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1841-1891. Census Returns of England and Wales. Entries relating to the Darwin family. Text Image Text & image

1881-1882. Last will and testament of Charles Robert Darwin. Text Image YorkProbateSubRegistry

1908. The Darwin-Wallace celebration held on Thursday, 1st July, 1908 by the Linnean society of London. Text A281

1909. Darwin Centenary Number. Christ's College Magazine. XXIII, Easter Term. Text Image A36

1909. Order of the proceedings at the Darwin celebrations held at Cambridge June 22-June 24, 1909. With a sketch of Darwin's life. Text Image F1481

1960. Handlist of Darwin papers at the University Library Cambridge. Text A94

Abbot, F. E. 3.12.1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A1-A2

Abbott, L. F. 1927. Charles Darwin, the saint. In Ibid. Twelve great modernists. New York: Doubleday. Text Image PDF A876

Adams, L. T. 1874. Mr. Darwin and the theory of natural selection. New Englander (October) 33: 741-770. Text Image A59

Agassiz, J. L. R. 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of species. American Journal of Science and Arts (Ser. 2) 30 (July): 142-154. Text Image A45

Airy, Hubert. 1873. On leaf-arrangement [Communicated by Charles Darwin]. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 21: 176-179. Text Image A248

Allen, G. 1882. Obituary: Charles Darwin. The Academy 21, No. 521 (29 April): 306-7. Text Image A247

Allen, G. 1885. Charles Darwin. Text Image A254

Allen, G. 1885. Charles Darwin. New York: D. Appleton. Text Image A254

Anon. [Report of a meeting of the Royal Geographical Society]. 1840. The Times (26 May): 5. Text Image A183

Anon. [Subscribers to the Strangers' Friend Society]. 1841. The Times (16 January): 4. Text Image A184

Anon. 1828. The Cambridge University Calendar for the year 1828. Cambridge: Smith. [Extracts only] Image A521

Anon. 1829. The Cambridge University Calendar for the year 1829. Cambridge: Smith. [Extracts only] Image A522

Anon. 1830. The Cambridge University Calendar for the year 1830. Cambridge: Smith. [Extracts only] Image A523

Anon. 1831. The Cambridge University Calendar for the year 1831. Cambridge: Smith. [Extracts only] Image A524

Anon. 1832. The Cambridge University Calendar for the year 1832. Cambridge: Smith. [Extracts only] Image A525

Anon. 1835. [Report of a meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society]. The Times (22 December): 7. Text A182

Anon. 1836-7. [Reports of Darwin's communications read to the Cambridge Philosophical Society 1835-7]. The London and Edinburgh philosophical magazine and journal of science 8, no. 43 (January 1836): 79, 80; 10, no. 61 (April 1837): 316. Text A644

Anon. 1836. [Return of the Beagle and Darwin's observations]. Nautical Magazine 5: 755. Text A351

Anon. 1837. Report of the Zoological Society of London. The Times (13 July): 6. Text A181

Anon. 1839. [Review of] Narrative... [and] Journal of researches... Quarterly Review 65, no. 129 (December): 194-234. Text Image A515

Anon. 1839. Births. [William Erasmus Darwin]. The Times (30 December): 8. Text A192

Anon. 1842. [Obituary notice of Mary Eleanor Darwin]. The Times (19 October): 7. Text Image A185

Anon. 1845. [Review of] Journal of Researches into the Geology and Natural History of the various countries visited by His Majety's ship Beagle. North American Review 61, Issue 128 (July): 181-199. Text Image A40

Anon. 1845. Calamitous fire at Quebec. The Times (28 July): 1. Text Image A193

Anon. 1846. [Review of] Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the various countries visited by H.B.M.S Beagle round the world. United States Democratic Review 18, no. 95 (May): 398. Text Image A41

Anon. 1846. D'Orbigny's 'Paléontologie Universelle' [with an extract from a letter to Darwin]. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 2 (2): 59. Text Image A114

Anon. 1847. [Review of] Geological observations made during the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. British Quarterly Review 5: 358-387. Text A680

Anon. 1855. [Editorial on recent discoveries of ancient seeds and experiments on the vitality of seeds]. Gardeners' Chronicle no. 45 (10 November): 739-40. Image A640

Anon. 1859. [Review of] On the origin of species. Saturday Review (London) (24 December): 775-776. Text Image [Including 15 October 1859 advertizement for Origin of species] A514

Anon. 1859. Charles Darwin on the origin of species. Chambers's Journal 11: 388-391. Text Image A507

Anon. 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of Species, by Means of Natural Selection. Charles Darwin. Living Age 66, Issue 848 (1 September): 474-506. Text Image A58

Anon. 1860. British Association for the Advancement of Science. The Times (11 June): 9. Text Image A195

Anon. 1860. Darwin on the Origin of Species. New Englander 18 (70) (May): 516-519. Text Image A561

Anon. 1860. Natural selection. All the Year Round 3 no. 63 (7 July): 293-299. Text Image A509

Anon. 1861. Coventry relief fund. The Times (19 January): 3. Text Image A196

Anon. 1861. Indian Famine relief fund. The Times (5 April): 6. Text Image A188

Anon. 1862. Lancashire and Cheshire Operatives Relief Fund. The Times (29 September): 3. Image A197

Anon. 1862. Lancashire distress. The Times (15 December): 5. Text Image A198

Anon. 'A discursive'. 1866. Cut or uncut. Athenaeum (22 December): 848. Text Image A214

Anon. 'A great reader'. 1866. Cut or Uncut. Athenaeum (15 December): 803. Text Image A167

Anon. 1867. East-End Central Relief Committee. The Times (25 December): 2. Image A187

Anon. 1867. The Jamaica committee. The Times (25 January): 3. Text Image A190

Anon. 1868. [Review of] Variation of animals and plants under domestication. Gardeners' Chronicle (22 February): 184. Text Image A610

Anon. 1868. Artificial selection and pangenesis. Popular Science Review 7 (April): 176-80. Text Image A611

Anon. 1868. [Review of] Variation of animals and plants under domestication. Lancet 1 (18 April, 16 May): 501, 622-3; 2 (5 September): 313-14. Text Image A605

Anon. 1868. [Review of] The Variation of animals and plants under domestication. American Naturalist 2 (4) (June) 208-209. Text Image A117

Anon. 1868. [Review of] Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication. North American Review 107 (Issue 220, July): 362-368. Text Image A67

Anon. 1868. [Review of] Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication. Atlantic Monthly 22 (Issue 129, July): 122-124. Text Image A65

Anon. 1868. Darwin and pangenesis. Quarterly Journal of Science 5 (July): 295-313. Text Image A609

Anon. 1868. [Review of] Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication. Putnam's monthly magazine of American literature, science and art 12 (10 October): 505-506. Text Image A66

Anon. 1868. [Review of] The Variation of animals and plants under domestication. American Naturalist 2 (10) (December) 547-553. Text Image A116

Anon. 1869. [Influence of the stock on the scion]. Gardeners' Chronicle (26 June): 686. [Extract sent by Darwin for publication] Text A614

Anon. 1868. A new work by Mr. Darwin [Descent of man]. The Academy 1 (9 October): 15-16. Text A633

Anon. 1869. National Education League. The Times (9 November): 7. Text A201

Anon. 1871. [Review of the Descent of Man]. Annual Register 368. Text A28

Anon. 1872. [Report of Darwin's name put forward as Lord Rector of Aberdeen University]. The Times (6 November): 5. Text A226

Anon. 1873. [Review of] The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 2: 444-446. Image A70

Anon. 1874. [Darwin proposed as Rector] University Intelligence: St. Andrews. The Times (27 November): 10. Text A191

Anon. 1875. [Notice of publication of Insectivorous plants and Climbing Plants.] Garden, an illustrated weekly journal of gardening in all its branches 7 (23 January): 62. Text Image A663

