Series 1H - Scientific and general correspondence: HAECKEL - HUTTON


Date Rangec. 1845 - c. 1895
ProvenanceHuxley, Thomas Henry
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1  Scientific and general correspondence c. 1845 - c. 1895


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Letter to T H Huxley from HAMILTON, (Sir) Edward Walter, KCVO (1847-1908), 15 July 1884
Sent from Downing Street, London

A Knighthood having been suggested for Professor William Dawson, Gladstone would like Huxley's opinion of his status in science

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.248
Date range 15 July 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.248 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 16 November 1862
Sent from Jena, Germany

His work on Radiolaria and other biological studies. [Reply to Huxley's letter of 28 October 1862, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 237]
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.168
Date range 16 November 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.168 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 7 May 1865
Sent from Jena, Germany

Thanks Huxley for Elements of Comparative Anatomy; Darwinism is now gaining ground in Germany; is working on Hydrozoa; wants to take part in exploring expedition; is working on Medusae; sends photograph. [Huxley dissuaded Haeckel from undertaking the journey, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 266]
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.170
Date range 7 May 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.170 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 11 November 1865
Sent from Jena, Germany

Will take Huxley's advice to renounce the expedition and remain in Europe; appointed Professor at Jena; is writing and lecturing on Darwinism
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.172
Date range 11 November 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.172 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 4 May 1866
Sent from Jena, Germany

Unable to accept invitation to England and British Association; his work on Evolution nearly finished but still growing
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.174
Date range 4 May 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.174 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), [January 1867]
Sent from [London]

Will be unable to come and visit Huxley as he is going to Darwin on Darwin's invitation
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.176
Date range January 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.176 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 12 May 1867
Sent from Jena, Germany

Has heard from Darwin [cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 68]; delighted with his visit to England and meeting with Huxley; he returned by way of Teneriffe where he made a rich harvest of marine animals [Results published in Eine Zoologische Excursion nach den Canarischen Inseln, Leipsic, 1867]; his book [Naturliche Schopfungsgeschichte is now finished; desires Huxley's candid opinion of it; German critics [Huxley's reply, 20 May, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 288]
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.177
Date range 12 May 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.177 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 28 June 1867
Sent from Jena, Germany

His engagement and plans for marriage; his Generelle Morphologie is being widely read in Germany. [Huxley's reply, 16 July, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 289]
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.181
Date range 28 June 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.181 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 27 January 1868
Sent from Jena, Germany

Accepts offer of Philosophical Transactions; is President of Medizinisch-naturwissenschaftliche Gessellschaft zu Jena; suggests exchange of publications; Huxley on classification of Birds; work on Siphonophora [published 1869]; Gegenbaur's 2nd edition; Dohrn was his pupil, but thinks him uncritical; is married. [This in reply to Huxley's letter of 21 January, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 302, part]
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.183
Date range 27 January 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.183 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 11 August 1868
Sent from Jena, Germany

Thanks Huxley for moving Royal Society to present Philosophical Transactions which has arrived; is publishing popular lectures on his Schopfungsgeschichte; has been awarded medal by Utrecht University for his Siphonophoren; is working on the descent of Man
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.187
Date range 11 August 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.187 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 21 September 1868
Sent from Jena, Germany

Asks Huxley to use his influence to get the Ray Society to publish a translation of his Generelle Morphologie; would make certain changes in the English edition; relation of Sponges to Coelenterata. [Huxley's reply 13 November, Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 305]
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.189
Date range 21 September 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.189 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 21 September 1868
Sent from Jena, Germany

[To Anton Dohrn]. On the proposed English translation of Generelle Morphologie; will shorten and simplify it
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.191
Date range 21 September 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.191 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 20 October 1868
Sent from Jena, Germany

On Bathybius and its affinities; the English edition of Generelle Morphologie; wants embryological material from Zoological Society
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.192
Date range 20 October 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.192 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 18 November 1868
Sent from Jena, Germany

Huxley's bad handwriting, could only be deciphered with Gegenbaur's help; specifies the abridgements and modifications for the English edition of his Generelle Morphologie
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.194
Date range 18 November 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.194 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 12 December 1868
Sent from Jena, Germany

