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101.
CUL-DAR205.9.203    Note:    1845.06.00   In discussing under what circumstances fossils will be preserved   Image
102.
CUL-DAR205.9.204    Abstract:    [Undated]   Owen `Geological Society Proceedings' December 1845 [reference incomplete]   Image
103.
CUL-DAR205.9.205    Note:    1845.12.00   When Agassiz, d'Orbigny & Pictet say no species common   Image
104.
CUL-DAR205.9.206    Abstract:    [Undated]   Lyell Charles `Principles of Geology' old edition 3: 250   Image
105.
CUL-DAR205.9.207    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1845: 724   Image
106.
CUL-DAR205.9.208    Abstract:    [Undated]   Owen `Athenaeum' 1845: 746   Image
107.
CUL-DAR205.9.209    Abstract:    [Undated]   Sclater `Athenaeum' 1845: 746   Image
108.
CUL-DAR205.9.21    Printed:    1864.06.25   Secondary Mammalia `Reader': 814-815   Image
109.
CUL-DAR205.9.210    Note:    [Undated]   To what order of Agassiz does the Marsupial Pipe Fish belong - is it   Image
110.
CUL-DAR205.9.211    Note:    [Undated]   How good a case relation of Dinornis to Apteryx law of succession   Image
111.
CUL-DAR205.9.212    Note:    [Undated]   Gray believes that the recent Trigoniae are local species but abundant   Image
112.
CUL-DAR205.9.213    Note:    1846.02.00   22 / Reflecting on Falconer's case of series of Mastodons & Elephants   Image
113.
CUL-DAR205.9.214    Note:    1846.02.00   Murchison says Permian plants very close to Carboniferous   Image
114.
CUL-DAR205.9.215    Abstract:    [Undated]   [Chambers] `Vestiges': 41-118   Image
115.
CUL-DAR205.9.216    Note:    [ny].03.25   Falconer syas a Parkinsonia, an undoubtedly American plant   Image
116.
CUL-DAR205.9.217    Abstract:    [Undated]   Elie de Beaumont `[reference incomplete]': 65   Image
117.
CUL-DAR205.9.218    Note:    1846.06.00   Forbes says some cretaceous fossils of India show relations to living   Image
118.
CUL-DAR205.9.219    Note:    1846.06.00   Besides the probability of no deposits & no organic remains in open ocean   Image
119.
CUL-DAR205.9.22    Printed:    1865.01.11   Letter to Hartt, on the Devonian insects of New Brunswick `Boston [private?]': 1p   Image
120.
CUL-DAR205.9.220    Note:    1846.08.00   Lyell says he can prove delta of Missisippi is 100,000 old since   Image
121.
CUL-DAR205.9.221    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1846: 580   Image
122.
CUL-DAR205.9.222    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1846: 1026   Image
123.
CUL-DAR205.9.223    Note:    [Undated]   Criseis being in Cambrian series & being pteropodous.   Text   Image
124.
CUL-DAR205.9.224    Abstract:    [Undated]   Schomburgk R `History of Barbados': 563   Image
125.
CUL-DAR205.9.225    Note:    [Undated]   Forbes says that Fishes bones & cuttle fish bones   Image
126.
CUL-DAR205.9.226    Abstract:    [Undated]   Forbes `Annals of Philosophy' [reference incomplete]   Image
127.
CUL-DAR205.9.227    Abstract:    [Undated]   Orbigny `Pal': 34ff   Image
128.
CUL-DAR205.9.228    Abstract:    [Undated]   Orbigny `Voyage (partie géol)': 56   Image
129.
CUL-DAR205.9.229    Abstract:    1847.06.26   Forbes paper on Cystideae `[reference incomplete]'   Image
130.
CUL-DAR205.9.23    Printed:    1865.09.23   On a new chart of fossil Crustacea `Reader': 352   Image
131.
CUL-DAR205.9.230    Abstract:    [Undated]   Bernard W `Voyages of the Nemesis' 2: 161   Image
132.
CUL-DAR205.9.231    Note:    1847.08.00   22 / It is rash to argue even that Cetacea & Phocae did not exist in   Image
133.
CUL-DAR205.9.232    Note:    [1847.09.00]--1909.00.00   When one thinks of 2 or 3 species of genera of Marsup.   Image
134.
