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CUL-DAR205.9.309-310    Abstract:    [Undated]   Lindley `Vegetable Kingdom' 1845   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.31    Printed:    1869.04.00   Review of Meek F.B and Worthen A.H `Palaeontology of Illinois' `Quarterly Journal of Science' 6: 291-292   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.311    Note:    1856.04.24   Lyell on Extinction says he believes he was 1st man who made extinction a   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.312-314    Note:    1856.06.24   It is likely some stages will be f[ound] beneath lowest Silurian even   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.315    Note:    1856.07.17   In view of the forms of beings being infinitely more related to each   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.316    Note:    1856.09.14   I shd think in a high cliff 1 inch in 100 years was ample allowance for   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.317    Note:    [Undated]   The best test of highness & lowness is if equal number of productions   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.318    Note:    [Undated]   In speaking of Highness & lowness of a class we always look to higher   Text   Image
209.
CUL-DAR205.9.319    Note:    [Undated]   Areas of formation in Prof H.D Rogers Map of U States   Text   Image
210.
CUL-DAR205.9.32    Printed:    1870.01.02   On the occurrence of Gasteropoda (univalve shells) in the primordial zone `Scientific Opinion': 232   Image
211.
CUL-DAR205.9.320    Note:    [Undated]   [geographical calculation]   Text   Image
212.
CUL-DAR205.9.321    Note:    [Undated]   My Glacial doctrines show that species do not change at same rate   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.322    Note:    [Undated]   As A DeCandolle shows plainly that the lower plants range furthest (&   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.323    Note:    1837--1842   From portfolio on Palæontology & extinction (original given to Cockerells brother) Southern S. American has probably a percentage of Birds specifically same as intertropics <?> S of Equator, compared with Europe, hence it is close allied by percentage system, but this can hardly be considered the case???? If North America had no mammal identical with Europe, in same way as S. America has not, then the percentage system would not show that N. America was incomparably closer allied with Mammifers to Europe than S. America is It come to this (may be not perceive a closer) that the percentage system takes no account of relationship of relationship of organisms, when all species different. For instance Galapagos land Birds all different from S. America yet certainly closest alliance. xd < > = introduced by [illeg] ( ) = erased by CD   Text
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CUL-DAR205.9.324    Note:    1857.01.18   Falconer is convinced that Australian Mastodon is identical with the   Text
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CUL-DAR205.9.324    Note:    1857.01.18   Falconer is convinced that Australia mastodon is identical with the S. American M. Andium of Owen. 21   Text
217.
CUL-DAR205.9.325    Note:    1857.02.17   L[y]ells letter to Horner Heer says all the M[ount] Bolca fossil plants   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.326    Note:    1857.02.00   Letter from Lyell to Horner shows Barrandes Colony is true - account for   Text   Image
219.
CUL-DAR205.9.327    Note:    1857.03.07   Falconer strong that Purbeck fossils have not teeth like archetype or   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.328    Note:    1857.03.29   With respect to cliff of 500ft wearing 1 inch in century   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.329    Note:    1857.08.00   Lyells letter to Horner about 1/3 of shells in Molasses extinct   Text   Image
222.
CUL-DAR205.9.33-34    Printed:    1870.05.12   Review of Coquand H `Monographie du genre Ostrea, terrain crétacée `Nature' 2: 22-23   Image
223.
CUL-DAR205.9.330    Note:    1857.10.00   There is relation in very few Families with few number / & the rarity of   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.331    Note:    1857.11.07   My doubt whether forms change quite insensibly or by a variety being   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.332-333    Note:    1857.11.10   Palaeontology / What says the fossil history of animals   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.334    Note:    1857.11.00   The abnormal Insects & Birds in isl[ands] (plants too easily diffused)   Text   Image
227.
CUL-DAR205.9.335    Note:    [Undated]   Lyell has an extinct Gnathodon in the Miocene of Virginia - viz G   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.336    Note:    [Undated]   On reflection I certainly think that var[ieties] must be produced in many   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.337-338    Note:    [Undated]   Looking at Philippines Table in E.N.P   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.339    Note:    1858.04.00   Those who believe in successive or even single universal annihilations of   Text   Image
231.
