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Thirty-five samples consti hlting 27 22 gellera; Wlllthera papuana now assigned regions of western North America south to the Straits of Magellan to its own family, Mcdusandraceae , StemOflllrilS pap"amls, Urall- with some represen tation elsewhere, excep t Austra lia. Nega tive lests were given by Apodyfes dimidata, CitlVllella bras- guinea, I.

Eml1lotiulII sp. A lest of P. Kramcr, and M. Sha11lllla, Journal vf Nallll'al Pmriucls 47 p. No pos iti ve tests responsible for reporls of alkaloids. Of 72 species, the fo llowing were obtained for the followi ng: Cmya glabra, C. It has G. A lkaloids are not known. A sample of pallida, lrisjosleriww, 1.

Some species of Triglochill are edible; others S. The following were negative: Aerocephaills indicus, Aeoltmlhlls katallgensis, A. Alvesia roslllarinijolill, BeciwlI anguslijoliwlI, 8. It consists C. Iytltrifolia, C. Many ure cultivated as ornmnenlais. IOllgislyla, folia, H. Leonolis dysopilylla, L. IIflieoslala, S.

S elegalls, S. Some fruits are edible but have achieved no Ius, S. Tests conducted in this study on Akebia spp. PUclllll ,. The Jami ly C. In this study, 37 1 lata, Laurus esoinosa, L. COllllll llllis, Licaria eoriacea, samples representing species were tested. Severa l of them had L. VCllosa, Phoebe ehrenbergii, P. LeBoeuf, and A. Cave, Uoydja 38 p. Honda, Heterocycles 4 p. I'IIbra, 0. A lkal oids from the genus Couroupifa have been described. Three E. Ma ny other samples were likew ise posit ive: Abrus cantollellsis, This is one orlhe largest fami lies of fl owering plants, cosmopoli.

Wleura, A. Three subfam ilies are cons idered as separate A. Ililidifolia , A. A lkaloids are common Aspalathus spp. Brollglliarlia mollis, lJ. Iu eells, C. Dimo'1Jhalldra mollis, DolicilOs sp.

IHimewllI , E. Novea Sweetja sp. Hym enolohiulII sp. Jeuco- tieria , A. I'elle- A. Imijuga, A. Irigolloca'1 l, Affollsea ed wallii, Afielia bijuga, A. C01ll0sa, dUIIl, D. IIIl1llijllgllm, M. Illpulilla, M. I"lllllosissima, M. WlY of fhe Legumes. Euwllru Arnold, S. Salatino, A. Gottlieb, flevista Brasiliera de Botallica 4 p. Some T. Illfeola, V. These plants have a. In add ition to many ornamenta ls, crop plants such as aspara- COllvallaria :'1'. Among species tested gfaucull1, DispermulIl kawakamii, Drimfa aila, D.

Ihullbergiallus, A. Negative tests were obtained for the fo ll ow ing: Agapantlllls inap- terus, Agapallllws sp. JIIuitij1orus, Asparagus sp. Wl, A. The genus Limllll yields nax and linseed oil ; other spec ies are c. A few are in Africa and Arabia. WI, F. IlIIm boldlialla, S. Milrasacllle and Spigelia have been assigned to a fami ly of their own, Spigeliaceae by some authorities.

It is the source of sevemltypes of eurares and the Some members occur in temperate zones, but this fami ly is pri- drug strychnine, which is now primarily used as a rat poison. Some maril y tropica l. Its econom ic importance derives largely from the species are c ullivatt:d as omamenta ls. Interest in the armw and dart poisons of South America and Africa Alkalo ids have been noted in some genera but positive tests may be has rcsultt:d in a considerable knowledge of the a lkaloids of this fami- the result of parasitic growth on other plants Ihat contain alkaloids.

This may have bee n due to the flmericonum , A. These samples in cluded 1. Onl1otillUI1I 61 12 , var. Lys lIIia ex- var. PhOrfllldclldm1l bolleanum, P. IricOSlatum , V. The spores were fo r-. Several species were negative, possibly due in part to the methods merl y used medici nally lycopodi um powder. Most of the var. Those previous ly known to be alkaloid-positive, and like- L. SGllrUrus, L. The Alkoloillf. Orlando, FL.

In add ition to use as omamcmai s. Littl e of the chemis try of the Lythraccae was known prior to Ihe M beyond reports of the qualitative presence o f alkaloid s in al few gene ra. A tropical to wann temperate rcllllily with some extension into Two hundred and thirty samples tested included several known north temperate zones e. IWea, C. IIi f spp. Tests 11 4 samples. B mbiteria spp. IIl lclVstachya, A. IOllgicalyx, l-I. It is known as M.

The vege!.. P jruticosa, P. Cronquist has the family as Pedaliaceae with one lIlaplirodita, S. No positive results were S. IIllllticmdis, S. J gem,s,' 4. Alkaloids are not known nor were they found in one 3 1 genera,' species undetennined species of Maya ca.

The family is well distributed in the American tropics. There has been recent interest in OumatococcliS as a source of a protein Ml! J,OOO times sweeter than sucrose. The remainder were negative: Calalllea America. It yields lumber, dyes, and some ornamentals. Arthrostema spp. This is a fiunily of tropical America; lillie of ils chemistry is known.

CraJJellrieda sp. In the stud y reported here,. Olh- L. Iucera, M. Ossaea alllygdaloides, Pachycelltria jormosalla, ciliata, Trichilia casarettii, T elegam', T ellletiea, T.

These two genera or tropical and sOlLthem Africa furni sh decora- tive shnlbs and trecs. America and Africa. They have litt le economic importa nce. A few species of this alkaloidal fami ly of tropical and wa rm Severa l co llect ions tested in this sll1dy were known to contain climates extend into tem perate zones.

Iffcida, Sphellocentrllilf jolly w lllm stem, bark, 48 ge.. Traces of alkaloids had been reported in species of Myoporlllll. Sltrin- One of these, M. The wax of the. Alka lo ids are not known; Myrot! Some members of Ihis tropi cal to warm temperate family have had use as ornamentals.

Members of the fami ly contain many substances of possib le in- The following were negat ive: Aegiceras comiClllatulll, Ardisia COIII- teres t as bioact ivc compounds, bu t the tryptam ines or species of fJressa, A. A warm-temperate family, most strongly represented in Austra-.

M dejlexa, M. Ilatschbachii, M. I"Ostmta, Myr- no alka lOid has! A few positive cia spp. Pimenta dioicll, P officillalis, Pimellla sp. IeitzIi, CalYPlrallthes jp. Jambos, E. JOllgiroslris, P. Ii I gellll They afC often been described. As expected, NlIfJhar advena , N. Its members have some usc ni sts. Some membe rs are used as timber, others as ornamenta ls. Only the antitumor alkaloids o f Camptotheca have been re- Cyanogenesis a nd alkaloidlike substances bctanid ins occur in ported.

Negat ive species included the following: AhlVllia iarifolia, A. Alkaloids are known. The following known alkaloidal species gave positive tests in Negmive tesls were obta ined with samp les of Blastemamlllls sp. These were also positive: Chimllll1thus O. Schrebem argyrotrichia.

Ol'llllS, The Olaeaecac fu rni sh part or the local spices and some medi- F. IVxbwghimllllll, J. Th ree e. In thi s study four species of Agonandra were 24 gell era; ! A familiar member, cult ivated as an orn amental, is i 'lIc1isia. Alkaloids were c. TricllOpillia sp. Illidulaw, A. However, it is fair to note that many A. COlljilSlllll, A. Itarposepa - A. IOllgivagillalulIl, A. Ilageli, B. IIIIij1orillm, A. Qllemophila, A. Irtlcyalillm, cUllla , C. I ceciliae, C.

YWlllall ell. DiaphmwlIlhe jragralltissillla, C. Jy rogJossa, C. I'llOdo- lIa , D. Iln cala, M. IVrighlii, M. KoellellSleinia gramillea. La- maelllll, M.

Jllloeua, L. Luisia joxlVorlhyi, barkeri, N. IYIlllosii, L. Jaevis, O. IIebllloslllll , 0. IOllgifolifllll, o. IW,Hl a, O. SlIcci- lum,o. Ullceps, 0. SIW - hii, Rodriguezia candida, R. Hyphaelle crillata and Phoenix reclillata gave positive tests; the This is a family especially of the northern hemisphere and the remainder of the species tested were negative: Areca catechu, Are- subtropics of the Old World.

