History of Darwin Online

DARWIN Online was founded in June 2002 by John van Wyhe at the National University of Singapore (NUS). The principal goal was to provide scholarly digitizations of all of Darwin's writings (except unpublished correspondence, which was already being done). At that time there was no single online resource for the writings of Darwin. One ultimate end was to create a resource which would enable searching electronically through the entire Darwin corpus. The many online Darwin texts at that time lacked essential bibliographical information such as edition, publisher, place of publication etc. Page numbers were nowhere to be seen. Such features vastly reduced the usefulness of online texts as they could not be easily cited. It was also impossible to know the precise date of the text on the screen. For example, the many online 'first editions' of Darwin's Origin of Species are often not first editions at all as they contain the phrase 'survival of the fittest'—famously coined by Herbert Spencer and first included in the 5th edition of 1869. Many other online copies of the Origin purported to be the first edition yet contained the 'Historical Sketch', first found in English in the 3rd edition of 1861. Most historical texts on the internet contain silent additions or omissions—footnotes are changed to endnotes or formatting altered without informing readers where this has been done. If scholars are to find digital texts more useful, it must be perfectly clear which historical text is represented and the text must be useable and citable in conventional ways.

The pilot website, The writings of Charles Darwin on the web (http://pages.britishlibrary.net/charles.darwin/), was launched in August 2002, hosted by the British Library free webspace service. The project was privately funded by van Wyhe. Many volunteers (most notably Sue Asscher of Project Gutenberg) were brought together along with some volunteer student labour at NUS. Between 2002-3 many of Darwin's publications were added, though due to lack of any external funding many only in late or American editions- as an interim solution until first and other editions could be procured.

In mid-2003 it was decided to apply for funding to enlarge and improve Darwin Online. In January 2004 Antranig Basman joined as Technical director. Janet Browne joined van Wyhe after chairing a meeting at the Cambridge University Library between Darwin Online, The Charles Darwin Trust, Cambridge University Library and The Darwin Correspondence Project, to discuss future cooperation. Randal Keynes also came to be an important key supporter and advisor.

October-December 2003 van Wyhe proposed, unsuccessfully, that the Cambridge History and Philosophy of Science Department host a project to digitize Darwin's complete publications and manuscripts.

January 2004 John van Wyhe was introduced to David Kohn by Randal Keynes. Kohn was invited to join as manuscripts editor and given a copy of van Wyhe's detailed work-in-progress Darwin Online proposal. Kohn did not join the project.

In June 2004 The Charles Darwin Trust procured the copyright of the Freeman Bibliographical Handlist (1977) and other items for Darwin Online. Also in 2004 the Project was elected (with van Wyhe as representative) to be a stakeholder in the partnership working up the case of Down House as a World Heritage site along with English Heritage, The Natural History Museum, English Nature and Bromley Council.

Van Wyhe invited Randal Keynes, Pietro Corsi, James Moore, Adrian Desmond, Patrick Zutshi, Mario di Gregorio and Rob Iliffe to form an Editorial advisory panel. Sue Asscher was appointed Associate Editor.

In July 2004 Browne and van Wyhe met with Ludmilla Jordanova, director of The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge, to discuss acting as institutional host for an AHRB grant.

2004 August. Mario di Gregorio gives permission for Marginalia to join Darwin Online collection.

In October 2004 van Wyhe requested the permission of Cambridge University Library to reproduce images from microfilm and transcriptions of the Darwin Archive. Similar permission was also sought from English Heritage.

In January 2005 van Wyhe invited Gordon Chancellor to join Darwin Online as an Associate Editor.
David Kohn was sent a copy of the AHRC Darwin Online proposal by John van Wyhe to facilitate openess and scholarly cooperation.

The Charles Darwin Trust generously awarded £400 per year towards server maintenance costs for three years.

In June 2005 an AHRC Resource Enhancement Grant was awarded to James Secord and Janet Browne for Darwin Online; van Wyhe purchased the web domain darwin-online.org.uk. An overview page was published there outlining the forthcoming expansion.

In August 2005 Kees Rookmaaker was appointed Research Associate.

In September 2005 van Wyhe and Peter Kjærgaard set up a Danish branch of Darwin Online at the University of Aarhus- later called Darwin in Denmark.

In October 2005 the funding began from the AHRC. The office was set up in Cambridge at CRASSH. From this date full-time work began to create the new Darwin Online website. John van Wyhe selected new computers and discussed details of the database construction with Basman. Work was begun to reformat materials from the pilot website to the specifications of the new site. Basman produced an initial technical specification for the database. Van Wyhe wrote transcription and tagging policies for outsource service provider, AEL Data, of Chennai, India and worked with them back and forth through a long process of adjustment. Rookmaaker began correcting the OCR of Freeman (1977). Rookmaaker then imported this to an interim Access database. Basman created the initial XHTML Content Markup Standard. Initial commercial server web space was purchased by van Wyhe. Browne, Secord and van Wyhe selected the list of Darwin's published works to be first priority for digitization and initial manuscripts to transcribe.

Between November 2005 and January 2006 Rookmaaker, van Wyhe and Basman imported and converted the massive catalogue of the Darwin Archive in Cambridge University Library (made and supplied by Nick Gill) to an interim database. Secord negotiated the permission of the The Correspondence of Charles Darwin to use their working transcription of Darwin's Journal.

From November 2005 AEL Data began supplying converted documents from the pilot site and new transcriptions from scans provided. Van Wyhe and Basman changed the dynamic page linking format - Basman proposed a clever compromise solution that was easier for AEL Data to implement and was less sensitive to errors.

Also in November Rookmaaker began transcribing new Darwin manuscripts with DAR210.9.30.

On 15/12/2005 Darwin Online's launch event at CRASSH was held. It was introduced by Ludmilla Jordanova. Randal Keynes provided a stirring reading from the Origin of species. Darwin Online launch celebration December 2005

In December 2005 Secord, Browne and van Wyhe met with Karen Goldie-Morrison of The Charles Darwin Trust to discuss a copyright license for the Freeman materials.

In January 2006 Rookmaaker began transcribing the Beagle field notebooks based on Chancellor's (handwritten) transcription.

11.1.06 van Wyhe met with Chancellor and Zutshi to discuss possibility of finding funding to scan Darwin Archive in CUL.

In March 2006 Browne checked a number of new transcriptions against the manuscripts in the Darwin Archive.

Over three months Rookmaaker, van Wyhe and Basman imported the Darwin Catalogue of the Cambridge University Library to an interim Access database. Rookmaaker and van Wyhe created concise references for all entries in Freeman's Handlist in a new database.

Between February and August 2006 Kees Rookmaaker re-transcribed Darwin's Beagle diary.

By August 2006 Basman had a test site working on Darwin Online's new server at CARET. License agreements with the Cambridge University Library and English Heritage were received.

A first set of 69 microfilm reels was delivered by the Cambridge University Library photographic service on 08/09/2006. These were sent the same day to AEL Data for scanning. (A further 20 reels were received in January 2008.)

10.2006 License agreement from The Charles Darwin Trust received.

 


19 October 2006 the new website is launched. See the press release.

The publication was a surprise sensation, probably unparalleled for an academic online publication on a single individual. According to the University Press Office it was by far the biggest news story from the University of Cambridge that year.

First was the BBC news website which put Darwin Online on their first page. (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/6064364.stm) From there the story quickly spread all over the world. Most importantly it was picked up by the major news services such as the Press Association, Reuters and the Associated Press. Eventually more than 900 websites and newspapers were carrying the story- literally all over the world and in many languages. Hundreds more blog sites carry the news. There was a feature in Nature and pieces in The Times, Guardian, Telegraph, Financial Times, The Independent, Singapore Today, Die Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Daily Telegraph, Washington Post, etc. etc.

The media storm had begun. Many media appearances and interviews with John van Wyhe followed on the 19th:

TELEVISION

BBC 1 Breakfast News
BBC News 24
BBC World
Look East
Anglia TV
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

RADIO

Radio 4 News Briefings
Radio 4 Today Programme
World Service
Radio Cambridgeshire
Radio Scotland
Radio Wales
Radio Shropshire
Radio Severn

During the 19th the story was the most e-mailed on the BBC website and the second most-watched video.

The news of the launch of Darwin Online reached well over 400 million people across the globe.

On Saturday the 21st Darwin Online was mentioned on 'Ant & Deck's Saturday Night Takeaway.'

The website was soon swamped with visitors and the counter began rising through the first night. The following morning there were already tens of thousands of hits on the front page and the site was running slowly.

At 11.14am the site succumbed to excessive traffic. Daniel Parry and Antranig Basman soon had it back up and running and by the end of the afternoon all problems had been resolved.

There were a few more interruptions as they carried out changes to improve the load capacity. By the late afternoon the site was running fast and smoothly despite an enormous load. The site received 80,000 hits to its home page the first day and the server received over 5 million requests altogether for files. At the peak there were 40 clicks on the site per second.

At the moment of writing (on 24 October) there have been 231,286 hits on the home page and perhaps 12 million server requests across the entire website. This shows that users are using the site and not just visiting the home page and leaving.

Darwin Online served 226 Gigabytes the first day, and even more the following day.

Before the launch Google showed 174 pages carried the exact words "the complete work of charles darwin online". A search on 25 October, less than one week later, showed 20,500. John van Wyhe

A large number of emails were also received. A sample is available here. These give a fascinating glimpse into what readers think.Jim Secord

A launch celebration was held at CRASSH on Friday. Ludmilla Jordanova spoke first, with some very kind words about the project and what it means. Jim Secord then spoke about the project and how important it is to have all the editions of Darwin's work available. Tom Kirk explained the media storm. Basman then gave a lively account of the site's first night and its rescue the following day. Van Wyhe spoke further about the site and then thanked most especially Asscher, Rookmaaker, Basman and Chancellor for their extraordinary achievements and contributions. Van Wyhe also thanked especially the AHRC and the institutions and individuals who have contributed. Finally Randal Keynes spoke, concluding with a moving reading of the final paragraph of the Origin.

So even at this early stage Darwin Online has fulfilled its aims. It has brought Darwin to the world, and people all over the world are reading Darwin.

This was seen in a generous letter sent by the Vice Chancellor of the University:

Professor Alison Richard, MA PhD DL
The Vice-Chancellor

University of Cambridge
Vice-Chancellor's Office

Dr John van Wyhe
Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
17 Mill Lane

26 October 2006

Dear Dr. van Wyhe

I wanted to write to you personally to say how delighted I was to hear of the launch of The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online.

Your project is not only a great academic achievement, but one which has clearly touched millions of people worldwide, as evinced by the global media coverage it has received.

Such work can only serve to further enhance the University of Cambridge's reputation for world-class research and innovation and for that I offer you my thanks.

Best wishes and congratulations,

[signed] Alison

A F Richard

The Old Schools
Trinity Lane
Cambridge CB2 1TN


17 April 2008 Darwin's Private Papers. The second major component of Darwin Online is launched. See the press release and the announcement page.

For decades available only to scholars at Cambridge University Library, the private papers of Charles Darwin, one of the most influential scientists in history, can now be seen by anyone online and free of charge. This is the largest publication of Darwin papers and manuscripts in history, totaling about 20,000 items in nearly 90,000 electronic images.

This vast and varied collection of papers includes the first draft of his theory of evolution, notes from the voyage of the Beagle and Emma Darwin's recipe book.

We are extremely grateful for the kind permission of Cambridge University Library to reproduce these online.

Millions of visitors on the 17th and 18th of April brought Darwin Online a few times to a standstill. In addition to the story being widely reported in the media and online, it was the second most emailed story of the day on the BBC news website. In addition to exploring the new online papers and manuscripts, on the 17th readers downloaded 14,000 copies of the first edition of Origin of Species as PDF. See also some of the reader feedback.

TELEVISION

ITV Anglia TV
Danish National Evening News

RADIO

BBC Radio 4 Today Programme
BBC Shropshire
BBC Radio Five Live breakfast
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Breakfast
BBC Radio Kent
ABC Austrlia Breakfast
BBC Radio Five Live Drivetime
BBC World Service, Brazil
BBC Wales

Digital Darwin. The Guardian
Online: Darwin's notes from small islands. The Independent, p. 3.
On the Origin of Muffin Pudding, by Emma Darwin. New Scientist
Darwin's treasure trove. New Humanist Magazine
Darwin's private papers get Internet launch. Christianity Today
Darwin's private papers get Internet launch. Washington Post
Liverpool Echo
Evening Standard

Darwin's private papers get Internet launch. MSNBC
The origin of The Origin Of Species ... First version of Darwin's theory of evolution goes online. Daily Mail
Darwin's private papers launched on the Internet. Financial Mirror
Darwin's private papers get Internet launch. Mirror
Darwin's papers published online. ITWeb South Africa
Cambridge releases Darwin's writings on Internet. Xinhua, China
Darwin online opens new world. The West Australian
Darwin's first drafts of evolution theory online for first time. Tech Herald
Darwin's private papers get Internet launch. US Daily
Darwin original theory goes online. Channel 4 News
Darwin's private papers get Internet launch. Yahoo news
Darwin's private papers get Internet launch. Scientific American
Darwin original theory goes online. The Press Association
Darwin's private papers get Internet launch. Reuters
GMTV website
Charles Darwin's theories hit the web. Cambridge Evening News
Darwin's diary dumps on Australia. Ninemsn, Australia
Darwin's private papers online. The Australian, Australia
Notes from Charles Darwins works and private life published online. Thaindian.com, Thailand
monthly newsletter of Leicester Secular Society
Online archive shows how Darwin's ideas evolved. EducationGuardian.co.uk
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
The Age, Australia
Brisbane Times, Australia
Times of India
Agence France-Presse
Channel Nine MSN, Australia
Daily Mirror
France 24
Der Spiegel, Germany
Yorkshire Post
STV (Scottish TV online)
US Daily
Philippines Inquirer
Net4Now
et al . ...


2009, 03.23 Darwin's student bills at Christ's College, Cambridge

Darwin's student bills have recently been discovered at Christ's College, Cambridge, where Darwin was a student from 1828-1831 and were published in full for the first time on Darwin Online with the kind permission of the Master and Fellows of Christ's College. Major international news coverage resulted from the online launch.

