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GLAUCIUM luteum.

Shore between Southampton and Netiey; South

sea beach; Stokesbay, &c. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

CORYDALIS claviculata. Extremely common about Southampton; at Westwood, near Netley, it covers the ground in some parts like a mat. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

CAKILE maritima. Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight.

E. Lees, mss. TEESDALIA nudicaulis. Abundant on the sandy heaths about Liphook, Selborne, Kingsley, &c. W. Pamplin, mss. LEPIDIUM ruderale. A single specimen found near Southampton. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

Smithii.

sp.

Common about Southampton. W. A. Bromfield,

COCHLEARIA officinalis. By the side of Southampton Water, about a mile from the town. J. E. Leefe, mss.

anglica. Muddy shore at Northam Bridge, Southampton, W. A. Bromfield, mss.

TURRITIS glabra. Sparingly near Froxfield; also sparingly near Old Alresford. W. Pamplin, mss.

HESPERIS matronalis. In the hedge of a private lane belonging to a farm-house nearly opposite to the Fox at Bramdean; near

the farm-yard of White Wool, West Meon; hedge bank at Selborne. W. Pamplin, mss.

SINAPIS tenuifolia. Old town walls of Southampton, abundantly. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

MATTHIOLA incana. Cliffs between Steephill Cove and Ventnor Cove, Isle of Wight. Comp.

RESEDA fruticulosa. Sought unsuccessfully on the shores of Stokesbay. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

VIOLA lactea. New Forest, near Baldre. W. A. Bromfield, sp. (The leaves are cordate, and the plant altogether looks like a paleflowered variety of V. canina.

H. W.)

DROSERA longifolia. Plentifully in the New Forest, between Tatchbury, near Redbridge, and -?; in the bogs between Oakhanger and Kingsley, near Selborne. W. Pamplin, mss. Petersfield Heath. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

SILENE maritima. Shore at Portsea.

ARENARIA peploides.

Shore at Portsea.

E. Lees, mss.

E. Lees, mss.

marina. Near Southampton. J. E. Leefe, mss. Abundant on sandy commons. W. Pamplin, mss. Abboston Downs, and elsewhere. W. Pamplin,

MONCHIA erecta.

CERASTIUM arvense.

mss.

LINUM angustifolium. About Cowes, Ryde, &c. W. A. Bromfield,

mss.

HYPERICUM Androsamum. Westwood; hedges about Southampton. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

HYPERICUM elodes. Petersfield Heath. W. A. Bromfield, mss. Bogs
W. Pamplin, mss.

between Oakhanger and Kingsley.
(Erase " 'sp."- Page 47.)

ERODIUM maritimum. Cliffs near Freshwater.

E. Lees, mss.

RHAMNUS Frangula. Westwood, &c., Southampton. W. A. Brom

field, mss.

RHAMNUS catharticus. A hedge of this shrub, just out of St. Mary's churchyard towards Richardson's coal-yard, Southampton ; swampy wood near the Itchen, above Mansbridge, along with R. Frangula. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

ULEX nanus. Southampton Common, &c. W. A. Bromfield, mss. TRIFOLIUM ornithopodioides. Shore of Fisher's Pond, near Owlesbury ; also on the commons near Kingsley. W. Pamplin, mss. subterraneum. Very common in dry pastures about Southampton, as between that town and Netley, on the shore. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

PYRUS domestica. (This does not grow in the Isle of Wight; P. torminalis having been so misnamed. W. A. Bromfield.)

torminalis. Westwood, near Netley, common; at Binstead,
Isle of Wight, a remarkably fine tree of it. W. A. Brom-
field, mss.

RIBES rubrum. Near Selborne Priory. W. A. Bromfield, mss.
APIUM graveolens. Marchwood. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

PETROSELINUM segetum. In one of the little planted inclosures, near the beach, between Southampton and Netley; near Ryde. W. A. Bromfield, sp.

SISON Amomum.

Common about Ryde. W. A. Bromfield, sp. BUPLEURUM rotundifolium. Corn-fields at Titchborne and Owlesbury. W. Pamplin, mss.

SILAUS pratensis. Woods at Cowes and Ryde. W. A. Bromfield, sp.

CRITHMUM maritimum. Abundant on the cliffs at Freshwater.

Lees, mss.

E.

DAUCUS maritimus. Freshwater (Rev. G. E. Smith); Undercliff. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

ERYNGIUM maritimum. Portsea. E. Lees, mss.

ASPERULA cynanchica. In one spot on Southampton Common. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

DIPSACUS pilosus. In the woods between Selborne and Oakhanger, as recorded by White. W. Pamplin, mss.

