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BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 



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A NEW AND COMPLETE 

INDEX 

TO THE 

BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

NCEMEXT IN 1787 TO THE END OP 19 
! FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD SB BUS 

A HISTORY OF THE MAGAZINE 
W. HOTTING HEMSLEY, F.R.S., F.L.S. 



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THE HISTORY OF THE 

BOTANICAL MAGAZINE. 



Note.— The following History wa, eontributed l,v Mr. W. Bottin<; 
Hemsley to the (ninlen.'r* Chronirir. Believing it would he of interest 
to subscribers of the Botanical lln/aiuie, it is inserted here with 
some alterations and additions. 

In 1887, when the Hotanioil Ma>j>i::inr attained the hun- 
dredth year of its uninterrupted existence, the writer con- 
tributed to the Gardeners' Citron trie a series of articles on 
its history, preceded by a brief sketch of the rise of flower- 
gardening in England, and supplemented by notes on 
contemporary kindred literature, and on persons prominent 
as botanists and horticulturists. This was followed nine 
years later bv gleanings from the wrappers of the Magazine 
during the periods 1800 to 1814, and 1827 to 1855. "With 
the cordial assent of the proprietors of the Gardeners 
Chronicle, the greater part is reproduced here, together 
with some additional facts, and the correction of errors in 
the original. 

On the completion of the 112th volume the Botanical 
Magazine attained the hundredth rear of its uninterrupted 
existence, having long outlived the numerous rivals and 
imitators which its successful career gave rise to from 
time to time. Indeed, it is doubtful whether it is not 
the only illustrated serial ever published that has enjoyed a 
century of unbroken vitality ; and its history is the history 
of flower gardening in England, in the open and under 
glass, from its infancy to the achievements of the present 
day. A hundred years is but a short period, vet during 
the past century the cultivation of tropical and subtropical 
plants for the delights they afford the eye has developed 
from a few small beginnings by wealthy amateurs and botanic 
gardens to an almost incredible extent, both as to what 
has been accomplished and the number of persons engaged 
in producing a luxury which is essentially a luxury of 'the 
present age. From its commencement up to the present 
time varieties of garden origin, or florists' flowers, have, 
with a very few exceptions, been excluded from the 



HIE HISTORY ol THE IU iTANK'AI, MAGAZINE 



Botanical Magazine. Nevertheless, and in spite of its title, 
which was given at a period when scientific botany was 
still in its infancy, the Botanical Magazine contains the 
history of flower gardening i n the various phases through 
which it has passed during the last century. Although the 
marvellous results of the gardener's skill are not represented 
therein, the wild parents from which lie has obtained such 
results are so in most instances, and remain as silent 
witnesses of what may be effected by education, if it may 
be so termed, and freedom from the struggle for existence 
which plants are ever exposed to under natural conditions. 
Moreover, the serials which have been more especially 
devoted to the illustration of florists' flowers may be 
regarded :1 s the legitimate offspring of the Botanical Maga- 
zine, in the double sense of the priority of the latter, and 
by reason of its being n refuge for the" usually less showv 
progenitors of the florists' flowers themselves. This being 
so, a sketch of the history of the career of the Botanical 
Magazine and its collateral associations will doubtless 
interest many readers of the present day, for it is a part 
of their history as well as of their forefathers. 

But before proceeding to that history itself it mav be 
well to go back a little further, and glance at the condition 
of flower gardening in England previous to the founding of 
the_ liotauioil Magazine, as we shall then be in a better 
position to appreciate the advances made in the art subse- 
quently. It will be understood that in a sketch of this 
nature only the most noteworthy events, and a selection of 
the principal actors and books, can be passed in review; 
and it will be confined almost entirely to English illustrated 
works, though mention will be made of others which may 
be regarded as connecting links in the history of flower 
gardening. 

Flower Gardening in England Anterior to the 
Foundation of the " Botanical Magazine." 
The earliest English printed book with figures of plants 
that 1 have seen, and probably the first produced, is the 
<<rrfe llerhall of 152c,, u einprinted at London, in South- 
warke, by me, Peter Treveris;" though it is stated by 
.fuiteney, on the authority of Ames, that the first edition 
was printed in 1516. The oldest Banksian copy is, how- 
ever, of the same date as that in the Kew library. This 
work, which is only mentioned on account of its historical 
interest, was translated from the French. There were 



Till: HISTORY OF THE P.oTAXK'AL MAGAZINE Yll 

numerous Continental edition- of a book similar in character 
under the title of Ortus Sanitatis, or " Garden of Health ; " 
the oldest at Kew having been printed at Mainz, in 1 185. 
It is a thick quarto, with numerous coarse woodcuts, which 
have been rudely coloured by hand. 

The Orete EerbaM is a small quarto book, and the prin- 
cipal object of it, as of all the early works on plants, was to 
set forth the medicinal virtues of herbs, shrubs and trees. 
Although it is not filled with the gross astrological super- 
stitions of some later works, the numerous virtues ascribed 
to almost every plant mentioned give an idea, of the almost 
incredible ignorance of medicine in those days. 



Turner. 

William Turner (about 1510 to ir>(iS), who has been 
styled the Father of Botany in En-land, was the author of 
the first original English work on plants, 1 of which Mr. 
Daydon Jackson edited a far-simile reprint in 1S77. This 
is a little more than a catalogue of only about 170 species 
of plants, and the forerunner of his excellent Herbal, the 
foundation of Knglish botanical literature. 

But I must not dwell on this, as it belongs to a period 
perhaps wholly antecedent to the practice of flower garden- 
ing for ornamental purposes in England. Be that as it 
may, before the end of the sixteenth century several notable 
gardens existed in the vicinity of London, the most cele- 
brated being that of the oft-cited John Gerard at Holborn. 

Gerard published a catalogue of the plants cultivated in 
his garden in 159(5, and an amended and extended one in 
L599. 1 It is hardly necessary to state that a great majority 
of the plants were cultivated for their real or imaginary 
medicinal properties. Still the catalogue contains a con- 
siderable number of plants that would only have been 
cultivated for ornamental purposes. Most of the extra- 
European plants enumerated are American, and the only 
possibly South African plant is the Senecio (Ivlcinia) 
Anteuphorbium, which I suspect is really a native of the 
Red Sea region ; but for an analysis of the contents of 
Gerard's catalogue the reader is referred to the Gardeners' 
Chronicle, n.s., ix., p. 365, March 23rd, 1878. 

Flower gardening, it should be explained, was practised 
in France, the Netherlands, Germany and Italy, long 



viii the history of the botanical magazine 

before it was in England, and cultivated plants were gradu- 
ally introduced into this country, partly by Englishmen 
who travelled on the Continent, and partly by refugees who 
fled from their own countries to escape persecution. 

One of the great merits of Aiton's Hortus Kewensis is the 
immense amount of information of this kind it has handed 
down to us, much of which would otherwise have been lost. 
In very many instances, of course, no exact date can be 
given ; all that is known is that such and such a plant was 
cultivated at a certain date, and sometimes the author dues 
not cite the earliest date. Thus it is stated that the 
Damask Rose was cultivated in 1573, while in Johnson's 
Malory of English (rurJcniiig we are informed that Linacre, 
who died in 1524, introduced it from Italy. Again, it 
appears that the Auricula was cultivated in England as 
early as 1570, 1 having been brought over by artisans who 
were driven out of the Netherlands. 



Didymus Mountains. 
Previous to the earliest of Gerard's publications appeared 
Didymus Mountaine's (iardeiit-rs Lahyrinfh, the first part 
in 1571, and the second part, in which the author treats of 
44 delectable floures," in 1577. There were several editions 
of this work, notably one by Dethycke in 158G. Among 
the "tender herbes and pleasant flowers" enumerated in 
this book are Marigold, Rose Campion, Flower of the Sun, 
Columbines, Pinks, Heartsease. Paxmv, Red Lily, Lavender, 
Bachelor's Button, Gilliflowers and Carnations. Didymus 
Mountaine is supposed to be an assumed name of Thomas 
Hill, who published several works on gardening, between 
100:3 and 1606. 

Thadescant. 
John Tradescant, a Dutchman, who settled in this country, 
and was nominated gardener to Charles I. about the year 
1G29, having previously successively served in the same 
position under several noblemen and Queen Elizabeth, was 
famous for his natural history museum and garden in 
Lambeth. An interesting account of the garden, by Sir 
William Watson, will be found in the forty-sixth volume of 
the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, and the 
museum formed the nucleus of the Ashmolean Museum at 
J Shirley Hibberd, in the Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society, 



OF THE BOTANICAL MA' A/IN 1 



Oxford. A son, of the same name, travelle* 
America, and introduced a number of plants 
English Gardens, including the common Spide 
descantia). 



In 1629 appeared the first edition of good old John Par- 
kinson's Paradisus in sole Paraditm* Tcrre*tn's, and in 1656 
" the second impression, much corrected and enlarged/' 
This genial and well-informed author was an ''apotheeary 
of London, and the King's Herbalist." The second or 
English title of his book is :— A Choice Garden of all Sorts 
of Barest Flowers, in'th their Nat ire Place, Birth, Time of 
Flowering. X<i,iir* <<nd Vertne to each riant Fseful in 1'hi/xic 
or Admired for Meant;/, and in it he figures and describes a 
great variety of Lilies, Fritillaries, Tulips, and Narcissus. 
The number of the last-named is large, and the figures so 
good that the lovers of these beautiful flowers can protitably 
use the work and obtain much interesting and useful 
information from it even now. Other leading kinds of 
flowers are Hyacinths, Crocuses, Irises, Cyclamens. Ane- 
mones, Kanunculuses, Auriculas, Primroses, Wallflowers, 
Stocks, Violets, Pansies, Columbines, Larkspurs, Poppies, 
Marigolds, Carnations. Pinks, Campanulas, Hollyhocks and 
Roses. Among the few more tender plants included are 
Balsams, Nasturtiums and Camellias, but Parkinson says of 
the last :— 

" It doth not abide the extremities of our winters, either 
abroad or under covert, unlesse it meet with a stove or hot- 
house, such as are used in Germany, or such other like 
place ; for neither house nor cellar will preserve it for want 
of heat." 

From the foregoing pa— age it appears that heated plant- 
houses were unknown in England in Parkinson's time, 
though in use on the Continent. The only artificial means 
of raising tender plants he alludes to is a bed of dung, where 
he gives instructions in raising the Tobacco plant, " which 
was cherished in gardens, as well for the medicinal 
qualities, as for the beauty of the flowers." Of Nasturtiums 
he speaks in high praise ; associated with Carnations or 
Gilliflowers " they make a delicate tussimussie, as they call 
it, or a nosegay, both for sight and scent." I cannot leave 
this enthusiastic old gardener without one quotation from 
his chapter on " The order and manner to plant and replant 
all sorts of outlandish flowers." It runs thus :— 

" And I do wish all the gentlemen and gentlewomen. 



X THE HISTORY OF THE 

whom it may concern for their own good, to be as careful 
whom they trust with the planting and replanting of their 
fine flowers, as they would be with so many jewels, for the 
roots of many of them being small and of great value may 
soon be conveyed away, and a clean tale fair told, that such 
a root is rotten, or perished in the -round, if none be seen 
where it should be, or a counterfeit one hath been put in the 
place thereof: and thus many have been deceived of their 
daintiest flowers, without true knowledge or remedy of the 
defect." 

Establishment of Botanic Gardens. 

Incidentally I may mention here that the Botanic < iarden 
at Oxford was established in 1632 by Henry, Earl of Danby, 
who gave for this purpose five acres of ground, and built 
greenhouses and stoves, and a house for the gardener, and 
further endowed the u'arden. Chelsea u'anleii was founded 
about the year 1(573, and Cambridge in 1762. The Edin- 
burgh garden was established about 1780, and it is recorded 
that James Sutherland so successfully cultivated it that he 
had 3000 species of plants growing in 1 7S:-J. Kew was 
leased by the Prince of Wales, son of George II., about 
17.')(). and the garden laid out bv Sir W. Chambers : and 
George III. purchased it about the year 1789. In 17SS a 
greenhouse, 110 feet long, was built for Cape plants ; and 
in 1792 the present greenhouse was erected for New Holland 
plants. The former was demolished within the writer's 
knowledge of Kew. 

Pulteney informs us l that after the Revolution the Royal 
Gardens at Hampton Court were rich in fine plants, and 
that at St. James's was of no inconsiderable note, if we may 
guess by the many new plants Plunkenet received from it. 
The Duchess of Beaufort had a garden richly stored at 
Badminton : Dr. Henry Compton, Bishop of London, 
another at Fulham : and' many private gentlemen vied with 
each other in these elegant and useful amusements. The 
gardens of Dr. Uvedale, of Enfield; of .Mr. Du Bois, an 
East India merchant ; of Mr. Courten, and others, afforded 
much assistance to the labours of Kay, Plukenet and 
Petiver. 

I shall again refer to Ray, who did so much to elevate 

botanical science by introducing a system of classification of 

plants. Other noted English writers on botany of the 

seventeenth century were Plukenet, Petiver and Sloane, 

1 Sketches of the I'rcxjrc.™ of Botany in England, ii., p. 104. 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAoAXINE XI 

whose collections of dried specimens of plants are preserved 
in the British Museum; an institution founded upon the 
collection of Sloane, who was also largely instrumental in 
establishing the Chelsea Botanic Garden. Plukenet was 
superintendent of the garden at Hampton Court during tin; 
latter part of his life, but all these writers were more active 
with dried specimens than living plants. 

John Martyn. 
My object being to give an idea of the state of flower 
gardening immediately before the Botanical Magazine came 
into existence, I must not dwell so long on this theme as I 
am tempted to. Therefore I make a leap of a century, and 
take a look at John Martyn's sumptuous Eistoria Plantarum 
tia riorum, dated 172S. As was the custom of the period 
this book is a folio, and a large folio, and it was issued in 
parts, from 172S to 1782, when it was discontinued on 
account of its costliness, after the publication of fifty plates. 
It was designed to contain coloured figures of the natural 
size of such curious plants as had nor been figured before, 
together with their descriptions and culture. The plates 
are mezzotinto, and were painted by Van Huysum, and 
engraved by Kirkall ; most of the plants represented were 
cultivated in the ( 'lielsea Botanic < oirdens. and many of them 
were introduced by W. Houston, a surgeon in the Navy, 
from the West Indies and Mexico. They include several 
species of Passiflora and Cassia, and the genera Turnera, 
Gronovia, Martynia, Milleria, &c. Houston himself, who 
met with an untimely death in the West Indies, had 
engraved the flowers and fruits of several, and given them 
generic names (this was shortly before Linnaeus proposed his 
famous binominal nomenclature), and Sir Joseph Dunk-. 
subsequently acquiring these engravings from Philip Miller, 
published them under the title of Beliquise Houdonianx, 
with Houston's names and the Linnean names. I may 
mention, as it has often been overlooked, that Martyn gives 
the Linnean names of the plants in the Eistoria, on an un- 
paged leaf immediately after the preface. Three or four of 
them were, however, first named by Philip Miller. Besides 
the plants from the American region there are three or four 
Pelargoniums, including P. inquinans, the parent of the 
" scarlets " ; a Mesembryanthemum, and an aloe from South 
Africa. Noteworthy too, among the figures is that of Bletia 
verecunda (Helleborine americana), which I believe was the 
first tropical < 'rchid cultivated in England, and the manner 



Xll THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

in which it was introduced was very remarkable. A dried 
specimen was sent to Peter Collinson, (who had a fine garden 
of hardy plants at Mill Hill, Hendoii). from Providence 
Island, Bahamas ; but the tuber appearing to have life in 
it, he sent it to the garden of a gentleman named Wager, 
where it was placed in a hotbed, and grew and flowered the 
following summer. 



Bradley. 

Another book meriting notice here is Bradley's JJidoria 
Phntarum Siiccnlirntariini, originally published in decades 
between the years 1716 and 1727. and subsequently as a 
whole in 1734. Only five decades appeared. The copy at 
Kew is of the second edition, and partly coloured by an 
amateur hand. Among the genera represented are Cereus, 
Mesembryanthemum, Agave, Echinocactus, Euphorbia, 
Aloe, Gasteria, Stapelia, Haworthia, Sedum, Cotyledon, 
Kleinia and Crassula. Bradley chums to have himself in- 
troduced many of the plants figured from Amsterdam into 
English gardens. 

In 1725 Dr. J. Douglas commemorated in a special 
pamphlet the colonization in Guernsey of the beautiful 
Japanese Nerine sarniensis, bulbs of which had been cast 
ashore from the wreck of a ship, and grew and established 
themselves " to the surprise of the inhabitants and the 
delight of the florists and botanists." 

Dillenius. 
About the same date (1732) that Martyn's expensive 
project came to an end there appeared that wonderful 
monument of talent and industry, Dillenius's Llodw tJlthnw 
ensis, concerning which Linmeus says :— " Est opus botani- 
cum quo absolutius mundum non vidit. ' It is a handsome 
folio of 437 pages and 324 uncoloured plates, 1 illustrating 
417 different plants, a large portion of which, it is true, 
would be regarded by a gardener as botanical rather than 
ornamental. Nevertheless it is a noble record of the begin- 
ning of the present era in flower gardening, and an enduring 
monument to the botanical skill of its author and the zeal of 
his patron, Dr. James Sherard, in cultivating flowers. His 

1 On the authority of Sibthorp (Pulteney, Historical and Bio^raulacal 
Sketches of t . p . L82, in a footnote), 

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of which he presented to the Bodleian Library. 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE Xlll 

garden at Eltham, in Kent, which furnished the materials 
for Dillenius's book, is characterized as by far the richest 
then extant. Sherard accumulated wealth in London by 
practising as an apothecary, and subsequently retired to his 
country seat, where he devoted the greater part of his time 
to the cultivation of plants obtained from all parts of the 
world, though the bulk of the extra -European species were 
from America and South Africa. What in those days was 
termed the dry stove presented the greatest novelty, for the 
gardeners of that period appear to have succeeded better 
with succulent plants than any other class in their flue- 
heated houses. Sherard had, for the period, an exceedingly 
rich collection, comprising the genera Aloe, Haworthia, 
Gasteria, Cotyledon, Crassula, Mesembryanthemum, Opuntia, 
Pereskia, Phyllocactus, Euphorbia and Kleinia. Of Mesem- 
bryanthemum alone fifty-four species are figured and de- 
scribed, and a clavis to the species is given, founded upon 
characters afforded by the leaves. 

Philip Miller. 
Before introducing the founder of the Botanical Maya-ine 
himself, I should like to add a few words respecting that 
remarkable man, Philip Miller (the '• Hortulanorum Prin- 
ceps" of his day) and his publications, for they certainly 
mark an epoch in the history of gardening. Miller was born 
in 1691, and was the only man whom Pulteney knew who 
had seen the botanist Pay. 1 In 1722 he was appointed 
Curator of the Chelsea Botanic Garden, a post he held for 
the long period of forty-eight years, and died in 1771, the 
year after his retirement. He was a Fellow of the Royal 
Society, and enjoyed the friendship of some of the leading 
botanists of the day, though detractors of his merits were 
not wanting. His work, however, has rendered his name 
imperishable. Among his pupils were W. Aiton. author of 

1 Kay was purely a botanist : but I find the following interesting 
reference in Pulteney's Slcctrhr* (i., p. 11)7) :— " Among the variety of 
Botes in this : Cat Canta rigiam nas- 

centium. Cantab., 1000) there is one piwsibly not of public notoriety. 
Mr. Kay informs us that the people of Norwich had long excelled in the 

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held their annual feasts, and crowned the best flowers with a premium, 
as at present." The passage referred to follows: — " Inter nos Anglos 
elegantium florum studio et cultm jesi qui, ut ab 

ipsis accepimus, quota ni -1 it 1 celebrant. <j bus d 

certatur, et victori riorum serrum velut praunium porrigitur. Hinc 

gloriantur, Nordvicum suum, dicendurn esse vel urbem in liorto vel 



MAGAZINE 

the first edition of the Horfus Kewensis ; W. Forsyth, his 
successor at Chelsea, and afterwards gardener to the King 
at Kensington; and his son Charles, the first Curator of 
the Cambridge Botanic Garden. Of his literary works, his 
Gtirih'mrrs Dictionary gained him a European reputation, 
and was translated into Dutch, French and German. Lin- 
mvus said of this book, " Xon erit Lexicon Hortulanorum, 
Bed Etiam Botanicorum." The first edition was published 
in 1731, and there are ten English editions, and there are 
also French, German and Dutch editions. 



The Founder of the " Botanical Magazine " 
was William Curtis, born at Alton, Hampshire, in 1746, the 
son of a master tanner, and a member of the Society of 
Friends. At the age of fourteen he was apprenticed to his 
grandfather, an apothecary of the same town, and at the 
expiration of his apprenticeship he went to London, and 
entered the service of Mr. Talwyn, in Gracechurch Street, 
and later succeeded him in the apothecary's business ; but 
his botanical pursuits interfered so much with his profes- 
sional duties that he was not very successful. He early 
acquired a taste for botany in a singular manner. The 
house adjoining his father's at Alton was an inn, and an 
ostler, named James Lagg, 1 employed there, was versed in 
the study of Gerard ancl Parkinson's Herbals? From him 
Curtis received his first lesson in botany, and soon after 
some books of a more scientific character came in his way, 
by means of which he laid the foundation of a profession 
Thar brought him fame and fortune. 

After neglecting his medical practice to such an extent 
that it was worth little, he disposed of it, and devoted him- 
self entirely to botanv. In 1773 he was appointed Botanic 
Demonstrator to the Society of Apothecaries at Chelsea, the 
post having been given up in his favour, according to Dr. 
Thornton, 3 by William Hudson, the author of the well-known 
Flora Anglica. But, on the authority of Field, Hudson 
resigned in the spring of 1771, and Mr. Stanesby Alchorne, 
who had been connected with the Society for some years, 
officiated as Honorary Demonstrator for nearly two years. 
During his term of office this gentleman seems to have 

1 Field, Memoirs of the Botanic (.inrden at Chelsea p 81 
1 J. E. Smith, in Bees' Cyclopedia. 

^ In a Sketch of the Lite , d Writing, of the late Mr. Willi,,,,, Curtis, 
p. 6. This biographical -ketch i- . : is exact in 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE XV 

liberally supported the garden, for he presented nearly fifty 
new trees, and materials for a rock garden. Field states 
that Alchorne " presented about forty tons of old stones 
brought from the tower of London, for the purpose of raising 
an artificial rock to cultivate those plants which delight in 
such a soil, to which was afterward- added a large quantity 
of flints and chalk, given by Mr. John Chandler, and also a 
quantity of lava from a volcano in Iceland, presented bj 
Joseph Banks, Ksq.. which material- being considered fully 
adequate to the purpose, it was undertaken, and the erection 
finished in the course of the summer of 1 77-">." 

Curtis held the office of Demonstrator of Botany at 
Chelsea for about five years, when his increasing literary 
and other avocations induced him to resign it. He had 
united the studies of botany and entomology — the latter 
especially in relation to agriculture, and he wrote various 
treatises on the subject, but I cannot pause to particularize 
them. Soon after his appointment t< > < 'helsea he commenced 
as a public lecturer on botany and horticulture, his great 
aim being to give a practical turn to his teachings. For this 
purpose he established a botanic garden, first in the Grange 
Road, Bermondsey, then in Lambeth Marsh, and finally at 
Brompton, where he had a " more salubrious and commo- 
dious spot.'' The last he continued to cultivate up to his 
death. 1 Full particulars of the scope and extent of Curtis' 8 
garden are contained in Dr. Thornton's memoir, from which 
I have already quoted. It was laid out in quarters: one 
being devoted to medical plants, another to poisonous plants, 
a third to culinary plants, and a fourth to British plants. 
and so on. A catalogue of the plants, about 6,000 in 
number, was provided for each subscriber. Seven editions 
of the catalogue were published between 1790 and 179!). 
Curtis's Lerhirrs on Botnuy as Jrlicrred o, the Jt„tanir 
Garden at L<nnl»-th, handsomely illustrated, were published 
by his son-in-law, Samuel Curtis, in 1805, and a second 
edition in 1 807. 

Curtis's literary and artistic activity was very great, but 
I must confine myself to those works bearing on the subject 
under consideration. In 1771 he commenced the Flora 



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Xvi THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

Londinensis, a magnificently illustrated folio work, which 
almost ruined its author, and was never completed. Never- 
theless, a second considerably extended edition was edited 
by the late Sir William Hooker, between the years 1817 
and 1828. The Flora Loudinensis was issued in parts, and 
continued until 1787, which brings us down to the leading 
subject of this sketch. 



The First Appearance op the "Botanical Magazine." 
Though Curtis was unfortunate in his too ambitious Flora 
Ltmilineiis/y, his project of an illustrated serial of octavo size 
and modest price was well conceived, and resulted in the 
most unqualified success, indeed, it was the foundation of 
periodical illustrated botanical literature. I have not seen 
any prospectus, if such was issued, but the very full title- 
page and the preface to the first volume sufficiently explain 
the design and scope of the work. In the preface we are 
informed that the Botnulm/ Muijir/tur owed its commence- 
ment to the repeated solicitations of several ladies and 
gentlemen, subscribers to the author's Botanic Garden ; and 
it is further stated that the work had succeeded greatly 
beyond the author's warmest expectations. 

I propose now to pass the whole work in rapid review, 
touching upon the more remarkable events in flower 
gardening, and briefly noticing kindred publications in 
chronological order. 



FIRST PERIOD: 1787—1800. 

During this period Volumes I. to XIV. appeared, and it 
lias been thus limited because the author died in July. 17D9. 
at the comparatively early age of fifty-three, and while the 
magazine was still in its infancy. But this was not Curtis"s 
only essay with a pictorial octavo, for in 1792 he began 
issuing diminished figures of his Fhn-n Londiurnsls, and 
decades of coloured figures of medicinal plants. Of the 
first only thirty-six plates appeared: but it is asserted by 
Thornton to have given birth to Sowerby and Smith's 
EiujUsh Botany, though Smith himself hints 1 that Curtis 
imitated English liotmuj as a last effort to keep the /<7u,v/ 
Londinensis afloat. Considering the dates of publication, 
Thornton's statement is hardly correct. He also state- that 
1 Rees' Cyclopcedia. 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE XV11 

Curtis's figures of medicinal plants formed the foundation 
of Woodville's Mfiliml lii>tiwy, perhaps on better grounds. 

At the commencement, each monthly number of the 
Botanical Magazine contained three coloured plates, and the 
price was 1*., and no change was made during the founder's 
lifetime. All through this period the volumes did not 
correspond to the years; that is to say, they ran from 
February of one year to January of the next, and the date 
of the title-page was usually, though not invariably, that of 
the year in which the volume was completed. Whether any 
portion of the first volume appeared in 1 780 I have not 
been able to ascertain, but the first half a dozen plates bear 
that date. The Magazine became popular at once, and soon 
attained a monthly sale of 3,000, which was steadily main- 
tained until Curtis's decease. William Curtis's name was 
retained on the title-page of the fourteenth volume ; and it 
appears from a memorandum in the Kew copy, attributed 
to the late Professor Henslow, that his brother 1 conducted 
the Magazine from plate L50 until Dr. Sims became editor. 

In the original account of this period it is suggested that 
Curtis himself may have executed the drawings 2 for many of 
the plates in the early volumes ; but there is a statement by 
the editor after plate 1,232 (in the Kew copy), that, with 
the exception of sixty-seven drawn by Mr. Sowerby and 
eight by Mr. Sansum, the figures up to that date were all 
done by Sydenham Edwards, whether his name was 
appended to them or not. But what is most curious, 
twelve plates bearing the name of J. Sowerby were in 
reality drawn by Edwards. The numbers are given as 
well as of all those drawn by Sowerby, and No. 1 is 
included as his work. 

In this connection it may be added that an outcome of 
the publication of this history was the purchase by Kew 
from the Curtis family of 1,635 of the original drawings of 
the first series (1787 to 1826), during which period plates 
1 to 2,704 were issued. This leaves 1,069 to be accounted 

1 Thomas Curtis, one of three brothers of the botanist, according to 
Dr. A. Curtis. 

2 Dr. Albert Curtis, of Staines, a direct dc^.-n.lant ■: Will it.- 
Curtis, to whom I am indebted for all of the previously unpublished 

particulars of the family contained in this sketch, sends me the 

following note: — '■ I i.. ■ .•:-,-: 

plants figured in the B< ' • 21 < el h % 

artist to act under his direction. In some way he heard of Sydenham 

Edwards, the son, I believe, of a schoolm wter in Wales, 

showed some talent for drawing, and had him sent up to London for 

the purpose of having hint e ! it- tied as an artist.' 



XV111 THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

for; and it has not been ascertained what has become of the 
originals of the second series (1827-1844), plates 2,705 to 
4131, leaving 1,427 more to be accounted for. On the 
Magazine becoming the property of Reeve Brothers, in 1845, 
the originals were left to the disposal of the successive 
editors, Sir William and Sir Joseph Hooker, through whom 
they have passed into the possession of Kew, and the set is 
nearly complete for the sixty years of the third series. 

The great majority of the plants -figured during this 
period are hardy European and Eastern North American ; 
and the next in point of number are Cape plants belonging 
to the genera Erica, Pelargonium. Mesembrvanthemum, 
Gladiolus, and a few others. Scarcely any very striking or 
noteworthy subjects appeared, and new species, such as 
Diosma serratifolia, plate 45G, were exceedingly rare ; 
in fact, there was some justification for Andrews' asser- 
tion, to which I shall have occasion to allude a«ai n , that 
the editor of the Botanical Mar/a:ine had failed to fulfil his 
promise to publish new garden plants. Masson, who was 
sent out from Kew in 1772, had already introduced a largo 
number of Cape plants; and prominent among others who 
imported, directly or indirectly, numerous exotic plants 
were Sir Joseph Banks, Doctors Fother<dll, Piteairn and 
Lettsom, and Captain William Bligh. ' The last-named 
commanded the ship Bounty, which vas sent to the South 
Sea Islands to procure plants of the Bread-fruit tree for 
cultivation in the West Indies. How he and a few others 
were cast adrift by a mutinous crew, who had become so 
enamoured of the mode of life in those favoured islands 
that they did not hesitate taking this extreme measure to 
obtain their freedom, subsequently settling in Piteairn 
Island (where some of their descendants sti'll live), forms 
one of the most romantic episodes in the history of expedi- 
tions for the purpose of extending the cultivation of the 
vegetable products of distant countries. Hindi, however 
subsequently succeeded with the ship /W///o„v in earryiim 
living plants to the West Indies, and eventually attained 
the rank of Pear-Admiral. The Marquis of Bute and 
Dr. Lettsom were munificent patrons of horticulture 
and of the Flora Lowlinntsls, in recognition of which 
( urtis dedicated to them the two volumes that appeared. 

Returning to the Botoniral Mtya-iue, we find the first 
plant illustrated is Iris persica, followed by Echinacea 
purpurea, 1 Eranthis hyemalis, Cyclamen Coum, and many 



THE HISTORY < >F IITE 



liar plants which even in those 
r; and Curtis's great desire 



known to the 



large 



magazine quickly attained must have been a gratifying 
proof that his efforts were Cullv appreciated: and there is 
no doubt that they bore excellent fruit. A few plates 
further on in the first volume are Cereus fiagelliformis. 
Tropceolum majus. Passiflora cuTulea. and IJescda odorata, 
all of which maintain a prominent position in our gardens. 
In the second volume are a few more showy flowers, such as 
the Mexican Sprekclia formosissima, Papaver orientale, and 
the Brazilian Passiflora alata : the last, it is stated, was 
•• cultivated in great perfection in the stove of our worthy 
friend, James Yere, Esq., of Kensington Gore; at the 
Physic Garden, Chelsea; and Mr. Malcolm's, at Ken- 
nington." 

Plate 97 (vol. iii.) represents Fuchsia magellanica (F. 
macrostema), under the name of F. coccinea, a name which 
belongs to a Brazilian species, introduced about the same 
date. The two were both figured in different works under 
the same name, and confused with each other until lsiis, 
when Sir Joseph Hooker figured the original coccinea in 
the magazine (pi. 5740). The hardy Chilian species was 
the only one that became common in gardens, and that 
under the false name of F. coccinea. Curtis regarded it as 
a stove plant, " bearing a high price in 1789, but easilv 
propagated, hence likely soon to be within the means of 
every lover of flowers." Acacia verticillata (pi. 110), a 
native of South-eastern Australia, and one of the many 
species, with the leave- reduced to flattened petioles, de- 
serves notice, because in raising it from seed the true 
nature of the flattened petioles was revealed in the gradual 
transition in the seedlings of pinnately divided leaves to the 
small organs by which they are replaced in the adult plant. 
Plate 116 is a representation of the North American Calo- 
pogon pulchellus (Limodorum tubero-um), and is the first 
Orchid figured in the Botanical Magazine} It was acci- 
dentally introduced with Diomea Mu<cipu!a. and cultivated 
by James Smith, in Curtis's own garden. To the magniti- 
cent and striking orange and blue Strelitzia regina, two 
1 The first tropical Orchid cultivated in England was Bletia vere- 

pi. 43. It was s, it from the W, -■ dmn, Hortits 

Knceusis, ed. 1, iii. p. 302) before 17:33, as a dried specimen ; but the 
tubers grew on being placed in a tan bed. They were received l>\ 
Collinson, and cultivated in the garden ot Wager, a Lord of the 
Admiralty. (See ante, p. xi.) 



XX THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

plates (119 and 120) are devoted. This plant was intro- 
duced by Sir Joseph Banks, from the Cape of Good Hope 
in 1773, and was first figured and described in the first 
edition of Alton's Eortus Kewensis. Passing to the fifth 
volume (1791), we note Zinnia multiflora, Tagetes patula, 
and Epidendrum fragrans (pi. 152) incorrectly named 
E. cochleatum. The last, being an epiphyte, was regarded 
as a great curiosity; and if not actually the first plant 
cultivated in England, it was one of the first two species ; 
E. fragrans being the other. Aiton records both as having 
been introduced in 1786 ; the former by Mr. Alexander 
Anderson and the latter by Hinton East, Esq. Curtis 
states that instances of epiphytes flowering in England were 
very rare ; indeed, so accomplished a gardener as Philip 
Miller considered it futile to attempt to grow these 
epiphytal Orchids, as appears from the following paragraph 
relating to Epidendrum. extracted from the eighth edition 
of his Dictionary, 1768 :— "There are near thirty species of 
this genus, which grow naturally on trees in Africa and 
both Indies [as first constituted bv Linnaeus, Epidendrum 
comprised all the epiphytal Orchids then known], but as 
the plants cannot by any art yet known be cultivated in 
the ground, it would be to little purpose the enumerating 
of them here, though, could the plants be brought to thrive 
by culture, many of them produce very fine flowers of 
uncommon forms. I had three species of them sent me 
from America, which were stripped from the trees on 
which they grew. These I planted with care in pots, 
which were placed in a stove, where they came so far as to 
show their flowers, but the plants soon after perished." 

Commodore Gardner presented roots of Epidendrum 
fragrans to the Apothecaries Company in 1789, and these 
were successfully treated by Mr. Fairbaini in their garden 
■ it Uielsea, producing flowers in February, 1790. '"Mr. 
lairbairn planted the roots in pots of earth composed of 
rotten wood and decayed leaves, plunging them into the 
tan bed of a pit of considerable size." The true cochleatum 
is figured in pi. 572. where Sims corrected the error; and 
h. iragrans was again figured (pi. 1669) in 1814. Brilliant 
among shrubs hardy only in the milder parts of these 
islands is Sophora tetraptera (pi. 167), one of the very few 
f-egummosse belonging to the native flora of New Zealand 
introduced thence by Sir Joseph Banks in 1772. It is the 
subject of the first plate of J. Miller's Icones Plaittanmt, in 
loho alluded to above. Miller states that it ripened seeds 
m the open ground at Chelsea in 1779, as well as in 



THE HISTORY OF TilK BOTANICAL MAGAZINE XXI 

Dr. Pitcairn's garden at Islington. Curtis remarks " That 
a finer sight can scarcely be imagined than a tree of this 
sort, extending to a great breadth on a Avail with a western 
aspect, in the Apothecaries garden at Chelsea, where it was 
planted by Mr. Forsyth about the year 1774, and which at 
this moment (April 28th, 1791) is thickly covered with 
large pendulous branches of yellow, I had almost said 
golden flowers, for they have a peculiar richness which it is 
impossible to represent in colouring. In winter it is care- 
fully covered with mats, lest it should suffer from any 
extraordinarily severe weather." I have reproduced the 
foregoing particulars, in order to direct attention to this 
beautiful shrub, which is figured in the Garden,,-* 
Chronicle (n.s., ix., p. 729). Other varieties are figured in 
the Ilohntical M,,,/,,:;!,,,', plates 1 142 and :}7: , .o, under the 
distinctive generic name Edwardsia. founded by Salisburv 
in honour of Sydenham Edwards. 

The next plate (108) is the beautiful but evanescent 
Cape Vieusseuxia «_daucopis. incorrectlv figured under the 
name Iris pavonia :' the true V. (Iris) pavonia is figured in 
plate 1247. Ixora coccinea (pi. 169), oridnallv introduced 
in 1690, though it did not long survive, was successfully 
cultivated by Thorburn & Whitley, nurserymen at Brompton. 
The singular Aitoiiia eapensis (pi. 173), one of Masson's 
earliest introductions, deserves mentioning on account of 
its commemorating one of the most eminent gardeners of 
that period. Buddleia globosa (pi. 174), a native of Chili, 
and so unique in its way, was introduced by Lee & Kennedy, 
of Hammersmith. The hardy Kalmia latifolia (pi. 175) 
and Azalea nudiflora (pi. 180) bring us to the end of the 
fifth volume. Specially noteworthy in the sixth volume is 
the handsome Erica grandiflora (pi. 189), one of Masson's 
very numerous introductions from South Africa, which was 
drawn " from a finely-blown plant in the choice collection 
of James Vere, Esq., of Kensington Gore." E. cerinthoides 
(pi. 220) is another from the same source. Helianthus 
multiflorus (pi. 227), regarded by Dr. A. Gray as a garden 
variety of H. decapetalus, reminds us more of the taste of 
the present day. Plate 240 is a representation of the 
charming Pelargonium tricolor, here first described. Pass- 
ing on to plate 260, Metrosideros citrina (Callistemon 
lanceolatus), we have the forerunner of numerous I 
flowered Australian shrubs, of which, according to Curtis, 
there were then many in this country, though he believed 
this was the first that had flowered in England. The 
drawing was made from a plant in Lord Cremorne's garden, 



XX11 THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL 

the root of which had been sent from Botany Bay. Rosa 
semperflorens (pi. 284), a variety of R. indica, foreshadows 
the rich and ever-increasing number of garden hybrid 
Roses, and was regarded by Curtis as one of the most 
desirable plants in point of ornament ever introduced into 
this country. It was obtained from India by Gilbert Slater, 
of Knots Green, near Leytonstone, a gentleman who did 
much to promote ornamental gardening. The showy West 
Indian Fortlandia grandiflora (pi. 286) is the last we have 
marked for notice in the eighth volume. 

We have now reached the year 171)5, and Cape or South 
African plants still largeh preponderate among the extra- 
Hhiropcan subjects illustrated. Foremost is the striking 
"everlasting" Helipterum eximium (pi. 300— Gnaphalium), 
familiar to many persons in a dried condition, and even in 
that state verv beautiful : but I have never seen it culti- 
vated. Messrs. Lee and Kenncdv flowered it in great per- 
fection, having raised the plants from seeds given them bv 
Captain William Paterson, author of a narrative of four 
journeys into the country of the Hottentots and CaH'raria. 
Erica ampullaeea. K. ventrieosa, and K. Massoni claim our 
attention in this and the tenth volume. The Chinese Chry- 
santhemum (pi. 327), although cultivated by Philip Miller 
as early as 17G4, seems to have excited' no particular 
interest, and certainly no enthusiasm, till about the date 
(1796) of Curtis's figure. Miller (Diet., ed. 8) states he 
received his plant from Xinpu — probably Ningpo — but lie 
has no special words of praise for it. Curtis appears to have 
been unaware that he was dealing with a plant previouslv 
cultivated in this country, for he says :— " We rejoice in the 
opportunity afforded us" of presenting our readers with a 
coloured engraving of a plant recently introduced to this 
country, which, a.s an ornamental one, promises to become 
an acquisition highly valuable This ma- . 
Chrysanthemum which we have hitherto seen only in the 
collection of Mr. Colvill, nurseryman, King's Road, Chelsea, 
began to flower with him in November, 1795." 

This is followed by a figure of Trifolium incarnatum, which 
Ave are now accustomed to see covering acres of land. 
Allamanda cathartica (pi. 338), introduced by Baron Halse 
from Guiana, reminds one of the flower shows of lono- a^o ; 
and Protea mellifera (pi. 346) is the herald of numerous 
members of a family rich in singular forms and brilliant 
colours. It Avas raised from seed with a number of other 
equally curious things in the nursery of Mr. Barr, near 
balls lurnpike, Kmg.land. Calceolaria Fothergilli (pi. 



THE HISTORY OF mi-: BOTANICAL MAGAZINE XXlll 

31<S), tirst named and figured by Aiton in the Hortua 
Kcm'nsls, was introduced ('nun its distant home in the Falk- 
land in 1777 by Dr. Fothergill. 

The figures in the remaining volumes (xi— xiv.) of this 
period are mostly of hardy and Cape plants: the latter 
including manv bullions kind- belonging to the genera Ixia, 
Antholyza, Gladiolus, &c. Among the still rare Australian 
plants I may name Platvlobium forniosum (pi. 46!)) and 
Pultenwa stipularis (pi. 175) ; the latter genus dedicated to 
the historian of botany in England. 

A few other figures in these volumes merit a word or two, 
notably those of Achimenes coceinea (pi. 374 — Cyrilla 
pulehella) and Cineraria omenta (pi. 100), the parent of 
the marvellous variety of Cinerarias of successive generations 
of florists. Cvmbidium aloifolium (pi. 3*7— Kpidendrmn), 
flowered by Grimwood and Wvkes. nurserymen of Ivensing- 

are the mil v a' m 

1 had almost forgotten to mention that the tenth volume 
contains an alphabetical index to that and the previous 
volumes ; a classified index to hardy trees, shrubs, herba- 
ceous perennials, biennials and annuals; an index to the 
greenhouse plants ; an index to the stove plants, and an 

There was a re-issue of some of the earlier volumes with 
differently dated title-pages. Thus, vol. i., 1703 : ii., 1700 : 
hi., 1707'; iv-, 1705 ; v., 1706, and vi., 1703. 

Kindred English Literature from 1787 to 1800. 

This is considerable, and in no other country was 

there so much activity in flower gardening. In Austria 

the younger Jacquin, was there anything approaching it. 
The first edition of the Ilm-his Krwe, ( sis r edited by William 
Aiton, is dated 17SiV and, as already observed, it is a 
most valuable contribution to the history of the intro- 
duction of exotic plants in the gardens of England. In 
1789 to 1791 appeared James Sowerby's Flora Luxuriant, 
or Florist' x Deliijhtj a folio work, illustrated with coloured 
plates, which I have not seen, but which reached only 

ii. :. ■: ■ ; . ; :_■ ■■■ 






XXIV THE HISTOKY OE THE BOTANICA 

eighteen plates. This is the same artist who drew and 
engraved some of the plates in the early volumes of the 
Botanical Magazine. In 1792 was published the first 
edition of the Florist's Directory with plates, by James 
Maddock, a florist at Walworth. This edition is not in the 
Kew library, but an improved edition, by Samuel Curtis, 
in 1810, is interesting as giving an idea of what were in 
those days considered the best types of Anemone, Hyacinth, 
Ranunculus, Tulip, Auricula, Pink, Carnation, &c. Thomas 
Martyn's Flora Itustica, a work of four thin octavo volumes, 
containing coloured illustrations of "such plants as are 
either useful or injurious in husbandry," by F. P. Nodder, 
botanic painter to her Majesty, appeared periodically from 
1792 to 1795. In 1794 Haworth issued the first of his 
writings on succulent plants, then very popular and 
commonly cultivated. The roses of the period were depicted 
by Miss Mary Lawrence in a folio volume containing ninety 
plates. Richard Anthony Salisbury, concerning whom I 
shall have more to say further on, had a fine'garden at 
Chapel Allerton, in Yorkshire, where he cultivated a large 
collection of plants, a catalogue of which, somewhat on the 
plan of Alton's Hortvs Kewensis, he published in 1796, 
entitled 1'rwlromus Mirpium in ll„rto ad < 'ha pel Allerton 
vifjentium. The author's annotated copy was purchased by 
the writer for Kew at a sale of Burchell's books in 1866. 
lhe great blemish of this work is the substitution of new 
names for a large number of plants, on the ground that the 
old ones, from a variety of causes, were inappropriate 

Next comes Andrews's Botanist,' li^mitoni, a rival of the 
hohnucal Jfa : ,,::nn, issued in parts, at half-a-crown each, 
from 1797 to 1812 ; the whole containing 664 coloured 
quart., plates of very unequal exeeution. A seeond edition 
was pul.hs h„l in IS 10, , U(1 the colouri of thi8 % 

is execrable. The drawing is usually fairly good, though 
not equal to some of this artist's later work. Whether the 
first was better I am unable to decide at the time of writing. 

wJL" n ?i P1 ' et T Ce ° f givin S an ^ anaJ y 8is of the flowed, 
but they themselves are often inexact and generally in- 
adequate to be of any use botanically. The descriptive 
SSLrt.! S ° T^' and s ^ on y m y altogether excluded. 
Nevertheless the Repository was in one sense superior to 

of \ir C ? l / {a »T le ° f ?•* date ' because the majority 
of the plants figured were of recent introduction. Andrews 
was apparently strongly supported by Lee and Kennedy, for 
he figured very many of their introductions from South 
Africa, Australia and elsewhere. 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE XXV 

SECOND PERIOD: 1801—1826. 

Dr. John Sims became editor of the Botanical Magazim 
soon after the death of William Curtis, though his name 
first appears on the title-page of vol. xv., 1801. He was a 
native of Canterbury, burn in 1 7 4 ', » ; and the present editor 
of the Garden n-s rhronich' is a lateral descendant of the 
same family. I have found no published biography of Sims, 
and only know him through his botanical works ; but Sir 
Henry Pitman, of the Royal College of Physicians, has kindly 
supplied a few particulars of his life. He passed the session 
of 1773-4 at Leyden, and then returned to Edinburgh, 
where he took the degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1774. 
Subsequently he settled in London, was admitted a licen- 
tiate of the College of Physicians in 1779, and soon became 
a prominent member of his profession. He retired from 
the editorship of the Botanical Magazine in 1826, and died 
at Dorking in 1831, aged eighty-two. 

In a short preface to his first volume of the Botanical 
Magazine, Sims explains that little use had latterly been 
made of the materials left by Curtis, for several reasons, 
" principally from a desire to preserve them as entire as 
possible for the service of the proprietors, in case of emer- 
gency, and a wish to indulge our botanical readers with a 
representation and description of some of the novel and 
curious plants which are annually introduced, particularly 
from the Cape of Good Hope. * ' Mention is also made of 
assistance received from John Bellenden-Gawler, who after- 
wards changed his name to John Bellendcn-Ker. He 
specially studied the Iridese, and contributed largely to the 
magazine during Sims's editorship; and finally, in 1827, 
published separately at Brussels a paper entitled Genera 
Iridearum. R. A. Salisbury and Dean Herbert also paid 
great attention to this and the allied natural orders Liliacese 
and Amaryllidaeea'. which, as well as Heaths, were then so 
extensively cultivated and assiduously studied, that one 
might justly designate this as the period of bulbous plants 
and Heaths. Thus, for instance, upwards of two-thirds of 
the figures in the sixteenth volume represent the former 
class of plants. 

The volumes of the period now under consideration 
comprise xv. to liii. Volume xx. contains general indexes 
to the plants contained in the first twenty volumes of the 
Botanical Magazine, comprehending an alphabetical Latin 
index, an alphabetical Knglish index, an enumeration of the 
plants figured in the order of publication, with corrections 



XXVI THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

and additional remarks ; and an arrangement of the plants 
according to the Linnean sv-tem. it is important to note 
the existence of these corrections and additions. A portrait 
of William Curtis was given with the nineteenth or 
twentieth volume, and repeated in the forty-first or forty- 
second — which, I cannot say, because two volumes are 
bound in one, and the portrait is placed at the head ; yet it 
is probable that in each case it was issued with the index 
volume. The first series of the magazine terminates with 
volume xlii. (1815), in which is an alphabetical index to the 
whole series, including many corrections and modifications. 

Excluding the bulbous plants — and they are so numerous, 
and many of them so beautiful, that it is impossible to make 
a choice — there are few exceptionally noteworthy subjects in 
the early volumes of that period. The handsome Spar- 
mannia africana (pi. 516) commemorates one of the botanists 
of Cook's second voyage. Phlox ovata (pi. 528) is one 
of the parents of the beautiful race of garden varieties 
of this genus. PI. 53:2 represents the -or-eouslv bnlliaui. 
though very evanescent. Tigridia Pavonia, a Mexican plant, 
which had been known to Europeans for nearly 150 years 
through the description and figures in the works of 
Francisco Hernandez, but flowered for the first time in 
this country in the garden of Ellis Hodgson, at Everton, 
near Liverpool, in 1796. 

Epidendrum cucullatum (Brassavola), pi. 543, flowered in 
the stove of Edward Woodford, of Vauxhall, adds one more 
to the small number of epiphytes up to that time success- 
fully cultivated in this country. From the same garden 
came the singular Massonia muricata (pi. 559), introduced 
by the very successful collector of living plants whose name 
it bears. As already mentioned, two-thirds of the figures 
in the sixteenth volume are of bulbous plants. In the four 
succeeding volumes they constitute about a half, and after 
tins date (1804) their numerical proportion is smaller. 
Again Mr. Woodford contributes a novelty in Spathiphyl- 
lum cannae folium (pi. 603), which he had received from 
Mi. Alexander Anderson, superintendent of the Botanic 
Garden in the island of St. Vincent. Then he follows with 
Epidendrum elongatum (pi. fill). Whitley & Brames, 
nurserymen, of Brompton, contribute Pterospermum aceri- 
folmm (pi. Q2Q), and Woodford the beautiful Petrea 
volubihs (pi. 628). How little was known of Rhododen- 
drons at the beginning of the century may be gathered from 
the fact that the ordinary P. ponticum found a place in the 
same volume. Soon several specie, of Amaryllis appear; 



THE HISTORY iiF mi- 



nts, includinir the beautiful Bauera i 
nksia ericajfolia (pi. 7^S). A very pool 

tivated l,v Mr. Kra«"r. of Sloane Squi 
icatoria (pi. 775) reminds us of Sin 
•dener. In the same volume appears tl 
. 777) from Woodford's -arden, and in, 



his connection with the HnUuir.,1 Marine, and founded 
the Botmiical R t yist t >r. This defection must have been 
a serious loss to the IManical Mn,,,izl„r, independently of 
the competition of another rival publication; for it is 
no easy matter to fill the place of a good botanical artist. I 
have no actual evidence that the circulation diminished, 
though there is little doubt that it must have, with the 
numerous competitors in the field alluded to a liitle further 
on. However, it is clear from the qualitv of the drawing 
and the lack of novelty in the subjects illustrated in the 
volumes immediately following, that both editor and 
publisher had to work under great difficulties. Taking the 
first volume of the new series (xliii. of the whole work), 
which contains the matter of two volumes of the latter part 
of the first series, we find it scarcely equal in interest 
to the very earliest volumes. With very few exceptions the 
plants are only of botanical interest, yet they are not 
botanicallv figured, that is to say, no botanical details are 



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Botanical Magazine have all the appearance of very early 
efforts, and the subjects are mostly poor. With few 
exceptions, J. Curtis furnished the drawings for succeeding 
volumes, nearly to the end of the fifty-third, and had it not 
been for the literary and occasional artistic contributions of 
Dean Herbert, Dr. Greville and others, the magazine would 
have been a sorry affair indeed. Towards the end of this 
period various members of the Curtis family, including 
A. C. Curtis, a daughter of Samuel, and the mother of Dr. 
Albert Curtis, of Staines, contributed a few plates, and we 
find the names E. Duncombe, R. K. Greville and others. 
But what is a greater surprise, the names of Sydenham 
Edwards and James Sowerby, both of whom were now 
dead, reappear in the forty-ninth volume ; see 2328 by 
Sowerby, and 2346 by Edwards. There are several plates 
from drawings made by Edwards early in the century ; the 
last I have detected being Daviesia acicularis (2679), 
published in 1826. Plate 26S3 (Hesperis grandiflora) was 
drawn by J. Sowerby, and the letterpress accompanying 
it, including generic and specific characters, consists of 
ten lines! The Botanical Magazine was evidently, then, 
exceedingly near extinction; but powerful aid was at hand, 
and, phcenix-like, it suddenly far outshone the glory of any 
period of its previous existence. Dean Herbert furnished 
drawings and letterpress for an entire part, which equals if 
it does not surpass anything that had been accomplished 
since the proprietor had lost the services of Sydenham 
Edwards. Then, on pi. 2689, we first meet with the 
initials W. J. H.— William Jackson Hooker ! This event 
signalizes the beginning of a new and flourishing era 
in botany and horticulture, the history of which belongs to 
my next period. 

Bare mention has been made of Sir Joseph Banks's intro- 
ductions into our gardens. He and Solander, with Captain 
Cook, landed in Botany Bay, New South Wales, in 1770. 
George Caley, a botanical collector, was subsequently 
supported by Banks during a ten years' residence there. 
Menzies, who was attached to Vancouver's expedition, 
collected in Western Australia and other parts of the world 
some twenty years later. To them succeeded Robert 
Brown, " Botanicorum facile Princeps" who accompanied 
Flinders, leaving England in 1801, and returning in 1805 
with immense collections of dried plants, almo°st wholly 
Australian. Through him, too, English gardens were 
greatly enriched with Australian plants, especially such as 
could be raised from seed; and, as we learn from the 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL 

second edition of Alton's Ilortus Keivensis, Peter Good 
succeeded in introducing many "West Australian plants 
about the same date. 