2009, 03.25 Darwin war als Student von Kopf bis Fuß ein Gentleman. Hamburger Abendblatt 
2009, 03.24 [Interview with John van Wyhe on Darwin's student bills] Reality Check. FM4 Österreichischer Rundfunk (Austrian radio)
2009, 03.24 Darwin's University Days. History Today
2009, 03.24 Tales of the City. Independent
2009, 03.23 [Interview with John van Wyhe on Darwin's student bills] BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
2009, 03.23 Darwin's student records published. The World Today. ABC Radio (Australia) (click for audio)
2009, 03.23 Charles Darwin's student debts. Guardian podcast.
2009, 03.23 Darwin's 'gentleman' student days. BBC News website.
2009, 03.23 Darwin's College Bills. Science magazine
2009, 03.23 Darwin's bills detailed. Nature
2009, 03.23 Charles Darwin spent more on shoes than books while at university, archives reveal. Mail Online
2009, 03.23 Darwin Archive Reveals Survival of the Most Comfortable. Digital Journal
2009, 03.23 Darwin’s student salad days uncovered. The Herald
2009, 03.23 Darwin 'was a designer shopaholic'. Daily Express
2009, 03.23 Darwin's day-to-day life dug up. Cambridge Evening News
2009, 03.23 Darwins Rechnungen. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
2009, 03.23 Student Darwin bezahlte Kaminkehrer und Schuheputzer. net tribune
2009, 03.23 At Cambridge, Darwin's Natural Selection was comfort, ledgers show. The Chronicle of Higher Education.
2009, 03.23 Flash Darwin. The Sun
2009, 03.23 Darwin 'liked his greens'. Press Association
2009, 03.22 Darwin's university lifestyle uncovered. Guardian
2009, 03.22 Darwin's university lifestyle uncovered. The Observer
2009, 03.22 Darwin: From apes to drapes. Metro
2009, 03.22 Book discovery sheds light on Darwin as student. International Herald Tribune
2009, 03.22 Archives shed light on Darwin's student days. Reuters
2009, 03.22 Darwin ’spent more on food than books during college days’. Silver scorpio
2009, 03.22 Charles Darwin's personal finances revealed in new find. Telegraph
2009, 03.22 Well-heeled Charles Darwin. Telegraph
2009, 03.20 Records of how charles darwin spent his money have been unearthed in Cambridge. Ely Standard


August 2008 Darwin Online is awarded the prestigious Thackray Medal by the Society for the History of Natural History which writes; 'The medal is awarded for a significant achievement in the history of those areas of interest to the Society in memory of John Thackray. ... [Darwin Online is] a monumental achievement: making freely available an exhaustive collection of primary sources and doing so in a way that is easy to use by both novices and experts'. The medal will be awarded by the President of the Society at its AGM on 28 March 2009 at the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

September 2008 AHRC funding ended.

October 2008 - September 2009. An anonymous donor generously funds Darwin Online for a further year.

The Vice Chancellor, Alison Richard, appointed Pro Vice Chancellor Kate Pretty to look into assisting Dr van Wyhe and Darwin Online to remain at Cambridge and to secure future funding. A "committee of oversight" was appointed by Kate Pretty to oversee the private donation (secured by van Wyhe) and act as PI, consisting of Anne Jarvis, Deputy head of Cambridge University Library, Jim Secord, and Mary Jacobus, Director of CRASSH. The committee informed van Wyhe that it would not serve as PI for any further funding, and therefore no further funding for Darwin Online would be accepted by the University of Cambridge and hence Darwin Online would have to find another institutional home.

June 2009 A glowing peer review assessment of the AHRC final report is received: A "resounding success". "I cannot imagine a better project in terms of value for money. This is a resource closely linked to top-level scholarly research, of clearly international significance, and meeting all the key objectives of AHRC funding, including knowledge transfer. It is a matter for celebration that the AHRC has supported this project."

July 2009 Negotiations with the private donor and the National University of Singapore are proceeding.


30 September 2009 The funding at the University of Cambridge expires and Darwin Online leaves the University and is set to move to the National University of Singapore - where it was founded by John van Wyhe in 2002. The Darwin Online website will remain fully active and URLs, links and full searchability will remain unaffected as the site continues to be generously hosted by CARET.


December 2009 John van Wyhe is appointed Senior Lecturer at NUS, and thus takes Darwin Online back to Singapore.

A private donation from the same anonymous donor will ensure the project can continue to grow and expand through 2013.


31 July 2010 John van Wyhe uploads last additions and updates to the site from Cambridge.


November 2010 Darwin Online Facebook page opened.


2012 New website launched. (new web design)


 

Former listings from the What's New page:

2009, 03.17

Darwin, C. R. 1876. Digest of evidence taken before the Royal Commission on the practice of subjecting live animals to experiments for scientific purposes: with an alphabetical list of witnesses. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office [Darwin's evidence on p. 34]. Image F1276 Colour images courtesy of J. David Archibald.

2009, 03.13

Darwin C. R. Notebook N: [Metaphysics and expression (1838-1839)]. Text & image CUL-DAR126.- Text now available side-by-side with corrected images of the notebook.

2009, 03.04

Darwin, C. R. 1871. The descent of man. (from advance-sheets of Darwin's new work.) Appletons' Journal 5 (98) (11 February): 171-173. Image F2042
A newly recorded Darwin publication!

New colour scans of American reviews of Darwin's works:

Anon. 1860. Darwin on the Origin of Species. New Englander 18 (70) (May): 516-519. Image A561

[Bowen, F.] 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. North American Review 90: 474-506. Image A15

Dawson, J. W. 1860. [Review of] Darwin on the origin of species by means of natural selection. Canadian Naturalist and Geologist 5: 100-120. Image A47

DuBois H. A. 1865. The origin and antiquity of man: Darwin, Huxley and Lyell, part I. American Quarterly Church Review, and Ecclesiastical Register 17 (2) (July): 169-197. Image A564.1

DuBois H. A. 1865. The origin and antiquity of man: Darwin, Huxley and Lyell, part II. American Quarterly Church Review, and Ecclesiastical Register 17 (3) (October): 337-366. Image A564.2

DuBois H. A. 1866. The origin and antiquity of man: Darwin, Huxley and Lyell, part III. American Quarterly Church Review, and Ecclesiastical Register 17 (4) (January): 505-534. Image A564.3

DuBois H. A. 1866. Analysis of Darwin, Huxley and Lyell: being a critical examination of the views of these authors in regard to the origin and antiquity of man. Republication from the American Quarterly Church Review. [No place]: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor. [Pamphlet version of the review above, front matter only] Image A565

Gray A. 1860. Discussion between two readers of Darwin's treatise on the Origin of Species, upon its natural theology. American Journal of Science and Arts 30 (89) (September): 226-239. Image A566

[Gray, A.] 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of Species. Atlantic Monthly 6 (July-August): 109-116, 229-239. Image A49

[Gray, A.] 1860. Review of Darwin's theory on the origin of species by means of natural selection. American Journal of Science and Arts (Ser. 2) 29 (March): 153-184. Image A50

[Gray, A.] 1860. Darwin and his reviewers. Atlantic Monthly 6 (October): 406-425. Image A51

Gray, A. 1861. A free examination of Darwin's treatise on the Origin of Species, and of its American reviewers. Reprinted from the Atlantic monthly for July, August, and October, 1860. London: Trübner & Co., Boston: Ticknor and Fields. Image A567

[Hall]. 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of Species. New York Times 9 (2658) (28 March): 3. Image A562

Parsons, T. 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of species. American Journal of Science and Arts (Ser. 2) 30 (July): 1-13. Image A60

2009, 02.24

1881-1882. Last will and testament of Charles Robert Darwin. Text & Image YorkProbateSubRegistry

2009, 02.23

Darwin, C. R. 1890. Journal of researches into the natural history and geology of the countries visited during the voyage of H.M.S. "Beagle" round the world. Under the command of Capt. Fitz Roy, R.N. With a biographical introduction [by G. T. Bettany]. 7th edn. London: Ward Lock (Minerva Library No. 1). Image PDF F60

2009, 02.19

Chancellor, Gordon. Introduction to South America. (1846)

2009, 02.19

Darwin, C. R. 1877. Des effets de la fécondation croisée et de la fécondation directe dans le règne végétal. Image PDF F1265 New images courtesy of the Natural History Museum, London.

Lyell, C. 1835. Principles of geology: being an inquiry how far the former changes of the Earth's surface are referable to causes now in operation. 3d edn. 4 vols. London: John Murray.
Vol. 1 Image PDF A550.1
Vol. 3 Image PDF A550.3

2009, 02.16

Notebook M: [Metaphysics on morals and speculations on expression (1838)]. Text Image CUL-DAR125.- Text now available side-by-side with corrected images of the notebook.

2009, 02.11

Four Spanish translations courtesy of the University of Seville:

Darwin, C. R. 1877. Origen de las especies. Text Image PDF F770
[Contains two letters from Darwin (in English & Spanish) not printed elsewhere]

Darwin, C. R. 1880. El origen del hombre: la seleccion natural y la sexual. Text Image PDF F1122b

Darwin, C. R. [c. 1902] La expressión de las emociones. Vol. 1 Image PDF F1214.1

Darwin, C. R. 1921. Diaro del viaje de un naturalista alrededor del mundo.
Vol. 1 Image PDF F252.1
Vol. 2 Image PDF F252.2

Malthus, T. 1826. An essay on the principle of population. 6th edn.
Vol. 1. Text A545.1
Vol. 2. Text A545.2

2009.01.26

Chancellor, Gordon and John van Wyhe. 'Ladies, like mermaids': An introduction to the Galapagos notebook

Darwin, C. R. 1873. Het uitdrukken der gemoedsaandoeningen bij den mensch en de dieren. [Expression of the emotions in Dutch] Trans. by H. Hartogh Heijs van Zouteveen. The Hague: Joh. Ykema. Image PDF F1182

2009.01.19

Barlow, N. 1932. Robert FitzRoy and Charles Darwin. Cornhill Magazine (April): 493-510. Text Image A536

Foote, G. W. 1889. Darwin on God. Image A551

Anon. 1887. Charles Darwin at Christ's. Christ's College Magazine October Term, pp. 17-27. Image A552

Darwin, Francis. 1914. [Obituary of] William Erasmus Darwin. Christ's College Magazine 29: 16-23. Image A554

Shipley, A. E. [1924.] Charles Darwin (1809-1882). In Cambridge Cameos, pp. 118-147. Image A555

2009.01.15

Census Returns of England and Wales. Entries relating to the Darwin family for 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881 and 1891.Text Image Text & image

2008.12.17

Notebook E: [Transmutation of species (1838-1839)] Text & image CUL-DAR124.-
Text now available side-by-side with corrected images of the notebook.

Lyell, Charles. 1863. The geological evidences of the antiquity of man with remarks on the origin of species by variation. 3rd ed. Text A282

2008.11.20

Notebook D: [Transmutation of species (7-10.1838)]. Text & image CUL-DAR123.-
Text now available side-by-side with corrected images of the notebook.

2008.11.18

Darwin, C. R. nd. Shot [Notes on shooting]. Text & image CUL-DAR91.1

Darwin, C. R. nd. the proper proportion of shot [Notes on shooting]. Text & image CUL-DAR91.2

Darwin, C. R. nd. Instructions for Young Sportsmen [Notes on shooting]. Text & image CUL-DAR91.3

2008.11.17

Darwin, Francis ed. 1892. Charles Darwin: his life told in an autobiographical chapter, and in a selected series of his published letters [abridged edition]. London: John Murray. Text F1461

2008.11.11

Anon. 1909. A visit to Darwin's village: reminiscences of some of his humble friends. Evening News (12 February): 4. Text Image A546

2008.11.06

Malthus, Thomas. 1826. An essay on the principle of population; or, a view of its past and present effects on human happiness; with an inquiry into our prospects respecting the future removal or mitigation of the evils which it occassions. London: John Murray. 6th edn.
Vol. 1. Image PDF A545.1
Vol. 2. Image PDF A545.2

2008.11.05

Darwin, C. R. Notebook C: [Transmutation of species (2-7.1838)]. Text & image CUL-DAR122.- Text now available side-by-side with corrected images of the notebook.

Darwin, C. R. [1872.] Viaggio di un naturalista intorno al mondo. Translated by Michele Lessona. Turin: Unione. Text Image PDF F211

2008.11.03

Wallace, A. R. 1895. Natural selection and tropical nature: Essays on descriptive and theoretical biology. Text A238
Plus the text of 30 more supplementary items here.

2008.10.28

Darwin, C. R. 1873. The expression of the emotions in man and animals. New York: D. Appleton. Image PDF F1143

Darwin, C. R. 1844. Naturwissenschaftliche Reise nach den den Inseln des grünen Vorgebirges, Südamerika, dem Feuerlande, den Falklandinseln, Chiloe-Inseln, Galapagos-Inseln, Otaheiti, Neuholland, Neuseeland, Van Diemen's-Land, Keeling-Inseln, Mauritius, St. Helena, den Azoren, etc. Translated by Ernst Dieffenbach. Brunswick: Friedrich Vierweg und Sohn.
Volume 1. Image PDF F188.1
Volume 2. Image PDF F188.2

2008.10.28

Darwin, C. R. [1868]. The variation of animals and plants under domestication. New York: Judd & Co. Preface by Asa Gray. 1st American ed.
Vol. 2 Image PDF F879.2

Darwin, C. R. 1871. The descent of man, and selection in relation to sex. New York: D. Appleton.
Vol. 1. Image PDF F942.1

Darwin, C. R. 1875. Insectivorous plants. New York: D. Appleton. Image PDF F1220

Darwin, C. R. 1877. The various contrivances by which orchids are fertilised by insects. New York: D. Appleton. 2d ed., revised. Image PDF F802

Darwin, C. R. 1881. The power of movement in plants. New York: D. Appleton. Image PDF F1327

2008.10.20

Skinner, A. J. 1927. [Letter of reminiscences of Darwin at Down House]. In Abbot, Twelve great modernists. New York, pp. 247-9. Text Image A543 A newly recorded recollection of Darwin!

2008.10.17

Anon. 1885. Unveiling the statue of the late Charles Darwin in the Natural History Museum, South Kensington. The Graphic (20 June): 621-22. Text Image A542

2008.10.16

Darwin, C. R. 1882. The formation of vegetable mould, through the action of worms, with observations on their habits. New York: D. Appleton. Image PDF F1363

2008.10.15

Darwin, C. R. 1871. The descent of man, and selection in relation to sex. New York: D. Appleton. Volume 2. Image PDF F942.2

Darwin, C. R. 1876. The movements and habits of climbing plants. New York: D. Appleton. Image PDF F838

2008.10.14

Darwin, C. R. 1894. [Note on a Toxodon skull]. In R. Owen ed. The life of Richard Owen. London: John Murray, vol. 1, pp. 119-120. Text Image F2032

Anon. 1897. [Down House to be let]. The Times (25 February): 16. Text A541

2008.10.13

Overview of illustrations of Darwin's Beagle specimens here.