Anon. 1876. Darwin's Insectivorous Plants. North American Review 122 (Issue 251, April): 425-437. Text Image A71

Anon. 1878. [Review of] Darwin's Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species. The American Naturalist 12(2) (February) 115-116. Text Image A111

Anon. 1878. [Petition against war signed by Darwin]. The Penny Illustrated Paper (18 May): 305. Text A714

Anon. 1879. University intelligence [meeting in Christ's College, Cambridge of the committee of the Darwin Memorial Fund]. The Times (8 March): 9. Text A872

Anon. (c. 1880s). [Recollections of Charles Darwin]. Text CUL-DAR112.B5

Anon. 1880. Excursion to Down. Lewisham and Blackheath Scientific Association Report 2 (10 July): 19-20. Text Image

Anon. 1881. [Review of] The Power of Movement in Plants. by Charles Darwin; Francis Darwin. Science 2 (No. 39, 26 March): 144. Text Image A72

Anon. 1881. [The will of Erasmus Alvey Darwin]. The Times (7 October): 4. Text A229

Anon. 1881. The proposed memorial to Dean Stanley. The Times (13 December): 8. Text Image A186

Anon. 1881. The scientific education of woman [with a donation by Darwin for a Cambridge laboratory for women]. The Times (27 January): 4. Text A227

Anon. 1882. [Admission ticket.] Funeral of Mr. Darwin. Text Image A203

Anon. 1882. Obituary: Charles Robert Darwin F.R.S. Lancet (29 April) pp. 693-694; 712-714. Text & image CUL-DAR216.17b

Anon. 1882. The late Mr. Darwin. The Times (29 April): 7. Text A864

Anon. 1882. [Request to bury the body of Charles Darwin in Westminster Abbey.] The Times (26 April): 11. Text A862

Anon. 1882. [Obituaries of Darwin] Morning Post (21 April). Text & image CUL-DAR216.19a

Anon. 1882. Charles Robert Darwin. The Times (21 and 24 April). Text & image CUL-DAR216.25b-27a

Anon. 1882. [Obituary of Darwin]. The Morning Advertiser (21 April). Text & image CUL-DAR216.33a

Anon. 1882.  [Obituary of Darwin]. Daily News (21 April). Text & image CUL-DAR216.3a

Anon 1882. [Obituary of Darwin]. Daily Telegraph (21 April). Text & image CUL-DAR216.7a

Anon. 1882. [Burial scene engraving] Funeral of the late Charles Robert Darwin. The Graphic (6 May): 1. Image A233

Anon. 1882. [Obituary of] Charles Darwin. The Nation no. 878 (27 April): 354-5. Image A613

Anon. 1882. [Obituary of] Darwin. Manufacturer and builder 14, Issue 6 (June): 123. Text Image A83

Anon. 1882. [Obituary] Charles Robert Darwin. Punch (29 April): 203. Text Image A486

Anon. 1882. [Obituary] The late Mr. Darwin. The Times 3 May: 10. Text Image A85

Anon. 1882. [Review of] Darwin's Formation of Vegetable Mold Through the Action of Worms. The American Naturalist 16(6) (June) 499-500. Text Image A110

Anon. 1882. Obituary: Charles Darwin, M. A., F. R. S. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography 4 (5) (May) 314. Text Image A118

Anon. 1882. Review of The Life of Charles Darwin by G.W. Bacon. Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology, Industrial Arts, Manufactures, and Technology, (3rd series) 4: 549-550. Image A305

Anon. 1882. Carlos Darwin. El Club de Matanzas No.11 (16 June): 88. Text A713

Anon. 1883. Darwin's handwriting. The Field Naturalist p. 78. Text Image A499

Anon. 1883. Mr. Charles Darwin on infant development. The Field Naturalist pp. 5-7. Text Image A497

Anon. 1885. The Darwin memorial. The Times (16 May): 11. Text A867

Anon. 1885. The Darwin memorial statue. The Times (10 June): 10. Text A868

Anon. 1885. Unveiling the statue of the late Charles Darwin in the Natural History Museum, South Kensington. The Graphic (20 June): 621-22. Text Image A542

Anon. 1887. Charles Darwin at Christ's. Christ's College Magazine October Term, pp. 17-27. Image A552

Anon. 1894. Proposed memorial to the late Charles Darwin. Public meeting in Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury Chronicle (2 February). [offprint] Image A537

Anon. 1894. Proposed Darwin memorial at Shrewsbury. The Times (31 January): 8. Text A869

Anon. 1897. [Down House to be let]. The Times (25 February): 16. Text A541

Anon. 1900. List of donations [books] received during the year 1899: From the executors of the late Mrs Darwin. Cambridge University Reporter 30 (41) 15 June: 1079-1080. Text A298

Anon. 1909. A visit to Darwin's village: reminiscences of some of his humble friends. Evening News (12 February): 4. Text Image A546

Anon. 1909. Order of the proceedings at the Darwin celebrations held at Cambridge June 22-June 24, 1909. With a sketch of Darwin's life. Text Image PDF F1481

Anon. 1911. Darwin's lodgings. Christ's College Magazine Easter Term, pp. 248-50. Image A553

Anon. 1932. Darwin at Down: the house and garden. The Times (19 April): 19. Text A871

Anon. [nd]. Charles Darwin in Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury: Information Centre for Shrewsbury and Atcham Borough Council. Image A590

Ape [Carlo Pelligrini]. 1869. Statesmen no. 25: [Samuel Wilberforce]. Vanity Fair (24 July): 50. Image A504

Ape [Pelligrini, Carlo]. 1871. Men of the day no 19: [Thomas Henry Huxley]. Vanity Fair (28 January): 306. Image A503

Armstrong, P. 1985. Charles Darwin in Western Australia: A young scientist's perception of an environment. Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press. Text A587

Armstrong, P. 1991. Under the blue vault of heaven: A study of Charles Darwin's sojourn in the Cocos (Keeling) Islands. Nedlands: Indian Ocean Centre for Peace Studies. Text A588

Armstrong, P. 1992. Charles Darwin's last island: Terceira, Azores, 1836. Geowest no. 27. Text A591

Armstrong, P. 1992. Darwin's desolate islands: A naturalist in the Falklands, 1833 and 1834. Chippenham: Picton Publishing, 1992. Text A589

Ashworth, J. H. 1935. Charles Darwin as a student in Edinburgh, 1825-1827. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 55: 97-113, pls. 1-2. Text Image A349

Astronomicus. 1871. Darwinism and astronomy. The Times (12 April): 10. Text A202

Atkins, H. 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 A668

Aveling, E. B. 1883. The religious views of Charles Darwin. Text Image A234

A. M. 1875. [Review of] Insectivorous plants. Garden, an illustrated weekly journal of gardening in all its branches 8 (24 July): 63-65. Text Image A664

Babbage, C. 1838. The Ninth Bridgewater Treatise. 2d ed. Text Image A25

Babington, C. C. 1836. Notice of the varieties of Chiasognathus Grantii, forwarded to Cambridge by C. Darwin, Esq. (Read 4 Jan.) Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1: lxxxv-lxxxvi. Text A891

Babington, C. C. [1842.] Dytiscidae Darwinianae; or, Descriptions of the Species of Dytiscidae collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., M.A. Sec. G. S. &c., in South America and Australia during his Voyage in H.M.S. Beagle. [Read 4 June 1838] Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London 3: 1-17. Text Image A38

Bain, A. 1873. Review of 'Darwin on expression:' being a postcript to The senses and the intellect. London: Longmans, Green, & Co. Text Image A251

Balfour, J. B. 1882. Obituary Notice of Charles Robert Darwin. Transactions & Proceedings of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh 14: 284-8. Text Image A6

Banks, M. 1971. A Darwin manuscript on Hobart Town. Papers and proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 105: 5-19. Text Image PDF F1829

Banks, M. R. and D. Leaman eds. 1999. Charles Darwin's Field Notes on the geology of Hobart Town — A modern appraisal. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 133(1): 29-50. Text Image F1821

Barlow, N. 1932. Robert FitzRoy and Charles Darwin. Cornhill Magazine (April): 493-510. Text Image A536

Barlow, N. ed. 1933. Charles Darwin's diary of the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. Text Image PDF F1566 [Editorial matter only].

