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Statemented. by Sir Michael Foster and by E. Ray Lankester.
ContributionsFoster, M. Sir, 1836-1907., Lankester, E. Ray Sir, 1847-1929., George E. Burget Memorial Collection.
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Pagination90 p., [11] leaves of plates (part fold.) :
Number of Pages90
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Ray Lankester, eds. 4 vols. and supp. (London, ), contains probably all of Huxley’s important scientific papers as well as reports of his Royal Institution Friday Evening Discourses. Author of A Liberal Education and Where to Find It, Collected Essays V8, De l'application des lois de l'évolution à la classification des vertébrés, Éléments d'anatomie comparée des animaux vertébrés, Essays, ethical and political, Hume, The scientific memoirs Supplementary volume, Origin of.

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AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND SELECTED ESSAYS by Thomas Henry Huxley Note: The notes at the end of the book were originally referenced by page number. I have instead inserted numbers within the text in the format [xx] and cross-referenced these to the appropriate notes.—D.L. The Life and Letters of Thomas Huxley and Julian Huxley, ed., Thomas Henry Huxley's Diary of the Voyage of H.M.S.

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