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New list of stuff to add from "The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom" by P. L. Simmonds

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A[edit]

  1. Albrus precatorius_, 643
  2. Acacia bark, 493
  3. Catechu_, 495, 577
  4. dealbata_, 505
  5. Acer saccharinum_, 205
  6. Acre, coffee trees to the, 69
  7. Achira plant, 355
  8. Achote, a name for arnotto, 447
  9. Acrocomia fusiformis_, 519
  10. Adeps Myristica_, 402
  11. Adme cyperus_, 626
  12. Adenanthera Pavonina_, 378
  13. Adansonia digitata_, 378
  14. African arrowroot, 353
  15. lard, 525
  16. purple millet, 307
  17. Africa, pepper grown in, 422
  18. tobacco culture in, 615
  19. Agar-Agar moss, 378, 379
  20. Agi or Guinea pepper, 429
  21. Agave Americana--a substitute for soap, 574
  22. Agaiti oil, 520
  23. Agricultural wealth of tropical regions, 2
  24. Aipi, 376
  25. Akyab, exports of rice from, 297
  26. Aleurites triloba_, 521, 538
  27. Alexandrian senna, 648
  28. Algaroba beans, 313
  29. bark, 503
  30. Algiers, tobacco culture in, 615
  31. Alizaine, 478
  32. Alkanet root, 442
  33. Allspice, the common name for pimento, 430
  34. Almond oil, 510, 533
  35. Aloes, statistics of exports from the Cape, 632
  36. varieties of, 628
  37. Alpinia Galanga_, 419
  38. Cardamomum_, 419
  39. racemosa_, 414
  40. Alstræmeria pallida_, 330
  41. Althea rosea_, 442
  42. Amaranthus gangiticus_, 434
  43. American arrowroot, 352
  44. flour, countries to which, shipped, 223
  45. Americans consume most coffee, 40
  46. Amboyna wood, 439
  47. Amomum_, species of, 419
  48. Zingiber_, 414
  49. Anacardium occidentale_, 495, 521
  50. Analyses, various, of tobacco, 592-93
  51. Analysis of the coffee plant, 49
  52. ashes of the coffee tree, 43
  53. of catechu, 579
  54. of Havana tobacco, 591, 615
  55. of other varieties, 615
  56. of oil cake, 546
  57. of soils, 617
  58. of soils, not so requisite abroad, 7
  59. of the sugar cane, by Dr. Evans, 154
  60. of sugar soils in the East, 172
  61. Anethum graveolens_, 376
  62. Sowa_, seeds of, 434
  63. Angola weed, 486
  64. Aniseed, 437
  65. Antigua arrowroot, statistics of, 353
  66. cost of cultivating sugar, 189
  67. Ants, remedy for, 181
  68. Anchusa tinctoria_, 442
  69. Andropogon, species of, 572
  70. Anileria_, a manufactory for indigo, 460
  71. Apricot oil, 511, 536
  72. Apios, 355, 371
  73. Aquilaria, species of, 439
  74. Arghel leaves, 647
  75. Arachis hypogoea_, 513
  76. Arenga saccharifera_, the _gomutus saccharifera_ of Rumphius, 136, 314
  77. Areometer, an instrument for testing oil, 532
  78. Arbor alba_, 566
  79. Areca nuts, value of the exports from Ceylon, 579
  80. palm, 577
  81. Argemone Mexicana_, 511, 521, 626
  82. Arnotto, 447
  83. Arpent, a French land measure, about one-seventh less than an acre, 251
  84. Arracan, exports of rice from, 297
  85. Arracacha esculenta_, 355, 375
  86. Arrack, 556
  87. used to flavor tobacco, 621
  88. Arroba, a Spanish weight of 25 lbs., the fourth part of a quintal.
  89. Arrowroot, Benzon's analysis of, 348
  90. culture and commerce of, 345
  91. made from the Palmyra shoots, 376
  92. starch of, 331, 334-35, 337
  93. Arsenic for steeping grain, poisonous effects from, 233
  94. Artocarpus incisa_, 318, 330
  95. Arum colocasia_, 364
  96. esculentum_, 364
  97. Rumphii_, 365
  98. Asafoetida, 633
  99. Asclepias curassavica_, 625
  100. gigantea_, 494
  101. tingens_, 442
  102. Assamee, an Indian name for the ryot or cultivator, 467
  103. Assam, introduction of tea culture, 94
  104. tea sales, 98
  105. Company, origin of, 98
  106. manufacture of tea in, 126
  107. Assaroo, rain sowing, 468
  108. Astoria theiformis_, used as tea at Santa Fe, 80
  109. Attap leaf for thatching, 405, 559
  110. Attar of roses, 570
  111. Aucklandia, 438
  112. Auracaria Bidwillii_, 377
  113. Australia, consumption of tea in, 87, 88
  114. sugar cultivation recommended, 139
  115. Austria production of beet-root sugar in, 197, 200
  116. Avicenna tomentosa_, 444
  117. Avocado seed yields a dye stuff, 444
  118. Awl tree, 443

B[edit]

  1. Babool wood, 493
  2. Bahu, a land measure in Java, equal to 71 acres.
  3. Bajree, the Indian name for Holcus Spicatus_, 306
  4. Bales of Cuba tobacco, size of, 613
  5. Balfour (Prof.) on the starch in potatoes, 330
  6. Ball's account of the cultivation, &c., of tea, 103
  7. Banana, starch in, 331
  8. Baptista tinctoria_, 453
  9. Barbacue, a platform for coffee drying, 69
  10. Baphia nitida_, 447
  11. Barbados arrowroot, 337, 353
  12. Barcelona, exports of cacao from, 13
  13. Bark of the larch, its utility, 376
  14. Barks for tanning, 492
  15. Barley, history and consumption of, 255
  16. Barrel of rice weighs 600 lbs. net, 291
  17. Barus camphor, 634
  18. Barwood, 445, 447
  19. Basket of rice, a measure equal to 55½ lbs., English,
  20. Bassia butyracea_, 136, 512
  21. Batatas edulis_, 330, 331, 357
  22. Bauhinia variegata_, 492
  23. Bayley (Mr.), on consumption of tea in the manufacturing districts
  24. Bay rush or tapioca, 376
  25. Beans, analysis of, 264
  26. Bearing time of different plants, 9
  27. Beck (Prof.) on various wheats, 222
  28. Beet root sugar produced on the Continent, 144
  29. Beet, varieties of the root, 191
  30. Belgians, large consumers of coffee, 40
  31. Belgium, production of beet root sugar in, 200
  32. Benares, production of indigo in, 475
  33. Ben, oil of, 523
  34. Bencoolen, pepper grown in, 423
  35. Bengal, cost of cultivating sugar in, 189
  36. Bennet on Ceylon, 316
  37. Bennett (Dr.), description of gambier, 500
  38. Berar, edible root of, 377
  39. Berberry, a dye stuff, 442
  40. Berbice, exports of coffee from, 73
  41. Bergamot, essence of, 566
  42. Berger's process of making rice starch, 344
  43. Bermuda arrowroot, statistics of, 353
  44. Berry wax, 540
  45. Betel leaf, 577
  46. Bhoe Moong, the Indian name for the ground nut, 515
  47. Bhull rice lands, 293
  48. Biggah, distinction between this land measure, 471
  49. Bignonia Chica_, 444
  50. Bihai, 320
  51. Bitter cassava, 331
  52. Bixa orellana_, 447
  53. Black ginger, 415
  54. Blood tree, 625
  55. Bollman (Prof.), on the potato rot, 359
  56. Bolitus used as food, 377
  57. Bonynge (Mr. F.) promotes tea culture in America, 97
  58. Borassus gomutus_, 315
  59. Borneo, pepper produced in, 422
  60. Bourbon, cacao grown in, 36
  61. Bousa, an African beer, 308
  62. Boussingault's analysis of wheat, 244
  63. Boyams, food plant, 377
  64. Bran, analysis of, 231
  65. Brassica oleracea_, oil from the seed, 539
  66. Brazilian arrowroot, 330, 367, 369
  67. Brazil, exports of coffee to America, 63
  68. Bread fruit, 318, 330
  69. Brick tea of Thibet, 92
  70. British Guiana, coffee produced in, 73
  71. Brood-boon, 319
  72. Bromelia Pinguin, fruit of, used for soap, 574
  73. Broom corn, 307, 308
  74. Brosimum alicastrum_, edible nuts of, 319
  75. Broussonitia tinctoria_, 485
  76. Brown bread, its wholesomeness, 230
  77. Bruce, (Mr. C.A.) on the manufacture of tea in Assam, 126
  78. Buchanania latifolia_, 494, 521
  79. Buckwheat, average weight of crop in New Brunswick, 253
  80. Buck yam, 333, 335, 362
  81. Bullhoof, yields a narcotic, 589
  82. Bunbury (Mr.) on Cape aloes, 632
  83. Butch wood, used to keep off ants, 181
  84. Butea frondosa_, 507
  85. Butter of cacao, 11, 12

