THE HUXLEY FILE: Bibliography 1

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This chronological record lists articles, books, and published letters by Thomas Henry Huxley. Professor James Paradis is responsible for most of the good parts of this inventory and for no mistakes. Abbreviations
AnMNH CE MTG PRI PTRS PRS PZS QJGS QJMS SM Annals and Magazine of Natural History Collected Essays Medical Times and Gazette Proceedings of the Royal Institution Philosophical Transations of the Royal Society Proceedings of the Royal Society Proceedings of the Zoological Society Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society Quarterly Journal of the Microscopical Society Scientific Memoirs 1845

On a Hitherto Undescribed Structure in the Human Hair Sheath. London Medical Gazette. 1 (1845): 1340; SM 1: 1-3.
1847

Examination of the Corpuscles of the Blood of Amphioxus Lanceolatus. British Association Reports. Part ii (1847): 95; SM 1: 4-5.
1849

On the Anatomy and the Affinities of the Medusæ. PTRS, part ii (1849): 413; SM 1: 932. Description of the Animal of Trigonia, From Actual Dissection. Proceedings of the Zoological Society 17 (1849): 30-32; AnMNH 5 (1850):141-43; SM 1: 6-8.
1850

Notes on Medusæ and Polypes. AnMNH. 6 (1850): 66-67; SM 1: 33-35. Observations sur la circulation du sang chez les mollusques des genres Firole et Atlante (extraites d'une lettre addressee a M. Milne-Edwards). Annales de Science Naturalles 14 (1850): 193-95; SM 1: 36-37.
1851

Observations upon the Anatomy and Physiology of Salpa and Pyrosoma. PTRS, part ii (1851): 567-94; AnMNH 9 (1852): 242-44; SM 1: 38-68. Remarks upon Appendicularia and Doliolum, Two Genera of the Tunicata. PTRS, part ii (1851): 595-606; SM 1: 69-79. Zoological Notes and Observations Made on Board H.M.S. Rattlesnake during the Years 1846-50. AnMNH, ser. 2. 7 (1851): 304-6, 370-74; 8 (1851): 43342; SM 1:80-95. Report upon the Researches of Prof. Müller into the Anatomy and Development of the Echinoderms. AnMNH, ser. 2. 8 (1851): 1-19; SM 1: 103-21. Uber die Sexualorgane der Diphydæ und Physophoridæ. Müller's Archiv fur Anatomie, Physiologie und Wissenschaftliche Medicin. (1851): 380-84; SM 1: 122-25. Lacinularia socialis: A Contribution to the Anatomy and Physiology of the Rotifera. Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London . (n.s.) 1 (1853): 119; SM 1: 126-45. Observations on the Genus Sagitta. British Association Reports, part ii (1851): 7778; SM 1: 96-97. An Account of Researches into the Anatomy of the Hydrostatic Acalephæ. British Association Reports, part ii (1851): 78-80; SM 1: 98-101. Description of a New Form of Sponge-like Animal. British Association Reports, part ii (1851): 80; SM 1: 102.
1852

Upon Animal Individuality. PRI of London 1 (1851-54): 184-89; SM 1: 46-51. Researches into the Structure of the Ascidians. British Association Reports, part ii (1852): 76-77; SM 1: 194-96.

On the Anatomy and Development of Echinococcus veterinorum. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 20 (1852): 110-26; SM 1: 197-215.
1853

And Arthur Henfry, Richard Taylor, eds. SM. London 1853. On the Morphology of the Cephalous Mollusca as Illustrated by the Anatomy of Certain Heteropoda and Pteropoda Collected During the Voyage of H.M.S. "Rattlesnake" in 1846-50. PTRS, part i. 143 (1853): 29-66; SM ; 1: 52-93. On the Identity of Structure of Plants and Animals. [abstract] PRI 1 (1851-54): 298-302; Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 53 (1853): 172-77; SM 1: 216-20. Observations on the Existence of Cellulose in the Tunic of Ascidians. QJMS 1 (1853): 22-24; SM ; 1: 221-23. On the Development of the Teeth, and on the Nature and Import of Nasmyth's "Persistent Capsule." QJMS 1 (1853): 149-64; SM 1: 224-41. The Cell Theory. [review] British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review 12 (1853): 285-314; SM 1: 242-78. Translation: Fragments relating to Philosophical Zoology, selected from the Works of K. E. Von Baer. 'Scientific Memoirs' February and May 1853. [Anon.] The Valuation of Evidence. The Leader, June 25, 1853, pp. 161-167.
1854

