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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF THE PUBLICATIONS OF ASA GRAY
with annotations by Jane Loring Gray

I. Scientific Works And Articles.

1834

"A Sketch of the Mineralogy of a portion of Jefferson and St. Lawrence Counties, (N. Y.)": by Drs. J. B. Crawe, of Watertown, and A. Gray, of Ulica, (N. Y.). Am. J. Sol, XXV, 346-350.
[J.L.G. - It was printed May 8th]

North American Gramineaa and Cyperacese (exsiccatse). Part I, 1834; Part II, 1835.

1835

"A Monograph of the N. American species of Rhynchospora." Ann. N. Y. Lyc., III, 191-220 (reprint, 191-219), t. 1. [Hook. Comp. Bot. Mag., 11, 26-38.]

"A notice of some new, rare, and otherwise interesting plants from the northern and western portions of the State of New York." Ann. N. Y. Lyc., 221-238 (reprint, 220-236).

1836

Elements of Botany. New York, 1836.

1837

"Remarks on the structure and affinities of the order Ceratophyllacese." Ann. N. Y. Lyc., IV, 41-60.
[J.L.G. - pages 41-50]

"Melanthacearum Americae Septentrionalis Revisio." Ann. N. Y. Lyc., IV, 105-140.

"Remarks on the progress of discovery rotative to vegetable fecundation: being a preface to the translation of A. J. C. Corda's Beitrage zur Lehre von der Befruchtung der Pflanzen." Am. J. Sci., XXXI, 308-317.

1838

A Flora of North America: containing abridged descriptions of all the known indigenous and naturalized Plants growing north of Mexico; arranged according to the Natural System. By John Torrey and Asa Gray. Vol. I. New York, 1838-1840.-Vol. II. 1841-1843, pp. 504.

"Remarks chiefly on the Synonymy of several North American plants of the Orchis tribe." Am. J. Sci., XXXVIII, 306-311.

1841

"Notices of European Herbaria, particularly those most interesting to the North American Botanist." Am. J. Sci., XL, 1-18.
[Ann. Nat. Hist., VII, 132-140, 179185; Hooker's Journ. Bot., III, 353-374.]

"Notice of the Botanical Writings of the late C. S. Rafinesque." Am. J. Sci., XL, 221-241.

1842

"Notes of a botanical excursion to the mountains of North Carolina, etc., with some remarks on the botany of the higher Alleghany Mountains." Am. J. Sci., XLII, 1-49.
[Hook. Lond. Journ. Bot., I, 1-14, 217-237; II,113-125: III, 230-242.]

The Botanical Text-Book for Colleges. Schools and Private Students. New York. 1842.
Edition 2d, ib. 1845; 3rd edit., ib. 1850; 4th edit., ib. 1853; 5th edit. under the title, Introduction to Structural and Systematic Botany, being a fifth and revised edition of The Botanical Text-Book, New York, 1857-1858. A second issue bears date 1860. Edition 6th, Part I. Structural Botany, or Organography on the basis of Morphology. New York, 1879.

1843

"Selections from the Scientific Correspondence of Cadwallader Colden with Gronovius, Linnaeus, Collinson and other Naturalists." Am. J. Sci., XLIV, 85-133.

1844

"Characters of some new genera [Monoptilon, Amphipappus, Calliachyris, Anisocoma] and species of plants of the natural order Composite, from the Rocky Mountains and Upper California. "Proc. Bost. So. Nat. Hist, 1, 210-212 (abstract); Journ. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., V, 104-111, with plate.

"The Longevity of Trees." N. A. Review, July, 1844, 189-238.

1845

"The Chemistry of Vegetation." N. A. Review, Jan, 1845, 3-42.

"Plants Lindheimerianae; an enumeration of P. Lindheimer's collection of Texan plants, with remarks, and descriptions of new species, etc. By George Engelmann and Asa Gray."Journ. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., V, 210-264.

1846

"Musci Alleghanienses, sive Spicilegia Muscorum atque Hepaticarum quos in itinere a Marylandia usque ad Georgiam per tractus montium A. D. mdeccxliii decerpserunt Asa Gray et W. S. Sullivant (interjectis nonnullis aliunde collectis)." [Review, with notes.] . Am. J. Sci., II, i, 70-81, 312.

"Notice of a new genus of plants of the order Santalaceae (Darbya)." Am. J. Sci., II, i, 38G-389; Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., 11, 115-116 (abstract); Journ. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., V, 348-351.

"Scientific Results of the Exploring Expedition." N. A. Review, July, 1846, 211-226.

"Analogy between the Flora of Japan and that of the United States." Am. J. Sci., II, ii, 135-136.

"Characters of some new genera and species of Composite from Texas." Proc. Am. Acad., I, 46-50.
[Am. J. Sci., II, iii, 274-276. in part.]

"Chloris Boreali-Americana. Illustrations of new. rare, or otherwise interesting North American Plants, selected chiefly from those recently brought into cultivation at the Botanic Garden of Harvard University. Decade I." Mem. Am. Acad., III, 1-56, tt. 1-10.

1847

"Food of the Mastodon." Am. J. Sci., II, iii, 436.

"Note upon Carex loliacea, Linn, and C. gracilis. Ehrh." Am. J. Sci., II, iv, 19-22.

1848

Genera Florae Americae Boreali-Orientalis Illustrata. The Genera of the Plants of the United States illustrated by figures and analyses from nature, by Isaac Sprague, Superintended and with descriptions, etc, by Asa Gray. Vols. I, ii (1848, 1849).

A Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States, from New England to Wisconsin and South to Ohio and Pennsylvania inclusive (the Mosses and Liverworts by Wm. S. Sullivant), arranged according to the Natural System. Boston and Cambridge, 1848.
[Later editions are given under dates of publication.]

1849

"Plante Fendlerianie Novi-Mexicanae: an account of a Collection of Plants made chiefly in the Vicinity of Santa Fe, New Mexico, by Augustus Fendler." Proc. Am. Acad., II, 5-9 [abstract]; Mem. Am. Acad., IV, 1-116.

"On some plants of the order Composite from the Sandwich Islands." Proc. Am. Assoc., II, 397-398.

"On the composition of the plant by phytons, and some applications of phyllotaxis. " Proc. Am. Assoc., II, 438-444.

"Note on the genus Thelesperma, Leasing." Hook. Journ. Bot., I, 252.

1850

"Plante Lindheimerianse, Part II. "Journ. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., VI, 141-233.