IL has no real economic importance. Cmyota urens, Clwmaedorea IllImilis, C. Plectocomiopsis sp.. Pritchardia sp.. Reinhard- ia elegalls, R.

Alkaloids arc not known; the accumulation of oxalatcs is common. The leaves have a number of local uses e. Here, of 22 samp les representing 18 species, on ly thrce za, 0. Ileaei, 0. T he following were neg,llivc: Freycilletia arborea, F ballksii, F. Tropical and warm areas support palms'. Only a few occur in This is a well-known north temperatc family if for no other reason Afri ca. It supplics many cultivated ornamentals as well as sccds that different purposes: food coconut, sago , waxes, fmit s, timber, are used in some pmis of the world as a source of ed ible oil.

A number are familiar as cu ltiva ted omamcntals. The entire Ifllnily is alkaloidal ; known plants also found to be Positive alka loid tcsts ha vc been reported for several genera of alkaloidal in this screen ing program include: Adlumia. Many Argemone alba, A. Sang uinaria canadensis. Tropical and wann temperate areas are the ranges of this fami ly, Some species are lIsed locally as medic inals. Some spec ies yie ld ed ible fmit s, olhers Alkaloids are not known in the fami ly.

No positive t,ests were arc ornamentals, and a few have heen used medicina lly. The fo llow ing species known to give positive a lka loid tests were li kewi se found to do so in this study: Piper amalago, P. Gmalago, P arborellm 9 genera; Thi s fami ly is a north temperate one ex- sp.

It is well known as a sou rce of Piper banksii, P. Wlllense, P. The fo llowing were negative: Billardiem cymosa, Positive alka loid tests have been recorded for the wood of Cilrioballls spillesce1ls, Pitlosporum brackenridge;, P.

These are likely , P. However, no positive foides. Pittosporlllll Armeria formosa, Ceratosligma pllllllbagilloides, Dyemp! JylulII P viridqjlorulII, L. Iridoid and other pseudoa lkaloids have been found in several The family is widely di stributed, found most ly in the sOllthel1l species but ollen in very small amounts and in the seeds or wood hemisphere but in Asia north to Japan, in the mountains of tropical rather than in the leaves and stems.

Africa, and also in Central America. Twenty-th ree other species of the genus were negative: P gaJeotlialla, P. P dacry dioides, P. Ilagaia, P.

Ilil'alis, P. Iycopo- diaides, P. The following we re negati ve: Bredemeyera lucida, ComeJpermo This is n famil y of westem and northern Ame rica and Eurasia. In thi s study, the follow ing gave positive tests: DOllplalldia p. Ja1l cijidia, P. Jillgllslfuides, P. S hostmanlli. Negativc tests were obtained ror the fo llowing: Allophyllum di- varicarum, Collomia linearis, Eriaslrum dellsijlorlllll , E. Polemollium gralldijlorum, P.

Mu ehlellbeckia sp. In this em, C. Illldllm, Alkaloids are known. Ieracea, whIch gave one positive result in fi ve sam ples beck;a adpressa, M. COUW1exa, M. Olher pos iti ves incl uded: Lewisia rediv;va , elada, M. Polygotlllt1l panieillatum 1 This is a family of cos mopolitan fres h waler herbs. Two spec ies of Po. Poss ibly us, P. The follow ing were nega tive: Hetenmthera dubia, H. A few edible species are fOllnd in thi s famil y, wh ich inhabits Negative species included the followi ng: Allagallis.

Jt is noted for the pomegranate, southern hem isp here, especial ly Australia and southern Alrica. This has long been Alkaloids, including pyrrolidincs and tropanes, are known.

Th is known to be alkaloidal, and nine of 13 samples gave positive tests study ind icated positive tests for the fo llow ing: Adelloslephallus in this sUlvey.

These species were negative: Aulax clleorijofia, A. Lelfcadel1droll abscelldens, L. SllS lflllea, P.

It yiclds some dyestulTs and a few ornamenta ls. Primaril y a north temperate family, the Ranunculaceae is fflln iliar Six samples were tested and gave one positive, previously known to li S as the 1i. Aporphine and bcnzylisoquinolinc alkaloids are fo und through- gealla,o. Some species are used A. In this study, 27 sa mples shU, D. J gelltls,' 6 spe. SClitia buxijoJia, S. TIley furnish a well-known laxative Cascara 16 gelleraj ! Alkaloids have been found in the family and several species A J:1Jl1ily primarily of the O ld World tropjcs, the Rhizophoraccac known to be positivc were a lso iden tiJied in this study: Alphilollia are used in some areas for timber and tanning.

Tests here included 35 samp les, of which five species z. I", C. Many' of our common fnlits, fragrant oils, Coluhrilla asiatica, C. WI, c. Nonetheless, such compounds are not that common con- cei, L. P paputlna, P petinisecla, P pllmila, P. Jasciclllata, P ji'emontii, Amelrmchier asiatica, A. Illume, P ocholerellae, P. Jalcata, c. C ll1esceI1S, L. IOllgijolium , Fa- hemispheres. It is of great economic importance as the source of ramea spp. Mitragylla parvij10ra , cluding those of quinine, emetine, stryc hninc, and harman.

Under- Morbula sp. WI , B. IIlllgnfl, A. Faramea spp. In sp ite of the abu ndance of alkaloids in the fam ily, a number of An early rcpol1 ofa positive alkaloid tcst in a species of Melio In the present instance, six species of Meliosma and one of afT. IlIlmiJis, A. The famil y of the weeping wi llow, it has been thoides, D.

Slipitalll, Metro- alkaloidal fami ly. In this study, positive tests wcre obtained for doma nigra, M. Eight other nigii, Myrto!! George's terrace Mary'8 road Brookhill 37 FumiYallane Philip's rd.

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RoclUer had four coIles-Pi childrm They -. II ain't. Why don'lyon come f-. I and they were aonoyina. Some of the parliClll. Jewish s:roups bad partieulu larlltU in mind.. They wamed US 10 ll" after Mr. Y or Mr. SA lllId Isnoel lo speak "";Ib 1m. Thus, wh en """ l RockIer tbouaht the offioe.

He hoped 10 file a coopJe of easel bofOnlho left. They did no! Ryan welcomed the public rclKlions ospeclS of the pooilion mucb m"", tbm b. One of the I1mlBSb he set for bimsrlf wu! As noted micr,. In 1h! Soviet Uni OI!. A1tcmey Gmer:aI Civilt:tti raised the mailer in. Iice of thc Soviet Supmne Court. AlIlltill, coupled with! Soviet evidential ".. A1lbouab the Na:tioDoI. AJclthq, Lib.. EVCII govemrnenl. The Agency -. Accordina 10 I. BefOte emigrating to the U.

In"'"JXlDR to lermaqy'. IIhe WIll.. Shoe WIll.. OSI believ.. I or Oemlany. Su discussion ofElfricde R.. Su "g. Art KJlown A. J8, ; " I for New U. OII1y the Maikovoki. Interviewed in , MB. II Apr. In , when Holtzman became clIair of the subcommittee, Schweitzer was made """"";ttee """'"'. MHo1tzDwJ Ca! JlI U. Col1Oli reMAlleged W. Castillo, p. Amona the cues already filed wen: J. MtnddlOhn interview, ""', Do AtttJI"d, M M. M"'ldel solm has an altenWive ,""plan""'" b.

Order No. While Sept. Walter Roclder hereafter Rocldcr iDte:rview. Rodier originally estimaled his tUne would be fairly evenly divided betweea OSl end private practice. Ktitudc:," I. Su pp. Aceording to To tho! III expjlnltion which Rockler fell was! Mlustice Dept. Mby Roben P Yean Iilei', be opined lbIl "teIm. Ael, Fi. Fedomu;Q bdore! Sulzberger, h. Se, '. I since Ihey had CaI. Ryan sought in vain to cxplaia!

II name was mentiooed, but did not cro. July 6, memo from OSI bistori Records Carter. Another problem exists in Russia where. CompollDClins these pobl In the mMna y DAAG Riehald's contribution 10 the section. In Ryan'. MarIe was the Mart was the guy who made this thing wmil He was!

