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Index to

On the Protozoa of Devonshire

by

Edward Parfitt

Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association
for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art, Vol 3,
Plymouth: W Brendon & Son, Dartmouth Meeting, July, pp. 60-74.

Prepared by Michael Steer

Specimens listed in the catalogue that is an appendix to Parfitt's short article were collected in identified locations throughout Devon by a majority of those listed in the index. Edward Parfitt (1820-1893), naturalist, was born 17 Oct. 1820. His father was head gardener to Lord Hastings. Parfitt studied gardening under his father; then became successively gardener to a number of Norfolk estates, and subsequently went on a voyage for scientific purposes. He was wrecked near the Cape of Good Hope, and an enforced stay in the colony intensified his taste for botany and entomology. Returning to England, he became in 1848 gardener to John Milford, Coaver House, Exeter. In 1859 he was appointed curator to the Archæological and Natural History Society of Somerset. He died 15 Jan. 1893. Parfitt contributed numerous papers to the 'Transactions' of the Devonshire Association, 'Annals and Magazine of Natural History,' 'Entomological Magazine,' 'Naturalist,' and 'Transactions' of the Royal Microscopical Society. This rare book was produced from a digital copy held by the New York City Public Library that can be downloaded from Google Books. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. Those on which copyright has expired are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.
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Adams, G 65, 72
Barlee, Mr G 63, 68-74
Bigsby, Dr J J 64-5
Brett, Mrs 70-3
Brown 73
Carpenter, Dr 60, 63-5
Carter, Mr H J 60, 62, 65-7
Clarke, Mr W 69, 71, 73-4
D'Orbigny 68, 70-4
Ehrenberg, Professor 64-5, 67, 74
Green, J R 65
Huxley, Professor 60
Jeffery, Mr J G 69, 71, 73-4
Jones, Captain 62, 65
Jones, Parker & Brady 65
Jones, Professor T Rupert 64-5
Kane, Mr 68-73
Lamarck 70, 74
MacGill 74
Montagu, Colonel 65, 71, 74
Parker, W K 65
Parkinson, J 65
Phillips 74
Planci, Jani 65, 70
Pritchard, A 65
Schultz 74
Spence-Bate, Mr 63, 67-74
Vicary, Mr 65
Walker 68, 71, 74
Wallace, Dr 65
Wallich, Dr 60, 66
Williamson, Professor W C 62-3, 65, 68, 70-4