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CUL-Dar84.2.157    abstract:    [1876][.02.24.after]   Barrington D `Phil Trans' 1773: 164
Jack Oakley, must [page] 27
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CUL-Dar84.2.157    abstract:    [1876][.02.24.after]   Barrington D `Phil Trans' 1773: 164
deserved the epithet I once bestowed upon him ' the capricious Eclipse.' Though free from ill nature, his play was somewhat rough, and Sam Larner his groom, would not trust me alone with him in his box. In a race, he would for a while, stride along at his rate, when suddenly, his jockey, or the opposing horses having nothing to do in the affair, he would make a tremendous burst, during which, no man living could hold him, Oakley once making the experiment, which, however, was altogether needless
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A750    Beagle Library:     Bulkeley, John and Cummins, John. 1743. A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years 1740-1, containing a faithful narrative of the loss of his Majesty's ship the Wager. London: Jacob Robinson.   Text
, Marine John Mc Leod, Boatswain's Servant John Hart, Joiner Joseph Turner, Captain's Servant Luke Lyon, Gunner's Servant Richard Phipps, Boatswain's Mate Henry Mortimer, Marine Witness, John Cummins, Carpenter John Snow, Master's Mate Vincent Oakley, Surgeon of the Army. Monday the 9th, at Ten at Night, we weigh'd, and row'd out of the Bay; at Day [page] 12
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A750    Beagle Library:     Bulkeley, John and Cummins, John. 1743. A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years 1740-1, containing a faithful narrative of the loss of his Majesty's ship the Wager. London: Jacob Robinson.   Text
James Mac Cawle, Seaman William Lane, ditto John Montgomery, ditto John George, ditto Richard East, ditto James Butler, ditto John Pitman, ditto Job Barns, ditto John Shoreham, ditto Thomas Edmunds, ditto Richard Powell, ditto Diego Findall, (the Portugueze Boy) Capt. Robert Pemberton, of his Majesty's Land Forces Lieutenants Ewers and Fielding, ditto Vincent Oakley, Surgeon of ditto And two Marines All which are living at present, and waiting an Opportunity of a Passage in a Portugueze Vessel
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A750    Beagle Library:     Bulkeley, John and Cummins, John. 1743. A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years 1740-1, containing a faithful narrative of the loss of his Majesty's ship the Wager. London: Jacob Robinson.   Text
, carrying twenty-eight Guns, Theophilus Orego Ferrara Commander, bound for Bahia and Lisbon. The People left on Shore were, John Jones, Master's Mate John Snow, ditto Vincent Oakley, Surgeon [page] 20
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A750    Beagle Library:     Bulkeley, John and Cummins, John. 1743. A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years 1740-1, containing a faithful narrative of the loss of his Majesty's ship the Wager. London: Jacob Robinson.   Text
Pint of Brandy each Man per Diem, which was agreed on. The Provisions being found were put into the Store. Monday the 7th, I was invited to a Dog-Feast at Mr. J s's Tent: There were present at this Entertainment, the Lieutenant, the Honourable John B n, Mr. Cummins, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Young, Lieutenants Ewers and Fielding, and Dr. Oakley of the Army. It was exceeding good Eating; we thought no English Mutton preferable to it. Tuesday the 8th, in the Afternoon, William Harvey, Quarter-Gunner
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A750    Beagle Library:     Bulkeley, John and Cummins, John. 1743. A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years 1740-1, containing a faithful narrative of the loss of his Majesty's ship the Wager. London: Jacob Robinson.   Text
John Jones, Master's Mate John Snow, ditto Captain Pemberton, of his Majesty's Land Forces Vincent Oakley, Surgeon of ditto. Thursday the 15th, This Morning, it being Calm, made a Signal for the Boats to come off, by firing five Muskets. At Day-light came to Sail, with the Wind at W. by N. It blowing hard, and a great Swell, the Vessel would not work; therefore we were oblig'd to put into a small Bay, laying S. W. of Harvey's Bay, where we had very good Shelter, there being a large Ledge of
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A750    Beagle Library:     Bulkeley, John and Cummins, John. 1743. A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years 1740-1, containing a faithful narrative of the loss of his Majesty's ship the Wager. London: Jacob Robinson.   Text
. Oakley, and the Cooper; we brought our trifling Necessaries on Shore, and remov'd to our new Habitation: Here we were dry and warm; and tho' we had no Bedding, we lodg'd very comfortably. Since the Loss of the Wager, we have been used to lie hard; at present we think ourselves very happily fix'd, and heartily wish that all the Persons who surviv'd the Loss of the Ship were in so good a Situation as ourselves. Tuesday, February the 2d, 1741 2, Great Murmurings among the Soldiers; they detain'd