Barlow, N. 1935. Charles Darwin and the Galapagos Islands. Nature 136 (7 September): 391. Text F2112

Barlow, N. ed. 1945. Charles Darwin and the voyage of the Beagle. Text Image PDF F1571 Click to see illustrations

Barlow, N. ed. 1958. The autobiography of Charles Darwin 1809-1882. With the original omissions restored. Edited and with appendix and notes by his grand-daughter Nora Barlow. Text Image PDF F1497 Click to see illustrationsBarlow, N. ed. 1963. Darwin's ornithological notes. Bulletin BMNH (Hist.) 2, No. 7, pp. 201-278. With introduction, notes & appendix by the editor. Text Image PDF F1577

Barlow, N. ed. 1958. The autobiography of Charles Darwin 1809-1882. With the original omissions restored. Edited and with appendix and notes by his grand-daughter Nora Barlow. Text Image PDF F1497

Barlow, N. ed. 1967. Darwin and Henslow. The growth of an idea. Text Image PDF F1598 Click to see illustrations

Barrett, P. H. ed. 1960. A transcription of Darwin's first notebook [B] on 'Transmutation of species'. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard 122: [245]-296, for 1959-1960 (April). Text Image F1575 [Since superceded by F1817]

Barrett, P. H. 1974. Early writings of Charles Darwin. In Gruber, H. E., Darwin on man.London: Wildwood. [Notebooks M, N, Old and useless notes, Essay on theology and natural selection, Questions for Mr. Wynne, Extracts from B-C-D-E transmutation notebooks, A Biographical Sketch of Charles Darwin's Father, Plinian Society Minutes Book] Text F1582 [Since superceded by F1817]

Barrett, P. H. 1974. The Sedgwick-Darwin geologic tour of North Wales. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 118, No. 2. (19 April): 146-164. Text Image PDF F1964

Barrett, P. H. ed. 1977. On the Ova of Flustra, or, Early Notebook, Containing Observations Made by C.D. When He Was at Edinburgh, March 1827. In Collected papers of Charles Darwin. 2 vols. Chicago: University Press, 2: 285-91. Text F1583a

Beck, R. 1865. [Darwin's dissecting microscope.] A treatise on the construction, proper use, and capabilities of Smith, Beck, and Beck's achromatic microscopes. London: J. Van Voorst, pp. 102-104. Text Image A500

Bell, T. 1842-3. Reptiles [and Amphibia] Part 5 of The zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co.Text Image PDF F9.5
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Bennett, T. 1861. Dun horses. The Field 17 (18 May): 431. Text Image A277

Bentham, G. 1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A5-A7

Berkeley, M. J. 1839. Notice of Some Fungi Collected by C. Darwin, Esq., during the Expedition of H. M. Ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 4: 291-93. Text Image A97

Berkeley, M. J. 1842. Notice on some fungi collected by C. Darwin, Esq., in South America and the Islands of the Pacific. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 9: 443-448. Text Image A127

Berkeley, M. J. 1845. On an edible fungus from Tierra del Fuego, and an allied Chilian species. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 19: 37-43, plate 4. Text Image F1671

Besancenet, A. de. 1892. Charles Darwin (1809-1882). Les Contemporains (Paris) No. 11 (25 December): 1-16. Text Image A352

Bettany, G. T. 1887. Life of Charles Darwin. London: Walter Scott. Text Image A75

Bibron, G. 1841. Le rhinoderme de Darwin. Rhinoderma Darwinii. In Duméril, A. M. C. & Bibron, G. eds. Erpétologie générale, ou Histoire naturelle compléte des reptiles. Paris: Librairie Encyclopedique de Roret, vol. 8, p. 659. Text Image A518

Blackman, F. F. 1932. Obituary notice of Francis Darwin. (With portrait). 1848-1925. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 110: i-xxi. Text Image A346

Blomefield, L. Jenyns. 1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A67-A68

Blomefield, L. Jenyns. 1887. Chapters in my life. Bath: [privately printed]. Text Image PDF A328

Bölsche, W. 1908. Darwin als Reisender. Kosmos 5 (12): 377-381. Image A880

Bowen, E. 1934. The mulberry tree [Downe House]. In Greene, Graham ed., The old school: essays by divers hands. London: Jonathan Cape, pp. 45-59. Text Image A484

[Bowen, F.] 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. North American Review 90: 474-506. Text Image A15

Boyd, T. 1859. [Review of] On the Tendency of Species to Form Varieties. Zoologist 17: 6357-6359. Text Image A42

Bradford, G. 1926. Darwin. Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin. Text Image PDF A875

[Bridge.] 1882. [Words of Anthem composed by J. Frederick Bridge.] Westminster Abbey. Text Image A204

[Broderip, W. J.] 1839. [Review of] Narrative of the Voyages of H. M. S. Adventure and Beagle; .... London: 1839. Edinburgh Review or Critical Journal 69, no. 140 (July): 467-493. Text Image A225

Bronn, H. G. 1860. [Review of] Ch. Darwin: on the Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, or the preservation of favoured races in the struggle for life (502 pp. 8o, London 1859). Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefaktenkunde 112-116. Text A16

Bryant, G. E. 1942. New species of Chrysomelidae, Halticinae (Coleopt.), collected by Charles Darwin during the voyage of the 'Beagle', 1832-1836. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Ser. 11) 9: 99-107. Text Image A326

Bryce, J. 1909. Personal Reminiscences of Charles Darwin and of the Reception of the "Origin of Species". Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 48, No. 193 (September): iii-xiv. Text Image A241

Büchner, L. 1901. [Recollection of Darwin's religious views]. Last Words on Materialism and Kindred Subjects, translated by Joseph McCabe. London: Watts and Co., pp. 147-8. Text A571

Buckland, W. 1837. Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology. Sixth Bridgewater treatise. Text A295

Bunbury, C. J. F. 1906. [Recollections of Darwin.] The life of Sir Charles J. F. Bunbury, Bart. Edited by his sister-in-law Mrs Henry Lyell [Katherine Murray Lyell]; with an introductory note by Sir Joseph Hooker. 2 vols. London: John Murray. Text A716

[Buob, L.] 1882. Darwin's Heim. Ueber Land und Meer. Allgemeine illustrierte Zeitung No. 34: 691-2, 1 plate, p. 688. [with English translation] Text Image A333

Burke, H. F. 1888. Pedigree of the family of Darwin. Image PDF A163

Busk, G. 1852. Catalogue of marine Polyzoa in the collection of the British Museum. Part I. Cheilostomata (part). London: Trustees of the British Museum. Text Image A532.1

Busk, G. 1854. Catalogue of marine Polyzoa in the collection of the British Museum, Part II. Cheilostomata (part). London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History). Text Image A532.2

Busk, G. 1875. Catalogue of marine Polyzoa in the collection of the British Museum, Part III. Cyclostomata. London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History). Text Image A532.3

Butler, T. 1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A10-A12

C. E. B. 1881. [Review of] Darwin's The Power of Movement in Plants. American Naturalist 15(9) (September) 729. Text Image A112

Caldcleugh, A. 1825. Travels in South America, during the years 1819 - 20 - 21: containing an account of the present state of Brazil, Buenos Ayres, and Chile. 2 vols. London: John Murray.
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Calman W. J. 1912. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A13