TRAGOPOGON porrifolius. Meadows near Odiham Church, plentifully. (Mr. J. Nash.) W. Pamplin, mss. On the shore, at the

back of a house at Hythe, abundant, doubtless the outcast of a garden. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

W. A.

LACTUCA virosa. Among bushes on the shore between Southampton and Netley; and other places about Southampton. Bromfield, mss.

CNICUS pratensis.

Common about Southampton; in very dry places on Southampton Common, among the furze; abundant in a moist meadow near Netley Abbey. W. A. Bromfield, mss. (Is "Setley" a misprint for " Netley" in Turner and Dillwyn's Guide, and copied on page 48 of this work?) acaulis. Frequent on the Downs. W. Pamplin, mss. ARTEMISIA maritima. Salt marshes near Millbrook; below Northam Bridge. W. A. Bromfield, mss. CONYZA Squarrosa. Downs near Freshwater. LIMBARDA crithmoides.

E. Lees, mss.

Near the river at East Cowes. (S. Hail

stone, Esq.) W. A. Bromfield, mss.

PULICARIA vulgaris. In a plashy spot at Marchwood. W. A. Brom

field, mss. CENTAUREA Jacea? Hursley. W. C. Trevelyan, sp. Common in the Isle of Wight, as at Ventnor, Carisbrooke, &c.; at Mansbridge near Southampton. W. A. Bromfield, mss. (This appears to be the C. Jacea of English botanists, and the C. nigrescens of Wildenow. It is the plant mentioned on page 48 of this work, under the name of C. nigra.)

CAMPANULA patula. Plentifully on a gravelly bank near to Bramshot village, in a lane leading thence towards Hinhead Heath, in 1835. (Miss Frances Pamplin.) W. Pamplin, mss. glomerata. On the chalk about Old Alresford. Pamplin, mss. hybrida.

mss.

PHYTEUMA orbiculare.

Pamplin, mss.

W.

Corn-fields about Alresford, &c. W. Pampling,

On the chalk about Old Alresford. W.

MONOTROPA Hypopitys. Near Avington, between Winchester and Alresford; Selborne Hanger, as recorded by White. W.

Pamplin, mss.

CHLORA perfoliata. In a wood to the west of Cowes. J. E. Leefe, mss. CONVOLVULUS Soldanella. Sandy shore at Portsea. E. Lees, mss. PULMONARIA angustifolia. Common on the New Forest about Lymington; in borders of fields and hedges around Boldre Bridge; "with every gradation of breadth and narrowness in the leaves, and equally variable in the presence or absence of spots on them.” W. A. Bromfield, mss.

officinalis. Exbury wood. B. G. (It would seem, from the remarks of Dr. Bromfield, that the present ought to be joined with the preceding species.)

VERBASCUM pulverulentum. About Old Alresford, but not common. W. Pamplin, mss.

ATROPA Belladonna. For some distance along the shore between Southampton and Netley, within, and close under, the paling, beginning about a hundred yards from the new Steam Ferry over the Itchen; also on a bank to the left of the last stile, in going to Netley by the shore. W. A. Bromfield,

mss.

SOLANUM nigrum. Common about Southampton.

mss.

W. A. Bromfield,

LINARIA spuria. In a corn-field between Twyford and Compton, near Winchester. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

Elatine. With L, spuria. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

repens. Stokesbay; Southampton, near Marchwood (W. Borrer, Esq.); a little out of West Cowes, in a hedge on the left going to Newport. W. A. Bromfield, mss. At the top of the hill near Cowes. J. E. Leefe, mss.

MELAMPYRUM arvense. Abundant in corn-fields above St. Lawrence Undercliff, Isle of Wight; also near Niton. W. A. Bromfield, sp.

MENTHA rotundifolia. Below Petersfield; near Selborne; near the

mill between Bishop's Sutton and Old Alresford. (Mr Forder.) W. Pamplin, mss.

GALEOPSIS Ladanum. Beach between Southampton and Netley. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

GALEOBDOLON luteum.

Bromfield, mss.

Here and there about Southampton.

W. A.

MELITTIS Melissophyllum (grandiflora). Westwood, Netley Abbey. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

SCUTELLARIA minor. Bog on Petersfield Heath. W. A. Bromfield,

mss.

PRIMULA elatior. White Wool Farm near West Meon; also in woods near Froxfield. W. Pamplin, mss.

STATICE Armeria.

Cliffs at Freshwater. E. Lees, mss.

Limonium. On the rocks at Scratchell's Bay, near the Needles.
E. Lees, mss.

