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Thu Oct 16 18:01:51 2014 UTClccn-n790954760.00Correspondence, 1851-18950.651.00Othniel Charles Marsh papers,61925547Leonard_Huxley_(writer)n 79095476327712Huxley, LeonardHuxley, Leonhardviaf-66511085Huxley, Thomas Henry1825-1895lccn-n50032455Carlyle, Jane Welsh1801-1866lccn-n50005591Scott, Robert Falcon1868-1912lccn-n79067862Browning, Elizabeth Barrett1806-1861lccn-n50027281Cook, Henrietta Barrett-1860lccn-no2005093996Terra Nova (Ship)lccn-n86843993Hooker, Joseph Dalton1817-1911lccn-n78095637Darwin, Charles1809-1882lccn-n50015519Wilson, Edward1872-1912lccn-n79045174Arnold, Matthew1822-1888Huxley, Leonard1860-1933BiographyRecords and correspondenceDiariesCriticism, interpretation, etcHuxley, Thomas Henry,EnglandNaturalistsGreat BritainOld ageCarlyle, Jane Welsh,AntarcticaBritish Antarctic ("Terra Nova") ExpeditionTerra Nova (Ship)Antarctica--South PoleCook, Henrietta Barrett,Cato maior de senectute (Cicero, Marcus Tullius)BiologistsDiscovery and exploration, BritishWomen intellectualsAuthors' spousesHooker, Joseph Dalton,BotanistsBrowning, Elizabeth Barrett,Poets, EnglishDarwin, Charles,Scott, Robert Falcon,EducationScienceTravelWilson, Edward,Latin literatureSmith, Elder, and CoSocial evolutionDiscoveries in geographyEnglish poetryChurch history--Primitive and early churchAuthors, EnglishWomen authorsEducation--PhilosophyLatin languageFriendshipCarlyle, Thomas,Scientific expeditionsPaul,--the Apostle, SaintApostlesChurch historyLaelius de amicitia (Cicero, Marcus Tullius)ScientistsOld age--PhilosophyEducation--Aims and objectivesBritish Antarctic Expedition (1898-1900)Huxley, Leonard,Flower, William Henry,Buffalo Bill,18601933188018871890189118951896189819001901190219031907190819091911191219131914191519161918191919201921192219231924192619271929193019311932193519461947194819511957196319661968196919701973197819792004200520062010201120125300180520574.069QH31.H9ocn000358129ocn000670560ocn000348645ocn000358758ocn002276814ocn004227629ocn009054552ocn003626207ocn000580448ocn008348435ocn008441476ocn422363044ocn833851990ocn156066566ocn759781401ocn759781404ocn721001403158080ocn000327676book19000.66Huxley, Thomas HenryLife and letters of Thomas Henry HuxleyBiographyRecords and correspondence"This book endeavours to give the public a picture of Thomas Henry Huxley, of his aims in the many struggles in which he was engaged, of his character and temperament, and the circumstances under which his various works were begun and completed. So far as possible, his letters, and extracts from them, are made to tell the story"--PreĢface62813ocn000358129book19240.59Carlyle, Jane WelshJane Welsh Carlyle: letters to her family, 1839-1863BiographyRecords and correspondence44717ocn000348645book19290.63Browning, Elizabeth BarrettElizabeth Barrett Browning: letters to her sister, 1846-1859Records and correspondence31810ocn000050457book19200.63Huxley, LeonardThomas Henry Huxley, a character sketchBiography3016ocn002706227book19180.79Hooker, Joseph DaltonLife and letters of Sir Joseph Dalton HookerBiography2693ocn001522514book19130.47Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition ... Vol. I. Being the Journals of Captain R.F. Scott, R.N., C.V.O. Vol II. Being the reports of the journeys and the scientific work undertaken by Dr. E.A. Wilson and the surviving members of the expedition, arranged by Leonard Huxley; with a preface by Sir Clements R. Markham ... With photogravure frontispieces, 6 original sketches in photogravure by Dr. E.A. Wilson, 18 coloured plates (16 from drawings by Dr. Wilson), 260 full page and smaller illustrations from photographs taken by Herbert C. Ponting and other members of the expedition, panoramas and mapsRobert Holmes presents "Scotts Last Expedition," an excerpt from the booklet "Historic Guide to Ross Island, Antarctica," which was originally published in 1971 by the Office of Polar Programs of the National Science Foundation. The excerpt highlights the second and final expedition led by English explorer Robert Falcon Scott (1868-1912). Scott perished during the return trip because of bad weather and a lack of food22811ocn000647699book19210.70Huxley, LeonardCharles DarwinThe biography of Charles Robert Darwin, who formulated the theory of