RECORD: Darwin C. R. 'Books to be read' and 'Books Read' notebook. (1838-1851) CUL-DAR119.- Transcribed by Kees Rookmaaker (Darwin Online, http://darwin-online.org.uk/)

REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed by Kees Rookmaaker, corrections by John van Wyhe 4.2009, 8.2009. RN10

NOTE: Darwin opened this brownish red leather covered notebook (150 X 175 mm) in 1838. The front cover bears a paper label (8.3 x 3.5cm ) with 'Books to be Read' written in ink, 'Books Read' is written in ink on the back cover. The notebook was written in two sequences from both ends. The first sequence is denoted with an *. The second sequence from the back cover inwards, is numbered without an *. In many cases, the entries of books are written on the left hand page of an opening with additional comments on the right page. These are therefore the verso of one page followed by the recto of the next. The text on the facing recto is transcribed after the corresponding entry on the facing verso between { accolades } so that they can be read together.

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Part of the notebook was transcribed and published in Vorzimmer 1977. The notebook was fully transcribed and edited with an important introduction in Appendix IV to Correspondence vol. 4. The present transcription has relied heavily on that published in the Correspondence.

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[* front cover]

Books to be Read

[*inside front cover]

C. Darwin
June 1st 1838

Stoke's Library
Cambridge. Library
Royal Coll of Surgeons

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Books to be Read

[printed notice:]
"Traité de la Folie des Animaux de ses Rapports avec celle de l'Homme," by Dr. Pierquin, published in Paris (in 2 vols.), so long ago as 1839 [Pierquin de Gembloux 1839].

Said to be good by Dr L. Lindsay

Pierquin de Gembloux, Claude Charles. 1839. Traité de la folie des animaux, de ses rapports avec celle de l'homme. 2 vols. Paris.

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Books to be Read

Humboldt's New Spain — — — {much about castes} [von Humboldt 1811]
Richardson's Fauna Borealis [Richardson 1829]
Entomological Magazine — — — {? paper on Geograph. range} {read} [Anon. 1835]
Study Buffon on varieties of Domesticated animals — — — — {see if laws cannot be made out.} I have read Smellies Translat. at Maer. [Buffon 1791]
Find out from Statistical Soc. where M. Quetelet has published his laws about sexes relative to the age of marriage [Quetelet 1835]
Brown at end of Flinders & at the end of Congo voyage (Hooker 923) read [Brown  1814, 1818]
Decandolle Philosophie [de Candolle 1821]
Decandolle on Geograph distrib: — {in Dict: Sciences Nat. in Geolog. Soc.} [A. P. de Candolle 1820]
F. Cuvier on Instinct read [Cuvier 1822]
Flourens Edit read [Flourens 1845]
L. Jenyns paper in Annals of Nat. Hist. [Jenyns 1838]
Prichard; a 3d vol [Prichard 1836-47] Lawrence read [Lawrence 1819]
Bory St Vincent Vol 3. p 164 on unfixed form: — [Bory de Saint-Vincent 1804] {Humboldt contradicts this view at Teneriffe. in Pers. Narr.} [von Humboldt 1819-29]
Dr Royle on Himmalaya types (read) [Royle 1839]
Smellie Philosophy of Zoology [Smellie 1790-9].
Fleming Ditto [Fleming 1822]
Falconers remark on the influence of climate [Falconer 1781]

Anon. 1835. Thoughts on the geographical distribution of insects. Entomological Magazine 2: 44-54, 280-6.
Bory de Saint-Vincent, Jean Baptiste Georges Marie. 1804. Voyage dans les quatres principales îsles des mers d'Afrique. 3 vols. Paris.
Brown, Robert. 1814. General remarks, geographical and systematical, on the botany of Terra Australis. Appendix 3 of Flinders, Matthew. A voyage to Terra Australis. 2 vols, and atlas. London. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 50-2.]
Brown, Robert. 1818. Observations, systematical and geographical, on Professor Christian Smith's collection of plants from the vicinity of the river Congo. Appendix 5 of Tuckey, James Kingston. Narrative of an expedition to explore the river Zaire. London. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 46-9.]
Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc,  Comte de. 1791. Natural history, general and particular. Translated and edited by William Smellie. 3d ed. 9 vols. London.
Candolle, Augustin Pyramus de. 1820. Géographie botanique. In vol. 18, pp. 259-422, of Cuvier, Frédéric Georges, ed., Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles. 61 vols. Strasbourg and Paris. 1816-45.
Candolle, Augustin Pyramus de. 1821. Elements of the philosophy of plants. Edinburgh.
Cuvier, Frédéric Georges. 1822. Instinct. In vol. 23, pp. 528-44, of Cuvier, Frédéric Georges, ed., Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles. 61 vols. Strasbourg and Paris. 1816-45.
Falconer, William. 1781. Remarks on the influence of climate, situation, nature of country, population, nature of food, and way of life on the disposition and temper, manners and behaviour, intellects, laws and customs, form of government, and religion of mankind. London.
Fleming, John. 1822. The philosophy of zoology; or, a general view of the structure, functions, and classification of animals. 2 vols. Edinburgh. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Flourens, Marie Jean Pierre. 1845. De l'instinct et de l'intelligence des animaux. Résumé des observations de Frédéric Cuvier. 2d ed. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1811. Political essay on the kingdom of New Spain. Translated from the French by John Black. 2 vols. New York.  [Darwin Library in CUL]
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1819-29. Personal narrative of travels to the equinoctial regions of the New Continent during the years 1799-1804, by Alexander de Humboldt, and Aimé Bonpland written in French by Alexander de Humboldt, and translated into English by Helen Maria Williams. 7 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Jenyns, Leonard.  1838. Further remarks on the British shrews including the distinguishing characters of two species previously confounded. Annals of Natural History 1: 417-27.
Lawrence, William. 1819. Lectures on physiology, zoology, and the natural history of man. London. [2d ed. (1822) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Prichard, James Cowles. 1836-47. Researches into the physical history of mankind. 3d ed. 5 vols. London. [Vols. 1-4 in Darwin Library; 4th ed. (1841-51), vols. 1-2, also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Quetelet, Lambert Adolphe Jacques. 1835. Sur l'homme et le développement de ses facultés. 2 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Richardson, John. 1829-37. Fauna Boreali-Americana; or, the zoology of the northern parts of British America. Assisted by William Swainson and William Kirby. 4 vols. London and Norwich.
Royle, John Forbes. 1839. Illustrations of the botany and other branches of the natural history of the Himalayan mountains, and of the flora of Cashmere. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 20-5.]
Smellie, William.  1790-9.  The philosophy of natural history. 2 vols. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]

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White's regular gradation in man [White 1799]
Lindley's introduction to the Nat System [Lindley 1830]
Bevan on the Honey Bee [Bevan 1827].
Dutrochet mems. sur les veget. et anim: {on sleep & movements of plants £1 4s.} [Dutrochet 1837]
Voyage aux terres australes — — — — {Chap. 39. torn. 4. p. 273.} [Péron 1824]
Latreille Geographie des Insectes {8vo p 181} [Latreille 1819]. {see p. 17 Note Book C. for reference to authors about E. Indian Islands consult Dr Horsfield} [Horsfield 1824]
Sillimans Journal [American Journal of Science and Arts].
Rengger on Mammalia of Paraguay {— account of wild cattle} [Rengger 1830J
Montagu on birds — — — — — {facts about close species.} [Montagu 1802-13]
Wilson's American Ornithology [Wilson 1808-14]
Read Aristotle to see whether any of my views are ancient
Study with profound care abortive organs produced in domesticated plants
what function has ceased to be used as tendrils into stump
Library of useful knowledge  Horse, cow, sheep [Youatt 1831, 1834, 1837]
Verey Philosophie d'Hist. Nat. read [Virey 1835]
Marcel de Serres Cavernes d'Ossements {7th Ed. 8.vo good to trace Europ. forms compared with African.} [Serres 1838]
Hist, générale et Particulière des Anomalies de l'organization des hommes (& des) Animaux by Isid. Geoffroy de St Hilaire 1832 [Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1832-7] {contains all his fathers views Quoted by Owen [Hunter 1837]}

American Journal of Science and Arts. Edited by B. Silliman. New Haven, Conn. 1818-45. Second series, 1846-. [Vols. 38 and 45 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR74: 116-36; 205.9(2): 87-100.]
Bevan, Edward. 1827. The honey-bee; its natural history, physiology, and management. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Dutrochet, René Joachim Henri la. 1837. Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire anatomique et physiologique des végétaux et des animaux. 2 vols. Paris.
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore. 1832-7. Histoire générale et particulière des anomalies de l'organisation chez l'homme et les animaux, ou traité de tératologie. 3 vols, and atlas. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Horsfield, Thomas. 1824. Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands. London.
Hunter,John. 1837. Observations on certain parts of the animal œconomy, with notes by Richard Owen. Vol. 4 of The works of John Hunter, F.R.S. with notes. Edited by James F. Palmer. 4 vols. London. 1835-7.
Latreille, Pierre André. 1819. Mémoires sur divers sujets de l'histoire naturelle des insects, de géographie ancienne et de chronologie. Paris.
Lindley, John. 1830. An introduction to the natural system of botany; or, a systematic view of the organisation,  of the whole vegetable kingdom. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. 2d ed. (1836) also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Montagu, George. 1802-13. Ornithological dictionary; or, alphabetical synopsis of British birds. Edited by James Rennie. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR205.7(2): 192-8.]
Péron, François La. 1824. Voyage de découvertes aux terres australes. 2d ed. 4 vols. Paris.
Rengger, Johann Rudolph. 1830. Naturgeschichte der Säugethiere von Paraguay. Basel. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Serres, Pierre Toussaint Marcel de. 1838. Essai sur les cavernes à ossements, et sur les causes qui les y out accumules. 3d ed. Paris.
Virey, Julien-Joseph. 1835. Philosophie de l'histoire naturelle; ou, phénomènes de l'organisation des animaux et des végétaux. Paris.
White, Charles. 1799. An account of the regular gradation in man, and in different animals and vegetables; and from the former to the latter. London.
Wilson, Alexander. 1808-14. American ornithology. 9 vols. Philadelphia. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR205.3: 58.]
Youatt, William. 1831. The horse; with a treatise on draught. (Library of Useful Knowledge.) London. [Edition unknown]
Youatt, William. 1834. Cattle: their breeds, management, and diseases. (Library of Useful Knowledge.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Youatt, William. 1837. Sheep: their breeds, management, and diseases. (Library of Useful Knowledge.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]

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Hunter has written Quarto work on Physiology besides the paper collected by Owen (at Shrewsbury). [Hunter 1837]
Yarrells paper on change of plumage in pheasants. Philos. Trans. 1827 [Yarrell 1827]
Paxton on the culture of Dahlias read [Paxton 1838]
Paper on consciousness in brutes Blackwood {June 1838} [[Ferrier] 1838].
H. C. Watson on Geog. distrib: of Brit: plants read [Watson 1835]
Hume's Essay on Human understanding {(Sometime)} [Hume 1750]
Dug. Stewarts works. lives of Reid Smith & giving abstracts of their views [Stewart 1829]
Prostitution of Paris. about licentiousness destroying {their fertility} [Parent-Duchâtelet 1836]
Turners embassy to Thibet [Turner 1800] — — — — — — . — {perhaps worth reading quoted by
Malthus} [Malthus 1826].
Heberdens observations on increase & decrease of different diseases 4to 1801 {quoted by Malthus.} [Heberden 1801]
There appears to be good art on Entozore by Owen in Encycloped. of Anat. & Physiology [R. Owen 1839]
Dampier probably worth reading [Dampier 1697]
Sportsman's repository 4to — {contains much on dogs} [W. H. Scott 1820]
Reports of British Assoc. read — — — — — — {some important papers} [Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science]
Audubons Ornithol: Biography — — — {4 Vols, well worth reading} [Audubon 1831-9]

Dampier, William. 1697. A new voyage round the world. Describing particularly, the Isthmus of America, several coasts and islands in the West Indies, the Isles of Cape Verd, the passage by Terra del Fuego, the south sea coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico. London. [Edition unknown]
[Ferrier, James Frederick]. 1838. An introduction to the philosophy of consciousness. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 43: 187-201; 437-52; 784-91.
Heberden, William. 1801. Observations on the increase and decrease of different diseases and particularly of the plague. London.
Hume, David. 1750. Philosophical essays concerning human understanding. 2d ed. London.
Hunter,John. 1837. Observations on certain parts of the animal œconomy with notes by Richard Owen. Vol. 4 of The works of John Hunter, F.R.S. with notes. Edited by James F. Palmer. 4 vols. London. 1835-7.
Malthus, Thomas Robert. 1826. An essay on the principle of population. 6th ed. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Owen, Richard. 1839. Entozoa. In vol. 2, pp. 111-144, of Todd, Robert Bentley, The cyclopedia of anatomy and physiology. 5 vols. London. 1836-59.
Parent-Duchâlet, Alexandre Jean Baptiste. 1836. De la prostitution dans la ville de Paris considéré sous le rapport de l'hygiène publique, de la morale et de l'administration. 2 vols. Paris. [Edition unknown]
Paxton, Joseph. 1838. A practical treatise on the cultivation of the Dahlia. London.
Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. London. 1833-.
Scott, William Henry, pseud. (John Lawrence). 1820. The sportman's repository; comprising a series of highly-finished engravings representing the horse and the dog. London.
Stewart, Dugald. 1829. The works. 7 vols. (Vol. 7: Account of the life and writings of Adam Smith. Account of the life and writings of Thomas Reid.) Cambridge, Mass.
Turner, Samuel. 1800. An account of an embassy to the court of the Teshoo Lama, in Tibet. London.
Watson, Hewett Cottrell. 1835. Remarks on the geographical distribution of British plants. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 153, 160-1.]
Yarrell, William. 1827. On the change of plumage of some hen-pheasants. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 117: 268-75

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Bevan's work on Bees new Ed. 1838 [Bevan 1838]
Harlaam Phys. & Medic. researches on the Horse in N. America — — — {Owen has it. & Royal Soc} [Harlan 1835]
Lord Brougham Dissert. on subjects of science connected with Nat. Theol: {on instinct & animal intelligence very good} [Brougham 1839]
Endlicher has pub. in 1st vol of Annals of Vienna. sketch of S. sea Botany [Endlicher 1836]
R. Brown has various coloured maps by Copenhagen Botanists of range of plants. [?Schouw 1823]
Books quoted by Herbert p. 338 [Herbert 1837]
Schiede in 1825 [Schiede 1825] & Lasch. Linn in 1829 [Lasch 1829] has given list of spont. Hybrids, where?
Sweet Hortus Britann: — {has remarks on acclimatizing of plants.} [Sweet 1826]
Herbert p. 348 gives reference to Kolreuter's papers [Herbert 1837]
Wiegman has pub. German pamphlet on crossing oats &c [Wiegmann 1828]

Horticultural Journal Transact [Transactions of the Horticultural Society]
Mr Coxe "view of the cultivation of Fruit trees in N. America — — — in Library of Hort. Soc. [Coxe 1817]

Bevan, Edward. 1838. The honey-bee. 2d ed. London.
Brougham, Henry Peter. 1839. Dissertations on subjects of science connected with natural theology. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Coxe, William. 1817. A view of the cultivation of fruit trees. Philadelphia.
Endlicher, Stephan Friedrich Ladislaus. 1836. Bemerkungen über die Flora der Südseeinseln. Annalen der Wien Museum der Naturgeschichte 1: 129-90.
Harlan, Richard. 1835. Medical and physical researches; or, original memoirs in medicine, surgery, physiology, geology, zoology, and comparative anatomy. Philadelphia.
Herbert, William. 1837. Amaryllidacea; preceded by an attempt to arrange the Monocotyledonous orders, and followed by a treatise on cross-bred vegetables, and supplement. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR116.]
Lasch, W. 1829. Beitrag zur Kenntniss der Varietäten und Bastardformen einheimischer Gewächse. Linnaea 4: 405-34.
Schiede, Christian Julius Wilhelm. 1825. De planus hybridis spontenatis. Kassel.
Schouw, Joakim Frederik. 1823. Pflanzengeographische Atlas zur Erläuterung von Schouws Grundzügen einer allgemeinen Pflanzengeographie. Berlin.
Sweet, Robert. 1826. Sweet's Hortus Britanniens; or, a catalogue of plants cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain. 2 parts London. [Edition unknown]
Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London. London. 1812-30. New series, 1831-48. [Abstract in DAR74: 55-102.]
Wiegmann, Arend Friedrich August. 1828. Ueber die Bastarderzeugung im Pflanzenreiche. Braunschweig. [Darwin Library in CUL].

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Mc. Neil has written good article on Horticulture in Edin. Encyclop. [Neill 1808]
Brit. & Foreign Medical Rev. No 14. Ap 1839 [Anon. 1839] {Rev. on Walker on Intermarriage} [Walker 1838]
Mme Necker on Education — — — {preeminently useful worth studying in a metaphys. point of view} [Necker   1839-43]
Henslow has list of plants of Mauritius with locality in wh. each one is found {very good to see whether peculiar plants in high points very good.}
Smart Beginning of a New School of metaphysic. about connection of language & Reason {— In Athenaeum Library.} [Smart 1839]
Volneys Travels in Syria — {vol I. p. 71. account of Europaean plants transplanted} [Volney 1787]
Crawford Eastern Archipelago [Crawfurd 1820]
Raffeles do [Raffles 1817]
Buffon Suites. Much on Geograph. Distrib. [Buffon 1834-74]
Fries de Plantarum prœsentum crypt. transitu at analogia commentatia [Fries 1825]
Clarkes Travels. at most Index. — see infra [Clarke 1810-23]
Temminck Hist. Nat. des Pidgeons et Gallinac read [Temminck 1813-15] Temminck has written Coup d'oeil sur la Fauna des iles de la Sonde et Japon. — {Have read it. Ogleby} [Temminck 1833].
Temminck. Monographs de Mammalogies — {Has account of variation in animals in the different islds of E Indian Archipelago — [Temminck 1827-41]

Anon. 1839. Review of Alexander Walker, On intermarriage. British and Foreign Medical Review 7: 370-85.
Buffon. 1834-74. Collection des suites à Buffon, formant avec les œuvres de cet auteur un cours complet d'histoire naturelle. 26 separate works complied by various authors in 75 vols, and 12 atlases. Paris.
Clarke, Edward Daniel. 1810-23. Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. 3 parts in 6. London. [Edition unknown]
Crawfurd, John. 1820. History of the Indian archipelago. Containing an account of the manners, arts, languages, religions, institutions, and commerce of its inhabitants. 3 vols. Edinburgh.
Fries, Elias Magnus. 1825. Systema orbis vegetabilis. Lundas.
Necker, Albertine Adrienne. 1839-43. Progressive education: or, considerations on the course of life; translated from the French. 3 vols. London.
Neill, Patrick. 1808. Horticulture. In Edinburgh Encyclopaedia; or, dictionary of arts, sciences, and miscellaneous literature conducted by David Brewster. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Raffles, Thomas Stamford Bingley. 1817. The history of Java. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Smart, Benjamin Humphrey. 1839. Beginnings of a new school of metaphysics: three essays in one volume. London. [Abstract in DAR91: 5.]
Temminck, Coenraad Jacob. 1813-15. Histoire naturelle générale des pigeons et des gallinacés. 3 vols. Amsterdam and Paris. [Abstract in DAR71: 6-19.]
Temminck, Coenraad Jacob. 1827-41. Monographies de mammalogie, ou description de quelques genres de mammifères, dont les espèces ont été observées dans les différens musées de l'Europe. 2 vols. Amsterdam and Paris.
Temminck, Coenraad Jacob. 1833. Discours préliminaire. Coup-d'oeil sur la faune des îles de la Sonde et de l'empire du Japon. In Siebold, Phillip Franz Balthasar von, Fauna Japonica. 6 vols, in 4. Leyden. 1833-50.
Volney, Constantin François Chasseboeuf de. 1787. Travels through Syria and Egypt, in 1783, 1784, and 1785. Translated from the French. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Walker, Alexander. 1838. Intermarriage; or the mode in which, and the causes why, beauty, health, and intellect result from certain unions, and deformity, disease and insanity from others. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]

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Read Mr Bennetts & other Edit. by Hon. & Rev. W. Herbert. — notes to White
Nat. Hist of Selbourne read [Bennett ed. 1837 and [Rennie] ed. 1833]
: French or Caledonian Horticultural Transactions [?Annales de la Société Impériale d'Horticulture][? Memoirs of the Caledonian Horticultural Society]
Asa Gray & Torrey have published Botany of N. America. both indigenous & imported well worth studying probably — [Torrey and Gray 1838-43]
Thunberg Flora Japonica in Geograph. Soc. [Thunberg 1784]
Mr Winch catalogue of plants of Northumberland, Cumberland & Durham [Winch 1819]
M. Girou de Buzareingues on generation. 1828 (read) [Girou de Buzareingues 1828] quoted by Dr Ryan on marriage [Ryan 1831]
Babbington Babbage on Flora of Channel Isld says he has remarks on affinities of species [Babington 1839]
There is Horticultural & Agricultural Soc in Bengal — Have they published? read
[Journal of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India; Proceedings of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India; Transactions of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India]

Natural Hist Soc of Mauritius, published? [Procès-Verbaux de la Société d'Histoire Naturelle d'Ile Maurice]
Sykes has published catalogues of quadrupeds of the Dekhan [Sykes 1832] & Birds [Sykes 1834]. Zoolog. Proceedings & Journal of Asiatic Soc. Vol. II & Vol. III

Annales de la Société Impériale et Centrale d'Horticulture de Paris. Paris. 1827-54.
Babington, Charles Cardale. 1839. Primitia florœ sarnica; or, an outline of the flora of the Channel Islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, and Sark. London.
Bennett, Edward Turner, ed. 1837. The natural history and antiquities of Selborne [By Gilbert White.] A new edition with notes by Edward Turner Bennett. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 29-30.]
Girou de Buzareingues, Louis François Charles. 1828. De la génération. (Mémoire sur la distribution et les rapports des deux sexes en France.) Paris.
Journal of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India. Calcutta. 1842-. [Abstract in DAR74: 178.]
Memoirs of the Caledonian Horticultural Society. Edinburgh. 1814-32.
Procès-Verbaux de la Société d'Histoire Naturelle d'Ile Maurice. Mauritius. 1842-6.
[Rennie, James] ed. 1833. The natural history and antiquities of Selborne. By the late Rev. Gilbert White. A new edition, with notes, by several eminent naturalists. [Edited by James Rennie with the assistance of Robert Sweet and William Herbert.] London.
Ryan, Michael. 1831. Lectures on population, marriage and divorce, as questions of state medicine, comprising an account of the causes and treatment of impotence and sterility. London.
Sykes, William Henry. 1832. Catalogue of the Mammalia observed in the Dakhan. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 1: 161-7. (Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London.) [Darwin Library in CUL]
Sykes, William Henry. 1834. Catalogue of birds (systematical arranged) of the Raptorial, Insessorial, Rasorial, Grallatorial, and Natatorial orders, observed in the Dakhan. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 3: 418-23, 536-43, 597-9, 639-49. (Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London.)
Thunberg, Carl Peter. 1784. Flora Japonica. Lipsiae.
Torrey, John and Gray, Asa. 1838-43. A flora of North America: containing abridged descriptions of all the known indigenous and naturalized plants growing north of Mexico; arranged according to the natural system. 2 vols. New York.
Winch, Nathaniel John. 1819. An essay on the geographical distribution of plants, through the counties of Northumberland, Cumberland, and Durham. Newcastle. [Edition unknown]

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Storia della Riproduzione vegetale by Gallesio. Pisa  1816 [Gallesio  1816] — quoted by Dr. Holland (p. 27) as good — [Holland 1839]
Decandoelle has chapter on Sensitive Plants in his Physiology [de Candolle 1832]
Col. le Couteur has written on wheat [Le Couteur 1836]
Bechstein on Caged Birds. 10s 6d translated by Rennie {Some facts on cross-bred animals, Haviland Mr Yarrell has it??} [Bechstein 1835]
Walker on Intermarriage [Walker 1838] refers to
what have they written.?
writings of "Blaine", p 271 [Blaine 1824]             |
"Hunt" p 290 [Hunt 1806]
"Thacker" p 291 [Thacker 1834-5]       
Athenaeum 1839. p. 546 — Mr Conrad has published work on fossil shells of N. America [Conrad 1838]
Atlas de la Geographie des trois Règnes de la nature. Paris. 6: folio par Céran de Lemonier. Bailliere [Céran-Lemonnier 1837]
Transactions of the Caledonian Horticultural Society. — [? Memoirs of the Caledonian Horticultural Society]
Flora of St Helena 1825 in Library of Hort. Soc [Watson 1825]
Journal of a Hort. Tour through Flanders & Holland in 1817 [Neill, Hay, and Macdonald] 1823] {These three last books quoted in Horticult. Transactions. — [Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London]}

Bechstein, Johann Matthaeus. 1835. Cage birds: their natural history, management, habits, food, diseases, treatment, breeding, and the methods of catching them. With notes by the translator [James Rennie]. London.
Blaine, Delabere Pritchett. 1824. Canine pathology; or, a full description of the diseases of dogs. 2d ed. London.
Candolle, Augustin Pyramus de. 1832. Physiologie végétale; ou, exposition des forces et des fonctions vitales des végétaux, pour servir de suite à l'organographie végétale. 3 vols. Paris.
Céran-Lemonnier, Louis. 1837. Atlas de la géographie des trois règnes de la nature. Distribution des animaux, des végétaux, des minéraux, à la surface du globe. Paris.
Conrad, Timothy Abbott. 1838. Fossils of the Tertiary formations of the United States. Philadelphia.
Gallesio, Giorgio. 1816. Teoria della riproduzione végétale. Pisa. [Abstract in DAR71: 95-111.]
Holland, Henry. 1839. Medical notes and reflections. London. [Darwin Library; 3d ed. (1855) also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Hunt, John. 1806. Anatomical reflections on the formation of animals, and the new opinions of Henry Cline. London.
Le Couteur, John. 1836. On the varieties, properties and classification of wheat. Jersey and London. [Darwin Library; 2d ed. (1872) also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Memoirs of the Caledonian Horticultural Society. Edinburgh. 1814-32.
[Neill, Patrick, Hay, John, and Macdonald, James]. 1823. Journal of a horticultural tour through some parts of Flanders, Holland, and the north of France, in the autumn of 1811. By the deputation of the Caledonian Horticultural Society. Edinburgh. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Thacker, Thomas. 1834-5. The courser's companion, second edition, revised and enlarged; to which is added the breeder's guide, or breeding in all its branches. 2 vols. Derby.
Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London. London. 1812-30. New series, 1831-48. [Abstract in DAR74: 55-102.]
Walker, Alexander. 1838. Intermarriage; or the mode in which, and the causes why, beauty, health, and intellect result from certain unions, and deformity, disease and insanity from others. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Watson, Alexander. 1825. Flora Sta Helenica. St Helena.

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A history of British Birds by W. Macgillivray. — I should think well worth reading. Read [Macgillivray 1837-52]
{Loudon's Arboretum [Loudon 1838] in Edinburgh Review July 1839 [Anon. 1839]— there are pencil remarks on it. }
Beale's Nat. Hist of Whales worth reading [Beale 1839]
Loudons Arboretum. read [Loudon 1838]
Dr Moreton's Crania Americana. with remarks on geograph distrib of Man. Mentioned by Athenaeum 1839 p. 765. in Geograph. Soc?? [Morton  1839]
Review of this in Edin. Phil Jour. 1840. June. [Anon. 1840]
Report of the Agricultural Association meeting at Oxford, paper by Ld Spencer on gestation of animals. read [Spencer 1840]
All Pallassis works
Erasmus recommends me to read Reimeruss on instinct in German [Reimarius 1760]
The Highlands & Western Islds letter to Sir W Scott at Maer? [MacCulloch 1824]
W. F. Eduards sur les characteres de races Humaines; read [Edwards 1829] Letter to M. Therry — a 2d Edit preparing in 1841. — [Broughton 1832]
Lesson Hist Nat des Mammiférs [Lesson 1827]
Haller's Physiology — My Father thinks would contain facts for me [Haller 1754]

Anon. 1839. Loudon's British trees and shrubs. Edinburgh Review 69: 384-405.
Anon. 1840. Review of S. G. Morton, Crania Americana. Edinburgh New Philosophical Review 29: 111-39.
Beale, Thomas. 1839. The natural history of the sperm whale. To which is added, a sketch of a South-Sea whaling voyage. London.
Broughton, William Grant. 1832. A letter in vindication of the principles of the Reformation, addressed to Roger Therry, Esq. Sydney.
Edwards, William Frédéric. 1829. Des caractères physiologiques des race humaines considérés dans leur rapports avec l'histoire. Paris.
Haller, Albrecht von. 1754. Dr. Albrecht von Haller’s physiology; being a course of lectures. Translated from the German [by Samuel Mihlis]. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Lesson, René Primevère. 1827. Manuel de mammalogie, ou histoire naturelle des mammifères. (Encyclopédie Roret.) Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Loudon, John Claudius. 1838. Arboretum et Fructicetum Britannicum; or the trees and shrubs of Britain, native and foreign, delineated and described. 8 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 89-94.]
MacCulloch, John Ramsay. 1825. The principles of political economy. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Macgillivray, William. 1837-52. A history of British birds, indigenous and migratory. 5 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Morton, Samuel George. 1839. Crania Americana; or, a comparative view of the skulls of various aboriginal nations of North and South America. Philadelphia.
Reimarus, Herman Samuel. 1760. Allgemeine Betrachtungen über die Triebe der Thiere. Hamburg. [Edition unknown]
Spencer, John Charles, Earl. 1840. On the gestation of cows. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society 1: 165-9.

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1839. Decemb.
Advertised. David Low "Treatise on Domestic Animals"; also Illustrations of the Domestic animals of Gt. Britain. — must be read carefully. [Low 1842]
A Volume on the Dog with illustrations of about 100 varieties [?Smith 1839-40]
Flourens "Resume analytique des observations par F. Cuvier sur l'instinct" — L'Institut 1839. p. 408 read [Flourens 1839]
Quarterly Review 1839. p. 336. [[Broderip] 1839] Mr Beale's book on Whaling [Beale 1839] — "wide range of whales" mentioned.

[printed notice:]
Traité philosophique de médecine pratique, par M. Gendrin, 2 v. 8vo. ibid, 1839. 14s.
Histoire Générale et particulière des anomalies de l'organisation chez l'homme et les animaux, ouvrage comprenant des recherches sur les caractères, la classification l'influence physiologique et pathologique, les rapports généraux, les lois et causes des Monstruosités, des variétés et vices de conformation ou Traité de Tératologie, par I. Geoffroy-Saint Hilaire, 3 vols. 8vo. et atlas de 20 planches. ibid, 1832-36. £1 7s. [Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1832-7]
— séparément les tomes 2 et 3. 16s.
Philosophie Anatomique, par I. Geoffroy-Saint Hilaire, 2 vols. 8vo. avec 2 atlas 4to. ibid, 1818-23. £1 2s [Saint-Hilaire 1818-23]

[printed notice:]
Familles Naturelles du Regne Animal, exposées succinctement et dans un ordre
analytique, avec l'indication de leurs genres, par M. Latreille, 1 vol. 8vo. 9s. [Latreille 1825]

[printed notice:]
Mémoire sur la Conformité Organique dans l'Echelle animale, par A. Dugés, 4to.
avec 6 planches, ibid, 1832. 6s. [Dugés 1832]

Azara Voyages [Azara 1809] & Quadrupeds [Azara 1801] — Again —

Azara, Félix d'. 1801. Essais sur l'histoire naturelle des quadrupeds de la province du Paraguay. 2 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Azara, Félix d'. 1809. Voyages dans l'Amérique méridionale, contenant la description géographique, politique et civile du Paraguay et de la rivière de La Plata. [Edited by C. A. Wolckenaer and with notes on the birds of Paraguay by Georges Cuvier] 4 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Beale, Thomas. 1839. The natural history of the sperm whale. To which is added, a sketch of a South-Sea whaling voyage. London.
Broderip, William John]. 1839. Beale on the natural history and fishery of the sperm whale. Quarterly Review 63: 318-41.
Dugès, Antoine. 1832. Memoir sur la conformité organique dans l'échelle animale. Montpellier.
Flourens, Marie Jean Pierre. 1839. Résumé analytique des observations de M. Frédéric Cuvier sur l'instinct et l'intelligence des animaux. Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Zoologie) 2d ser. 12: 235-86.
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Etienne. 1818-23. Philosophie anatomique. 2 vols, and 2 atlases. Paris.
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore. 1832-7. Histoire générale et particulière des anomalies de l'organisation chez l'homme et les animaux, ou traité de tératologie. 3 vols, and atlas. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Latreille, Pierre André. 1825. Familles naturelles du règne animal, exposées succinctment et dans un ordre analytique, avec l'indication de leurs genres. Paris.
Low, David. 1842. The breeds of the domestic animals of the British Islands described by David Low and illustrated with plates from drawings by Mr. W. Nicholson reduced from a series of portraits from life, executed by Mr. W. Shiels. 2 vols. London.
Smith, Sydney. 1839-40. The works of the Rev. Sydney Smith. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

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Maximilien Newuied is publishing Travels into interior of N. America — in Geograph Journ Soc [Wied-Neuwied 1839-41]
Siebold's Japan — do [von Siebold 1833-50]
Kalm's Travels in N. America — much Nat. Hist [Kalm 1770-1]
Sir. W. Jardines. Naturalist Library. Vol 26 — Account of Domestic & Foreign Bees: [Jardine ed. 1840] (Athenaeum 1840 p. 195)
"Boitons Harmonia Ruralis" — Yarrell probably has it. account of habits of birds. [Bolton 1794-6]
Temminck Manuel D'ornithologie. 2d Edit: Introduction on migration of birds [Temminck 1820-40]
Necker. account of birds of Geneva — Mem. de la Soc. Genev. Tom II p. 29 read [Necker 1823]
Lindleys Horticulture — Chapter on Races improvement of &c &c important [Lindley 1840]
{I should think Duhamel worth reading [?Duhamel du Monceau 1764]}
M. Soulange Bodin has somewhere written on exact adaptation of plants to soil. He is Horticulturist in France [?Soulange-Bodin 1827]
Michaux, according to Hooker has written on topography of N. American plants. — [Michaux 1803]
Mr Nuttall has written naturalist travels in Arkansas. — [Nuttall 1821]

Bolton, James. 1794-6. Harmonia ruralis; or, an essay towards a natural history of British song birds. 2 vols. Halifax.
Duhamel du Monceau, Henri Louis. 1764. The elements of agriculture. Translated from the French by P. Miller. 2 vols. London.
Jardine, William, ed. 1840. The natural history of bees. Vol. 38 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843.
Kalm, Pehr. 1770-1. Travels into North America; containing its natural history, and a circumstantial account of its plantations and agriculture in general. Translated by J. R. Forster. 3 vols. Warrington.
Lindley, John. 1840. The theory of horticulture; or, an attempt to explain the principal operations of gardening upon physiological principles. London.
Michaux, François André. 1803. Flora Boreali-Americana. 2 vols. Paris.
Necker, Louis Albert. 1823. Mémoire sur les oiseaux des environs de Genève. Mémoires de la Société de Physique et d'Histoire Naturelle de Genève 2: 29-122.
Nuttall, Thomas. 1821. A journal of travels into the Arkansa Territory, during the year 1819. Philadelphia.
Siebold, Philipp Franz Balthasar von. 1833-50. Fauna Japonica. 6 vols, in 4. (Vol. 3: Description des oiseaux.) Leyden.
Soulange-Bodin, Etienne. 1827. Discours sur l'importance de l'horticulture, et sur les avantages de son union avec les sciences physiques. Paris.
Temminck, Coenraad Jacob. 1820-40. Manuel d'ornithologie, ou tableau systématique des oiseaux qui se trouvent en Europe. 2d ed. 4 vols. Paris.
Wied-Neuwied, Maximilian Alexander Philipp zu. 1839-41. Reise in das innere Nord-America in 1832 bis 1834. 2 vols, and atlas. Coblenz. [Edition unknown]

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The Philosoph, of Instinct & Reason by S. Bushnan. Longman. 5s — dedicated to D. Brougm. merely advertisement [Bushnan 1837]
{Admiral Von Wrangel's Travels. — [Wrangel 1840]}
{Sir Ker Porter's Travels in Caucasus praised by Silliman poor [Porter 1821-2]}
Cyclop. of Anat. — Instinct by Dr Alison. No 19. July. 1840 [Alison 1847]
Annales des Sciences  1840. Octob  & Jan.  Papers on Instinct by Flourens (read) [Flourens 1839]
Index of Clarkes Travels. — one volume I tried unreadable [Clarke 1810-23]
Annales des Sciences, vols, (read) all [Annales des Sciences Naturelles]
Loudon's Gardening Magazine [Gardener's Magazine]
Loudons. Journal of Nat Hist Z & B read [Magazine of Natural History]
Charlesworth. Journ. [Magazine of Natural History]
Zoolog. Journ. a second time [Zoological Journal]
Edinburg New [Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal]
Linnaean Transact [Transactions of the Linnean Society of London]
Wernerian do — read [Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society]
Edinburgh. Royal [Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh]
Kirby & Spence. Entomology. [Kirby and Spence 1815-26]
Arthur Young has edited some Agricult. Journ [Annals of Agriculture]
Highland Agricult. Journal. — [Scottish Agricultural Journal]
Brit. Agricult. Association Zoolog. Soc. [Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England].

