1906, 297, 349.
— , Kamaksbi-grass, 1906, 344.
— , Lemon-grass, 1906, 297, 334,

358.
— , Malabar-grass, 1906, 320, 356.

— of Ben, 1887, Jan., 7.

— , Palmarosa, 1906, 297, 360.
- , Rusa, 1906, 338, 360.
—, rung, 1906, 117, 398.
— , Vetiver, 1906, 297, 349, 362.
Oil-grasses of India and Ceylon,
1906, 297.

— palm, 1891, 190 ; 1892, (with
figs.) 200.

fibre (with figs.), 1892,

62.

in Labuan, 1889, 259.

Sierra Leone, 1893, 168.

— palms in S. Australia, 1895,
100.

f— plants in S. Australia, 1895,
. 101.

— seeds, 1906, 176, 229.

-^ from West Africa, 1892,

247.



Oil-Waedfirt>«:ZAi»Hwr, 189a, -fiSb"
Oils, table, from beech ahd

linden, 1894, 218.
Okro fibre, 1894, 229.
Old Calabar Botanic Station^

1895, 164 ; 1897, 113.
Oldenlandia acutidentata, C. Hi

Wright, 1898, 145.

— macrodonta. Baker, 1895, 67.

— rotata. Baker, 1895, 216.
Oldfieldia africana, 1894, 8.
Olea laurifolia, 1887, Sept., 11.
Oliver, Prof. D., award of Royal

medal, 1893, 188.

— , , portrait of, 1894, 78.-

Olyra concinna, 1896, 123.
Omar Khayyam's rose, 1894,

193.
Omphalia Rogersi, Massee, 1906,

92.

— tenera, Massee, 1899, 168.
Oncidium brevilabrum, Bol/ei

1894, 158.

— GlsLeaii, Rol/e 19c)6, 376.

— cristatum, Rol/e, 1892, 210.

— (Rostratae) gracillimnm^
R'd/e, 1906, 197.

— lucasianum, Rol/e, 1894, 185.

— luteum, Rol/e, 16^'^, 172.

— panduratnm, Rol/e, 1895, 9.—

— sanderianum, Rol/e, 1893,
337.

Oncinotis Batesii, Stap/, 1906j
272.

— gracilis, Stap/, 1894, 124.

— tenuiloba, Stap/, 1898, 307. -
Onion disease at Bermuda (with

figs.), 1887, Oct., 1.
Oospora scabies, 1906, 59.
Ootacamund, Chinese lieusquer

tree at, 1904, 9.
" Opachala," 1906, 176. :
Ophiocaulon Rowlandi, Baker,

1895, 16. -
Ophiopogon clavatus, WrigM,

1895,116.

— japonicus, 1893, 342. .
Ophiorrhiza pileoides, HemsL,

1896,38.

— rupestris, HemsL, 1894, 2^12.
Opium, 1887, Sept., 19.
Opuntia arborescens at Kew,

1895,156.
-^ arbuscula at EJew^ 1895^
156.



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Opnntia coccinellifera, 1888^
170.

— Dillenii, 1888, 169.

— folgida at Kew, 1895, 156.

— missoariensiB, 1888, 171.

— Tana, 1888, 169.

— vulgaris, 1888, 169.
Opuntias as fodder plants, 1888,
. 167 ; 1895, 50.

Orange and Lemon Borers, 1897,
177, 186.

— , Jaffa, 1894, 117.

— , Maltese oval, 1894, 117.

— , Mozambique, 1906, 398.

— r scale in Cyprus (with plate)^
1891, 221.

Orange-growing in California,
1893, 219, 221.

Florida, 1895, 125,

166.

Jamaica, 1895, 125.

Sicily, 1895, 266.

Orchella weed, 1906, 176.

Orchid bark, use of, for orna-
ment, 1899, 138.

— houses, new, at Kew, 1898,
337.

Orchids attacked by beetle

larvae, 1896, 62.
— , Burmese, coloured drawings

of, 1898, 313.
— , drawings of, 1906, 177.
r— flowered at Kew in 1890,

1891, 52.

— , hand-list of, 1896, 56.

— , new, 1891, 197 ; 1892, 137,
208 ; 1893, 4, 61, 169, 334 ;
1894, 154, 182, 361, 391 ; 1895,
5,33,191,281; 1896,44,193;
1898, 192 ; 1899, 126 ; 1901,
146 ; 1906, 30, 84, 112, 375.