And George Busk, translators, Kolliker, Manual of Human Histology, London 1854. On the Educational Value of the Natural History Sciences. [An address delivered at St. Martin's Hall] (London 1854). Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews; CE 3: 3865. Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation. Tenth Edition. [review] British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review 13 (1854): 425-39; SM 5: 1-19. On the Common Plan of Animal Forms. PRI 1 (1851-54): 444-46; SM 1: 281-83. On the Structure and Relation of the Corpuscula Tactus (Tactile Corpuscles or Axile Corpuscles) and the Pacinian Bodies. QJMS 2 (1854): 1-7; SM 1:284-90.

7 (1855): 551-63. On the Vascular System of the Lower Annulosa. etc. by Harriet Martineau. 5 (1854): 98-119. 7 (1855): 239-53.s. s.s.R. B. Obituary] Literary Gazette (1854): 101618. F. 63 n. 61 n. 6 (1854). by Joseph Hooker. 572-80. by Sir David Brewster. Science at Sea. part ii (1854): 109. Murchison. etc. by Robert Hunt.On the Ultimate Structure and Relations of the Malpighian Bodies of the Spleen and of the Tonsillar Follicles. 61 n. SM 1: 279-80 Professor Edward Forbes. [anon. SM 1: 291-99. etc. 63 n. reviews] Contemporary Science–Literature in Westminster Review The Positive Philosophy of Auguste Comte. QJMS 2 (1854): 7482. 8 (1855): 240-63. s. British Association Report . Westminster Review 61 n. etc. Carpenter. s. etc. or. s. Westminster Review 61 n. by R.s. etc. by Charles Kingsley.s. [Anon] Schamyl. 1855 Contributions to the Anatomy of the Brachiopoda. Elementary Physics. the Prophet-Warrior of the Caucasus.S. 62 n. PRS 7 (1854-55): 106-17. More Worlds than One. [Anon. . etc.s. 5 (1854): 580-95. by W. 6 (1854): 24256 Siluria. 64 n. SM 1: 325-36. The History of the Oldest Rocks Containing Organic Remains. 61 n. Glaucus. 5 (1854): 254-70. [Anon. I. reviews] Contemporary Science-Literature in Westminster Review: Principles of (General and) Comparative Physiology. the Wonders of the Shore. 24142. The Flora of New Zealand. 5 (1854): 480-519.

and Discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London 2 (1855): 6769. SM 1: 365-431. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 1 (1855): 113-29.s. 9 (1856): 26171. R. SM 1: 337-50. SM 1: 445-48. Knight. On the Method of Palæontology. Writings. 64 n. 3 (1855): 855-74.] Westminster Review. SM 1: 432-44. PRI 2 (1854-58): 18795. by David Brewster. Memoirs on Physalia. 65 n. On Certain Zoological Arguments Commonly Adduced in Favour of the Hypothesis of the Progressive Development of Animal Life in Time.etc..(Anon. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 12 (1856): 34-37. 254-71. Todd (1855-56). PRI 2 (185458): 82-85. 9 (1855).43-54. B. QJMS 3 (1855): 127-30. SM 1: 351-56.Memoirs of the Life.[anon.. s. etc. Discipline. Faraday's Experimental Researches in Electricity. On Hermaphrodite and Fissiparous Species of Tubicolar Annelidæ (Protula Dysteri). On the Enamel and Dentine of the Teeth. On the Anatomy of Diphyes and on the Unity of Composition of the Diphidæ and Physophoridæ. In The Cyclopedia of Anatomy and Physiology. AnMNH 18 (1856). . C. 9 (1855): 557-75. Scientific Memoirs 1: 361-62. SM 1: 300-4. as Knowledge. QJMS 3 (1855): 49-54. SM 1: 357-60. etc. Mollusca.) In English Cyclopedia Natural History. s. On the Structure of Noctiluca miliaris. Ed. Tegumentary Organs. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London 2 (1855): 35. SM 1: 305-14. Ed. 1856 On Natural History. SM 1: 363-64. Contemporary Science– Literature. and Power. 65 n. Observations on the Structure and Affinities of Himantopterus.