Alison, William Pulteney. 1847. Instinct. In vol. 3, pp. 1-29, of Todd, Robert Bentley, The cyclopedia of anatomy and physiology. 5 vols. London. 1836-59.
Annales des Sciences Naturelles, comprenant la Physiologie animale et végétale. Paris. 1824-33. [Abstract in DAR74: 8-54.]
Annals of Agriculture and other useful Arts. Edited by A. Young. Bury St Edmunds. 1790-1808.
Bushnan, John Stevenson. 1837. The philosophy of instinct and reason. Edinburgh.
Clarke, Edward Daniel. 1810-23. Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. 3 parts in 6. London. [Edition unknown]
Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, exhibiting a view of the progressive improvements, &c. in the sciences, &c. Edited by R. Jameson. Edinburgh. 1826-54. New series, 1855 - [Vols. 24-43 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Flourens, Marie Jean Pierre. 1839. Résumé analytique des observations de M. Frédéric Cuvier sur l'instinct et l'intelligence des animaux. Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Zoologie) 2d ser. 12: 235-86.
Gardener's Magazine of Botany, Horticulture, Floriculture and Natural Science. London. 1850-1.
Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England. London. 1840-. [Abstract in DAR74: 152-7]
Kirby, William and Spence, William. 1815-26. An introduction to entomology; or, elements of the natural history of insects. 4 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Magazine of Natural History, and Journal of Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology, and Meteorology. London. Edited by J. C. Loudon. 1829-36. Second series, edited by E. Charlesworth, 1837-40. [Vols. 1-9; 2d ser. 1-4 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society. Edinburgh. 1808-38. [Abstract in DAR73: 149-51.]
Scottish Agricultural Journal. Edinburgh. 1849-50.
Transactions of the Linnean Society of London. London. 1791-. [Vol. 21 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR75: 46-8; 205.5: 64-85; 205.10: 44-55.]
Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Edinburgh. 1788-.
Wrangel, Ferdinand Petrovich. 1840. Narrative of an expedition to the Polar Sea, in the years 1820-3. Translated by Elizabeth Juliana Sabine. Edited by Edward Sabine. London. [Edition unknown]
Zoological Journal. Edited by Thomas Bell. London. 1825-34.

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Bowerbank's Book on Fossil Fruit must be studied [Bowerbank 1840]
Liebigs organic Chemistry [Liebig 1840]
Parmentier's work on change of Seed referred to by Oberlin [Parmentier 1789] [Oberlin 1829]
Hog. on Culture of Carnation. Auricula. Polyanth tulip. Rose. Hyacinth. 6s a catalogue of vars. [T. Hogg [1820]]
Pat. Neil. art. on Horticulture. Sold Separately. — [Neill 1817]
Lord Kaimes. (Home) on Instincts [[Home] 1774]
Paley's Nat. Theology [Paley 1802]
S. Bellamy on Nat. Hist. of S. Devonshire chiefly on distribution of forms said to be Poor [Bellamy 1839]
Sir. J. Edwards Botanical Tour [?Smith 1793]
Fabricius (very old) has written on language of Brutes [Fabricius 1603] referred to by Hallam [Hallam 1837-9]
Dr Lord has written some new book on Physiolog. & treats on origin & formation of Varieties [Lord 1834]
Royle on Indian Agricult. & Production [Royle 1840]
Bennets. Whaling Voyage [Bennett 1840]

Bellamy, John Cremer. 1839. The natural history of South Devon. Plymouth.
Bennett, Frederick Debell. 1840. Narrative of a whaling voyage round the globe, from the year 1833 to 1836. Comprising sketches of Polynesia, California, the Indian Archipelago, etc. 2 vols. London.
Bowerbank, James Scott. 1840. A history of the fossil fruits and seeds of the London Clay. London.
Fabricius, Hieronymus ab Aquapendente. 1603. De brutorum loquela. Padua. [Edition unknown]
Hallam, Henry. 1837-9. Introduction to the literature of Europe in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Hogg, James (the Ettrick Shepherd). 1807. The sheperd's guide; being a practical treatise on the diseases of sheep, their causes, and the best means of preventing them, with observations on the most suitable farm-stocking for the various climates of this country. Edinburgh.
[Home, Henry, Lord Kames]. 1774. Sketches of the history of man. 2 vols. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Liebig, Justus von. 1840. Organic chemistry in its applications to agriculture and physiology. Edited by Lyon Playfair. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lord, Perceval Barton. 1834. Popular physiology. London. [Edition unknown]
Neill, Patrick. 1817. An account of British horticulture. Drawn up for the Edinburgh Encyclopaedia. Edinburgh.
Oberlin, Jean Frédéric. 1829. Memoirs of J. F. Oberlin, compiled from authentic sources. London. [Edition unknown]
Paley, William. 1802. Natural theology; or, evidences of the existence and attributes of the Deity, collected from the appearances of nature. London. [Edition unknown]
Parmentier, Antoine-Augustin. 1789. Traité sur la culture et les usages des pommes de terre. Paris.
Royle, John Forbes. 1840. Essay on the productive resources of India. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 26-8.]
Smith, James Edward. 1793. A sketch of a tour on the continent, in the years 1786 and 1787. 3 vols. London.

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Tucker's light of Nature [Tucker 1768-78]
Johnson lifes of Poets. Erasmus = [Johnson 1779]
Lavater. Life & Correspondence [Heisch 1842]
Coleridge. Literary Remains [Coleridge 1836-9]
Inconsistency of Human wishes.
Bacon's Essays. — [Bacon 1825-36]
Butler. 3. first sermons recommended by Sir. J. Mackintosh [Butler 1834]
J. Long Moral Nature of Man [Long 1747]
Novum Organum, in Lib. Useful Knowledge [Bacon 1827]
Num 41. Ed. Review. Sir. J. Mack. on Deaf & Dumb boy [[Mackintosh] 1812]
Hartley's, observ. on man. recommended by Mackintosh & Priestly [Hartley  1749]
Chardin [Chardin 1686] & Bernier [Bernier 1826]. Mack, says very amusing
Toland gives account of immortality of Soul, amongst Ancients [Toland 1704]
Adam Smith Moral Sentiments [Smith 1759]
Jackson Four Ages [Jackson 1798]
Stewart, Playfair & Mark Preliminary Dissert. [Stewart 1824 and Playfair 1824]
Hume's Essay [?Hume 1741-2]
J. Taylor Art of Dying [Taylor 1651]

Bacon, Francis. 1825-36. The works of Francis Bacon. A new edition by Basil Montagu. 16 vols. (Vol. 1: Essays; vol. 2: Advancement of learning; vols. 4 and 14: translation of Novum Organum; vol. 15: translation of Cogitata et visa.) London.
Bacon, Francis. 1827. An account of Lord Bacon's Novum organon scientiarum; or, new method of studying the sciences. [By John Hoppus.] (Library of Useful Knowledge.) London.
Bernier, François. 1826. Travels in the Mogul Empire A.D. 1666-1668. Translated by Irving Brock. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Butler, Joseph. 1834. Three sermons upon human nature, with a dissertation on the nature of virtue. Cambridge.
Chardin, John. 1686. The travels of Sir John Chardin into Persia and the East-Indies. The first volume, containing the author's voyage from Paris to Ispahan. 2 parts London. [Edition unknown]
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 1836-9. The literary remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Collected and edited by Henry Nelson Coleridge. 4 vols. London.
Hartley, David. 1749. Observations on man, his frame, his duty, and his expectations. 2 parts London. [Edition unknown]
Heisch, P. I. 1842. Memoirs of J. C. Lavater [compiled chiefly from the biographies by G. Gessner and F. T. Herbst]. To which is added, Lavater's corresponence with the Oberlins. London and Aberdeen.
Hume, David. 1741-2. Essays, moral and political. 2 vols. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Hume, David. 1778. The life of David Hume, Esq.; the philosopher and historian, written by himself. To which are added, the travels of a philosopher, containing observations on the manners and arts of various nations, in Africa and Asia. From the French of M. le Poivre. Philadelphia: Robert Bell.
Jackson, William. 1798. Four ages, together with essays on various subjects. London.
Johnson, Samuel. 1779. The lives of the English poets and a criticism on their works. 3 vols. Dublin. [Edition unknown]
[Long, James]. 1747. An enquiry into the origin of the human appetites and affections, shewing how each arises from association, with an account of the entrances of moral evil into the world. Lincoln.
[Mackintosh, James]. 1812. Review of 'Some account of a boy born blind and deaf’ by Dugald Stewart. Edinburgh Review 20: 462-71.
Playfair, John. 1824. Dissertation second: exhibiting a general view of the progress of mathematical and physical science, since the revival of letters in Europe. 2 parts (vols. 2 and 4) in Supplement to the fourth, fifth, and sixth editions of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. With preliminary dissertations on the history of the sciences. 6 vols. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Smith, Adam. 1759. The theory of moral sentiments. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Stewart, Dugald. 1824. Dissertation first: exhibiting a general view of the progress of metaphysical, ethical, and political philosophy, since the revival of letters in Europe. 2 parts (vols. 1 and 5) in Supplement to the fourth, fifth, and sixth editions of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. With preliminary dissertations on the history of the sciences. 6 vols. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Taylor, Jeremy. 1651. The rule and exercises of holy dying. London. [Edition unknown]
Toland, John. 1704. The history of the soul's immortality among the heathens. Part 2 of Letters to Serena. London.
Tucker, Abraham. 1768-78. The light of nature pursued. 7 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

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Yarrel's Birds (1 Vol read) [Yarrell 1843]
Last Edit of Malthus 1826 — (read) [Malthus 1826]
Pallas' Travels — Hookker (623 no) read [Pallas 1802-3]
Darby's Louisiana [Darby 1816] & Finch Travels. (Lyell) [Finch 1833]
Maximilian in Brazil [Wied-Neuwied 1820-1]
Spix & Martius. German? [Spix and Martius 1824]
Adansons voyage to Senegal [Adanson 1759]
Richardson. Fauna Borealis — au Vols. [Richardson 1829-37]
Marshall's agriculture Rural Economy of Yorkshire, 12s [Marshall 1788]:= often quoted by Youatt. Big-buttocked calves. Read   He has written Rural Economy of other counties ?worth reading?

[printed notice:]
IX.
The wild sports of southern Africa: being the Narrative of an Expedition from the Cape of Good Hope to the Tropic of Capricorn, through the Territories of the redoubted Chief, Moselekatze. By Capt. William Cornwallis Harris. With Plates, Woodcuts, and Map. Post 8vo., 10s 6d.
X.
Salmonia; or, Days of Fly-Fishing: A Series of Converstaions on the Art of Fly-Fishing for the Species and Varieties [Davy 1828]


An analysis of British Ferns. G. W. Francis 4s — plates of every species — treats of varieties [Francis 1837]
Poeppig Travels in S. America. German. — [Pöppig 1835-6]
Zoologie Generale. Iside. St Hilaire — Some wonderful facts on Hybrids read [I. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1841]
Journal de Physique [Journal de Physique, de Chimie, et de l'Histoire Naturelle]
Art. Hyb. in Encyclop: German do; Dict. des Sci: Nat: [Massey 1821 and Duméril 1821]
Encyclop of Anat & Phys [Todd ed. 1836-59]

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[printed notice, reverse:]
III.
The Journal of a Naturalist. Fourth and cheaper Edition, with Plates and Woodcuts. Post 8vo., gs. 6d. Read [[Knapp] 1838]
IV.
Gleanings in Natural History. By Edward Jesse, Surveyor of Her Majesty's Parks and Palaces. Fourth Edition with Woodcuts. 2 vols. fcap. 8vo., 12s. [Jesse 1838]

Adanson, Michel. 1759. A voyage to Senegal, the Isle of Goree, and the River Gambia. Translated from the French. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Davy, Humphry. 1828. Salmonia; or, the days of fly fishing. London. [Edition unknown]
Duméril, André Marie Constant. 1821. Hybride ou Hibride [Entom.]. In vol. 22, pp. 85-6, of Cuvier, Frédéric Georges, ed., Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles. 61 vols. Paris. 1816-45.
Finch, John. 1833. Travels in the United States of America and Canada, containing some account of their scientific institutions, and a few notices of the geology and mineralogy of those countries. London.
Francis, George William. 1837. An analysis of the British ferns and their allies. London. [Edition unknown]
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore. 1841. Essais de zoologie générale. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Journal de Physique, de Chimie, et de l'Histoire Naturelle. Edited by J. C. de Lamétherie and H. M. Ducrotay de Blainville. Paris. 1794-1823.
Malthus, Thomas Robert. 1826. An essay on the principle of population. 6th ed. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Marshall, William. 1788. The rural economy of Yorkshire. Comprizing the management of landed estates, and the present practice of husbandry in the agricultural districts of that county. 2 vols. London.
Massey, —. 1821. Hybride [plante]. In vol. 22, p. 85, of Cuvier, Frédéric Georges, ed., Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles. 61 vols. Paris. 1816-45.
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1802-3. Travels through the southern provinces of the Russian empire, in 1793 and 1794. Translated by F. W. Blagdon. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Pöppig, Eduard Friedrich. 1835-6. Reise in Chile, Peru und auf dem Amazonenstrome während der Jahre 1827-1832. 2 vols. Leipzig. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 32.]
Richardson, H. D. 1847. Pigs: their origin and varieties, management with a view to profit, and treatment under disease. Dublin. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Spix, Johann Baptist von and Martius, Karl Friedrich Philipp von. 1824. Travels in Brazil in the years 1817-20. Translated by H. E. Lloyd. 2 vols, in 1. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Todd, Robert Bentley, ed. 1836-59. The cyclopedia of anatomy and physiology. 5 vols. in 6. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Wied-Neuwied, Maximilian Alexander Philipp zu. 1820-1. Reise nach Brasilien in den Jahren 1815-17. 2 vols, and atlas. Frankfort. [Edition unknown]
Yarrell, William. 1843. A history of British birds. 3 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR71: 166-79.]

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Butler's Analogy [Butler 1736]
Life & corresp. of Beethoven [Schindler 1841]
Locke on Education [Locke 1693]
Elphinstone's Macpherson's Hist of India — [Elphinstone 1841 and ?Macpherson 1812]
Robertson Hist of America [Robertson 1777]
Zorab the Hostage [[Morier] 1832]
La Vaillant. Travels at Maer. — [Levaillant 1790]
Lives of Le Vaillant Kepler & Galileo. Drinkwater — [[Drinkwater] 1833]
Prof. Smyth. French Revolution 3 vols [Smyth 1840]
Baber's Biography, translat. by Erskine [Baber 1826]
Lee Scot's Narrative of Shipwreck in China [J. L. Scott 1841]
Lockarts Life of Burns [Lockhart 1828]
Seguir. Russian Expedition French [Ségur 1825]
Catlins Indians. — [Catlin 1841]
Ld Dudley's Correspondence [Dudley 1844]
Hallam Constitut Hist: Hen VII to Georg II death [Hallam 1827]
Ranke's Popes. — [Ranke 1840]
Southeys life of Wesley. — [Southey 1820]
Middlton Life of Cicero [Middleton 1741]
W. Meister's Life. — [Goethe 1842]
Malcolm's History of Persia — Colon Library [Malcolm 1815]
Hogarth Hist of Music [Hogarth 1835]
Wilkinson Egyptian read [Wilkinson 1837-41]

Baber. 1826. Memoirs of Zehir-Ed-Din Muhammed Baber, Emperor of Hindustan, written by himself. Translated by John Leyden and William Erskine. 2 vols. London.
Butler, Joseph. 1736. The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature. London. [Edition unknown]
Catlin, George. 1841. Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and condition of the North American Indians. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
[Drinkwater, afterwards Bethune, John Elliot]. 1833. Lives of eminent persons, consisting of Galileo, Kepler, Newton etc. (Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.) London.
Dudley, Robert. 1844. Correspondence of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leycester, during his government of the Low Countries in the years 1585 and 1586. Edited by John Bruce. London.
Elphinstone, Mountstuart. 1841. The history of India. 2 vols. London.
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 1842. Wilhelm Meistens apprenticeship and travels. Translated by Thomas Carlyle. London.
Hallam, Henry. 1827. The constitutional history of England from the accession of Henry VII to the death of George II. 2 vols. London [Edition unknown]
Hogarth, George. 1835. Musical history, biography, and criticism. London.
Levaillant, François. 1790. Travels from the Cape of Good Hope into the interior parts of Africa. Translated from the French. 2 vols. London.
Locke, John. 1693. Some thoughts concerning education. London. [Edition unknown]
Lockhart, John Gibson. 1828. Life of Robert Burns. London. [Edition unknown]
Macpherson, David. 1812. The history of the European commerce with India. London.
Malcolm, John. 1815. The history of Persia, from the most early period to the present time. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Middleton, Conyers. 1741. The history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
[Morier, James Justinian]. 1832. Zohrab the hostage. London. [Edition unknown]
Ranke, Leopold von. 1840. The ecclesiastical and political history of the popes of Rome during the sixteenth and seventeeth centuries. Translated from the German by Sarah Austin. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Robertson, William. 1777. The history of America. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Schindler, Anton Felix. 1841. The life of Beethoven, including his correspondence with his friends. Edited by J. Moscheles. 2 vols. London.
Scott, John Lee. 1841. Narrative of a recent imprisonment in China after the wreck of the Kite. London.
Ségur, Philippe Paul de. 1825. Histoire de Napoléon et de la Grande Armée pendant l'année 1812. 2 vols. Brussels. [Edition unknown]
Smyth, William. 1840. Lectures on history. Second and concluding series. On the French revolution. 3 vols. Cambridge.
Southey, Robert. 1820. The life of Wesley; and the rise and progress of Methodism. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Wilkinson, John Gardner. 1837-41. Manners and customs of the ancient Egyptians. 6 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

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Baron de Brincken; memoire descriptif de la foret de Bialowcka. Varsovie 1826 [Brincken 1828] quoted by Weissenborn on Aurochs [Weissenborn 1838]
do. Engl. Bot. many facts [Smith 1790   1814]
Smiths grammar [Smith 1821] & introduct of Botany [Smith 1807]: former import: to me
List of Books at end of Catalogue of Royal Soc. [Royal Society of London 1839]
Meckel's Anatomy. French Translat. in Royal Soc Dr Holland says facts about reproductive system [Meckel 1828-38]
Encyclop of Rural Sports (at Athenaeum?) Book II Chapt. 4 on variation by Blaine. — & on coursing — cock-fighting &c. [Blaine 1840] Also Encyclop. of Agriculture by Loudon. Book I. ch. 7 & Book II. Ch. 8. Book VII. ch 8, 11. read [Loudon 1831]
1st vol of Lamarck. Animaux sans Vertébrés. — [Lamarck 1815-22]
Travels in the Himalayan Provinces by W. Moorcroft. Edited by Wilson 1841. (Athenaeum p.  147) — account of varieties of Hybrid Yak. — [Moorcroft and Trebeck 1841]
Steudel Botan. Nomenclature. Synonym of every plant & country — Recommended by Lindley — price about 36s. — [Steudel  1821-4]
Wiegmann. Archif fur Naturgeschicte. 1836. Meyen on distrib of plants in Himallaya & high Peru. — [Meyen 1836] Phillippi on Flora of Sicily. — [Philippi 1836]
Paxton Pocket Bot. Dict. 1841 — probably good — every plant cultivated in Engld[Paxton 1840]
Considerations générales sur les Mammif. Isid. G. St. Hilaire. 1826? facts on crossing  must certainly be read. — [Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1826]
Cover of Suites  a Buffon. — Boisduval is author of Fauna of Madagascar [Boisduval 1833]: Suite — Decandolle on Botany [A. de Candolle 1835]: Lacordaire Introduction Entomologique: [Lacordaire 1834-8] Reptiles [Duméril and Bibron 1834-54]: Crustacea Milne Edwards: [Milne-Edwards 1834-40]
In Portfolio of 'abstracts' — letter from Skuckard of books on Silk Worm
Physiological Papers of Mr Knight from Hort: & Royal Soc. 15s Longman [Knight 1841]
Gardener's Magazine must be studied; many papers on Peas &c &c [Gardener's Magazine of Botany]

Blaine, Delabere Pritchett. 1840. An encyclopedia of rural sports; or, a complete account, historical, practical, and descriptive, of hunting, shooting, fishing, racing, and other field sports and athletic amusements of the present day. London. [Edition unknown]
Boisduval de Chauffeur, Jean Alphonse. 1833. Faune entomologique de Madagascar, Bourbon et Maurice. Paris.
Brincken, Julius. 1828. Mémoire descriptif sur la forêt impériale de Bialowieza, en Lithuanie. Varsovie.
Candolle, Alphonse de. 1835. Introduction à l'étude de la botanique; ou, traité élémentaire de cette science. 2 vols. (Suites à Buffon.) Paris.
Duméril, André Marie Constant and Bibron, Gabriel. 1834-54. Erpétologie générale, ou histoire naturelle des reptiles. 9 vols. (Suites à Buffon.) Paris.
Gardener's Magazine of Botany, Horticulture, Floriculture and Natural Science. London. 1850-1.
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore. 1826. Mammifères. In Bory de Saint-Vincent, Jean Baptiste Georges Marie, ed., Dictionnaire classique d'histoire naturelle. 17 vols. Paris. 1822-31.
Knight, Thomas Andrew. 1841. A selection from the physiological and horticultural papers published in the Transactions of the Royal and Horticultural Societies by the late Thomas Andrew Knight, to which is prefixed a sketch of his life. Edited by George Bentham and John Lindley. London.
Lacordaire, Jean Théodore. 1834-8. Introduction à l'entomologie. 2 vols. (Suites à Buffon.) Paris.
Lamarck, Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de. 1815-22. Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertèbres. 7 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library; 2d ed. (1835-45) also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Loudon, John Claudius. 1831. An encyclopedia of agriculture: comprising the management of landed property and the cultivation and economy of the animal and vegetable productions of agriculture, including a general history of agriculture. London.
Meckel, Johann Friedrich. 1828-38. Traité général d'anatomie comparée. Translated from the German into French. 10 vols. Paris.
Meyen, Franz Julius Ferdinand. 1836. Vergleichende Bemerkungen über die Verbreitung der Vegetation in den grössten Höhen des Himalaya und in Hoch-Peru. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 2: 315-28.
Milne-Edwards, Henri. 1834-40. Histoire naturelle des crustacés, comprenant l'anatomie, la physiologie et la classification de ces animaux. 3 vols. (Suites à Buffon.) Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR205.3: 132-5.]
Moorcroft, William and Trebeck, George. 1841. Travels in the Himalayan provinces of Hindustan and the Panjab. Prepared from original journals and correspondence by H. H. Wilson. 2 vols. London.
Paxton, Joseph. 1840. A pocket botanical dictionary, comprising the names, history, and culture of all plants known in Britain. London.
Philippi, Rudolph Armand us. 1836. Ueber die Flora Siciliens, im Vergleiche zu den Floren anderer Länder. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 2: 337-68.
Royal Society of London. 1839. Catalogue of the scientific books in the library of the Royal Society. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Smith, James Edward. 1790-1814. English botany; or, colouredfigures of British plants, with their essential characters. 37 vols. (Vols. 1-3 by J. Sowerby; vols. 4-37 by J. E. Smith.) London. [Edition unknown]
Smith, James Edward. 1807. An introduction to physiological and systematical botany. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Smith, James Edward. 1821. A grammar of botany, illustrative of artificial, as well as natural, classification, with an explanation of Jussieu's system. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Steudel, Ernest Gottlieb. 1821-4. Nomenclator botanicus enumerans ordine alphabetico nomina et Synonyma. 2 parts Stuttgart and Tübingen. [2d ed. (1841) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Weissenborn, W. 1838. On the influence of man in modifying the zoological features of the globe; with statistical accounts respecting a few of the more important species. Description and habits of the Zubr, Bos urus. Magazine of Natural History n.s. 2: 13-18, 65-70, 122-7, 239-56, 305.

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Zanoni by Bulwer. [Bulwer-Lytton 1842]
Life of D. of Marlborough — (read) [Alison 1848]
Montagus  Translat  of Visa & Cogitata & Novum Organum. &c [Bacon 1825-36]
Prescott. Hist. of Mexico, strongly recommended by Lyell (read) [Prescott 1843]
Berkeleys Works [Berkeley 1784]
Duke of Wellington's Dispatches [Wellesley 1834-9]
Carlyles Oliver Cromwell (read) [Carlyle 1845]
Keppells (?) voyage to Borneo [Keppel 1846]
Life of David Hume — (new Edit) by Bell recommended by Erasmus [Hume  1778]
Life of Hutton by Playfair — (read) [Playfair [1797]]
Hall's voyage in the Nemesis to China [Bernard 1844]
The Emigrant, Head [Head 1846]
St. John's Highlands [Saint John 1846]
History of Invention Beckman [Beckmann 1797]
Wellington's General Orders [Wellesley 1832]
Sir. W. Nott's Life. — [Nott 1854]

Bacon, Francis. 1825-36. The works of Francis Bacon. A new edition by Basil Montagu. 16 vols. (Vol. 1: Essays; vol. 2: Advancement of learning; vols. 4 and 14: translation of Novum Organum; vol. 15: translation of Cogitata et visa.) London.
Beckmann, Johann. 1797. A history of inventions and discoveries. Translated from the German by William Johnston. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Berkeley, George. 1784. The works of George Berkeley, D. D., late Bishop of Cloyne in Ireland. To which is added, an account of his life (drawn up by Joseph Stock), and several of his letters. 2 vols. London and Dublin. [Edition unknown]
Bernard, William Dallas. 1844. Narrative of the voyages and services of the Nemesis, from 1840 to 1843  in China; comprising a complete account of the colony of Hong Kong, and remarks on the character and habits of the Chinese, from notes of Commander William Hutcheon Hall. 2 vols. London.
[Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton]. 1842. Zanoni. 3 vols. London.
Carlyle, Thomas. 1845. Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches: with elucidations. 2 vols. London.
Head, Francis Bond. 1846. The emigrant. London. [Edition unknown]
Keppel, Henry. 1846. The expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of piracy; with extracts from the journal of J. Brooke Esq., of Sarawak. 2 vols. London.
Nott, Josiah Clark and Gliddon, George Robbins. 1854. Types of mankind: or ethnological researches. Philadelphia. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Playfair, John. [1797]. Biographical account of James Hutton. [Edinburgh].
Prescott, William Hickling. 1843. History of the conquest of Mexico, with a preliminary view of the ancient Mexican civilization and the life of Hernando Cortes. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Saint John, Charles William George. 1846. Short sketches of the wild sports and natural history of the Highlands. London.
Wellesley, Arthur, Duke of Wellington. 1832. The general orders of the Duke of Wellington in Portugal, Spain, and France, from 1809 to 1814. Compiled by J. Gurwood. London. [Edition unknown]
Wellesley, Arthur, Duke of Wellington. 1834-9. The dispatches of the Duke of Wellington from 1799 to 1818. Compiled by J. Gurwood. 13 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

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From Herschel's Review Quart. June (41) [[Herschel] 1841] I see I must study Whewell on Philosophy of Science. — Speculates on Instinct. — [Whewell 1840]
Leçons de Botanique comprenant principalement de morphologie, par August, de Saint-Hilaire [Saint-Hilaire 1841]: review annal, des Scien, p. 100 (41) — dull — but perhaps good for me.
Dillon's Travels in Spain [Dillon 1780]: Livingston on Sheep [Livingston 1809]. Communicat to Board of Agriculture, vol 10 6 quoted by Youatt on migration of Sheep. very curious [Anon. 1808]
Jardines. Nat. Lib. — Vol. on Peacocks & Pheasants read [Jardine ed. 1834]
Vol. (2d) on Dogs [C. H. Smith 1839-40] / on Ruminants [Jardine ed. 1835-6] // on Horses [C. H. Smith 1841] // Exotic Moths including Si[l]k [Duncan 1841]
J. Kölreuter Hist der Versuche üb das Geschlecht der Pflanzes — also Nacht, von einigen Berlin 1763? [Kölreuter 1761-6]
Godwins answer to Malthus Shelley says is victorious & decisive read [Godwin 1820]
Gaertner de fructibus Plantarum (Plates on all seeds) R. Soc [Gaertner 1788-91]
Henslow says there is a grand book with genealogical tree, on Citrons & Oranges [?Gallesio 1811]
also book on Maize in Public Library of Camb
Die Getreide-arten und Wiesengräser &c Von. J. Metzger. Heidelberg 1841 Read [Metzger 1841]
Henslow in Botanist has written on some Hybrids
The Cat. of Sir J. Bank's Library [Banks 1796-1800] is classed & refers to varieties monsters &c Stoke Has it. perhaps Royal Soc. — is more copious but very similar to Reuss Repert. Com. in Royal Soc [Reuss 1801-21]

Anon. 1808. Some circumstances relative to Merino sheep. Communications to the Board of Agriculture, on subjects relative to the husbandry and internal improvement of the country 6: 65-73
Banks, Joseph. 1796-1800. Catalogus bibliotheca historico-naturalis Josephi Banks. By Jonas Dryander. 5 vols. London.
Dillon, John Talbot. 1780. Travels through Spain, with a view to illustrate the natural history and physical geography of that kingdom, in a series of letters. London. [Edition unknown]
Duncan, James. 1841. The natural history of exotic moths. Vol. 37 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843.
Gaertner, Joseph. 1788-91. Josephus Gartner de fructibus et seminibus plantarum. 2 vols. Stuttgart and Tübingen.
Gallesio, Giorgio. 1811. Traité du citrus. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Godwin, William. 1820. Of population. An enquiry concerning the power of increase in the numbers of mankind, being an answer to Mr. Malthus' essay on that subject. London.
Herschel, John Frederick William. 1841. Whewell on the inductive sciences. Quarterly Review 68: 177-238.
Jardine, William. 1835-6. The natural history of the ruminating animals. Vols. 10 (deer, antelopes, camels, &c.) and 11 (goats, sheep, wild and domestic cattle) in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1761-6. Vorläufige Nachricht von einigen das Geschlecht der Pflanzen betreffenden Versuchen und Beobachtungen. 4 parts (Fortsetzung (1763); Zweite Fortsetzung (1764); Dritte Fortsetzung (1766).) Leipzig. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR116.]
Livingston, Robert R. 1809. Essay on sheep; their varieties, account of the merinos of Spain, France. Together with miscellaneous remarks on sheep and woollen manufactures. New York. [Edition unknown]
Metzger, Johann. 1841. Die Getreidearten und Wiesengräser. Heidelberg. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Reuss, Jeremias David. 1801-21. Repertorium Commentationum a Societatibus Literariis. 16 vols. Göttingen.
Saint-Hilaire, Augustin François César Prouvençal (Auguste de). 1841. Leçons de botanique, comprenant principalement la morphologie végétale, la terminologie, la botanique comparée, l'examen de la valeur des charactères dans les diverses familles naturelles. Paris.
Smith, Charles Hamilton. 1841. The natural history of horses. Vol. 12 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vol. Edinburgh. 1843. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Smith, Sydney. 1839-40. The works of the Rev. Sydney Smith. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Whewell, William. 1840. The philosophy of the inductive sciences, founded upon their history. 2 vols. London.