— , nomenclature of, 1891, 193.

r-^, spot disease of, 1895, 302.

— with economic properties,

1892, 181.

Orchis monophylla, 1898, 176.
Ordnance map, revision of, 1894,

134.
Oreosolen nnguiculatus, Hemsl.,

1896, 213.
Ormonde. House, 1901, 84.
Ormosia Henryi, Hetnsl, et E. H.

m7a., 1906, 156. .
r- Hosiei, Hemsh et E^ H. Wils,^

1906, 156,



Ornithidium fragrans, Rolfe^

1894, I5T.

— nanum, Rolfe, 1894, 395.
Omithocephalus multiflorus,

Rolfe, 1901, 149.
Ornithogalum (Caruelia)
diphyllum, Baker, 1895, 153.

— (Cathissa) natalense, Bakei\
1893, 210.

— (Beryllis) sordidum, Btiker,

1895, 228.

— subspicatum, Baker, 1898^
164. .

— tenuipes, G. H. Wright, 1901,
136.

Orthezia insignifa, 1895, 162.
Orthosiphon calaminthoides,
Bakei% 1895, 225.

— Cameroni, Baker, 1895, 72.—
r— comosum, Baker, 1895, 184.

— dissimilis, N. E. Brown,
1906, 166.

— moUe, Baker, 1895, 225. -
Oryctes insularis, 1892, 88.
Osiers, 1896, 140.

— from Madeira, 1897, 338. -
Osmanthus Cooperi, HemsL,

1896, 18.

Osmitopsis asteriscoides, 1887,

Sept., 9.
Osteospermum glabrum, N. E.

Brotvn, 1901, 125.
Ostrowskia magnifica, 1896, 123w
Ostrya cai'pinifolia, 1897, 404.
Osyris abyssinica, 1906, 289.
Otbonna disticha, N, E, Brotvn;^

1895, 16.
Otiophora inyangana, N, E,

Brown, 1906, 107.
Outeniqua yellow-wood, 1887,

Sept., 10.
" Owala," 1906, 176.
Oxalis adenophylla, 1906, 126.

— densa, N. E. Brown, 1906,
101.

— dispar, N. E. Brown, 1901,
138,202.

— esculenta, 1899, 225.

— oligotricha, Baker, 1895, 64*

— teti-aphylla, 1899, 225.

— tricophylla. Baker, 1895, 63,
Oxyanthus Monteiroae, N. E,

Brown, 1892, 125,
Oxy coccus macrooarpus, 1887^
Sept., 5.



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Oxymitra (^ Goniothalamus)
maci'antha, JaemsL, 1895, 132.

Oxytenanthera abyssinica, 1892,
46 ; 1893, 341.



Pachylobus edulis, 1906, 172. . „
Pachypodium Sanndersii, N. E,

Brown, 1892, 126.
Paohyrhizns angnlatus (with

plate), 1889, 121 ; 1895, 47 ;

1896, 68.

— tuberoflUB, 1889, 17, (with
plate) 62 ; 1895, 17.

Pacific, new territorial arrange-
ments in, 1899, 229.

Paeonia Intea, 1901, 172.

Paeony disease, 1899, 88.

Pagan ware, 1906, 144.

Pagns, Gambia, 1894, 191.

Pai-t'an tree (with plate), 1903,
25.

Palinras hirsutns, Hpmsh, 1894,
:-J88.

— orientaiis, HemsL, 1894, 387.
Palm House, re-arrangement of

plants in, 1892, 105.
, renewal of heating appa-

i-atus, 1895, 42 ; 1896, 97.
terrace, 1896, 29.

— kernels, Argentine, 1897, 337.

— weevil in British Honduras
(with plates), 1893, 27.

Palmarosa oil, 1906, 297, 360.
Palmer, Dr. E., Mexican dried

plants, 1891, 275.
Palmetto weevil, 1893, 29.
Palms at Castleton Gardens,

Jamaica, 1895, 79.

Kew, 1897, 232.

— , dried specimens from Dr.

King, 1892, 248.

— in flower at Kew, 1892, 311.
Formosa, 1896, 71.

— on the Riviera, 1889, 292.
— , Sago, 1894, 414.
Palmyra bass fibre, 1892, 148.
-r- palm, 1892, 186. .

Palo Santo, 1893, 368.
Pandanads, disease of, 1895^
320.



Pandanus fruit used as fk scrub*
'bing brush, 1900,31.

