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Text:"... and horticulturists all over the world than this book; which bears on its title-page that it is " compiled at tho expense of the late CharlesRobertDarwin," or in the corresponding Latin " Sumptibus beati C..."
Date:Apr 18 1894
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... was stopped. Darwla. «ha Hataraltaa, DealL CharlesRobertDarwin, the famous scientist, bom in 1809, is dead. He suffered for some time from weakness of the heart, but continued to work to the last. He waa Ukea..."
Date:May 4 1882
Publication:Jeffersonville, Indiana, United States of America
Text:"...? Fortune Teller Yes. madam, it is And now. what is your second question? CharlesRobertDarwin, the great scientist. was invited one day to a friend's house. Soon after his arrival, two small boys rushed..."
Date:Oct 9 1959
Publication:Zanesville, Ohio, United States of America
Text:"... the though of the shows Its author to have been deeply versed In tbe of Of Dr. R W. Darwin little is known suve that be was a member of tbe Royal CharlesRobertDarwin was bora it Feb. 12, 1809. His early..."
Date:Apr 25 1882
Publication:Bangor, Maine, United States of America
Text:"... the medical man arrives his advice should be followed. In many instances much care is needed to prevent relapse after apparent recovery. Darwin. Illustrated Cosmos. CharlesRobertDarwin was bom in Shrewsbury..."
Date:July 23 1881
Publication:Seymour, Indiana, United States of America
Text:"... irwni.; ire»w*at A CABLEORA.M xDuouaces the death of CharlesRobertDarwin, the eminent English ndtniaiidt- He was born in Shrewsbury, February 12, 1809, and entered Christ’s College, Cambridge, where he..."
Date:Apr 28 1882
Publication:Steubenville, Ohio, United States of America
Text:"... agreed lo report favorabl; a bill separating the Signal Corp from ihe army, held responsible uiiuistralion. CharlesRobertDarwin, the scicmid is dead. He died at bia residence, Dowuhouse, near Orpington..."
Date:Apr 22 1882
Publication:Newport, Rhode Island, United States of America
Text:"...|nsyitted ior trial. THIS DAY. The remains of the late CharlesRobertDarwin were buried iu Westminster Abbey this morning. The spot chosen for nterment is at the eastern end of the northern aisle, next..."
Date:Apr 26 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... forced John Bull and the Philistine at large to accept the doctrines of evolution that have practically revolutionized the entire world of modem thought It was CharlesRobertDarwin who first gave..."
Date:Dec 11 1903
Publication:Marshall, Michigan, United States of America
Text:"... is the following inscription:—“To the memory of CharlesRobertDarwin, author of ‘The Origin of Species.’ Born in Shrewsbury, February 12th, 1809. In early life a member of and a constant worshipper in this church..."
Date:Dec 15 1883
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"...-of-war and merchantmen in Callao will accompany it to steamer which will convey it to Pan- ama, en route to the United States. LONDON, April CharlesRobertDarwin, the well-known scientist, is dead, aged 73 years. [Mr..."
Date:Apr 27 1882
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
Text:"...^ the remains to Westminster. The coffin is of oak, and of the utmost plainness, being neither polished nor studded with nails. On the breast-plate will be inscribed, ‘‘CharlesRobertDarwin, born Feb. 12, 1809..."
Date:Apr 25 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Date:Apr 21 1882
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
Text:"...-sellers to exhaust the patience of the people. _ Charles Robert Darwlu. LON-nON. Aiirll 20.—CharlesRobertDarwin, tho well-known scientist, is dead. CharlesRobertDarwin, son of Dr. R. W. Darwin, and grandson of Dr..."
Date:Apr 21 1882
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
Text:"... of Mr. Darwin bright with iheir -wraag- line- CharlesRobertDarwin had been Intended by his father for the profes- sion of medicine and surgery, but he was dissection and had no fancy to witness..."
Date:Mar 5 1897
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
Text:"..., my friends, must bo placed as the Senior An'ler ! ” MR. DARWIN’S WILL. The will (datea Sept. 27, 1881) of Mr. CharlesRobertDarwin, late of Down, near Beckenham, who died on April 19, was proved..."
Date:June 16 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"..., political, social, or moral, connected with it and brauchmg out of it undoubtedly claim. (Loud cheers.) DEATH OF ME. DARWIN. On Wednesday Mr. CharlesRobertDarwin died at his residonoo, Down Ilonao, Down..."
Date:Apr 26 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom