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HOTTONIA palustris. Marsh ditches between Walthamstow and the Lea river, towards Edmonton. IV. Pamplin, mss. CHENOPODIUM fruticosum. Mersey Island. C. C. Babington, mss. RUMEX pratensis. In marshes on the Essex side of the Thames.
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EUPHORBIA platyphylla. (Insert " Eng. Fl." after "Notley.”— Page 110.)
OPHRYS muscifera. (Read "High Easter."— Page 110.)
CLEMATIS Vitalba. Common about Bury. W. A. Bromfield, mss. THALICTRUM minus. (Erase the semicolon after " Risby."-Page 113.) ANEMONE ranunculoides. A few plants formerly grew at Hawstead, but were eradicated by a gardener.
ADONIS autumnalis. Corn-fields about Bury. (Rev. W. ***.) W. A. Bromfield, mss.
HELLEBORUS viridis. About Bury; in a wood near Beighton, &c. W. A. Bromfield, sp. Near Stradbrook. B. G. (The localities mentioned for this species on page 113 belong to H. fœtidus.)
TEESDALIA nudicaulis. (Read" Belton," not " Belford."— Page 113.) TURRITIS glabra. Near Dunwich. B. G.
SISYMBRIUM polyceratium. Still growing, in the greatest abundance,
at the foot of walls in Schoolhouse Lane between Garland and Northgate Streets; also in the farther part of Garland Street, and thence spreading with equal profusion over the Short Bracklands, mixed with S. officinale and Coronopus Ruellii; and even creeping beyond the precincts of the town, towards Fornham, but very sparingly; but every where assuming the aspect of an indigenous weed. W. A. Bromfield, sp.
SILENE noctiflora. Fields at Barton. (Lady Blake.) W. A. Bromfield,
GERANIUM phæum. In woods near Whepstead, four miles from Bury, growing there for many years. (Rev. Thomas Image.) W. A. Bromfield, mss.
RHAMNUS catharticus. (Read "Woolpit Wood."
Page 114.) TRIFOLIUM ochroleucum. About Barton, in fields near Sir Henry Bunbury's. W. A. Bromfield, mss. (Read "Orford."
W. A. Brom
LATHYRUS Aphaca. Border of a field near Hawstead.
pisiformis. (Refer to " Eng. Fl." not "B. G." The latter has the locality "Aldborough, near the lime-kiln." Page 116.)
ROSA tomentosa. (Read" Burgh Castle.". Page 116.)
W. A. Bromfield,
mss. Walls of the Botanic Garden at Bury. J. E. Leefe,
SMYRNIUM Olusatrum. Castle Mound at Eye. A. Bloxam, mss. In the Village of Flixton. C. C. Babington, mss. SIUM latifolium. Worlingham; Cove; marshes between Yarmouth and Burgh Castle. B. G. (These stations are misprinted on page 117.)
DIPSACUS pilosus. About Horringer, near Bury. W. A. Bromfield,
CENTAUREA Solstitialis. In several fields about Barton, near Bury
MONOTROPA Hypopitys. (Refer to "Stock, cat." not
In a hedge about a hundred yards beyond the Gaol, on the same side of the London and Sudbury road from Bury, parasitic on the wild hop, and very abundant. W. A. Bromfield, mss.
VERBASCUM pulverulentum. In old chalk-pits and by road-sides about Bury; abundant out beyond Northgate Street; also by the road-side between Bury and Newmarket, in many places. W. A. Bromfield, mss.
MELAMPYRUM cristatum. Abundant in a wood between Bury and Whepstead. W. A. Bromfield, mss.
VERONICA triphyllos. Near Mildenhall. (Mr. Broome.) C. C. Babington, mss.
Tuddenham. W. A. Bromfield, sp.
CYCLAMEN hederafolium. (Refer to "Eng. Fl." not "B. G.".
By the Church and Parsonage House at Hessett, six miles south-west of Bury; a suspicious station,
but the plant has been growing there for many years. W. A. Bromfield, sp.
MERCURIALIS annua. Bury. W. A. Bromfield, mss.
LEUCOJUM @stivum. (Read "Little Stonham.“. Page 122.) ORNITHOGALUM umbellatum. Meadow nearly opposite the chalk-pits, Risby Gate Street, Bury. (Mr. Downes.) C. C. Babington,
Abundant on bogs at Belton and Lound. B. G.
CLEMATIS Vitalba. Dereham; Hockering; Bath Hills at Bungay.* S. P. Woodward, mss. (Add a semicolon after “churchyard.” It is presumed that " 'hedges" did not refer exclusively to Earlham, which would appear from the misprint. - Page 125.)
ADONIS autumnalis. Hedges round Norwich, scarcely wild. S. P. Woodward, mss.
