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ILLUSTRATIONS TO VOLUME I

 

Frontispiece. Francis Galton in 1903. From a photograph by the author of

 
 

the unfinished picture by C. W. Furse at Claverdon.

 

PLATE

   

I.

II.

Facsimile of a Letter of Charles Darwin to Francis Galton on the publica

 

tion of the latter's Hereditary Genius, Dec. 23, 1869 between pp. 6 and 7

Facsimile of the Reply of Francis Galton to Charles Darwin's letter

III.

of Dec. 23, 1869 .   between pp. 6 and 7

to face page

Erasmus Darwin. From a print after a picture by Rawlinson of Derby

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IV.

Erasmus Darwin and his father, Dr Erasmus Darwin, at Chess. From

a silhouette at Claverdon in the possession of _ Mr W heler Galton .

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IV bis.

Elizabeth Darwin (nee Collier) and Dr Erasmus Darwin, Derby, 1800.

From silhouettes mounted on opal glass in the possession of their

great-granddaughter, Mrs T. J. A. Studdy

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V.

From the MS. Boyhood of Sir Francis Sacheverell Darwin in the

possession of Mr Darwin Wilmot. Mechanical Ferry designed by

Dr Erasmus Darwin for crossing from his house in Fell Street,

Derby, to his orchard. Francis S. Darwin as a child in the

boat, 1789

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VI.

Robert Darwin of Elston (1682-1754). Father of Erasmus Darwin

and great-grandfather of Charles Darwin and Francis Galton.

From a picture at Creskeld Hall by Richardson, 1717

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VI bis.

William Alvey Darwin (1726-1783). Brother of Erasmus Darwin.

From a photograph in the possession of Mr W. E. Darwin of the

picture at Creskeld Hall

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VI ter.

Robert Waring Darwin (1724-1816). Brother of Erasmus Darwin

and author of Principia Botanica, or Introduction to the Sexual

Botany of Linnaeus. From the picture at Creskeld Hall painted

by John Borridge, 1775

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VII.

Elizabeth Hill (1702-1797). Wife of Robert Darwin of Elston and

mother of Dr Erasmus Darwin. From a photograph of the

portrait at Creskeld Hall in the possession of Francis Darwin, Esq.

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VIII.

Robert Waring Darwin, F.R.S. (1766-1848). Father of Charles

Darwin. From a mezzotint of the painting in the possession of

Mr William E. Darwin. (The mezzotint was engraved before the

painting was cut down.)

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IX.

Susannah Wedgwood (1765-1817). Mrs Robert Waring Darwin,

mother of Charles Darwin. From a miniature in the possession

of Mr William E. Darwin .

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