1851

"Characters of some Gnaphalioid Composite of the division Angiantheae." Hook. Journ. Bot., III, 97-102, 147-153, 172-178.

"Characters of a new genus (Dissothrix) of Compositie-Eupatoriaceaa, with remarks on some other genera of the same tribe. " Hook. Journ. Bot., III, 223-225.

1852

"Account of Argyroxiphium. a remarkable genus of Composite, belonging to the mountains of the Sandwich Islands." Proc. Am. Acad., II, 159-160.

"Characters of three new genera of plants of the orders Violaceae and Anonacoae, discovered by the naturalists of the United States Exploring Expedition [Agatea, Isodendrion, Richella]. Proc. Am. Acad., II, 323-325.

"Plante Wrightianaa Texano-Neo-Mexicans;: an account of a Collection of Plants made by Charles Wright, A.M.. in an expedition from Texas to El Paso, New Mexico, in the summer and autumn of 1849. Part I. Smithsonian Contributions, III, 1-146, tt. 10.

"Remarks on Menodora, Humb. and Bonpl., and Bolivaria, Cham, and Schlecht." Am. J. Sci., II, xiv, 41-45.

"Note on Tetratheca." Hook. Journ. Bot., IV. 199-200.

"Characters of some Southwest Australian Composite, principally of the subtribe Gnaphaliesfi. " Hook. Journ. Bot., IV, 225-232, 206-276.

1853

"Plante Wrightianae Texano-Neo-Mexieanac. Part II. An account of a collection of plants made by Charles Wright, A.M., in Western Texas. New Mexico and Sonora, in the years 1851 and 1852." Smithsonian Contributions, V, 1-119, tt. 4.

"Brief characters of some new genera and species of Nyctaginaceie, priucipally collected in Texas and New Mexico." Am. J. Sci., XV. 259-263, 319-324.

"On the discovery of two species of Trichomanes in the State of Alabama, one of which is new." Am. J. Sci., II, xv, 324-326.

"Characters of Tetraclea, a new genus of Verbenacea;." Am. J. Sci., II, xvi, 97-98.

"Note on the parasitism of Comandra umbellata ," Nutt. Am. J. Sci., II, xvi, 250-251.
[Ann. Nat. Hist., XII, 365-366.]

"Characters of some new genera of Plants, mostly from Polynesia, in the collection of the United Slates Exploring Expedition under Captain Wilkes. Proc. Am. Acad., III, 48-54, 127-129.

1854

"On the age of the large tree recently felled in California." Am. J. Sci., II, xxii, 440-443.
[J.L.G. - Proc. Amer. Acad., - 111 - 94-97]

"Note on the genus Buckleya." Am. J. Sci., II, xviii, 98-100.

"Plantae Novae Thurberianae: The characters of some New Genera and Species of Plants in a Collection made by George Thurber, Esq., of the late Mexican Boundary Commission, chiefly in New Mexico and Sonora. " Mem. Am. Acad., n.s., V, 297-328.

"On the Affinities of the Genus Vavaja, Benth.; also of Rhytidandra, Gray." Mem. Am. Acad., n. s., V, 329-336. [Hook. Journ. Bot., VII, 189-190.]

United States Exploring Expedition, during the years 1838, 1839, 1840. 1841, 1842, under the command of Charles Wilkes, U. S. N. Vol. XV. Botany. Phanerogamia. With a folio Atlas of one hundred plates. Part I. Philadelphia. 1854.

"Mammoth Trees of California." Am. J. Sci., II, xviii, 286-287.

"On the age of a large Californian coniferous tree." Proc. Am. Acad., III, 94-97.
[J.L.G. - this was listed under 1857 but should be in 1854]

1855

"The Smithsonian Institution." Am. J. Sci., II, xx, 1-21.

"Botanical Report, by John Torrey and Asa Gray, upon the Collections made by Captain Gunnison, Topographical Engineers, in 1853, and by Lieutenant E. G. Beckwith, Third Artillery, in 1854." Pacific R. R. Surveys, II 115-132,with tea plates.

"Report on the Botany of the Expedition [under Captain John Pope], by John Torrey and Asa Gray. Pacific R. R. Surveys, n, 157-178, with ten plates.

"Note on the Development and Structure of the Integuments of the Seed of Magnolia. " Hook. Journ. Bot., VII, 243-245; VIII, 26.

1856

A Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States: Second Edition; including Virginia, Kentuckv, and all east of the Mississippi; arranged according to the Natural System. (The Mosses and Liverworts by Wm. S. Sullivant.) With fourteen plates, illustrating the genera of the Cryptogamia. New York, 1856.

"Note on Obolaria virginica, L. " Journ. Linn. Soc, I. 129-130.

"For what purpose were plants created? (Addressed to Prof. Dana)." Am. J. Sci., II, xxi, 428, 429.

"Statistics of the Flora of the Northern United States." Am. J. Sci., II. xxn, 204-232; XXIII, 62-84, 369-403.

"Wild Potatoes in New Mexico and Western Texas." Am. J. Sci., II, xxii, 284, 285.

1857

Centrostegia. Pacific R. R. Surveys, VII (Botany), 19.

List of Dried Plants collected in Japan, by S. Wells Williams, Esq., and Dr. James Morrow. Narrative of the Expedition of an American Squadron to the China Seas and Japan, performed in the years 1852, 1853 and 1854, under the command of Commodore M. C. Perry, II, 303-329.

Report of the Botany of ihe Expedition [under Lieutenant A. W. Whipple].
(By John Torrey. The Composite, Plantaginacere, Orobanchaceae, Scrophulariaceae and Bignoniaceae, by Asa Gray).
Pacific R. R. Surveys, IV, 95-115, 117-122, with eight plates.

General Catalogue of the Plants collected on the Expedition [under Lieut. R. S. Williamson and Lieut. H. L. Abbot]. (By J. S. Newberry. Ivesia, Composites, Hemitomes and Monotropeae, Serophulariaceae, Hydrophyllaceae, and Gentiauaceae, by Asa Gray). Pacific R. R. Surveys, VI, 72-73, 76-87, with six plates.

First Lessons in Botany and Vegetable Physiology. New York, 1857.
[There are later issues.] Revised Aug., 1868.

1858

"A short exposition of the structure of the ovule and seed-coats of Magnolia." Journ. Linn. Soc., II, 106-110.

How Plants Grow: a simple introduction to Structural Botany. With a Popular Flora. New York, 1858.

