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(Published 3rd February, 1868.)

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On the Reproductive Functional Relations of several Species

and Varieties of Verbasca.—By John Scott, Esq., Curator

of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Calcutta, 143

Contributions towards a history of Pajjolia Eldi: McLelland,—

By Captain R. C. Beavan, C. M. Z. S. &c, 175

Zoological Notes.—Bv Wtt.tt.m T T»- - » « «

Mem Kashmir,

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Plates referred to in Mr. Blanford's Contributions to Indian Malacology will be issued with the next number of the Journal.

douottui accuracy ana unsatisiactory nature 01 tne results generally given by chemists respecting organic matter in waters, except some o f the most recent. For though I have found that the process detailed in the previous part of my paper is older tlian I then supposed, having been recommended by Mr. Dugald Campbell in 1856 as suggested by Dr. Clark,* and that an analogous plan was given by Abel and Bloxam in 1854,t though imperfect, yet these plans seem either to have been little known, or neglected, or imperfectly carried out. Some analysts indeed of later date do not even attempt to estimate the amount of organic matter at all, apparently despairing of reliable results. But the process given, I believe, yields the most trustworthy results hitherto obtainable, if properly performed.

» Journ. Chom. Soc. Vol. IX. 1856, p. 51.
f Handbook of ChoniiHtry, 1854.

No. III.

(Published 3rd February, 1868.)

Page

On the Reproductive Functional Relations of several Species and Varieties of Verbasca.—By John Scott, Esq., Curator

of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Calcutta, 143

Contributions towards a history of Panolia Eldi: McLclland,—

By Captain R. C. Bkavan, C. M. Z. S. &c, 175

Zoological Notes.—By William T. Blanford, F. G. S., Cor.

Mem. Z. S. Lon., 189

Kashmir, the Western Himalaya and the Afghan Mountains, a
Geological paper.—By Albert M. Verciiere, Esq. M. D,
Bengal Medical Service; with a note on the fossils by M.
Edouard De Vernedil, Menibre de l'Academie des

Sciences, Paris, 201

Abstract of the Results of the Hourly Meteorological Observations made at the Surveyor General's Office in June, July, and August, 1866, sli—xlix JOURNAL

OF THE

ASIATIC SOCIETY

The plates attached to this number refer to Dr. A. Yerchere's paper in this and previous numbers of the Journal.

Plates referred to in Mr. Blanford's Contributions to Indian Malacology will be issued with the next number of the Journal.

doubttul accuracy and unsatisfactory nature of the results generally given by chemists respecting organic matter in waters, except some of the most recent. For though I have found that tho process detailed in the previous part of my paper is older than I then supposed, having been recommended by Mr. Dugald Campbell in 1856 as suggested by Dr. Clark,* and that an analogous plan was given by Abel and Bloxam in 1854,f though imperfect, yet these plans seem either to have been little known, or neglected, or imperfectly carried out. Some analysts indeed of later date do not even attempt to estimate the amount of organic matter at all, apparently despairing of reliable results. But the process given, I believe, yields the most trustworthy results hitherto obtainable, if properly performed.

» Journ. Chem. Soc. Vol. IX. 1856, p. 51.
t Handbook of Chomiatry, 1854.

No. III.
(Published 3rd February, 1868.)

Page

On the Reproductive Functional Relations of several Species and Varieties of Verbasca.—By John Scott, Esq., Curator of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Calcutta, 143

Contributions towards a history of Panolia Eldi: McLclland,—

By Captain R._C. Beavan, C. M. Z. S. &c., 175

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