Cupressus lusitanica, Mill. (C. glauca, Lamk.; C. pendula, l' Herit.; C Uhdeana, Gord.; C. sinensis, Hort.) is cultivated in the gardens of Portugal, Spain and Italy. It is reported to have been brought to France in 1683. From 400 kg. of twigs Roure-Bertrand Fils2) obtained 1 kg. (0,25 p.c.) of oil possessing the following properties: d15„0,8723; aD + 9°10'; A. V. 1,05; S.V.9,8; S. V. after acetylation 26,6; soluble in 3 vol. and more of 90 p.c. alcohol.