CUL-DAR205.9.233    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1847: 524   Image
135.
CUL-DAR205.9.234    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Geological Journal' 3:354   Image
136.
CUL-DAR205.9.235    Note:    1848.02.00   Forbes has admirable ideas on the unity in time of genus (such as I   Image
137.
CUL-DAR205.9.236    Note:    [Undated]   Murchison seems to have made out that the Permian system is intermediate   Image
138.
CUL-DAR205.9.237    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Cosmos' [reference incomplete]: 299, 303   Image
139.
CUL-DAR205.9.238    Note:    1850.11.08   If we hypothetically for moment suppose that series of formations went   Image
140.
CUL-DAR205.9.239    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1850: 615   Image
141.
CUL-DAR205.9.24    Printed:    1866.01.00   A fossil spider `Popular Science Review' 5: 104   Image
142.
CUL-DAR205.9.240    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1850: 847, 879   Image
143.
CUL-DAR205.9.241    Note:    1851.10.00   Lyell tells me that under the Potsdam Sandstone with footsteps there are   Image
144.
CUL-DAR205.9.242    Note:    1851.10.00   There is great difference in saying a Reptile cd turn into a Bird &   Image
145.
CUL-DAR205.9.243    Note:    1851.12.04   It makes not the slightest difference in considering Fossiala[?] Stylops   Image
146.
CUL-DAR205.9.244    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1851: 751   Image
147.
CUL-DAR205.9.245    Note:    1852.01.00   When I think on the breaks in the scale I feel convinced that the number   Image
148.
CUL-DAR205.9.246    Note:    1852.04.00   Hooker says Ranunculaceae & Magnoliaceae have been justly reckoned   Image
149.
CUL-DAR205.9.247    Note:    1852.09.00   22 / Generally to make out a good range of variation numerous specimens   Image
150.
CUL-DAR205.9.248    Note:    1853.02.00   From considering the struggle for existence & that all are linked   Image
151.
CUL-DAR205.9.249    Note:    1853.11.00   By higher & lower, may be meant affinity to classes considered as higher   Image
152.
CUL-DAR205.9.25    Printed:    1866.11.24   Review of Oldham T (ed) `Geological survey of India ...' `Athenaeum': 683-684   Image
153.
CUL-DAR205.9.250    Note:    1854.11.00   There is no law of Progression but time wd give better chance of sports &   Image
154.
CUL-DAR205.9.251    Note:    1854.11.00   In Borres'[?] map of W[orld] amount of Crystalline rock all imply being   Image
155.
CUL-DAR205.9.252    Note:    1854.11.00   I am inclined to think that it is very curious how similar all laws of   Image
156.
CUL-DAR205.9.253    Note:    1854.11.00   Lyell suggested that the intermediateness of old fossils may be due to   Image
157.
CUL-DAR205.9.254    Abstract:    [Undated]   Forbes `Review of Siluria' 1854: 375, 391, 368   Image
158.
CUL-DAR205.9.255    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Westminster Review' 1854: 576   Image
159.
CUL-DAR205.9.256    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1854: 1177   Image
160.
CUL-DAR205.9.257    Abstract:    [Undated]   Meyen `Athenaeum' 1854: 1243   Image
161.
CUL-DAR205.9.258    Abstract:    [Undated]   Phillips `Athenaeum' 1854: 1243   Image
162.
CUL-DAR205.9.259    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1854: 1254   Image
163.
CUL-DAR205.9.26    Printed:    1868.10.00   On some new fossils from the Longmynd rocks of Sweden `Quarterly Journal of Science' 5: 520-521   Image
164.
CUL-DAR205.9.260    Note:    [Undated]   In as much as the conditions of every species (except perhaps a few   Image
165.
CUL-DAR205.9.261    Note:    [Undated]   Hugh Miller urges as long as we go back & find same species it is   Image
166.
CUL-DAR205.9.262    Abstract:    [Undated]   Miller H `My schools and schoolmasters': 440   Image
167.
CUL-DAR205.9.263    Note:    1854.11.00   We might expect supposing for the moment each formation to represent an   Image
168.
CUL-DAR205.9.264    Note:    [Undated]   Look to Borre[?] Great map of world   Image
169.
CUL-DAR205.9.265    Note:    [Undated]   It is important that preservation of land animals alomst always in strata   Image
170.