Marl who oIways has 2 or ] or 51lllljor lI01ivilies or iniliativa. This was a! He wanted it 10 suoeeed. He lmew lbere was all the Congre.. Aslhc dtqtist flees from Iht """""', D1has join! IIszi hunlfn Tbouah the lIIlIdeDts and archivist. WU't called "hiSlOri Att SiJllli 10 mpervioe inveoligations. Thoup trIined a. Sinai -.

His role in the office was eaentW1 r IIw ofChief. The fict thI:l Simi reponed di. Who el.. Whatcould be leomed about daily life iD. I peneCutiOD of Jews and other civilian '. He, and CIIhe. The Waf"" pvsceulion' had """'" ablmdanl!

Moreovu, neD it muncries were ac Despite the diffcri"ll apprnacbe. WeCIl them. Where boIil were. Incvilably, then: -. Who would. First, 0Sl. Hilbetg testified in. Chorlmorl MOltifeslO. SlBlIls" as They also lOuaht the autIlority I' pm:eptiOQ that mrveJ was trated In addition,.

These repolU, often over a hundred pages. They had largely supplsnted. Moreover, in , Peter. Blad essumed. Circular "' Di fferent sdminisuations haWl snached more. In the l. The eootno:t employees wo uld be lower paid. August 'l, all the con1JllCl histori It submitted lists of names to INS to. Without such aD R 4 0. As oflhil writi. The Chid Histori Simon Wiescnlbal notified T1w N SW docIwlontI ref They -re mucb cbeopor to biro thIlI lNS agem INS "hi.

AD 0Sl bi. A dramatic exampl. OS I hist orian. Pled "W- from the 03 officer in his unit on cenain dales bad to have been from him. Jed by W. All the histori Salaries wilhiD most "fthe fedmd govanment are based on one', GS level;!

MarwdI imorviews, supra, n. TraWlliki m Under tbe aq:ilI ofOperation Reinh IlO Czech and Slovak an:hi-. They found. The iJlforllW:ion from thi5 m. Ireuure nyc ofTrawniti lMterilJ, incJudinll perso"nel files, dopkljmc:n! Y Haida,Tl'prQ, F. Scldjfr;, 13 1 F. LilellrU, F. SIS ED. I , ,. For Estoni.. Linnas, S27 F. Ste pp. No InaIW bow egregious the.

Unable10 prosecute and inclucentte Nazi pmlCCOlonl for their crimes,! Therefore, iftbe IUbjCCl became. Boch denatoniIizatiou and deportotiou "'" civil mllter. Implementing legi. The Hague Convention concemilIg scm Convention and II U. The basil for OSI'1 cues, and 0lI! The e:cclusiDD of oliml deemed. ACl of 1m. The Jmmigratiotl Act perpelUIted thi! Many wereJewa bopina: roJlarl. The situation "'IS ehaotic. UOla limitations. The Acl defUlod displaced penons in! A Baltic. V«y few Jews were farJllaS or Balls.

Eligibility depeDded I -wty of. Counter Intelligmce Carp! In prIOlicc, bowever. Mall ' relovam reeords had buD. Union, whiclI had IrWqIl up huie c. They wen: diopc:ned in varlous coo.

In , tbe Swe Dt Or llIli Olll1 oriiin. Older Certifit:alll ofreadmi'lSion guoranteeing recntty iftbe U. OIDf:OflC who bcame. Theft' i. Coon bas equm. Apin, there is DO swute of. However, unlike denannlimiom, heallII ' ill a:lmiasible. The ooun'l. Tbi5, ""', o;:aIIlake years. One ""'is for such. Maoy had. Their clIildrco an: goncra.

To eliminate this probl It makes participation in Nazi. Most impoItarrt1y, if Ml immigration. Ie end. The tate al. D:ler of their Jives in freed"'" sod peace. COWltry hal jurisdietioll lo try bitn l:Iiminal! IC em. The 00"" must detcnninc whether criminll ehIqtos an: pendina: io the requestlna. Icr, under! In miliDS lbcir detumi! If the defeadant i, exttadited, his elllpolbility is decided II lriaI in the. Since Ibex factors nnl ' eonverse. These "'" the esse. Put al He felt that some ofi'" eategorizatiolll Yorkn-, ]une28, AmoItll them wen: indi8ftlOllll police.

Hearings bd". An additional 40, Jews bad entered bcrwcen and June The OP S«mo. The Fillll1 Report of the United Stat.. CriInioalst Hcarioga bd". The Supreme Court bad originally set the s! Ia c 3. II: I the: cowury from which be las!

If"""" of them i. The Dewrjanjulr and tl. Chapter lb,,", C The roc Thc CIlIrI. Docs eveJy Cal Ax there distinctioJu. Wt:tethose who coo.. Should the aovomment proseeuto pwple who bave spcnl decades as" law abidiDa citizens in tho. Tho oovenant WIll. B""b administratiOo. United States thll would reslrier.

CIa Penentto'". It p ve the Supreme Cellm'. Durinll the second trip be was inlen'Opicd by. The SoviCII ooncluded thai be was "not. At INS'. When inlerviewed by the. Uvins eommined TrioIlutecI two wecb.

Six Treblinkl. In oddi! The denill. Fedorenko tutifled in his own bebaJI. He expllined that u. POW be bid boal SW"o'ivina. KIll 10 Trawniki. EYeIl so. He apllincd! Defendant has n:Iiml He doem't own a car; be doeoa' i own. Feodor Fodorenko has been a bard-working and responsible Ameriam citizen. The coun qlleSliOlled whether! The wort rdied on. Only "dioplaced pcnom'" wen: digiblc elM" a. The court then considem! The: Supmnc Cowl bad let up. The lI'M'mmont argued onl y that ifll bad blown of bil worir.

The ooun di""ll"""l on the ground tbal there was no. Even hi. In sum. W8mUII denial of the government'. The m.. Ily pmticis-II ill tIQ dcci Yet Ibm.

M Cot the lllisn:p:melll. To be"""" Ibm il. I might be worthwhile. But we do not. We silllPly do not know. He did not. He analogized illo the Patty.

The war crimes and vohmtariness ill! Yel if the ooun wanled 10reach that. Fedorenkn were a guard, he would have been denied admiwon. The Solicitor GeJlcraI. Ulborized appeal. Attomeys in! Witl:l the Solicitor Genenl's approval, he wrote! Ryan sent the. COWl durinlllbcir lerm. There were two issuea befon: the Cou. Unlike tile dimiet comt, the Supmne Court was DOl coocemed!

IIIlJt be found to hr SICVCllll """used hi. With the denoruroliu. OSI filed. The Embassy reo:ommended lhol fedorenkci be Iold oflbc elSe one!

SovicI Embusy offici. The ""ecutioo The cae has rcvClben:led for OSI. In resulu. Wilboul Fll1oww" OSI would. It Slid l! IItthe iosuowasa'tmere! Of tho rouahlY3. I , Bona: UtW. Fcdorenko te:mfied , bout Ibi.

The U. Atrain of lheU. FL , The witneslC3, Recorded Ryan interview, Feb. All ref'emlces boreafter ttl Ryan's scwnd memo an: 10 this docwlIent. UnifodSrOU8 v. His feelinp on tho: issue wen: 30 mona that in he still had DeVor visiled 0mnaDy. All refm:nces ttl Qviletti'uC! K wrogys, U. Tbo:refore, il -suably presumes much to say. Coogmsu node. The Comt'. The facton enumerated by!

An argument oould be mode howev Akutu ofFedorenM, A07 Imm. Telegtam No. The Ito The prisoDm Wl! Thne yean lu Several UI'I laleT. He did not lilt!

The itddilian ot thia wonl-. RRA even after disclosing! The """,-plaint KI forth lhree bases for its claim: I service LiDdert lacked tho. No question bad specifiI:. Not everyone.. Bc:aIux of tbc Lindert hoOd ;"ended 10 mis! He was allo-el1O retain hi, citizc:mlljp. The: court believed tho dc:fc:ndam'.

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This small rami ly is of imporlance as ornamentals with rragrant nowers. A lka loids are common in the family. T he COlctaceae are indigenous to the New World. Samp les 36 This smal l famil y is related 10 the Compos ilae but has none of its covering 33 species were tested to give, as expected, pos it ive lesls economic importance.

