4 ENTOMOLOGICAL NEWS. [January, he prepared for the press the first volume of Bonaparte's " Nat-ural History of Birds Inhabiting the United States," though it was afterwards revised by another. So fully was he occupied with his own labors, and so freely did he devote his time to assist others, that he prolonged his studies far into the night, even during Summer until the breaking of day, thus sapping his life for the benefit of science and his fellow-man. Even before he left his native city he was much broken down in health, though giving freely both of his time and means, when he had any, and willing to do even more. Such was Thomas Say at the age of thirty-eight, when he was induced by Messrs. Maclure and Owen to accompany them to their confraternity of New Harmony. Of his life and labors in Indiana during the remaining nine years of his life I shall speak farther in a second paper. -o-ADDITIONAL LIST OF INSECTS TAKEN IN ALPINE REGION OF MT. WASHINGTON. By ANNIE TRUMBULL SLOSSON. A year ago I published (ENT. NEWS, vol. v, p. i) a catalogue of the insects I had up to that time taken on the summit of Mt. Washington. That list comprised 300 species. I have this season taken in same region, at or above 5500 feet altitude, more than 200 species not included in former list. I herewith append the names of these, and I take this opportunity to acknowledge gratefully the invaluable assistance of Messrs. Coquillett, Liebeck, Fox, Davis, Banks, Van Duzee and others, who have identified for me insects in the different orders. HYMENOPTERA. Lyda semidea Cr. Tenthredinidae. Uroceridae. Hylotoma pectoralis Leach. Urocerus abdominalis Ilarr. Harpiphorus maculatus Nort. Monophadnus tilke Nort. Ichueumonidae. Macrophya slossonia IfacG. mss. Ichneumon brevicinctor Sav. tibiator Nort. " fur.estus Cr. Taxonus borealis MacG. mss. lastus Brullc. Tenthredo grandis Nort. milvus Cr. ruficolor Nort. pravus Cr. tricolor Nort. promptus Cr. " variata Nort. " sp. ?