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Title: Journal of the Institute of Jamaica
Physical Description: 2v. : front.,illus.,plates,ports.,maps. ; 26cm.
Language: English
Creator: Institute of Jamaica
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Kingston Jamaica
Publication Date: 1894-99
Frequency: completely irregular
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Subject: Periodicals -- Jamaica   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol.I-II. (1891/93-1894/99)
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol.I is composed of 8 parts; v.2 of 6 parts.
General Note: No more published.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00024651
Volume ID: VID00008
Source Institution: University of Florida
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IN D E X.

The special n bi-r on the "Aboriginal Indian Remains in Ji~amica" Ia.n pauiinated
I to 52; instead of, 308 to 364.

See also special Index to "The Story of the Life of Columbuas and the
Discovery of Jamaica," pp. 75-79.


ABORIGINAL Indian Remains in Capillarity, 212.
the Port Royal Mountains, Captain's Story, The. 245.
Discovery of. 188. Carystus corydon, 418-140.
Aboriginal Indian Remains in Ja- Celebrated Cities, 366. et seq.
maica. 308 + 1-52. 444, 448. Chancellor's Purse. 635.
Achylodes Philemon, 435-437. Cilia, 214.
Actiniaminim5 virideracemosa,629. Cock-pit Country and the White
Actiniaria around Jamaica, The, Limestone of Jamaica. The,
449. 465. 442. 444.
Actiniaria, Jamaica, 630. Coco-nut. Spelling of, 433.
Agricultural Education, 513. Coke. Thomas, 185.
Anace echemus, On a butterfly, Collingwood, Lord, 641.
considered to be. 172, 173. Columbus. see special Index, 75-79.
Anderson, William Wemyss, 218, ,, 144,
304. Columbus's fourth voyage, Map
Anemone, A new Jamaica, 468. of, 231.
Anolis Edwardsii, 166. Competitions in Literature Sci-
Anolis lineatopus, 166. ence Arts and Crafts, 374.
Architectural Emulation, 430. Corals, Sea Anemones and, 500.
Arrow-Worms. 214. Craniology of the Aborigines of
Art and the spread of artistic in- Jamaica, Note on the, 308 +
fluence, Progress of, 193. 23.
Art for Schools, 180. Crustacea of Jamaica, Decapod,
Artistic Plagiarism, Curious in- 467.
stance of, 302. Crustacea. Jamaica, 628-629.
Asteroids of Jamaica, The Echi- Cubomedusm, Dr. F. S. Conant's
noids and. 630. Memoir on the. 630.
Cubomeduste, Jamaica. 467.
BACON, FRANCIS, 81.
Barrett, Rev. W. G., 493. DARLING, Sir CHARLES HENRY,
Bath of St. Thomas the Apostle, 184.
140. Darwin, Charles, 89.
Bats-a new genus and species, De la Beche, Sir Henry, 640.
Jamaica. 625-627. Dendy. Rev. Walter, 304.
Beckford, Ballard. 492. Despard. Edward Marcus, 184,
Beckford. Col. Peter, 492. 428.
Beckford. William, Historian, 112. Developments in Education, 194.
Beckford. William, Lord Mayor, Dragonflies of Jamaica, A contri-
185. bution towards a list of the,
Belanger, Louis, 302. 259 263.
Birmingham. 367. Drift-fruit, A Jamaica, 291-292.
Bligh, William, 185. Duckworth, Sir John Thomas, 493.
Bot. The Grass-quit. 173, 174. Dupont, Rev. Father Joseph, 304.
Bowrey. James John, 423.
Brief and Perfect Journal of the Echeneis naucates, 166.
English Army in the West Echinoids and Asteroids of Ja-
Indies, 131. maica, The, 630.
Broad-side of 1710, 427. Economic Geology of Jamaica,
Burchell, Dr. Thomas, 184. 502.
Burial Caves, Aboriginal Indian, Edinburgh, 371.
308 + 20-31. Education, Agricultural, 513.
Butterflies and Moths, 496. Education of Women, Higher,
509.
Cambridge, 372. Ellis, Sir Adam Gib, 305.
,Canterbury, 366. Engineering Enterprises .of the


age, Great, 196.
Epochs and Epoch-makers, 83 et
seq.