Alkaloids are nol known. Alkaloids were also detected in the followi ng spec ies: Ccreus. It has wide d ist ribu tion throug houllhe temperate and SUbtropi- atrispilll1, 0. CrtlllaCea, 0. Jeplocaulis, 0. Some taxonomists have had Lobelia in a Pereskia aCflleala, Percskia sp. A lka lo ids are known, parlicu-. Lobeline has medicinal C hemical investigation of the flunil y has bec n sca nl;. One hundred and twenty samples of the f.

Other alkaloid-positi ve species included the fOllowing: C. CY l1lea lllgllstffolia, Cyphia assimilis, C. A few arc lIsed as ornamen tal s. One member is familiar as the kitehcn spice, cape rs L. Others are cultivated as garden omamc nta ls. The genus Canella is va lued as an oma- M caffra, M. Thilachillm afri- mental and hy some as a condiment wild c innamon.

Litt le is known o f its chemistry ; a lkaloids have not. It is known for its many ornamental flowers, inCluding the fami liar carnation. Ii rence o f alkaloids in the fami ly. One hundred and sixteen samples representing 78 species were tested. Ilrmeria, D. DiwrtJws sp. Clllllpestris, Silene lacinUla, S colijomicll. It contains alkaloids among which are the may tansinoids, wh ich Negative tests were obtained with the fo llowing samples: Arenll- have had considerable interest as antitumor agents.

Samples ria b,yoidej', A. S capemi. Ceratophylfum demerslIlI1 was alkaloid-negative. Il'icilocmplIs, Euonymus sp. Fa miliar foodstuffs e. It is of ered characteristic. Or87 sp6cies tested in this survey, the following no known economi c importance. Neither alkaloids nor othcr chcmi- were confirmed alka loid-positive as indicated in the cariipr work on ca l consti tucnts of the family Imve been dcscri bed.

I'esfita , philippellsis was negati ve ror alkaloids. This unigenenc Asian fam ily is cu lti vated as an omamental. Ellchylaena tomentosa, EUl'Otia! Ex- omis axyroide. Salico1'llia australis, S.

Tests on 23 samples including 13 spe- S. Imwta, C. Chloralltlms This small family of tropical distribution is now included by glaber is used as an ornamental in California. In this st udy, nine samples representing five spec ies gave positi ve results for Coch!

Thc family has had very little chemical investigation ; alkaloids This is a pantropical family of little present economic value. Alkaloids ca ffeine, hannans, oxazolidincs, pyridincs are testis, C. One hundred and cleven samples encompass ing 73 spec ies lIialla, C.

C kelVellsis, C. Ilodijlora , Cymbispatha These species were negative: Allogeisslls pendula, A. Jrillitense, C. They are found worldwide and in almost a ll habitats and have econom ic importance as a source of foods e. They incl ude amidcs, fOllnd in several genera, This family has a wide distribution throughout the tropics and which have becn consi dered a lkaloids in the broadest sense. Per- sUbtropics. It has lillie economic importance except for a few mem- haps most fami liar of all are the ill kaloids of Senecio and relatives.

Iwckii, species were examined. OSlem'permlllll spillescens. Cllprea , A. Irin ervis , B. Jerox, B. Athrixia elata, A. Wlttlroides, AchrocJ;IIe spp. Irijida, Am- B. Ill esioides, B. Irimem, Ii. Irill ervi. I'allthieri , B. IllIlr- callescellS, A. Barroetea setosa, flifolia, A. Ara- lIis. Cel"fllla, 8. CiWlfI , A. Pycllocephala, A. Ju leus, B.

P0rl';- rodes, II. PycIlocephalulII, hoides, H. F semiserratum, ElIpa- pilillllll, H. Ilicilioides, 1I. Flaveria moides, H. IfIllbmculigel"lllll, H. Irijllrcalfl, C. Jllleo-albllm, me;ste,. T oellotheroides, T shirellsis, T slIffl1lticosa.

They C ,hym! Crassula expallsa, C. Asia are used c hiefly as ornamentals. In this don decllssala, C. Macrocarpium has been assigned to Comus; E. It is of lillie economic mpor- lance; some species arc used as ornamen tals, and one as timber in The unigeneric cycad fami ly is found from East Africa to Japan New Zealand. Other genera, form erl y placed in thi s fam il y, are now A lkaloids have been reported present in the family. Th is is a cosmopolitan family with several members important as A famil y of herbs, shrubs, and lianas of the West Indies and timber.

South America, some o f these plants furn ish thatch and brooms; the There have been a couple of reports of the presence of alkaloid s fiber of one species is used for making Panama hats. They arc closely allied to the grasses. Cyperus papyrus is. Alka loids are ste roid hormones are synthesized. Alkaloids are known in a few members of the family. Tests 45 Three samples onc each of three species were tested to give a samples which included 37 species resulted in three posit ives in plants positive result tor Shorlia exappelldicula and negative results for known to be alkaloidal Dioseorea dlllnetorulIl, D.

The remainder were negative: Dioscorea abyssiniea, D. COl1lposita, D. One o f three samples of Dichapefaillm fimorieflSe was positive.

T he Mediterranean hasin and neighboring Eurasia and A fri ca are D. Some are om amenta l, a few are medicinal in Asia, and a couple of species furnish the teasel used in dressing cloth. Of eight 12 gellera; lpecie! Some members arc used as timbers, others yield edible S. It yie lds timber, resins, and an ed ible fat from o ne H.

T seandells, T. The presence of alkaloids has been recorded for Marqllesia. Iwtalellsis, E. Alkaloids have not been recorded in the family. Seven spec ies of Drosera were tested to yield one positive result, D. Some members are culti vated as orna- menta ls. Alkaloids, including f3-carbo lines, are found in the three genera of the fami ly. Wil:Wllii, and Shepherdia arguta were negati ve.

This is a famil y of the warm a nd trop ical regions excepting the There have been occasional reports of the presence of alkaloids. It has some local uses for timber and fruit, and In this study, testing of samples in 69 species yielded on ly one a few species are cons idered ornamental.

Hegnaucr puts the famil y in the Ti liaceae. The Elaeocarpaeeac. The foll ow ing were nega tive: Diml'Yros ajJiflis, D. Of 47 sam ples no, D. Seven other species were also dii, D. Sericola sp. A northern hemisphere genus with some repre- ers of temperate and parti cularl y tropic zones.

Three sampl es including and its re latives llsed in modern medicine are obta ined. IwO species or Bergio, B. Jrijim:a, and E. I gelllls,' 29 species. These evergreens are found in north lempemlc mountainous rc. Some arc culti- land. Thc majority of the species are Impica l lo SUbtropica l. H9I1i:' c- vated as ornamentals. Alka loids are known in the family, but in the present shldy. A sing le posit ive alkaloid lest ha s been reported fo r a species o f Lellcopogoll.

Species includ- tains many o f Ollr fami liar ornamenta ls rhododendron, azalea. Cyalhodes aeelVStl, C jil. Considering L. IOllgislylis, L. Alkaloids have nol been reported but o ne o f three dmw , E. In th is survey, samples representing species were A. Some of these included well-known alkaloida l plants: Acaly- A. IIoveboracellsis, D. A n unidentified species of D,yopfer;s and olle of Pteris were Trce ferns of warm to trop ica l regions, on en in montane rorests. Alsophila corcovadeflsis, A.

Cyalhea dealbata, C. ASfJlelliaceae C. Asplenium bulbiferum, A. Illcidum, A. Found in wa ml and tropical regions; mostl y epiphytic. Some- some authorities, was positive. Included in the Aspleniaceae. Athy rilllll ang llstllllt, A. Diplazilllll lal1Celllll , D. Includes Lindsacaccae and Monaeosoraceac by some a uthorities.

Often incl uded in Cyatheaccac. In Aspleniaeeae by some authori ties. JI geIJertl; specie. Of cloud fo rests and tropi cal and Austra lian mountains. Usuall y included in Dennstaedtiaceae.

Hymellopllyllaceae 33 genera,' specie. I Of tropica l and warm zones. Filmy fems ofl ropica l and some temperate regions. Some taxon- omists include these wi th the Asplcniaceae.