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Proceedings of Nat. Hist. Soc. of Mauritius, many very useful papers for me: — not in Hort. Soc.
Hooker? [Procès- Verbaux de la Société d'Histoire Naturelle d'Ile Maurice]
Rogets Bridgewater Treatise: very good, abortive organs  read [Roget 1834]
A. Alison on Population. 2 vols. Feb. 1842. — [Alison 1840]
Youatt in Vet. says Blaine on Dogs in 2d Edit. gives all Knight's facts on dogs instincts [Blaine 1824]
Veterinary, vol: 9. p. 229. "A comparative view of the form of the race-horse during past & present century. Hookham": worth looking at. [Anon. 1836] Low has probably told all [Low 1842]
Madras Journal, in Geograph. Soc. appears to be good Papers on Sewalik Fossils in 1842 [Madras Journal of Literature and Science][Cautley 1840 and Cautley and Falconer 1840]
The Haras. Vet. Journ. in Athenaeum [Journal des Haras, des Chasses et des Courses de Chevaux]
Youatt "Essay on the Obligations of man to the inferior animals" discusses their minds. [Youatt 1839]
Crawford in work on Ava give case & man & child hairy [Crawfurd 1829]
Farmer's Mag. [Farmer's Magazine] well spoken of in Veterinary [Veterinarian]
Veterinary: Jan & Feb. number 1841. Karkeek on the geological History of the Horse. (not read.) Owen not got these No? [Karkeek 1841]

Alison, Archibald. 1840. The principles of population, and their connection with human happiness. 2 vols. London.
Anon. 1836. A comparative view of the form and character of the English racer and saddle-horse during last and present centuries. London.
Blaine, Delabere Pritchett. 1824. Canine pathology; or, a full description of the diseases of dogs. 2d ed. London.
Cautley, Proby T. 1840. On the structure of the Sevâlik Hills and the organic remains found in them. Madras Journal of Literature and Science 12: 292-304.
Cautley, Proby T. and Falconer, Hugh. 1840. Notice on the remains of a fossil monkey from the Tertiary strata of the Sewalik Hills in the north of Hindoostan. Madras Journal of Literature and Science 12: 305-9.
Crawfurd, John. 1829. Journal of an embassy from the Governor-general of India to the court of Ava. London. [Edition unknown]
Farmer's Magazine. London. 1834-.
Journal des Haras, des Chasses et des Courses de Chevaux. Paris. 1828-.
Karkeek, William Floyd. 1841. The geological history of the horse. Veterinarian n.s. 14: 25-31, 69-78.
Low, David. 1842. The breeds of the domestic animals of the British Islands described by David Low and illustrated with plates from drawings by Mr. W. Nicholson reduced from a series of portraits from life, executed by Mr. W. Shiels. 2 vols. London.
Madras Journal of Literature and Science; published under the auspices of the Madras Literary Society and Auxiliary Royal Asiatic Society. Edited by J. C. Morris. Madras. 1833-51. Second series, 1857-. [Abstract in DAR74: 177.]
Procès-Verbaux de la Société d'Histoire Naturelle d'Ile Maurice. Mauritius. 1842-6.
Roget, Peter Mark. 1834. Animal and vegetable physiology considered with reference to natural theology. 2 vols. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 5.) London. [Edition unknown]
Veterinarian; or, monthly journal of veterinary science. Edited by Mr Percivall. London. 1828-.
Youatt, William. 1839. The obligation and extent of humanity to brutes, principally considered with reference to the domesticated animals. London.

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At end of 2d Vol of Müller Phy. references to some good Books [Müller 1837-42]
Blacklock admirable little Treatise on Sheep [Blacklock 1838]; good quotation in Royle [Royle 1840]
Proceedings of Agricult. Soc of India. 1838. Falconer says Royle will probably have it = excellent paper on disposition of the very many breeds of native oxen. — Capt. Parsons quoted by Royle. Prod. Res. p. 170 (read) [Royle 1840]
Sweet has written Book on family of Geranium (vars & spec.) [Sweet 1820-30] & on Cistus. — [Sweet 1825-30]
Catalog, of Books on Agriculture & lives of Authors in Loudon's Encyclop. of Agriculture [Loudon 1831]
Dieffenbach Travels into the interior of New Zealand. [Dieffenbach 1843]
Capt. Porter, Journ of Cruize in Essex, 1812 account of Galapagos Tortoises (very good)  Read [Porter  1815]
Temminck. Nat. Hist. des Gallina & Pigeons must be studied. Roy Soc  read [Temminck 1813-15]
Prichards. Nat: History of Man. Bailliere. 1.10 must be studied. London Library read [Prichard 1843]

Blacklock, Ambrose. 1838. A treatise on sheep; with the best means for their improvement, general management, and the treatment of their diseases. With a chapter on wool, and history of the wool trade. Glasgow.
Dieffenbach, Ernst. 1843. Travels in New Zealand; with contributions to the geography, geology, botany, and natural history of that country. 2 vols. London.
Loudon, John Claudius. 1831. An encyclopedia of agriculture: comprising the management of landed property and the cultivation and economy of the animal and vegetable productions of agriculture, including a general history of agriculture. London.
Müller, Johannes. 1837-42. Elements of physiology. Translated by William Baly. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Porter, David. 1815. Journal of a cruise made to the Pacific Ocean, in the U.S. frigate Essex, in the years 1812, 1813, and 1814. 2 vols. Philadelphia. [Edition unknown]
Prichard, James Cowles. 1843. The natural history of man. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 143-5.]
Royle, John Forbes. 1840. Essay on the productive resources of India. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 26-8.]
Sweet, Robert. 1825-30. Cistinea. The natural order of cistus, or rock rose. With directions for their cultivation. London.
Temminck, Coenraad Jacob. 1813-15. Histoire naturelle générale des pigeons et des gallinacés. 3 vols. Amsterdam and Paris. [Abstract in DAR71: 6-19.]

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Dr Etherington Observ. on Instinct. Whittaker 1844. in Parts, cheap. 1.b c part [Etherington 1841-3]
Schlegel Essay on serpent (1844). 6s 6d Edinburgh. Geograph. Distrib &c &c. —sneered at [Schlegel 1843]
Lieut Fremonts Exploring Expedition towards the Rocky Mountains. (good amusing extracts), perhaps for Species theory [Fremont 1845]
Jesses new Book. (April 44) on Nat. Hist must be studied. [Jesse 1844]
J. Jarves "Scenes in Sandwich Isld & Central America contains good account of Silkworm, wh I have extracted from Athenaeum 44. p. 379. — probably worth reading. — [Jarves 1843]
Darluc. Hist Nat. de la Provence [Darluc 1782-6] 8vo. 1782. Tom I p. 303 to 329 gives account of migratory sheep of Provence; quoted by Young in French Tour, p. 423 [Young 1792]. — (See about instincts, as in Spain??) also chapt. 32. Tom 3. in Library of Institute. Perhaps Bailliere has it. British Museum
Traite Elementair Palaeontologie M. Pictet — Forbes?? Waterhouse has it — 1844— read [Pictet 1844-5]
Blackhouse travels in Australia [Backhouse 1843]
[Blackhouse] Mauritius & C. of Good Hope [Backhouse 1844] Much Botany & Nat: Hist. — Hooker recommends order at Library
Abhandlungen der Königlichen Akad: der Wissen: Aus dem Jahre 1834. = Berlin 1836. — "Vergleich: Anat der Myxinoiden". Müller [Müller 1837]
Towards end of paper describes anomalies in muscles & bones of man & animals. — (Read)
Buckland Bridgewater Treatise [Buckland 1836]

Backhouse, James. 1843. A narrative of a visit to the Australian colonies. London.
Backhouse, James. 1844. A narrative of a visit to the Mauritius and South Africa. London.
Buckland, William. 1836. Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 6.) 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR71: 125-7.]
Darluc, Michel. 1782-6. Histoire naturelle de la Provence, contenant ce qu'il y a de plus remarquable dans les règnes végétal, minéral, animal et la partie géoponique. 3 vols. Avignon.
Etherington, George F. 1841-3. Observations on instinct. 2 parts Edinburgh and London.
Fremont, John Charles. 1845. Report of the exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842; and to the Oregon and North California, in the years 1843 and 1844. Washington. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Jarves, James Jackson. 1843. Scenes and scenery in the Sandwich Islands, and a trip through Central America. Boston. [Edition unknown]
Jesse, Edward. 1844. Scenes and tales of country life. With recollections of natural history. London.
Müller, Johannes. 1837. Vergleichende Anatomie der Myxinoiden. Zweiter Theil: Über den eigenthümlichen Bau des Gehörorganes bei den Cyclostomen, mit Bemerkungen über die ungleiche Ausbilding der Sinnesorgane bei den Myxinoiden. Abhandlungen der königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 15-48.
Pictet, François Jules. 1844-5. Traité élémentaire de paléontologie. 4 vols. Geneva. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Schlegel, Hermann. 1843. Essay on the physiognomy of serpents. Translated by Thomas Stewart Traill. Edinburgh. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Young, Arthur. 1792. Travels during the years 1787, 1788, and 1789. Undertaken more particularly with a view of ascertaining the cultivation, wealth, resources, and national prosperity, of the kingdom of France. 2 vols. Bury St Edmunds. [Edition unknown]

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Vestiges of Nat: Hist: of Creation. Churchill: 1844. 7s 6d in which species are shown to be not immutable [[Chambers] 1844]
see Brit.  Museum  Collect. (Anonymous)
Wartmann on Daltonism in Taylors Scientific Memoirs — goes by sexes for (1844) [Wartmann 1844]
Blofield  Algeria.   1844.   Newby   [Blofeld 1844].  Athenaeum  says  account  of domestic animals.
Boston Nat: Hist: Soc: Journal of. — must be read. [Boston Journal of Natural History]
Paper on transmutation of shells already (1844) VI. vols. published   Lib. Geological Society (read) [Haldeman 1843-4]
Goulds Kangaroos [Gould 1841-2] — Birds of Himalaya [Gould 1834] (& of Europe?) [Gould 1832-7] & of Australia [Gould 1848]; well worth studying for variation
any very good monograph of Birds from distant countries
Birds of Japan Zoolog. Soc [von Siebold 1833-50]
"Mémoires du Museum d'Histoire Naturelle" (Cuvier Paper on Domestication) [F. G. Cuvier 1825]
Agricola's Husbandry (to see about early selection) Read [Agricola 1721]
Virgils Georgics — translated. Read [Virgilius Maro 1800]
Waterton's last series on Nat: Hist: tailess horses. Read [Waterton 1844]
"Bronn's Geschicte der Natur." [Bronn 1842-3]
Kingdons translat of Decandolles Veg: Organ: } recommended by Hooker. [de Candolle 1839-40]
Jussieus introduct to Bot. price 6s [Jussieu 1842]

Agricola, Georg Andreas. 1721. A philosophical treatise of husbandry and gardening; being a new method of cultivating and increasing all sorts of trees, shrubs, and flowers. Revised by Richard Bradley. London.
Blofeld, John Harcourt. 1844. Algeria, past and present. Containing a description of the country with a review of its history. London.
Boston Journal of Natural History. Boston. 1834-. [Abstract in DAR74: 161-8.]
Bronn, Heinrich Georg. 1842-3. Handbuch einer Geschichte der Natur. 2 vols. Stuttgart. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR91: 73.]
Candolle, Augustin Pyramus de. 1839-40. Vegetable organography; or, an analytical description of the organs of plants. Translated by Boughton Kingdon. 2 vols. London.
[Chambers, Robert]. 1844. Vestiges of the natural history of creation. London.
Cuvier, Frédéric Georges. 1825. Sur la domesticité des mammifères. Mémoires du Museum d'Histoire Maturelle 13: 405-55.
Haldeman, Samuel Stehman. 1843-4. Enumeration of the recent freshwater Mollusca which are common to North America and Europe; with observations on species and their distribution. Boston Journal of Natural History 4: 468-84.
Jukes, Joseph Beete. 1857. The student's manual of geology. Edinburgh. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Siebold, Philipp Franz Balthasar von. 1833-50. Fauna Japonica. 6 vols, in 4. (Vol. 3: Description des oiseaux.) Leyden.
Virgilius Maro, Publius. 1800. The Georgics of Virgil. Translated by W. Sotheby. London. [Edition unknown]
Wartmann, Elie. 1844. Memoir on Daltonism. Scientific Memoirs, selected from the Transactions of Foreign Academies of Science and Learned Societies and from Foreign Journals 4: 156-87.
Waterton, Charles. 1844. Essays on natural history. 2d series. London.

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Bernhardi Ueber den Begriff der Pflanzenart [Bernhardi 1834] 
(M. Gerard. experiments on species) [Gérard 1844].) read
Sageret sur les Cucurbitaceae [Sageret 1826] (Gerard Hybrids) Bought (read) [Gérard 1844]
G. St. Hilaire Progress de un Naturalist [E. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1835] (Gerard) [Gérard 1844])
Fruit & Fruit Trees of America by A. Downing Wiley & Putnam. 14d (Brit. Museum) (read) good [Downing 1845]
H. Watson in Phytologist. April May or June 1845 [H. C. Watson 1845] — gives up permanent species (alluded to by Hooker)
Foreign & British Med. Review by Dr Forbes [British and Foreign Medical Review] Prof. Forbes says worth my consulting (Perry can give me order)
Virey Philosoph [Virey 1835]. Forbes thinks worth reading  Royal Soc. —
Blumenbach. Comp. Anat. Translated read it — Erasmus has it [Blumenbach 1807]
Owens Brit. Mammalia — Horner has it. (read) [Owen 1846]
Reports to Brit. Assoc. — read [Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science]
Sismondi des Jacinthes quoted in several places worth reading [[Saint-Simon]  1768]
NB. Lindley says he will lend me Books out of Hort Soc.
Lindley Veg. Kingdom. worth Having, especially introduction on classification, I shd think. [Lindley 1846]

Bernhardi, Johann Jakob. 1834. Ueber den Begriff der Pflanzenart und seine Anwendung. Erfurt. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich. 1807. A short system of comparative anatomy. Translated from the German by William Lawrence. London. [Edition unknown]
British and Foreign Medical Review. Edited by J. Forbes. London. 1836-47.
Downing, Andrew Jackson. 1845. The fruits and fruit trees of America. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Etienne. 1835. Etudes progressives d'un naturaliste pendant les années 1834 et 1835, faisant suite à ses publications dans les Mémoires et Annales du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris.
Gérard, Frédéric. 1844. De l'espèce dans les corps organisés. Extract from Orbigny, Alcide Charles Victor Dessalines d', ed., Dictionnaire universel d'histoire naturelle, vol. 5, pp. 428-52. [Darwin Pamphlet Collection.]
Lindley, John. 1846. The vegetable kingdom; or, the structure, classification, and uses of plants, illustrated upon the natural system. London. [Edition unknown]
Owen, Richard. 1846. A history of British fossil mammals and birds. London.
Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science; Transactions of the Sections. London. 1833-. [Abstract in DAR74: 104-15.]
Sageret, Augustin. 1826. Mémoire sur les Cucurbitacées, principalement sur le melon, avec des considérations sur la production des hybrides, des variétés etc. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
[Saint-Simon, Maximilien Henri, Marquess de]. 1768. Des Jacintes, de leur anatomie, reproduction, et culture. Amsterdam. [Abstract in DAR71: 31-4.]
Virey, Julien-Joseph. 1835. Philosophie de l'histoire naturelle; ou, phénomènes de l'organisation des animaux et des végétaux. Paris.
Watson, Hewett Cottrell. 1845. On the theory of 'progressive development,' applied in explanation of the origin and transmutation of species. Phytologist 2: 108-13, 140-7, 161-8, 225-8.

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Daniells Chem. Philosop. (Erasmus) [Daniell 1839]

[printed notice:]
Jardine's Naturalist's Library,40 vols. 12mo. coloured plates, cloth lettered, (pub. at 6s per vol.) reduced to 5s 1834-43
[all 40 volumes are listed in the advertisement, the following are ticked:]
1. Humming Birds, Vol. 1 [Jardine 1833].
3. Humming Birds, Vol 2 [Jardine 1833].
5. Peacocks, Pheasants, &c. [Jardine 1834a]
6. Birds of the Game kind [Jardine 1834b].
9. Columbidae (Pigeons.) [Selby 1835]
11. Ruminating Animals (Deer, Antelopes, &c.) [Jardine 1835-6]
12. Ruminating Animals (Goats, Sheep, Cattle, &c.) [Jardine 1835-6]
15. Parrots [Selby 1836].
26. Honey Bees. Waterhouse has it??? [Jardine ed. 1840]

[printed notice:]
Jacintes (Des). De leur Anatomie, Reproduction et Culture. 4to. Avec 10 planches. Amsterdam, 1768. 12s. Bailliére read [[Saint-Simon] 1768]

[printed notice:]
Miller. The Gardener's and Florist's Dictionary, 2 vols. 8vo. 1724. 5s [Miller 1724]

Life of Wilkie [Cunningham 1843] & Chantry [Jones 1849].
Grote's History of Greece [Grote 1846-56].
Miss. Martineau Society in America [Martineau 1837]
Bamfords Life of a Radical [Bamford 1841]

Bamford, Samuel. 1841. Passages in the life of a radical. Manchester. [Edition unknown]
Cunningham, Allan. 1843. The life of Sir David Wilkie; with his journals, tours, and critical remarks on works of art. [Edited by Peter Cunningham.] 3 vols. London.
Daniell, John Frederic. 1839. An introduction to the study of chemical philosophy. London. [Edition unknown]
Grote, George. 1846-56. A history of Greece. 12 vols. London.
Jardine, William, ed. 1840. The natural history of bees. Vol. 38 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843.
Jardine, William. 1834a. The natural history of gallinaceous birds. Vol. 20 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843.
Jardine, William. 1834b. The natural history of game-birds. Vol. 21 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843.
Jardine, William. 1835-6. The natural history of the ruminating animals. Vols. 10 (deer, antelopes, camels, &c.) and 11 (goats, sheep, wild and domestic cattle) in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843.
Jones, George. 1849. Sir Francis Chantrey; recollections of his life, practice and opinions. London.
Martineau, Harriet. 1837. Society in America. 3 vols. London.
Miller, Philip. 1724. The gardener's and florist's dictionary, or a complete system of horticulture. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
[Saint-Simon, Maximilien Henri, Marquess de]. 1768. Des Jacintes, de leur anatomie, reproduction, et culture. Amsterdam. [Abstract in DAR71: 31-4.]
Selby, Prideaux John. 1835. The natural history of pigeons. Vol. 19 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Selby, Prideaux John. 1836. The natural history of parrots. Vol. 18 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843.

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Gosse Canadian naturalist in Entomolog. Soc. [Gosse 1840]
Duchesne's Works (on avatism in Linn Soc) Hort. Soc. [Duchesne 1766]
Count Dandalo on silk worm Eng. Translat 1825 — Murray [Dandolo 1825] /good/ In Library of Entomological Society & many allied Books
Mrs Whitby [Whitby 1848]
Gleanings in Nat. Hist in Knowsly. Ld Derby (Royal. Soc) many facts on breeding &c &c [J. E. Gray 1846-50]
Grabas. Ornith. Voyage to Feroe in German (read) [Graba 1830]
Gardner's Brazil in Geolog Soc. [Gardner 1846]
Lindley's Vegetable Kingdom. Hooker says very good for my purpose [Lindley 1846]
Sageret's — Pomologies Philosoph. read praised by Chevreul [Sageret 1830] [Chevreul 1846]
L. Deslongchamps Cerealia. not in Hort Soc. — [Loiseleur Deslongchamps 1842-3]
Phytologist must be read. Hooker, read [Phytologist]
Fortune's Travels in China read [Fortune 1847]
Lettres philosop. sur l'intelligence des animaux C. G. Leroy Paris 1802. (worth reading) read [Leroy 1802]
F. Cuvier. Article instinct. Dict. Science. Nat. read [Cuvier 1822]
Alphonse Decandolle in his "Introduction a l'étude Botanique (Suite a Buffon) has many Geographical aphorisms & laws consult. [de Candolle 1835]

Candolle, Alphonse de. 1835. Introduction à l'étude de la botanique; ou, traité élémentaire de cette science. 2 vols. (Suites à Buffon.) Paris.
Chevreul, Michel Eugène. 1846. Considérations générales sur le variations des individus qui composent les groupes appelés, en histoire naturelle, variétés, races, sous-espèces et espèces. Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Botanique) 3d ser. 6: 142-214.
Cuvier, Frédéric Georges. 1822. Instinct. In vol. 23, pp. 528-44, of Cuvier, Frédéric Georges, ed., Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles. 61 vols. Strasbourg and Paris. 1816-45.
Dandolo, Vicenzo. 1825. The art of rearing silk-worms. Translated from the Italian. London. [Darwin Library in CUL].
Duchesne, Antoine Nicolas. 1766. Histoire naturelle des fraisiers. 2 parts Paris.
Fortune, Robert. 1847. Three years' wanderings in the northern provinces of China, including a visit to the tea, silk, and cotton countries: with an account of the agriculture and horticulture of the Chinese. London.
Gardner, George. 1846. Travels in the interior of Brazil, principally through the northern provinces and the gold and diamond districts, 1838-41. London.
Graba, Karl Julian. 1830. Tagebuch, geführt auf einer Reise nach Färo in Jahre 1828. Hamburg and Kiel. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Gray, John Edward. 1846-50. Gleanings from the menagerie and aviary at Knowsley Hall. Accompanied by Lord Derby's notes. Knowsley. [Abstract in DAR205.3: 165.]
Leroy, Charles Georges. 1802. Lettres philosophiques sur l'intelligence et la perfectibilité des animaux, avec quelques lettres sur l'homme. Paris.
Lindley, John. 1846. The vegetable kingdom; or, the structure, classification, and uses of plants, illustrated upon the natural system. London. [Edition unknown]
Loiseleur Deslongchamps, Jean Louis Auguste. 1842-3. Considérations sur les céréales. Partie historique (1842) [Darwin Library in CUL]; Partie practique et expérimentale (1843). Paris: Bouchard-Huzard.
Phytologist: a popular botanical miscellany. Edited by G. Luxford and E. Newman. London. 1844-54. New series, edited by A. Irvine, 1855-. [Abstract in DAR73: 78-113]
Sageret, Augustin. 1830. Pomologie physiologique. 2 parts Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Whitby, Mary Anne Theresa. 1848. A manual for rearing silkworms in England: with a brief notice of the various species of this insect, and on the cultivation of the mulberry tree. London.

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Eyeres Travels very amusing [Eyre 1845]
Tschudi's Travels in Peru (translated) [von Tschudi 1847]
Gardners Travels in Brazil [Gardner 1846]
North's lives of Ld Guildford & the Norths. (Erasmus) read [North 1826]
Hebrew Monarchy [[Newman] 1847]
Berniers Travels [Bernier 1826]
Campbells Lives of Chancellors last vol. [Campbell 1845-7] Eras
Ludlows Memoirs [Ludlow 1698-9]
Memoirs of Plumer Ward by Hon Phipps [Phipps 1850]
Ld Harveys Memoirs [Hervey 1848]
Cuming Lion Hunter [Cumming 1850]
Sir C. Phillips Recollections of Curran (Brougham) [Phillips 1818]
Ermans Travels in Siberia (Boot) (read) [Erman 1848]
Bethunes lives (Boot) [Drinkwater 1833]
Leslie life of Constable. (Emma) (read) [Leslie 1843]
Mrs Fry's Life [Fry 1847]
Horace Walpoles letter to Ch of Ossory [Walpole 1848]
Lamb's Letters (read) [Lamb 1837]
Feuerbaches Trials [Feuerbach 1846]
Godwins Work & Life [Godwin 1835]
Brookes last Journal by Mundy [Mundy 1848]
Goldsmiths life by Forster [Forster 1848]
Mrs Somerville's Geography [Somerville 1848]
Trials Martineau (read) [Martineau 1821]
Letters of Ld Ward? [Ward 1840]

Bernier, François. 1826. Travels in the Mogul Empire A.D. 1666-1668. Translated by Irving Brock. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Campbell, John. 1845-7. The lives of the Lord Chancellors and keepers of the great seal of England from the earliest times till the reign of King George IV. 7 vols. London.
Cumming, Roualeyn George Gordon. 1850. Five years of a hunter's life in the far interior of South Africa. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
[Drinkwater, afterwards Bethune, John Elliot]. 1833. Lives of eminent persons, consisting of Galileo, Kepler, Newton etc. (Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.) London.
Erman, Georg Adolph. 1848. Travels in Siberia: including excursions northwards, down the Obi, to the Polar Circle, and southwards, to the Chinese frontier. Translated from the German by W. D. Cooley. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Feuerbach, Paul Johann Anselm von. 1846. Narrative of remarkable criminal trials. Translated from the German by Lady Duff Gordon. London.
Fry, Elizabeth. 1847. Memoirs of the life of Elizabeth Fry, with extracts from her journals and letters. Edited by two of her daughters. 2 vols. London.
Gardner, George. 1846. Travels in the interior of Brazil, principally through the northern provinces and the gold and diamond districts, 1838-41. London.
Godwin, William. 1835. Transfusion. By the late William Godwin, Junior. With a memoir of his life and writings by his father [William Godwin]. 3 vols. London.
Hervey, John. 1848. Memoirs of the reign of George the second. Edited by J. W. Croker. 2 vols. London.
Lamb, Charles. 1837. The letters of Charles Lamb, with a sketch of his life. By Thomas Noon Talfourd. 2 vols. London.
Leslie, Charles Robert. 1843. Memoirs of the life of John Constable, R.A., composed chiefly of his letters. London. [Edition unknown]
Ludlow, Edmund. 1698-9. Memoirs of E. Ludlow, Esq.; lieutenant general of the horse. 3 vols. Vivay. [Edition unknown]
Martineau, John. 1821. Remarks on a communication in the XXth no. of the Journal of Literature, Science and the Arts entitled 'Observations on the chemical part of the evidence, given upon the trial of the action brought by Messrs. Severn, King and Co. against the Imperial Insurance Company by S. Parkes.' By R. Phillips, P. Taylor, J. G. Children, J. Martineau Junr., J. Bostock, and I. Taylor. London.
Mundy, George Rodney. 1848. Narrative of events in Borneo and Celebes, down to the occupation of Labuan: from the journals of J. Brooke. Together with a narrative of the operations of H.M.S. Iris. 2 vols. London.
[Newman, Francis William]. 1847. A history of the Hebrew Monarchy, from the administration of Samuel to the Babylonish captivity. London.
North, Roger. 1826. The lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guildford, the Hon. Sir Dudley North, and the Hon. and Rev. Dr. John North. A new edition. 3 vols. London.
Phillips, Charles. 1818. Recollections of Curran and some of his cotemporaries. London. [Edition unknown]
Phipps, Edmund. 1850. Memoirs of the political and literary life of Robert Plumer Ward. 2 vols. London.
Somerville, Alexander. 1848. The autobiography of a working man, by one who has whistled at the plough. London.
Tschudi, Friedrich von. 1856. Sketches of nature in the Alps. Translated from the German. 2 parts London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR71: 66-7: 205.2: 124.]
Walpole, Horace. 1848. Letters addressed to the Countess of Ossory,from theyear 1765 to 1797 - Now first printed from original MSS. Edited by R. V. Smith. 2 vols. London.
Ward, John William, Earl of Dudley. 1840. Letters of the Earl of Dudley to the Bishop of Llandaff. London. [Edition unknown]

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Murchisons Russia (read) [Murchison, Verneuil, and Keyserling 1845]
Agassiz's Works
Comparative Osteology. Morphology of Vertebrate animals 54 folio Plates. Maclise 2.12.6. good for woodcuts. (Roy. Coll. of Surgeons) [Maclise 1847]
M.M Turpin & Poiteau Traité des arbres Fruitières (perhaps) [Duhamel du Monceau 1807]
"Ampelographie Universelle ou traité des Cépages Comte Odart 1849 read very good. [Odart 1849]
Rivers Catalogue of Roses [Rivers 1837]
Saunders Map-seller Charing Cross — sells Johnstons Maps  separately — Forbes is going to publish one. [Johnston 1848]
Gosse. Birds of Jamaica, recommended by Yarrel [Gosse 1847]
Griffith Indian Journal, strongly recommended by Hooker — [Griffith 1847]
Analysis &  theory of the Emotions by G. Ramsay B.M. 6. 6. Black Edin. Longman [Ramsay 1848]
St. John's Nat. Hist. of Sutherlanshire, Murray (read) [Saint-John 1849]
Knox. Ornithological Ramble in Sussex. 7. 6. J. Lubbock has& will lend me — [A. E. Knox 1849]
Pickering Races of Man. (has a good chapter). [Pickering 1850]
Wilkes Expedition. 3£ 3s order at L. Library, read [Wilkes 1845]
Botanical Soc. of Edinburgh Transactions [Transactions of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh]
Youatt on Pig [Youatt 1847].
Westminster Rev. Oct. 49. Article on Doubleday's Theory on Pop. praised by Daily News, by Mr Hicks Published separately Taylor & Walton [Hickson 1849]
Headed "Malthus" (read) [Hickson [1849]]
Morton's Crania Americana (Preface) Royal Soc. [Morton 1839]
Aspects of Nature Humboldt — (do) [von Humboldt 1849]
Journal of Hort Soc. must be read [Journal of the Horticultural Society of London]
D'archiac Vol 3. (old Series). Mem. Geolog. Soc. Paris   Studies on Chalk F. of France [Archiac 1846]. —
Gresly Mem. of Helvetic Soc. of Neuchatel on Jura. 1846, or 7, or 8. Morris. good for me. — [Gresly ???]

Archiac, Etienne Jules Adolphe Desmier de Saint-Simon, Viscount d'. 1846. Études sur la formation crétacée des versants sud-ouest et nord-ouest du plateau central de la France. Mémoires de la Société Géologique de France 2:1-150.
Duhamel du Monceau, Henri Louis. 1807. Traité des arbres fruitiers. Nouvelle édition augmentée d'un grand nombre de fruits, les uns échappés aux recherches de Duhamel, les autres obtenus depuis des progrès de la culture, par A. Poiteau et P. Turpin. 2 vols. Paris. [Edition unknown]
Grey, George. 1841. Journals of two expeditions of discovery in north-west and western Australia, during the years 1837, 38, and 39, under the authority of Her Majesty's government. 2 vols. London.
Griffith, William. 1847. Journals of travels in Assam, Burma, Boston, Afghanistan, and the neighbouring countries. In Posthumous papers bequeathed to the East Indian Company. By William Griffith. Arranged by John M'Clelland. Calcutta.
Hickson, William Edward. [1849]. Malthus. An essay on the principle of population in refutation of the theory of the Rev. T. R. Malthus. London.
Hickson, William Edward. 1849. Review of Thomas Robert Malthus, An essay on the principles ofpopulation; John Stuart Mill, Principles of political economy; Thomas Doubleday, The true law of population etc. Westminster Review 52: 133-201.
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1849. Aspects of nature, in different lands and different climates; with scientific elucidations. Translated by Elizabeth Juliana Sabine. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 35-6.]
Johnston, Alexander Keith. 1848. The physical atlas, a series of maps & and notes illustrating the geographical distribution of natural phenomena. Edinburgh.
Journal of the Horticultural Society of London. London. 1846-55. [Vols. 2 and 5 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR74: 137-51.]
Knox, A. E. 1849. Ornithological rambles in Sussex; with a systematic catalogue of the birds of that county, and remarks on their local distributions. London. [Edition unknown]
Maclise, Joseph. 1847. Comparative osteology: being morphological studies to demonstrate the archetype skeleton of vertebrated animals. London.
Morton, Samuel George. 1839. Crania Americana; or, a comparative view of the skulls of various aboriginal nations of North and South America. Philadelphia.
Murchison, Roderick Impey, Verneuil, Edouard de, and Keyserling, Alexander von. 1845. The geology of Russia in Europe and the Ural mountains. 2 vols. London and Paris. [Abstract in DAR71: 180-91.]
Odart, Alexandre Pierre, Comte. 1849. Ampélographie universelle, ou traité des cépages les plus estimés dans tous les vignobles de quelque renom. 2d ed. Paris.
Pickering, Charles. 1850. The races of man: and their geographical distribution. New ed. (Bohn's Illustrated Library.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Ramsay, George. 1848. Analysis and theory of the emotions, with dissertations on beauty, sublimity and the ludicrous. Edinburgh.
Rivers, Thomas. 1837. The rose amateur's guide; containing ample descriptions of all the fine leading varieties of roses. London. [Edition unknown]
Transactions of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh. Edinburgh. 1844-.
Wilkes, Charles. 1845. Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition during the years 1838,1839, 1840, 1841, 1842. 5 vols. Philadelphia. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 37.]
Youatt, William. 1847. The pig: a treatise on the breeds, management, feeding, and medical treatment of swine. London. [2d ed. (1860) in Darwin Library in CUL]

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Prescotts Peru [Prescott 1847]
Sleemans Travels to Khiva. Residence in India [Sleeman 1844]
Ld Cloncurry Memm Lady Lyell [Lawless 1849]
Sir J Heads Forest scenes in Canada [Head 1829]
Grotes History of Greece [Grote 1846-56]
Napiers Hist. of Peninsular War [Napier 1828-40]
Campbell's Chief Justices [Campbell 1849-57]
Tocquevilles Democracy [Tocqueville 1835-40]
Fellow's Lycia (ist Travels) [Fellows 1839]
Catherine Life of Collins R.A. [Collins 1848]
Phases of Faith [Newman 1850]
Burnetts Hist. of own time [Burnet 1724-34]
Sidney Smith Lectures [Plymley 1808]
Sleemans Residence in India [Sleeman 1844]
Curiosities of Literature [D'Israeli 1791] — Quarells [D'Israeli 1814] & Calamities of Authors [D'Israeli 1812] — Essays on the Literary Character by D'Israeli [D'Israeli 1795].
Miss Martineau Travels in N. America [Martineau 1838b]
Burtons Life of David Hume [Burton 1846] Society in America.
Miss Martineau [Martineau 1837]
Layards Babylon [Layard 1853]
Vol. V of Campbells Chancellors [Campbell 1845-7]
Lives of the Lindsays [Lindsay 1849]
Dr Harvey's Sea Side Book. Van Voorst [Harvey 1849]
Southeys autobiography [?Southey 1849-50]
Curzon's Monasteries of the East [Curzon 1849]
Humboldts Letters [von Humboldt 1849] Eliza has good Edition
Catlins Indians [Catlin 1841]
Edwardes. Voyage up Amazon [Edwards 1847]. —
Cunningham Life of Wilkie [Cunningham 1843]

Burnet, Gilbert. 1724-34. Bishop Burnet's history of his own time. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Burton, John Hill. 1846. Life and correspondence of David Hume. 2 vols. Edinburgh.
Campbell, John. 1845 - 7. The lives of the Lord Chancellors and keepers of the great seal of England from the earliest times till the reign of King George IV. 7 vols. London.
Campbell, John. 1849-57. The lives of the Chief Justices of England. 3 vols. London.
Catlin, George. 1841. Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and condition of the North American Indians. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Collins, William Wilkie. 1848. Memoirs of the life of William Collins, Esq., R.A. 2 vols. London.
Cunningham, Allan. 1843. The life of Sir David Wilkie; with his journals, tours, and critical remarks on works of art. [Edited by Peter Cunningham.] 3 vols. London.
Curzon, Robert. 1849. Visits to monasteries in the Levant. London.
D'Israeli, Isaac. 1791. Curiosities of literature. Consisting of anecdotes, characters, sketches, and dissertations, literary, critical, and historical. London. [Edition unknown]
D'Israeli, Isaac. 1795. An essay on the manners and genius of the literary character. London. [Edition unknown]
D'Israeli, Isaac. 1812. Calamities of authors; including some inquiries respecting their moral and literary characters. 2 vols. London.
D'Israeli, Isaac. 1814. Quarrels of authors; or, some memoirs for our literary history. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Ekmarck, Carl Daniel. 1781. On the migration of birds. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academics. London.
Grote, George. 1846-56. A history of Greece. 12 vols. London.
Harvey, William Henry. 1849. The sea-side book; being an introduction to the natural history of the British coasts. New ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Head, George. 1829. Forest scenes and incidents in the wilds of North America; being a diary of a winter's route from Halifax to the Canadas, and during four months residence in the woods on the borders of Lakes Huron and Simcoe. London. [Edition unknown]
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1849. Aspects of nature, in different lands and different climates; with scientific elucidations. Translated by Elizabeth Juliana Sabine. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 35-6.]
Lawless, Valentine Browne. 1849. Personal recollections of the life and times of Valentine, Lord Cloncurry. Dublin.
Layard, Austen Henry. 1853. Discoveries in the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon; with travels in Armenia, Kurdistan and the desert: being the result of a second expedition undertaken for the Trustees of the British Museum. London.
Lindsay, Alexander William Crawford. 1849. Lives of the Lindsays; or, a memoir of the houses of Crawford and Balcarres. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Martineau, Harriet. 1838a. How to observe. Morals and manners. London.
Martineau, Harriet. 1838b. Retrospect of Western travel. 3 vols. London.
Napier, William Francis Patrick. 1828-40. History of the war in the Peninsula and in the south of France, from 1807 to 1814. 6 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
[Newman, Francis William]. 1850. Phases of faith; or, passages from the history of my creed. London.
Plymley, Peter, pseud. (Sydney Smith). 1808. Letters on the subject of the Catholics, to my brother Abraham, who lives in the country. London. [Edition unknown]
Prescott, William Hickling. 1847. History of the conquest of Peru, with a preliminary view of the civilization of the Incas. 2 vols. London.
Sleeman, William Henry. 1844. Rambles and recollections of an Indian official. 2 vols. London.
Southey, Charles Cuthbert. 1849-50. The life and correspondence of Robert Southey. 6 vols. London.
Tocqueville, Charles Alexis Henri Maurice, Clérel de. 1835-40. Democracy in America. Translated by Henry Reeve. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

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Whitehead on the Transmission from Parent to offspring of some Forms of Disease. 1851 [Whitehead 1851].
Packard. A Guide to the Study of Insects 1868. U. States (an excellent large Book) [Packard 1868-9]

Packard, Alpheus Spring. 1868-9. Guide to the study of insects. 10 parts Salem, Mass. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Whitehead, James. 1851. On the transmission, from parent offspring, of some forms of disease, and of morbid taints and tendencies. London and Manchester.

