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Afzelius, Adam. 1798. Observations on the genus Pausus, and description of a new species. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 4: 243–75.

Agardh, Jacob Georg. 1858. Theoria systematis plantarum; accedit familiarum phanerogamarum in series naturales dispositio, secundum structuræ normas et evolutionis gradus instituta. Lund, Sweden: C. W. K. Gleerup.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1864. Embryology of the starfish. From J. L. R. Agassiz’s Contributions to the Natural History of the United States vol. 5, published 1877. Cambridge, Mass.: n.p.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1869b. Preliminary report on the Echini and star-fishes dredged in deep water between Cuba and the Florida Reef, by L. F. de Pourtales, Assist. U.S. Coast Survey. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard 1 (1863–9): 253–307.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1872–4. Revision of the Echini. 4 parts and an atlas of plates. Cambridge, Mass.: University Press.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1873. The homologies of pedicellariae. American Naturalist 7: 398–406.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1880. Paleontological and embryological development. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 29: 389–414.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1881a. (Letter No. 5.) — To Carlile P. Patterson, superintendent United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, from Alexander Agassiz, on the explorations in the vicinity of the Tortugas, during March and April, 1881. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 9 (1881–2): 145–9.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1881b. Report on the Echinoidea dredged by H.M.S. Challenger, during the years 1873–1876. Report on the scientific results of the voyage of the H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873–76. Zoology. Vol. 3, part 9. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1882. Explorations of the surface fauna of the Gulf Stream, under the auspices of the United States Coast Survey: II. The Tortugas and Florida Reefs. [Read 15 November 1882.] Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences n.s. 11 (1885): 107–33.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1883. Exploration of the surface fauna of the Gulf Stream: under the auspices of the Coast Survey. [Report] 3, part 1, The Porpitidæ and Velellidæ. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 8: no. 2.

Agassiz, Alexander. 1888. Three cruises of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Steamer ‘Blake’ in the Gulf of Mexico, in the Caribbean Sea, and along the Atlantic coast of the United States, from 1877 to 1880. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company.

Agassiz, Alexander, et al. 1869a. Contributions to the fauna of the Gulf Stream at great depths. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 3d ser. (1869): 253–386.

Agassiz, Elizabeth Cabot and Agassiz, Alexander. 1871. Seaside studies in natural history. Marine animals of Massachusetts Bay. Radiates. 2d edition. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company.

Agassiz, Elizabeth Cary. 1885. Louis Agassiz: his life and correspondence. 2 vols. London: Macmillan and Company.

Agassiz, George Russell, ed. 1913. Letters and recollections of Alexander Agassiz, with a sketch of his life and work. London: Constable & Co.

Agassiz, Louis. 1833–43. Recherches sur les poissons fossiles. 5 vols in 2. Neuchâtel: Petitpierre.

Agassiz, Louis. 1837. Upon glaciers, moraines, and erratic blocks; being the address delivered at the opening of the Helvetic Natural History Society, at Neuchâtel, on the 24th of July 1837. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 24 (1837–8): 364–83.

Agassiz, Louis. 1838. On the erratic blocks of the Jura. Edinburgh New Journal 24: 176–9.

Agassiz, Louis. 1839. Remarks on glaciers. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 27: 383–90.

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Bibliography of Darwin’s geological publications

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This list includes papers read by Darwin to the Geological Society of London, his books on the geology of the Beagle voyage, and other publications on geological topics.  Author-date citations refer to entries in the Darwin Correspondence Project’s…

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  • … entries in the Darwin Correspondence Project’s cumulative bibliography.  Where appropriate, …
  • … 2009).  ‘F’ numbers refer to R. B. Freeman’s standard bibliography of Darwin’s works. …
  • … Cornell University Press. (See also Herbert’s exhaustive bibliography.) Rhodes, Frank H. T. …

Full notes on editorial policy

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The first and chief objective of this edition is to provide complete and authoritative texts of Darwin’s correspondence. For every letter to or from Darwin, the text that is available to the editors is always given in full. The editors have occasionally…

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  • … of manuscripts: the record of variants ’,  Studies in Bibliography  29 (1976): 212–64. This …
  • … ‘ The editing of historical documents ’,  Studies in Bibliography  31 (1978): 1–56. The editors …
  • … all books and papers referred to are given in the online  Bibliography . References to archival …

The Lyell–Lubbock dispute

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In May 1865 a dispute arose between John Lubbock and Charles Lyell when Lubbock, in his book Prehistoric times, accused Lyell of plagiarism. The dispute caused great dismay among many of their mutual scientific friends, some of whom took immediate action…

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  • … D. Hooker, [31 May 1865] and n. 8. last    Bibliography Bartholomew, Michael …

4.24 'Daily Graphic', Nast satire

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< Back to Introduction In 1874 the Harvard philosopher John Fiske published his magnum opus, Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy, in which he set out to explain the far-reaching significance of Darwin’s and Herbert Spencer’s evolutionary theories. He…

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  • … engraving from a drawing by Nast 
 references and bibliography The Daily Graphic 5: …

4.16 Joseph Simms, physiognomy

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< Back to Introduction In September 1874, the American doctor Joseph Simms, then on a three-year lecture tour of Britain, sent Darwin a copy of his book, Nature’s Revelations of Character; Or, Physiognomy Illustrated. He was seeking a public…

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  • … and material wood engraving 
 references and bibliography James Paget, ‘Physiognomy of …

4.21 Gegeef, 'Our National Church', 1

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< Back to Introduction A print with the ironic title Our National Church: The Aegis of Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity was issued by the London publisher Edmund Appleyard in c.1872-3, and sold at a penny. The artist who drew it signed himself …