Warm and tropica l a reas. Mnrsilia brownii. It supplies some foods, medicines, and cu ltivated omamentals. Included by some in the Davalliaccae. I japolliclllII, Ophioglossaceae 4 gellera; 65 species 0. Polypodiulll achrosticoides, P eliv- Mainly temperate herbs with some tropical epiphytes.

P polydacfyfus, P. Tropical and subtropical epiphytes or rock pla nts. Included in Adiantaceae. Ceratopleris thalictroides. PlagiogyJoiaceae Schiurc:eae 4 gellera; species; stlbcosmopolilall J genlls; Found in eastern Asian and American forests Oil mountain Mostly in warm to trop ical areas. Anemia spp. A large group of ferns that, at one time or another, includcd many In Adiantaceae by some authorities.

T" elypleritlaceue gijolia, Casearw cluliaejolia, C. Some na, 0. Cibotiul1I barometz. Included in Adiantaceac. Vittariajlexuosa, Viuaria oW. The genus Flagellaria had been reported to T his is a family of pantropical distribution, some members of wh ic h are used as ornamentals a nd a few others for their edible conta in alkaloids but four species were fou nd negat ive in this study: fru it. This last species is now considered in a fami ly of its own The occurrence of alkaloids in the family is sporadic; fairly well by some authorities.

Positive results were obtained with 16 spec ies, includi ng Casearia jylvestri. A fcw species have The fo llowing were negative: Abatia me. Aberia sp. A limited number are cullivated as novelttes. IUlea , G. One unidentified species of COlydalis was nega- ti ve alt hough the genus is onc of thc alka loidal genera of the fami ly.

A few are used as omamcntal s. Gerani- A lka loid s arc known in the fam ily. Two o tJlcrs werc ncgatIVe : G. T he followi ng plan ts were alkaloid-negative: Erodium circtlla- rillllZ , E. Iremandesii, 74 genera,' 1,!! Viviania rtIbl'iflora now in a family of its own , Vlvmmaceac. Only a few genera have been recorded as alkalOidal. There are repons of alkaloids in G. IOllgifolia, K. Nlm elii , G.

N itrogenous substances, but not a lkaloids in the strict sense, arc There is a single report of the presence of alkaloids in Phacelia but found in the famil y. Eight species nine samp les were tested with tests on three species of the genus have been reported as alkaloid frec. In the present study, no positive tests were noted. The remainder were neg- 7 ge"erai ! Itelli, Saccogloflis Lawrence has thc mcmbers or thi s " fami ly" in Amary llidaceac, sp.

Wi lli s in Hypoxidaceac, Cronquist Mabberley in Liliaceac. Two sam ples, Curciiago orchioides and Hypoxis ohtusa, were negat ive. Some arc used as aquarium plants. Tests of ten samples representing seven 60 ge"era; specie.. The follow ing were negative: Elo- dea nutlallii, flydrilla verticillata, Lagmvsiphon major, L. Some are lIsed for timber and others for local food and medicine.

Thirty-five samples consti hlting 27 22 gellera; Wlllthera papuana now assigned regions of western North America south to the Straits of Magellan to its own family, Mcdusandraceae , StemOflllrilS pap"amls, Urall- with some represen tation elsewhere, excep t Austra lia.

Nega tive lests were given by Apodyfes dimidata, CitlVllella bras- guinea, I. Eml1lotiulII sp. A lest of P. Kramcr, and M. Sha11lllla, Journal vf Nallll'al Pmriucls 47 p. No pos iti ve tests responsible for reporls of alkaloids.

Of 72 species, the fo llowing were obtained for the followi ng: Cmya glabra, C. It has G. A lkaloids are not known. A sample of pallida, lrisjosleriww, 1.

Some species of Triglochill are edible; others S. The following were negative: Aerocephaills indicus, Aeoltmlhlls katallgensis, A. Alvesia roslllarinijolill, BeciwlI anguslijoliwlI, 8. It consists C. Iytltrifolia, C. Many ure cultivated as ornmnenlais. IOllgislyla, folia, H. Leonolis dysopilylla, L. IIflieoslala, S. S elegalls, S. Some fruits are edible but have achieved no Ius, S. Tests conducted in this study on Akebia spp. PUclllll ,.

The Jami ly C. In this study, 37 1 lata, Laurus esoinosa, L. COllllll llllis, Licaria eoriacea, samples representing species were tested. Severa l of them had L. VCllosa, Phoebe ehrenbergii, P. LeBoeuf, and A. Cave, Uoydja 38 p. Honda, Heterocycles 4 p. I'IIbra, 0. A lkal oids from the genus Couroupifa have been described. Three E. Ma ny other samples were likew ise posit ive: Abrus cantollellsis, This is one orlhe largest fami lies of fl owering plants, cosmopoli.

Wleura, A. Three subfam ilies are cons idered as separate A. Ililidifolia , A. A lkaloids are common Aspalathus spp. Brollglliarlia mollis, lJ.

Iu eells, C. Dimo'1Jhalldra mollis, DolicilOs sp. IHimewllI , E. Novea Sweetja sp. Hym enolohiulII sp. Jeuco- tieria , A. I'elle- A. Imijuga, A. Irigolloca'1 l, Affollsea ed wallii, Afielia bijuga, A. C01ll0sa, dUIIl, D. IIIl1llijllgllm, M. Illpulilla, M. I"lllllosissima, M. WlY of fhe Legumes. Euwllru Arnold, S. Salatino, A. Gottlieb, flevista Brasiliera de Botallica 4 p.

Some T. Illfeola, V. These plants have a. In add ition to many ornamenta ls, crop plants such as aspara- COllvallaria :'1'. Among species tested gfaucull1, DispermulIl kawakamii, Drimfa aila, D. Ihullbergiallus, A. Negative tests were obtained for the fo ll ow ing: Agapantlllls inap- terus, Agapallllws sp. JIIuitij1orus, Asparagus sp. Wl, A. The genus Limllll yields nax and linseed oil ; other spec ies are c. A few are in Africa and Arabia. WI, F. IlIIm boldlialla, S.

Milrasacllle and Spigelia have been assigned to a fami ly of their own, Spigeliaceae by some authorities. It is the source of sevemltypes of eurares and the Some members occur in temperate zones, but this fami ly is pri- drug strychnine, which is now primarily used as a rat poison.

Some maril y tropica l. Its econom ic importance derives largely from the species are c ullivatt:d as omamenta ls. Interest in the armw and dart poisons of South America and Africa Alkalo ids have been noted in some genera but positive tests may be has rcsultt:d in a considerable knowledge of the a lkaloids of this fami- the result of parasitic growth on other plants Ihat contain alkaloids. This may have bee n due to the flmericonum , A. These samples in cluded 1. Onl1otillUI1I 61 12 , var.

Lys lIIia ex- var. PhOrfllldclldm1l bolleanum, P. IricOSlatum , V. The spores were fo r-. Several species were negative, possibly due in part to the methods merl y used medici nally lycopodi um powder. Most of the var. Those previous ly known to be alkaloid-positive, and like- L.

SGllrUrus, L. The Alkoloillf. Orlando, FL. In add ition to use as omamcmai s. Littl e of the chemis try of the Lythraccae was known prior to Ihe M beyond reports of the qualitative presence o f alkaloid s in al few gene ra. A tropical to wann temperate rcllllily with some extension into Two hundred and thirty samples tested included several known north temperate zones e.

IWea, C. IIi f spp. Tests 11 4 samples. B mbiteria spp. IIl lclVstachya, A. IOllgicalyx, l-I. It is known as M. The vege!.. P jruticosa, P. Cronquist has the family as Pedaliaceae with one lIlaplirodita, S. No positive results were S.

IIllllticmdis, S. J gem,s,' 4. Alkaloids are not known nor were they found in one 3 1 genera,' species undetennined species of Maya ca. The family is well distributed in the American tropics. There has been recent interest in OumatococcliS as a source of a protein Ml! J,OOO times sweeter than sucrose. The remainder were negative: Calalllea America. It yields lumber, dyes, and some ornamentals. Arthrostema spp. This is a fiunily of tropical America; lillie of ils chemistry is known.