Howarth. [1933.] A history of Darwin's parish: Downe, Kent. With a foreword by Sir Arthur Keith. Text Image A540

1877. M. Taine on the acquisition of language by children. Mind. A Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy 2, No. 6 (April): 252-9. Image A539 (Replied to by Darwin in F1779)

2008.10.10

de Beer, G. 1968. The Darwin letters at Shrewsbury School. Notes and Records of the Royal Society 23 (1) (June): 68-85. Text Image A538

New colour images of:
Darwin, C. R. 1877. A biographical sketch of an infant. Mind. A Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy 2 (7) (July): 285-294. Text Image PDF F1779

2008.10.09

Anon. 1894. Proposed memorial to the late Charles Darwin. Public meeting in Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury Chronicle (2 February). [offprint] Image A537

Wollaston, T. V. 1857. Catalogue of the coleopterous insects of Madeira in the collection of the British Museum. London: Trustees of the British Museum. Image A534

Günther, A. 1858. Catalogue of the Batrachia Salientia in the collection of the British Museum. London: Trustees of the British Museum. Image A535

2008.10.08

Darwin, C. R. ed. 1842. Fish Part 4 of The zoology of the voyage of HMS Beagle. by Leonard Jenyns. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text Image PDF F9.4 Courtesy of the Trustees of the Natural History Museum (London).

Darwin, C. R. ed. 1843. Reptiles Part 5 of The zoology of the voyage of HMS Beagle. by Thomas Bell. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text Image PDF F9.5 Courtesy of the Trustees of the Natural History Museum (London).

Darwin, C. R. 1877. The different forms of flowers on plants of the same species. New York: D. Appleton. Image PDF F1278 (First American edition)

2008.10.02

Chancellor, Gordon. Introduction to Volcanic islands

2008.10.01

Busk, G. 1852. Catalogue of marine Polyzoa in the collection of the British Museum. Part I. Cheilostomata (part). London: Trustees of the British Museum. Image A532.1

Busk, G. 1854. Catalogue of marine Polyzoa in the collection of the British Museum, Part II. Cheilostomata (part). London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History). Image A532.2

Busk, G. 1875. Catalogue of marine Polyzoa in the collection of the British Museum, Part III. Cyclostomata. London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History). Image A532.3

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Abbot, F. E. 3.12.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A1-A2

Bentham, George. 30.5.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A5-A7

Blomefield, L. Jenyns. 1.5.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A67-A68

Butler, T. 13.9.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A10-A12

Calman W. J. 25.4.1912. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A13

Cameron J. H. L. 15.9.[ny]. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A14

Cox C. F. 3.3.1889. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A15

Cradock, E. H. 10.7.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A16-A17

Darwin, William Erasmus. 30.1.[ny]. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A26-A27

Forster, Laura May. 1.1883. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A31-A37

Forster, Laura May. 16.11.1885. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A38-A47

Forster, Laura May. 30.11.1885. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A48-A49

Fraser, George D. 21.3.1888. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A50-A51

Galton, Francis. [nd]. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A52-A53

Hamond, Robert Nicholas 19.9.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A54-A55

Heaviside, James William Lucas. 15.9.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A56-A57

Herbert, J. M. 12.6.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A60-A61

Herbert, J. M. 26.5.1882 [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A58-A59

Innes, John Brodie. 26.6.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A65-A66

King, Philip Gidley. 8.9.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A74-A75

Litchfield, H. E. 18.3.1887. [Recollections of Darwin's health.] Text CUL-DAR112.A79-A82

Mellersh, Arthur. 10.6.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A83

Minching, W. 9.1.1883. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A85b-A85d

Paget, George Edward. 13.9.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A86-A91

Paget, George Edward. 17.9.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A92-A93

Rodwell, John Medows. 8.7.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A94-A95

Stokes, John Lort. 16.9.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A97-A98

Sulivan, B. J. 12.12.1884. [Recollections of Darwin and the Beagle.] Text CUL-DAR112.A99-A108

Watkins, F. 18.7.[1887]. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A111-A114

Wedgwood K. E. Sophy. 15.12.1885. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A117

Wedgwood, K. G. S. 14.7.1889. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A115-A116

Marchant, J. ed. 1916. Alfred Russel Wallace letters and reminiscences.
Vol. 1. Text F1592.1

2008.09.25

Chancellor, Gordon. Introduction to Coral reefs.

2008.09.23

Darwin, Emma. 1882. [Reminiscences of Charles Darwin's last years.] Text Image CUL-DAR210.9

2008.09.18

Darwin, C. R. [Edinburgh notebook]. (1827; 1828-1829; 1837-1839). Text Image CUL-DAR118.-
The first complete transcription of this notebook- which also contains Cambridge beetle notes and post-Beagle voyage zoology notes.

2008.09.17

Darwin, C. R. [1868]. The variation of animals and plants under domestication. With a preface by Asa Gray. New York: Orange Judd and Co. 1st American edition.
Vol. 1 Image PDF F879.1

2008.09.12

Darwin, C. R. 1882. [Extract from a letter on the origin of mammals]. In Savile, B. W. 1882. The late Mr. Darwin. Record n.s. 1: 149. Text Image F2031

2008.09.10

Darwin, C. R. 1845. [Testimonial.] In Hooker, Joseph Dalton ed., Testimonials in favour of Joseph Dalton Hooker R.N., M.D., F.L.S. as a candidate for the vacant chair of botany in the University of Edinburgh. Second series [of four]. Edinburgh: Neil and Co., p. 25. Text Image F2030

Hooker, J. D. ed., 1845. Testimonials in favour of Joseph Dalton Hooker R.N., M.D., F.L.S. as a candidate for the vacant chair of botany in the University of Edinburgh. In four series. Edinburgh: Neil and Co. Image PDF A519

2008.09.10

Darwin, C. R. [c. 1827.] [Notes on reading Sumner's Evidence of Christianity]. Text & Image CUL-DAR91.114-118
Rare reading notes for Darwin's preparation to become a clergyman.

2008.09.07

Darwin, C. R. [5.1865.] Hypothesis of Pangenesis. Text & Image CUL-DAR51.C36-C74

Bibron, G. 1841. Le rhinoderme de Darwin. Rhinoderma Darwinii. In Duméril, A. M. C. & Bibron, G. eds. Erpétologie générale, ou Histoire naturelle compléte des reptiles. Paris: Librairie Encyclopedique de Roret, vol. 8, p. 659. Text Image A518

2008.09.06

Chancellor, Gordon. Introduction to 'Chiloe Janr. 1835' [Beagle notes]. DAR35.328,328a-328j

Lyell, Charles. 1830-3. Principles of geology, being an attempt to explain the former changes of the Earth's surface, by reference to causes now in operation. London: John Murray.
Volume 1.   Text
Volume 2.   Text
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2008.09.04

[Buob, L.] 1882. Darwin's Heim. Ueber Land und Meer. Allgemeine illustrierte Zeitung No. 34: 691-2, 1 plate, p. 688. [with English translation] Text A333

2008.08.29

Darwin, C. R. 1881. [Letter to G. E. Mengozzi on design in nature]. Roma Etrusca no. 2 (15 July): 10. Text Image F1970

Darwin, C. R. ed. 1840. Fossil Mammalia Part 1 of The zoology of the voyage of HMS Beagle. by Richard Owen. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text Image PDF F9.1

Darwin, C. R. ed. 1839. Mammalia Part 2 of The zoology of the voyage of HMS Beagle. by George R. Waterhouse. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text Image PDF F9.2

2008.08.22

Chancellor, Gordon. 'Coccatoos & Crows': An introduction to the Sydney Notebook

2008.08.21

Darwin, C. R. 1882. [Quotation from a letter on civilizing the Fuegians]. Leisure Hour p. 533. Text Image F2022

2008.08.15

[Leifchild, John R.] 1859. [Review of] On the origin of species. Athenaeum no. 1673 (19 November): 659-660. Image A506

Anon. 1859. Charles Darwin on the origin of species. Chambers's Journal 11: 388-391. Image A507

Lewes, G. H. 1860. Studies in animal life. Cornhill Magazine 1: 438-447. (Reprinted from John Bull 24 December 1859) Image A508

Anon. 1860. Natural selection. All the Year Round 3 no.63 (7 July): 293-299. Image A509

D. T. A. 1860. Palaeontology. Dublin University Magazine 55 (June): 712-722. Image A510

Hooker, J. D. 1859. [Review of] On the origin of species. Gardeners' Chronicle (31 December): 1052. part 1 Image A511

[Church, W. R.] 1860. [Review of] On the origin of species. Guardian (London) (8 February): 134-135. Image A512

Hibberd, Shirley. 1861. The genesis of organic forms. Recreative Science 2 (January): 266-267. Image A513

Anon. 1859. [Review of] On the origin of species. Saturday Review (London) (24 December): 775-776. Image [Including 15 October 1859 advertizement for Origin of species] A514

Anon. 1839. [Review of] Narrative... [and] Journal of researches... Quarterly Review 65, no. 129 (December): 194-234. Image A515

[Pelligrini, Carlo]. 1873. Men of the day, no. 57. "Old Bones." [Richard Owen]. Vanity Fair (1 March). Image A516

2008.08.14

Ape [Carlo Pelligrini]. 1869. Statesmen no. 25: [Samuel Wilberforce]. Vanity Fair (24 July): 50. Image A504

Ape [Carlo Pelligrini]. 1871. Men of the day no 19: [Thomas Henry Huxley]. Vanity Fair (28 January): 306. Image A503

2008.08.12

Darwin, C. R. 1866. L'origine des espèces par sélection naturelle ou des lois de transformation des êtres organisés. Traduit en Français avec l'autorisation de l'auteur par Clémence Royer avec une préface et des notes du traducteur. Deuxième édition augmentée d'après des notes de l'auteur. Paris: Victor Masson et fils; Guillaumin et Cie. Text Image PDF (Interim images from Google books) F656

Darwin, C. R. 1870. De la fécondation des orchidées par les insectes et des bons résultats du croisement. Trans. by Louis Rérolle. Paris: C. Reinwald. Text Image PDF (Interim images from Bibliothèque nationale de France http://gallica.bnf.fr) F818

1873. L'origine des espèces au moyen de la sélection naturelle, ou La lutte pour l'existence dans la nature. Text Image PDF (Interim images from Bibliothèque nationale de France http://gallica.bnf.fr) F660

Darwin, C. R. 1877. Les mouvements et les habitudes des plantes grimpantes. Ouvrage traduit de l'anglais sur la deuxième édition par le Dr Richard Gordon. Paris: C.Reinwald et Cie. Text Image PDF (Interim images from Bibliothèque nationale de France http://gallica.bnf.fr) F858

Darwin, C. R. 1877. Des effets de la fécondation croisée et de la fécondation directe dans le règne végétal. Ouvrage traduit de l'anglais et annoté avec autorisation de l'auteur, par le Dr Edouard Heckel. Paris: C.Reinwald et Cie. Text Image PDF (Interim images from Bibliothèque nationale de France http://gallica.bnf.fr) F1265

Darwin, C. R. 1879-1880. De la variation des animaux et des plantes à l'état domestique. Traduit sur la seconde édition anglaise par Ed. Barbier; préface de Carl Vogt. Paris: C. Reinwald et Cie. (Interim images from Bibliothèque nationale de France http://gallica.bnf.fr)
Vol. 1 Text Image PDF F913.1
Vol. 2 Text Image PDF F913.2

Darwin, C. R. 1880. Erasmus Darwin und seine Stellung in der Geschichte der Descendenz-Theorie von Ernst Krause. Mit seinem Lebens- und Charakterbilde von Charles Darwin. Leipzig: E. Günther. Text Image PDF (Interim images from Bibliothèque nationale de France http://gallica.bnf.fr) F1323

Darwin, C. R. 1887. Über den Instinkt. In G. J. Romanes, Die geistige Entwicklung im Tierreich. Leipzig: E. Günther. Text Image PDF (Interim images from Bibliothèque nationale de France http://gallica.bnf.fr) F1445

Darwin, C. R. 1890. L'expression des Émotions chez l'homme et les animaux. 2d ed. Trans. by S. Pozzi and René Benoit. Paris: C. Reinwald. Text Image PDF (Interim images from Bibliothèque nationale de France http://gallica.bnf.fr) F1186

Darwin, C. R. 1891. La descendance de l'homme et la sélection sexuelle. Trans. by Edmond Barbier. Preface by Carl Vogt. Paris: C. Reinwald. Text Image PDF (Interim images from Bibliothèque nationale de France http://gallica.bnf.fr) F1062

Darwin, C. R. 1902. Observations géologiques sur les iles volcaniques: explorées par l'expédition du "Beagle" et notes sure la géologie de l'Australie et du Cap de Bonne-Espérance. Trans. by A. F. Renard. Paris: C. Reinwald. Text Image PDF F310

2008.08.11

Darwin, C. R. ed. 1838-1840. Fossil Mammalia Part 1 of The zoology of the voyage of HMS Beagle. by Richard Owen. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Image PDF F9.1

Darwin, C. R. ed. 1838-1839. Mammalia Part 2 of The zoology of the voyage of HMS Beagle. by George R. Waterhouse. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Image PDF F9.2

2008.08.08

Beck, R. 1865. [Darwin's dissecting microscope.] A treatise on the construction, proper use, and capabilities of Smith, Beck, and Beck's achromatic microscopes. London: J. Van Voorst, pp. 102-104. Text Image A500

2008.08.04

Darwin, C. R. 1870. [Note on the age of certain birds]. In Lankester, E. R. On comparative longevity in man and the lower animals. London: Macmillan, p. 58. Text Image F1991 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Keynes, Neville. 1877. [Recollection of Darwin's honorary LLD degree]. Diary. Text CUL-Add.7831.2

Anon. 1883. Mr. Charles Darwin on infant development. The Field Naturalist pp. 5-7. Text Image A497

Darwin, C. R. Charles Darwin on animal mimicry. The Field Naturalist p. 134. Text Image F2021

Geldart, E. M. 1883. Anecdote of the late Charles Darwin. The Field Naturalist p. 21. Text Image A498