SM 1: 449-60. Philosophical Magazine 14 (1857): 241-60. Note on the Reproductive Organs of the Cheilostome Polyzoa. Contributions to J. 157-60.s.) 11 (1857): 418-44. 58688. Leipzig 1857. MTG 15 (1857): 1-2. Hannover's Memoir: "Uber die Entwickelung und den Bau des Saugethierzahns.] Westminster Review (n. 131-34. Icones Zootomicæ. 15 (1857): 159-62.Further Observations on the Structure of Appendicularia Flabellum (Chamisso). SM 1: 315-20. . 255-57. On Dysteria a New Genus of Infusoria. Tyndall on the Structure of Glacier Ice. Dr. [anon. 383-86. British and Foreign MedicoChirurgical Review 35 (1856): 1-27." [review] QJMS 5 (1857): 166-71. 1857 Contemporary Science– Literature. On the Present State of Knowledge as to the Structure and Functions of Nerve. 186-89. Lectures on General Natural History. QJMS 5 (1857): 78-82. 353-55. Letter to Mr. 467-71. SM 2: 1-25. 635-38. 14 (1857): 133-35. Glaciers and Glacier Theories. 618-28. 507-11. SM 1: 471-75. QJM 4 (1856): 181-91. V Carus. 181-83. 505-08. Owen and Rymer Jones on Comparative Anatomy. QJGS 14 (1858): 267-80. SM 1: 461-62. QJGS 13 (1857): 363-69. 278-81. 13 (1856): 27-30. PRI 2 (1854-58): 432-37. QJMS 4 (1856): 19192. PTRS 147 (1857): 327-46. SM 1: 482-501. 238-41. 537-38. [anon. 1858 On Cephalaspis and Pteraspis. SM 1: 476-81. 462-63. MTG 12 (1856): 429-32. On the Structure and Motion of Glaciers. 481-84. Description of a New Crustacean (Pygocephalus Cooperi Huxley) from the CoalMeasures. SM 1: 463-70.] Westminster Review 67: 279-88. 56367. SM 1: 502-16. 638-40.

SM 1: 321-24. On the Agamic Reproduction and Morphology of Aphis. QJGS . SM 2: 90-93. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 15 (1859): 64249. Murrayi) from near Colesberg. SM 2: 13040. part ii (1858): 8283. Ancient and Modern. SM 2: 120-29. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 14 (1858): 281-94. On Some Amphibian and Reptilian Remains from South Africa and Australia. (sel. Observations on the Genus Pteraspis.)] Saturday Review 6 (1858): 500-2. Abstracted and reviewed in Review of Natural History 7 (1860): 1-11. On a New Species of Plesiosaurus (P. PRI 3 (1858-62): 151-53. [anon. On the Persistent Types of Animal Life. London 1859. (abstract) PRI 2 (1854-58): 534-38. Etheridgii) from Street near Glastonbury. Transactions of the Linnaean Society of London 22 (1858): 193-220.] Saturday Review 6 (1858): 58-59. SM 1: 517-21. British Association Report.[anon. On the Stagonolepis Robertsoni (Agassiz) of the Elgin Sandstones. . South Africa. with Remarks on the Structure of the Atlas and Axis Vertebræ and of the Cranium in that Genus. Glaciers and Glacier Theories. SM 1: 538-606. Chalk.On the Phenomena of Gemmation.221-36. SM 2: 81-89. QJGS of London 15 (1859): 440-60. 1859 The Oceanic Hydrozoa. AnMNH 3 (1859): 414-39. and on the Recently Discovered Footmarks in the Sandstones of Cummingstone. On The Theory of the Vertebrate Skull. The Clouds. and on the Structure of the Skull in Dicynodonts. SM 2: 26-80. PRS 9 (1857-59): 381-457. Silliman's Journal 28 (1859): 206-9. SM 1: 522-37. SM 2: 94-119. On a New Species of Dicynodon (D. Journal of the Linnaean Societ (Zoology) 3 (1859): 36-44.) On Some Points in the Anatomy of Nautilus pompilius. [anon.] Saturday Review 6 (1858): 207-8. 15 (1859): 649-58.

