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With references to the subjects of their respective communications.
Agassiz, Louis, (Professor.)
Letter addressed to the Editor, on the subject of the French
Edition of Sowerby's Mineral Conchology of Great Britain - 356
ALEXANDER, HENRY, F.G.S. &c.
On the discovery of the teeth of the Mastodon, in the Crag . 466
ALEXANDER, SIR JAMES
Letter in reply to the Review of his African Expedition of Dis-
Note on the supposed frontal spine in the genus Hybodus. - 605
BACHMAN, J., D.D. &c.
Monograph of the species of the Genus Sciurus, inhabiting
North America, with Descriptions of New Species and their
113, 154, 220, 330, 378
Extract from a Letter addressed to the Editor, relating to the
death of Dr. William Smith
BARTLETT, A. D.
Note relating to some Goshawks in the possession of the late
Catalogue of Fossils found in the Cornbrash Limestone of Scar-
borough; with figures and descriptions of new species
An Account of the Strata of Lincoln, from a recent Survey,
commencing North of the Cathedral, and descending to the
bed of the River
On the artificial arrangement of some of the more extensive
Natural Orders of British Plants
Bird, Golding, M.D., F.L.S., &c.
On the application of Heliographic or Photogenic Drawing to
Botanical Purposes; with an economical mode of preparing
On the derivation of the name Adder, as applied to the Viper 566
On the 'mode of projection of the eggs in the Crane-fly - 566
Analytic Descriptions of the Groups of Birds belonging to the
Remarks on the Fieldfare breeding in the British Islands . 467
Observations on the Wild Fowl in St. James's Park
On the Monkeys known to the Chinese
**BOWERBANK, J. S., F.G.S., &c.
Ventriculite containing in Cidaris, from the Chalk.
Information relating to the Gymnotus electricus in the Adelaide
Brown, John, F.G.S.
Experiment as to the capability of the Toad existing without
Record of the breeding of the Crossbill in Gloucestershire - 310
Description of the pupa of Necrodes littoralis.
Observations on some of the Natural Objects in the neighbour-
hood of Cheadle, Staffordshire
CHARLESWORTH, Edward, F.G.S., &c.
On the fossil remains of an apparently new species of Hybodus
from the Lias of Lyme Regis
On a specimen of the lower jaw of the Mammoth procured from
the Dogger Bank -
On a tooth of the Genus Otodus, from the London clay, in the
Cabinet of Lady Sidmouth -
On a fossil Zoophyte from the Kentish Chalk, enclosing a Ci-
On the discovery of a portion of an Opossum's jaw in the Lon-
don clay, near Woodbridge, Suffolk
On some fossil teeth of the genus Lamna
CLARKE, W. Barnard, M.D.
Remarks on the Red-legged Partridge (Perdix rubra, Briss.) 142
CLARKE, Rev. W. BRANWHITE, M.A., F.G.S.
Illustrations of the Geology of the South East of Dorsetshire
390, 432, 483
Remarks on some of the rarer Birds captured near Saffron
On the occurrence of the young of the Crossbill, at Saffron
On the disappearance of the Mus messorius.
Fragment of a Jaw of the supposed extinct Didelphis. . 448
COOPER, DANIEL, A.L.S., &c.
Notice of the discovery of a specimen of Achatina acicula in
the interior of a human skull
Directions for collecting and preparing land and fresh-water
Couch, JONATHAN, F.L.S., &c.
Note relating to the distribution of the Marsupialia
On the Structure and Habits of the Physalia (of Cuvier) or
Portuguese Man-of-War; Holothuria Physalis, of Linnæus 556
On a carnivorous habit in the common Squirrel
Cox, J. C., F.Z.S., &c.
Note relating to the Argonaut
Extract from a letter to the Editor
DAVIS, A. H.
On a singular procession of Caterpillars, observed at Adelaide,
Note on Amphicoma vulpina
J.ist of the Entomological Writings of Thomas Say
DRUMMOND, James L., M.Ď.