Cameron J. H. L. [ny]. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A14

Campbell, G. 1867. The Reign of Law. London: Alexander Strahan. Text Image A26

Carpenter, W. B. 1860. The Theory of Development in Nature. British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review 25 (April): 367-404. Text Image A46

Carpenter, W. B. 1863. Dr. Carpenter and his reviewer. Athenaeum (4 April): 461. Text A249

Carpenter, W. B. 1882. Charles Darwin: his life and work. Modern Review 3: 500-24. Text Image A7

[Carpenter, W. B.] 1860. Darwin on the Origin of Species. National Review 10: 188-214. Text A17

Carlyle, T. 1853. [Recollection of Darwin] Letter to John A. Carlyle, 10 March 1853. In Carlyle, A. ed. 1904. New letters of Thomas Carlyle. 2 vols. London: John Lane, vol. 2: 145-46. Text A651

[Chambers, R.] 1844. Vestiges of the natural history of creation. London: John Churchill. Text A2

[Chambers, R.] 1845. Explanations: A sequel to "Vestiges of the natural history of creation." By the author of that work. London: John Churchill. Text Image A3

Champion, G. C. 1918. Notes on various South American Coleoptera collected by Charles Darwin during the voyage of the Beagle, with descriptions of new genera and species. Entomologists' Monthly Magazine 54: 43-55. Text Image A702

Chancellor, G., A. diMauro, R. Ingle, G. King. 1988. Charles Darwin's Beagle Collections in the Oxford University Museum. Archives of Natural History 15 (2): 197-231. Text Image PDF F1838 (© Society for the History of Natural History, reproduced with permission.)

Chancellor, G. 1990. Charles Darwin's St Helena Model Notebook. Bulletin BMNH (Hist.) 18, No. 2: 203-228. Text Image PDF F1839

Chancellor, J. 2007. FitzRoy's Beagle. [Previously unpublished manuscript c. 1980]. Introduction Text A245

[Church, W. R.] 1860. [Review of] On the origin of species. Guardian (London) (8 February): 134-135. Text Image A512

Clark, J. W. and T. M. Hughes eds. 1890. The walking tour in North Wales. In The life and letters of the Reverend Adam Sedgwick Text Image A8

Clift, W. 1835. Notice on the Megatherium brought from Buenos Ayres by Woodbine Parish, Jun., Esq. F.G.S. F.R.S. [Read 13 June 1832] Transactions of the Geological Society of London (2nd ser.) 3 (3): 437-450, pls. 43-46. Text Image PDF A703

Cobbold, T. S. 1873. Notes on Entozoa—Part I. [Read 10 October] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 47 (18 November): 736-742, 1 plate. Text Image A293

Cobbold, T. S. 1874. Notes on Entozoa. Part II. [Read 2 January] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 48 (3 February): 124-8, 1 plate. Text Image A294

Cobbold, T. S. 1886. Notes on Parasites collected by the late Charles Darwin, Esq. By T. Spencer Cobbold, M.D., F.R.S., F.L.S., Hon. Vice-President of the Birmingham Natural History and Microscopical Society. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society (Zoology) 19: 174-8. Text Image F1806

Cockerell, T. D. A. 1932. Bees collected by Charles Darwin on the voyage of the 'Beagle'. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 40 (December): 519-522. Text Image A322

Cohn, F. 1882. Ein Besuch bei Charles Darwin [1876]. Breslauer Zeitung (23 April). Image CUL-DAR 216.68c-69a

Cohn, F. 1901. Ein Besuch bei Charles Darwin. 1876. In Blätter der Erinnerung. Breslau: Kern. Image A592

Combe, G. 1847. The Constitution of Man and Its Relation to External Objects. Text A33

Cox C. F. 1889. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A15

Cradock, E. H. 1882. [Recollections of Darwin.] Text CUL-DAR112.A16-A17

[Crawford, J.] 1859. [Review of] Origin of species. Examiner pp. 772-773. Text  Image

Cunningham, J. T. 1886. Charles Darwin, naturalist. The Round Table series. Text Image A76

Cuvier, G. 1830. The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization . . . with additional descriptions of all the species hitherto named, and of many not before noticed. By Edward Griffith and others. Supplementary volume on the fossils. London: Whittacker. Text Image A548

[Dallas, W. S.?]. 1868. [Review of] Variation of animals and plants under domestication. Westminster Review n.s. 35 (January): 207-27. Text Image A606

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Darwin, C. R. 1873. Mr. Darwin on primroses, cowslips, and oxlips. Garden, an illustrated weekly journal of gardening in all its branches 3 (31 May): 416-417. [Summary of F1744] Image A660

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Darwin, Emma. 1868. [Letter on the spinal ice-bag]. In J. Chapman, Sea-sickness and how to prevent it. London: Trübner and Co., p. 101. Text Image A329

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Darwin, F. 1877. On the Protrusion of Protoplasmic Filaments from the Glandular Hairs of the Common Teasel (Dipsacus sylvestris). Communicated by Charles Darwin. [Abstract] Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 26: 4-8. Text Image A242

Darwin, F. 1882. Mr. Charles Darwin's letters. Academy 526 (3 June): 396. Text A580

Darwin, F. 1899. The botanical work of Darwin. Annals of Botany 13: ix-xix. Text A261

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Darwin, F. 1912. FitzRoy and Darwin, 1831-36. Nature 88 (12 February): 547-8. Text Image A259

Darwin, F. 1914. [Obituary of] William Erasmus Darwin. Christ's College Magazine 29: 16-23. Text Image A554

Darwin, F. 1916. Memoir of Sir George Darwin. In Scientific Papers by Sir George Howard Darwin. Text A262

Darwin, F. 1917. Rustic sounds and other studies in literature and natural history. London: John Murray. [Darwin family recollections only]. Text Image A300

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Darwin, F. and E. H. Acton. 1909. Practical physiology of plants. Cambridge: University Press. Text Image A297

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Daubeny, C. G. B. 1861. Remarks on the final causes of the sexuality of plants, with particular reference to Mr Darwin's work "On the origin of species by natural selection". Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 30th meeting (1861), Transactions of the sections: 109-110. Text Image A62

Davy, J. 1854-5. Some Observations on the Ova of the Salmon, in Relation to the Distribution of Species. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 7: 362-363. Text Image A107

Davy, J. 1856. On the Vitality of the Ova of the Salmonidae of Different Ages; in a Letter addressed to Charles Darwin, Esq., M.A., V.P.R.S. &c. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 8: 27-33. Text Image A108

Davy, J. 1856. Some Observations on the Ova of the Salmon, in Relation to the Distribution of Species; in a letter addressed to Charles Darwin, Esq., M.A., V.P.R.S. &c. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 146: 21-29. Text Image A109

[Dawkins, W. B.]. 1868. [Review of] Variation of animals and plants under domestication. Edinburgh Review 128 (October): 414-50. Text Image A603

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de Beer, G. 1968. The Darwin letters at Shrewsbury School. Notes and Records of the Royal Society 23 (1) (June): 68-85. Text Image A538

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de Beer, G. ed. 1960. Darwin's notebooks on transmutation of species. Part II. Second notebook [C] (February to July 1838). Bulletin BMNH (Hist.) 2, No. 3 (May): 75-118. Text Image PDF F1574b [Since superceded by F1817]

de Beer, G. ed. 1960. Darwin's notebooks on transmutation of species. Part III. Third notebook [D] (July 15 to October 2nd 1838). Bulletin BMNH (Hist.) 2, No. 4 (July):119-150. Text Image PDF F1574c [Since superceded by F1817]

de Beer, G. ed. 1960. Darwin's notebooks on transmutation of species. Part IV, Fourth notebook [E] (October 1838-10 July 1839). Bulletin BMNH (Hist.) 2, No. 5 (September): 151-183. Text Image PDF F1574d [Since superceded by F1817]

de Beer, G., Rowlands, M. J. and Skramovsky, B. M. eds. 1967. Darwin's notebooks on transmutation of species. Part VI. Pages excised by Darwin. Bulletin BMNH (Hist.) 3, No. 5 (21 March): 129-176. Text Image PDF F1574f [Since superceded by F1817]

de Beer, G., Rowlands, M. J. eds. 1961. Darwin's notebooks on transmutation of species. Addenda and corrigenda. Bulletin BMNH (Hist.) 2, No. 6 (October): 185-200. Text Image PDF F1574e [Since superceded by F1817]

