More Letters of Charles Darwin: A Record of His Work in a Series of Hitherto Unpublished Letters - Vol. 2

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MORE LETTERS OF CHARLES DARWIN
A RECORD OF HIS WORK IN A SERIES OF HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED LETTERS

EDITED BY FRANCIS DARWIN, FELLOW OF CHRIST'S COLLEGE, AND A. C. SEWARD, FELLOW OF EMMANUEL COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

IN TWO VOLUMES ILLUSTRATED

VOL. I

NEW YORK D. APPLETON AND COMPANY 1903

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents of Volume I xiii
  • Illustrations in Volume I xv
  • Outline of Charles Darwin's Life Based on His Diary, Dated August 1838 xvii
  • Chapter I - An Autobiographical Fragment, and Early Letters 1809-1842 1
  • To J. S. Henslow. 7
  • To J. S. Henslow. 11
  • Letter 6 To J. S. Henslow. 14
  • To J. S. Henslow 26
  • To Josiah Wedgwood. 28
  • C. Lyell to C. Darwin. Letter 31
  • Chapter II - Evolution 1844-1858 37
  • To J. D. Hooker. 41
  • To L. Blomefield [jenyns]. 46
  • To J. D. Hooker. 49
  • To J. D. Hooker. 51
  • To J. D. Hooker. 55
  • To E. Cresy. 56
  • To Richard Owen. 59
  • To J. D. Hooker, at Dr. Falconer's, Botanic Garden, Calcutta. 61
  • To J. S. Henslow. 66
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 67
  • To T. H. Huxley. 70
  • To T. H. Huxley. 73
  • To J. D. Hooker. 76
  • To J. D. Hooker. 78
  • To T. H. Huxley. 80
  • To J. D. Hooker. 81
  • To Mrs. Lyell. 82
  • To J. D. Hooker. 85
  • C. Lyell to C. Darwin. 89
  • To J. D. Hooker. 93
  • To S. P. Woodward. 94
  • To J. D. Hooker. 98
  • To J. D. Hooker. 100
  • To T. H. Huxley. 101
  • To T. H. Huxley. 102
  • To T. H. Huxley. 103
  • To J. D. Hooker. 106
  • To J. D. Hooker. 107
  • To J. D. Hooker. 109
  • To T. H. Huxley. 109
  • To J. D. Hooker. 110
  • To J. D. Hooker. 112
  • To J. D. Hooker. 113
  • Chapter III - Evolution 1859-1863. 118
  • To W. H. Miller. 120
  • To W. H. Miller. 121
  • To W. H. Miller. 122
  • To T. H. Huxley. 123
  • To C. Lyell. 124
  • To Asa Gray. 125
  • To C. Lyell. 126
  • To C. Lyell. 129
  • To T. H. Huxley. 129
  • To T. H. Huxley. 131
  • To L. Horner. 132
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 132
  • To T. H. Huxley. 134
  • To J. L. A. De Quatrefages. 135
  • To T. H. Huxley. 136
  • To T. H. Huxley. 139
  • To C. Lyell. 139
  • To James Lamont. 140
  • To G. H. K. Thwaites. 143
  • To T. H. Huxley. 144
  • To Maxwell Masters. 145
  • To J. S. Henslow. 149
  • To C. Lyell. 150
  • To J. D. Hooker. 152
  • To C. Lyell. 154
  • To C. Lyell. 155
  • To T. H. Huxley, 156
  • To J. D. Dana. 158
  • To W. H. Harvey. 159
  • To T. H. Huxley. 160
  • To C. Lyell. 166
  • To J. S. Henslow. 172
  • To D. T. Ansted. 174
  • To H. W. Bates. 176
  • To James Lamont. 179
  • To W. B. Tegetmeier. 180
  • To H. W. Bates. 181
  • To F. W. Hutton. 182
  • To J. D. Hooker. 183
  • To J. L. A. De Quatrefages. 184
  • To L. Hindmarsh. 186
  • To J. D. Hooker. 187
  • Henry Fawcett to C. Darwin. 188
  • To C. Lyell. 189
  • To C. Lyell. 190
  • To C. Lyell. 192
  • To Henry Fawcett 193
  • To H. W. Bates. 194
  • To J. D. Hooker. 199
  • To J. L. A. De Quatrefages. 200
  • To Asa Gray. 201
  • To C. Lyell. 202
  • To John Lubbock, (lord Avebury). 204
  • To Hugh Falconer. 205
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 206
  • To Hugh Falconer. 209
  • To J. D. Hooker. 210
  • To J. D. Hooker. 211
  • To T. H. Huxley. 214
  • To John Scott. 217
  • To J. D. Hooker. 219
  • To W. B. Tegetmeier. 222
  • To T. H. Huxley. 223
  • To Hugh Falconer. 225
  • To T. H. Huxley. 226
  • To T. H. Huxley. 229
  • To John Lubbock [lord Avebury]. 231
  • To J. D. Hooker. 232
  • To Horace Dobell. 233
  • To C. Lyell. 236
  • To T. H. Huxley. 236
  • To John Scott. 237
  • To H. W. Bates. 239
  • To J. D. Hooker. 240
  • To Asa Gray, 241
