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CONVALLARIA majalis. Leigh Woods. J. C. Collins, mss.

Barn Wood, near the Rocks. (Miss Lonsdale.) Add. Fl. Bath. multiflora. With C. majalis. Add. Fl. Bath. GAGEA lutea. (Mr Pamplin suggests that Wincanton may be intended as the locality of this species. Probably such may be the correct reading, but it is printed "Winstaunton" by Turner and Dillwyn, who refer to Merrett. I am not aware of any place bearing this latter name. H. W.- Page 37.)

ALLIUM oleraceum. Middlezoy. J. C. Collins, mss.

ASPARAGUS officinalis. Sand banks at Steart and Burnham, from three to five feet high when in blossom. (Mr. Clark.)

J. C. Collins, mss.

FRITILLARIA Meleagris. Compton Martin, on the Mendips. J. C.

Collins, mss.

TYPHA angustifolia. Ditches at Burnham and Wembdon, not uncommon. J. C. Collins, mss

ACORUS Calamus. Plentifully in King's Sedgemoor. J. C. Collins, mss. Supposed to have been introduced at Bath, by Mr. Sole. C. C. Babington, mss.

POTAMOGETON rufescens. Wembdon. J. C. Collins, mss.

RUPPIA maritima. Salt marsh at the base of Brean Down. J. C. Collins, mss.

ZOSTERA marina. Burnham. J. Poole, mss.

LUZULA Forsteri. Woods and copses, east of Quantock. J. C. Collins,

mss.

JUNCUS maritimus.

Mouth of the Parret, in ditches; not unfrequent

near the channel. J. C. Collins, mss.

acutus. Shurton Bars. J. C. Collins, mss.

CYPERUS longus. (Refer to "B. G.”— Page 37.)

SCIRPUS maritimus. Plentifully in ditches overflowed by the Parret ; near Westonzoyland; near Bridgwater and Middlezoy; salt marsh, Brean Down. J. C. Collins, mss.

CAREX arenaria.

divulsa.

axillaris.

Jockey.

Steart, at the mouth of the Parret.
Enmore. J. Poole, mss.

J. Poole, mss.

In a bog between Wraxhall and the Horse and
Add. Fl. Bath.

Pseudo- Cyperus. With C. axillaris. Add. Fl. Bath. Old

brick-yard, near Goathurst.

ALOPECURUS agrestis. Common in the neighbourhood of the Quan

J. Poole, mss.

tocks. J. C. Collins, mss.

AMMOPHILA arundinacea.

the sandy coast.

Abundant at Burnham and Steart, and on
J. C. Collins, mss.

AGROSTIS setacea. On the Quantocks, reaching to the highest peak.

A. Southby, mss.

POA maritima.

mss.

Brean Down, and on the sandy coast.

J. C. Collins,

aquatica. In the canal and river. Fl. Bath. By the mailroad, between Bristol and Taunton, in several places H. W. sp.

AVENA fatua. Common in corn-fields, near Bridgwater. J. C. Collins,

mss.

ELYMUS arenarius.
HORDEUM maritimum.
TRITICUM loliaceum.

junceum.

ROTTBOLLIA incurvata.

All found at Burnham, Berrow, and Steart.
J. C. Collins, mss.

HELLEBORUS viridis.

ULEX nanus.

IV. DORSET.

Near Fifehead Neville.

W. C. Trevelyan, sp.

In profusion between Poole and Christchurch. W. A. Bromfield, mss. TRIFOLIUM resupinatum. Shores of Poole Harbour (Eng. Bot. Supp.); but I did not find it. W. A. Bromfield, mss. CENTAUREA Jacea? Purbeck. W. C. Trevelyan, sp.

CAMPANULA rapunculoides. In a copse near Lulworth. (Mr. Curtis.) W. A. Bromfield, mss.

CONVOLVULUS Soldanella. Erase "

"sp."- Page 42.) STATICE Armeria. Chesil Bank, near Portland

sp.

W. C. Trevelyan,

CHENOPODIUM fruticosum. Chesil Bank, Weymouth. W. A. Bromfield,

sp.

