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(178) 'An Examination into the Registered Speeds of -American Trotting Horses, with Remarks on their Value as Hereditary Data' (1898), 11400

(179) 'A Diagram of Heredity (illustrating the Ancestral Law)' (1898), IIIA 44-45

(180). 'The Distribution' of Prepotency' (in Trotting Horses) (1898), IIIA 98

(181) 'The Median Estimate' (1899), 11401

(182) 'A Geometric. Determination of the Median Value of a-System of Normal Variants, from Two of its Centiles' (1899), 11 402

(183) 'Linnaeus' Strawberry Cure for Gout' (1899), IIIA 124 '

(184) 'William Cotton Oswell, Hunter and Explorer'

(1900), Preface to, by Galton, 11 35

(185) 'Analytical Photography' (1900),11311-316 (186) 'Identification Offices in India and Egypt'

(1900), MA 157

(187) 'Souvenirs d'Egypte' (1900), IIIA 158, IIIB 455 (188) 'Biometry' (1901), IIIA 100 (189) 'On the Probability that the Son of a very

highly gifted Father will be no less gifted' (1901),

IIIA 102

.(190), `The possible Improvement of the Human

Breed under the existing Conditions of Law and

Sentiment' (1901), IIIA 226

(191) 'The most suitable Proportion between the

Values of First and Second Prizes' (1902), 11 411 (192) 'Finger-Print Evidence' (1902), MA 160 (193) `Pedigrees' (1903), IIIA 103

(194) 'Sir Edward Fry and Natural Selection' (1903),

IIIA 122

(195) 'Our National Physique-Prospects of the British. Race-Are we Degenerating?' (1903), MA 252

(196) 'Nomenclature and Tables of Kinship'. (1904), lIIA 105

(197) 'Average Number of Kinsfolk in each Degree' (1904), IIIA 107

(198) 'Distribution of Successes and of Natural Ability among the Kinsfolk of Fellows of the Royal Society' (1904), IIIA 108

(199) 'Number of Strokes of the Brush in a Picture' (1905), IIIA 125

(200) 'On Dr Faulds' "Guide to FingerPrint Identi

fication"' (1905), IIIA 147-148

(201) 'Eugenics, its Definition, Scope and Aims'

(1905), IIIA 262

(202) 'A Eugenic Investigation, Index to Achieve

ments of Near Kinsfolk of some of the Fellows of

the Royal Society' (1905), IIIA 266

(203) 'Restrictions in Marriage' (1905), IIIA 266 (204) 'Eugenics as a Factor in Religion' (1905),

IIIA 273

(205) 'Studies in National Eugenics' (1905), IIIA 274 (206) 'Cutting a Round Cake on Scientific Principles' (1906), 111A 124

(207) 'Measurement of Resemblance' (1906), II 329

333; reference to, IIIA 279

(208) 'The Measurement of Visual Resemblance'

(1906),11331

(209) 'Anhhropometry at Schools' (1906), 11 345 (210) 'Classification of Portraits' (1907), 11 325 (211) 'One Vote, one Value' (1907), 11400 (212) 'Grades and Deviates' (1907), 11 401 (213) 'Vox populi' (1907), 11 403

(214) 'Probability-the Foundation of Eugenics'

(1907), IIIA 317-321; quoted, 11415, IIIA 309 (215) 'Suggestion for improving the Literary Style

of Scientific Memoirs' (1908), IIIA 336 (216) 'Address on Eugenics' (1908), IIIA 346

(217) `Local Associations. #or promoting Eugenics'

(1908), IIIA 350

(218) `Sequestrated Church Property' (1909), 11410,

IIIA 367

(219) 'Segregation (of the Feeble-Minded)' (1909),

IIIA 365

(220) 'Numeralised Profiles for Classification and

Recognition' (1910), 11 326

(221) 'Eugenic Qualities of Primary Importance'

(1910), IIIA 401

(222) 'Note on the Effects of small and persistent

Influences' (1910), IIIA 403

(223) 'The Eugenic College of Kantsaywhere' (1910),

IIIA 411

Memories, blended, and general impressions, H 296

'Memories,' Galton's, MA 330, 333, 335, 339, 342, 343, 345, 346, 354, 355, IIIB 585-588, 613

Memory, inheritance of, II 151; physiological basis of, II 296; of form and number, tests for, II 359; of form in men and women, 11 376; a deceitful guide, 11367;. will and, 11241

Men, inequalities of, I 61, II 89-92, 121, 122, 135, 137,

IIIA-252; and women, sensitivity of, 11221, 222

Mendel, G., and Galton, born in same year, IIIA 335; Galton's appreciation of, IIIB 542

Mendeleef, Prof.; honour conferred on, 111B 4.94

Mendelians, and eye colour, . IIIA 36, 37, 324; and albinism, IIIA 388; on Galton's Ancestral Law, IIIA 41

Mendelian, and Law of Ancestral Inheritance, II 84, 1IIA 329 Galton's approach to, 11 190; some modifications in, IIIA 81; biometry and, IIIA 287,-288, 357, 358; bearded wheat and, IIIA 314; and white man and albino negress giving -mulattoes, lIIA 370

Mental, character-of Francis-Galton, 156-60, II 1, 4, 10, 233-236, 308, 317, 355 (see also Galton, Francis, mentality of); inheritance of, II 72, 75-77, 81, 82, 86-89, 126, 128, 135, 146, 174; and physiognomic character, II 231-233; and anthropometric characters, 11 229, 232, 233; resemblance of, in twins, 11 127; correlation of, with temperament, etc., 11229; source of, II 72, 73; of different races, II 31, 88,• of criminals, 11 230; measurement and classification of, 1 11229

Mental Capacity, tests for, II 272; of school children, and physique, IIIA 356

Mental Defect, in the general population, IIIA 365-367; plans for work on, IIIB 541, 542, 544

Mental Discomforts, weariness in Galton, 156,fatigue, signs and warning of, IIIB 478; overwork,

circular concerning, II 351, 352; and idiosyncrasy, 11'279

Mental Imagery, -in Dr Erasmus Darwin, II 196; in Charles Darwin, 1T 207; Galton and, 11236, 238; in scientists, 11237, 243; in different races, 11239, 240; in artists, etc., 11 243; in women, 11 242; accounts of, II 240; desirable power of, 11 241; and ability, 11 243

Mental Impressions, source of error in, 11296, 297

Mental Proces8e8, and imaginary smells, 11275, 276

Mental Types, distinguished by portraiture, 11301, 303

Menzie8, Mrs, Galton sees, in Cape Town, 1219

Menzies, Sir N. and Lady, hospitality of, 1168, 169

Mercier, C., on Eugenics, IIIA 259 -

Meredith, George, and London University, IIIA 289

Merrifield, C. W., and Galton's wave-machine, 11 52, 53

Merrifield, F., cooperates with Galton in breeding ex
periments on moths, IIIA 46, 47, 49, 130, 1IIB 484

Mesmerism, Galton's experiments in, 11 197

Melton, A. J., graphical representation of Galton's ancestral law by, IIIA 44

Metaphysicians, mental imagery in, 11 243


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