Huxley has been appointed Honorary Foreign member of the Jena Medical and Natural History Society; is sending diploma and a letter of thanks to the Royal Society for the gift of Philosophical Transactions; death of August Schleicher at the age of 47
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.196
Date range 12 December 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.196 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 23 February 1869
Sent from Jena, Germany

Sends Volume 1 of Generelle Morphologie with the modifications for the English edition in detail; Young of Glasgow is ready to translate it
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.198
Date range 23 February 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.198 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 21 March 1869
Sent from Jena, Germany

Is working on histology of Sponges and Corals; wants material from English collections especially those used by Bowerbank for his monograph
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.200
Date range 21 March 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.200 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 24 November 1874
Sent from Jena, Germany

Appleton would like to see the Anthropogenie discussed by Huxley, and asks him to urge it
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.202
Date range 24 November 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.202 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 20 January 1875
Sent from Jena, Germany

Bad handwriting again; thanks Huxley for memoir on Amphioxus; Wilhelm Muller of Jena has been working for years on a monograph on Amphioxus, but keeps his results to himself; an American edition of Anthropogenie

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.204
Date range 20 January 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.204 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 28 December 1877
Sent from Jena, Germany

Is working on his monograph of Medusae; asks for specimens from English collections especially the types of Huxley's paper of 1849
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.206
Date range 28 December 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.206 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 30 August 1879
Sent from Perth, Scotland

Has been travelling in the North of Scotland; is about to visit Edinburgh and then London, to see Dr Gunther at the British Museum
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.208
Date range 30 August 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.208 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 21 June 1881
Sent from Jena, Germany

Is going to Ceylon; grant from the Humboldt Fund by Berlin Academy has been refused owing to opposition by the anti-Darwinists, notably Virchow; asks Huxley to procure grant from Royal Society and British Association; has also asked Darwin, Lubbock and Wyville Thomson. [See DARWIN, C, Nos 171, 172]
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.209
Date range 21 June 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.209 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 22 January 1893
Sent from Jena, Germany

Visited Edinburgh in September and saw Murray; his Challenger work finished after 12 years
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.211
Date range 22 January 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.211 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 30 November 1894
Sent from Jena, Germany

Sends English translation by Gilchrist of his Monism; had difficulty in finding an English publisher; a former pupil, Otto Hamann, brought a lawsuit which cost him a fine and legal charges; sends part i of his Systematische Phylogenie; thanks Huxley for 9 volumes of The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.213
Date range 30 November 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.213 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 6 June 1896
Sent from Jena, Germany

Has been ill; eulogy of Huxley
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.215
Date range 6 June 1896
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.215 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 6 June 1896
Sent from Jena, Germany

Will send Huxley's letters to him for Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley; they will be difficult to find amongst the 30,000 letters he has received in the last 40 years; could find them by the dates of his own letters
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.216
Date range 6 June 1896
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.216 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 13 July 1896
Sent from Jena, Germany

Thanks for sending dates
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.217
Date range 13 July 1896
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.217 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 31 January 1897
Sent from Jena, Germany

Out of a great mass of letters has selected 8 for publication
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.218
Date range 31 January 1897
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.218 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 6 August 1897
Sent from Jena, Germany

Sends 8 of Huxley's letters for use in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley; is starting on a trip to Russia
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.219
Date range 6 August 1897
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.219 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 23 August 1898
Sent from Cambridge

Is in England for International Zoological Congress; is staying in Cambridge with his former pupil Dr Gadow; hopes to visit her at Eastbourne

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.220
Date range 23 August 1898
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.220 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 27 August 1898
Sent from Savoy Hotel [London]

Regrets unable to visit; a telegram has made immediate return necessary

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.222
Date range 27 August 1898
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.222 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 4 April 1899
Sent from Jena, Germany

Sends German edition of his Cambridge speech which is fuller than the English version The Last Link, in which he pays tribute to Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.223
Date range 4 April 1899
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.223 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), 25 March 1914
Sent from Jena, Germany

Thanks for congratulations on his 80th birthday
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.225
Date range 25 March 1914
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.225 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), [1865]

Signed photograph of Haeckel

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.226
Date range 1865
Formats General Correspondence and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier 17.226 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), [1867]

Photograph of Haeckel and Miklucho-Maclay on the Canary Islands expedition

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.227
Date range 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.227 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAECKEL, Ernst (1834-1919), [1907]