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Miss Fennimore Cooper. N. American Rural Scenes in N.A [Cooper 1850]
G. Cummings South African Huntsmans life [Cumming 1850]
Edwards Voyage up Amazon [Edwards 1847] Home Library
Ld Ellsmere Siege of Vienna [Schimmer 1847]
Life of Ld Clive, by Malcolm [Malcolm 1836]
H. Dixon Life of Pen [Dixon 1851]. —
Southeys  Life of Wesley [Southey 1820]. — The  Doctor [Southey 1834-47]
The Book of the Church  [Southey 1824].  History of Brazil [Southey 1810-19].
Aspects of Nature. Humboldt [von Humboldt 1849].
Liebigs Lectures on Chemistry [Liebig 1851].
Sir John Davies. China during the War and Peace. read [Davis 1852]

Cooper, Susan Augusta Fenimore. 1850. Rural hours. 2 vols. London.
Cumming, Roualeyn George Gordon. 1850. Five years of a hunter's life in the far interior of South Africa. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Davis, John Francis. 1852. China, during war and since the peace. 2 vols. London.
Dixon, Edmund Saul. 1851. The dovecot and the aviary: being sketches of the natural history of pigeons and other domestic birds in a captive state, with hints for their management. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Ekmarck, Carl Daniel. 1781. On the migration of birds. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academiae. London.
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1849. Aspects of nature, in different lands and different climates; with scientific elucidations. Translated by Elizabeth Juliana Sabine. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 35-6.]
Liebig, Justus von. 1851. Familiar letters on chemistry. 3d ed., revised and much enlarged. Edited by W. Gregory. London.
Malcolm, John. 1836. The life of Robert, Lord Clive: collected from the family papers communicated by the Earl of Powis. 3 vols. London.
Schimmer, Karl August. 1847. The sieges of Vienna by the Turks. Translated from the German by Francis Leveson Gower [afterwards Egerton, Earl of Ellesmere]. (Murray's Home and Colonial Library.) London.
Southey, Robert. 1810-19. The history of Brazil. 3 parts London. [Edition unknown]
Southey, Robert. 1820. The life of Wesley; and the rise and progress of Methodism. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Southey, Robert. 1834-47. The doctor. 7 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

 

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[back cover]

Books to be Read

All Catalogued in Alphabetical order

[inside back cover]

Nov. 42.
Most important books & [mo]st periodicals, Sundery Journal & Transy —

Linnean & Wernerian Transacts — [Transactions of the Linnean Society of London and Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society]
Ed. New Phil Jour [Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal]
Mem: du Museum [Mémoires du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle]
Loudon Arboretum [Loudon 1838]
Lists at end of Royal Soc [Royal Society of London 1839]
(List from Müller & Bronn [Müller 1837-42 and Bronn 1842-3] in this Book)
Royle Himmalaya [Royle 1839]

Bronn, Heinrich Georg. 1842-3. Handbuch einer Geschichte der Natur. 2 vols. Stuttgart. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR91: 73.]
Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, exhibiting a view of the progressive improvements, &c. in the sciences, &c. Edited by R. Jameson. Edinburgh. 1826-54. New series, 1855 [Vols. 24-43 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Loudon, John Claudius. 1838. Arboretum et Fructicetum Britannicum; or the trees and shrubs of Britain, native and foreign, delineated and described. 8 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 89-94.]
Mémoires du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris. 1815-32. [Abstract in DAR73: 19.]
Müller, Johannes. 1837-42. Elements of physiology. Translated by William Baly. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Royal Society of London. 1839. Catalogue of the scientific books in the library of the Royal Society. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Royle, John Forbes. 1839. Illustrations of the botany and other branches of the natural history of the Himalayan mountains, and of the flora of Cashmere. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 20-5.]
Transactions of the Linnean Society of London. London. 1791- [Vol. 21 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR75: 46-8; 205.5: 64-85; 205.10: 44-55.]

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Edig. New Phil. Journ. — 1849. Jan.
Marten on Transportal of seeds by Birds [Martins 1849]

Martins, Charles. 1849. On the vegetable colonisation of the British Islands, Shetland, Feroe, and Iceland. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 46: 40-52.

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{N.B. These books have been read since I thought of my transmutation theory}

Mackenzie's Iceland [Mackenzie 1811]
Molina's Iceland Chile [Molina 1788-95]
Falkner's Patagonia [Falkner 1774]
Azara's Voyage [Azara 1809] & Quadrupeds of Paraguay [Azara 1801]
Dobrizhoffer's Abipones [Dobrizhoffer 1822]
Edinburgh  New  Philosoph. Journ. [Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal] 13 numbers have been read
Voyage à l'isle de France [[Saint Pierre] 1773]
Voyage de l'Astrolabe partie Zoolog. [Quoy and Gaimard 1830-4]
Pernety voyage à l'ile Malouines [Pernety 1769]
Zoolog. Journal [Zoological Journal] 5 Vols.
Voyage de la Coquille [Duperrey 1825-30]
Zoolog. Trans : up to parts published March 1838 [Transactions of the Zoological Society of London]
Whole of Geographical Journal [Journal of the Royal Geographical Society]
Asiatic Journ. of London to end of 1837 — {contains very little} [Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society]
Macleay's letter to Dr Fleming [Macleay 1830]
Review of D° in Quarterly [[Fleming] 1829]
Sir J. Sebright's Pamphlets —  {not abstracted} [Sebright 1809 and 1836]
Wilkinson on cattle [Wilkinson 1820]

Azara, Félix d'. 1801. Essais sur l'histoire naturelle des quadrupeds de la province du Paraguay. 2 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Azara, Félix d'. 1809. Voyages dans l'Amérique méridionale contenant la description géographique, politique et civile du Paraguay et de la rivière de La Plata. [Edited by C. A. Wolckenaer and with notes on the birds of Paraguay by Georges Cuvier.] 4 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Dobrizhoffer, Martin us. 1822. An account of the Abipones, an equestrian people of Paraguay. Translated from Latin [by Sara Coleridge]. 3 vols. London.
Duperrey, Louis Isidore. 1825-30. Voyage autour du monde, exécuté par ordre du Roi, sur la corvette de Sa Majesté, La Coquille, pendant les années 1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825. 7 vols. Paris. [Abstract in DAR205.3: 55-7.]
Falkner, Thomas. 1774. A description of Patagonia, and the adjoining parts of South America; containing an account of the soil, produce, etc. of those countries. Hereford.
Fleming, John. 1829. On systems and methods in natural history, by J. E. Bicheno, Esq. Quarterly Review 41: 302-27.
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. London. 1834-.
Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. London. 1832-. [Vols. 1-15, 17-24 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Mackenzie, George Stewart. 1811. Travels in the island of Iceland, during the summer of the year 1810. Edinburgh.
Macleay, William Sharp. 1830. On the dying struggle of the dichotomous sytem. In a letter to N. A. Vigors. Philosophical Magazine, or Annals of Chemistry 7: 431-45.
Molina, Juan Ignacio. 1788-95. Compendia de la historia geografica, natural y civil del reyno de Chile. Translated into Spanish by Domingo Joseph. 2 vols. Madrid. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Pernety, Antoine Joseph. 1769. Journal historique d'un voyage fait aux Iles Malouines en 1762-64. 2 vols. Berlin. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Quoy, Jean René Constant and Gaimard, Joseph Paul. 1830-4. Zoologie. 4 vols, in Dumont d'Urville, Jules Sébastien César, Voyage de la corvette L'Astrolabe. 12 vols. Paris. 1830-5.
[Saint Pierre, Jacques Henri Bernadin de]. 1773. Voyage à I'Isle de France, à I'Isle de Bourbon. 2 vols. Neuchâtel. [Edition unknown]
Sebright, John Saunders. 1809. The art of improving the breeds of domestic animals. In a letter addressed to the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks. London. [Darwin Pamphlet Collection in CUL.]
Sebright, John Saunders. 1836. Observations upon the instinct of animals. London. [Darwin Pamphlet Collection in CUL.]
Transactions of the Zoological Society of London. London. 1835-.
Wilkinson, John. 1820. Remarks on the improvement of cattle, &c. in a letter to Sir John Saunders Sebright, Bart. M.D. 3d ed. Nottingham. [Darwin Pamphlet Collection in CUL.]
Zoological Journal. Edited by Thomas Bell. London. 1825-34.

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Scientific Memoirs pub. by Taylor [Scientific Memoirs]
Mag. of Zoology & Botany & continuation
Annals of Natural History [Magazine of Zoology and Botany and Annals of Natural History]
Von Buch's Travels — {skimmed} [Buch 1813]
White's Nat. Hist, of Selbourne {— Reference at end} [G. White 1789]
Dr Lang's Australia — {Trash skimmed} [Lang 1834]
Macleay's Hora Entomologica [Macleay 1819-21]
Ray's Wisdom of God — {Reference at end} [Ray 1692]
British Aviary — {do do} [Anon. [1838?]]
Lister's Husbandry — {re-read Appendix} [Lisle 1757]
Ovington's Voy. to Surinam [Ovington 1696]
Congo Expedition Zaire [Tuckey 1818] {— except Browne's Appendix [Brown 1818] excellent table of Canary island Plants}
Home's Hist, of Man [[Home] 1774]
Trans. of Entomological Soc. — {Vol 1 & Ist No of Vol 2. (read remainder when out} [Transactions of the Entomological Society of London]
Lisianky's Voyage round world 1803-6 {— nothing} [Lisyansky 1814]
Lyell's Elements of Geology [Lyell 1838]
Gibbon's Life of himself [Gibbon 1827]
Hume's life of himself [Hume 1777] with corres: with Rousseau [Hume 1766]
Miss Martineau's How to observe [Martineau 1838a]
Mayo Philosophy of Art of Living [Mayo 1837]

Anon. [1838?]. The British aviary, and bird breeder's companion; containing copious directions for propagating the breed of canaries: also goldfinch and linnet mules. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Brown, Robert. 1818. Observations, systematical and geographical, on Professor Christian Smith's collection of plants from the vicinity of the river Congo. Appendix 5 of Tuckey, James Kingston, Narrative of an expedition to explore the river Zaire. London. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 46-9.]
Buch, Christian Leopold von. 1813. Travels through Norway and Lapland. Translated by John Black. With notes by Robert Jameson. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Gibbon, Edward. 1827. Memoirs of the life and writings of Edward Gibbon, composed by himself, and illustrated by and from his letters and journals with occasional notes and narrative by the Right Honourable John Lord Sheffield. 2 vols. In Autobiography. A collection of the most instructive and amusing lives. 34 vols. London. 1826-33. [Edition unknown]
[Home, Henry, Lord Kames]. 1774. Sketches of the history of man. 2 vols. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Hume, David. 1766. A concise and genuine account of the dispute between Mr Hume and Mr Rousseau: with the letters that passed between them during their last controversy. Translated from the French. London.
Hume, David. 1777. The life of David Hume, Esq. written by himself. London. [Edition unknown]
Lang, John Dunmore. 1834. An historical and statistical account of New South Wales. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Lisle, Edward. 1757. Observations in husbandry. [Edited by Thomas Lisle.] London. [2d ed. (1757) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Lisyansky, Yury Fedorovich. 1814. A voyage round the world, in the years 1803, 1804, 1805, & 1806, performed by order of his Majesty Alexander the First in the ship Neva. London.
Lyell, Charles. 1838. Elements of geology. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Macleay, William Sharp. 1819-21. Hora entomologica; or, essays on the annulose animals. Vol. 1, parts 1 and 2 (no more published). London. [Abstract in DAR71:
Magazine of Zoology and Botany. Edited by W. Jardine, P. J. Selby, and G. Johnston. Edinburgh. 1837-8. [Vols. 1-2 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Martineau, Harriet. 1838a. How to observe. Morals and manners. London.
Mayo, Herbert. 1837. The philosophy of living. London. [Abstract in DAR91: 6.]
Ovington, John. 1696. A voyage to Suratt, in the year 1689: giving a large account of that city and its inhabitants, and of the English factory there. Likewise a description of Madeira, St. Jago. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Ray, John. 1692. The wisdom of God manifested in the works of the creation. 2d ed. 2 parts London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Scientific Memoirs, selected from the transactions of foreign academies and learned societies and from foreign journals. Edited by R. Taylor, J. Tyndall, and W. Francis. London. 1837-52.
Transactions of the Entomological Society of London. London. 1836-49. New series, 1850-. [Vols. 2-5, n.s. 1-5 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR75: 155.]
Tuckey, James Kingston [Hingston]. 1818. Narrative of an expedition to explore the river Zaire, usually called the Congo, in South Africa, in 1816. London.
White, Gilbert. 1789. The natural history and antiquities of Selborne, in the county of Southampton. London. [New ed. (1825) in Darwin Library in CUL]

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several of W. S. Landors Imaginary Conversations {— very poor} [Landor 1824-9]
Sir J Browne's Religio Medici [Browne 1643]
Lyell's Book III 5th Edit — {There are many marginal notes} [Lyell 1837]
Mitchells Australia [Mitchell 1838]
Walter Scott's life 1st 2nd & 7th vols. [Lockhart 1837-8]
Abercrombie on the Intellectual Powers {References at end} [Abercrombie 1838]
Hunters animal economy edited by Owen [Hunter 1837], read several papers all that bear on any of my subjects
Ehe de Beaumont's 2 vol of memoirs on Geology of France [Dufrénoy and Ehe de Beaumont 1830-8] & C Prévost on l'Ile Julie [Prévost 1835].
1838
Oct 2       
Watertons Essays on Nat. History [Waterton 1838]
do    
Trans. of Royal Irish Academy  [Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy]
Oct 3
Lavater's Phisiognomy [Lavater 1806-7]
Malthus on Population [Malthus 1826]
Oct 12th  
W. Earle's Eastern Seas [Earl 1837].
12th
Sir S. Stauntons Embassy to China [Staunton 1797]
Kotzebue's two voyages — {skimmed well} [Kotzebue 1821 and 1830]
Lutke's voyage — {carefully read} [Lütke 1835-6]
Reynold's Discourses [Reynolds 1778]

Abercrombie, John. 1838. Inquiries concerning the intellectual powers and the investigation of truth. 8th ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Browne, Thomas. 1643. Religio Medici. London. [Edition unknown]
Dufrénoy, Ours Pierre Armand Petit and Elie de Beaumont, Jean Baptiste Armand Louis Léonce. 1830-8. Mémoires pour servir à une description géologique de la France. 4 vols. Paris. [Vols. 3 and 4 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Earl, George Windsor. 1837. The Eastern Seas; or, voyages and adventures in the Indian Archipelago, in 1832, 1833, 1834. London.
Hunter, John. 1837. Observations on certain parts of the animal œconomy with notes by Richard Owen. Vol. 4 of The works of John Hunter, F.R.S. with notes. Edited by James F. Palmer. 4 vols. London. 1835-7.
Kotzebue, Otto von. 1821. Entdeckungs-Reise in die Süd-See und nach der Berings-Strasse zur Erforschung einer nordöstlichen Durchfahrt. Unternommen in den Jahren 1815, 1816, 1817 und 1818. 3 vols. Weimar.
Kotzebue, Otto von. 1830. Neue Reise um die Welt, in den Jahren 1823-1826. 2 vols. Weimar.
Landor, Walter Savage 1824-9. Imaginary conversations of literary men and statesmen. 5 vols. London.
Lavater, [Johann Caspar]. 1806-7. L'art de connaître les hommes par la physionomie. 10 vols. Paris. [2d ed. (1820) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Lockhart, John Gibson. 1837-8. Memoirs of the life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 7 vols. Edinburgh and London.
Lyell, Charles. 1837. Principles of geology: being an inquiry how far the former changes of the earth's surface are referable to causes now in operation. 5th ed. 4 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Malthus, Thomas Robert. 1826. An essay on the principle of population. 6th ed. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Mitchell, Thomas Livingstone. 1838. Three expeditions into the interior of eastern Australia. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Prévost, Constant. 1835. Notes sur l'îsle Julia, pour servir à l'histoire de la formation des montagnes volcaniques. Mémoires de la Société Géologique de France 2: 91-124.
Reynolds, Joshua. 1778. Seven discourses delivered in the Royal Academy by the president. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR91: 10-11.]
Staunton, George Leonard. 1797. An authentic account of an embassy from the King of Great Britian to the Emperor of China. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR91: 12.]
Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy. Dublin. 1787-.
Waterton, Charles. 1838. Essays on natural history, chiefly ornithology. 2d ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]

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Lessings Laocoon [Lessing 1836]
Whewell inductive History {References at end} [Whewell 1837]
Herschel's Introd to Nat. Philosophy {do 2d time of Reading} [Herschel 1831]
R. W. Darwin's Botany. — {References at end} [[Darwin] 1787].
Mayo Pathology of Human mind [T. Mayo 1838]
Evelyn's Sylva — {skimmed stupid} [Evelyn 1664]
Browne's travel's in Africa — {well skimmed} [Browne 1799]
1839    
Jan 10
All life of W. Scott except 5th vol. [Lockhart 1837-8]
19
Mungo Parks travels [Park 1799]
Feb 12
Sir H. Davy consolations in travel [Davy 1830]
Observations on morals Eugenius [Eugenius 1838]
14
Boswell's life of Johnsons 4 vols [Boswell 1831]
25
Phillips Geology [Phillips 1837-9] Lardners 2nd vol
March 16
Gardner's Music of nature [Gardiner 1832]
Life of Haydn & Mozart [Beyle 1817]
Herbert on Hybrid mixture — {marginal notes} [Herbert 1837]
20th
Carlyles French Revolution 3 vols [Carlyle 1837] 26     
26
Blumenbach's Essay on generation Eng. Tr. — [Blumenbach 1792]
Rev. A. Wells Lectures on Instinct [Wells 1834]
Cline on the breeding of animals [Cline 1829]
Spallanzani's Essay on Animal reproduction [Spallanzani 1769]
Zoonomia. 1st Volume Darwin {References at end} — [Darwin 1794-6]

Beyle, Marie Henri. 1817. The life of Haydn. Followed by the life of Mozart, with observations on Metastasio and on the present state of music in France and Italy. Translated from the French. London. [Edition unknown]
Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich. 1792. An essay on generation. Translated from the German [by Alexander Crichton]. London.
Boswell, James. 1831. The life of Samuel Johnson. Including a journal of a tour to the Hebrides. A new edition, greatly enlarged, by John Wilson Croker. 5 vols. London.
Browne, William George. 1799. Travels in Africa, Egypt and Syria. London.
Carlyle, Thomas. 1837. The French revolution: a history. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Cline, Henry. 1829. Observations on the breeding and form of domestic animals. London.
Darwin, Erasmus. 1794-6. Zoonomia; or, the laws of organic life. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
[Darwin, Robert Waring]. 1787. Principia Botanica; or, a concise and easy introduction to the sexual botany of Linnaeus. n.p.
Davy, Humphry. 1830. Consolations in travel; or, the last days of a philosopher. Edited by John Davy. London. [Edition unknown]
Eugenius, pseud. (Isabella M. Herries). 1838. Observations on the foundation of morals; suggested by Professor Whewell's sermons on the same subject. London.
Evelyn, John. 1664. Sylva, or a discourse of forest-trees, and the propagation of timber. To which is annexed Pomona; or, an appendix concerning fruit-trees in relation to cider. Also Kalendarium hortense; or, gard'ners almanac. 3 parts London. [Edition unknown]
Gardiner, William. 1832. The music of nature; or, an attempt to prove that what is passionate and pleasing in the art of singing, speaking, and performing upon musical instruments, is derived from the sounds of the animated world. London.
Herbert, William. 1837. Amaryllidacea; preceded by an attempt to arrange the Monocotyledonous orders, and followed by a treatise on cross-bred vegetables, and supplement. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR116.]
Herschel, John Frederick William. 1831. A preliminary discourse on the study of natural philosophy. (Dionysius Lardner's Cabinet cyclopadia.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL] [1840 edn available on Darwin Online]
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim. 1836. Laocoon; or, the limits of poetry and painting. Translated by William Ross. London. [Abstract in DAR91: 22-4.]
Lockhart, John Gibson. 1837-8. Memoirs of the life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 7 vols. Edinburgh and London.
Mayo, Thomas. 1838. Elements of the pathology of the human mind. London. [Abstract in DAR91: 17.]
Park, Mungo. 1799. Travels in the interior districts of Africa: performed under the direction and patronage of the African Association, in the years 1795, 1796 and 1797, with an appendix, containing geographical illustrations of Africa by Major Rennell. London.
Phillips, John. 1837-9. A treatise on geology. 2 vols. (Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopaedia.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Spallanzani, Lazzaro. 1769. An essay on animal reproductions. Translated from the Italian [by M. Maty]. London.
Wells, Algernon. 1834. On animal instinct. Colchester.
Whewell, William. 1837. History of the inductive sciences, from the earliest to the present time. 3 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]

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Mar 26     
Treatise on Domestic Pigeons [[Moore] 1765]
Ap 5       
Dr Edwards on Influence of causes — {well skimmed} [Edwards 1832]
25     
Lockhart's life of Napoleon [[Lockhart] 1829]
Bartram's travels in N. America [Bartram 1791]
May 18     
Stanley Familiar Hist, of Birds [Stanley 1835]
Mackintosh's Ethical Philosophy [Mackintosh 1836]
Bell on the Hand [C. Bell 1833]
Wilkinson's Egyptian remains {Well skimmed} [?Wilkinson 1837-41]
Pliny's Nat. Hist of world {Well skimmed} [Pliny 1601]
Lamarck II Vol Philos. Zoology — {references at end of each Chap.} [Lamarck 1809]
June 1.    
King & FitzRoy's Voyages [King 1839 and FitzRoy 1839]
June 25.    
Cowpers Life & several volumes of letters [Hayley ed. 1809]
30th  
Notices on the East Indian Archipelago. {— Skimmed.} [Moor 1837]. {Coral & Transmut. theory}
Walker on intermarriage — {List of references at end & remarks on his theory: classification of hermaphroditism — good} [Walker 1838]
{letters of Mr Knight}
July 8th    
M.S. Voyage of Kolff to the Molucca Sea [Kolff 1840]
10th
Surville-Marion [Crozet 1783].
Fanning [Fanning 1833],
Dixon. {Voyages   skimmed. Coral Theory} [Dixon ed. 1789]
12th 
Dampier 1st Volume {do. & transmut.} — [Dampier 1697]
19th
Journal of Asiatic Soc of Bengal , from the 1st Volume to October 1838 — {not much: scarcely worth looking at other numbers}  [Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal] 
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Owen & Botelers Africa {well skimmed} [Owen 1833 and Boteler 1835]
Gleanings of Science, being first part of Asiatic Journal [Gleanings in Science]

Bartram, William. 1791. Travels through North and South Carolina, Georgia, east and west Florida. Philadelphia.
Bell, Charles. 1833. The hand. Its mechanism and vital endowments as evincing design. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 4.) London. [9th ed. (1874) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Boteler, Thomas. 1835. Narrative of a voyage of discovery to Africa and Arabia, performed in His Majesty's Ships Leven and Barracouta, from 1821 to 1826. Under the command of Capt. W. F. Owen. 2 vols. London.
Crozet, Julien. 1783. Nouveau voyage à la mer du sud, commencé sous les ordres de M. [Nicolas Thomas] Marion [du Fresne] Cette relation a été rédigée d'après les plans et journaux de M. Crozet. On a joint à ce voyage un extrait de celui de M. de Surville dans les mêmes parages. Paris.
Dampier, William. 1697. A new voyage round the world. Describing particularly, the Isthmus of America, several coasts and islands in the West Indies, the Isles of Cape Verd, the passage by Terra del Fuego, the south sea coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico. London. [Edition unknown]
Dixon, George, ed. 1789. A voyage round the world; but more particularly to the north-west coast of America: performed in 1785, 1786, 1787, and 1788. London.
Edwards, William Frédéric. 1832. On the influence of physical agents on life. Translated from the French by Dr. Hodgkin and Dr. Fisher. London.
Fanning, Edmund. 1833. Voyages round the world: with sketches of voyages to the South Seas, North and South Pacific Oceans, China, etc. New York.
FitzRoy, Robert. 1839. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's Ships 'Adventure' and'Beagle' between the years 1826 and 1836. Edited by Robert FitzRoy. 3 vols, and appendix. (Vol. 2 and appendix: Proceedings of the second expedition, 1831-6, under the command of Captain Robert Fitz-Roy.) London.
Gleanings in Science. London. 1829-31.
Hayley, William, ed. 1809. The life and letters of [William] Cowper. 4 vols. London.
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. Calcutta and London. 1832-. [Abstract in DAR74: 175-6.]
King, Phillip Parker. 1839. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's Ships 'Adventure' and 'Beagle' between the years 1826 and 1836. Edited by Robert FitzRoy. 3 vols, and appendix. (Vol. 1: Proceedings of the first expedition, 1826-30, under the command of Captain P. Parker King.) London.
Kolff, D. H. 1840. Voyages of the Dutch brig of war Dourga. London.
Lamarck, Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de. 1809. Philosophie zoologique; ou, exposition des considérations relatives à l'histoire naturelle des animaux. 2 vols. Paris. [2d ed. (1830) in Darwin Library in CUL]
[Lockhart, John Gibson]. 1829. The history of Napoleon Buonaparte. 2 vols. London.
[Mackintosh, James]. 1836. Dissertation on the progress of ethical philsophy, chiefly during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 2d ed., with a preface by William Whewell. Edinburgh. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR91: 42-55.]
Moor, J. H. 1837. Notices of the Indian archipelago, and adjacent countries. Part 1. Singapore.
[Moore, John]. 1765. A treatise on domestic pigeons. London.
Owen, Richard. 1839. Entozoa. In vol. 2, pp. 111-44, of Todd, Robert Bentley, The cyclopedia of anatomy and physiology. 5 vols. London. 1836-59.
Pliny [Plinius Secundus, Caius]. 1601. The historié of the world, commonly called the Naturall Historie of C. Plinius Secundus. Translated by Philemon Holland. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Stanley, Edward. 1835. A Familiar History of Birds, vol. 2. London
Walker, Alexander. 1838. Intermarriage; or the mode in which, and the causes why, beauty, health, and intellect result from certain unions, and deformity, disease and insanity from others. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Wilkinson, John Gardner. 1837-41. Manners and customs of the ancient Egyptians. 6 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

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Aug. 22.
Finished Horticultural Transactions [Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London] from Vol I to Vol VII. part III or p 433. {N.B. I think the three first of Hort T. volumes possibly might be reread with advantage, as I do not think I was quite aware of the many points of importance. — The list of books given the Soc at end of volumes most valuable record of work, which would be serviceable to me. —}
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Annals of Natural History as far as. p. 488 of 1839 or (Part. XIII) forming end of Vol II: perhaps worth reading on. [Annals of Natural History]
Sept. 25th
Prichard. Physical Researches  [Prichard  1836-47]. Volumes II with references at end of volumes. — & notes on Pop = many books referred to =
Sep 29th
Humes dialogues [Hume 1779] & Nat. Hist of Religion [Hume 1757]
Swainson Geograph. Distrib of Animals {I see Swainsons Book has notes at commencement. —} [Swainson  1835] 
Octob 14th
Baily Essays on Truth. &c &c {There is a discussion on cause & effect here I believe worthless —} [Bailey 1829]
22.
Vol. I. of Carlyles Miscellaneous Works & several reviews [Carlyle 1838-9]
Nov 8th
Murchison Silurian System — {References at end —}  [Murchison  1839].
Smith off Jordan Hill. Pamphlet [Smith 1838]. Last changes of level {— do to facts showing gentle transition of formst oscillation of climate = mammals in Scotland with reference to a paper on the extinct Beavers} [Neill 1821]
Decemb.
Several more of Carlyles Essays [Carlyle 1838-9]
Skimmed Ordinaire on Volcanos [Ordinaire 1802].
— Nautical Magazine to end of 1838 [Nautical Magazine].
Youatt on the Horse Library of Useful K.[Youatt 1831]
1840
Jan 1
Many numbers of Edinburg Phil. Journal. & L'Institut for 1839 [Edinburgh Philosophical Journal and L'Institut]
16th  
First vol of Muller's Physiolog. 850 pages {Muller references at end} [Müller 1837-42].
23d  
Moores Life of Byron 6 volumes. — poor. — [Moore 1837]
T. Carlyles Chartism [Carlyle 1839]
Feb 2d     
Davys Ceylon — Skimmed. — [Davy 1821]
5th    
Sonnerats Voyage aux indes Orientales do [Sonnerat 1782]
Heyne's Tracts on India do [Heyne 1814]

Annals of Natural History, or Magazine of Zoology, Botany, and Geology. Edited by W. Jardine, J. P. Selby, G. Johnston, W.J. Hooker, and R. Taylor. London. 1838-41. [Vols. 1-2 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Bailey, Samuel. 1829. Essays on the pursuit of truth, on the progress of knowledge, and on the fundamental principle of all evidence and expectation. London. [Edition unknown]
Carlyle, Thomas. 1838-9. Critical and miscellaneous essays. 4 vols. Boston. [Edition unknown]
Carlyle, Thomas. 1839. Chartism. London. [Edition unknown]
Davy, John. 1821. An account of the interior of Ceylon, and of its inhabitants. With travels in that island. London.
Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, exhibiting a view of the progress of discovery in natural philosophy, &c. Edited by D. Brewster and R.Jameson. Edinburgh. 1819-26.
Heyne, Benjamin. 1814. Tracts, historical and statistical, on India, with journals of several tours through various parts of the peninsula: also an account of Sumatra, in a series of letters. London.
Hume, David. 1757. Four dissertations. 1. The natural history of religion. London. [Edition unknown]
Hume, David. 1779. Dialogues concerning natural religion. [Edition unknown]
Moore, Thomas. 1837. Life of Lord Byron. Vols. 1-6 of Life and works of Lord Byron. 17 vols. London.
Müller, Johannes. 1837-42. Elements of physiology. Translated by William Baly. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Murchison, Roderick Impey. 1839. The Silurian system, founded on geological researches in the counties of Salop, Hereford, Radnor, Montgomery, Caermarthen, Brecon, Pembroke, Monmouth, Gloucester, Worcester, and Stafford; with descriptions of the coal fields and overlying formations. 2 parts London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Nautical Magazine. London. 1832-.
Neill, Patrick. 1821. Account of some fossil remains of the beaver, (Castor Fiber L.) found in Perthshire and Berwickshire, proving that the animal was formerly a native of Scotland. Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society 3: 207-19.
Ordinaire, Claude Nicolas. 1802. Histoire naturelle des volcans, comprenant les volcans soumarins, ceux de bone et autres phénomènes analogues. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Prichard, James Cowles. 1836-47. Researches into the physical history of mankind. 3d ed. 5 vols. London. [Vols. 1-4 in Darwin Library; 4th ed. (1841-51), vols. 1-2, also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Smith, James. 1838. On the last changes in the relative levels of the land and sea in the British Islands. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 25: 378-94.
Sonnerat, Pierre. 1782. Voyage aux Indes Orientales et à la Chine, fait par ordre du Roi, depuis 1774 jusqu'en 1781. 2 vols. Paris.
Swainson, William. 1835. A treatise on the geography and classification of animals. (Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopaedia.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London. London. 1812-30. New series, 1831-48. [Abstract in DAR74: 55-102.]
Youatt, William. 1831. The horse; with a treatise on draught. (Library of Useful Knowledge.) London. [Edition unknown]