DAPHNE Mezereum. Now apparently almost extirpated in Cranbourne Chace, in various alleged stations on which I sought it unsuccessfully in 1836, though I was shown the identical spots on which it till recently grew. In 1835, some persons dug up all they could find in the neighbourhood of Blandford, as at Langton Copse, Hillwood, &c. W. A. Bromfield,

mss.

EUPHORBIA Paralias.

Near the ferry, on the neck of Portland Isle, in plenty. W. A. Bromfield, mss. (Erase “sp.”— Page 43.) MERCURIALIS annua. Common on waste ground about Poole and W. A. Bromfield, mss.

Weymouth.

IRIS fætidissima. Abundant by the road-side from Wimborne to Blandford. Mag. Nat. Hist. viii.

LEUCOJUM æstivum. Near Kingston Hall, close to the turnpike, hard by a stream of water across the road, opposite the Hall. (J. C. Dale, Esq.) W. A. Bromfield, mss.

RHYNCOSPORA fusca. Near Wareham, 1836. (Mr. Borrer.) W. A. Bromfield, mss.

CAREX extensa.

(Refer to " Eng. Fl." not " B. G."- Page 44.)

CLEMATIS Vitalba.

V. WILTS.

Common in the western part of Wilts. R. C. Alexander, mss.

TURRITIS glabra. In a wood between the Lodge gate of Spye Park and the House. R. C. Alexander, mss.

RESEDA lutea. Abundant in neglected quarries about North Wraxhall, Castlecombe, and Corsham. R. C. Alexander, mss. SILENE anglica. Near the Horse and Jockey, Kingsdown. C. C. Babington, mss. (The stations for this, and some other species not repeated here, are mentioned under SOMERSET, as being within the limits of the Flora Bathonensis.)

RHAMNUS catharticus. Common in hedges about Corsham. R. C. Alexander, mss.

ONONIS spinosa. Frequent about Corsham. R. C. Alexander, mss.
ASTRAGALUS glycyphyllus. Slaughterford, in the lane leading to Bid-
destone, one plant in 1836. R. C. Alexander, mss.
HIPPOCREPIS comosa. Abundant on stony ground; Box; Corsham.
R. C. Alexander, mss.

ONOBRYCHIS sativa. Not unfrequent in the same localities. R. C.
Alexander, mss. (Some localities as the preceding?)
VICIA angustifolia. Near the Mill, Spye Park; Corsham Park. R.
C. Alexander, mss.

PYRUS Aria.

mss.

Middle Pickwick, near Corsham. R. C. Alexander,

BRYONIa dioica. Very common in the west of Wilts. R. C. Alexander,

mss.

COTYLEDON umbilicus. Biddestone, Easton; Monckton Farley, R. C. Alexander, mss.

SEDUM sexangulare. (Refer to " Eng. Fl." instead of "B. G." The locality is mentioned in both works, but it is copied in the words of the English Flora. SISON Amomum. Atworth; Corsham; Biddestone. R. C. Alex

ander, mss.

Page 45.)

CARUM Carui. Meadows at Christian Malford. J. Poole, mss.
SILAUS pratensis. In most of the meadows about Corsham.

Alexander, mss.

R. C.

PASTINACA Sativa. Frequent about Box, Hartham, Pickwick, and along the road-side on the hilly ground near the Monument, between Devizes and Pewsey. R. C. Alexander, mss.

VIBURNUM Lantana. Abundant about the west of Wilts. R. C. Alexander, mss.

VISCUM album. Box; in an orchard at Notton House; near Chippenham. R. C. Alexander, mss.

ASPERULA cynanchica. On hilly ground that has been quarried; Slaughterford; Box; Lucknam.

FEDIA dentata. Slaughterford. R. C. Alexander, mss.

PRENANTHES muralis. Box Quarries; Colerne. R. C. Alexander,

mss.

HIERACIUM Sylvaticum. Box Quarries; among the fir-trees at the top
R. C. Alexander, mss.
Bowden Hill, on the heathy ground crossing
R. C. Alexander, mss.

of Bowden Hill.
umbellatum.

to Nash Hill.

CNICUS eriophorus. Box Quarries; Wadswick; Bide Vale.
Alexander, mss.

pratensis. In the brick-field opposite the inn at *
Devizes. R. C. Alexander, mss.

