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friends rally to, in his illness, i.
537! opinion of, ii. 420.

Clifford, Mrs., letters to a difficulty,
ii. 9; the P.C. : a spiritual peer-
age, ii. 346; human nature, 453.

Clodd, Edward, note on secular edu-
cation, i. 369; letters to his book,
Jesus of Nazareth: Bible reading,
ii. 9; reply to condolence on his
daughter's death, 192; Positiv-
ism: will devote his remaining
powers to theological questions,
244; Baur's merit: proposes work
on the three great myths, 245, cp.
276; legal aspect of the " Darkest
England" scheme: controversy
and waste of time, 290; new edi-
tion of " Bates " : alleged ignor-
ing of distinguished men by
Royal Society, 364; Man's Place
after thirty years, 365; answering
letters: Kidd on Social Evolu-
tion: Lord Salisbury at Oxford,

Cobden, Richard, i. 162; and Interna-
tional College, 291.

Cole, Sir Henry, the humour of pub-
lic affairs, ii. 344.

Colenso, Bishop, Bishop Wilberforce
on, i. 217; also 258, 279, ii. 37.

Coleridge, Lord, i. 235; and vivisec-
tion, ii. 256.

Collected Essays, review of, by Pro-
fessor Ray Lankester, ii. 393.

Collier, Hon. John, letters to the
" Apologetic Irenicon " : art in
London University, ii. 325; a
pertinacious portrait painter, 352;
effect of influenza on personal
appearance: the Romanes Lec-
ture an egg-dance, 377.

Collier, Hon. Mrs. John, letters to
a country visit, ii. 68; secre-
tarial work: incidents of travel,
89; Naples: violent changes of
weather, 92; secretarial work:
Catherine of Siena, 104; end of
Italian trip, 109; prize at the Slade
School: return from Maloja, 219;
the Canaries, 271; objects of the
seashore, 310-11; the P.C., 345;
the cat, 369-70; nonsense letter,
465; an Oxford training, 467.

Collier, W. F., letters to proposed
visit to, ii. 84; a touching mark
of confidence, 213; law of De-
ceased Wife's Sister: Shake-
speare and the sexes of plants,
231-32; the P.C.: "What is
honour? ": a new Beatitude,
348; visit to, 268.

Ceilings, E. T., letter to alcohol as
a brain stimulant, ii. 247.

Collings, Right Hon. Jesse, his
mother and the P.C., ii. 349.

Commission, Medical Acts, ii. 34, 43;
report of, 43, 44-

Commission, Scottish Universities, i.
511 sq., 525.

Commissions, Royal, i. 347 sq., 428;
Fisheries, 216, 252, 257, 269, 274;
on Science and Art Instruction,
324; on Science, 420; on Trawling,
ii. 27; Fishery of 1883, 64.

Common, T., letter to Nietzsche:
German work and style: morality
and evolution, ii. 383.



Comparative anatomy, letter on, i.

Comte, criticism on, i. 322 sq. ; would

need re-writing, i. 451; typical

of the century? 396.
Comtism, denned as " Catholicism

without Christianity," i. 322.
Comtists, opinion of, ii. 419-20; see

also Positivism.

Conditions, influence of, ii. 136, 137.
Congreve, controversy with, i. 322.
Controversy, opinion of, i. 271, 308,

516, 523, ii. 291; and friendship,

i. 414, ii. 186; exhilarating effect

of, ii. 102, 124, 125, 130, 154; aim

of, 239, 240; in self-defence, 452.
Controverted Questions, ii. 316; labour

of writing the prologue, 317;

elimination of the supernatural,

Cook (editor of Saturday Review), i.

191, 267.
Cooke, Dr., his brother-in-law, i. 6;

his first instruction in medicine,

16, 35.
Copley Medal, awarded to Huxley, ii.

Corfield, R., on Clifford's illness, i.


Cork, rejected for chair at, i. 86.
Cornay, Professor, acknowledgment

from, i. 305.