The Theory of Glaciers.] Saturday Review 7 (1859): 333-35. The Builder 22 (Jan. 15. SM 2: 203-62. Science and Religion. 1859).S. SM 2: 157-65. Salter.On Rhamphorhynchus Bucklandi. Macmillan's Magazine 1 (1859): 142-48. [anon. QJGS 15 (1859): 67077. British Fossils. 1859). Darwin's "Origin of Species". SM 2: 263-68. On Dasyceps Bucklandi (Labyrinthodon Bucklandi Lloyd). Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom (1859): 56-57. [anon. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom. Structure of Glaciers. F. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom. A. The Government School of Mines. SM 2: 166-69.] The Times (26 Dec. Monograph 1 (1859): 1-36.S. Time and Life: Mr. The Darwinian Hypothesis. Part l. 1860 . On a Fragment of a Lower Jaw of a Large Labyrinthodont from Cubbington.. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom (1859): 52-56. British Fossils. SM 2: 271-85.. QJMS 7 (1859): 33-46. SM 2: 141-56. A Pterosaurian from the Stonesfield Slate.– Description of the Species of Pterygotus by J. On a Fossil Bird and a Fossil Cetacean from New Zealand. CE 2: 1-21. On the Dermal Armour of Crocodilus Hastingsiæ.G. SM 2: 170-202. QJGS 15 (1859): 678-80. Part 2.L. W. [anon.1859): 35-36. SM 2: 269-70. The Builder 17 (Jan.] Saturday Review 8 (1859): 80-81.– On the Anatomy and Affinities of the Genus Pterygotus. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 15 (1859): 65870. Monograph 1 (1859): 37105. Observations on the Development of Some Parts of the Skeleton of Fishes.

Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom: Figures and Descriptions Illustrative of British Organic Remains (1861). SM 2: 403-16. QJGS 17 (1861): 73-84. SM 2: 461-66. SM 2: 286-312. Phaneropleuron Andersoni. The Origin of Species. AnMNH 5 (1860): 344-46. On the Nature of the Earliest Stages of the Development of Animals.s. SM . SM 2: 388-94. . reprinted as A Lobster. PRI 3 (1858-62): 195-200.) (1860): 541-70. QJGS 17 (1861): 16366. 1861 On a New Species of Macrauchenia (M.] Westminster Review 17 (n.] Saturday Review 10 (1860): 81-83. Addresses and Reviews (1860). 2: 400-2. with Notes on the Specific and Generic Characters of Recent Crocodilia. On Species and Races. On Pteraspis dunensis (Archæoteuthis dunensis. and Their Origin. SM 2: 395-99. The Glaciers of the Alps. or. [anon. the Study of Zoology. SM 2: 467-71. On the Structure of the Mouth and Pharynx of the Scorpion. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom: Figures and Descriptions Illustrative of British Organic Remains (1861): 47-49. Roemer). Preliminary Essay upon the Systematic Arrangement of the Fishes of the Devonian Epoch. Glyptolæmus Kinnairdi.[anon. SM 2: 421-60. CE 8: 196-228. SM 2: 417-20. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom: Figures and Descriptions Illustrative of British Organic Remains (1861): 41-46. On the Study of Zoology. 8 (1860): 250-54.On the Dermal Armour of Jacare and Caiman. CE 2: 22-79. PRI 3 (1858-62): 315-17. boliviensis). Lay Sermons. Journal of the Linnaean Society (Zoology) 4 (1860): 1-28. QJMS .