Nevertheless, what had been accomplished in this direction 
was merely a foretaste of what was to come, and was 
the incentive to further exertions. In 1814, when the 
political horizon looked clearer, Aiton and Banks induced 
the Government to sanction their proposal to send Allan 
Cunningham and James Bowie to the southern hemisphere 
as botanical collectors. After spending nearly two years in 
Brazil, Bowie proceeded to the Cape of Good Hope, and 
Cunningham to New South Wales, where he met with 
Charles Fraser, another labourer in the same field. 

The result of the combined efforts of these and other con- 
temporaneous and previous collectors was, as already pointed 
out, a deluge of bulbous and hard-wooded plants, the latter 
of the orders Ericaceae, Epacrideos, Proteaceae, Leguminosae, 
Myrtaceas, Rutaceae, and various others. The hard-wooded 
element survived the bulbous, and occupied a prominent 
place in most gardens of any pretension down to about the 
year 1860. 

Kindred English Literature from 1801 to 1826. 

I have shown that towards the end of this period the 
Botanical Magazine had ebbed its lowest since its foundation. 
That this was not due to a corresponding fall or stagnation 
in flower gardening will be apparent from what follows. 
The loss of Sydenham Edwards, the artist, coupled with the 
great age of Dr. Sims, the editor, would be sufficient to 
account for its decay ; but it also lacked the support of the 
leading horticultural establishments, and rival publications 
for a time took the lead. 

Francis Bauer, an Austrian, and brother of Ferdinand 
Bauer, the artist of Sibthorp's magnificent Flora Graca, 
as well as of Flinders Voyage to Australia, was appointed 
botanical painter to the King at Kew, towards the end of 
the last century ; and the work of these two artists has rarely 
been equalled, and perhaps never excelled. Francis alone 
was intimately connected with horticulture. His first work 
was Dr/nirntin,,* of Exotic Plants, cultivated in the Royal 
Gardens, Kew. The date on the title-page of this book is 
1796, but on the authority of Pritzel it was issued at 
intervals from 1791 to 1 sou, while Daydon Jackson gives 
the dates as 1793 to 1801. 1 

1 Guide •■ :■ Li firaiure of Botany. 



XXX THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

Tn 1804-5 appeared Sir J. E. Smith's Exotic Botany, 
the coloured figures by James Sowerby. It is on quite the 
same plan as the Boi« „ir,d Ma,/"::ine, and the quality of 
both plates and letterpress is superior to the Magazine of the 
same date ; yet it only reached two volumes of sixty plates 
each. The plants figured form a very interesting selection, 
largely Australian, with an infusion of Scitamineaj, or 
monandrous plants, as they were commonly called. Most of 
the plants were in cultivation at the time, but figures of 
others specially worthy of introduction are given. Thus 
Epaerislongiflora (pi. 39), concerning which Smith observes : 
— " Xo species of Epacris has yet been raised in England ; 
but surely the annexed plate will excite cultivators to 
endeavour to obtain some of the seeds." Two years later 
the same species was figured in the Botanical Manadnc (pi. 
9X2), from a plant irrown bv Lodges. Plate 11 is a repre- 
sentation of the Australian Drosem peltata. which the 
author says there was scarcelv unv hope- of seeing cultivated, 
though he would not despair, for twenty years before there 
was as little hope of seeing a nWishii.n Kpidendrum in the 
gardens of Europe, though at the time of writing manv of 



In 1 


805 the first part of the Vara 


dims Land, 


'urns is 


appeared, and it was continued until I J 


«0K, reachin 


"■ 117 


plates. 


William Hooker, a pupil of Fran 


cis Bauer, * 


'^istlie 


artist, a 


nd R. A. Salisbury Avrote the desc 


riptions. 1 


looker 


was a c 


lever artist, and was subsequently 


7 engaged bv the 


llol'ticLl 


ltural Society, contributing the" 


excellent 


plates 




dorn the earlier volumes of the T, 


mumrtions 


of the 


Society. 


. l He resided at Kew, and there 


is an intei 


•est in- 


memoi'i; 


.1 of him in the collection of drawi 


ngs in the 


Herb- 


arium. 


It is a large coloured drawing 


of a brand 




Peach t 


fee, bearing both Peaches and Ne 




in the 


-arden , 


ifMr. Gilpin, at East Sheen. Tl 


ic "'eiiuinen 


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the dnn 


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of two win 






circumstance is alluded to by Sal: 






volume 


of the Transactions of the florticui 


'Sural Sorirf 




Thes 


econd edition of the 'florin* Km-r 


asis; Consist 


ing of 


five vol 








edited 


by William Aiton, and a lar-c 


j p 0r tion o 




dc-cript 


ive matter was contributed by Dry 


ander and 1 


Robert 


Brown. 








In IS 


1 2, while still connected with the B 


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mine, 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL 

Sydenham ft d wards gave the world his 1 
— a quarto containing sixty coloured pi 
ing two plants ; also issued as the New 
The same plates had previously been 
Macdonald's Complete Dirtlonani of /' 
1807. This was followed in 1 815 by the 
in the foundation of which Edwards hat 
Ker, who had also been a valuable 
Magazine; and for the remainder of tl] 
excelled the older publication. Hdward 
was succeeded bv M. Hart; and as earl\ 
the initials J. L. (John Lindley) occur 

powerful support ,,f Liudley, the°succ< 

editor until 1S4T, when ir craved ain-vt 



manv of Lindlcvs works, was the chief artist. Here ami 
there we find the name of Mrs. Withers, who was also an 
accomplished artist. Altogether 2702 plates appeared in 
the Kfjistc; though unfortunately they were separately 

Lod.ligcs, the renowned nurserymen of Hackney, started 

their Bohntieal Cnbiurt in Lsls, and ir extended to twenty 
volumes and 2<>()0 plates. The figures are usually neat 
and often pretty : but the work has'not the -lightest claim 
to the title "botanical." The letterpress is exceedingly 
meagre, and largely impregnated with pious ejaculation's 
and admonitions. 

In 181!) our Samuel Curtis published a Mouo< h -n >>], of the 



unit. 



From this work we learn that Lee and Kennedy had 
flowered twenty-five varieties of Camellia. Bound up in 
the same volume (from the library of the late Sir William 
Hooker) are two coloured engravings of Dahlias, apparently 
by the same artist, but undated, and perhaps unpublished. 
About twenty varieties are represented, and I mention them 
because they are just what we have recently returned to, 
namely, single, and the so-called (actus varieties. In the 
same volume, too, is a fine original painting of the gorgeous 
Australian Doryanthes excelsa, which flowered in"l8 : JG at 
Woodhall, Lanark, the scat of F. Campbell, Esq. 

Lindley's activity in horticultural literature began in 
182<), with a monograph of the species of Rose (Honarum 



XXX11 THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL 

Monographia), containing nineteen coloured plates. This 
was followed in 1821 by the Collectanea Botanica, com- 
prising forty-one coloured plates of an interesting selection 
of plants, chiefly noteworthy for the number of Orchids it 
contains ; indeed, it merits the title of the herald of the 
Orchid era. Primula sinensis, an introduction of the 
Horticultural Society, is here first made known to the public. 

Robert Sweet, many years manager for Colvill, the 
nurseryman, in the King's Road, Chelsea, was the author of 
several works connected with horticulture, commencing 
with Hortus Suburbans Londinensis, 1818; an excellent 
catalogue, giving native countries, dates of introduction, 
references to figures, &c, of plants cultivated in the neigh- 
bourhood of London. His next work was the Geraniacese 
(1820— 1830)— five volumes, containing 500 plates. Much 
might be said concerning this, but I must limit myself to the 
statement, that it is an enduring record of the early steps in 
raising garden varieties. The Botanical Cultivator passed 
through five editions from 1821 to 1831. In 1823 he 
started the first series of his Brituh Flower Garden. This 
consists of three volumes, containing 300 coloured plates • 
and the second series (1831— 1838), of four volumes ami 
412 plates; and there was a re-issue of the whole in 1838. 
I have only seen a copy of the re-issue, which is very badly 
coloured, except the last volume. Whether the original 
edition was better, I am unable to say. Sweet had now 
two serials running, to which, in 1825, he added a third - 
the Cistinece, Avhich consists of one volume of 112 coloured 
plates. All these works were principally fed from Colvffl's 
extensive nurseries. 

Prof. W. Jackson Hooker's (afterwards Sir William J 
Hooker) first independent book was his Tour in Inland 
1813. Ten years later he founded the serial. Exotlr Flora 
and continued it until he undertook the editorship of the 
Botanical Magazine, when he concentrated all his horti- 
cultural resources in the latter, and he was the artist as well 
as the botanist. Maund's Botanic Garden (1825— 1842) a 
small quarto of nine volumes, and 312 coloured plates, 
deserves special mention for the admirable colouring of the 
reduced figures. Among the numerous excellent works of 
J. C. Loudon, the Gardeners 1 Magazine (1826—1843) is a 
mine of information. 

An important event of this period was the foundation of 
the Horticultural Society of London, in 1805, followed by 
that of Edinburgh, in 1809. An immense impetus was 
thereby given to horticulture and horticultural literature. 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAl MAGAZINE xxxiii 

Collectors were sent to various parts of the world, anions 
them J. Don to West Africa ; J. Forbes, to East Africa'! 
J. Potts and J. Parks, to China and Brazil ; J. MacRae, to 
the Sandwich Islands ; and David Douglas, to North 
America. The garden at Chiswick was established, and 
Douglas's mission to North America was particularly 
successful. 



third n:i;mi> : 



ticularly. Intimately connected with tin- latter was a 
simultaneous advance in systematic and -eo-rraphical 
botany. Promoters and practitioners of the three cognate 
branches of knowledge were numerous ; yet it is not unfair 
to the whole body of them to assert that the extraordinary 
developments of the time in this country were very largely 
due to the exertions of two remarkable men— I mean 
Sir William Hooker and Dr. Lindley. 

Both of these men possessed unusual capacity for work, 
combined with administrative and organizing talents of no 
mean degree. When Sir William undertook the post of 
editor of the Botanical Magazine, Samuel Curtis was still 
the proprietor and nominal " Conductor " of it ; and at that 
date there were in existence no fewer than ten English 
serial publications, illustrating in colours the cultivated 
plants of English gardens. Therefore it was no easy task to 
resuscitate one in such an advanced stage of decay as he 
found the Magazine, and it was only a person of great 
resources that could have accomplished it. 

As already mentioned, Hooker at once discontinued his 
Exotic Flora, and threw his whole energies into the older 
periodical. Although his name appears on the title-page as 
the author of the descriptions only, he was actually the arti-t 
as well, acting in this double capacity for ten years ; and it 
is not too much to say that he was unequalled as a botanical 
draughtsman. He had a .lean, finished style, peculiarly his 
own ; and he succeeded in obtaining the service of colourists 
of abilities rarely met with at the present day. A glance at 
the few plates he contributed to the end of the fifty- third 
volume will be sufficient to convince anybody of the accuracy 



BISTOBY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

of this statement, though the great superiority of his work 
is more evident in subsequent volumes. Previously no 
adequate analysis of the flowers and fruits were given, but 
he introduced full and often very elaborate dissections. 

In his first volume (the fifty-fourth of the whole work), 
he initiated the custom of dedicating the volumes to persons 
eminent in botany or horticulture. This volume is dedicated 
to Robert Barclay, Esq., of Bury Hill, Dorking ; and as the 
words addressed to him by the dedicator throw some further 
light on the history of the Magazine, they may be rep ro- 
il need here : — 

" Upwards of forty years ago the first series of the 
Botanical Magazine was begun, under your auspices, by its 
lamented editor. Ah-. William Curtis. At the expiration of 
so long a period it is with no ordinary sal Isfaction that I am 
enabled to inscribe your name at the head of the present 
series of the work, suggested by your zeal for the encourage- 
ment of Science, and renewed under your enlightened 
patronage." 

In addition to portraits of plants cultivated in this 
country, Hooker, through his widespread connections, was 
able to give figures of important economic and other 
interesting plants, such as the Butter-nut, double Cocoa- 
nut, Cochineal Fig, Clove, and Nutmeg, in the volume in 
question. These were figured from drawings supplied by 
Charles Telfair, of the Mauritius Botanic Garden, and the 
Rev. R. Guilding, of St. Vincent. Among Orchids in this 
volume are Zygopetalum Mackaii (pi. 2748), and Oncidium 
pulchellum 1 (pi. 2773), both described here for the first 
time. In 1833, the first volume of a new edition of the 
Magazine was issued "with amended characters of the 
species, the whole arranged according to the Natural 
orders," by W. J. Hooker. " To which is added the most 
approved method of culture,'' by Samuel Curtis, proprietor. 
r l his volume, the only one that appeared, contains 119 plates, 
representing plants belonging to the orders Ranunculacea? 
to the Sarraceniacea\ 

Of special interest in the fifty-fifth volume arc Cycas 
circinalis, the Baobab, and the Bread-fruit tree, with the 
history of its introduction into the British West Indies, in 
the same volume (pi. 2«51) is the figure of Cattle va 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE XXXV 

intermedia. 1 Among other notable plants introduced about 
this time were Euphorbia splendens (pi. IWyj) : Kenanthera 
eoccinea (pi. l.'WT) : Peristeria data, the Dove Flower or rl 
Snlritn S«„to(})\. 3116) : Cephalotus follieularis, the Austra- 
lian Pitcher-plant (pi 31 18-9) : Bletia Shepherdii (pi. 331 !>), 
named in honour of the brothers Shepherd, who gained so 
great a reputation for the Liverpool Botanic ( iarden : ami, 
making a considerable leap, the lovelv Australian bho- 
danthe Manglesii (pi. 3483). This brings u< down to ls3C. 
the date of a notable event in pictorial botany. 







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assistance in drawing plants, and hearing of this then young 
artist, he sought him out, engaged him, and soon inducted 
him into botanical drawing. The earliest plate bearinc the 
name of Fitch is 3353 (vol. lxi.), Mimulus roseus. But, as 
he himself informed me, all the uninitialled plates of that 
volume and the next were drawn by him. No fewer than 
eleven artists contributed to vol. lxii., including Francis 
Bauer: 3377, Microtis parviflora. and 3378, M. media. 
After that, Fitch was practically the sole artist down to the 
end of the K>3rd volume (1 SIT ). and drew and lithographed 
about 2800 of the plates. 

It is almost superfluous for me to add that this forms onlv 
a small portion of the. work done by this accomplished 
botanical artist, whose name appears in every Knglish 
illustrated botanical and horticultural work of importance 
published during the last half century. 

In 1845 Dr. J. D. (now Sir Joseph) Hooker described (in 
Hooker's London Journal of Botani/, iv., p. 040, pi. 23 and 
24) the singular arboreous Composite. Fitchia nutans, a 
native of Tahiti and other islands of the Pacific Ocean ; and 
in 1869 he dedicated the ninety-fifth volume of the 
Magazine "to the accomplished artist and lithographer of 
It is worthy of red Led the genus 

Cattleya in honour of \\ ( i g i v I was the most 

successful of the earlier ,; Orchids. The 

" initial sp. cir's was C. labial: i Botan ca 

(pi. 33) in 18-21; and \, ng it as being "without 

exception the handsomest species of ihe order he had seen alive." 



XX XVI THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

upwards of 2,500 of the plates already published in the 
Magazine." 

The same year that Fitch commenced drawing for the 
Magazine the honour of knighthood was conferred on the 
editor, the elder Hooker, in recognition of the great services 
he had rendered to botany. 

In other respects the sixty-third volume of the Botanical 
Magazine is a noteworthy one. It contains evidence of the 
rapid extension of Orchid culture and an index to the 
previous nine volumes. Plate 3530 (Ribes speciosum) was 
drawn by William Curtis, a son of Samuel, who is still 
living with his sister in Jersey. The sixty-fourth volume 
is dedicated to James Bateman, Esq., of Knypersley Hall, 
Cheshire, author of the magnificent Orchidacese of Mexico 
a ltd < Inalemahi, and an illustrated Monograph of ( hluntoylos- 
mm t and, after Cattley, one of the earliest private growers 
of Orchids on a large scale. His collection was greatly en- 
riched by George tire- Skinner, who sent his first consign- 
ment of Orchids from Guatemala in 1835. 1 Twenty of the 
figures in this volume are of Orchids, and the imme- 
diately succeeding volumes contain a larger proportion. 
The first Odontoglossum (0. bictoniensc) that reached 
England alive, as I learn from Bateman's Monograph, is 
figured on plate 3812, where it bears the name Zygopetalum 
africanum, given owing to an error as to its origin. This 
was one of Skinner's numerous introductions. 

The sixty-eighth volume of the Magazine is dedicated 
to Mrs. Lawrence, of Ealing Park, the mother of Sir Trevor 
Lawrence, and one of the most ardent horticulturists of her 
day. Meanwhile, in 1841, Sir William Hooker had been 
appointed Director of the Royal Gardens, Kew. 

North American Annual Plants. 
To Thomas Drummond and David Douglas (both of whom 
lost their lives in the pursuit of Flora)" belong, in a very 
large measure, the honour and fame of introducing into 
English gardens the lovely annuals of the Southern and more 
particularly of the South-western re-ions of North America. 
Going back to plate 3441 (1835) we see a beautiful repre- 
sentation of a very dark variety of the charmingly variable 
Phlox Drummondi. Quickly loll-. win- on this^ come Gilia 
tricolor (pi, 3163), Coreopsis diversifolia (pi. 3474), Nemo- 
phila insignis (pi. 3485), Collinsia bicolor (pi. 3488), 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE XXX VI I 

Leptosiphon androsaceus (pi. 3491), Limnanthes Douglasii 
(pi. 3554), and Olarkia pulchella (pi. 3592). 

Agave atnericana var. foliis variegatis (pi. 3054) is well 
worth turning to, as the accompanying letterpress contains 
the history of the flowering of various plants in different 
parts of the United Kingdom, together with an account of 
the economic products of this and other species which are 
peculiar to America, and chiefly to the Mexican region. 

I can hardly pass pi. 3781, a lovely Mexican Bouvardia, 
here named splendens. though it had years previously 
(pi. 1854) been figured from a miserable specimen under its 
proper name of B. triphylla. Bouvardias are evidently 
much better cultivated now than formerly. 

West Australian Plants. 
Previously to 1840 several collectors had visited West 
Australia, ami a considerable number of West Australian 
plants had been figured in the Magazine from time to time ; 
but it was at about this date that the singular and brilliantly 
coloured flowers of this region began literally to pour into 
this country, and chiefly from one source — from James 
Orummond, a brother of Thomas, to whom I have already 
alluded. In 1839, Dr. Lindley published in the form of an 
appendix to the Botanical Registt r, a sketch of the vegeta- 
tion of the Swan River Colony, with coloured figures of 
eighteen characteristic plants. This sketch was based upon 
a collection of about 1000 species of dried plants com- 
municated by James Drain mond, who subsequently con- 
tributed a long series of extremely interesting letters on the 
flora of Western Australia, to Hooker's Journal of Botany, 
London Journal of Botany, ami AV/r Journal of Botany, 
during a period of fourteen years, from 1839 to 1853. There 
is something specially attractive in these unpretending 
letters, and from the time I first read them I have had a 
great longing to visit Australia. Drummond not only made 
very extensive collections of dried plants, but also was the 
means of introducing many ornamental species into English 
gardens. Among peculiar and striking West Australian 
plants figured in the Magazine of this period I may mention 
Anigozanthus Manglesii, Kangaroo Feet of the colonists, 
(pi. 3875) ; Brachycome iberidifolia (pi. 3876) ; Calectasia 
cyanea, perhaps the most highly coloured of the Rush family, 
(pi. 3834) ; Helichrysum niveum (pi. 3857) ; Boronia crenu- 
lata (pi. 39 Uj : Marianthus eojruko-punctatus (pi. 3893) ; 
Pimelea spectabilis (pi. 3950) ; Podotheca gnaphaliuidus 



.\XX\iii THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

(pi. ;3920) ; Stylidium ciliatum (pi. 3883) ; S. recurvum 
(pi. 3913) ; Gastrolobium acutum (pi. 4040), and three or 
four years later the very showy Eucalyptus macrocarpa 
(pi. 4333), a species likely soon to become extinct. 

The seventieth volume terminates the second series of the 
Magazine, which was then (1840) ' transferred from Samuel 
Curtis to Reeve Brothers, and is still held by the same firm ; 
and the title-page of the first volume of the third series 
presents a view of the great Pahn-house at Ivew (though 
it was not then built), which has appeared ever since. 
Another important change was made in the same volume, 
plate 4174 and onward being lithographed instead of 
engraved on copper. Fitch acting as his own lithographer. 
Further there was issued with this and the next three 
volumes a new series of the Companion to the Botanical 
Magazine, consisting of miscellaneous information, com- 
mencing with a report on the " Present Condition and 
Future Prospects of the Royal Botanic (hardens, Kew," 
which is particularly interesting. Previously, in 1835-6, 
two separate volumes, bearing the same title, had been 
published. Volume lxxiv. contain- indexes to volumes lxiv. 
to lxxiv. inclusive, in two sets. A noticeable feature in this 
and succeeding volumes is the inclusion of a much larger 
proportion of hothouse plants than heretofore; and in the 
seventy -fifth volume the descriptive and historical matter is 
supplemented by remarks on the cultivation of the plants, 
signed " J. S." This was John Smith, who entered the 
gardens in 1820, and retired from the euratorship in 1864 in 
consequence of failing sight. These notes were discontinued 
early in the seventy-eighth volume. 

Notable Travellers and Collectors. 
Looking through the volume bS.ri, we meet with quite a 
new set of names of traveller-, nurserymen, private growers 
and gardeners, who contributed to its pages. Thus, Wright, 
who collected in Texas and Xew Mexico'. and afterwards in 
Cuba, and elsewhere; Dr. J. D. (now Sir Joseph) Hooker, 
who went to India in 1847 : Thwaites, who was for many 
years Director of the Botanic Garden at Peradeniya, Ceylon ; 
Ronald Gunn, who collected extensively in Tasmania; 
James Veitch. who was still at Exeter, as well as Lucombe 
and Pince, Fortune and Standish, names intimately cou- 

1 It may be mentioned here that volumes OS, GO, and 70 are very rare, 
inconsequence (as Mi F L Sep, i tin presei head of th< linn, 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE XXXIX 

nected with the introduction and cultivation of Chinese and 
Japanese plants ; William and Thomas Lobb, collectors for 
James Veitch ; Dr. Wallich, of the Calcutta Gardens: 
Rollisson, Jackson and Hugh Low, famous nurserymen, and 
many other persons too numerous to mention ! 

Proceeding with a review of a few of the most noteworthy 
plants figured, we are first arrested by the sacred Lotus, 
Nelumbium speciosum (pi. :}!)16-7), though a very dingy 
representation of it appeared in the Magazine as long pre- 
viously as 1806 (pi. 903), and ir was introduced by Sir, I. 
Banks as early as 1784. Aehimenes lomjinora (pi. :>!)S<>), 
A. multiflora (pi. :}993), and A. -rand'itlora (pi. 4012), 
A. pedunculata (pi. 1077), and A. picta (pi. 412G), and 
Sinningia (Gloxinia) Youngiana (pi. 4951), area few of the 
favourite Gesneracea? of years ago, 1 many of which were 
introduced by Hartweg. 

The " Glory of the Table Mountain," Disa grandiilora, 
appears at 4073, and Disacornuta, a blue and white flowered 
species, at 4091. I had almost overlooked the classical 
Skphanotis iloribunda (pi. 4<>o8). which Mrs. Lawrence, of 
Ealing Park, had the gratification of introducing to the 
stoves of this country, and in whose garden it flowered pro- 
fusely as early as 1843. The strikingly handsome Asiatic 
genus ^Eschy nan thus, is represented by four species, which 
appeared in rapid succession. The first was JE. Lobbianns 
(pi. 4260), followed by M. pulcher (pi. 4624), /E.speciosus 
(pi. 4:520), and A], longinorus (pi. 432S). 

Returning to the beginning of the seventy-third volume. 
in which are the two plates last cited, we behold the Victoria 
Water Lily. 

Victoria Regia. 

Horticultural triumphs have been great and unceasing 
during the present century, but none, probably, caused so 
great a sensation as the first flowering of the great Water 
Lily at Chatsworth, in 1849, under the care of Joseph 
Paxton and George Eyles. Persons who possess the 
Gnnh'iiers Chronicle for that year will find full particulars 
of the circumstance, and of the greater successes of sub- 
sequent years at Chatsworth, Syon House and Kew. I 
cannot give the history of this noble plant here, though it 
seems specially appropriate to add a few words more respect- 
ing it. It appears to have been first observed by Haenke 

1 Aehimenes coccinea, syn. Cyrilla pulchella, is figured in an early 
volume of the Magazine, pi. 374. 



XL THE HISTORY ol THE IJuTAXICAE .MAGAZINE 

;it the beginning of the present century, though this fact was 
not made known till some forty years later ; and it was not 
till 1837 that the botanical world was familiarized with it. 
Sir Robert Schomburgk discovered it in British Guiana 
early in the year named, and transmitted a description and 
drawings of it to the Geographical Society of London, 
suggesting the name Xymphaea Victoria. The drawings 
were placed in Dr. Lindley's hands, and he, detecting 
characters of sufficient importance to give the plant inde- 
pendent generic rank, proposed naming it Victoria regia, a 
proposal graciously accepted by her Majesty. Accordingly, 
in August, 1837, there appeared a coloured plate, of atlas 
folio size, together with full description, dedication, and 
history. This memoir was privately printed, and the entire 
issue consisted of only twentv-five copies, one of which is at 
Kcw, from the library of Sir William Hooker. 

Herbaceous Calceolarias. 

I shall be excused, perhaps, for harking back to plate 
3255 (Calceolaria crenatiflora) in order to say a word or 
two respecting the history of -the singular! v rich and 
variable race of hybrid herbaceous Calceolarias, the be- 
ginning of which dates back between fifty and sixty years. 
The principal parents were C. corymbosa (pi. 2418) and 
C. arachnoidal (pi. 287-).). both natives of South America, 
as are all the numerous species, except two, peculiar to 
New Zealand. Looking at the figures of the parent species 
one could hardly imagine it possible that they could have 
given birth to such a brilliantly variable progeny ; but any 
doubt will be dispelled on reference to the figure of 
C. Youngii (Bobniimf Hty ister, t. 1448), one of the earliest, 
if not the very first, of these hybrids. This appeared in 
1831, and three years Liter C. Ivuvpeisliensis was figured 
m Sweet's British Flotn-r Ganh-n ; of this C. crenatiflora is 
recorded as one of the parents. 

The seventy-fourth volume (1843) comes next, and it 
contains such a large proportion of handsome and curious 
plants, that it is difficult to make a selection for special 
notice. Foremost amongst standard stove plants are 
Allamanda Schottii and A. Aubletii, Hoya imperialis and 
H. bella. Napoleona imperialis, a remarkable anomalous 
tropical African tree, belonging to a tribe of Myrtaceae 
characteristic of and almost peculiar to the flora of South 
America, is represented on plate 4387. 

The next volume contains Dendrobium Devonianum 



followed by the beautiful Chilian Lapa-ena rosea, which 
was first sent to Kew in 1847 by h\ Wheelwright, an 

imported bv A[e>sis. Witch thnumh then- collector, Thomas 
Lobb. This year (184!)), too, the most -ui-oms of all the 
Lcgumiuosa\ Amherstia nobilis, a native of Burma, flowered 
for the first time in this countrv, and found a place in the 
Magazine (pi. 4453). Mrs. Lawrence, of Laling Park, had 
the good fortune to boat the Duke of Devonshire in the 
cultivation of this noble plant. 

Passing over a volume, I note the singularly marked 
Thibaudia macrantha (pi. 4566) from the mountains of 
Moulmein, discovered and introduced by Thomas Lobb for 
Messrs. Veitch. The famous Dragon's-blood tree is the 
subject of plate 4571 ; and the figure is accompanied by a 
history of the remarkable example at Orotava, which has 
since perished. Cantua buxifolia, Ixora javauica, the 
beautiful West Australian Acacia hispidissima, Allamanda 
neriifolia. Cathcartia villosa, and the valuable hardv For- 
sythia viridissima, and Berberis Darwinii are some "of the 
numerous noteworthy plants. The last-named shrub was 
another of the very many and very valuable plants intro- 
duce! bv William Lobb for Messrs.* Veitch. 

The remarkable I'uva chmensis (pi. 4715) calls to mind 
the bold paintings of this and the etpiallv handsome blue 
Puya Whytei in the " Xorth ( mllerv " at* Kew. Bougain- 
villea spectabilis (pi. 4810) deserves notice. 

The Mammoth Tree of California. 
William Lobb, though not the actual discoverer of the 
Sequoia gigantea (Wellingtonia), was probably the first 
person having a technical knowledge of plants who 
encountered it, and it was he who introduced it into 
Kn rope, having sent seeds to Messrs Veitch in L853. In 
1854 a figure, prepared from dried specimens, appeared in 
the Magazine (pi. 4777-8), and now there are trees in this 
country not less than 70 feet high. This tree caused a great 
sensation, and has been so extensively propagated, and so 
much written about, that few trees are more familiar. 



II IM A LA V A X K 1 1 o D O D E X DR< )NS. 

I have already alluded to Sir Joseph Hooker* 



xlii THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

to India, and I would refer to his Himalayan Journals for 
the main results of his explorations ; but, from a horti- 
cultural standpoint, the discovery and introduction into 
English gardens of the numerous and gorgeous Sikkim 
Rhododendrons was certainly one of his greatest achieve- 
ments. Out of forty-three species he collected, thirty were 
considered new to botanists, and most of the others were 
yet unknown to horticulturists. It is true that several 
North Indian species had been previously discovered and 
introduced by Dr. Wallich and others. The first in the 
Magazine is a white variety of 11. arboreum (pi. 3290), 
which flowered in 1831 in a conservatory in the garden of 
Robert Baxter, Esq., of Dee Hills, Chester. This was 
followed by R. campanulatum (pi. 3759), in 1840, flowered 
by Dickson, of Chester ; and in 1848 there appeared a 
figure of the only South Indian species (or variety of 
arboreum), i.e., nilagiricum, if correctly so named, of which 
there is some doubt. In 1853 the magnificent R. Dal- 
housiaj was figured (pi. 4718) from a plant flowered by 
John Laing at Dysart House, Kirkcaldy, the Earl of 
Rosslyn's seat. This is one of the handsomest of the Indian 
Rhododendrons, and its flowers, like those of R. Maddeni, 
arc highly fragrant. By inarching a shoot of a young 
seedling of R. Dalhousia; on a vigorous plant of R. ponticum, 
Mr. Laing succeeded in obtaining flowers of the former in 
so short a period as three years from the time the seed was 
sown. R. Maddeni was figured from a plant cultivated at 
Kew in 1854. In 1856 II. blandfordiamorum, U. Camel- 
liaoflorum, K. Kdgcworthii. \l. campanulatum var. Wallichii, 
R. Falconeri, and R. Hookeri were figured in the Magazine, 
besides two or three Malayan species. Every succeeding 
year, for some time after this, added to the number of Hima- 
layan Rhododendrons flowering in Great Britain. The most 
noteworthy one that appeared in the Magazine in 1857 was 
the very beautiful and distinct R. Thomson! (pi. 4997) ; 
one of the hardiest of the Indian species. The next volume 
contains portraits of R. argenteum and R. Aucklaudii ; 
and in 1859 there appeared, among others, the gorgeous 
U. Xuttallii (pi. 5140), whose delicate white and pink 
flowers are 6 inches across, and unequalled in size by those 
of any other species. Several handsome Malayan species 
have since been illustrated in the Magazine ; and I may 
conclude this paragraph with the interesting fact in the 
distribution of plants that a true Rhododendron has 
recently been detected in the mountains of Queensland, 
Australia. 





Begoni 


AS. 






Begonia Evansiana, 


a native of Eastern 


Asia, 


was figured 


in the Magazine as loi 


ig ago as 




. 1 17 


;>), and the 


still highly valued B. 


inearnata 


(\). insign 


is). 1. 


•om Mexico, 


in 1829 (pi. 2900); 




sioides is 


the 


subject of 


pi. 4281, andB. cinnal 


mrina oi' 


pi. 4483 ; 


but I 


he Begonia 


era did not actually be: 


■■in until 


some veaiv 


- Latei 


r. In 1852 


the handsome-leaved ' 


15. xanth 


ina, from 


holm 


, was pub- 


lished (pi. 468:3). and i 


n 1: S.V.i 15* 


3gonia Rex (pi. 


5101), from 


the same country ; the 


next plat 




iting 


B. xanthine 


var. pictifolia. These 


were tl, 


e parents 


of a 


. numerous 


family of varieties havii 


l ; large 


ruammtal 


foliac 


re. Passing 


many other species, \i. 


bi.iliviens : 


L s (pi. 505 


7) w;i 


b, I believe, 


the first of the show 


y tuberoi 


is -rooted : 


3peci( 


18 from the 


Andes. This was i 


middy 1 


bllowed 1 


»y I 


>. Veitchii 


(pi. 5663), B. Clarkei (pi. 5675) 


. and man 


V ntll 


ers. What 


they have yielded in tl 


lie hands 


of florists 




,t a matter 


of history, but still in. 
lished the genus, from 


Humier'- 


- drawn?-; 


who 

, did 


only estab- 
notknowa 


single species, and W 


illdenow 


deseribed~ 


only 


twenty-dive 


in 1805. In L864 De 


Candnlle 


described 


upwa 


rds of 350, 



Ouvirandra fenestrate, the Water Yam or L; 
(pi. 4894), is a most curious plant, and may well 
garded as one of the wonders of the vegetable kin 
" ' epid traveller and accomplished ^ 



i Petit-Thouars, discovered it, and pu 
" it at the beginning of the present century, an 
was figured from dried specim 



ssert's Icones 
not till 1855 that living 
plants of it were brought to this country by the late Rev. 
W. Ellis, whose admirable writings on Madagascar, its 
people, and products, constitute the basis of nearly ^all 
subsequent literature on the 
two plants to the Royal Gard 
towards the end of' the vea 



eared 



Ottvi 



(0. Berneriana), from the sa 



xllV THE HISTOKY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

sented on plate 5076. Apart from the skeleton-like leaves, 
Ouvirandra does not differ materially from the more familiar 
Aponogeton, with which Bentham and Hooker have united 
it. Several other species have been published since, though 
none possessing the interest of the one under consideration. 
Among other remarkable plant- introduced 1))' Mr. Ellis [ 
may mention the Angraecum sesquipeclale. 

Welwitschia mirabilis. 

A few weeks after my arrival at Kew, in 1860, the 
botanical world was excited to the highest pitch, consequent 
on a letter, received by Sir William Hooker from Dr. 
Welwitsch, describing this extremely singular cone-bearing 
plant, then recently discovered by the latter near Cape 
Negro in Western Tropical Africa, and in the following 
year, some 500 miles further south, by Mr. Thomas Baines. 
In 181)3 this strange plant was illustrated in the Magazine 
(plates 5368 and 5369) from material communicated by 
J. Monteiro and C. J. N. Anderson. Subsequently copious 
specimens were received at Kew from various sources, and 
several fruitless attempts to introduce living plants were 
made ; or if the plants arrived with any vitality in them 
they failed to grow. In 1882 several seedlings were raised 
at Kew, and they served to reveal some important points in 
the life-history of the plant. Their growth is exceedingly 
slow, and their cultivation very difficult. Welwitschia is 
very fully described and elaborately illustrated in the 
twenty-fourth volume of the Transactions of the Linnean 
Society. 

Sir William Hooker dedicated the ninetieth volume of 
the Magazine, the last he lived to complete, to Dr. Welwitsch, 
who survived him seven years. 

Miscellanea. 
I will now briefly indicate a lew ether noteworthy plants, 
chiefly of the last decade of the third period. Coleus 
Blumei (pi. 4754) is a native of Java, or is cultivated 
there, and Mr. Low. of Clapton, imported it from Belgium 
into this country, where it soon was followed by other 
varieties, such as Verschaffeltii, Gibsoni, and Veitchii : all 
somewhat sombre in coloration, and by no means suggesting 
the infinite and dazzling variety of a later date. Kniphofia 
Uvaria (pi. 4816), which is one of the hardiest of the 
South African Liliacea 1 . would hardly be recognized as the 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE xlv 

same as Tritoma Pvaria (pi. 75X), but so it is : and although 
cultivated in English gardens as long ago as 1707, accord- 
in-- to ( lawler. it seems to have attracted no special attention 
until about thirty years ago. Cymbideum giganteum (pi. 
484+) is an Asiatic type of Orchid in which green is 
associated with brighter colours in the large flowers. 
Coelogyne pandurata"(pl. 5804) is an equally grand plant. 
Trichopilia eoccinea (pi. 4857) is an elegant, deep rosy 
Central American Orchid of wholly different character. 
Chamredorea elegans (pi. 4845) is one of the numerous 
graceful miniature Palms so numerous in Mexico and 
Central America. Genetyllis tulipifera (pi. 4858), now 
referred to the genus Darwinia, is one of Drummond's 
most beautiful introductions from West Australia, though 
not often seen now that hard-wooded plants are less in 
vogue. Clianthus Dampieri (pi. 5051), another brilliantly 
coloured Australian, interesting, too, as one of the few 
plants discovered by, and figured in, the narrative of the 
great explorer whose name it bears. Plate 5080 represents 
one of the earliest cultivated of the highly-coloured Pitcher- 
plants. It is there named Nepenthes villosa, but it proved 
different from that, and was subsequently named N. Veitchii. 



The Hand Plant: Cheirostemon. 

The Hand-flower tree, Cheirostemon (or correctly Cheir- 
anthodendron) platanoides (pi. 51 35). a native of Mexico and 
Guatemala, where it is, or was, held in great veneration by 
the aboriginal inhabitants, is one of the most remarkable of 
the Mai vales ; especially so in the structure of the andrce- 
cium or staminal column, which bears a striking resem- 
blance to a hand or paw of five claws. 

It is now close upon 300 years since Francisco Her- 
nandez, a Spaniard, made known to Europeans the 
wondrous floral productions of Mexico; including this, 
some <»f the more famous Orchids, Tigridia, and a host of 
others. 1 As may be imagined, the writings of this author 
excited much curiositv. but it was long before this curiosity 
was satisfied. However, quite early in the last century the 
Cheirostemon was cultivated at Paris and Montpelier; and 
Lambert appears to have soon introduced it into this country, 
though it is not included in the second edition of Aiton's 



1 Described and figured in a Spanish wo 
de la Naturaleza y Virtudes do las Pla 
recevidos en el uso do Aledeciua en la 
Mt jic > pur Xiiueni .. id ano 1615." 



Xlvi THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

Hortus Keirevsis. In ISO!* it bad long been cultivated at 
Kew, but it had never shown any disposition to flower. 
Charles Dorrien, of Ashdean, was more fortunate ; and it was 
he who supplied the fine flowers from which the drawing 
for the Magazine was made. On the Continent flowers first 
appeared in 18-50; but the tree very rarely flowers under 
cultivation, and fche Magazine figure is the only good 
coloured one. 

Grammatophyllum speciosum (pi. 5157) is a striking and 
gigantic Malayan Orchid, with stems 10 ft. high and flower- 
scapes (1 ft. high, bearing numerous yellow flowers spotted 
with brown, and 6 in. across. The beautiful and often 
richly-coloured Caladiums were heralded by C. bicolor var. 
iNeumannii (pi. 5199), and C. bicolor var. Chantinii 
(pi. 5255). Malortiea gracilis (pi. 6291) is another of the 
numerous elegant dwarf Palms of Central America. At 
this date (I 802), however, Palms had not yet become 
popular in England. Plate 5319 represents Anthurium 
Scherzerianum as it first flowered at Kew, in 18(12, with 
spathes only an inch long, and furnishes a noteworthy 
instance of what has been subsequently effected by high 
culture. Grasses present great variety, yet I remember 
none so anomalous in aspect as the Brazilian Anmnochln.-i 
marantoidea (pi. 5ool). which more nearly resembles plants 
of the order, indicated by the specific name. Lilium auratum 
(pi. 5338) created probably a greater sensation in the 
gardening world than any other of the numerous intro- 
ductions of the late John Gould Veitch, and in a great 
measure reinstated the genus in public favour, and led to 
the great results that have followed. Berberidopsis coral- 
lina (pi. 5343), a very beautiful Chilian shrub, has not, so 
far as I am aware, from some cause, fulfilled expectations 
to which it gave rise. Calanthc Veitchii X (pi. 5375), a 
hybrid between Calanthe vestita (pi. 1071) and Limatodes 
rosea (pi. 5312), claims our attention, not for its beauty 
alone, but also as being the first of Dominy's hybrid Orchids, 
of which a coloured plate has been published. His first 
hybrid, Calanthe Dominii, was described by Lindley in 
1858. Lewisia rediviva (pi. 5395), a showy member of the 
Portulaccaceas, and a native of North- West America, bears 
a very appropriate specific name. I well remember the 
history of the plant figured. It was collected by Dr. Lyell, 
who was attached to the Boundary Commission in British 
Columbia, and after having been immersed in boiling water, 
its av ell-known tenacity of life, it was dried 
rbarium specimen. More than a year and a half 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTAXK'AI. MAGAZINE xlvii 

later, when Dr. Lyell brought his collections to Kew, the 
plant still showed symptoms of vitality, and was therefore 
transferred to the garden, where it speedily produced 

Bowenia speetabilis (pi. 5:lv«N), a native of Eastern Aus- 
tralia, is a remarkable member of a curious family, which 
finds a counterpart in the equally singular South" African 
Sfangoria paradoxa (pi. 5 1 - J 1). Adcniuin obesum (pi. 5418), 
Vitis Bainesii (pi. 5172), and Vitis macropus (pi. 5-179), are 
characteristic examples of the vegetation of the dry regions of 
Tropical Africa. Helichrysum Mannii (pi. 543 I j is a hand- 
some plant, which serves to record the excellent services to 
botany in Western Tropical Africa by Gustav Mann, who, 
with Sir John Kirk, is one of the few botanical explorers of 
Tropical Africa who have long survived their labours. 
Among the numerous " everlasting " flowers of Australia. 
Waitzia corymbosa (pi. 5443) is one of the prettiest and 
most variable, and may have a future in our gardens. It 
was raised by Mr. W. Thompson, of Ipswich, to whom we 
are indebted for an immense number of hardy plants, and 
such as can be cultivated in the open ground in summer. 
Of the splendid llenanthera Lowii (pi. 5475) it is said that 
no more remarkable plant is to be found in the vast and 
varied tribe to which it belongs. The great peculiarity of 
it is that it constantly produces two distinct kinds of 
flower, the lowest pair on the spike being quite differently 
coloured from all the rest. I shall bring this review 
to an end with Veronica Ilulkeana (pi. 5481), a native 
of New Zealand, where the genus has reached a greater 
development than in any other part of its very wide area of 
distribution. 

Notable Events in Gardening. 
From 1S27 to 18G4 is a long and eventful period in flower 
gardening, and many interesting and important occurrences 
and changes cannot even claim a mention in this sketch : 
vet there are some tilings so inseparably connected with the 
subject that ought not to be passed over altogether. The 
late Mr. George Bentham was so exclusively a botanist 
during the twenty-five years that I knew him that I had 
almost forgotten his connection with the Horticultural Society. 
Bentham became Secretary to the Society in 1829, " at a 
period when by increasing wasteful expenditure it was 
reduced to a very low ebb"; and beheld this post until 
1840, when the Society had regained its former prosperous 



xlviii THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

condition. During this decade, Hartweg, Douglas and other 
collectors, had introduced an enormous number of plants 
under the Society's auspices, and Bentham was especially 
active in describing the novelties, both in the Society's 
publications and in an independent work entitled Plantse 
llavtn-eglanse. In 1832 the renowned Chiswick fetes were 
instituted, at the first of which 1700 people were present. 
Flower-shows on so magnificent a scale had never been 
held, and they were rich beyond anything we see now in 
hard-wooded plants ; while florists' varieties of Pelargonium, 
Fuchsia, Rosa, Dahlia, and of many other genera, were 
multiplied and improved from season to season. 

In 1851 Paxton's wonderful conception of glass and iron 
rose in Hyde Park, and still exists, though unfortunately in 
dire straits, in a modified form at Sydenham, as a monument 
to the genius and skill of one of whom the craft are all 
justly proud. 

In August, 1865, Sir William Hooker was attacked by a 
disease in the throat, following on a cold caught at Clapham 
Junction, to which he soon succumbed. He was in his 
eighty-first year, and previous to this attack he was 
apparently hale and vigorous, and looked like a man destined 
to live another ten years at least. 

It is impossible to give, in a few words, an idea of the 
immense amount of work he accomplished himself, to say 
nothing of what he stimulated others to do. The rapid ex- 
tension of the various departments at Kew ; the botanical 
exploration of distant countries ; the production of descrip- 
tive works of colonial floras ; and the dissemination of 
knowledge bearing on systematic, geographical and economic 
botany generally, bear witness to his wonderful energy and 
activity. 

While Sir William lay dead, his son, now Sir Joseph, was 
stricken down with rheumatic fever for the secmd or third 
time ; but happily he recovered, and sueceeded his father as 
Director of the Royal Gardens, Kew, and as Editor of the 
Magazine. He retired from the post of Director in 18S5, 
and as Editor at the end of l'.HH. 

Kindred English Literature of the Third PJsbiod 
1827—1864. 

Many of the serial works enumerated in the literature of 
the period from 1801 — 1826, as there explained, were con- 
tinued far into the present, or third period of the existence 
of the Magazine; and the most formidable rival of the latter 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE XllX 

was undoubtedly the Botanical Register, which appeared 
regularly up to the end of 1847, and contained figures of a 
large number of Lindley's favourite family, the Orcliidacere. 
Robert Sweet added, in 1827, another to the already 
considerable list of his serial publications under the title of 
Flora Australasica ; or a Selection of Handsome or Curious 
Plants, Nati res of Xew Holland anil the South Sea Islands. 
E. D. Smith, F.L.S., was the artist. The octavo plates are 
fairly good, and there is an attempt at dissections, but most 
of the plants represented had been previously figured. 
There are fifty-six plates dated 1827 and 1828. In 1828, 
Roscoe's handsome folio of 112 plates of Monandrian Vlanls 
of the Order Scitaiuinra was published. Most of the plates 
were drawn from subjects cultivated in the Liverpool 
Botanic Garden, where, at that period, there must have 
been a fine collection of these highly ornamental plants. 
George Johnson's History of Gardening appeared in 1829, 
and, though imperfect in some details, is a most useful and 
interesting book, which no gardener should lose an oppor- 
tunity of adding to his library. A very fine and rare illus- 
trated folio work of this period is .1 S> I 

Plants belonging to the Natural Orders Ama r,,Uidnre,v a„d 
Liliacea: The ' drawings, fifty-one in number; were by Mrs. 
Edward Bury, and they were engraved and published by R. 
Havell, London. The drawing and colouring of these plates 
is alike admirable, and Prirzel describes the work as "opus 
splendidissimum," &c. ; but he is wrong in his statement 
that the plates were drawn from plants grown in the Edin- 
burgh garden. Mrs. Bury acknowledges her obligations 
to the Shepherds of Liverpool, also to W. Roscoe and 
W. Harrison of the same place ; and it is clear that the 
Liverpool gardens were the principal source on which 
the artist "depended. The work was issued in fascicles 
from 1831—1834, price ten guineas each. In 1831 the 
Horticultural Register and General Magazine was launched, 
under the joint editorship of Joseph Paxton and Joseph 
Harrison. There were no coloured plates in the first 
volume (1831—1832), and very few in the second (1833), 
which was edited by Paxton alone. The same year 
Harrison started his Floricultural Cabinet and Florists' 
Magazine, and he boasts in the preface of a "circulation of 
nearly 50,000 copies, during the nine months of our literary 
existence." Harrison was gardener to Lord Wharncliffe, at 
Wortley Hall, and his venture seems to have been a decided 
success," and was continued down to 1851), and subsequently 
under the title of the Gardeners' Weekly Magazine and 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAUAZ1XE 



Floy (cultural Cabinet. It contains much that is of interest 
to the florist. James Main, A.L.S., succeeded Paxton in 
the editorship of the Floricultural Register after the third 
volume ; whether this work ceased Avith the sixth volume, 
the latest in the Kew library, I am unable to say. In 1836, 
Robert Marnock, curator of the Botanical and Horticultural 
Gardens, Sheffield, and subsequently more famous as a land- 
scape gardener, appeared before the public in the capacity 
of editor of The Floricultural Cabinet and Miscellany of 
Hardening, of which there are four volumes at Kew, ending 
in 1840, when the editor had removed to Hackney. This, in 
conjunction with Harrison's, contains figures, and a great 
deal concerning the history, of florists' flowers. Paxton, 
having freed himself from the llortleultural Register, com- 
menced the publication of his Magazine of botany and 
Register of Flouering Plants in 1834,' and continued it till 
1819. It consists of sixteen volumes octavo, and contains 
768 coloured plates, with occasional woodcuts, and a valuable 
series of articles on practical operations in gardening by the 
loading gardeners of the day. From a horticultural, stand- 
point the plates are mostly good, though the colouring is 
sometimes poor. F. W. Smith was the principal artist for 
the first three or four volumes, and then S. Holden succeeded, 
and continued to the end, evidently improving with experi- 
ence. The same Frederick W. Smith was artist, and 
apparently editor, of the Florists' Magazine: a Register of 
the, Newest and most Beautiful Varieties of Florists' Flower's. 
This is a folio of one volume, containing seventy-two coloured 
plates, and was published in 1836. I had forgotten to 
mention Loudon's colossal Encyclopcedia of Plants, with 
woodcut figures of nearly 10,000 species, which appeared 
in 1829. Dr. Lindley contributed the botanical descriptions, 
and J. D. C. Sowerby the drawings, which were engraved 
by R. Branston. There were several supplements, a second 
edition in 1841, and a third in 1866, " barely differing from 
the second." In 1837 was published Dean Herbert's 
Amaryllidacea; an octavo with forty-eight plates, of which 
there was a coloured and an uncoloured edition. This book 
is dedicated to Leopold, King of the Belgians, and contains 
an interesting dissertation on hybrid plants. Knowles and 
Westcott's Floral Cabinet and Magazine <f fcW/V liofuuu, 
consisting of three quarto volumes,' containing 137 coloured 
plates, was published from 1837 to 1840." The avowed 
object of this work was " to furnish the public with more 
artistic and more finished representations of plants than 
were to be found in the numerous periodicals of the day.' 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE li 

The drawings, which are mostly very good, and certainly 
superior to many published at that period, were executed In- 
different artists, including Mrs. Withers, F. Cameron, 
R. Mills, W. and A. Green, Miss Clowes, and others ; but 
many of the plates bear no artist's name. If the drawing is 
good the colouring is unequal, and often weak. Another 
pictorial serial, the B-irminijham Botanic Garden or Midland 
Floral Magazine, containing <• accurate delineations, with 
botanical and popular descriptions of plants " ( 1830 — 1837), 
is attributed to the same editors ; but I have not seen it. 
and have failed to find any further particulars of it. In 
1837 were commenced two costly illustrated folio Orchid 
serials, namely, Lindley's Sertum Oreliidaremn and Bate- 
man's Orchidarrce of Mr.viro and Guatemala. The latter is 
an elephant folio, containing forty coloured plates by Miss 
Drake, and some facetious and clever tail-pieces by G. Cruik- 
shank, and was completed in 1843. Miss Drake was also 
the artist of the Srrtum, which contains forty-nine coloured 
plates and a frontispiece. Considerations of space hinder 
me from giving further particulars of these magnificent 
Avorks. The Botanist, conducted by B. Maund, assisted by 
the Rev. J. S. Henslow, is of this period. There are five un- 
dated volumes, small quarto, containing lV>U mostly excellent 
plates, though almost wholly of plants previously figured in 
other publications. Almost all the editors of the numerous 
rival serials of those times gave reasons for their appearance 
before the public, and some of these reasons are more 
amusing than convincing. The Botanist is not specially 
botanical, for the plants delineated are all of an ornamental 
character ; but the justification for it was that" it seemed to 
the editor that there was no work which precisely combined 
accurate scientific instruction with an occasional appeal to 
the imagination, and to the moral and religious feelings." 
However, it is well worth a place in any library. 

On Saturday, January 2nd, 1841, the first number of the 
Gardeners' Chronicle was issued: the horticultural part by 
Dr. Lindley. It combined the functions of a general news- 
paper and matters relating to horticulture, and in 1844 
an agricultural section was added. Illustrations were few 
and far between. Since then gardening has edged out the 
other department-, and illustration- have become abundant. 
There is a most interesting paper in the first volume on 
orchidaceous epiphytes by Mr. J. Bateman, beginning on 
p. 195. Historically this is of the greatest value. Loudon's 
Gardeners Magazine 'ceased m 1843, simultaneously with his 

death. In 184.") the Gnitad Gardeners and Land Sten-ards' 



Hi THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

Journal was started under the editorship of R. Marnock. In 
form it is very similar to the Gardeners 7 Chronicle of the same 
date, and what looks very much as though it was intended 
as an inducement to purchasers, is the statement on the 
heading of each number that the profits were to be devoted 
to the relief of aged and indigent gardeners and farm 
bailiffs, their widows, and orphans. This promise seems to 
have been withdrawn in 1850, and the latest volume I have 
seen is dated 1851. 

In January, 1850, appeared the first number of the 
Gardeners Magazine of Botany, Horticulture, and Floricul- 
ture, conducted by Thomas Moore and William P. Ayres, 
and intended by its promoters to take the place of Paxton's 
Magazine of Botany. The illustrations are good, and the 
letterpress equally so ; yet it only reached three volumes, 
and was to have been replaced by a cheaper publication 
called the Companion to the Flou-er Garden, but I doubt 
whether this plan was realized. 1 Paxton's Flower Garden, 
by Paxton and Lindley, was also launched in 1850, and 
doubtless proved a formidable rival to Moore's Magazine of 
Botany. This also is a quarto, and only reached three 
volumes, containing 108 excellent coloured plates by L. 
Constans, and ol4 effective woodcuts. 2 The Cottage 
Gardener was founded by George Johnson, the author of 
the History of Gardening, in 1848, and is still continued 
under the title of the 'journal <f Horticulture; and the 
Gardeners Magazine, edited by Shirley Hibberd, followed 
in 1853. During the troublous period embracing the 
Russian War and the Indian Mutiny, literary enterprise 
was smothered ; but the late Mr. Noel Humphreys com- 
menced a Gallery <f Exotic Flowers in 1855, of which, how- 
ever, only one part of four plates appeared. In 1861 the 
Floral Magazine was started, with Thomas Moore as editor, 
and W. H. Fitch as artist, and, with various changes of 
editor and artist, it was continued down to 1881, and con- 
tains upwards of 1,000 fine quarto plates of garden plants. 
Orchids becoming more and more a specialty, Warner 
commenced the publication of his Select Orchidaceous Plants 
in 1862,Bateman his Monograph of the Genus Odontoglossum 
in 1864, and these have been succeeded by various expen- 
sive publications of the same class, both at home and abroad. 