Cornu, Professor, at x Club, i. 279.
Courtney, Right Hon. L., at Royal

Society dinner, ii. 65.
Coventry, the home of Thomas Hux-

ley, i. i; George Huxley returns

to, 6.

Craniology, i. 257.
Cranks, letters from, ii. 46 sq.
Crayfish, on the, i. 143, 429, 525, ii. i.
Creation, controversy on Genesis i.

with Mr. Gladstone, ii. 123 sqq.,

130; also 320.

Criticism, a compliment, i. 168.
Croonian Lecture, i. 172, 173, 175.
Cross, Lord, letter to Vivisection

Commission, i. 472.
Crossopterygian fishes, i. 164.
Crowder, Mrs., visit to, ii. 379.
Crum Brown, Professor, induces

Huxley to play golf, i. 390.
Crustacea, paleozoic, i. 159.

Culture, basis of, ii. 14 sq.

Cunningham, on South American fos-
sil, i. 335-

Cuno, language and race, ii. 287.

Cuvier, his views controverted, i. 161,
165; and his title, 386; apprecia-
tion of, ii. 42.

Cuvier, the British, i, 172.

Dalgairns, Father, in Metaphysical
Society, i. 338.

Dalhousie, Lord, President Royal
Commission on Trawling, ii. 27.

Dana, and coral reef theories, ii. 170;
misunderstanding of Darwin in
his obituary of Asa Gray, 205.

Daphnia, i. 159.

Darwin, Charles, likewise begins his
career at sea, i. 31; as man of
science, 102, 103; saying about
happiness and work, 140; 168;
starts on the Origin, 171 ; effect
of the Origin, 179-83; the species
question before 1859, 182; the
most serious omission in the
Origin, 184; Huxley his " gen-
eral agent," 183, 297; his " bull-
dog," 39i; and his predecessors,
216, 241; and poetry, 242; com-
pared with Lamarck, 245; and
spontaneous generation, 263; at
x Club, 279; his opinion of
Dohrn, 351; his generosity, 450;
" the cheeriest letter-writer I
know," ii. 13; letter to, obtain-
ing a Civil List pension for Wal-
lace, 15; death of, 40; notice of,
in Nature, 41 ; love for, ib. ; in-
tellect of, 42; obituary, 65; com-
pared to Gordon, 102; unveiling
of statue, 120; character and
friends, 121; influence in science,
173; exposition not his forte, 203;
dumb sagacity of, ib.; legacy
from A. Rich, 304; his theory
needs experimental proof, 309;
and natura non facit saltum, 394;
typical of the century? 396; na-
ture of his work, 400; example
of, 413; defence of, 452.
Letters from the decisive critics of
the Origin, i. 178; Huxley's res-
ervations in accepting the doc-


trine of the Origin, 223; on Hux-
ley's treatment of Suarez' meta-
physics: intellect of Huxley, 392;
on new biological teaching, 410;
on report of seance, 456; autom-
atism, ii. 41.

Letters to on the Origin, i. 188;
Edinburgh lectures, 209, 210; the
Cambridge British Association,
213; on Man's Place: Atavism,
220; that his theory accounts for
retrogression as well as progres-
sion, 221; pressure of work, 264;
269; absorption in one kind of
work, due to one's reputation
and one's children, 270; " Criti-
cisms of the Origin," 273; Copley
Medal, 275; difficulty of writing
a book, 285; birth of a son: work
in the Reader, 286; sends booklet,
ib.; Darwinism in Germany, 287;
Pangenesis, 289; laziness: Hooker
ill, 290; memorial about Gallegos
fossils, 297; new edition of
Origin: Jamaica affair, 300; on
Positivist critics, 322, 323; visit
from Darwin, 328; no time to
read, 329; loses sight of natural-
ists " by grace of the dredge,"
335 ; South American fossils, ib. ;
Exeter British Association, 336;
societies: the Celt question, 349;
on Oxford D.C.L , 354; on De-
scent of Man, and Sexual Selec-
tion, 386; inconvenience of hav-
ing four addresses, 414; on a
friend's illness, 434; note for the
Descent of Man: Dohrn's Station:
projected visit to America, 450;
W. G. Ward's saying about Mill,
451 ; report on spiritualistic seance,
452 sq. ; attack in Quarterly, 457,
458; on vivisection, 470, 471, 472,
473; instructions for Polar expe-
dition, 481; on theological protest,
505; his degree at Cambridge,
513; "Coming of Age" of the
Origin, ii. 12; cuts out a sharp
retort, 15; on Wallace's pension,
ib. ; optimism and pessimism, 16.

