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Reasoning at every step he treads,
Man yet mistakes his way; While meaner things whom instinct leads Are rarely known to stray.
ATKINSON, W. S.
bridgeshire, Occurrence of the
3712; Occurrence of Vanessa An-
tiopa'near London, 3715
a supposed Thalassicola, BREE, C. R.
ture of Colias Edusa at Stowmarket,
and of Vanessa Antiopa near Stow-
market, 3624 ; Captures of Lepi-
killing insects, 3435; Notes on the BREE, REV. WILLIAM, M.A.
A list of butterflies occurring in the
Bates, HENRY WALTER
key, 3324 ; Some account of the method of capturing and killing
minute Lepidoptera, Diptera, &c.,
3433 ; Description of a new (non-
BEVAN, EDWARD, M.D.
Remarks on a critique of the · Fal-
conry of the Indus,' 3646
Buxton, E. c.
Whittlesea Mere, 3624
Great ash-coloured shrike in Norfolk,
CAMBRIDGE, OCTAVIUS PICKARD
Capture of Tinea ferruginella at
Notes on the Coleoptera of Whittlesea
Captures of Lepidoptera in the New
Forest, Hampshire, 3334
Capture of Diphthera Orion, 3563
A night in the forest, 3515
Notodonta trepida, &c., near Berk-
Capture of Vanessa Antiopa near
Howey buzzard shot near Lynn, 3328
Note on the habits of ferrets, 3452 .
Notes on Mr. Stephens’ ‘Catalogue
of Lepidopterous Insects in the
Entomological localities, 3313, 3430,
3517, 3584, 3687; On rearing
larvæ of Micro-Lepidoptera, 3494
Notes on the fishing frog, 3332
Pterophorus lithodactylus, 3625
Note on the temper of humble bees at
a certain season of the year, 3627 ;
The poison of the toad, 3658
Montagu's barrier at Eastbourne,
Black redstart at Brighton, Note
Experiments with venomous serpents,
American teal at Scarborough, 3472;
Note on the singular babit of a cat,
Toad in a block of iron ore, 3632
Capture of the fishing frog, 3600
Another buzz from the bees, 3398,
3520; Instance of bees welcoming
Black redstart in Sussex, Hoopoe in
List of fishes found in the Moray
Firth, and in the fresh waters of the
Capture of the sun-fish at Ilfracombe,
Captures of Lepidoptera in the neigh-
bourhood of Putney, 3435
Search for pupæ of Lepidoptera at
the roots of trees, 3334
List of Lepidoptera taken at Lower
Guiting, on the Cotswolds, Glou-
Note on a wild hybrid between the
greenfinch and linnet, Note on the
GURNEY, SAMUEL, Jun.
Johnson, Rev. JOB
have become white through fright, Guyon, GEORGE
3326; Tenacity of life in reptiles, Siskin breeding in Ireland, 3708
LONGLEY, C. H.
Varieties of Arctia Caja, 3563
coast of Deal, Kent, 3395; Note Land and fresh-water Mollusca of the
neighbourhood of Nottingham, HARPER, T.O.
Note on the larvæ of Plutella porrec-
Excursion to Botany Bay, New South
Wales, 3383; Subterranean colony
sit to Teneriffe, and ascent of the
swamps and their inhabitants, 3451 Staffordshire, 3579
MATTHEWS, REV. A., M.A.
Description of the yellow-backed
whidah finch killed in Oxfordshire
in September, 1851, 3534 ; List of HUGHES, Rev. E. J.R.
the arrival and departure of the Curious want of instinct in young
migratory birds near Weston-onducks, 3579
the-Green, Various birds at WestonHULKE, J. W.
White variety of the great titmouse, On the method of preserving spiders,
Note on the genus Gobius, 3600
Insects impaled on thorns, 3563
NEWMAN, EDWARD, F.L.S., Z.S.
Little crake in Norfolk, 3477; Kent, 3476; Eared grebe at Yar-
mouth, 3477 piper and avocet at Yarmouth, NEWMAN, H. W. 3504 ; Notes on the arrival and de- On changing the eggs of birds for parture of migratory birds in Nor- those of other species, Habits and folk, 3536; Food of the honey buz
instincts of birds, 3327; A buzz zard, 3707; Curious death of a
from the bees, 3358; On the song dab-chick, or little grebe, Food of of birds, 3386; The redstart, 3388; the black-headed gull, 3711
The cuckoo, 3424; A continued buzz from the bees, 3496; Further