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" The astonishment which I felt on first 555 seeing a party of Fuegians on a wild and broken shore will never be forgotten by me, for the reflection at once rushed into my mind- such were our ancestors. These men were absolutely naked and bedaubed with... "
The Descent of Man - Page 556
by Charles Darwin - 1986 - 409 pages
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Old and New, Volume 3

Edward Everett Hale - History - 1871
...end of the book, a less pleasing picture is presented to us. " The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Fuegians on a wild and broken shore...forgotten by me ; for the reflection at once rushed to my mind, — such were our ancestors. These men were absolutely naked, and bedaubed with paint;...
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, Volume 2

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1872
...can hardly be a doubt that we are descended from barbarians. The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Fuegians on a wild and broken shore...into my mind — such were our ancestors. These men wei*e absolutely naked and bedaubed with paint, their long hair was tangled, their mouths frothed with...
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The Descent of Man: And Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1874 - 688 pages
...descended from barbarians. The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Feugians on a vild and broken shore will never be forgotten by me, for...bedaubed with paint, their long hair was tangled, their moutlis frothed with cxcitelUL-nt, and their expression was wild, startled, and distrustful. They possessed...
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Darwinism tested by language

Frederic Bateman (sir.) - 1877
...Man," as ranking amongst the lowest barbarians.* Captain * 'The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Fuegians on a wild and broken shore...forgotten by me, for the reflection at once rushed into my mind-'-such were our ancestors. These men were absolutely naked and bedaubed with paint, their long...
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The Life and Work of Charles Darwin: A Lecture Delivered to the Leeds ...

Louis Compton Miall - 1883 - 62 pages
...inhabitants is at once vivid and pathetic. Darwin says :—" The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Fuegians on a wild and broken shore...forgotten by me, for the reflection at once rushed into my mind—such were our ancestors. These men were absolutely naked, and bedaubed with paint; their long...
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Life of Charles Darwin

Bettany, G. T. (George Thomas), John Parker Anderson - Evolution - 1887 - 175 pages
...takes his stand upon truth, as against likes and dislikes. "The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Fuegians on a wild and broken shore...distrustful. They possessed hardly any arts, and, like L wild animals, lived on what they could catch. They had no government, and were merciless to every...
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the descent of man and selection in relation to sex

charles darwin - 1890
...we are descended from barbarians. The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Eeugians on a wild and broken shore will never be forgotten by me, for the reflection at once rushed into my mind—such were our ancestors. These men were absolutely naked and bedaubed with paint, their long...
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Happiness from Thoughts and other Sermons

James Vila Blake - 1891
...suspicious, always in danger, always on the watch ; " Darwin writes '' The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Fuegians on a wild and broken shore will never be forgotten by me. * * * These men were absolutely naked and bedaubed with paint, their long hair was tangled, their mouths...
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The Religion of the Future: Or, Outlines of Spiritual Philosophy

Samuel Weil - Philosophy and religion - 1893 - 267 pages
...the natives of Tierra del Fuego, of whom Mr. Darwin says : " The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Fuegians on a wild and broken shore...their expression was wild, startled and distrustful." f From such a one to the angel or seraph is an enormous distance, but analogy from the lower or material...
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Darwin: His Work and Influence. A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of Christ's ...

Ernest Albert Parkyn - Biography & Autobiography - 1894 - 40 pages
...animal origin of man with the following eloquent passage: — "The astonishment which I felt on first seeing a party of Fuegians on a wild and broken shore...naked and bedaubed with paint, their long hair was entangled, their mouths frothed with excitement, and their expression was wild, startled, and distrustful....
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