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Dr Hollands Medical Notes. [Holland 1839] have added notes from 2d Edit [Holland 1840].
Feb 7th
Lord Brougham Dissertation. {References at end. chiefly on instincts} [Brougham 1839].
10th
Blackwalls Researches in Zoology — {do do} [Blackwall 1834]
15th
Henslow's Botany — do do — [Henslow 1837].
16th  
Childe Harold [Byron 1819]. Manfred [Byron 1817]. Cain [Byron 1822]
18th
Bossu & Loefflings Travels Louisiana [Bossu 1771]
Dubois Voyage. Madagascar & Bourbon [Dubois 1674].
22d   
Parts of Cobbetts Rural Rides [Cobbett 1830]& Most of Crabbe's Poems [Crabbe 1807]
24
Well Skimmed (for second time) Whewell's Bridgewater Treatise [Whewell 1833]
March 1st
Philosoph. Transactions from 1788 to 1840 {— Abstracted —} [Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London]
{Maer
Phil Transact. 1687 to 1766 inclusive, and from beginning to 1674 7th}
7th
Skimmed Burn's Poems [Burns 1786].
15     
Skimmed Pope & Dryden's Poems — need not try them again.[Pope 1779 and Dryden 1760]
18th
Maclarens Geology of Fife References at End? [Maclaren 1839]
Skimmed. Lord Mulgraves Voyage nothing [Phipps 1774]
{Coleridges Table Talk [Coleridge 1835].
Campbell's Poems [Campbell 1828].
Some of Shellys Poems [Shelley 1826]}
19th
Read well Mackenzie's excellent Travels [Mackenzie 1811].
26th
Cattle. Library of Useful Knowledge {— Youatt References at end [Youatt 1834]}
April 13th
Boutcher & Forsyth on Forest trees slightly skimmed. [Boutcher 1775 and Forsyth 1791] {— no use studying these until Loudons Arboretum be read [Loudon 1838]}
Lewis & Clarke — skimmed half way through {— probably nothing} [Lewis and Clark  1814]
Lichtensteins Travels — well skimmed [Lichtenstein 1812-15]
Cully on live Stock. well read [Culley 1786]
Sheep of Russia. Anderson & Pallas — do [Pallas 1794]
Smith's Varieties of Human race do [Smith 1788]
20
Darwins Phytologia references at end [Darwin 1800]
24th
Spallanzani Essays on Generation — {references at end— 1st vol. nothing} [?Spallanzani 1803]
Fable of the Bees - 2d Vol. — extracted [[Mandeville] 1714]

Blackwall, John. 1834. Researches in zoology, illustrative of the manners and economy of animals. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Bossu, Jean Bernard. 1771. Travels through that part of North America formerly called Louisiana. Translated from French, by John Reinhold Forster. Together with an abstract of the most useful and necessary articles contained in Peter Loefling's travels through Spain and Cumana in South America. 2 vols. London.
Boutcher, William. 1775. A treatise on forest trees. Edinburgh.
Brougham, Henry Peter. 1839. Dissertations on subjects of science connected with natural theology. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Burns, Robert. 1786. Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect. Kilmarnock. [Edition unknown]
Byron, George Gordon Noel. 1817. Manfred, a dramatic poem. London. [Edition unknown]
Byron, George Gordon Noel. 1819. Childe Harold's pilgrimage. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Byron, George Gordon Noel. 1822. Cain; a mystery. London. [Edition unknown]
Campbell, Thomas. 1828. The poetical works of Thomas Campbell. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Cobbett, William. 1830. Rural rides in the counties of Surrey, Kent, Sussex  with economical and political observations. London.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 1835. Specimens of the table talk of the late Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Edited by [Henry Nelson Coleridge]. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Crabbe, George. 1807. Poems. London. [Edition unknown]
Culley, George. 1786. Observations on live stock, containing hints for choosing and improving the best breeds of the most useful kinds of domestic animals. London.
Darwin, Erasmus. 1800. Phytologia; or the philosophy of agriculture and gardening. With the theory of draining morasses, and with an improved construction of the drill plough. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Dryden, John. 1760. The miscellaneous works of John Dryden, containing all his original poems, tales, and translations. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Dubois, —. 1674. Les voyages faits par le Sieur Du Bois aux Isles Dauphine ou Madagascar, et Bourbon ou Mascarenne, les années 1669, 1670, 1671 et 1672. Paris.
Forsyth, William. 1791. Observations on the diseases, defects, and injuries in all kinds of fruit and forest trees. London.
Henslow, John Stevens. 1837. The principles of descriptive and physiological botany. (Dionysius Lardner's Cabinet cyclopadia.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Holland, Henry. 1839. Medical notes and reflections. London. [Darwin Library; 3d ed. (1855) also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Holland, Henry. 1840. Medical notes and reflections. 2d ed. London.
Lewis, Meriwether and Clark, William. 1814. Travels to the source of the Missouri River and across the American continent to the Pacific Ocean, performed by order of the Reading notebooks 537 government of the United States in the years 1804,1805, and 1806. By Captains Lewis and Clarke. London. [Edition unknown]
Lichtenstein, Martin Heinrich Karl. 1812-15. Travels in southern Africa, in the years 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806. Translated from the German by A. Plumptre. 2 vols. London.
Loudon, John Claudius. 1838. Arboretum et Fructicetum Britannicum; or the trees and shrubs of Britain, native and foreign, delineated and described. 8 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 89-94.]
Mackenzie, George Stewart. 1811. Travels in the island of Iceland, during the summer of the year 1810. Edinburgh.
Maclaren, Charles. 1839. A sketch of the geology of Fife and the Lothians, including detailed descriptions of Arthur's Seat and Pentland Hills. Edinburgh and London.
[Mandeville, Bernard de]. 1714. The fable of the bees; or, private vices, publick benefits. London. [Edition unknown]
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1794. An account of the different kinds of sheep found in the Russian dominions, and among the Tartar hordes of Asia to which is added five appendices tending to illustrate the natural and economical history of sheep and other domestic animals. By James Anderson. Edinburgh.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. London. 1682-. [Vols. 66, 78-177 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR75: 50-2.]
Phipps, Constantine John, Baron Mulgrave. 1774. A voyage towards the North Pole undertaken by His Majesty's command, 1773. London. [Edition unknown]
Pope, Alexander. 1779. The poems of Alexander Pope. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Shelley, Percy Bysshe. 1826. The poetical works of Percy Bysshe Shelley. London. [Edition unknown]
Smith, Samuel Stanhope. 1788. An essay on the causes of the variety of complexion and figure in the human species, to which are added strictures on Lord Karnes's discourse on the original diversity of mankind. Edinburgh and Philadelphia. [Edition unknown]
Spallanzani, Lazzaro. 1803. Tracts on the nature of animals and vegetables. Translated from the Italian by J. G. Dalyell. 2d ed. 2 vols. Edinburgh.
Whewell, William. 1833. Astronomy and general physics considered with reference to natural theology. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 3.) London. [Edition unknown]
Youatt, William. 1834. Cattle: their breeds, management, and diseases. (Library of Useful Knowledge.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]

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Middleton's Free Enquiry on Miracles. — [Middleton 1749]
{Vicar of Wakefield [[Goldsmith] 1766]
Part of Dante. [?Dante 1802]
Shakespeares sonnets [Shakespeare: Sonnets]}
Silliman's Journal all from 1 to 38 vol. except vol 26, 36, & 37. — abstracted [American Journal of Science and Arts]
Macculloch's Principles of Polit. Econ. — [MacCulloch 1825]
May 30th
Naturalists Library — Volume I. Dog. Col. Ham. Smith. references at end. [C. H. Smith 1839-40]

Maer (June 10 to Nov. 14. 1840)
Smellies Buffon 3d Edit. skimmed {— 1791: in nine vols} [Buffon 1791]
Mrs Gores Manual of Roses [Gore 1838]
River's Rose Amateur Guide [Rivers 1837]
Hasselquist — voyage to Levant. Skimmed [Hasselquist 1766]
Tournefort do voyage do [Pitton de Tournefort 1718]
Bath. Soc. Paper. 1st to 7 8th vol. inclusive 1st series from 1792 to 1796 — well read [Letters and Papers of the Bath and West of England Society]
Hallers Physiology. Translat. Skimmed [Haller 1754]
Bon Jardinier 1829. do [Le Bon Jardinier]
Sir. Ch. Bell Anatomy of Expression. [Bell 1806]
Bucklands Bridgewater Treatise Read half through [Buckland 1836]
Swedish Philosoph. Acts. Vol 1 — to 7. M.S. Translat. — from 1740. 2d vol 1741. 3d 1742 & so on. = [Kongliga Svenska Vetenskaps-Akademiens Handlingar]

American Journal of Science and Arts. Edited by B. Silliman. New Haven, Conn. 1818-45. Second series, 1846-. [Vols. 38 and 45 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR74: 116-36; 205.9(2): 87-100.]
Bell, Charles. 1806. Essays on the anatomy of expression in painting. London. [3d ed. (1844) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Buckle, Henry Thomas. 1857. History of civilization in England. 2 vols. London.
Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de. 1791. Natural history, general and particular. Translated and edited by William Smellie. 3d ed. 9 vols. London.
Dante, Alighieri. 1802. The Divina Commedia. Translated into English verse by the Rev. Henry Boyd. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
[Goldsmith, Oliver]. 1766. The Vicar of Wakefield. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Gore, Catherine Grace Frances. 1838. The rose fancier's manual. London.
Haller, Albrecht von. 1754. Dr. Albrecht von Halle’s physiology; being a course of lectures. Translated from the German [by Samuel Mihlis]. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Hasselquist, Frederik. 1766. Voyages and travels in the Levant, in the years 1750-52, containing observations in natural history. London.
Kongliga Svenska Vetenskaps-Akademiens Handlingar. Stockholm. 1739-56, 1756-1856. New series, 1858-.
Le Bon Jardinier. Almanack pour l'année. Edited by MM. Loiseleur Deslongchamps, Vilmorin, etc. Paris. 1810-38. New series, 1842-. [Vol. for 1827 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Letters and Papers of the Bath and West of England Society for the Encouragement of Agriculture, Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. Bath. 1780. New series, 1783-1816, 1829.
MacCulloch, John Ramsay. 1825. The principles of political economy. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Middleton, Conyers. 1749. A free enquiry into the miraculous powers, which are supposed to have subsisted in the Christian Church from the earliest ages, through several successive centuries. London.
Pitton de Tournefort, Joseph. 1718. A voyage into the Levant. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Rivers, Thomas. 1837. The rose amateur's guide; containing ample descriptions of all the fine leading varieties of roses. London. [Edition unknown]
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616). Sonnets.
Smith, Charles Hamilton. 1839-40. The natural history of dogs. Vols. 4 and 5 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843. [Darwin Library in CUL]

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Hearne's Travels in N. America [Hearne 1795]
Stedman's Travels in Surinam skimmed [Stedman 1796]
Charlevoix. Canada do [Charlevoix 1744]
D'Auteroche Siberia do [Chappe d'Auteroche 1770]
Macculloch letters on Highlands. 4. Vols. — skimmed [MacCulloch 1824]
Montagu's Ornithological Diet Edited by Rennie. well read. [Montagu 1802-13] Pencil References at Maer
Rennie on Peat. Skimmed [Rennie 1810]
Bartrams well reread [?Bartram 1791]
Bruce's Travels & Appendix (do) [Bruce 1790]
Clarke's Travels. Skimmed one. vol. — [Clarke 1810-23]
Barrow's Travels. well Skimmed [Barrow 1801]
B. Edwards Hist. of W. Indies do [Edwards 1793-1801]
Asiatic Researches of Bengal Soc 5. vol. 8vo. [Asiatick Researches] — Chiefly Sir W. Jones' work. — re-Printed from the 4th Edit [Jones 1799a and 1799b]
Macclelland. on Cyprinidae from the vol 19. Asiatic Researches. — References at end. = [McClelland 1836]

Asiatick Researches; or Transactions of the Bengal Society instituted for inquiring into the history and antiquities, arts, sciences, and literature of Asia. Calcutta. 1788-1836.
Barrow, John. 1801. An account of travels into the interior of Southern Africa, in the years 1797 and 1798, including observations on the geology and geography, the natural history and sketches of the various tribes surrounding the Cape of Good Hope. 2 vols. London.
Bartram, William. 1791. Travels through North and South Carolina, Georgia, east and west Florida. Philadelphia.
Bruce, James. 1790. Travels to discover the source of the Nile, in the years 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772, & 1773-5. vols. Edinburgh and London.
Chappe d'Auteroche. 1770. A journey into Siberia. Translated from the French. London.
Charlevoix, Pierre François Xavier de. 1744. Histoire et description générale de la Nouvelle France. 3 vols. Paris. [Edition unknown]
Clarke, Edward Daniel. 1810-23. Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. 3 parts in 6. London. [Edition unknown]
Edwards, Bryan. 1793 -1801. The history, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies. 3 vols. London.
Hearne, Samuel. 1795. A journey from Prince of Wales's Fort in Hudson's Bay, to the Northern Ocean, undertaken by order of the Hudson's Bay Company, for the discovery of copper mines, a north west passage, &c. in the years 1769, 1770, 1771, & 1772. London.
Jones, William. 1799a. Catalogue of Indian plants, comprehending their Sanscrit and as many of their Linnaean generic names as could with any degree of precision be ascertained. Asiatick Researches 4: 229-36.
Jones, William. 1799b. Botanical observations on select Indian plants. Asiatick Researches 4: 237-312.
MacCulloch, John. 1824. The Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland, containing descriptions of the scenery and antiquities: with an account of the political history and ancient manners, and of the origin, language, agriculture, of the people. Founded on a series of annual journeys between 1811 and 1821. In six letters to Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 4 vols. London.
McClelland, John. 1836. Indian Cyprinidae. Asiatick Researches 19: 217-465. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Montagu, George. 1802-13. Ornithological dictionary; or, alphabetical synopsis of British birds. Edited by James Rennie. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR205.7(2): 192-8.]
[Rennie, James,] ed. 1833. The natural history and antiquities of Selborne. By the late Rev. Gilbert White. A new edition, with notes, by several eminent naturalists. [Edited by James Rennie with the assistance of Robert Sweet and William Herbert.] London.
Stedman, John Gabriel. 1796. Narrative of a five years expedition against the revolted Negroes of Surinam, from theyear 1772 to 1775, elucidating the history of that country and describing its productions. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

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Milman's Hist of Christianity [Milman 1840]
Home Tooke Diversions of Purley. Skimmed [Home Tooke 1786-98]
Oberlin's Memoirs [Oberlin 1829]
Pepys Diary. Skimmed one vol. [Pepys 1825]
articles
Midsummers N. Dream.  Hamlet. Othello [Shakespeare]
Mansfield Park [Austen 1814]. Sense & S [Austen 1811]
Richd  2d  poor.  Henry  IV [Shakespeare]
Northanger Abbey. Simple Story. [Austen 1818]
Sir. J. Mackintosh life. reread [Mackintosh 1835]
Priestley Life & Dissert on Work [Corry 1804]
— Letters to Philosoph Unbeliever [Priestly 1780]
Johnson. Tour to Hebrides by Boswell [Boswell 1831]
Philip Van Artevelde. reread [Taylor 1834]
Macaulay Art. on Bacon in Edin. R. [[Macaulay] 1837]
Some of Burke's Speeches [Burke 1816]
Some Arabian Nights [Anon. 1706]. Gullivers Travels [[Swift] 1726] Robinson Crusoe [Defoe 1719]
Bub. Dodington Mem. Skimmed [Bubb 1784]
Gray's Poems, life, & letters [Gray 1775]
Jeffrey, art. on Alison Taste. Ed. Review [[Jeffrey] 1811]

Anon. 1706. Arabian night's entertainments. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Austen, Jane. 1811. Sense and sensibility: a novel. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Austen, Jane. 1814. Mansfield Park: a novel. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Austen, Jane. 1818. Northanger Abbey. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Boswell, James. 1831. The life of Samuel Johnson. Including a journal of a tour to the Hebrides. A new edition, greatly enlarged, by John Wilson Croker. 5 vols. London.
Bubb, afterwards Dodington, George. 1784. The diary of the late George Bubb Dodington, Baron of Melcombe Regis: from March 8, 1749, to February 6, 1761. Salisbury and London. [Edition unknown]
Burke, Edmund. 1816. The speeches of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, in the House of Commons, and in Westminster Hall. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Corry, John. 1804. The life of Joseph Priestley. With critical observations on his works. Birmingham.
Defoe, Daniel. 1719. The life and strange surprizing adventures of Robinson Crusoe. London. [Edition unknown]
Gray, Thomas. 1775. The poems of Mr. Gray. To which are prefixed memoirs of his life and writings by W. Mason. London and York. [Edition unknown]
Home Tooke, John. 1786-98. Evea nrepoevra; or, the diversions of Purley. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR91: 13.]
[Jeffrey, Francis]. 1811. Alison on taste. Edinburgh Review 18: 1-46.
[Macaulay, Thomas Babington]. 1837. Lord Bacon. Edinburgh Review 65: 1-104.
[Mackintosh, James]. 1835. Memoirs of the life of Sir James Mackintosh. Edited [from his letters and journal] by his son [Robert James Mackintosh]. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Milman, Henry Hart. 1840. The history of Christianity from the birth of Christ to the abolition of paganism in the Roman Empire. 3 vols. London.
Pepys, Samuel. 1825. Memoirs comprising his diary from 1659 to 1669. Edited by Richard, Lord Braybrooke. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Priestley, Joseph. 1780. Letters to a philosophical unbeliever. 2 vols in 1. Bath. [Edition unknown]
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616). Coriolanus; Hamlet; Julius Caesar; King Henry IV; King Lear; King Richard II; A midsummer night's dream; Othello.
[Swift, Jonathan]. 1726. Travels into several remote nations of the world. By Lemuel Gulliver, first as a surgeon, and then a captain of several ships. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Taylor, Henry. 1834. Philip van Artevelde; a dramatic romance. 2 parts London. [Edition unknown]

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[Dates are in left margin]

1840
Dec. 15th
Flemings Philosoph of Zoology — Well read — references at end. — [Fleming   1822]
17th
Humboldt's Pers. Narrat. Well read, referen. at end [von Humboldt 1819-29]
21.
Art.  Hybridite Die Class. some references to books. [Guillemin  1825]
28th
Wrangell's Expedition to Siberia & Polar Sea [Wrangell 1840]
Geological Report. New York
Jan. 6th N. C. Koelreuter Nov. Comm. Acta Acad St. Petersburg. Lychnis 1775: [Kölreuter 1775]
Journ. de Phy. Tom. 21 (1782) & 23 (1783) on Lobelias & Digitalis: [Kölreuter 1782a and 1783] These latter & on Lycia in Acts. Acad. St. Petersb. 1777 to 82 (which is all) Datura Verbasca. Malvaceae [Kölreuter 1777b, 1777a, 1778a, 1778b, 1781b, 1781a, 1782b] — (Including Pallas on Variation [Pallas 1780], on Ass [Pallas 1777b], on horse-tailed Taurus [Pallas 1777a]). There are some few references at end of Hallam [Hallam 1837-9])
Jan 6th Feb. 12th
Charlsworths Journal 4. Vol. references at End [Magazine of Natural History, and Journal of Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology and Meteorology]
Feb 23rd
Henslow Pamph. on Wheat — fact about number & size of sporules of Fungus. [Henslow 1841]
March 2d
Agassiz etudes sur les Glaciers [Agassiz 1840]
— 30th
Lyells Principles. 3. Vol. 6th Edit — references at end. — [Lyell 1840]
April 6
Essais de Zoologie Generale. Isid. G. St. Hilaire: do: [Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1841]
[April] 10
Journal de Phys. (Rozier Editor) vol. 24 (1784) to vol. 27  skimmed throu [Observations sur la Physique]
[April} 19th
Skimmed through Nov. Comment St Petersburgh 1775. 4. 3 2. 1 & 1760 inclusive  N.B. 1775 is last Vol. [Novi Commentarii Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae]
do. Nova Acta vol 1 to 14. Vol. 15 not read  All there are. [Nova Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae]
May 3d
Pallas Travels (wretched) [Pallas 1802-3]
8th
Brand's dissert. [Linnaeus 1781 c] Translation of Aphonin on Nat. Hist. [Aphonin 1781] Linnaeus on increase of Hab. earth [Linnaeus 1781]. Wilcke on Police of Nature [Wilcke 1781]. Hoffberg on Reindeer [Hoffberg 1781]. Ekmarck on migration [Ekmarck 1781]. Linn. on insects [Linnaeus 1781b]. Forsskahl on Flora of insects [Forsskahl 1781]. Avelin on Miraculous [Avelin 1781] & Baeckner on noxious insects [Baeckner 1781]. Lyman on Silk-worms [Lyman 1781]

Agassiz, Louis. 1840. Etudes sur les glaciers. Neuchâtel.
Aphonin, Matheus. 1781. On the use of natural history. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academics. London.
Baeckner, Michael A. 1781. On noxious insects. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academics. London.
Ekmarck, Carl Daniel. 1781. On the migration of birds. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academics. London.
Fleming, John. 1822. The philosophy of zoology; or, a general view of the structure, functions, and classification of animals. 2 vols. Edinburgh. [Darwin Library in CUL] Forsskahl, Jonas Gustav. 1781. The flora of insects. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academics. London.
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore. 1841. Essais de zoologie générale. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Guillemin, Jean Antoine. 1825. Hybridité. In vol. 8, pp. 403-7, of Bory de Saint-Vincent, Jean Baptiste Georges Marie, ed., Dictionnaire classique d'histoire naturelle. 17 vols. Paris. 1822-31.
Hallam, Henry. 1837-9. Introduction to the literature of Europe in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Henslow, John Stevens. 1841. Report on the diseases of wheat. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England 2: 3-28. [Darwin Pamphlet Collection.]
Hoffberg, Carl Fredrik. 1781. On the rhendeer. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academics. London.
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1819-29. Personal narrative of travels to the equinoctial regions of the New Continent during the years 1799-1804, by Alexander de Humboldt, and Aimé Bonpland written in French by Alexander de Humboldt, and translated into English by Helen Maria Williams. 7 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1775. Lychni-Cucubalus: Novum Plantae Hybridae Genus. Novi Commentarii Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae 20: 431-48.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1777a. Digitales Hybridae. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 1, pp. 215-33.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1777b. Lobeliae Hybridae. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2, pp. 185-92.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1778a. Lycia Hybrida. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 1, pp. 219-24. [Abstract in DAR116.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1778b. Digitales Aliae Hybridae (a). Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2, pp. 261-74.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1781a. Verbasca Nova Hybrida. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 1, pp. 249-70. [Abstract in DAR116.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1781b. Daturae novae Hybridae. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2, pp. 303-13. [Abstract in DAR116.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1782a. Digitales Hybrides. Journal de Physique, de Chimie et d'Histoire Naturelle 21: 285-306. [Abstract in DAR116.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1782b. Malvacei Ordinis: Plantae Novae Hybridae. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2, pp. 251-88. [Abstract in DAR116.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1783. Lobélies Hybrides. Journal de Physique, de Chimie et d'Histoire Naturelle 23: 100-5. [Abstract in DAR116.]
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné), ed. 1781. Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academica, a supplement to Mr. Stillingfleet's tracts relating to natural history. Translated by F.J. Brand. Vol. 1. London.
Lyell, Charles. 1840. Principles of geology: or, the modern changes of the earth and its inhabitants, considered as illustrative of geology. 6th ed. 3 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lyman, Joannes. 1781. On the silk worm. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academics. London.
Magazine of Natural History, and Journal of Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology, and Meteorology. London. Edited by J. C. Loudon. 1829-36. Second series, edited by E. Charlesworth, 1837-40. [Vols. 1-9; 2d ser. 1-4 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Nova Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae. St Petersburg. 1783-1802.
Novi Commentarii Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae. St Petersburg. 1750-76.
Observations sur la Physique. Edited by F. Rozier. Paris. 1773-93. H9: 10a Palaeontographical Society. Monograph Series. London. 1848-. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1777a. Description du Bufle à queue de cheval, précédée d'observations générales sur les espèces sauvages du gros bétail. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2: 232-57.
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1777b. Observations sur l'asne dans son état sauvage ou sur le véritable onagre des anciens. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2: 258— 77.
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1780. Mémoire sur la variation des animaux. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae, pp. 69-102. [Abstract in DAR196.5]
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1802-3. Travels through the southern provinces of the Russian empire, in 1793 and 1794. Translated by F. W. Blagdon. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Wilcke, Henricus Christianus Daniel. 1781. On the police of nature. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academics. London.
Wrangel, Ferdinand Petrovich. 1840. Narrative of an expedition to the Polar Sea, in the years 1820-3. Translated by Elizabeth Juliana Sabine. Edited by Edward Sabine. London. [Edition unknown]

11r

1840
Maer
June 6th
Doblado's letters on Spain excellent [Doblado 1822]
November
Three vols. of Swifts letters. good [Swift 1766]
Bas. Montagu's Select from old Divines [Montagu 1805]

Dec. 10th
The Hour & Man. H. Martineau [Martineau 1841]
12     
Sir S. Romilly's Memoirs. moderate [Romilly 1840]
Feb. 7th
Sartor Resartus excellent [Carlyle 1834]
March 5
Hume Hist. Engl. Vol 5 (& 6. March 15th) [Hume 1763]
13th  
Minor poems of Milton [Milton 1823] & first 2d vol of Wordsworth [Wordsworth 1836-7]
26th
Carlyle. Hero Worship. — moderate [Carlyle 1841]
April 4th
Hallam's Hist. Lit. 4 vols. — good [Hallam 1837-9]
15th
Failed in reading Dryden's Poems. except Absalom & Arc wh. I rather liked. [Dryden 1760] — Tale of Tub. (poor). [[Swift] 1704] Inheritance & marriage [[S. E. Ferrier] 1824 and 1818]. —
18th
7th & 8th Vol of Hume's England — Admirable [Hume 1763]
Skimmed Sir. R. K. Porter's Travel to Persia — poor— [Porter 1821-2]
23d   
Bacon's Essays — dull, & crabbid style [Bacon 1825-36]
May 7th    
Skimmed a little of Tucker's light of nature. intolerably prolix [Tucker 1768-78]
3d vol of Wordsworth [Wordsworth 1836-7]. Giaour [Byron 1813]
Some old Travels in Porter's Collect. [Porter 1821-2]

Bacon, Francis. 1825-36. The works of Francis Bacon. A new edition by Basil Montagu. 16 vols. (Vol. 1: Essays; vol. 2: Advancement of learning; vols. 4 and 14: translation of Novum Organum; vol. 15: translation of Cogitata et visa.) London.
Byron, George Gordon Noel. 1813. The Giaour, a fragment of a Turkish tale. London. [Edition unknown]
Carlyle, Thomas. 1834. Sartor Resartus. London. [Edition unknown]
Carlyle, Thomas. 1841. On heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history. London. [Edition unknown]
Doblado, Leucadio, pseud. (Joseph Blanco White). 1822. Letters from Spain. London. [Edition unknown].
Dryden, John. 1760. The miscellaneous works of John Dryden, containing all his original poems, tales, and translations. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
[Ferrier, Susan Edmonstone]. 1818. Marriage, a novel. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
[Ferrier, Susan Edmonstone]. 1824. The inheritance. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Hallam, Henry. 1837-9. Introduction to the literature of Europe in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Hume, David. 1763. The history of England, from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the revolution in 1688. A new edition, corrected. 8 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Milton, John. 1823. Poems, on Several Occasions. London.
Martineau, Harriet. 1841. The hour and the man. A historical romance. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Montagu, Basil. 1805. Selections from the works of Taylor, Hooker, Hall, and Lord Bacon. With an analysis of the Advancement of Learning. London. [Edition unknown]
Porter, Robert. 1821-2. Travels in Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Ancient Babylonia. 2 vols. London.
Romilly, Samuel. 1840. Memoirs of the life of Sir Samuel Romilly. 3 vols. London.
[Swift, Jonathan]. 1704. Tale of a Tub. London. [Edition unknown]
[Swift, Jonathan]. 1766. Letters written by the late Jonathan Swift and several of his friends from the year 1703 to 1740. Published from the originals; with notes explanatory and historical. Edited by John Hawkesworth. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Tucker, Abraham. 1768-78. The light of nature pursued. 7 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Wordsworth, William. 1836-7. The poetical works of William Wordsworth. 6 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

11v

1841
May 13
Stillingfleet Tracts: [Stillingfleet ed. 1759] 
Linnaeus on Travel [Linnaeus 1759].
Biberg on ceconomy of nature [Biberg 1759].
Barck on foliation of trees [Barck 1759].
Hasselgren on Swedish Pan. from Amœn Acad. — [Hasselgren 1759]
14th
Amoen Acad. Looked through 1 & 2 vols: I do not think much for me. — [Linnaeus ed. 1749-90]
W. Walton's Treatise on Peruvian Sheep. = [W. Walton 1811]
Wiegmann's Archif. fur Naturg. one vol. for 1838 = [Archiv für Naturgeschichte]
16th 
Excellent Paper on Zoosperms in Annales des Sciences no. 1: 1841: [Prévost and Dumas 1824]
23
Moorcraft & Trebeck's travels in Himalaya [Moorcroft and Trebeck 1841]
Linnaeus Philosophia Botanica (references at end) [Linnaeus 1751]
June 8
Evelyn's Sylva [Evelyn 1664].
June 20
Marshall Minutes of Agriculture [Marshall 1778] abstract of Reports agriculture on N. counties. (reference at end) [Marshall 1818]
July 23d
Horticult. Tour by Deput. Caledon. Soc Ref at end [[Neill, Hay, and Macdonald] 1823]
Godwins answer to Malthus. Shelley says is victorious & decisive [Godwin 1820]
Octob 9th
Lindley's Theory of Hort. — abstracted [Lindley 1840]
Col. le-Couteur on Wheat. marked. — [Le Couteur 1836]
25
Youatt on Sheep do [Youatt 1837]
28th
Shuchard. Fossorial Hymenop. do [Shuckard 1837]
Hamilton on the Dog 2d vol. do [Smith 1839-40]
Nov. 16
Sprengel. Endeckte Geheimniss. do [Sprengel 1793]
- 26
Liebig's Agriculture —. do [Liebig 1840]
Dec 4th
Godwin on Population [Godwin 1820].
16th
Gallesio Teoria del Reproduzione. abstracted [Gallesio 1816]
18th
Hooker's Bot. Misc. all = 3  vols. = well abstracted [Botanical Miscellany]
22d
Lyells Elem. 2d Edit. do [Lyell 1841]
Jan 3d
Waterhouse. Marsup. Nat. Lib. vol 14  Marked = [Waterhouse 1841]
10th
Veterinary 1828 Vol 1 to end of 1841. — extracted [Veterinarian]

Archiv für Naturgeschichte. Edited by A. F. Wiegmann. Berlin. 1835-.
Barck, Harald. 1759. On the foliation of trees. In Stillingfleet, Benjamin, ed., Miscellaneous tracts relating to natural history, husbandry, and physick. London. [Edition unknown]
Biberg, Isaac. 1759. The œconomy of nature. In Stillingfleet, Benjamin, ed., Miscellaneous tracts relating to natural history, husbandry, and physick. London. [Edition unknown]
Botanical Miscellany. Edited by W. J. Hooker. London. 1830-3. [Abstract in DAR205.10: 25-30.]
Evelyn, John. 1664. Sylva, or a discourse oj forest-trees, and the propagation of timber. To which is annexed Pomona; or, an appendix concerning fruit-trees in relation to cider. Also Kalendarium hortense; or, gard'ners almanac. 3 parts London. [Edition unknown]
Gallesio, Giorgio. 1816. Teoria della riproduzione végétale. Pisa. [Abstract in DAR71: 95-111.]
Godwin, William. 1820. Of population. An enquiry concerning the power of increase in the numbers of mankind, being an answer to Mr. Malthus' essay on that subject. London.
Hasselgren, Nicholas. 1759. The Swedish Pan. In Stillingfleet, Benjamin, ed., Miscellaneous tracts relating to natural history, husbandry, and physick. London. [Edition unknown]
Le Couteur, John. 1836. On the varieties, properties and classification of wheat. Jersey and London. [Darwin Library; 2d ed. (1872) also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Liebig, Justus von. 1840. Organic chemistry in its applications to agriculture and physiology. Edited by Lyon Playfair. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lindley, John. 1840. The theory of horticulture; or, an attempt to explain the principal operations of gardening upon physiological principles. London.
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné), ed. 1749-90. Amœnitates Academics, seu dissertationes varia physicœ, mediae, botanica antehac seorsim édita, nunc collecta et auctœ cum tabulis aneis. 10 vols. Stockholm and Leipzig.
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné). 1751. Philosophia botanica. Stockholm. [2d ed. (1783) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné). 1759. An oration concerning travelling in one's own country. In Stillingfleet, Benjamin, ed., Miscellaneous tracts relating to natural history, husbandry and physick. London. [Edition unknown]
Lyell, Charles. 1841. Elements of geology. 2d ed. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR205.9(2): 126-31.]
Marshall, William. 1778. Minutes of agriculture, made on a farm near Croydon, Surrey. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Marshall, William. 1818. A review of the reports to the Board of Agriculture; from the northern department of England. York. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Moorcroft, William and Trebeck, George. 1841. Travels in the Himalayan provinces of Hindustan and the Panjab. Prepared from original journals and correspondence by H. H. Wilson. 2 vols. London.
[Neill, Patrick, Hay, John, and Macdonald, James]. 1823. Journal of a horticultural tour through some parts of Flanders, Holland, and the north of France, in the autumn of 1811. By the deputation of the Caledonian Horticultural Society. Edinburgh. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Prévost, Jean Louis and Dumas, Jean Baptiste André. 1824. Nouvelle théorie de la génération. Part 1: Observations relatives à l'appareil générateur des animaux mâles; histoire et description des animalcules spermatiques. Annales des Sciences Naturelles 1: 1-29, 167-86.
Shuckard, William Edward. 1837. Essay on the indigenous fossorial Hymenoptera. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Smith, Charles Hamilton. 1839-40. The natural history of dogs. Vols. 4 and 5 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Sprengel, Christian Konrad. 1793. Das entdeckte Geheimniss der Natur im Bau und in der Befruchtung der Blumen. Berlin. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Stillingfleet, Benjamin, ed. 1759. Miscellaneous tracts relating to natural history, husbandry, andphysick. To which is added the calendar of flora. London. [Edition unknown]
Veterinarian; or, monthly journal of veterinary science. Edited by Mr Percivall. London. 1828-.
Walton, William. 1811. An historical and descriptive account of the four species of Peruvian sheep called Carneros de la Tierra: to which are added, particulars respecting the domestication of the two wild species. London.
Waterhouse, George Robert. 1841. Marsupialia, or pouched animals. Vol. 8 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Youatt, William. 1837. Sheep: their breeds, management, and diseases. (Library of Useful Knowled ge.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]