C[edit]

  1. Cabacinha_, the Portuguese name for a purgative plant, 626
  2. Caballine aloes, 630
  3. Cacao beans or seeds, analysis of, 12
  4. Cacomite, a species of Tigridia, 374
  5. Cacoon, oil from, 511
  6. Cadet's analysis of barks, 495
  7. Cæsalpinia_, species of, 446
  8. Cæsalpinia Coriari_, 493
  9. Caffeine, analysis of, 80
  10. Cajeput oil, 566
  11. Caladium costatium_, 377
  12. Calambak wood, 439
  13. Calandra oryza_, 279
  14. Calcutta, exports of castor oil, 545
  15. Calidad, the best kind of Cuba tobacco, 613
  16. California, tea proposed to be cultivated in, 97
  17. Callistemon ellipticum_, 505
  18. Calophyllum Inophyllum_, 513
  19. Calumba plant, 638
  20. Calumbin, 638
  21. Calystegia sepium_, 642
  22. Camassia esculenta_, 376
  23. Camata, a variety of valonia, 508
  24. Camelina sativa_, 509, 511, 564
  25. Camotes, a Spanish name for the sweet potato, 375
  26. Camæladia ilicifolia_, 628
  27. Campbell (Dr. A.), on the tea culture at Darjeeling, 116
  28. Camphor, on the collection of, 633
  29. Cannabis indica_, 643
  30. Camwood, 447
  31. Canada, production of maple sugar in, 206
  32. Canadian yellow root, 626
  33. Canary Isles, millet exported from, 306
  34. Candleberry myrtle, 540
  35. Candlewood, 539
  36. Candles made of cinnamon suet, 390
  37. Candle tree, 521, 538
  38. Cane sugar, composition of, 136, 155, 157
  39. Canella alba_, 396
  40. Canna, species of, 355
  41. Canothus Americanus_, used as tea, 80
  42. Caoutchouc, 539
  43. Capa, a term in Cuba for good tobacco, 614
  44. Cape aloes, manufacture of, 631
  45. Capsicum, 428
  46. Carapa_, species yielding oil, 518
  47. Caracas, large produce of cacao in, 13
  48. Caraveru, a red pigment, 444
  49. Carraway seed oil, 437, 566
  50. Cardomoms, bastard, 419
  51. Carduus Virginianus_, 376
  52. Carob bean, 312, 313
  53. Carolina rice, shipments of, 285
  54. Carrageen, 379
  55. Carrots, average weight per bushel in New Brunswick, 253
  56. Carthamus tinctoria_, 450
  57. Caruto, a name for the Lana dye, 444
  58. Carver's treatise on tobacco culture, 607
  59. Carum carui_, 566
  60. Caryophyllus aromaticus_, 397
  61. Caryota urens_, 314
  62. Cascarilla bark, 396
  63. Cashew bark, 495
  64. Cassareep, an antiseptic, 339, 343, 369
  65. Cassava cakes, 342
  66. Cassia, a rival to cinnamon, 391
  67. Castor oil, 510, 511, 527, 536, 542, 563
  68. Catechu or Cutch, 579
  69. Cattle, consumption of Indian corn by, 271
  70. Catty, a Chinese weight, 400
  71. Cayenne, nutmeg introduced, 412
  72. Celastrus paniculatus_, 521
  73. Celebes, coffee grown in, 62
  74. Centrifugal machine for sugar, 140
  75. Cephælis Ipecacuanhæ_, 641
  76. Ceratonia siliqua_, 312, 313
  77. Cereal grasses, 216
  78. Ceroxyion andicola_, 541
  79. Cersium virginianum_, 376
  80. Cetraria islandica_, 343, 379
  81. Ceylon arrowroot, 353
  82. Ceylon, exports of castor oil from, 545
  83. Chay root, 449, 478
  84. Chamarops Palmetto_, 495
  85. Chandu, the prepared extract of the opium, 585
  86. Chenopodium quinon_, 310
  87. Cherrots, Manilla, 619
  88. Chesnuts, consumed in France, 361
  89. Chest of opium, about 140 lbs., 58
  90. Chick pea, 312
  91. Chicory, extensive consumption of, 37
  92. Chillies, growth of, 428
  93. Chimo, powdered potatoes, 361
  94. China, population of, 86
  95. Chinese arrowroot, 352
  96. Chironia sapinda_, 521
  97. Chloranthus_, flowers used to flavor tea, 85
  98. Chocolate nuts, 11
  99. Christison (Prof.), analysis of gamboge, 640
  100. Chiretta, 641
  101. Chrysoptranic acid, 488
  102. Cibotium Billardieri_, 380
  103. Cigars, consumption of, 596
  104. Cinchona bark, 635
  105. Cinnamon, 382
  106. Citronella oil, 565, 573
  107. Clagett and Co.'s (Messrs.) tobacco circulars, 601
  108. Clarifying cane juice, 155
  109. Clark, (Mr.) on a new variety of tobacco, 613
  110. Classification and arrangement adopted in the work, 5
  111. Claytonia acutiflora_, 371
  112. Clerihew's coffee apparatus, 52
  113. Climate suited for various plants, 9
  114. Clove bark, 383
  115. Cloves, 397
  116. Cobres a first quality of indigo, 456
  117. Coca plant, 576
  118. Cocculus indicus_, 576
  119. Cochin China, coco nut oil exported from, 556
  120. Cochineal, value of the dye stuff, 440
  121. Cocoa, see Cacao, 9
  122. Cocos nucifera_, 547
  123. Cocum oil, 521
  124. Coffee, adulteration of, and substitutes for, 37
  125. Coimbatore, culture of tobacco in, 618.
  126. Coir, Coco nut, 551, 552, 555, 556.
  127. Colman (Mr.), on grain production, 219
  128. Colocasia_, varieties of cultivated, 364
  129. Colocynth_, 638
  130. Colombo root, 638
  131. Coloring principles of the lichens, 487
  132. Colza oil, 510, 513, 539
  133. Conium Arracacha_, 375
  134. Connecticut, culture of tobacco in, 606
  135. Consumption of rhubarb, 645
  136. Convolvulus Jalapa_, 641
  137. Conquin tay, plantain meal, 324
  138. Constantinople opium, 585
  139. Consumption of arrowroot, 354
  140. Convolvulus batatas_, 333, 334, 356
  141. Coolies employed in Mauritius, 150
  142. Copey, a Cuba dye wood, 485
  143. Copperah, 536, 549, 556, 560, 661
  144. Corakan flour, 304
  145. Coriander seed, 437
  146. Coriaria myrtifolia_, 493
  147. Cork tree bark, 504
  148. Corn, the common name for maize in America, 270
  149. Cortes, a description of indigo, 456
  150. Corypha umbraculifera_, 316
  151. Costus Arabicus_, 438
  152. Costa Rica, production of coffee in, 41, 64
  153. Cotton, information respecting, 9
  154. Courida bark, 495
  155. Cow-itch, 625
  156. Crane potato, 372
  157. Crawfurd (Mr. J.), estimate of pepper produce, 422
  158. Croix lachryma_, 304
  159. Crop hogshead of tobacco, weight of, 605
  160. Croton Cascarilla_, 396
  161. Cuba, coffee plantations in, 77
  162. Cubebs, medicinal, 639
  163. Cucumber seed oil, 512
  164. Cucumis Colocynthus_, 638
  165. Cudbear, imports of, 486
  166. Culilaban bark, 383
  167. Curcuma longa_, 419
  168. Curry stuff, imports into Ceylon, 434
  169. Cush, an Indian name for millet, 306
  170. Cutch, the Indian name for catechu, or gambier, 600
  171. Cuyupa, an Indian tuber, 374
  172. Cycas circinalis_, 314
  173. Cynamchum_ leaves, 649
  174. Cynosurus corocanus_, 306
  175. Cytisus Cajan_, 304