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CONYZA squarrosa. By the road-side between Corsham and Lacock, and about Colerne, abundantly. R. C. Alexander, mss. ERIGERON acris. About quarried ground, Corsham. R. C. Alex

ander, mss.

CAMPANULA Trachelium.

Alexander, mss.

Corsham and Colerne, abundant. R. C.

glomerata. In dry fields about Corsham, and on all the chalk downs about Pewsey, abundant. R. C. Alexander,

mss.

hybrida. Between Biddestone and Slaughterford. R. C. Alexander, mss.

POLEMONIUM cæruleum. In the water-meadows between Pewsey and Manning ford, among the reeds. R. C. Alexander, mss. VERBASCUM nigrum. North Wraxhall, by the road-side going from Chippenham to Marshfield, and in the village, abundant. R. C. Alexander, mss.

ATROPA Belladonna. Cloud quar (?) at Slaughterford. B. C. Alexander, mss.

SOLANUM nigrum. Frequent in gardens, Corsham. R. C. Alexander,

mss.

LINARIA spuria. Growing with L. Elatine, very abundantly in the ploughed field above Cloud quar, Slaughterford. R. C. Alexander, mss.

LYCOPUS europæus.

In a swampy mill-pond at Ford, near Castlecombe; Chippenham, on the London road. R. C. Alexander, mss.

MENTHA rotundifolia. Slaughterford, in the lane leading to Biddestone. R. C. Alexander, mss.

Pulegium. By the brook, Ford.

GALEOBDOLON luteum.

ander, mss.

R. C. Alexander, mss.

Frequent in woods, Corsham. R. C. Alex

GALEOPSIS Ladanum. North Wraxhall; Bradford; Slaughterford; Pewsey. R. C. Alexander, mss.

ACINOS vulgaris.

About Widnam Mill, near Corsham; Box quarries; Neston Park; North Wraxhall; a white variety on the top of Oar Hill, between Pewsey and Marlborough. R. C. Alexander, mss.

CALAMINTHA officinalis.

Cloud quar, Slaughterford.

R. C. Alex

ander, mss.

CALAMINTHA Nepeta.

On the wall opposite Lacock Abbey. R. C. Alexander, mss.

LATHREA squamariu. At the root of a rotten tree in Collett's Bottom, near Corsham. R. C. Alexander, mss. OROBANCHE minor. Frequent in old clover-fields.

mss.

PRIMULA elatior.

R. C. Alexander,

Woods at Collett's Bottom. R. C. Alexander, mss.

ANAGALLIS arvensis (cærulea). Hartham and Puckeridge, near Corsham. R. C. Alexander, mss.

EUPHORBIA Lathyris.

ander, mss.

amygdaloides.

A weed in gardens, Corsham. R. C. Alex

Alexander, mss.

SAGITTARIA sagittifolia.

Alexander, mss.

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Near the bridge, Lacock Abbey. R. C.

OPHRYS apifera. Middlehill, near Box; Corsham.

mss.

TAMUS communis.

mss.

R. C. Alexander,

Common in the west of Wilts.

R. C. Alexander,

R. C. Alexander,

CONVALLARIA majalis. Collett's Bottom Woods.

mss.

multiflora.

"Same woods" [as the preceding?]; and

in woods at Spye Park. R. C. Alexander, mss.

ORNITHOGALUM umbellatum. In the first meadow behind Gould's tanyard; and, formerly, in Dove-house close, Corsham. R. C. Alexander, mss.

- pyrenaicum. Very common in woods, Corsham. R. C. Alexander, mss.

COLCHICUM autumnale. About the north-west of Wilts, abundant. R. C. Alexander, mss.

CYPERUS longus. In 1829, Mr. Peete found about a quarter of an acre of Cyperus longus, within a quarter of a mile of Boyton House. W. Pamplin, mss.

CAREX axillaris. Spye Park. R. C. Alexander, mss.

ALOPECURUS agrestis.

BROMUS erectus.

AVENA fatua.

HORDEUM pratense.

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RANUNCULUS parviflorus.

VI. HANTS.

Gadshill, Isle of Wight; very abundant

on hedge banks and waste places about Southampton, as in Love Lane, Portswood, shore between Southampton and Netley, &c. W. A. Bromfield, sp.

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