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448 Old Prices Remains. H. nephelegeretes :—The Cloud-blower. (Habitat^ the leaves of Nicotiana tabacum, rarely visible.) See Virgil, JEn. i. 411. &c. H. Gypaeetus:—The Gyp. Facundus, alacris, acer; pedibus-velox, manibus velocior, lingud velocissimus. (Habitat, Cambridge, in and about the Colleges; type, Old Rose.) H. Lectisterna:<—The Bedmaker. Lenta,seeura; lin¬ gud volubili, manibus ambidextris. {Ibid; type, Mrs. Hopper)) H. auriga :—Der Kutscher. II vetturino, the Coachie of old authors; Naso respectabili, rubro; cubitis quadratis ; humeris rotundatis (est qui "mutat quadrata rotundis,") pilei margine latissimo parum recurvo; voce nunc sibilante, mox raucissima ; oculo sesqui-altero subinde semi-aperti- usculo; (non raro lippescente) exuviis crassissimis albis; bullis ("buttons") diobolum sequantibus, margaritoma- ternis; type, Brummagem Bill, nearly extinct: confined to unfrequented districts. (Vide Tabulas Georgii Scolios- celis apud Fastos Comicos.) H. aurigaster:—The Cabbie (late Jarvy). Priore duplo minor; pileo Jacobo-crovio vel Vidavaco; nonnunquam umbonato ; Supertoto caoutchato glaberrimo ; digito indice saepissime sublato. Fully des¬ cribed and figured by Charivarius and Leech, in their great 4to work, De rummis unis, cum hominibus turn veheterinis ac jumentis. Veneunt apud Tiltum et Bogum Via Classiaria Londoni. Calendar for 1863.—Re-continued from Oct 17. Oct. 18—Received a handsome present of Agarics: personatus and nebularis, the latter rare here. N.B.—My kind friend asked if they were Boletus edulis ! ,, 21—Redwings heard. First hoarfrost. Very wet evening. Frost again, 23. ,, 24—Grey Plovers and a Landrail in Liverpool market. Larks since Atig. ,, 26—First Snipe in the Agaticfield, Bromborough. Fieldfares. Some- thing like the "Flannel plant" on cowdung. ,, 27—Boletus edulis. Rain and drizzle with bright cold night.