For the nine fields the presentation of the results (Tables 2-11) will follow a similar format. A brief introduction (usually) will be followed by a table of magnitudes V, B-V (where possible), V-R and V-I in the columns from two onwards preceded by our stellar identification number N in Col. 1. Also given (Fig. 1 to Fig. 11) is a computer generated star field for the region which also includes the stellar identification number mentioned above. For each star field given, the orientation is north up and east to the left and the area covered is .
LDN 544 is a small molecular cloud which is included in the catalogue of molecular clouds (Clemens & Barvainis 1988) and which has been the subject of deep IRAS photometry and CO spectroscopy (Clemens et al. 1991).
LDN 549 is a small molecular cloud which is included in the catalogue of molecular clouds given by Clemens & Barvainis (1988).
LDN 567 is a somewhat extended molecular cloud which has been included in the list of dark clouds of opacity 6 (Parker 1988) used in a search for IRAS associations.
LDN 543 is a small molecular cloud which is included in the catalogues of Clemens & Barvainis (1988) and Parker (1988). Interest has been shown in LDN 543 via magnetisation (Porro & Silvestro 1993) and thermal emission studies (Lee & Roger 1987).
and observations of LDN 1031 have been made by Dobashi et al. (1992).
LDN 1225 is a small molecular cloud which has been the the subject of and observations (Scappini & Codella 1996).
LDN 1252 is an extended dark cloud composed essentially of two lobes which are presented as LDN 1252a,b and LDN 1252-2 respectively.
LDN 1257 is a dark nebula which according to Hilton & Lahulla (1995) has been the subject of interest in at least eight research publications.