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from Guayaquil and Galapagos; the following species being new to the collection:  (1) [[underlined]]Troglodytes solstitialis[[/underlined]], (2) [[underlined]]Buteo galapagoensis[[/underlined]], (3) [[underlined]]Haematopus leucops[[/underlined]] ? (possibly new species, from Galapagos), (4) [[underlined]]Butorides plumbea[[/underlined]].  (Gift.)

[[double underlined]]Wm. Brewster[[/double underlined]], Cambridge, Mass. - 1 specimen [[underlined]]Passerculus princeps[[/underlined]] from Massachusetts and 7 specimens of [[underlined]]Peucaea aestivalis bachmani[[/underlined]] from South Carolina.  (Gift).

[[double underlined]]Chas. K. Worthen[[/double underlined]], Warsaw, Ills. - 80 specimens, 35 species, chiefly from Illinois and New Mexico; all selected by the curator, and embracing among other very rare or desirable species the following: [[underlined]]Harporhynchus crissalis[[/underlined]] (2), [[underlined]]Coturniculus lecontei[[/underlined]] (4 - Ills), [[underlined]]Passerculus princeps[[/underlined]] (8), [[underlined]]Junco aikeni[[/underlined]] (2), [[underlined]]Pencaea aestivalis bachmani[[/underlined]] (2), [[underlined]]Perisoreus canadensis nigricapillus[[/underlined]] (5), [[underlined]]Picus stricklandi[[/underlined]] (1), [[underlined]]Cyrtonyx massena[[/underlined]] (5), [[underlined]]Rostrhamus sociabilis[[/underlined]] (1), [[underlined]]Larus franklini[[/underlined]] (1 - Minn.)  (Exchange.)
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