De la Beche, H. T. 1830. Geological notes. London: Treuttel. Text Image A584

de Varigny, H. 1889. Charles Darwin. Paris: Librairie Hachette. Text Image A330

Dick, T. L. 1823. On the Parallel Roads of Lochaber. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 9: 1-64, Pls. 1-7. Text Image A217

DuBois H. A. 1865. The origin and antiquity of man: Darwin, Huxley and Lyell [part I]. American Quarterly Church Review, and Ecclesiastical Register 17 (2) (July): 169-197. Text Image A564.1

DuBois H. A. 1865. The origin and antiquity of man: Darwin, Huxley and Lyell, part II. American Quarterly Church Review, and Ecclesiastical Register 17 (3) (October): 337-366. Text Image A564.2

DuBois H. A. 1866. Analysis of Darwin, Huxley and Lyell: being a critical examination of the views of these authors in regard to the origin and antiquity of man. Republication from the American Quarterly Church Review. Text Image A565

DuBois H. A. 1866. The origin and antiquity of man: Darwin, Huxley and Lyell, part III. American Quarterly Church Review, and Ecclesiastical Register 17 (4) (January): 505-534. Text Image A564.3

Duff, Ursula Grant ed.] 1924. The life-work of Lord Avebury (Sir John Lubbock) 1834-1913. London: Watts & Co. [Darwin recollections only] Text Image A489

Duns, J.] 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of species. North British Review 32 (May): 455-486. Text Image A48

Edwards, H. 1882. Obituary. Charles Robert Darwin F.R.S. Papilio. Organ of the New York Entomological Club 2, no. 5 (May): 81. Text Image F2009

Ehrenberg, C. G. 1844. Über einen die ganze Luft längere Zeit trübenden Staubregen im hohen atlantischen Ocean, in 70° 43' N.B. 26 W.L., und dessen Mischung aus zahlreichen Kieselthieren. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeigneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 194-207. Text Image A138

Ehrenberg, C. G. 1845. Über eine aus feinstem Kieselmehl von Infusorien bestehende Schminke der Feuerländer. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeingneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 63-64. Text Image A139

Ehrenberg, C. G. 1845. Über einen bedeutenden Infusorien haltenden vulkanischen Aschen-Tuff (Pyrobiolith) auf der Insel Ascension. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeingneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 140-42. Text Image A140

Ehrenberg, C. G. 1845. Über einen See-Infusorien haltenden weissen vulkanischen Aschen-Tuff (Pyrobioloth) als sehr grosse Gebirgsmasse in Patagonien. Bericht über die zur Bekanntmachung geeingneten Verhandlungen der Königl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 143-57. Text Image A141

Ellis, W. 1829. Polynesian researches, during a residence of nearly six years in the South Sea Islands, including descriptions of the natural history and scenery of the Islands, with remarks on the history, mythology, traditions, government, arts, manners, and customs of the inhabitants. London: Fisher, Son, & Jackson.
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Enderby, C. 1839. Discoveries in the Antarctic Ocean, in February, 1839. Extracted from the Journal of the schooner Eliza Scott, commanded by Mr. John Balleny. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 9: 517-528. Image A301

'Eques (Argyllshire)'. 1861. Dun horses. The Field 17 (8 June): 494-5. Text Image A278

Fabre, H. 1913. My relations with Darwin. The Fortnightly Review n.s. 94: 661-675. Text Image A482

Fawcett, H. 1860. A Popular Exposition of Mr Darwin on the Origin of Species. Macmillan's Magazine (3 December): 81-92. Text Image A23

Fenton, C. L. [1924]. Darwin and the theory of evolution. Text Image A260

Fish, D. T. 1882. [Obituary] Charles Darwin. Garden, an illustrated weekly journal of gardening in all its branches 21 (29 April): 302. Text Image A667

Fiske, J. 1882. [Obituary of] Charles Darwin. The Atlantic monthly 49, Issue 296, (June): 835-845. Text Image A82

FitzRoy, R. 1832. Extract of a Letter from Captain Fitz Roy, of H. M. Sloop Beagle, on the subject of the Abrolhos Bank. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 2: 315-316. Text A209

FitzRoy, R. 1836. Sketch of the Surveying Voyages of his Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle, 1825-1836. Commanded by Captains P. P. King, P. Stokes, and R. Fitz-Roy, Royal Navy. Journal of the Geological Society of London 6: 311-343. Text Image PDF A73

FitzRoy, R. 1837. Extracts from the Diary of an Attempt to Ascend the River Santa Cruz, in Patagonia, with the boats of his Majesty's sloop Beagle. By Captain Robert Fitz Roy, R.N. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 7: 114-26. Text Image A74

FitzRoy, R. 1837. Notice of the Mountain Aconcagua in Chile. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 7: 143-144. Text A210

FitzRoy, R. 1839. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the southern shores of South America, and the Beagle's circumnavigation of the globe. Proceedings of the second expedition, 1831-36, under the command of Captain Robert Fitz-Roy, R.N. London: Henry Colburn. Text Image PDF F10.2

[FitzRoy, R.] 1839. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the southern shores of South America, and the Beagle's circumnavigation of the globe. Appendix to Volume II. London: Henry Colburn. Text Image PDF F10.2a

Flourens, P. 1864. Examen du livre de M. Darwin sur l'origine des espèces. Paris: Garnier Frères. Text Image A502

Foote, G. W. 1889. Darwin on God. London: Progressive publishing company. Text Image PDF A551

Forbes, E. 1846. Descriptions of Secondary Fossil Shells from South America. Appendix. In Darwin, C. R., Geological Observations on South America. London: Smith, Elder, pp. 265-68, pl. v. Text Image F273

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Freeman, R. B. 1968. Charles Darwin on the routes of male humble bees. Bulletin BMNH (Hist.) 3: 177-189. Text Image PDF F1581

Freeman, R. B. 1977. The Works of Charles Darwin: An Annotated Bibliographical Handlist. 2d ed. Text Image A1 [Superceded by the Freeman bibliographical database here.]

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Freeman, R. B. and P. J. Gautrey. 1969. Darwin's Questions about the Breeding of Animals, with a Note on Queries about Expression. Journal of the society for the bibliography of natural history 5 (3): 220-225. Text Image F1923

Freeman, R. B. and P. J. Gautrey. 1975. Charles Darwin's Queries about Expression. Journal of the society for the bibliography of natural history 7 (3): 259-263. Text Image F1924

Frost, S. T. 1867. Darwin and Domestication. Harper's new monthly magazine 36 (Issue 211): 58-63. Text Image A64

Funkhouser, W. D. 1934. A new membracid collected by Charles Darwin (Homoptera). Entomological News 45 (8) (October): 203-204. Text Image A323

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Galton, F. [1859-1882]. [Recollection of Darwin]. In Galton, F. 1909. Memories of my life. New York: Dutton, pp. 287-88, 169. Text A656

Galton, F. 1871. Experiments in pangenesis, by breeding from rabbits of a pure variety, into whose circulation blood taken from other varieties had previously been transfused. [Read 30 March] Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 19: 393-410. Image A287

Galton, F. 1871. Pangenesis. Nature 4 (4 May): 5-6. Image A68

[Galton, F.] 1882. The late Mr. Darwin: a suggestion. Pall Mall Gazette (27 April). Text