D[edit]

  1. Dacrydium cupressinum_, 505
  2. Dadap, a prop for the pepper, 425, 42
  3. Datisca cannabina_, 442
  4. Davis' (Dr.), analysis of maize, 265
  5. Day's analysis of barks, 495
  6. Demerara, exports of coffee from, 73
  7. Dholl, the Indian name for varieties of Cajanus_, 312
  8. Dhak tree, bark of, 507
  9. Dhurra, the Egyptian name for millet, 306
  10. Dicypellium caryophyllatum_, 384
  11. Didynamia gymosperma_, 520
  12. Dietetic articles used for the preparation of popular beverages, 11
  13. Dillock, a preparation with cayenne, 429
  14. Dioscorea aculeata_, 334, 362
  15. Diospyros glutinosa_, 494
  16. Dipterix odorata_, 434
  17. Dipterocarpus_, oil from, 511
  18. Divi-divi, 503
  19. Division of seasons in the tropics, 6
  20. Dodder cake, 564
  21. Dogwood, bark of, 627
  22. Dolichos biflorus_, varieties of, 312
  23. Domba oil, 513
  24. Dominica, exports of coffee from, 73
  25. Dracæna terminalis_, 355
  26. Drimys bark, 636
  27. Dryobalanops, species furnishing camphor, 634
  28. Dubranfaut's process of sugar making, 197, 201
  29. Dunsterville (Mr.), on Cape aloes, 631
  30. Duquesne (M.), process of making sugar from beet, 202
  31. Duration of various plants, 9
  32. Dutch pound, lighter than the English avoirdupoise pound; 100 Dutch pounds equal to 101 and 1-5th lbs.
  33. Dutch West Indies, production of coffee in, 41
  34. Duty, large, levied on tobacco, 598
  35. Dye stuffs, various, 440
  36. Dye woods, 445, 447

E[edit]

  1. Eagle wood, 439
  2. Earth mouse, 374
  3. Earth-nut oil, 513
  4. East India ginger, 416, 418
  5. East Indies, imports of indigo from, 477
  6. Eddoes or cocos, 364
  7. Edward's preserved potatoes, 361
  8. Egyptian corn, 307
  9. Elais, species furnishing palm oil, 524
  10. Elate sylvestris_ fruit, a masticatory, 579
  11. Elettaria Cardomomum_, 421
  12. Eleusine corocana_, 304
  13. Encephalartos cafer_, 319
  14. English opium, 586
  15. Eno bark, a black dye, 444
  16. Epidendrum_, species of, 431
  17. Ervum lens_, 312
  18. Erythric acid, 489
  19. Erythrina, a shade tree for the cacao, 15
  20. Erysimum perfoliatum_, oil from, 512
  21. Essences, 565
  22. Essential oils, 565
  23. Ethiopian pepper, 421
  24. Eucalyptus_, bark of, for tanning, 494
  25. Eugenia caryophyllata_, 397
  26. Eulophia virens_, 354
  27. Eupatorium glutinosum_, 643
  28. Euphorbia Lathyris_, 510
  29. Euterpe montana_, 549
  30. Evans' (Dr.) Sugar Planter's Manual, 140
  31. Evernia vulpina_, 488
  32. Evodia triphylla_, used as a perfume, 550

F[edit]

  1. Factory maund, about 70 pounds, 471
  2. Fagara piperita_, 421
  3. Fanega, a Spanish measure, the fifth part of an English quarter, equal to 12 quarrees, or 62 and 2-5ths acres, 13, 327
  4. Fanegada, a Spanish land measure, 9
  5. Farinaceous plants, 216
  6. Fennel flower, 421
  7. Ferula asafoetida_, 633
  8. Fern roots as food, 377, 380
  9. Fevillea scandens_, 511
  10. Finlayson's description of gambier manufacture, 500
  11. Fish oils consumed, 509
  12. Fitzmaurice on the sugar cane, 180
  13. Fixed oils, 510
  14. Flax seed oil, 509, 501
  15. Flores, a commercial classification of indigo, 456
  16. Florida, tobacco culture in, 609
  17. Flour, damaged, shipped from America, 227
  18. Flowering of the sugar cane, 182
  19. Food plants of commerce, 217
  20. Foo-foo, the dough of the plantain, 324
  21. Fortune (Mr. R.) on the tea districts, 89
  22. Fortune's (Mr. R.) wanderings in China, 103
  23. Fownes (Mr.) on clarifying cane juice, 164
  24. France, production of beet sugar in, 194, 200
  25. Frazla, the Arabian name for a bale of variable weight, in Mocha about 16 lbs. avoirdupoise,
  26. Free trade policy, effects of, 2
  27. French berries for dyeing, 443
  28. Fucus amylaceus_, 380
  29. Fundi or Fundungi, an African grain, 310
  30. Fustic, 445, 447, 485