CUL-DAR205.9.340    Note:    1858.05.21   Lyell tells me at last Birds in Upper Greensand   Text   Image
232.
CUL-DAR205.9.341    Note:    1858.12.23   inches in one mile   Text   Image
233.
CUL-DAR205.9.342    Abstract:    [Undated]   Dayman `Deep sea soundings in N Atlantic' 1858: 9   Text   Image
234.
CUL-DAR205.9.343-344    Abstract:    [Undated]   Holmes F `Pliocene fossils' 1858   Text   Image
235.
CUL-DAR205.9.345    Note:    [Undated]   The problem is to discover duration of species   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.346    Note:    1857.03.00   North Side Wealden Denudation   Text   Image   PDF
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CUL-DAR205.9.347    Note:    [Undated]   Cefn Crib section, across Forest of Dean   Text   Image
238.
CUL-DAR205.9.348    Note:    [Undated]   Maximum thickness of each formation measured in different places   Text   Image
239.
CUL-DAR205.9.349    Note:    [Undated]   Ch Geolog - add after Crasan Fault / Prof Ramsay has published an   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.35-36    Printed:    1870.07.21   Review of Leidy J `The extinct mammalian fauna of Dakota and Nebraska ...' `Nature' 2: 232-233   Image
241.
CUL-DAR205.9.350    Draft:    [Undated]   contents summary for `Ch on Geology'   Text   Image
242.
CUL-DAR205.9.351-352    Note:    [ny].11.13--[ny].03.16   [list of seeds planted and how many germinated]   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.353    Note:    1860.03.01   J Beete Jukes - says Calymene blumenbachii which ranges from upper to   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.354    Note:    1860.03.30   With respect to enormous gap between one formation wh[ich] Sedgwick   Text   Image
245.
CUL-DAR205.9.355    Note:    [1850s?].08.00   Barrandes Col[onies] / A little increase of warmth would allow the marine   Text   Image
246.
CUL-DAR205.9.356    Abstract:    [Undated]   Bronn `Origin trans': 517   Text   Image
247.
CUL-DAR205.9.357    Printed:    1865.03.00   'Défense des Colonies III' [Paris/Prague Barrande]: fragment from p. 175 & pp. 181-182   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.358    Note:    [Undated]   One of the most distinguished Pal[eontologists] in Europe Prof Pictet   Text   Image
249.
CUL-DAR205.9.359    Abstract:    [Undated]   Lubbock `Linnean Transactions' 1860 or 1866: 166   Text   Image
250.
CUL-DAR205.9.360    Note:    [Undated]   The total number of species having immensely increased since Dawn of Life   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.361    Note:    1861.01.30   Woodward showed me lists showing how very large proportion of kinds &   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.362    Note:    1861.03.23   We must not suppose every country as rich as Europe in successive fossils   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.363    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Geological Surv India Mem': 303ff   Text   Image
254.
CUL-DAR205.9.364    Abstract:    [Undated]   `Annals and Magazine of Natural History' 3s 9 1862: 140, 142, 146   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.365    Printed:    1863.10.17   On a salamander in the Roth-liegendes `Reader' 2: 449   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.366    Printed:    1863.04.00   On an illustration of the manner in which birds may occasionally aid in the dispersion of seeds `Zoological Society Proceedings' 31: 127-129 [1-2] 13 April 1871: 463-465   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.367    Abstract:    [Undated]   `Annals and Magazine of Natural History' 3s 11 1863: 148   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.368    Note:    1864.12.11   The more I think the more I am inclined to believe in Suess   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.369    Abstract:    [Undated]   Pamphlet [G]496   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.37-38    Printed:    1871.02.09   Notice of Burmeister H `Fauna Argentina' `Nature' 3: 282-283   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.370    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Philosophical Transactions' 1867 ii: 626   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.371    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Journal Sci' 1867: 409   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.372    Note:    [Undated]   Palaeontology / A Gaudry great work must be all read - very good on Filiation of Species   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.373    Printed:    1868.11.00   A new sub-genus of Megalonyx `Scientific Opinion' 1: 16   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.374    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Botanische Zeitung' 46 1879: 743   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.375    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Geological Proceedings' 3: 752   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.376    Note:    [Undated]   Lerneidae - Hookers parasitical plants are high by descent but are   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.377    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Report on New York palaeontology': 249   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.378    Correspondence:   Dana James Dwight to Darwin Charles Robert  1856.12.08   Dana James Dwight to Darwin Charles Robert   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.379    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert to Hooker Joseph Dalton  [1858].12.31   Darwin Charles Robert to Hooker Joseph Dalton
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CUL-DAR205.9.380    Correspondence:   Falconer Hugh to Darwin Charles Robert  [1862].05.07   Falconer Hugh to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.381    Correspondence:   Gray Asa to Darwin Charles Robert  1857.07.07   Gray Asa to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.382    Correspondence:   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert  [1854.03.25.ca]   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR205.9.383    Correspondence:   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert  [1854.06.29]   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR205.9.384    Correspondence:   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert  1854.08.25   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.385    Correspondence:   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert  [1854.11.06]   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR205.9.386    Correspondence:   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert  [1854.11.15]   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert
278.