Anon. 1883. Darwin's handwriting. The Field Naturalist p. 78. Text Image A499

2008.07.30

Huxley, Leonard. 1921. The home life of Charles Darwin. R.P.A. Annual [Rationalist Press Association] pp. 5-9. Text Image A481

Fabre, Henri. 1913. My relations with Darwin. The Fortnightly Review n.s. 94: 661-675. Text Image A482

Vignoles, O. J. 1893. The home of a naturalist. Good Words 34: 95-101. Text Image A483

Bowen, Elizabeth. 1934. The mulberry tree [Downe House]. In Greene, Graham ed., The old school: essays by divers hands. London: Jonathan Cape, pp. 45-59. Text Image A484

[Litchfield, Henrietta Emma.] 1910. Richard Buckley Litchfield: a memoir written for his friends by his wife. Cambridge: privately printed. [Darwin extracts only] Text Image A485

Anon. 1882. [Obituary] Charles Robert Darwin. Punch (29 April): 203. Text Image A486

Nash, Wallis. 1919. A lawyer's life on two continents. Boston: Richard G. Badger, the Gorham Press. [Darwin reminiscences only] Text Image A488

[Duff, Ursula Grant ed.] 1924. The life-work of Lord Avebury (Sir John Lubbock) 1834-1913. London: Watts & Co. [Darwin recollections only] Text Image A489

[Shipley, Arthur Everett and James Crawford Simpson eds.] 1909. Darwin centenary: the portraits, prints and writings of Charles Robert Darwin, exhibited at Christ's College, Cambridge 1909. [Cambridge: University Press]. Text Image A490

Webster, A. D. 1888. Darwin's garden. Gardeners' Chronicle (24 March): 359-360. Text Image A491

2008.07.25

Darwin, C. R. ed. 1841. Birds Part 3 of The zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. by John Gould. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text F9.3

2008.07.08

Darwin, C. R. 1875. The movements and habits of climbing plants. 2d ed. Image PDF F836

2008.07.08

Besancenet, A. de. 1892. Charles Darwin (1809-1882). Les Contemporains (Paris) No. 11 (25 December): 1-16. Text Image A352

2008.07.03

Darwin, C. R. 1881. [Quotation from a letter]. In R[achel, G. W.], Mr. Darwin on Dr. Hahn's discovery of fossil organisms in meteorites. Science 2, No. 61 (27 August): 410. Text Image F1929 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

2008.06.30

Anon. 1836. [Return of the Beagle and Darwin's observations]. Nautical Magazine 5: 755. Text A351

2008.06.27

Ashworth, J. H. 1935. Charles Darwin as a student in Edinburgh, 1825-1827. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 55: 97-113, pls. 1-2. Text Image A349

Bury, J. P. T. 1967. Romilly's Cambridge Diary 1832-42. Selected passages from the diary of the Rev. Joseph Romilly Fellow of Trinity College and Registrary of the University of Cambridge. Cambridge: University Press, p. 110. [Recollection of Darwin only] Text A348

Martin, A. Patchett. 1893. Life and letters of the Right Honourable Robert Lowe, Viscount Sherbrooke, G.C.B., D.C.L., etc., with a memoir of Sir John Coape Sherbrooke, G.C.B. sometimes Governor-General of Canada. London: Longmans, Green and Co. 2 vols. [Darwin recollections only, vol. 1, pp. 19-20; vol. 2, pp. 198-207.] Text Image A350

2008.06.23

Blackman, F. F. 1932. Obituary notice of Francis Darwin. (With portrait). 1848-1925. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 110: i-xxi. Text Image A346

[Owen, R.] 1853. Descriptive catalogue of the osteological series contained in the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons of England Vol. 1: Pisces, Reptilia, Aves, Marsupialia. London: Taylor and Francis. Text Image A150

2008.06.23

Herbert, Sandra. 1999. An 1830s View from Outside Switzerland: Charles Darwin on the "Beryl Blue" Glaciers of Tierra del Fuego. Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 92: 339-346. Text Image A345

2008.06.19

Darwin, C. R. ed. 1841. Birds Part 3 of The zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. by John Gould. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Image PDF F9.3 By permission of the Trustees of the Natural History Museum (London). With thanks to Judith Magee and Jessica Warde of the Natural History Museum for scanning and providing this book.

2008.06.18

Darwin, C. R. 1882. The formation of vegetable mould, through the action of worms, with observations on their habits. 7th thousand. Corrected by Francis Darwin. London: John Murray. Image PDF F1364 By permission of the Trustees of the Natural History Museum (London). With thanks to Judith Magee and Jessica Warde of the Natural History Museum for scanning and providing this book.

Darwin, C. R. [1891.] De reis van de "Beagle": dagboek van de onderzoekingen. Image PDF F176 By permission of the Trustees of the Natural History Museum (London). With thanks to Judith Magee and Jessica Warde of the Natural History Museum for scanning and providing this book.

Huxley, T. H. 1888. [Obituary notice: Charles Robert Darwin.] Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 44 (269): i-xxv. Text Image A344

2008.06.17

Three newly recorded Darwin publications!

Darwin, C. R. 1837. [Note on an Australian insect.] In Waterhouse, G. R., Descriptions of some new species of exotic insects. [Read 5 December 1836.] Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 2: 194. Text F2015

Darwin, C. R. 1841. [Notes on South American beetles.] In Waterhouse, G. R., [Descriptions of Some New Coleopterous Insects from the Southern Parts of S. America, Collected by C. Darwin, Esq. and T. Bridges, Esq.] [Read 14 December 1841.] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 9: 110, 128. Text F2016

Darwin, C. R. 1851. [Note on a Galapagos lichen]. In Hooker, J. D., An enumeration of the plants of the Galapagos Archipelago; with descriptions of those which are new. [Read 4 March, 6 May, and 16 December 1845.] Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 20: 164. Text F2017

More specimen transcriptions:

Hooker, W. J. & Arnott, G. A. W. 1841. Contributions towards a Flora of South America and the islands of the Pacific. Journal of Botany, London, 3: 19-47. Text Image A145

Hooker, W. J. & Arnott, G. A. W. 1841. Contributions towards a Flora of South America and the islands of the Pacific. Journal of Botany, London, 3: 310-348. Text Image A146

2008.06.16

Four newly recorded Darwin publications!

Darwin, C. R. 1840. [Notes on Chilean beetles.] In Waterhouse, G. R., Description of a new species of the genus Lophotus, from the collection of Charles Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 5 (July): 330, 332. Text F2010

Darwin, C. R. 1841. [Notes on South American spiders.] In White, A., Descriptions of new or little known Arachnida. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 7 (July): 474, 476. Text F2011

Darwin, C. R. 1841. [Note on a ground-beetle found off the Straits of Magellan.] In Waterhouse, G. R., Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 6 (December): 254. Text F2012

Darwin, C. R. 1842. [Notes on South American beetles.] In Waterhouse, G. R., Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 9 (April): 136-137. Text F2013

Darwin, C. R. 1842. [Note on a mushroom from Maldonado.] In Berkeley, M. J., Notice on some fungi collected by C. Darwin, Esq., in South America and the Islands of the Pacific. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 9 (August): 446. Text F2014

More specimen transcriptions:

Hooker, W. J. & Arnott, G. A. W. 1836. Contributions towards a Flora of South America and the islands of the Pacific. Companion to the Botanical Magazine 2: 41-52. Text Image A152

Waterhouse, G. R. 1837. Descriptions of some new species of exotic insects. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 2: 188-196, pl. XVII. Text Image A156

Babington, C. C. 1841. Dytiscidae Darwinianae; or, Descriptions of the Species of Dytiscidae collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., M.A. Sec. G. S. &c., in South America and Australia during his Voyage in H.M.S. Beagle. Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London 3: 1-17. Text Image A38

Owen, R. 1838. Description d'une machoire inferieure et de dents de Toxodon trouvées à Bahia-Blanca, à 39° de latitude sur la cote Est de l'Amerique méridionale. Annales des Sciences Naturelles, second series (Zoologie) 2: 45-54, pls. 2-3. Text Image A137

Waterhouse, G. R. 1840. Descriptions of some new species of Carabideous insects, from the collection made by C. Darwin, Esq., in the southern parts of S. America. Magazine of Natural History 4: 354-362. Text Image A128

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. [Descriptions of Some New Coleopterous Insects from the Southern Parts of S. America, Collected by C. Darwin, Esq. and T. Bridges, Esq.] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 9: 105-28. Text Image A92

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 7: 120-129. Text Image A129

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. Dytiscidae Darwinianae; or, descriptions of the species of Dytiscidae collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., M.A. Sec. G.S. &c., in South America and Australia, during his voyage in H.M.S. Beagle. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 3: 1-17, pl. I. Text Image A157

Walker, F. 1843. Descriptions of Chalcidites discovered near Conception, in South America, by C. Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11: 30-32. Text Image A123

Walker, F. 1843. Descriptions of Chalcidites found near Lima by C. Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11: 115-117. Text Image A124

Walker, F. 1843. Descriptions of Chalcidites discovered in Coquimbo by C. Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11: 185-188. Text Image A126

Waterhouse, G. R. 1843. Description of a new genus of Carabideous insects brought from the Falkland Islands by Charles Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11: 281-283. Text Image A133

Ehrenberg, C. G. 1844. Über einen die ganze Luft längere Zeit trübenden Staubregen im hohen atlantischen Ocean, in 70° 43' N.B. 26 W.L., und dessen Mischung aus zahlreichen Kieselthieren. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeigneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 194-207. Text Image A138

Ehrenberg, C. G. 1845. Über eine aus feinstem Kieselmehl von Infusorien bestehende Schminke der Feuerländer. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeingneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 63-64. Text Image A139

Ehrenberg, C. G. 1845. Über einen bedeutenden Infusorien haltenden vulkanischen Aschen-Tuff (Pyrobiolith) auf der Insel Ascension. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeingneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 140-42. Text Image A140

Ehrenberg, C. G. 1845. Über einen See-Infusorien haltenden weissen vulkanischen Aschen-Tuff (Pyrobioloth) als sehr grosse Gebirgsmasse in Patagonien. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeingneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 143-57. Text Image A141

Gray, John Edward. 1845. [Specimens presented by Darwin in] Catalogue of the specimens of lizards in the collection of the British Museum. London: Newman. Text Image A275

Waterhouse, G. R. 1845. Descriptions of some new genera and species of Heteromerous Coleoptera. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 16: 317-324. Text Image A98

Waterhouse, G. R. 1845. Descriptions of Coleopterous Insects Collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., in the Galapagos Islands. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 16: 19-41. Text Image A99

Morris, J., Sharpe, D.1846. Description of eight species of brachyopodous shells from the Palaeozoic rocks of the Falkland Islands. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 2: (25 March) 274-278, pls. X - XI. Text Image A147

Hooker, J. D. 1846. Description of Pleuropetalum, a new genus of Portulaceae, from the Galapagos Islands. London Journal of Botany 5: 108-9. Text Image A113

Hooker, J. D. 1851. An enumeration of the plants of the Galapagos Archipelago; with descriptions of those which are new. [Read 4 March, 6 May, and 16 December 1845.] Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 20: 163-233. Text Image A149

Lubbock, J. 1853. Description of a new genus of Calanidae. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 1853: 25-29, pl. 1. Text Image A309

[Owen, R.] 1853. Descriptive catalogue of the osteological series contained in the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons of England Vol. 2: Mammalia Placentalia. London: Taylor and Francis. Text Image A151

Owen, R. 1857. On the Scelidothere (Scelidotherium leptocephalum, Owen). [Read 18 December 1856] Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 147: 101-110. Text Image A244

Ramsay, A. C., Bristow, H. W., Geikie, A. & Bauerman, H. 1862. A descriptive catalogue of the rock specimens in the Museum of Practical Geology, with explanatory notices of their nature and mode of occurrence in place. Third edition, revised and partly re-written. London: Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. Text Image A155

Cobbold, T. S. 1873. Notes on Entozoa—Part I. [Read 10 October] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 47 (18 November): 736-742, 1 plate. Text Image A293

Cobbold, T. S. 1874. Notes on Entozoa. Part II. [Read 2 January] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 48 (3 February): 124-8, 1 plate. Text Image A294

Waterhouse, C. O. 1875. On some new genera and species of Heteromerous Coleoptera (Helopidae) from Tierra del Fuego. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London IV (December): 331-337. Text Image A158

Harker, A. 1907. Notes on the rocks of the "Beagle" Collection. Geological Magazine 5th ser. 4: 100-106. Text Image A104

Hickson, S. J. 1921. On Some Alcyonaria in the Cambridge Museum. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 20: 366-73. Text Image A93

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Chancellor, Gordon. 'Runaway Rascals': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.6

Owen, R. 1838. Beschreibung eines zu Bahia Blanca, unter 39° Breite auf der Ostküste des südlichen America's, gefundenen Unterkiefers und Zähne von Toxodon. Neue Notizen aus dem Gebiete der Natur- und Heilkunde 8 (174): 308-312. Text A134

Walker, F. 1838. Descriptions of some Chalcidites discovered by C. Darwin, Esq. Entomogical Magazine 5: 469-477. Text A37

Waterhouse, G. R. 1840. Description of a New Species of the Genus Lophotus, from the Collection of Charles Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 5(July): 329-32. Text A100

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 6: 351-355. Text A130

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 6 (December): 254-257. Text A131

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. [A drawing, and the tail and jaws of a new species of Delphinus]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 9: 23-24. Text A103

White, A. 1841. Descriptions of new or little known Arachnida. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 7 (July): 471-477. Text A132

Berkeley, M. J. 1842. Notice on some fungi collected by C. Darwin, Esq., in South America and the Islands of the Pacific. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 9 (August): 443-448. Text A127

Waterhouse, G. R. 1842. Description of a new species of lamellicorn beetle, brought from Valdivia by C. Darwin, Esq. The Entomologist 18 (April): 281-283. Text A135

Walker, F. 1842. Descriptions of Chalcidites discovered by C. Darwin, Esq., near Valparaiso. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 10: 113-117. Text A121

Waterhouse, G. R. 1842. Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 9 (April): 134-139. Text A136

Walker, F. 1843. Descriptions of Chalcidites discovered by C. Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 12: 45-46. Text A122

Walker, F. 1843. Descriptions of Chalcidites discovered in the Isle of Chonos by C. Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11: 184-185. Text A125

2008.06.11

Herbert, S. 1991. Charles Darwin as a prospective geological author. British Journal for the History of Science 24: 159-192. Text Image PDF A342

New colour images of:
Wallace, A. R. 1883. The debt of science to Darwin. Century magazine 25, 3 (January): 420-432. Text Image PDF A106