G[edit]

  1. Gallipoli oil, 531
  2. Gallo tannic acid, 492
  3. Galidupa arborea_, 521
  4. Garancine, quantity and value of, 483, 484
  5. Gambier plant, 496
  6. Gamboge, 451
  7. Garcinea elliptica_, 451
  8. Garbelled, a term for sorted or picked
  9. Gabilla, a finger or hank of tobacco, 613
  10. Galangale root, 351, 418
  11. Garcinea Gambogia_, 640
  12. Garnett (Mr. A.) on the culture of the plantain, 320
  13. Galam butter, 538
  14. Gastrodia sesamoides_, 375
  15. Gesner (Dr.), plants recommended by, for cultivation, 371
  16. Genipa Americana_, 444
  17. Genista tinctorea_, 453
  18. Gentian, plants furnishing it, 640
  19. Ghee, 538
  20. Ginger, culture of, 414
  21. Gin, made from rye in Holland, 258
  22. Gigartina Iichenoides_, 379
  23. Gingelie seed oil, 511, 533
  24. Ginseng, 436
  25. Glen (Mr. J.), his experiments on Cassava starch, 370
  26. Gloves made from bark, 376
  27. Gluten contained in various grain crops, 264
  28. Gluten, composition of, 221
  29. Glycirrhiza, 643
  30. Glyrine Apios_, 371
  31. Glycerine, 643
  32. Glycirrhiza glabra_, 642
  33. Gnizotia oleifera_, 535
  34. Gohyan, an Indian name for upland rice, 282
  35. Gold of pleasure oil, 509
  36. Gomuti palm sugar, 136
  37. Gomatus saccharifer_, 314
  38. Goor, the Indian name for half-made sugar, 308
  39. Gorham's (Prof.) analysis of maize, 264
  40. Gourds used for packing aloes, 630
  41. Gracelaria lichenoides_, 379
  42. Graham (Dr.), on gamboge, 639
  43. Gram, the Indian name for the Ervum lens_, and _Cicer arietinum_, 312
  44. Grain crops, 217
  45. Grape sugar, properties of, 136
  46. Grater for rasping arrowroot, 338
  47. Grenada, cost of cultivating sugar in, 189
  48. Great Exhibition, results of, 2
  49. Green tea, mode of manufacturing, 113
  50. Griffith (Dr.) on tea plants in Assam, 111
  51. Groundnut oil, 511
  52. Guano, not much required in tropical countries, 7
  53. Guayaquil, large exports of cocoa from, 13
  54. Guazuma ulmifolia_, 164
  55. Guillemen's (M.) report on the tea plantations of Brazil, 128
  56. Guiana, cost of cultivating sugar in, 189
  57. Guinea pepper, 429
  58. Gums used by the dyers, 453
  59. Gum tree of Australia, 494
  60. Gun stock tree, 164
  61. Gunnera scabra_, 495
  62. Gunny bags, rough canvas bags, 392
  63. Guntang, an Indian dry measure of rather more than 15 pounds, 297
  64. Guaco, or snake plant, 627
  65. Gynerium saccharoides_, 136
  66. Gyrophora murina_, 486


H[edit]

  1. Hamatoxylon campechianum_, 484
  2. Hamilton (Dr.), on oil of ben, 523
  3. Havana tobacco, classification of, 613
  4. Hayti, exports of tobacco, 615
  5. Hazel nut, oil from, 510
  6. Hebradendron Cambogoides_, 451, 639
  7. Heather, dye from, 453
  8. Hectare, a French land measure, equal to about 2½ acres, 204
  9. Hectolitre, a French measure 192¼ bushel's
  10. Helot's lichen test, 452
  11. Herreria sarsaparilla, 646
  12. Heliconia humilis_, 320
  13. Hemlock tree, bark of, 494
  14. Hemp seed oil, 509
  15. Henna, a dye stuff, 486
  16. Hepatic aloes, 630
  17. Herring's palm kernel oil, 525
  18. Hernandez (Mr.) on Cuba tobacco, 608
  19. Heuchera Americana_, 494
  20. Hibiscus rosa sinensis_, 494
  21. Hingalee, the best Bengal tobacco, 617
  22. Hino bark, 606
  23. Hogs, large consumption of maize by, 271
  24. Holcomb (Mr.) on the wheat crop of America, 245
  25. Holcus avenaceus_, 307
  26. Holland, tea sent to, 86
  27. Honduras, export of indigo from, 460
  28. Hooker (Dr.) on brick tea, 92
  29. Hops, cascarilla bark used to adulterate, 397
  30. Horse gram, 312
  31. Hungary, production of beet sugar in, 197
  32. Hura crepitans_, 512, 626
  33. Husking rice, 290
  34. Hydraulic press for coco nut oil, 557
  35. Hydrastica canadensis_, 625
  36. Hymenoea Courbaril_, 313
  37. Hyperanthera Moringa_, 523
  38. Hypericum, species of, furnishes gamboge, 454, 640

I[edit]

  1. Iceland moss, 343, 379
  2. Illepe oil, 537, 511
  3. Ilex Paraguayensis_, indigenous to Brazil, 130
  4. Illicum anisatum_, 438
  5. Impey (Dr.) on Malwa opium, 587
  6. Implements of colonial agriculture few and simple, 6
  7. Imports of arrowroot, 351, 354
  8. Import commerce, our principal, articles furnished by the Vegetable Kingdom, 4
  9. Incense wood, 439
  10. Indigo, details of, 453
  11. Indigofera_, species of, 453
  12. India, tea culture in, 98
  13. Indiana, tobacco culture in, 607
  14. Indian aloes, 630
  15. Indian corn, weight of, 280
  16. Intoxicating liquors made from Cassava, 369
  17. Iodine, 378
  18. Ipecacuan, bastard, 653
  19. Ipomoea batatas_, 365
  20. Ireland, tobacco consumed in, 596
  21. Irish rock moss, 379
  22. Iron, quantity of, in tobacco, 617
  23. Irrigation for the tea plant never practised in China, 122
  24. Isatis Indigotica_,104

J[edit]

  1. Jaggery sugar, 555
  2. Japanese camphor, 633
  3. Japan, tea culture, 94
  4. Jatropha curcas_, oil from, 512
  5. Jacobson's (Mr.) work on tea culture in Java, 102
  6. Jalap, 641
  7. Jamaica, cost of cultivating sugar in, 189
  8. Jameson (Dr.) on the culture of tea in India, 106
  9. Java, cinnamon cultivated in, 383, 392
  10. Jack fruit tree, 319
  11. Janipha, starch in, 331
  12. Jasmine oil, 570, 574
  13. Jatropha gossypyfolia_, 625
  14. Jellies, clearness of, 337
  15. Jesuit's bark, 635
  16. Joar, the Indian name of the Sorghum vulgare_ or millet, 304, 306
  17. Job's tears, 304
  18. Johnson (Dr.) on manufacture of rose water, 570
  19. Jones's process for making rice starch, 344
  20. Jumowah, irrigated sowings, 468
  21. Juniperus, oil of, 565