CraJJellrieda sp. In the stud y reported here,. Olh- L. Iucera, M. Ossaea alllygdaloides, Pachycelltria jormosalla, ciliata, Trichilia casarettii, T elegam', T ellletiea, T. These two genera or tropical and sOlLthem Africa furni sh decora- tive shnlbs and trecs. America and Africa. They have litt le economic importa nce. A few species of this alkaloidal fami ly of tropical and wa rm Severa l co llect ions tested in this sll1dy were known to contain climates extend into tem perate zones.

Iffcida, Sphellocentrllilf jolly w lllm stem, bark, 48 ge.. Traces of alkaloids had been reported in species of Myoporlllll.

Sltrin- One of these, M. The wax of the. Alka lo ids are not known; Myrot! Some members of Ihis tropi cal to warm temperate family have had use as ornamentals. Members of the fami ly contain many substances of possib le in- The following were negat ive: Aegiceras comiClllatulll, Ardisia COIII- teres t as bioact ivc compounds, bu t the tryptam ines or species of fJressa, A.

A warm-temperate family, most strongly represented in Austra-. M dejlexa, M. Ilatschbachii, M. I"Ostmta, Myr- no alka lOid has!

A few positive cia spp. Pimenta dioicll, P officillalis, Pimellla sp. IeitzIi, CalYPlrallthes jp. Jambos, E. JOllgiroslris, P. Ii I gellll They afC often been described.

As expected, NlIfJhar advena , N. Its members have some usc ni sts. Some membe rs are used as timber, others as ornamenta ls. Only the antitumor alkaloids o f Camptotheca have been re- Cyanogenesis a nd alkaloidlike substances bctanid ins occur in ported.

Negat ive species included the following: AhlVllia iarifolia, A. Alkaloids are known. The following known alkaloidal species gave positive tests in Negmive tesls were obta ined with samp les of Blastemamlllls sp.

These were also positive: Chimllll1thus O. Schrebem argyrotrichia. Ol'llllS, The Olaeaecac fu rni sh part or the local spices and some medi- F. IVxbwghimllllll, J. Th ree e. In thi s study four species of Agonandra were 24 gell era; !

A familiar member, cult ivated as an orn amental, is i 'lIc1isia. Alkaloids were c. TricllOpillia sp. Illidulaw, A. However, it is fair to note that many A. COlljilSlllll, A. Itarposepa - A. IOllgivagillalulIl, A. Ilageli, B. IIIIij1orillm, A.

Qllemophila, A. Irtlcyalillm, cUllla , C. I ceciliae, C. YWlllall ell. DiaphmwlIlhe jragralltissillla, C. Jy rogJossa, C. I'llOdo- lIa , D. Iln cala, M. IVrighlii, M. KoellellSleinia gramillea. La- maelllll, M. Jllloeua, L. Luisia joxlVorlhyi, barkeri, N. IYIlllosii, L. Jaevis, O. IIebllloslllll , 0. IOllgifolifllll, o.

IW,Hl a, O. SlIcci- lum,o. Ullceps, 0. SIW - hii, Rodriguezia candida, R. Hyphaelle crillata and Phoenix reclillata gave positive tests; the This is a family especially of the northern hemisphere and the remainder of the species tested were negative: Areca catechu, Are- subtropics of the Old World.

IL has no real economic importance. Cmyota urens, Clwmaedorea IllImilis, C. Plectocomiopsis sp.. Pritchardia sp.. Reinhard- ia elegalls, R. Alkaloids arc not known; the accumulation of oxalatcs is common. The leaves have a number of local uses e.

Here, of 22 samp les representing 18 species, on ly thrce za, 0. Ileaei, 0. T he following were neg,llivc: Freycilletia arborea, F ballksii, F. Tropical and warm areas support palms'. Only a few occur in This is a well-known north temperatc family if for no other reason Afri ca. It supplics many cultivated ornamentals as well as sccds that different purposes: food coconut, sago , waxes, fmit s, timber, are used in some pmis of the world as a source of ed ible oil.

A number are familiar as cu ltiva ted omamcntals. The entire Ifllnily is alkaloidal ; known plants also found to be Positive alka loid tcsts ha vc been reported for several genera of alkaloidal in this screen ing program include: Adlumia.

Many Argemone alba, A. Sang uinaria canadensis. Tropical and wann temperate areas are the ranges of this fami ly, Some species are lIsed locally as medic inals. Some spec ies yie ld ed ible fmit s, olhers Alkaloids are not known in the fami ly. No positive t,ests were arc ornamentals, and a few have heen used medicina lly. The fo llow ing species known to give positive a lka loid tests were li kewi se found to do so in this study: Piper amalago, P. Gmalago, P arborellm 9 genera; Thi s fami ly is a north temperate one ex- sp.

It is well known as a sou rce of Piper banksii, P. Wlllense, P. The fo llowing were negative: Billardiem cymosa, Positive alka loid tests have been recorded for the wood of Cilrioballls spillesce1ls, Pitlosporum brackenridge;, P. These are likely , P. However, no positive foides. Pittosporlllll Armeria formosa, Ceratosligma pllllllbagilloides, Dyemp! Oatea Thom.. Harlley John,. GeorICe , wbltesmitb, manBaDo. William Sorby Henry Clifton,l!

William knIfe manufllclurer 9 Sayer Mr. Henry Oeorge Fox Mr. Wilson Mra. Frederick WolstenbolmeMn. Hannah,8Chool 16 Helber. MltcbellSamueJ,eaq Alicard Charles, hone. V Grea. Susannab,lodgingbouSll Gloaaop road marke" GloutIp rd. See La1lg,etl road. Orundrod Mu. Harnet, beer reta,ler gener. Mu Dun lane inter,. Ebay Store retromedia in", W. CurOlture brnker 47 Cbamber Cornellu. MiltOliltred Vlterltct.

Samuel III. Jobn Sw cottage Aahfortb, PI. James Nlcbolson Wm. Maria Ahen, miatdU 42 Le91ck Mr. Vincent WM. Arlhur raillOtlr inter,ect, Charlea ]0 Eyre Mre. Samuel 14 Eyre Geor! Elizabeth, greenl! Samael, Ihopket'per. Ieb atreet. George 88 Whitehead John, ballder 1 Lewis Mia. Rbodes 3 Robinson Thomas, watcbmkr.

Jane, dealer In irlsb ltatloner, bookblllder. It Cu. SO Atkinson Mr. William haadles Cor bowie kiMes, cap cit Sht! Sarah, bosier '" Buchanan Mr. It BinnaGeo. IS Gamer Jobn, beer retailer Henry street work. Rlault chilla dealer J Thank you for purchasing from Ebay Shop Retromedia 26 [ Samnel hy cottB!

Park fleld 95 Hilton Mrs. Wake William, eeq. Mary 12 Hidea Oeol'lle ok Robt. Alexander 30 Beardehaw,Ste,entonlltCo. Barker Atkin Mr. Edwin 38 Winter Peter, abo. Allen ,tr. Noon Mn. BradBbaw Ch Marla,'prinw kuiNcutler Jackso1!

SoUg ,,,.. Naney, Lotier '" berllD wool rl. Manden,corn at Boardlr 33 Middleton Bdwan. Brocar" tea dealt.. Jerna Jam Poeter John. Broadhead U' Harlequin,' Mn. EliZabeth Oglll8by Cryer Gen. Cnott Mrs. Thomas llreeman tiO Brigge Richard. Sarab, ahopkeeper Jamee Allen, maater ' s I, sbopkeeper Dixon Mr. Mark 2S Bllrker James.

Robert, tlOlll'dealer 31 '. Alfred J. William Hattenley Geo. On M Mary Ben J ame er re k flr.! Mary Ann Hick.

HoUl M ad. Mary Whal. MallDda atreet, Hoyk. Stacey William, sbopkeeper Rodgers k. Ricbard 68 Whiteley John Ak. It feather. It bedding mercbants. Ironmonger, wblteawitb. John "Inelt spirit mercht. It SODS. It pocket kiM.. It Uldul. William 3 Hiller George, pork butcher 77 Hoyle Mr. Jobn '1'1' Ahraham, boot. Ullendraper 14 Ludlam'" Reaney. It chandelieR, It ahlrt 70 8aill'Y Mn. Ann, shopkeeper button manuf. Mary, shopkeeper Woolen James, wood tomer 95 Maunder Fredk.

Panny, milliner Meadow IITlet ta". It every de. IO It I. Hoole Henr,. AJiIlgrove Gill John. Jobn Ebay Store retromedia.