2008.06.10

Hooker, W. J. & Arnott, G. A. W. 1836. Contributions towards a Flora of South America and the islands of the Pacific. Companion to the Botanical Magazine 2: 250-254. Text A153

Martin, W. 1837. [Observations on a Specimen of Dasypus hybridus, Desm., from Mr. Darwin's Collection]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 13-14. Text A91

Gould, J. 1837. [Remarks on a Group of Ground Finches from Mr. Darwin's Collection, with Characters of the New Species]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 4-7. Text A88

Martin, W. 1837. [Observations upon a New Fox from Mr. Darwin's Collection (Vulpes fulvipes)]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 11-12. Text A90

Hope, F. W. 1837. Descriptions of some species of Carabidae, collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., in his late Voyage. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 2: 128-131. Text A101

Waterhouse, G. R. 1837. Notes on a collection of the genus Mus presented to the Society by Charles Darwin, continued. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5 (28 February): 27-32. Text A308

Waterhouse, George R. 1837. Notes on a collection of the genus Mus presented to the Society by Charles Darwin. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (14 February ): 15-22. Text A307

Gould, J. 1837. [Observations on a species of Sterna in King's College, a species of cormorant in the United Service Museum and three species of the genus Orpheus, from the Galapagos, in the collection of Mr. Darwin]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5 (28 February): 26-27. Text A306

Owen, R. 1837. A description of the Cranium of the Toxodon Platensis, a gigantic extinct mammiferous species, referrible by its dentition to the Rodentia, but with affinities to the Pachydermata and the Herbivorous Cetacea. [Read 19 April] Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 2: 541-542. Text A235

Reid, J. 1837. [Notes on Several Quadrupeds in Mr. Darwin's Collection]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 4. Text A87

Waterhouse, G. R. 1837. Descriptions of some of the insects brought to this country by C. Darwin, Esq. [Read 2 January] Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 2: 131-35. Text A102

Berkeley, M. J. 1839. Notice of Some Fungi Collected by C. Darwin, Esq., during the Expedition of H. M. Ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 4: 291-93. Text A97

Newman, E. 1840. Entomological notes. The Entomologist 1: 7-13. Text A95

2008.06.06

Glick, T. F. 1982. Darwin en España. Barcelona: Col. Libros de Bolsillo 574, Ediciones Peninsula. Text Image PDF A338

Armstrong, P. 2002. Antlions: A link between Charles Darwin and an early Suffolk naturalist. Transactions of the Suffolk Natural History Society 38: 81-86. Text Image A339

Winstanley, D. A. ed. 1932. Henry Gunning: Reminiscences of Cambridge. Cambridge: University Press, pp. 32-41. Text Image A337

Haartman, L. von. 1960. Charles Darwin and ethology. Societas Scientiarum Fennica Commentationes Biologicae XXII. 7: 1-28. Text Image A340

Pemberton, S. G. and R. W. Frey. 1990. Darwin on worms: the advent of experimental neoichnology. Ichnos 1: 65-71. Text Image A341

2008.06.05

Darwin, C. R. 1890. Journal of researches into the natural history and geology of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle etc. London: Thomas Nelson. Image PDF F63

2008.06.02

Darwin, C. R. 1905. The voyage of the "Beagle" Journal of researches into the natural history and geology of the countries visited during the voyage round the world of H.M.S. "Beagle". London: Amalgamated Press, Harmsworth Library. Image F106 [Cover and front matter only - the first edition of Darwin's famous work to be called 'The Voyage of the Beagle']

2008.05.27

Text fully corrected by Sue Asscher:
Darwin, C. R. 1872. The origin of species by means of natural selection, or the preservation of favoured races in the struggle for life. 6th ed. Text Image PDF F391

2008.05.21

Chancellor, Gordon. 'Well wooded with willows': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.7

Chancellor, Gordon. 'Oh the difference with England!': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.16

2008.05.19

Colour images of:

Darwin, C. R. 1872. The origin of species by means of natural selection, or the preservation of favoured races in the struggle for life. 6th ed. Image PDF F391 By permission of the Trustees of the Natural History Museum (London). With thanks to Judith Magee and Jessica Warde of the Natural History Museum for scanning and providing this book.

2008.05.16

Improved colour images of:

Barlow, N. ed. 1945. Charles Darwin and the voyage of the Beagle. Image PDF F1571 Click to see illustrations

2008.05.15

[Buob, L.] [1882.] Darwin's Heim. Ueber Land und Meer. Allgemeine illustrierte Zeitung No. 34: 691-2, 1 plate. p. 688. Image A333 A newly recorded recollection of a visit to Down House.

2008.05.14

Darwin, C. R. The immersion of leaves in a solution of sugar [draft of `Insectivorous plants' pp. 293-4] (1874-1875). Text Image SA-Haandskrift394A[.1] A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN MANUSCRIPT! With thanks to Darwin in Denmark.

Darwin C. R. 1882. [Letter to New York Entomological Club]. In H. Edwards, Obituary. Charles Robert Darwin F.R.S. Papilio. Organ of the New York Entomological Club 2, no. 5 (May): 81. Text Image F2009 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Darwin, C. R. 1881. [Letter to Mrs. Emily Talbot on the mental and bodily development of infants]. Social science.—Infant education. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 15, no. 2 (April): 206-7. Text Image PDF F1995 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Darwin, Emma. 1868. [Letter on the spinal ice-bag]. In J. Chapman, Sea-sickness and how to prevent it: an explanation of its nature and successful treatment, through the agency of the nervous system, by means of the spinal ice-bag. With an introduction on the general principles of neuro-therapeutics. London: Trübner and Co., p. 101. Text Image A329

2008.05.13

New colour images of:

[1835]. [Extracts from letters addressed to Professor Henslow]. Image PDF F1

Blomefield, Leonard Jenyns. 1887. Chapters in my life. Bath: [privately printed]. Text Image PDF A328 A new Darwin recollection

2008.05.09

'Admissions 1818-1828'. Christ's College, Cambridge. Images CC-T.1.4 New images of the complete book.

Huxley, T. H. 1860. On species and races, and their origin. The Medical Circular No. 401 (7 March): 149-150. Text Image A327

Waterhouse, F. H. 1878. [Coleoptera collected by Charles Darwin]. Nature 19 (19 December): 162. Text Image A324

Waterhouse, F.H. 1879. Descriptions of new Coleoptera of geographical interest, collected by Charles Darwin, Esq. Journal of the Linnean Society. Zoology 14: 530-534. Text Image A325

Cockerell, T.D.A. 1932. Bees collected by Charles Darwin on the voyage of the 'Beagle'. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 40 (December): 519-522. Text Image A322

Funkhouse, W.D. 1934. A new membracid collected by Charles Darwin (Homoptera). Entomological News 45 (8) (October): 203-204. Text Image A323

Bryant, G. E. 1942. New species of Chrysomelidae, Halticinae (Coleopt.), collected by Charles Darwin during the voyage of the 'Beagle', 1832-1836. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Ser. 11) 9: 99-107. Text Image A326

2008.05.01

Wilder, B. G. 1880. The two kinds of vivisection—sentisection and callisection [forwarded to Nature by Darwin]. Nature 22 (30 September): 517-518. Text Image A231

Rosen, B. 1982. Darwin, coral reefs, and global geology. BioScience 32 (6): 519-525. Text Image PDF A320 [Source of the well-known 'Darwin was right!' sign placed by a borehole on a coral attol.]

2008.04.29

Darwin, C. R. 1845. [Letter on Patagonian stone]. In Ehrenberg, C. G. Vorläufige zweite Mittheilung über die . . . Beziehungen des kleinsten organischen Lebens zu den vulkanischen Massen der Erde. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeigneten Verhandlungen der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 143-4. Text F1989 A newly recorded Darwin publication!

Anon. 1882. Darwin's kindness of heart. Literary News (July): 219. Text A319

2008.04.28

New colour scans of:

Darwin, C. R. 1876. [Evidence given to the Commission]. Report of the Royal Commission on the practice of subjecting live animals to experiments for scientific purposes. Image PDF F1275

2008.04.23

Darwin, C. R. 1846. Geological observations on South America. Being the third part of the geology of the voyage of the Beagle, under the command of Capt. Fitzroy, R.N. during the years 1832 to 1836. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text Image PDF F273

2008.04.22

New! Audio book of Darwin's Beagle diary here.

Darwin, C. R. 1874. The structure and distribution of coral reefs. 2d ed. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text Image PDF F275

2008.04.17

A major new release: Darwin's private papers go online - the largest publication of Darwin's manuscripts and private papers in history. See the announcement here. Browse the papers here.

Darwin's first recorded doubt in 'the stability of species', from his Galapagos bird notes from the voyage of the Beagle, 1836
Darwin's first recorded doubt in 'the stability of species', from his Galapagos bird notes from the voyage of the Beagle, 1836

2008.04.14

Harmer, S. F and W. G. Ridewood eds. 1910. Memorials of Charles Darwin: a collection of manuscripts portraits medals books and natural history specimens to commemorate the centenary of his birth and the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of "The origin of species" 2d edition. British Museum (Natural History). Special guide No. 4. Text Image PDF A313

Miall, L. C. 1883. The life and work of Charles Darwin: a lecture delivered to the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, on February 6th, 1883. Leeds: Richard Jackson. Text Image PDF A314

Woodall, Edward. 1884. Charles Darwin. a paper contributed to the Transactions of the Shropshire Archæological Society. London: Trubner. Text Image PDF A317

H.A.S. [1888]. Darwin and his works: a biological & metaphysical study. London: John Bale and Sons. Text Image PDF A315

Parkyn, E. A. 1894. Darwin his work and influence a lecture delivered in the hall of Christ's College Cambridge. London: Methuen. Text Image PDF A316

Weismann, A. 1909. Charles Darwin und sein Lebenswerk: Festrede gehalten zu Freiburg i. Br. am 12. Februar 1909. Jena: Gustav Fischer. Text Image PDF A318

2008.04.09

Darwin C. R. 1881. [Letter on the expression of the eye]. In Plumptre, C. J. King’s College lectures on elocution: or, The physiology and culture of voice and speech, and the expression of the emotions by language, countenance, and gesture… New ed. London: Trübner, pp. 290-1. Text Image PDF F1994 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Darwin, C. R. 1880. [Letter to Samuel Butler on Kosmos and Erasmus Darwin]. In Butler, S. Unconscious memory. London: D. Bogue, pp. 72-3. Text Image PDF F1992

2008.04.01

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1875. [Memorial to A. H. Gordon, Governor of Mauritius, requesting the protection of the Giant Tortoise on Aldabra]. Transactions of the Royal Society of Arts and Sciences of Mauritius n.s. 8: 106-9. Text Image PDF F2006 A newly recorded Darwin publication!

2008.04.01

[An autobiographical fragment] (08.1838). Text Image CUL-DAR91.56-63

2008.03.25

Darwin, C. R. 1870. [Letter on marine shells in the Amazon]. In Orton, J. The Andes and the Amazon; or, across the continent of South America. New York: Harper & brothers, p. [347]. Text Image F1990 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Chancellor, Gordon. 'State this with clearness': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.18.

2008.03.20

The Darwin Census: a project to identify and record extant copies of the 1st edition of On the Origin of Species (1859). Click here.

2008.03.19

Anon. 1868. Charles Darwin, the eminent naturalist. American Phrenological Journal and Life Illustrated 48, No. 358 (October): [121]-123. Image A312

2008.03.18

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1877. [Memorial] Zoology of the 'Challenger' Expedition. Nature. A Weekly Illustrated Journal of Science (14 June): 118. Text Image F2003 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

2008.03.17

Darwin, C. R. [Letter on wine and tobacco as stimulants]. 1883. In Reade, A. A. ed. Study and stimulants: or the use of intoxicants and narcotics in relation to intellectual life as illustrated by personal communications on the subject, from men of letters and of science . Manchester: A. Heywood and Son, p. 38. Text Image F1987

Huxley, T. H. 1882. Charles Darwin. Nature 25 (27 April): 597. Text Image A311

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Freeman, R. B. 1984. Darwin Pedigrees. London, printed for the author. Text Image PDF A303

2008.03.06

Darwin, C. R. 1879. [Report of conversation at Down]. A peep at Mr. Darwin. Trewman's Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser (5 November): 6. Text F2001 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Darwin, C. R. 1882. [Letter to N. A. von Mengden 'Science has nothing to do with Christ']. In Haeckel, Ernst. Die Naturanschauung von Darwin, Goethe und Lamarck. Vortrag in der ersten öffentlichen Sitzung der fünfundfünfzigsten Versammlung deutscher Naturforscher und Aerzte zu Eisenach am 18. September 1882. Jena: G. Fischer, p. 60. Text F1998

2008.03.05

Darwin, C. R. 1900. [Letter to L. A. Reeve supporting his election to the Royal Society]. In Melvill, James Cosmo. Lovell Reeve: a brief sketch of his life and career, with a fragment of an autobiography, excerpts from his diary (1849), and correspondence. Journal of Conchology 9 (July): 344-357, p. 352. Text Image F1997 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Gould, J. 1837. [Three species of the genus Orpheus, from the Galapagos, in the collection of Mr. Darwin]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5 (28 February): 26-27. Image A306

Waterhouse, G. R. 1837. Notes on a collection of the genus Mus presented to the Society by Charles Darwin. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (14 February ): 15-22. Image A307

Waterhouse, G. R. 1837. Notes on a collection of the genus Mus presented to the Society by Charles Darwin, continued. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5 (28 February): 27-32. Image A308

Lubbock, J. 1853. Description of a new genus of Calanidae. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 1853: 25-29, pl. 1. Image A309

Higgins, H. H. 1881. Note on a collection of Cirripedes, made by Mr. Charles Darwin, and now in the Free Public Museum. Proceedings of the literary and philosophical society of Liverpool 35: xlv-xlvi. Image A310

Lewins, R. 1882. Mr. Darwin and Professor Haeckel. Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology, Industrial Arts, Manufactures, and Technology (Ser. 3) 4: 751-752. Image A304

Anon. 1882. Review of The Life of Charles Darwin by G.W. Bacon. Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology, Industrial Arts, Manufactures, and Technology, (3rd series) 4: 549-550. Image A305

2008.03.04

Darwin, C. R. 1880. Encouragement of original research: The Darwin prize. The Midland Naturalist: The journal of the Associated Natural History, Philosophical, and Archæological Societies and Field Clubs of the Midland Counties 3, No. 32 (August): 181. Text Image F1993 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Mr. Darwin at Down. In [Yates, E. H.] 1878. Celebrities at Home. Reprinted from 'The World'. Second series. London: Office of 'The World', pp. 223-30. Text F1996 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

2008.02.19

New colour scans of the plates to Darwin's Glen Roy paper. Plate I Plate 2

Darwin, C. R. 1840. The Lagoon Islands of the Pacific Ocean. The Penny Magazine of the society for the diffusion of useful knowledge 517 (25 April): 156. Image A302

2008.02.19

Darwin, C. R. [Notebook of observations on the Darwin children]. (1839-1856) CUL-DAR210.11.37 Text

2008.02.06

Darwin, C. R. 1880. Darwin's reply to a vegetarian. Herald of Health and Journal of Physical Culture n.s. 31: 180. Text Image F1984

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Hesse-Wartegg, Ernst von. 1880. Bei Charles Darwin [At Charles Darwin's]. Frankfurter Zeitung und Handelsblatt (30 July): 1-2. [English translation.] Text Image CUL-DAR226.1.228

2008.01.15

Darwin, C. R. 1858. [Letter on zoological nomenclature]. In Jardine, W. ed. Memoirs of Hugh Edwin Strickland, M.A. London: John van Voorst, p. clxxv. Text Image A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Newman, W. A. Dates of publication of two of Darwin’s volumes on the Cirripedia (barnacles).