"Note on the coiling of tendrils of plants." Proc. Am. Acad., IV, 98-99. [Ann. Nat. Hist, III, 613-514; Am. J. Sci., II, XXVII, 277-278.]

"Notes upon some Rubiacese, collected in the South Sea Exploring Expedition under Capt. Wilkes." Proc. Am. Acad., IV, 33-50, 306-318.

"Action of foreign Pollen upon the Fruit."Am. J. Sci., II, xxv, 122, 123.

1859

"Neviusia, a new genus of Rosaceas." Mem. Am. Acad., vi, 373-376, with plate.
[J.L.G. - January 11, 1859 Pro. Am. Acad.]

"Diagnostic characters of new species of phanogamous plants, collected in Japan by Charles Wright, botanist of the TJ. S. North Pacific Exploring Expedition. With observations upon the relations of the Japanese Flora to that of North America, and of other parts of the Northern Temperate Zone." Mem. Am. Acad., VI, 377-452. [Bibl. Univ. Archives, IX, 32-43; Canadian Naturalist, IV, 296297; Am. J. Sci., II, xxviii, 187-200.]

"On the genus Croomia, add its place in the Natural System." Mem. Am. Acad., VI, 453-457, with plate.

"Characters of Ancistrophora, a new genus of the order Composite, recently detected by Charles Wright." Mem. Am. Acad., VI, 457-458.

"Notes upon some Polynesian plants of the order Loganiaccae." Pro. Am. Acad. IV, 319-324.

"Diagnoses of the species of Sandal-wood (Santalum) of the Sandwich Islands." Pro. Am. Acad. IV, 326-327.

"A revision of the genus Forestiera." Pro. Am. Acad. IV, 363-366.

Report of the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey made under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, by William H. Emory. Vol. 11, Part I. Botany of the Boundary. (Note on Synthlipsis, Compositse, Scrophulariacese, note on Datura, conspectus of the genera of Nyctaginacea; and the species of Mirabilis and Oxybaphus, by Dr. Gray), pp. 34, 73-107, 110-121, 154, 172-175, with five plates.

"Lists of Plants collected by Emanuel Samuels, in Sonoma County, California, in 1856." Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., vn, 142-145.

"List of a collection of dried plants made by L. J. Xantus, at Fort Tejon and Vicinity, California, near lat. 35° and long. 119°, 1857-8." Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist., vn, 145-149.

Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States. Revised [Third] Edition; including Virginia, Kentucky and all east of the Mississippi; arranged according to the Natural System. With six plates, illustrating the Genera of Ferns, etc. 1859.

"British National Museums of Natural History." Am. J. Sci., II, xxvn, 277.

"Trichomanes radicans, Swartz." Am. J. Sci., XXVin, 440, 441.

1860

"Catalogue of Plants collected East of the Rocky Mountains." Pacific R. R. Surveys, XII, part 2, 40-49, with three plates.

Report upon the Colorado River of the West, explored in 1857 and 1858 by Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives. Part IV. Botany (the orders preceding Verbenaceaa, excepting the Cactaceffi, by Prof. Gray), pp. 1-20.

"Potamogeton crispus. L.; Marsilea quadrifolia, L." Am. J. Sci., II. xxx, 139, 140.

"Discussion between two readers of Darwin's Treatise on the Origin of Species." Am. J. Sci., II. xxx, 226-239.
["Design versus Necessity.-Discussion between two readers of Darwin's Treatise on the Origin of Species, upon its natural theology." Darwiniana, pp. 62-86.]

1861

"Note on the species of Nissolia."Journ. Linn. Soc, v. 25-26.

"Characters of some Composite in the collection of the United States South Pacific Exploring Expedition under Capt. Wilkes; with observations, etc." Proc. Am. Acad., V, 114-146.

"Notes on Lobeliaceae, Goodeniaceae, etc., in the collection made by the South Pacific Exploring Expedition." Proc. Am. Acad., V, 146-152.

"Enumeration of a collection of dried plants made by L. J. Xantus. at Cape San Lucas, etc., in Lower California, between Aug, 1859. and Feb., 1860." Proc. Am. Acad., v, 153-173.

"A cursory examination of a collection of dried plants made by L. C. Ervendberg around Wartenberg, near Tantoyuca, in the ancient province of TTuasteca, Mexico, in 1858 and 1859." Proc. Am. Acad., v, 174-190.

"Note on the genus Grapliephorum. Desv., and its synonymy." Proc. Am. Acad., V, 190-191; Ann. Bot, Soc. Canada, I, 55-57.

"Notes upon a portion of Dr. Seemann's recent collection of dried plants gathered in the Feejee Islands." Proc. Am. Acad., v, 314-321.

"Characters of new or obscure species of plants of Monopetalous orders in the collection of the United States Pacific Exploring Expedition; with occasional remarks, etc." Proc. Am. Acad., v. 321-352; vi, 37-55.

"Heath (Calluua vulgaris) in North America." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxii, 290, 291; xxxviii, 122-124; 428, 429; xxxix, 228; xliii, 128, 129. [Calluna atlantica. Seem.; also Seemann's Journ. Bot., V, 84, 85.]

"Aira caryophyllea in the United States." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxil, 291.

1862

"Plantfe Yilienses Seemanuiante. Remarks on the Plants collected in the Titian or Fijian Islands by Dr. Bcrthold Seemann." Bonplandia, X. 34-37.

"Enumeration of the Plants of Dr. Parry's collection in the Rockv Mountains in 1861." Am. J. Sci., II. xxxiii, 237-243. 404-411; xxxiv, 49-261,330-341.

"Notes upon the "Description of New Plants from Texas by S. B. Buckley." Proc. Phila. Acad. Nat Sci., 1862, 161-168.

"A Report upon Mr. S. B. Bucklev's 'Description of Plants, No. 3, Gramineae.' " Proc. Philad. Acad., 1862, 332-337.

"Additional note on the genus Rhytidandra." Proc. Am. Acad., VI, 55-56.

"Synapsis of the genus Pentstemon." Proc. Am. Acad., VI, 56-76.

"Revision of the North American species of the genus Calamagrostis, sect. Deyeuxia." Proc. Am. Acad., vi, 77-80.

"Fertilization of Orchids through the Agency of Insects." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxrv, 420-429.

1863

"Darlingtonia california, Torr." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxv, 136-137.

"Botanical Collections in the Rocky Mountains." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxv, 137.

"Species considered as to Variation, Geographical Distribution and Succession." Ann. Nat. Hist., XII, 81-97. [Darwiniana, pp. 178-204.]