Turton Thomaa ok S"na,mllllufactarers of. Sheaf worb Meadow atreet. William Pitt. It Son. CMiltoll wrk. Wilson Jo,epb. It general mercba"ls MIDer" atatloll. See Nur. Mltcbell street, Brookhill.

Needham Daniel. StatiOD wbarf 6 White Mi! Mllry, saddler 11 Revel! Thank you for purchasing from Ebay Shop Retromedia 30 [ See GUm f1 ad Rhod. Btotben, manofactllJ'en of 19 Eaton T. U Hodgkinson William coal dealer Hibbert S. Taylor Jo. GeOl'l'o atreet. Rowley Samuel"bopkeeper Victoria ta"".

Baymarke" Broall Hampson Geo,. Hall John, fun. Bartholoman Mr. Coal COmJlfl. Hounl8eld, Wll '00, Dunn Johnson Mra. Qaeea atree'" 36 Earnabaw Mrs. ClIllreb atreet. Hallam gat,. Andrews Mr. John Henry Bet't Wm. Oakbill ho Bell Mr. Edwin James Bro.. Alfred Cadman Mrs Cbappell Mr. George Crookes Mr. George Cutler Mr. George Baton Mn Biliolt Mr. John Fenton Mr. Joseph Grant Mr. James Gregory Mr. John Hall Mr. Alfred M Tbomu Rayner Mrs Read Mr. Jamea Rodgen Mr. Jobn b h P Smith Jobaon, et!

Isga ouse Malberry aveot. John Frilh Mr. Joseph e6tate attent,. It agent to the SolWolsteoholme Mr. Ann, trunk k porlmanteao maker 6 Si ler iam ot k em 7 S M. Mary, batter 3. Bllza, e eelemonger 36 Cheetham Th Dey eel, um , letl, eboa.

W tor ul8a 12 Goodhall W. Thomas Hinckl, minhter 66 Ibbolson Henry boot at sboe milker lole hom die e! Pbllip,commercial tra'elr 93 Cropper Jobn!

Durant AlonKo. William 88 Anderton Tboma', tellor PtJfty'. Goo4r'Dep6' Jowht Mr. Bailey Samael, e! Pear ,trwt. William Broomley. Susannab,beerrelailer Shaw Mr. Mary,mllllnerltdreslma cles manufacturen, mathematical Wake Mrs. Wood hili fire proof powder flaske, sbot pouches, galDe bag4. OeorltB dram bottle. CarrHpld ho. Illver electro plate, nickellil. Itft'et works worsted. Mary Ann, srocer Langley Joho. Tames " Weill Joseph, fellder manufacturer machines Edwin Strut Infant Sc1aool.

Cbarles Mill Harriet Baroes, mlttreas founden. D' Aubney Mia. Anne Mary, aemlCbarob. Benjamin 17 B room e enry. Northmbr d. George Rev. Jobn AldouI,M Anna Wiley, " 4 Beckett Mr. John 70 Mane1ae. It 6 Lee Mr. Johu Hlnehbtf ad,erti. Jolepb Nortbambrlnd. EliliBbelh, grocer " 14 Brittain Mr. William Swann.. Needham Wm. Bouchier, prof. Bradabaw Mr.

WiiUam 'iI Ifenry O. Lyu 19 Needham Wm. Wilcock BenjaminkJohn G Needham William. John Orchard JaDe, 46 Orchard. Cocker ok Son , manu acturera 0 95 Brown Mra. W8, edge 97 Da,y Mr. Denni' iii Jarvis Thomat, horn merchallt " Ito. At er mercblUlta Hunter H.. Rngel'llJobn, bo ke "ler c J a k. Hanoah cut gldlS manuf 4f, Mottram Hen. Creet, Little Sheffield. H n Peel ta Grattall John,. IwuIb manar. Alexander, beer retailer 40 hem Mlehael, tailor.

Samael J. Miry, ehopkeeper tarera It mereballb X. Eliza Bou. Wat", Itrut. It rl,et mILr Se, Far,. Harriet, tobaecoDilt bair Mary, daaler In leeeh. Jana, beer retailer street brewery 81 Rh Blllabeth,lIhopkpr 37 Leylck Brotbers, mercbant. Sabmonrer 49 Burrell Wllllaa. Tbomas Nield Ja Jobn PI. JacUon Chari.. Wlillaa 48 Doe Jobn. Dunponia IIr. Qea, OIa. On "ra. I coacbes Roper Jobn. II CHA. George mzed Iron, tinplate. MaryAnn abopkeepr ornamenlal g8!

It provlal. Jo ,j. Bower Samuel, butcher 2. Ann Murfinl Banks Jobn boot. Aehb hn, butch ug"'ist S ltal.. T rerSr Rev. Oeorge, M PBL, SpriDl' place. A orks ney G beer r Wilkins me. SpriDl' te Rebecca SlIe GlolI'op road.

William Morley cabinet maker Rev. I I t,,, See Talbot 8treet. MacCarthy, masler Talbot atreet. WIlham ' 2 5 Newton Mr. Jobn 8ellars Jeremiab, coal merchant 16 Greenwood Mr. Alfred Beardmore John, beer ret! Joseph road. Jobn Froggatt John, shopkeeper Teuter atreet, Welt bar flrten. S,"-,a place. Mary M.

Branson, patent Backhouse, coacb builders 87 Beavis Mrs. John Parkin Mrs. Hltcilln 8 Ward Jobn « Co. Sarah, shopkeeper. Mort Mr. Henry Morton Mr. Heary Morton Mr. Henr, Blrlreadale Osborne Mr. Paine Gerald Parltin Mr. William Roberts Mr. Sidney Sanderson Mr. TbomplOo Mr. Townend Mr. John Birkendal. Torner Mr. William Wad. JacklOD Jobn, greeagroeer 43 Reynol. Hannab, clotb.. Elizabetb, abopkeeper JacklOa Thom..

QaJe, In'' cotter of ltal. GlleoD Fernell Wm. C,tharlae, cork cutter VIctoria. Jute, cliemlst 16 Johnstone Mr. Budaon George Frederlek,. William Ward knife manuuatarer 82 Baney WllliamJ. Clark Lyon John Briant. Caittery N,", rd. Aebmore Hr. Henry WeUealq plaoe. Jobn Wooflnden Mr. Vincent Marpl. Patrick TraYls Mr.

Joseph 11 Thompson Mra. Trafa19ar "red IIIfer. George, beer retailer fI6 Simmoo! It braaler Hoole Mr. Joacph Wate.. It Soo. It Elizabetb, beer Hugh Thomas Youdan, proprietor Dodge Mr. George 68 Barber William, balrdr.. Worlhoule lan, inter,ect,.. Bou al,,,,r Mr Jllm.. N 76 Manhall Mr.

Henry Bannl. Henry 10i Wbltmarah laarlce, wine". William Bradley Jobiicbeeaemonlter Elliot Mr. Josepb lOS Baker Mn. Aaroo Green Thoma. PartJdiee "ruhntultcl' Jaoe, ch. Stamrortb Samuel, esq. Bmma,ragltbonedealer 6 Sleeford BO! II'Y, halrdreuer Eadon Mr. Weatem pI 7 Shaw Mra. Harriet, conrectioner Peace Mr. Richaril 95 Pappl. John 97 Chapman Samuel, pawnbroker 11 Palfreyman George.

Brian, clasp manuracturer 21 Thorpe James, optician I6t t"'nap 1! William Anthony, 8IIq. Johll Mulbroom baU ". IC I haaket air. Robert 12 Whitebead Matlbew, joiner Arcolus Mr. Henry Cooke 18 Lby Mll. Sirah, dlnlog room. Mary Ann,fllmlture b! Charlotte, gunsmith 30 Settle eph, bricklayer 23 Bell Mre.

It ,tee! Henry soo Cbarles, 0 ch at cab rop tor an :mo In coae Selioa:mUliner e dr r. M pin m rnn. Mlller 'j12 Shephard Iso Bockln.. I Co er en'l, comml. Bliaabeth Wild.. LIJfI9I''' road. John Bultace, Baptist York cottale 'l'0I'k atteet. Hidea Belwln. SotIlA "",. It '1ft. Tbe lIylng Is a perpetnal cuney. Tiekblll wapentab, Hallamabire, W.. York archbishopric.

