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Darwinian Institute, a' future possibility, IIIA 311 Data, storing of, IIIA 101

Davenport, C., as American editor of ' Biometrika,' IIIA 244; on Inheritance of Eye Colour, IIIA 376; letter of, to Galton, IIIB 613

Davey, Sir Horace, honour conferred on, IIIB 494

Davies, Llewelyn, meets Galton at Trinity College, IIIB 574

Day, Mr, marries Miss Parker, IIIB 462

Dead Sea, Galton proposes to navigate the, 1205 Deaf-mutes, speech of, 11192; pigmentation of membrane

of perilymph chamber in, IIIA 372

Deafness, of Galton, II 280, IIIA 276; aided by

imagination, II 308; apparatus for, IIIB 603-604;

Galton's sympathy for sufferers from, IIIB 584 Death, age at, of various classes, 11 116; statistics

regarding, MA 70, 71

Debenham, W. E., on Galton's composite portraits, 11293

Decaisne, J., names a South African hyacinth ' Galtonia H. candicans,' IIIB 533, 534

Degeneracy, effect of differential fertility on, MA 9;

a theory of, MA 372

Degenerate Stocks, social danger of, IIIA 373 Degeneration, of race, effect of conscription on, II 191, 192

Deity, Galton's conception of, 11 114

Demboa Lake, Galton determines to reach, 1220, 231 Demetrius Poliorcetes, composite portraits of, II 295,

11296 Plate XXXIX

Democracy, and evolution, II 385; and Eugenics, IIIA 348, 349

Democratic Judgment, trustworthiness of, 11 403-405 'Demographers, Galton's address to, IIIA 218 Demolins, 'Anglo-Saxons' of, IIIB 553

Delndy, 3Miss Mary, data of, on the feeble-minded,


Denison, E. B., and Galton, on ability and fertility of

judges and peers, 11 93

Derby, The, Galton at, with Herbert Spencer, IIIA 123,

124, IIIB 627; flush of excitement at, IIIA 124 Descent, on value of, II 84, 93, 364; diagram illustrating

scheme of, IIIA 230, 231

Desert, Galton's experiences of the, 1201-203 Desirables, and undesirables, IIIA 348

Deviation, from an average, and degrees of independence

in cattle, 1173. See also Variation, Standard Deviation Devil, Catholics and the, IIIA 432, 433

Dew-Smith, anthropometric instruments of, II 226;

photograph of Galton by, IIIA 217 Plate XXXI Diagram, of instrument for compounding six objects,

11 285; of camera, for composite portraiture, 11 289;

illustrating photographic reduction of circle to

ellipse, II 300; of 'absolute values at each rank,'

II 390; illustrating standard scheme of descent,

IIIA 230; illustrating graphical prodgss of finding

slope of regression line, IIIA 52

Diamandi, arithmetic of, 11275, 276

Diary, Galton's, of school days, 183-86; tiny diaries of

his late years, IIIB 618

Dice, suitability of, for verification of laws of frequency,

11 405

Dickinson, Lowes, portrait painter, IIIB 513

Dickson, J. D. H., and frequency surface, IIIA 12; and

mathematical analysis of Galton's problems, IIIA 12,

13

Diet, effect of, on stature of races, 11 210

Difference, just perceptible, II 307, 308; 'Greek girl,'

to illustrate, IIIA viii Extra Plate, facing Table of

Contents

Digital Defect, in twins, 11 181

Dinners, at Trinity College, Galton as undergraduate,

1844, complains of, 1182; in 1899, IIIB 513; in 1908,

IIIB 574

Diplodocus, Galton calls on the, IIIB 543, 544 Diplomas (or register), for eugenically fit young people,

11120, 121, IIIA 231, 232, 234, 241, 242, 388. See also

Certificates, ' Kantsaywhere'

Discontinuity, in statistical frequencies, 11 411-414; in

evolution, IIIA 31, 32, 79-82, 84-87,

Discoverers, plans for, 11 27; scientific, and statesmen,

!1 135

Discovery, geographical, 11 1, 2

Diseases, and piety, 11 101; liability to, and hair colour,

11354, 371; screening of liability to, 11360, 368, 369;

heredity of, IIIA 70-76; -Galton's schedules for,

IIIA 71-73; antagonistic, examples of, IflA 73 Disraeli, not as other men, IIIB 568

Dissolute Lives, effect of, on weight, IIIA 136, 137 Distance, photographic measurement of, 11 316-318 Distant Ancestry, appearance of traits from, 1184, 364 Divers, spectacles for, 1134

Divines, Galton on, 1199-103; of Middleton's Collection,

II 100, 101; fertility of, II 96, 101; parentage of,

11101, 102; marriages of, 11 101; sons of, 11 101-103,

137; moral oscillations of, 11 102; - health of, 11 101,

116; age at death of, 11101, 116

Dogs, hearing of, II 216; suggestion of,. for breeding

experiments, II 76; transmission of acquired habits= : _

in, II 147, 148; judge by smell, II 275; albino

Pekingese, IIIA 356, 357, 389; and a pair of new

trousers, IIIA 431

Dohrn, IIIA 290

Domestication, historical, 1170-72; Galton on, 1170-73;

258; suitable animals for, 1171; in Damaraland, 11

72-74

Dominance, and the Mendelian theory, IIIB 535 Donkeys, Galton's use of, and interest in, IIIB 515, 519,

589-591,593

Donovan, the phrenologist, on Galton's character, 1157 Dots, and continuous lines, II 308, 309. See also

Difference, just perceptible

Doubleday, work of, IIIB 577

Double-image Prism, for optical superimposition, 11 287 Dove, meteorological assistance of, 11 39

Down, Darwin's home at, as station for experimental

evolution, IIIA 133, 134, 287; a national possession,

IIIA 135; photograph of, 11134 Plate XIV; Darwin's

study at, 11 200 Plate XIX

Dowsing, IIIB 585

Drapers' Company, grants of, to Biometric Laboratory,

IIIA 368, 384

Drawing, in education, 11 155

Dreams, genesis of. II 247; do Candolle on, 11 205 Drowning, Galton's narrow escape from, 1116-118 Duddeston (or Dudson), home of Samuel Galton, 149,

50; visits to, 174, 76; sketches of, 148 Plates XXIX,

XXX

Duncan, on medical histories, 11 359

Duncan, Dr J. M., data of, on fertility, 11265 Dosing, C., work of, on sex-incidence, etc., 11 210 Dyer, Thiselton, on Committee for Measurement of

Plants and Animals, IIIA 127, 128, 290; resigns

from, IIIA 291; on experimental breeding, IIIA 130,

131, 287; on Galton's contribution to theory of

natural selection, IIIA 369


Ear, convolutions of, and identification, 11 306; syring

ing the, IIIB 464

Earle, Ann, and Galton ancestry, 117

Earle, Erasmus, 117; portrait of, 1246 Plate LXV Earle, Thomas, portrait of, 1246 Plate LXVI


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