CUL-DAR205.9.266    Note:    [Undated]   If we look at some of the great breaks in formations as between   Image
171.
CUL-DAR205.9.267    Note:    [Undated]   Considering enormous degradation 5 or 6 miles of strata formed chiefly   Image
172.
CUL-DAR205.9.268    Note:    [Undated]   If one was to judge from Mammalia prodigious changes since Glacial period   Image
173.
CUL-DAR205.9.269-270    Miscellaneous:    Undated   [blank numbers: items now stand at 205.9: 57a-57b]   Image
174.
CUL-DAR205.9.27    Printed:    1868.10.00   On the homologies and notation of the teeth of the Mammalia `Quarterly Journal of Science' 5: 529-530   Image
175.
CUL-DAR205.9.271    Note:    [Undated]   Look at Europe we do not find here and there small formations   Image
176.
CUL-DAR205.9.272    Note:    [Undated]   Falconer has discovered 3 species stage below stage of Elephants in   Image
177.
CUL-DAR205.9.273    Note:    [Undated]   If inhabitant of America then contemporary with Lunds animals had   Image
178.
CUL-DAR205.9.274    Note:    [Undated]   First consider how far fossil world is full record   Image
179.
CUL-DAR205.9.275    Note:    1855.03.00   I do not yet quite see why dying genera & therefore small genera shd not   Image
180.
CUL-DAR205.9.276    Note:    1855.06.00   When we consider the character of Eocene Flora & the Carboniferous Flora   Image
181.
CUL-DAR205.9.277    Note:    1855.11.00   Can it be shown that at every period some few forms have passed from one   Image
182.
CUL-DAR205.9.278    Note:    1855.11.00   says there are 50,000 species - Plants have on average say 8 species per   Image
183.
CUL-DAR205.9.279    Note:    1855.12.00   Widely spaced species longest existing has been explained by better   Image
184.
CUL-DAR205.9.28    Printed:    1868.11.01   What is Darwinism? `Hardwicke's Science Gossip' 4: (241-244) fragment from p. 243 only   Image
185.
CUL-DAR205.9.280    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Philosophical Transactions' 1855: 384   Image
186.
CUL-DAR205.9.281    Note:    [Undated]   Mr Gwyn Jeffreys objects that Littorina are found very abundant in Crag   Image
187.
CUL-DAR205.9.282    Note:    [Undated]   Probably far more migration than change of species heance change seldom   Image
188.
CUL-DAR205.9.283    Note:    1856.02.00   Waterhouse tells me that the Stonesfield & Trias Mammals are most   Image
189.
CUL-DAR205.9.284    Note:    1856.02.00   I went over this list with Waterhouse & compared it with Jekel   Image
190.
CUL-DAR205.9.285-286    Note:    1855.02.00   In Waterhouse's list of 62 aberrant genera including 472 species each   Image
191.
CUL-DAR205.9.287    Note:    1855.02.00   Waterhouse writes to me that the one Hipporhinum[?] tribulus from N[ew]   Image
192.
CUL-DAR205.9.288    Note:    [Undated]   List of Genera from Schoenherr of large genera   Image
193.
CUL-DAR205.9.289    Note:    [Undated]   Of these 7 Genera, 6 are in Waterhouse list ..   Image
194.
CUL-DAR205.9.29    Printed:    1869.03.09   Additional notes on the structure of Calamites `(Manchester) Philosophical Society, Proceedings' 8: 153-154 breaks off   Image
195.
CUL-DAR205.9.290    Note:    [Undated]   List from Schoenherr of Families of Curcilionidae   Image
196.
CUL-DAR205.9.291-302    Abstract:    [Undated]   Schoenherr `Genera et species Curculionidum' 1849 [lists of numbers of genera and species and their geographical distribution]   Image
197.
CUL-DAR205.9.3-4    Note:    [Undated]   (Lecture) `[source unknown]': [1-2]   Image
198.
CUL-DAR205.9.30    Printed:    1869.04.00   British lion `Popular Science Review' 8: (150-)157-158 only   Image
199.
CUL-DAR205.9.303-304    Note:    1854.11.00   Theoretical Geograph[ical] Distrib[ution]   Image
200.
CUL-DAR205.9.305-308    Note:    [Undated]   [table of numbers of genera in certain orders]   Image
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