K[edit]

  1. Kafir bread, 319
  2. Kamas root, an edible, 376
  3. Kanari kernels made into cakes, 547
  4. Katjang oil, produce of the ground nut, 515, 299
  5. Kawan, the Java tallow tree, 511
  6. Kashmir, culture of rice in, 295
  7. Kemmayes, an Arabian truffle, 381
  8. Kew Gardens, tea plant grows in, 101
  9. Kekune oil, 539
  10. Kentucky tobacco, statistics of, 598, 600
  11. Keora oil, 565
  12. Khoonte, the Indian name for a second cutting, 471
  13. Kiln-drying madder, 481
  14. Kilogramme, a French weight, equal to 21bs. 3oz. avoird., 194
  15. Kino, Australian, 506
  16. Knowltonia vessicatoria_, 626
  17. Koster's Travels in Brazil, 186
  18. Kous-kous, 311
  19. Kooyah plant, 376
  20. Kukui oil, 539
  21. Kumaon, tea plantations in, 117

L[edit]

  1. Laudanum, 584
  2. Lawsonia inermis_, 486
  3. Laminaria saccharina_, 379
  4. Lathyrus tuberosus_,374
  5. Larch bark edible, 376
  6. Laurus camphora_, 633, 35
  7. La Guayra, cacao from, 13
  8. Lana dye, 444
  9. Lecythis Tabucajo_, 512
  10. Lemon grass oil, 672
  11. Legumes, varieties of, 312
  12. Lecanora, species of, 432
  13. Lentils, 312
  14. Leaf tobacco shipped from the Havana, 614
  15. Liberia, suitability for coffee culture, 77
  16. Lichen tribe as food, 378
  17. Lichens, 486
  18. Lichenin, 343
  19. Licospermun racemosum_, 605
  20. Lindley (Dr.) on the cinchonas, 635
  21. Litmus, 452
  22. Lignum aloes, 439
  23. Litre, a French measure, equal to 1¾ English pint nearly, 202
  24. Lime, its influence on cane juice, 161
  25. Lindley (Prof.) on the wheat of South Australia, 221
  26. Lindley's classification of the plantain tribe, 322
  27. Liptospermum, oil of, 565
  28. Lilium Pomponium_, 356
  29. Lindley (Dr.) on the lichens, 486
  30. Linseed, 535
  31. Little (Mr.) on opium, 587
  32. Libra, a Spanish kind of tobacco, 613
  33. Liquorice, 642
  34. Logwood, 445, 447, 484
  35. Lotus seeds, used as food, 356
  36. Locust tree, 313
  37. Louisiana, cost of producing sugar in, 189
  38. Loxa bark, 636
  39. Luffas, properties of, 626
  40. Luggie, a measuring rod, 471
  41. Lucca oil, 531

M[edit]

  1. Macfarlane (Mr. A.) on the tea plant,117
  2. Madder, culture of, 478
  3. Madia sativa_ oil, 520
  4. Mahowa oil, 537
  5. Maclura tinctoria_, 485
  6. Mauritius weed, 486
  7. Mangrove bark, for tanning, 493
  8. Mac Micking (Mr.) on making cigars, 620
  9. Margose oil, 537
  10. Macaw tree, 519
  11. Maxwell (Dr.) on Neem oil, 537
  12. Marc of olives, 531
  13. Mango, kernel of, for bread, 378
  14. Marmala water, 574
  15. Malabar cardamoms, 419
  16. Manila, exports of indigo from, 476
  17. Mattrasses, stuffed with blades of Indian corn, 281
  18. Macculloch's (Mr.) estimate of indigo, 478
  19. Maize, number of varieties cultivated, 278
  20. Malphigia bark, for tanning, 495
  21. Maslin, quantity grown in France, 250
  22. Mace, imports of, 414
  23. Malt, quantity made, 255
  24. Mahoe, furnishes a dye stuff, 444
  25. Mauritius, exports of pepper, 426
  26. Mangrove bark, 450, 506
  27. Madagascar cardamoms, 419
  28. Mangostana Gambogia_, 451, 640
  29. Maple sugar, 205
  30. Manettia glabra_, 641
  31. Madeira, introduction of the tea plant, 94
  32. Madras, tea culture suitable for, 101
  33. Marah (Mr.) prize essay on coffee culture, 69
  34. Malambo bark, 636
  35. Machinery for sugar, 140
  36. Magdalena river, cacao indigenous on its shores, 14
  37. Magnolia fuseata_, used to flavor tea, 85
  38. Majoon, an opium confection, 585
  39. Malabar, production of coffee in, 41
  40. Malwa opium, 580
  41. Manure, a special for tobacco, 592
  42. Manures, suited to the coffee tree, 50
  43. Manioc, see Cassava
  44. Manihot, species of, 367
  45. Mansana, a land measure of 100 square yards, or nearly two British statute acres, 455
  46. Manyroot, 625
  47. Maranta arundinacea_, juice of an antidote to poisons, 627
  48. Marattia alata_, 380
  49. Maryland tobacco, statistics of, 598, 600
  50. Mate, a name for the Paraguay tea, 133
  51. Matico, 643
  52. Matias bark, 636
  53. Maund of Surat, 39¼ lbs.
  54. Melaleuca minor_, 566
  55. Metrosideros tomentosa_, 505
  56. Mesembryanthemum nodiflorum_, 494
  57. Menispermum coceulus_, 576
  58. Megass, a name given to the dried cane stems, or trash used for fuel, 168
  59. Meleguetta pepper, 420
  60. Melsen's process of sugar boiling, 203
  61. Mespilus Bengalensis_, 443
  62. Mendo, a wild sweet potato of North America, 372
  63. Menomine, an Indian edible root, 372
  64. Mexican thistle, 626
  65. Mexico, imports of indigo from, 477
  66. Metroxylon sagus_, 314
  67. Millet, varieties of, cultivated, 304
  68. Miller on tobacco culture, 608
  69. Mill, rude one, used in Siam for hulling paddy, 302
  70. Mills for cleaning rice, 286, 288
  71. Minot, a Canadian grain measure about one-eighth less than a bushel, 251
  72. Milloco, a tuberous plant, 374
  73. Mint, culture of, 567
  74. Mimosa bark, 504
  75. Mico or mijo, a vegetable butter made in Java, 313, 512
  76. Monkey bread, 378
  77. Morinda, species of, 443, 449
  78. Morewood (Mr. E.), his exertions in Natal, 140
  79. Mocha, production of coffee in, 41
  80. Mother cloves, definition of, 397
  81. Moussache, the fecula of the manioc, 315
  82. Mountain rice, 285, 290, 296
  83. Morphia, proportion in opium, 584, 585
  84. Mora excelsa_, 495
  85. Morinda citrifolia_, 478
  86. Moringa oil, 523
  87. Musa, species of, 319
  88. Musquash root of the Micmacs, 371
  89. Mustard seed, 437
  90. Muscovado sugar, cost of producing, 189
  91. Mucuna pruriens_, 625
  92. Muchowa_ oil, 511
  93. Musa textilis_, 321
  94. Mustard oil, 510, 511
  95. Munjeet, 449
  96. Munjestha_, 484
  97. Muracuja ocellata_, a narcotic, 489
  98. Myrica cerifera_, 494, 540
  99. Myrtus carophyllata_, 284
  100. Myristica_, varieties of the tree, 401
  101. Myrobolans, 506
  102. Myrtle wax, 540
  103. Mysore, production of coffee in, 41