[letters] The Athenaeum (March 30 and Sept. QJGS 18 (1862): 420-22. Paris 1910. Prove di fatto intorno al pesto che l'uomo tiene nella natura. 25. Man and the Apes. Du singe a l'homme. SM 2: 313-87. Shizenkai ni okeru ningen no chii. On a Stalk-Eyed Crustacean from the Carboniferous Strata near Paisley. QJGS 18 (1862): 29196. Ching chun chih lien.s. Geological Contemporaneity and Persistent Types of Life. SM 2: 539-45. Transactions of the Linnaean Society of London 23 (1862): 193-250. 1862 Anatomy and Development of Pyrosoma. London 1863. QJGS 18 (1862): 422-27. 498. PZS of London. Milano 1869. Shanghai 1935. Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature. SM 2: 471-92. On the Relations of Man to the Lower Animals. Addresses and Reviews (London. Lay Sermons.) 1 (1861) 67-84. On Some Fossil Remains of Man. 4054. 1863 Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature. Natural History Review (n. SM 2: 536-38. 1870). On the Premolar Teeth of Diprotodon. PRI of Great Britain 3 (1858-62): 42022. Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature. Braunschweig 1863. and SM 2: 512-29: The Anniversary Address to the Geological Society. and on a New Species of that Genus. 1861):433. MTG 24 (1862): 36. On the Brain of Ateles Paniscus. Paris 1868. The Brain of Man and Apes. (1861): 247-60.] . La place de l'homme dans la nature. CE 7. In QJGS 18 (1862). SM 2: 509-11. CE 7: 1-208. [letter] MTG (Oct. [Translations: Zeugnisse fur die stellung des menschen in der natur. Tokyo 1940.On the Zoological Relations of Man with the Lower Animals. 21. 1862): 449. SM 2: 530-35. CE 8: 272-304. On New Labyrinthodonts from the Edinburgh Coal-Field. SM 2: 493-508. MTG 24 (1862): 159-61. On the Methods and Results of Palæontology.

564-65. Gray) of Old Calabar. 285-86. Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London 2 (1863): 265-66. 486-87. 391-93. SM 2: 558-72. 229-30. Six Lectures on Classification at the Royal College of Surgeons. 177-78. 311-14. PRS of Londo n 12 (1862-63): 316-26. 671-72. 633-35. 363-65. Professor Huxley's Lectures on "The Structure and Classification of the Mammalia. Description of Anthracosaurus Russelli." Reader 3 (1864): 266-68. SM 2: 556-57. 607-9. 607-10. 633-35. 443-46. On the Angwantibo (Arctocebus calabarensis. 398-99. 57-80. SM 2: 573-90. . 27 (1863): 1-6. 189-92. SM 2: 591-612. 256-57. MTG . 2: 546-55. QJGS 19 (1863): 56-68. CE 2: 303-475. 499-500. 203-04. 647-48. 5758. 371-74. 337-39. 284-85. (sel. London 1864. 233-34.s.On Our Knowledge of the Causes of the Phenomena of Organic Nature. Letter on the Human Remains Found in the Shell-Mounds. 52730. 537-38. 553-56.] Description of a New Specimen of Glyptodon Recently Acquired by the Royal College of Surgeons of England.) 4 (1864): 429-46. 1864 Hunterian Lectures on The Structure and Classification of the Mammalia. 456-57. 663-68. 529-31. 475-78. 471-72. 343-44. 428-29. 26 (1863): 705-7. 417-19. 509-10. 633-36. Braunschweig 1896. 107-10. Lectures on the Vertebrate Skull. 617-18. MTG 26 (1863): 607-10. 425-29. a New Labyrinthodont from the Lanarkshire Coal-Field. 595-96. SM . MTG 26 (1863):25962.) Further Remarks upon the Human Remains from the Neanderthal. 369-70. Six Lectures to Working Men London 1863. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1864): 314-45. The Natural History Review (n. 312-13. MTG (1864): 153-54. Lectures on the Elements of Comparative Anatomy. [Translation: Uber unsere kenntniss von den Ursachen der Erscheinungen in der organischen Natur.