"Enumeration of the species of plants collected by Dr. C. C. Parry and Messrs. Elihu Hall and J. P. Harbour, during the summer and autumn of 1862, on and noar the Rocky Mountains, in Colorado Territory, lat. 36°-41°." Proc. Philad. Acad. Nat. Sci., 1863. 55-80.

"Structure und fertilization of certain Orchids." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxvi, 292-294.

Manual of the Botany, etc. Fourth revised Edition. To which is added Garden Botany, an Introduction to a knowledge of the common cultivated Plants. With twenty-two plates, illustrating the Grasses, Ferns, Mosses, etc. New York, 1863.

"Synopsis of the species of Hosackia." Proc. Acad. Philad., 1863, 346-352.

1864

"On Streptanthus, Nutt., and the plants which have been referred to that genus." Proc. Am. Acad., VI, 182-188.

"A revision and arrangement (mainly by the fruit) of the North American species of Astragalus and Oxytropis." Proc. Am. Acad., VI, 188-236.

"On scientific nomenclature." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxvii, 278-281. [Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., XIII. 517-620; Seemann's Journ. Bot., II, 188-190.]

"Radicle-ism." Am. J. Sci., XXXVII, 125-126.

"New Scirpi of the Northern United States: S. Caubyi, S. Clintonii." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxviii, 289-290.

[J.L.G. - Heath Calluna vulganis, Am. J. Sci., II, xxxviii]

1865

"Najas major, Ruppia maritima, etc., discovered at Salina, N. Y." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxix, 106-107.

"Harvard University Herbarium." Am. J. Sci., II. xxxix, 224-226.

"Story about a Cedar of Lebanon." Am. J. Sci., II, xxxix. 226-228.

"New or little known Polynesian Thymelese." Seemann's Journ. Bot., III, 302-306.

"The Tennessee Yellow-Wood (Cladrastis lutea)." Am. J. Sci., II, xl, 273.

"Characters of some now plants of California and Nevada, chiefly from the collections of Professor William H. Brewer and of Dr. Charles L. Anderson, with revisions of certain genera or groups." Proc. Am. Acad., VI. 519-556.

1866

"Professor Treadwells Improvements in constructing Cannon": Address of the President of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Prof. Asa Gray) upon the presentation of tho Rumford Medal to Professor Treadwell. November 15, 1865. Proc Am. Acad., VII, 44-51; Am. J. Sci., II, xli, 97-10:t.

"Scolopendrium ofneinarum in Western New York." Am. J. Sci., II, xli, 417.

"A new Fijian Hedycaria: H. dorstenioides." Seemann's Journ. Bot., IV, 83-84.

"Note on a regular dimerous flower of Cypripedium candidtim." Am. J. Sci., II, xlii, 195; [Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., XVIII, 341-342: Seemann's Journ. Bot., IV, 376-379.]

1867

"An innovation in nomenclature in the recently issued volume of the Prodromut." Am. J. Sci., II, xliii, 126-128; [Seemann's Journ. Bot., V, 81-84].

Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States, including the District east of the Mississippi and north of North Carolina and Tennessee, arranged according to the Natural System. Fifth Edition, with twenty plates, illustrating the Sedges, Grasses, Ferns, etc. New York, 1867. A second Issue in 1868 has four pages of addenda.

"Morphology of stamens and use of abortive organs." Am. J. Sci., II, xliii, 273-274.

"Botanical Notes and Queries. On Sanibucus canadensis, Robinia hispida, and Clerodendron thompsons;. Am. Nat., I, 493-494.

"May-apples in Clusters; Invasions of Foreign Plants." Am. Nat., I, 494-495.

[J.L.G. - Alvan Clark - Address of the Presdent upon the presentation of the Rumford Medal - Proc. Am. Acad., VII, 244, 1867.]

1868

"Botanical Notes and Queries. On Tillandsia usneoides; Robinia hispida." Am. Nat., I, 673-674.

"Monstrous Flowers of Habenaria flmbriata; The Elder (Sambucus canadensis) as a native plant; German Ivy, so-called, flowering under peculiar circumstances." Am. Nat., II, 38-39.

"Descriptions of eleven new Californian plants." Proc. Calif. Acad., III, 101-103.

"Characters of new plants of California and elsewhere, principally of those collected by W. H. Brewer and H. N. Bolander." Proc. Am. Acad., VII, 327-401.

"Shortia. Torr. & Gray, and Schizocodon, Sieb. & Zucc, identical." Am. J. Sci., II, xlv. 402-403.

"Remarks on the laws of botanical nomenclature." Am. J. Sci., II, xlvi, 74-77.

"Planera aquatica, the Planer-tree." Am. Nat., n, 441.

"Saxifraga Virginiensis." Am. Nat., II, 484

Field, Forest and Garden Botany. A simple introduction to the common plants of the United States east of the Mississippi, both wild and cultivated. New York. 1868. A second revised issue, 1870. Bound with the "Lessons," this forms the School and Field-book of Botany.

Preface to the American edition of Darwin's Animals and Plants under Domestication, pp. iii-iv (March 1868)

1870

"A revision of the Eriogoneae. By Asa Gray and J. Torrey." Proc. Am. Acad., Vlil, 145-200.

"Dialysis with Staminody in Kalmia latifolia." Am. Nat., lv, 373-374.

"Botanical Contributions-1. Reconstruction of the Order Diapensiaceae.-2. Revision of the North American Polemoniaceae.-3. Miscellaneous Botanical Notes and Characters." Proc. Am. Acad., VIII, 243-296.

1871

"On hypocotyledonary gemmation." Am. J. Sci., III, ii, 63; [Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., VIII, 220.]

"Arrangement for Cross-fertilization of the flowers of Scrophularia nodosa." Am. J. Sci. III. ii, 150-151.

"Characters of a new genus (Eophyton) consisting of two species of parasitic Gentianese: E. tenellum, E. Lobbii." Journ. Linn. Soc, XI, 22-23.

"A new species of Erythronium: E. propnllans." Am. Nat., V, 298-300. [Canadian Naturalist, V, 465-466.

"Anthers of Parnassia." Am. J. Sci. III, ii. 306. [Am. Nat., V. 649-650.]

"Baptisia perfoliata: the arrangement of morphology of its leaves." Am. J. Sci., III, ii, 462-463. [Seemann's Journ. Bot., X, 84-85.]

"Drosera (Sundew) as a Fly-catcher." Am. J. Sci., III, ii, 463-464.