N[edit]

  1. Napoota_ oil, 620
  2. Nauclea Gambir_, 496
  3. Namur oil, 572
  4. Natal Agricultural Society, its endeavours to promote sugar cultivation, 139
  5. Narthex asafoetida_, 633
  6. Nelumbium_, seed of, as food, 378
  7. New South Wales, suited for madder, 482
  8. Negrohead tobacco, 601
  9. New Orleans, capabilities for rice culture, 287
  10. Nerium_, 453
  11. Neem tree oil, 511, 537
  12. Nicaragua wood, 445, 447
  13. Nipa fruticana_, 136
  14. Nipah, leaf for thatching, 559
  15. Nicotine, 590
  16. Nicotium_, species of the plant, 590
  17. Nitrogen, in grain, 307
  18. Nigella, species of, 421
  19. North West Provinces, tea culture in, 117
  20. Nostoe edulis_, 378
  21. Northern Australia, directions for growing tobacco, 623
  22. Nut oil, price of, 517
  23. Nutgall, tannin in, 492, 495
  24. Nut pine, 377
  25. Nutmeg tree, 401
  26. Nux vomica_, 577
  27. Nyctanthes arbortristes_, 494
  28. Nymphæa lotus_, starch obtained from, 352

O[edit]

  1. Oats, proportion of oil in, 564
  2. Oatmeal, imported 218
  3. Oats and beans, produce of in England, 248
  4. Oak bark, tannin in, 492
  5. Ocas, a tuberous plant, 374
  6. Ocoes or taniers, 331
  7. Ocymum tuberosum_, 356, 367
  8. Ohio tobacco, statistics of, 598, 600
  9. Oil of aniseed, 438
  10. Oil, proportions of in various crops, 264
  11. Oil of cubebs, 639
  12. Oil of cloves, 398
  13. Oilcake as a manure, 50
  14. Oil palm, 525
  15. Oils, burning properties of various, 508
  16. Oldenlandia umbellata_, 449
  17. Oleaginous plants, 509
  18. Olea fragrans_, 528
  19. Olives, mode of preserving the fruit, 530
  20. Olive oil, prices of, 531
  21. Omen-e-chah, the Indian name for a wild bean, 372
  22. Onions, planted with arrow root, 347
  23. Ophelia chitrata_, 641
  24. Opium, history and trade of, 580
  25. Orceine, 488
  26. Orchilla weed, 452
  27. Orchids furnishing salep, 354
  28. Orituco cacao, superior quality of, 14
  29. Oryza, varieties of, 284
  30. Orlong, a land measure in the East, equal to 1-1/3 acre, 297
  31. O'Shaughnessy's analysis of Ceylon moss, 380
  32. Oswego starch factory, 343
  33. Otto of khuskhus, 573
  34. Otaheite cane, 153
  35. Oude, production of indigo in, 464, 475
  36. Oxalic acid, used for vinegar, 312
  37. Oxley (Dr.) on nutmeg culture, 402

P[edit]

  1. Paddy, a name for rice in the husk, 297
  2. Patchouly, 537
  3. Pannam kilingoes, 376
  4. Parchment coffee, 60
  5. Pao Crava_, one of the spice barks, 384
  6. Pachyrrhizus angulatus_, 377
  7. Palm oil, imports of, 527
  8. Palm oil, 509, 524
  9. Palma Christi, 542
  10. Palmetto palm, 495
  11. Palmyra nut, first shoot of, edible, 376
  12. Pan, a masticatory, 577
  13. Pancratium, species of, 625
  14. Pandanus, fruit of eaten as food, 377
  15. Panicum, various species of, 304
  16. Panax quinquefolium_, 436
  17. Palos de Velas_, 521
  18. Paper made from plantain fibre, 335
  19. Papsalum exile_, 310
  20. Papaver somniferum_, 580
  21. Paraguay tea plant common in Brazil. 130
  22. Parietinic acid, 488
  23. Parmenteira cerifera_, 521
  24. Parmelia, species of lichens, 486
  25. Peas, analysis of, 264
  26. Peeling coffee, 51, 60
  27. Peligot (Mr.) on the composition of wheat, 230
  28. Pepper, black, 421
  29. Peppermint oil, 566
  30. Peon, the Spanish term for a laborer, 135
  31. Persea gratissima_, 444
  32. Perfumed oils, 569
  33. Persian berries, 443
  34. Peas imported, 218
  35. Pessaloo, an Indian name for the Phaseolus mungo_
  36. Pereira's classification of the cinchonas, 636
  37. Peruvian bark, 635
  38. Pearl sago, 318
  39. Piper angustifolium_, 643
  40. Petty rice, 310
  41. Pekea_, species of, yielding oil, 512
  42. Pea-nut, 516
  43. Persian tobacco, 615
  44. Phaseolus, varieties of, 312
  45. Phaseolus Mungo max_, 171
  46. Phalaris caniesis_, 314
  47. Phlomis, 643
  48. Philippines, cassia brought from, 394
  49. Philippine Islands, sugar cultivation in, 153
  50. Philippines, export of indigo from, 476
  51. Phillip's (Dr.) analyses of Guinea corn, 307
  52. Phyllodadus trichomanoides_, 505
  53. Physic nut, 512, 625
  54. Picul, a Dutch weight of 133-1/3 English pounds, 36
  55. Piddington's (Mr.) analyses of tobacco, 617
  56. Pigeon-pea, 304
  57. Pignons, use of as food, 377
  58. Pimpinella Anisitm_, 437
  59. Pimento, 430
  60. Pinang, nutmegs in, 412
  61. Piper Betel, 577
  62. Pinus Pinea_, seeds of the cones used for food, 377
  63. Piney tallow, 512
  64. Plantation sugar, imports, 139
  65. Plantado passado, 323
  66. Plantain, dye stuffs obtained from, 444
  67. Planche, his memoir on the sagos, 315
  68. Plumeria_, essences of, 524
  69. Plectranthus graveolens_, 573
  70. Plough used in Brazil, 184
  71. Polygonum fagopyrum_, 260
  72. Poa Abyssinica_, 308
  73. Pomegranates, for dyeing, 440
  74. Potash an important element in maize, 267
  75. Potatoes, mode of keeping in Peru, 361
  76. Potato, information respecting, 10
  77. Poisons, 627
  78. Pomme des Prairies_, of the Canadians, 373
  79. Pounding coffee, 61
  80. Population of Great Britain, &c., 87
  81. Porto Rico, exports of coffee, 77
  82. Poonac, as manure, 50
  83. Pomegranate bark, 493, 495
  84. Poonay oil, 511-13
  85. Polygonum tinctorium_, 453
  86. Pongamia glabra_, 521
  87. Pogostemon patchouly_, 573
  88. Poppy, culture of, 581
  89. Polypodium crassifolium_, used as a perfume, 550
  90. Preserved Plantains, 323
  91. Prices, average of sugar, 145
  92. Prickly poppy, 626
  93. Princeza snuff, 594
  94. Prince of Wales Island, clove culture in, 399
  95. Prosopis pallida_, 313
  96. Protein compounds, 307, 310, 342
  97. Produce of various plants, 9
  98. Production, average of various plants, 9
  99. Provence oil, 531
  100. Province Wellesley, clove culture in, 400
  101. Prussia, tobacco consumed by, 596
  102. Pruning coffee tree, 69
  103. Psoralia, varieties of, 372
  104. Pteris esculenta_, 380
  105. Pterocarpus marsupium_, 493
  106. Pulping mill for coffee, 51
  107. Purging nut, 625
  108. Pulse, culture of, 312
  109. Putchuk or Costus, 438
  110. Punjaub, proposed culture of tea in, 101
  111. Pustulatus_ moss, 486