Geikie, A. 1888. The life and letters of Charles Darwin. Littell's Living Age 176, 2271 (7 January): 3-10. Text Image A873

Geikie, A. 1909. Charles Darwin as geologist: The Rede Lecture given at the Darwin Centennial Commemoration on 24 June 1909. Cambridge: University Press. TextImage A211

Geldart, E. M. 1883. Anecdote of the late Charles Darwin. The Field Naturalist p. 21. Text Image A498

Ghiselin, M. T. 2009. Darwin: A reader's guide. Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences (155 [12 February]), 185 pp, 3 figs. Text PDF A622

Glick, T. F. 1982. Darwin en España. Barcelona: Col. Libros de Bolsillo 574, Ediciones Peninsula. Text Image PDF A338

Gould, J. [and G. R. Gray]. 1838-1841. Birds Part 3 of The zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text Image PDF F9.3

Gould, J. 1837. [Remarks on a Group of Ground Finches from Mr. Darwin's Collection, with Characters of the New Species]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 4-7. Text Image A88

Gould, J. 1837. [Observations on the Raptorial Birds in Mr. Darwin's Collection, with Characters of the New Species]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 9-11. Text Image A89

Gould, J. 1837. Exhibition of the fissirostral birds from Mr. Darwin’s collection, and characters of the new species. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 22. Text Image A695

Gould, J. 1837. [Observations on a species of Sterna in King's College, a species of cormorant in the United Service Museum and three species of the genus Orpheus, from the Galapagos, in the collection of Mr. Darwin]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 26-27. Text Image A306

Gould, J. 1837. [On a New Rhea (Rhea Darwinii) from Mr. Darwin's Collection]. [Read 14 March] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 35. Text Image A177

Gould, J. 1837. [Exhibition of Mr. Darwin's Birds, and description of a New Species of Wagtail (Motacilla Yarrelli)]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 77-78. Text Image A178

Gould, J. 1838. [Exhibition of 'another portion of the birds collected by Charles Darwin, Esq.']. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 6: 4. Text Image A696

Grant, R. E. 1827. Notice regarding the ova of the Pontobdella muricata, Lam. Edinburgh Journal of Science 7 (1): 160-161. Text Image A144 [Darwin first mentioned in print.]

Grant Duff, M. E. 1898. [Recollections of Darwin.] Notes from a diary, 1873-1881. London: John Murray, vol. 2, pp. 283; 300. Text A617Grant 1827

Gray, A. 1860. Discussion between two readers of Darwin's treatise on the Origin of Species, upon its natural theology. American Journal of Science and Arts 30 (89) (September): 226-239. Text Image A566

Gray, A. 1860. The origin of species. Athenaeum (4 August): 161. [Extract from Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 4: 411-15]. Text Image A213

Gray, A. 1861. A free examination of Darwin's treatise on the Origin of Species, and of its American reviewers. Reprinted from the Atlantic monthly for July, August, and October, 1860. London: Trübner & Co., Boston: Ticknor and Fields. Text Image A567

Gray, A. 1861. Natural Selection not inconsistent with Natural Theology. A free examination of Darwin's treatise on the Origin of Species, and of its American reviewers. Reprinted from the Atlantic monthly for July, August, and October, 1860. London: Trübner & Co., Boston: Ticknor and Fields. Text Image A567

Gray, A. 1874. Notice [of Charles Robert Darwin] by Asa Gray. The American Naturalist 8, No. 8. (August): 475-479. Text A230

Gray, A. 1888. Darwiniana: Essays and reviews pertaining to Darwinism. New York: D. Appleton. Text Image PDF A336

[Gray, A.] 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of Species. Atlantic Monthly 6 (July-August): 109-116, 229-239. Text Image A49

[Gray, A.] 1860. Darwin and his reviewers. Atlantic Monthly 6 (October): 406-425. Text Image A51

[Gray, A.] 1860. Review of Darwin's theory on the origin of species by means of natural selection. American Journal of Science and Arts (Ser. 2) 29 (March): 153-184. Text Image A50

Gray, J. E. 1845. [Specimens presented by Darwin in] Catalogue of the specimens of lizards in the collection of the British Museum. London: Newman. Text Image A275

Green, J. R. 1860. [Recollection of Darwin] Letter to W. Boyd Dawkins, 3 July 1860. In Stephen, L. ed. 1901. Letters of John Richard Green. London: Macmillan, pp. 43-45. Text A653

Gretton, F. E. 1889. [Recollection of Darwin] Memory's harkback through half-a-century 1808 to 1858. London: Bentley and son, p. 33. Text Image A550

Groom, H. 1844. Pelargoniums. Gardeners' Chronicle no. 36 (7 September): 605. Text Image A222

Grouw, H. van, and F. D. Steinheimer. 2008. Charles Darwin’s lost Cinereous Harrier found in the collection of the National Museum of Natural History Leiden. Zoologische Mededelingen 82 (December): 595-598. Text PDF A581

Gulick, A. 1922. Charles Darwin, the Man. The Scientific Monthly 15, No. 2 (August): 132-143. Text Image A240

Gulick, J. T. 1908. [Recollection of Darwin, 1872]. The American Naturalist 42, no. 493 (January): 48-57. Text A643

Günther, A. 1858. Catalogue of the Batrachia Salientia in the collection of the British Museum. London: Trustees of the British Museum. Image A535

Günther, A. 1860. On a new snake from the Galapagos Islands [Herpetodryas biserialis]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1860: 97-98. Text Image A700

Günther, A. 1877. The gigantic land-tortoises (living and extinct) in the collection of the British Museum. London: British Museum, iv + 96 p., pls. I-LIV. Image A701

H. A. S. [1888]. Darwin and his works: a biological & metaphysical study. London: John Bale and Sons. Text Image PDF A315

Haeckel, E. 1882. Professor Haeckel on Darwin [from Nature]. The Times (28 September): 6. Text A866

Hague, J. D. 1884. A Reminiscence of Mr. Darwin. Harper's new monthly magazine 69, Issue 413 (October): 759-763. Text Image A77

Hahn, O. 1876. Giebt es ein Eozoon canadense? eine mikrogeologische Untersuchung. Jahreshefte des Vereins für vaterländische Naturkunde in Württemberg 32: 132-155. Text Image A487

Hahn, O. 1876. Is there such a thing as Eozoon canadense? A microgeological investigation. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, including Zoology, Botany, and Geology 17 (April): 265-282. Text Image A492

Hahn, O. 1878. Gibt es ein Eozoon canadense? Erwiderung auf Dr. C. W. Gümbels und Dr. Carpenters Entgegnung in Reutlingen. Jahreshefte des Vereins für vaterländische Naturkunde in Württemberg 34: 155-177. Text Image A493

Hahn, O. 1880. Eophyllum canadense aus dem Serpentinkalk des Laurentian-Gneises von Canada. Jahreshefte des Vereins für vaterländische Naturkunde in Württemberg 36: 71-74. Text Image A494

Hahn, O. 1882. Bericht über zwei Gallertmeteoritenfälle. Jahreshefte des Vereins für vaterländische Naturkunde in Württemberg 38: 85-91. Text Image A495

Hahn, O. 1889. [Autobiographical dictionary entry] Hahn, Dr. Otto. Jahresberichte des Württembergischen Vereins für Handelsgeographie und Förderung deutscher Interessen im Ausland: 7. und 8. Jahresbericht Stuttgart. 7/8: 106-109. Text Image A496

Haig, A. H. [1882]. [Engraving of Darwin's new study at Down House, shortly after his death]. Image A205 Darwin's new study

Hall, B. 1824. Extracts from a journal, written on the coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexica, in the years 1820, 1821, 1822. Edinburgh: Constable.
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[Hall]. 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of Species. New York Times 9 (2658) (28 March): 3. Text Image A562

