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Critch. Howitt, cat.

HYPERICUM montanum.

RHAMNUS catharticus. Buxton

rocks.

quent. Howitt, cat.

dubium. Matlock. Ch. Babington, mss.

Ch. Babington, mss. Fre

Frangula. Coxbench. Howitt, cat.

ONONIS spinosa. Near Calke. A. Bloxam, mss.
LATHYRUS Nissolia. Breason. (Dr. Davidson.)

G. Howitt, sp.

(Dr. Howitt questions the existence of Lathyrus hirsutus, palustris, Aphaca, and Vicia lutea, in this county. See page 261.)

HIPPOCREPIS comosa. Monsall Dale. Howitt, cat.

PRUNUS domestica. Heanor. Howitt, cat.

Padus. Chapel en le Frith.

G. Howitt, sp. Via Gellia.
Ch. Babington, mss. (Erase "Bath."- Page 261.)
Fin Hill, near Brushfield. Howitt, cat.
Chamamorus. Holme Moss. Ch. Babington, mss.

RUBUS saxatilis.

COMARUM palustre. Derbyshire. Howitt, cat.

SANGUISORBA officinalis. (For "Dove Dale" read" Buxton."— Page

261.)

ROSA villosa. Heanor. Howitt, cat.

tomentosa. Between Ticknall and Foremark. A. Bloxam, mss. spinosissima. High Tor; Monsale Dale. (F. Astley, Esq.) Ch. Babington, mss.

EPILOBIUM roseum. Heanor, frequent. Howitt, cat. At the bottom of a pond, the second year after it had been let dry, and the mud cleared out to the depth of three feet, several plants came up, on the right of the road between Calke Abbey and Melbourne. A. Bloxam, mss.

CIRCEA alpina. Matlock. Howitt, cat.

LYTHRUM hyssopifolium. A single plant found with Epilobium roseum (as above). A. Bloxam, mss.

BRYONIA dioica. Rare in Derbyshire. Howitt, cat. In a plantation near the Stables at Calke Abbey. A. Bloxam, mss. COTYLEDON Umbilicus. Anchor Church. Ch. Babington, sp.

Dove

Dale and Hew-gill. Howitt, cat. (In Mr. Babington's specimen, which is much stunted, all the flowers are nearly upright.)

SEDUM dasyphyllum. Dethicke. Ch. Babington, mss.

album. Ashford in the Water, near Bakwell. G. Howitt, sp. SAXIFRAGA caspiiosa. I have a variety of this, the S. decipiens of Smith, from Derbyshire. G. Howitt, mss. (Is not the S. decipiens of Smith merely a variety of S. hypnoides? He first joined it, if I mistake not, with S. hirta, which is held to be a variety of S. hypnoides, by Hooker, Wilson, and others. H. W.)

CHRYSOSPLENIUM alternifolium. Coxbench Bogs. G. Howitt, sp. Frequent in the coal district. Howitt, cat. Ponds adjoining Swarkeston Bridge. A.

PIMPINELLA magna.

ENANTHE Phellandrium.

Bloxam, mss.

SILAUS pratensis. Frequent.

Howitt, cat.

Swarkeston Bridge. A. Bloxam, mss.

Meadows adjoining

TORILIS infesta. Shipley. Howitt, cat.

MYRRHIS odorata. By the Derwent near Duffield; Codnor Breach. Howitt, cat. Wirksworth. Ch. Babington, mss.

VISCUM album. Langley, on Pyrus domestica.

P. communis intended?)

G. Howitt, sp. (Is

Page 262.)

GALIUM erectum. Heanor. Howitt, cat.
·pusillum. (Erase "Castleton.”
VALERIANA rubra. Saxton's Bath. Ch. Babington, sp.

Matlock,

perhaps introduced. Howitt, cat. This and several other garden plants are found about Matlock, having been introduced on the rocks and banks near the Hotel for ornament. H. W.

FEDIA dentata. Near Calke Abbey; in corn fields between Calke Park and Ticknall. A. Bloxam, sp. Shipley. Howitt, cat. Hopwell Hall. Ch. Babington, mss.

eriocarpa. Dove Dale. Ch. Babington, mss.

LACTUCA virosa. Near Swarkeston Bridge. Ch. Babington, mss. PRENANTHES muralis. Heanor. G. Howitt, sp.

Near Foremark

Park. A. Bloxam, mss. Matlock. Howitt, cat. HIERACIUM Sylvaticum. Near Calke. A. Bloxam, mss. - umbellatum. Heanor. Howitt, cat. paludosum. Coxbench. Howitt, cat.

CNICUS eriophorus. Cromford. Howitt, cat.

heterophyllus. Buxton rocks, and in a corn field near Comb's Moss. (F. D. P. Astley, Esq.) Ch. Babington, mss. (For "B. G." read "J. E. Bowman, mss.' Page 262.) GNAPHALIUM dioicum. Finn Hill, near Brushfield. G. Howitt, sp. Buxton. (Rev. T. Gisborne.) Ch. Babington, mss.