FAIRS IN JAMAICA. 146.
Fauna and Flora of .Jamaica, The
Distribution of the, 471-473.
Fauna, Sundry notes on the Ja-
maica : -Hymenoptera, Le-
pidoptera, Coleoptera. Hom-
optera, Orthoptera, Myriapo-
da. Prototracheata, Vermes'
168-170.
Fern collecting in Jamaica, 167.
Fielding, Henry, 87.
Fisheries, Jamaica, 608-614.
Fishes, Jamaica, 630.
Flora of Jamaica, The Distribu-
tion of the Fauna and, 471.
Fresh-water at Port Royal, A
search for, 176, 177.

GARDNER, Rev. WILLIAM JAMES,
186, 221.
Geology of Jamaica, Economic,
502.
Gosse, Philip Henry, 185, 574.
Greybeard from Port Ioyal, 638.

HANDEL, 476.
Herodotus, 83.
lIesperiidlm, The Life-History of
some Jamaica. 435-441.
Hickeringill. Rev. Edmund, 304.
Hill, Richard, 223. 429.
Hippocampus guttulatus, 166.
Hood, Sir Samuel. 183.
Howard, John. 85.
Howard, Sir Philip, 145.
Hudson, Thomas, 306.
Humberstone, Rev. Francis. 493.
Hybridization and Variability, 210
Hydrometrid, A Marine, 631.

IMAGES, Aboriginal Indian, 308
+ 42-45.
Implements, Aboriginal Indian,
308 + 31-37.
India, Industrial Arts of, 487.
Indian Remains in Jamaica, Abo-
riginal, 308 + 1-52.
Indian Remains in Vere, Ja-
maica, 444-448.
Industrial Arts of India, 487.






GENERAL INDEX.


Insect-fauna -of Cinchona. 486.
Insect found in Jamaica. On a
new wax-producing. 468.

JAMAICA (a Poem). 412.
Jamaica Branch of tile National
Home heading Union 216.
Jamaica in. the Victorian Era,
205.
Jamaica Wooden Images in the
lBitil ish Muscum, 303.
James. William. 420.
Johns Hopkins University Circu-
lars, 630.
Johns Hopkins University, Expe-
dition to Jamaica of Students
of. 465-467.
Jordon. H on. Edward, 183.

KITCHEN- MIDDERS, Aboriginal
Indian. 308 + 3-20.
Knibb. Rev. William, 186.


LANDSLIP near Buff Bay, 475.
Libeiality of the old House of
Assembly, 217.
Lilly. Christian. 571.
Lindsay. 1Rev. John, 248.
Literary Spirit of the age, 190.
Livingstone, David, 88.
Lizards of Jamaica. The, 263-265.
Lopez. Rev. Isaac, 305.
Lucifer, 12 .
Lucinia cadma, 469.


Mabuia sloanii, 166.
Macaulay. Zachary, 144.
Maces, Jamaica, 145.
Madden, Dr. Richard Robert, 306.
Madreporaria, Relations of the
Stichodactylinio to the, 631.
Malarial Fever. Parasite of, 213.
Mlanatus Australis, The Manatee,
287-288.
Map of Columbns's fourth voyage,
231.
Marine Zoology of Kingston Har-
bour. Notes on the, 282-285,
Alasicerr protoparcis, 469.
Massey. Sir Edward. 247, 428.
Medal, Jamaica, 490.
Medusa, Dr. F. S. Conant's notes
on the Physiology of the, 630.
Melastomacete of Jamaica, A sy.
noptical arrangement of the,
268-277.
Melody, Negro, 632.
Mico Training College, 238.
Million, That, 581.
Modelling certain Invertebrata
for Museum Exhibition, On a
method of, 170, 172.
Mongoose, Ticks and, 471,
Moths, Butterflies and, 496.
Moths supposed to be new to Ja-
maica. Three Pyralid, 631.