1 Since the above was written, Mr. W. E. Gumbleton has kindly 
informed me, th <>i;Ji Ou (•mi.m ( 'hi -mcle, that one volume, and 
one only, was ]> iblUl ed, :m I that in 1852. 

2 A second edition of this, published in 1880, should not be confused 
with the original issue. 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE liii 

There now remain for notice the works bearing on horti- 
culture of the late Sir William Hooker, but I can do little 
more than name them. Firstly, there are the various 
Journals, which, although they have botanical titles, contain 
an immense amount of information interesting to the horti- 
culturist. Consequent on the similarity of the titles of the 
different series they are often confounded by writers who 
are unaware of the existence of several different ones bearing 
similar titles, and I therefore give them more in detail than 
would otherwise be necessary. They begin with the 
Hot antral Miscellany, containing figures and descriptions of 
such plants as recommend themselves by their novelty, 
rarity, or history, &c. ; three volumes, 1830 — 1833, with 
112 plain and forty- one coloured plates. Next comes the 
Journal of Botany, being a second series of the Botauieal 
Miscellany; four volumes, 1834 — 1842, with a varying 
number of plates, partly plain and partly coloured, in the 
different volumes. This was followed by the London Journal 
of Botany, consisting of seven volumes, dating from 1844 — 
1848, with about twenty-four plates in each volume. The 
Companion to the Hotanical Maga::ine. Two volumes, 1835 — 
1836, has already been mentioned. The last of the series is 
the Journal of Botany and Ken- Harden Mlscllany, nine 
volumes, 1849—1857. Among Hooker's other works 
specially interesting to Horticulturists are several illus- 
trating Ferns, such as Filices Exotica .... cultivated at 
Kew, 1859, a hundred coloured plates; A Century of Ferns, 
1854, a hundred coloured plates; a second Centuri/ of Ferns, 
parts 1 and 2, 1860, fifty plates : llritish Ferns, 1861, sixty- 
six coloured plates: Harden Ferns, 1862, sixty-four coloured 
plates. In 1846 he published A Century <f Orchidaceous 
Plants, selected from Curtis's liota,,ir,il Magazine ; and 
Bateman commenced a second ( 'mtum from the same source 
in 1864. W. H. Fitch was the artist of nearly all the plates 
in these publications. 

I have already alluded to Sir Joseph Hooker's labours in 
connection with horticulture when speaking of the introduc- 
tion of the Himalayan Rhododendrons. During the latter half 
of this long period — that is to say, from 1844 onwards — he 
made some very important contributions to botanical litera- 
ture, and at the same time, one might say, to a knowledge 
of plants desirable for cultivation either on account of their 
beauty or their utility. He was naturalist to Sir James 
Ross's Antarctic Expedition, and the result was six quarto 
volumes on the Flora of the Southern Hemisphere, with 
numerous coloured illustrations by W. H. Fitch. First 



llV THE HISTORY OF THE BitTAXU'AL MAGAZINE 

came the Flora Antarctica, two volumes, 1844—1847, with 
1!)S plates; then the Flora of Xcir Zealand, two volumes, 
1852—1855, with 130 plates: followed by the Flora of 
Tasmania, two volumes, 1855—1860, with 200 plates. Sir 
Joseph Hooker's subsequent travels in India, where he 
formed, in conjunction with Dr. T. Thomson, perhaps the 
largest herbarium ever made on any single expedition, were 
equally productive. Besides the magnificently illustrated 
work on Jlimalauau Rhododendrons, which was published 
from 1849—1851; he was the author, and Fitch the artist, 
of the equally splendid Illustrations of Himalayan Plants, 
selected from the drawings of the deceased J. F. Cathcart. 
This appeared in 1855, and contains twenty-four large folio 
plates. It would be beyond the scope of this sketch to 
give particulars of Sir Joseph Hooker's numerous other 
works. 

It was not my intention to say anything about foreign 
illustrated botanical serials; but there is one point in connec- 
tion with some of them that deserves recording here. In 
1845 the Flore des Serres rt des dunlins do I 'Fur ope was 
founded at Ghent, and the early volumes consist very 
largely of copies of the plates published in the Botanical 
Magazine, Rota meal tiegister, Hooker's Himalayan Rhodo- 
dendrons, and other English works. In 1851 Lemaire, one 
of the original editors of the Flore des Serres, started the 
Jar din Fleuriste, the plates of which, to an even greater 
extent, are reproductions from the Botanical Magazine. A 
still more flagrant instance of piracy is that of Keichenbach's 
Flora Exotica, a publication of five volumes, containing Mf.O 
plates, probably half of them copied from the Magazine 
without any sort of acknowledgment. 

Here I must conclude the third period, with the conscious- 
ness that 1 have left many things unnoticed that merited 
attention equally with many of those I have mentioned. 



FOURTH PERIOD: 1865— 1887. 

Sir Joseph Hooker. 

This period being essentially contemporaneous with the 
existing generation of horticulturists, I intend confining 
myself almost entirely to the history of the Botanical 
Magazine. There are several reasons for this course, the 
most weighty of which is the fact that this sketch lias 
already exceeded the limits anticipated. 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE IV 

Aucuba japonica in fruit (pi. 5512) is the first subject 
that specially attracts our attention in the ninety-first 
volume. The female plant is figured on pi. 1197 (1809), 
and had already then been in Europe about twenty-five 
years; but, as the male plant was wanting until Fortune 
introduced it a little before 1X65, the berries with which 
we are familiar were unknown to our forefathers. Hepatica 
angulosa (pi. 5518) was a pretty addition to spring-flower- 
ing plants. Fourcroya longa-va. represented on the next 
plate, is one of the most remarkable in the rich and varied 
flora of Mexico. It was figured from a plant 15 ft, high, 
that flowered under Mr. YV. 'lJobiiison's care in the Botanic 
Garden, Regent's Park ; but Karwinski, the original dis- 
coverer of this species, lias put it on record that it forms 
a stem 50 ft. high, and the fully-developed inflorescence 
another 40 ft., and that its habitat is at an altitude of 
10,000 ft. in the State of Oaxaca. All these figures I am 
inclined to regard as exaggerated. Dianella tasmanica 
(pi. 5551) is very handsome when laden with its indigo- 
blue berries; and Sparaxis pulcherrima (pi. 5555) is cer- 
tainly one of the most beautiful and graceful of Cape 
bulbous plants. Tacsonia Van Volxemi (pi. 5571), which 
is a synonym of T. antioquensis, created a sensation on its 
first appearance. Microcachrys tetragona (pi. 5576), a 
native of the higher mountains of Tasmania, is remarkable 
among Cypresses for the scales of the female cones being 
bright red and flesh v. Singular among many singular 
South African plants is Ceropegia sororia (pi. 5578). with 
hinged petals which arc moved by the faintest breeze. 
Fivmoutia caliibrnica (pi. 5591), Sanchezianobilis(pl. 5594), 
and Glyptostrobus pendulus (pi. 5603), are other notable 
plants in the ninety-second volume. The next opens with 
the truly "or-eous' Cattleva Dowiana, named after Captain 
Dow, of the American backet Service, who was always 
ready to assist botanical traveller- in Central America. 
Grias cauliflora (pi. 56J2) is one of the characteristic 
Tropical American Lec\ thidacea\ bearing sessile flowers on 
the stem, which is unbranched and crowned with a tuft of 
ample leaves. 

Clavija fulgens (pi. 5626) is another Tropical American 
tree with the same habit of growth, but having small 
orange-red flowers in dense racemes proceeding from the 
axils" of the leaves. Cordvline australis (pi. 5636) is a 
characteristic \ustralasiau cvpe : and the next plate repre- 
sents the >iin:ular Tium.a a : thiopiea. which commemorates 
tin miivvtmniu Uri. an traveller, Miss Thine. Delechampia 



Eoezliana (pi. 5640), from Mexico; Agave schidigera 
(pi. 5641), from the same country : Begonia bolivicnsis 
(pi. 5657) : the fruit of Cestrum ele^ans (pi. 5659), Begonia 
Veitchii (pi. 566:?); Ltelia majalis(pl. 5667), another of the 
many beautiful Mexican plants: and the singular iri^ui tic- 
West African Aristolochia Goldieana (pi. 5672), are a few 
other prominent plants in the ninety-third volume, which 
is dedicated to Professor D. Oliver, who, as all those who are 
associated with him know, possesses a marvellous knowledge 
of the plants of the whole world. The 106th volume is 
dedicated to another of my Kew colleagues, Mr. J. G. 
Baker, who has done so much to smooth the way for 
amateur botanists and horticulturists, especially in his 
labours on the petaloid Monocots, for which class of plants 
he has during many years furnished the letterpress for the 
Magazine, and, in conjunction with Mr. F. W. Burlndue as 
artist, he has produced an illustrated monograph of the 
genus Narcissus. 

Succeeding volumes are equally rich in figures of plants 
of gorgeous beauty or fantastic form, of which, however, 1 
can only pause to indicate here and there one. Cochliostema 
Jacobianum (pi. 5705) is a very striking member of the 
Commelinacese ; Pleroma macranthum (pi. 5721) has 
purple-blue flowers nearly 6 in. across; Spiraea palmata 
(pi. 5726) is one of the handsomest Japanese herbaceous 
plants; Puya Whytei (pi. 5732) is one of the most con- 
spicuous objects in the scenery of Central Chili ; Blandfordia 
Cunningham! (pi. 5734) is an exceedingly showv Australian 
member of the Liliaceae ; Masdevallia Veitchiana (pi. 5739) 
is one of the earliest of the really ornamental species of this 
singular genus ; the genuine Fuchsia coccinea (pi. 5740) is 
a native of Brazil, and not hardy in this country ; Alla- 
manda nobilis (pi. 5764) recalls the dower-shows of twenty 
to thirty years ago ; the lovely Nertera depressa (pi. 5799) 
claims our attention, not only for its modest beauty but for 
its wide distribution, ranging from the Andes of Mexico to 
Cape Horn, the remote Antarctic islands, and the mountains 
of Tasmania and iS ew Zealand. 

We have now reached the ninety-sixth volume, dedicated 
to the Rev. C. Parish, the discoverer and introducer of so 
many fine Malayan Orchids. It opens with a figure of the 
beautiful Dahlia imperialis, followed by Antigonon leptoDus 
(pi. 5016), both natives of Mexico. 

In spite of all inducements to tarry, I must pass on to 
the next volume, where there is a new departure in the 
matter of names, and the Linnean classes and orders are no 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAt, A/INK lvil 

longer given. From pi. 1 to pi. 5S77 the Latin names 
were translated into English, or an English name was 
coined; thus, Solanum vcnustnm is called the "graceful 
Solanum;" Erythrochiton hypophyllanthus, '• Linden's 
Ervthrochiton; '' Arenaria purpurascens, "Purple Alpine 
Sandwort;" and Dracaena cvlindriea, "Cvlindric-spikcd 
Dracama." 

As it is doubtful whether any one of these .")K77 English 
names has been generally adopted (or, at least, one of those 
coined in the Magazine, for a few of the plants figured 
possess genuine English names), it was certainly not worth 
while encumbering the text with them. Where they are 
translations or explanations of the meanings of the Latin 
and Greek names, they serve a useful purpose; but from 
the examples cited it will be <i'vn that they are often quite 
arbitrary, and therefore misleading to persons not under- 
standing the botanical names. 

Passing to the hundredth volume (1874) we find it is 
dedicated to Mr. George Maw, who has long been well 
known in the horticultural world as the personal intro- 
ducer of numerous hardy plants, and more recently as the 
author of a descriptive, historical and handsomely illustrated 
monograph of the genus Crocus. Xanthorrhcea quadrangu- 
lata (pi. (1075), one of the Grass Gum trees, a type of vegeta- 
tion peculiar to Australia, and Fuchsia procumbens (pi. 
6139), a native of New Zealand, offering one of the problems 
of plant distribution, are plants of special interest in this 

Volume 102 is dedicated to Mr. William Thompson, of 
Ipswich, the successful raiser of numerous hardy and half- 
hardy herbaceous plants, many of which embellish the 
pages of the Botanical Magazine; and the next is devoted 
to Mr. H. J. Elwes, whose magnificent monograph of the 
genus Liliuin, illustrated by Fitch, is alone sufficient to give 
him a high place in contemporary horticulture. 

The 104th volume is dedicated to Dr. R. Hogg, and the 
year of its publication, 1878, was an eventful one for the 
Magazine, for W. H. Fitch, severed his connection there- 
with, and the Editor, Sir Joseph Hooker, must have expe- 
rienced something bordering on despair, as it is no easy 
matter to replace a botanical artist, even if you are prepared 
to pay handsomely. A clever painter of flowers may never 
make a good botanical draughtsman, and the botanist has to 
train his artist. I have related to what straits the Editor of 
the Ma-azine was reduced after Sydenham Edwards left him 
in 1815 and the loss of so eminent a botanical artist as 



lviii THE HISTORY OF Till', BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

Fitch seemed fatal to the existence even of the Magazine. 
There were, it is true, other capable draughtsmen who 
worked for the horticultural press, but they were, with few 
exceptions, wholly unacquainted with the analytical part, 
and botanists had so long relied on Fitch that there was 
nobody ready to take his place. I do not forget his nephew, 
J. N. Fitch, Worthington Smith, and others ; but they were 
all occupied in their respective lines, and living at a distance 
from Kew. It will be known to many persons that the 
Royal Gardens, Kew, furnish directly, or through the con- 
tributions of nurserymen and other horticulturists, the 
subjects for the Magazine, and it often happens that a plant 
must be drawn without delay or it is lost for that season. 
Sometimes, too, only a single plant exists, or it is of a very 
delicate constitution, and great risk would attend its con- 
veyance to a distance ; hence the importance of the artist 
living on the spot, and being ready at any moment to take 
in hand whatever mav be required. 

On looking thnmgh' the H>4rhvului.icnf the Magazine. I see 
that no fewer than seven different artists besides W. II. Fitch 
contributed drawings which were lithographed by .1. X. 
Fitch; but most of the drawings are bv Mrs. (now Lady) 
Thiselton-Dyer (H. T.-D.), a daughter of Sir Joseph Hooker ; 
and although one would not think of making comparisons, it 
may be said that they are highly creditable productions for 
an amateur suddenly called upon to follow a master hand. 
Three of the drawings are by M. S. (Miss Matilda Smith), a 
young lady whom Sir Joseph Hooker had taken under his 
personal instruction. Of the next volume, which is dedicated 
to Dr. Gr. King, Superintendent of the Calcutta Botanic 
Garden, Mrs. Dyer is also the principal artist, and Miss 
Smith and various other persons also contributed — A. B. 
(Mrs. Barnard, a sister of the late Mrs. J. D. Hooker, and 
daughter of the late Professor Henslow), the greater part of 
the remainder. Succeeding volumes are almost exclusively 
the work of the ladies named, in varying proportions ; but 
chiefly of Miss Smith, who is now practically sole artist of the 
Magazine, having contributed all the drawings for the current 
volume ; and J. X. Fitch, whose work in other publications 
is familiar to most lovers of flowers, is still lithographer. I 
have been so much associated with Miss Smith in her draw- 
ing for other publications that sympathy might to some 
extent bias my judgment ; but the fact that she has attained 
her present position speaks for itself. Her latest drawings 
in the Magazine augur well for the future, and must be a 
source of satisfaction to Sir Joseph Hooker. 



THE HISTORY OF TIIK BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 11X 

With regard to the subjects figured in the Inter volumes 
of the Magazine, they compare favourably with those of am 
period in point of interest, if not quite in brilliancy ; and 
in spite of the number of other publications illustrating cul- 
tivated plants, the Vntavicnl Magazine still holds its distinct 
place, which it is to be hoped it mav continue to maintain. 

The 112th volume is fittingly dedicated to Sir Trevor 
Lawrence, as President of the Royal Horticultural Society, 
and to the memory of his mother, the late Mrs. Lawrence, 
of Ealing Park. 

Few persons, I dare say, have seen, or are even aware of 
the existence of a large- pa per copy of the ll,)t,i,nml Matju- 
::ine, but two or three exist, reaching as far back, at least, 
as 1845, when Reeve Brothers purchased the property. 
One is in the possession of Sir Juseph Hooker, and. as might 
be expected, manv of the plates are much more effective on 
the larger paper. In the library of the late Sir William 
Hooker is a prospectus on the same sized paper, issued by 
Reeves in 18-1"). In this prospectus we are informed that 
during its sixty years of existence the Magazine had never 
failed to appear punctually on the first day of every month, 
and it was the intention of the new proprietors to observe 
the same regularity. Whether they have always succeeded 
I do not know, but I can call to mind no delays. 

I have already stated that it was not my intention to 
attempt a review of the kindred literature of this period, 
but I have alluded to some noteworthy monographs of cul- 
tivated plants, and for the same reasons I ought to mention 
some other works, among them the Pinetmn Britamtlrn,,,, 
published by Mr. Ravenscroft, edited by Andrew Murray, 
and completed by Dr. Masters; Warner and Williams' 
Orchid Album, illustrated by J. X. Fitch : and the recently 
established Sander's Rdchenhaehlo, illustrated by H. G. 
Moon and other artists, and including at least one plate by 
W. H. Fitch. The scientific part of the letterpress of this 
sumptuous work is contributed by Dr. H. G. Reichenbach, 
whose name must be known to every person who knows an 
orchid. Thus we are everywhere confronted with special- 
ties, and a place was found even for inconspicuous plants. 

The Befugium Botaaicum, as its title implies, was started 
(by the late W. W. Saunders) for the purpose of illustrating 
interesting rather than decorative plants. Nevertheless, it 
is in accord with the tastes of the time, and persons who 
cultivate other than striking and showy plants will find it 
most useful. There are five volumes, published in parts 
between 1861) and 1882, containing 360 plates by Fitch, 



Ix THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

with descriptions by Dr. Reichenbach and J. G. Baker. The 
first consists mostly of bulbous phmts, with various species 
of Pelargonium and Cotoneaster; the second contains 
Orchids only; the third is mainly devoted to bulbous 
plants and the section Echeveria of Cotyledon ; Aroids are 
the prominent feature of the fourth, and Yuccas of the fifth 
MweaaHown/rrtj'/, n/JAIir, and Maw's Mu,wqr,ij»h of Omm, 
are too well known to need more than mere mention here. 

Amongst the notable events of this period specially 
deserving record here is the unparalleled International 
Flower Show and Botanical Confess at South Kensington 
m 1866 one of the results of which was the acquisition of 
the Lmdley Library in trust for the Royal Horticultural 
Society In the face of great difficulties, and in spite of 
much adverse criticism, some of which it has deserved, the 
Royal Horticultural Society has done much to advance 
horticulture during this period. The fortnightly meetings, 
the Scientific Fruit and Floral Committees, the various 
Congresses, the numerous trial cultures at Chiswiek under 
the superintendence of Mr. A. F. Barron, and the publica- 
tions connected thorowith. have done good service, and much 
of the work possesses permanent value. 

1888—1904. 
Nearly twenty years have passed since the foregoing lines 
were written, and much might be written concerning the 
Magazine, and notable events and acquisitions in horticul- 
ture during this period ; but I must be brief. The comple- 
tion of the third series of the Magazine was coincident with 
the retirement of Sir Joseph Honker iron, the editorship, ; ,nd 
with The sixtieth year of the possession of the Magazine bv 

head of the firm, has been actively connected with the" 
I.ul.lR-atioii tor the last forty years of this long period. Sir 
Joseph Hooker was born June 30th, 1817, so that he was 
entity- seven when ^he retired, on account of his not being 
able to travel to Kew in all weathers, not because he was 
unable to work. His eyes and hands are still good, and he 
is engaged on a monograph of the genus Impatient from 
dried specimens; a most difficult task and one requiring 
gieat skill and patience in dissecting. Mr. Soper who is 
Street** ^ y ° Unger ' stiU occu P ies his cbair in Henrietta 
1 have already mentioned Miss M. Smith's connection 
with this Magazine. From 1887 to the present day, with 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE lxi 

the exception of about half a dozen figures contributed by 
Lady Thiselton-Dyer, she has been sole artist, now totalling 
upwards of 1,500 plates; all put on stone by J. N. Fitch, 
a nephew of W. H. Fitch. But this is only part of her 
work, as she has also been practically the sole artist for 
Kew during the same period. The plates of fourteen 
volumes of Hooker's Feonrs 'I'lnittari'm were drawn by her 
on stone, and the admirable illustrations iu (\>llett's /•'/«//■.< 
Simlt'uxis are from her pen-and-ink sketches. 

I shall not attempt to review the volumes of the Maga- 
zine of the last twenty years, but go at once to the last 
of the third series, the "'] :iotli volume, in which, and the 
previous volume, I had the honour of my name being 
associated with that of my venerable and esteemed master. 
Prominent among the plants illustrated are : (Ji/mhiJinni 
rlnxlorlnhiw, Passijloro ritifolia, Ohlrulnnr/ia arbusada, 
Kii'r)t,p\shi>nia fitt/nttitii, Sola mi m qhi I'nijJnf/ln ///, (■ronsostmin 
(■ulifn'ruieum, Epipremnvm gigantmm, Ghlorma cn\ v ,«, (%,- 
mcedorea pnlrhrlhi, hnpotiens OUrcri, Velhcin tnrf,n r h !f I/„. 



in-imulunim, Ifcliptmim « r h>n<lhhmu Kahtnchoe Ih/rri, 
Crania sinensis and X (hhmtio.hi YmjUtd-ea;. I think it 
will l)o admitted that this volume fully maintains the high 
character the Magazine has so long enjoyed. 

Among the notable events of the last twenty years none 
is more gratifying than the rise of the Royal Horticultural 
Society, which now numbers its Fellows by thousands : 
possesses a spacious Hall in Vincent Si pin re, and a beautiful 
Garden, the gift of Sir Thomas Hanbury, at Wisley. The 
establishment of the Board of Agriculture in 1889 marks 
an epoch in all that relates to plant diseases, and the 
transfer of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, to this 
more sympathetic authority in 1003 met with general 
approval. 

The achievements in horticulture during this period 
have been great, and the taste now displayed in flower 
gardening surpasses that of any earlier period. " Carpet- 
beds" and "ribbon-borders" have not entirely disappeared, 
nor should they disappear, but mixed planting and har- 
monious grouping are much more prevalent. These 
improvements have extended to shrubberies. Artistic rock- 
gardening has superseded the " clinkeries " of former days, 
and the " wild garden " is appreciated at its proper worth. 
Bulbs in the rough lawns is a feature that has been greatly 
developed. The bamboo- garden is a recent invention, and 



lxii THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE 

it has been gradually ascertained that there is a plenty of 
hardy kinds. 

Coming to indoor gardening, orchids now occupy the 
foremost position, and their cultivation has well-nigh 
reached perfection in many gardens. The introduction 
of new species from all parts of the world, and the artificial 
raising of new varieties is an industry that has increased 
enormously ; and the number of species now known 
probably exceeds that of any other family, except the 
Composite. Tt came as a surprise to the writer, when 
compiling the statistics of the Flora of British India, 
about twenty years ago, to find that orchids were more 
numerous than any other family, and since then mam- 
additions have been made. Tt is the same in Brazil, where, 
in a flora of about 20,000 known species, they number 
close on 1,500. A very satisfactory thing in connection 
with orchid-growing is the ever- increasing number raised 
from seed, both of direct and hybrid parentage, as there 
is less drain on the wild sources. The prices fetched by 
many of the artificially raised orchids are very high, so 
that raisers can afford to wait. A hundred guineas is 
not an uncommon figure, and sometimes 500 have been 
reached. At a recent sale 1,150 guineas was given for a 
variety of Oil 'on for/It >.<, .sum cris/nim, and 122 plants of various 
kinds of orchids averaged over forty guineas each. 

Botanical exploration has been actively prosecuted in 
all parts of the world, but the interior of tropical Africa 
and the mountainous regions of Central and AVestern China 
have yielded the largest harvests. The most important 
discoveries in Africa include plants affording rubber, oil, 
or fibre, whereas the acquisitions from China are largely 
of an ornamental character, and hardy in the United 
Kingdom. Many novelties were expected from Western 
China, but nobody realized the immense wealth of the 
flora. Each of the mighty valleys and ridges visited has 
its peculiar species and sometimes genera. The parts 
partially explored are as nothing to the great unknown, 
yet thousands of new species have been described during 
the last twenty years, and many of the most showy plants 
introduced have been figured in the Magazine. To give an 
idea of the richness of the flora, it may be mentioned that 
140 species each of Rhododendron and Ssnecio are recorded 
from China ; 130 of Pedicularia ; upwards of 100 species 
each of Bubus, Sanssurea, and Uvntiana; upwards of 
80 species each of Primula and Lonicera; and 60 species 
of Viburnum, 



THE HISTORY OF THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE ixill 

I do not intend to attempt t<» review the garden literature 
of this period, but T may mention that the enumeration of 
Chinese plants in the ~2'-\vd and Ji>th volumes of the Journal 
of the Linnean Society has been brought to a conclusion 
in the 3 (5th volume. Another work of paramount interest 
is Sargent's Silni of Xortk Ann-rim, containing excellent 
figures of all the species of trees occurring north of Mexico; 
and .-1 History of ' in I'dvtiimj in Eitulinnl, by the Hon. 
Alicia Amherst (now the Hon. Mrs. Evelyn Cecil), with a 
li'ood bibliographv of the subject, should be in the possession 
of all gardeners. 

In conclusion, I must ask for the indulgence of the 
reader, as the greater part of this History was written for 
a different purpose. Had it been written to appear in the 
Magazine it would have been compiled on a wholly different 
plan. 

W. BOTTING IIeMSLEY. 



INDEX TO THE 
BOTANICAL MAGAZINE. 



— 


™l 


*» 


Z. 


— 






Abelia floribunda 




ins 


ml 






5717 


AbelmoschusManiliot 




127 




vitit'olium 


2 72 


4227 
















Abies ajaneiisis ... 


40 


! In 


0743 


Acacia 


28 


1138 


Aleockiana 


40 






argyrophylla 






bracbyphylla 


4!') 


























Dammara 








celustrifolia 






hirtella 


40 


110 


6753 


cinerascens 




8174 






54 


2743 




51 121 




..niana ... 


44 


111 


0l>92 


Cycnorum 






pinnosa ... 


46 


116 


7114 










40 


L10 


0753 










40 


110 


0743 






8244 


Vt'itchii 


46 


L16 


7114 


Oentil'era 


— 09 


4082 


Abri.-Mt.-iroJelh-asil 


53 


128 


7562 


diffusa 


— 50 


2417 


■naria ... 


37 


li '7 


0540 


iliptera v. erioptera 


— 08 


3939 






91 


5544 






1750 


latifolia 


37 






Drummomlii 


10 80 


5191 


mellifera 1 






2879 








Africanum 


_ 


22 


833 


graveolens 




8279 


Absinthium i 








hastulata 




3841 


bus 






1287 






45S8 


album 




32 


1287 








alpinum 




32 


1287 


lanigera 


— 56 


2922 






49 


2275 


leptoneura 


4 71 


48.5n 








1287 


linearis 


— 47 






- 


52 


2044 


V 5 


- 47 


■>j'iN 


S£!fl« ■::; 


11 


10 


"S 


Lophantlia" 


— 47 


2108 







Vol. of 












-,'.- 


V:x 


Tab. 




*'- *•••« 




Acacia melanoxylon . . . 




40 


1059 


Acanthus montanus . . 


21 1.1 


5516 


mucronata... 


— 


54 


2717 


spinosus 


— 43 


1 808 






47 


2188 








oncinophylla '..'. 


4 


74 


435:5 








orientahs 




25 


995 


rufinerve v. albo- 






Oxycedrus 


— 


56 


2928 


limbata 


25 95 


5793 






61 


3366 


Velutinum 




(5(597 


penninervis 




54 


2754 


Achania Malvaviscus 






pinnata 




62 


3il!8 


I mollis 




2374 


platyptera 


— 


68 


3933 


Ac! '• a ag< ratifolia , . 


30 : 100 


(5117 


P^mosa 




61 


3366 


' Clavenae 










62 


3408 


foliis tomentosis . . . 




1287 


prominens 




63 


3502 




42 112 








53 


2651 


Tomentosa 




498 




26 


96 


5835 


Aeliinit'iu'S amabilis 


14 1 84 


5(183 






69 


4041 






4175 


ruscifolia 




59 


3195 








seandens 


— 


61 


33<;n 


(IhiVsluvelitii '.'.'. 


1 1 81 


4871 




26 


96 


5S35 


-randim.ra 






smilacifolia 


7 


77 


4573 


Jmtcrophvlla 


11 81 


4 Y^ 1 


spadicigera 




123 


73115 


l.irsuta ' 


1 71 


4144 


sphaerocephala 






76(53 


longiflora 






spinosa 

- 

dt-nsiflom 

hispida 


- 


125 

28 

125 
125 


7663 
1121 


ESilora 


I 58 


3993 


Sanderi ... 
Acantholimon laxi- 
florum 


52 


125 
122 


7506 


ik^ m Z 


32 102 


41215 
4743 
145(5 


intia ilici- 








Achra- J'.alata 




3157 


folia 


40 


110 


6750 


dissecta 






Acanthonema strigo- 








fructu elliptieo . . 




3111 




18 




5339 






3111 


taxifolia ... _ 


= 


47 


J'S 


Ziiputilla 

A.-hyra utiles Porri- 




3111 


unibrusa ... ... 








Y.^'hafMtii ... 


21 ! 91 


5499 


uruplLvlla 

TOraieiflna. . 






M92 


\V,'trs'oewi<-zii 
Acinosalpnms 


^ l 


I 


mollis' 




2 


IsHS 


A diumfu™ U . 


- 69 


3969 



noveboracens 
septentrional 



7.1 4427 AgathisDau 
71 J 4139 . 'loranthifol 
71 M27 AgatW.-sal 



Juix.iii.-um 

iltirtunmi 






Albaeca m..i 
AII.ucm Kxu 







Vol of 






\„i.„ 


Vnl.nl 


















Tab 






Work 


Tab : 




S6riea 


Work. 




Allium Ampeloprasum 


_ 


38 




Allium niontanum .. . 


- 


29 




ance P 8 
angulosum 










- 


30 














35 
















42 












niultibnlbosum 








bisulcum 








mutabile 
















i.arcissiflorum ... 








Caspium . 
















caule planifoliu ... 


z 


34 


1408 


narcissinis foliis ... 




29 


1150 






29 


11 Is 










teretifolio . . 




35 


1420 




i 31 


101 




„ teretiusculo . . . 






1150 


Nutans 








„ triangulo 


— 


22 


869 


(see note) 


— 




1 432 










obliquum 
























Chamaj-Moly 
















ciliutnm 


— 


20 


774 


pallens 






1 120 


(see note) 




28 


J 141 










cyjraenm '.'.'. 


49 


63 

11!) 


7290 


Paniculatum^ ^. 




28 


1143 






7 












elatum 


41 


111 


0828 


pcdeni'mtaiium 


31 


101 


6182 


Ellisii 




12!) 




petrseum 








erdelii 


35 


105 


0420 


plantagineum 








Fistulosum 




30 


1230 










fiavum 




33 


1330 


i-.-ulice gcmella 








foliis caulinis 


— 


29 


1148 


,, oblonga 




30 


12-22 


„ ensiformi- 
















bus 




25 




„ sobolifera 




34 




„ teretibns ... 






1432 














:;:; 


1330 










p'gitiiteum 


41 


111 


OSliS 






28 




grandifloruin 


31 


101 


0182 






34 




Inodorum 






1 129 






43 




(see note) 


-— 


32 


12! 13 


Roseuni 




25 








37 












- 


35 




0451 


n b" .1 


31 


l 38 


1500 


-.1 


- 


42 


l-:4 


Bcapo aneipiti 






1142 


Libani 

k.iijspatlmm 




l 35 


142!i 


Schcenoprasom 






1141 


M.-.cl^.nii 
















macranthum 
















Magicum ... 
















Moly 




1 [ 


100 


sibirieuiii 






1 1 11 


monspessulanuin 






1 1 Is 


Bpeciosnm 






1 1 18 


niontanum 




29 


m" 


^llienZphalum 


- 


[2 


!;:;! 













'M 


"..l.of 




























Work. 




Allium staminibus al- 






Aloe acuminata 


i 


32 


1322 




- 


i 


1 


.,' ' arboivscens 


= 


13 
13 
15 
20 

2(1 


513 


staminibus simplici- 










1 — 


21 


SI 4 


bus ... 




o n 


b'30 




■ — 


21 

25 


SI 5 


stellatum ..." 

(see note) 






il 


arborescens 




« 


10S1 
1 271 1 
127S 
1300 


Suworowi 


44 


114 


oooi 






32 


L323 


sylvestre 


— 


25 


978 








1331 


Tataricum 


- 


28 


1142 






33 


L332 


Triquetrum 






SCD 
1142 




- 


33 


1340 


nnibelliferum 


~ 


103 


03^0 




= 


33 L353 

33 ! 13011 
33 ! 13(il 


vi ',' , 11; , nuin ' 






I (15 




— 1 


35 j 1452 


bia Griffithii". 












35 ; 1455 


AllupLrtus eapitatus.. 


5 


74 


i't'i 




"~ 


36 1460 
45 1975 


dichrous 


2 


72 


4-MC. 


r. ano-ustioi 


- 


51 i 2517 


LMichei 


4S 


! 18 


7271 




10 


sn 4S1C. 


peltatus 


33 


103 




albicans 


1 ~T 


35 1452 


sX/ttii ... ... 


2 


72 


{21!! 


■alnem^f.. 


lh 


" 




2 


















1452 








Allosurus ,-., 


Hi 




4700 






41 170.1 


cordatus . 


9 




400S 






4S 2250 


flexuosus 


10 


so 


1772 


arachnoides 




20 756 


Karwinskii 


16 


86 










Ainu i«I,,a rubra 






4548 








Aim -ifi-ie 




50 


243H 






















AW- ; .Ma Dussii 














illustris 


: '!' 


L on 


vro 


tteniata 




33 L345 


J"* picta 


21 


91 


5407 


:■ - ~ 






metalliea 




























Alue ;^ inicar - Pea - 


38 


108 


6620 


BaXn, .' 










l 50 




bmchvstachys 









Aloe l.nvviiulu! 



20 li." 

20 11H 





32 


51 


1-21 


37 


107 




120 


~ 


20 


= 


21 


" 


- 



foliolo-;. 

frlauc-n 

















**~ r^\ '"" 










Aloe perfoliata 


Z It U74 


MoeVariegata 






UH 


„ v. atiieana 


Z fi 2517 


vera 




36 


1171 


Perryi 


87 in? 6596 


verrucosa 








P icta 


— i 31 1270 

— 32 1323 


virens . *°. 


_ 


33 


!;;z 




— 33 1346 






21 


814 


" minor 


— 36 1460 


vulgaris v. Abyssi- 








PJicatilis ... ... 












pratensis 


39 109 6705 


yuica'tulia 


56 


L26 


' '-'' 


pumila arachnoides . 


Z 32 m4 


Aluesi'i comes de belier 
patte d'araignt'e 


^ 




S 


piimiiio ::: 




Aloptrurus alpinus .. 








— 34 1417 


Aloysia citrodora 








purpuraseens 

iid P iaa ea '.'.'. 




Alpiua Eleborine 


- 


124 


li 


reticulata 


— ; j| j:;^ 


"J^f™ 


42 


112 


film's 


Retusa ... 


^ 13 455 


nutans 


— 


44 




rlichteantlia 












"^« 


— 33 1337 


p" mlla 


41 


'!!. 


'"^~ 


rubroviolacea 


— l H 1323 


Tububit-a '•' ■■■- 


z 


51 


2494 


SaP ^ Lana v .latifolia 


Z 36 1460 


' 


43 


113 


n<>44 


Schwemiurtbii 


55 L25 7667 


pbvlla 


43 


113 


li'.i.")] 




— 34 i 1415 


Al-iue ngustifolia ... 








sessilis 


_ 33 1331 


t'oliis linearibus ... 


— 


28 


L118 


sin i lata ... ... 


— 36 1474 


forte 


— 


i- 


_ 1 ; ' s ^ :; 


Soccotrina v. pur- 
puraseens 


— 36 1474 








Si 


translucens 


Z m 1474 


- :--opbvll;i. 
AbtaHn-riu acutffolia 






!|!q' 


triangularis 


21 814 




21 


OC 


li'r 


tricolor 


Z 10 1 6§4 


hirtella '.'.'. 






2S48 


tristicha '.'.'. ... 


— 33 L333 


Ligta 




49 


2:].)3 


ambellata 

Uvaria '.'.'. '..'. 


To 80 4SJ6 


Ligtu 

Neillii 


z 


u 


334 1 





V.,1 of 


Vol of 






















Sene- 


Work 








Alstroemeria ovata . . . 




55 


2848 


Amaryllis Atamaseo . . . ; — ! 7 
aulica r. platy- 


239 


pallida 





58 


3(140 




Pelegrina 




4 


139 


petala, glauco- 




psittacina 


~ 


57 


3033 


JT ::: ::; = £ 


2983 
3311 


bouldti ..'. 






3944 


Aurea — | 12 


409 


pulchella 




49 


2353 


australasica 


— 47 


2133 


Salsilla '.'.'. 




50 


2421 


Belladonna 




19 


733 




39 


1613 






35 


1450 


Althaea caribaea 




44 


1916 


bivaginata 




51 


2471 


ficifolia 


48 


118 


7237 




35 


1450 


Flexuosa 


— 


23 


892 


Broussoneti 


— 


24 




flore majore 




15 


517 






29 


1171 


Froloviana 


48 


118 


7237 




31 


1253 


frutescens 




48 


2220 


'.'.', — 47 


2121 


frutex 


— 


3 


83 


bull'i-perma ... — 24 


023* 






48 


2220. 




20SS 


fniticans hispanica . 




48 


2220 


Candida ! — 53 


20,07 


hortensis 




23 


882 


16 


86 


52115 


palustris ... 


— 


23 


882 


capensis — 


18 


002 






59 


31 OS 




53 




sX a ::: ::: 


48 


118 


7237 


Caspia 7 


77 


450S 




23 


882 


clavata — 


49 


2201 


thuringiaca 


— 


15 


517 


crispa — ■ 


33 


1303 


virginiana 




48 


2103 


Curvifolia — 


19 


725 


Alyssoides fruticosum . 


— 


4 


130 


cyrtanthoides . .. — 


50 


2399 


Alysson pyrenaicum 




19 


713 


disticha j — 


53 


2687 


Alyssum arcticum ... 




56 


2882 


30 


1217 


Creticuni saxatile . . . 




5 


159 


dryades 25 


95 


57S0 


Deltoideum 




4 


126 






305 


halmifolium 




3 


101 




35 


1430 


lunarioides 


— 


58 


3807 


Equestris '.'.'. '.'.'. \ — 


9 


305 








101 


i Fagus — 


24 


023* 


Montanum ... 


— 


12 


419 


falcata ! - 


35 


1443 


Saxatile 






159 


Forbesii 37 107 


0545 






12 


419 


formosissima ... — 2 


47 


Utriculatum 


— 


4 130 


Fothergillia ... — 10 


725 


hnoides ... 
Richardsoni 


- 


61 3313 


ui-antea : 16 | 86 

Hallii 53 123 


?547 


ruse i foli a 






Harrisoni 56 126 




Amara indica 




51 245.3 


Hurailis — 19 




Amarantho affinis in- 






(see note) — 35 


1430 


diae orientalis . . . 




55 2815 


_ 27 




Aniaranthoides perenne 


— 


53 2614 


ignea — 53 




Amarantlmsbaccifer... 




4:; 1781 


J^-phinse j - 39 


L619 


luteus 


— 


47 2159 


latifolia 16 86 




speciosus 






Longifolia . . . — 18 




Amaria petiolata 










• ' 










Advena 


~ 


28 


112.3 




1 — 


53 


2088 



— 


K 


K 






~ 


Amaryllis lutea 


5 


i-jj 
b> 

52 


Till 
•j.v.i:: 


Amaryllis zeylanica ... — 1 31 
Amasonia arborea ... 51 121 

calycina 4-"> 1 l-'> 

erecta * r> M ^ 


12:.:; 
74 15 


umltiflora 

orientalis 

Ornata 

(see note) 


- 


1 


L619 


punicea 4:5 11- 

Amsonia salicifolia '.'.'. \ H 
Ainaiiria dissect a '■'<■> 1" : ' 


I 


par'dina ..] '.'.'. 
psittacina. hybrida . 
pulverulenta 
Pumilio 


L6 


in 


1 


Ambrosinia Bassii . :U ' H»4 

Ambuva.-mb.. : >- 
Amelanchier . . ~ 50 


«U 


Ray^erT "" 


27 


97 


'S:'! 


folia ..'. . 54 121 


7619 


Regime '.'.'. 
reicu a ^ sti , iatifoli:t 




I? 


-ill 


oblongifolta :»4 121 
obovalis ... "»1 ] - } 
ovalis ... 54 124 


ll 


Sarniensis 


= 


9 


1178 

•2114 
L090 


spicata -|| j-* 
Amellus spinulosis 33 LOo 
Amendoas de Disanha 28 98 
American nutmeg — 58 


5J8I 


sulandnoflora 
solandriflora 
spatha umltiflora . . . 


_ 




L443 


Amerimnum Ebenus ... 8 78 
Amethystea casrulea . . . — 51 


M48 


spectabilis 




29 


1" 


^meris - H9 
Amiseliotolype margi- 


s 


tubispatha 

Umbrella 

rndulata 

variabilis 




1 


117S 


Ammvrrinebuxifolia.. 40 ' IM 
Lyoni . . ^J Jjjj 




Ven'usta '.'.'. 
Vittata 


- 


^ 


'p!' 


ihliSiii '.'.'. '.'. w S L! 


47*4 


vucea3ides 

yuccoides 


z 


i 


1171 GmnaParadisi 7 77 
1263 grandiflorum _ 7 77 


4: : :;' 


zeylanica . ... 


- 


29 


1171 


he^n^cum 1 oi ^ 







...... 




--!-- 


Tab 




Series 


Work 


Series Work 




Amomum melegueta 






\iiag 'Hi- 1 ispanica ... i — 50 


^7 








latilblia — 50 




(luorundam odore 






linifolia 1 — 02 


3380 


( 'aryopliylli ... 






Monelli ... — 9 




Uosa *8ancta3-Maria3 


4 


74 4400 


„ v. Willmoreana — 62 


3380 


sc-;ipo irado 


— 


45 21)00 


tenuifolia - 9 


3 1 9 


soeptrum 


25 








Zerurnbet 










Amorpha canescens . . . 


38 


108 0018 


Anan.enia lu-erpitiil | 




niicrophylla 






folia — 20 




nana * 










Amorplioph 

Eichleri 


45 


m im 


aculeatus '.. . 38 


5025 


Eliotii 










Lacourii 




127 7708 


Ananasa bracteatus "' l 14 i 84 
Anapodophylhim cana- 


502;) 


oncophyllus 


lo 


110 i 7327 


dense - 43 


1819 


palniirtbrmis 

Kivien 

svlvaticiis 


31 


i°i ( -!«r 


Anarrhinnm bellidi- 


2056 


47 


117 71 iii i 


erassitblium" . . 24 : o'l 




Titaunm ... 


44 


111 <i'i7s 


Wtatiri h'ieroclum' ~~ ^ 


1554 


zeviaiik-US^ '.'.'. 


47 


117 711)0 


' ^tiea ' 4 I 74 


lloo 




23 


93 5682 


Anehomanes Hookeri 




turn Chin- 






v. pallida ... 19 89 


2197 


Ampliiblemma ' cymo- 


20 


90 547a 


An°ustis ' dentatis 


1897 


Amphicome Emodi . . . 


11 


Sl 480(1 


foliis _ — 47 


21 L9 


his albescens 










.!■.--■ - 


41 


1 1 1 0S22 


. ;'!.;,:;;,;; 7 '; 




Amsonia salicifolia . . . 




44 1873 




Guaynensis 




54 2727 


italica — 48 


2107 


Amygdalo-Persica 






laxiflora — 43 








47 2170 


Ochrolenca ... — 39 


L608 


Amygdahis hiimilis '. '. '. 


44 


114 0070 


urieutalis — 15 


515 


Indies 






- 




'^\. x 


z 


47 2170 


p.-tiob.t;. — 07 

undulata - 47 


2110 


\ . ".'„ 


5] 


121 7406 


Air -ylogynu longiflora . 22 02 




nmdes 
















lioides ... ... - W 




filamentosa" ''. 




£j 2370 


Andrachnu frutescen* . — 46 
irborea 23 




pnlcheUa '. ' 






axillaris — 15 




Frntlcoa '.'.'. 




21 831 


im,-rcata :;; 5 : 75 


1461 


grandifiora. . . 




21 831 


• buxifolia — ; 53 





— 


B5 






|fe 




Andromeda calyculata ' 






L286 


An^sacemontana - 45 


2U21 
.1712 


campanulata 










0017 


cassLfolia 




18 




! ,; : nrl1 !'"' ;l r -': 


-'ro 


Catesbaa ... 




45 


il)5r> 


! :! :i 


7d7!) 














crassifolia 






451):; 


rotundifolia /■. ma- 
















fasciculata 












I'^ti-iata 


28 


QQ 


50s4 


septentrionalifi — \~> 


2nil 


lloril.uiida 




38 


1 .lei; 


VilV.sa l ..^ '''.—: 20 


743 


foliisovatis 


— 




175 


AiaOosaauumt tmstan- 






— 


38 


1579 


Andiyak °Mogadoren- 


146 


]iirsuta eUb '.'.'. '.'.'. 


— 


79 


j|;!j" 


Anemiopsis Californiea IS SS 


-!!, 1 !! 


hypnoides 




50 


2936 


Anemonae affinissethio- 




-Jamaiceiisis 








P ica , fg 




Knta-herelisis ... 






5984 


Anemone alba — 4/ 




lucida 








(Hipatini," angulosa 21 01 




l.iridifulia 










Mariana 






10! 15 


apiit'ulia — 45 




v. ovalis 


— 


38 


1571) 


eernna 58 L28 


7858 


in-riifolia 












nitida 


— 


27 


1095 


cyLdamiuisseumalvffl 
















pL'dnuL-ulis solitariis 












lateralibus 






3181 








3 




4314 


H.patica — 1 








18 








salk-ifulia 


— 


60 


82S0 


- i[] 


2079 


spmosa 
















45 


1055 


latifolia Clusii - t€ 


2079 


tetragona 


— 




3181 


» purpurea 


L23 


Audrosacu alpina 






^sos 


— 


112H 


carnea p. eximia ... 






500(5 


ii iil 


6840 


cordifolia 




L08 


6617 


uLdi,.tensis - 17 


2107 


coronopi : 








ananthes — 22 




curonopifolia 


~ 


108 


0017 


palmata v. albida ... — 40 
patens v. ochroleuca — 45 


1994 


r ..;:.;- 




L08 


oll'lfl 


polvauthes 41 111 

pratvnsis r. obsoleta — 44 


6840 


HaUeri 










841 







«*.« 






V...... 


v ;; i.,i 






* 


~ 


Tab 











Anemone thalictroides 




22 


866 


Anhalonium prismati- 








trifolia 


n 


111 


6X40 




49 


119 


7270 




54 


121 


7581 


retusum 


40 


119 


7279 


villosa ... ... 


41 


111 


6840 


Anigozanthus Flavida . 


— 


29 


1151 






62 


3376 


fuliginosa 




73 


4201 


Anemonopsis macro- 








grandiflora 




29 


1151 


pbylla 








Mai.glesii 




67 




Anemoiiospermos atV.-i . 








mi,-rophylla 




83 


4075 


AtVii'iina 














4180 


i a pinnati- 








tyriantbina 


6 


76 


4507 


fida 








Anisomeles n 




46 


2071 


Angelon 








Anisum Africanum 

fruticescens 
Anneslea spinosa . . 








Angelonia ciliata . . 






3848 


— 




2489 


cornigvra 






3848 














3754 


Annona reticulata 








salk-ariajfolia 




51 


2478 


squamosa 








Anaphora eordifolia. . . 


- 


45 


1960 






45 


201 1 




20 


90 




iXnLa ;:; :.; 
















Anoda hastata 








mains 




7.". 


42D7 




= 






















bilobum 










52 


122 






4 


74 












Chailluanum 






5589 














93 


5(524 


Anoigantbus brevi- 














4013 






115 




distiehum 




71 


4145 


Anomoebloa maran- 








eburneum 


10 


80 


4761 




18 










86 


5170 








1220, 






128 


7813 


Cberimolia 




45 


2011 


fastuosum 




117 


7204 


t'uliis laminis 






3111 


funale '.'.'. '.'.'. 


% 


117 


7161 

4205 


„ oblongo-ovatis 
„ odoratis mi- 


- 


58 


3005 






115 


700J 


noribus . . . 








Grantii ... .'. 


51 


121 


7442 


„ subtus ferru- 








Kotscbyi 


51 


121 


7442 


gineis 


~ 






modestum 




109 




glabra 








SSSSm"" ::: 


10 


80 
109 


1782 


Jjjjjg^ 






20 11 


sesquipedale 


15 


85 


5113 






58 


3111 


superbum ... 


10 




470 L 


Myristica '..] [.'. 








Anguina aquatica 


~ 


19 


J 722 


!;:!ou ,s .:: ::: 






5854 


- 






4313 










grandiiiora 
















hirida 
















Kuckeri 


19 






Anonvma pedmiculis 








superba 








arcuatis 




45 


11100 










AnonymosnoreCulutea- 








Anguria Warschewiczii 


lb 






iiuribus albis 


— 


13 


437 















VoL of 










IM>. 





*-' 


8& 


Tab. 


Anonymos rotundifolia 

Jun.lulnsus 
Ansellia Africana ... 


- 


1 


raw 


AnSriongisca: 


- 


9 


318 

1339 
1421 


gigantea 


L3 


83 


40155 


paniciilatum 






1421 


Ansett 
















AntabsinthiumClavenas 






12S7 


plumosum ... 






3084 


















folium 
















Antciinaria Leontopo- 








revolutum 




26 


lull 






45 




semibarbatum 








triplinervis ... 








subtrigynum 


Z 




1540 


Anteuphorbium 


30 


100 




sul[iliurcum 






2623 










vespertinum 






1040 


folia 






2359 


Anthurcivis iliiritblia. 


1 




420i» 


Anthelmia 


- 


3 










2001 


igeratifolia . 




100 


1)117 


Antholyza iEthiopica . 




16 


561 


Aizoides 




100 


(ill 7 








1172 


Aizoon ... 








alethroides... ] 




L5 




artemisisefolia ... 




46 


2<»12 


Cunonia 




In 


343 


gran. 1 i flora 




46 




Inliis lincaribus ... 








Pyrethrum 




13 












stipulaoea 








Meriana 








Anthericum acaule . . . 






1381) 








1194 








1-151 


Merianella 






441 


alooides 


__ 


32 


1317 




— 


15 


538 


altissimum 






1389 




- 


16 


574 








1451 


quadrangularis 




16 




asphodeloides 
bulbosum 






1389 






16 


569 






8017 






16 


561 






118 


7240 










Canaliculatum 






1124 


Schweinfurthii 




126 








21 


810 






17 


601 


canlibus non ramosis 




23 


914 


tubulosa 




15 








26 


1(155 


Antliora vera flore 












49 


2850 










J)riiaiui)sis 




124 


75S0 


vulgaris ... 


— 


53 


2054 


echeandioides ... 


41 


IN 


(iSOO 


Anthurium Andrse- 












54 


2774 




38 


108 


6616 






22 




Bakeri .., 




102 


6261 








1044 


Chamb.-rlaini 


49 


L19 


7207 


foliis earnosis 








Giaziovii 


i\ 


111 


0S88 














121 


7187 


Fnitei(-ens S 


__ 




816 


ornatum 


i 


90 


5848 


- ' ' 


z 


28 


1124 


^T'^i^rianiim '.'.'. 


i 


^ 


62 IS 


- 




60 




sph-ndidum 
























Liluio-o 




1 


1085 


Anthurium Yeitchii . . 









— 




m 


- 1 — 


y..-,7 


« 


\, 


Anthyllis Barba 






Apbelandra acutifolia . 


25 


95 


5789 


Jovis 




44 




47 












1092 ! aurantiaca 








Krinacea 


— 


18 


676 |, Blanchetiana 


47 


1 17 


7170 


frutu-ossi _ 




52 


2576 cristata 


38 


L 38 


1178 


teteaSa 6 






108 Liboniana 








WVhOiana 




60 


3284 longiscapa 


4 


74 


4378 


Antigonon leptopus . . . 












5741 


Antirrhinum aerugi- 






pumila ... 




10.") 


6467 




26 


96 


5827 punctata 




L08 


0027 


Aipimun .:. ::: 


- 




205 sulphurea 


28 




5051 




2!) 




6041 variegata 


12 




4800 


\sarinu 




23 


902 Apkyllantb.es Anguil- 












46 


2056 lane 


-. 


48 










3473 jnncea 




28 






35 


105 






28 




foliisimis ... '.'.'. 




46 


205(5 Apios Americana '..'. 


— . . 


30 


1108 


„ linearibus . . . 




47 


2183 j frutescens 








„ radiealibus ... 