evolution20520ocn002276814book19130.53Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition : in two volumesDiariesVol.1. being the journals of Captain R.F.Scott. Vol.II. being the reports of the journeys & the scientific work undertaken by Dr. E.A.Wilson and the surviving members of the expedition arranged by Leonard Huxley, with a preface by Sir Clements R. Markham Wit h photogravure frontispieces, 6 original sketches in photogravure by Dr. E.A.Wilson, 18 coloured plates ( 16 from drawings by Dr. Wi lson) 260 full-page and smaller illustrations, from photographs taken by Herbert G.Ponting, and other members of the expedition pan oramas and maps16715ocn004227629book19120.79Arnold, MatthewThoughts on education; chosen from the writings of Matthew Arnold1352ocn875139659file19110.86Huxley, Thomas HenryAphorisms and reflections from the works of T.H. Huxley9917ocn008348435book18870.74Cicero, Marcus TulliusCato Maior de senectuteCriticism, interpretation, etcThis is a complete critical edition of Cicero's Cato Maior de Senectute (On Old Age) with an introduction and commentary. The text is based on a fresh examination of the manuscript tradition while the introduction aims to place the work in the context of Cicero's writings on old age in the ancient world. The Roman and Ciceronian qualities of the work are emphasized, rather than the search for lost sources that occupied scholars in the past. Matters of text, language, and content are all considered equally in the commentary7821ocn033436683book19130.70Scott, Robert FalconScott's last expedition : in two volumes. Vol. I. Being the journals of Captain R.F. Scott, R.N., C.V.O. Vol. II. Being the reports of the journeys & the scientific work undertaken by Dr. E.A. Wilson and the surviving members of the expedition7311ocn794729884file19000.23Huxley, Thomas HenryLife and letters of Thomas Henry HuxleyBiography"This book endeavours to give the public a picture of Thomas Henry Huxley, of his aims in the many struggles in which he was engaged, of his character and temperament, and the circumstances under which his various works were begun and completed. So far as possible, his letters, and extracts from them, are made to tell the story"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved)5410ocn010820899book19230.82Huxley, LeonardThe house of Smith Elder452ocn010468038book19260.90Huxley, LeonardProgress and the unfit448ocn000564968book19240.53Carlyle, Jane WelshLetters to her family, 1839-1863423ocn010677375book19200.88Huxley, LeonardAnniversaries414ocn022124078book18950.79Hausrath, AdolfThe time of the Apostles4015ocn773666335book19000.21Huxley, Thomas HenryLife and letters of Thomas Henry HuxleyBiography"This book endeavours to give the public a picture of Thomas Henry Huxley, of his aims in the many struggles in which he was engaged, of his character and temperament, and the circumstances under which his various works were begun and completed. So far as possible, his letters, and extracts from them, are made to tell the story." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2011 APA, all rights reserved)368ocn002192260book19000.77Huxley, Thomas HenryLife and letters of Thomas Huxley, by his son, Leonard Huxley12ocn702205640mix1.00Marsh, Othniel CharlesOthniel Charles Marsh papersHistoryThe papers consist of correspondence, diaries, notebooks, school notes and other papers of O.C. Marsh, scientist and first professor of paleontology at Yale and in the United States. Of special interest is the rather extensive correspondence Marsh carried on with many prominent scientists of his time; included are letters from Charles Darwin, Leonard and Thomas Huxley, Simon Newcomb, and Benjamin Silliman Sr. and Jr. Also included are materials relating to Marsh's education at Andover, Yale and in Germany, family papers, and papers reflecting his involvement with the Cardiff Giant Hoax and the Red Cloud Controversy11ocn122540747mixHuxley, Thomas HenryThe letters are on a variety of topics, such as the age of man, evolution, education, natural history, science, geology, spiritualism, and vivisection. The most voluminous correspondence is with Sir James Thomas Knowles (30 letters) and with Huxley's daughter, Ethel Huxley Collier ("Babs") (44 items)Thu Oct 16 15:45:47 EDT 2014batch22825