Darwin, Mrs., visit to, ii. 305.

Darwin, Miss E., on Huxley's books,
i. 285, 287, 300.

Darwin, Francis, letter to, on the

British Association Meeting of

1860, i. 201; visit to, ii. 175.
Darwin, Professor George, at seance,

i. 452 sq.

Darwin tree, the, ii. 180.
Daubeny, Dr., at Oxford, 1860, i.

193, 202, 203.
Davies, Rev. Llewelyn, at Huxley's

funeral, ii. 426.
Dayman, Lieutenant, formerly of the

Rattlesnake, i. 95; on Atlantic

mud, 317.
De la Beche, Sir Henry, i. 68; 123,

1^4, 143-

De Maillet, i. 215.
De Ouatrefages, i. 162.
Deceased Wife's Sister Bill, ii. 231-33.
Derby, Lord, i. 79.
Descartes' Discourse, Commentary

on, i. 352.
Design, ii. 200, 201 ; argument from,


Devonian fishes, i. 227.
" Devonshire Man " controversy, i.


Dewar, Professor, liquid oxygen, ii.


Dingle, Mr., at Oxford, 1860, i. 196.

Diphtheria, outbreak of, i. 528 sq.

Docker, the scientific, letter to, ii.
388; tries to help, ib. sq.: letter
to atoms and the evolution of
matter, 405.

Dog, on the, i. 429; projected work
on, 525; problems connected
with, ii. 10; further work on,
ii sq.

Dohrn, Dr. Anton, visit of, i. 311;
visit from, in 1868, 324; absent
from Naples on Huxley's visit,
ii. 91.

Letters to matrimony: Tennyson:
his kindness to children, i. 313;
scientific investigators and mu-
seum work: family news: criti-
cism of Kolliker, 325-27; Calcutta
Museum: Kolliker and the or-
ganon adamantinae: family news,
327; a bad letter-writer: Goethe's
Aphorisms; Dohrn's work and
English, 350, 351; marine stations
at Naples and Brighton: spon-



taneous generation: Huxley,
devil's advocate to speculators: a
" Tochtervolles Haus," 357, 358;
British Association at Liverpool:
Franco- Prussian War, 359; micro-
scopes: Franco-Prussian War,
361; School Board: "an optical
Sadowa," 388 sq.; illness of 1871,
395; the visit to Naples: Ceylon
Museum, 402, 403; beefsteaks and
wives not to be despised, 403;
Ceylon Museum: his father's ill-
ness: his capacity, 404; invita-
tion to Morthoe, ib. ; books for
the Aquarium, 405 ; the new
laboratory, 408; England not rep-
resented at his station: visit
from von Baer: lawsuit: Kleinen-
berg on Hydra, 430, 431; sub-
scriptions for station: prefers his
German to his English: hesita-
tion, 431; his marriage; the sta-
tion: Darwin's generosity, 449;
death of Darwin and Balfour, ii.
41 ; naval officers and scientific re-
search, 45; health: age: earning
an honest sixpence, 158.

Dohrn, Dr., sen., i. 399; visit to, at
Naples, ib. sq. ; vigour of, 404.