CUL-DAR205.9.387    Note:    [Undated]   [relating to CUL-DAR205.9.386]
279.
CUL-DAR205.9.388    Correspondence:   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert  [1854.12.05]   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.389    Note:    [1854.12.05]   [relating to CUL-DAR205.9.388]   Text   Image
281.
CUL-DAR205.9.39    Printed:    1872.11.21   American scientific intelligence `Nature' 7: 56   Image
282.
CUL-DAR205.9.390    Note:    [1854.12.05]   [relating to CUL-DAR205.9.388]   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.391    Correspondence:   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert  [1854.12.11.after]   Hooker Joseph Dalton (Sir [1869]) to Darwin Charles Robert   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.392    Correspondence:   Lowe Richard Thomas to Darwin Charles Robert  1854.09.19   Lowe Richard Thomas to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.393    Correspondence:   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])  [1843.04.09]   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.394    Correspondence:   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])  [1857.01.16]   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])
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CUL-DAR205.9.395    Correspondence:   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])  [1860.02.13--1860.02.14]   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.396    Correspondence:   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])  1860.05.07   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])   Image
289.
CUL-DAR205.9.397    Correspondence:   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])  [1860.10.03.after]   Lyell Charles (Sir [1848], 1st baronet [1864])
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CUL-DAR205.9.398    Correspondence:   Ramsay Andrew Crombie (Sir [1881])  1858.12.29   Ramsay Andrew Crombie (Sir [1881])   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.399    Correspondence:   Ramsay Andrew Crombie (Sir [1881])  1859.01.06   Ramsay Andrew Crombie (Sir [1881])   Image
292.
CUL-DAR205.9.40    Printed:    1874.02.05   Barrande and Darwinism `Nature' 10: 261-262   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.400    Correspondence:   Ramsay Andrew Crombie (Sir [1881])  [1859.06.27--1859.06.30]   Ramsay Andrew Crombie (Sir [1881])
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CUL-DAR205.9.401    Correspondence:   Waterhouse George Robert to Darwin Charles Robert  1854.11.11   Waterhouse George Robert to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.402    Correspondence:   Watson Hewett Cottrell to Darwin Charles Robert  [1854.11.19?]   Watson Hewett Cottrell to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.403    Correspondence:   Woodward Samuel Pickworth to Darwin Charles Robert  [1856.06.04.after]   Woodward Samuel Pickworth to Darwin Charles Robert
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CUL-DAR205.9.41    Printed:    1874.07.00   Marsh, O. C. Small size of the brain in Tertiary mammals. American Journal of Science and Arts, 3rd series, vol. 8 (July), pp. 66-67.   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.42    Printed:    1872.11.21   Review of Dunker - and Zittel - `Palaeontographica: Beiträge zur Naturgeschichte der Vorwelt' `Nature' 7: 145   Image   PDF
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CUL-DAR205.9.43-44    Printed:    1876.02.17--1876.02.24   Hunterian lectures on the relation of extinct to existing Mammalia `Nature' 13: 307-308; 327-328   Image
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CUL-DAR205.9.45-46    Printed:    1876.11.18   Evolution of plant life `Gardeners' Chronicle': 644-645   Image
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