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Natural History, Boston, Mass. - 3 specimens, 2 species ([[underlined]] [[Tringa?]] canutus [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] Charadrius squatarola [[/underlined]]).
To [[underlined]] R. B. Sharpe, [[/underlined]] British Museum, London, England - Two specimens, 2 species ([[underlined]] Fulica caribaea [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] Gallinula garmani [[/underlined]]).
To [[underlined]] A. [[W.?]] Anthony, [[/underlined]] San Diego, Cal. - 7 specimens of [[underlined]] Vireo huttoni [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] V. h. stephensi. [[/underlined]]
To [[underlined]] Witmer Stone, [[/underlined]] Academy Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa. - 17 specimens [[underlined]] Parus atricapillus [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] P. carolinensis. [[/underlined]]
All the above were lent for identifications. Those lent to Messrs Henshaw and Stone have already been returned in good order.