2008.01.10

Chancellor, Gordon. 'Beautiful oranges': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.15

2007.12.18

Darwin, Francis. 1917. Rustic sounds and other studies in literature and natural history. London: John Murray. [Darwin family recollections only]. Text Image A300

2007.12.14

Darwin, C. R. 'Work finished If not marry' [Memorandum on marriage]. (1838) Text Image CUL-DAR210.8.1

Darwin, C. R. 'This is the Question Marry Not Marry' [Memorandum on marriage]. (7.1838) Text Image CUL-DAR210.8.2

Chancellor, Gordon. 'Hurrah Chiloe': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.8

2007.12.13

Enderby, C. 1839. Discoveries in the Antarctic Ocean, in February, 1839. Extracted from the Journal of the schooner Eliza Scott, commanded by Mr. John Balleny. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 9: 517-528. Image A301

2007.12.12

Darwin, C. R. 1890. The expression of the emotions in man and animals. 2d edition. Edited by Francis Darwin. London: John Murray. Image PDF F1146

2007.12.11

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1841. Queries respecting the human race, to be addressed to travellers and others. Drawn up by a Committee of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, appointed in 1839. Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, at the Glasgow meeting, August 1840 10: 447-458. Text F1975

Darwin, C. R. 1879. [Extract from a letter]. In Torbitt, J., Cultivation of the potato. The Field (8 March): 272. Text Image F1982

Lyell, K. M. ed. 1881. Life letters and journals of Sir Charles Lyell, Bart. 2 vols. London: John Murray, vol. 2 [frontispiece only]. Image A296

2007.12.07

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1842. Varieties of human race: Queries respecting the human race, to be addressed to travellers and others. Drawn up by a Committee of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, appointed in 1839. Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, at the Plymouth meeting, 1841 11: 332-339. Image F1976

Darwin, C. R. 1871. [Letter to C. L. Balch of the New York Liberal Club]. A letter from Mr. Darwin. New York World (8 May). Text F1981

Darwin, C. R. 1876. [Letters to J. Torbitt on potato propagation]. In Torbitt, J., Cras credemus. A treatise on the cultivation of the potato from the seed, having for proposed results the extinction of the disease, and a yield of thirty, forty or more tons of tubers per statute acre. Belfast: Alexander Mayne. Text F1978

Darwin, C. R. 1878. [Extracts of letters on potato cultivation.] In Torbitt, J., Cultivation of the Potato. To the Right Hon. Sir Stafford H. Northcote Bart., C.B., Chancellor of the Exchequer, &c., London. [Belfast: privately printed single sheet]. Text Image F1979

2007.11.29

[Price, John.] nd. Recollections of Darwin.] Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR112.B101-B117

Rodwell, John Medows. nd. [Recollections of Darwin in Cambridge.] Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR112.B118-B121

Litchfield, H. E. [Recollection of Darwin on Macaw cottage]. Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR112.B99

Darwin, F. nd. Cambridge Recollections [of Charles Darwin]. Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR112.B6

2007.11.28

CARET has upgraded the server for Darwin Online, providing greater speed and reliability.

2007.11.23

Anon. 1900. List of donations [books] received during the year 1899: From the executors of the late Mrs Darwin. Cambridge University Reporter 30 (41) 15 June: 1079-1080. Text Image Text & Image A298

2007.11.13

Darwin, C. R. 1869. [Extract of a letter on fertilisation of Vinca by insects]. In Bennett, A. W., Fertilisation of winter-flowering plants. Nature 1 (11 November): 58. Text Image Text & Image F1971 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

2007.11.12

Darwin. 1856. [Typical list of cirripedia]. In [On typical objects in natural history]. Report of the twenty-fifth meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science; held at Glasgow in September 1855. London: Murray, p. 121. Text Image Text & Image PDF F1977 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

2007.11.02

Darwin, C. R. 1873. [Note on nematodes 'from the stomach of an American Ostrich at Bahia Blanca, North Patagonia, in 1832']. In Cobbold, T. S. Notes on Entozoa—Part I. [Read 10 October] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 47 (18 November): 737. Text F1974 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

2007.11.01

Lubbock, J. 1870. [Attempt, at the behest of Darwin, 'to insert the words, "whether married to a first cousin" in the census.] Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, 3rd series, 22 July 1870, col. 817; 26 July 1870, cols. 1006-1007). Image A292

Two newly discovered descriptions of Darwin's specimens:

Cobbold, T. S. 1873. Notes on Entozoa—Part I. [Read 10 October] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 47 (18 November): 736-742, 1 plate. Image A293

Cobbold, T. S. 1874. Notes on Entozoa. Part II. [Read 2 January] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 48 (3 February): 124-8, 1 plate. Image A294

Venn, J. A. ed. 1944. Alumni Cantabrigienses... Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Part 2, vol. 2, pp. 228-9. [Darwin family entries] Image A291

2007.10.30

Chancellor, Gordon. 'A man who has seen half the world': Introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.9

Darwin, C. R. 1871. A letter from Mr. Darwin. The Index, a weekly paper devoted to free religion (Toledo, Ohio) 2 No. 51 (23 December): 404-5. Image PDF F1753

[Darwin, C. R.] 1871. [Letter praising Truths for the Times]. The Index, a weekly paper devoted to free religion (Toledo, Ohio) 2 No. 25 (24 June): 196. Image F1753a

2007.10.29

Barlow, Nora ed. 1967. Darwin and Henslow. The growth of an idea. London: Bentham-Moxon Trust. Text Image Text & Image PDF F1598 Click to see illustrations (Reproduced with the kind permission of the Bentham-Moxon Trust)

2007.10.26

Rejlander, O. G. [c. 1871] [Carte de visite of Charles Darwin]. Image A289

Wilder, B. G. 1880. The two kinds of vivisection—sentisection and callisection. Nature 23 (30 September): 517-8. [Forwarded for publication by Charles Darwin. First published in Science 1 (23 October 1880): 210.] Image A290

2007.10.25

Darwin, C. R. 1877. Scrofula and in-breeding. Agricultural Gazette (2 April): 324-5. Text Image Text & Image PDF F1972

Darwin, C. R. 1882. Mr. Darwin and revelation. Pall Mall Gazette (23 September): 2. Text Image Text & Image PDF F1973

2007.10.24

Darwin, C. R. 1878. The effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable kingdom. 2d edition. London: John Murray. Image PDF F1251

Comparison of three versions of Darwin's Queries about expression (John van Wyhe)

2007.10.23

Barrett, Paul H. 1974. The Sedgwick-Darwin geologic tour of North Wales. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 118, No. 2. (19 April): 146-164. Text Image Text & Image PDF F1964 (Reproduced with the kind permission of the American Philosophical Society)

2007.10.19

MAJOR ADDITION!

To mark the first anniversary of the launch of the new Darwin Online website, a major new resource has been added: Copies of Darwin's publications and many supplementary documents in PDF format to enable downloading for offline viewing and printing. See Publications.

 

2007.10.10

Darwin, C. R. 1888. Insectivorous Plants. London: John Murray. 2nd edition. Revised by Francis Darwin. Image F1225 (Interim Image courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.botanicus.org)

2007.10.08

1908. The Darwin-Wallace celebration held on Thursday, 1st July, 1908 by the Linnean society of London. London: Printed for the Linnean Society. Text A281

Hovey, Edmund Otis ed. 1909. Darwin memorial celebration. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 19, No. 1, Part 1 (31 July): 1-40. Text A288

2007.10.05

Darwin, C. R. 1867. Queries about expression. [N.p.: publisher or printer: ?London]. Text Image Text & image F876

2007.10.01

Müller, Fritz. 1869. Facts and arguments for Darwin. Translated by W. S. Dallas. London: John Murray. Text Image Text & Image A263

2007.09.28

Charles Robert Darwin [with photographic portrait]. In Reeve, L. and Edward Walford eds. 1866. Portraits of men of eminence in literature, science, and art with biographical memoirs. The photographs from life, by Ernest Edwards, B. A. London: Lovell Reeve & Co., vol. 5, pp. 49-52. Text Image Text & Image A286

[Darwin, C. R.] 1880. [Letter of thanks to the Yorkshire Naturalists' Union]. The naturalist 6, No. 65 (December): 65-68. Text Image Text & Image F1969

Oliver, Daniel. 1855. Memoranda of plants, collected by the Coquet, in 1855. Transactions of the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club 3, part 2 (Read 15 November): 67. Image A285

Galton, Francis. 1871. Experiments in pangenesis, by breeding from rabbits of a pure variety, into whose circulation blood taken from other varieties had previously been transfused. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 19 (Read 30 March): 393-410. Image A287

2007.09.26

[Emma Darwin's memo about Darwin's religious doubts] (c. 2.1839) Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR210.8.14

2007.09.24

Darwin, C. R. 1829-1832. [Records of captured insects]. In Stephens, J. F. Illustrations of British entomology; or, a synopsis of indigenous insects etc. London: Baldwin and Cradock, vols. 1-5. Text F1968

[Galton, Francis.] 1882. The late Mr. Darwin: a suggestion. Pall Mall Gazette (27 April). Text

2007.09.21

Sharper images of: Questions & experiments [1839-1844]. Image CUL-DAR206.1

2007.09.19

Darwin, C. R. 1863. Observations sur l'hétéromorphisme des fleurs, et ses conséquences pour la fécondation. Annales des sciences naturelles 19: 204-255. pl. 12. French translation of F1717, 1718 and 1723. Image F1967

1879 autograph of Charles Darwin

Darwin, Francis. 1920. The story of a childhood. Edinburgh: Privately printed. Text Image Text & Image A283

2007.09.18

Darwin, C. R. 1889. The structure and distribution of coral reefs. 3d edition. With a preface to the third edition by Francis Darwin and an appendix by T. G. Bonney. London: Smith Elder and Co. Image F277

2007.09.17

'notes on the geology of places visited on the voyage' [Geological diary] All of DAR37 in one sequence of 311 Image] (1835). Image CUL-DAR37 [Itemized by locality]

'notes on the geology of places visited on the voyage' [Geological diary] All of DAR38 in one sequence of 224 Image (1836). Image CUL-DAR38 [Itemized by locality]

Overview of the illustrations to the 2d edition of Descent of man.

The Manuscript catalogue has been supplemented with records of the holdings of the following institutions with their kind permission:

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada; Kew Gardens, London; the Linnean Society of London; John Murray Archive, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh; Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln; Zoological Society of London; Elgin Museum, Elgin, Moray; Keele University Library, Staffordshire and the New York Botanical Garden.

2007.08.31

Darwin, C. R. 1882. The descent of man, and selection in relation to sex. London: John Murray. 2nd edition, fifteenth thousand. Text F955

2007.08.30

Lyell, Charles. 1863. The geological evidences of the antiquity of man with remarks on the origin of species by variation. 3rd edition, revised. London: John Murray. Image A282 [Image from Google books]

2007.08.29

[Recollections of Darwin at Cambridge by John Maurice Herbert] (2 June 1882). Text CUL-DAR112.B57-B76

[Recollections of Darwin by Rev. John Brodie Innes] (nd). Text CUL-DAR112.B85-B92

[Recollections of Darwin by William Allport Leighton] (c. 1886). Text CUL-DAR112.B94-B98

[Recollections of Charles Darwin] (c. mid 1880s). Text CUL-DAR112.B5

2007.08.28

Darwin, George and Francis Darwin eds. 1909. Darwin celebration, Cambridge, June, 1909. Speeches delivered at the banquet held on June 23rd. Cambridge: Cambridge Daily News. Text A279

2007.08.24

Improvements to the search engine and search results pages: for example, Darwin is now the default name and English the default language.