Donnelly, Sir John, K.C.B., visit to,

ii. 385-

Letters to vivisection, i. 463-65;
Fishery appointment, ii. 22; title
of Dean: a wet holiday, 38; re-
tired officers in administrative
posts, 49; unofficial answer to
official inquiries, 78; proposed
resignation, 79; industry and age,
80; health: Gordon, ib.; reply to
arguments against resignation,
81; extension of leave: festa of
St. Peter's chair, 97; coldness of
Rome: repression of dynamiters:
Roman noses, 99; Gordon: pub-
lic affairs: technical education:
depression: carnival, 101103;
health, 106; return from Italy,
in; Civil List pension, 117; re-
turn in good health from Arolla:
renews work at science instead
of theology, 147-48; Science and
Art examinations, 150, 250; age
moderates hopes, 160; Imperial

Institute, 165; the Irish question,
179; Glion: "javelins," 182; sends
proof of Struggle for Existence,
199; Deceased Wife's Sister Bill:
hatred of anonymity, 233; Stone-
henge: use of Radicals: death of
Smyth, 275; move to Eastbourne,
278; London University Com-
mission and reform, 330; the
State and intermediate education,
339; responsible lor the Privy
Councillorship, 343; humour of
public affairs, 344: the modern
martyrdom, 353; faculty of for-
getting, 356; the scientific docker,
388; death of Tyndall, 392; letter
from a lunatic, 395; a State even-
ing party, 395; procrastination:
the scientific docker: Darwin
Medal, 410; women in public life,

Draper, Dr., i. 195.

Drawing, Huxley's faculty for, i. 4,

46, 397, 447-

Dublin, LL.D. at, i. 530.

Duncan, Dr. Matthews, visit to, i. 390.

Dyer, Sir W. Thiselton, helps in the
new science teaching, i. 407 n.;
lectures for Huxley, 409; to help
in Men of Science Series, 535;
letter from Gentian paper, ii.
214; letter to on Marine Biologi-
cal Association, 208.

Dyster, Dr., letters to scientific Cal-
vinism, i. 122; introduction to
Kingsley and Maurice, 131; re-
fuses Edinburgh chair: coast sur-
vey, 132, 133, 134, 135; approach-
ing marriage, 136, 137; popular
lectures, 149; man not a rational
animal in his parental capacity,
ii. 192.

Ealing, i. i.

Eastbourne, house at; law of nature

about; origin of name, ii. 294.
Echinoderms, on the development of,

i. 82; aim of paper, 100.
Echo, article in, i. 512.
Ecker, Dr. A., on his ethnological

work, i. 294.
Eckersley, W., letter to Civil List

pension, ii. 117.



Eckersley, W. A., death of, ii. 426.

Eckhard, Dr., i. 176.

Ectoderm and Endoderm, discovery
of, i. 42, 43; 431.

Edinburgh, lectures at on the Ape
question, i. 207 sq. ; on the Phys-
ical Basis of Life, 321; Fishery
Exhibition, ii. 31; refuses an un-
certain post at, i. 123; refuses to
succeed Forbes there, 126, 129,
130, 133, i34 135; Natural His-
tory courses at, 475 sq., 489 sq.

Edinburgh University, hon. degree, i.

Edison, typical of the century? 396.

Education, the true end of, i. 320;
secular, 369, and note; intermedi-
ate, and the State, ii. 339; scien-
tific, for a boy, 339, 341.

Egerton, Sir Philip, his museum, i.
144; visit to, 191; squib on the
ape question, 207, 215.

Egyptian exploration, ii. 67.

Ehrenberg, suspects Bathybius, i. 480.

Eisig, assistant to Dr. Dohrn, ii. 91.

Elementary Physiology, i. 265, 305, ii.
i; new edition, ii. 75, 89.

Eliot, George, proposed burial in
Westminster Abbey, ii. 19; Stan-
ley on, 33.

Ellicott, Bishop of Gloucester, in
Metaphysical Society, i. 338.

Ellis, Charles, with Huxley in Egypt,

i. 399-
" Emancipation, Black and White,"

i. 283.
English literature, teaching of, letter

on, ii. 301.

English Men of Science Series pro-
jected, i. 534 sqq.
Enniskillen, Lord, i. 217.
Erasmus, opinion of, ii. 418, 455.
Erebus and Terror, Hooker on, i. 61.
Erichssen, Professor, on Vivisection

Commission, i. 472.
Ethnological Society, President of, i.