Signed photograph of Haeckel in old age

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.228
Date range 1907
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.228 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HALBOISTER, Mlle M, 18 February 1894
Sent from Clevedon [Somerset]

Asks permission to translate The Natural Inequality of Men [Nineteenth Century Jan 1890; The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 290] into French for the Revue Internationale de Sociologie

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.229
Date range 18 February 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.229 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HALBOISTER, Mlle M, 24 February 1894
Sent from Clevedon [Somerset]

Thanks for granting permission to which the Editor [Knowles] has no objection. [End lost]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.231
Date range 24 February 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.231 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HALE, Horatio Emmons (1817-1896), 11 October 1886
Sent from Clinton, Ontario, Canada

His work on the South Seas used by Huxley in combating Crawfurd's Ethnological errors; evidence of linguistics and anatomy

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.232
Date range 11 October 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.232 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HALFORD, George Britton, 25 August 1892
Sent from Melbourne [Australia]

Sends copy of resolution by the Faculty congratulating Huxley on his nomination as Privy Councillor

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 32.35
Date range 25 August 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 32.35 Box Number 32 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HALFORD, George Britton, 19 October 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Huxley's acknowledgement and thanks
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.234
Date range 19 October 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.234 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HALLIBURTON, William Dobinson, FRS (1860-1931), 8 May 1878
Sent from Norwood [London]

A student's life at University College

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.236
Date range 8 May 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.236 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HALM, G, 26 August 1878
Sent from Louvain, Belgium

Congratulates Huxley on his honorary degree at Dublin; is continuing his physiological studies

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.240
Date range 26 August 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.240 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HAMES, George Henry, FRCS (Died 1909), 20 August 1889
Sent from Maloja, Switzerland

Thanks for the offer of starting his son Harry in medical practice
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.242
Date range 20 August 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.242 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HAMES, George Henry, FRCS (Died 1909), 25 June 1893
Sent from London

Opinion on health of Huxley and Mrs Huxley; the partnership with their son Harry is most successful

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.244
Date range 25 June 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.244 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HAMILTON, Edward, 5 February 1881
Sent from Grosvenor Gardens, London

Unable to accept invitation; hopes Huxley no longer disparages Gladstone

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.246
Date range 5 February 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.246 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HAMILTON, (Sir) Edward Walter, KCVO (1847-1908), [16 July 1884]
Sent from [London]

Huxley's opinion: the last remaining "Mosaic Geologist" [He was Knighted in 1884]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.249
Date range 16 July 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.249 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 11 April 1852
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Anatomy of the Cephalopoda; his theory of their affinities; the figures published by Owen and by Kolliker
[The long and important series of letters that follows deals with the anatomy of Mollusca and in great detail. Their contents are too technical to be adequately summarized]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.250
Date range 11 April 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.250 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 16 May 1852
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Thanks Huxley for sending results of Kolliker's researches; has sent a paper on the homologies of the Cephalopods to Annals and Magazine of Natural History; but his views differ from those of Huxley; long discussion on anatomy and embryology of the Cephalopods

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.252
Date range 16 May 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.252 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 4 June 1852
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Anatomy, embryology and affinities of the Mollusca

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.257
Date range 4 June 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.257 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 28 June 1852
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

An error of observation in Owen's memoir on the Nautilus; anatomy of the Cephalopods

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.261
Date range 28 June 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.261 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 15 August 1852
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Sends his paper on the nervous system of Ommastrephes; hopes it will assist in determining the homologies of the Mollusca; interpretation of the ganglions

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.265
Date range 15 August 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.265 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 15 November 1852
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Sends specimens for dissection; Huxley's work on Ascidians; nervous system of various Mollusca

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.267
Date range 15 November 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.267 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 28 March 1853
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Thanks for copy of Morphology of the Cephalous Mollusca [Phil Transactions 143, 29; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 152]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.269
Date range 28 March 1853
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.269 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 23 April 1854
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Anatomy of Terbratula [End lost]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.271
Date range 23 April 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.271 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 11 May 1854
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Anatomy of Lingula

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.273
Date range 11 May 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.273 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 8 September 1854
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Identifies a Nudibranch sent by Huxley as Antiopa cristata; would like living specimens to examine