The Girls' Natiooal eebool wal bollt 10 18'4. It Ia nearly united Imall benefactioDl for the poor. The nuke of Norfolk i. The Inbabltantl are employed In tbe Fit. It Ineludes Uctnre of draln-plpee and pottery. The eccleelutleal The dlatrfctehurch or chapel ofeau Ia aUheeulern entl dlatrict of AttereliJre contained, in , a popnJaUoa 01 the village, and "as bullt in The burial-ground of The new cbapel of Chriet Church is a CA.

William Lonla, B. AtterclilFe common BlIllrlr. Iq Parker Jlr. It Jock'1l' maker Hobson Aaron, shopkeeper Rbod.. J'1l, cast ateel files, milleh' Wlrd EdWin, boot ok sboe maker cblaels, cbaft' knl'es, lteel forger ok WarhuhtHenn,beerretailer, Newball rollingmllll,Atterclift'e steel "orks Watts Joaeph, grocer ok drugillat Marriott ok Atklmon, lteel conyerterIJ WhartonGeorge,lteelconvertero! The in the vale of the Sheaf, formerly belonging to the parllh chapel of St.

Burnell, Esq. Joho Cockerton, M. Smith Hr. Is a village moat pleaaantly Iituate on an an ancient Itructure In good repair, with Iquare tower of eminence, and railwayatation of the Hancbeeter, Sheffield pointed ltone, and having a tower, nave, aillel, chancel, and Llncolnahlre line, miles from Mancheeter, porch, font, aix bella, organ and cluek, in the decorated from London, 7 mUee IOnth of Rotherham, 10 milel and perpendicular Ityle.

The living ia an endowed north-eaat of Cheaterfleld, 7 mllee lOuth-ea. Thomaa Enklne, M. There ia a amall endowment for conry, Lichfield bishopric and Canterbury archbishopric. The approach to the vittage from Bcklngton is through The Hethodlata have a aman place of worahlp at a maaaive stone cutting. Benjamin Littlewood :lldmund, day school, tk Boun. Tbomas reglltrar of blrthllt deathe Inkeraall Hary Mra. Parker Alln Hn. Luke, table blade forger, Radley JarTla, farmer swln Hark, carpenter tk reaping hook manufacturera Sotha!

Conine George, farmer, 80tbal Turpin Mary Mrs. D1cunlOn Octad. Newton Jamea, f. Letten by foot Midland Station, Thom.. Bnkine, II. Ie nt. There I, an endowed Icbool of 19 hamlell, and dlatant about 7 mnes north-weet from for boya and girls, supported by Mrl. It Ie aituate on field, and thence flowl into tbe Rivelin at Halin bridge.

The loil uriea, bnt Is very they take the nalDe of the Loxley brook. The Uving I, a good, excepting the moors, which are abont 10, acre. The Duke of -cree,! Edmnnd Wood, A. It hi. Wood Re". Henlf, eaq. Tile chief maollractllre Ie for a chapel bere. Darnali lila AttercUft'e towolhlp, Shef. The churcb II a field pariah and Uoioo,!

Joeeph Dearman Jamea. Daraallllall Elliott John, beer retaner lIIu! SCiuoN forger Gaunt John, eeq. Darnall hoole Gra,lOo Jamel,. Mary Habberabon John. Cnopu John, potter. DORB 1. It now comprl Scythe-maklog II carried on. Tbe chnrch, reboilt 10 18! Ia a neat ltone building, with a Iquare tower. Ioe,aod eojoyed by tbe Bey. The population of Dore townlhlp WII, 10 The populatiou nf Dare, In The chief manufacturel are lCythe-maklo, and flre-ela,.

Here I. Jobn Thom.. FOlter, B. Moorbottom house Roberta Mr. William, Wickley lane WllIou Mr. Ibopkeeper UnwIn Bobert, tiirmer Vicke Coke D'gwes, Psq. LU' Green Mary M N,dimulJ BeMal. Wllllam Baliton. Ann Buxton, mietreaa received tbrollJh SbefBeid at na. CAllrcA, Bn. John Tbomu loster. Begil'rar of Birtlu.. The population of tbe town and townsblp 18 lN Cecil illady of the manor. Coal and.. The cburch of St. Tbe IIvlnR I. William D. Bertlel, There 11 a cbapel for Independents and one Cor the Methodla There f.

Several 8mall cbarlties prod ace ahout. A cattle falr 18 held ,early, A prll 26th. Tbe population, In Holmeafterd iI 71 mllea lOoth. The cbapelof ease wu erected in on the alte oC an old one. The living il a perpetual curacy, In the gift of trult The Incnmbent I. Tbornu Hirst, B. Tbe Dake of Rntland ia lord or tbe manor.

The population, lu , was Good coal. Tbere are lOme 8mln benefactions Cor the poor. Here are coalplts. Callen Jobn. Edward, eaq lIOnet M Wllliam Peamehollih Thomu. Ihopkeeper Goodwin George. Vicarage Cockerton Rev.

John, M. HutcbiDlon WllIlam,' Whit. Elizabeth Mn. Rangeley Mr. It Joa. Bennett Jamea, farmer Bennett Wllliam. Thomas, B. Norbury Lockwood Mr. Charlea, Woodlide Genn George, batcber Brook. William RobiDlOn. William Gillon WillIam E. Elizabelh,Barnsley road ViekeR Edward, eaq. Henry, U uderwood house. Wake B. Henry, Woodside. Wall George esq. Woodside fllCtilrer Cooper Mr. J osepb, Bamsley road Waterboase. Jamelt WallOn Henry, eeq. Jobn WataoB Jobn, esq.

BarDuley toad Wataon William, edq. Norwood ball ateel "orka Disoo Josepb Holt, esq. Woodllde Williamson Hr. Woodside atson Blizabeth Mbe , dn! Goddara hall.

There Is a National school for bo,. The chnrch or hourhood. Sc,tht'tl and slcklee are made. The populaSt. John the Evangelist la a new building, In tbe early tion, in , W81 Sir Reresby Sltwell, Bart.

Hutton, Mr. JlB, PoaD. Hutton, and R. Newton Shaw, BIq. A lane Hutton Mr. Wblte line Lowcock William. Rbodes Chari. Letten dlapatched at 4 p. Head' Robert Dayenport , C In llW. Both townlhip. The pariah locludes the townlhlpa Hasborough Increaae 10 teo yean.

Helper, from Leicester, 66t from Lolighborougb, Tbe number of males and 'emal. Foo acre. After tbe Norman accession ber"orth and Greasborougb; 4, the townships of Went- Acom wa. Tbe populatloo, 10 , waa betweeo the family of William de V. The monks likewise acquired the Interest of tbe Tillis' aod othen. The abbot, Ilrge factories or iroo and lteel, or fouodlng and caltln" bealdes the other rights, held allize of breed and beer, for railway turntables, wheel" axles, roiling.. Ir yearly coyera and combs.

The town is largely engagcd in tho at Midsummer. The period of bolding thl. And by snbsequent cbarters, and It must haYe heeo of solDe wareboulel at the two railway ltatlons. One railway dation that of Masborough is a Itreat station on tho Importance, u it waa held for several dlYs.

Robert Scott, terminul 01 the SheHleld and Rotberham railway. In the called De Rotherhlm, wal born there In He nelcbbourbood are gritetone quarries and a brick-kiln. The conrae waa to include Latin, hal a body of commiulonere, who bIYe charl.

I to he botb a trade Icbool and market la goYerned. Thera II IIkewiee a board of a preparatory school for boly orden, and tbe clas. The weekly market II held 00 Monday, aud an example of a more liberal aod practical In. Six poor scbolars were to act u chorlatenof the There are f. It wal by thl. The shambles are near tho Butter croBl, that the cbureb of Rotherbam was 10 magni8ceutly Ind the cattle market Is held 10 the Crons.

Thll college wu not 80ally. Betidel the town comml. In tbll branch received tbe mon charges wherewith the town and Ita inhabitants m'lT title of Haria of EHlnghlm, and by them It bal continued be charged. The feoWeee are IIkewiee governora of tbe to be held. Grammar Scbool and of tbe Peolfees' Scbool. II a handsome building, erected in foaodatioo of.