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[[underline]]L. Stejneger[[/underline]], Washington, D.C. - 7 specimens, 6 species, from Europe and Eastern Asia, among which two additional specimens of [[underline]]Turdus alpestris[[/underline]] from Europe, recently rediscovered and redescribed by Mr. Stejneger, and a specimen[[strikthrough]]s[[/strikethrough]] of a Gray-headed Green Woodpecker, from Ussuri, which he has described as the type of a new subspecies, [[underline]]Picus canus perpallidus[[/underline]].

[[underline]]Specimens distributed[[/underline]].

The number of specimens of birds distributed during May is 56, representing 37 species, as follows:

[[underline]]a. Exchanged[[/underline]].

[[underline]]T. McIlwraith[[/underline]], Ontario, Canada. - 11 specimens, 9 species, from North America.

[[underline]]Edw. Hargitt[[/underline]], London, England. - 2 specimens of [[underline]]Centurus blakei[[/underline]], from Abaco, Bahamas.

[[underline]]Hans v. Berlepsch[[/underline]], M√ľnden, Germany. - 32 specimens, 22 species, from the Bahamas.

[[underline]]b. Loaned for Examination.[[/underline]]

[[underline]]Wm. Brewster[[/underline]], Cambridge, Mass. - 5 specimens of a new [[underline]]Vireo[[/underline]] from Key West, Florida.

[[underline]]C. B. Cory[[/underline]], Boston, Mass. - 4 specimens, 3 species, from
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