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.275
Date range 8 September 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.275 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 13 March 1855
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Discussion of the Morphology of the Mollusca; is in general agreement with Huxley's vies; observations on particular points

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.277
Date range 13 March 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.277 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 7 April 1855
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Anatomical details of Mollusca; drawing and explanation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.280
Date range 7 April 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.280 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 27 September 1855
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Thanks for a specimen of Eolis, which was dead when received, but was able to make some use of it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.284
Date range 27 September 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.284 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 19 July 1856
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Anatomy of Brachiopoda

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.286
Date range 19 July 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.286 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 27 July 1856
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Thanks Huxley for sending specimens of Brachiopoda; anatomy of same

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.289
Date range 27 July 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.289 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 14 September 1856
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Anatomy of Mollusca

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.291
Date range 14 September 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.291 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 9 October 1856
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Same subject as 01613

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.295
Date range 9 October 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.295 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 26 October 1856
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Same subject as 01613 and 01614

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.298
Date range 26 October 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.298 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 25 March 1857
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

His paper nearly ready

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.301
Date range 25 March 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.301 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 18 April 1857
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Sends his paper on the Brachiopoda for communication to the Royal Society; disagrees with Vogt

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.303
Date range 18 April 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.303 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 13 May 1857
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Sends drawings for 3 plates to illustrate the paper, the total number of plates will not be less than 15

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.305
Date range 13 May 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.305 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 12 September 1857
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Unable to come to London; has 9 plates ready

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.307
Date range 12 September 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.307 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 7 November 1858
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Is highly honoured by the award [of a Royal Medal]; hopes it will not affect Alder's reputation, who is his senior; Alder's misfortunes; asks Huxley to give a testimonial to support an application to Lord Derby [for a Civil List Pension]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.309
Date range 7 November 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.309 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 8 November 1858
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Has had official notice of the award and a request to attend to receive it; is quite unable to come to London

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.311
Date range 8 November 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.311 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 18 November 1858
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Is unable to come to London to receive the medal; asks Huxley to accept it on his behalf and allow Dr Embleton to attend the meeting and bring the medal back with him

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.312
Date range 18 November 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.312 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 7 December 1858
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Thanks Huxley for receiving the medal on his behalf; would wish to follow Huxley's plan for his future researches, but cannot commit himself for a long period; intends to deal next with Lamelli-branchiata

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.314
Date range 7 December 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.314 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 12 August 1860
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Is working upon Cephalopods; difficulty of procuring specimens; details of structure

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.317
Date range 12 August 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.317 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 28 August 1860
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Thanks for paper on Nautilus [Journal of the Linnean Society of London - Zoology iii, 36; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 81]; discussion of its anatomy; Alder engaged on a Catalogue of Ascidians for the British Museum

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.320
Date range 28 August 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.320 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 7 September 1861
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Molluscan anatomy; thanks Huxley for offer to apply to Grants Committee for aid in procuring specimens

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.322
Date range 7 September 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.322 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 15 December 1869
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Working with Howse on a paper for Geological Society; a new Permian reptile; [Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London xxvi, 556]; invites Huxley to Newcastle

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.324
Date range 15 December 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.324 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 20 December 1869
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Pleased to hear of Huxley's coming visit; will have specimens ready for his inspection

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.327
Date range 20 December 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.327 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANCOCK, Albany (1806-1873), 24 June 1870
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Thanks Huxley for taking charge of the reptile paper, which can be read in abstract; differs somewhat from Huxley's conclusions

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.328
Date range 24 June 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.328 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HANAHRT, M & N (Lithographers), 26 November 1866
Sent from London

Sends proofs of plates for Huxley's paper in Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 180; see WRIGHT, E P, No 62]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 17.330
Date range 26 November 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 17.330 Box Number 17 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HARCOURT, Augustus George Vernon, FRS (1834-1919), 9 July 1899
Sent from Cowley, Oxford

An eye-witness's recollections of the encounter of Huxley and Bishop Wilberforce at Oxford in 1860 [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hookeri, 524n]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.1
Date range 9 July 1899
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.1 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), [1875]
Sent from London

In reply to Harcourt's request for Huxley's opinion on the total suppression of vivisection, states the view that it would arrest progress [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.3
Date range 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.3 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 23 December 1880
Sent from the Home Office, London

