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Camden Antiquarian Society, Galton becomes 'a member of, 1163

Camden Medal, Galton's poem in competition for, 1176 Camel, and gregarious instinct, 11173; incident with a, IIIB 575

Camera, Galton's, for enlarging finger-prints, IIIA 214,

215; panoramic, IIIB 520

Cameron, the African explorer, II 30

Cameron, Sir Ewen (great-great-great grandfather of

Galton), strength of, 130; portrait of, 127 Plate XXI Camp Life, models illustrative of arts of, 11 18; in

Egypt, at Flinders Petrie's settlement, IIIB 516, 517 Campbell, on generic image of 'man,' 1 11298

Campbell, Lord, at,Cambridge, I 141; letters to, from

Galton in Africa, 1224-226, 233, 234; on morality of

judges, 11 94, 95

Campbell, J. F., Galton's review of his 'On Frost and Fire,' 1 153

Canals, Samuel Galton's interest in, I 48. See also MA Vi

Cancer, proposals regarding, IIIA 72-73, IIIB 525 Candolle, A. de, and Galton, correspondence of, 11 131

149, 204-210, IIIB 474, 476-481, 483; his criticism of

Galton, II 145, 146; deficiency of method in, II 146,

147, 149; on inheritance of acquired characters,

11147, 148; on composite portraits, 11204; on dreams,

II, 205; on the Jews, II 209; on the effect of maternal .

impressions, II 209,210; on inheritance of eye-colour,

IIIA 34, 37; at age of 84, MB 483

Cape Town, and Table Mountain, model of, 11 34 Capri, Galton at, MA 256, 257

Cardiograph, and measure of emotional shook, 11 270 Careers, and natural dispositions, 11 258 Carlyle, heroes of, 1194

Carnac, old temples at, 1200

Carnegie Institution, IIIA 290 Carpenter, -on ocean currents, IIIB 461

Carpenter, Dr, on idiocy in children of drunkards,

II 148; on transmission of acquired characters, 11 148 Carpets, and asthma, IIIA 238

Carter, Brudenell, on Roy. Soc. Committee on Colour

blindness, II 227

Carter, Frank, to copy the Furse portrait of Galton,

IIIB 550, 551; visits Galton, IIIB 585; sketches of

Galton, aged 88, by, II iv, IIIA 432 Plate XL Caseo-Tostic Club, last meeting of, I 181 Plate LIV, Caste, among the gifted, II 120, 121 Castle, Prof., Karl Pearson criticises, IIIA 261 Casualties, minor, of Galton due to ' Eilwagen,' 196, 97 Catholic Church, Galton on the, IIIA 271; evils of policy

in the past, 11111, 112. See also Roman Catholics Cats, hearing of, 11 216; Galton on, 1MB 515

Cattle, of Damaraland, gregarious instincts in, 11 73, 74;

hearing of, 1 11216

Causation, and correlation, IIIA 315

Cave, Miss F. E., meteorological paper of, IIIA 282 Cayley, Prof., Senior Wrangler, I 164; Galton joins

reading party under, I 168; not the ideal teacher for

Galton, 1194; his size of head and stature of, 11 150 Celandines, Galton to collect, IIIA 251

Celibacy, evils of Catholic regulation of, 11111, 112; at

Oxford and Cambridge, II 266; customs regarding,

M A 269.

Centiles, table of, IIIA 303, 304. See also Percentiles, Ogive Curve

Cephalic index, values of, IIIA 54

Certificates, proposal for Eugenic, IIIA 272, 292-296.

See also ' Kantsaywhere'

Chamberlain, Joseph, never takes exercise, IIIB 569 Chameleon, brought from Egypt by Galton, IIIB 516 Chance, Galton's schoolfellow, 1160

Chances, paradox in theory of, 11405

Character, of Galton, early, 164, 67, IIIB 618; develop

ment of, I 112; Galton's stock-taking of, IIIB 581,

582; sources of physical and mental, 155, 56, 59, 60;

mental, compared with that of Darwin, I 57, 58;

compared with that of George Fox, II 122; of Galton,

later, II 60, 64, 65, 385, 396, IIIA 121, 239, 240, 262, 278,

279, IIIB 441-443, 446-449,486,618,619; independ

ence of, in scientists, 11 151; Galton on estimation of,

II 208; measurement of, II 209, 268-270; inheritance

of, 111269, 272; multiple factors of, 11269; correlation

of factorsin,II269; innate, of differentraces,II352, 353 Characterisation, of Galton by letters, IIIB 441-619 Characteristics, and talents of Darwin and Huxley,

II 178,179; of Herbert Spencer, IIIA 317, IIIB 626-628 Charities, and Eugenics, MA 234; evils of, MA 243,

274, 323, 348, 352; future reduction of, IIIA 273 Charterhouse, statistics from boys of, 11 237

Chau-tao-C hen, visits the Galton Laboratory, IIIA 385,

386

Chemistry, Galton studies, I 105, 109, 121; under

Liebig, 1126-130

Chemists, mechanical aptitude in, II 151; lack of

imagination in terminology, IIIA 337

Chepmell, Dr, advises Mrs Galton, 11111464, 473 Chess-players, blindfolded, II 252

Chesterton, G. K., on proposals of eugenists, 11 365,

IIIA 374

Childhood, and boyhood of Galton, 162-91; teaching in,

11 127

Childlessness, of the male in Galton's.anoestry, 121 Chimneys, their faults and remedies, IIIB 591

China, lessons from revolution in, IIIA 90 ; use of

fingerprints in, IIIA 146

Chinaman, Galton on the, 11 33, 85

Chinese, finger-prints of, II 195; identification of,

MA 175; honours among the, IIIA 265

'Chips from the Workshop,' Galton asks for, M A 300 Chree, Dr, and Kew Observatory, 11 60 Christian, the, and sense of sin, II 102

Christianity, Galton on, MB 582; and missionary

enterprise, 1 128, 32

Chronograph, designed by Galton, II 226, 227 Chumley, maid at Rutland Gate, IIIB 517, 519

Church, effect of the, on evolution, 11 111, 112; se

questration of property of, II 410, 411, MA 370,

IIIB 591

Church, on Roy. Soc. Committee on Colour-blindness,

11 227

Churchill, Col., Galton meets in Syria, 1203 Churchill, Mr, teaching of, 178

Churton, Dean of King's College, Cambridge, IIIA 345 Cinematograph, foreshadowed by Galton, II 284 Circle, photographic reduction of, to ellipse, II 300 Circular, issued by Galton regarding 'sports,' IRA 87.

See also Schedules

Circulation, Galton's definition of, 1 11164 Circumstances, and success, MA 111, 112, 116

Civic Worth,, propositions regarding, IIIA 227-229, 241,

242, IIIB 620-626; classification of, IIIA 351; and

differential fertility, IIIA 264; and caste, IIIA 352;

encouragement of, II 120, 121, MA 231-233, 242,

352, IIIB 609. See also Eugenics, ' Kantsaywhere' Civil Service, and marks for physical qualifications,

II 387, 388, 394; examinations for, IIIB 479-481, 483;

as tests of ability, IIIA 232; failure to demonstrate

the efficiency of the examinations, IIIA 232 Civilisation, rise and fall of, II 108, 109; influence of

Church on, II 111, 112; effect of differential fertility

on, II 112; best form of, 11 112, 113; evil of cen

tralising tendency of, II 118; and fertility, M A 264


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