Observations on Echinorhynchus hystrix and Ech. filicollis 63
Description of a new species of Anthocephalus (Antho. rudicor-
On F'ossil Infusoria found in the County Down, Ireland . 353
DUGMORE, Rev. Henry.
Record of the capture of an Eagle (Falco albicilla) at Swaffham 198
Flower, THOMAS BRUGES, F.L.S.
A Catalogue of some of the most interesting Plants collected
in the neighbourhood of Swansea, Glamorganshire, during
the past Summer (1839].
GARNER, Robert, F.L.S.
On the Anatomy of the Lamellibranchiate Conchiferous Ani-
123, 164, 294, 439
On some improvements in the Microscope
Extract of a letter addressed to Mr. Prince
Jaws and Spine of Hybodus Delabechei.
Hogg, John, M.A., F.L.S., &c.
On the Classifications of the Amphibia
HOPE, Rev. F. W., F.R.S., &c.
Observations on the Lamellicorns of Olivier
- 17, 171
On a new species of Lamia
Critical remarks on the Iconographie des Insectes Coléoptères,
par De Laporte Comte de Castleneau et H. Gory
JELLY, Rev. H.
On the Fossil Shells of the genus Modiola, being frequently
found in the Bath Oolite, inclosed in the Shells of the genus
LEE, John EDWARD.
Notice of Undescribed Zoophytes from the Yorkshire Chalk 10
Note on the fossil from Marychurch, figured in the Geological
LONG, H. L.
Notice of the discovery of the Nest and Eggs of the Crossbill,
near Farnham, Surrey
- 236, 311
LUXFORD, GEORGE, A.L.S., &c.
Record of a locality for Lycopodium inundatum
LYELL, CHARLES, V.P.G.Š.
On the Relative Ages of the Tertiary Deposits commonly called
Crag,' in the Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk
Mantell, Gideon, L.L.D.
Note upon the ventriculite enclosing a fossil Cidaris, figured
by Mr. Charlesworth
MITCHELL, D. W.
Record of the capture of the rose-coloured Pastor, near Pen-
Notice of Fossils found at Stratford, in the cuttings for the
Eastern Counties Railway -
Moore, EDWARD, M.D., F.L.S.
On the destruction of Kyanised Wood in Plymouth Harbour,
by the Limnoria terebrans
Catalogue of the Malacostracous Crustacea of South Devon 284
A Systematic Catalogue of the Fossil Plants of Britain - 452, 543
Newman, EDWARD, F.L.S.
On the Synonymy of the Ferlites, together with brief characters
of the old, and of a few new Species
Description of a new species of Lamia, from Congo, in the Bri-
Descriptions of new Popilliæ
Notes on Irish Natural History, more especially Ferns
- 548, 570
OGILBY, W., M.A., F.R.S., &c.
Observations on the History and Classification of the Marsupial
Quadrupeds of New Holland
130, 257, 338
Description of the Frontal Spine of a second species of Hybodus,
from the Wealden Clay, Isle of Wight
OWEN, R. (Professor.)
Description of the jaw of the fossil Macacus from Woodbridge, 445
Pamplin, WILLIAM, jun., A.L.S.
Remarks on the Botany of Selborne
On some Snow Crystals observed on the 14th of January, 1838 107
PELERIN, W. G.
On the structural differences observable in the Crania of the
four British Swans
PHILLIPS, John, F.R.S., (Professor.)
Biographical Notices of William Smith, L.L.D.
RICHARDSON, William, F.G.S., &c.
Notice respecting the discovery of the fossil remains of Cetacea
at Herne Bay
SALTER, T. B., M.D.
Notice of the early appearance of the common Bat, (Vespertilio
pipistrellus) at Poole
SAUNDERS, W. Wilson, F.L.S.
Rare and interesting Plants about Kirtlington, Oxfordshire . 239
ShuckARD, W. E., V.P.E.Š., &c.
Notes on the Pensile Nests of British Wasps
Tooth of the genus Otodus, Agass.
Note on a large assemblage of Swifts (Cypselus apus) near Black-
SoweķBY, Jas. De C.
Letter relating to the French Edition of the Mineral Conchology 418
Upon the claims of the Ardea alba-Great Egret, or White