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Pelly, Lady, IIIA 400, 433, IIIB 530, 587

Pember, E. H., delivers Galton's lecture' before Roy.

Soc. of Literature, IIIA 336 "

Penn, Margaret, married Thomas Freame, 132 Pensioners,' use of finger-prints of, MA 176 Peppard, biometricians at, IIIA 135, 279

Percentiles, Galton' s. method of, II 125, 236, 374-376,

381, 401-404; table of anthropometric, II 376. See

also Normal Curve and Ogive

Perception, delicacy of, under varying conditions, 11308 Peery, mathematical lectures of, at Cambridge, 1142, 153 Poery Sir E. Cooper, in the Temple with Karl Pearson,

IIIA 302

Perry Costs, F. H., takes finger-prints in Polperro-for Galton, IIIB 522-524; correspondence of, with Galton, IIIB 522-524, 616; colour faculty in son of, IIIB 616

Perseverance, heredity of, 11 151 Pertz, Miss, Galton meets, IIIB 513 Pet Animals, 11 70-72

Petit, Dr, attends Mrs Francis Galton, IIIB 502

Petrie, Flinders, Galton stays with in Egypt, IIIA 240, IIIB 515-517

Petworth, biometricians on holiday at, IIIA 322-326 Phantasmagoria, 11 244; in journalists, 11 256 Phidias, ability of, II 107

Philanthropy, views of, IIIA 402, 403. See also Charities Philistis, Queen of Sicily, portraits of, and composite, 11 296 Plate XLII

Phillimore, Sir W. and Lady, white ducks of, IIIA 360,

361; daughter of, killed in accident, IIIB-530' Phillips, Emma, Galton's appreciation of, IIIB 532 Phillips, Prof. J., retires from office of Secretary to

Brit. Assoc., ITTB 458

Phillips, Mary, marries Darwin Galton, IIIB'454

Phillips, Stephen, ' Nero' of, IIIB 572

Philosophers, and mental imagery, 11 240

Photographic Researches of Galton, and portraiture,

II 283-333; indexing of profiles, etc., II 298-311; method and study' of mental characters, II 297; for family records, importance of, II 302; reduction of circle to ellipse, II 299, 300; bi-projection, II 300; measurement of distance by, 11 316, 317; measurement of animals by, 11317, 318, 320-323; records of pedigree stock by, II 321; lecture on composite portraiture to Photographic Society, 11288

Photography, air plane, colour and stereoscopic, 11 29; Galton"turns to, II 229; composite, II 192, 204; Galton's first announcement on, II 229; composite, as method of measuring association of mental and physical characters, II 229; analytical, II 311-316; photograph of a smile, II 312; measurements by, 11 316-323; finger-prints and, IIIA 187, 196, 197

Phrenology, 1157, IIIB 577; Captain Noel's interest in,

- 1180

Phthia, Queen of Epirus, portraits of, and composite, 11 296 Plate XLII

Phthi8ical, diathesis and physiognomy, II 290-293, composite portrait representing the, 11 291 Plate XXXIV

Phthisis,,inheritance of, 11292, IIIA 73-76, 260, 326, 399

`Phylometry' and 'Biometry,' IIIB 500

Physical Characters, source of Galton's, 155, 56; of the Negro, 1131; inheritance of, II 76, 82, 135 (see also under Heredity); resemblance of, in twins, 11 127; psychological significance of, II 212; correlation of, 11 390; correlation of, with mental qualities, 11128, 229, 232, 388

Physical Efficiency, marks for, 11382,386-396, IIIB 480; measurement of, II 90, 336; ability and, II 94; intelligence and, 1177

Physical Overstrain, and mental overwork, 11351, 352 Physicists, mechanical aptitude in, 1'151

Physiognomic Characters, and mental -traits,11 231-233,

283; weight given to,11301 and phthisical tendency,

11291-293, 11 291 Plate XXXIV

Physiognomy, Charles Darwin on, 11 335'

Physique, correlation of, with ability,' 11 128; of the

British, 11336, IIIA 252, 253; of school children and

mental capacity, IIIA 356 -

Pictographs, of American Indians, 11411

Pictures, seen -with closed eyes, 11244, '247; visualised,

associated with words, 11243; signalling of, 11 280 Piety, and health, II 101; hereditary nature of, 11101,

103; and the sceptic, 11 102; and the sense of sin,

11102; and moral oscillations, 11 102; and instability

of disposition, 11 103

Pigmentation, and relative healthfulness, IIIB 476, 477 Pigments, internal and external, IIIA 372; in hair,

analysis of, IIIA 97, 98; painting of trees in, IIIA 97

Plates III, IV

Pigs, Galton's interest in, IIIA 390, 391

Pincushion Doll, legend regarding lady and doctor,

IIIB 553

Pinsent, Mrs Hume, on segregation of 'the feeble

minded, IIIA 374

Pitch, of musical note, measure of sensitivityto,11226,;227 Pitfalls, in experiments on theory of chance, 11405,406 Plague, and Sir Francis S. Darwin, 123 Planimeter, Amsler's, use of, II 144

Plants, laws of inheritance in, IIIA 251; in windy and

still air, IIIA 131-133

Plato, ability of, II 107; eugenic passages in works of,

IIIA 312

Playfair, Dr Lyon (afterwards Lord), Galton intro

duced to, at Liebig's laboratory, I 130; on Catholic

control and education, 11 139

Ploetz, A., interest of, in Eugenics, IIIA 388, 389;

'Rassen-Hygiene' of, MB 599; visits Galton,

IIIA 429, IIIB 606; letter of, to Galton, TUB 545, 546 Plymouth, Galton at, IIIA 296, 297-310, IIIB 579-581 Poem, of Dr Erasmus Darwin to Mrs Pole, 118 Plate XI;

of Galton on birth of Prince of Wales, 1167. See also

Verses, Epigram, Ardennes .

Poetry, and Science, MA 337, 338, 343; in educational

scheme, 11 155

Poets, Galton' on, II 99; fertility of, II 96, 99; and

expression of ideas, IIIA 337, 338

Pole, Mrs Chandos. See Collier, Elizabeth

Pole, W., on Roy. Sec. Committee on Colour-blindness,

11227 -

Pollaky, and finger-.print work, IIIB 590 PollockA pedigree of, MA 343, 345 Polperro, finger-prints from, IIIB' 522-524 Polydactyly, in siblings of twins, 11 129 Ponies, hearing of, 11 216

Poole, W. H., material on visualisation provided by,

11237,344

Poor-Law, effect of working of, II 417

Poppy, Shirley, work on inheritance in, IIIA 251, 279,

280, IIIB'515

Popular Lectures, difficulties of, IIIA 246, 247 Population, Galton on, II 335; error in treating

statistics of, II 147, 265, , 266; of distinguished

scientists in British- Isles, II 151; prediction of, from

measurement on small. sample, II 179; and Malthus'

conclusions, II 265; effect of town life on, II 123

126; stability of, MA 58, 61, 65; reproduction of a

stable, IIIA 28, 29; limitation of, IIIA 322; over

growth of, IIIA 218; sudden advances in, IIIA 426,

427; descent of qualities in, IIIA 229; from early and

late marriages, II 266


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