330-31. PRI 4 (1862-66): 461-63. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of India: Palæontologia Indica. 256-57. 239-40.) 4 (1864): 56-80. with a Notice of a New Species (Belemnoziphius compressus) from the Red Crag. 369-70. QJGS 20 (1864): 388-96. On the Methods and Results of Ethnology. CE 7: 209-52. Criticisms on "The Origin of Species. The Reader 4 (Dec. 343-44. Huxley and Hawkins. 1864): 334-35. London 1864. On the Structure of the Stomach in Desmodus rufus. SM 3: 11-36. SM 3: 37-84. Hunterian Lectures on the Structure and Classification of Mammalia. [letter] The Reader 3 ( March 12. 671-72. On the Structure of the Belemnitidæ.s. 284-85. Lay Sermons. SM 3: 8589. PZS (1865): 386-90. Fortnightly Review 1 (1865): 257-77. SM 3: 110. 398-99. Ranigunj." Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom: Figures and Descriptions Illustrative of British Organic Remains. . 428-29. SM 3: 90-120. 31. The Negro's Place in Nature. 647-48. Hunterian Lectures on the Structure and Classification of the Mammalia. 564-6. Series 4: Indian Protertiary Vertebrata. On a Collection of Vertebrate Fossils from the Panchet Rocks. 493-94. Addresses and Reviews (London 1870). PTRS of London 155 (1865): 31-70. 312-13. CE 2: 80-106. 266-68. 364-65. [abstracts] MTG 28 (1864):153-54. 1864): 821. Monograph 2 (1864). Science and "Church Policy". 203-04.] Natural History Review (n." [anon. 300-1.On the Cetacean Fossils termed "Ziphius" by Cuvier. 61718. 486-87. 1 (1865): 3-24. 177-78. with a Description of a More Complete Specimen of "Belemnites" than Any Hitherto Known and an Account of a New Genus of Belemnitidæ "Xiphoteuthis. The Reader 3 (1864): 205-6. 537-38. 595-96. Bengal. An Elementary Atlas of Comparative Osteology. 229-30. 509-10. 456-57. 1865 On the Osteology of the Genus Glyptodon. SM 3: 121-24. 525-26.

31. Petersburg 1867. reprinted as Principles and Methods of Palæontology. SM 3: 205-13.1866): 3. The Reader 5 (1865): 561-62. Kornelis Johannes van. Samokov 1892. tr. To the Editor of the "Spectator.H. Ranke.Explanatory Preface to the Catalogue of the Palæontological Collection in the Museum of Practical Geology. Letter on Jamaica Committee. On Two Widely Contrasted Forms of the Human Cranium. Addresses and Reviews London 1870. Eugene. Duijl. Lecons de physiologie elementaire. (sel. St. SM 5 (supplement): 20-67.] British Fossils. Wundt. bewerkt naar Huxley. (sel. Addresses and Reviews. 1866 Lessons in Elementary Physiology. Nijmegen. CE 1: 18-41. On the Advisableness of Improving Natural Knowledge." English Leader (Feb. MTG 32 (1866): 534-37. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology 1 (1867): 60-77. Mary's Hospital. Fortnightly Review 3 (1866): 626-37. QJGS 23 (1867): 77-84. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom.) In Prehistoric Remains of Caithness by S. QJG S 23 (1867): 1-6. SM 3: 198-204. SM 3: 125-79. Grundzuge der Physiologie. On a New Specimen of Telerpeton Elginense. Ucebnik po elementarna fiziologiia ot T. Compendium der physiologie. 1871. Emancipation–Black and White. CE 3: 66-75. Etheridge (London 1865). Lay Sermons. South Africa. Decade xii (1866). 24. ed. London 1866.1866). Hzkslei . Notes on the Human Remains. Paris 1869. Hermann en Budge. Lay Sermons. Laing. . SM 3: 214-30. Hamburg 1910. Illustrations of the Structure of the Crossopterygian Ganoids. Pall Mall Gazette 4 (Oct. 1867 On Some Remains of Large Dinosaurian Reptiles from the Stormberg Mountains. Address to St. Dally. Smithsonian Reports (1869): 363-88. London 1866.) [Translations: Uroki elementarnoi fiziologii.

