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" the innumerable species, genera, and families of organic beings with which the world is peopled have all descended, each within its own class or group, from common parents, and have all been modified in the course of descent. "
The Divine Pedigree of Man, Or, The Testimony of Evolution and Psychology to ... - Page 231
by Thomson Jay Hudson - 1899 - 379 pages
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American Journal of Science, Volume 79

Science - 1860
...which have remained the same since the creation of each species. Mr. Darwin, on the contrary, believes that ' the innumerable species, genera, and families of organic beings with which this world is peopled, have all descended, each within its own class or group, from common parents,...
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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: Or The Preservation ...

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1866 - 593 pages
...several classes of facts which have been considered in this chapter, seem to me to proclaim so plainly, that the innumerable species, genera, and families of organic beings, with which this world is peopled, have all descended, each within its own class or group, from common parents,...
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The antiquities of heraldry, collected from the literature, coins [&c.] of ...

William Smith Ellis - 1869
...proclaim so plainly that the innumerable species, genera, and families of organized beings with which this world is peopled, have all descended, each within...and have all been modified in the course of descent, that I should without hesitation adopt this view, even if it were unsupported by other facts or arguments."...
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Views of the Deity, traditional and scientific: a contribution to the study ...

James Samuelson - History - 1871 - 171 pages
...According to that writer a species of plant or animal is only a well-marked and permanent variety, and " the innumerable species, genera and families of organic...have all been modified in the course of descent."* They have in all probability been derived from "a few forms" or " one " into which " life with its...
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On the origin of species by means of natural selection ; or, The ...

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1875 - 458 pages
...so plainly, that the innumerable species, genera and families, with which tins world is peopled, are all descended, each within its own class or group,...and have all been modified in the course of descent, that I should without hesitation adopt this view, even if it were unsupported by other facts or arguments....
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Proceedings, Volume 9

Royal Institution of Great Britain - Science - 1882
...' Origin of Species,' as of all forms of the theory of evolution applied to biology, is " that tin innumerable species, genera, and families of organic...common parents, and have all been modified in the conree of descent."* And, in view of the facts of geology, it follows that all living animals and plants...
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The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: Or, The Preservation of ...

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1882 - 458 pages
...so plainly, that the innumerable species, genera and families, with which this world ia peopled, are all descended, each within its own class or group,...and have all been modified in the course of descent, that I should without hesitation adopt this view, even if it were unsupported by other facts or arguments....
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Collected papers, Volume 2

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1879
...doctrine of the "Origin of Species," as of all forms of the theory of evolution applied to biology, is ' ' that the innumerable species, genera and families of organic beings with which the world it peopled have all descended, each within its own class or group, from common parents, and have all...
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Darwiniana: essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution - 1894 - 475 pages
...doctrine of the " Origin of Species," as of all forms of the theory of evolution applied to biology, is " that the innumerable species, genera, and families...have all been modified in the course of descent." l 1 Origin of Species, ed. 1, p. 457. And, in view of the facts of geology, it follows that all living...
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