Darwin, C. R. 1861. Dun horses. The Field 17 (27 April): 358. Text Image Text & Image F1960

Darwin, C. R. 1861. Influence of the form of the brain on the character of fowls. The Field 17 (4 May): 383. Text Image Text & Image F1961

Bennett, T. 1861. Dun horses. The Field 17 (18 May): 431. Image A277

Darwin, C. R. 1861. On dun horses, and on the effect of crossing differently coloured breeds. The Field 17 (25 May): 451. Text Image Text & Image F1962

'Eques (Argyllshire)'. 1861. Dun horses. The Field 17 (8 June): 494-5. Image A278

Darwin, C. R. 1861. Dun horses. The Field 17 (15 June): 521. Text Image Text & Image F1963

Herschel, J. F. W. 1840. A preliminary discourse on the study of natural philosophy. Part of Dionysius Lardner's Cabinet cyclopædia. London. Image A276 [Image from Google books]

2007.08.23

Wallace, Alfred Russel. 1903. The dawn of a great discovery "My relations with Darwin in reference to the theory of natural selection". Black and White 25 (17 January): 78. Text A273

Owen, Richard. 1861. On the cerebral characters of man and the ape. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 3d ser. 7: 456-8. 3 pls. Text Image Text & Image A274

Gray, John Edward. 1845. [Specimens presented by Darwin in] Catalogue of the specimens of lizards in the collection of the British Museum. London: Newman. Image A275

2007.08.22

Darwin, C. R. 1838. [Notes on Cocos-Keeling Islands plants]. In J. S. Henslow, Florula Keelingensis. An account of the native plants of the Keeling Islands. By the Rev. J. S. HENSLOW, M.A., Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge. Annals of natural history 1, No. 5 (July): 337-347. 2 pls. Text Image Text & Image F1959

2007.08.21

Image added to existing transcript recollections of Darwin:

[Recollections of Charles Darwin by William Darwin (1883)]. Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR112.B3b--B3f

[Recollections of Charles Darwin by George Darwin (5.1882)]. Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR112.B9-B23

[Recollections of Charles Darwin by George Darwin (nd)]. Text mages Text & Image CUL-DAR112.B24-B29

New recollections of Darwin:

Martineau, Harriet. 1877. [Recollection of Darwin in] Harriet Martineau's autobiography. Edited by Maria Weston Chapman. Boston: J.R. Osgood and Company, Vol. 1, p. 268. Text A266

Lane, Edward. 1882. [Recollection of Darwin] Letter read by Dr. B. W. Richardson, F.R.S. at his lecture on Chas. Darwin, F.R.S. in St. George's Hall, Langham Place, October 22nd, 1882. by Edward Lane, M.A., M.D. [n.p: n.p] Text A267

2007.08.20

Darwin, Francis. 1916. Memoir of Sir George Darwin. In Scientific Papers by Sir George Howard Darwin. Cambridge Vol. 5: ix-xxxiii. Text A262

Darwin, Francis. 1920. Recollections. In idem, Springtime and other essays. London: John Murray, pp. 51-69. Text A265

Darwin, Bernard. [1933.] Introduction [with reminiscence of his grandmother Emma Darwin]. In Gertrude Jekyll, Children and Gardens. 2nd edition. London: Country Life Ltd.; New York: Scribners. Text A264

2007.08.17

Illustrations in Darwin Online - an overview of over 1000 illustrations

Darwin, Francis. 1899. The botanical work of Darwin. Annals of Botany 13: ix-xix. Text A261

Darwin, Leonard. 1929. Memories of Down House. The Nineteenth Century 106:118-123. Text A224

2007.08.16

Herbert, Sandra. 1995. From Charles Darwin's portfolio: An early essay on South American geology and species. Earth Sciences History 14, no. 1, pp. 23-36. Text Image Text & Image F1956

Fenton, Carroll Lane. [1924]. Darwin and the theory of evolution. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius. Image A260

2007.08.09

Darwin, Francis. 1912. FitzRoy and Darwin, 1831-36. Nature 88 (12 February): 547-8. Text A259 Contains extracts from Fitzroy letters from the Beagle voyage mentioning Darwin.

The Table of Contents page, becoming too large, has been split into Publications and Manuscripts. Previously published manuscript transcripts are listed on both pages.

2007.08.07

Darwin, C. R. n.d. [Printed acknowledgment of correspondence]. np: np. [post 1868, c. 1860s-1870s] Text Image Text & Image F1958

Darwin, C. R. [1859]. Manual of geology. London: William Clowes printed. (Extracted from the Admiralty manual of scientific enquiry, Third edition, 1859). Image F330

Gray, Asa. 1861. Natural selection not inconsistent with natural theology : a free examination of Darwin's treatise on the origin of species, and of its American reviewers. London: Trübner & Co.; Boston: Ticknor & Fields. Image CUL-DAR133.7.1

Darwin, C. R. 1881. Correspondence with Charles Darwin LL.D., F.R.S., on experimenting upon living animals. London: William Pickering. 2d edition. Image F1356

2007.08.03

Osborn, Henry Fairfield. 1928. Charles Darwin. In ibid., Impressions of great naturalists. New York, London: Charles Scribner. Image A258

2007.08.02

Better quality Image of Darwin's theoretical notebooks:

Notebook A: Geology (1837-1839). Image CUL-DAR127.-

Notebook B: [Transmutation of species (1837-1838)]. Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR121.-

Notebook C: [Transmutation of species (1838.02-1838.07)]. Image CUL-DAR122.-

Notebook D: [Transmutation of species (1838.07.15-1838.10.02)]. Image CUL-DAR123.-

Notebook E: [Transmutation of species (1838-1839)] Image CUL-DAR124.-

Notebook M: [Metaphysics on morals and speculations on expression (1838)]. Image CUL-DAR125.-

Notebook N: [Metaphysics and expression (1838-1839)]. Image CUL-DAR126.-

2007.07.31

Darwin, C. R. 'The position of the bones of Mastodon (?) at Port St Julian is of interest' Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR42.97-99 (Contains Darwin's earliest known reference to 'the gradual birth & death of species')

Sulivan, N. A. 1951. Management of Ships Under Sail. The mariner's Mirror 37: 243-245. Text A257

2007.07.30

Pearson, Karl. 1914. Darwin Portraits & Ancestry. In The Life, Letters and Labours of Francis Galton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Appendix. Image A256 (Reproduced from http://galton.org/)

Lewes, George Henry. 1856. Hereditary influence, animal and human. Westminster Review 66 (July): 135-62. Image A255 (Image provided by John S. Wilkins)

2007.07.26

Chancellor, G. 'Filled with astonishment': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.13

2007.07.25

Darwin's 'Fish in Spirits of Wine' [Beagle animal notes] (1832-1836). Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR29.1.B1b-B20

[Morris, John.] 1860. [Review of] On the origin of species. Dublin Review 48: 50-81. Text Image Text & Image A253

Allen, Grant. 1885. Charles Darwin. New York: D. Appleton. Image A254

2007.07.24

[Darwin, Francis.] 1888. Darwin, Charles Robert. In L. Stephen and S. Lee eds., Dictionary of national biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co., vol. 14: 72-84. Text A252

Basman, Antranig. Technical Documentation for Darwin Online

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2007.07.16

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1874. Memorial presented to the First Lord of the Treasury [W. E. Gladstone], respecting the National Herbaria. In Spencer Compton Cavendish, Fourth report of the Royal Commission on the scientific instruction and the advancement of science. Parliamentary Papers, Command Papers; Reports of Commissioners, paper number (884), volume XXII.1, pp. 31-2. Text Image Text & Image F1954 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

2007.07.10

Darwin, C. R. 1880. [Letter on purportedly carnivorous bees]. In Packard, A. S. Jr. Moths Entrapped by an Asclepiad Plant (Physianthus) and Killed by Honey Bees. The American Naturalist 14, No. 1 (January): 48-51. Text Image Text & Image F1953 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Carpenter, W. B. 1863. Dr. Carpenter and his reviewer. Athenæum (4 April): 461. Text A249

Airy, Hubert. 1873. On leaf-arrangement [Communicated by Charles Darwin]. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 21: 176-179. Image A248

2007.07.09

'Chiloe Janr. 1835' [Beagle notes]. Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR35.328,328a-328j

Darwin, C. R. 1875. The variation of animals and plants under domestication. London: John Murray. 2d edition.
Volume 1. Text Image Text & Image F880.1
Volume 2. Text Image Text & Image F880.2

2007.07.06

Darwin, C. R. 1871. [Two letters to C. Boner]. In Kettle, R. M. ed., Memoirs and letters of Charles Boner, author of "Chamois hunting in Bavaria," &c. London: Bentley. Volume 1: 76-8. Text Image Text & Image F1950

Darwin, C. R. 1877. [Letter on Stock Dove]. In Kingsley, F. E. ed., Charles Kingsley: his letters and memories of his life. London: King & Co. Volume 2: 135-6. Text Image Text & Image F1951

Darwin, C. R. 1881. [Letter on subsidence in the Pacific]. In Semper, K., The natural conditions of existence as they affect animal life. London: Kegan Paul. Text Image Text & Image F1952

2007.07.04

Darwin, C. R. 1882. [Letter to William Watson] In Watson, W., A letter from Mr. Charles Darwin. The Academy vol. 21 No. 527 (10 June): 417. Image F1949

Grant, A. 1882. Obituary: Charles Darwin. The Academy No. 521 (29 April): 306-7. Image A247

Schomburgk, R. H. 1837. On the Identity of three supposed Genera of Orchideous Epiphytes. In a Letter to A. B. Lambert, Esq., V.P.L.S. By Mr. Robert H. Schomburgk. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 17 (Read 15 November 1836): 551-2. Image A246

2007.07.03

'Diary of observations on zoology of the places visited during the voyage [of the Beagle]' (Zoological diary: all parts in one sequence of 632 Image) (1832-1836). Image CUL-DAR30-31 [Itemized by locality]

'a diary of observations on the geology of the places visited during the voyage [of the Beagle]' (Geological diary: all parts in one sequence of 485 Image] (1832-1834) Image CUL-DAR32-33 [Itemized by locality]

2007.06.26

'Our poor child, Annie' [Darwin's reminiscence of Anne Elizabeth Darwin] (30.04.1851). Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR210.13.40

2007.06.22

[Charles Darwin's Beagle animal notes (1832-33)]. Image Text & Image CUL-DAR29.1.A1-A49

2007.06.21

Chancellor, John. 2007. FitzRoy's Beagle. [Previously unpublished manuscript c. 1980]. Introduction Text

2007.06.19

Barlow, Nora ed. 1933. Charles Darwin's diary of the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. Cambridge: University Press. Text Image Text & Image F1566 [Editorial matter only].

2007.06.18

Owen, R. 1857. On the Scelidothere (Scelidotherium leptocephalum, Owen). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 147 (Read 18 December 1856): 101-110. Image A244

Lubbock, J. 1856-7. An Account of the Two Methods of Reproduction in Daphnia, and of the Structure of the Ephippium. Communicated by Charles Darwin. [Abstract]. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 8: 352-354. Image A243

Darwin, Francis. 1877. On the Protrusion of Protoplasmic Filaments from the Glandular Hairs of the Common Teasel (Dipsacus sylvestris). Communicated by Charles Darwin. [Abstract] Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 26: 4-8. Image A242

Bryce, J. 1909. Personal Reminiscences of Charles Darwin and of the Reception of the "Origin of Species". Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 48, No. 193 (September): iii-xiv. Image A241

Gulick, A. 1922. Charles Darwin, the Man. The Scientific Monthly 15, No. 2 (August): 132-143. Image A240

2007.06.15

Litchfield, H. E. ed. 1904. Emma Darwin, wife of Charles Darwin. A century of family letters. Cambridge: University Press printed. (This copy belonged to Henrietta Litchfield, Darwin's daughter. Kindly lent by Darwin's great-grandson Milo Keynes. This 1904 privately printed edition contains matter omitted from the 1915 published version.)
Volume 1. Image F1552.1
Volume 2. Image F1552.2

2007.06.12

'Valparaiso to Coquimbo. Coquimbo valley' (4-5.1835) Beagle field notebook. Text EH1.16 Published for the first time. This completes the first publication of all of Darwin's Beagle field notebooks.

2007.06.08

[Harker, Alfred. c. 1907.] Sedgwick Museum. Catalogue of the "Beagle" Collection of Rocks, made by Charles Darwin during the voyage of H.M.S. "Beagle", 1832-6. Introduction Image HarkerCatalogue Published for the first time.

Darwin, C. R. 1875. The variation of animals and plants under domestication. London: John Murray. 2d edition. Volume 1. Image F880.1

Peile, John ed. 1913. Biographical register of Christ's College 1505-1905 and of the earlier foundation, God's House 1448-1505. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Vol. 2. [Darwin entries only] Text A239

2007.06.07

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1838. Copy of a Memorial presented to the Chancellor of the Exchequer [Thomas Spring Rice], recommending the Purchase of Fossil Remains for the British Museum. Parliamentary Papers, Accounts and Papers 1837-1838, paper number (637), volume XXXVI.307 (27 July): 1. Text Image Text & Image F1944 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Darwin, C. R. 1881. Mr. Darwin on mosquitoes. The Times (5 September): 10. Text F1948

2007.06.05

Darwin, C. R. 1882. The descent of man, and selection in relation to sex. London: John Murray. 2nd edition, fifteenth thousand. Image F955

2007.06.04

Wallace, A. R. 1895. Natural selection and tropical nature: Essays on descriptive and theoretical biology. London: Macmillan. Image A238

2007.05.30

Darwin, C. R. 1897-1908. [Letter favouring competition among trades unions and the working classes.] in Fick, Helene, ed. Heinrich Fick. Ein Lebensbild nach seinen eigenen Aufzeichnungen. 2 vols. Zürich: Leeman, vol. 2, pp. 314-5. Text F1943

Darwin, C. R. 1846. Geological observations on South America. Being the third part of the geology of the voyage of the Beagle, under the command of Capt. Fitzroy, R.N. during the years 1832 to 1836. London: Smith Elder and Co. Image F273 [Interim Image from Google Books]

2007.05.29

Utricularia [draft of `Insectivorous plants' p. 427] (1874-1875). Image CC-OldLibraryGG.1.25 (This MS leaf has hung in Christ's College Old Library since 1909 when the leaf was part of the Darwin centenary exhibition. On the back are notes by one of his children. Reproduced with the permission of Christ's College, Cambridge.)

2007.05.28

Chancellor, G. 'Slings and arrows': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.11

2007.05.26

Experiment Book (1855-1867). CUL-DAR157a.1-84 Image

Wallace, A. R. 1905. My life: A record of events and opinions. London: Chapman and Hall.
Volume 1 Image A237.1
Volume 2 Image A237.2

2007.05.15

Darwin, C. R. 1882. The movements and habits of climbing plants. London: John Murray. (Final text) Image F839

2007.05.11

'Sydney Mauritius' (1-4.1836). Beagle field notebook. Text EH1.3 Published for the first time.

2007.05.10

Owen, R. 1837. A description of the Cranium of the Toxodon Platensis, a gigantic extinct mammiferous species, referrible by its dentition to the Rodentia, but with affinities to the Pachydermata and the Herbivorous Cetacea. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 2 (Read 19 April): 541-542. Image A235

Schweitzer, Edward G. 1839. Analysis of Sea-water as it exists in the English Channel near Brighton. Philosophical magazine and journal pp. 51-60. Image A236

2007.05.04

Aveling, E. B. 1883. The religious views of Charles Darwin. London: Freethought Publishing Company. Text Image Text & Image A234

2007.5.01

Chancellor, G. '300 thousand cattle': An introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.14

Darwin, C. R. 1842. The structure and distribution of coral reefs. Being the first part of the geology of the voyage of the Beagle, under the command of Capt. Fitzroy, R.N. during the years 1832 to 1836. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text Image Text & Image F271 Transcription extensively corrected by Sue Asscher.

