T. Cook and son; J. H. de Bussy,
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KONINKLIJKE PAKETVAART MAATSCHAPPIJ.
meet with erotons (Codiaeum), the sweet cassava (Manihot utilissima), and the ceara-rubber tree.
In department VI A stand iron-wood trees, and to the right of the great road, grow Sterculiaceae, with orange-red fruit leaves and velvet-black seeds.
Going below, we see to the left, species of the Elaeocarpus the Para-nuts yielding Bertholletia excelsa, elegant, blooming Barring-tonias, and the Melania, producing Kaiou-poutih oil.
In the corner of IY F grows the sandal-wood tree, and in IY H and IY G the uZuurzakthe "Boewa nonnaand "Sirikaya", all belonging to the family Anonaceae; in India well known fruit-trees, and the Magnoliaceae, bearing sweet-smelling flowers.
The Stelechocarpus Burahol bears flowers and fruit on its trunk,
the palace of tiie governor-general at buitenzorg.
and the Myristica Horsfieldii, IY G, spreads a pleasant smelling odour in its environment.
Between the Diospijros species in group IY D and B, to which Ebony, Kaki-fruit, Styrax, Benzoin, and the getah pertsja belong, and the poisonous Apocyneae in group IY A, we see, on the strictly reserved grounds belonging to the palace of the Governor-General, the Kigelia pinnata, with its sausage-shaped fruits (see also in group XI H), and the Victoria regia, floating on the pond along which we walk, in order to look at the quaintly growing Urostigma Rumphii in group III H.
Between other Sapindaceae and Sapindus Rarak in III J, theBetween other Sapindaceae and Sapindus Rarak in III J, the