3 edition of [Extracts from letters to Professor Henslow] found in the catalog.
[Extracts from letters to Professor Henslow]
1835 by [n. pub .
Written in English
|Statement||by C. Darwin.|
|Series||Landmarks of science|
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Entomological extracts from this pamphlet were published in: Extracts of letters from C. Darwin, Esq., to Professor Henslow.
Printed for private distribution. Entomological Magazine 3 (5) Art. XLIII (): The letters were later communicated by Sedgwick to the Geological Society of London on 18 November and published as Darwin Extracts from Letters Addressed to Professor Henslow.
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Get this from a library. Extracts from letters addressed to Professor Henslow, read at a meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 16 November, [Charles Darwin; J S Henslow]. 31 pp. 8vo, bound in attractive green morocco-backed cloth over boards.
Cambridge: Printed for Distribution among the Members of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 1 December First edition of Darwin's first separately printed work, and of the greatest rarity.
This unauthorized pamphlet contains extracts from ten letters written to John Stevens Henslowby. This unauthorized pamphlet contains extracts from ten letters written to John Stevens Henslow (), by Darwin during his five-year voyage on the Beagle.
Henslow had been Darwin's botany professor at Cambridge and their friendship "was one of the most influential circumstances in his [Darwin's] early life."-ODNB.
darwin, c. [extracts from letters addressed to professor henslow]. cambridge: [privately printed]. The letters Darwin exchanged with John Stevens Henslow, professor of Botany and Mineralogy at Cambridge University, were among the most significant of his life.
It was a letter from Henslow that brought Darwin the invitation to sail round the world as companion to captain Robert FitzRoyof HMS Beagle, and during the voyage it was Henslow who received the vast numbers of.
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Henslow, J. (John Stevens) Extracts from letters addressed to Professor Henslow by Charles Darwin Henslow read extracts of Darwin's letters to [Extracts from letters to Professor Henslow] book to a meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society and published them at his own expense (the fourth pamphlet).
The final pamphlet is an impassioned plea from Henslow for. CHARLES DARWIN’S SHORTER PUBLICATIONS – – [Records of captured insects]. F 1 [Extracts from letters addressed to Professor Henslow]. F1 2 A letter, containing remarks on the moral state of Tahiti, New [Extracts from letters to Professor Henslow] book, &c.
F 15 [Notes on Rhea americana and Rhea darwinii]. F EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS ADDRESSED TO PROFESSOR HENSLOW BY C. DARWIN, ESQ. CAMBRIDGE: [THE UNIVERSITY PRESS FOR THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY], DEC. 1, My Father did not move from his seat till he had read every word of your book & he was very much gratified— he liked so much the simple clear way you gave.
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Extracts from Letters addressed to Professor Henslow by C. Darwin, Esq. read at a meeting of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 16 November, / A reprint of the original pamphlet dated Cambridge, Dec.
1, Book (Caqmbridge, UK: Privately Printed). for private distribution extracts from letters addressed to professor henslow by c. darwin, esq. cambridge: [the university press for the cambridge philosophical society], dec.
1, This unauthorized pamphlet contains extracts from ten letters written by Darwin to John Stevens Henslow () during his five-year voyage on the Beagle. Henslow, the charismatic and well-connected Regis Professor of Botany at Cambridge, was Darwin's close friend and first mentor in natural history and responsible for obtaining for Darwin.
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Share photos and videos, send messages and get g: letters Professor Henslow]. PROFESSOR HENSLOW. The preface to the extracts from Darwin's letters is dated Dec. 1, but the work itself is not dated. In his reply to it, dated June 3rd, he writes that he has been 'a good deal horrified' that 'what has been written without care or accuracy' should have been printed.
Published works Edit. Extracts from letters to Professor Henslow (privately printed, not for public sale) A LETTER, Containing Remarks on the Moral State of TAHITI, NEW ZEALAND, &c. – BY CAPT. FITZROY AND C. DARWIN, H.M.S. 'Beagle.' Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S.
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