284; presidential address, 330;

amalgamation of two societies,

Ethnology, work on, i. 213, 214, 269,

283, 294, 296, 306, 348, 350; Sir M.

Foster on, 284; systematic series

of photographs, 330; definition of,


348; attention turned away from,
in 1873, 434.

Eton, new Headmaster, and future of,
ii. 143; Huxley a Governor of,
3. 221; examinations, 250.

Europeans, alleged inferiority of
senses in, ii. 284.

Evans, Sir J., on Marine Biological

Association, ii. 208.
Letters to getting in harness a
tonic: need of rest, ii. 85; Ra-
venna: takes up Italian again,
92; work of Royal Society Secre-
tary, 94; a growl from Italy, 107
??.; description of pleurisy, 177 n. ;
delay over Spirilla and Darwin
obituary, 202; Copley Medal:
Geological Congress: punni-
grams, 224; pliocene and mio-
cene man: language no test of
race, 286; a forgotten subscrip-
tion, 370.

Evolution, article for Encyclopedia, i.
487, 513; lectures on, at New
York, 501 ; demonstrative evi-
dence of, 502; accumulation of
evidence for, ii. 13; laws of, ap-
plied to the arrangement of the
Vertebrata, 13, 476; theory must
have been invented by later pa-
leontologists, 36; illustrated by
the Pearly Nautilus, 62 sq. ; ex-
perimental, 309, 310.

Evolution and morality, ii. 382.

" Evolution of Theology," ii. 131.

Evolutionary thought builds up as
well as pulls down, ii. 317.

Examinership under Science and Art
Department, ii. 167 sq., 228;

Exodus, the real story of, ii. 67.

Eyre, Governor, i. 300-304.

Faith, the sin of, ii. 427.

Falconer, Dr. Hugh, i. 276.

Family motto, tenax propositi, ii. 5.

Fanning, Mrs., i. 193.

Fanning, William, his friend in Syd-
ney, i. 39, 40; death of, ii. 176.

Fanning, F., visit to, ii. 379.

Faraday, Michael, interview with, i.
23, 108; 167, 168; and titles, 386;
influence in science, ii. 173; the



knowledge of popular audiences,

Farrar, Dean, on science in public
schools, i. 298, 331; at Sion
House meeting, 325.

Farrar, Rev. Professor, account of the
Oxford British Association, 1860,
i. 196, 203.

Farrer, Lord, letters to official folly:
fallacies tenacious of life, ii. 10;
Fishery appointment, 22; Glad-
stone controversy: ignorance of
the so-called educated classes, 124;
effect of controversy on health,
124; the Cassowary rhyme, 356;
his elevation to the peerage: criti-
cism of Romanes Lecture, 379,
380; the Devil Prince of this
Cosmos: a priori reasoning: the
Established Church and our
simian origin: attack on the
School Board compromise, 406;
the a priori method an anachro-
nism: method of the Political
Economists and Eubiotics: grow-
ing hopefulness in age, 407; aim
of the chapter in Owen's Life:
hint for an essay on Government:
London University reform, 416.

Fawcett, Professor, stays with, i. 213.

Fayrer, Sir Joseph, settles his career
for him, i. 25, 271 ; great anthropo-
logical scheme, 294; invites Hux-
ley to Calcutta, ib. ; ethnological
photographs, 330.

Letters to unable to go to Calcutta,
i. 273; Indian Canidae, ii. 12; the
P.C.: career due to his sugges-
tion, 346.

Felixstowe, visits, i. 96; Mrs. Huxley
at, 213.

Fichte, i. 235.

Filhal, M., work on Natural Selection,

ii. 13-

Fish, immature, ii. 249.

Fisheries, appointed Inspector of, ii.
21 ; duties, 23 sq. ; deep sea, re-
quire no protection, 24, 28; sal-
mon, protection, 24; experiments,


Fisheries, Report on, i. 159; old falla-
cies in reports, ii. 10 ; experimental
station at Lamlash Bay, i. 166.