1872

"Dismissal of the late Botanist of the Department of Agriculture." Am. Nat., VI, 39-45. [ Am. J. Sci., III, v. 315-318.]

Botany for Young People. Part 11.-How Plants Behave: how they move, climb, employ insects to work for them. etc. New York, 1872.

"Plant Dryers." Am. Nat.. VI, 107-108.

"New parasitic plant of the Mistletoe family: Arceuthobium minutum." Am. Nat., VI, 166-167.

"Botanical Contributions-1. Notes on Labiate.-2. Determinations of a collection of Plants made in Oregon by Elihu Hall during the summer of 1871, with characters of some New Species and various Notes." Proc. Am. Acad., VIII, 365-412.

"Rumex Britannica, L. Seemann's Journ. Bot., X, 211-212 (from Proc. Am. Acad., VIII, 399).

"Address before the American Association at Dubuque, Iowa. August, 1872. Am. J. Sci., III, iv, 282-298; Am. Nat, VI, 577- 596 ("Sequoia and its history"); Trimen's Journ. Bot., X (1872), 309-313 (extract, "Origin of the Flora of Atlantic North America"); Proc. Am. Assoc., xxi, 1-31 (with corrections and appendix). ["Sequoia and its history; the relations of North American to Northeast Asian and to Tertiary Vegetation". Darwiniana, pp. 205-235.]

"Wild Double-flowered Epigaea repens." Am. Nat., VI, 429.

"Acer nigrum with Stipules." Am. Nat., VI, 767.

1873

"The Horse Disease." Am. Nat., VII, 167.

"Gelsemium has dimorphous flowers." Am. J. Sci., III, v, 480.

"Note on apples which are half like one and half like another species." Am. Nat., VII, 236.

"Fly-catching in Sarracenia." Am. J. Sci., III, vi, 149-150; 467-468; vii. 440-442.

"Botanical Notelets. Equisetum arvense; Cypripedium acaule; Acer nigrum; Anemone nemorosa or trifolia; Dimorphism in Forsythia." Am. Nat., VII, 422-423.

"Dionsea." Am. J. Sci., Ill, vi, 150.

Plantae Texanus: a list of the Plants collected in Eastern Texas in 1872. and distributed to subscribers by Elihu Hall. Salem, 1873.

"Rubus deliciosus, Torr.; Spiranthes romanzoviana." Am. J. Sci., III, vi, 389-390.

"Characters of new genera and species of plants." Proc. Am. Acad., VIII, 620-631.

"Notes on Composite and characters of certain genera and species, etc." Proc. Am. Acad., VIII, 631-661.

"Cleistogenous Flowers in Oxybaphus nyctagineus." Am. Nat., VII, 692.

"Note on movements of leaves of Drosera and Dionsea." Am. Nat., VII, 738-739.

[J.L.G. - "Index to Notes on Compositae." Proc. Am. Acad., VIII, 661-680.]

Phanerogamia of Pacific North America (of the United States Exploring Expexdition) by John Torrey, edited by Asa Gray. Washington, 1873.

1874

"Yucca gloriosa: Arundo donax in Virginia; Trichomanes radicans in Kentucky." Am. J. Sci., III, vii, 65.

"How Trees grow tall." N. Y. Semi-weekly Tribune, Feb. 20, Mar. 6, Mar. 13.

"Insectivorous Plants." Nation, No. 457, pp. 216-217; No. 458, pp. 232-234. [Darwiniana, pp. 289-307]

"Notes on Compositas and characters of certain genera and species." Proc. Am. Acad., IX. 187-218.

"Were the Fruits made for Man, or did Man make the Fruits?" Am. Nat.., VIII, 116-120. (Reprinted from the "Horticulturist.")

"Sphseralcea aeerifolia in Illinois." Am. J. Sci., III, vii, 239.

"Pachystima canbyi Gray; Woodsia ilvensis, why so named? Villars and Villarsia." Am. J. Sci., III, vii, 442-443.

"Insectivorous Plants-additional investigations. N. Y. Semi-weekly Tribune, June 5.

"Note on the origin of " May Apples." N. Y. Semi-weekly Tribune, June 12.

"A Vegetable Steel-trap." N. Y. Semi-weekly Tribune, Nov. 6.

"The Office of Leaves." N. Y. Semi-weekly Tribune, Nov. 27.

"Do Varieties wear out or tend to wear out? " N. Y. Semi-weekly Tribune, Dec. 8. [ Am. J. Sci., III. ix, 109-114; Darwiniana, pp. 334-355. Noticed in Am. Nat., IX, 53.]

"Contributions to the Botany of North America." Proc. Am. Acad., X, 39-78.
1. A Synopsis of the North American Thistles.
2. Notes on Borragiuaceae
3. Synopsis of North American Species of Physalis.
4. Characters of various New Species."

Johnson's New Universal Cyclopedia.-Botany, 1., 566-571.-Leaf, 11, 1694.-Morphology, III, 627.

[J.L.G. - "Sarracenia as Fly Catchers"]

1875

"Revision of the Genus Symphoriearpus." Journ. Linn. Soc, XIV, 9-12.

"Note on Nemacladus, Nutt." Journ. Linn. Soc, XIV, 28-29.

"A conspectus of the Worth American Hydrophyllacea,'." Proc. Am. Acad., X, 312-332.

"Aestivation in Asimina." Am. J. Sci., III, x, 63.

"Note on peas from mummies and clover from greensand marl." Nation, No. 523, p. 27.

"The Potato Rot; Slitting down the Bark of Fruit Trees in Early Summer." Am. Agriculturist, July, pp. 262-263.

"A Pilgrimage to Torreya." Am. Agriculturist, July, pp. 266-267.

"The Box-Huckleberry (Gaylussacia brachycera Gray)." Am. J. Sci., III, x, 155.

"Spontaneous Generation of Plants." Am. Agriculturist, Oct.

"Aestivation and its Terminology." Am. J. Sci., III, x, 339-344. [Trimeu's Journ. Bot., XIV, 53-58.]

"Menyanthes trifoliata; Botrychium simplex, with pinnated divisions to the sterile frond." Am. Nat., IX, 468.

"The Botanic Garden." The Harvard Book, 1, 313-315.

[J.L.G. - Address Con. Valley Bot. Soc. - Oct. - printed in newspaper]

1876

"Miscellaneous Botanical Contributions." Proc. Am. Acad., XI, 71-104.

"Burs in the Borage Family." Am. Nat., X, 1-4.

"Plantain." Am. Agriculturalist, Jan., p. 19.