12r

Hume's Essays. 2 Vol. — [Hume 1741-2]
June 1st
Robertsons America [Robertson 1777]
— 30th
Pennants Tour in Scotland = [Pennant 1771]
July 31st
Julius Caesar, good. Coriolanus. Lear [Shakespeare]
Sept 23
Shelleys Essays & Letters [Shelley 1840]. — Some Wordsworth [Wordsworth 1836-7].
Part of Waltons lives. = [Walton 1670]
Oct. 25
Emerson's Essay. partly read = [Emerson 1841]
Nov 4
Mem. of Sheridan [Moore 1825] & Liebers remains of Niebuhr. [Lieber 1835]
Nov 8
Paley's Evidence. of Christ. [Paley 1794] Fleetwood [Godwin 1805]
Don Quixote. [Cervantes 1612] Cecil — [[Gore] 1841]
Dec 2d
Capt. Greys. Narrative of Aust. Expedition 2 vols [Grey 1841]
— 16th
Elphinstones Hist of India. 2d vols. [Elphinstone 1841]
— 30th
Smollets William & Mary. & Anne . — [Smollett 1805]
1842
Jan 10
Mrs Hamilton Grays Etruria, skimmed [Gray 1840]
— 31st
Night & Morning [[Bulwer-Lytton] 1841]; Rienzi [[Bulwer-Lytton] 1835]: Barnaby Rudge [Dickens 1841]
Feb 16th
Lord Mahons Hist. Peace of Utrecht to La Chapelle III Vols. [Stanhope 1836-54]
17th
Laing notes of a Traveller 1 vol [Laing 1842]
— Finished Wordsworth 6 vols. [Wordsworth 1836-7]

[Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton]. 1835. Rienzi, the last of the Tribunes. 3 vols. London.
[Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton]. 1841. Night and morning. 3 vols. London.
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. 1612. The history of the valorous and wittie knight-errant, Don-Quixote of the Mancha. Translated from the Spanish [by Thomas Shelton]. London. [Edition unknown]
Dickens, Charles. 1841. Barnaby Rudge. London.
Elphinstone, Mountstuart. 1841. The history of India. 2 vols. London.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo. 1841. Essays; with preface by Thomas Carlyle. London. [Edition unknown]
Godwin, William. 1805. Fleetwood; or, the new man of feeling. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
[Gore, Catherine Grace Frances]. 1841. Cecil; or, the adventures of a coxcomb. London.
Gray, Elizabeth Caroline. 1840. Tour to the sepulchres of Etruria. London. [Edition unknown]
Grey, George. 1841. Journals of two expeditions of discovery in north-west and western Australia. London.
Hume, David. 1741-2. Essays, moral and political. 2 vols. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Laing, Samuel. 1842. Notes of a traveller on the social and political state of France, Prussia, Switzerland, Italy, and other parts of Europe during the present century. London. [Edition unknown]
Lieber, Franz. 1835. Reminiscences of an intercouse with G. B. Miebuhr. London.
Moore, Thomas. 1825. Memoirs of the life of the Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan. London.
Paley, William. 1794. A view of the evidences of Christianity. 2 vols. London.
Pennant, Thomas. 1771. A tour in Scotland. Chester. [Edition unknown]
Robertson, William. 1777. The history of America. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616). Julius Caesar; Coriolanus; King Lear.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe. 1840. Essays, letters from abroad, translations and fragments. Edited by Mrs. Shelley. 2 vols. London.
Smollett, Tobias George. 1805. The history of England, from the revolution in 1688, to the death of George II. Designed as a continuation of Hume. 6 vols. (Vol. 1: William and Mary; vol. 2: Anne.) London. [Edition unknown]
Stanhope, Philip Henry (Lord Mahon). 1836-54. History of England from the peace of Utrecht to the peace of Versailles. 7 vols. London.
Walton, Izaak. 1670. The lives of Dr John Dunne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert. 4 parts London. [Edition unknown]
Wordsworth, William. 1836-7. The poetical works of William Wordsworth. 6 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

12v

1842
Feb. 4th    
F. Michaux's (son of the botanist) travels in W. America. Translat: very poor [Michaux 1805]
20th 
Botanic Garden & Temple of Nature References at end [[Darwin] 1789-91 and 1803]
28th
Bechstein Natur-gesichte. do [Bechstein 1789-95]
March 12th  
Gardener's Magaz. Vol 7th & 8th vol. [Gardener's Magazine]
April 8th
Annals of Botany. 2. vols. 1801 to 1806. extracted. [Annals of Botany]
9th
Mullers Physiology 2d vol. ref: at end [Müller 1837-42]
16th
Gallesio Traite de Citrus do [Gallesio 1811]
Smellie's Philos. of Nat. Hist. (one vol) do — [Smellie 1790-9]
May 20th
Royle Prod. Resources of India abst [Royle 1840]
Miller's old Red Sandstone abst. [Miller 1841]
Le Vaillants Travel. Eng. Translat. 2 vols. First Travels [Levaillant 1790]. and First Vol of second series, wh consists of 3 volumes [Levaillant 1796] I doubt whether worth reading. —
Aug 15th
Lamarck 1st Vol. Animaux sans Vertebras ref: at end [Lamarck 1815-22]
18th  
Skimmed through Encyclopaedia of Gardening ref: at end — [Loudon 1822]
Sept 16th  
Dublin Geolog. Journ. Vol 1. — abstracted. [Journal of the Geological Society of Dublin]
Nov.
Some vols. of Gardeners' Magazine [Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement]
Col: Ham: Smith on Horses [C. H. Smith 1841]
Dec.
Encyclop. of Agriculture (skimmed & abst) [Loudon 1831]
Jan 9th
Kalms Travel 3 vol abstracted [Kalm 1770-1]
15th  
Harlans Med & Phys. Researches abstracted [Harlan 1835]
Smith Moral Sentiments [A. Smith 1759], skimmed parts; ought to be studied for comparison of man & animals — derives all from sympathy — considers we approve or disapprove of ourselves by placing ourselves in person of another, & thus viewing ourselves as we should view others — children disprove this — Perhaps this origin of such instincts. —

Annals of Botany. Edited by C. König and J. Sims. London. 1805-6.
Bechstein, Johann Matthaeus. 1789-95. Gemeinnützige Naturgeschichte Deutschlands nach allen drey Reichen. 4 vols. Leipzig. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Darwin, Erasmus. 1789-91. The Botanic Garden. London: J. Johnson.
Darwin, Erasmus. 1803. The temple of nature; or, the origin of society: a poem, with philosophical notes. 2 parts London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Gallesio, Giorgio. 1811. Traité du citrus. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Gardener's Magazine of Botany, Horticulture, Floriculture and Natural Science. London. 1850-1.
Harlan, Richard. 1835. Medical and physical researches; or, original memoirs in medicine, surgery, physiology, geology, zoology, and comparative anatomy. Philadelphia.
Journal of the Geological Society of Dublin. Dublin. 1838-.
Kalm, Pehr. 1770-1. Travels into North America; containing its natural history, and a circumstantial account of its plantations and agriculture in general. Translated by J. R. Forster. 3 vols. Warrington.
Lamarck, Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de. 1815-22. Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertèbres. 7 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library; 2d ed. (1835-45) also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Levaillant, François. 1790. Travels from the Cape of Good Hope into the interior parts of Africa. Translated from the French. 2 vols. London.
Levaillant, François. 1796. New travels into the interior parts of Africa. Translated from the French. 3 vols. London.
Loudon, John Claudius. 1822. An encyclopedia of gardening, comprehending the theory and practice of horticulture,floriculture, arboriculture and landscape gardening. London.
Loudon, John Claudius. 1831. An encyclopedia of agriculture: comprising the management of landed property and the cultivation and economy of the animal and vegetable productions of agriculture, including a general history of agriculture. London.
Michaux, François André. 1805. Travels to the westward of the Allegheny Mountains. Translated by B. Lambert. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR205.10: 32-3.]
Miller, Hugh. 1841. The Old Red Sandstone; or, new walks in an old field. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR205.9(2): 153-8.]
Müller, Johannes. 1837-42. Elements of physiology. Translated by William Baly. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Royle, John Forbes. 1840. Essay on the productive resources of India. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 26-8.]
Smellie, William. 1790-9. The philosophy of natural history. 2 vols. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Smith, Adam. 1759. The theory of moral sentiments. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Smith, Charles Hamilton. 1841. The natural history of horses. Vol. 12 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vol. Edinburgh. 1843. [Darwin Library in CUL]

13r

1842
March. 26th  
Holcroft's Memoirs — [Holcroft 1816]
April 5th
Simond's Travels. — [Simond 1822]
May 6th
Several volumes of Belsham [Belsham 1806] & one of Dr Cootes History of England from Ann to G. IV [Coote 1819].
Several plays of Shakespeare. —
August 5th    
Middleton's life of Cicero. 2 Vols [Middleton 1741]
15th  
W. Scott's life of Swift. — [Scott 1814]
Sept 1.
Stephen's Central America. 2 Vols. [Stephens 1841]
8th 
Lockart life of Burns [Lockhart 1828]
16 
Ld Dudley's Letters [Dudley 1844]
Nov. 25
Finished 3d Part of Clarendons History [Hyde 1704].
1843
Jan 10.
Last Vol of Clarendons History [Hyde 1704]
Feb.
Vol. of Madame D'Arblay [Burney 1842-6]
Mar 1st
Lieut. Eyres Narrative. — [?Eyre 1843]
May 7th
F. Horner's life & Correspondence [Horner ed. 1843]
2. vols of Hume's History [Hume 1763]
New Home. Novel. F. Bremer. — [Bremer 1843]

Belsham, William. 1806. History of Great Britain to the conclusion of the Peace of Amiens in 1802. 12 vols. London.
Bremer, Fredrika. 1843. The home; or, family cares and family joys. Translated from the Swedish by Mary Howitt. 2 vols. London.
Burney, afterwards D'Arblay, Frances. 1842-6. Diary and letters of Madame d'Arblay. (1778-1840). Edited by her niece. 7 vols. London.
Coote, Charles. 1819. The history of England, from the earliest times to the death of George II by Oliver Goldsmith. The 11th edition, corrected; with a continuation to the treaty concluded at Paris, in the year 1815; by Charles Coote. 4 vols. London.
Dudley, Robert. 1844. Correspondence of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leycester, during his government of the Low Countries in the years 1585 and 1586. Edited by John Bruce. London.
Eyre, Vincent. 1843. The military operations at Cabul, which ended in the retreat and destruction of the British Army, January 1842. London. [Edition unknown]
Holcroft, Thomas. 1816. Memoirs of the late Thomas Holcroft, written by himself and continued to the time of his death, from his diary, notes, and other papers. [Edited by W. Hazlitt] 3 vols. London.
Horner, Leonard, ed. 1843. Memoirs and correspondence of Francis Horner. Edited by Leonard Horner. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Hume, David. 1763. The history of England, from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the revolution in 1688. A new edition, corrected. 8 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon. 1704. The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England, begun in 1641, with the precedent passages and actions that contributed thereto, and the happy end and conclusion thereof by the King's blessed restoration. 3 vols. Oxford. [Edition unknown]
Lockhart, John Gibson. 1828. Life of Robert Burns. London. [Edition unknown]
Middleton, Conyers. 1741. The history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Scott, Walter. 1814. The life of Jonathan Swift. London. [Edition unknown]
Simond, Louis. 1822. Travels in Switzerland, in 1817, 1818, and 1819. London.
Stephens, John Lloyd. 1841. Incidents of travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

13v

1843
Feb 20th
L. Jenyns notes to White's Selbourn. Ref at end [Jenyns ed. 1843]
Mar 20
Sturm on variation (German) [Sturm 1825]
Ap. 1
Blaine D. P. [Meg] Encyclop. of Rural Sports. (Abst) [Blaine 1840]
Several vols. of Linnaean Transactions [Transactions of the Linnean Society of London]
May 3d
Kirby & Spence Entomology. Refer at end [Kirby and Spence 1815-26]
16th
Paley's Nat. Theology: Comparative Anatomy said to be inaccurate. do. [Paley 1802]
26th
Hinds Regions of Vegetation [Hinds 1843].
June 10th
Linnaean Trans. to end of Vol: XVIII & Part I. of V. 19 (1843) [Transactions of the Linnean Society of London]
25
Murray Domestic Poultry. — Domestic Pigeons /ducks [?Moubray 1834]
Sept 14th
Salmonia [Davy  1828]  & some vols: of Annals of Nat Hist [Annals of Natural History]
Oct 2nd
Journal of a Naturalist /poor/ extracted [[Knapp] 1829]
Nov 30
Dieffenbach's New Zealand [Dieffenbach 1843]
1844
Wiegman on Hybrids — German — [Wiegmann 1828]
March 24th
Martins Voyage to St Kilda. nothing [M. Martin 1698]
Doubleday on Population [Doubleday 1842]
Ramond's voyage in Pyrenees, nothing [Ramond de Carbonnières 1813]
April 26th
Lesseps Travels Kamtschatka do skimmed. [Lesseps 1790]
Bourgounne's Travels in Spain, with extracts from Count Peyron. — well skimmed. — [Bourgoing 1789]
Swinbourne's Spain = do [Swinburne 1779]
A. Young Six Months Tour [Young  1770]  & Tour in France nothing [Young 1792]
Crantz Hist, of Green-land. all First Part, which relate to me [Cranz 1767]
May 7th
Bevans Honey Bee skimmed. — [Bevan 1827]
8
Cox's Columbia River [Cox 1831]
Anderson on Sheep [Pallas 1794]: Culley on live Stock [Culley 1786]
Shrewsbury 
Smith Varieties of Human Race: [Smith 1788]
Haller's Physiology [Haller 1754].
Staunton's China [Staunton 1797];
Lewis & Clarke [Lewis and Clark 1814]
Boutcher & Forsyth on Forest Trees [Boutcher 1775 and Forsyth 1791]
Phillips History of cultivated Vegetables 2. Vols. (very poor) [Phillips 1822]

Annals of Natural History, or Magazine of Zoology, Botany, and Geology. Edited by W. Jardine, J. P. Selby, G. Johnston, W.J. Hooker, and R. Taylor. London. 1838-41. [Vols. 1-2 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Bevan, Edward. 1827. The honey-bee; its natural history, physiology, and management. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Blaine, Delabere Pritchett. 1840. An encyclopedia of rural sports; or, a complete account, historical, practical, and descriptive, of hunting, shooting, fishing, racing, and other field sports and athletic amusements of the present day. London. [Edition unknown]
Bourgoing, Jean François de. 1789. Travels in Spain. To which are added, copious extracts from the essay on Spain of M. Peyron. Translated from the French. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Boutcher, William. 1775. A treatise on forest trees. Edinburgh.
Cox, Ross. 1831. Adventures on the Columbia River, including the narrative of a residence of six years on the western side of the Rocky Mountains, among various tribes of Indians hitherto unknown: together with a journey across the American continent. 2 vols. London.
Cranz, David. 1767. The history of Greenland: containing a description of the country, and its inhabitants. Translated from the High-Dutch. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Culley, George. 1786. Observations on live stock, containing hints for choosing and improving the best breeds of the most useful kinds of domestic animals. London.
Davy, Humphry. 1828. Salmonia; or, the days of fly fishing. London. [Edition unknown]
Dieffenbach, Ernst. 1843. Travels in New Zealand; with contributions to the geography, geology, botany, and natural history of that country. 2 vols. London.
Doubleday, Thomas. 1842. The true law of population shewn to be connected with the food of the people. London. [Edition unknown]
Forsyth, William. 1791. Observations on the diseases, defects, and injuries in all kinds of fruit and forest trees. London.
Haller, Albrecht von. 1754. Dr. Albrecht von Halle’s physiology; being a course of lectures. Translated from the German [by Samuel Mihlis]. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Hinds, Richard Brinsley. 1843. The regions of vegetation; being an analysis of the distribution of vegetable forms over the surface of the globe in connexion with climate and physical agents. Appendix to vol. 2 of Belcher, Edward, Narrative of a voyage round the world, performed in H.M.S. Sulphur, 1836-42. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Jenyns, Leonard, ed. 1843. The natural history of Selbourne by the late Rev. Gilbert White, M.A. A new edition, with notes. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Kirby, William and Spence, William. 1815-26. An introduction to entomology; or, elements of the natural history of insects. 4 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
[Knapp, John Leonard]. 1829. Journal of a naturalist. London.
Lesseps, Jean Battiste Barthélémy de. 1790. Travels in Kamtschatka during the years 1787 and 1788. Translated from the French. 2 vols. London.
Lewis, Meriwether and Clark, William. 1814. Travels to the source of the Missouri River and across the American continent to the Pacific Ocean, performed by order of the Reading notebooks 537 government of the United States in the years 1804,1805, and 1806. By Captains Lewis and Clarke. London. [Edition unknown]
Martin, Martin. 1698. A late voyage to St Kilda. London. [Edition unknown]
Moubray, Bonington. 1834. A practical treatise on breeding poultry, pigeons and rabbits. 7th ed. London. [Darwin Library CUL]
Paley, William. 1802. Natural theology; or, evidences of the existence and attributes of the Deity, collected from the appearances of nature. London. [Edition unknown]
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1794. An account of the different kinds of sheep found in the Russian dominions, and among the Tartar hordes of Asia to which is added five appendices tending to illustrate the natural and economical history of sheep and other domestic animals. By James Anderson. Edinburgh.
Phillips, Henry. 1822. History of cultivated vegetables. 2 vols. London.
Ramond de Carbonnières, Louis François Elisabeth. 1813. Travels in the Pyrenees. Translated from the French by F. Gold. London.
Smith, Samuel Stanhope. 1788. An essay on the causes of the variety of complexion and figure in the human species, to which are added strictures on Lord Karnes's discourse on the original diversity of mankind. Edinburgh and Philadelphia. [Edition unknown]
Staunton, George Leonard. 1797. An authentic account of an embassy from the King of Great Britian to the Emperor of China. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR91: 12.]
Sturm, Karl Christoph Gottlieb. 1825. Ueber Racen, Kreuzungen und Veredlung der landwirtschaftlichen Hausthiere. Elberfeld. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Swinburne, Henry. 1779. Travels through Spain, in the years 1775 and 1776. London. [Edition unknown]
Transactions of the Linnean Society of London. London. 1791 —. [Vol. 21 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR75: 46-8; 205.5: 64-85; 205.10: 44-55.]
Wiegmann, Arend Friedrich August. 1828. Ueber die Bastarderzeugung im Pflanzenreiche. Braunschweig. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Young, Arthur. 1770. A six months tour through the north of England. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Young, Arthur. 1792. Travels during the years 1787, 1788, and 1789. Undertaken more particularly with a view of ascertaining the cultivation, wealth, resources, and national prosperity, of the kingdom of France. 2 vols. Bury St Edmunds. [Edition unknown]

14r

1843
May 20th         
Carlyle's Past & Present [Carlyle 1843]
June 16th         
Hume's Hist of England. to end of the beginning of Elizabeth. [Hume 1763]
Sept 14th         
4 first vols of Gibbons History [Gibbon 1776-88]
Octob 1st        
Scott's life of Dryden [Scott 1808]
Montaigne's Essays. 1. Vol. & 2d partly. = [Montaigne 1603]
Nov.22d
M. Necker on Education [Necker 1839-43]
Decr 15th  
Drury's Madagascar [Drury 1729]
20     
Astoria. — by Irving [Irving 1836]
1844
Jan 7th
Borrow's Bible in Spain [Borrow 1843].
22     
Hallam Constitu History [Hallam 1827].
1. vol of Chesterfields letters [Stanhope 1774]
F. Bremer's little novels [Bremer 1842, 1843, 1844, 1844]
March 7th              
Mrs Thompson Life of Duchess of Marlborough  [Thomson 1839]
14th
Arnolds lectures on History [Arnold 1842]
History of Civilization by Guizot [Guizot 1837]
March 24th  
Kings & Lay's Missionary Voyage [King and Lay 1839]
B. Hall's Schloss Hainfell [Hall 1836].
April 26th:
Martin Chuzzlewit. & Pickwick [Dickens 1844 and 1837]
July 20th
Bamford Life of a Radical [Bamford 1841]
Aug 8th
M. W. Montagu's letters [Montagu 1837].
30  
1. Vol of Prescotts Hist of Mexico /Oct 1st/ 2d & 3d Vol [Prescott 1843]
Sept 5
W. Taylor's life & Corresp. [Robberds 1843]
20
Lockhart's life of Buonaparte [[Lockhart] 1829]
Failed in reading Niebuhr's Rome [Niebuhr 1828-42]

Arnold, Thomas.. 1842. Introductory lectures on modem history with the inaugural lecture delivered in December, 1841. Oxford.
Bamford, Samuel. 1841. Passages in the life of a radical. Manchester. [Edition unknown]
Borrow, George Henry. 1843. The Bible in Spain; or, the journeys, adventures, and imprisonments of an Englishman, in an attempts to circulate the scriptures in the peninsula. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Bremer, Fredrika. 1842. The neighbours: a story of every-day life. Translated from the Swedish by Mary Howitt. 2 vols. London.
Bremer, Fredrika. 1843b. Strife and peace; or, scenes in Norway. Translated from the Swedish. London.
Bremer, Fredrika. 1844a. New sketches of every-day life: a diary. Translated from the Swedish by Mary Howitt. London.
Bremer, Fredrika. 1844. The twins; and other tales. Translated from the Swedish. London.
Dickens, Charles. 1837. The postumous papers of the Pickwick Club. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Dickens, Charles. 1844. The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit. London.
Drury, Robert. 1729. Madagascar; or, Robert Drury's journal, during fifteen years captivity on that island. London. [Edition unknown]
Gibbon, Edward. 1776-88. The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. 6 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Guizot, François Pierre Guillaume. 1837. General history of civilization in Europe, from the fall of the Roman Empire to the French Revoluton. Oxford. [Edition unknown]
Hall, Basil. 1836. Schloss Hainfield; or, a winter in Lower Styria. Edinburgh.
Hallam, Henry. 1827. The constitutional history of England from the accession of Henry VII to the death of George II. 2 vols. London [Edition unknown]
Hume, David. 1763. The history of England, from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the revolution in 1688. A new edition, corrected. 8 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Irving, Washington. 1836. Astoria; or, enterprise beyond the Rocky Mountains. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
King, Charles William and Lay, George Tradescant. 1839. The claims of Japan and Malaysia upon Christendom. 2 vols. New York.
[Lockhart, John Gibson]. 1829. The history of Napoleon Buonaparte. 2 vols. London.
Montagu, Mary Wortley. 1837. The letters and works of Lady Mary Worthy Montagu. Edited by Lord Wharncliffe. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Montaigne, Michel de. 1603. The essayes. Translated by John Florio. London. [Edition unknown]
Necker, Albertine Adrienne. 1839-43. Progressive education: or, considerations on the course of life; translated from the French. 3 vols. London.
Niebuhr, Barthold Georg. 1828-42. The history of Rome. Translated by J. C. Hare, C. Thirlwall, W. Smith, and I. Schmitz. 3 vols. Cambridge and London. [Edition unknown]
Prescott, William Hickling. 1843. History of the conquest of Mexico, with a preliminary view of the ancient Mexican civilization and the life of Hernando Cortes. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Robberds, John Warden. 1843. A memoir of the life and writings of the late William Taylor, of Norwich. 2 vols. London.
Scott, Walter. 1808. The life of John Dryden. London. [Edition unknown]
Stanhope, Philip Dormer. 1774. Letters written by the Earl of Chesterfield to his son Philip Stanhope. Published by Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Thomson, Katherine. 1839. Memoirs of Sarah Duchess of Marlborough, and of the court of Queen Anne. 2 vols. London.

14v

1844
May 26th  
Ld Somerville Facts on sheep & Husbandry &c [Somerville 1803]
Hogg (Ettrick Shepherd) on Sheep — nothing [Hogg 1807]
Marshall Rural OEconomy of Yorkshire 2 vols. [Marshall 1788] (all his works must be read
Whites Regular Gradation of Man [White 1799]
The Bee (by Anderson) 2 vols. nothing [The Bee]
Townsends Journey through Spain 3 vols. (do) [Townsend 1791]
Revd G. Landt Description of Feroe [Landt 1810]
T. A. Knight Treatise on the Culture of the Apple & Pear [Knight 1797]
Anderson Tour to Hebrides & Report on Fisheries; nothing [Anderson 1785]
June 25.
Woodward Shipwreck on Celebes [Woodard 1804]
Spallanzani's Travels in Sicily (very poor) [Spallanzani 1798]
July 5th    
Owens Lectures on Invertebrata [Owen 1843-6]
Aug 1       
Bradley's Husbandry 3. vols. (nothing) scarcely [Bradley 1724]
10    
Johnson's Field Sports of India (nothing) [Johnson 1822]
Sept:
Acerbis Travels. nothing. [Acerbi 1802]
Annals of Nat. Hist & Gardener's Magazine  [Annals of Natural History and Gardener's Magazine]
12     
Backhouse Narr: of Visit to Mauritius & G. Good Hope very poor [Backhouse 1844]
Oct 1       
Owen on Mylodon Robustus References at end. [R. Owen 1842].
7th    
Scrope's deer Stalking (abstracted) [Scrope 1838]
do Salmon Fishing in Tweed (do) [Scrope 1843]
20th  
Reflections  on   the  Study  of Nature  by  Linnaeus, (translated) nothing. — [Linnaeus 1785]
Essay on the Philos: of Nat. Hist by C. Fothergill abstracted [Fothergill 1813].
J. Andersons Recreation in Agriculture & Nat. Hist. 3 first volumes Read. 6 vols: finished [Anderson 1799-1803]

Acerbi, Giuseppe. 1802. Travels through Sweden, Finland, and Lapland, to the North Cape, in the years 1798 and 1799. London.
Anderson, James. 1785. An account of the present state of the Hebrides, and western coasts of Scotland being the substance of a report to the Lords of Treasury together with the evidence given before the Committee of Fisheries. Edinburgh.
Anderson, James. 1799-1803. Reflections in agriculture, natural-history, arts, and miscellaneous literature. 6 vols. London.
Backhouse, James. 1844. A narrative of a visit to the Mauritius and South Africa. London.
Bradley, Richard. 1724. A general treatise of husbandry and gardening. 3 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Fothergill, Charles. 1813. An essay on the philosophy, study, and use of natural history. London.
Hogg, James (the Ettrick Shepherd). 1807. The sheperd's guide; being a practical treatise on the diseases of sheep, their causes, and the best means of preventing them, with observations on the most suitable farm-stocking for the various climates of this country. Edinburgh.
Johnson, Daniel. 1822. Sketches of field sports as followed by the natives of India. With observations on the animals. London. [Edition unknown]
Knight, Thomas Andrew. 1797. A treatise on the culture of the apple and pear, and on the manufacture of cider and perry. Ludlow. [Edition unknown]
Landt, Jörgen. 1810. A description of the Feroe Islands, containing an account of their situation, climate, and productions, together with the manners and customs of the inhabitants, their trade. Translated from the Danish. London.
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné). 1785. Reflections on the study of nature. Translated from the Latin. London. [Edition unknown]
Marshall, William. 1788. The rural economy of Yorkshire. Comprizing the management of landed estates, and the present practice of husbandry in the agricultural districts of that county. 2 vols. London.
Owen, Richard. 1842. Description of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic sloth, Mylodon robustus. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Owen, Richard. 1843-6. Lectures on the comparative anatomy and physiology of the invertebrate animals. 2 vols. London.
Scrope, William. 1838. The art of deer-stalking, illustrated by a narrative of a few days' sport in the forest of Atholl. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 70-3.]
Scrope, William. 1843. Days and nights of salmon fishing in the Tweed, with a short account of the natural history and habits of the salmon. London.
Somerville, John Southey Somerville. 1803. Facts and observations relating to Sheep, Wool, Ploughs and Oxen: in which the importance of improving the short-woolled breeds by a mixture of the Merino blood is deduced from actual practice. Together with some remarks on the advantages which have been derived from the use of salt. London: Printed for W. Miller.
Spallanzani, Lazzaro. 1798. Travels in the Two Sicilies, and some parts of the Apennines. Translated from the original Italian. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
The Bee, or literary weekly intelligencer. Edited by J. Anderson. Edinburgh. 1791-4.
Townsend, Joseph. 1791. A journey through Spain in the years 1786 and 1787; with particular attention to the agriculture, manufactures, commerce, population, taxes and revenue of that country. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
White, Charles. 1799. An account of the regular gradation in man, and in different animals and vegetables; and from the former to the latter. London.
Woodard, David. 1804. The narrative of Captain David Woodard and four seamen, who lost their ship and surrendered themselves up to the Malays, in the Island of Celebes. Together with narratives of various escapes from shipwrecks. [Edited by W. Vaughen.] London.

