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County Families of the United Kingdom, or, Royal Manual of the Titled And Untitled Aristocracy of England, Wales, Scotland, And Ireland, 1909
Text:"... son of the 3vd Bart.), who-d. 1898, who d. 1864, by his 2ud wife 2nd dau. of the late SirFrancisDarwin, Kut., m. 1876 Louisa of Priory, Derbyshire b. 1845 Lilla, dau. of the late Rev. Bickmore..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... When SirFrancisDarwin as president of the British society announced that in plants there exists "a faint copy of what we know as few believed It, but Mr. Black says he has indulged In research work..."
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Date:Day Month 1915
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... by human eyes. Mr.' Black was one of the first to ; agree with SirFrancisDarwin when, as president of t the British Society, in 1308, Darwindelivered j an address declaring, that in plants there exists "a..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... WIFE. London, March 5. The ,it-nouneement was made today that SirFrancisDarwin, the famous scientist and son of Charles Darwin, had married, Mrs. Maitlaud of Brook-thorpe, Gloucestershire. This is his..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Waring Darwin, (the lather of the present harles) was a physician of great provincial cele-ority, and a shrewd observer. Another brother, SirFrancisDarwin, was originally a physician, but for many years..."
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Date:Day Month 1875
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Text:"...CORRESPONDENCE ON BIOLOGY 295 To SirFrancisDarwin Friih Hill, Codalming. November 20, 1887. Dear Mr. Darwin, - Many thanks for the copy of your fathers *Life and Letters/ which I shall read..."
Date:Between 1823 and 1913
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... FrancisDarwin Parks tone, Dorset. July 3, 1901. Dear Mr. Darwin, - Thanks for the letter returned. I do hold the opinion expressed in the last sentence of the article you refer to, and have reprinted..."
Date:Between 1823 and 1913
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...). . . . - Yours faithfully, A. R. Wallace. To SirFrancisDarwin Broadstone, Wimhorne. October 29, 1905. Dear Mr. Darwin, - I return you the two articles on "Mutation" with many thanks. As they are both supporters..."
Date:Between 1823 and 1913
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... the story of the personal quarre ^rom both sides, because, in 1910, Mr. (now Sir) FrancisDarwin sent to me, as Butlers biographer, a number of letters which throw light upon it. Mr. F. Darwin and I..."
Date:Between 1835 and 1902
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... quarrel from both sides, because, in 1910, Mr. (now Sir) FrancisDarwin sent to me, as Butlers biographer, a number of letters which throw light upon it. Mr. F. Darwin and I, in the course of a long..."
Date:Between 1835 and 1902
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... which for many years enjoyed high repute. Of the sons of Erasmus, one, SirFrancisDarwin, was noted as a keen observer of animals ; another, Charles, who died at the age of twenty-one from a dissection..."
Date:1882
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...328 ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE ancestral forms can be traced back to a simple type much earlier than the common origin of mammals, birds and reptiles. - Yours very truly, Alfred R. Wallace. To SirFrancis..."
Date:Between 1823 and 1913
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... sympathetically into his scheme. I took a recent opportunity of asking SirFrancisDarwin if he knew who G. R. Greg was ; he thought it must be a mistake for W. R. Greg, that is William Rathbone Greg, author..."
Date:Between 1835 and 1902
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... sympathetically into his scheme. I took a recent opportunity of asking SirFrancisDarwin if he knew who G. R. Greg was ; he thought it must be a mistake for W. R. Greg, that is William Rathbone Greg, author..."
Date:Between 1835 and 1902
Publication place:London, England