GLAUX maritima. Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight. E. Lees, mss.
PLANTAGO maritima. Scratchell's Bay. E. Lees, mss.
SALSOLA Kali. Sandown Bay, shore at Portsea. E. Lees, mss.
CHENOPODIUM maritimum. Shore at Portsea. E. Lees, mss.
ATRIPLEX portulacoides. Salt marshes. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

littoralis. Shore between Southampton and Netley, abun-
dant. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

POLYGONUM maritimum. At Christchurch, on the sandy shore near Muddiford. (Mr. Borrer.)

C. C. Babington, mss.

DAPHNE Mezereum. In the beech woods between West Meon and Bramdean, quite wild and not sparingly. (Mrs. Winkworth Moody.) W. Pamplin, mss.

EUPHORBIA portlandica. Gosport. W. A. Bromfield, sp.

MERCURIALIS annua.

Southampton, W. A. Bromfield, mss.

W. A.

TRIGLOCHIN maritimum. Muddy shores of the Itchen river.

Bromfield, mss.

OPHRYS apifera. Culver Cliff. C. C. Babington, mss.

EPIPACTIS grandiflora. Woods at the Grange near Ringwood. (Mr. Ingram.) W. A. Bromfield, mss.

IRIS fœtida.

W.

Netley Abbey; not common about Southampton.
A. Bromfield, mss. Plentiful between Cowes and Fresh-
E. Lees, mss. Common in the Isle of Wight.

water.

B. G.

CONVALLARIA multiflora. Abundant in Westwood, near Netley Abbey; in a wood, by the side of the Itchen, about half a mile above Mansbridge. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

Ruscus aculeatus. Not uncommon about Southampton. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

NARCISSUS biflorus. In several meadows about Hensting and Owlesbury, apparently wild; also about West Meon (Mr. Earwaker). W. Pamplin, mss.

ZOSTERA marina. In large quantity, in Southampton Water, near Hythe, impeding the boats in shallow places. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

SCIRPUS Savii. Knowle, Isle of Wight. Comp.

CAREX arenaria. Sandy shore at Portsdown.

E. Lees, mss.

GASTRIDIUM lendigerum. In a fallow field, about a mile from Ryde, on the road to Steephill, in great plenty. W. A. Bromfield, sp. CALAMAGROSTIS lanceolata. Marchwood. (Mr. Borrer.) W. A. Bromfield, mss.

Epigejos. In great plenty at the edge of Shore Copse, near Ryde; in Whitefield Wood; between Ryde and Brading; seems to be common about Ryde. W. A. Bromfield,

mss.

AGROSTIS setacea. Southampton Common; the staple grass on the heaths about Southampton. W. A. Bromfield, sp.

BRIZA minor.

Quarr Abbey; an abundant weed in many corn-fields at Marchwood, perhaps introduced with the grain. W. A. Bromfield, sp.

PoA aquatica. Near Southampton.

W. A. Bromfield, mss.

maritima. Near Southampton. J. E. Leefe, mss.

HORDEUM maritimum. By the road-side from C*** (?) towards Marchwood. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

SPARTINA stricta. Muddy shores of the Itchen river near its junction with Southampton Water. W. A. Bromfield, sp. (Dr. Bromfield does not find it between Southampton and Millbrook.)

polystachya. Much more abundant than the last, covering a vast tract of mud above the Itchen ferry, especially about the Belvidere ship-yard, and on the opposite side near Itchen village; also with S. stricta, below the ferry. W. A. Bromfield, sp. by whom it was first discovered, in 1836.

VII. SUSSEX.

GLAUCIUM luteum. On the shore to the west of Brighton in the greatest profusion. W. A. Bromfield, mss.

CARDAMINE amara. Marsh at Brambletye Place, near East Grinstead. W. H. Coleman, mss.

VIOLA flavicornis.

Ashdown Forest. W. H. Coleman, mss.

DROSERA longifolia. Bogs on Ashdown Forest.

ELATINE hexandra.
MONCHIA erecta.

SPERGULA subulata.

W. H. Coleman, mss.

Sussex. W. H. Coleman, mss.

Ashdown Forest. W. H. Coleman, mss.

On Ashdown Forest, in a warren east of the

quarry above Kidbrook Park.

RADIOLA millegrana. Ashdown Forest.

W. H. Coleman, mss.

W. H. Coleman, mss.

ALTHEA officinalis. In profusion in the fen ditches bordering the roads along the marshes between Hastings and Hythe, especially about Brooklands, Rye, &c. W. A. Bromfield, mss. HYPERICUM Androsæmum. Frequent on hedge banks and in woods, near East Grinstead. W. H. Coleman, mss.

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