46 


20.11 i Aplopappus gymnoce- 
2183 pkalus 








genistifolium 




47 




L07 


0549 




34 
49 


in i 


7285 Apocyno affinis 




l 59 


'■l'!l 


lieterophylluni 


29 


11 


0060 ApocynuniAmericanum 






11 si 


hl'^nicum 


34 


m 


6391 Androsaamifolium . . . 
7285 ; angustifolium 




40 






34 


L04 


6391 Canadense 


- 








49 


Hi) 


7285 erectum 


- 




11 S 


multicaule 


29 




6041 „ 


— 






purpureum 


_ 




99 j folio oblongo 




49 






34 


104 


6391 1 Persicarkemitisfolio 




29 




sagittatum 


29 


99 


6060 repens 


— 


40 


2289 




— 


6 


200 scandens 








strictum 


29 




6041 zeylanicum 






1S05 


strumosum 

tenellum 


4 ( .) 
12 


l 82 


7272 Aponogeton angusti- 
4027 folium 




31 


1268 


Triornithuphurum 






525 distacbyon 








Triphyllum 


= 


j 


324 spatkaceum v. jun- 
5827 Aporum anceps 


? ± 


"S 


So* 












122 


7403 


Antithora flore luteo 










L22 


7403 


aconiti 






2654 Appendex erecta 


21 


01 


5500 


Antorasive Antitora 














Aotus gracillima 


1 


71 


4140 niana 


14 


84 


















Aphairema spicata ... 
Aphanochilus blandus 


77 


Jj ^ i^.^f^J 




la 


t"-n 


~ 


58 


1 3091 || caerulea 


4 


74 


4407 





















^ri, s 














Aquilegia cserulea . . . 
Kanaorienais ' . 


i 


71 


i 


Mt'^apoUinica ' . .! 






1 


1 u.chrvsantlia 


20 


i 00 


i!o74 


baS"'" 1 ' ' 




21 


813 


macrantha... 


1 4 


90 


44H7 


'■ii t -i l i' i ' 1 ii r r siuenH> ■ 




125 




Mexicana '..'. 






.4010 










\»u™]l 


F 




240 
246 


linium Begnndornn, 






1154 








1221 










Skinneri 


i — 


! 08 


3919 


t'nliis lihamni 


52 


1 22 


75i)0 


Vii-iniana 






"if' 


iVaxii.i folio 


- 


-~ 


v'vi 






7 


220 


.^naneUMs... ... 




2S 


1138 


Ldqdiarophylla ... 




100 




! lactaria 








Caucasica 


- 


46 


2046 










collina 


~ 


57 


:}o21 


';'-* Ambuinensis . 








nutans 


- 


48 
48 


2210 
2210 
8240 


\vbnl la africana 
jamaicensis 


- 


i 


1071 
1570 






48 j 


2211) 


Arli'iTu-- Andrachne ... 




46 




verna 


— 


61 


3331 


CamarusTheuj ,hrii<ti 


— 


49 


2410 


Ara 9 a do Brazil 
















Arachnanthe I'larkeii . 


It 






folTo°noii serrato 


Z 1 


68 
46 


.4004 
2024 


Aralia digitata '.'.'. \ 












49 1 


2310 


18 












4920 


(GviiMpteina) gloin- 








mollis 






1505 


his e pida a :;; :;; 


10 


27 


4804 

1085 


nuuTonata ... 


~ 


50 


4i77 


nia-.Tuphylla ... 1 


1 






iE;r a ::: ::: 


12 


61 

49 1 




Ar t il!;l"trum" foliis 










— 


08 


3004 


terni * 






rm 


mtldd '(** „,>/c) 








Frigarise folio " 






1:144 


pun-ens 






4027 


Quinquefolii folio ... 

ArapaLaea Brasilien- 






14:11 


Arctotis Anthemuides . 






m 


^l^do Kio Grande" : 


54 


124 




aureola '.'.'. ... 











Vol ot 




















Tb 
Tftb " 












Serie.- 














A HtT" : 




« 


2252 


Argemone Mexicana . . . 
Argolasia aurea 


ol 


104 


Ugl 




z 


33 


ooio 


. u\l. a^anescens . . 


51 


L21 


7414 






L27 




Ai-Vr-ia < 'hoisyana Z 


12 


82 


4940 




- 


58 


;;o42 


hi.-itu . ... 


12 




4940 




















41 


111 








49 




trnuiMia :*: ::: 


17 


47 


2 182 


Argyrocome Africana . 
- lavanicn . . 


45 


110 


-007 






45 


1002 














40 




tiiiaOolio ... 












4.-) 




Ariocarous retusns .. 












45 




A no!,. is peltata 








onveri :;: 


34 


104 




Arisa-ma' abbreviate 








paniculata 




50 


2304 


anomalum 


47 


117 


7211 






40 












Arduina grandi flora 














5931 


Aiva Hauksii 








erubescens 


21 




0490 


Baueri 


% 


127 




filifurme 


46 


116 


7100 


Mii.'i: ( !i z itzii'" :.; 


s 


Jog 


0044 


Er : : 


'.!- 


I2i; 
lu.; 


0401 


s±r : : . 


24 


1 


^0 




17 


L06 


0001 
7910 


A 5,E;?^ s;i ■ 


-4 


124 


Si 


Wi-htii '.'.'. 
Wrayi 


40 


110 


7105 


















---.. . 


60 


130 


7000 


a^uitilbl.um 




49 


2024 
2282 


luliis linearibus 




22 


~sos 


pnlbLi-b.uu 




ins 




HaUeri 


ll 


i 


2042 


• 








MexO-ana '. ^ 


^ 




"240 


Aristblochiaaitissima; 


37 


107 


'B 





ftV-i' kV-;': 


Tab 












Series Work^ 








Work 




Aristolochia anguicida 


4 74 


4361 


Armeria scoreonerifolia 


49 


119 


7313 


arborea 


18 88 












bar bat a 














ip M - ::: 


34 104 




A^ilJii.-.™...:. 




So 


!!;!:! 




] 1 






,s 


| 


iz 


Duebartrei 














^b'gans 


42 L12 




champii 






1623 


florealbo 














Gibertii 


is 








120 


riV 




4 74 


4368 


A, rotn'lin,iia ' 


:.l 


l 50 


2t:;o 




111.") 


Vnlvkih'nqmhaa " 


!;; 


33 


4000 


Goldieana .'.'.' 






\ 1T ;.i.hxllmnspi,atun, 




99 


0022 


grandiflora 


4 | 74 


4 •■;:;■ 


'xnnlh"rW tUa ' 




58 


3U02 


Mans' ;;; 






Atrhortoxylum acutan- 








labiosa 




2.")4r> 


g ulum 


34 


lo4 


T-i 


leuconeura 














longifolia 


42 11-2 


i;ss4 


J' 1 /; 11 "^.. 


z 


51 

51 


~>l:~> 


oruitbocepbala 


- 70 


4120 


Hum Mada- 






















ringens .. 


24 94 


5700 


Artlirup-Mliumcirratum 


40 


110 


ii'74.! 






.3040 


neo-caledunicum . 




ll'o 




scaudens 


4 74 


43. ;s 


panieulatum 




110 


1421 
0740 


semper virens 




1116 






Sipho 


- 15 




Arthrosolen anthyl- 








subglanca 














Thwaitesii 






Artbrosteinma dieran- 










20 99 


0007 


inTdtolurum ... 


21 


91 


55i m; 


trifobata ::: ::: 


34 ]M4 


!r-w7 


versicolor .'. "'. 


- 


65 


3o7s 




51 121 


























i racemosa... 






Artooarpus communis . 








Persic* 






lieterophylla 








foliis 




161 










Armeria ca?spitosa . . . 


54 124 


7596 


integrifolia 






2fv.:-i 


cepbalotes 


49 119 


4128 

7313 


Arum acaule 

^ypticum 


50 


120 


7304 


Wilis ;;; ;;; 


54 124 




J^thiopieum 








juniperitblia 














latiiblia 


5 119 


4128 


aphyihim 




127 


^ " 

















Arum arborescena 58 




™g 


•lizou ... 


tivi 


SE3ST.. 


l 


,?! 


Arnndma bambusu- 
folia 


49 


110 


7284 


bicoionm. " : " - 


21 


'il 


FaK-MiuTi ... . 
Furtunei 


i 


ill! 


7140 


bilii.i'i'L'nun" z - 


1 


Si* 


*■$ r - vane " 


46 


116 


7140 










32 


1H2 












32 


102 




.. geniculate 






in.iica latifolia 




13 


454 


:;;iSl i 


| 


li 


Kakao 

saccharides 


82 
50 


t02 

120 
120 

102 


0232 
0232 










41 


111 


0811 






5001 


Asarca sinuata 


59 


L29 


7909 


Dracontium ... 28 


98 


5972 


Asarina caule erecto 




35 


1424 




129 


7910 


galeata 




23 


902 


esculentiirn ... 50 


120 


7804 


procumbens 





23 


902 




126 


7700 


Antrum canadense . . 




54 


2700 




117 


7190 


< 'arulinianum 




54 


27H1) 




50 


2132 


caudigemm 


46 


116 


7120 




120 


7842 


iiv"p!.ilum 

iatitulium 


47 


117 


7168 






2043 




54 


2769 










44 


114 






84 


5086 


ViVinicuin" '" 




122 


74-10 

3740 




50 


24 "^ 


Aselepias aizoides ^ 


12 


82 

1 


^20 


nympW-iMhmi !. ', 50 


L05 

120 


0440 


Douglas!!" ... 

ex Virginia 


4 


21 
39 


1181 

1028 
4418 


SSslE 1 ::: 1 


i 


4'!sm 


hybrida ' 




L 29 


'B 


^~' l p ,Lm 


2 


222J 


Nivea ..'. '.". 
P rocera 


n 


m 


11.SI 




49 

10 


1S9 


3f a ::: 






\B 


t ii c 1 t n. — 


Ii' 


2824 


W-yi i magno flore . 


_ 




1 40 


Triphyllmn v. Zebri- 






Asimina triloba 


20 




5854 


11111,1 — 


24 


950 


As J°g am 


— 




3018 






umbellata 
Asparagus sethiopi 



120 ; 7738 Alpinus 
126 7733 | alwartensis 
92 5584 argophvlhis 



- 
spasia epidendroides . 


= 1 


~s 


Chenopodii 

; chrysanthe 
dent at us 


-;"i"U<. divaricata 

■u-liensis. . 
sphodehis acaulis ... 


— 15 ! 

— | 47 i 
44 114 


214(1 

7004 


diplostephi 
i ferrugineus 



laevigata 



Ramosus 



— 


w 


V.Tk' 


Tat, | 


™ 


SSl - 


Aster Piccolii 


55 


125 


7669 Astranthuscocliincliin- 






Eeflexus 




23 






53 2659 


Sikkimen&is 




56 


2942 Astrantia Africana ... 




20 775 


7 


77 


4557 Epipactis ... 


54 


124 75S5 


Strachevi 


42 


11 2 


6912 


helleborifolia 


— 


38 1558 


tanacetifolius ... 


8 




4624 


heterophylla 




38 1553 








33 






38 1553 




58 


128 


7825 


orientalis '.'.'. '.'.'. 




38 


1553 


tomentosus ... 


28 98 5973 


Astrapaea mollis 


7 


77 


457S 


Townshendii 


35 105 6430 






76 


4544 


Tradescanti 


5S 128 7825 Wallichii ... 




51 


2508 




5S 128 , S25 Astrocaryum aureo- 








Asterostigma Luseh- 
natliianum 


28 ! 98 5972 Bo^iTanum 


4'.! 
49 


119 
119 


7277 




48 i 118 7242 . rostratum 


10 


80 


4778 


Asterostoma asperum 


14 84 5085 Astroloma humifusurn. 


— 


35 


1439 


inenuis ... 










Davidii 


59 129 ! 7892 Asvstasia Coromande- 


1 


71 


41// 


pi ? nata 


13 


83 


4959 


liana 


2 


72 


4248 


Astragaloides 




48 


22(11 






75 


4449 


alpina purpurea . . . 
Astragalus albidus 




22 


848 


scandens 


5 


75 


4449 


— 


60 


8268 


violacea 


27 


97 


5SS2 


alopecuroides 
Alopecurus 
brachy carpus 




59 


3193 
3193 


Atamaram 


7 


77 
58 


4580 
8005 




49 


2335 


annua 




49 


2270 


caule erecto 


- 


51 


24*8 


A tract uiis 




46 


2095 


dealbatus 




60 


3268 


Atractylidis facie 




46 


2095 




— 22 


848 


Atractylis foliis caiti- 








g°laucus aiS .. _ Z 


— j 60 


8268 


lagineis 


— 


47 


2142 


humilisSeri'vllifulii^ 


— ! 49 








47 




lotoides ... 


— 53 

- 33 


266)5 
185U 


oppositifolia 

Th'ophrastietDios- 


"" 


43 


1844 


Alonspessulanus ... 


— 11 


375 


coridis 




47 Z142 




— ! 22 


848. 






47 2142 


onobrychis v. teni- 


Atragene Alpina v. 






folius 








orientalis 


2335 alpina 


— 


4 :"' 15 Si 


perennis 


V" }*'■* ;V"!:" caiia 


z 


15 580 


polycephalus 


54 124 7622 clematides 


~ 


11) 716 
15 530 


proeumbens 


— 60 3263 Japonic* 


3 


78 4841 
45 1951 


SinST" 


— 1 33 1350 Atraphaxis Muschke- 


- 




stipitatus 

tenuifolius 


— i 50 2380 towi 

— i 50 2380 Atriplex orientalis . . . 

— 53 1 2665 sylvestris 


51 


121 7485 
■27 1065 




8 i 276 




j — ! 60 i 3268 : Atropa biflora 


1 


71 4192 


villosus '.'.'. '.'.'. 


1 — 


1 51 


2483 


| foliis geminatis ... 


— 


19 


731 





V-.l.n 


Vol. of 




_ 




— 







L h ;;;:.i 




la., 




);;';;.' 


V..C 


Tab. 


Atropa phvsaloides 


_ 


51 


2458 




Hal M'ana Disticha 


- 


17 


626 


Aucuba Japonica . . 






1197 


plicata 


- 


16 






21 


91 


5512 


purpurea 




26 




Augusta grandiflora!'. 






4 138 






109 




Auiu.-oj.hyllum Wal- 
Aurelia Broussoiineti'i! 


44 


116 


71.« 


^''''trln'r 






6585 


Ainvliana ( 'anadensis . 






L333 


Stricta /.'rnrta 




17 


621 








11 til 










ursi carnei colons .. 




24 


942 










„ Hore coeruleo . . . 


— 


25 


236 

987 


Sulphurea ... 

Tubinora 




18 


l m 






7 


23(5 










„ quarta 


— 


24 


942 


Villosa ..'. 




10 


583 


» virginiana 






12 


Ibu-bbousia myrtifolia 












48 


22(19 


Bacularia monosfa<-hva 






6644 


Azadirachta indica . . . 


_ 


27 


10(5(5 


Baea hygrometrica ... 




105 










4728 


punctata 


10 






calendulacea r.erocea 




41 


1721 


violacea 


12 






„ v. flammea 


— 


47 


2143 


Baeckia camphorata . 


— 




2694 






62 


3431) 


Chinensis 










13 


83 


5005 


frutescens 








crispiflora '.'.'. 


9 


79 


4726 


saxicola 


_ 


59 


3160 


dilatata 


55 


125 










2127 


hybrida enneandra. . 




49 


2308 


Basobotrys indica 


_ 


46 


2052 


indica 




36 


1480 


i ttncea ... 




120 








51 


2509 


Halaustia'tiorepleno... 






1 832 








2007 


Balbi>ia peduncularis . 


31 


101 


6170 








2001 


vertirillata... 


31 


101 


0170 


,, v. aliorum . . . 




60 




I»al> aiiiina cucumerina 








i^';^ 


27 


58 


3100 


fasciculata 


8 


11 


2455 

4631 


ledifolia 8 










s 


7s 


4031 


„ r.phcrnieea 












120 




linearifolia 












43 


1853 














no 




















mid iflora r. Cocci nea 
















occidentals 


13 












! 


ovata 
















Pontica 
















„ >: albitiora 








I'.aiik-i.-i it- inula 






2071 


st-rpvllifolia 




122 




asplfiiiilulia 






28 


















Azara Gilliesii 


16 


86 


5178 


orica-tVilia .. ... 








Azaroli species ramis 
















spinescentibus 






2314 










Azedarach 
















Azorella lanceolata . 




61 


3334 


niarcescens 









1 




Vol of 1 




Vol. of 


Vol. of 




. 


,,, h Of 














<,ri, s 


\Vork 




Series 


Work 




Banksia marginata v 








Bartonia decapetala . . . 


_ 


36 


1487 


microstachya . . . 




45 










5483 








Basella tuberosa 






4017 


microstachya 


— 


45 


11)47 


3aselraan major 


— 


24 


040 


occidentalis 


~ 






J.c-ila-a coronata 








oleasfolia 


__ 




2770 










Eobur ... ... 






2S03 


punctata ... 












240(3 


iiis ovatis .. 




14 




semefolia 




53 


2071 


Basyleophyti . 












53 


2671 


Augusti 


14 


84 


5080 


serratifolia. . . 




53 


2071 


Batemania Burtii 


28 


98 


0003 




__ 


58 


31152 


Colleyi 




67 


3818 




12 


82 


4001} 


gnmd'irlora 


22 


92 


5507 


Victorias '.'.'. ['.'. 


12 


50 


2770 
2400 
4000 


Hatsehia cnnescens ... 
Battatas de Canada . . . 


4 


74 
74 


4380 
4380 


Baobab 






2701 


Bauera Rubioides .... 


— 


19 


'715 


Baptisia bracteata . . . 






noun 






128 




■ 


27 




.V.N HI 


Candida 


41 


111 


0818 




58 


3121 




49 


119 


7312 


BarbaJovis 


- 


44 


1027 






128 


7800 


JovisCretica 






2576 


corymbosa ... 




108 




„ cytisifolio . . . 






1002 


I'uli'is bilobis 


— 


41 


1708 


„ triphylla . . . 






990 ! 


forfieata 


- 


66 


3741 


Barbaeenia purpurea . 




54 


2777 


Galpini 


52 


122 


7404 




1 


71 


413.) 




30 


11)0 


0080 


, . 


41 


111 


0700 


non aculeata 


— 


41 


1708 


\Utvk riaelegans 


10 




4784 


petiolata 








Lindleyana 




100 


01108 


porrecta 








spectabilis 




70 


4004 


purpurea 








Barleria cristata . . 







1015 










flava 




70 


4113 


tomentosa v. glabra 








Mackenii Z 


26 


96 


:>02s 


variegata ... 


49 


119 


73I2 








4113 










repens 


43 


113 


6954 


Bay- Kerry-Tree 




30 


1230 


Barnadesia rosea 
































Barosma crenulata . . 


— 




3413 


: hampieri . 








Barringtoniaaeutangula 


50 


120 




decussata 




4 - 


i.y'i'i' 


















insignia 


50 


12l» 




splniidens 


48 


1 18 


l~) ' .. 


raeemosa 




120 


7337 


; ,;- t " -■■■■■>■■<■•■■'>■• 








!., :■ : ' !■::■ ..:<...- 


n 


120 


7450 


M.ithewsii 


13 


1 


f,; :i 


Lindleyana ' '..'. 


51 


121 


74v! 


"nmata 


13 


% 


^25 


I':::" :.-. ' • 






3649 


al o-coccinea 


I 


" ] 


4172 





ra of 


vol or 






•ol.o. 


v ,,, , (1 




^ ' \ 


w.M'k 


Tab. 




- 1 - 




Begonia angularis . . . 


58 


128 


7842 


Begonia minor 


_ 


69 


1046 




29 


99 


6039 






64 


3)564 


baccata 


22 


92 


5554 


inultinerva 


17 


87 


:^t\ 


Baunianni 


58 


123 


754D 


Natulensis 


11 


81 


isn 


Beddomei 


40 


110 


6767 


nigro-venia 


17 


87 j 


:,-2:^ 


l)ist'lT;ita 


9 


79 


4746 






69 


4046 


Boliviensis 


23 


93 


5657 


obliqua 


— 


69 


L046 




16 




51S2 


octopetala 




6 1 






5 


75 


lis:: 






.v. 


"J- 16 


Clarkei ... 


28 


93 


5675 


Pearcei 






3720 






69 


3990 


21 


91 






58 


128 


7842 


phyll'Muaniaca 


17 








27 




5897 


picta 






2962 


cyclophylla " 


43 


113 







15 




5102 


Davisii 


32 


1(12 


6252 


platanifolia 




64 


3,59 1 


de Cochabamba . . . 


53 


123 


7540 


prismatocarpa 


18 




581)7 


dipetala 




55 


2S49 


punctata 


13 




4983 


diversifolia 






29li6 


purpurea 




69 


1046 


Evansiana 




36 


1 173 


reniformis ... 










55 


125 


7673 


Rex 


15 






falcifolia ] " 


24 


94 


5707 


rosseflora 


28 






Fischeri 




63 


3532 


rubricaulis 








frigida 


16 




:,160 


rubro-venia 


9 


79 


},>«) 


fuchsioides 


3 


73 


42S1 


sanguinea 








geraniifolia 

■ 




62 


3387 


scab rid a 


5(i 




7847 




92 


5583 


Scharffii 


44 


ill 


7028 


24 


94 


5695 


sernpL-riiorens 


— 


5 b 


2920 




17 


87 


5256 




5o 






glaucophylla 

Gr ftl 1 


48 


118 


7219 










IS 


83 


1984 




37 


107 




hastata 


58 


128 


7S42 


Sutherlandi 


24 




5689 


Hemsleyana 


55 


L25 


7685 


Thwaitesii 


^9 


-M 


4692 


heracleifolia 




62 


8144 


umbraculifera . . 




122 




„ v. nigricans 


13 


83 


4983 


t undulata 


— 


81 


-'r'J 


herbacea 


29 


99 


61189 








hernandiasfolia 
hydrocotylifolia 


8 


l~ 


1676 


Veitchii 


55 


125 


7'!;57 


— 


69 




Wuyvneriana 


14 




1988 


insignis , 


42 


112 


6899 


xanthina ... 


8 




iU 


Koezlii ..'. 


40 


1 1 


C75S 


r. Lazuli . 


''"' 




'-'!".'> 


Kunthiana 








„ v. pk-tifolia 








laciniata ... 


13 


83 


5021 








1433 
1717 


longipes 


15 


85 


5107 
3001 


I I.-i-tria toaretata 

b Belvisiana 


= 9 


1 


lucida 




87 


5284 








1717 


Lyncheana 


4ii 


110 




! Vogeliana 


1 9 




Mannii 


20 




5484 










Meyerii 

microptera 






4100 


jBellevalia 




\T 




13 


83 


4974 


mu.searoides 


- 


| 128 


m 





-nl. of 


Vol. of 






Vol. of 


Vol. of 






















Serie 8 


Work 






S,ri,s 


Work 




pR-lIev;ilia paradoxa . . 


59 


129 


7873 


Berberis cretica 


38 


108 


6646 




59 


129 


7873 




7 


77 


4590 


Bellevallia azurea ... 


41 


111 


6822 


dictyophylla 


58 


12S 


7888 


IMIidiastrum alpinum 




30 


1196 




36 


106 


65(15 


Bellis Africana 


17 


87 


5252 




45 


115 


7075 






47 


2174 


f;isi;ir;ilaris 




50 


2396 


carulea '.'.'. '.'.'. 




48 


2256 








8919 


hortensis 




7 


228 




3 


73 


4808 


integrifolia 


— 


62 


3455 


•T:ip..uica 


11 


81 


4852 


Leucanthemum an- 










3 


73 


4898 










Lveiu.ii' ..[ [.'. 


45 


115 




major 


— 




1196 


nervosa 


— 


68 


8949 


maritima 












50 


2896 








1196 




37 


L07 


6573 






47 


2174 




38 


108 


6646 






7 


228 


Thunbergii 


46 


116 


7116 






47 


2174 


38 


108 


6646 


Perennis v. major... 




7 


228 




46 


116 


7116 


polyclonos 




49 


2276 


Wallichiana" 






4656 










Berckheya ciliaris ... 




46 


2995 




29 


99 


6015 


fruticosa ... 




43 


1844 






30 


1196 






43 


1844 






51 


2511 






46 


2994 


Belonites suceuleata... 


21 


91 


5543 


Bergkias '." 
Berkheya Adlarai . . . 




25 


1994 


Beloperone ciliata . . . 


27 


97 


5888 


53 


L23 


7514 


violacea 


17 


87 


5244 


Berlandiera pumila . . . 


55 


125 


7689 


Belutta-areli 




43 


1799 




55 


125 


7689 






46 


2982 


i l.ulbusa 




51 


2196, 


-Kaka-Kodi 


52 


122 


7492 


casrulea 


48 


118 


7249 


-poli-tali 


— 


27 


1073 


capensis 


__: 


13 


458 


-pola-taly 




48 


2208 


graminea 




13 


464 


Belvidere 




20 


754 


indis folio 




3 


94 


Bem-Schetti 




51 


2505 


palmse folio 




18 


i^r> 


:V;igif.;:r;i 


8 


78 


4641 


Bertolonia guttata . . . 


21 


91 


5524 


Berberidop- 


18 




5343 


maculata 


6 


76 


455 i 


Berber! s angulosa . . . 


45 


115 


7971 


primulseflora 


2(5 


96 


5818 






52 


2549 


Beschorneria bracteata 


88 


108 


6641 




8 


78 


46.56 


Decosteriana 


40 


110 




aurahuacensis 


45 


115 


7075 


Tonelii 


30 


100 




Bealei 


11 


81 


4852 


tubiHora 


8 






„ v. planifulia 


11 


81 


4846 




38 


108 


6641 


Belstaniana 


46 


116 


7116 


Wrightii ..'. 


57 


127 




luxitulia 


36 


106 


6505 


yuccoides 


16 


86 


5298 


Chinensis . 


37 


107 


657:1 


iBesleria bicolor 


2 


72 


4216 






L08 


6646 


dichrons 


2 




4216 


chitri'a . . " 


9 


52 
79 


2549 

474 1 


^ o r d a o y ra 


34 


L04 

77 


6841 
4583 


congestiflora 


40 


110 




Tragi folio. 







4720 


eongestifolia v. 








melittsefolia 






4729 


liakeoides 


40 


110 


6770 


1 Pulchella 


— 


28 


1146 





VoL ,» 


Vol. of 






Vol.., 








■ixi 


v: ii „. 






si";:.: 


3& 




Besleria scandens 


_ 


57 


3037 


Bignonia spectabilis . . . 


_ 


46 


2050 


umbelluta 




28 


nit; 




59 


3101 


Betonica Grandiflora.. 




19 


700 


Telfairia? .'..' 






2076 






47 


2125 


tomentosa 


8 


78 


4666 


italica 




47 


212.-. 




15 


85 


5091 






1115 


0405 






37 


1511 


taliscoriaceife 


— 


14 


503 


urucu foliis 


— 


27 


1004 


BiakfMondo 




27 


1003 






46 










1127 


Bikukulla chrysantha 


60 


130 




Bidens caroliniana . . . 




51 


2451 


I'.illanli.ra fusi'furniis . 












39 


1027 


lon.mtlora 






1507 


i'rutescens 




46 


2002 


inutal.ilis 




32 


1313 






46 


20(52 


Scandens 




21 


Sill 


striata 


— 


59 


3155 


BillbergiaBaraquiniana 


43 


113 


6937 






51 


2451 




17 


87 


5270 


Biti i iria aurantiaca. 




64 


3597 






56 


2892 


bella 




108 


002S 




43 


113 


6937 


Dallemagnei 

H.-.iw.nu 


52 


122 


7401 


Euphemiae 


38 


108 


0032 


8 




4020 




14 


84 


5000 


tyrianthina 


52 


L22 


7461 


macrocalyx 


15 




5114 


r.il ■ r' :l lbida ... 


58 


128 


7851 




39 


109 




2 


72 


4236 






105 


6423 




22 


864 




21 


91 


5502 






27 


1004 


pallescens '.'.'. '.'.'. 


34 


104 


0342 




53 


123 


7510 




34 


104 


0342 


Capreolata 


~ 


22 


864 


polystachya 


39 


90 
109 


5447 

0070 


guinea 


36 


106 


0501 


Sc e ane a Sea ' 


— 


61 


3304 


Catalpa 




27 


1004 


SI 


81 


4883 




38 


108 


0011 




23 




5647 


rlaynii 


— 


47 


2148 


Thyrsoidea 


9 


79 


4 < 50 


Cherere 


53 


123 


7510 




17 


87 


5270 






34 


130S 


Wethenlli". 


11 


M 


4s:55 


coiei 11813 ;;; '.'.'. 




55 




Wiutiana 


34 


L04 


o:U2 




2 




4210 




14 


84 


5087 


crucigera 


36 


L06 


6501 


Biscutella Hispida ... 


— 


51 


2444 


foliis ovati-i.il; t-u- 












35 


1456 




58 


128 


7851 






35 


1456 


fruticosa 






3191 


Blakea foliis ellipticis 




13 


451 


tulva 


L2 


82 


4896 


Trinervia 




13 


451 


grandiflora 




34 


1398 


i aurea . . . 


25 


95 


5809 




57 


3011 


cordata 




20 


754 


Keren ... '. '.'. 


53 


123 


7516 


Cunninghamii 


24 


04 


5734 


Pandora '.'.'. ... 




22 




flammea 


10 


80 


4819 


pandoraua 




22 


865 


„ v. princeps 


32 


L02 


0209 


pandorea ... 


— 


22 


865 


nobilis 


— 


45 


2003 


purpurea 


25 


95 


> 


princeps 


32 


102 


0209 


Kadicans 




14 


485 


Blattaria flore pur- 








rugosa 


40 


116 


7121 


pureo 


~ 


' 2 i 


^'.' 


speciosa 


— 


68 


388S 


pereimis 


~~ 


23 





— 


;r 


l!x' 




— 


■::: 




- 


Blattaria purpurea . . . 




23 


885 


Bolbophyllum Rhizo- 








Bleclmum Lanceola . . . 




60 


324D 


pborae 


18 




5309 


lanceolatum 




60 


3240 


umbellatum 


2 


72 


1207 


Ion iii folium 


_ 


55 


2818 J 


l'oldra fragrans 


44 


114 


( 024 


ppus glan- 








Boldoa fragrans 


44 


114 


7024 


ilulosus 


42 


112 


6856 


Bollea coelestis 


35 


105 


0458 


Bletiaacutipetala ... 




60 


3217 


Lalindei ... 




103 


6331 


autumnalis 




67 


3S17 


HoltoTiia asteroides ... 




52 


•ir>:,i 




_ 


68 


31101) 


glastifolia 


— 


50 


2381 


graminifolia 


40 


119 


7284 


Bomarea acutifolia v. 








grand iflora 


23 


93 


5007 


punctata 




67 




longipes 


53 


123 


7541 


acutifolia v. Ebrben- 








Masuca 




76 


4541 


bergiana 


35 


105 


6444 


Parkinsoni 






3730 


Caldasiana 


20 


90 


5412 






63 


3518 


chontalensis 


27 


97 


5927 


prsestans ... ... 


21 


91 


5498 


conferta 


39 


109 


6692 


Shepherdii 




61 


3319 


densiflora 


21 


91 


5531 


Sberrattiana 


23 




5040, 




48 


118 


7317 


speciosa 


23 


93 


5667 


patacocensis 


39 


109 


6692 


Tankervilliae 




41 


1924 


Simplex 








tuberculosa 


49 


119 


73D7 


r>i,mba\ carolinoides... 




34 


L412 


Woodfordii 




54 


2719 


occidentale 




01 


3300 




_ 


68 


3900 


pentandrum 


— 


61 


3360 


Blitum africanum . . . 




50 


2370 






32 


L303 


americanum 


_ 


24 


931 


Bonatea speciosa . . 


— 


50 


2926 


Virgatum 




8 


276 


Boiigardia Cbrysogo- 








1 >!« ■< Hi'i ia aurea 




97 


5896 




32 


102 


6244 


];iu;!i. nOacliia chuqui- 








Olivieri 


32 


102 


0,344 




31 


101 


0143 


Ramvolfii 


32 


102 


6244 


(Caiophora) contorta 
insignis 


30 


100 

55 


6134 
2865 


Borago laxiflora 


- 


43 


1738 
7 


multinda 




64 


3599 


Zeyknica '.'.'. '.'.'. 


10 




1820 


Bocconia eordata . . 




44 


1905 


I'm rbonia eordata 




47 


313S 


Boguldea erecto flore 
Bohealaxa 




25 


1009 


Crenata 




8 


274 




59 


3148 


nis.-itulia 




47 


2128 






19 


734 


villosa 




60 


3216 


Hum barba- 








Boronia anemonifolia 


— 


70 


1052 




17 


87 


5288 


crenulata 






3915 




17 


87 


5288 


elatior 


33 


103 


6285 


Beccarii 




Hi7 


0)507 


Fraseri 


— 


70 


4052 


Calamaria 






t088 


beteropbylla v. bre- 








Careyanum 


1 


71 


410,0 


vipes 


11 


111 


6845 


cupreum ... 


18 




5: ilii 


megastigma 






Dayauum 


3D 


1DD 


011D 


pinnata 






lemniscatum . . 


28 


98 


590,1 


semifertilis 












76 


453,2 




29 






Neilgberrense ... 


14 


84 


5050 


Borrago crass ifolia . . 




112 




pavimentatum ... 


18 


88 


5329 


Bossiaea he1 


— 


28 


1144 


psittacoglossum . . . 


19 


>•;. 


5408 


Lanceolata 




28 


L144 


reticulatum 


22 


92 


5605 


linopbylla 


— 


51 


2431 





■nl of 


Vol of 






Vol. of 


Vol. of 






! ' 


Work 


Tab. 






$;r 




Bossisea prostrata . . . 




36 


1493 










scolopendra 
tenuicaulis 






1235 


aculeata 




43 


L808 




68 


3805 


^randonia 


47 


117 




virgata 


_ 


60 


3986 


'.rassaiwpsis connuens 


44 


114 


70(18 






29 


1154 


3rassavola cordata . . . 








B thiinchilusbellus... 


38 


108 


6628 


cuspidata 


— 


60 


3722 


Botryanthusparadoxus 


59 


129 




Digbyana 






4474 


Botrychium dauci- 
















18 




5340 


giauca 8 ::: ::: 








subcarnosum 


18 




5340 










Botryodendron lati- 
folium 








nodosa 








27 


97 


5932 


Perrinii 








Botryogramme Ivar- 








tuberculata 


— 


i)(} 


2878 




16 


86 


5159 








4()2l 


Boncerosiacai 


40 


119 


7274 


Brassia oaudata 






3451 


Maroecana... 




100 


6137 


Lanceana 








umbel lata 


40 


119 


7274 


„ v. viriditlora 






3704 


Bouchea psendogervao 


32 


102 


(1221 


Lawrenciana v. long- 








J'»"ii-:.iinvilloea glabra 


10 


80 


4811 


issima 


25 


95 


5748 


Peruviana 


10 


80 


4811 






41 


169] 


pomacea 


10 


80 


4811 


Wraya3 


— 


00 


4003 


spectabilis 


10 


80 


4811 


Brassica arvensis 






3007 




10 


80 


4811 


lioides 






4047 


Boussingaultia ba^-1- 
loides 








suffruticosa 






3007 




64 


3620 


Bravoa Bulliana 


51 


121 


7427 


Bouvardia longitlora. . . 

splendens 


2 


72 


1223 


geminiflora 




79 


4741 




66 


3781 




38 


108 


0047 


triphylla 




43 


1854 


Hiwuortia Ida-maia... 


26 


96 


5857 


Buwvnia spectabilis ... 


19 


89 


5398 


sia Owarien- 










28 


98 


6008 




9 


70 


4717 


Bowiea volubilis 






5019 


■- 




10 


357 


Brachychiton Bidwilli 


15 


85 


5133 


r.r.»lin-M capitata ... 


27 


97 


5012 


discolor 




108 


6608 




26 


96 




Iu-achvcome iberidi- 
folia 












56 


2S77 






3876 


Pou-lasii 

i 

(Triteleia)Howellii. 


42 


112 


6907 


xanthocomoides 




62 






56 


2877 


Brachyloma erianthum 


.10 


120 


70(17 


44 


114 


6989 


am confertum 

Brachypappus Smith ii 


29 


00 


6018 


Ixioides 




50 




53 


123 


7531 


multi flora 


28 


98 


5989 


Brachysema aphyllum 
lanceolatum 


I 


78 


4481 

1652 


?oiubiiis a ::: ::: 


2S 
30 


98 
100 


0123 


latifolium 






2008 


Bromelia Ananas . . 






1554 


melanopetalum 


30 


100 
100 


6114 
6114 


ht-metiana 


50 


56 
L20 


2892 

7340 


; rhasylvatica 

zeylanica 

BrachystelmaBarberige 


47 


117 
117 


7190 
7190 


longifolia 


46 


110 
59 


7148 

;!l><; 


22 




5607 

3i hi; 


nudieaulis 


z 


42 

42 


1732 

1732 


tuberosa 

(see note) 


~ 


49 
19 


2343 




23 


42 

93 


5647 





■„,.,f 








j-ol... 


V..I.cf 






IX 


& 






: 11 ';:: 


Wo£' 




Bromelia sylvestris . 




50 


2392 


Buchnera Viscosa . . . 


_ 


7 


217 






53 


2080 


Buchneria coccinea ... 




11 


374 


■ ^Iii-tris . 


— 


69 


4001 


ooprosmoides 


— 


11 


361 


Broughtoniaamaena... 






3021 


i populnea.. 




100 


0507 




— 


03 


3530 


Buddlea brasiliensis. . . 


— 


54 2713 


sanguinea 






3070 












63 


3536 


Globosa 






Broussonetia papyri- 








madagascariensis 












50 


2358 


tsiatica 


33 






Browallia Demissa . . . 






1136 


Colvilei 


51 


121 


7449 


elata 






34 


crispa 


10 






grandi flora 




58 


3009 






103 










4005 


Neemda 


33 


103 




speciosa 


3 


' 73 


4339 


salicina 


33 


103 


6323 


Brovvnea antioquensis. 


45 


115 


7033 


subserrata 




103 


6323 






10(5 


040.9 




33 


103 


0323 


Birsyliellii'"' '.'.'. 




08 


5908 


variabilis .'.'.' 


54 


124 


7009 




— 


69 


3964 


virgata 


33 


[03 


0323 


grand iceps... 


11 


81 


4830 


. 


32 


102 


0239 




45 


115 


7033 


obtusifulia 


32 


L02 


0239 


Princeps 


30 


L06 


04011 


Hueiveria stellata ... 


34 


104 


(S370 


Brown! eea ccerulea . . . 


49 


119 


7301) 


Buffel-Horn ... ... 




49 


2339 




49 


119 


7309 


Buglossum angusti- 








madagascariea 


40 


119 


7309 


iblium 




44 


1897 


Brugmansia eximia 




85 


5111)2 






48 


2197 


fioribunda 




70 


4118 






49 


2349 


parvillora 


— 


70 


4118 


foliis linguiforuiiOu- 








'.-■■ 




45 


2014 


asperis 




48 


2197 


foliis ovatis 






2014 


italicum flore caeruleo 




48 


2197 


raagno flore 




45 


2014 


lusitanicum 




47 


2119 


Brunfelsia Americana. 




11 


393 


urientale 




15 


515 








4583 








1608 


tiorealbo '.'.'. '.'.'. 


— 


11 


393 


sylvestre 


— 


39 


1608 


nitida /•. Jamaicensis 


3 


73 


4287 






44 


1897 


Hi ini-\ igia falcata ... 
Josephinse 




35 


1443 






49 


23 49 


— 


52 


2578 




— 


48 


2197 


multiflora 




39 


1619 


Bake... '.'.', '.'.'. 




18 


092 


■ - - 




78 


4670 


iBulbine asiatica ... 




27 


1073 


Ebenus 


s 


78 


40,70 


australis 


_ 


57 


3011 


Bryonia quinqueloba. . 




43 


1820 


caulescens 




21 




on ealyci- 








Muckenii 












34 


1409 


semibarbata 






3129 




58 


128 




jBulbocodium peduncu- 








proliferum 


L5 


85 


5147 


lis nudis 








Bubon G-albanum . . 




51 


2489 


8 ? 


29 




0012 


Bucanephyllon Ameri- 


- 








_ 


6 5 


"l53 


lincco crenata 








i:uVi."l^11um'aurico: 


60 


130 


7938 


Buchnera Canadensis . 


— 






burfordiense' '.'.'. 


.'-7 


l'J, 


77^7 





cJvc.ofj 




Znf 


. 


■ " 


m™ ; 





'™ 




Bulbophyllum como- 


1 I ! 


'alalia cvlindriflora . .. 


is 


US 7-2-11 




49 119 7283 


Hayworthii 








60 L30 7i*:>s 








grandifloruin 


57 127 | 7787 


ivclinata 


4s 




longiflorum 


2 72 4237 


tomentosa 










Cacara perennis 


— 


1 1 380 


macrantlmm 


47 117 7208 




12 


82 1945 


Peebei 


49 1 L9 7286 


Caecinia Celsii 


42 


112 os70 




41 I 111 




r ^ i,Ut - ll 1 ■ 






Weddelii ... 


CO 130 


7 li. IS 








Bulbosa Africana 






io7r. 








15 nil. us eriophorus ... 
liliaeeus 


- 


21 


111(1 


debilis 

rylindricus 


z 


01 3301 




__ 


24 


935 


taseiculatus 


— 










1200 


ferox 


45 




Bul.wia insignia 


4 


74 1 4364 


flagelliformis 


— 


J J 7 






4 134 | funalis 






eordifolium ... 




40 1637 1 grandiflorus 






— 


63 3466 i melocactus 


~ 




belianthoides 










orientale 


— 1 43 1 1836 


Napoleoais 


z 


:>s 1^7 


speciosum 




: 03 


1 0103 


n.ibilis 
ODuntia ... 




as 1557 



Burbidgea natida 

nitida 
Burcbellia bubalina 


Burr'ielia 


S" 


- 


pulcbella 


snbalj 


na i".: 



- 



11 
11 


49 
49 

81 
81 


4 


66 
42 
74 


; 4: > 


113 
74 


50 


14 

120 


8 


128 
128 


45 


115 
100 


29 


9g 






- 


*53 




58 




58 


46 


116 




58 


46 


116 



— 


H 


;;: ' 




— 


B 


is 


T ., 


Cadi a Ellisiana 


39 


109 


6685 


Calampelis scaber . . . 


35 


105 


0408 


Cffilogyne {see Coelo- 

gjne) 

Csepa sylvestris 








Calanchoe pinnata ... 




34 


1409 












35 


1430 


_ 


35 


1419 


L'al.-tiidriiiia discolor... 


— 


61 


3357 


Csesalpinia Gilliesii . . . 


— 


69 


4006 


grandiflora 


— 


61 


3300 


pulcherrina 




25 


995 


oppositifolia 


45 


1J5 


7051 


■ contorta . .. 


30 


100 


0134 


speciosa 




62 


33/0 


Cajanus bicolor 


35 


105 


0440 


Tweedyi 

Calanthe bicolor 




125 


7033 


tlavus 


35 


105 


0,440 


44 


114 


7020 


indicus 


35 


105 


0440 


curculigoides 




100 


0104 


Caladenia alata 


54 


124 


7630 


Dominii (hybrida). . . 


14 


84 


5li42 


angustata ... 


54 


124 


7630 


gracilis 






4(14 


carnea v. alba 


54 


124 


7630 


iBcarienais ... 




127 




Caladium acre 




120 


7304 


Masuca 




76 


4541 


aculeatum 


58 


128 


7817 




41 


111 


0844 


aquatile 


50 


120 


73(54 


pulchra 


30 


100 


0104 


arborescens 


58 


128 


7817 




44 


114 


7020 


bicolor 


_ 


52 


2543 


sylvatica Z 


41 


111 


0844 




16 




5199 




57 


127 




., " ' "'- ■ ■< ■ 


17 


87 


5255 


Veit'chii hydrida '. '. . 


19 




5375 


„ v. Verschaf- 








veratrifolia 




53 


2015 


feltii ... 


17 


87 


5203 








4071 


Chantini 


17 


87 


5255 


viridi-fusca 






4000 


colocasioides 


50 


120 


7364 


Calathea crocata . . . 


58 


L28 


7820 






120 


7732 


leucostachys 


31 


101 


0205 


esculentum 


50 


120 


7304 


picta 


55 


125 


7074 


fragrantissimum . 
grandifolium . . 




01 


3314 


ruiilKirba ... 


53 


123 


7560 


- 


61 


2043 
3345 


tuldspatha 

Veitchiana 


21 
21 


91 
91 


5542 
5535 


nymphaeifolium 


50 


120 


7304 


villusa v. pardina 


13 


83 


4073 


odoratum 




08 


3^35 


Caloeolaria alba . . 


1 


71 


4157 


odorum 






3935 


amplexicaulis . . 


3 


73 


4300 


petiolatum. . . 




66 


3728 


49 


110 


7326 


19 


89 


5304 




— 


58 


3094 


sagittifolium 
saTmentosum 


17 


83 

87 


4080 
5275 


ara°cTnoidea' 


_ 


60 


3255 
2874 


seguinum v. macu- 




52 


2606 




z 


57 

55 


3036 


Veitcliii 


•21 


91 


5407 






56 


2870 


Yerschaffeltii 


17 


87 


5203 


corymbosa 




50 


2118 




50 


120 


730,4 


crenatiflora . . 




60 




violaceum 


50 


120 


73,01 


defiexa 


35 


L05 


0431 




56 


126 


7732 


tlexuosa 








nmuefofium] '.'.'. 




'...- 


5985 


floribunda 




71 


4154 










foliis scabiosai 


_ 


50 


2lo5 


spicua 


32 


102 


0232 


Fotlu-rgillii 


— 


10 


348 


Calamintba 


40 


110 


6750 


fuchsiaefolia 






Calaraintha magno 














More 






208 


Herbertiana 


L9 LI! 


montana 


— 


6 


208 


heterophylla 


— 




•_4t -> 



' u Andium. 

, .^'jlil.l, 
brandtii ... 
Calorhabdos cauloptei 

Calosacme polvear;>a 



lietcropliyl 

Iv.'iVli'-hii 



„ v. floreple 
asanqua ... 



barbata .. 









mfundibuliformis 



■;-choki sub 






punctata . . 
pusilla 

rapuneuluides 



'vol of' Vol of 






--■:■■ 


Vol. of 
















Series Work 






Ser "" 






Canna )e<luneulata - 49 




Cardamindnmampliori 








sanguinea- n Si 


^17 


folio 

quinquefolii folio . . . 


z 


83 


28 
1311 


AVarszewiczii "" 11 SI 


4S.11 


asarifolia.. 


- 


12 


1735 


Cannabis indica ... — : 41 


1710 




s 


m 


70S 














< 'anscora l>arishii ... 20 00 


























Cantua bicolor' 


9 70 


4720 


pcntapliylla 




48 


■J -2 n-J 


buxifolia ... 


















18S0 


pumiia ;:: ... 








ligustrifolia ' 


'" "I ?4 


"i-io 


raph aniridia 


54 


L 13 


''IS 


JS"" ::: 


■■ ! 77 


i'5i 


unifiora .'.' ".' 


24 


oi- 


.1780 


■ " fl '" ' - 56 




a' inula : 




ls 


2210 


; : 


43S0 


Cnrdiaea Melica ... 




43 


1 S.12 














tak-rosa' I' '"' -5 7:5 


4o0l 


ranim foliis 












tornato-ternatis.. . 












Halicacabum 












i 'arduus Acanthus ... 








/l } .atlia ' . 00 l?ill 














724H 


alpinus 


- 


33 


;Z'; 












1554 


>i";-' — .^ 


293 


cbrysantliemusl'iiii- 




















E& dinior- 




Diacantlia 


— 


10 


22*7 


















foliis tenuissime 








floribus rubellis — 2" 


I?, 


s P. iuosis 


h 


51 


^'!; 


Pericliymeimm Oil I oil 


7077 


spharooephaius '.'.'. 


- 


24 


"082 


JS; ;;; ; ~ L l? 


7774 


sphiMsigsimus 




S 


i:?!!i! 


sernpervirens ... — 20 












syriuganthuni ... 00 loll 












Capsicum bicolor ... — 43 


1 2 ~ 


' l1 "' ;. i .' aCL ' ans 


]; 


; 




Bergkia . . — 25 


'mil 




t9 


110 
















i ! ill 


7014 


Fraseriana... 




34 


b00| 


angnstifolia ... 40 L10 












conifeva :]|] Jj*[ 




-ib^'iiHtrtlis '" 


II! 


L fiO 


•{•>74 


saiiudnea '.'.'. '.'.'. 4<i lli» 


i;7o'l 




31 


Uil 


ill 'OS 


,,^lluL ca'.u L .auu: 2!) W 




, | ^ n ^ n!s 




10 




Caraiio^i "! 


... 49 NO 


21S7 


iCarim-Curim "" Z 


I 


43 


, 1S47 



— 


, ; ';.7 






— H 




Cariqphyllata Vero- 








.'ai W hylln. r lnm«in»|- 


■.:: ji 


< rissa'^mdilioi^a 








saxatilis ... 


d:> ills 


' .ivliii Sdiisi.^bncati- 








implex - 




polyeeplialos alba . . . 












Xeranthemoides ... 








spicaiu trumenti re- 




Carludoviea Caput 








j ferens ... 




Mel us* 


35 


'i 


£« 


sylvestris ... — 




Laiu'lieana".'.] ... 
Mievo-cephala 


48 


lis 






-til : '/idM 


rotundifolia 












Carneum floribus car- 








Hast acanthus II 


IN r,?.M> 


Carolin^ialba" '.'.'. 


1 






(aryota Lummj.ii -•• 




macrocarpa 


( > 




4.") U! 


< asparia spec-iosti ■'-> 




























faq.nduntos lueida 


? 


43 


Js'i'; 


aversiilora . . . — 
baliamensis ... — 

biflora — 

bnicteata dd 

j Chamaecrista ... — 


J'l 


cioruleus 




49 


•J2'.i"i 












l'.um 


V ■:■ •' ■- 




lanatus' ... '' 
levis 


li 


g 


l'i,-" 




'l7 7 !'"s 


rigidus 








t'-ondo^a ' ' Id 


li! ma 


SF'" 






i 


liu'ustrina — 

Malabai-ica ^ . — 


||j | 


.'.vonik'iis ' . . 


E 


46 


II 


' fairuuiaV. ' . ±> 

talis ".". — 
( ^assiope iastigiata .. 10 


? ^' 


foliis oblongo-oppo- 






; i 


ampla_ ... 
magmfica . 


;;j |r| 


js! : i 




27 


["!■>■' 


f .istdleja iudivisa 3L 


'id i^i: 



— 








— 


- 


1 ,, ; > ;: 




Catalpa bignonioides.. 




[08 


mill 


Cattleya coccinea . . . 




g 


3709 


Uungei ._. 


11 


[08 


(iiill 


l^wiana 






:»(i"is 


Ka'niptwi'" ::; 


38 


11* 


!i!;!i 






123 


T.Vi'!; 


:||™ 




47 


L 293 


Forbesii 

uranulosa 

guttata, u. lt-ussell- 


11 


84 


5048 


rata" 'turn abruptum.: 




68 


o'.lliil 






06 


3711 


















Hunuvrothi .". 








irkolor ... 








callosum r. grandi- 




7 , 


4219 


Lawrenceana 


^ 


116 


7133 






108 


064 s 


Lindleyana 


20 


!)U 


5441) 










luteola 




84 


:>IU32 


ciav.Tingi": ::: 

tluril.unduiu '.". 


^ 


| 


11 


Mussia' ;;; ;; 


12 


84 




Garnettianum 


















~ 


62 


•■'■lis 


pmnila . . 






:jr,:.ii 


I Mm^i l,11Um ' ' 


n 


iS 


7if; 




21 


» 


g,;5 


V Lindens ' ..'. : 


1 






S,-h.'n,biirgkii .'. 
.. r.parvitlora 


1 


70 


tiii!! 


liu^elliauum ... 


" 


l 66 


''.777 


: . ; tu!jU:iiiorus ::: 




L25 




trift .™ ::: ::: 


- 


3 


^ 


.aancaniii, 
discolor . 


S 


I 


1 


\Yaile>ii .'.. .'.'.' 




'i 


l 


Sb: ^ 


10 


! 


s 












16 






» attleya Acdandia.- 










LO 




4815 



















— 








— H 


\k' 




Ceanotlmsvelutinu* . 


16 




5165 


Centrosolenia bractes- 






buxifolius 


« 


1 


?? 


glabra .'.'.' 6 

Cepaalba ..." 




£5 


orbiculatus 

iVraranthus" 


? 


[| 


! | 


riipt-stris __ 

Cpluu'li^bubalhut ..' ■ 


30 


p 


iM.'tonie.vtulia 

ui-tic^foiia "_ ;;] 




12 


l 


Opb hmtberaRoylean.. !v, 

CepbaTotaxusFortuni'. 'V, 
Cephalotiw follicular!* - 


Z 




glastifolia ... 
£^cephala 


1 


l 


21 42 


JeL^' , ::: Z 


tl 


2?! 


orcbroleuca 

Khapontica 

^.in-a ... ... 


E 


i 


1 


LVmtud.il us '..culatiis! Is 

' dlu'lde's ... ... If, 

Ceratosanthes tuberosa — 


86' 


5159 


mondii ... 
reutaiirinm foliisbinis 


- 


i 


l7 l 


tioruiu ..* ' ... Ill 

LVratoti.uma plumba- 

LVmTotbe". , triloba '" 44 
< 'erbera Aliouai . . — 

Mangbas ..'. '.'.'. \ — \ 


| 


477'. 1 
1779 

4487 



— 








— 




I 




Cerbera Tanghin . . 
Thevetia 




64 




Ceveus scandens ... 


~2 


ino-5 


Bigelovii .'.'" 
crulesceiis 

easpitosus... 


2b 
48 


96 

118 

62 


Tills 

17 


variabilis 

( . nili (lore ex rnbro 


J 


125 


i5 


Irj.tac-anthxis ..'. 

aaldiae '.'.'. 

Mallisoni 

Martianus 


10 


1 


I7"7 


Cumingiana' ... 

elegans 

Clartbieri 

Lushii . ■ 
Monteiroaj 


12 
19 

18 


112 

103 


1 


Paxtonianus ... 




| 


Si* 


Wiuhtu 
Woo.lii 


in 


1 


12l!o 


IV-r.Vett 1 i dU& '.'.'. 
pterogonus 




| 


1 


viri.lillon.im 




12 


[111; 


llu^ellianua' 




66 


«m 


gvacTlis ... 




