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Portmanteau words, IIIA 337

Portmore, Lord. See Colyear, Charles

Portraits, of the Darwin family, I 243, 244; indexing and numeralisation of, II 283, 323-328; telegraphy of, 11283, 309, 324; measure of resemblance between, 11 329-331; composite family, 11356. See individual names for reference to portraits of all members of Galton and Darwin families, except Francis Galton

Portraits of Francis Galton:

(1) Aged 8, silhouette, 163 Plate XXXIX

(2) Aged 18, from water-colour by Oakley, I 93

Plate XLVIII

(3) Aged c. 26, from a water-colour sketch, IIIB 456 Plate XLVII

(4) Aged c. 28, from a daguerreotype, 11 1 Plate I (5) Aged 30 (Y), from photographs on glass, I 211 Plate LV

(6) Aged 31, with Louisa Galton, from a photograph, 1241 Plate LX

(7) Aged 33, from a photograph, 11 2 Plate II

(8) Aged 38, from a photograph, IIIB 531 Plate IV (ii)

(9), Aged 38, from a photograph, 11 40 Plate VIII (10) Aged 42, from photographs, 11 67 Plate IX - (11) Aged 45(P), with Louisa Galton, I 242 Plate

LXI

(12) Aged 50, compared with Charles Darwin, aged 51,

from photographs, 156 Plate XXXVII

(13) Aged about 50, from a photograph, II 131

Plate XIII

(14) Aged 55, from a photograph, 11 11 Plate III (15) Aged 56, in holiday garb, from a photograph,

11 226 Plate XXII

(16) Aged 60, from the oil-painting by Graef, II 99

Plate XI

(17) Aged about 60, from Galton's standard photo

graphs of himself, 11 356 Plate XLIX

(18) Aged about 60, from photographs, II 211

Plate XXI

(19) Aged about 65, from a photograph, II 283 Plate XXVII

(20) Aged 65, silhouette, compared with that of age 8, 11 310

(21) Aged about 65, from a photograph, IIIB 472 Plate XLIX

(22) Aged 66, copper-engraving from 'Biometrika,'

IIIA Frontispiece

(23) Aged about 68, from a photograph, II 334

Plate XLVIII

(24) Aged 71, photographed in two aspects as

criminal by Bertillon, 11 383 Plate LII

(25) Aged 73, from a photograph, II Frontispiece (26) Aged about 74, from a photograph, II 270

Plate XXV

(27) Aged 75, from a photograph, 11 281 Plate XXVI (28) Aged about 75, from a photograph, IIIB Frontispiece

(29) Aged 75, in holiday garb, July at Royat,

IIIB 502 Plate LII

(30) Aged 80, from a photograph by Dew Smith,

IIIA 217 Plate XXXI

(31) Aged about 80, from a photograph, IIIA 249

Plate XXXII

(32) Aged about 80, a reverie `caught when the spirit

was not there,' IIIA 354 Plate XXXVII

(33) Aged 81, from the oil-painting by Furse,

I Frontispiece

(34) Aged 82, from a photograph, IIIA 259 Plate XXXIV

(35) Aged 83, from a photograph by W. F. R. Weldon, 11 332 Plate XLVII

(36) Aged 84, with his great-niece' Eva Biggs at

Bridge End, IIIB 576 Plate LVIII

(37) Aged 85, from a sketch by Eva Biggs, II viii (38) Aged 85, in donkey-chair, from a photograph,

11 415 Plate LIII

(39) Aged 87, with his biographer on the Stoep at

Fox Holm, IIIA 353 Plate XXXVI

(40) Aged 87, with the faithful Gill and Wee Ling on

the Stoep at Fox Holm, IIIA 390 Plate XXXVIII (41) Aged 88, from a sketch by Frank Carter,

II xi, tailpiece to `Contents'

(42) Aged 88, from a sketch by Frank Carter,

IIIA 432 Plate XL

(43) Aged 88, from a sketch by Eva Biggs, II 425

Plate LIV

(44) Aged 89 all but a month, from a photograph

taken after death, IIIA 433 Plate XLI

Portraiture, and photographic researches, II 283-333; used to distinguish racial and mental types, II 301, 303

Portugal Street, Galton living in, 11 11

Post-martens examination, Galton sees his first, 1100

Poulton, Prof. E. B., co-operation 4,11321; on Committee for Measurement of Plants and Animals, IIIA 126; on Evolution Committee, IIIA 290; calls attention in his translation of Weismann to Galton's ideas, IIIA 341

Practice and proficiency, 11372, 373

Prayer, nature of, II 115; efficacy of, II 115-117, 131, 250, 259, 260; subjective value of, II 117; effect of Galton's article on, II 175, 250, 258; Galton on, in letters to his nieces Millicent Lethbridge and Evelyne Biggs, IIIA 271, 272; chapter on, in 'Inquiries into Human Faculty,' IIIB 448,449, 471, 472; Galton's, on writing for publication, IIIB 449

Prediction, of character of population from knowledge of a small sample, II 179; of extinction of families, 11 360; of speed of fastest horse, 11 399; of fertility, from ages of parents, 11 408

Prepotency, and sports, IIIA 98, 99; in sires, IIIA 44, 99, 100; co-operation regarding observations on, IIIA 135

Price, Bartholomew, proposes that Hon. D.C.L. be conferred upon Galton at Oxford, IIIB 493, 494

Price, Bedford, pedigree from, IIIA 371

Price, Bonamy, and Wordsworth, IIIA 115

Pridham, Miss, helps ' with experimental breeding, IIIB 484

Priestley, Dr, and Samuel Galton, I 44, 45; house of, 151,62

Primates, finger-prints of, IIIA 143

`Primer of Statistics,' by W. P. and E. M. Elderton, IIIA 316, 317, 320, 363, 364, 376-379, 385, 386, IIIB 601

Primogeniture, and heredity, IIIA 405

Prince of Wales, plot to kidnap, IIIA 159; verses by Galton on birth of, 1167

'Principia botanica,' of Robert Waring Darwin, 115

Pritchard, Dr, physician to Tertius Galton, 1185

Prizeman, Galton, in Anatomy and Chemistry, I 119

Prizes, offered by Galton for family histories, II 359363, 370; method of proportioning first and second, 11 411-414

Probability, and Eugenics, IIIA 274, 320; the basis of knowledge, IIIA 314

Probable Error, Galton's determination of, IIIA 63

Procter, Mrs, meets Galton in Egypt, IIIB 519

Professorship of Eugenics, proposals and plans for, IIIA 224, 225, 300, 381-384, 437, 438

Professorship of Applied Statistics, proposals for, by Florence Nightingale, 11 414-424


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