Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley - Vol. 1

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LIFE AND LETTERS OF THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY

BY HIS SON LEONARD HUXLEY IN TWO VOLUMES VOL. I NEW YORK D. APPLETON AND COMPANY 1901

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to the American Edition v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • Chapter I 1825-1842 1
  • Chapter II - 1841-1846 16
  • Chapter III 1846-1849 31
  • Chapter IV 1848-1850 44
  • Chapter V 1850-1851 60
  • Chapter VI 1851-1854 77
  • Chapter VII 1851-1853 94
  • Chapter VIII 1854 117
  • Chapter IX 1855 138
  • Chapter X 1855-1858 142
  • Chapter XI 1857-1858 154
  • Chapter XII 1859-1860 164
  • Chapter XIII 1859 178
  • Chapter XIV 1859-60 188
  • Chapter XV - 1860-1863 205
  • Chapter XVI 1860-1861 225
  • Chapter XVII 1861-1863 247
  • Chapter XVIII 1864 269
  • Chapter XIX 1865 283
  • Chapter XX 1866 294
  • Chapter XXI 1867 306
  • Chapter XXII 1868 316
  • Chapter XXIII 1869 330
  • Chapter XXIV 1870 346
  • Chapter XXV 1871 383
  • Chapter XVII 1872 394
  • Chapter XXVII 1873 418
  • Chapter XXVIII 1874 436
  • Chapter XXIX 1875-1876 459
  • Chapter XXX 1875-1876 475
  • Chapter XXXI 1876 489
  • Chapter XXXII 1877 507
  • Chapter XXXIII 1878 520
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