63 


'■m 



Ohfptogastra lancoolata — •"> ^s:)r, niaiiKvlinon lut 

sarmriitosa . . 2:1 , '.)?> .1ii2!> specioso iloiv 

Chaitaea Tacca ... 4 ( .> ; 11H 72SM> ('haimurlio,! <>i 

Chamas-moly — ! 30 12i>3 pontiea ... 

r] liim a>l.ariafolinl,.sa.. Hi St; .1171 

„ . -17 127 7SH) Chamserhododei 

Chamrobatiaria raffle- berberia fol 

folium -17 127 7Sl(i exoticum ... 

ts flow Co- Chamasrhodode 



— Balis? - 




I 


a ! s ™, 


( heiranthus tristis ... — 10 720 
rides ... ... i:> s:> :,i:-r> 


trine 


a palustris . . . 
lcplaris 


In W 7047 


campanulata 
rampanuloides 


26 96 5830 


( iilur 


pki 




s 



laevigata 


z 


35 


iSt 


Chlorophytum I 

Chondrilla alter 
cterulea . . . 

tinjitana . . . 
Chondrosea calj 

longifolia 


Clielonopsis moschata. 
( "kenopoda monomopa- 

tensia 

Chenopodiumatriplieis 
folio simiato 


17 


48 
87 


222:. 
5231 

H«i41 




( In \>;uithemimi Indi- 



ipyivtlmim 



'.:> ("lm-.j'i 



„ v. Lemininghe: 
Lemminghei 



Chryseis t- 
1 ] > y>i| 



LrciL-uiifiiloidus 
;raminifolia 



officinalis 



1546 discolor 
1546 mtegrifolif 



i* 


» 


17 

; 41 

IT 

Hi 


111 

123 








h;\ 


V„l.o- 












*°* 






~ 




Cineraria Sibirica 




U 


1869 Citrtus ckamaThodo- 














3215 ^ dendros... 




14 


488 












43 


1803 








6120 Fonnosus... 






264 


Cinnamojiium foliis 














latis 














malabaricuni 


— 


























Zeylanica ... 


— 


4li 


2028 ineauus 






13 
















Cirrhn a f'useo-hltea , . 












1 L2 


CiiThopctaluiuCulk'ttii 


% 


J 79 


4753 LeX S ^ ^ 




" 


|j!2 




53 


X | 


li ;±!;r tilolms - 




43 


!2 


graveolens 














Hookeri 














Uacraei 














makoyanum 


48 


118 


7259 sampsucifolius 




k; 


L803 


meJu *«-' 


1: : 


7? 


f' 177 . "■ 






5621 


' ." : ' ;; 


g 


In 


iB ib?i?" us 


[J 


81 


4S7:' 
















TkouarsH ... '..' 


J 


118 


4237 virginiana 




46 


2058 


iimbellatum 






7214 Citharexyloncyanocar- 








Walliekii . 






1366 ^^t..iaponi ? 


i 


117 


ii 
















molle 




oo 


2482 japomca ... 


30 


100 


':!-? 


1 ' k^eunvolvu- 




34 


4658 limomum bergamotta 


[? 


7 


yk 


Mikiaema . .[ ... 


IS 


| 


2488 Margarita 

4763 medica v. acida . . . 


30 


L00 


11 


■'.■' 






5479 trifolia ' ... .*.] 

2443 trifoliata ... 


36 


!:::; 


ii 


' 1 tanclie violaeea ... 






Tit 11 Cladrastisamureiisis.!' 






655] 


. ■- - ■ - ■■■ ■•■- 






627 lutea _ 








'..•'-•' - 


17 




~>'l'i 1 < land Jtina rectitluia 








ckanuerliododenrirus 


- 




175 Olappertunia ficifolia." , 















INDEX 




— 


m 


j 


F 


i ; ■ ,,.... 


'M 


'lju-iuiiL-tt spathulata.. 


i iu 


89 


' 54! H 


Clematis niontana v. 










grandiflora . — 




pulchella 














44 






: 




'laviji. Krnstii 








oreophila 59 




ful-eiis 












macrophylla 


26 






pere-riim . ' — 
















-iiioi(l(.'> 
























; 












JSibirica 


_ 


48 


■2-21:', 


smilacifolia 2 


72 




— 


1 24 


1)41 


1 smilacina ... '.. 2 
















It.'iuatis ;ctl 












^^ktisecta ... 
ba^aVlusii 


= 


| 


B 


sul.peltata 2 

tubulosa 2 

v. Hookeri. 41 

Viorna 

( lematitis altera ' — 


'I 


bttbdhto'.!! 


To 




ml 


peregrina ' . Z 


111 


Mora' .'.." 




69 


8983 


( ' le0 llo h rum LUlgnnUl1 " LS 




calycina 




24 


959 


Cleome arborea '.'.'. — 


(ii 














i.-irrhosa ... ... 

'•<u : uW ... ... 


87 


44 




candelabrum ... — 
srieantea — 


i 



?1 ..,: 


a/iiora 


lb./: 


«nfoha 


Ste^ 


'iiul'in ' 


uZ 


!£? 













V,l... 


y„i..,f 


.,„ 






Wn"' 












Clerodendron mvri- 








( Jnicus Afer 


^287 


















myrmecophila 


oil 


129 


7887 


ci-ul.us asperior 




49 


22'.IS 


















paiiiculatum 


46 


L16 


714J 


Cuiua acuminata '.'.'. 




66 


3780 ' 








i:;:>4 


lutea 








sinnatuin .. 

S2£. 


L8 


1 


714] 


penduliflora 


25 


1 


Si 


trichotomum 








C.blta Uamlens 






851 


umbellatum 

< lrrouYudrum Ira-raus 
macropbvllun, ' 




1 


ls-VI 


( 'ol.urgia coccmca 


24 


94 


li 














67 


:!Sii7 










(Woevpselum discolor 


49 






Cletlira alnifolia r. to- 










49 


L19 




mentosa 








ivpeiis 


49 


119 


7278 


arborea 




'it; 


1 1 157 


('on-..luba t'oliis ..-L-assis 








rilXo-^nituia :.; 




125 


TliS 


grandifolia 




59 


■;!!;!; 


( "' 1 -'-' e ^ l , i( F J )l " tuuel 


5] 


12] 


74'!4 




~ 


76 


4536 


■ Dampieri' ' 








macropbylla 








Oxleyi 
































Clii'tonia 
































'"i'r.' :"■■/:'■; ""~ 


1 


Si 


1 


Cochliopetalum flaves- 

Cochl^tema' Jacobi- 

< '■ .■ii-'maidivieus .. 


16 


s 




■ ^V -,.; : . : , : 


l8 






l^onl^iHordata ' 


19 




5372 


odnrata ° 








rotundifolia /•.grand i- 








( 'lilt - Sati-moides 




J 






| 


i 




Khi! ria' 




L S 




r^hiaJ'alSUitulk 






S^ 


( luvtia alaternuides 
















('hm.numHi^ani, ■ 








corymbosa 


43 






















album 




13 


459 


elate 


13 






Cuicum alpinum 


— 




13btf 


tiaccida .'.'.' "! 


— 









H 






— 




€s| - 


££?''"": : 

(Pleione) Beichen- 

w-iiii.-hii ... .'. 

cJli'.-'iArabr^i' 1 

lienghalensis '.'.'. 

stelinphylla 

Tri flora ... 
<".»il«. t .liyll»im virginia- 

HaiTisunia° . .! 
( /icCuiuBertolonii'; 


12 


| 


1 


raflatus '.'.' 

Macrai 
("ullaiiiaan.linamaroana 

hormla ..'. 

,/ v. Foii'taiK<>ii 


i 





— 


^ ■■ 




™. 


^s ™- 


Colocasia odora 








Commelina speciosa 




^\ 


00 5471 


































violaeea' ... ... 








platyphylla 








iaeoccraea.. 






151 i 


('oniparettia falcate 




13 


83 j 4980 


erassifolia... 


h 


ra 


12.1 


Compsanthusmaeuh 
Conandron ramc 

<lioides ... 
( 'onauthera bifolia 


tus 


39 
12 


10(5 0484 


Harrisii '. 






4330 


Conchocarpas mac 








Kalbreyeil" 




L08 


i;!;33 


ConcLLTde SikJri 


n 


32 


1(12 ' i)2uii 


rotundifolia ' 


15 




5118 


! : onoL^aila?a aClla 




~ 


5* 3o!i7 


seandens 








Conoclmiumiantbim 


urn 


7 


77 | 4574 


Schiedeana 








S^^J'trici 




47 




Colutea aetbiopica . . . 


_ 




5 181 


lal'-ifoliuin 






54 ^ 2724 


















frutescens ... 
















galegifolia 




21 


792 


americana 






:',ll 159(5 


nepalensis . . 
















Xuva-Hollandijo ... 


14 






( 'onvallaria bifolia' 








^r 




13 


907 


oppositifolia 








cnlv^M'^cemosa 




61 


3 


mcemosa .. 




■ 4 


!i 5 


! Illaijtllospliace japo- 








stellate 






26 L043 


!■ /'^locci 1 '"" 


** 


"J 


725s 


.•onvolvilusj-gvpti 






li! wjj 


urn 




56 


21)44 


althffioidea 






111 359 


niic-rupetalum 


22 


92 


5617 


americanus 












46 


21D2 


angustifolius 








Africana... 






1431 


argenteus ... 




- 


4(1 j 359 






41 


am 










corollis aqualibus... 


- 


35 


14:45 


belli 




3 


73 4305 








14:45 


bicolor 








deficiens 


— 




? u i 


Blumei 




20 


90 j 5420 


m-aciiis 


Z ! 




3 17 


ca-rilleus 






-J i{:| 


















procumbens 


__ | 




14:41 


( 'airicus 




_ 


19 ; (599 


radice anacampserotis 




41 


ir»! 15 


eanariensis 






30 I22S 


„ perermi 


— ! 




1481 


candicana 




— 1 


39 1603 





V,,. , f 


Vn..,f 


1 










T.™ 




lab. 








i \> i) vol vnlus capillaceus 


3 


73 4301 Convolvulus tricolor . 






27 


Cneorum 


— 


13 


459 trifolius 




46 


qIS 


euneiformis 


z 


47 


2170 Conyza ^Sthiopioa Z 




45 


1072 


Dahurieus 




53 


2609 Africans 








denticulatus 


20 


90 


5426 i arborescens 








erubescens... 




27 


1067 eanescens 


19 






Falckia 




48 


222S eonspicua 


39 






tilieaulis 


20 


90 


5426 Helichrysoides 








iiliformis 




90 


5426 pinifolia 


19 




•VI 1 2 


flore maxim o 






1603 Gooperia cblorosolen . . 








foliis cordatis 




20 


752 ! pedunculata 








„ inferioribus ... 






1603 Coral carolinensis ... 




22 


877 


„ lanceolatis . . . 


_ 


19 


099 Corallodendron foliis 








„ palm; 1 


— 


19 


699 ternatis 


— 


22 


,s ii 


hastatus 


20 


90 










heptaphyllus 


3 


73 


4305 Corbularia Graellsii . . . 




km; 




_ 


46 


2093 monophylla 


26 


96 


583] 






48 


2205 


Corchorus flore pleno. . 












38 


1572 


japonicus 






1290 




3 


73 


4280 


olitorius 






2810 


Japonicus 


20 


90 


5420 


Plinii 


— 


55 


2810 


Linearis 




9 


289 


Cordia decandra 


33 




13279 




56 


126 


7717 


foliis amplioribus . . . 




21 


794 






13 


469 


„ subovatis 




21 


794 






44 


1039 


glabra 

ipomcea;flora 


25 


95 


5774 


Mauritanicus 


17 


87 


5213 


14 


84 


5027 






20 




nucis juglandis folio 




21 


794 




20 


90 


5420 


Sebestena 


11 


81 


4^8S 


megalorhizos 




44 


1030 






21 








51 


2440 


superba 


11 


81 


4S8S 


nil ... '.'.'. '.'.'. 






188 


Cordyla discolor 


30 


100 


0125 


oceiilentalis 


56 


126 


7717 


Cordyline Australia . . . 


23 


93 




ocellatus 


_ 


70 


4065 


foliis pungentibus. . . 


— 




I2i ;o 


pandunvtus 


— 


39 


1003 


'. 


15 


85 


5099 






44 


103,0 Rumphii ... 








pannifolius 




30 


1228 Sieboldii 


10 


80 


4787 


pentanthus 




47 


2151 Coreopsis aristosa ... 




105 


6462 


peregrinus 


~ 


73 


27 auriculata r. diversi- 


__ 


63 


3,474 


pudibundus 

purpureus 

„ v. elatior. 


3 


25 


4289 coronate '.'.'. 

113 diversifolia 
1005 ferulajfolia 


z 


1 


3400 
3474 
2H59 






41 


1082 filifolia 






3505 


quinquefoliis 




19 


699 foliis linearibus . . . 




46 


2051 






13 459 | lanceolata 




51 


2451 


sepium v. Americanus 


— 


19 732 ■ longipes 


— 


64 


3586 


speciosus 




51 2440 (Tuckermannia) ma- 








tenuifolius Ameri- 








1 02 


6241 




~ 


7 


214 


nudata 


35 


105 


6419 







vol.nr 






Vol of 


Vol of 






















SerieB 


Work 






S,.'n, s 


Work 




Coreopsis senifolia . . . 


_ 


~e7 


3484 


late coxo- 












51 


2112 






64 


3742 


tn'ptfvis 




64 




* 'orfnsa Americana ... 




38 


1589 


verticillata 






156 


foliis ovatis 




7 


236 


Coriaria japonica 


52 


122 


7500 


indica 





38 


1580 






51 


2470 


Matthioli 




25 


987 


Curiniluiii ampliore folio 


— 


26 


1040 


Coryanthes macrantlm 


56 


126 


70,92 


peregrinum 






1040 


maculata 






3102 


Coris caerulea 


— 


47 


2131 


„ v. Parkeri. 


_ 


66 


3747 


juncea apbyllos ... 


— 


48 


2199 


Corydalis aurea 


41 


111 


0)820, 


h-gitima 




5 


178 








3242 






5 


178 


bulbosa 




49 


2340 


M^eHensmm '" 




47 


2131 






57 


3031 






47 


2131 


cau.lata 




60 


3230 


monspeliensis 




47 


2131 






40 


2340 


monspessulana 


— 


47 


2131 


heterocarpa 


41 


111 


0820 


quorundam 




47 


2131 


Kolpakowskiana . . . 


43 


113 


002.1 


Covnus Canadensis ... 




22 




Ledebouriana 


43 


113 


0,040 


capitata 

Florida 


8 


78 
15 


4041 
526 


longiflora 

nobilis 


- 


60 
45 


3230 
1053 


mascula 




53 


2075 


pallida 


41 


111 


682(5 


sylvestris 






2075 


racemosa 


II 


111 


082(5 


Yirginiana 






520 


Sewerzovi 


42 


112 




Cornutia punctata . . . 


— 


53 


2(511 


speciosa 


41 


111 


1582(5 


pyramidata 




53 


2011 


-|>ectal)ilis 

thalictrifolia 






4458 


.! -erialis 


— 


6 


104 


58 


128 


7830 






30 


1215 


tuberosa 




40 


2340 


regalis 




36 


1405 


Wlitorilii 


41 


111 


0820 




53 


2668 


Wilsoni 






7030 


Coronilla caule erecto . 


— 


23 


907 


< 'urylopsi- ! : : 


40 


! in 


0770 


catdibua lignosis ... 




47 


2170 


pauciflora 


56 


120 


7736 






23 


907 


spicata 


20 


90 




Emerus 


— 


13 


445 


Corynocarpus la vigata 


4 


74 


4379 


fberica ' 






13 


< <>ryn.>pluillus Afzelii. 




L27 


77(58 






53 


2646 


leonensis 




127 




maritima 


— 


1 


13 


Corynostylis albiflora . 


28 


98 


5001) 






47 


2170 


Bentbarni ... 




08 


59(50 . 


montana 


— 


23 


007 


. -nensis 


28 




5960 


orientalis 




53 


20,40 


Guyanensis 
Hybantbus 


28 




5900 


Valentina 


— 


6 


185 


28 


98 


50(50 








258 


0'orypha austral is 




103 


6274 








3715 


minor 








Cornea pulcbella 


— 


60 


40-20 


pmnila 






1 134 


speciosa 


z 


42 

42 


1746 

174li 


■ i : llipti<:a. 
Corysantbes lirnbata. . . 


19 




gjg 






11 


1001 


Coscinium fenestratum 








viridiflora 




44 i 1901 


Cosmanthus grandi- 








. . : ; - 


12 


82 j 4012 


1 1 


84 


5029 


reflesa > 




44 1001 


Cosmea bipirmata . . . 
lutea 








Cortaderia jnbata 


54 


124 


7607 




41 


1089 





v; h .; 


v ■;.;.; 










S,ri.- 


'■'■ 


. 11 


"XI w,;"k 




Cosmibuen 








Crassula Bolusii 


31 


101 


(5194 


v. lati folia 


32 


ln2 


15239 


centauroides 




42 


1765 


Cosmos bipinnatus ... 




37 


1535 






14 


495 


diversifolius r. atro- 








Cotyledon '..' 




11 


384 


sanguineus 


17 


87 


5227 


cultrata 




44 


1940 


Costus Afer 


13 


83 


4979 


dichotoma 


7 


77 


4607 


elegans 


27 


97 


5894 


„ 


34 


104 


6401 


igneus 

Malortieanus 


41 


111 


6821 


falcata 




46 


2035 


27 


97 


5894 


gentianoides 


7 


77 


4607 


Cotoneasterlaxiflora... 




63 


3519 




34 


104 


6401 


Cotton ia macros tachy a 


46 


116 


7099 


jasniinea 




47 


2178 


peduncularis 




lit; 


709!) 


I™ 150 ™ 




47 


2178 


Cotula grandis 




L29 


7886 




43 


1771 


( Y>tyledoii Africana ... 


— 


14 


495 


obliqua 


_ 


46 


2035 






52 


201)1 




29 


99 


6044 


itfric-anum ... 




9 


321 


pyramidalis 


^ 


125 


76(55 


arborescens 




11 


384 


quadrangula 


55 


125 


7665 


calyculata 




34 


1409 


retroflexa 




46 


2035 






52 


2572 




7 


77 


4607 






52 


2601 




31 


104 


6101 






35 


1436 




19 










46 


21)44 


r-ivtifJlia ..[ ..'. 


29 


99 


6068 


decussata 




51 


251 s 


32 


102 


(5235 


fascicularis 


22 


92 


5602 


versicolor 




50 


235(5 


filieaulis 


29 


99 


6020 


Crassuvia floripendula 


__ 


34 


1409 


. foliis angustis 




51 


2518 


Crataegus alnifolia . . . 


57 


127 


7773 


„ latis undulatis 


59 


129 


7931 


cocc i n e a 




62 


3432 


„ linearibus ... 




5 


173 


florentina 


51 


121 


7423 


hyllus 




70 


4098 


glabra 




47 


2105 


mamillaris 


29 




15020 


indica ... ' 






1726 


Orbieulata 




9 


321 






49 


2314 


papillaris 


— 


51 


2518 


spicata 


54 


124 


7619 






34 


1409 


Crataegusa cerasi folio 


31 


101 


(5158 


(Echeveriajpulvinata 


59 


129 


7018 


Crataeva capparoides. . . 


— 


16 


596 


purpurea 




46 


2044 






16 


596 


(Echeveria)Purpusii 


50 


126 


7713 


nmscliata 




16 


596 


ramosissima 


35 


105 


6417 


< r.iwt'iirilia fascieulata 


11 


81 




Salzmanni ... 


25 95 


5801 


luteo-viridis 


37 


107 


6530 


t^retitblia 


32 102 


6235 


carinata ... 




51 


2514 




59 129 


7931 


' 




1 


35 




24 94 


56,84 


liiaci-urhiza 




57 




Couroupita Guianensis 


— 59 


3158 


Crescentia arborescens 


— 


62 


3430 


Coxia 12 I 82 


4041 






62 


3430 


( ovolxuel.itl... — Mil 


1613 




10 




4822 


Craspedia glauca ... 17 ! 87 


5271 


Crinodendron Hooker- 








macrocephala 




3415 




47 


117 


7160 


Kichea ".'.'. '.'.'. 


17 ! 87 


5271 


Patagua 


47 


117 


7160 


17 87 




Wcanmn ... 




14 


500 


Crassula albiflora 


— 50 


2391 1 amabile 






1605 


anacampserotis folio 


- 1 


44 


1940 1 


„ v. augustum 


— 


50 


2397 



— I 


ES MRS? 




— 


iC 


H' 


* 


Crinum Americanuni . . . 




26 


_ 

1034 


Crinum proeeruru . . . 


_ 


53 


2684 






30 


1232 


purpurascens 
rhodanthum 


36 


106 


65-5 


angustifolium 


— 


8 


271 


57 


127 


7777 






49 


2352 






53 


2688 




- 49 


2::55 


scaberrinium 




47 


2180 




- ! 52 


2531 


scabrum 




47 


2180 


Asiaticum 


— 27 


li»73 


Schimperi 


51 


121 


7417 






48 


2208 


-j>L<-i"M>simuni 






2217 


Angustum 

Balfourii 




50 


2397 


speciosum 




35 


1430 


37 


107 


6570 






48 


22 J 7 


brachynenia 


27 


97 


5937 


spirale 


— 


34 


L383 


Broussoneti 




47 


2121 


strictum 




53 


2035 


eanipanulatum 
Candelabrum 




49 


2352 






51 


2463 




39 


L619 


tenellurn 




34 


1383 


capense v. riparia . 


— 


53 


2GSS 


urceolatum 


20 


90 


5 J 04 


Careyanum 
caspium 




51 


24.;.; 


Woodrowi 


54 


124 


7597 


7 


77 


L598 


yuccaeflorum 






1171 


confertum 




51 


2522 






31 


1253, 


Declinatum 






2231 






47 


2121 


defixum 




48 


221-s 






24 


923" 


ensifohum 




52 


251)2 






29 


1171 




49 


23D1 






31 


1253, 


Erubescens 




30 


1 232 


Crista Pavonis 




25 


995 


(hybridum) Erube- 








Cristaria 






2102 


scente-Capense . . . 




49 


2336 






40 


1073 


falcatum ... ... 




35 


1443 


< '. •:;: .- :. :;■:•>;- 




41 


1701 


flaceidum 


_ 


47 


2133 


Crociris iridiflora 


31 


101 


6141 


Forbesianum 


37 


107 


(5545 


Croeodylium monspeli- 










37 


107 


6545 






24 


932 


gigaiiteum... 




24 


1*23* 


Crocum mcmtanum . . . 




31 


L267 




16 




52D5 




31 


101 


oiil 


HiMerbrandtii 


39 


L09 


6709 


Crocus aerius 


41 


111 


6852 


humile 




53 


2636 








Mil 


Johnstoni 


58 


L28 


7s 12 


Alexandri 


56 


126 


774)) 


Kirkii 


36 


106 


.1312 






31 


1267 






29 


1171 


annulatus 


31 


101 


6162 






31 


1253 




32 


102 


.••J 11 


leucophyllum 


4«i 


110 


6783 


„ Adamicus 




07 3808 


longiiblium 


— 


is 


661 


Aucheri 


29 


09 0U31 




— 53 


2688 






28 1111 


Macowani... '.'.'. 


34 




6381 




- 


57 


•20S0 


moluceaiiuni 












31 


L267 


Moorei 


1?? 






Balansae 


35 


105 


6416 



plicatuui .. 
podophyllum 



16 86 I 5205 



31 


32 


50 


31 


31 





U,l.„t 


Vol. of ! 






















Series 


Work 1 




Serie. 


Work 




Crocus byzantinus . . . 
cancellatus 


31 


101 6141 


Crocus sublimis 


29 


99 


6036 


30 


100 ! 6103 






24 






31 


101 6176 






34 


1384 


chrysauthus 


31 


101 J 6162 




31 


101 


6162 




31 


101 6168 


Susianus ... 




18 


652 




31 


101 6162 


(see note) 




30 


1202 


dianthus 


30 


100 6103 




35 


105 


6410, 


Etruscus 


84 


ldi 0362 


thessalus 


31 


Ml 


6107 




31 


101 6197 


tingitanus 

trinorus 


28 


98 


6000 


Fleischeri 


31 


101 


0170 




30 


1225 


Fleiscberianus 


31 


Ml 


0176 


Velucbensis 


31 


101 


(5107 


Hubertianus 


31 


Ml 


6141 






2 


45 


in-uhtris 


31 


Ml 


0170 












31 


101 


6187 






18 


652 


iridiflorus 


31 


li il 


6141 






22 


845 


Korolkowi 


41 


111 


6852 


„ v. neapolitanus 


— 


22 




lageneeflorus 




53 


20,5.-) 




— 1 24 








57 


2986 




— 28 


1110 


„ v. laeteus lu- 










— i 28 


1111 








3861) 




— j 34 


1384 


„ Syriacus . . . 




105 


0410 




29 00 


0030 


luteus 




18 


652 


„ v. obovatus . . . 


— ; 48 


2240 






28 


1111 


versicolor 




1110 






28 


1111 


vitellinus 


35 M5 


0416 




31 


Ml 


0102 


Weldeni 


32 102 


6211 


Malyi '..'. 


54 


124 


7590 


Crossandra flava 


9 j 79 


4710 






100 


6103 


guineensis ... 


34 | 104 


6346 




31 


101 


r,170 


undula^folia 




47 


2186 






57 


2! i91 


Crossosomaci 


60 


130 


7049 


montanus 




31 


1207 


Crotalaria alba 




29 


1177 






57 


2991 


angulosa 




57 


3034 








61(36 


arborescens 




130 


7950 


nudiflorus '.".'. '.'.'. 


30 


100 


6M3 






52 


2501 


obovatus ... 




48 


2240 


cwulea 




57 


3,034 


ocbroleueus 


18 




5297 


capensis 




130 


7050 


officinalis 




22 




cordifolia 




68 


3,8! 14 


Olivieri 


29 


99 


0031 


Cuumnghamii 


25 


95 


5770 




25 


95 


5776 


dicbotoma 




54 


2714 


reticulatus 






2001 


elegans 


— 44 


1913 


S.ilznuinni 


28 


98 


6001) 




— ! 44 


1933 






22 


860 


t'oliis simplicibus ... 


— , 38 


1580 








1110 






14 


490 


Sehimperi 


30 


100 


0M3 


Heyneana 


28 


98 


5974 






31 i 1267 




60 


130 


7950 


Sihthuqiianus 


41 


111 6852 






14 






29 


99 6036 


longirostrata 


49 


119 


7300 


speciosus 




67 3861 


major 




52 


2501 




31 


101 | 6141 


ovalis 




57 


3006 


Spruneri 


30 


M0 6103 


oxalidifolia 




24 


965 


Suaveoleus 


— 




3864 




— 


58 


3121 





Vol. of 


Vol. of 






















Seri,-. 


Work ' 






Series Work 




( 'rotalaria pulchella ... 
pulcherrima 




41 


1699 


Cucurbita sinensis . . . 


— i 19 


722 





46 


2027 


Cullay ... 


^ 128 


75(58 


purpurea 




44 


1918 


',', n< 


— | 46 


2095 






52 


2561 


Cui.iMunfa 


— 46 


21199 


rotundifolia 




57 


8000 


Cumbulu 


4 


74 


4895 


sagittalis 


_ 


57 


3006 


Cunninghamia lanceo- 














8-2i in 


lata 




54 


2743 


triflora ... ..[ 




14 


482 






54 


2748 


verrucosa 




57 


8H84 


Cunonia antholyza . . . 




10 


843 


Croton cascarilloides . . 


53 






floribus sessilibus . . . 




10. 


348 


castaneifolium 






2704 


( 'Ujuinia ( ' 




75 


4470 


Eluteria 


53 


123 




Cuphea Circa?oides . . . 




48 




nomolepidus 




123 


7515 


cordata 


2 


72 


42(18 


pictum 




58 


8051 




17 


87 








122 


75(10 


Jorullensis 


17 


87 


5282 


variegatum 




58 


3051 


lanceolata 




44 


1931 


Crowea angustifolia . . . 


58 


128 


7870 




35 


105 


6412 


saligna 




25 


989 


procumbens 




44 


1931 






55 


2854 


serpyllifolia 




52 


2580 


scabra 




55 


2854 


silenoides ... 


4 


74 


4362 


Ua bispida . . . 


— 


38 


1558 


Zimpani ... 


35 


105 


0412 


iksia cisti- 








Cupressus disticha . . . 


22 


92 


5008 




31 


101 


6170 


22 


92 


5581 


Cryptadenia uniflora. . . 




71 


4148 


Curatella speciosa . . . 


41 


111 


(1828 


Cryptochilus Meirax. . . 


49 


119 


78211 


( 'mvuligu latifolia ... 




46 


2C84 


Cryptocoryne sp. 


56 


126 


7719 


orchioides 




27 


1076 


Griffithii ... 


56 


126 


7719 


Curcuma albiflora . . . 


27 




5009 


Cryptophragniium ve- 








aromatica ... 




37 


1540 


nustum ... 




60 


3208 


Australasica 


23 


93 


5020 


Cryptostegia Madagas- 








cordata 


5 


75 


■14-5 




60 


130 


7984 


petiolata 

Eoscoeana 


20 




5821 


Cryptostemma calendu- 








8 


78 


4667 






48 


2252 


Zedoaria 




37 


1540 


Cryptostylis arachnites 


19 




5381 


Cumeria Wallisii 


37 


107 


6571 


ifi lacerus ... 




48 


2255 


( usciitu elatior 


37 


L07 


0506 


multifidus 


— 


23 


908 


grandiflora. .. 


37 


107 


0500 


Stellatus 




28 


1107 


macrantha 


37 


In7 


0500 


Cucumis acutangulus. . 




40 


1638 


megalantha 


37 


L07 


0506 


agrestis 




44 


1914 


reflexa 


37 


L07 




Anguria 


26 


96 


5817 




87 107 




angurioides 


26 


96 


5817 


Cyaruus flavicomus . . . 


— 66 


8758 






44 


1914 










echinatus ... 


26 


96 


5817 






23 








40 


1038 


Nelumbo 




23 




longus 




40 


L638 


. ; ;, .-■■. 




106 




Mttivus v. Sikkimen- 












16 






32 


102 


6206 


eaule folioso 




L6 




sylvestris 


— 


40 


1688 


foliis lanceolatis . . . 


— 


16 


508 






44 


1914 


Illus 


48 


118 




Zeylanicus 


— 


51 


2455 


I lutea 


— 


31 


1252 







Vol. of 






Vol ot 


Vol Of 






















Seri, s 


Work 






Srrios 


Won, 




Cyanotis abyssinica . . . 


57 


127 


7785 


Cymbidium canalicu- 










57 


127 


7785 




26 


96 


5851 


nodiflora 


20 


90 


5171 


chloranthum . . 


12 


82 


4997 


Cyanus major 


- 


I 


11 


eburneum ['.'. 


15 


35 


1 137 

5126 


orientalis 


— 


2'.) 1175 


elegans 


41 


114 i 7997 


spinosus 






en si folium... '..'. 






Cyathodes lamina . . . 


— 


c.i 3321 


giganteum 


11 


81 4844 


( yens ( uffra ... 


12 


82 4903 


guttatum 


— 


6 1 3603 






55 






15 




reVOluta 


- 


57 


296):',, 
2961 


Hookerianum 
Huttoni 


22 
23 


1 W£ 


- barbatum. 


5 


75 


4179 


hyacinthinum 


_ 


3.6 1192 


Egertonianum 




70 


4054 




6 


76 1517 


Haagii 

Loddigesii, v. leu- 


52 


122 


7502 


iridioides 


11 


81 


4844 








ixioides 


45 


115 


7060 


cochilum 




67 


3855 


juncifolium 




64 


3568 




2 


72 


4215 


luteum 


60 


130 




Pescatorei 


46 


116 


7123 


nodosum 




69 3229 


ventricosum v. Eger- 








ochroleucum 




71 4141 


tonianum 


— 


70 


4954 


peudulum v. atro- 






Cyclamen Africanum . . 




95 


5758 




24 


91 1 5719 






1 


4 


rhodocliilum 


60 


139 7932 


europaeum 






1991 


Simonsianum 


58 


12s 7863 


folio kederaa 




2--, 


1991 


tesselloides 




48 2215 


Hedenefolium 




25 


1991 






62 i 3116 


hyemale 


— 


1 


4 


tigrinum 


20 


W 5157 


macrophyllum 


25 


95 


5758 


S etrum ::: ::: 


- 


62 3393 


orbiculato folio 




1 




umbellatum 




72 1237 


persicum 


— 


2 


44 




18 


lis 7211 


Eomanum 




25 


1991 


utrieulatum 




71 4151 








1991 


Cymburus mutabilis. . . 






Cyclaminus orbicularis 






1991 


urticjilblius 






verno tempore Horens 


— 


25 


1001 


Cyminosma oblongifolia 
Cynanclium discolor. . . 


— 


61 3322 


Cyclobothra elegans v. 








— 


3] 127:5 








917.") 


nigrum 






pulchella 












unitlom 




95 5804 








Cyclobothria elegans . . 


28 


9S 5976 


viridillorum 


— 


44 1929 


Cycloneina myricoides. 




96 5838 


Cynara cardunculus . . . 


— 


r>r) 28(32 


Cydonia chinensis ... 


i;i! 


[;;!! ! i;|^ 


i'.liis pt-tiolatis 


~ 


12 1752 


< ylist all.itloru ... 










:<:> 2862 












60 3211 


Cymbidium altissimum 






ram anchu- 






Andersonii 
















ldl : 611*9 


cbeirifolium 




47 2131 


bambusaefolium . . . 




119 j 7281 


Creticum 




17 2134 


boreale 


— 


54 


2763 


Emodi 




123 


7520 







-.,. 


-,,,. 




ri. ! iV.i f 


eV.'-,;': 


Tab. 




Series 


Work 






Series 


work 




Cynoglossum Emodum 


53 


123 


7520 


Cypripedium laeviga- 








folio molli 




47 


2134 




21 


91 


5508 


Lusitanicum 




52 




Lawrenceanum 


35 


105 


0432 


macrostylum 


53 


123 


752d 


longifolium 


28 98 


5070 




53 


123 


7513 


macranthon 


— 56 


2038 


nitidum ''.'. Z 








Mastersianum 


54 


124 


702!) 


nobile 










49 


119 


7319 


Omphalodes 


_ 


1 




neo-guiueense '. ' '. 


46 


116 


7102 






47 


2134 




27 


97 


5H22 


Cynorchis calantlioides 


58 


128 


7852 


occidentale 


49 


1 lit 


7310 


grandiOora 
Lowiana 


53 


123 


7564 


orientale 


56 


120 


7746 


53 


123 


7551 


Parishii 


25 


95 


5791 


purpurascens 


53 


123 


7551 


parviflorum 


— 


23 


911 




58 


128 


7S52 






57 


3ii24 




58 


128 


7845 


Pearcii ... '.'.'. 


20 


90 


5400, 


Cynorynelriuni Nov- 
anglicanum 




35 


1424 


purpuratum 


12 

32 


L02 


4901 

0217 


Cypella brachypus ... 


34 


L04 




Kothschildianum ... 


46 


L16 


7102 


caerulea 


22 


92 


5012 


Sclilimii 


22 


92 


5014 


peruviana ... 


32 


L02 


11213 


Schomburgkianum . . 


47 


117 


7178 


plumbea 






3710 


spectabile ... 




6 


210 


Cyperorchis elegans . . . 


44 


114 


7007 




36 


106 


0400 


Cyphomandra betacea. 


55 


125 


7682 




18 




5340 


< y] rii e !ium acaule ... 




6 


192 


variegatum 


56 


120 


7740) 






6 


216 


venustum 




47 


2120 




31 


101 


(1175 


Victoria-Marise . . . 


54 


124 


7573 


avietinum '.'.'. ... 


— 


38 


1569 


troissuB 


— 


25 


1011 


barbatuni 




72 


4234 


Cyrilla Caroliniana . . . 


— 51 2450 


bulbosum 




54 


2703 


pulcliella ... 




Calceolus 




23 


911 


racemiflora 


— 51 2456 


californicum 


47 


117 


7188 


-taniinea ... 


24 94 5747 


candidum 


26 


96 


5855 


Cyrtanthera aurantiaca 


5 , 75 4408 




20 


90 


5406 


catalpaefolia 






4444 


Chamberlainianuni . . 


54 


124 


757S 


chrysostephana 


27 


97 


5887 


Charlesworthii 


51 


121 


7410 


Cyrtanthus albo- 








concolor 


21 


91 


5513 




19 


89 


5374 


Exul 


52 


122 


7510 


Angustifolius 


— 


8 


271 




13 


83 


5024 


brevitlorus 




fasciculatum 


4!) 


119 


7275 


Huttoni 




Godefroyae ... 


42 


112 


6876 


lutescens 


19 89 5374 








7740 


obliquus 




Haynaldianum 








pallidum 




24 1 1 


hirsutissnuum 








parviliorus 




125 


705:! 


hirsutum 








(Gastronema) san- 








Hookerae 








guineus 


16 


86 


5218 


humile 














25: 54 


insigne 






3412 


uuinoms 


— 


49 


2201 










Cyrtocerasflori 


L6 


86 


5173 








; 4234 


"Lindleyanum 


L6 




517:! 


Klotzscliianuiu 


, 47 


1 117 


1 717* 


reliexum 


L6 


86 


5173 





Iv„i.„, 


v,-.,r 












&s 


S 










Cyrtochilum citriuum 


5 


75 


4454 


I >;icrydium Paucheri .. 


58 


12s 7854 


maculatum, r. ecoi 








I»:n-ty]authes anacantha 










67 


< 


globosa 














1 ».r i.il i.-anthus macro- 






Cyrtodeira chontalen 


27 


07 




h"bli«'r» 1 'rinea 


— 




cupreatay.'viridifol 


Is 


10(1 


•in 






,i lii 


- • ' ' \ I ■ - 






















l»ais iinthvlloides ... 


4!) 




palmifrons 




1-27 




< tinitulia 






punctatum 


_ 


63 


351 17 


laurifolia 


_ 


117 


virescens 


51 


121 




sericea 


111 




Woodfordii 




43 


1814 


Dalea 


— 


28 1186 




- 






bieolor 








54 


124 


7617 








Cyst ant he Sprengel 








violacea 


— 


-11 1707 








8821 ; 


Dalechampin 






Cystidianthus campa 








Dalibarda tra-arioid^ 






nulatus 






4545 


Damasouium Indicum. 








__ 


14 


476 


Matthioli 


— 


42 1749 


'■■'i-^ntLma 


35 


13 
105 


442 


\--::-.-'.i. :' 


19 


st £u! 


LMramanicua' 


5<> 




781 >S 


ex Nova Hollandia . 




60 8272 


divaricatus 














falcatus 


41 






; . 1/ 






tuliis incanis 




34 


1887 


Daphne Altaica 




44 1875 
















glabris foliis '.'. 


— 




255 


Blagayana... '.'.'. 


54 


124 7579 


gr«cus 


il 


52 

111 


«S: 


eaucasica 




L2 9 MS 


Laburnum.;." " 


- 




] 1 76 


Collina '.'.'. '.'.'. 




1 2 428 


leucanthus 














mentis Calcaris .. 


— 


34 


l;; s i 


(ianlneri . 


l l 


117 7180 


pro! items 


z 


44 


liins 


odTa ° 


— 


•is 1 5s7 


pseudo-cajan 

iWaloides 


85 


14 


476 


oleoides 


50 


44 1917 


purgans 


54 


124 


7618 


papvrifera 


47 


117 71SD 


1'iirpureiis 














rhonibit'olius 


_ 


64 


361] 


salicifolia 




44 1917 






34 










sessiiifoims'' ;; 








DarlingtoniaCalifnrnir 






tener 




48 




I>a<vi:nu . 






Tournefortianus . . 


41 


111 


6819 


glaucophyllam ... 


1 I 


84 5U41 


trit'llmms '" 


41 


1 19 


2329 


fi^™ ::: 


15 


; 


vulgatior 


1 — 


8 


255 


quadrangulutuui ... 


" ; 


126 I 7749 



Dasystachv 
Datura cer, 



phy socles ... 
virgata 
Decabelone Barklyi . 

Decaisnea Fargesii . 

Peeringia celosioides 
Delierainia smaragdii 



Barringtoni 
b 11 t 1 n 
Bensoniaa .. 

bifobum m ;: 

brisbime.nse 
Brymerianu 



crepidatum v, labello 



Demi do via tetrago] 

Dendranthema indica 
Dendxium buxifolhm 







V ( ,!.„f 








V..l.„f 












— 




^ 


J_L 


Dendrobium fimbriatum 








Dendrobium senile ... 






91 




FindkninuT '.'.'. 


35 


inn 0438 


s|>,vtabile .'.'.' 


50 


120 


7717 


fragrans 








— 










lu2 I 0220 




43 






Fvtchianum 




90 5444 


Tat; .niamim '.'.'. 




91 






45 


115 i 704-2 


teretifolium 






4711 


gra mini fob urn 


— 


.14 27(51 


tetragonum 


28 


98 


5! 156 
















Hanburyanum '..'. 


29 


99 0U50 


tortile 


5 


75 


» 177 
















hedyosmum 












0591 










17 






„ v. Hensballii 


13 












Hildebrandii 


52 


122 


7453 








5897 


Hillii 




87 


5261 








7741 


Hodgkinsoni 




121. 


7724 


\\']']li::mW" '.'.'. 




130 


7974 


Houk,iianum ... 


20 


f 


7745 


Dendrochilum gluma- 


« 


81 


4853 


Juvanicum..! ... 




04 1 3605 


Dendromecon rigid urn. 


15 




5134 


d^duiiianum 


56 


120 7741 


Dendroserismacro- 


34 


104 


03-3 


Kin'ui'a'nnm" .'.' 


6 


70 ! 4527 


p h y lla 

Deus Canis 




1 


5 










40 


110 




L.-oms ... ;;; 




122 7493 


digitata 






22-2 


linmia.forme 






5249 


dij.hvlla 








lituil-'mrum 


29 


99 




pontitflivlla 


— 


48 


2202 


Lowii 


18 










111 








90 


5441 


Rondeletii 




47 




3Iar( arthiaT 


11 


81 


4SS0 


Dentellaria ! 




47 




macranthum 
























dersii ' 




120 


7369 








5049 


Desfontainia acut- 








Madmunu ... 


g 


1211 
71 


1153, 


Hookeri '.'.'. ... 


10 
10 
10 


i 


4781 
4781 
4781 










splendens 


10 






nobile v. pallidinoruni 


L3 


83 


5(1(13 


DesuKiiitlms plenns :.. 


9 


79 


4 6! '5 


11 ; ,,!i . ,t i ,1 . l . n 


2n 


90 


5l7n 


p.dyphyllus 


; 


I;' 


Pr 


V danopsis' 


41 


111 : r,s 17 


I'^lf;;; ;;; 


.1 


51 


2454 


rim-anu ... .;; 


14 


84 5037 


!)fsmu4iiim Canadense 
dubiuni 


z 


04 


3553 


revoiut u r... ::: 










108 




sarmentosum 












2867 








■ T albo' 


38 


l>< 


6692 




7 






^hWa 1 .!" a Z. 




90 


5452 



Dfsmotricluim cymbi- 



lochroleuca, . 
chrysantha.. 



Dianthus Alpinus 



barbatua 

callizuw 



- 


40 


2070 


_ 


30 


121 i.l 


— 


40 


■2o:iS 


_ 


it; 


2():U) 






207 




49 


2->ss 


4H 


IIS 


7228 




44 


1S70 




48 




_ 


46 


211:51) 




54 


2744 




39 


11.22 


— 


21 


ri)5 



Dickom 
tha 

OXVpe 



Dichroma eoccinea . . . 

hk-unnngia 

I ik-tamnns Oreticus ... 
Dictyantlms Pavonii.. 
Dictyopsis Tlmu!^r_ii. 
Ui.laVtyle Weddelii ... 



. 



Eexii 



; 


n'-'i' 










gLg| ^ 




s!"i?.l. 








K 




Digitalis fueata 






3925 


• insnia eiicoides 






gilvoflore 


— 


43 


L828 


foliis^taceisacutis. 




40 2332 




= 


47 
47 


H 


latH-o'lia ."! Z 






hvbrula '.'.'. '.'.'. 






3925 


ovata 




!!'! '!!-- 


l.-I-vigata 














Lanata 














lutea, v. fueata ... 


~ 


4^ 


1828 


SLiia" ::: 






nuYnmtha '.'.'. ... 


~ 


47 




spocmsa 


_ 


31 llll 






47 




umbellata 






orie,,i ; 'iiis ::; '.'.'. 


— 


48 


2253 


uniflora 




8 273 


parvitWa 










- 




peroiata ... ... 






283 










z 


35 


■i;^ 


e ,1,llis 




69 3988 


pnrpurascens 














t, : 11 "; ntosa 


— 






Diostea charnredry- 


56 


126 ' 7695 


aaa ... ... 










56 


120 700.-) 


Iliptica '.'.. 














Indica 






:,n!i! 


'■;!'eus ."' 


z 


65 3655 


speciosa 




13 


f)OlO 


Alexicaca 


11 

47 


81 4828 


Dillwynia einerascens 




4S 


2247 


an<lrosa'iiiifolia 


47 




ericifolia 


- 


37 


1 545 


Boliviensis 


'f"> 




mvrtifolia a 




24 


1274 


flava 




l j\\ ^Q2 


obovata ... '.'.'. 


_ 


31 




(rarJueiiana 


47 


117 7156 


parvifolia ... ... 




37 




Harrisii 






Dini.'.-arpus Longan... 




71! 


40H0 


illn-tris r. glabra 


17 


117: 7150 


DimorphotkecaBar- 








pastorum r.tenuifolia 






Ecklonis .['. '.'.'. 


18 




- 535 


polymorpha 

Rosa campest ris ... 


17 


117 7150 




}I 




^^ 


urophylla 

Diplecrnuu coriifolium 


4 


47 2172 


lybulbon ... 






ior,7 




40 


119 7289 
















1 a mu 


31 


101 


01S4 


, \Val,„ttu 


r 1 


01 ditto 










Diplopappu- 






imbricatum" '.'.'. 


ai 


101 




' .'..-- - : :,; !■!.- 




















L'i - "i •■■a cinnaniomi- 






| ^ 


pinnatinMus 


33 


ln3 03o2 


£ :: ' :: 


41 
35 


111 


1.804 


- 

Rovlei 

/ milittorale 


-; 


81 4861 


crenata !!! '.'.'. 




62 


3413 


L)ipM,liuni 


34 


104 0344 


crenulata '.'.'. 


— 


62 


3413 


r :tludu5Um 




122 7101 











Vol. of 


Vol. of 1 




s.^r: 




Tab. 


SSL 




Imodium pictum 


(ill 


130 




DodecatlieonMeadia... — 


~7 


12 




G 


76 


4519 


„ v. frigidum..r 2(5 
speciosum ... ... 2(5 


90 


5871 


Dipteracantlms affinis. 


19 
15 


85 


5114 


Doko-utsugi 52 


122 


28(50 




43 


113 


ii!i47 


Dolidios acinaeiformis — 




4027 


Herbstii 


15 




5150 


ensiforniis — 




4027 


macranthus 


59 


129 


7872 


Lablab — 


23 1 896 


spectabilis 


6 


76 


4494 


Lignosus — 

polystachyos ... 53 


11 380 


Dipyrena dentata ... 




126 


7695 




3)iiv;i^-Gesneria pur- 








pyramidalis ... ! - 








85 


5115 


siinplicitblius ... I 49 


119 7318 


Disa atropurpurea ... 


42 


112 


6S91 








42 


112 


6891 




7(5 | 4544 


Cooperi ... '.'.'. 


48 


118 


,256 


angu'lata — 


;"'!! - .'I!? 


€xceis!r ; ;;; 


47 


117 


72im; 


Bnrgessise!!! '.'.'. \ 21 


91 5 1s7 
















48 


118 








lacera v. multifida .. 


45 


115 












106 




Ervthroxvlon '.['. 1 — 




megaceras 


36 


106 


6529 


lappaciiii - 






36 


L06 




Must.rsii 2:5 






44 


111 


7H21 








51 


L21 


74(13 


tiliaefolia .'.'.' .'.'.' — 






44 


114 


7021 






tript-taloides 


47 


117 


720(5 


Don.lia Kpipac-tis ... 51 










4073 


Dondisia Epipactis ... 54 

l)(..iiia inuloides ... — 




venosa 


47 


117 


720(5 


66 3737 


I (knidya pro-rata ... 






218 


pimicea — 


64 3584 


1 nghalensis 




56 


29 ir, 










128 


7S53 


squarrosa ! — 


11 L706 


fasdciilata 




128 


7S53 


Doodia crinita ... 5n 






58 


128 


7853 


Dorcocerashygrometi'ii-u 35 






1 


71 


4140 


horonicuiu Austriacum — 








97 


5911 


i;,-llidia>truin ... — 




Hahnii '.'.'. '.'.'. 








Bourg»i 13 




■ is biformig.. 


31 


l<il 


(515(5 






■ Mi.nnis ... 












J»ispuniaiC:,.v]aiii,um. 












Leschenauitianum.. 


13 


1 13 




l'laii9i-niis folio ... - 


12 L749 


. 


4: J 


1 13 


6935 


Tussilagiiiis folio ... Is 




'.Ai,h'u: ! i Ilug ! ana ;;; 


59 


129 


7soi; 


!,0 !nf>iii a '° entllta --- ~'' 


51 2170 


IH.u-isalba 

!• '■',.■■ ' 


^ 


l gg 




lB:r L - 




J>udartia " . 

ium Um .' 


26 


64 


I-i 


tnhV-iii-i''' " 







— 




c: 


-1 - 


&s 


s 1 


T ., 


Doryanthes excelsa ... 




41 


0005 '^maculata ..'. 




93 


5662 


Dorycnium foliis sim- 




IS 


665 terniflora 






•2ii54 


foliis solitarp .... 
















44 


114 




10 






l.uunit j'< ', llXila 


32 


102 










Draba Aizoides 


- 








2o 




alba 


- 












Arabis 


_ 


3 




— 




1009 


araucana 


59 


120 


7914 , ibliis lanceolato-line- 






10S4 


]5onplandiaua '.'.'. 


| 


i| 


1] lir" 


— 


47 


1084 


Mawii ..'. '.' 


31 


L01 


6180 speciosum 




103 


6281 






19 






13 




rnsulata "! !." 


59 


L29 

129 


70 1 4 I iraeo^cepliahislatifolms 
7914 j Dracontiumamplisfoliis 




% 


1424 
2801 


violacea '.'.'. 


•>4 




5050 c-amtscliatceuse 




130 


7047 


Dracaena australis . . . 


_ 


04 


5036 caule immaculato . . . 


47 


106 
117 


7190 




17 
































34 


1404 


fcctidum 








cylindrica '. ... 
Draco 


26 


103 


0427 
5840 
1571 


foliis lanceojatis . . . 


u 


1 


s 




10 




4787 pentaphyllum 








misifulia ' 

ferrea ..'. '.'.'. 




s 


1404 Zeylar-icum ' ... 
2053 jiDracopliyllum capita- 


s 




51S7 


Horib inula 














fragrans 






10S1 '1 graeile 


~~ 




-!!'■! 


f'rutieosa 




























Gul.lirana ... '.'.'. 


I 


1 80 




E 


1 


li 


Mede.doides 




« 


II L I IIl 1 ' 01 ^ 


is 


u i 


ss 


nM!^a ul,1< ' s .._ ::: 




102 


li gSj ::: ::: 




illi! 


T.'i-t 


3£ l ::: : 


S 




ii 


iHl^Kirkii ::: 






6276 







Vol of 






- 




















-en,. 


Work 












Drimys Cliilensis 


LO 


80 


4800 












10 


80 


480(1 pigera ... 


19 








10 


80 


4800 Duboisia Keymondi ... 


19 






Winteri '.'.'. '.'.'. 


10 


80 


4800 Duhamelia patens ... 


— 


52 


2588 




















107 








2154 


cistitlora 


4(5 


116 


7100 puranta Ellisia 




42 




iilifurmis 


_ 


63 


3540 umbellata ... 


41 


111 


684!) 


Helianthemum 


4G 


11(5 


7100 Dutra alba ... 




&v 


1440 




17 87 


5240 [Duvalia polita ... 32 | 102 6245 




46 116 




h.nuifoiia :;; '.'.'. 




63 


3540 dentata \ ^ \ ^ "^"^ 




46 


11(5 


7100 dependens 51 121 740(5 


Whirtakerii" '.'.'. 




100 


0121 !! fasciculata 51 121 


74 no 


Ih-i'si'i'hylluin lusitani- 


25 


95 


|| inebrians 51 121 

5796 longifolia 51 121 


740(5 
740(5 


] )rv,.ii(lra aretotidis 






4035 ornata 51 121 


7406 








8280 i| ovata 51 


121 


740(5 


bleclinifolia" '.'.'. 


— 


63 


-">" polygama 51 


121 


740(5 


calophylla... ... 


55 


125 


< (i4 - P™- cox 51 


121 740(5 


carduac a 






spinescens 51 


121 7-lot5 


folia 




73 


4317 DyckiaDesmetiana... 50 


120 j 7340 


Drummondii 








15204 


noribimda 


— 88 1581 |i raritlora — 




8449 




— 70 4102 Dvschoriste Hilde- 






longifolia ','.'. '.'.'. 


- B8 1582 * brandtii Of) | 13< 




nervosa 


— j 58 3063 Dysodia grandiHora ... 18 


88 


5810 


nobilis 








pteridifolia 


— 63 35i in Kbenus Civtica ... — 


27 ! 1092 


temiifolia ... ... 






Dryas chama>drifolia . . 


— 57 2072 Ki.'creiuuoai'pus scaber. 35 

— 57 2972 .Eclieandia eleutberan- 


105 1 6408 


iM-unispenuum ambi- 


dra 41 1 111 6800 


kSium- ::: 


52 122 7471 Echo vena canaliculata 13 83 4086 


lauritOlium 


25 05 5787 \\ pulvinata 59 L29 7918 


Brymoda picta 








Prvmoma marmorata . 