Q[edit]

  1. Qually, an iron vessel for drying sago, 317
  2. Quarree, a Spanish land measure, about 5¾ English acres, 326
  3. Quassia wood, 643
  4. Quas, a fermented Russian beverage, 308
  5. Quercitron, 443
  6. Quercus tinctoria_, 443, 485
  7. Quintal, the Spanish cwt., equal to 101¾ lbs. English,
  8. Quinine, imports of, 636
  9. Quillai, bark of, used for soap, 574
  10. Quinoa, 310

R[edit]

  1. Railways, large consumption of oil for, 513
  2. Ramos (Mr.) his dessicating agent for sugar, 140, 162
  3. Ramalina fufuracea_, 486
  4. Ram-til, 535
  5. Ramsay (Mr. C. J.) on beet sugar manufacture, 200
  6. Ranunculus, properties of, 626
  7. Rape oil, 609
  8. Rape seed, quantity imported, 563
  9. Raphis fabelliformis_, 314
  10. Red pepper, 429
  11. Reseda lutea_, 452
  12. Revenue from sugar, 143
  13. Rhamnus, varieties of, 442
  14. Rhizaphora mangle_, 493, 506
  15. Rhubarb, 644
  16. Rhus, species of, 450
  17. Ricinus communis_, 542
  18. Rial, a Spanish coin worth 6d., 135
  19. Rice starch, 344
  20. Rice imported, 218
  21. Richardsonia scabra_, 641
  22. Rimu, or red pine, 505
  23. Robertson (Mr.) on the collection of Paraguay tea, 133
  24. Robiquet (E.) analysis of aloes, 629
  25. Rocella dye, 452
  26. Room, an Indian dye stuff, 443
  27. Roucou, a name for arnotto, 447
  28. Rotation of crops, 243
  29. Root crops, 355
  30. Rollers, proportionate advantages of those with 3 & 4, 168
  31. Roxburgh on the sugar cane, 179
  32. Roses, cultivation of, 570
  33. Rottlera tinctoria_, 442
  34. Royle's (Prof.) productive resources of India, 103
  35. Rubia cordifolia_, 484
  36. Ruellia tuberosa_, 625
  37. Ruellia, a dye stuff, 443
  38. Rupee, an Indian coin worth about, 2s
  39. Russia, production of beet sugar in, 199
  40. Rye, analysis of, 258

S[edit]

  1. Sappan wood, 445, 446, 447
  2. Salisbury (Dr.), analysis of maize, 265
  3. Saxony, beet sugar manufacture in, 199
  4. Salt, recommended as a fertiliser, 172
  5. Santalum album_, 565
  6. Saa-ga-ban root of the Indians, 371
  7. Saga, the Java name for bread, 314
  8. Saccharum sinensis_ of Roxburgh, 136, 169
  9. Safflower, 450
  10. Salangore sugar cane, an excellent variety, 154
  11. Sandwich Islands, arrowroot made in, 352
  12. Sandbox, seeds of, emetic, 626
  13. Saul tree, wood useful for tea boxes, 114
  14. Sarsaparilla, 645
  15. Saguerus Rumphii_, 314, 316
  16. Salep, 354
  17. Samshing, a refuse produce of opium, 585
  18. Sandoway in Arracan produces superior tobacco, 616
  19. Saponaceous plants, 674
  20. Sapindus, varieties of, 574
  21. Salvadora persica_, 521
  22. Sapindus marginatus_, 521
  23. Saouari oil, 512
  24. Sanguinaria canadensis_, 511
  25. Scammony, 642
  26. Scharling's (Dr.) test for adulterated arrowroot, 349
  27. Schomburgk (Sir R.), arrowroot forwarded by, 352
  28. Scotland, produce of grain in, 249
  29. Seed leaf tobacco, 606
  30. Senna, varieties of, 647
  31. Sesame oil, 511, 533
  32. Setaria italica_, 305
  33. Shanghae oil, 511
  34. Sheet lead, manufacture of for tea cases, 114
  35. Shorea robusta_, 114, 521
  36. Shier (Dr.), his opinion on cassava starch, 370
  37. Shea butter, 538
  38. Shiraz tobacco, 613
  39. Sicily oil, 531
  40. Siam gamboge, 639
  41. Sidu lanceolata_, 574
  42. Sugar, obtained from the palm tree, 314
  43. Simaruba amara_, 643
  44. Singapore, produce of gambier in, 501
  45. Sinapis, species of, yielding oil, 512
  46. Silica, essential for wheat soils, 240
  47. Singhara nuts, 378
  48. Sinde, culture of rice in, 293
  49. Smith (Dr.), his experiments in tea culture in America, 95
  50. Snuff, duty received on, 597
  51. Sorghum officinarum_, 136
  52. Soap, made from coco-nut oil, 559, 562
  53. Soil suited to coffee, 68
  54. Solly (Prof.) on the want of a hand-hook for the cultivator, 1
  55. Society of Arts, premiums offered by, 2
  56. Soconusco, the finest cacao, 13
  57. Socotrine aloes, analysis of, 629
  58. Soja hispida_, 313
  59. Soy, mode of making, 313
  60. Sohrinjee oil, 478, 523
  61. South Australia, tobacco culture in, 624
  62. South Carolina, exports of rice from, 285
  63. Sooranjee, 478, 523
  64. Spergula sativa_, flour from the seed, 377
  65. Sphoeroccus crispus_, 379
  66. Spanish moss, 380
  67. Spices, plants which furnish, 382
  68. Spikenard oil, 572
  69. Spondius lutea_, 495
  70. Spergula sativa_, 512
  71. Stalagmites cambogoides_, 451
  72. Star anise, 438
  73. Starch producing plants, 329
  74. Starch contained in various grain crops, 264
  75. Statice coriaria_, 444
  76. Stenhouse (Dr.) on the lichens, 490
  77. Stillingia sebifera_, 512
  78. St. John's bread, 312-13
  79. St. Lucia, cost of cultivating sugar, in, 189
  80. St. Kitt's, cost of cultivating sugar in, 189
  81. St. Domingo, exports of coffee to the United States, 63
  82. St. Vincent, introduction of the clove to, 399
  83. Straits settlements, nutmeg culture in, 407
  84. Sumbul root, 649
  85. Surat maund, 39¼ lbs., 401
  86. Sumach, 450
  87. Sunflower oil, 509-10-36
  88. Sullivan (Mr.) on cost of beet root sugar, 191
  89. Sugar, cost of producing in different countries, 189
  90. Sugar cane, varieties of, 137, 153, 168
  91. Sugar, information respecting, 10
  92. Sugar maple, 205
  93. Sumatra, production of coffee in, 41
  94. Sumatra, production of pepper in, 422
  95. Sweet cassava, 331
  96. Sweet potato, 330-31-37-65
  97. Swift (Mr.) on the culture of madder, 480
  98. Swamp potato, 373
  99. Sxygium carophyllæum_, 384
  100. Sylvanus surinamensis_, 279
  101. Symplocos, varieties of, 442