2007.04.19

Darwin, C. R. 1849. [Remark on a South American gold mine]. In Murchison, R. On the distribution of gold ore over the Earth's surface, and on the structure of California, as compared with that of the Ural mountains. Athenæum No. 1143 (22 September): 966. Text Image Text & image F1941 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Ruricola. 1841. Humble-Bees. Gardeners' Chronicle no. 30 (24 July): 485. Image A231

J. B. W. 1858. Accidental Fertilisation of Papilionaceous Plants. Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette (20 November): 845. Image A232

Anon. 1882. [Burial scene engraving] Funeral of the late Charles Robert Darwin. The Graphic (6 May): 1. Image A233

2007.04.17

Chancellor, G. 'Always think of home': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.12

2007.04.02

Darwin, C. R. 1870. [Letter of excuse regarding the honorary degree ceremony at Oxford]. The Times (20 June): 11. Text Image Text & Image F1940 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Anon. 1872 [Report of Darwin's name put forward as Lord Rector of Aberdeen University]. The Times (6 November): 5. Text A226

Gray, Asa. 1874. Notice [of Charles Robert Darwin] by Asa Gray. The American Naturalist 8, No. 8. (August): 475-479. Text A230

Anon. 1881. The scientific education of woman [with a donation by Darwin for a Cambridge laboratory for women]. The Times (27 January): 4. Text A227

Anon. 1881. [The will of Erasmus Alvey Darwin]. The Times (7 October): 4. Text A229

Stokes, John Lort. 1882. [Letter of reminiscence of Darwin]. The Times (27 April): 5. Text A228

2007.03.30

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1878. [Memorial to the Vice-Chancellor respecting the Examination in Greek in the Previous Examination]. Cambridge University Reporter (7 December): 206-207. Text Image Text & Image F1939 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Dick, T. L. 1823. On the Parallel Roads of Lochaber. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 9: 1-64, Pls. 1-7. Image A217

Smith, J. 1838. On the Last Changes in the relative Levels of the Land and Sea in the British Islands. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 25: 378-394. Image A218

Malcolmson, J. G. 1838. On the occurrence of Wealden strata at Linksfield, near Elgin; on the remains of fishes in the Old Red Sandstone of that neighbourhood; and on raised beaches along the adjacent coast. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 2: 667-669. Image A219

Anon. 1839. [Review of] Narrative of the Voyages of H. M. S. Adventure and Beagle; detailing the various Incidents which occurred during their Examination of the Southern Shores of South America, and during the Beagle's Circumnavigation of the Globe. By Captains King and Fitzroy, R. N., and Charles Darwin, Esq., Naturalist of the Beagle. 3 vols. 8vo. London: 1839. Edinburgh Review or Critical Journal 69, no. 140 (July): 467-493. Image A225

Maclaren, C. 1843. On Coral Islands and Reefs, as Described by Mr. Darwin. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 34: 33-47. Image A220

Groom, H. 1844. Pelargoniums. Gardeners' Chronicle no. 36, (7 September): 605. Image A222

T. P. 1844. Manures and Drainage. Gardeners' Chronicle no. 40 (5 October): 675. Image A221

W. B. N. 1847. Native Patagonian salt. Gardeners' Chronicle no. 8 (20 February): 117. Image A215

Gray, A. 1860. The origin of species. Athenæum (4 August): 161. [Extract from Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 4 (1860): 411-15] Image A213

'A discursive'. 1866. Cut or uncut. Athenæum (22 December): 848. Image A214

Nash, L. A. 1890. Some memories of Charles Darwin. Overland Monthly (October): 404-408. Image A223

Darwin, Leonard. 1929. Memories of Down House. The Nineteenth Century 106:118-123. Image A224

2007.03.29

[Darwin, C. R.] 1862. Notice on the Habits of the "Agricultural Ant" of Texas ["Stinging Ant" or "Mound-making Ant," Myrmica (Atta) malefaciens, Buckley]. By Gideon Lincecum, Esq., M.D. Communicated by Charles Darwin, Esq., F.R.S., F.L.S. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London (Zoology) 6: 29-31. Text Image Text & Image F1938

Trimen, R. 1863. On the fertilisation of Disa grandiflora, Linn. By Roland Trimen, Esq., of the Colonial Office, Cape Town: drawn up from notes and drawings sent to C. Darwin, Esq., F.L.S. &c. Journal and Proceedings of the Linnean Society (Botany) 7: 144-7. Text Image Text & Image A212

2007.3.26

'Banda Oriental S. Cruz.' Beagle field notebook. Text EH1.9 Published for the first time.

2007.3.19

[Darwin's personal 'Journal' (1809-1881)]. Text & Image CUL-DAR158.1-76

Geikie, A. 1909. Charles Darwin as geologist: The Rede Lecture given at the Darwin Centennial Commemoration on 24 June 1909. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Image A211

2007.3.15

Darwin, C. R. 1890. On the structure and distribution of coral reefs; also geological observations on the volcanic islands and parts of South America visited during the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. (With critical introductions to each part by J. W. Judd) London: Ward Lock (Minerva Library No. 18). Text Image Text & Image (Introductions by Judd only) F279

2007.3.14

Darwin, F. ed. 1892. Charles Darwin: his life told in an autobiographical chapter, and in a selected series of his published letters [abridged edition]. London: John Murray. Image F1461 (Provided by St. Catharine's College, Cambridge)

Tegetmeier, W. B. 1862. Darwin on orchids. Register (August): 38-9. Text Image Text & Image A81

2007.3.13

Fitzroy, R. 1832. Extract of a Letter from Captain Fitz Roy, of H. M. Sloop Beagle, on the subject of the Abrolhos Bank. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 2: 315-316. Text A209

Fitzroy, R. 1837. Notice of the Mountain Aconcagua in Chile. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 7: 143-144. Text A210

Parsons, William (Earl of Rosse). 1853. [Announcement of Darwin's Royal Medal]. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 6: 355-6. Text A208

2007.3.12

Emma Darwin's diaries in the news: Randal Keynes and John van Wyhe appear on the Today Programme on BBC Radio 4; van Wyhe also speaks to BBC Look East (TV), Radio Cambridgeshire Breakfast, Radio Shropshire and is interviewed by the Press Association, Nature, New Scientist, the Guardian, the Daily Mail, London Metro, Daily Telegraph, BBC Radio 3, and the Cambridge Evening News. Janet Browne is interviewed by Nature. The story is on the BBC website. James Secord spoke to BBC Radio 3 Night Waves. And the following day in the Guardian and 16 March in the Cambridge Evening News; van Wyhe was later interviewed by Seven Oaks Chronicle and Down to Earth magazine (Delhi).

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1872. [Memorial] Mr. Ayrton and Dr. Hooker. Nature 6 (11 July): 211-216. Text Image Text & Image F1937 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

2007.3.9

Enhanced search engine features for the Freeman Bibliography and Manuscript Catalogue by Antranig Basman

2007.3.8

'Port Desire — Famine Wollaston Isld Navarin Isd. E. Falkland Isld Measurements of curved hills East coast of Chiloe Boat excursion Chonos S. Carlos' Beagle field notebook. Text EH1.8 Published for the first time.

2007.3.06

Emma Darwin's Diaries (1824-1896) Introduction Image Published for the first time.

2007.3.1

Wyhe, John van, Introduction to Darwin Online

2007.2.27

Chancellor, G. 'Wonderful, beautiful': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.10

2007.2.26

1882. [Admission ticket.] Funeral of Mr. Darwin. Text Image Text & Image A203

1882. [Words of Anthem composed by J. Frederick Bridge.] Westminster Abbey. Text Image Text & Image A204

2007.2.23

1860. British Association for the Advancement of Science. The Times (11 June): 9. Image A195

1861. Coventry relief fund. The Times (19 January): 3. Image A196

1862. Lancashire and Cheshire Operatives Relief Fund. The Times (29 September): 3. Image A197

1862. Lancashire distress. The Times (15 December): 5. Image A198

Masters, M.T. 1866. Botanical and Horticultural Congress. The Times (11 April): 5. Image A199

Savory, W. S. et al. 1867. To the members of the University of London. The Times (17 December): 6. Image A200

1869. National Education League. The Times (9 November): 7. Text A201

Astronomicus. 1871. Darwinism and astronomy. The Times (12 April): 10. Text A202

2007.2.22

1839. Births. [William Erasmus Darwin]. The Times (30 December): 8. Text A192

1845. Calamitous fire at Quebec. The Times (28 July): 1. Image A193

1851. Died [Anne Elizabeth Darwin]. The Times (28 April): 9. Text A194

Darwin, C. R. 1858. [Contribution to the Field-Lane refuges]. The Times (29 December): 10. Text F1935 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Darwin, C. R. 1859. [Letter on the herbarium of the British Museum.] The Times (18 March): 12. Text Image Text & Image F1933 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

1861. Indian Famine relief fund. The Times (5 April): 6. Image A188

1867. The Jamaica committee. The Times (25 January): 3. Image A190

1867. East-End Central Relief Committee. The Times (25 December): 2. Image A187

1874. [Darwin proposed as Rector] University Intelligence: St. Andrews. The Times (27 November): 10. Text A191

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1881. Rolleston memorial. The Times (5 August): 9. Text Image Text & Image F1957 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

1881. The proposed memorial to Dean Stanley. The Times (13 December): 8. Image A186

2007.2.21

Darwin, C. R. 1874. [Memoranda on Drosera filiformis] in Canby, W. M. Observations on Drosera filiformis. The American Naturalist 8, No. 7 (July): 396-397. Text Image Text & Image F1932 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

Stephens, J. F. 1829-1832. Illustrations of British Entomology, or, a Synopsis of indigenous insects: containing their generic and specific distinctions; with an account of their metamorphoses, times of appearance, localities, food, and economy, as far as practicable. Embellished with coloured figures of the rarer and more interesting species. London: Baldwin and Cradock.
Mandibulata, Vol. 5. Image A120.5 Click to see illustrations

2007.2.20

1835. [Report of a meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society]. The Times (22 December): 7. Text A182

1837. Report of the Zoological Society of London. The Times (13 July): 6. Text A181

1840. [Report of a meeting of the Royal Geographical Society]. The Times (26 May): 5. Image A183

1841. [Subscribers to the Strangers' Friend Society]. The Times (16 January): 4. Image A184

1842. [Obituary notice of Mary Eleanor Darwin]. The Times (19 October): 7. Image A185

2007.2.16

Notebook B: [Transmutation of species (1837-1838)]. Text Image Text & Image CUL-DAR121.-

R. B. Freeman's unpublished corrections (provided by The Charles Darwin Trust) added to the bibliographical database by Kees Rookmaaker and John van Wyhe.

2007.2.13

Stauffer, R. C. ed. 1975. Charles Darwin's Natural Selection; being the second part of his big species book written from 1836 to 1858. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Text Image Text & Image F1583 Click to see illustrations

2007.2.11

John van Wyhe is interviewed on the programme 'Faith', on Colourful Radio (UK).

2007.2.9

Darwin, C. R. et al. 1877. [Memorial to Earl Carnarvon on the proposed South African Confederation by the Committee of the Aborigines Protection Society]. The Times (23 July): 10. Text Image Text & Image F1926 A NEWLY DISCOVERED DARWIN PUBLICATION!

2007.2.8

Site map added

2007.2.7

Chancellor, G. 'pleasures in prospect': an introduction to Beagle field notebook 1.4

2007.1.29

Marsha Richmond, Darwin's Study of the Cirripedia (barnacles)

Steinheimer, F. D. 2004. Charles Darwin's bird collection and ornithological knowledge during the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle, 1831-1836. Journal of Ornithology 145(4): 300-320, 4 figures (appendix [pp. 1-40]). Text Image Text & Image A161

2007.1.26

'Cape de Verds Fernando Noronha Bahia Abrohlos Rio de Janeiro City' (1-6.1832). Beagle field notebook. Text EH1.4 Published for the first time.

2007.1.22

Seward, A. C. ed. 1909. Darwin and modern science. Essays in commemoration of the centenary of the birth of Charles Darwin and of the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of The origin of species. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Text A162 Click to see illustrations

2007.1.19

'Buenos Ayres St Fe & Parana Cordillera of Chile' (9.1833-11.1833; 3-4.1835). Beagle field notebook. Text EH1.13 Published for the first time.

2007.1

Editorial notes by John van Wyhe are progressively being added to the publications in serials and shorter publications.

2007.1.3

Keynes, R. D. ed. 2001. Charles Darwin's Beagle Diary. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Text Image Text & Image F1925

2006.12.30

Herbert, S. ed. 1980. The red notebook of Charles Darwin. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Historical Series 7 (24 April): 1-164. Text Image Text & Image F1583e

2006.12.21

Photograph of Charles Darwin by Maull and Polyblank for the Literary and Scientific Portrait Club (1855). Introduction Image CC-OldLibrary184a

cheque by Charles Darwin 'to self' (Union Bank of London) 1872.03.21. Introduction Text Image Text & Image CC-OldLibrary184b

2006.12.20

Seward, A. C. ed. 1909. Darwin and modern science. Essays in commemoration of the centenary of the birth of Charles Darwin and of the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of The origin of species. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Image A162 Click to see illustrations

2006.12.19

Barlow, N. ed. 1945. Charles Darwin and the voyage of the Beagle. London: Pilot Press. Text Image Text & Image F1571

Darwin, C. R. 1972. Queries about expression. In Freeman, R. B. & Gautrey, P. J. eds., Charles Darwin's Queries about expression. Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History (historical series) 4: 205-219, 1 plate. Text Image Text & Image F876

Freeman, R. B. and P. J. Gautrey. 1969. Darwin's Questions about the Breeding of Animals, with a Note on Queries about Expression. Journal of the society for the bibliography of natural history 5 (3): 220-225. Text Image Text & Image F1923

Freeman, R. B. and P. J. Gautrey. 1975. Charles Darwin's Queries about Expression. Journal of the society for the bibliography of natural history 7 (3): 259-263. Text Image Text & Image F1924

2006.12.16

Keynes, R. D. ed. 2001. Charles Darwin's Beagle Diary. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Image F1925

2006.12.11-15

Darwin's Beagle Diary (from Darwin Online) is 'Book of the Week' on BBC Radio 4 from 11-15 December. Each reading was introduced by John van Wyhe. Read more.

2006.12.04

Darwin in Denmark is launched with great national media attention including tv, radio and newspaper interviews with Peter Kjaergaard.

2006.11.28

Timeline by Janet Browne and John van Wyhe added.

 

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