40 






punctata 


- 


70 


4089 cereiformia ... 27 j 97 5930 




11 


81 




Ih-yiuuphlrmis appendi- 






E«-'liina,ea au^iistif..lia 17 87 5281 


oliviftbnnis 


| 47 


117 


7202 ° Serins ' '^ ^.^ — 69 3974 


Drypis foliis qua- 












28 




italica aculeata ... 




48 




Spina alba 




2216 corynodes — 68 3906 


spinosa 


— 48 




Theophrasti An-nil- 






larae 


1 — 


1 48 


2216 


haniatocanthus 


8 


78 


, 4082 







; v , :: ; 






■i-v^i 




Tab 




SerL 


Wort 






S,ne> 


Work 




EchinocactusHasel- 








Eehinospermum 


53 


123 


^20 


bergii 


44 


114 


7000 


Echinostachys Pineli- 








hexsedropborus 


3 




4311 


aua 


18 


88 


5321 


ingens 






4559 


Echioides orientalis 










42 


112 




Buglossi folio ... 


4 


74 


4409 


Leeanug 


1 


71 


4184 


Eoliih-s Alexicaca 


47 


117 


7150 


leucantbus 




77 


4567 


carvophyllata 






1919 








4032 


Franciscea 


6 




4547 


MaekiwnuB 




64 


3501 


grandillora 






3213 


lnainmillarioides ... 






3558 


grandis 


52 




7492 


microspermus 


58 


128 


7840 


— 


69 


3997 


multiHorus 




71 


4181 


illustris 


47 


117 




multiplex 


_ 


66 


3789 


macrantha 


52 


122 


7492 


niyriostigma 
obrepandus 


1 


71 


4177 


macropbylla 




122 




6 


76 


4521 


nutans 


— 


51 


247:; 




8 


78 


40S7 


pastorum ... 






7725 


orthocanthus 




70 


4115 








7725 


Ottonis 




58 


31(17 


■ 






3976 


„ v. tenuispinus 




68 


31103 


Suberecta ... 




27 


1064 


oxygonus 


1 


71 


4102 


suceulenta 


21 


91 


5543 


peetiniferus 


1 


71 


4190 


tenuifolia 


50 


126 


7725 


Pentlandi 




70 


4124 


venenosa ... 


47 


117 


7156 


rhodophtbalmus . . . 


6 


76 


4480 


• .anumfru- 








„ v. ellipticus 


8 


78 


4034 






43 


1772 








3906 






32 


1290 




20 


90 


5445 


Benthami 


44 


114 


7003 


sessiliflorus 




64 


3500 


candicans 


42 


112 


6868 


streptocaulon 




77 


4502 






44 


1934 




— 


68 


3903 


fastuusum ... _ ... 


42 


112 


680)8 


tubiflorus 




65 


3027 






43 




Visnaga 






4559 


montanuiu 




32 


1290 


Williamsii 




73 




petraauin 






5942 


Echinocereus csespitosus 


39 


lii'.t 


0009 


rubro tlore 


— 


43 


1820 


Laboureti 


55 


L25 


7088 






43 




Labouretianus 


55 


12:, 


7088 


sylvestre 


— 


43 


1820 


mojavensis 


5fi 


120 


7705 


Wildpretii 


58 


128 


7847 


pectinatus ... 


39 


109 


0009 


Eclipta integrifolia . . 






3455 


viridiflorus 






7088 


Edera trifolia 




43 


1800 


Ecliinops caule subuni- 








Edgewortlii:: 


47 


117 


7180 






24 




G-ardneri 


47 


117 


7180 


foliis supra glaber- 








papyrifera 


47 


1)7 


7180 














Mr, 


6482 


Ritro ;;; 








Kirail.elii 


31 






strictus 




51 




tenuifolius ... 












47 


2109 


EdwardsiaA! 








campyla- 
cristata v. purpurea. 






4507 


microphylla 


36 


106 


6487 


S 




'Si 


i:i ni t ;);;" crispa 


13 
50 


120 


: 


Ecliinopus minor 




24 




\-dulis 


50 


120 





F.m-t'l.luikrtosManim 
.rtusCaffer! 



laiiceuLit.'i S 78 4(180 Encyclia patens 

pednncularis ... 2 72 4-240 viVidinora ... 

Elseodendron Capense. — 07 as;}.", Engelmannia pii 

Elebori nigri facie ... ;14 124 7-">8f) fida 



KunU-ri.lruin; 
J^irVii.utur 



1 








r«l. of 1 vol. of i 


— ■ 


M 




Tab. 




SS" 


Kpiirvi i mi v ui iinai m 


13 


83 


5010 


Eranthemumcoccineum 


4 74 4378 


leucobotrys 


15 


85 


5 1(13 


Cooperi 




Epilubumi angustis- 




3 


70 


crennlatiimr.gran.li. 


20 90 5440 


flore difformi 






76 






obcordatum 




125 


7641 


diantherum 


20 


00 5410 


m alpinum r. 








elegans 


25 


95 


5771 




23 




5671 


hypocrateriforme ... 


31 


101 


6181 


diphyllnm^ 

Alu-hianum ... 






3448 


laxiflorum 




103, 


03015 


_ 


00 


3745 


macropliyllum 


39 


109 


(5(58(5 


Perralderianum . . . 




106 


0500 






69 


103,1 


rubnfm m '" 


5 






palatiferum 


28 


98 


5007 


23 


93 


5671 


pnlcbellum 


— 


33 


1358 






66 


3751 


pnnctulatum 


24 


94 




Epipactis americana . . . 


55 


125 


7(500 


reticulatum 


52 


122 


7480 


amplo flore luteo . . . 
puantea 


60 


l:;n 






21 


91 


50 1 1 


55 


125 


7(500 


Bchombnrgkii 


52 


122 


7480 


Royleana 




125 




strictum " 


— 58 




Tlmnbergii 


55 


125 


7(500 


tuberculatum ... 


10 80 


5405 


Epiphora pubescens . . . 


22 


92 


5586 


-,vs iberica.. 


45 | 115 


7(H8 


i alatum . . . 






2820 




45 115 


7018 


47 


117 


7201 


Eremurus Altaicus . . . 


11 81 


4870 


latifrons 




67 


3813 




46 116 


7113 


Makovanum 


^7 


117 


7201 




16 1K5 7113 


Phyllanthus 


- 


53 


2(502 


Caucasicus 


11 


81 4870 


Eussellianum 


- 








15 


115 7076 




47 


117 


7201 




39 


109 




truncatum 


_ 


52 


25(52 


8pectabilis 

Tauricus 


11 


81 


4870 


Kiii-v-iiiiii aphyllum.. 


10 


80 


4821 


11 


81 


4870 


Epipogon Gmelini . . . 






4821 


Kri 1 rapillipes 


27 


97 


0010 


Epipogum Gmelini . . . 


lu 




4821 


Dillynii 






no.-, 


Epipremnumgiganteum 
Episcia bicolor 


4 


130 


4300 


Elwesii _ 


49 
27 


L19 

97 


7329 

00 in 


Chontalensis 
deDsa 




122 


7481 


latibracteata 


54 

48 


124 

118 


7605 

7238 


ervthropus 


32 


102 


(5210 


M-irax' ..'. '.' 


49 


110 


7329 


: 


46 


Lie 


7131 


tiivristica'formis ... 


19 
10 


89 


0115 
5391 














64 


3605 


K,.i.tf].bium\VilIi:.i^: 










25 


95 


5807 


Ej.isrvli.;!: 










40 


110 


7304 


Erai.tl emum affine 


31 


101 


6181 


Knia At'nJana ." 




10 


358 



Andersoni 
atropurpui 



rapullacea 
odromeda; flora 
„ r. triumphal! 





'ii.Vi 


v K | , rah 




v„i. or 


















Serie 


Work 1 


S,n,, 


U ' i,rk 




Erica articularis 




12 422 Erica primnloides ... 




38 


L548 


baccans 




10 358 procumbens 




1 


U 


Banksia . . 




33 1370 propendens 




47 


2140 


Bbindfordia 




13 1703 pubescens 




14 


480 


Blandfordiana ... 




13 1703 Pyramidalis 




11 




Bonplandiana 


— 


47 2126 recurvata ... 


— 


02 


3427 






51 2405 






28 


1139 






1 11 






11 


362 


(Vrinthoides 






rubella '.'.[ ... 






2165 


Chamissonis 


30 


100 6108 






48 


2203 


ttmcava 


- 


47 2149 


Shaimoniana 


~ 


l {) 


4069 
4069 


corios foiio" ;;: 


_ 


14 471 




44 


111 


7030 


dilecta 




38 1548 


siiMivaricata '.'.'. 




10 


342 


elegans 






sulpburea 






1984 


empetrifolia 




13 j 447 


Thunbergii 




30 


1214 


ia-ti_iata 




38 1548 


top-ata 






1626 






46 1 2084 


tnumphans 




49 


2322 


flava v. imbricata 


_ 


43 


1815 


variifolia 


— 


44 


1915 


florida v campanula^ 




65 


3639 


Vcntricosa ... 




10 


350 


foliis corios quaternis 




14 


471 






28 


1139 






14 


484 






12 


402 


fragrans 


_ 


47 


2181 


Walkeria ... 


— 


46 


2084 


gemmifera 




48 


2206 


EricEeformis Coridis . . . 




49 


2332 


glauca 




16 


580 


Ericinella Manii 


22 


92 


5569 






6 


189 


Ericu et Bel-ericu . . . 


42 


112 


0862 


herbacea 




1 


11 


Erigeron bell 

Capense 

glabellum 

leiomerus ... 




50 


24H2 


Hibbertia 




42 


175s 


19 




5412 


i 


_ 


42 


1758 


— 


56 


2023 


lursuta Anglica ... 




14 


484 


56 


126 


7743 


hirtiflora 


— 


14 


481 




36 


106 


6530 








4074 


pulchellum 




50 


24(12 


Irbyana "! '.'.'. 




69 4016 


Erinacea 




18 


676 


jasminiflora 




70 4(174 


- 




9 


310 


lagenaeformis 










51 


2504 


Lawsoni 






Lychnidea 




51 


2504 


longi folia v. caniea.. 


_ 


19 706 


l\vhni..leus 


— 


51 


2504 


Massoni 










61 


3333 


maxima 


_ 


11 171 


Eriocaulon d 


— 


59 


3126 


medioli flora 










59 


3126 


Mediterrauea 






Xuvaboracens 




59 


3126 


metula?flora 




17 612 








3126 


monadelpha 


_ 


33 1370 


JasAMcanua 






833 






11 1915 


pectinifolius 












•11 1015 


racemosus 








mundula 




o; 2084 


sempervirens 








mutabilis 




10 234* 


Eriococcus glaucescens 








odorata 




34 : 1399 


Eriodendron anfractuo- 








persoluta 


_ 


10 342 


sum v. Caribseum 


— 


63 


3360 


physodes 


— 


13 


443 


Eriogonum compositum 


9 


79 


4703 



— 




fe ; r 


! , a , 


— 






.,,„. 


Eriopappusglamlulosu 


42 


m 




Erythrobnlbus belle- 




















1T 




- 




34 


1382 


ir'.Vl^asi- 


Q 




1 

4742 


A i-n%'lZtnm Xlt ° mm 




59 


31 SO 


l.ypophyllanthus ... 


12 


82 




iiiTerniediuni 






443!) 


Er^XmurTalsiua,- 








- : 


58 


128 


Si 


aa'conspicua 

ErVthronium Aim.TU.-a- 




56 


Su9 


imnanuni . 
































formosum ... ..." 
















loiiui folium 






2439 


foliis"ovato-oblongis 


_ 


28 


1113 


Erodium glandulusum 






5005 




24 


94 


5714 


s raveo ¥ 3 








grandirlorum 








Grussonn 
















Hymenodes 




20 


1174 


Hart\ve<n 


54 


124 




















macradeniurn 


23 


93 






_ 


00 




pelagoniiflorum . . . 


10 




52i it; 


■'■1 rotundi- 








Komanum 












20 




trilobatum 








- Beddomei.. 


31 






Erotium theoides 


6 


76 


4540 


Erythroxylon Coca . . . 




120 


7334 


Erucaria hypog.a 








Escalloni'a affinis . . . 


43 


113 








738U 


bifida 




105 




Eryugiuni almd mon- 








floribunda 


35 


105 


0404 








922 


macrantha 


5 




4473 


Alpinum 






1)22 


montevidensis ... 


35 


105 


6404 








922 


Organensis 


2 


72 


4274 


comiculatum 


— 


35 


1427 


pterocladon 


11 


81 


4827 








1427 


revoluta ... 


43 


113 


0H49 


fuliis radicalibus . . . 




23 


922 


rubra 


- 




2890 


lusitanicum 




35 


J 427 


„ ?;. punctata... 


37 


107 


6599 








1427 


t Califor- 








planum . ... 












56 


2887 


alpmum ... 






2423 


nia crocea... 




03 


3495 
















4812 


lanceolatum 




mi 


2423 


;■.-•■ ■= < ■ ■: ..•: 


r> 


1 1 5 


7077 


IV-r-.tskianum 
Erytha?a chironioides. . 


~ 


m 




Sanderiana 


4 5 


L14 




tricantha 


34 






. .. M ',' t J 




107 


0578 


"' 








-uy^lalina 


5 


60 


-074 


Crista fntalli 










1 






foliis ternatis 








''^j!™ 1 


46 


20S7 


































poianthes 




f;n 


3234 


ficifolia 




126 


7007 







Tol. of 




~ 


Vol. c 


VoLol 










Tab. 




J,'v','l 






Kucdyptus tata-. 


45 


115 


7(1-4 


£s£jS '" 


- 


M 


17:: 
7304 


macroearpa 


3 




4333 


; : ■ : -tt : •■: !T:, 
















bella 














2087 










arpon 


45 


115 


7074 


euglo^r '■ 




92 


5501 


















EUCh num Um C ° nCin " 




64 








129 


70^1 


Eueharis Bakeriana . . 


46 






Ma~k liana 








grandiflora... 


13 




4971 


macrostachva 




102 


024(1 










streptopetala 








Sanderii e.nraltiflora 


41 


109 


!!s3i 




49 


119 


:;■■;; 


EuchWluxurians... 


35 


105 


6414 


^ Klizabetha- 




120 


73S7 


Kucuida Oartonmides.. 
















Eucomis bicolor 


41 














bifolia 






1495 


j:iiui'5i:- f.'iiis u 




36 


iti 
















23S4 


PUD t at %. striata ' 






1539 


noviBelgii"" '..[ 




54 


2707 


regia 






1530 


tea salicis 


- 


34 


1390 


undulata 






los3 


folio 




50 


2400 














45 




' 








riium 




45 




Billardieri 








Euphorbia anacantha . 






2520 


v. Milligani ... 




117 


7200 




47 




7184 


Milligani 


47 


117 


7200 










pinnatifolia . . 


45 


115 


70(17 


Bojeri ... :;. 








. 


25 


95 


5700 




— 


63 


3476 


















Brasiliensis " 


6 














i'heken 


23 


93 


5044 


ci.r-.llata '.'.'. ... 








e,b P tica 




44 


54S0 


■ -.'■ 


47 


] 4S 


22^ 










globosa 








Jambos ... ... 




61 


!!,'-'.' 


IpZZanh, 




P 


1494 


Malaccensis ' 


4 




44ns 








1305 


1 












32 


1305 


■ 








nivsa ein ::: ::: 




129 


5534 


fetim 11 '.'.'. ..[ 


2o 




5480 


pVn^ufana 






3403 


Ugni 




78 


"fi: 


P umceT i,na 




s 


3403 
1961 



— 


I 






— 


i'^i 


Vol. Of 




Euphorbia splendens .. 




56 




Kxantlu iiium palati- 








tridentata 










28 




5957 


variegata 








macrantha . 


49 


119 


7291 




60 


130 


7971 


Kx.iuo nium Purga ... 


3 


73 


4280 


Eupliorbiumanacan- 








Exorrhiza Wendland- 








thum 










57 


127 


7707 


erectum 


— 


51 




Exushmmialongiflorum 


1 


71 


4186 


Euphoria Longana . . . 
















Euphrasia JEthiopica . 
Huridana 


z 


g 


§504 

283 


FabagaAfra 


_ 


11 


372 


Euploca convolvulacea 


22 


92 


5615 


Afrieana 




47 


21 84 




11 


81 


4848 


Capeusis 




47 


2184 










flore luteo 




47 


2184 






40 


1650 


Fabricia laevigata ... 




32 


1304 


Eurya latifolia varie- 












19 




gata ... ... 


51 


121 


7434 


stellata '.'.'. '.'.'. 




18 




I-'urviii*- Amazonica . . . 


3 


73 


4275 


villosa 




19 




ferox 


— 


35 


1447 


Fagara nitida 


— 


52 




Euryangium Sumbul.. 


31 


101 


6196 


piperita 




52 




Eurvbia dentata 


45 


115 


7065 


Fagonia Cretica 






241 


Guuniana 


8 


78 


4638 


Fagrsea obovata 


2 


72 


4205 


Eurycles Cunning- 










30 


100 


6080 


hamii 




62 


3399 


Fagus glutinosa 


45 


L15 


7067 


Eurygania ovata 


34 


104 


6393 




12 


405 


Euryloma Irbyana . . . 




69 


4010 


Falkia repens 




48 


2228 






70 


4074 


Fallugia mexicana ... 


38 


108 


661)0 






62 


3427 


paradoxa 


38 


108 


6600 






70 


4060 


Fauna Skimmi 




69 


3965 




58 


128 




-; l^ndida . . 


47 


117 


7187 


E:^r, pi.'.- 




31 


1245 




18 


88 


5302 


EutH-p- montana ... 






3874 


IvVinpteri 


18 


88 


5302 


Kutoca ilivaricata ... 




65 


3706 


Karsetia lunarioides ... 








Frauklinii 




57 




:: - 


37 


107 


6564 


grand 1 Mora 
Menziesii 


14 


84 


.-.020 


liuiiipiiiea 




40 




_ 


66 


3762 


Sibirica 




19 


714 


multiHora 


- 


66 


3762 






49 


2325 






57 


3003 




54 


124 


7620 


speciosa 


14 


84 


50-20 


12 


82 


4911 










Fendlera rupicola .. 




129 




Evelyna Caravata ... 








mthiflora ... 


11 






Evolvulus purpuro- 


L5 


85 


5141 


Ferdinandea superba.. 


10 


80 


4822 








Fereira 






721 






71 




Fernandesia robusta. . . 










41 


111 


6824 






20 


751 


bicolor 


3 




4340 


elegans 


— 


18 


654 


Hamiltonii 






4340 


parvi flora 








macranthum 


10 














tetragonum r.bieolor 




47 


iim 


undufaH '*' 


~ 


l l 


144 


Zeylauicum 






4423 


viridis 1 '' 1 ..'. '.'.'. 




20 





f.-lTU.uil 



Filix Africana 
Fischera buxifolia 
Fisclieria martiana 
Fitz-Koya Patagoni( 

Flamma sylvaiuni 
Flos Africanus' 



74 








INDEX 










l';Z 


V 1 ;,, 


~~ 


___ 


Wi 


fck 


™. 


Friesia racemosa 


58 


128 


7868 


Fritillaria Persica v. 








Fritillaria acmopetala. 


33 


L03 


6321 


major 


- 


37 


1537 






L04 


6365 


pluriflora 


54 




7631 


Sir ;:: 


50 


L20 




pterocarpa 


Z 


1 05 

18 


6 664 


bucharica ;;; 


45 


115 


7oso 


. 


z 


24 


052 


caucasica .. 




28 


98 


5060 


racemo nudiusculo . . 


_ 


37 




dasv'h'lh" 






?, l 


J.J; 8 


„ nudo 


— 


24 


962 


esenlenta . . 




z 


37 


I53S 


"7°"^^ 




30 


1538 
1216 


Festus :.' 








153S 






24 




(lore atrorubente . . . 


— 


30 


12H7 


recurva ..' ..[ 


32 


102 


6264 


„ „ 


— 


37 


1538 


™gia 


— 


36 


1405 


„ flavo 




37 


1538 




34 


mi 




„ luteo 


— 


37 


1538 


TliMiiisoniana 


9 


70 


1725 






18 




tulipit'olia 


11 










22 








98 




gibbosa ... ... 


35 


105 


61(16 




33 


L03 


6321 


OTfleca 


14 


84 


5652 


viperino flore 


_ 


30 


1216 






18 


664 


Frutcx lutliiopi.-us le- 










34 


104 


6385 


guminosus 






274 


Irnperialis 






104 






45 


1045 






30 


1215 


Africanus Genista? . . 




48 


22-5 


Karelini .'.'.' 


35 


105 


64(16 


corni foliis 




14 




latifolia 


— 


22 


853 







11 


391 


" v. lutea . [ ' 


— 


30 
37 


1267 
1538 


foliis majoribiis cor- 


6 


76 




leucantlia 


z 


22 


3 853 


humilis '.'.'. 

padi foliis serratis... 


- 


45 


10 17 
910 


lycia z ;;; 


i 


l 


153S 


Fu Ivu Jusr, Shin Dsu 


52 


46 
122 


2061 
7100 
•1153 


Mullens 














3,948 


nieleagroides 


— 


60 


328 it 


alpestris ... 


_ 


69 












ampliata 


41 


111 








37 




arborescens 


— 




26 'JO 




- 


18 


1"! 


baeillaris 


6 


7 3 


4506 


obliqua '.'.'. 


52 


L2 J 


7500 


corymbiflora 


z 


11 


4000 


ovv^ak ^ U "'" 


Z Q 




4731 


ele-ans ... 




| 


|i 


; ■'>■ 


39 


J 24 


°06-> 


fulgens 




61 


3361 






— 


30 


1207 


mtegrifolia " ..[ 


— 


68 


3948 





s-,r..„ : 


Vol.,,' 










llX> 


Work! 








Fuchsia Kirkii 


~ 


100 




Gaillardia amblyodon.. 




lyciSdes .'.".' '" 


~ 




\uT\ 






macrantha 








bicolor 


— 56 2940 


macrostema v. re- 








„ r.Drummondii 


~~ 64 3551 


procumbens 


m 


LOO 


\''\:v.) 


Gala.'tudendron'utile."'. 


- 66 3723 


pviitolia ... ... 


~ 


111 


i!-n 


( i;il;iiitlnis autumnalis. 


31 101 6166 


radicaus 


_ 


i;s 


:-)i»is 


nivali'" '.'.'. 


— 17 2162 














s.ssiiitbiia... :;: 












simplicicaulis 


15 


85 


r>090 


venraa 


45 L993 


spectabilis 


4 


74 


1375 


Galardia bicolor 


— : * !) : ir ; 11 - 














irifylla '." . 












Fugosia cuneiformis . . . 


19 


M< 


f>ll:-> 


\:\r\: ] '^l 


20 754 


hakeae folia 






4-2i ;i 






heterophylla 












Fumaria altera 












bracteata 












bulbosa 








ixia 'flora 
























„ v. purpurea . . 












Galeandra Bauen r. 




„ v. albiflora 


— 


49 




floribus luteis . . . 






_ 






Devoniana 




formosa 






litff) 






Ulauea 












longiflora 


— 


60 




Galega moiitana 


— 4s 2192 














nobilis 
























Schangini 

sempervirens 


- 


60 




Galootia grandill..ra ... 






5 




Galinsogea trilobata. . . 


A 1 1895 






5 




Galipea macrophylla. . . 






— 






Galium tauricum 




solida 






231 


Uaueri r. 












floribus lutis ... 












Galtonia clavata ... 


42 112 6885 


Funckiaalbo-niarginata 












Sieboldiana 












Fuivra-a I' 


47 


1 17 


7170 


Gareiana cochin- 




gigantea 


= 


| 


71 7n 


V. i -< stana 
(4av.l t -tiia aculeata ... 


" 1 si 


G - r.irin Kiintliiana 


17 










: :- 






1200 


oitriodora 




lutea 












| ulcliella . . . 


— 




1002 


tlorida v. 


; — 1 53 J 2027 



— 


m 


%:£ 


Ta , 




H 


IS 


;,.:- 


Gardenia florida fl. 








Gaultheria tri.-l.w].|i\ 1! ■ 




125 


7635 


^Pliei 




61 


3349 


Gaum biennis 




11 




globosa 


10 


80 


4791 


parvitlura 


_ 


63 


3506 


inermis 




18 






34 


KM 












G;iz nut bracteata ^ 


52 


122 












52 


122 


7455 








4343 




52 


122 


7455 


octomera . . . 


19 








52 


122 


7455 


radicans ... 


— 


43 


1842 


uniflora ... 




48 


2270 


Eandia 




43 


1841 


Geissenia verna 




45 




liothmannia 




18 


690 Gei 


26 






Sherbtrarnias 


- 










18 




V ^ ■. : 


1 


I 


1004 


rochensis ' ' 


- 




1 255 


tubiflora 1 ... 


- 


45 


1992 
4<i3f; 


:T u '' 1 l a ' ■- ■■• 


~ 


28 
31 


1105 


verticillata' " 








Geko^plesimu cym^ 








G : .rd,.quia betonicoides 














■ 


_ 


66 


3772 


Gelasine azure a 






377!) 


Garidella foliis tenu- 








Gelonium i'ascicnla- 








issime divisis 




31 


1266 










"-"toii. 





31 


1266 


Gelsemiuni lucidum . . . 










- 




2369 


luteum odoratuni . . . 




12S 




fusco-punctata 




L23 








128 




Gastonia palmata 


44 


]J4 








I2S 




G.^tnx-i ilus Gurtisii.. 


50 


L20 


7363 


Gemplnvnii lloridaint.. 


_ 


52 


.V,;n;; 


I'-'iigirtoru 




69 


-loin 










pulcherrima 


— 




393(1 


Genetyllis fimbriata . . . 


20 


90 


54(5 S 


acntuiri.. 


— 


69 


4040 


macrostegia 


11 


81 


IN 10 










tulipifera 


11 


81 


4858 










G,.iiiustu,na Mr.-i>ili.-n,e 




71 


4150 


Gastmnei.iu clavatimi . 


— 


19 


2291 


Genisiphylla aspleni- 








sanguineum 
Gaultheria bracteata . . 
cordifolia 


Hi 

J 


1 

84 


52 is 
441 il 
4461 
5(134 


folia ... 
Genista iEthiopica . 


= 


26 
31 


1021 
829 

2074 
1241 


ferruginea ... 


28 




si 


.ri' -oid, s africana ... 


z 


48 


i;»so 


insipX ;;; 


29 




6070 


u'riM* A 




13 


"fb> 






























ovalifolia ... 




H 


JM6(! 


I'i;}:;s&;;;;;,; 


1 


il 


!| 


shallon 






4461 „ c-ruleum 




42 


1727 


tomentosa ... 


9 




4697 


Triquetra ,.. ... 




'S 


311 







Vui rf 






Vol of 






£ ' 1 


Work' Tab ' 




K 


l w: 


Tab. 


Genosiris fragilis 




53 : 2677 


Gentiana uin ue 








Gentiana acaulis- 
adscendens 


= 


*2 52 
19 705 
19 ! 723 


6n flora l .. nq ... 

Saponaria 


= 


i 


3490 
1551 


aflini's 


42 


112 0874 










a ¥na 










105 


0421 


amarelloides 






eeptemfida 






















angustifolia 














MSclepiudea 


= 


3S 1551 


isr ::: ::: 




1 


1551 


Bigelovii 


42 


112 0874 


vir-iniana 






L039 


biloba 

c-'.'riilo" flore 




125 7(537 


volul'.ilis ".'. '.'.'. 
cajrulea .. 
Geodm-uni eitrinum 
Gn>noina Carderi ... 

i-ortillifera 


11 

li 


si 


'«;S 


I'Oi'lifolia ..'. 


36 


100 : oi>7 


fenestrata 


18 






corollis quadrifidis.. 




17 , 039 


Ghiesbrecktiana . . . 


25 


95 


5 7s 2 






46 1 2031 


prat-ilis 




130 










Hicdeliana 




130 














44 




noribus'calui.ani- 


— 


17 039 


v-.nabiiis ... ::: 

Geranium acetosum ... 


Z 


1 


IS 






27 L078 






1 




„ confertis.. 




34 | 1414 






3 




" 


— 


27 1078 




— 


10 






- 


20 : 1(139 






40 


1041 






38 1551 




— 


n 


] ; s < 7 


fimbria'plica' ] 


36 


'i iH 


Albanum '.'.'. '.'.'. 

albitlurum 


z 




31->4 


niW-ruwAia. ' ..[ 


36 


! 43 iSo 


anemonefolimn . . . 
angulatum 


z 


jj 


:| : j 


Kurroo 




100 . 047<» 










macrophylla 


55 


34 1414 

125 7037 


Atlanticuni 


35 


2 50 


242o 


ma i or 


— 


2C lu:;ii 


^ tu ^ imm 


— 


jj 


201 


Moorcroftiana 


39 


ll>9 (1727 


,'alvcibus monophvllis 


_ 


40 


loll 


ochroleuca... ... 


- 


4 ;: };.■[}, 


eiliatum 




41 


171s 


I'neiinionanthe'r! 


36 


106 0514 


'■Hslil'tum 11 !. ::: 






3732 


Punctata 




125 7007 


; : /. - ^ 


- 




"os 


1'vivinuea 




94 5742 


-•'itolium 






1174 







Vol of 




Vol.ot 


Vol. of I 


















Sori,- 


Work 






S,vio.- 


Work | 


Geranium nlandulo- 








Gesneria bulbosa 


_ 


58 3041 




23 


93 


5005 






68 3880 


gkucum '. ; :;; 




2 


56 


„ v. lateritia... 


2 


72 4240 


glutinosum 






143 


cinnabarina 


14 


84 5030 


bvmenodes 






1174 


eochlearis 




06 3787 


Ibericum ... 




34 


1380 


corymbosa 


50 


120 


7339 


inearnatum 






261 


discolor 






3995 


incrassatum 


— 


20 


761 


Dmiklarii 


14 


84 


507O 


indicum 




40 


1041 




15 


sr) 


5115 


lanceolatum 




2 








04 


8012 




- 


45 


198(5 


elliptica v. lutea . . . 


2 




4242 


nia.-mrliizon' '.'.'. 


- 




242U 


elongata 




66 


8725 


mvrrl.inum 




11 


377 


erecta 




26 


1028 


noctuolens 




40 


1641 


eriantba 




129 


7997 


orientale 




34 


1880 


Gardneri 






4121 








21 Mi 


Houdensis 




72 


4217 


l-rltatum 






20 


Libanensis 


4 


74 


4889 


l'innatum 




in 


579 


Lindleyi 




64 


8092 






15 


547 


mollis 




67 


8815 






16 






4 


74 


4848 






44 


1S77 


pendulina .'.'." '.'.'. 




54 


2725 




28 


93 








75 


4481 






40 


1641 


polyantha 






3995 












15 


85 


5115 






44 


1877 


Hegelian a 


11 


81 


4848 


10-ichardi 






18 


rutihu-.atrosanguinea 




64 


80,92 


l^manum 




2 


95 


Scei. t rum v. ignea . . 
Schiedeana 


1 


64 
71 


8570 
4152 






11 


377 


Seemanni 




76 


4504 


selinum 




44 


1877 


spicata 


1 


71 


4152 


si'in.wum 


24 


M 


5721 1 






66 






_ 


2 


55 


Tomentosa 




26 


1928 






12 


413 








4812 


tetrauonum ". ' 




4 


130 




50 


120 


7889 


tri folium 




29 


1174 


v.rticillata'..' ' ' ' 






5115 






40 


1641 






54 2770 


tuberosum /-.i 'bar], sii 


42 


112 


0910 






ill 3,012 






4 


143 








Willi cluanum 


- 


50 


2377 


.;■:- 






Gerardia glutinosa . . . 




65 


3653 


■,ir.-,Hs .. 


__ 


27 1088 


purpurea 


z 


46 


21148 


.aipone^.. 






G« -rbt-ra Jamesoni ... 


45 


115 










Geropogon Glabrum . . . 




14 




Peckii 






Gerrardanthus tomen- 








trillurum 






tosus 


39 


109 


0094 


Gbiaggiulo 


z 


19 719 


Gesnera fascialis 








Gibboosi 






Marchii 


— 


66 


3741 


umseandens 


54 


124 7572 


ru P e8tris 

tuberosa 






3664 


( iilia auliilleaefolia ... 








65 


3664 




27 




Gesneria aggregata . . . 


- 


54 


2725 


Brandegei 


34 


104 


<;:;7s 





Si 


Vol. of 




Vnl.„ 










^ 


— 


K 






ftilk ralifornica ... 


n 


si 4872 






40 


L665 


• liaiithoides" 


11 


SI 1S76 


caryopbylleus 




17 


6 ll 






:>('. 2H24 










lieteropliylla 


— 


56 2895 






19 


719 


i!niliZ cua .. ::: 


27 


07 SS 


;; r ; Ciirue ;;- 




38 


1575 


(Leptosiphon) lutea 














micrantha 






Cooperi ...' 


31 






parviflora 


— 


56 2883 


erispus 




IS 


i~7s 


pnn^ens 












5810 
















ailmata . .. 


44 


114 Tims 




— 


it; 


591 


(xilliesia graniinea ... 




.14 271.5 










Ginseng 

Gireoudialm: 




33 : 1333 


dracocenbalus ... 






588 1 




S3 4083 


Kckb.ni 




1(13 




Gladiolus abbreviate. 




'_ Z, (iT 




— 




L246 


^tlliopicus 


1 


16 561 


florefirmeregulari.. 


z 


19 


727 


Africanus 




17 602 










alatus . ... 


- 


16 578 

16 586 


fl L:x kri ::: 




17 


610 




— 


. 18 688 


floribus patentibus.. 


_ 


17 


625 








foliis ensifornribus. . . 


— 


15 




albidus '.'.'. 








_ 










40 ! 1665 






27 


inns 


alopecuroides 


— 


16 553 


"„ sulcatis 


— 


27 


luus 






17 606 


fragrans 




16 




anui'ims 


— 


16 | 574 


gaieatus 


— 


16 


586 






15 538 






16 


502 












27 


L072 






15 548 






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6386 


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5350 


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123 








92 


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sj.lendidum _ ... 


60 


L30 


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216 


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65 


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16 


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floribus albis 




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543 


speciosus '..'. 


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61 


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foliis liliaceis 


— 


34 


1374 






54 




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biflora 






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48 


2204 






106 


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127 


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4475 


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55 


125 




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61 


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portulacacea . . . 


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2557 


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110 7120 






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calophvlla 


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5367 


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21 824 


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Hermann, a ahnndn, 










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4033 


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hastatus ... 


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2385 


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89 


5400 


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2 


72 


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liliiflorus (hvbridus, 




56 


2891 


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3152 








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6506 


-.:'■'■ '::." 






liinr! 


psoraloides 




11 


•>i 7 !! 


l'urga 

I Quainoclit 

Robertsii 






^M! 


Zvlvl^ica 


— 


■ S7 


:•!! 


43 


1 1 3 




ini.-iuata 






!::*!' M1 


rubro-cserulea 




61 


r'^ 


::;,,.:,;,. a . 


\i 


>! 


-IJSl 


ScSeana'' 






IS! 


HarrUi'" ... '.!! 




72 


42:38 


' speciosa 


— 


5] 


21 16 



.F 



m 






Gnldensta 1 
Halophila 

Heldreiclii 
Bistrio 



lurida 
Lusita 






(Juno) Rosen- 
(see note) 



Stately 
stelkta 
stenogyna . 





\i £ 


Ta„ 


hi 


1 


715J-, !| 




18 


L S 


■I:! 


IIS 
104 


Cltllll 


i 


1 1 1-. 

is 


7 1 45 
L13 1 


- 


™ 


! ii 


E 


18 
•21 




5 


112 
4 


144 1 
i:»l4 


1 


s 


77:1 1 


34 


104 
28 


mi! 


~ 


22 
L8 


7029 

L131 
L163 

If) 14 



tripetala 



(Xiphion) Varta 



(Xiphion) Warle; 
Xiphium ... 



Isatis sylvestns 
Ischarum angustatum. 
Pyranii 



Iffifl ™„ 



s|)h;iTocephalns 
Isora-Murri . . . 
Tsotoma axillaris 



bulboeodioitles 
bulboco.linm 



: i pa 















■;;-; rf 








Wo'k 








17 


Ta 


Ixia linearis 




n; 




rxiasecunda 




5 


longiilora ... ... 






] 5 






- 


17 

28 


11 


long'ifolia ['.'. [.'. 


_ 


19 


695 






- 


31 


12 


niai-ulata 














16 




. 








spathacea '.'. 






36 


14 


„ r. ochrolHK-a.. 


— 




1 285 


speciosa 


— 


16 
















16 




marginata... 




= 


37 


1530 


s«pialida 


— 


11 


4 


Miiieri ;;; 






17 


609 


ti-nuitlora 


z 


37 


L5 


monadelpha ' 




~ 


34 


607 


teivtifolia 

thvr-iilora 




17 


g 












tricolor 




11 


3 


obtusata 






18 










14 












584 


tripetala 








paniculata . . 
patens 






~ 


| 


^S 


un.lnlata '.'.'. '.'.'. 


z 


16 

18 


I 


pentandra . . 




















pilosa .. 






z 


36 


14T.-> 


villosa ' '.'.'. ... 


z 


16 


I 


planifolia Z 








184 






17 




plantaginea 




_ 


16 


621 





— 


26 


10 


rt**U ' 




z 


15 


"42 


x-i.i'idium::: ::: 

Lxiantlies ivtziuides - 
ix.xliu ;iohilleoides ... 


14 
51 


L21 


74 


pudica 
















11 




. 




16 




[xor.i Americana 




43 




pusTlla ea " 


.. 


z 


26 
17 


1052 
597 


barbata 


6 


51 


45 


S ::: 




z 


31 
16 


l Wi 


braehyloba 

Caffra 


1 


1 


35* 


rellexa '..] 




z 


l 


11 


J vai i.-a '". [.[ 


1 


112 


13-. 


rosea \" ... 








laxitlnra 

ma^rothyrsa' '.'.'. 


5 


74 


41> 
44> 


rubro-cyanea 
















•Scillaris v. lutifolia . 




17 


621 


salicifolia .'.'. '. 






4.V 








- 


17 


629 








43 


185 



JarolKvastrum c 

folio 
JacobguoidesAric 

folio 



— i 44 i 1861 



— 








— 






T „, 


Jovis Barba pulchre 








Justicia venusta ... 




60 


gg 


JuanlmoTparasitica'.'.'. 






-Ills 




























24 






Kadsura propinqua ... 








Jussieua grandiHura.. 




4, 


2122 


Kit'iupferia (Jalan-a . . 






850 


ovalifolia 
















Justicia Adhatoda ... 






861 








6054 


Americana ... 
















j;;;^ 1 ^ 


32 


102 


0224 


rotunda"" 






''<>Z 


Color 1 '.:; ".'.'. 






142:5 








6054 


bractndata 
















calycotricha 


= 


38 


1578 


Dyeri 


i!o 




787] 


K.-bi.lhim '.'.'. '.'.'. 


z 


43 


1S47 


flammea '..'. 


54 


124 








46 


2(170 










flava ... '.'.'. 




70 


4118 










navicoma 








Kirkii ... ;;; 






7S71 


(rangolica 


2 


72 


424S 


marmorata 






i 333 


eeuieulata... 

Honamoorensis ... 




51 


24S7 










20 


90 


.1440 


thvrsirlura 






707s 


hypocrateriforiiiis 


31 


101 




Wi-Imana 








. ■ ;litOrmis 




47 


2 ISO 


Kalba 








laneeolaria 


22 


92 




Kuluiia august itolia .. 




10 






20 


90 


5440 


foliislaneewlatoovatis 






951 


linearifulia 


— 


50 


2367 


glaaca 


— 




177 


longiracemosa 


4 










4 






26 


1014 


latifolia 








^asuta ia "" ::: 


~ 


69 

in 


4031 
325 


KamenoiLuk 

Wiravara . . 




11 


^s: 




- 


33 


1358 














56 


21114 


Kara S-inlan 








orbiciilata .'.".' '.'.'. 


20 


'.in 


5440 


Karatas aeanthocrat.,r 




112 






28 
24 


98 
94 


5057 
5747 


KasbrakoKonokk)Jun 
Katoulnsehi-Kua ... 




45 


3785 






50 


2307 


K itsjuia ktJenger ... 












12 


430 


Katu Kapel 






74s7 


picta r. lurMo-?aii- 








Kaulni<siaamelloides. 




47 


2h7 


guinea 

pulchella 














1004 






1358 


Kedali _ ".. ... 


— 


15 


520 












1 I 






Miia Vr-iii-ularis '..'. 


_ 


55 


2845 


Kenu.dia eoccinea ... 


— 




2064 


secunda 




46 


200U 


ovata 




ftfl 


r! 1 -!'! 


















IS: ::; 


- 


54 


2700 


&» ..: ::: 






mi 



— 








— 


Kentan 


17 


31 




Kcempferia secur 


Kentia Belmoreana . . . 
exorhiza 


44 


114 
L27 


7707 


Kohleria erianth 
Kopsia fruticosa 


monostacliya 


38 


108 


6644 


Korolkowia Sewe 


K.ntmpl.vllum arbor- 








Krevsio-ia multifl 






61 


3302 


KiuiJal'Mulk 


Keramanthus Kirkii'.'. 


32 


102 


6271 


Kutsjinas altera 


K.-ti.iia atVicana 




9 






folio manihot 




127 


77") 2 


La Muscade . . . 






41 


1702 


Labichea bipunct 




— 


59 


3152 


diversifolia 



s 



glaucina ... 

hyacintbuides 
lancea?folia 



toliosa _ 40 110 6742 nervosa 

Leichtliuii \ 39 109 0710 orchioides . 

longicollis I 54 | 124 I 7023 l| 



— 


^; 




,,, 


— 




Sf 




Lachenalia rubida . . . 








LandolpliiaComorensis 


43 


1W 


^967 


^ rot ilia 


— 






llon.la .. ... 


43 


113 




tricolor [.[ '..[ 


- 




i| 


i^nj-j;:^;;;;; 11 ..: 




i 


;||j 


" v.'luteola '.'.'. 














J 449 


unicolor 


_ 






uivea 


— 


45 


1946 










„ v. mutabilis... 








Lacbna>a buxifolia v. 
















fflruca ... 






1658 


„ v. lanceolata 








buxifolia v. virens 




40 




trifolia 








eriocepliala 
















^'•- 


- 


39 


1594 


Lapageria rosea 

rosea r. albi-flora . . 


12 


82 


4892 




_ 


51 


•2479 


Lapatlmm orientale . . . 


54 


124 


7591 


Laotucafoliisliiiearibus 


z 


47 


•21 -Mi 
2180 


L^^.n^u-orynibosa 


z 


31 


1240 


















albida 


_ 


68 


: , .9:)7 


juncea 




17 


606 


:H±T ::: 


= 




:!sl7 


Sa' 


1 


| 


E 


lurfm-acca... \\\ 








talcata .'. 








Jougbiana'" 








Lasiandra Kuntliiana . 






4412 






i;o;'„s 


macraiitha 


24 


94 


5721 


I'^l^ma z 




1| 


7541 
7541 


petiokta 

-r ' ' _-ii- 




93 


52 


iHHhmcIdlns 


39 


109 
70 


lies:-; 


. !• .•;■■!.. . 


35 


lot 


6445 


P™*tans 


21 


91 


4099 
5498 


mlcrSdluoi ::; 






:Vms 


superbiens 






4090 












15 






























La-vrstn. mia Indici .. 




12 












Lagetta lmtearia 


1 




45(12 Lasiorhiza rosea 








Lagetto 


6 


76 


4502 Lasiosipbon anthyll- 












10 


:!2S oides . . . 








Lagunam Patersonia 




20 




Lastbenia (V 
















glabrata 
























1- • inia m ixiiiium 






172 


- . recta . ' 




46 


2098 


Lai.ipi-.V.j.vu's Laureii- 


« 


■■;? 


f 


''tz: tMus :: 


59 


4 


3 


AV.-i'lbuchii' '.'.'. 








■'.■■'•. :, H 






3123 


Lampujum 




45 




dismplatyphyllos ... 


— 


- 


(50 











Vol of Vol of 












Seiiel 


u'i-k 


Tab 


Latbvrus grandi- 






Layia neo-Mexicana . 


42 


7i7 


(5850 


ii urns .. r 




44 


1938 Le Gerotie 




54 


274!) 


Hispaiiic-us 
latifoliua ... 




122 


253 Le Moutan ... 
7499 Le Yu-lan 


~ 




1154 










24 






5;'S :;: ::: 




l 69 


(5.122 Lebeckianuda 


~ 


65 


3092 


pednncBlaris 


36 


106 


0522 iTvvxhiXnVtZZ ™'' 




59 




pabescens 






3990 Le.rebouria'hyaeintlu-Dj 




60 


3220 


rot>maieius ::; 




L06 


6522 L dnlc^r al ^ UtUm ; 


31 


li'l 


on!! 




5 


37 

124 


1542 peduuculare 

7575 Ledum alpinum 
100 buxifoliuin 


31 


101 


0170 
L853 


Tiugitauus 






40 


110 




triiiuinis 


— 


69 


3987 floribus bullatis .. 


— 


10 


331 


luXintl':: ::: 


52 


1 


Ill foliis serpvlli 
74U1I glandulosum 


54 


14 
L24 


488 




56 


L26 










Latua venenata. 


in 


89 


5373 thymifolium 


40 


110 


0752 






46 


4502 Leea coccinea 

2u49 Lehmannia tomentosa 
3931 Leianthus longiiblius. . 

2(558 uiubellatus " '." 
1(53(5 ;Leiopliyllum buxifolium 

1470 tnymitblium m ... 
11 Hi Lenticula palustris ... 


18 
18 
48 

40 


118 
11 


4109 








14d Lentiscus vulgaris ... 


— 


45 


1907 










- 


45 




'^^ ns 






4580 Leonotis nepetefolia . . 
38 Leontiee Albert! ... 


_ 




3700 


Lavandula dentata . . 




12 


__ 


fiO 


{ ->'.') { r 


pCn,ea ! ." 




™ 


itl SSI"-* - ::: 




l 


I 


i.. : -:v.. : \... 


42 


112 


1(10 Lepema latitblia 
6856 Lepidium Peutillaria.. 


^ 




H 



— 


: 


» 


- 








Iridium leiocarpum . 


98 


5952 


Lencadendxonnanum.. 




116 7095 


Lepidocarpodendron 














acaulun 


Z 


19 


2005 


scokmoeeplmlum Z 




L9 698 


foliis angustis 




10 


346 


Leucantlummm nippu- 






foliu saligno 


— 


18 


o (,T - 


Z 1K '')'Z- 


48 


] "s ?;!;'r 


„ subrotuiido .. 


z 


20 


"tti'i 


[.•u'-h!'nfrnn'iimta''; 




70 4116 


Lopismium commune.. 








Leik-lmmWrgia l'riu- 






Myosurus 














Lq.tat-tina Mannii ... 


50 


120 




Leuoorarpiis fruticosus 




in] 0104 


I.fptanthe maerusta- 


44 


114 


7003 


'*™J7 ; '■■ 




: z 


Leptosiphon androsa- 






3401 




z 


si! lilO 
















luteus 


9 


79 


4735 


bulbusum 


— 


2 40 


parviflorusi-.rosaceus 














Leptospermum tiaves- 








;; ::: ::: 










53 


2695 


n 




45 1993 


grandifolium 


- 


43 


1810 







47 2162 


scandens 


5 


75 


4471 




— 




scoparium v. grandi- 




62 


3410 


maritmium minus... 


8 


1 *166 


Thea rllm z z 


















47 


2127 






51 2441 


I.epoZemmaZascicZ 
LeptoteTbicolor'^ 




l " 


iz 1 


l'^viriorua 


= 


3IJ 1210 
4 126 

lo 1 i;Zo 

50 3 J 02 
00 3251 


^LSdeT.." * °! 




a 




L.-uouthu/ crassifulia 


7 


US 51IS4 


fuliis <ubrotundis ... 














gramlitWum 














Lepid,,.., , 








pulchra 




73 131 1 



— 


.<.,-,:. 






— 


Sd 




- 




1 




u^^w. 






718 


'Il:;;;:'"''''^" 




127 


14U 


i^r :: 






1 


^' : ''.'! ( t ,s:l 




3 1 


mi 


rube,;^^;: :;; 


= 










61 


3294 




- 


24 




liX'^andis " 




L02 






— 


29 


ll l\ 


' Vrit'.-lm' 


45 


115 


7i'i'-!:: 


Lilium'africammi ]'.' 




18 


^ni 


Liebi-ia speciosa ... 
LiL-'ul riaclivorum '"' 

Hod-Snlli 




1 


1 


Alex!fndrinum '.'.'. 


= 


19 


728 


i.i^'iZfj'i'L'l"" 


." 


ilS 


5302 


angustifolium '.'.'. 


= 


J 


453 


Toiiisuiu _ 




i ii 


i 


r>r.»\vnii/-.leucantliuin 
bulbifenim 

„ v. umbellatum 


? 


1 

26 


36 

1018 


Nopulensr ^glabrum 




56 


2921 




__ 




1165 


li : --.'n'lea'.: i" 




1; 


2 183 


Janulw 11 .. ::: 


z 


21 


800 


J-il'nHAsplKKlelus Aine- 




26 


1034 


'', r.parvum 


31 


22 
24 
10] 


6146 


hiteus ... "... 






L 873 


,: ' ' '■ 






936 


Liliodendron fuliis an- 










_ 


49 


22SO 


















Tulipifera '.'.'. 
















Lilio-Gladiolus 
















bifolius 
















Lilio-Narcissus Afri- 


E 


| 


•Vui 


iluribus refiexis \\\ 


^ 


1 


1 llU 





Vol. o 


Vol. of 


















Tab. 




Son,. 


Work 




Senes Work. 




I, ilium foliis sparsis... 


- 


: : 


J ilium Philippines 
pomponium 


. m 




0250 


giganteum 


~8 


7s 1673 




3] 


1207 


HenVvi 


48 




'iur'^ri-o-iroceum''' 


48 lis 


^36 


Ib.okeri '.'.'. '.'.'. 










1018 


Imperiale 




27 1075 


. 


- 21 


70s 


japoniei forma 


56 


120 , 7722 






971 


■japonicmn 


— 


38 J 151*1 


rnMIum ..[ ... 


55 125 


7634 








rubrum 




04 


ilivbriduni) Krameri 












Lenbtlinii 












longiflorum 


7 








SU3 










3] 


1237 








„ v.albilli-.nun 




3785 


luteum ..'. 






spectabile 






inaculatum 


30 


100 6126 


sulphureum 


48 118 


7257 


martagon 


- 


21 800 


Superbum ... 


24 


7715 

3140 


Metz'ii '.'* '..' 








56 120 




Mk-hauxii 


— 




Thomsonianum 




4725 














monadelphum 
monanum... 


— 


21 l 798 




33 103 


4561 


Neilgherrense 


is 




„ 


48 lis 


E 


neilgherricmn '.'.'. 






mi Sinensis 






nepalense 




115 7()43 


i-aui-itlora 


45 115 


7086 


oehroleucuni 


4') 


115 7043 


rosea Hta '..'. '.'.'. 


IS SS 


5312 




4S 




Limnanthes Douglasii 


— 04 






56 


12(5 : 7722 




— 48 


2243 


orientale ... 


_ 


34 1405 


1 




2525 


Parryi 






Humbul.ltii " ... 




324S 


parvum 

Pensylvanicum . . . 


31 


101 


0140 


Plumieri 




2525 


_ 


22 


872 


Limodorum altum . . . 


- 24 


930 


(see note) 






1210 




— 60 


3217 


Persicum ... 






194 




31 101 


6199 






24 






59 120 


7021 






30 12 15 


: 


— 38 


1568 








boreale 


— 54 


2703 


Philadelphicum "." 


— 


15 519 


cristatum 


59 129 


7021 




— 


29 


1105 


cucullatum 


— 6o 


3707 













""'•':' 
















<:■.,;: 


wS' 




Limodornm cyperifolium 


44 


114 


7007 


Miliaria pannonica ... 




~# 


2183 




10 






purpurea 












42 


1751 


quadrifolia 








epidendroides 














6041 


Epipogium 


10 


80 


4S21 


sagittata 


29 


99 


lillOO 


faleatum 




46 


20117 










funale 


3 


73 


420.1 








6041 




49 


119 


7284 














36 


1402 








324 






44 


1024 


tristis 




96 


5S27 




29 


99 


0082 


ti-istis hispanica ... 






74 


ISSST.. ::: 


1 


71 


4153 
410S 


Webbiana^ 


29 


99 


324 




44 


114 


7020 


Lindenbergia grandi- 








TankervillisB 




44 


1 024 


flora ... ... 




126 


7738 


tuberculosura 


49 


119 


7307 


Lindenia rivalis 


17 










4 


116 








4129 






71 


4151 


LinOnUiaancimsoides! 






7520 


veratrifoliuni 


























38 


108 




LiiiK.niii arborea 












12 


403 












_ 




431 














V l 


23,4 






18 




As.-vrifolium '.'.. 






1087 


foliis laneeolatis .. . 




18 


650 


Austriacum 






1086 


onentale . 




122 


7500 






63 


34S0 


peregrinum 






71 










Eauvvolfii 






71 


Flavum ... [.'. 






312 


Linaria asquitriloba . . . 








grandiflonim 


12 




4956 










hirsutura 






5112 


apariuuides 








Hypericifolium ... 






li)48 


bellidis folio 








Macraei 


20 




5474 










raonogynum 
Plotzii ... 




64 


3,574 




29 




01 100 


15 




5112 


constat •: 




47 


2183 




63 


3480 


erassifblia 




94 


5743 


pubescens v. Sib- 








dalmatica ... 




105 


0424 










florepallido 
















„ _ purpureo 


— 


15 




Sil.tlioriiiamun 


15 




5 1 1 2 


genistifoliav.procera 


— 


in? 


21 S3 


sylvestre ... 






312 


heterophylla 


I 


;.;, 


:;S 


t,^J:S^ nm 


10 


116 


7130 


Hi-T< mica ... 














1 LOO 


Isatidis folio 


— 


47 


21 S3 


venustum 




26 




Lancerottss 




MS 


50k! 


Liparia parva" 


- 


31 


4054 
1241 


odorata "! '.'.'. 




46 








48 




origanifolia v. crassi- 








villosa ..[ ... 