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A750    Beagle Library:     Bulkeley, John and Cummins, John. 1743. A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years 1740-1, containing a faithful narrative of the loss of his Majesty's ship the Wager. London: Jacob Robinson.   Text
Pay, from the Loss of the Ship; otherwise I don't know any Business I have but to endeavour to get to England as soon as I can, and will put it out of your Power to prevent my going off in the first Vessel. I left the Lieutenant, and went with Mr. Cummins, Mr. Jones, Mr. Snow, Mr. King, and Dr. Oakley to the Governor, to obtain leave for our going; the Lieutenant follow'd us, and said, but one half could go at a time. The Governor told us it was order'd that the Land Officers, myself and the
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A750    Beagle Library:     Bulkeley, John and Cummins, John. 1743. A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years 1740-1, containing a faithful narrative of the loss of his Majesty's ship the Wager. London: Jacob Robinson.   Text
and Supper out of Doors, and sent us where we were to eat all together. This was the first Time of the Boatswain's eating with the rest of the Officers since we left Cheap Island. The Consul was so kind as to send us a Table, Benches, Water-pots, and several useful Things, from his own House; we thought ourselves very happily seated. Wednesday the 14th, This Morning the Consul went with the Officers and People to the Treasury for our Money. Mr. Oakley, Surgeon of his Majesty's Land Forces, was
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A750    Beagle Library:     Bulkeley, John and Cummins, John. 1743. A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years 1740-1, containing a faithful narrative of the loss of his Majesty's ship the Wager. London: Jacob Robinson.   Text
der'd me to my Habitation; but detain'd East a Prisoner. When I came home, I found the Boatswain, and two Renegadoes with him, all about the Cooper. On seeing me, he repeated his former abusive Words. He made us so uneasy in our Lodging, that, to prevent Murder, we were oblig'd to lie out of the House. Next Morning Mr. Oakley and Mr. Cummins went to the Consul; he came with them to the House, where we were all sent for; he told us it was very strange, that People who had undergone so many
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CUL-DAR42.141    Note:    [Undated]   Limestone with lead ore: Maldonado   Text   Image
bank of Rio Salado. there occurs beautifully crystallized gypsum. Mr Oakley. gave some to Mr Parish Mr Flint an american merchant has a large tooth at B. Ayres4 (Mr Oakley ?) 1 Miss Bartoza has not been identified. 2 Oakley was the agent of Woodbine Parish (1796-1882), the British consular representative. He is mentioned various times in the Beagle notebooks and the Geological diary, see here. 3 Mr Parry, a British merchant at Montevideo. 4 Latin for 'Viscaches after intercourse are connected to
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F1571    Book:     Barlow, Nora ed. 1945. Charles Darwin and the voyage of the Beagle. London: Pilot Press.   Text   Image   PDF
Ensenado Also on the coast opposite to Mr. Lumb's estancia living ones Is M Video built on granite or gneiss? Then come the usual notes on the approach to shops and civilization. A joiner was needed for some of the preparation for the journey inland; and the urgent need for Bramah pens becomes a refrain. Oakley, a Joiner with red hair, M. Video; can be heard of at an Hotel formerly kept by Browne. Casks; red cloth. Viscache shit as dogs. Bramah pens, notebooks, watch mended, great teeth. What is M
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F1571    Book:     Barlow, Nora ed. 1945. Charles Darwin and the voyage of the Beagle. London: Pilot Press.   Text   Image   PDF
reproduced significant passages relevant to the trend of his thought and the process of his development. I should like to thank Dr. Kenneth Oakley of the Geological Survey, who has given me most valuable advice over the interpretation of some of the notes, and has helped me with his comments. I must take the reader through the years of the voyage, but not necessarily note-book by note-book, because of a lack of chronology that exists in some of them. He did not complete one pocket book before
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F1571    Book:     Barlow, Nora ed. 1945. Charles Darwin and the voyage of the Beagle. London: Pilot Press.   Text   Image   PDF