Fishery business, ii. 52, 73.

Fishery Exhibition, lesson of, ii. 25 n. ;
at Norwich, 29 sq. ; at Edinburgh,
31; in London, 53.

Fishes, development of the skeleton
in, i. 164 sq.

Fishmongers' Company and educa-
tion, ii. 54.

Fiske, John, visit to, i. 497.

FitzRoy, Admiral, Darwinism and the
Bible, i. 201.

Flood myth, ii. 276, 296.

Flourens reviewed, i. 269.

Flower, Sir W. H., on the simian
brain at Cambridge, 1862, i. 204,
205, 213, 216; on Huxley's work
for Hunterian Lectures, 254;
curator of Natural History Col-
lections, 268; character of, 269;
Kingsley should get to know
him, 298; evolution and the
Church, ii. 60 n.

Letters to examinership at College
of Surgeons: Dijon museum, i.
253; Hunterian Lectures, 335;
anatomy of the fox, ii. n; Lina-
cre professorship, 32; acceptance
of P.R.S., 56, 57; "Ville qui
parle," etc., 71; retirement, 113;
refuges for the incompetent: Civil
Service Commissioners: treat-
ment by the Royal Society, 225;
promotion by seniority, 312; uni-
versity reform, 33; the P.C. :
Salisbury P.C.'s received by
Gladstonians (cp. 350) : kinds of
pleurisy: official patronage: ill-
ness of Owen, 347; Owen's work,

Foote case, ii. 429.

Forbes, Professor Edward, introduc-
tion to, i. 27, 29; seemingly forgot-
ten by, 42; visits, 64; support from
64, 65, 68, 87, 98; helps to F.R.S.,
72, 73; his pay, 68; goes to Edin-
burgh, 93; life of the Red Lion
Club, 94; writes notice of Huxley,
98; on Huxley's views, 100; char-
acter of, 102, 103, 104, 116, 125,
128; is succeeded by Huxley, 117,
128; death of, 125 sq.; also 108.
Letters from Huxley's Rattlesnake
work, i. 59; on Royal Medal, 109.



Letters to Royal Medal, i. 112, 118
(cp. ii. 431); a/50 123, 124.

Forbes, Principal James, structure of
glaciers, i. 158, 161; and Tyndall,

Forel, Professor, at Arolla, ii. 181.

Forster, Right Hon. W. E., on Bible
teaching, i. 369; vivisection at
South Kensington, 462 sq. ; letter
to, 446.

Foster, Sir M., on the spirit of Hux-
ley's early inquiries, i. in; on
his " Review of the Cell Theory,"
152; and " Theory of the Verte-
brate Skull," 152; on the Oxford
meeting of the British Associa-
tion, 203; on Huxley as examiner,
256; on his ethnological work,
284; takes over Fullerian Lec-
tures, 315; on Huxley's work on
birds and reptiles, 316, 325; on
Huxley as Secretary of the Royal
Society, 383; takes over his lec-
tures, 395; helps in the new sci-
ence teaching, 407; a New Year's
guest, 418; on Huxley's work
after 1870, 428 sq. ; with him at
Belfast, 444-46; to help in Men of
Science Series, 535; assists in
preparing new edition of Ele-
mentary Physiology, ii. 75; and
London University Commission,
330; " discovery " of, 420.
Letters from retirement at sixty, ii.

117, 128; society at Maloja, 218.
Letters to Edinburgh lectures:
vivisection: Bathybius suspected,
i. 480; official functions not his
business in life, ii. 53; successor
to Spottiswoode, 55; reluctance to
divide the Royal Society over his
election as President, 59; elected,
60; support of debateable opin-
ions while P.R.S.,6i; handwriting
and anxiety, 63; holiday denned,
ib. ; Science and Art examina-
tions, ib. ; on Senate of London
University, 64; obituaries of F.
Balfour and Darwin, ib. ; Royal
Society anniversary, 65; Egyp-
tian exploration society, 67; new
edition of Elementary Physiology,
75; sensation, 76; resignation of