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Harker, A. 1907. Notes on the rocks of the "Beagle" Collection. Geological Magazine 5th ser. 4: 100-106. Text Image A104

[Harker, A. c. 1907.] Sedgwick Museum. Catalogue of the "Beagle" Collection of Rocks, made by Charles Darwin during the voyage of H.M.S. "Beagle", 1832-6. Introduction Image HarkerCatalogue

Harmer, S. F and W. G. Ridewood eds. 1910. Memorials of Charles Darwin: a collection of manuscripts portraits medals books and natural history specimens to commemorate the centenary of his birth and the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of "The origin of species" 2d edition. British Museum (Natural History). Special guide No. 4. Text Image PDF A313

Harmer, S. F. 1901. List of specimens collected on the Beagle which were kept or discarded, with extracts from Darwin's manuscripts referring to specimens kept in the museum. University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge. Image UMZC-Histories4.945

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Henslow, J. S. 1822. Geological description of Anglesea. [Read 26 November 1821.] Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 1 (1822): 359-452. Text Image A599

Henslow, J. S. 1837. Description of Two New Species of Opuntia; with Remarks on the Structure of the Fruit of Rhipsalis. Magazine of Zoology and Botany 1:466-69. Text Image A96

Henslow, J. S. 1838. Florula Keelingensis. An account of the native plants of the Keeling Islands. By the Rev. J. S. Henslow, M.A., Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge. Annals of natural history Vol. 1, No. 5 (July): 337-347. 2 pls. Text Image F1959

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Hope, F. W. 1838. Descriptions of some species of Carabidae, collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., in his late Voyage. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 2: 128-131. Text Image A101

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Humboldt, A. von. 1819-1829. Personal narrative of travels to the equinoctial regions of the New Continent, during the years 1799-1804. By Alexander de Humboldt, and Aimé Bonpland; with maps, plans, &c. written in French by Alexander de Humboldt, and trans. into English by Helen Maria Williams. 7 vols. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown. Introduction
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[Lowe, R.] Martin, A. Patchett. 1893. Life and letters of the Right Honourable Robert Lowe, Viscount Sherbrooke, G.C.B., D.C.L., etc., with a memoir of Sir John Coape Sherbrooke, G.C.B. sometimes Governor-General of Canada. London: Longmans, Green and Co. 2 vols. [Darwin recollections only, vol. 1, pp. 19-20; vol. 2, pp. 198-207.] Text Image A350

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Lubbock, J. 1853. Description of a new genus of Calanidae. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 1853: 25-29, pl. 1. Text Image A309

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Lubbock, J. 1857. An Account of the Two Methods of Reproduction in Daphnia, and of the Structure of the Ephippium. Communicated by Charles Darwin. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 147: 79-100. Text Image A243

Lubbock, J. 1870. [Attempt, at the behest of Darwin, 'to insert the words, "whether married to a first cousin" in the census.] Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, Ser. 3, 22 July 1870, col. 817; 26 July 1870, cols. 1006-1007). Text Image A292

Lyell, C. 1830-3. Principles of geology, being an attempt to explain the former changes of the Earth's surface, by reference to causes now in operation. London: John Murray. 1st ed.
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MacCulloch, J. 1817. On the parallel roads of Glen Roy. Transactions of the Geological Society 4: 315-392 + plates. Image A642

Maclaren, C. 1843. On Coral Islands and Reefs, as Described by Mr. Darwin. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 34: 33-47. Text Image A220

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Malcolmson, J. G. 1838. On the occurrence of Wealden strata at Linksfield, near Elgin; on the remains of fishes in the Old Red Sandstone of that neighbourhood; and on raised beaches along the adjacent coast. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 2: 667-669. Text Image A219

Malthus, T. 1826. An essay on the principle of population; or, a view of its past and present effects on human happiness; with an inquiry into our prospects respecting the future removal or mitigation of the evils which it occassions. London: John Murray. 6th edn.
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Marchant, J. ed. 1916. Alfred Russel Wallace letters and reminiscences.
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Martin, W. 1837. Observations on three specimens of the genus Felis presented to the Society by Charles Darwin, Esq., Corr. Memb. Z. S. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5:  3-4. Text Image A697

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Miers, J. 1826. Travels in Chile and La Plata, including accounts respecting the geography, geology, statistics, government, finances, agriculture, manners and customs, and the mining operations in Chile. Collected during a residence of several years in these countries. London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy.
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Müller, F. 1866. Notes on some of the climbing-plants near Desterro, in South Brazil; in a letter to C. Darwin, Esq., F.R.S., F.L.S., &c [read 7 December 1865]. Journal of the Linnean Society (Botany) 9: 344–9. Image PDF A928

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Pye-Smith, P.H. 1871. Review of Descent of Man. Nature 3 (6 April): 443-445; (part 2): (13 April): 463-465. Text Image A887

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Ramsay, A. C., Bristow, H. W., Geikie, A. & Bauerman, H. 1862. A descriptive catalogue of the rock specimens in the Museum of Practical Geology, with explanatory notices of their nature and mode of occurrence in place. Third edition, revised and partly re-written. London: Printed by Eyre & Spottiswoode. Text Image A155

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Rees, W. L. & L. Rees. 1892. Stokes' charges and Darwin's letters. In The life and times of Sir George Grey. Text Image F1835

Reeve, L. & E. Walford. 1866. Charles Robert Darwin [with photographic portrait]. In Reeve, L. & E. Walford eds. Portraits of men of eminence. Text Image A286

Reid, J. 1837. [Notes on Several Quadrupeds in Mr. Darwin's Collection]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 5: 4. Text Image A87

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Richardson, C. 1933. Petrology of the Galapagos Islands. In Lawrence John Chubb, Geology of Galapagos, Cocos, and Easter Islands. Bernice B. Bishop Museum-Bulletin 110: 45-67. Text Image A189

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Sambourne, L. 1881. Punch's fancy portraits. - No. 54: Charles Robert Darwin. Punch (22 October): 190. Image A206

Savory, W. S. et al. 1867. To the members of the University of London. The Times (17 December): 6. Text Image A200

Schomburgk, R. H. 1837. On the Identity of three supposed Genera of Orchideous Epiphytes. In a Letter to A. B. Lambert, Esq., V.P.L.S. By Mr. Robert H. Schomburgk. [Read 15 November 1836] Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 17: 551-2. Text Image A246

Schroeter, J. Fr. 1895. Darwin. In Blangstrup, Chr. ed., Salmonsens store illustrerede Konversationsleksikon - En nordisk Encyklopaedi. IV (Candian River - Dase): 1142-1144. Image A164

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Seward, A. C. ed. 1909. Darwin and modern science. Essays in commemoration of the centenary of the birth of Charles Darwin and of the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of The origin of species. Text Image A162 Click to see illustrations

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Spengel, J. W. 1872. Die Darwinsche Theorie: Verzeichniss der über dieselbe in Deutschland, England, Amerika, Frankreich, Italien, Holland, Belgien und den Skandinavischen Reichen erschienenen Schriften und Aufsätze. 2d enlarged ed. Berlin: Wiegandt und Hempel. Text Image A582

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Syme, P. 1821. Werner's nomenclature of colours with additions, arranged so as to render it highly useful to the arts and sciences particularly zoology, botany, chemistry, mineralogy, and morbid anatomy. Annexed to which are examples selected from well-known objects in the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms. 2d ed. Edinburgh: William Blackwood. Text Image PDF A704

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Trimen, R. 1863. On the fertilisation of Disa grandiflora, Linn. By Roland Trimen, Esq., of the Colonial Office, Cape Town: drawn up from notes and drawings sent to C. Darwin, Esq., F.L.S. &c. Journal and Proceedings of the Linnean Society (Botany) 7: 144-7. Text Image A212

Tyndall, J. 1874. Address Delivered Before the British Association Assembled at Belfast, With Additions. Text A12