— Joskei, 1894, 195.

— odoratissimus, 1895, 320.

— roflexus, 1895, 319.

— Thurstoni, Wright, 1894,
348.

Panioum bulbosum, 1894, 383.

— colonum, 1894, 382; 1896,
116.

— flavidum, 1887, Dec., 8.

— maximum, 1894, 382 : 1897,
210.

— molle, 1894, 383.

— muticum, 1894, 384; 1897,
209.

— pabulare, 1894, 386.

— prostratum, 1896, 116.

— spectabile, 1894, 385.
•— texanum, 1894, 385.
Paniaea tricallosa, Rolfe, 1901,

148.
Pantling, R., 1898, 22.
Panus ochraceus, Massee, 1906,

92.
Papain, 1897, 104.
Papaver Rhoeas, var. latifolia,

1896, 126.
Paphiopedilum chamberlain-

iarium, 1898, 61.

— glaucophyllum, 1906, 237.

— mastersianum, 1899, 20.

— Victoria-Mariae, 1898, 23.
Para grass, 1894, 384.

' in British Guiana, 1897,

* 209.

— piassava, 1889, 237, 239.

— rubber, 1892, 67, 69; (with
fige.) 1898, 241.

in Ceylon, 1893, 159.

Penang, 1899, 21.

' Perak, 1899, 22.

— — , rise and fall in prices
(with chart), 1906, 241.

Paracaryum heliocarpum, 1897,

110.
Paradisia minor, WHght, 1895,

118*
Paraguay indigo, 1892; 179.

— Jaborandi, 1891, 179.

— tea, 1892, 132 ; 1898, 142.
Parasol ant, 1893, (with plate)

50, 124.
Parinarium (Sarcostegia) flori-
bundum, Baker, 1897, 265,



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Paris fixliibition, 1900, Itoyal
Oommission, 1898, 54.

— Herbarium, dried plants
from, 1892, 151.

— , Jardin des Plantes, 1900, 2.
— , L'Ecole superieure de Phar-
macie, 1900, 3.

— trials of Ramie-decorticating
machines, 1888, 273.

Parish, Rev. C. S. P., coloured
. drawings of Burmese orchids,

1898,313.
Parmelia trulla, 1906, 176.
Parodiella maculata, Massee^

1898,133.
Paronychia (Anoplonychia) so-

maliensis, BakP7\ 1895, 226.
Parrotia jacquemontiana, 1896,

220.
Parsons, A., 1896, 96.
Paspalum conjugatum,

385.

— dilatatum, 1902, 1.

— distichum, 1894, 386.

— sanguinale, 1894, 386.

— scrobiculatum, 1894, 386.
Passiflora capsularis, 1901, 82.

— pruinosa, 1899, 51.

— punctata, 1906, 401.

— (SGranadilla) retipetala, M. T.
Master's, 1893, 12.

— (§Astrophea) securiclata,
M. T. Masters, 1893, 12.

Pasteur, M., funeral of, 1895,299.
Patchouli, 1888, 71, 133 ; 1889,

135.
— , Khasia (with plate), 1902, 11.
Patellaria Maura, Massee^ 1898,

131.
Patterson, W. H., 1904, 13.
Pavetta Gecilae, N. E. Brown,

1906, 106.
-^ disarticulata, Oalpin, 1895,

145.

— lut^ola, Stapf, 1906, 80.

— pumila, N. E, Brown, 1906,
106.

— trichantha. Baker, 1894, 148.
Paxillus Osteopaeon, Massee,

1899, 56, 165.
Payena Leerii, 1891, 237.
Pea-nut, 1901, 175.

— in S. Australia, 1895, 101.
Pearson, H. H. W., 1899, 50, 221 ;

1903, 30.



Pearson, fl. H. W., "Botany of
the Ceylon Patanas," 1900, 27.

Pedicularis flaccida. Pram, 1893,
157.

Pelargonium dispar, N. E,
Brown, 1895, 144.

— reliquifolium, N. E. Brawn,
1906, 100.

— Whytei, Baker, 1897, 246.
Pelexia maculata, Rolfe, 1893, 7.

— olivacea, Rolfe, 1891, 200.

— saccata, Rolfe, 1895, 195.
Pelicans at Kew, 1896, 98 ; 1897,

425 ; 1898, 25, 203.
Pelicanus crisnus, 1898, 25.

— mitratus, 1898, 203.

— onocrotalus, 1898, 203.



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