P.R.S., 76; swine miracle, 77;
health, 78; proofs: resignation:
Jeremiah and dyspepsia, 84, 85;
"vis inertise," 85; ordered abroad,
85, 86; Venice, 87; November in
Italy, 89, 91, 92; papal Rome:
health, 93; depression: will turn
antiquary: Royal Society Secre-
tary, 96; Elementary Physiology,
new edition: Italian archaeology:
visits the Lincei, 100; preface to
Elementary Physiology: Gordon's
idea of future life: carnival, 101;
birthday wishes: upshot of Italian
trip: looks forward to becoming
a lodge-keeper: Elementary Physi-
ology published, 105, 106; returns
home: continued ill-health, m-
114; impending retirement, 114;
medical men and F.R.S., 119; so-
cial meetings of Royal Society,
120; science at Oxford, 128; a
scientific Frankenstein, 137; visit
to Ilkley, ib.; paleontological
museum, 140; renewed ill-health:
scientific federation: reorganisa-
tion of Fisheries Department,
141; rejection of Home Rule Bill,
144; " Huxley sulphide " at Har-
rogate, 145; visit to Arolla:
death of a visitor: British Asso-
ciation and Australia: renewed
desire for work, 147; transference
of sensation: obstinate fictions of
examinees, 149; Delta borings:
gentians, begs specimen: dis-
tribution of, 152; apology for in-
tervention, 157; Royal Society
and Imperial Institute Commit-
tee, 164; Science and Art exami-
nations, 167 sq. ; pleurisy his Jubi-
lee honour, 177; convalescence:
Marine Biological Association,
179; Arolla, 180; gentians and
idleness, 182; the P.R.S. and poli-
tics, 185; at Hastings: Delta
borings: Antarctic exploration,
188; keeps his promise to speak
at Manchester, in spite of do-
mestic loss, 191; technical educa-
tion, address at Manchester, 193;
Hooker's work on Diatoms, ib.:
London University reform, 201;

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Spirilla: Darwin obituary: "paper
philosophers," 202, 203; peculiar
stage of convalescence: Challenger
reports, 202; Darwin obituary
finished: affection of the heart:
an " unselfish request," 207; an
amended paper compared to
Tristram Shandy's breeches, 208;
a successor in presidency of
Marine Biological Association,
ib.; Darwin obituary satisfactory:
Spirula: death of Matthew Ar-
nold, 209; open invitation to,
as a friend of Huxley, 213; at
Maloja: Copley Medal, 215; leaves
Maloja, 216; unable to effect a
meeting, ib. ; return home from
Maloja, 217, 218; compelled to
live out of London: a cuttlefish
of a writer, 222; climate of East-
bourne and a priori reasoning,
223; children and anxiety: stays
away from Royal Society dinner,
224; Science and Art examina-
tions, syllabus: successor to Hux-
ley, 228; Monte Generoso: his
health, Sir H. Thompson on, 253;
opposition to Technical Education
Bill, 254; sends photograph: pro-
posed trip to the Canaries, 266;
reviews of Darwin, Alpha and
Omega, 267; marriage and the
wisdom of Solomon, ib. ; Booth
business, a wolf by the ears:
Salvationists and spies, 292;
Physiology, Part 3: name of
house: a supposed ancestor and
benefit of clergy, 294, 295; Maloja
accessible to him only by bal-
loon, 306; physiological omnis-
cience, 308; unequal to public
function, 312; physiology un-
trammelled at Royal College of
Science, 331 ; Senate of London
University and reform, 334; Privy
Councillorship, 343; public func-
tions and health, 354; sympathy
for attack on, 363; Romanes Lec-
ture: Harvey celebration: symp-
toms of influenza, 379; weakness
after influenza, 385; Nature din-
ner: award of Darwin Medal,
409; avoidance of influenza: Gor-

don and the African fever, 421 ;
joining the Horticultural Society,

Foundations of Belief, critique on, ii.

Fox, George, influence of, ii. 283; as

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