15r [blank]

15v

1844 & 5
Oct 20.    
Lloyd Field Sports of N. of Europe. (abstracted) [Lloyd 1830]
Nov 20.     
Troill letters on Iceland [Troil 1780]
Vestiges of the Nat. History of Creation [[Chambers] 1844]
Poeppig Reisen — skimmed. — [Pöppig 1835-6]
Meyens Reisen in Chile (skimmed) [Meyen 1834-5]    J
Dec 1st    
Jesse Gleanings (3d series) full of ill-attested stories. [Jesse 1832-5]
25     
Moor & Loch by Colquehoun [Colquhoun 1840]
Tasmanian Journal. Vol I p. 79-159 & p. 241 to 319. to end of Vol. Vol. II p. 1 to 240 [Tasmanian Journal of Natural Sciences, Agriculture, Statistics, &c.]
30th
London Journal of Botany. Vol II. p 1 to 56 (& p. 113 to 168 Bought)
(& p. 341 to 396 nothing) (& p. 397 to 452 Bought) [London Journal of Botany]
30th
Sillimans Journal vol. 44 p. 1 to 216 [American Journal of Science and Arts] vol 45 — Whole vol.
vol 47 p 221 to 424. 2d. Series, vol 3. p. 1 to 312
30th
Colquhoun (John) The Moor & the Loch [Colquhoun 1840]
Jan 29th  
Richardson Fauna Americana 2 vols [Richardson  1829-37]  except Fishes, which read if Yarrell does not compare British with N. American — [Yarrell 1836]
March   
I. G. St.Hilaire Anomalies 3. vols. [Geoffroy  Saint-Hilaire 1832-7]
Wilkes. Voyage Vol I. to V [Wilkes 1845]
Apr
Agricola. translated by Bradley = nothing = [Agricola 1721]
May.      
Communications to the Board of Agriculture Vol. I (very little) [Communications to the Board of Agriculture]
Highland Soc. Prize Essays. Vol. I and Vol II 1803: Edited by H. Mackenzie nothing this seems all [Prize Essays and Transactions of the Highland Society of Scotland]

Agricola, Georg Andreas. 1721. A philosophical treatise of husbandry and gardening; being a new method of cultivating and increasing all sorts of trees, shrubs, and flowers. Revised by Richard Bradley. London.
American Journal of Science and Arts. Edited by B. Silliman. New Haven, Conn. 1818-45. Second series, 1846-. [Vols. 38 and 45 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR74: 116-36; 205.9(2): 87-100.]
[Chambers, Robert]. 1844. Vestiges of the natural history of creation. London.
Colquhoun, John. 1840. The moor and the loch: containing practical hints on most of the Highland sports; and notices of the habits of the different creatures of game and prey in the mountainous districts of Scotland. Edinburgh and London. [Abstract in DAR71: 164-5.]
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore. 1832-7. Histoire générale et particulière des anomalies de l'organisation chez l'homme et les animaux ou traité de tératologie. 3 vols, and atlas. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Jesse, Edward. 1832-5. Gleanings in natural history. 3 series. London.
Lloyd, Llewellyn. 1830. Field sports in the north of Europe; comprised in a personal narrative of a residence in Sweden and Norway, in the years 1827-28. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 80-1.]
London Journal of Botany. Edited by W. J. Hooker. London. 1842-8. [Abstract in DAR73: 60.]
Meyen, Franz Julius Ferdinand. 1834-5. Reise um die Erde ausgeführt auf dem Königlich Preussischen Seehandlungs-Schiffe Prinzess Louise, commandirt von Capitan W. Wendt, in den Jahren 1830, 1831 und 1832. 3 vols. (Vol. 1, bk 2: 'Beobachtungen und Bemerkungen über Chile'. Berlin. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 33.]
Pöppig, Eduard Friedrich. 1835-6. Reise in Chile, Peru und auf dem Amazonenstrome während der Jahre 1827-1832. 2 vols. Leipzig. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 32.]
Richardson, John. 1829-37. Fauna Boreali-Americana; or the zoology of the northern parts of British America. Assisted by William Swainson and William Kirby. 4 vols. London. [Vols. 1-3 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics, &c. Tasmania. 1842-9.
Troil, Uno von. 1780. Letters on Iceland: containing observations on the civil, literary, ecclesiastical, and natural history made during a voyage undertaken in 1772, by Joseph Banks assisted by Dr. Solander. [Translated from the Swedish.] London. [Edition unknown]
Wilkes, Charles. 1845. Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition during the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842. 5 vols. Philadelphia. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 37.]
Yarrell, William. 1836. A history of British fishes. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]

16r

1844 & 5
Burne's Bokhara (3. vols) [Burnes 1834]
Nov. 20             
Liebig's familiar letters on Chemistry [Liebig 1843]
Ranke's Popes of Rome 3 vols [Ranke 1840]
30th 
Arnolds life 3 vols [Stanley 1844]
Jan 5th            
Mahon Ld History IV vol: [Stanhope 1836-54]
14   
Thaleba by Southey (very poor) [Southey 1801]
30th
Laings Tour in Norway [Laing 1836]
Burnes Cabool 1 vol [Burnes 1834]
Southeys Thaleba [Southey 1801]
Sir Stamford Raffles Memoirs. (poor) [Raffles 1830]
Whately's Remarks on Shakespeare [Whately 1785]
March.  
Crawfurds Embassy Court of Ava 2 vols [Crawfurd 1829]
Amber-witch [Meinhold 1844]
Cowper's Iliad (part of) [Cowper trans. 1791]
20    
Mitford Greece 3d [Mitford 1784-1818]
25th
Forbes Alps [Forbes 1843]
Crawfords Embassy to Siam [Crawfurd 1828]
May.
Blanco White. Auto-biography. — [Blanco y Crespo 1845]
24     
Improvisatore [Andersen 1845]
IV & V. volumes of Mitfords History [Mitford 1784-1818]

Andersen, Hans Christian. 1845. The improvisatore; or, life in Italy. Translated by Mary Howitt. London.
Blanco y Crespo, José Maria (Joseph Blanco White). 1845. The life of the Rev. Joseph Blanco White, written by himself; with portions of his correspondence. Edited by John Hamilton Thorn. 3 vols. London.
Burnes, Alexander. 1834. Travels into Bokhara; being the account of a journey from India to Cabool, Tartary, and Persia. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Cowper, William, trans. 1791. The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer, translated into English blank verse by William Cowper. 2 vols. London.
Crawfurd, John. 1828. Journal of en embassy from the Governor-general of India to the Courts of Siam and Cochin China; exhibiting a view of the actual state of those kingdoms. London.
Crawfurd, John. 1829. Journal of an embassy from the Governor-general of India to the court of Ava. London. [Edition unknown]
Forbes, James David. 1843. Travels through the Alps of Savoy and other parts of the Pennine Chain, with observations on the phenomena of glaciers. Edinburgh.
Laing, Samuel. 1836. Journal of a residence in Norway, during the years 1834, 1835 and 1836. London. [Edition unknown]
Liebig, Justus von. 1843. Familiar letters on chemistry and its relation to commerce, physiology, and agriculture. Edited by J. Gardner. London.
Meinhold, Wilhelm. 1844. Mary Schweidler, the amber witch. The most interesting trial for witchcraft ever known. Printed from an imperfect manuscript by her father, Abraham Schweidler. Translated from the German by Lady Duff Gordon. London. [Edition unknown]
Mitford, William. 1784-1818. The history of Greece. 5 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Raffles, Sophia. 1830. Memoir of the life and public services of Sir T. S. Raffles and selections from his correspondence. London.
Ranke, Leopold von. 1840. The ecclesiastical and political history of the popes of Rome during the sixteenth and seventeeth centuries. Translated from the German by Sarah Austin. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Southey, Robert. 1801. Thalaba the destroyer. (A metrical romance). 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Stanhope, Philip Henry (Lord Mahon). 1836-54. History of England from the peace of Utrecht to the peace of Versailles. 7 vols. London.
Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn. 1844. The life and correspondence of Thomas Arnold. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

16v

1845 & 1846
May 31.    
Strzelecki's Australia [Strzelecki 1845]
Martin on the Dog [Martin 1845]
Boston Journ. of Nat Hist. Vol. 4: p. 377 to end. [Boston Journal of Natural History]
June 8th    
Wilson Voyage Round Scotland (poor) [Wilson 1842]
M. Gerard sur l'Espèce extract Diet. Univer. d'Hist. Nat. largely marked in my copy. [Gérard 1844]
Decandoelle. Geograph. Bot. Dict. des Sci. Nat. marked [de Candolle 1820]
12
Watertons Essays in Nat. Hist. 2nd Series [Waterton 1844]
26
D. d'Urville 2d voyage. slightly skimmed Miserable [Dumont d'Urville [1841-54]]
Aug 5th
Lyells Travels in N. America [Lyell 1845]
Oct
Cosmos. Vol. 1 [von Humboldt 1845-8]
Nov 12
Martin on the Horse [Martin 1845b]
Hitchock's Geology of Mass: (skimmed) [Hitchcock 1841]
30    
Gerard. Diet. Univ. d'Hist Nat. articles on 'Froment' 'Generation Spont:' 'Genus' 'Zoogenie or Geograph. Distrib:' [Gérard 1844-5]
Dec. 10     
Ray. Society. Vol I. Reports. — [Ray Society 1845]
20     
Dr Badham insect Life [Badham 1845]
Jan 5th
Watertons Wanderings [Waterton 1825]
15
Low's Domesticated Animals [Low 1845]
30.   
Webb & Berthelot. Geograph. Bot of Canary isl?? (My notes with Hookers Copy) [Webb and Berthelot 1836-50]
Feb 6       
Explanations by Author of Vestiges [[Chambers] 1845]
Bronn's Gesickte 2d Vol [Bronn 1842-3]

Badham, Charles David. 1845. Insect life. Edinburgh and London.
Boston Journal of Natural History. Boston. 1834-. [Abstract in DAR74: 161-8.]
Bronn, Heinrich Georg. 1842-3. Handbuch einer Geschichte der Natur. 2 vols. Stuttgart. [Darwin Library in CUL Abstract in DAR91: 73.]
Candolle, Augustin Pyramus de. 1820. Géographie botanique. In vol. 18, pp. 259-422, of Cuvier, Frédéric Georges, ed., Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles. 61 vols. Strasbourg and Paris. 1816-45.
[Chambers, Robert.] 1845. Explanations: A sequel to "Vestiges of the natural history of creation." By the author of that work. London. [Abstract in DAR205.9(2): 215.]
Dumont d'Urville, Jules Sébastien César. [1841-54]. Voyage au pôle sud et dans L'Océanie sur les corvettes L'Astrolabe et La Zélée, 1837-40. 23 vols. Paris. [Abstract in DAR205.3: 47-9.]
Gérard, Frédéric. 1844. De l'espèce dans les corps organisés. Extract from Orbigny, Alcide Charles Victor Dessalines d', ed., Dictionnaire universel d'histoire naturelle, vol. 5, pp. 428-52. [Darwin Pamphlet Collection in CUL.]
Gérard, Frédéric. 1844-5. Froment; Generation spontané; Genus; Géographie zoologique. In Orbigny, Alcide Charles Victor Dessalines d', ed., Dictionnaire universel d'histoire naturelle. 13 vols. Paris. 1842-9.
Hitchcock, Edward. 1841. Final report on the geology of Massachusetts. 2 vols. Amherst and Northampton, Mass. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1845-8. Kosmos; a general survey of the physical phenomena of the universe. Translated by Augustin Prichard. 2 vols. London.
Low, David. 1845. On the domesticated animals of the British Islands: comprehending the natural and economical history of species and varieties; the description of external form, and observations on the principles and practice of breeding. Edinburgh and London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lyell, Charles. 1845. Travels in North America; with geological observations on the United States, Canada, and Nova Scotia. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Martin, William Charles Limweus. 1845. The history of the dog: its origin and its principal varieties. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Martin, William Charles Limweus. 1845. The history of the horse: its origin with an appendix on the diseases of the horse. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Ray Society. 1845. Reports on the progress of zoology and botany, 1841-2. Edinburgh. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Strzelecki, Paul Edmund de. 1845. Physical description of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Waterton, Charles. 1825. Wanderings in South America. London. [Edition unknown]
Waterton, Charles. 1844. Essays on natural history. 2d series. London.
Wilson, James. 1842. A voyage round the coasts of Scotland and the Isles. 2 vols. Edinburgh.

17r

1845
June 20           
Two first vols of Ld Malmsbury correspondence & Journal. — [Harris 1844]
Aug 15th 
Arnolds Rome 3. vols [Arnold 1838-43]
Sept 3d
Brewster's Life of Sir. I. Newton [Brewster 1831]
20           
Franklins Narrative 1st Expedition [Franklin 1823]
Oct 4             
Drinkwater Siege of Gibraltar [Drinkwater 1785]
Nina [Bremer 1844]
Cromwell & Bunyan Lives (Southey) [Southey 1844]
Oct 10th
Lewis Journal in W. Indies [Lewis 1834]
Nov 7
Life of Lavater [Heisch 1842]
25
Mrs Meredith. N.S. Wales [Twamley 1844]
Whewell on Education [Whewell 1845-52]
Dec 26
Watson History of Philip 2d (3 vols:) [Watson 1779]
30
Heber's Indian Journal [Heber 1828]
31
Kitto on Deafness [Kitto 1845]
the French in Algiers [Lamping 1845]
1846
Jan 10th
Mackintosh life of More [Mackintosh 1844]
28
Malmsbury correspondence Vol III & IV [Harris 1844]      
Lockart Life of Walter Scot [Lockhart 1837-8]

Arnold, Thomas. 1838-43. History of Rome. 3 vols. London.
Bremer, Fredrika. 1844. Nina. Translated from the Swedish by E. A. Friedlaender. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Brewster, David. 1831. The life of Sir Isaac Newton. London. [Edition unknown]
Drinkwater, afterwards Bethune, John. 1785. A history of the late siege of Gibraltar, with a description and account of that garrison, from the earliest periods. London. [Edition unknown]
Franklin, John. 1823. Narrative of a journey to the shores of the Polar Sea, in the years 1819, 1820, 1821, and 1822. London. [Edition unknown]
Harris, James. 1844. Diaries and correspondence of James Harris, first Earl of Malmesbury. 4 vols. London.
Heber, Reginald. 1828. Narrative of a journey through the upper provinces of India from Calcutta to Bombay 1824-25. [Edited by Emilia Heber.] 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Heisch, P. I. 1842. Memoirs of J. C. Lavater [compiled chiefly from the biographies by G. Gessner and F. T. Herbst]. To which is added, Lavater's corresponence with the Oberlins. London and Aberdeen.
Kitto, John. 1845. Deafness. Series I of The lost senses. 2 parts London.
Lamping, Clemens. 1845. The French in Algiers. Translated from the German and French by Lady Duff Gordon. (Murray's Home and Colonial Library.) London.
Lewis, Matthew Gregory. 1834. Journal of a West Indian proprietor, kept during a residence in Jamaica. London. [Edition unknown]
Lockhart, John Gibson. 1837-8. Memoirs of the life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 7 vols. Edinburgh and London.
[Mackintosh, James]. 1844. The life of Sir Thomas More. London.
Southey, Robert. 1844. Select biographies. Cromwell and Bunyan. London.
Twamley, afterwards Meredith, Louisa Anne. 1844. Notes and sketches of New South Wales during a residence in that colony from 1839 to 1844. London.
Watson, Robert. 1779. The history of the reign of Philip the second, king of Spain. 3d ed. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Whewell, William. 1845-52. Of a liberal education in general; and with particular reference to the leading studies of the University of Cambridge. 3 parts London.

17v

1846
Feb 1st  
Metzger Getreidarten [Metzger 1841]
Alison on Instinct  [Alison 1847]
Art. Generation Encyclop. of Anat & Phy. [Thompson 1839]
Feb 28     
Marshall Rural Economy of Norfolk [Marshall 1787]
Linnaeus Tour in Lapland [Linnaeus 1811]
Mar 18th
Hofacker ueber den Eigenschaften [Hofacker 1828]
20th
Hilaire Augt St. Leçons de Morph. Bot. [Saint-Hilaire 1841]
Apr 10
Wagners Anatomy by Tulk (half through) [Wagner 1845]
24
Steenstrup on Alternate Generations [Steenstrup 1845]
May 8th
Fremont Expedition. References at end [Fremont 1845]
9th
Moquin Tandon. Teratologie Vegetable [Moquin-Tandon 1841]
Owens Fossil British Mammalia [Owen 1846]
27th
Elie de Beaumont  Leçons Geologie  skimmed. [Eue de Beaumont 1845]
June 17th
Downing Fruit & Forest trees of America [Downing 1845]
24
Hopkirks Flora Anomala [Hopkirk 1817]
July 8th
Sageret's Mem: sur les Cucurbitaceae — [Sageret 1826]
16
Bot. Reports. Ray. Soc. [Ray Society 1846]
Nov. 12
Mem. of Geolog. Survey Vol I [Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain]
Mem. Acad. R.  (savans Etranges) Vol. V. and VI. [Mémoires présentés pars divers Savans à l'Académie des Sciences]
28th
Glöger Abarden der Vogel. — [Glöger 1833]
Decr 1
Meyens Geography of Plants [Meyen 1846]
12
Metzger Kultiverten Kohlarten [Metzger 1833]
25     
Annales des Sciences Nat. Tom 1. to 30 (1st series) [Annales des Sciences Naturelles]
— 3d series. Bot & Zoolog. to end of Tom VI. — [Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Botanique) ; Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Zoologie)]

Alison, William Pulteney. 1847. Instinct. In vol. 3, pp. 1-29, of Todd, Robert Bentley, The cyclopedia of anatomy and physiology. 5 vols. London. 1836-59.
Annales des Sciences Naturelles, comprenant la Physiologie animale et végétale (Botanique). Paris. 1834-43. Second series, 1844-53. Third series, 1854-. [2d ser. vols. 15 and 16 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR72: 83-116.]
Annales des Sciences Naturelles, comprenant la Physiologie animale et végétale (Zoologie). Paris. 1834-43. Second series, 1844-53. Third series, 1854-. [2d ser. vols. 15 and 16 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR72: 62-3.]
Fremont, John Charles. 1845. Report of the exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842; and to the Oregon and North California, in the years 1843 and 1844. Washington. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Glöger, Constantin Wilhelm Lambert. 1833. Das Abändern der Vögel durch Einfluss des Klimas. Breslau and Kiel. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Hofacker, Johann Daniel. 1828. Ueber die Eigenschaften welche sich bei Menschen und Thieren von den Eltern auf die Nachkommen vererben. Tübingen. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Hopkirk, Thomas. 1817. Flora Anomoia. A general view of the anomalies in the vegetable kingdom. Glasgow.
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné). 1811. Lachesis Lapponica; or, a tour in Lapland, now first published from the original manuscript journal of the celebrated Linnaus; by J. E. Smith. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 68-9.]
Marshall, William. 1787. The rural economy of Norfolk. Comprising the management of landed estates, and the present practice of husbandry in that county. 2 vols. London.
Mémoires présentés par divers Savans à l'Académie des Sciences de l'Institut de France; ou, collection des mémoires des savans étrangers. Paris. 1827-. [Abstract in DAR73: 53.]
Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and of the Museum of Economic Geology in London. London. 1846-.
Metzger, Johann. 1833. Systematische Beschreibung der kultiverten Kohlarten. Heidelberg.
Metzger, Johann. 1841. Die Getreidearten und Wiesengräser. Heidelberg. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Meyen, Franz Julius Ferdinand. 1846. Outlines of the geography of plants. Translated from the German by Margaret Johnston. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Moquin-Tandon, Horace Benedict Alfred. 1841. Éléments de tératologie végétale, ou histoire abrégée des anomalies de l'organisation dans les végétaux. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Owen, Richard. 1846. A history of British fossil mammals and birds. London.
Ray Society. 1846. Reports and papers on botany. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Sageret, Augustin. 1826. Mémoire sur les Cucurbitacées, principalement sur le melon, avec des considérations sur la production des hybrides, des variétés etc. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Saint-Hilaire, Augustin François César Prouvençal (Auguste de). 1841. Leçons de botanique, comprenant principalement la morphologie végétale, la terminologie, la botanique comparée, l'examen de la valeur des charactères dans les diverses familles naturelles
. Paris.
Steenstrup, Johannes Japetus Smith. 1845. On the alternation of generations. Translated from the German edition by George Busk. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Thompson, Allen. 1839. Generation. In vol. 2, pp. 424-80, of Todd, Robert Bentley, ed., The cyclopedia of anatomy and physiology. 5 vols, in 6. London. 1836-59.
Wagner, Rudolph. 1845. Elements of the comparative anatomy of the vertebrate animals. Edited from the German by A. Tulk. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]

18r

1846
Feb. 12
1 & 2 vol. of Wilkinson's Manner & Customs of Aegyptians. — [Wilkinson 1837-41]
April 10
3d vol of do
W. Scotts Life — read aloud [Lockart 1837-8]
April 12th
Carlyles Oliver Cromwell [Carlyle 1845]
May 5
Ray's Memorials of [Ray 1846]
10th
The Falcon Family [[Savage] 1845]
27th
Keppells Expedition to Borneo [Keppel 1846]
31
Fox's Hist of James 2d [Fox 1808]
June 23d
Guizot's History of Civil War [Guizot 1838]
July 13
Sir J. Mackintosh. Misc. Works. 2 & 1/2 3 vols: [Mackintosh 1846]
Aug 10
Appendix to Carlyle's Cromwell [Carlyle 1845]
Sept 9th
Arnolds Roman History two last vols: [Arnold 1838-43]
Oct 6
Livonian Tales [[Rigby] 1846]
Mahon Life of Great Condé [Stanhope 1845]
9
Playfair life of Hutton [Playfair [1797]]
Nov 1.
Fichte's Destination of Man skimmed [Fichte 1846]
14th
Wellington Despatches Vol I. II. III [Wellesley 1834-9]
Dec 12th
The Emigrant by Sir F. B. Head [Head 1846]
16th
Burton's Life of D. Hume — [Burton 1846]
30      
Hockelaga by E. Warburton [[Warburton] 1846]
31.
Holmes life of Mozart [Holmes 1845]
Ford's Spain, skimmed, miserable [Ford 1846]

Arnold, Thomas. 1838-43. History of Rome. 3 vols. London.
Burton, John Hill. 1846. Life and correspondence of David Hume. 2 vols. Edinburgh.
Carlyle, Thomas. 1843. Past and present. London. [Edition unknown]
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb. 1846. The destination of man. Translated from the German by Mrs. P. Sinnett. London.
Ford, Richard. 1846. Gatherings from Spain. By the author of the Handbook of Spain, chiefly selected from that work, with much new matter. London.
Fox, Charles James. 1808. A history of the early part of the reign of James the Second. London. [Edition unknown]
Guizot, François Pierre Guillaume. 1838. History of the English revolution, from the accession of Charles I. Translated by L. H. R. Coutier. 2 vols. Oxford. [Edition unknown]
Head, Francis Bond. 1846. The emigrant. London. [Edition unknown]
Holmes, Edward. 1845. The life of Mozart, including his correspondence. London.
Keppel, Henry. 1846. The expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of piracy; with extracts from the journal of J. Brooke Esq., of Sarawak. 2 vols. London.
Lockhart, John Gibson. 1837-8. Memoirs of the life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 7 vols. Edinburgh and London.
[Mackintosh, James]. 1846. The miscellaneous works of  Sir James Mackintosh. [Edited by Robert James Mackintosh.] 3 vols. London.
Playfair, John. [1797]. Biographical account of James Hutton. [Edinburgh].
Ray, John. 1846. Memorials of John Ray. Edited by Edwin Lankester. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
[Rigby, Elizabeth]. 1846. Livonian tales. London.
[Savage, M. W.]. 1845. The Falcon family; or,young Ireland. London.
Stanhope, Philip Henry (Lord Mahon). 1845. The life of Louis, Prince of Condé, surnamed the great. Translated from the French. London.
[Warburton, George Drought]. 1846. Hochelaga; or, England in the New World. Edited by Eliot Warburton. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Wellesley, Arthur, Duke of Wellington. 1834-9. The dispatches of the Duke of Wellington from 1799 to 1818. Compiled by J. Gurwood. 13 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Wilkinson, John Gardner. 1837-41. Manners and customs of the ancient Egyptians. 6 vols. London. [Edition unknown]

18v

1847.
Jan 14th  
Mem: du Museum Tom. V. & VII [Mémoires du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle]
Annales des Sciences 3d series Tom VI. Bot p.142 to p.192. Chevreul on species [Chevreul 1846]
30     
M. Edwards. Geograph Distrib of Crustacea 3d Tom. of Suite de Buffon [Milne-Edwards 1834-40]
March 5th    
St. John's Highlands [Saint John 1846]
8th
Tschudis Travels in Peru [von Tschudi 1847]
15.    
Skimmed 7th Edit of Lyell's Elements [Lyell 1847]
Owen Lectures Fish [Owen 1846b]
22d
Minding Geograph. Verberitung. (poor) [Minding 1829]
April 3d
Annal. des Sc. Nat: Second Series   all Tom I to Tom. XX [Annales des Sciences Naturelles]
7
Malthus on population (2d time) [Malthus 1826]
12
Brickell's Nat. Hist of N. Carolina [Brickell 1737]
A. Thiebaut-de-Berneaud  Memoire  sur la  culture  des  Dahlies. (nothing) [Thiébaut de Berneaud 1812]
Sageret Pomologie Physiologique [Sageret 1830]
19
Abhand. Konig. Ak. Berlin. 1834. Müller on Myxine [Müller 1837]
20th
Royle Illust. of Botany of Himalaya [Royle 1839]
23d
Lawrence Lectures on Man poor [Lawrence 1819]
Virey Philosoph. d'Hist Nat. poor [Virey 1835]
Alder & Hancock. Nudibran Mollus to P. 3 [Alder and Hancock 1845-55]
Burmeister on Trilobites [Burmeister 1846]
29th
Hog. on culture of Carnations (nothing) [Hogg [1820]]
May 6th
Wernerian Transact. Vol. 1 //Part I of Vol 2// Vol 4. Vol. 5./ Vol 7/. I doubt whether rest worth looking at; perhaps vol. 6 &, 8 if published. — vol. 7 published end 1838. — [Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society]

Alder, Joshua and Hancock, Albany. 1845-55. A monograph of the British Nudibranchiate Mollusca: with figures of all the species. 7 parts London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Annales des Sciences Naturelles, comprenant la Physiologie animale et végétale. Paris. 1824-33. [Abstract in DAR74: 8-54.]
Brickell, John. 1737. The natural history of North Carolina; with an account of the trade, manners, and customs of the Christian and Indian inhabitants. Dublin. [Edition unknown]
Burmeister, Karl Hermann Konrad. 1846. The organization of the Trilobites. Translated from the German by Thomas Bell and Edward Forbes. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Chevreul, Michel Eugène. 1846. Considérations générales sur le variations des individus qui composent les groupes appelés, en histoire naturelle, variétés, races, sous-espèces et espèces. Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Botanique) 3d ser. 6: 142-214.
Hogg, Thomas. [1820]. A concise and practical treatise on the growth and culture of the carnation, pink, auricula, polyanthus, ranunculus, tulip, and other flowers. London. [Edition unknown]
Lawrence, William. 1819. Lectures on physiology, zoology, and the natural history of man. London. [2d ed. (1822) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Lyell, Charles. 1847. Principles of geology; or, the modern changes of the earth and its inhabitants considered as illustrative of geology. 7th ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR72: 79.]
Malthus, Thomas Robert. 1826. An essay on the principle of population. 6th ed. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Mémoires du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris. 1815-32. [Abstract in DAR73: 19.]
Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society. Edinburgh. 1808-38. [Abstract in DAR73: 149-51.]
Milne-Edwards, Henri. 1834-40. Histoire naturelle des crustacés, comprenant l'anatomie, la physiologie et la classification de ces animaux. 3 vols. (Suites à Buffon.) Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR205.3: 132-5.]
Minding, Julius. 1829. Ueber die geographische Vertheilung der Säugethiere. Berlin.
Müller, Johannes. 1837. Vergleichende Anatomie der Myxinoiden. Zweiter Theil: Über den eigenthümlichen Bau des Gehörorganes bei den Cyclostomen, mit Bemerkungen über die ungleiche Ausbilding der Sinnesorgane bei den Myxinoiden. Abhandlungen der königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 15-48.
Owen, Richard. 1846. Lectures on the comparative anatomy and physiology of the vertebrate animals. Part 1: Fishes. London.
Royle, John Forbes. 1839. Illustrations of the botany and other branches of the natural history of the Himalayan mountains, and of the flora of Cashmere. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 20-5.]
Sageret, Augustin. 1830. Pomologiephysiologique. 2 parts Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Saint John, Charles William George. 1846. Short Sketches of the Wild Sports and Natural History of the Highlands. London.
Thiébaut de Berneaud, Arsène. 1812. Mémoire sur la culture des dahlies. Paris.
Tschudi, Friedrich von. 1856. Sketches of nature in the Alps. Translated from the German. 2 parts London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR71: 66-7: 205.2: 124.]
Virey, Julien-Joseph. 1835. Philosophie de l'histoire naturelle; ou, phénomènes de l'organisation des animaux et des végétaux. Paris.

19r

1847
Jan 13th
Life of Tcholtzee (very good) [?Zschokke 1845] 8       
Feb 8
IV, V & VI vols of Wellington Despatches [Wellesley 1834-9]
17th 
Arts & Manufactures. Christian K... Soc [Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge 1848]
March 3d
Life of Jean Paul Richter [Lee ed. 1845]
April
VI & VII. vol. of Madame d'Arblay [Burney 1842-6]
15th
Phillip's life of W. Smith [Phillips 1844]
30th
Abridged Despatches Duke Wellington [?Wellesley 1841]
May 6th
Scotts Narrative of Shipwreck on China [Scott 1841]
20
Eyres Travels in S. Australia [Eyre 1845]
Jun 4th
Sidney Smiths Works [Smith 1839-40]
July 19th
Services of the Nemesis. —good [Bernard 1844]
30
Von Ensigen's Memoirs Col. Lib [Varnhagen von Ense 1847]
Aug 25.
North's lives of L. North interesting [North 1826]
Sept 13
Sismondi. Polit. Econ. Essay translated , poor 1. [Simonde de Sismondi 1847]
Nov 1
Goethe Autobiography I Part queer [Goethe 1824]
20    
Life of Folien. — rather good [Folien 1844]
25     
Malcolms Sketches of Persia Colon. Library fair [[Malcolm] 1828]
Dec 5th    
Segur's Expedition to Russia most interesting [Ségur 1825]
28th  
Sir J. Barrow autobiography. — poor [Barrow 1847]

Barrow, John. 1847. An auto-biographical memoir of Sir John Barrow including reflections, observations, and reminiscences at home and abroad, from early life to advanced age. London.
Bernard, William Dallas. 1844. Narrative of the voyages and services of the Nemesis, from 1840 to 1843 in China; comprising a complete account of the colony of Hong Kong, and remarks on the character and habits of the Chinese, from notes of Commander W. H. Hall. 2 vols. London.
Burney, afterwards D'Arblay, Frances. 1842-6. Diary and letters of Madame d'Arblay. (1778-1840). Edited by her niece. 7 vols. London.
Eyre, Edward John. 1845. Journals of expeditions of discovery into Central Australia, and overland from Adelaide to King George's Sound, in 1840-1, including an account of the manners and customs of the Aborigines, and the state of their relations with Europeans. 2 vols. London.
Folien, Eliza Lee. 1844. The life of Charles Folien. Boston. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 1824. Memoirs of Goethe: written by himself. 2 vols. London.
Lee, Eliza Buckminster, ed. 1845. Life of Jean Paul Friedrich Richter, compiled from various sources. Together with his autobiography. Translated from the German. 2 vols. (The Catholic Series.) London.
Malcolm, John. 1828. Sketches of Persia, from the journals of a traveller in the East. 2d ed. 2 vols. London.
North, Roger. 1826. The lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guildford, the Hon. Sir Dudley North, and the Hon. and Rev. Dr. John North. A new edition. 3 vols. London.
Phillips, John. 1844. Memoirs of William Smith, author of the "Map of the strata of England and Wales." London.
Scott, John Lee. 1841. Narrative of a recent imprisonment in China after the wreck of the Kite. London.
Ségur, Philippe Paul de. 1825. Histoire de Napoléon et de la Grande Armée pendant l'année 1812. 2 vols. Brussels. [Edition unknown]
Simonde de Sismondi, Jean Charles Léonard. 1847. Political economy, and the philosophy of government; a series of essays selected from the works of Sismondi. Translated from the French. London.
Smith, Charles Hamilton. 1839-40. The natural history of dogs. Vols. 4 and 5 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 1848. The useful arts and manufactures of Great Britain. London.
Varnhagen von Ense, Karl August Ludwig Philipp. Sketches of German life, and scenes from the war of liberation in Germany. Selected and translated from the mémoires of Varnhagen von Ense by Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
. (Murray's Home and Colonial Library.) London.
Wellesley, Arthur, Duke of Wellington. 1834-9. The dispatches of the Duke of Wellington from 1799 to 1818. Compiled by J. Gurwood. 13 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Wellesley, Arthur, Duke of Wellington. 1841. Selections from the despatches and general orders of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington. By Lieut. Col. Gurwood. London.
Zschokke, Heinrich. 1845. Autobiography of Heinrich Zschokke. London.

19v

1847.
May 6th
Gardner's Travels in Brazil [Gardner 1846]
10th
Dr Joseph Adams. Philosoph. Treatise on Hereditary Diseases — 2d Edit. 1815 [Adams 1815]
May 12th
Necker. Mem. les Oiseaux de Geneve [Necker 1823]
Owen on pearly Nautilus. — [Owen 1832]
20th  
Temminck. Hist. Nat. des Pigeons et Gallinacés [Temminck 1813-15]
30th  
Silliman . Vol 3. Part (entered) in Alph. list [American Journal of Science and Arts]
Boston Journal of Nat. Hist. Vol. I to IV (entered) [Boston Journal of Natural History]
June 4th    
Des Jacinthes, leur culture &c 1768 [[Saint-Simon] 1768]
Hillhouse Aug. description of the Europaean Olive-tree [[Hillhouse] [1818]]
7th
Lieut. Spratt & Forbes, travels in Lycia [Spratt and Forbes 1847]
12th
Putsche & Vertuch Monograph. der Kartoffeln [Putsche 1819]
Mem: of Board of Agriculture of New York Vol 2 & 3 — (nothing) not worth looking at Vol. I [Memoirs of the Board of Agriculture of Mew York]
Jardine. Nat. Lit. —, Pheasants [Jardine 1834]
13th
Trans. of the Agricult & Hort. Soc of India Serampore, 1829. Vol. I — (All) [Transactions of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India]
Mem. de la Soc. d'Hist. Nat. de Paris. Ail VII (nothing) [Mémoires de la Société d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris]
15
Burgess on Blushing (nothing) [Burgess 1839]
21   
Van Mons Arbres Fruitiers 2. Vols [Mons 1835-6]
July 7th              
N. C. Seringe. Flore des Jardins. (nothing) [Seringe 1845-7]
9th 
H. C. Watson. Cybele Britannica. — [Watson 1847-59]
13th
Phytologist. Vol I &, II to p. 860 [Phytologist]
28th
Jardine's Nat. Lib. Pigeons [Selby 1835]
30
Journal of R. Agricult Soc. of England Vol I to VII [Journal of the Royal Agricul tural Society of England]
31
Boitard et Corbié. Les Pigeons de Volière &c [Boitard and Corbié 1824]
Fortune Wanderings in China [Fortune 1847]
Aug 6th
Lettres Philosop. sur l'intelligence des Animaux C. G. Leroy [Leroy 1802]

Adams, Joseph. 1815. A treatise on the supposed hereditary properties of diseases, containing remarks on the unfounded terrors and ill-judged cautions consequent on such erroneous opinions. 2d ed. London.
American Journal of Science and Arts. Edited by B. Silliman. New Haven, Conn. 1818-45. Second series, 1846-. [Vols. 38 and 45 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR74: 116-36; 205.9(2): 87-100.]
Boitard, Pierre and Corbié. 1824. Les pigeons de volière et de colombier. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Boston Journal of Natural History. Boston. 1834-. [Abstract in DAR74: 161-8.]
Burgess, Thomas Henry. 1839. The physiology or mechanism of blushing; illustrative of the influence of mental emotion on the capillary circulation. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Fortune, Robert. 1847. Three years' wanderings in the northern provinces of China, including a visit to the tea, silk, and cotton countries: with an account of the agriculture and horticulture of the Chinese. London.
Gardner, George. 1846. Travels in the interior of Brazil, principally through the northern provinces and the gold and diamond districts, 1838-41. London.
[Hillhouse, Augustus Lucas]. [1818]. Description of the European olive tree. [Paris]. [Edition unknown]
Jardine, William. 1834. The natural history of gallinaceous birds. Vol. 20 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh.
Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England. London. 1840-. [Abstract in DAR74: 152-7]
Leroy, Charles Georges. 1802. Lettres philosophiques sur l'intelligence et la perfectibilité des animaux, avec quelques lettres sur l'homme. Paris.
Mémoires de la Société d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris. Paris. 1823-34.
Memoirs of the Board of Agriculture of New York. New York. 1823-6.
Mons, Jean Baptiste van. 1835-6. Arbres fruitiers: leur culture en Belqique et leur propagation par la graine, ou, Pomonomie Belge, expérimentale et raisonnée. On y a joint le catalogue descriptif abrégé des bons fruits nouveaux procréés et cultives a la pépinière d'expérience de l'auteur a Louvain. 2 vols. Louvain. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR116.]
Necker, Louis Albert. 1823. Mémoire sur les oiseaux des environs de Genève. Mémoires de la Société de Physique et d'Histoire Naturelle de Genève 2: 29-122.
Owen, Richard. 1832. Memoir on the pearly Nautilus. London. [Abstract in DAR205.9(2): r39-]
Phytologist: a popular botanical miscellany. Edited by G. Luxford and E. Newman. London. 1844-54. New series, edited by A. Irvine, 1855-. [Abstract in DAR73: 78-113]
Putsche, Karl Wilhelm Ernst. 1819. Versuch einer Monographie der Kartoffeln. Edited by F. J. Bertuch. Weimar.
[Saint-Simon, Maximilien Henri, Marquess de]. 1768. Des Jacintes, de leur anatomie, reproduction, et culture. Amsterdam. [Abstract in DAR71: 31-4.]
Selby, Prideaux John. 1835. The natural history of pigeons. Vol. 19 in Jardine, William, ed., The naturalist's library. 40 vols. Edinburgh. 1843. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Seringe, Nicolas Charles. 1845-7. Flore des jardins et des grandes cultures. 3 vols. Lyon. [Abstract in DAR205.7(2): 247.]
Spratt, Thomas Abel Bremage and Forbes, Edward. 1847. Travels in Lycia, Milyas, and the Cibyratis, in company with the late Rev. E. T. Daniell. 2 vols. London.
Tegetmeier, William Bernhard. 1856-7. The poultry book: including pigeons and rabbits. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Transactions of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India. Calcutta. (Another edition.) 1838-40.
Watson, Hewett Cottrell. 1847-59. Cybele Britannica; or British plants, and their geographical relations. 4 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR71: 112-15.]

