|I||West Indian Beach Drift||1|
|II||The West Indian Drift on European Shores||20|
|III||The currents of the Atlantic and the tracks of drifting seeds as illustrated by bottle drift||46|
|IV||The similarity between the West Indian and West African littoral floras as explained by curents||83|
|V||Rhizophora mangle and the plants of the great morass of the Black River District in Jamaica||96|
|VI||The larger foreign drift of the Turks Islands||111|
|VII||The larger foreign drift of the Turks Islands (continued)||138|
|IX||Miscallaneous plants (continued)||197|
|X||Miscallaneous plants (continued)||225|
|XI||The general characters and geological structure of the Turks Islands||254|
|XII||The flora of the Turks Island||277|
|XIII||The current-connections in the southern hemisphere||294|
|XVI||The influence of the divergence of the continents on the distribution of Sphagnum and Carex||332|
|XVIII||The Azores (continued)||389|
|XIX||The Azores (continued)||417|
|West Indian seeds and fruits represented in European beach-drift||Frontispiece|
|The ocean currents||to face page 46|
|The Turks Islands||254|
|The Island of Pico, Azores||359|
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