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" etc., that I determined to collect, blindly, every sort of fact, which could bear in any way on what are species. ... At last, gleams of light have come, and I am almost convinced (quite contrary to the opinion that I started with) that species are not... "
From the Greeks to Darwin: an outline of the development of the evolution idea - Page 235
by Henry Fairfield Osborn - 1905 - 259 pages
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Studies scientific & social, Volume 1

Alfred Russel Wallace - Science - 1900
...feeling with regard to all theories of the evolution of species. In 1844 he wrote to Dr. Hookeró" At last, gleams of light have come, and I am almost convinced, that species are not (it is like confessing a murder) immutable." And again in 1845 to L. Jenynsó"...
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Studies Scientific & Social: By Alfred Russel Wallace ..., Volume 1

Alfred Russel Wallace - Science - 1900
...feeling with regard to all theories of the evolution of species. In 1844 he wrote to Dr. Hookeró" At last, gleams of light have come, and I am almost convinced, that species are not (it is like confessing a murder) immutable." And again in 1845 to L. Jenynsó"...
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Charles Darwin: His Life Told in an Autobiographical Chapter, and in a ...

Charles Darwin - Naturalists - 1902 - 348 pages
...the Galapagos organisms, &c. &c., and with the character of the American fossil mammifere, &c. &c., that I determined to collect blindly every sort of fact, which could bear any way on what are species. I have read heaps of agricultural and horticultural books, and have never...
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More Letters of Charles Darwin: A Record of His Work in a Series ..., Volume 1

Charles Darwin - 1903
...distribution of the Galapagos organisms, etc., and with the character of the American fossil mammifers, etc., that I determined to collect blindly every sort of fact which could bear any way on what are species. I have read heaps of agricultural and horticultural books, and have never...
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Footnotes to Evolution: A Series of Popular Addresses on the Evolution of Life

David Starr Jordan, Edwin Grant Conklin, Frank Mace McFarland, James Perrin Smith - Evolution - 1898 - 392 pages
...the distribution of the Galapagos organisms and with the character of the American fossil mammifers that I determined to collect blindly every sort of...fact which could bear in any way on what are species. I have read heaps of agricultural and horticultural books and have never ceased collecting facts. At...
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Putnam's Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly of Literature, Art and Life, Volume 2

Literature - 1907
...correspondence Darwin confided in him (Jan. n, 1844): "I am almost convinced (quite contrary to the opinion I started with) that species are not (it is like confessing a murder) immutable. . . I think I have found out (here 's presumption) the simple way by which species become exquisitely...
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Specimens of Letter-writing

Laura Emma Lockwood, Amy Ruth Kelly - Letter-writing - 1911 - 274 pages
...the Galapagos organisms, &c. &c., and with the character of the American fossil mammifers, &c. &c., that I determined to collect blindly every sort of fact, which could bear any way on what are species. I have read heaps of agricultural and horticultural books, and have never...
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Specimens of Letter-writing

Laura Emma Lockwood, Amy Ruth Kelly - Letter-writing - 1911 - 274 pages
...the Galapagos organisms, &c. &c., and with the character of the American fossil mammifers, &c. &c., that I determined to collect blindly every sort of fact, which could bear any way on what are species. I have read heaps of agricultural and horticultural books, and have never...
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The Dial, Volume 8

Waldo Ralph Browne, Scofield Thayer, Marianne Moore - Books - 1888
...the Galapagos organisms, etc., etc., and with the character of the American fossil mammifers, etc., etc., that I determined to collect blindly every sort...fact, which could bear in any way on what are species. I have read heaps of agricultural and horticultural books and have never ceased collecting facts. At...
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Autobiography and Selected Letters

Charles Darwin - Science - 1958 - 365 pages
...I have read heaps of agricultural and horticultural books, and have never ceased collecting facts. At last gleams of light have come, and I am almost convinced (quite contrary to the opinion I started with) that species are not (it is like confessing a murder) immutable. Heaven forfend me...
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