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  • … typographic text 
 references and bibliography Warren R. Dawson, The Huxley …

4.37 'Mosquito' satire

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< Back to Introduction The Buenos Aires satirical journal Mosquito published this cartoon in May 1882, shortly after Darwin’s death, with the title ‘El Homenage a Darwin en el Teatro Nacional’ (The tribute to Darwin in the National Theatre). A…

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  • … medium and material lithograph 
 references and bibliography Mosquito , year XIX, no. …

4.49 Alfred Bryan, caricature

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< Back to Introduction Among the portrayals of Darwin reproduced in Bridgeman Images is a caricature titled Natural History Repeating Itself, from an unnamed private collection. It is initialled by ‘A.B.’, i.e. Alfred Bryan, who worked as an…

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  • … from a pen and ink drawing 
 references and bibliography Interview with Bryan in ‘How …

4.36 Sem, Chistmas card

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< Back to Introduction An unattributed watercolour drawing of Darwin shows him dapperly dressed in a tail coat, but walking on all fours like an animal, his lean figure bent over in an arch and filling the space. It is inscribed ‘With Compliments of…

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  • … drawing in mount 
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  • … , accessed March 2020. See also the bibliography for Sem’s caricature of Darwin in Queen Alexandra …

4.39 'Moonshine' magazine cartoon

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< Back to Introduction Moonshine, the self-styled ‘Best Topical Comic Paper’ published in London, featured Darwin in its series of ‘Days with Celebrities’ in 1881. The idea of the series was to picture the private lives of famous contemporaries.…

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  • … and material wood engraving 
 references and bibliography ‘Days with Celebrities (19) Mr …

4.32 Anis liqueur label

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< Back to Introduction Many late-nineteenth-century cartoons played on the popular association of Darwin with theories about humans’ simian ancestry: theories that challenged traditional religious beliefs. However, it is surprising to find an…

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  • … and material chromolithography 
 references and bibliography Juan Antonio Delgado and …
  • … Science and Education 20 (2011), pp. 141-157, with a full bibliography of earlier relevant …

4.2 Augustus Earle, caricature drawing

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< Back to Introduction The paucity of evidence for Darwin’s appearance and general demeanour during the years of the Beagle voyage gives this humorous drawing of shipboard life a special interest. It is convincingly attributed to Augustus Earle, an…

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  • … watercolour and ink on paper 
 references and bibliography Henrietta Litchfield’s …

Darwin’s student booklist

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In October 1825 Charles Darwin and his older brother, Erasmus, went to study medicine in Edinburgh, where their father, Robert Waring Darwin, had trained as a doctor in the 1780’s. Erasmus had already graduated from Cambridge and was continuing his studies…

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  • … 20 Smith 1826. 21 Clarke 1810–23. Bibliography Abernethy, John. 1819a.  …
  • … Johnson. Desmond, Adrian, and Sarah Parker. 2006. The bibliography of Robert Edmond Grant …

3.18 Elliott and Fry photos, c.1869-1871

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< Back to Introduction The leading photographic firm of Elliott and Fry seems to have portrayed Darwin at Down House on several occasions. In November 1869 Darwin told A. B. Meyer, who wanted photographs of both him and Wallace for a German…

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  • … prints and Woodburytypes etc. 
 references and bibliography letters from Darwin to A.B. …

4.47 'Puck' cartoon 4

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< Back to Introduction Following on from Reason Against Unreason and The Sun of the Nineteenth Century, another cartoon in the American humorous magazine Puck depicted Darwin as the epitome of philosophical enlightenment. The Universal Church of the…

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  • … and material chromolithography 
 references and bibliography Puck 12:305 (10 Jan. …

4.59 'Simplicissimus' cartoon

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< Back to Introduction In 1909 the German satirical magazine Simplicissimus celebrated the centenary of Darwin’s birth with a whimsical cartoon by its resident artist Thomas Theodor Heine, titled ‘Zu Darwins hundertstem Geburtstag’ (‘On Darwin’s…

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  • … material colour lithography 
 references and bibliography Simplicissimus 46 (15 Feb. …

4.48 'Puck', cartoon 5

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< Back to Introduction Following on from Reason Against Unreason and The Sun of the Nineteenth Century, another cartoon in the American humorous magazine Puck depicted Darwin as the epitome of philosophical enlightenment. The Universal Church of the…

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  • … and material chromolithography 
 references and bibliography Puck 12:305 (10 Jan. …

4.31 'La Lune Rousse', Gill cartoon

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< Back to Introduction A drawing of Darwin by André Gill borrows a satirical trope found in The Hornet, Fun and Punch, showing him with a large caricatured head joined to the body of an ape. However, La Lune Rousse is distinctively French in…

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  • … right, ‘Yves & Barret sc.’ 
 references and bibliography La Lune Rousse , 2:89 (18 …

4.42 'Punch' Sambourne cartoon 3

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< Back to Introduction Linley Sambourne’s last caricature of Darwin, ‘Man is But a Worm’, was published in Punch’s Almanac for 1882 on 6 December 1881, only four months before Darwin’s death. Like Sambourne’s ‘Punch’s Fancy Portraits. No. 54. Charles…

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  • … from Sambourne’s drawing 
 references and bibliography Punch’s Almanac for 1882 , …

3.16 Oscar Rejlander, photos

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< Back to Introduction Darwin’s plans for the illustration of his book The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1872) led him to the Swedish-born painter and photographer, Oscar Gustaf Rejlander. Rejlander gave Darwin the notes that he had…

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  • … albumen photographic prints 
 references and bibliography O.G. Rejlander, An Apology for …
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