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Identifier: CC-OldLibrary-STAN1.24
Date: Undated
Name: Stanbury David
Attributed title: Enchanted Isles Photcopied extract on the Galapagos Islands from Charles Darwin's 'Voyage of HMS Beagle' detailing diary entries for his time spent on the Islands exploring the flora and fauna. Copies of letters from Charles Darwin to Professor J S Henslow - letter 41 written from Sydney in January 1836 and lettter 42 from St Helena dated 9 July 1836. Essay entitled 'A Little World Within Itself' by Gordon Chancellor on the historical background to his father's painting of the HMS Beagle with reference to Charlwes Darwin's scientific work. Notes on the visibility and position of Halley's Comet in 1835/1836 raising the question as to whether or not Darwin would have seen it while in the Pacific Ocean
Description: Enchanted Isles Photcopied extract on the Galapagos Islands from Charles Darwin's 'Voyage of HMS Beagle' detailing diary entries for his time spent on the Islands exploring the flora and fauna. Copies of letters from Charles Darwin to Professor J S Henslow - letter 41 written from Sydney in January 1836 and lettter 42 from St Helena dated 9 July 1836. Essay entitled 'A Little World Within Itself' by Gordon Chancellor on the historical background to his father's painting of the HMS Beagle with reference to Charlwes Darwin's scientific work. Notes on the visibility and position of Halley's Comet in 1835/1836 raising the question as to whether or not Darwin would have seen it while in the Pacific Ocean
Document type: Note


           



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