_ 




2223 


folia 


24 


91 






— 


60 


3210 





Y.\.r. 


ra. of 






V',,1.,, 


Vol. of 








^ 


Tab. 




s V':l 


V:v 


Tab. 


trieallosa ..'. ..[ 


^ 


127 


MM 


Litliospermum ros- 






SS 


Av't'lk-l-rire ..'. [['. 


M 


| 




lln^n^ampH^nnn 




g 


3309 


Li^uiLbar tricuspi: 




6 6 


186 
6507 


:Sr^ : - 


31 


101 

100 


6143 
(434 


f.i-M;ii'!ti;t lepidota ... 




47 




hispida 














1180 


incana 








Liriupe spicata '.'.'. 






5348 










Lisiinthus acutan- 


3 


73 


4^21 


pilmata 


z 


5" 


2865 








5(i94 


IVntlandii 












71 










4428 


^iucifolius" ".'.'. 
longifolius 














3218 






4109 


pr< >strata 


35 


105 


6442 


ophiorrhiza 




79 


4747 




14 




5H28 




5 




1124 






58 


3(i57 


litiss,.Hia.nus '.'.'. 






302li 


vul,;,nica ..'.' .".'.' 




105 


6410 






73 


4324 


Wnllisii 




105 


6410 




3 




4324 


Lobelia aromatica ... 


22 


92 


5587 


uuiboiiatus"" ;;: 


2 


72 


424:1 


bicolor 




15 


514 


Zeylanieus 






4123 


bidentata 




36 


1484 


Lissanthe cana 






3285 


Lrid-esii 




65 


3671 








3147 


cfp.rulea 




53 


2701 






1D4 


636(5 




58 


128 


7849 


hiss., i ilus H,,,rsi 11 i 




91 




canlmalis 




9 




Krebsii 






5861 






6 + 




milanjianus 


53 


123 




coronopi folia 


— 


17 


644 








7921 














112 








49 




Litanthus pusillns 




98 


5995 


erinoides ..." '.'.'. 


— 


64 


3609 


I.it!; tl uru-tisL :( rhrvina 

fobi ... " ... 




51 


2479 


Erinus 


22 


92 


5^87 


Lithonthlapsi fruti- 




40 


1642 


g^T' ::: 


= 


32 


(144 


aceum 


_ 


51 


2479 


heterophvlla 


— 


66 


3784 




1 


74 




IIunil..,l,itiana ... 






5631 


i'«.uspuMium" ... 


4 


74 




hypocrateriformis . . . 


— 


58 


3975 


Drummondii 


31 








13 


83 


4960 






74 


44(19 


iii'ii'-lia 


— 


44 


1896 


on.-ntnle '.'.'. '.'.'. 




15 


lit 


;.-' ; 


- 


X 48 


2238 


















Pftn-um 


27 




5942 


laevigata 






225 



LoSum 



2137 


implexa ... 


±111) 


Japonica ... . 


3138 


Mavilandica 


■2:r : -2 


pedmiculis bitioris 


5073 




:-»t;u4 


punicea ... 


.-1(1(14 


pyrenaiea ... 


L499 






rupicola ... 








v. mine 


2387 


Standishii... 




syringantha 


4!i(i4 


tomentella ... 


4150 


Lopezia grandiflora . 






Lubinia atropnrpurea . 


12 


82 


41)41 


umMl 








v.m 




Luculia gratissima . . . 


— 


68 


:vmv> 


villoma 








4182 




Ludovia latifolia 


- 


56 


2950 


Lvrlmis ; 


Lueddemannia Pesca- 








'Alpina 




46 


116 


7128 




Luffafcetida .'.'.' 










Luisia Psyche 










teretifolia 










LumuCheken 












24 








Lunavia fruticosa 










I pinaster ..'. ..'. 


- 


22 




coronat 


Lupinus arboreus ... 


- 


18 


682 


flore m 




- 




202 


Fortun 


.-dvcibusalternis!^ 
< Wkshanksii ... 


~ 


58 


3056 


pralidii 



i- • . - , t i 



— 








— 








■^^Kvlon 


: 


i! 


i 


£:;!£■'."::: : : 


1 


1 


1.499 


-IfH'Il- 




55 


2814 


§§£• :: 


:;,; 


1 


l"j* 


l'iinpinrll,,. Sangui- 


l 


74 


28 1 4 

44ii!) 


(ira-fl'eri '.'.'. ... 

BE::; :: 


: 


1 


0499 

0400 
1003 
1812 


''sp-'ri/.S.-l " UU ''' Uila ' 


39 


109 


nrli's 


Maackia amurensis ... 




107 


6551 


n,mtsH,atieum 


00 

00 


130 
130 

130 




Mara ran-;, Porteana . 
Macha-ranthera seti- 


37 


121 

107 


7407 

6549 


kamtsi-haUvnsis 


00 


130 


7937 


Rffackaya bella 






5797 


1P» S ' 


12 


82 

tin 
45 


4041 
3273 

2012 


M^T.—.-jisobovata . 
Macro stigma tupis- 


41 
33 


103 


1 










-MaerotM.nia P.enthami 


44 


114 




lT^i : : 




i 


IS 


Maaar...ul »>7i ungusti- 


28 


64 


3548 


nutans 


!: 


49 


2346 


M :! .lia ,-iegans" '.'.'. 


42 


64 


3548 


paridiformis 
















purpurea 














2574 




— 






Madronos Hispanis in- 








raceniis alaribus 








sularum canarien- 








sllii'ritoiia ;:.' ;:; 








Mu^'liT acuminata 


z 


nu 


*427 


sili;inDsa 




] 3 


104 






45 


Io52 


thvrsiflora'" 




45 


•2012 


■ 






1->'i0 


verticillata 


- 


40 


2295 


Aunculata 


— 


30 


L206 



Magnolia Cam 

iio'iv'all'!,'! 



E 


nila 

JET 

^in'.lm- 










If. he 




eisr 


Maho 
Jaj 




cicr 


ner 


v'osa 




M:.i :ll 






Mam, 






)1:,M, 






Mala, 


«a-Sch 


ami 


Mala, 


shadeni 


a cl 


Mala, 
Malw 


iKna 




iU:l> 


:•.■: ,,i< 


[at; 



1!) 7:279 Marrubium nig: 

(i.) 8(546 longifolium 

7ii 401)0 Mars.lenia tlavescr 

69 3984 Imthurnii ... 

20 I 7718 l! maculata . . . 

(17 8797 Marshallia caespitc 

83 49(53 Martagon bulbifen 



127 7776 |i volubilis 

V .- ■ : 

127 7776 Martynia d1 

127 777(5 annua 

76 4510 caule petiolisque fis- 



.luManvelMan- 
pa Porteaua 
anta angustifolia 





V( , r , f Vol . of 






. 














&ss 




Jl.^valliaelephanti- 






Matricaria grandia ... N 


129 


7886 


^ Ce P S 

Ephippmm 
Estradae 


:!j 


101 


6171 


11 " 1 ^* a . j 58 


| 


7874 
















fnlvescens '.'.'. '.'.'. 

C4argantua 

gi Serosa 


44 


128 


E 


E3 r ::: S 


L18 


7225 


•gnea 

jnfkta 




.oo 


-4-" 




129 


2U42 




32 


li~2 




zevlanica hortonais.. 59 


L29 


7874 


leontoglossa 


48 
























1711 


Macrura 


47 


1 17 


7164 


oven'sis .'. . '"' 56 


L26 


7703 


Mooreana 


44 








121 i 


7703 












L26 


7750 


Peristeria A. 


31 








14 


500 


platyglossa 


47 






ensifolia ... '.'.'. — 


16 


554 










Maurandia antirrhini- 






poivsticta ... :;; 


32 
34 


L04 


6368 


tiora — 

Maurandya semper- 


40 


1643 




46 


L16 


7151 




13 


460 




47 


117 


7165 


Maxillaria acicularia ". '.'. 4 


74 


4374 






L10 


6740 


acutipetala ... — 


69 


3906 






128 


7859 


Anatomorum ... j 18 






Shuttleworthii A. 


34 


L04 


6372 


au.reo-fu.lva ... — 




3629 


Tovarensis 


21 


91 


5505 


Harrin^tonije ... 24 


94 


5706 


triaristella .. 








Brocklehurstiana ... — 




4072 


triaristellata 












4081 


Trochilus 


32 












Vritcliiana 


24 






criatata A. '.'.'All 






Wa-eneriana . . ' 














Massangea musaica 


39 


L09 




decolor — 


69 


398] 


M-n t .uu.tilulia. 




19 


736 


Deppii — 


62 


3395 


Corjmbosa ^ 


z 


36 


1468 


graminea 34 


64 


g 


ensifolia .* .„ 




lf> 




llarnsonia- ... — 






jasmiDiflora 








Henchmanni ... — 






lanceolata 


- 


22 


M 


Heynderycxii ... 22 




7533 


(Astfinma) odorata . 


^ 


97 


5891 


ieJiitoolossa' ]." 45 


115 




pustulata 




17 








4434 


violacea 


- 


16 


554 


" 




4228 


M -t .,-. nthus sinen- 








Parkeri — 


54 


2729 














3154 










placanthera" '.'.'A — 






- flora ." 










106 


0477 


Ciiusan 


59 


129 


7874 


U-ia " : - 


64 


3613 















Vol. of 
















Work 




Maiillaria raeemosa 




54 


2789 






L23 


7529 




53 


123 














5 


?:» 


ill 
























7941 


stapdioides 


— 


(17 


3877 


s.piarrosa 




44 


1935 


Bteelii 












53 




tetragcna 












44 


1808 


tyrianthina 










60 


130 


7941 










Wilsmii 


30 


L00 


6131 


Warreana 






4235 


M.'lan.miphale 




19 




Mavenia faseieulata . . . 




71 


41 S3 


Melanoselinum decip- 








Mazmt-xeronreflexum 






1901 




23 




5670 


Meadia 




1 


12 


Melanthacere... 


31 


101 


6158 


Meconopsis aculeata. . . 








iiiatum.. 




20 




rra-itolia... 








eucomoides 




17 


641 


diphylla 


11 


81 


4867 


hispanicum 


_ 


31 


L265 


heterophylla 




125 




hvacinthinum 




60 




Nipalensis 








h/vbridum 




27 


1096 


petiolata 

Walliehii 


11 


si 


48(17 


Japonicum 


36 


KM) 


6510 












16 


558 


v. fusco- 








laetum ... '..'. 





21 


803 














37 


154(1 


Medeola asparaguses . 


22 




5584 


luteum ..'. 


36 


106 


6510 


i'.;liis stellatis 








Massunijefolium ... 




22 












mouopetalum 




32 


















1540 


eoehleata ... ... 


— 






. - ' 


- 


19 


154(1 


M.-liniU.-i aniabiU 


39 


L09 


6681 


tnpu-trum '.. 


— 


16 


558 


Sb'I ::: 


39 


109 


Sli 


jsbs-T" 


z 


20 

28 


1135 


: _ ; . . 




127 


7811 




^ 


90 


.1478 


platyiiachis '." 


60 


130 


7ii!^ 


IEE tum : 


s 


73 


48->l 
































2441 


: v , . , .. .. 




44 


^ 1(l 


he-ten nnalla" '..'. 


— 


t9 


2337 


: 

Drumruondii 




130 


7M41 


.. 


"7 


77 


?;! 


Florida 






4471 


osbeckioides 








Fraseri 






32 1 < "» 










-nidiadolia 
















haniata 




130 


7941 


mgosa ... 











Vol. , 


Vol. of 








Vol ol 


1 








Tab 








** 




Serie 


Work 






Serf, 


Work 




^s,-i-a 8angU1Uea "" 


16 


4S 


| 


.M.'iiyanthes ovata ... 
M.nzirsia .•inpetrii'ulia 


z 


1 1 


1909 
L328 


M^lU'.macea" 














! 57 1 


Meleagris llos maxiinus 


~ 


30 


lot 


A. t t!:;^i^hi 8 oni-: 








Melia Azedarach 


- 


f 7 




Mm'iam, il'ore ml.ello„' 




ia 


'"'lis 


















3IeliMntbusAfncaims'.' 






301 


Merr'Jtia luci.'ia 


81 


ill 


ml 


il.liUus^rrulea '.'.'. 


_ 


U ll 


.'j ;','''.', 


M l .i-!i!!"l") 1 t 'nhami 


59 


L29 


792? 






46 




la'tifolia ... 




97 




major odorata "'. 








Mesembryanthemum 








psumluides 
Trifolium orientale.. 










2] 


91 


5539 


— 


65 




albidum ... ... 


_ 


43 


1824 


Melissa Constantino- 




















43 


1852 


barbatum 




2 




grandirlora 


— 


6 


208 





— 


30 


1220 






50 


2395 


bicolorum 








Molucca lsevis 




43 








108 




Moluccana 


— 


4:; 


1852 


Prounii 


44 


114 


6985 


Me 11.,,, Peruviana ... 












127 




taberosa 














6312 


Melocactus communis.. 


_ 


58 


ail 1 . Ml 


Densum 


— 


30 


1220 










doCbriforae' '" 




44 


1806 


trigonus ... 












32 


Melochia 












43 


1824 


Melodinus monogvnus 








folio linguiformi ... 




44 


1866 


Meuinia turgida ... 






6043 


glabrnm 








MeiHspermum Canad- 








mclaudens 




411 




eQ se 




44 


1910 












8 




L658 










{•aliuiitiim 






2970 


Micans Z '." 


— 


L3 


448 


Mentha blanda 












34 




Patrini 












4ii 


1647 


perilioiJes 








pinnatitidura 






67 


pumila 


_ 






Pomeridianuni 


— 


15 


540 


vtronicffifolia 








radiatum ... 


~ 




1220 





Vol. of 






V.-l.o, 






ss 


vs 






!".',',' 




Tab. 


Mesembryanthemum 


10 


" 


i ( 'andollei 
Micranthella Gayana . 


20 


~~ 


0345 


Mesospinidium san- t 






Microcachrys tetragona 


22 


92 


5570 


guineum ... 23 






Microcliylns Frvanus . 






4204 








Microglossa albescens. 








MlspThls^Amelan- 








39 


L09 


6672 


canadensis^ [" 54 


L24 


7ri'l''i 




39 


109 


6672 


florentina 51 












4491 








SCcrostylis discolor "." 


19 




5403 


-ramlitlora ' '.'.'. \ — 


02 


3442 


histionantha 


_ 


70 


4103 


Fobata _ 


02 


3442 




33 


103 


6325 


oiloratissima . — 


49 


2314 






109 


6668 


orientalis ... . — 




2314 


Scottii 




118 




Smithii — 


02 


3442 


Microtis media 




62 




Methouica grandiflora. 10 


82 


5210 

4D38 


parviflora 

Milium arundinaceum 


~ 


62 


4719 


Metrosidera hirsuta ... — 


45 


1960 




51 




Metrosideros anomala. ; — 


45 


1900 


Milla capitata 


27 


97 


5912 


buxifolia 6 




45 15 




42 


112 






44 


1S08 


Leichtlinii 




102 








260 


porrifolia 








iiuribunda — 


44 


1 872 


uniflora 


— 


61 


3327 


20 






i luteum ... 




14 


498 












14 










itrahierba . 




















24i>0 


pinifolia — 


69 


3989 


i gasperma . 


37 


107 


0541 


saliciiblia — 


60 


32(50 


- 


22 






^'fT , ~ 


43 


J 821 


Candida r. tlavescons 
Clowesii 


~ 


70 


4109 




42 


1701 


Regnelli 


20 


90 


5436 






4488 


spectabilis 


2 






viiidifiora — 






„ r. purpureo- 
violacea 


5 




4 t25 


fitetternichia Princeps 9 




4747 


Warseewiczii 


26 


96 


5843 


P^cipis 1. 






Mimosa adenanthera.. 








Meyeniacurymbosa... 1 


71 


42nl 


camprachyana ... 




125 


7003 


fasiculata '.'.'. \''\ 1 




4li:l 


cormgera 


'ri 


125 




Vogeliana 19 






deeipiens ... ..'. 




42 


1745 


Michanxia eampanul- 
















colulnaris" \\\ 50~ 


126 


771-2 


elegans ... 






47 




















laevigata ... " — 
Trhibatchefli . 50 


126 


774* 


longifoiia ;;; 




~ 


43 


1M7 


Michelia 1 miginosa 31 
velutina .. 3] 


101 


ill 79 


lophantha... 




~ 


" 


~3n2 


Mkoniapulveiiilenta. 19 


89 


5411 


nigricans '.'.[ 






17 


2188 



— 




£i? 


- 


— 


ISS 


- 




.Mimosa oriental ... 


_ 


~51 


2454 


Mokksei 






EHcens'"' '*" 


— 


61 




Mola-o-eo.li ... 




59 


3131) 


- 


31 


12. ' 


MolU arboris adul 


is 




im 


Spegazzinii 




129 


Tsiiii 


Molpadia suaveolens 






•u'r.i! 


stricta 




28 


1121 


Moluca 








suaveolens 




31 


1203 


Molucca lams 








verticillata 


- 


4 


110 


Moluccella laevis 


'.'. — 


43 


1 852 


virgata 






2454 






115 




Mi, aulas aurantiacus.. 








Moly caule et fol 








cardinalis 


__ 


64 


35(;i i 






22 


80»1> 










Dioscorfdis n 






1203 


















luteus 




36 


1501 


huraile ... 












90 


547 S 


indicum 




29 


1148 


„ V. variegatns.. 




61 


3336 






42 


17(54 






61 


3363 


latifolium . . . 






1148 


lmta? oimgana :: 




90 


5478 






25 




1't-i'l^lia.tus . .. 






3067 


montanum . . . 




14 


499 


re pens 


20 


90 


5423 








973 


Kingens 




8 


283 






42 


1764 


20 


90 


5478 


narc'i'ssmis foliis 


.. — 


29 


1149 






61 










1150 


: 






3924 


parvum 








Smithii 


20 


90 


5478 


Theopbrasti 








variegatus 


20 


90 


5478 




■■ — 


3 


105 






61 


3336 


Molyfiama Plinii 






2139 


lissecta ... 




59 


3157 


Momordica Charanti 














3157 


Cochinchineiisis 








Kauki ;;; ;;; 




59 


3157 














125 
















125 










5145 


^Inik.-l.-ixiii biliora ... 






7811) 


Monacanthus Bushn 








Peruviana... 




11 


371 










Mira bills Jalapa 


_ 


11 


371 


Monachanthus discol 


or 1 








32 


13 


434 


v. viridiflorus 
firabriatus . . . 


" ' z 


64 


37ms 


- - , 




75 


441D 


longit'olius . . . 


— 




3819 


grandifiora... 
Meisneri 








roseo-albus 












4411) 


















Monanthes Mnralia 








^!n,nsis'" 








Monarda affinis 








Mitel!;, \mericana 






1450 


allophylla... 




01 


33 10 


tlonbus spieatis ... 


— 


38 


L589 


altissima ... 


.. — 


61 


3310 


































, 














540 


n ^ 








fistulosa 


_ 




145 


Sainbac ^ 


— 








■ ■ — 


01 


3310 















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Wor* 






Seri,, 


WOTt 




Monardatioribus capit- 




15 


546 


Montbretia rosea . . . 
Alontrichardia acnle- 




119 


7280 


media '.['. ..'. 












128 


7817 


menthsefolia 


_ 


57 


2958 


arborea .'.'.' '.'.'. 


58 




7817 








3810 


arbore?cens 




128 


7817 






61 


3310 


Moorea irrorata 






7202 


purpurea 




61 










458 


rugosa 




61 


33 111 








1270 


Eusseliana 








bitmuinosa" ".' 








midulata ... 






331n 










Alouar-k-lla macrantlia 




102 








17 




Hondo 


— 


27 


10153 


riiin-tisis .'.',' !." 


__ 




171 


Monella ochroleuca ... 


19 






ciliata 








Mongolia Haleiana 




104 


0370 






27 


11 Mil 








572 I 


coll'ma ..'. "'. 








Alomii.-ra Brownei ... 






2557 




_ 


28 


1103 


minima repens ... 


z 


52 


-;;I 


„ v. rniniata 




39 


1612 


M obtu n s?folia n ° rOSa '" 


— 


58 


3 J 22 


crispa ... . 




82 


12S4 


xalapeDsis 




105 


0415 










Monocera grandiflora.. 




I 8 


40S0 




— 


31 


] -' 2: T, 


Monocbrotum "dicran- 


8 


8 


680 


fle'xuosa '.'.[ ..[ 


^ 


19 


'005 


antberuni 


21 


91 










613 


ensiferum 


15 


85 


5132 


... ... 


_ 


31 


1238 


Hutw^ianum 


21 


91 






20 


90 


548S 


Humboldtianum ... 


19 


89 


5307 




30 


100 


oooo 




18 




5341 


Iridioides 




19 


603 


3Io!m i.>ra grandiflora. 


48 


118 


721 Hi 


(see note) 




34 


1407 




~ 


58 


3050 






19 


693 




48 


118 


7200 


iriopetala 




28 


1103 


All . r.li i.i primuloerlora 


_ 


67 


5818 


j™<*» 


~ 


39 


1612 
1103 
























510 






10 






32 


102 




lueens 


_ 




1277 














31 




doni 




102 




iniliiattt ... ... 






1033 
















1612 














18 




lobata 
















__ 


11 






_ 


18 


655 


















Moustera Adansonii ... 


14 








- 








49 














gi-untea 

Aliilujiiga 
















49 


119 




pusilla ''. ... 




30 


1231 


trijuga 


49 












771 


ALoutl v -tia Pottsii . . . 


39 


109 


0722 


llubhiJuuiana !!! 


48 


118 


7212 





Vnl.o 


Vol. of 






Vol. „ 


Vol. of 


1 





















Series 


Work 








Work 




3Ior*a sertata 




19 


701 


Moschkowitzia 








Sisyrinchium 


30 


34 
100 


1407 

6096 


Wageneriana 


13 

14 


84 


5047 


sordescens . . . '.'.'. 


— 


16 


577 


pruriena 


12 


82 


4945 


spatha uniflora ... 




19 


098 




12 










32 


1283 




60 


130 








15 










2812 






125 




Mnlli L'lusii 




61 


8839 


Tenoreana!]. '.'.'. 




L00 








61 


3339 


Tenuis _ 


60 


130 


1047 


. Calalmra ".'. 
Grfuricia C 


28 


98 


5082 


tricolor 




16 






15 




5145 


tricuspis 




19 


696 


Murtilla '.'.'. '.'.'. 


8 


78 


46)26 






20 




:mrautia . . 


1 




4140 


tripetala 




19 


702 


Murv:, j 


52 


122 


74*7 


Unguiculata 




16 


593 


Mu„ I'.akeri 


54 


124 


7627 


vegeta 


— 


17 


613 


Basjoo 


47 


117 


7182 






19 


693 












- 


31 


1288 


Ensete 


17 








20 


90 


5438 


Hillii 




121 


7401 


Morenia fragrans [[[ 


21 


91 




humilis 


22 


92 


5613 


Lindt-niaiia 


21 




5492 




47 


117 


7182 


-M..i-R. imi lia arvensis 




57 


8(107 




49 


119 


7:i 11 


Kamburii ... 


32 


102 


4947 
6243 


rubra ..[ '.'.] 


51 


127 


74^1 


(Wlteriana 


40 


113 


696(5 
6784 
6734 


sangninea 

sapientum 


28 


127 


88 




40 


Hi) 


6784 










longifolia 


— 


70 


4092 


uranoscopus 


— 


38 


L§59 


Walla-liiana 






4092 








5462 






61 


8851 


Muscari activate '.'.'. 


32 


102 




Munsea 


54 


124 


759 S 


..-!■■■ -] ::;..; 


- 


38 




acaulis 




124 


7598 


uziireiun 


41 


111 


0*22 






124 


7598 


Havum 


_ 


19 


734 


Mun>i.,a "; ;;; 


54 


124 


7598 


■ 


58 


128 




Mormodes atro-jur- 










41 


111 


6822 


Purea 














734 


Cartoni 












38 


1565 














19 




Greenii 








obsoleti ore More ... 




19 


784 


lentiginosa 








urcliuides 


— 


22 


854 


macranthum 


30 


106 


6400 




'-'< 


129 


7873 


pardina ..'. ['.[ 










42 








_ 


67 


3879 


^ ■ - -^ 


— 


19 


704 


Rolfeanum 1111100 "!.'.' 
















"■: ■. 
















?iur.M^,vrife. ::: 








i.'-ia _ ... 






1724 
7671 







VoL of 






Vol o 


Vol of 










Tab. 












-' 


Work 






S,n,. 


117 




Muastciirla Luculia ... 


_ 


68 


3946 


Myrobromafragrans... 


47 


7107 


luteola ... 


22 


92 




Mvrsmr rapitellata ... 






8222 






46 


2099 


: Oliveri 


34 




0357 


Musscbia aurea 


37 


107 


6556 


am angusti- 
















fulium 


22 




5584 


Mustelia Eupatoria 




43 


1849 


asparagoides 


22 


92 


5584 


Mutisia aurieulata ... 












59 


8141 


decurrens 


17 






.Myrtn-Cistus pennad.. 


— 


4 
















59 


3153 


beliantha ... 


17 






arboreaaromatica^. 






1230 


ilk-i folia ... 






6009 


Brasiliana 




14 




latifolia 


29 


99 


6009 


| bullata 


10 






Lecbleri 


29 


99 


6009 


oalvcibns absque ap- 














2705 


pendiculis 




30 


1236 


spinosa ___ 


29 


99 


6009 


caryopbyllata 


— 


59 


3153 






49 


2290 






54 


2749 


Myanthus barbatus v. 










23 




5044 


labello albo 




63 


3514 


disticha ..." 




22 


867 




19 






Bombeyi 






4520 














31 


1242 


fimbriatus 


47 


V,7 


3.iu2 


J^ 8 


- 


61 


5040 


MyCryum'ligus: 








nilll-rupliylla" '.'.'. 


4 


74 


4408 


trinum 










4 


74 


4408 


Myoporum debile . . . 


— 


48 


1830 


orbu-ulata 






4558 


parvifoliura 


— 


41 


1693 


Pimenta p.] 


— 


30 


1230 








7849 


Smithii 


20 


90 


5480 


Myosundium nobile ... 












7 


250 


51 Vos.it is Azorica 


— 


70 


U22 


trinervia 


_ 






--: ' ■ * . :■ 


54 


124 


7589 


Ugni 


8 


78 


4020 


n'Xt^T 1 '.]'. '.'.'. 


54 


28 
124 


Ills 
7589 












20 


96 


5853 


abilis 


14 


84 


5083 


obtusa 




49 


2349 


cinnabarina 


14 


84 




Myn-ia acris 




59 


3153 


. 


14 


84 




amplexicaulis 


25 


95 


5790 


■mea ... 


24 


94 


5740 








1280 


Xai Corana 


12 


82 


4945 










Nana 


14 


















44 


1S05 










1 lomestica ... 




28 


1109 


M } ^a^aouiatica 


~ 


54 




XanudVs Medusae ... 


24 


28 


J 109 


ot'tiiiiiialis ... _ _... 




54 




Xapa-a hermaphrodita 


_ 


48 


2193 


5hn ,j.ha Antoinn.. 


z 


112 


6883 


Napoleona 11 


4 


tl 


2198 
4887 






123 






4 


74 


4387 






120 


7343 


Miersii 


47 


117 




Myrobalan 




97 


5934 


Narcisso -Leucojum 
pratense 








Alyn'Oatindum spic- 








_ 


30 


1210 


atum 




35 


1 il:. 


tritulium 


— 


47 


2102 





jvol.,, 


Vol. of 1 




Vol. of Vol. of 
















Tab. 




Seri.; 


Work 




Serte 


w,,;. 




Xarcissiis AtYieanus ... 




24 925 


\urci«sus uncifolius 




31 




albo-sulphureus ... 


— 








11 


iosT 


albus 






latitblius 




121 




~ 


-'! n f 




— 24 


92.1 




— 


52 i 25ss 




z 


21 


917 


Amancaes '..'. '..'. 




30 1224 






24 








35 1419 


Macleaii ... ... 




52 


2588 














51 


aBgustifolius 


z 


6 193 


marinus 


- 


19 


1301 
718 








jMatrhioli 




45 


1003 








medio luteus 






197 












24 


010 






lor, ! 617.'! 










autumnalis 


























193 












1 




bjfoims ::; ;;; 


_ 


27 J 07.") 


montanus ... 


__ 




88 


Bifrons 




21) llSli 


Moscliatus 


— 


24 


924 






32 1299 






1300 


Broussomietii ..'. 




111 7010 


Narbonensis 






bulbocodium 










1298 


„ r.monoplnllus 




90 r>831 


nobili's '. 


25 


1011 




— 


32 l''lis 




44 111 


945 
7010 


calathinns... '.'.'. 






odorua 








— 


^ li^'; 




~" 24 


03,4 


eenm^ Simi,S 


- 


21 '^ 


Oriental is ' 


- 32 


s 


itoreexalbido 


5 


113 oo:!o 


- ,.,,, not.) 


32 


1298 






1 HI 




= | 


ii 


Indicus . " '""'.[ 






^:: ::: 


~ 


24 




Itaiicus "! 
Jonquilla ... 




1 2 15 


jEi,, 


= 


i 


LOlI 


juncitblius.. 1 . ..'. 










L9 


733 












24 


94u 




— 


24 945 


I! 


— 


29 


list; 



Lak;o ... ! ."»-]. 1-J--L 






24 925 || Ioneiua 
11 I 379 IdSlJ 



Z-vlaiii-n. 



Xr;-!,, Adina _ ... 
W ■ 



Nepeta Malabarica ... ... li; -iiiTl Xicotiana fruticosa 



Nephelium 



Zeyk e nic°iim m 
Nertera dapressa 

NeXdria stylosa 
Neuberia longifolia 
Neudorffia Peruviat 
Neuwiedia Griffithi 

Xeviusa alabamensi 



- 



_ 


'B 




™. 




™H 


| Tll , 


Xotospartium Carmi- 

cluelia. 

Xotvlia albida 
bicolor ... 
Novella nigra 
XiiniU'zlian'a fChaime- 


41 1 

83 




6741 

r.::il 

71)4 


Xvui]ihii';i mieraiitha.. 
Xelumbo 

nitida 
1 Odorata 




lii.Vi 
















HS^f*' ■ 




1 '!:'i 


s 


pvoroi-a r ° SeiS 


— 3 1 




Xu\ Mosrhata' 

Mvrntieaseu Pala. 
Xyct'a-iniaTonvyana. 
NyetanthesArbi.r-tn'stis 

grandiflora 

nmhiliora .'.'.' ... 


1 


1 


[785 


sphpocurpa 
( ., l t : .zanzibariensi> 


— 33 


r:': 


amazoiiium 
advena 




1 


| 


zanzibariensis 


41 ill 


6843 


' „ v. rubra 


! i 


L 30 


Si 


<><•!, naarborea 
;;",' purpurea 




';•'* 


(hybrida)Devoniensis 

elegans 

flavo-virens" H 
floribus flavis ... 

foli is cordatis ... 

?§r Pb0Ubus H 


l'l 
10 


113 


US'J 

t604 


foetidum '. 

grandirlorum 

Hadiense 

seutellarioides 

».;"■:■' 

)rta4esmi 


i 1 


i 



10 80 48-23 Od el Kseh 

— 81 I 1243 lOdollam 

57 I 127 | 7781 | ! Odontioda Vuylstekeee 



— 






,„, 


— 


S:' 


H 




Odontoglossum Alex- 
andra- /-. Triame . 


24 


94 


5691 


(EnotlieraDrummondii 
florum calyce mono- 


- 


1:1 


3361 


„ v. guttatum 








phyllo ... 








biceps 








foliis alternis . . 






lr,s 


brevifolium 




1 2."> 




„ radicalibus ... 








Candelabrum 




125 




Fraseri 








cirrhosum ... 


33 


1(13 


C317 
















4.109 


fruticosa 








constrictum 


24 


94 




„ v. ambigua 




04 




Vnonraacu- 


11 


81 


4S7S 


-ninditlora 


~ 


s 


'I'los 


latum) see 


S 


!'!- 


047)5 


heteropliylla 


14 


84 


5078 


Edwardi ... 


40 


L10 


0771 


Lindleyii 


_ 






Grande 


— 


08 


31 )7>5 


Longiflora 


— 


11 




Hallii 








marginata 








hastilabium 








































' {see note) 










32 


L02 




odorata 






2403 


maculatum 


11 


81 


4878 


pumila 


— 


10 


355 






1 1 15 


0155 


purpurea 




10 




;;;; i £ icenm ■■■ 


31 


1 01 


4923 






10 


"347 


Noezlianum 


f> 


\f> 


7174 


smuatT ' 




62 


3392 


odoratum ... 
















iKrstcdii . 


41 


111 




tenella 








pardiuum 


28 
















32 


102 


0229 


mioi!!! eia ::: ::: 








pulehellum" 






4104 


undulata 








retusum 


53 


123 


75011 


viminea 










30 


100 


0085 


Whitneyi 








roseum 


30 


inn 


0084 


g a arbuscula 


(50 


13(1 


7942 


tigrinum 


27 












7942 


tripudians 






0029 


Olea Capensis 








vt-xillurium 






003,7 


tragrans 








Warscewiczii 




in J 




laurifolia 






3089 


zebrinum 






013S 


undulata 






3989 


Odontonema lucidum . 






4441 


Olearia dentata 


28 


98 




CEcoclades funalis . . . 






1295 


„ n 




115 




<Kdt-ra prolifera 




40 


1037 


Cumiiana 








CEnothera ambigua . . . 


~ 


64 
11 


.-,545 


Haastii 

insignis 


37 

15 


L07 


7034 










macrodonta 


15 






bistorta r.Veitchiana 








rotundifolia 




98 




eaespitosa 








,<■ 






7409 










- leschen- 




















54 


2780 


decumbens 






m 


populifolia ... 




54 


2780 



— 


:v ,-;,b. 


« 






\t; 


tel - 


Omotto 






898 




Oncidium pumilum 


3 


04 3581 


nVtr/i!i ,lllca 






IS 




- 


03 5032 


()iu-i.humalti 88 imum.. 


18 








2S 


2 0s ; So 


P.urkrri 
bicallosum... 






U4S 


' "li.lum U . bPen . 






biconratum 






3109 








bitblium 


— 


36 


1401 


tn'-iuetruni 




02 3303 
















(vi-oiieta :;: ;;; 








xanthodon 






cheirophorum ... 




103 


027s 






k'hi i;i:;s 


Columb«- 








Oncocyclus Iberieus... 


26 




eoncolor 




66 




Oncoma pulchellum . . . 


43 


1 13 6938 


"S" '"• """ i : 


43 


113 


;t 


Oncospermum Drum- 


21 


1 si 




18 


J S 


;Sii 


hi-spanica 


~ 


10 "s*! 


flexnosum ... 

Forbesii 




48 


-['■: 


oligophylla 




;>1 ' 2450 


Iluutiaiimn 




67 


::s<><; 


r..Tiunlifolia 


_ 


10 J35 


ja^nvils, ;; ;;; 




s'- 


f,!^ 


Onopnr.lum Arabicum. 
On.. -in a pyvamidalis. . . 


- 


















l:Z:^ ... ::: 


16 


i i 


':f;1 


ruraenatum 


z 


•>3 ~S80 


macrantlierum 








' 


10 


so 'l70S 


macranthum 














Uianum ... 








• 


24 


in ->0S7 


Micropogon 










",; 


70 , 14S0 
















ornithorhynclmin '. 














pa< iivpbvllum 
Papilio ... 








^ 


31 


1,11 l 6154 
















pliymatochilnm 








(»■■■ niifr) 






pi ■■•textual 














j.ul >-s r. ilavesoens.. 








pallidus '". \"\ 














spicatus 


18 . 


88 i 534S 









T ,, 




Third 








Series 


Work 






S, :i. - 




^L 


Ophioxylum Serpenti- 






_ 


• hvhiducarpaarietraum 


77 


— 


5854 










Orchis acuminata 








trifoliatum 




20 




Amhoinica 








Ophrvs arachnites ... 


— 


51 


2516 




— 


51 


251(5 


ara'elmoides 














2516 


aranife-rar.apiculaTa 


24 


94 


5712 


bi.-uvvis 


49 


110 


7289 


Ct ' rmia 


— 


87 


J:]-- 


llurmanniana 


51 


l Z- 


rw 


eiliata ..'. 


26 


96 


5*44 


ciliaris '.' '.'.'. 




40 


loos 


msectiiera 


= 


i 


5* 1 1 


iS' " : •■ 


= 




3104 
K»01 




24 




5712 


filiiosa ..; ::: 


11 




5071 


lilifolia "... 




45 


2)Ki4 






02 




lutea 






51)41 


Habunaria 






2017 


scapo nudo 






2(104 


hyacinthoides 








Speculum ... 


26 


96 


5844 


• . 


— 


45 


1944 


tenthredinifera 




44 


1980 


" 




45 


1044 


vernixia 


26 




5S44 


lutea 




47 


2172 


villosa 


_ 


44 


1930 


„ caule purpureo 








Oplotheca floridana . . . 






2003 


maculate- 


49 


119 


7289 


"i'-'i-iiirlius Fiseher- 








Manlandica 




40 


1068 








7441 








3420 


n pulast.-r malvaeea ... 


57 


127 


7758 


monophylla 


54 


L24 


70(H 


Oi'i:ntia lirasiliensi> 














L930 


cochinellifera 


_ 


54 


274] 


palmata 


— 


to 


loos 


cuspitosa ... 


38 


1 


Toll 
3304 


sagittalis 




M 




foliis ovatis . . 






















3914 


















sulphurea .'.. ... 












54 


2741 


tephrosanthos 












1 15 


7(i46 








3426 


monacantlia 








testiculata 




4(i 




nigricans 

polyacantha 


~ 


1 1 5 


7040 


tripetaloides 
Orelia -randitiora ... 


47 


117 


338 


polyanthos 






200 / 








4411 


Kafmes (1 uii 


45 


115 


7oU 


Orellaua folliculis lap- 








sr "' 


6 


115 


1557 


bullata 

< ...■•'■ 'T:.:iv;rii.. 


34 


104 


3931 

5320 


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- 


43 


IS!* 


nliba ' Um aD180t . 




40 


24so 


<»i Iiidi'a ' '.'.' '.'.'. 


_ 


65 


:;oo() 


■tamnu< . 




9 


20 S 


°ix'hidiuiii boreale . .. 


— 


54 


2763 


ti^tuk-um 


— 


5 


145 



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2605 


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nritliyiii bitlora 






051 8 








269 


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nutans ... .'' 


— 


8 


269 








1450 




- 


30 


1200 


nniithi.lium album ..'. 




61 


33i 10 


! pallidum ... ''.' 


_ 


30 


1200 








4141 






23 


913 


OrnithocliilusEubleph- 










__ 


37 


1539 










Eevoiutum \\\ 




18 


653 




53 


120 




samium villosum ... 






3077 


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scapo billoro 


_ 


19 


710 




- 


29 


1 1 64 


sulcatum ... 




24 




affinis 


— 


?o 




Squilla 


— 


23 


918 






19 










1200 










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1164 










umbfllato affine ... 








ArZ'um 11 .. ::: 




19 


^28 


umbellatum maximum 


z 


19 


3170 














27 


1083 














21 


;;35 














24. 




canadense 


— 


19 




verniim ... ... 


_ 


19 


710 














19 


710 










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capitatum 


19 




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994 


caudatum 


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41 


J 722 










Orobancke sp. 15 




116 


7106 


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i . v ..... ::: 




129 




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11 10 




12 






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tmrilmsumbcllatis.. 








atro-puq.ureus ... 


12 




ii 


tbliis cordatis 


— 


34 


I3S2 


caule mmoso 




48 


2261 


giganteum 
















gramineum . . 
































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10 13 




z 


22 


l 876 






49 


2345 


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21 


804 






46 




































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55 


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Orobus stipulaceus . . 




56 


2937 


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88 


5335 


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48 2261 


iJuviran.lra Bernier- 


si 




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= 


1 


2 675 


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18 


675 


bm'nlct-.'t;, ' '" -■"-' 




2781 


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sits 






3938 


Or-.thanmusZeyhen . 


1 
























237 






J 27 








2866 








3847 


dispar 1 57 


127 


7794 




26 




5833 






4400 


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102 


6256 










floribuu.ia \ !'.' - 




2S30 


Orychophragmus 










68 


3038 












41 


1083 


Osbeckia aspera 














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60] I 


lasiandra .' !! — : 


68 


:;s!n; 


eaiiipestris 




L<>7 




lasiopetala — 


68 


3932 
















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4026 


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3938 


btn'oe'.'.blta '.'.'. ['[ 






2836 


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7 


237 


i - i iiis 


37 


107 


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41 


1683 


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107 


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li 13 1 


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barbara Z 


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98 


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rubella '.'.', 




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1712 


folia 










41 


I 7 1 -J 


siibrotunda 


50 


120 




urbica . — 


68 


3938 


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variabilis r. albifb.ra — 






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1312 


versicolor ".. ..'. — 


4 J, 


1712 



; 



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Pmnata ... — iin 70s Oxybaphus multiflorus 32 b»2 

Ottel-Ainbel '' . '- 3<i PJiil palustris P . . . — 52 



T,-iuiit;.ii i i 

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— ! 62 3431 



— 


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¥ :;l 


".,, 


— 








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18 


88 




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calathinum 


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i 46 




7107 


^'•iiimtiim..; :;; 




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li'it' 


i'ructu oblongo 




i 


243 






44 


lsiti 


melonia effigie 
vulgaris 




















- 


flavum 
foliisensiforniilms. 


- 


21 




tilum Cham- 


11 


81 


4836 


iVagrans 




i 


ii 


berlainianum . . . 

Vut^ia-MaritB ^ 
Papiria spiralis 


54 
54 


124 

L24 


7578 
7629 

1088 


n^iium 




35 


1410 


[; ; ; ! ;;™;^;;2 Lu , 


— 


50 


2358 


patens 




44 


1041 


oides 


53 


L23 




Kotatum 


- 


P 


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keliocarpum ... , 


26 


1 23 


_ 


Sr"" °" 




19 


'tis 


elliptica . 


51 


1^1 


7402 






67 


S«7 


PWvmamiiana . . 






6238 


























































Parilium Arbor-tristis 








labyrinthicus 


+:. 


115 




Paris foliis ternatis . . 






40 


pygmasus 
















unguifer 


34 














KuMipavel 








Paritium elatum 


17 




524-") 


3 lanica 








Wrayw ...... 


19 


\ 


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r,.;ii!) 










Par q ui ::: . 




12 





64 


3580 




119J 


77 


4586 



Pavetta macrotliyr ( 

salicifolia ... 
Paviaedulis ... 



lm-galaii'tlm ... 40 lit; 

Pedilonum secundum.! 4 74 

Pedrosia Berthelotii ... 40 110 

Peirescia aculeata ... 40 110 

Sacharosa 40 110 

Pekea Couroupita ... — 59 

tuberculosa ... — 54 



crassicaul 
dasycaule 



Pulchellum 



urn floribus 








•ubellis '.'.'. 




42 


187D 


un 


57 


127 


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— 




iS 




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lVtalostemum viola- 

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iVtiva volubili.s 


- 


I 


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Phala-uopsisParisliii.. 


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52?2 


v'...l:,^a, hvbriila 
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1 


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= i 


1044 


I'ha-.l itl us bucciua- 


19 


89 


5361 


fzr ' 


: 64 


2774 
3610 


L.iulles'auus' 
I'ha- .neuron Moloneyi 


I 


126 


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= s 


318 
914 


grandifolius 


= 


1 


v. fit 


Quamasli ... 
radice bulbosa 

mbigaa 




1574 


Kunstleri 


44 


1 


lii 


: 

Pharbitis aibo - mar- 

Leani 

Nil >: lirnbata . . . 


4ti 119 

24 94 


7312 


L'.Md.-manuiana ... 

MXBLW 


% 


1U 


6964 


ibua 


;: g 


2lS 



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Phaseolus Egyptian.. 




l 


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radii's se- 




126 


7009 
L843 

1891 


flare albc 




il 


s 


laci 


r.Russel- 


45 


52 

25 
115 


7699 

2542 
999 
7048 

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acuminata 




32 


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latifolia 

lepidota 


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106 


4540 
1416 












10 






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1 


12o 


llg 


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1 10 

i 19 

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70 
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44 


1SS2 
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spathaeea ... 


47 

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117 


7 1 75 








8180 










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59 


3182 


suli-lmiva". .. 
undulatifolia 




34 


1410 


t'lusiiufolium 


- 


56 


21)43 


\ 2 


72 


4241 




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30 


1280 




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44 


1882 


1'idi^Xnium bucci- 
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— 
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122 
40 
80 
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4 -Hi 4 


viri iiilorum " '.. 


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41 


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r, 5? r ::: :;: 




49 


L564 

284(1 
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I'l'ryrni.livlluni .Tubes 


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151 










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26 


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s 


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1547 
























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34 


1410 


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curullina ]!.' .".' 


38 


108 


mm 


r 


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47 


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Mjatigma linearis... — 64 3575 ' thuin 

latyzamia 31 I 101 ; 6184 Plmnbaddium roseun: 






a 15 85 5105 Larpeutae 

Khasiyana 15 n5 5105 Plinii 

t.-cTrauthii3 barbatus — 46 I 2036 i quorundam 

coleoides 20 00 5S41 rhomboidea 



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elegans 2 72 4202 bitiora 

gayanum 34 104 0045 calyptrata . . . 

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buxi minuris folk 



thes Um tloribus 





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— 




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106 


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7240 


I V/.'Vr^iini 


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vai'im'i folium 

l'ulv|i;irn L-oiicliiiifljin 


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1 


107 

106 
lot; 
111 
111 
111 

125 

54 


6503 

ti.lllO 
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nn^r^ropliylla 

Elinguiculata 
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48 118 

49 . 119 


2984 

2: 141 


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riuni'us'picatis 

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13 


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l-n.ir»"lllkeri.'.a: ". 


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53 
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L07 
118 
52 
123 
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43 


29 

57 

115 

113 


21173 
6961 










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105 


(',437 








rotundifolia ' 




59 


3167 












62 


3445 


denticulata ... 


_*? 


L 68 3959 


Rusbyi ;." 


44 


114 
113 


7032 
6961 






113 urn 






123 




Moribunda 




L09 6712 










foliis ellipticis ... 














„ ovatis 


— 


59 3167 


„ r. inte^rnma 


— 




3445 


„ subhursutis ... 


z 


29 ni;i 


., r. K; ^>^- 


36 


106 


6493 














4597 














•2564 


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-is 


lis 7246 




53 


123 




SiT*:: ::: 


1, 


1 1 


verticillata " 


4 




3 


pe ... ... 


48 




™ ,™\. nivea "! 


z 


29 


1161 


incisa 


— 


21 Mi 


I'rimiilma sinensis 


46 


116 








24 942 




46 


116 






z 


59 121 ° 


1 EH?* 


•24 


0U 


£1 


mandarine 


41 


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Prit/'eliaz-h 




128 


7^4-> 


in^ast-a-tbHa" 


59 


129 7901 




~~ 


26 


1056 
















mollis ... ;;; 




i S 


. ,sr 






fil 


obtusifolia 


43 


113 6956 


lata 


60 


130 


7934 













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I'rostanthera «»petri- 






Prunella granditlora... 


3 


11. 












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lasianthos... '.'.'. 






: 4 - 4 


lati folia 


— 


45 


2014 


ii,-u'if'.]ia ... !!! 
iuu'inunifolia !" 


5 


l 


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!'r!ln , u' ,l p>ungei .'.'.' 


1 


1 


5934 


Cordifolia"! !" 


— 


JS 


649 


Jacqnemontii 


■14 


1 1 1. 


6976 


(** *ote) 


— 


18 


660 


Japonica 


— 


IT 


2176 


coronata . . 




41 












mummies 


- 


41 


1718 


maritim^ 




59 


3130 




- 


46 


2065 


yiirJ.alana" '.'.'. 








gramlitWa '"v. lati- 




22 


878 


SiSsis '.'.'. ".'.'. 


- 


47 


1117 


lactjcolor '•'.'. '.'.'. 


z 






l^^'Xialmigicolla.. 


1 


M 


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lepidocarpodendron . 


z 






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20 




rlS 


lo p ng!r r r u ::: 


- 






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100 


0513 


longifoiia ..'. .".' 


= 


10 


840 


3;-^;^!;; 


- 


Q 


311 










American um 






804 


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40 


m 


7 >--'u 


hederaceum 

Pseudo-capsicum lanci- 


- 


« 


2840 


ra'lnita *'.'.'. .'.'.' 
















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2 


J19 


|i 


irrhiza '.'.'. 
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Z 


14 
47 


485 

2154 


scolymocephala ] ! ! 












24 


024 


Scoiymus 


_ 


19 


lii»S 


albua 




29 


L187 


speciosa 




29 


1183 






32 


1301 
1300 


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1301 


"V'^tn, 


21 


101 


i 


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24 
24 


1301 

924 

1187 



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_ 


24 


924 


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foliis aggregates ... 
glabra 

Pterocephalus bellidi- 

folia 

IVin^i 


8 


™ 


4670 
4670 




— 


27 






!;';:; 


S3 


lllw-f 11 -::" 




1 


ioiin 


P erennis 

Ptero.liscus luridus ... 

1' ■ Lmi pnu-iflora 


= 


17 


620 

1526 


M'-lii.'tus^.. '.'.'. 
Psychutria capensia ... 

4 : ,phn,.i,le9 

I:' ^ '. : ./ 

1'r ns 1 rgentea 


35 


129 
60 

L05 
32 

42 


3228 

0454 
1287 
L749 


Punk.-ii/ . . ' .' " 

curta 

niaci'ophylla 

Vty ; . rmaappoiHli- 
CapitisYorki '.'.'. 


-17 


17 
62 
104 


1520 
3401 
3172 

635 L 
3400 

3172 


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digitata 


16 
10 






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104 

10 
101 




beTerVpbylla ^ 


ia 


82 


i;S 


pai.i.Mib.ta 


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2080 


multiaurita" 

, utupbylla 


16 


s 


5 J 04 


vulgaris ".'.*. 
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apiiti'lio rigido 


= 


1 


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triwlor '.'.'. 


16 




5104 


f u His,W ;; ,upusitis . 




i 


716 


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s 


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I'uhemeaUloba .. 


: 


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kl 













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, 




335 


38* 


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I'uh.n;,, eonlata ... 






3^3 




Pyrola 3-fraticans ... 


1 


jg 


77S 


£'£'"■■ ■■• 




1 


1477 


Mariana .'.'.' 
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897 


juncea 








petiolisai : 






897 






55 


2*50 


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Z 






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|,y Anl'nm!-hier ... 




l 50 


2430 






113 




i; 






7354 


rnbia-folia '.'.'. '.'.'. 








arbutifolia 






?668 












30 


100 


6112 


Stijuikris '.['. '..'. 




38 


1588 


„ mdtoa 


51 


m 

130 


7480 
7988 


suhunibellata 












130 


7088 


tenuifolia 

mains ..[ [.'. 




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! ! 


45 
121 

121 

18 

130 
110 
124 


2009 
7423 
7423 
2430 
692 
7075 
6780 
7619 


F'u^hkini.'iscilloides!! 




105 




^•a]is' VetZkyaUa '" 


54 


130 
124 


7975 
7619 


rnya"Altensteinii 7-. 










31 


101 


015S 


gigantea 












121 


7430 










| 60 


130 


7088 




17 






spectabilis 


— 


8 


207 


^i^hacea 


60 






thiansc-lianica 


57 


127 


7755 


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g 






r!irmimiiis Ca . ... 


51 


123 


7423 












36 


L06 


6491 


Warszewiczii . . . 


» 


94 




i ' Wallich- 
■ra barbu- 


50 


120 


7342 

4502 


I'y roth rum adauctum.! 


















14 


84 


.5iM)7 


Quai-fa 





38 


1552 










lion multi- 


















32 


102 


6266 


Indicum ... 


59 




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Quamoclit Americana. 


~ 


7 


221 
244 


lavandulffifoiium '.'.'. 










55 


125 


7689 


mnlticaule 










20 


90 


5432 


uligim.sum 
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14 


407 



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Ranunculus montanus 




11 


iSo 


QuiC" ::: ::: : 




123 






— 




3D22 


C-unnpi.tolium lupini 










48 


118 




































Quiii-juina "i ..'. 






5364 










Quisqualis glabra 


— 


46 


2033 


Olvssiponensis ... 






1:585 








parisiensis 








P ubescens 




4(5 


2033 


paruassifolius 
pedatifidus 


z 


48 




Eademachia incisa . . . 


— 




•28(50 


pedatus 


— 


48 




inte g ra 
















Eadixcava 




£ 


if 


pracox mtsefolio ... 


54 


jj 












rot n i.di tblius Z 




48 




erfoliata 


- 


4 : : 


2334 


n!!;^'iius°. ::: 


54 


12 1 
124 




Eailliardia riliolata ' ' '. 


23 


91 


5517 


siculus 






2171 


Itajania .,uinata ... 


11 


*l 


4864 


spicatus 






4585 


Bamusatia vivipara ... 
















Ran 




42 


1751 


Virginitjnsis 






162 


Randia aculeata 




62 


3409 


!;a i' h ;;^i ,is inte s er - 


i 21 


01 




foliis subi-otimdis '.'.'. 




4:5 


1841 


Japonica v. integer- 








longistyla 






4322 


rima 


21 


91 




Ranunculus aconiti- 
















folius 


~ 


48 


. 2 |]i 




54 


124 


7S1S 


amplexicaulis 


= 


4 


ill 


:,Z~ : 




t 


gg 


aquaticus 




57 


i™ 


foliis imis l.mge pe- 




49 


2.-4* 


















Cassubicus 
















eortusa-folius 


48 


118 


-!;-" 


„ radic-alibus 






2347 


gr;, mineus... 






^^ 


fruticosuT".^ 8 :.: 




58 


4169 


Lvallii ... '.'.'. 
milleibliatus 


1 


1 


E 


;:|:i:;:i^i p;cum 




i 


^ 



Leschen- lihanmus latifoKus 

a ... 22 I 92 : 5587 libanotica ... 