PZS of London (1867): 41572.s. CE 1: 130-65. Geological Magazine 5 (1868): 201-05. Geological Magazine 5 (1868): 357-65. Macmillan's Magazine 18 (1868): 396-408. On the Form of the Cranium Among the Patagonians and Fuegians." Two New Fossil Lacertilian Reptiles from South Africa. On the Classification and Distribution of the Alectoromorphæ and Heteromorphæ. On a Piece of Chalk. On the Physical Basis of Life. On the Classification of Birds. Royal Institution (1867). SM 3: 314-29. and on the Taxonomic Value of the Modifications of Certain of the Cranial Bones Observable in That Class. Addresses and Reviews. Lay Sermons. A Course of Twelve Lectures on Ethnology. CE 3: 76-110. Remarks upon Archæopteryx Lithographica. Addresses and Reviews. SM 3: 231-34. SM 3: 239-97. Lay Sermons. with Some Remarks upon American Crania in General. SM 3: 346-73. [abstract] MTG 36 (1868): 184-85. and Where to Find It. [summary] MTG 38 (1869): 248-49. Macmillan's Magazine 17 (1868): 36778.." [HP 33. Fortnightly Review 5 (n. PRS 16 (1868): 243-48. SM 3: 34045. QJMS (n. A Liberal Education.) (1868): 129-45. 21. a New Reptile from the Chalk-Marl. SM 3: 298-302. edited galley proof of "The Negritos. On Some Organisms Living at Great Depths in the North Atlantic Ocean.s. SM 3: 3-13.] 1868 Professor Huxley's Lecture.On Acanthopholis horridus. Lay Sermons. Addresses and Reviews London 1870. 1868): 1372 On "Saurosternon Bainii" and "Pristerodon McKayi. CE 8: 1-36. Geological Magazine.) 8 (1868): 203-12. Spectator 41 (Nov. On the Animals Which Are Most Nearly Intermediate Between Birds and Reptiles. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology 2 (1868): 253-71. PZS (1868): 294-319. SM 3: 330-39. AnMNH 2 (1868): 66-75. . 4 (1867): 65-67. Unpublished.

On the Representatives of the Malleus and the Incus of the "Mammalia" in the Other "Vertebrata. 450-51. Letter on Classification of Birds. On the Ethnology and Archæology of India. Geological Reform. 208. 583-85.s. Speech at the Prehistoric Congress at Norwich. Prescott's Strong Drink and Tobacco Smoke. . 504-06. 1868). London 1869. Addresses and Reviews. SM 3: 427-31. 265-67. [review] The Academy 1 (1869): 12-14." PZS of London (1869): 391-407. On the Upper Jaw of Megalosaurus. Letter to the Commissioners of the Manchester Natural History Society (Jan. (sel. QJGS 25 (1869): 311. CE 2: 107-19. Paris 1880]. Ibis 4 (1868): 357-61. From The Elements of Comparative Anatomy (1864). Lay Sermons. CE 8: 305-39. On the Ethnology and Archæology of North America. Lectures on the Invertebrates at the Royal College of Surgeons.) Editor's Preface to Henry P. 40-43 The Genealogy of Animals. QJGS 25 (1869): xxviii-liii . 344-45.) 1 (1869): 218-21. 292-93. [summary] MTG 37 (1868): 271. London 1869. SM 3: 432-35. SM 3: 374-90. Journal of the Ethnological Society of London (n.s. 1869 An Introduction to the Classification of Animals. Journal of the Ethnological Society of London (n. SM 3: 391-93. 398-99.entitled "Anniversary Address of the President". SM 3: 436-53. Scheme for a Museum. The Natural History of Creation. MTG 36 (1868): 151. 320-21. On a New Labyrinthodont from Bradford. SM 3: 394-96. (revised in) Lay Sermons. QJGS 25 (1869): 309-11.) 1 (1869): 89-93.[Translation: Premieres notions sur les sciences (Appendix: Un morceau de craie. Addresses and Reviews. On Hyperodapedon. 25. QJGS 25 (1869): 138-52. 235-36.14. SM 3: 397-426.

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