SENECIO viscosus Cotmanhay. Howitt, cat.

CAMPANULA latifolia. By a brook near Hopwell Hall, very abundant.
Ch. Babington, mss.

Trachelium. Pleasley Park. Howitt, cat.
glomerata. Buxton. Ch. Babington, mss.

POLEMONIUM cæruleum. Frequent near Bakewell and Buxton. Howitt, cat. Near Haddon Hall. Ch. Babington, sp. Combe's Moss; Holme Moss. (F. D. P. Astley, Esq.) Ch. Babington, mss. Oxycoccus. Combe's Moss. Ch. Babington, sp. ARBUTUS Uva-Ursi. Fox House, on the moors, 1835. (Mr. Bohler.) Howitt, cat.

VACCINIUM Vitis-Idea. Cromford Moor;

ANDROMEDA polifolia. Combe's Moss. Ch. Babington, sp.

MYOSOTIS cæspitosa.

In the Park, Calke Abbey. A. Bloxam, mss.

sylvatica. Matlock. Ch. Babington, sp.

collina. Frequent. Howitt, cat.

DATURA Stramonium. Amongst rubbish. Howitt, cat.

ATROPA Belladonna. Ruins of Hardwicke Hall and Hoarstan Castle.

Howitt, cat.

SOLANUM nigrum. Egginton Heath. Howitt, cat.

LINARIA Elatine.

LIMOSELLA aquatica.

Derbyshire. Howitt, cat.

Banks of Shipley Reservoir, abundantly, in 1835. Howitt, sp.

LYCOPUS europæus.
quent. Howitt, cat.

Ponds in Calke Park. A. Bloxam, mss.

Fre

MENTHA Sylvestris. viridis.

Derbyshire. Howitt, cat.

Derwent, near Breadsall. Howitt, cat.

Pulegium. (This does not grow at Pinxton or Langley.
Dr. Howitt.)

GALEOBDOLON luteum. Common. Howitt, cat. Near Calke and

Foremark. A. Bloxam, mss.

GALEOPSIS Ladanum. Lathkill Dale, on the banks of the Lathkill, near One Ash. Howitt, sp.

versicolor. Frequent. Howitt, cat.

LAMIUM maculatum. Darley in the Dale. Ch. Babington, mss.
ACINOS vulgaris. By the side of a gravel pit, leading from Repton
Park to the Old Hays. A. Bloxam, mss.

LATHREA Squamaria. Near Calke Abbey. A. Bloxam, mss. Pleasley
Park. (Mr. S. Hurt.) G. Howitt, sp.
PRIMULA elatior. Coal district. Howitt, cat.

HOTTONIA palustris. Swarkeston Bridge. Ch. Babington, sp. Near
Derby. Howitt, cat.

CHENOPODIUM polyspermum. Heanor. G. Howitt, sp.

sp.

olidum.

DAPHNE Mezereum.

A garden weed at Calke Abbey. A. Bloxam,

Matlock. Howitt, cat.

SAGITTARIA sagittifolia. Ponds at Swarkston Bridge A. Bloxam,

mss.

OPHRYS muscifera. Heights of Abraham. Ch. Babington, mss.
LISTERA cordata. Moors, Chatsworth.

cat.

CROCUS sativus.

66

(Mr. Valentine.) Howitt,

Dr. Howitt attaches a query (?) to this plant. Breadfall," of Turner and Dillwyn, is probably a misprint for "Breadsall.". Page 264.)

NARCISSUS Pseudo-Narcissus. Wild in Calke Park, near the Chinese
Pond. A. Bloxam, mss.
Hathersley Woods. Howitt,

cat.

biflorus. Heanor. Howitt, cat.

TAMUS communis. Heanor. G. Howitt, sp. Hedges near Calke. A. Bloxam, mss. Whaley. Ch. Babington, mss.

in the coal district. Howitt, cat.

Common

GAGEA lutea. Banks of the Erewash, near Brinsley. Howitt, sp. CONVALLARIA majalis. Lathkill Dale. Howitt, cat.

multiflora. Pleasley Park. Howitt, cat.

TULIPA sylvestris. Banks of the Derwent. (Rev. J. Hey.) Howitt, cat.

COLCHICUM autumnale. Ingleby. Ch. Babington, sp. Meadows above Swarkeston Bridge. A. Bloxam, mss. Meadows

near Derby. Howitt, cat. (Possibly these descriptions intend the same spot, or adjacent localities.)

ACORUS Calamus. Derbyshire. Howitt, cat.

TYPHA angustifolia. Pond between Repton Shrubs and Milton. A. Bloxam, mss.

SCHENUS nigricans. Derbyshire. Howitt, cat.