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20v

1847.
Aug. 14th
Flourens de l'instinct et l'intelligence des Animaux [Flourens 1845]
Aug 16.   
Vestiges of Creation VIth Edit. [[Chambers] 1847]
Report of Brit. Assoc. Third. [Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science]
Aug. 25
Transactions, Journal, & Proc. of Agricult & Hort. Soc. of India. — All. Very little [Transactions of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India; Journal of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India; Proceedings of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India]
29.    
Humboldt Tableau de la Nature [von Humboldt 1808]
Jussieu. Cours Elémentaire Botanique [Jussieu 1842]
Transactions of Amer. Philosoph Soc. Philadelphia Vols I & II. (2 Series) [Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia]
Sept. 3d     
Bull. de la Soc. Imp. de Moscow. Vols for 1833, 1837, 1838, 1842, 43, 44 — not all these latter vols: but so little not worth getting others. [Bulletin de la Société Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou]
12    
Journal of Philosoph. Soc. of Philadelphia; skimmed. [?Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia]
24th
Report. Zoolog. 1843. 1844. Ray Soc. [Ray Society 1847]
Physio-philosophy. Oken (nothing) Ray Soc. [Oken 1847]
Oct 3d     
Whites Selbourn by Bennett [Bennett ed. 1837], notes by W. Herbert, Rennie [[Rennie] ed. 1833]
6.      
H. Miller First Impressions of England [Miller 1847]
Nov. 10    
Prichard   Physical Researches. Hist. of Mankind. Vol. 3. IV. V. [Prichard 1836-47]
Nov 26
Pictet Paléontologie. 4 vols. [Pictet 1844-5]
24
Hooker's Antarctic Botany [Hooker 1844-7]
Dec 1.
Girou de Bouzareignues de la Generation [Girou de Buzareingues 1828a]
Philosophie Physiologique [Girou de Buzareingues 1828b]
Heberden on increase & decrease of Diseases [Heberden 1801]
7th  
Rogets Bridgewater Treatise [Roget 1834]
9th 
Jukes Voyage. Vol. I & II.[Jukes 1847]
W. F. Edwards Des Caractères des Races Humaines [Edwards 1829]
26th  
Loudon's Arboretum et Fruticetum [Loudon 1838]
28th  
R. Brown in Appendix to Parry, Flinders, & Tuckey's Voyages [Brown 1824, 1814, 1818]

Bennett, Edward Turner, ed. 1837. The natural history and antiquities of Selborne. [By Gilbert White.] A new edition with notes by Edward Turner Bennett. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 29-30.]
Brown, Robert. 1814. General remarks, geographical and systematical, on the botany of Terra Australis. Appendix 3 of Flinders, Matthew, A voyage to Terra Australis. 2 vols, and atlas. London. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 50-2.]
Brown, Robert. 1818. Observations, systematical and geographical, on Professor Christian Smith's collection of plants from the vicinity of the river Congo. Appendix 5 of Tuckey, James Kingston, Narrative of an expedition to explore the river Zaire. London. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 46-9.]
Brown, Robert. 1824. A list of plants, collected in Melville Island. Appendix XI in Parry, William Edward, A supplement to the appendix of Captain Parry's voyage for the discovery of a north-west passage, in the years 1819-20. Containing an account of the subjects of natural history. London.
Bulletin de la Société Impériale des Naturalistes de Moscou. Moscow. 1829-36. New series, 1837-.
[Chambers, Robert]. 1847. Vestiges of the natural history of creation. 6th ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Edwards, William Frédéric. 1829. Des caractères physiologiques des race humaines considérés dans leur rapports avec l'histoire. Paris.
Flourens, Marie Jean Pierre. 1845. De l'instinct et de l'intelligence des animaux. Résumé des observations de Ffrédéric Cuvier. 2d ed. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Girou de Buzareingues, Louis François Charles. 1828a. De la génération. (Mémoire sur la distribution et les rapports des deux sexes en France.) Paris.
Girou de Buzareingues, Louis François Charles. 1828b. Philosophie physiologique, politique et morale. Paris.
Heberden, William. 1801. Observations on the increase and decrease of different diseases and particularly of the plague. London.
Hooker, Joseph Dalton. 1844-7. Flora Antarctica. Part 1 of The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. Discovery Ships Erebus and Terror in the years 1842-1843, under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1808. Tableaux de la nature; ou, considérations sur les déserts, sur la physionomie des végétaux, et sur les cataractes de l'Orénoque. Translated from the German by J. B. B. Eyriès. 2 vols. Paris. [Edition unknown]
Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. 1817-39. New series, 1847-.
Journal of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India. Calcutta. 1842-. [Abstract in DAR74: 178.]
Jukes, Joseph Beete. 1847. Narrative of the surveying voyage of H.M.S. Fly  in the Torres Strait, New Guinea, and other islands of the Eastern Archipelago, 1842-1846, together with an excursion into the interior of the eastern part of Java. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR205.3: 138.]
Jussieu, Adrien de. 1842. Botanique. In Jussieu, Adrien de, Milne-Edwards, Henri, and Beudant, F. S., eds., Cours élémentaire d'histoire naturelle à l'usage des collèges et des maisons d'éducation, rédigé conformément au programme de l'université du 14 Septembre 1840. 3 vols. Paris. 1841-8.
Loudon, John Claudius. 1838. Arboretum et Fructicetum Britannicum; or the trees and shrubs of Britain, native and foreign, delineated and described. 8 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 89-94.]
Miller, Hugh. 1847. First impressions of England and its people. London. [Edition unknown]
Oken, Lorenz. 1847. Elements of physiophilosophy. Translated from the German by A. Tulk. London.
Pictet, François Jules. 1844-5. Traité élémentaire de paléontologie. 4 vols. Geneva. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Prichard, James Cowles. 1836-47. Researches into the physical history of mankind. 3d ed. 5 vols. London. [Vols. 1-4 in Darwin Library; 4th ed. (1841-51), vols. 1-2, also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Proceedings of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India. Calcutta. 1837-42.
Ray Society. 1847. Reports on zoology for 1843, 1844. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
[Rennie, James,] ed. 1833. The natural history and antiquities of Selborne. By the late Rev. Gilbert White. A new edition, with notes, by several eminent naturalists. [Edited by James Rennie with the assistance of Robert Sweet and William Herbert.] London.
Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science; Transactions of the Sections. London. 1833-. [Abstract in DAR74: 104-15.]
Roget, Peter Mark. 1834. Animal and vegetable physiology considered with reference to natural theology. 2 vols. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 5.) London. [Edition unknown]
Transactions of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India. Serampore. (Another edition.) 1829.
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia, for promoting useful knowledge. Philadelphia. 1771-1809. New series, 1818-.

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21v

1848.
Jan 1.
Reports & Trans. of Brit. Assoc. from beginning to 1847 (inclusive) [Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science]
14th
Mem. de la Soc. de Phys. et d'Hist.Nat. de Genève. vols.
Marquis. A. L. Fragmens de Phil. Botanique (nothing) [Marquis 1810]
16
Humboldt Nouvelles Recherches sur distrib des formes vegetables —. Mem. Acad. Scien, lu Feb. 19/ 21/ 82 [von Humboldt 1822]
Annales du Museum
19th
Couch Illustrations of Instinct. — [Couch 1847]
25
Bunbury Journal of Residence at C. of Good Hope [Bunbury 1848]
March 5
Mémoires de la Soc. Phy. et d'Hist. Nat de Geneve. Tom I to 7 to 10. [Mémoires de la Société de Physique et d'Histoire Naturelle de Genève]
Annales du Museum Tom I to XX (completed) [Annales du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle]
18th
Pigs, their origin and varieties by H. D. Richardson [Richardson 1847]
April 12
Arthur Adams. Notes from Journal of Nat. Hist. [Belcher 1848]
May
Kosmos. 2d vol. [?von Humboldt 1846-8]
Jesses Gleanings 3d Series [Jesse 1832-5]
Bucklands Bridgewater Treatise [Buckland 1836]
Jun 7th
Supplements to Müllers Physiology [Baly and Kirkes 1848]
17th
Thompson's Birds of Ireland Part I. [Thompson 1842]
Sept 17
Sir J. Ross. Voyage Antarctic Voyage [Ross 1847]
Oct 5
Gould Introduct. to Birds of Australia [Gould 1848]
20
Billing's Voyage to N. Sea. — (poorest) [Sauer 1802]
Nov 14
Erman's Siberia (dull) [Erman 1848]
Dec 25
Dixon on Poultry [Dixon 1848]

Annales du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris. 1802-13. [Abstract in DAR73: 40-52.]
Baly, William and Kirkes, William Senhouse. 1848. Recent advances in the physiology of motion, the senses, &c. London. (Supplement to 2d vol. of Johannes Müller, Elements of physiology. Translated by William Baly. 2 vols. London. 1837.) [Darwin Library in CUL]
Belcher, Edward. 1848. Narrative of the voyage of H.M.S. Samarang during the years 1843-46; employed surveying the islands of the Eastern Archipelago. With notes on the natural history of the islands by Arthur Adams. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR205.3: 180.]
Buckland, William. 1836. Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 6.) 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR71: 125-7.]
Bunbury, Charles James Fox. 1848. Journal of a residence at the Cape of Good Hope; with excursions into the interior, and notes on the natural history, and the native tribes. London.
Couch, Jonathan. 1847. Illustrations of instinct deduced from the habits of British animals. London.
Dixon, Edmund Saul. 1848. Ornamental and domestic poultry: their history and management. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Erman, Georg Adolph. 1848. Travels in Siberia: including excursions northwards, down the Obi, to the Polar Circle, and southwards, to the Chinese frontier. Translated from the German by W. D. Cooley. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Gould, John. 1848. The birds of Australia. 7 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR71: 215-16; 205.3: 78.]
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1822. Nouvelles recherches sur les lois que l'on observe dans la distribution des formes végétales. Edinburgh Philosophical Journal 6: 273-84; 7: 47-5.
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1845-8. Kosmos; a general survey of the physical phenomena of the universe. Translated by Augustin Prichard. 2 vols. London.
Jesse, Edward. 1832-5. Gleanings in natural history. 3 series. London.
Marquis, Alexandre Louis. 1810. Fragmens de philosophie botanique. Paris.
Mémoires de la Société de Physique et d'Histoire Naturelle de Genève. Geneva. 1821-. [Abstract in DAR73: 1-18.]
Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. London. 1833-,
Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science; Transactions of the Sections. London. 1833-. [Abstract in DAR74: 104-15.]
Richardson, H. D. 1847. Pigs: their origin and varieties, management with a view to profit, and treatment under disease. Dublin. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Ross, James Clark. 1847. A voyage of discovery and research in the southern and Antarctic regions, during the years 1839-43. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 53-6.]
Sauer, Martin. 1802. An account of a geographical and astronomical expedition to the northern parts of Russia, performed by Captain Joseph Billings in the years 1785 to 1794. London.
Thompson, William. 1842. The birds of Ireland (family Fringillidae). Annals and Magazine of Natural History 8: 273-88; 353-60, 406-30, 486-502; 9: 141-5, 221-30, 373-81.

22r

1848
Jan 25
W. Tone Autobiography very amusing [Tone 1826]
March 10
John Gait Autobiography poor [Gait 1833]
26th
Thiers French Revolution dull & poor [Thiers 1838]
April 2d
Campbell Chancellors Vol 3 very good [Campbell 1845-7]
15
Swift. Stella's Journal amusing [Swift 1824]
21
Hallams Constitutional Hist: unreadibly dull [Hallam 1827]
Norton Genuiness of the Gospels — good [Norton 1837-44]
May 9th
Brougham Statesmen of G III. (1 series, 2 vols. 12 mo.) poorish [Brougham 1839-43]
May 31.    
Evelyn's Life of Mrs Godolphin (Pretty) [Evelyn 1847]
July 20
Sterlings Memoir of by Hare — moderately good [Sterling 1848]
Campbells Chancellors Vol 1,2, [Campbell 1845-7]
August 8th
Jane Eyre — [[Brontë] 1847]
Kelly's & O'Kellys — [Trollope 1848]
Mr Warrenne  [Wallace 1848] 
Madam  Malguet  [[Torrens] 1848]
Lives of John & Alex. Belthune [?Bethune 1840 and PMacCombie 1845]
18
Life of M. Woolstonecraft [Godwin  1798]  & Rights of woman [Wollstonecraft 1792]
27
Sir D. Brewster's Natural Magic [Brewster 1834]
Friend & Aids of Reflexion (Poor) Coleridge [Coleridge  1812 and  1825]
Sept 3d
IV & V Vols of Campbell's Chancellors [Campbell 1845-7]
10
Neander's Life of St Bernard interesting [Neander 1843]
Feuerbachers Trials — pretty good, disgusting [Feuerbach 1846]
Oct 1.
Cottle's Recollect of Coleridge & Southey — very good— [Cottle 1847]
Mary  Woolstonecraft  Tour in Sweden. (poor) [Wollstonecraft 1796]
Phillips. Life of Curran (poorish) [Phillips 1818]
21
Essays of Elia. — not very good [Lamb 1840]
Grimm's Hist. Mem. 2d Vol. Translated (amusing) [Grimm 1814]
27
Abbott Travels from Khiva to Héraut (very good) [Abbott 1843]
Nov. 7
Leslie's life of Constable (interesting) [Leslie 1843]
12
Autobiography of a Working Man. A. Somerville (excellent) [Somerville 1848]
28.    
M. Strickland life of May of Modena (modest) [Strickland 1846-7]
Lambs Letters ist series. (good) [Lamb 1837]

Abbott, James. 1843. Narrative of a journey from Héraut to Khiva, Moscow and St. Petersburgh, during the late Russian invasion of Khiva. With some account of the court of Khiva and the kingdom of Khaurism. 2 vols. London.
Bethune, John. 1840. Poems by the late John Bethune; with a sketch of the author's life by his brother (Alexander Bethune). Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
Brewster, David. 1834. Letters on natural magic, addressed to Sir Walter Scott, Bart. London. [Edition unknown]
[Bronte, Charlotte]. 1853. Villette. By Currer Bell. 3 vols. London.
Brougham, Henry Peter. 1839-43. Historical sketches of statesmen who flourished in the time of George III. 3 parts London.
Campbell, John. 1845 - 7. The lives of the Lord Chancellors and keepers of the great seal of England from the earliest times till the reign of King George IV. 7 vols. London.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 1812. The friend; a series of essays. London. [Edition unknown]
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 1825. Aids to reflection in the formation of a manly character on the several grounds of prudence, morality, and religion. London. [Edition unknown]
Cottle, Joseph. 1847. Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey. London.
Evelyn, John. 1827. Memoirs of John Evelyn comprising his diary, from 1641 to 1705-6, and a selection of his familiar letters. A new edition. Edited by W. Bray. 5 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Feuerbach, Paul Johann Anselm von. 1846. Narrative of remarkable criminal trials. Translated from the German by Lady Duff Gordon. London.
Gait, John. 1833. The autobiography of J. Gait. 2 vols. London.
Godwin, William. 1798. Memoirs of the author of a vindication of the rights of woman [Mary Wollstonecraft]. London. [Edition unknown]
Grimm, Friedrich Melchior von. 1814. Historical and literary memoirs and anecdotes, selected from the correspondence of Baron de Grimm and Diderot, with the Duke of SaxeGotha, between 1770 and 1790. Translated from the French. 2 vols. London.
Hallam, Henry. 1827. The constitutional history of England from the accession of Henry VII to the death of George II. 2 vols. London [Edition unknown]
Lamb, Charles. 1837. The letters of Charles Lamb, with a sketch of his life. By Thomas Noon Talfourd. 2 vols. London.
Lamb, Charles. 1840. The essays of Elia. 2 series. London. [Edition unknown]
Leslie, Charles Robert. 1843. Memoirs of the life of John Constable, R.A., composed chiefly of his letters. London. [Edition unknown]
MacCombie, William. 1845. Memoirs of Alexander Bethune. Aberdeen.
Neander, Johann August Wilhelm. 1843. The life and times of St. Bernard. Translated from the German by Matilda Wrench. London.
Norton, Andrews. 1837-44. The evidences of the genuineness of the Gospels. 3 vols. Boston. [Edition unknown]
Phillips, Charles. 1818. Recollections of Curran and some of his cotemporaries. London. [Edition unknown]
Sterling, John. 1848. Essays and tales, collected and edited with a memoir of his life by J. C. Hare. 2 vols. London.
Strickland, Agnes. 1846-7. Mary Beatrice of Modena. Vols. 9 and 10 of Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman conquest; with anecdotes of their courts, by Agnes Strickland and Elizabeth Strickland. 12 vols. London. 1840-8. [Edition unknown]
[Swift, Jonathan]. 1824. Journal to Stella. Edinburgh.
Thiers, Louis Adolphe. 1838. The history of the French revolution. Translated by F. Shoberl. 5 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Tone, William Theobald Wolfe. 1826. Memoirs of Theobald Wolfe Tone. Written by himself, and continued by his son. 2 vols. Washington. [Edition unknown]
[Torrens, Henry Whitelock]. 1848. Madame de Malguet. A tale of 1820. 3 vols. London.
Trollope, Anthony. 1848. The Kellys and the O'Kellys; or, landlords and tenants. A tale of Irish life. 3 vols. London.
Wallace, Ellen. 1848. Mr. Warrenne. London.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. 1792. A vindication of the rights of woman. London. [Edition unknown]
Wollstonecraft, Mary. 1796. Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. London.

22v

1849.
Feb 8th
Geology of Russia by Murchison. Veneuil &c [Murchison, Verneuil, and Keyserling 1845]
Art de faire eclorse — des Oiseaux domestiques de Reaumur. 1749 [Reaumur 1749]
Marc 3d
Thompson's Nat. Hist of Ireland. Vol. I. II & 3 [Thompson 1849-56]
May.      
St. John's Tour in Sutherlandshire [Saint John 1849]
June 30.    
Sir C. Lyell Second Visit to America [Lyell 1849]
July 20.    
Agassiz & Gould Principles of Zoology Vol I. [Agassiz and Gould 1848]
30.    
Hom. de Hells Travels in the Caucasus (nothing) [Hommaire de Hell 1847]
Nov 22.    
H. Miller Footsteps of the Creator [Miller 1849]
Dec. 10.   
Dana's Geology. U.S. Expedition [Dana 1849]
1850
March   
Forbes Cystideae & Asteridae [Forbes 1848b and 1848a]
23
Owen on Limbs & Parthenogenesis [Owen 1849a and 1849b]
Aug 16
Harvey Sea-side Book [Harvey 1849]
Agassiz Lake Superior [Agassiz 1850]
Nov
Memoirs of Pal. Soc [Palaeontographical Society. Monograph Series.]
12
Sedgwicks Discourse on Study of Univers [Sedgwick 1850]
28
Steenstrup on Hermaphroditismus [Steenstrup 1846]
1851
Jan 6th
Pickering Races of Man [Pickering 1850]
Jan 25
And. Smith Zoology of S. Africa [Smith 1838-49]
Darluc. Nat. Hist de la Provence [Darluc 1782-6]
Feb 3d
Hutchinson on Dog-breaking [Hutchinson 1850]
27th
Chambers. Sanatory Reform. — [Anon. 1850]
April 5
Manual of Geology Lyell [Lyell 1851]
30
Annales des Sc. Phys. de Lyon. Tom I. 1838. nothing [Annales des Sciences physiques et naturelles publiées par la Société d'Agriculture de Lyon]
July 16
Dixon. Pigeons. — [Dixon 1851]
Dec 26
Count Odart's Amelographie [Odart 1849]
Richardson's Boat Voyage [Richardson 1851]
Calcutta Journal of Nat. Hist. Vol. 3 & IV. [Calcutta Journal of Natural History]
30     
Gerard's Koonewur. (nothing) [Gerard 1841]
Lloyd & Gerard Travels in Himmalaya. — [Lloyd 1840]

Agassiz, Louis and Gould, Augustus Addison. 1848. Principles of zoology touching upon the structure, development, distribution, and natural arrangement of the races of animals, living and extinct. Part I. Comparative physiology. Boston. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Agassiz, Louis. 1850. Lake Superior: its physical character, vegetation, and animals, compared with those of other and similar regions. Boston. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Annales des Sciences physiques et naturelles, d'Agriculture, et d'Industrie, publiées par la Société d'Agriculture de Lyon. Lyon. 1838-48. Second series, 1849-56.
Anon. 1850. Sanitary economy: its principles and practice; and its moral influence on the progress of civilisation. Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers.
Calcutta Journal of Natural History. Calcutta. 1841-8.
Dana, James Dwight. 1849. Geology. Vol. 10 of United States Exploring Expedition during the years 1838-1842, under the command of Charles Wilkes, U.S.N. New York. [Abstract in DAR71: 51-2.]
Darluc, Michel. 1782-6. Histoire naturelle de la Provence, contenant ce qu'il y a de plus remarquable dans les règnes végétal, minéral, animal et la partie géoponique. 3 vols. Avignon.
Dixon, Edmund Saul. 1851. The dovecot and the aviary: being sketches of the natural history of pigeons and other domestic birds in a captive state, with hints for their management. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Forbes, Edward. 1848b. On the Cystidea of the Silurian rocks of the British Islands. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, and of the Museum of Practical Geology in London 2, Part 2: 483-534- H9:22a Forbes, Edward and Hanley, Sylvanus.
Gerard, Alexander. 1841. Account of Koonawur, in the Himalaya, etc. Edited by G. Lloyd. London.
Harvey, William Henry. 1849. The sea-side book; being an introduction to the natural history of the British coasts. New ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Hommaire de Hell, Xavier. 1847. Travels in the steppes of the Caspian Sea, the Crimea, the Caucasus etc. By X. H de Hell. [Descriptive parts by Adèle Hommaire de Hell.] Translated from the French. London.
Hutchinson, William Nelson. 1850. Dog breaking. The most expeditious, certain and easy method. 2d ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lloyd, William. 1840. Narrative of a journey from Caunpoor to the Boorendo Pass in the Himalaya Mountains, via Gwalior, Agra, Delhi and Sirhind. By Major Sir W. Lloyd. And Captain A. Gerard's account of an attempt to penetrate by Bekhur to Garoo and the Lake Manasarowara: with a letter from J. G. Gerard, Esq. detailing a visit to the Shatool and Boorendo Passes. Edited by George Lloyd. 2 vols. London.
Lyell, Charles. 1849. A second visit to the United States of North America. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lyell, Charles. 1851. A manual of elementary geology; or, the ancient changes of the earth and its inhabitants as illustrated by geological monuments. 3d ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR72: 80.]
Miller, Hugh. 1849. Foot-prints of the Creator; or, the Asterolepis of Stromness. Edinburgh and London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Murchison, Roderick Impey, Verneuil, Edouard de, and Keyserling, Alexander von. 1845. The geology of Russia in Europe and the Ural mountains. 2 vols. London and Paris. [Abstract in DAR71: 180-91.]
Odart, Alexandre Pierre, Comte. 1849. Ampélographie universelle, ou traité des cépages les plus estimés dans tous les vignobles de quelque renom. 2d ed. Paris.
Owen, Richard. 1849a. On the nature of limbs. London.
Owen, Richard. 1849b. On parthenogenesis; or, the successive production of procreating individuals from a single ovum. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Pickering, Charles. 1850. The races of man: and their geographical distribution. New ed. (Bohn's Illustrated Library.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Reaumur, René Antoine Ferchault de. 1749. Art de faire éclorre et d'élever en toute saison des oiseaux domestiques de toutes espèces, soit par le moyen de la chaleur du fumier, soit par le moyen de celle du feu ordinaire. 2 vols. Paris. [Edition unknown]
Richardson, John. 1851. Arctic searching expedition: a journal of a boat-voyage through Rupert's Land and the Arctic Sea, in search of the discovery ships under the command of Sir John Franklin. 2 vols. London.
Saint John, Charles William George. 1849. A Tour in Sutherlandshire. 2 vols. London.
Smith, Andrew. 1838-49. Illustrations of the zoology of South Africa, consisting chiefly of figures and descriptions of the objects of natural history collected during an expedition into the interior of South Africa, in the years 1834-1836; fitted out by the Cape of Good Hope Association for exploring Central Africa. 5 parts London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Steenstrup, Johannes Japetus Smith. 1846. Untersuchungen über das Vorkommen des Hermaphroditismus in der Natur: ein naturhistorisches Versuch. Translated from the Dutch by C. F. Hornschuh, with remarks by Dr. Creplin. Greifswald.
Thompson, William. 1849-56. The natural history of Ireland. 4 vols. London. [Vols. 1-3 in Darwin Library in CUL]

23r

1849
Feb. 5th  
Miss Martineau. Eastern Travels, curious & interesting [Martineau 1848]
Tockville's Democracy 4. vols. very good [Tocqueville 1835-40]
March 2d     
Beckman's History of Inventions (poor) [Beckmann 1797]
Sir Fowle's Buxton's life — (very good) [Buxton 1848]
3d     
Sleeman's Rambles in India (goodish) [Sleeman 1844]
30th  
M. de Sevigné Vol. VII. English Translation [Sévigné 1801]
Quentin Durward [[W. Scott] 1823] Veronica [Zschokke 1845] G. Gurney [[Hook] 1836] Harold [[Bulwer-Lytton] 1848]
Con suelo [Sand 1847] Wandering Jew [[Sue] 1844-5] Emilia Wynham [ Marsh-Caldwell 1846], Black Prophet [Carleton 1847]
May
Haygarth Bush Life in Australia [Haygarth 1848]
Diary of an Invalid (poor) [Matthews 1820]
June
Brooks Four Months amongst Goldfinders [Brooks 1849]
July 25.    
Campbell's Chancellor's Vol. VI [Campbell 1845-7]
Aug
Mrs Fry's Life (poor) [Fry 1847]
Sept. 5
Newman on the Soul [Newman 1849]
Nov 4th
Burtons life of Hume (poor) [Burton 1846]
1 Vol. of D'Israeli Curiosities of Lit. skimmed dull [D'Israeli 1791]
Steffens Autobiography good [Steffens 1848]
Dec 5.
Collin's Autobiography. good [Collins 1848]
1850
Jan 15
Lives of Lindsays 3. Vols. Capital [Lindsay 1849]
Feb 6th
Autobiography of M. Larochejacquelin, moderate [?Du Vergier de la Ro chejacquelin 1816]
March 14th
Miss Martineau Retrospect of W. Travels (good) [Martineau 1838b]
April
Head Forest Scenes in Canada . V. good [Head 1829]
May 7th
Prescotts Peru goodish [Prescott 1847]
20
Berniers Travels — do [Bernier 1826]
26
Lane's Water Cure amusing [Lane 1846]
June
Layards Nineveh Vol 1. Vol. 2. Sept. 23rd moderate [Layard 1849]
20
Settlers & Convicts excellent [[Harris] 1847]
2d Vol of Goethe Autobiography [Goethe 1824]
Aug 30
Hebrew Monarchy,— poor [[Newman] 1847]
Oct 25
C. Grammont's Memoirs light & poor [Gramont 1714]
Nov 11
Bamford life of Radicle. — moderate [Bamford 1841]
28th
Life in Ohio [Griffiths 1835]
Decr
Life of Sir D. Wilkie [Cunningham 1843]

Bamford, Samuel. 1841. Passages in the life of a radical. Manchester. [Edition unknown]
Beckmann, Johann. 1797. A history of inventions and discoveries. Translated from the German by William Johnston. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Bernier, François. 1826. Travels in the Mogul Empire A.D. 1616-1668. Translated by Irving Brock. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Brooks, J. Tyrwhitt, pseud. (Henry Vizetelly). 1849. Four months among the gold-finders in Alta California; being a diary of an expedition from San Francisco to the gold districts. London.
[Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton]. 1848. Harold, the last of the Saxon kings. 3 vols. London.
Burton, John Hill. 1846. Life and correspondence of David Hume. 2 vols. Edinburgh.
Buxton, Charles. 1848. Memoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Baronet. With selections from his correspondence. London. [Edition unknown]
Campbell, John. 1845-7. The lives of the Lord Chancellors and keepers of the great seal of England from the earliest times till the reign of King George IV. 7 vols. London.
Carleton, William. 1847. The black prophet: a tale ofthe Irish famine. Belfast.
Collins, William Wilkie. 1848. Memoirs of the life of William Collins, Esq., R.A. 2 vols. London.
Cunningham, Allan. 1843. The life of Sir David Wilkie; with his journals, tours, and critical remarks on works of art. [Edited by Peter Cunningham.] 3 vols. London.
D'Israeli, Isaac. 1791. Curiosities of literature. Consisting of anecdotes, characters, sketches, and dissertations, literary, critical, and historical. London. [Edition unknown]
Du Vergier de la Rochejacquelein, Marie Louise Victorine. 1816. Memoirs of the marchioness de Larochejaquelein. Edinburgh.
Fry, Elizabeth. 1847. Memoirs of the life of Elizabeth Fry, with extracts from her journals and letters. Edited by two of her daughters. 2 vols. London.
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 1824. Memoirs of Goethe: written by himself. 2 vols. London.
Gramont, Philibert de. 1714. Memoirs of the life of Count de Grammont. Translated from the French by Mr. Boyer. London. [Edition unknown]
Griffiths, D. 1835. Two years' residence in the new settlements of Ohio, North America. London.
[Harris, Alexander]. 1847. Settlers and convicts; or, recollections of sixteen years' labour in the Australian backwoods. London.
Haygarth, Henry William. 1848. Recollections of bush life in Australia, during a residence of eight years in the interior. London.
Head, George. 1829. Forest scenes and incidents in the wilds of North America; being a diary of a winter's route from Halifax to the Canadas, and during four months residence in the woods on the borders of Lakes Huron and Simcoe. London. [Edition unknown]
[Hook, Theodore Edward]. 1836. Gilbert Gurney. 3 vols. London.
Lane, Richard James. 1846. Life at the water cure; or, a month at Malvern, a diary. London.
Layard, Austen Henry. 1849. Nineveh and its remains. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Lindsay, Alexander William Crawford. 1849. Lives of the Lindsays; or, a memoir of the houses of Crawford and Balcarres. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Marsh, Catherine M. 1858. English hearts and English hands; or, the railway and the trenches. London.
Marsh-Caldwell, Anne. 1846. Emilia Wyndham. London: H. Colburn.
Martineau, Harriet. 1838a. How to observe. Morals and manners. London.
Martineau, Harriet. 1838b. Retrospect of Western travel. 3 vols. London.
Martineau, Harriet. 1848. Eastern life, present and past. 3 vols. London.
Matthews, Henry. 1820. The diary of an invalid; being the journal of a tour in Portugal, Italy, Switzerland and France in the years 1817-1819. London. [Edition unknown]
[Newman, Francis William]. 1847. A history of the Hebrew Monarchy, from the administration of Samuel to the Babylonish captivity. London.
[Newman, Francis William]. 1849. The soul, her sorrows and her aspirations. An essay towards the natural history of the soul as the true basis of theology. London. [Edition unknown]
Prescott, William Hickling. 1847. History of the conquest of Peru, with a preliminary view of the civilization of the Incas. 2 vols. London.
Sand, George, pseud. (Amandine Aurore Lucie Dudevant). 1847. Consuelo. 2 vols. London.
Scott, Walter. 1823. Quentin Durward. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Sévigné, Marie de. 1801. Letters from the Marchioness de Sévigné to her daughter, the Countess de Grignan. Translated from the French. 7 vols. London.
Sleeman, William Henry. 1844. Rambles and recollections of an Indian official. 2 vols. London.
Steffens, Heinrich. 1848. Adventures on the road to Paris, during the campaigns of 1813, 14. Extracted from the autobiography of H. Steffens. Translated from the German. (Murray's Home and Colonial Library.) London.
[Sue, Marie Joseph Eugène]. 1844-5. The wandering Jew. Translated from the French. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Tocqueville, Charles Alexis Henri Maurice, Clérel de. 1835-40. Democracy in America. Translated by Henry Reeve. 4 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Zschokke, Heinrich. 1845. Autobiography of Heinrich Zschokke. London.

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24r

1851
Jan 27.    
M. Martineau. History of England [Martineau 1849-50]
March 16th 
Newman Phases of Faith excellent [Newman 1850]
Lord Cloncurry Memoirs. good [Lawless 1849]
April 1
Irving life of Goldsmith. good [Irving 1844]
London Labour & London Poor. — [Mayhew 1851]
Missionary Life in Canada [Abbott 1846]
May 20
G. Cumming S. African Hunter goodish [Cumming 1850]
July 1st
Edwardes Year in Punjaub good [Edwardes 1851]
16
Gleig's Life of Clive moderate [Gleig 1848]
Aug 20
Campbell's Chief Justices 2d vol very good [Campbell 1849-57]
L. Ellsmere Siege of Vienna. — good [Schimmer 1847]
Sept 12th
B. Franklins life by Sparks very good [Sparks ed. 1850]
Oct 3
Martineau Society in America . Moderate [Martineau 1837]
Oct 15
Liebig Familiar letters on Chemistry [Liebig 1851]
Nov 15th
Wilson Voyage. Scotland [Wilson 1842] & the Doctor [Southey 1834-47] Poor, skimmed
Southey. Book of the Church [Southey 1824]

Abbott, Joseph. 1846. Philip Musgrave; or, memoirs of a Church of England missionary in the North American colonies. London.
Campbell, John. 1849-57. The lives of the Chief Justices of England. 3 vols. London.
Cumming, Roualeyn George Gordon. 1850. Five years of a hunter's life in the far interior of South Africa. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Edwardes, Herbert Benjamin. 1851. A year on the Punjaub frontier in 1848-49. 2 vols. London.
Gleig, George Robert. 1848. The life of Robert, first Lord Clive. London.
Irving, Washington. 1844. The life of Oliver Goldsmith. 2 vols. New York. [Edition unknown]
Lawless, Valentine Browne. 1849. Personal recollections of the life and times of Valentine, Lord Cloncurry. Dublin.
Liebig, Justus von. 1851. Familiar letters on chemistry. 3d ed., revised and much enlarged. Edited by W. Gregory. London.
Martineau, Harriet. 1837. Society in America. 3 vols. London.
Martineau, Harriet. 1849-50. The history of England during the thirty years' peace, 1816-46. 2 vols. London.
Mayhew, Henry. 1851. London labour and the London poor. 3 vols. London.
[Newman, Francis William]. 1850. Phases of faith; or, passages from the history of my creed. London.
Schimmer, Karl August. 1847. The sieges of Vienna by the Turks. Translated from the German by Francis Leveson Gower [afterwards Egerton, Earl of Ellesmere]. (Murray's Home and Colonial Library.) London.
Southey, RObert. 1824. The book of the Church. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Southey, Robert. 1834-47. The doctor. 7 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Sparks, Jared, ed. 1850. The autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. London.
Wilson, James. 1842. A voyage round the coasts of Scotland and the Isles. 2 vols. Edinburgh.


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