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" How painfully (to me) true is your remark, that no one has hardly a right to examine the question of species who has not minutely described many. "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Page xv
1888
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 196

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1902
...This deserves the more careful study as Huxley himself never completely accepted it. No one, Darwin observes, has a 'right to ' examine the question of species who has not minutely ' described many.' J Huxley, on the other hand, said : ' Species work was always a burden to me,' and to the end of...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 37

Technology - 1890
...specialist, though odious as a systematist. . . . How painfully true is your remark that no one has hardly a right to examine the question of species who has not minutely described many 1 ... Certainly I nave felt it humiliating, discussing and doubting and examining, over and over again,...
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The life and letters of Charles Darwin: including an ..., Volume 1

Charles Darwin - Naturalists - 1887
...viz. judging of their credibility. How painfully (to me) true is your remark, that no one has hardly a right to examine the question of species who has not minutely described many. I was, however, pleased to hear from Owen (who is vehemently opposed to any mutability in species),...
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The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin: Including an ..., Volume 1

Charles Darwin - Naturalists - 1887
...viz. judging of their credibility. How painfully (to me) true is your remark, that no one has hardly a right to examine the question of species who has not minutely described many. I was, however, pleased to hear from Owen (who is vehemently opposed to any mutability in species),...
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The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin

Francis Darwin - 1887
...viz. judging of their credibility. How painfully (to me) true is your remark, that no one has hardly a right to examine the question of species who has not minutely described many. I was, however, pleased to hear from Owen (who is vehemently opposed to any mutability in species),...
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The Dial, Volume 8

Francis Fisher Browne - American literature - 1888
...speculatist, though odious as a systematist How painfully true is your remark, that no one has hardly a right to examine the question of species, who has not minutely described many Certainly I have felt it humiliating discussing and doubting and examining over and over again, when...
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Life, Journals and Correspondence of Rev. Manasseh Cutler, L.L.D.

William Parker Cutler, Julia P. - History - 1888 - 1019 pages
...viz. judging of their credibility. How painfully (to me) true is your remark, that no one has hardly a right to examine the question of species who has not minutely described many. I was, however, pleased to hear from Owen (who is vehemently opposed to any mutability in species),...
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Report of the annual meeting, Volume 58

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting, British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1889
...devoted eight or nine years to the systematic study of the Cirripedia. ' No one,' he himself tells us, ' has a right to examine the question of species who has not minutely described many.' And Mr. Huxley has pointed out, in the admirable memoir of Mr. Darwin which he has prepared for the...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 37

Technology - 1890
...specialist, though odious as a systematist. . . . How painfully true is your remark that no one has hardly a right to examine the question of species who has not minutely described many ! . . . Certainly I have felt it humiliating, discussing and doubting and examining, over and over...
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Charles Darwin: His Life Told in an Autobiographical Chapter, and ..., Volume 5

Charles Darwin - Naturalists - 1892 - 348 pages
...JD Hooker. Down [1849-50 ?]. .... How painfully (to me) true is your remark, that no one has hardly a right to examine the question of species who has not minutely described many. I was, however, pleased to hear from Owen (who is vehemently opposed to any mutability in species),...
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