"How Flowers are Fertilized." Am. Agriculturalist.
Art. I. "Campanulas or Bell Flowers", Jan., p. 22;
Art. II. "Compound Flowers", Feb., p. 62;
Art. III "Clerodendron and Fire-weed", Apr., pp. 142-143;
Art. IV. "Houstouia and Partridge-berry", May, p. 182;
Art. V. "Dicentra or Bleeding-hearts". June, p. 222;
Art. VI. "Laurel", July, p. 2G2;
Art. VII. "False Indigo and Ked Clover", Aug., p. 303;
Art. VIII. "Beans and other Flowers of the Pulse Family", Oct., pp. 382-383;
Art. IX. "Ground-nut or Apios", Jan., 1877, pp. 22-23;
Art. X. "The Busy Bee", Feb., pp. 62-63; Art. XI. "The Good of Cross-fertilization", Mar., p. 102;
Art. XII. "How Cross-fertilization benefits", May, p. 182;
Art. XIII. "Lady-slippers", June, pp. 222-223.

"Cheilanthes alabamensis; Dichogamy in Epilobium angustifolium; Dimorphism in Claytonia." Am. Nat., X, 43-44.

"Comparative Zoology, Structural and Systematic." Nation, No. 578, p. 63-64.

"Seeds that float in water; Use of the hydrometric twisting of the tail to the carpels of Erodium." Am. J. Sci., III, xi, 157-158.

"Our Wild Gooseberries." Am. Nat., x, 270-275.

"Tolmiaja monziesii." Am. Nat., X. 300.

Botany of California. [Saxifragaceae and Gamopetalse by Asa Gray].-Vol. 1, 192-208, 277-622.

Darwiniana: Essays and reviews pertaining to Darwinism. New York, 1876.

"Schoenolirion, Torr." Am. Nat., X, 426-427, 552-553.

"Anthers in Trillium." Am. Nat., X, 427-428.

"Notes on Acnida [Trimeii's Journ. Bot., xiv, 310-312]; Large Elm; Calluna vulgaris, the Ling or Heather, rediscovered in Massachusetts." Am. Nat., X, 487-490.

"Sedum reflexum, L." Am. Nat., X, 553.

"Nymphaaa flava, Leitner." Am. J. Sci., III, xi, 416.

"Heteromorphism in Epigsea." Am. J. Sci., III, xii, 74-76; [ Am. Nat., X, 490-492.]

"Contributions to the Botany of North America.-1. Characters of Canbya (n. gen.) and Arctomeeon.-2. Characters of New Species, etc." Proc. Am. Acad., XII, 51-84, with two plates.

"Subradical solitary Flowers in Scirpus, Relation of Coloration to Environment." Am. J. Sci., III, xii, 467.

[J.L.G. - "Plastic Instinct of hens." Am. Agriculturalist, Jan 1876]

1877

"Date of Publication of Elliott's Botany of South Carolina and Georgia." Am. J. Sci., III, xiii, 81, 392.

"Homogone and Heterogone (or HomogoDOus and Heterogonous) Flowers." Am. J. Sci., III, xiii, 82-83. [Am. Nat., XI, 42.]

"Notice of Darwin on the Effects of Cross- and Self-Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom." Am. J. Sci., III, xiii, 125-141.

"Dextrorse and Sinistrorse." Am. J. Sci., III, xiii, 236-237.

"Fertilization of Gentiana andrewsii." Am. Nat., XI, 113.

"On some remarkable specimens of Kalrnia lutifolm, L." Proc. Bost. Soc. Nat. Hist, XIX, 75-76; [ Am. Nat., XI, 175.]

"Characters of some little-known or new genera of plants." Proc. Am. Acad., XII. 159-165.

"Notes on the History of Helianthus tuberosus, the so-called Jerusalem Artichoke." By J H. Trumbull and Asa Gray. Am. J. Sci., III, xiii, 347-352; xiv, 428-429.

"The Jerusalem Artichoke once more'. Am. Agriculturist, p. 142. [Gardeners' Chronicle, n. ser., vii, 472.]

"The Germination of the genus Megarrhiza. Torr." Am. J. Sci., III, xiv, 21-24; [Bot. Gazette, II, 130-132.]

"Orchis rotundifolia, Purah." Am. J. Sci., III, xiv, 72. [ Am. Nat., xi, 431.]

"Athamantha chinensis, L." Am. J. Sci., III, xiv, 160.

"Saxifraga Virginiensis." Am. Nat., XI, 366.

"Three-flowered Sanguinaria." Am. Nat., XI, 431.

"Fertilization of Browallia elata." Proc. Phil. Acad., XXIX, 11-12.

[J.L.G. - "On the Right-Handed and Left-Handed Relations in Space." Am. J. Sci., III, xiii, 391.

1878

"Plants May Thrive on a Meat Diet." Am. Agriculturist, Apr, p. 131.

"The two wayside Plantains." Bot. Gaz., III, 41-42.

"Contributions to the Botany of North America." Proc. Am. Acad., XIII, 361-374.
1. Elatines Americana?.
2. Two New Genera of Acanthaceoe.
3. New Astragali.
4. Miscellaneae.

Synoptical Flora of North America. Vol. 11.-Part I. Gamopetalas after Compositae. New York, May, 1878.
Second Edition [with Supplement, etc., in connection with vol. 1, Part II]. New York, January, 1886.
Reissued, with corrections, April, 1888, as Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, vol. xxxv.

"Early Introduction and Spread of the Barberry in Eastern New England." Am. J. Sci., III, xv, 482-483.

"Forest Geography and Archaeology": a lecture delivered before the Harvard University Natural History Society, April 18, 1878. Am. J. Sci., III, xvi, 85-94, 183-196. ["Geographie et Archeologie forestieres de l'Amerique du Nord", (a French translation by Ch. Naudin.) Ann. Sci. Nat, VI, vii, 126-163.]

Classification of the Botanical Collection made during the San Juan Reconnaissance of 1877, in Colorado and New Mexico. Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1878. Appendix SS, pp. 1833-1840.

"Some Western Plants." Bot. Gaz., III, 81.

"Dr. Newcomb and the Uniformity of Nature." By a Country Reader. Independent, No. 1558, p. 1.
Letters on the same subject in No. 1555, p. 16, and No. 1564, p. 15.

"The Animal Poison of the Far West-" Loco" or "Crazy-weed." Am. Agriculturist, Oct., pp. 380-381.