Mount, The, home of the Darwins, 7 11, 15, 63 Muskitoes (Mosquitos), 211 Negro, R., 75, 83, 88, 184 7, 191 2, 197, 213, 216, 219 New South Wales, 108, 135 New Zealand, 127, 129 31 , note-book missing, 153, 250 Oakley, Dr. Kenneth, for help over geological notes, 150 Ostriches, 76, 18o, 189, 192 4, 202, 204, 215, 221, 258 Otaheite, see Tahiti Owen, Mr. and Kitty, of Woodhouse, 63 Ourang-outang, 148 Pacific, 110, 222 , subsidence of, 243, 262 Pampas, 91 2, 105 6, 190, 195, 197, 225, 229, 235 6
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CUL-DAR32.63-72    Note:    1832.09.06-1832.10.19   Geological diary: Bahia Blanca   Text   Image
(a) In the newspaper accounts, the Megatherium lately presented by Mr Parish1 to the Geological society Novm. 20th,[1832] is stated to have been found in the mud in bed of the river Salado. — Upon examining Mr Oakley, who procured it for Mr Parish, it seems the river flows through cliffs of the Tosca. which doubtless is identical with that of Bahia Blanca Buenos Ayres (V b) from the his stating the occurrence of layers of concretionary marl Mr Oakley clearly recollects that one of the scapulas
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EH1.12    Note:    1832.11.00--1833.12.00   'Buenos Ayres (city) Beagle Channel Ascent of P. Desire Creek.' Beagle field notebook   Text
Oakley1 a joiner. with red hair: Monte Video: Can be heard of at an Hotel formerly kept by Browne: Casks: length of red cloth: Lamb well teeth Mr Fitus Hotel Calle de St Felipe [Turtle] 1 Oakley was the agent of Woodbine Parish (1796-1882), the British consular representative, see Winslow 1975. [page 14b
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CUL-DAR34.12-13    Note:    1832.11.00   Scattered facts communicated to me by different people   Text   Image
Salt is found in the ground south of the Plata Mr Lumb The Madrid Megatherium was found at Luxan said in Griffith1 to be near B. Ayres. Mr Oakley2 states there is a Villa de Luxan within some few leagues of the city. Off M: Video. Beds of muscles shells. above surface of river. are they of same date as Ensenado. or do they denote a fall in bed of the river? 1 Cuvier 1830 (edited by Edward Griffith), p. 133, discussed recently published bones of the head assigned to the Megatherium. 2 Mr Oakley
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EH1.12    Note:    1832.11.00--1833.12.00   'Buenos Ayres (city) Beagle Channel Ascent of P. Desire Creek.' Beagle field notebook   Text
[arrecos] ?) Viscache1 shit as dogs There is a small Villa at Luxan near B Ayres (Oakley) Gypsum2 Directions parchment paint. Custom House Mr May3 Hammer [tools] [sketches of tables] 1 A burrowing rodent related to the chinchilla which resembles a large rabbit, but with bigger gnawing teeth and a long tail and three toes behind like the agouti. It is common in the pampas in the neighbourhood of Buenos Ayres; see specimen 1442 in Zoology notes, pp. 180-1; listed as Lagostomus trichodactylus in
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A668    Book:     Atkins, Hedley. 1976. Down: the home of the Darwins; the story of a house and the people who lived there. London: Royal College of Surgeons [Phillimore].   Text
cottage. So it was that on the valuation of Sir John Oakley, Buckston Browne bought Down House for 4,250, spending an additional 10,000 for repairs and endowing the estate with 20,000. The British Association bought out the remainder of Miss Ram's (the Schoolmistress) lease and, by gift, the property was handed over to the care of The British Association to be preserved in perpetuity as a Memorial to Charles Darwin. Through the agency of Sir Arthur Keith, Down House had been saved once more. (PL VIII
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A27    Book:     Freeman, R. B. 1978. Charles Darwin: A companion. Folkstone: Dawson.   Text   Image
O Oakley, Mr 'A joiner with red hair'. 1833 CD met at Monte Video. O provided at least one fossil bone. Probably the same man who had collected for Sir Woodbine Parish Buenos Aires, London 175 177, 1839. Ogle, William 1827 1912. Physician naturalist. Superintendant of Statistics to the Registrar General. 1865 CD advised O on experiments on fertilisation of flowers LLiii 277. 1868 O to CD on Hippocrates' views on pangenesis LLiii 82. 1878 O translated A. Kerner Flowers and their unbidden guests
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A27b    Book:     Freeman, R. B. 2007. Charles Darwin: A companion. 2d online edition, compiled by Sue Asscher.   Text
O Oakley, Mr A joiner with red hair . O provided at least one fossil bone. Probably the same man who had collected for Sir Woodbine Parish—Buenos Aires, London 175-177, 1839. 1833 CD met at Monte Video. Ogilby, William, 1808-1873. Irish barrister who studied Stonesfield slate. Ogle, William, 1827-1905. Physician and naturalist. Superintendent of Statistics to the Registrar General. CDL. 1865 CD advised O on experiments on fertilisation of flowers—LLiii 277. 1868 O to CD on Hippocrates's views
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