Movement in Plants, 374. SAND. Jamaica. 624, 625.
Mnlgrave Earl of. 247. Scale-insects. Three new, 167.
M uscid. A small Acalyptrate. 174, Science, Advancement of, 192.
175. Scorpions of Jamaica. The. 265,,.
Mlyalistm, On. 586. 266.-
Alyrinpods of Jamaica, The, 266- Sea-anemones and Corals, 500,
2~S. Seacole. Mary, 184.
Sea-cucumbers. 215.
National lHome Reading Union, Sea-roaches, 469.
Jamaica Branch, 216. Sharpe. Samuel 243.
Natural History, Phases in Ja- Shee, Sir Martin Archer, 306.
inaica, 2Q8.291. Shells of Jamaica, Systematic Ca-
Natural History in Jamaica in talogue of the Land and
1770, 248. Fresh-water, 590-607.
Negro Melody, 632. Shirley. Sir Anthony, 639.
Nelson, Lord. 146. 492. Smollett, Tobias. 144, 430.
.in the West Indies, 380, Sicydiunm, On a fish of the genus,
521. 175.
New York, 369. Sociology. Growth of Modern, 201.
Newton, Sir Edward, 640. Spencer, Ihomas Jordan. 431.
Nugent, Sir George, 640. Sphoenogona,. A new species of
Nugent, Maria Lady, 640. 631.
Stichodactylinas to the Madrepo-
raria. Relations of tile, 631.
O'CoNNOR, Major General LUKE Storks. Sir Henr, 185.
SMYTHE, 305,. Structure of Trees, 209.
Ogle, Sir Chaloner, 491 Sugar, Early sample of, 247.
Ophiocoma echinata, Embryology of, Swartz, Olof, 641.
630. Sinpta vioipara, 467.
Ophiurids collected in Jamaica, S pta ri ir, otes on the
Notes on the. 617-619, 630. L. .. i,. y of, 278-282.
Ornaments, Aboriginal Indian 308
+ 45-48.
TICKS and Mongoose, 471.
IIG IN ENLAND, BriefTicks in Jamaica, Identification
PAINTrING IN ENGLAND, Brief of, 470, 471.
sketch of the History of, 481. Timbers, Jamaica, 292301.
P l 440, 41. Timbers, Jamaica, 292-301.
Parasite of Malarial Fever. 213. Turoodtes laner, 166.
Parish Registers, 434. Trks Islands, 120.
Parker. Sir Hyde. 641. Urolopus torpedinus, 166.
Palheontology, Jamaica. 473.
Phillippo. Hon. James Cecil. 107. VAUGHAN. Lord, 247.
Phillips, Teresia Constantia, 642. Victorian Era, Literary Scientific
P'h1aItochila plexa, 469. Social and other develop--
Pine, Robert Edge, 178. ments of the, 190 et seq.
Poets and Nature, 511. Villettes, Lieut.-General William
Port Royal Church, 145. Anne, 305, 428.
Port Royal Earthquake, 233. 426.
Pottery, Aboriginal Indian, 308 +
37-41. -WARING, Dr. EDWARD JOHN, 183.
Pyrgus montira~ois, 437, 138. Water-Spouts, Hypothetical Doc-


RADCLIFFE, Rev. JOHN, 110.
Rat, A new species of Jamaica,
614, 615.
Rhynchota from Jamaica, On
some Aquatic, 615-617.
Robertson, George, 302,
Robertson, James, 429.
Roby, John, 91, 186.
Rock Carvings, Aboriginal In-
dian. 308 + 48.
Rodney, Lord, 114, 306.
"Rodney's Victory," 178.
Romance of Plant Life, 370.
Rose Hall, Legend of, 135.
Rowe, Sir Joshua, 304.
Royal Proclamation of 1661, 426.


trine of, 413.
Watson, Rev. James, 222, 305.
Wayside Tomb, A, 431.
White Limestone of Jamaica, The-
Cock-pit Country and the,
442, 444.
White, President, 145.
William IV., 490.
Women, Higher Education of,
509,
Wright, Dr. William, 183.

ZOANTHIDIE at Port Henderson,
285-287.
Zoological Jamaica, 630.
Zoophyte collecting in Bluefields
Bay. 619-624.































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