T[edit]

  1. Tacca plant, species of, 354
  2. Tahiti arrowroot, 354
  3. Talipot palm, furnishes sago, 316
  4. Tallicoonah oil, 518
  5. Tallow tree of China, 512
  6. Tanping, a Chinese oil cake, 312
  7. Tannin of nutgalls, 492
  8. Tannia, 334-35-36-37
  9. Tanahaka bark, 505
  10. Tapioca sago, 315
  11. Tasmannia aromatica_, 421
  12. Taro, 364
  13. Tartareous moss, 486
  14. Taniers, or ocoes, 331
  15. Taurine, Leibig on, 80
  16. Tea, total outlay for by the British public, 86
  17. Teel or Til oil, 511, 533
  18. Teff, an African bread, 308
  19. Teinsing, a Chinese vegetable dye, 104
  20. Temperature requisite for various plants, 8, 9
  21. Tempering cane juice, 158
  22. Tenacity of starches, 336
  23. Terminalia angustifolia_, 494
  24. Terra Japonica, a misnomer, 490
  25. Teuss, a Chinese legume, 312
  26. Texas, production of sugar in, 147
  27. Thespesia populnea_, 444
  28. Thea viridis_, 103, 110
  29. Theine, analysis of, 80
  30. Thistle oil, 511, 103, 110, 626
  31. Theobromine, 11
  32. Theobroma_, description of the tree, 11
  33. Tikoor, a local name for Indian arrowroot, 351
  34. Til oil, 511
  35. Tip-sin-ah, a wild prairie turnip of North America, 372
  36. Tinnevelly senna, 648
  37. Ti plant, 355
  38. Tirhoot, production of indigo in, 475
  39. Tobacco, memorial of American Chamber of Commerce, 595
  40. Tonquin beans, 434
  41. Tous-les-mois, starch of, 330-33-35-37-40
  42. Topinam bar, 365-76
  43. Topping the coffee tree, 68
  44. Towai bark, 505
  45. Toddy, 555
  46. Travers (Mr. J.I.) on consumption of tea, 87
  47. Trinidad, exports of coffee from, 73
  48. Tropæolum tuberosum_, 536
  49. Tripa, a name for damaged tobacco leaves, 611
  50. Tripolium alpinum_, 643
  51. Truffle, 381
  52. Tuberous plants, new, recommended, 370
  53. Tuber cibarium_, 381
  54. Turkey berries, 442
  55. Turmeric, 419, 434, 442
  56. Turnips, average weight of crop in New Brunswick, 253
  57. Turpentine, spirits of, 565
  58. Typha bread, 380
  59. Tye, a preparation of opium, 585

U[edit]

  1. Unearia Gambier_, 496
  2. United States, production of sugar in, 145
  3. Upland rice, 302
  4. Ure (Dr.), on arrowroot manufacture, 347
  5. Urania guianensis_, 444

V[edit]

  1. Valenaria edulis_, 376
  2. Valonia, 507
  3. Van Diemen's Land, culture of oats in, 258
  4. Vanilla, 431
  5. Vara, a Spanish land measure, 9
  6. Variolaris_, species of lichens, 486
  7. Varzeas, a Portuguese name for low and marshy ground, 183
  8. Vateria indica_, 512
  9. Vegetable butter, 538
  10. Velvet moss, 486
  11. Venezuela, coffee culture in, 62
  12. Verbesena sativa_, 535
  13. Vernonia anthelmentica_, 521
  14. Vinegar, made from millet, 306
  15. Virginian tobacco, statistics of, 598, 600
  16. Virola sebifera_, 401, 512
  17. Voandzou, 371
  18. Voelcker (Dr.), analysis of quinoa, 310
  19. Volatile or essential oils, 565
  20. Vuelta abajo_, the best class of Cuba tobacco, 613
  21. Vulpinic acid, 488

W[edit]

  1. Wabessepin, a wild American potato, 372
  2. Wages paid in the Mauritius, 150
  3. Walnut, oil from, 510
  4. Wangle, oil seed, 533
  5. Watappinee, an Indian edible root, 372
  6. Water, proportion of in different kinds of wheat, 221
  7. Wax berries, 546
  8. Weinmaunia_, bark of, 499
  9. Weight per bushel of crops in New Brunswick, 253
  10. Wellstead (Lt.) on Socotro aloes, 629
  11. Westring (Dr.) on the Swedish lichens, 489-90
  12. West India ginger, 418
  13. Wheat, weight of, as an index of value, 236
  14. White pepper, statistics of, 428
  15. Whisky, quantity of maize used for, 271
  16. Wilcockes on Paraguay tea trade, 135
  17. Williams's Middle Kingdom, extract from, 105
  18. Willoughbeia edulis_, 378
  19. Wilson (Mr. T.) on the cost of producing sugar, 189
  20. Wilson's rice-cleaning machine, 290
  21. Winnowing coffee, 51
  22. Woad, 452
  23. Wood dyes, 449
  24. Wray's practical sugar planter, 140
  25. Wrightia tinctoria_, 463

X[edit]

  1. Xanthoxylum piperitum_, 421
  2. Xiguilite_, the indigo shrub, 460
  3. Xylocarpus granatum_, 519
  4. Xylopia aromatica_, 421

Y[edit]

  1. Yam, back, 333, 335, 337-38-39, 362
  2. Yams, varieties of cultivated, 362
  3. Yampah root, 376
  4. Yellow berries, 443
  5. Yerba, Spanish and native name for the Paraguay tea tree, 133
  6. Yucca amarga_, 331
  7. Yucca, the Peruvian name for cassava, 367, 375

Z[edit]

  1. Zamia, arrowroot obtained from, 319, 352
  2. Zanzibar, clove plantations in, 400
  3. Zea Mays_, description of, 260
  4. Zingiber officinale_, 414
  5. Zizania aquatica_, 284
  6. Zones, Meyen's division of, 25
  7. Zollverein, production of beet root sugar in, 198