ERIOPHORUM vaginatum. Near Pleasley. Howitt, cat. Combe's Moss. (Mr. Astley.) Ch. Babington, mss.

CAREX divulsa.

Common in Calke Park. A. Bloxam, mss.

strigosa. Near Calke Abbey. A. Bloxam, sp.

Pseudo-Cyperus. In a pond on the outside of Calke Park, on the south side. A. Bloxam, mss.

CAREX binervis. One Ash. Howitt, cat.

ALOPECURUS agrestis. Frequent. Howitt, cat.

POA aquatica. Ponds in Calke Park. A. Bloxam, mss.
BROMUS Secalinus. Near Hopwell Hall.

quent in corn fields. Howitt, cat.

AVENA fatua. Heanor. Howitt, cat.

Ch. Babington, mss. Fre

ELYMUS europaus. Pleasley Park. Howitt, cat.
BRACHYPODIUM pinnatum. Derbyshire. Howitt, cat.

XLV. NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.

WITH a liberality which would not find many imitators, and could not reasonably be expected to do so, Dr. Howitt several months ago forwarded to me the earlier sheets of his Flora of Nottinghamshire; giving full permission to make any use of their contents in this Supplement. Yet I must confess that some reluctance is felt to the copying of so much from an unpublished, or simultaneously published, work; even though it is little likely that the present volume can materially interfere with Dr. Howitt's Flora, though to some extent it may do so, a principal foundation of such a compilation being the selection, from local Floras, of those portions which are most interesting or useful to strangers in the districts. In my former volume, the list of Notts' plants was mainly drawn up from a printed catalogue, checked for this county by Mr. Cooper, and a large supply of specimens. It was also mentioned in the "CORRECTIONS, ETC." that a MS. Flora, which Mr. Cooper had been so kind to lend me, had come too late for use. I am sorry to say that there have been some awkward mistakes about these data, the specimens having been given to Mr. Cooper's care, by Dr. Howitt, who intended them for my use. This I was not informed of, as it seems that Mr. Cooper erroneously conceived Dr. Howitt to be unwilling to have his name mentioned as the authority for them. The checked catalogue and the MS. Flora had also been both made or drawn up partly from the MSS. of Dr. Howitt; a circumstance of which I was equally ignorant at that time. Had I been then aware that Mr. Cooper was almost a stranger in the county, and had enjoyed

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few opportunities of botanizing there, it would certainly have been stated that the plants were not introduced into the list on the personal authority of that gentleman, although it was mentioned in the Introductory Observations, page 5, that "sp." only indicated a specimen to have been received from the person to whose name it was added, and not that the specimen had been in every case gathered by the individual named. Still, throughout the volumes, as often as the donor intimated that his specimens had been received from another party, the name of the latter has almost invariably been mentioned, and usually distinguished by being printed (parenthetically) in the ordinary Roman letters instead of italics, and the same course was taken with the "mss." notes. My impression was that Mr. Cooper sent the specimens to be exchanged for those of other species which were desiderata to him. In so far as the first volume of this work is concerned, the correction is to be made by a memorandum indicating that Mr. Cooper derived his specimens of the plants of the county, chiefly from Dr. Howitt. Here, however, the list is almost entirely recopied from Dr. Howitt's Flora (Nott.), that in the former volume being scarcely of any assistance to collectors, from the want of specified stations. Such stations as have not been recently verified, within the knowledge of Dr. Howitt, are distinguished by having the authority (Ordoyno or Deering) added. There is yet another circumstance connected with Mr. Cooper's Catalogue to which it is requisite particularly to allude, because it has caused the introduction of plants into the Nottinghamshire list, in my former volume, which appear to have an uncertain claim to be named as natives of the county, being wholly unnoticed by Dr. Howitt. They are the following: - Stellaria nemorum, Arenaria verna, Cerastium tetrandrum, Althea officinalis, Geranium rotundifolium, Trifolium ochroleucum, T. subterraneum, Lotus angustissimus, Scleranthus perennis, Lonicera Caprifolium, Galium pusillum, G. erectum, Senecio viscosus, Mentha viridis, M. citrata, M. gentilis, Teucrium Chamædrys, Salix arenaria, and Potamogeton rufescens. Several of these are such plants as we might have expected to find in this part of England; others are unlikely. In Mr. Cooper's MSS. Flora, before mentioned, these are all omitted, except Althea officinalis, Mentha viridis, M. citrata, Salix arenaria, and Potamogeton rufescens.

CLEMATIS Vitalba. Here and there in hedges (Deering). Nott. MYOSURUS minimus. On the bank of a field between Radford and Wollaton; Coddington, and Upton, near Southwell; Normanton. Nott.

RANUNCULUS parviflorus. Colwick Wood; Clifton Lane, by the road side. Nott.

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DELPHINIUM Consolida. Nottingham Park; Trent-side near Wilford.

Nott.

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