  • To C. Lyell. 242
  • To H. Falconer. 244
  • Chapter IV - Evolution. 1864-1869. 245
  • To T. H. Huxley. 245
  • To Erasmus Darwin. 246
  • B. D. Walsh to C. Darwin. 247
  • To B. D. Walsh. 249
  • To W. H. Flower. 250
  • Hugh Falconer to W. Sharpey. 251
  • To Hugh Falconer. 256
  • To B. D. Walsh. 257
  • To J. D. Hooker. 258
  • To J. D. Hooker. 259
  • To B. D. Walsh. 260
  • To F. Müller. 262
  • To A. R. Wallace. 265
  • To A. R. Wallace. 267
  • To C. Lyell. 270
  • To V. Carus. 271
  • To T. H. Huxley. 274
  • To T. Rivers. 275
  • To T. H. Huxley. 275
  • To T. Rivers. 279
  • To I. Anderson-Henry. 280
  • To T. H. Huxley. Ta 281
  • To C. Lyell. 283
  • To F. Hildebrand. 284
  • To J. D. Hooker. 286
  • To T. H. Huxley. 287
  • To A. R. Wallace. 289
  • To A. R. Wallace. 289
  • To A. R. Wallace. 293
  • A. R. Wallace to C. Darwin. 297
  • A. R. Wallace to C. Darwin. 297
  • To C. Lyell. 298
  • A. R. Wallace to C. Darwin. 299
  • To A. R. Wallace. 300
  • To J. D. Hooker. 301
  • To J. D. Hooker. 302
  • To G. H. Lewes. 306
  • To M. J. Berkeley. 308
  • To August Weismann. 309
  • To F. Müller. 312
  • To J. D. Hooker. L 313
  • To J. D. Hooker. 314
  • Chapter V - Evolution. (1870-82) 319
  • To W. B. Tegetmeier. 321
  • To H. Settegast. 324
  • To John Morley. 324
  • To John Lubbock (lord Avebury). 329
  • To J. D. Hooker. 330
  • To J. D. Hooker. 332
  • To E. Häckel. 335
  • To J. Traherne Moggridge. 336
  • To A. Hyatt. 337
  • A. Hyatt to C. Darwin. 338
  • To A. Hyatt. 339
  • A. Hyatt to C. Darwin. 341
  • To A. Hyatt. 346
  • To J. D. Hooker. 349
  • To R. Meldola. 350
  • To G. J. Romanes. 352
  • To G. Jäger. 354
  • To A. Weismann. 355
  • To Lawson Tait. 357
  • To G. J. Romanes. 358
  • To Francis Galton. 359
  • To Lawson Tait. 363
  • To H. N. Moseley. 363
  • To Otto Zacharias. 367
  • To A. De Candolle. 367
  • To G. J. Romanes. 370
  • To W. Bowman. 371
  • To E. Von Mojsisovics. 372
  • To J. W. Judd. 374
  • To Count Saporta. 375
  • To the Duke of Argyll. 376
  • W. T. Thiselton-Dyer to the Editor of Nature. 377
  • To G. Bentham. 379
  • To F. Müller. 381
  • To T. H. Huxley. 382
  • To A. R. Wallace. 383
  • To J. H. Fabre. 385
  • To T. H. Huxley. 385
  • To T. H. Huxley. 388
  • To G. J. Romanes. 388
  • To K. Semper. 391
  • To A. Hyatt. 392
  • To G. J. Romanes. 393
  • To J. Jenner Weir. 395
  • To R. Meldola. 396
  • To W. Horsfall. 398
  • Chapter VI - Geographical Distribution 400
  • To J. D. Hooker. 402
  • To J. D. Hooker. 403
  • To J. D. Hooker. 410
  • Asa Gray to C. Darwin. 421
  • To Asa Gray. 431
  • To J. D. Hooker. 433
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 435
  • To J. D. Hooker. 437
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 438
  • To J. D. Hooker. 439
  • To J. D. Hooker. 440
  • Asa Gray to C. Darwin 441
  • To J. D. Hooker. 442
  • To J. D. Hooker. 444
  • To J. D. Hooker. 445
  • To G. Bentham. 447
  • To J. D. Hooker. 448
  • To J. D. Hooker. 452
  • To Hugh Falconer. 453
  • To Asa Gray. 454
  • To J. D. Hooker. 458
  • To T. H. Huxley. 459
  • To C. Lyell. 460
  • To H. W. Bates. 461
  • To J. D. Hooker. 466
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 467
  • To J. D. Hooker. 470
  • To J. D. Hooker. 472
  • To J. D. Hooker. 474
  • To C. Lyell. 475
  • To C. Lyell. 476
  • To J. D. Hooker. 478
  • To J. D. Hooker. 479
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 482
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 484
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 485
  • To J. D. Hooker. 486
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 487
  • J. D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 488
  • J.D. Hooker to C. Darwin. 489
  • To J. D. Hooker 491
  • To J. D. Hooker. 491
  • To J. D. Hooker. 492
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