— i 69 ' 4002 Rhaphidopliora decu 

13 83 4960 i siva 

a ... 1 71 4150 \ eximia 



Ravenea Hildebrand 
Rea macrantha 
Keana luxuriana 

Redoutia hetercphy 



ineahuia Capen 



54 124 7591 

— 25 968 

— 55 2838 
29 99 6018 
21 91 5506 

— 55 2836 

— 51 2441 



Restrepia antennii 





ra. ,.t 








'V„l of 










)■?;- 














Series 1 


iv;;:;; 








Work 




J.iilz imlus tuberculo- 




i 




ji Rhododendron rhaina- 












54 1 


2727 






| 14 


■ 488 


Kliodantbe maculata!! 


18 


88 


r)2<)(i 


! Championae 


7 




4609 


Munglesii 






3483 


1 ciliatum v. roseo- 








„ 0. maculate 


18 


88 


r>290 


albnm 


8 


78 


4648 


„ f v. sanguine 














7782 


sangumea 


is 






^^rinumv.pai- 


10 


80 


4788 


Rhodochiton vol'tt- 
















bile 
















]i!u..li:ci>t;isr,|.rtliulK't- 








(MlJrtianum 


44 


! L4 


7i)19 










dahwricum v. sem- 








Rkododendron albi- 












44 


1888 


aii!r m :;: ;;; 




61 


ZiZ 


,, * bybridum 


18 


8S 


5022 


anthopogon" '." 


_ 


68 


3947 






125 


-'■s'l' 


arboreum^-.,]!,:;::,.. 




61 


3290 


• l^-MOld,* 


*8 


7* 


4657 


' 








lh [m : Infn Um) . ^^ 




49 


20118 


v. King- 








j-^l'''neri 


12 


''•> 


l'.i- 1 >4 


- "•!!?*: 


18 


126 


W 


fuliis ciliatis 


49 


"4 




argenteurn 


14 


84 


";"">4 


formosmn ... Z. 






1457 


Aucklandif * Z. 


[2 




MM 


: foigens 8 :;: ;:: 


Is 


62 


,;■- 


lioothii Z. Z. 




L90 






40 


lis 


fm 


llZ&auum 1 Z 
































fulgidum ..." 
















Califoraicnm 
















calophvllum 


ia 






hjbridwn Z. 




49 


oZs 


caiuellia'florum ... 


12 






























v. V i ;llii 








jaMniniflorum Z. 






4524 


















candelabrum 


— 


l 


li 


1 .. v. tubiflora 
Kendrickii v. lati- 


41 






p *JJ 


1 — 1 


02 ! 


0122 


I'-pi'iutum... 


~8 


i 


1657 



• — 


Sslss? 




— 




52? 




Iron lepido- 

tumr.chloranthun, 
lepidotum v. obovatum 
liuearifolium ... ! 
l.ndfoliuia ... ! 
Maddeni 


Ki 80 
43 L13 


4SUo 


Rhododendron Wind- 

lllin'l'.'lriit (.■hampioni 

Hhodopsis 

Khodor;. Canadensis .. 


M 


LM 


1 


Maximum... [[[ \ 


~ 62 


3 


-'K,-moi.l^ 








modestum 

molle 

Moulmainense ... 

multicolor 

Nilagiricum 

v. fulva '.'.'. 


ID 110 

4 74 
9 79 
41 111 | 


43S1 
473 1 1 

6827 


l^vm^eragrandi- 




« 


6011 


muli Horum v. sein- 














xuttanii .'." .';.' 


1 1 


ii 


miy, S;;r um z " y : 


1 




6861 


Pontica r.'albiflora 

Ponticum 

punctatum 


— ; 18 


.;'; 


■ ; 


26 


96 


5913 


reticulatum 

rhombicum" '.'.'. 
lioylei 


'' a 


1 


liiWa.'iilmin '.'.'. 
Biil-sii ... * 


si 


m 


4737 
7591 


rubiginosum 


54 124 


iljr.7 






Is 


ll 


Sc];lippenbachii ... 

serpvllifolium 

Kh.-pherdii 

smfmovi ;;; 

Smitliii 

Veitchianum '.'.'. 


47 1 1 7 

18 83 

29 ' 99 
13 83 
12 82 


4<H»7 
11(14."") 
4U02 
40-24 


osya.VutiTi.ies ::: 


5 


63 


I 




ill 


11 


wmaeuial., 
DtWuuU 


51 


124 
121 


7436 



zoffia sitchensis 
letia Backhousii 
iflora 


— 46 
30 100 

83 108 



Lodrigueaia Barkeri.. 

lanceolata 

planifolia 



, : - - : 



-?M!i-:i:'« 



— 49 2o-Y-\ 

— J 49 28:;:; cristata 

— j 43 1781 Clu,rokrensis 

— I 66 3772 ( Tuiitusis . .. 



— 


:I : i 




- 







SI 


,„: 


„ v. bicolor . . . 


51 


121 


7i m 


Roscuea gracilis 


\\ 




S 


llaximovicziaaa 11! 


I 


!g 


iB 


l^rln.Jlmia cassis" 




18 


5 690 


moschata 11! 11! 
multiflora 


5 


i 


SI 


., 




84 


I'm" 


SK""*!! ::: 


55 


•2 
125 


3475 
7ii4(i 


gloriosoides 

viridiHora 

Roydsia suaveolens . . . 
Rubeola aniericana ... 


4 1 


112 

38 


1500 


ISr"^ 111 


42 
46 


109 


Tll'-I 


hmLilils " 111 111 
jiivanirus ^ 


11 


| 


| 


rubro ef alio- 


46 


116 


718 


1 


57 


12? 


■ ; 1'j 


^T^ 




42 


2*4 


- - 


36 


7 * 


t£> 


^t" u1 ::: ::: 


M 








43 


[13 


7716 


Hi.il.lieifulia 


40 


M 


II 


rus'.-tlorus!!! Ill 
sikkimensis L ... 


111 


l 


l| 


Tlil.m lV ' L ... Ill 

vJrsi'rolor 11! 1" 

villosa 

WalKebii 

AYichura- 

Wiclmraiana 

Xmithum 








"S:k^i- 


s 


113 
116 


S'l 









Vol of : 


voi. of ; 




" 








Vw" 






S,n,.- Work 




Series 






Eudbeckia fulgida ... I 


45 


1996 ! 


Rosens Hypophyllum. — 


46 


2049 






2310 latifolius - 






oppositifolia ... ! 


— 61 










p inS ta ::: 


— i 49 


3716 


Russ.dia multitiora ... — 




i'iis 




— 1 




R.ita an-iistitblia ... — 






Rudgeamacropliylla'" ' 


•23 93 


5653 


chalef.msis ... — ! 


49 


231 1 


Euellia 


4 74 


4363 








anisophylla 












— 62 


34(4 


montana — 


48 


2251 














barl.norides' '.'.'. 






pratensis — 












sylvestris — 






callosa '.'.'. '.'.'. 


- *! 


3718 


Ruvschiana verticillata — ! 
Ryiidophvllmiiauricu- 


-' 


1084 


cv !•■■! nan deli ana '.'.'. 
elegans '.".'. '.'.'. 


5 | 


i™ 


latum I - 1 

floribundum ... j 4 j 

Sabal Adansoni ... — 

Sabbat i a calvcosa '.'.'. - 


64 

74 


4380 


JilCrata.':: .'.'.' 


10 , 80 


nS 


^■Z V uT,n * is'" ' - 




41M8 


nJligutera ..! '.'.'.. 


43 113 




S'vClam ja'plmi^um: , 49 


















infundibuliformis ... 


~2 72 




Sao-ialii urn ampulla- ! ' 


120 




lilac-ina '.'.'. '.'.'. 


59 129 




befiinl ::: ::: 46 


116 


■;i : 4 






444 8 


d^nVulatum '.'.. 10 




4772 


obli.ma " 












Portella? 












Purdieana 




Mm 


Ilan-isuniaimra ... 20 


102 


;~-.vS 


y.-.biniana 




42^ 


\Sz~ ::: 1 


93 


■^i; 


varia'nT '" 


59 M 


1358 


Munivaiium ... 51 


l il 


;.32 


ijraiis' 


44 ill 


7024 


luliiTlanceolato- 


L10 




Ruli g corylifolia ... 










1792 


I'r^Ttvmenose^ 


' t8 


2191 


" maX )ikibu S m " — 


43 


1792 


l: u '-^^lis 


| IE 




laucifolia ...'.'.[ — 


1 117 


1032 
1631 
1031 
7202 









Tab. 








'';■;:. 










Work 




Saintpaulia ionantha.. 


^7 


121 


7408 


Salvia hypoleuca ... 


33 


103 


6300 


Salicaria glabra 






10(13 




35 


105 


odds 






46 




Indiea '.'.'. 




11 




>;,;•, :ia latifolia '.'.'. 








iutemipta 




96 








125 


7<583 








2S72 






29 


1180 








2S72 










■ Leonuroides 


— 


11 376 








2S11 


>leucantha 




73 4318 


integniulia" .'.'.' 










30 ! 100 


0517 






64 


3556 


maerostacbya ... 


50 120 


7372 


linearis 




60 


3250 




— 28 


1114 




- 


61 


3365 


mexicana 


- 42 


1728 




— 


61 


3365 




40 110 6772 


Salpixanthaciccinea." 


i 

4 


71 
74 


4158 

4378 


!!!icro°Ml 8 a 


35 105 6448 


Salvi'a acumii'atis- 
















42 


1728 












182 










32 


1294 


paniculata."! 


40 110 6790 


angustifolia 




42 


1728 


. patens 


—67 3808 




11 


81 


4884 


pinifolia 


JO so 5209 


Aurea ... ... 


_ 


6 


182 


porphyrata 


12 82 4939 






42 


1728 










43 


1774 




35 105 


odds 








988 




— 11 




Boliviana '.'.[ 


28 








28 98 


5947 




39 


109 


6714 




16 8(5 


5209 






49 






16 80 


5209 


oacaliipfolia 
candelabrum 


13 


S3 


50I7 


- 


44 1 114 6980 

33 1 103 6300 


earduacea 


11 


81 


-IS 74 


strictitiora 


— 59 3135 












28 98 5991 


Chamaedrioides 




21 


808 




- 35 1429 


Cham*dry 8 






808 


Tauricae 




Chaiiueehcagnea ... 


40 


110 


0700 




— 32 | 1294 
10 86 5209 


confertitiora 


_ 


68 


3899 


Sambucus aquatica ... 


13 438 


diehroa 












■discolor 


to 










•elegans 




J 43 


1843 




I 16 550 


I'-'-'/''. 
bWUhlei 




25 


s 


album '.'.'. 


— 60 3235 


• Greggii ;;; :;; 


41 


ill 


isti 


>angninaria'"Canad- 


9 79 4710 




16 


86 


.VJM9 


' "" i ] " 


102 


'■Www 


36 


106 






— 




230 







i 













,,. 








Sanicula alpina 


— 24 


OO 


SarmieuTa repens 


39 109 


6720 






20 


11 01 


- purgans 


54 124 


7018 






12 


424 


San-arena Canadensis . 




849 




_ 


25 


987 


foliis longioribus . . 


- 20 


780 


. „. .- 




40 


1004 


^arra.-LMiia adanca ... 


- 41 


1710 


SaTs?vieda Angol- 


15 


85 


5003 


Flava 


i = l 


780 
1710 


eyliudrica 


L5 s.i 


5000 


purpurea 




840 


fruticosa ... 




4270 


variolaris 


- 63 


1710 


(iuiniM-nsis 


— 20 


HSU 


Sasanrpia 


— 46 


21 ISO 


^;;:;; ica 


50 120 


70.7 


stuil albirlorum . 


~ iiis 


00''-! 


lanuginosa " '.'.' 


52 122 


7487 


aureum 


49 119 


7289 






2034 








1512 


Koxburghiana 


52 122 


74S7 






108 


6625 


Sessili flora 


- 19 


700 


coriitblium 






2172 


zevlanica ^ "^ 


52 122 


1431 


cormitum ". W'. 


49 


119 

70 


72S0 
4091 


Santainm album '.. 


60 




cuuulhitum 


Zl 4 


2172 


Santolina africana ... 








40 119 










diphyllttm"! '.'.'. 


~ 59 




Saponaria glutinosa... 








- 46 




r^k-o'lfmosa 


= si 


154 

144S 


epipogium 


10 80 


4S21 
2947 




- 4 ° 


220(1 




40 | 119 


72S0 


Sapottn Negro 




39*8 


foliis liratis 


— 24 


080 




50 120 


7364 


! grandirlorum 




4073 






3018 




- 24 






— 57 


3018 










23 93 


■>«;*) 


niembranaceum ... 


!0 110 




]'!!rishii s ::: ::: 


16 66 


4030 


^i^des 


38 108 


1036 


Stow, 11, an us 






5030 




38 108 




"''rni 


* 


" 


: W» 


ZZlnuna 




ills 





44 114 7010 sphi 

i Wiglitial 
— 51 2502 Saurauja 8] 



arpmn 
sphalum .. 

ibilis" 



46 


:« 


i 


69 


|z 


it 





Vol... 


Vol. of 












- 


l;.\ 


Tab 




-- ™* 




Baviniona acerifolia 


77 


128 


7805 


Saxifraga sarmentosa . 


_ 


3 


92 


Saxifraga Almeriensis . 


38 


108 


nolo 


setigera _ 




77 1021 


aquatica 


— 


48 


•2207 




28 


98 5067 


aretioides ... 


26 






VirgLiTnsis' 
Wallaceana 




40 1004 








4021 




11 IS oo in 


Boryi 


39 


109 


6702 


Sazuri 


— 


OS 15»] 


calvciflora .'.'.' '.'.'. 


4'J 


119 


7315 


Scabiosa atropurpurea 




7 


247 


Camposii 


38 


108 


6640 


carduifolia 




47 


2109 


ceratophvlla 


_ 


40 


1651 


Caucasea 


— 


23 


886 


ciliata 












247 












247 










30 i 100 


6526 


coclilearis ... 




L09 


0088 Seabrita scabra 


12 82 


4900 


cortusifolia 




109 




Scsevola attemiata . . . 




cotyledon 


39 


109 


07o2 


Ktrniuii 


— 54 2 7:'. 2 


crassitolia 








Lobelia 


- 54 












Si.- alia -laceoides 


— 24 




diversi folia 


38 


108 


r.on:; 


Scaphosepalum pulvi- 






len-ii-inea . '.'.'. 










40 | 116 


7151 


flagellaris 






4021 Scaphyglottis violaeea 




4071 


florulenta 




100 


6102 Sceptranthus Drum- 






foliis cordato-oval- 












Fortunei 


19 


4o 


1664 Scheelea keweusis ... 
5377 Scheeria lanata 


13 V ll 4963 


-eratiioides 


45 


115 


7056 Mexicans 




1 'V •' . 


— 


4S 


2207 Sckelhammera undu- 














latepetiolata 


45 


115 


7056 Schena 


16 2? aofl 


leucantliemilblia ... 






2959 Schinus Areira 


IT ,S1 -t^ 










51 121 7400 


lingulata 


27 


97 


5889 dependens 




121 7 0m; 


„ v. cochlearis 




109 


OOSS Huygan ... 






(Aizoonia) lon^it'ulia 




97 


5889 


Molle 




01 3339 


lysimachoides 




108 


6603 


S«4i;>an ha cuccinea .. 


" 




1413 


marginata 


39 


1(19 


0702 


-.■■.:■■_ M'ttis Cl'l-- 








Maweana 


34 


104 


03S4 




37 








49 


119 


7315 


08 Graliamii 


- 




3044 






48 


22n2 


i Hookeri 




58 




Moorcroftiana '.'.'. 




L08 


6603 ii pimiatus 




24«i4 




_ 


10 


:{51 porrigeus 


- 5! 


2.~>2 1 


nubicola .'.'.' 




108 


6609 ' retusus 






3045 




38 


11 B 


000.°, Scliizocodon soldanel- 








peltata 




100 


(',074 loides 


49 


119 7310 






48 


2207 Schizopetalon Walked 




50 2379 


••• :;: 


_ 


57 


illrli lScbi o>iiu,T a iun8i ~ 


4 


74 4367 










20 


90 5422 


purpumsceni '.'.'. 


14 






- 


77 4500 


rul!«iris lia . ::: 


- 






.Sohu-iuiprasuui ..'. 


- 




1141 







\-„:.ot 


vol. or 






Voi ,, t 


Vol of 


























Series 


Work 






Sen,. 


Work 




Schoeiras nemc 


rum 


33 


103 


6282 


Scillarufa 




23 


918 


Schomburgkia 


LvonsL 


16 


86 


5172 


serotina ... 


- 


22 

29 


11 80 


sepalisque 










'(see note) 




37 


1532 


giuatis . 






66 


3729 


sibirica I 




26 


1025 


Thomsonian 






128 


7815 






24 


935 
















60 


3211 










4476 






23 


918 


Sehonleinia benigna . . . 


38 


108 


6637 


Scindapsus decursivus 


49 


111) 


72S2 








29 


1153 


giganteus 




130 


7952 


Sciadophyllun 


ellipti- 








Sciodacalyx Warsze- 












51 


121 


7402 




11 


81 


4843 


S cilia amsena 




— 


10 


341 


ilum suba- 














50 


24MS 




32 


102 


6238 


„ v. 


Sibirica 


— 


26 


1 025 


Scipbanthus elegans . . 


14 


84 


5M2S 








5!) , 2408 


Srinris siinpliciloliii... 


12 


82 


-1948 










Selitrcu indica 




11 


395 








50 2 IMS 


orientalis 




25 


9SS 


Berthelotii. 




18 


ss 


53! IS 


Scleroxylon mite 


_ 


43 


1 858 


bi folia 
brevifolia . 




Z 


20 
36 


746 
146S 


Scoliopus Bigelovii 
Sc(d.»pt.-!idria India; 


53 


123 


75(56 


campanula^ 






4 


127 






58 


3101 








28 


11 M2 


Scol.ipendrium Krebsii 


10 




4768 








36 


1401 


Srulyiiiocejduilus Af'ri- 














50 


2-108 
















92 


55SM 


angustifolia 
foliis oblungis 






2447 


coryrubosa. . 


(note) 




36 


1468 








esculenta . 




— 


38 


1574 


Scolymusaculeatus... 


_ 








B. albo". 




54 


2774 


Scopola carniolica . . . 






1126 


fastigiata . 




' 38 


IMS 


i;mm3 


Scorodoprasum 


— 


34 


1385 










1461 






38 


1560 


Hispanica . 




— 


23 


918 


oampestre 


_ 




1764 


liyacinthoid 




~ 


28 
28 


1102 
1140 


Scortia, iJbor*Ameri- 


- 


42 


1764 


Italic'a ' 
Jacuini ( 


ee note) 


z 


18 


663 
1306 


Scorzouera 




49 


22M4 








28 


1102 














w 


11 1 


iV.W, 










Lusitanica. 




— 


45 


1999 


purpurea v. grandi- 








natalensls '. 




19 


23 


918 

5379 


flora ... 
svlvestris ... 




19 


Silt 


uon scripta 






36 


1461 


Tmgirana 














36 


1461 






100 




patula 




— 


28 1102 


ria cbry- 








, e ." lvlan;l 




z 


20 749 


Bantha 


38 


\z 




Eomana 












l ll 




( 


9ee rtoh-) 


— 








21 


91 









Vol. of 






Vol.ol 


Vohot 






















-,,,,- 


Wo* 






Serie. 


Work 




Scuti'lki-i ; ■ 


3 


73 


4200 


Sednra sempervivoides 




51 


2474 




20 


90 


5439 




19 




.->:};>s 


Feli.Lerti ... ].'. 


35 


105 


6-164 






50 


2370 


formosana... 


52 


122 


7458 


Stahlii '.'.'. '.'.'. 




129 


7908 


grandiflora 




17 


635 


ternatum 




45 


1977 




5 


75 


4420 


Selago Gillii 


— 


57 


3028 


Hadwenii '.'.'. 


8 


78 


4629 






6 


186 


llartweoi 


38 


108 


6615 






9 


322 


incanmta ... ... 


2 
2 


72 

72 


4268 
4271 


Selenipedinm carici- 


38 


108 


6607 


„ v. Trianai . 


16 




r>i^ 




20 


90 


5466 




5 


75 


4420 


Klotzschianum 


47 


117 


7178 


orientalis 


— 


47 


2120 


. 


28 


98 


5970 


purpurascens 


35 


L05 


6464 


Roezli 


32 


102 


6217 


splendens 

Trianai 


3 


73 


4290 


i uium 


51 


121 


7446 


16 


86 


5185 


Srlllimii 


22 


92 


5614 


Yentenatii 


2 


72 


4271 


Selinum decipiens ... 


23 


93 


5070 




16 




5185 


Gralbanum 




51 




villosa ... ... 


10 


80 


4789 


Selliguea plantaginea . 
i grandiflora 


18 


88 


5328 


Scypli.intlius elegans.. 


14 


84 


5028 


9 


79 


4727 






70 


4090 Sempervivum arach- 








Si-ytiUitlms ( ionloui . . 


32 


102 


6228 


noideum 




2 


68 


Seiit'urthia elegans ... 




83 


4901 






70 


4087 




50 


120 


7345 


calvci forme 




70 


4087 


jaculatoria 


47 


117 


7202 






45 


1978 


Sebestena scabra 


37 


107 


6581 


globiferum 




15 


507 




21 


794 






47 


2115 


" 




8 


258 


glutinosum 




45 


1903 


:.:i 




42 


1765 






35 


1457 


- . 


_ 


5 


170 




38 


108 


00 IK 






20 


743 


monanthes 




3 


93 






22 


868 




22 


92 


5593 


Anacampseros ... 


_ 


4 


118 


petalis fimbriatis ... 


— 


35 


1457 






45 


1977 






47 


2115 






48 


2224 


Smithii 




45 


1980 






18 


2224 


soboliferum 




35 


1457 


< 'orsieum ... 


29 


99 


6027 


stella turn ... 




43 


1809 


dasypb villi in r. -lan- 








Tectorum v. atlan- 












99 


6027 




29 


99 


6055 






43 


1807 


Tortuosum 






290 


iluniluliferum 






0027 


tirbicum 




129 


7893 








5924 


villosum 




43 


1809 


majus 10 


z 


15 507 
35 1457 


AlltrU- 


— 


63 


3487 


montanum '..'. ... 


_ 


2 ; 68 


phorbium 


30 


100 


6099 


-.Hum 




43 1807 


auriculatissimus ... 


~>6 


126 


7731 


Populifolmm 


32 


6 211 

102 02-2.2 


calauiiiAlius 


~ 


69 
102 


4011 
0210 








59 






Suxatilo ... '.'.'. 


— 


45 


1977 


concolor 


:u; 


106 


6488 



— 


jS 


» 


».' 




hi 


is 


™. 


Seiiecio roncolor 


39 


109 


6713 


Serratula quinquefolia 


__ 


44 


1871 














41 


1700 


mariensis 


30 


100 


6101 


simplex 


— 


51 


24S2 


elegans 






238 






34 


1411 






118 




Si-samoides parvum ... 




45 


1949 






125 


7059 


Sesamum alterum . . . 




41 


1688 






99 


6063 






51 




jTeriticri V. cviin- 


59 


129 


7912 


fuli is int'erioribus .. . 


- 


41 

41 


L688 
1688 


ophthalmua ... 


— 


67 


3827 


Sesbania exaspcrata 


50 


120 73f4 




51 


121 


7422 


macrocarpa 




120 73sl 




18 




5302 


punicea 






lat.toims ... .;: 


50 


120 




tomum ... 






laxifolius 


50 


120 


737S 






42 1742 


longipes 


55 


125 


7601 


gummiferum 
lucidum 




48 


2250 


magniticus 


31 


101 


6149 




42 


1742 


57 


127 


7803 


Sesuvium Portular-as- 








pendulus 


55 


125 


7659 


trum r. revulutmu 




41 


1701 


pra?cox 


10 


80 


4803 


revolutifolium 




41 


1701 


pseudo-china 
(Kleinia) pteroneura 


36 


106 


6488 


revolutum 




41 


1701 


28 


98 


5945 


sessile 


— 


41 


1701 


pulcher 


28 


98 


5959 


Sherardia Tem-riifuliu 






976 


pyramidatus 


19 


89 


5396 


ilaoifolia ... 


45 


115 




sigittitblius 




119 


7322 


Sibi .. 




12 




JSmithii 


53 


123 


7531 


Sibthorpia peregrina 


— 


7 


218 




36 


106 


6488 


S:'i an I spherica 


46 


116 






34 


104 


(5363 


_ K 




50 


2360 


tanguticus 


59 


129 7912 






51 


2495 








(Abutilou) lJedford- 








Senico pulcher 










68 


3892 


Senna alata 


35 








10 




ligustri folio 


— 


43 1829 




_ 


37 


1541 






25 


995 


foliis palmatis 
globiflora 




48 


2103 


Srp'hdicii .'..' .'.. 


12 


82 


4900 





:>:> 


2821 


Heptas globitlora 




36 


1172 


grandifolia 




54 


2759 






52 


2557 


-raveolens 




71 


4134 


8erapias caravata 


15 


85 


5141 






1541 


cordigera 


26 


96 


5868 


hermaphrodita 


— 


48 ' 2103 


epidendroides 


22 


92 


5579 




1 




ovahs 


26 


96 


5868 


ma^ualis 






26 


96 


5868 


j (Abutilou) integer- 






oxyglottis 

papilionaceo - lingua 
(hybrid) 


26 


96 


5868 




4 


74 4360 








! Ia3vis nma '.'.'. 




48 2103 


32 


102 


6255 


| Leopoldi 




94 j 5717 


speciosa 




34 


1374 


malacophylla 


4 


74 i 4365 




32 


102 


6255 






54 i 2759 


Strp.-ntaria triphylla.. 


— 


24 


950 


xap;oa ::: ::: 


— 


48 2193 


iSerratula blanda 


— 


51 


24S2 


■i p^unia- 










51 


24S2 


flora 




71 I 4170 


pulchella .'" '". 


— 


52 


2589 


periptera 


— 


40 


1644 






sdsul 


T ., II 


_ 1 


H 


K°:,,: f 


Tib 





s ™M 




1 


Work 




Sidapicta ... 


- (17 


3840 


Silpbium terebinth- 








pulchella 


— 54 








63 


3525 








tiTiiilolium ... ; 




61 


3355 






3150 


tomentostun 




125 


7680 


sessiliflora 














tomentosa 


In 


4134 


latum 




125 


7680 


(Abutilon) venosa . 




44(53 










vititulia . 




























Si.Woxylon mite .'.'.' j 














Sievekiugia Reichen- j 














bachiana 












1954 


Sieversia elata 


37 : 107 


o5os 


Youn-iana" 


12 


82 


1954 
















Peckii '.'.'. 

tritlora 


- 55 


i:>s 


Sipanea carnea 

ylusbetuke- 


~~ 


70 


4086 


Sigillum Indicum ... ! 


- 28 


1112 






















L505 


bipartita ! 








1 




4178 


Bolanderi 


■' j : ' 


7040 


fulgens 

glandulosa 


23 

3 


93 

73 


5631 

4331 




— 21 




iritmln.l.ltianns ... 


23 


93 


5031 


Klizabetlue 


19 89 


5400 


lantanifolius 


— 


70 


4105 


Fimbriata j 






longepedunculatus . 








tissipetala 














floribusiuea^ituliu i 






microstoma 








congestis 


— 11 


394 


nitidus 


4 


74 


1403 


f-.liis quaternis ... 






- I i. nautilus bastata 


54 


124 


3132 


Jrnata '.'.'. '.'.'. 


— 11 




>;^r;"..' : : . i . •';:i r - 


54 


124 




pendula 


1 — 1 4 


1 14 


icum 




15 


541 
















Saxatilis 


r i? 






— 


37 


1503 


Spina" '.'.'. ... 


_ 1:1 


1907 


Anwncannm '. '. '. 


— 


l* 


655 


Vespertina 


— 18 


(577 


angiistifolmm 


— 


13 


464 


virginiea 


~~ H 


\:rl 




~ 


13 


464 


Silonopsis Lagasc i 


24 94 


5740 


rh;i^se IU ;;; ;" 




54 


27S6 
















- 














Silpbium albitJ..nim . 




- 


elegans 


— 


28 


1 l03 
















hu-iniatum"! ... 






filitolium '.'.'. ... 


41 


i i 1 


0S20 








Gaudichaudii ... 


^_ 


l \\ 


(i 404 


'^ ■■'■■_::. [- 






_ 


— 






spicatum 










103 


6295 





Vol.,, 


Vol, of 




I 










Brt£ 


\\'-< 








w,"k' 




Sisyrinchium iridi- 








Sobralia sessilis 




77 


4570 


oides 




3 


94 










latifolium 




















49 


2:112 


Soccus arboreus 








imuMiktum 


z 


34 


31! >7 
14i>7 


lanosus '.'.'. '..'. 


- 


55 


'K(i') 






47 


211(5 


Sodio 






1371 






34 


14i»7 








1(11)3 


palmifolium ... 




18 




Snbuidra uraiiiiirtor.-t . 




4! 




paniculatum 


32 


L02 


6263 


ij Wis 


4 


74 


4345 


pedunculatum 




57 


2965 


oppositifolia 


30 


LOO 


600:: 






29 


LI 60 


! viriditlora 




45 


1 948 






64 








14 




H^\ Ulm 




19 


701 


: Solanoides Americana 




43 


1781 






19 








49 


2333 


t.-nilitbliuiu" .'.'.' 
S!T..,liumcaiiiiflorum'; 


= 


47 


\m 


1 acanthodes 




122 
103 


62 S3 


iS^ea 


u 


l 33 


i 








i 




40 


110 












Smeathmannia laevi- 








v. purpurea 






2S2S 




1 


71 


4194 


r>avbadeuse 




43 




pubescens 


4 


74 


fc364 


betaceum 


55 


L25 




SiMLvma.lermos emar- 








brancelblium 


— 


52 


S-N 


Sin.'^naSaponaria' 




123 




campaknlatum " 








Smilaciiiii Borealis ... 


— 




L155 




42 


112 


osr.6 


olerla }~ "*}. 


33 


L03 


iii 






54 
125 


70S2 






29 


1 1 55 






67 


3795 


■ ' " 


— 


43 


liUd 


Srer::: ::: 






?-!i!s 


§5^ •••! 


i 


1 


70M 


&L::: ::: 






II 


z . ...... 


45 


ra 


4283 


SSS ;- : 




130 


2568 


u-avata .'.'.' 


15 














L-lilorantha 




I 


: ;;:: 


k!Ita" ::: | 


45 


10 


7062 
2173 







Vol. of 






V.' , 


Vol of 










Tab 








Tal 




Series 


Work 






Serit ' 


111 




Solanum 




?] 


4 ] 3S 


Solidago ulmifolia ... 


41 


68! 


Maglia 


40 


110 




Sollya heterophylla... 


— 


63 




magnum 




til 


646i 


^minknZl.setsu '.". 




125 




marginatum 
















Mexicanum 
















montanum 


— 


54 




iTn.-.piini 




108 


r :' : .\ 


obHqiuim .'.'.' 


^ 


125 


70S2 


x'v'-Audieanus '.[[ 




ins 


107 


paleatum 


52 


122 


741)1 


radieatus 


10 


86 


521 


pendulum 












1 


14 


Peruvian urn 


45 


X 55 


2S14 


Soncorus 18 


48 


118 

22 


7 s' 


platanifolium 








Znrn\n\)<>nsom '.'.'. 






604 


platyphyllum ... 






(.4(51 


eK-gans 


13 


83 


407 


pomo spinoso 


— 


35 


1440 


grandiflora 


10 


SO 




pvracanthum 








margaritacea 








Q intense 






2730 


solanoides 








Quittoense 








speciosa 














931 






74 


430 


runcinatum 


16 












L37 


saponaceum 


— 


53 


2007 


Sophora alba " 


— 


29 


117 














15 








45 


4082 


biflora 








sempervirens 


45 


1 15 


7002 


fabaeea 






150 




- 


52 


250S 






361 




_ 


55 


2828 


■ - 




34 


13s 


'IWvf 11111 


~ 


28 
105 


1120 
0401 


genistoides 

juncea 


z 


31 


119 


trilubatum 


4-2 


112 


6866 


lupinoides 


— 


34 


13.s 


triphylion braailia- 




14 


470 


mieropbylla 


59 


129 


144 








1027 


occidentalis 






:;:;'.» 




- 


24 


40 


"ertlmta W Z 




; 


312 


,',' Canadense 




14 


470 


serieea 




44 


102 


tuberosum ... 


40 


L 54 


2768 


tetraptera 


™ 




2 16 


Tweedianum " ..'. 
















venustum 


26 


52 


o-"s 


\™*™ a 


~ 


62 


339 


Wendlandii' '.'.'. 


43 




"m'u 


. ;■■;■ : : , ii;: . 


41 


111 


788 


Xanti 














367 


Soldanella alpina ... 








- eenraa ... 


— 


65 


307 


ciusii ;; ;;; 






2100 


- "' ■' ' 


42 


112* 


OS.s 


Drammondii 
















latia ... 














243 


lanceolata 






2540 


•'-■■ -'■-. 


51 


121 


742 



splendens ... 
iknthes crocata 







■ Vol. of 








f Vol. of 






















Beriw 


Work 








Work 




Stemonaoantlms 








Stevensonia srandi 


F 













4448 


folia ... 


1 49 


! 119 




Pearcei '... ' ... 


1 


10(5 
64 




' Eupat r oria ar,Sad ::: 

hyssof.itblia 






1849 




24 


1 94 


5698 










St.-norarpus Cumiing- 


















2 


72 


4208 


trachelioides 


- 






SttMiochilus glaber '.'.'. 


~ 


45 


1942 


Stit't'tia (lirysantha ... 
"^T i- mu| >li \'i Ion littoral, - 


5 


108 


4438 










Srign.aphyilumhetero- 








Stenoglottis fiml.riata . 


47 


117 


- S i~ 




- 


1S9 


4014 


longifolia ..." ... 


47 


117 


7180 


:ata ..' 


_ 


43 


L788 






J 64 


.•5015 




24 






curvidfiitatum 


— 






Stcebe montani . 




14 


' 494 


















latiibliiim 




67 


asos 










lnteuviride 
















Stenorrhynchos calcar- 
















atam 


— 


02 


3403 


dentata " 




12 


"400 


Stenospevmatituu 
















Wallisii 




103 


6334 


Stramonia ' 






1440 


srq.luiuandra Tanaka* 




124 




Stramonium folio hyos- 1 








St( | i.ania cleomoides . 


25 




5788 






35 


1440 


M^.lianophysum 


15 


. 


5111 


peregrinum 


- 


35 
44 


1440 
1874 


>>l-nanostaciijsTepe- i 
* Horilmmla 




99 










] ;-f|i 


color' 


50 


108 


r»li08 


Reginse .'" ... | 




"i 




granditlora 


24 
24 


94 


5699 


-hvarinth- 

oid r s ..: ... 1 






3510 


vt-ni-.-illata 


24 


94 


5699 






61 


3317 


Nt X^ n " V0lutum 










g 


in 


ml 


Steriphomapuradoxum 








lianE * ' '■■" ' 


g 


l 81 


IS 


Clusiana ... 
















Fisi-heriana 


51 


121 


7441 


Mahoni ... ['.[ \ 


58 


128 




granditlora 

latitolia 




}| 


7451! 


parvi flora : 


45 


L15 
















81 




stipitata 














3005 


Sreudner, .. 


11 






wlitniui"' ::: : 


51 


121 


7447 













i V.,l.of 






Sen^ 










Iwi' 


l-Hb. 


Streptopus lanuginosa 


- 




1490 


Stvlidiumsetigerum... 




OS 


:;>s:; 


-n'uMln.theseallosiis! 


53 


123 


753S 


tinuitoiim!! 11 ::: 




48 


2249 




















43 














Pv.-nanus"! ..' 


54 




7574 


Jaj.onicum ' ... 








flaccid ifolius 
















flaccidua 
















p.ssypinus .. 


& 4 


123 




rS'ivZll 


Z 


s 


3324 


Sabiniana '.'.'. '.'.'. 
























lan.-.-ulata!'' '.'.'. 








Strobilorhachis 








ovalifolia 


— 


59 


3 1 7 1 










parviriora 








as Capensis 


24 


94 


5713 


Richei 


■ — 


60 


3251 


Petersianus 
































>tropl Virion Califor- 








Stvrax ainencana ... 






921 




30 


100 


(5123 


glabrum 








Strnmaria crispa 


- 


33 


1363 


Japonicum 


•is 


US 


51 150 


{,ee note) 




34 


13S3 


laeve 


— 




921 


spiralis "! 


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leptobotrys 
















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saxifragoides 






4520 Wanneri ... 






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3130 Symphytum Asperri- 








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81 


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85 


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Tben.pogon pallidas.. 


31 


l ll 


°737 


Kirilir 1 ;;; ;;; 39 


109 


6677 


Thibaudia acuminata '. 


25 


95 


5752 


laurifolia 13 

Natalensis 14 


84 


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cordifolia ..." ... 




92 


5559 


pendula 15 


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5124 










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elliptica 


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5458 


Vogeliana 19 


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Tbh.diantlia dubia ... 


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90 


24|4 




47 


2153 




25 


95 


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luteum 


— 


5 


159 


liuiiiiimhirius "... — 










54 














40 


I(i4-2 


Thvrsarantbus bracteo- 






: ' "'■ ' ^ ■ , 


25 


95 




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4441 


Baxatile 


— 




419 


Indicus 14 


84 


5062 






40 


1642 








Ti^^.liimhirsiitum 


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r.l 


2444 


Schonibui-kiaims"'! 11 


81 


4851 


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Tliura-poru 


1 




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1 


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lutea 33 


103 




Hartmanm" ..[ 


44 


L14 


7,','ln 


fiXfea 50 


120 


7356 


lilacinmn 














luniferum ... 














Tbn pln-Mstaimperialis 


41 


111 




L'ilbi'iidsia ' fVi'ie-ea' 






Thunbergia affinis ... 


^ 


l 52 


g 


amethystina ' Hi 


! ?3 


#06 


c;ienlis alblliora :;: 






10(14 


circnmata .'. '.' 40 


110 




chrvsops 






4119 


erubescens "... 27 




5892 



illandsia fenestras. . 
(Vriesea) inflata ... 
(Pityrophyllum) 



Malzinei 3(5 100 0495 ioides ... ... — 58 

musaica ... ... 30:1(1!) 0075 Tovana oli'a^a^'' i . ' 33,1(13 

psittacina — ; f,r, 2811 Fovomita oblongifolia ,18 88 I I 

- lo 85 r>l()8 Toxieophleea speet- 

pulehella 17 87 522',) al.ilis | 34 104 li 

setacea ..' '" _. 00 327.) \merit-aimm * ^ — i 9 

splendens 4 : 74 4382 : - i. 

Btreptophylla ... in 111) 0757 pumilum — ^4 

tortilis ... .'.'.' 40 111) 0757 - : i 

usneoides 33 103 030'.) thyrsoidea , j 32 \\ 

Zahnii 21) 99 6059 ' . • l '. 

Tiin.-osia nipestris ... 30 Id!) 0000 Traehviii.MU- cierulea . — 55 : 

Timieu a-thiopica ... 23: 93 5637 eyanea — r^ ; 

„ f.dentata ! 40 l . 110 J 6744 lanceolata — 61 ;■ 

gnus foliis ovatis ... — 40 2281 15, .- : > : 

Tithonia ovata ... ! — ■ 08 3001 Tradescantia bifida — 33 J 



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Tragopogon Dale- 








Trichopodinm eord7 














1023 




50 


120 




-rn.noZiolio '.'.'. 




14 




intermedium 


50 


120 




vertieillatum 


_ 


39 


1028 


zeylanicum 


50 


120 


7350 


Tvag,.p,,gonoides per- 








Trichopus travaneor- 




















120 




Trag L P tum m laUCe °" 


51 


121 


7435 


nii albidum 


5 2 


l n 


4236 


Treculia Africana ... 








gi-Mi.dillorum 






3S43 


Trevesia palmata ... 


44 


114 




pulchrum 






4261 


Trevirania gramiitiora 






4(H2 


nna grandi- 








heterophvlla 


11 


81 




flora ... ... 








TivvnriaChloria 


57 


127 


7S05 


4'riri.i: ivlus myrica.'- 








Tria.l.-i.i., .gyptiaca.. 


86 


106 


6481 


i^lMlS 












106 


6481 


silaifolius 




31 




thymifolia 


36 


100 


6481 


tinctcrius ... 






4110 


Triartea monogyna 


47 


117 


7202 


Tricophyllum 


— 


24 


901) 


Tril.i liia purpurea .. 






41. w; 






19 










512S 


bracteata ... 




112 




Tii'.-H- a'tinifolia .'.'.' 






445!) 


corniculata 








Tii. Bros Xalapensis ... 






4459 


fuliis palmatis 








Triehininm macro- 












112 




cephalum 


20 


90 


5-148 


palmata 


42 


112 


6873 


Manglesii ... 


20 




54 IS 




42 


1 L2 




Tricliocaulon piliferum 


40 


110 


0759 


tuberosa ... ... 


— 


53 


2703 


Trichocentmm albo- 








Trirn>pidaria depend- 








purpureum 


24 


94 






A 
17 


117 


7100 


fuscum 






8909 


Patagua ... 




117 




tigrinum 


50 


120 


7380 


Tricusj is dependens .. 


47 


117 


7100 


Tri.-h-.cladus grandi- 


51 


121 


7418 


maeropoda ... 


19 




6544 


Kotschy- 








r ?i Iosa ••••« - 


12 


82 


495.") 








4820 


Indentia gei 










10 


80 


4S2D 










Tiiil.io ina caulescens 


— 


34 


181)2 


Trit < astnim pratense 








crueiatum 


— 


10 


575 


Trifuliuin.-i'thiopicum. 




14 


470 


roseum* 


~ 


30 


1244 


aibma num ;:; ;:; 


~ 


13 

10 


446 

328 
















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Trirhupilia albida '.'.'. 


14 


; ;i 


11 


S'i 1 :;? - : 


- 


49 


1168 


eanguinea 
















sanguinoleuta 
















S ;;; ;;; 






373!* 






65 




Triebopodium'angusti- 


21 


120 




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: 


I 


870 





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Vol of 1 


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Series Work 




Trifolium Lupiiiaster. 


T 


~22| 879 


Tritoma Uvaria ... 10 80 


481 (') 


MelilotuscruLa... 






TritomantlieUvaria... 19 89 




Micheliamim 






Tiitoma aurea ... 3 73 


4335 


montanum 


— 


16 557 


Capensis — 17 


618 












Olyinpicum" '.'.'. 




54 


271 Hi 




678 






29 


1168 


deusta ... ... — 17 


622 


psoralioides 




46 


2063 


Fenestrata ... 1 — 19 






— 


27 


1092 


longinora — 37 


1592 








3471 


Miniata — 17 




Spadiceum 




16 




Pottsii 39 109 


9722 


spica rotunda 




10 


328 


Rochensis — 3*3 


1503 


spicis ovatis 


— 


27 


1092 


rosea _ 37 


1531 


spinosum 




7 


241 






Trilmvia cffirulea ... 






3S02 


squalida — 16 




Triglocbin bulbosum . 


— 


35 


1445 


■tenuiflora — 37 


1502 














phyllum 


39 


109 


6683 


TnumiVtta annua ... — 49 








24 


954 foliis oblongo-ovatis — 


2296 






58 


3097 


indica i — 49 


2296 






14 


470 


Trixis auriculata ... I — 54 


2765 




_ 


26 


1027 


TrochetiaBlackbu ~_ \\_ 


7209 


" w.vin.lillonini 




60 


3250 






Ervthrocarpum 


— 


22 


^r> 


Trocliocarpa laurina ... — 61 


3324 








3002 


Trochodendron arali- 








26 


1027 


oides 50 j 120 




grandinorum 


— 




TrucLu-n'uina poly- 




nivale 


35 


105 6449 


ganmm ... .". . ■■- 122 














rkomboideum 


— 


- ,; l^z 7 


T.,,11,1. Vni.nuiih _ 


1 'IS 


sessile '.'.'. '.'.'. 


Z 


2 40 


' 


1 988 


Trilopus dentata 


39 




r,i;s4 


Tromsdorffia elongata .40 110 


6791 


nigra 


39 


L09 


oos4 


speciosa \ 3 73 


43 1 5 




39 


109 


0084 


Tropjeolumazureuni... — 69 




yirginiana ... 


39 


109 


0084 


braohveeras ... — 67 


3851 






6 




crenatitturum ... 2 72 




..ii.i,MlMd;.' 


- 


43 ! 1799 


m°a>s aGUm .. '.'.'. - 7 1 


4097 


.1 Cunninu- 










hamia ... 


— 


r, 2 f { .^ 


. ^ giuneum — 62 


""Vis 






123 7529 


Stziaiium '.'.'. — 07 


3M4 


Triteleia grandillora . . . 


[2 


L12 6907 


pentaphylliim 


3190 


jM.ri-ii'.'lia 






peregnnuni ... — ■■■. 




s aculeata ... 




11!) 7302 
















media 




20 744 


Smithii 1 J4 














uvana ;;; :;; 


— 






Umellum ... — r '< 


3851 



niacrostachya 
Urceolaria chilensis 



Ur ° S c P ham U ii Dal 

Ursiuia critliwiiolia 





Vol. of 


V6Lol 






Vol. of Vol. of 1 
















— 


Work. 






Series Work. 


Vucciniimi dumosum. . 


28 


1106 


Vanda c;vrulescens ... 


26 96 ! 5834 




8 


78 


4088 


„ v. Boxallii 


33 | 103 6328 


ervthrocarpurn 


51 


121 


7413 


Cathcarti 


20 


DO 5845 


formosum 




62 


3438 


Clarkei 


45 


115 | 7077 


fuscatnm 




62 


8433 


cristata 


3 


78 4304 




17 


87 


5270 





60 


130 


7908 


maemcarpon 




52 


2580 


Denisoniana 


25 


95 


5811 


Mortinia 


42 


112 


6872 


densiflora 


23 




5635 






38 


1550 


gigantea 

insignis 

• 


16 




5189 






62 


3447 


25 


95 


5719 


nitidum v. decum- 








46 


116 7112 






38 


1550 


limbata 


81 


inl 0178 


ovatum ... '..'. 


9 


79 


4782 


Lindleyana 


10 


86 5189 






52 


2586 




20 


90 5475 


padifolium 
Pennsylvanicum ... 


49 


119 


7305 


parvinora 


15 


85 ! 5138 






8484 


peduncularis 


46 


110 7000 


] .run i folium 


9 


79 


4732 


pumila 
Boxburghii 


00 




rerlexum 


25 


95 


n781 




48 2245 






32 


1288 




— 62 3416 


Koiiisom ;;; ;;; 




77 


4012 


Sanderiana 


44 114 U<.)88 




16 


86 


5198 


Storiei 


53 128 7:.87 




40 


110 


0777 






tenellum 




62 


8484 




— 70 4114 


virgatum 




62 


8488 


teretifolia 


— 1 04 3571 






63 


3522 


trichorhiza 




Vahea comorensis '. 


43 


113 




tricolor 


5 7^ 4482 


Valantia Taurica ... 




53 


2670 


Vanglo 


— 41 1688 


Valeriana alpin a ... 




43 


1825 


Vangueria velutina . . . 

!- viridi et 




foliis omnibus in- 














43 


1825 


albo 


47 117 7167 


. 








planifolia 


47 117 7107 






43 


1825 


viridiflora 


47 


117 71(0 


Jatamansi ... 


37 


107 


0504 


. . - rhlorasflora 


34 


104 0401 


lutea huinilis 


— 


49 


2825 


Veitchia japonica 


40 


110 6743 


montana v. rotundi- 








V(l,i_;t xvlocarpa 




17 620 


folia 




43 








28 1137 


rupestris 


— 


19 


714 


Vellosia Candida 


21 


91 5.M4 






49 




Vellozia elegans 
equisetoides 


■ir> 95 5808 






19 


714 


60 130 7Di)2 




— 


41) 


2325 


trichophylla 


60 130 7962 


sylvestris 




43 


1825 


Veltheimia glauca . . . 


~ 27 1001 


»lla Africana. . 




14 


488 


glauca v. floribus 




rfloides 




44 


I860 


rubescenti-pur- 




yEtliiopica 




45 


2010 




— 02 8450 


tiore monopetalo . . . 


- 


14 


483 


■ pumila 


__ -in 704 


- ■ 


10 


80 






— 20 j 744 


Yaloradia \ 








speciosa 


10 80 4816 




6 




4487 


Uvaria 




Vanda Amesiana 


40 


116 






10 80 4810 


Bensoni 


22 


92 


5011 


viridifolia 


— 


14 


501 





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Vol. of 








Vol.ot 








Work' 






taia. 


*<*k. 




Ventenatia major ... 


~ 


44 


1918 




_ 


U 


367 


Veratrum album . . . 
















flore atrorubente . . . 




24 




venosa 






3127 


luteum 




24 


^.lltf 


V.Xsmaakta '. ! ! 




41 


11 


racemo simplicissimo 


— 


■20 


74 o 


foliis oblongo-ovatis 




26 


[™ 


scapo fistuloso 


z 


1 


747 
1090 


vSSa Uta '' 




50 


2400 


Verbascum august is 


























2! 


94 








45 






48 


US 








43 


1777 


rlexuosa 






2477 


Brassier folio ... 








pinifolia 


L9 




:. 1 1 2 


Cupreum 

flore caeruleo 












118 







23 


885 


Veronica aipina r. 








humile 








Worrnskioldii . . . 






2975 


latis salvias foliis . . . 












127 




longifolium 








amplexicanlis ... 




120 


7370 


Matthioli 


— 


+■] 


1S43 


angustifolia 


28 


l->0 


736fl 


Ovalifolium 


z 




10H7 


atiUmifolio' '.'.'. 
Balfouriana 




ti 


H',79 






L26 












Pbceniceurn 






885 




49 


119 




pinnatifidum 




43 


1777 


cupressoides 


50 


120 


7348 


sylvestre 




25 


999 


decussata 




7 


242 




— 


43 


] r 4: i 


Derwentia 


— 


40 


1060 


Tauricum 


i 


126 


§? 


Dieffenbachii 


°0 


'l 


4512 


Verbena Americana . . 




25 








123 




Aubletia 


— 


48 


2200 


FaTrfieldii!" 


49 


L19 


1D02 


bracteosa '.'.'. 








fuliis multifulis ... 




40 


L679 












6 


76 


4512 


chaniaedrifolia 








Uentianoides '.'.'. 


— 




---m 


folio subrotundo . . . 










57 


127 




















Jamaicensis 








H ' llkeaua • 


20 


40 


1660 


Lamberti '.'.'. 


_ 


48 






_ 


63 


3461 


Melindres 








la3vis '.'.'. '.'.'. 








mutabilis 








Lavaudiana 




117 




Orubica 


— 


25 


976 


loganioides 


51 


121 


7404 


pseudogervao 


32 


102 


0221 


longifolia v. subses- 








"gens 


z 


45 


1970 


T ^ija 




105 


!it-!o 


teucrioides 


— 


65 


30!) 4 


lycopodiuides ... 




120 


f338 



— 




perfoliate — 44 1936 — 32 


M 



4(i ±)K2 caule debili 



S 



Vireya alba 



«! 



128 7828 
128 7828 
L28 7828 



streptophylla 
xyphostachys 
Qneraria argente 



r itex chinensis 
Negimdo '.'. 



^ongylodei 



t7 2187 Wag 

— 20 I 75-1 iana ... 
20 90 5472 W : 

— 43 1806 ! marginata 



polita 
pterophon 



78 



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Won 


ma Burbidgei 




WrL 






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Nc 


liformis '.".". 


US 


\Y;'n 


nbea bul lata 



Xero.hvll 

folium 

Xiphi.limn ; 






V;/ 


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Tlli'r'l 


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Tab. 




<en,- 


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Zamioculca a 1 
Zanonia sareophylla . . . 


,, 


98 


5985 


Zinnia multiflora 


_ 


5- 


149 


29 


99 


(5017 


tenuiflora ..." "... 





L6 


555 


Zantedesehi 


51 


L21 


74:50 


violacea . . ! 




15 


527 


i apiifolia.. 




42 


1730 


Zizipbora odoratissima 




23 


906 


Zanthoxyluin nitiduni. 


— 


52 


255* 


Pouscbkini 


— 


27 


1093 


M-teosa ... 
mutabilis ... 




56 


2910 


serpyllacea 

■udida 




23 


906 




25 


976 




27 


1066 


Zaiist-Iiiit riaCalifornica 








Zi/yj h h I'aliurus ... 





44 


1803 


v. latifolia 


6 


76 


4493 


Zosterostylis arachnites 


19 


89 


5381 


Zedoaria rotunda 






920 


Walkera? 


10 


89 


5381 


is Candida 




53 


2007 


Zeylanica 


19 




5381 






52 


2504 


im fulvum. . 




47 


2184 


citrina 




108 


11005 






11 


372 


Drummondi 




66 


3727 


sessilifolium 




47 


2184 




56 


L26 


7693 


Zumbul Indi 




24 


937 




52 


2537 


Zwingera 




19 


731 






52 


2593 


Zygocolax veitchii . . . 


60 


130 


7980 


Verecunda 
Zerumbet 


- 


52 
45 


-mm 


m umbel- 


2 


72 


4237 






44 1903 


Zygomenes Abyssinie;i 


57 


127 


7785 


Zichya glabrata 


— 


68 3956 


Zygopetalon JMuekaii .. 


— 


5 i 


2748 


Zieria arborescens . . . 


5 


75 4451 maxillare ... 




65 




lanceolata... ... — 


34 1395 Murrayanum 






3674 


muerophylla ... 5 


75 4451 rostratum 




:^ 


2819 


Smitbii ... ... — 


34 1305 Zygopetalum Africa- 








Zigademis glaberrimus — 
latifolium — 


W L680 num 




67 


3812 


35 142(5 cochleare 




64 


3585 






62 


3402 


Parishii 


29 


99 6019 gramineum" ... 
130 7967 Mackaii 


14 


84 


51)40 


spectabile 


60 






3402 






45 I 2000 ! Murrayanum 




65 


3(574 


zerumbet 




45 2(100 Veitchii 


60 


1 30 


7980 


Zinnia elegans 




15 527 velatum 


22 




5582 


hybrida 


— 


47 2123 Zy-jui-lan 


~~ 


49 


2331