"Does Nature forbid Providence?" By a Country Reader. Independent, No. 1562, pp. 1-3.

"What is a Sweet Potato? "Am. Agriculturist, Nov., p. 423.

"On a form of Scirpus supinus, L." Trimen's Journ. Bot., XVI, 346.

"Shortia galacifolia rediscovered." Am. J. Sci., III, xvi, 483-485. [ Bot. Gaz., IV, 106-108.]

"Note sur le Shortia galicifolia et Revision des Diapensiacees." Ann. Sci. Nat. Bot., VI, VII, 173-179, with plate.

"Diclytra. Dielytra, Dicentra; Sporting Trillium grandiflorum." Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, VI, 277-278.

"Prof. Virchow vs. Advances German Evolutionists."Independant, March 24, 1978.

1879

"Gerardia tenuifolia, Vahl, var. asperula." Bot. Gaz., IV, 153.

"Bentham on Nomenclature." Bot. Gaz., IV, 158-161.

"Notes upon "Notes of a Botanical Excursion into North Carolina" (by J. H. Redfleld)." Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, VI, 331-338.

"Epipactis helleborine, var. viridens (E. viridiflora, Reichenbach). a North American plant." Bot. Gaz., IV, 206.

"Roots and "Yarbs."-In the Mountains of North Carolina." Am. Agriculturist, Sept., p. 337-338.

"Botanical Contributions." Proc. Am. Acad., XV, 25-52.
"Characters of some new Species of Compositae in the Mexican Collection made by C. C. Parry and Edward Palmer, chiefly in the Province of San Louis Potosi, in 1878."
2. "Some New North American Genera", Species, etc."

"Pertinacity and Predominance of Weeds." Am. J. Sci., III, xviii, 161-167.

"On the Self-fertilization of Plants." Bot. Gaz., IV, 182-187.

"Who finds White Partridge-berries?" Bot. Gaz., IV, 190.

"Duplicate Corolla of Campanula." Bot. Gaz., IV, 207.

"Scutia ferrea and Reynosia latifolia." Bot. Gaz., IV, 208.

"Nomenclature in Atlantic IT. S. Polypetala:" Bot. Gaz., IV, 210.

"The beheading of flies by Mentzelia ornata; The Dichogamy of Spigelia marilandica; The most arctic timber; "Carnivorous Plants." Bot. Gaz., IV, 213-215.

"The Gymnospermy of Conifers;" Bot. Gaz., IV, 222-224.

"Vaccinium macrocarpon, var. intermedium; Common and Troublesome Weeds near Santa Barbara, Cal." Bot. Gaz., IV, 226.

"On the Genus Garberia. "Proc. Acad. Philad., 1879, 379-380.

1880

"The Flora of Boston and its vicinity, and the changes it has undergone." Winsor's Memorial History of Boston, I, 17-22 (with autograph).

"Tennessee Plants." Bot. Gaz., v, 3.

"Littorella and Schizsea in Nova Scotia." Bot. Gaz., v, 4. [Gard. Chron., XIII, 4.]

"Note on trapping of moths or butterflies by cortain plants." Am. Nat., XIV. 50.

"Natural Science and Religion: Two Lectures delivered to the Theological School of Tale College." New York, 1880.

"The Genus Leavenworthia; Automatic Movement of the Frond of Asplenium trichomanes." Bot. Gaz., V, 25-27.

"Flora of Kerguelen's Land." Bot. Gaz., V, 39.

"Notuhb exiguae." Bot. Gaz., V, 53. 63, 75, 87, 88.

"On a point of botanical nomenclature." Trimen's Journ. Bot., XVIII, 186 (from Am. J. Sci., III, xix, 420).

"Meanwhile, what should be done and how?" Independent, XXXII, No. 1652, p. 1.

"Action of Light on Vegetation." Am. J. Sci., III, xx, 74-76.

"Contributions to North American Botany." Proc. Amer. Acad., XVI, 78-108.
1. "Notes on some Compositae."
2. "Some Species of Aselepias."
3. "A New Genus of Gentianaceae."
4. "Miscellanea; of the North American Flora."

"Mesembrianthemum, not Mesembryanthemum." Trimen's Journ. Bot., XVIII, 243 (from Bot Gaz., V, 89).

"Botany of the Black Hills of Dakota. Report on the Geology and Resources of the Black Hills of Dakota", by H. Newton, E. M., and W. P. Jenney, E. M. [U. S. G. G. Survey R. M. R.], pp. 529-637.

[J.L.G. - "Remarks on the Centennial Celebration of the American Academy, May 26, 1880." Mem. Am. Acad., XI, 13-15]

1881

"The Vegetation of the Rocky Mountain Region and a Comparison with that of other Parts of the World." By A. Gray and J. D. Hooker. Bull. Bull. U.S. Geol. and Geogr. Survey of the Territories, VI, 1-77.

"A Chinese puzzle by Linnaeus." Trimen's Journ. Bot., XIX, 325, 326.

"Review of the North American climbing species of Clematis, with compound leaves and thick or thickish erect sepals." Curtis's Botanical Magazine, CVII, under plate 6594.

1882

"Chrysogonum Virginianum, var. dentatum." Bot. Gaz., VII, 31-32.

"Githopsis." Bot. Gaz., VII, 40.

"Plucheas." Bot. Gaz., VII, 45.

"Ranunculus." Bot. Gaz., VII. 47.

"The Relation of Insects to Flowers." The Contemporary Review, XLI, 598-609. [Eclectic Magazine, XXXV, 732-739.]

"The citation of botanical authorities." Trimen's Journ. Bot., XX, 173-174.

"Contributions to North American Botany." Proc. Amer. Acad., xvn, 163-230.
1. "Studies of Aster and Solidago in the Older Herbaria."
2. "Novitiaet Arizonica, etc.; Characters of the New Plants of certain Recent Collections, mainly in Arizona and adjacent Districts, etc."

"Parishella californica." Bot. Gaz., VII, 94-95.

"Evolution versus Evangelical Religion." Boston Evening Transcript, Sept 13th, 1882.

"Note on the Musaratic Chapel of the Cathedral of Toledo." Nation, No. 884, p. 482.

"Mimulus deutatus, Nutt.; Linnam borealis." Bot. Gaz., VII, 112.

"Remarks concerning the Flora of North America." Am. J. Sci., III, xxiv, 321-331. [Reprinted in part in Bot. Gaz., vn, 129-135, 139-143.]

"Note on the Lignified Snake." Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, IX, 152.