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Walker, F. 1838. Descriptions of some Chalcidites discovered by C. Darwin, Esq. Entomogical Magazine 5: 469-477. Text Image A37

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Walker. F. 1842. Descriptions of Chalcidites Discovered in Valdivia by C. Darwin, Esq., Annals and Magazine of Natural History 10: 271-274. Text Image A115

Wallace, A. R. 1855. On the law which has regulated the Introduction of New Species. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 16: (September): 184-196. Text Image A11A. R. Wallace

Wallace, A. R. 1860. On the Zoological Geography of the Malay Archipelago. Communicated by Charles Darwin. [Read 3 Nov. 1859] Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society: Zoology 4: 172-184. Text A269

[Wallace, A. R.] 1867. [Review of Origin 4th edn] Mimicry, and other protective resemblances among animals. Westminster and foreign quarterly review Vol. 88, No. 173, n.s. 32 No.1 (1 July): 1-43. Text A272

Wallace, A. R. 1873. [Review of] The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. By Charles Darwin, M.A., F.R.S., &c. London: Murray. 1872. Quarterly Journal of Science 3, no. 37 (January): 113-118. Text A271

Wallace, A. R. 1883. The debt of science to Darwin. Century magazine 25, 3 (January): 420-432. Text Image PDF A106

Wallace, A. R. 1895. Natural selection and tropical nature: Essays on descriptive and theoretical biology. Text Image A238

Wallace, A. R. 1903. The dawn of a great discovery "My relations with Darwin in reference to the theory of natural selection". Black and White 25: (17 January): 78. Text A273

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Ward, H. 1927. Charles Darwin: The man and his warfare. London: John Murray. Text Image A179

Waterhouse, C. O. 1875. On some new genera and species of Heteromerous Coleoptera (Helopidae) from Tierra del Fuego. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London IV (December): 331-337. Text Image A158

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Waterhouse, F. H. 1879. Descriptions of new Coleoptera of geographical interest, collected by Charles Darwin, Esq. Journal of the Linnean Society. Zoology 14: 530-534. Text Image A325

Waterhouse, G. R. 1837. Notes on a collection of the genus Mus presented to the Society by Charles Darwin. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (14 February ): 15-22. Text Image A307

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Waterhouse, G. R. 1838-1839. Mammalia Part 2 of The zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. Edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. London: Smith Elder and Co. Text Image PDF F9.2

Waterhouse, G. R. 1839. Descriptions of some new species of exotic insects. [Read 5 December 1836] Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 2: 188-196, pl. XVII. Text Image A156

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Waterhouse, G. R. 1840. Description of a New Species of the Genus Lophotus, from the Collection of Charles Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 5(July): 329-32. Text Image A100

Waterhouse, G. R. 1840. Descriptions of some new species of Carabideous insects, from the collection made by C. Darwin, Esq., in the southern parts of S. America. Magazine of Natural History 4: 354-362. Text Image A128

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. [A drawing, and the tail and jaws of a new species of Delphinus]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 9: 23-24. Text Image A103

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. [Descriptions of Some New Coleopterous Insects from the Southern Parts of S. America, Collected by C. Darwin, Esq. and T. Bridges, Esq.] [Read 14 December 1841.] Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 9: 105-28. Text Image A92

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 6 (December): 254-257. Text Image A131

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 6: 351-355. Text Image A130

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 7: 120-129. Text Image A129

Waterhouse, G. R. 1841. Dytiscidae Darwinianae; or, descriptions of the species of Dytiscidae collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., M.A. Sec. G.S. &c., in South America and Australia, during his voyage in H.M.S. Beagle. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 3: 1-17, pl. I. Text Image A157

Waterhouse, G. R. 1842. Carabideous insects collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., during the voyage of Her Majesty's ship Beagle. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 9: 134-139. Text Image A136

Waterhouse, G. R. 1842. Description of a new species of lamellicorn beetle, brought from Valdivia by C. Darwin, Esq. The Entomologist 18 (April): 281-283. Text Image A135

Waterhouse, G. R. 1843. Description of a new genus of Carabideous insects brought from the Falkland Islands by Charles Darwin, Esq. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11: 281-283. Text Image A133

Waterhouse, G. R. 1845. Descriptions of Coleopterous Insects Collected by Charles Darwin, Esq., in the Galapagos Islands. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 16: 19-41. Text Image A99

Waterhouse, G. R. 1845. Descriptions of some new genera and species of Heteromerous Coleoptera. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 16: 317-324. Text Image A98

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Wedgwood, C. S. 1885. [Recollections of Darwin's childhood.] Text CUL-DAR112.A117

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Weismann, A. 1909. Charles Darwin und sein Lebenswerk: Festrede gehalten zu Freiburg i. Br. am 12. Februar 1909. Jena: Gustav Fischer. Text Image PDF A318

White, A. 1841. Descriptions of new or little known Arachnida. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 7 (July): 471-477. Text Image A132

Whittaker, T. 1884. [Review of] Mental evolution in animals. Mind 9 (34) (April): 291-295. Image A119

[Wilberforce, S.] 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of Species, by means of Natural Selection; or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. By Charles Darwin, M. A., F.R.S. London, 1860. Quarterly Review 108: 225-264. Text Image A19

Wilder, B. G. 1880. The two kinds of vivisection—sentisection and callisection. Nature 23 (30 September): 517-8. [Forwarded to Nature by Darwin.] Text Image A290

Wilder, B. G. 1880. The two kinds of vivisection—sentisection and callisection [forwarded to Nature by Darwin]. Nature 22 (30 September): 517-518. Text Image A231

Winchester, C. 1855. Shell rain in the Isle of Wight. Gardeners' Chronicle no. 43 (27 October): 710. Image A638

Winchester, C. 1855. Shell rain in the Isle of Wight. Gardeners' Chronicle no. 45 (10 November): 743. Image A639

Winstanley, D. A. ed. 1932. Henry Gunning: Reminiscences of Cambridge. Cambridge: University Press, pp. 32-41. Text Image A337

Wollaston, T. V. 1857. Catalogue of the coleopterous insects of Madeira in the collection of the British Museum. London: Trustees of the British Museum. Text Image A534

[Wollaston, T. V.] 1860. [Review of] On the Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection; or, the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.—By Charles Darwin, M.A., F.R.S., F.G.S., &c. London, 1859. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 5: 132-143. Text Image A18

Woodall, E. 1884. Charles Darwin. a paper contributed to the Transactions of the Shropshire Archæological Society. London: Trubner. Text Image PDF A317

Wright, C. 1871. Darwinism: Being an examination of Mr. St. George Mivart's 'Genesis of species,' [Reprinted from the 'North American Review,' July 1871, with additions.] London: John Murray. Text Image A576

Wyhe, John van. 2007. Mind the gap: Did Darwin avoid publishing his theory for many years? Notes and Records of the Royal Society 61: 177-205. Text Image PDF A544

Wyhe, John van. 2007. A Darwin manuscript at Christ's College, Christ's College Magazine no. 232, pp. 66-8. Text A577

Wyhe, John van. 2009. Darwin vs God. BBC History Magazine 10, No. 1 (January): 26-31. Text PDF A669

Wyhe, John van. 2010. 'Almighty God! what a wonderful discovery!': Did Charles Darwin really believe life came from space? Endeavour 34, no. 3, (September): 95-103. Text A690

[Yates, E. H.] 1878. Mr. Darwin at Down. In Celebrities at Home. Reprinted from 'The World'. Second series. London: Office of 'The World', pp. 223-30. Text F1996

Yorkshire Naturalists' Union. 1880. Homage to Mr. Darwin. Nature 23 (18 November): 57. Text A5

Zacharias, O. 1882. [Obituary of] Charles Darwin. Vom Fels zum Meer 2: 348-53. Text Image A79

 

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