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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTORY NOTE PREFACE -

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I. GENERAL REMARKS

II. NOTEWORTHINESS -

III. HIGHEST ORDER OF ABILITY

IV. PROPORTION OF NOTEWORTHIES TO THE GENERALITY V. NOTEWORTHINESS AS A STATISTICAL MEASURE OF ABILITY   -

VI. NOMENCLATURE OF KINSHIPS   -

VII. NUMBER OF KINSFOLK IN EACH DEGREE -   - VIII. NUMBER OF NOTEWORTHY KINSMEN IN EACH

DEGREE   -

IX. MARKED AND UNMARKED NOTEWORTHINESS X. CONCLUSIONS    

NOTEWORTHY FAMILIES

OF SIXTY-SIX F.R.S.'S WHO WERE LIVING IN 1904 -   1 APPENDIX

FATHERS OF SOME OF THE SIXTY-SIX F.R.S.'S CLASSIFIED BY THEIR OCCUPATIONS   -

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