"Synopsis of species of Nama. Godman & Salvin," Biologia Centrali-Americana; Botany, II, 360-365.

1883

"The Lignified Snake from Brazil." Am. J. Sci., III, xxv, 79-81. [ Bot. Gaz. (in part), VIII, 153-154.]

"Natural Selection and Natural Theology." Nature, XXVII, 291-292, 527-528; XXVIII, 79.

"Reports as Director of the Herbarium of Harvard University." Annual Reports of the President and Treasurer, 1882-83, p. 114-116; 1883-84, p. 136; 1884-85, p. 142-143; 1885-86, p. 118-119; 1886-87, p. 123.

"Gonolobus shortii." Bot. Gaz., VIII, 191.

"Hibiscus moscheutos and H. roseus; Stipules in Saxifragacese; Vincetoxicum." Bot. Gaz., VIII, 244, 245.

"Condurango." Bot. Gaz., VIII, 260.

"Lonicera grata." Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, X, 94-95; xi, 76.

"Rhododendrou (Azalea) vaseyi." Bot. Gaz., VIII, 282.

"Aquilegia longissima." Bot. Gaz., VIII, 295.

"Contributions to North American Botany. Proc. Amer. Acad., XIX, 1-96.
1. "Characters of New Composite?, with Revisions of certain Genera, and Critical Notes."
2. "Miscellaneous Genera and Species."

"Letter on publication of a letter by Dr. Torrey, etc." Bot. Gaz., VIII, 317.

1884

"Antirrhina prehensilia." Bot. Gaz., IX, 53-54.

"Lonicera grata." Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XI, 76.

"A Revision of the North American species of the Genus oxytropis, DC." Proc. Amer. Acad., XX, 1-7.

"Notes on the Movements of the Audrcecium in sunflowers." Proc. Acad. Philad., 1884, 287-288.

Synoptical Flora of North America.
Vol. I.-Part II. Caprifoliacese-Composite. New York, July, 1884.
Second Edition [with Supplement, etc., in connection with vol. II, Part I]. New York, January, 1886.
Reissued, with corrections, April, 1888, as Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, vol. XXXV.

"Notes on some North American Species of Saxifraga." Proc. Amer. Acad., XX, 8-12.

"Veatchia, nov. Gen. Anacardiacearum." Bull. Calif. Acad., I, 4-5.

"Gender of Names of Varieties." Am. J. Sci., XXX, xxvii, 396-398.

"Breweria minima." Bot. Gaz., IX, 148.

"Hypopitys or Hypopithys? " Am. J. Sci., III, xxviii, 238-239.

"Characteristics of the North American Flora: an address to the botanists of the Brit. Assoc, for the Adv. Sc. at Montreal. " Am. J. Sci., III, xxviii, 323-340; Rep. Brit. Assoc, 1885.

"The name Trilisa." Am. J. Sci., III, xxviii, 402.

1885

"The Scientific Principles of Agriculture." Science, V, 76.

"Notes upon the Plants collected on the Commander Islands (Bering and Copper Islands) by Leonard Stejneger." Proc. U. S. Nat. Museum, VII, 527-529.

"Pine needles." Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XII, 102.

"Contributions to the Botany of North America." Proc. Amer. Acad., XX, 267-310.
1. "A Revision of some Borragineous Genera."
2. "Notes on some American Species of Utricularia."
3. "New Genera of Arizona. California, and their Mexican Borders, and two additional species of Asclepiadacese."
4. "Gamopetalse Miscellanea?."

"The Monterey Pine and Cypress." Science, V, 433-434.

"How to reach the Grand Canon." Science, V, 516-517.

Circular Letter to American Botanists. Published separately, Nov. 19, 1885.

" Report of the International Polar Expedition to Point Barrow, Alaska." [By Lieut. P. H. Ray.] (Plants. By Asa Gray. pp. 191-192.)

1886

"Notes on Myosurus." Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XIII, 1-4.

"Anemone nudicaulis." Bot. Gaz., XI, 17.

"Anemonella thalictroides, Spach." Bot. Gaz., XI, 39.

"Contributions to American Botany." Proc. Amer. Acad., XXI. 363-413.
1. "A Revision of the North American Ranunculi."
2. "Sertum chihuahuense."
3. "Miscellanea."

"The Genus Asimina." Bot. Gaz., XI. 161-164.

"Tiarella cordifolia." Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XIII. 100-101.

"Vancouveria." Bot. Gaz., XI, 182-183.

"Corydalis aurea and its allies; The Arillus in Asimina." Bot. Gaz., XI, 188-190.

"Essay towards a revision of Dodecatheon." Bot. Gaz., XI, 231-234.

"Letter to the Botanical Club of the A. A. A. S." Bot. Gaz., XI, 245-246.

"Memoranda of a revision of the North American Violets." Bot. Gaz., XI, 253256, 289-293.

"Ambrosia bidentata x trifida." Bot. Gaz., XI, 338.

"Note on Shortia." Am. J. Sci., III, xxxii, 473. [Note to Prof. Sargent's article on Journey of Andre Michaux.]

1887

"The Genus Iris." Bot. Gaz., XII, 16-17.

"Delphinium, an attempt to distinguish the North American Species." Bot. Gaz., XII, 49-54.

"Contributions to American Botany." Proc. Amer. Acad., XXIII, 270-314.
1. "Revision of some Polypetalous Genera and Orders precursory to the Flora of North America."
2. "Sertum chihuahuense; appendix."
3. "Miscellanea."

"Capitalization of Botanical Names." Amer. Florist, II, 294

"List of Plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in the State of Jalisco, Mexico, in 1886 [Gamopetalse by Dr. Asa Gray]." Proc. Amer. Acad., xxu, 416-446.

The Elements of Botany for Beginners and for Schools (based upon First Lessons in Botany). New York, 1887.

"Coptis, section Chrysocoptis." Bot. Gaz., XII, 296-297.

"Annotations. [Nelumbo lutea and Nemacaulis.]" Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XIV, 228-229.

"Botanical Nomenclature." Britten's Journal of Botany, XXV, 353-355.

Editorial preface to The Botanical World of the Late George Englemann; edited by William Trelease and Asa Gray, March 1887

"Science and Immortality."Christian Register, April 7, 1887.
Science and Immortality: The Christian Register Symposium. Edited by S.J. Barrows. 14-15

1888

"New or Rare Plants." Bot. Gaz., XIII, 73.

"Contributions to American Botany. Notes upon some Polypetalous Genera and Orders." Proc. Amer. Acad., XXIII, 223-227.

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