MYOSURUS minimus. This has not been found, either at Earsham or
HELLEBORUS viridis. Bath Hills at Bungay. S. P. Woodward, mss.
S. P. Wood
CARDAMINE amara. Cley. C C. Babington, mss. Bromerton; Lakenham, &c. Lost at King Street Meadows, Norwich. A purple variety at Dereham. S. P. Woodward, mss. COCHLEARIA officinalis. Found last year in salt marshes at Caistor, by Mr. Manners. S. P. Woodward, mss.
Mosswold Heath; Bath Hills. S. P. Wood
Abundant in fields, by Bungay, Dereham,
Bromerton, Lakenham, &c., truly wild.
LEPIDIUM latifolium. Cley. C. C. Babington, sp.
Mr. Woodward frequently names Bungay; but as this occurs in a list of Norfolk localities, probably the Norfolk side of the river may be intended. I should otherwise have transferred them to the list for Suffolk, in conformity with the plan followed in other parts of this work, in reference to towns situate on the borders of counties.
LEPIDIUM Smithii. Sandy lanes near Norwich; Lakenham.
ruderale. Cley. C. C. Babington, sp.
East Winch, between Lynn and Swaffham.
BRASSICA campestris. Old chalk-pits, &c., near Norwich. S. P. Woodward, mss.
DROSERA longifolia. Felthorpe; doubtful whether growing in Ellingham Fen. S. P. Woodward, mss.
S. P. Woodward, mss.
Lost on the South
St. Faith's; Felthorpe.
ARENARIA tenuifolia. A locality for this, near Norwich, is mentioned
Felthorpe; St Faith's. S. P. Woodward, mss.
HYPERICUM elodes. GERANIUM sylvaticum. pyrenaicum.
Dereham; and near Bungay. S. P. Wood
Cley. C. C. Babington, mss.
Common in marshes between Thorpe and Witlingham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
TRIFOLIUM ochroleucum. Dereham; and near Norwich. S. P.
Fields by Bungay, scarcely wild. S. P. Wood
Road-side by the Bath Hills.
S. P. Woodward,
angustifolia. Abundant every where about Norwich. S. P. Woodward, mss.
In a gravel-pit near Bungay. S. P. Woodward,
POTENTILLA argentea. Abundant near Bungay; also near Norwich and Dereham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
COMARUM palustre. Abundant in every bog and many marshes in
SCLERANTHUS perennis. Common on all heaths, near Norwich, &c.
SEDUM album. Dereham, wild.
S. P. Woodward, mss.
CHRYSOSPLENIUM alternifolium. Stoke (query, as to the name). Lost at Poringland. S. P. Woodward, mss.
SISON Amomum. Lakenham; Dereham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
FONICULUM vulgare Scarcely wild at Norwich; has grown in a hedge on the Bath Hills, Bungay, for many years. Woodward, mss.
SILAUS pratensis. Norwich; Dereham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
TORILIS infesta. Norwich. S. P. Woodward, mss.
SMYRNIUM Olusatrum. Very common near Norwich. S. P. Woodward, mss.
VISCUM album. Dereham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
ASPERULA Cynanchica. Swaff ham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
GALIUM parisiense. (Read "Walls of Binham Abbey; Carrow Abbey, by Norwich.” — Page 132.)
DIPSACUS pilosus. Dereham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
PRENANTHES muralis. Common near Bungay.
Bungay; Mosswold. S. P. Woodward, mss.
HYPOCHEKIS glabra. In a sandy field,; by the Bath Hills. S. P.
ONOPORDUM Acanthium. Abundant near Norwich. S. P. Woodward,
CNICUS acaulis. Scarning Common.
S. P. Woodward, mss. Plantation at Lakenham. S. P. Woodward, mss. ASTER Tripolium. Abundant in the salt marshes near Yarmouth. S. P. Woodward, mss. (Perhaps inadvertently omitted in the Natural History of Yarmouth.')
CENTAUREA Calcitrapa. Road-side by the Thorpe Asylum.
Woodward, mss. (The specimen from Burnham is C. solstitialis, but the locality has been accidentally given under C. Calcitrapa. - Page 133.)
CAMPANULA Rapunculus. Old walls at Earsham; Dereham. S. P. Woodward, mss.
CHLORA perfoliata. Eradicated by botanists, at Ditchingham and Bath Hills; but still growing in a gravel-pit, with Lathyrus . Aphaca. S. P. Woodward, mss.
CUSCUTA Epithymum. Stratton Strawless; St. Faith's; Felthorpe. S. P. Woodward, mss.
Clover-fields at Brooke, 1834.
S. P. Woodward,
ANCHUSA Sempervirens. Really wild at Lakenham.
MYOSOTIS caspitosa. Marshes at Thorpe, &c.
S. P. Woodward,
S. P. Woodward, mss.