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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., ; emerging from, the dense forests after stays of several months, .with plants . -never known - to have beerx seen by human eyes. Mr.' Black was one of the first to ; agree with SirFrancisDarwin when..."
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Date:Day Month 1915
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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:"...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:"...). . . . - 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
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Text:"... for Aeronautics and a Director of the Cambridge Gas Co. - The Orchard, Cambridge ; AtheiKBum Club, s.w. DARWIN, SirFrancis, Knt., T.R.S., D.Sc, LL.D., Ph.D.- Cr. 1913. Third son of Charles Robert Darwin, Esq., F.R.S..."
Date:1860
Place:Ireland
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Text:"... of organism whose 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 SirFrancisDarwin Parkstone..."
Date:Between 1823 and 1913
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...Alfred Russel Wallace To SirFrancisDarwin Broadstone, Wimborne. 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 1916
Publication place:London, England