116 Miscellaneous. Felsproben des Meeres und Siisswassera aller Lander, und die Poly-cistinen-Mergels von Barbados " (with 30 plates). Thus, nearly to the close of his long life, which took place on the 27th June in the year just closed, he showed no relaxation in his activity. From the year 1839 Ehreuberg was an Ordinary Professor in H.he Faculty of Medicine, From 1842 he was Secretary of the Physico-mathematical Class of the Academy of Sciences, of which he had been a member since 1827. In 1^39 king Friedrich Wilhelm III, conferred upon him the great gold medal for Art and Science ; and at the same time the Crown Prince gave him a gold medal relating specially to Ehrenberg's discoveries ; the Civil Class of the order " Pour le merite " counted him as one of its members from the time of its establishment by king Friedrich Wilhelm IV, ; and foreign honours were not wanting in recognition of his scientific merits. Quite in the evening of his life he was gratified by the receipt of the large gold medal founded by the Dutch Academy of Sciences at Amsterdam in honour of Leeuwenhoek, the discoverer of the Infu-soria, and conferred for the first time unanimously upon Ehrenberg. Comls in the Hunterian Museum figured hy Ellis and Solander. To the Editors of the Annals and Magazine of Natural History. Gentlemen. — In rearranging the corals in the Hunterian Museum I recognized the nineteen specimens mentioned in the following list as figured in Ellis and Solander's work. Doubtless more of the Hunterian specimens are figured in that work ; but I have only given those which have some characteristic feature admitting of certain identification. Moreover Ellis selected for illustration jiarts only of some of the bulkier specimens. The list, however, as it stands, wiU not be without interest to those who desire that the location of type specimens should be known. I am. Gentlemen, Tours obediently, Glasgow University, Nov. 1876. John Yotjno, M.D, List of Specimens in Hunterian Museum figured in Ellis and Solander's ' Natural Histoi'y of Zoophytes.^ 1. PI. 29. Madrepora anthophyl-11. PI. 46. fig. 1. Madrepora dcB-Ktes. dalea. 2. PL 32. fig. 1. ? 12, i PL 47.^fig8. 4, 5. M. areolata. 3. PL 35. M. carduus. 13. 'JPL 48. fig. 2. M. phrygia. 4. PL 84. M. angulosa. 14. PL 60. fig. 2. M. abdita. 6. PL 38. M.ramea. 15. PL 62. M.foliosa. 6. PL 39. M. aspera. -.„ j PL 53. fig. 1. M. anmdosa. 7. PL 40. M. undata. \ figs. 6, 0. M. foveolata. 8. PL 41. figs. 1, 2. M. ampliata. 17. PI. 56. M. rotulosa. 9. PL 43. M, cinerascens, 18. PL 56. M. interstincta, 10. PL 45. M.jnleus. 19. PL-57. M. nmricata.