Offers to Huxley the Inspectorship of Fisheries vacant by the death of Frank Buckland

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.5
Date range 23 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.5 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 24 December 1880
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Huxley declines the proposal and states his reasons
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.7
Date range 24 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.7 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 25 December 1880
Sent from the Home Office, London

Regrets Huxley's decision and urges him to reconsider it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.11
Date range 25 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.11 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 10 January 1881
Sent from the Home Office, London

Asks Huxley to call at Home Office

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.15
Date range 10 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.15 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 24 January 1881
Sent from the Home Office, London

Understands from Gladstone that all arrangements have been made to enable Huxley to accept

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.16
Date range 24 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.16 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 26 January 1881
Sent from London

Will accept the position and thanks Harcourt personally
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.17
Date range 26 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.17 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 27 January 1881
Sent from the Home Office, London

Sets out details of salary, etc, and asks Huxley for official acceptance [Huxley was appointed 2 February 1881; see LIDDELL, V F O, No 1]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.18
Date range 27 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.18 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 23 March 1883
Sent from the Home Office, London

Encloses proposals for the opening of the Fisheries Exhibition [on 12 May]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.20
Date range 23 March 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.20 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), [25 March 1883]
Sent from London

Will do what is required of him, but dislikes public appearances; will reply for Commissioners to welcome to Prince of Wales [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 49]
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.21
Date range 25 March 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.21 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 28 April 1885
Sent from the Home Office, London

Wishes to call and discuss various matters

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.22
Date range 28 April 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.22 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 11 May 1885
Sent from London

Resigns Inspectorship of Fisheries
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.136
Date range 11 May 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.136 Box Number 30 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), 30 June 1894
Sent from Lyndhurst, Hampshire

Thanks Huxley for present of books [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley]; personal news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.24
Date range 30 June 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.24 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HARCOURT, (Sir) William George Granville Venables Vernon, PC, FRS (1827-1904), nd

The Natural History chair at Edinburgh [No indication of date, but after 1877]
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.26
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.26 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARDWICKE, Herbert Junius, MD, FRCS (Died 1921), 24 February 1893
Sent from Sheffield

Asks Huxley's opinion on a "spiritualistic" premonition of death

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.28
Date range 24 February 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.28 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARDY, Edward, Lieutenant Royal Navy (1810-1865), 12 June 1852
Sent from the Admiralty, London

Replies for the Hydrographer to Huxley's letter [see ADMIRALTY, No 7] and asks him to call and give a personal explanation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.30
Date range 12 June 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.30 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARE, Augustus John Cuthbert (1834-1903), 2 October 1879
Sent from St Leonards [?Sussex]

Proposal to a firm of publishers to take over the management of his books. [This letter has no connection with Huxley, and it is not known how it came to be among his papers]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.32
Date range 2 October 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.32 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARNACK, Adolf (1851-1930), 21 June 1892
Sent from Berlin

Thanks Huxley for book [probably Controverted Questions and admires the way in which he castigates his assailants
Written in German

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.34
Date range 21 June 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.34 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARPER, J O, 20 February 1857
Sent from Norwich

Cannot undertake to procure and mount anatomical specimens required by Huxley on recommendation of Gray, owing to pressure of other work

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.36
Date range 20 February 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.36 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARRIS, Frank (1856-1931), [February 1886]
Sent from Park Lane [London]

Wants an article on the Scientific Basis of Morality [Beginning lost]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.37
Date range February 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.37 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARRIS, Frank (1856-1931), 7 December 1886
Sent from Kensington, London

Lilly wishes to reply to Huxley's article [Science and Morals; The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ix, 117]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.38
Date range 7 December 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.38 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HARRIS, Henry, 16 June 1893
Sent from Eastbourne

Cannot agree to his proposal [to epitomise] Huxley's Physiography
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.40
Date range 16 June 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.40 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HARRIS, Henry, 25 July 1901
Sent from Lincoln

Sends the above letter (no 01653)

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.42
Date range 25 July 1901
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.42 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARRISON, Frederic (1831-1923), 21 April [1869]
Sent from Lincoln's Inn, London

Asks Huxley to join Committee of the Century Club

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.44
Date range 21 April 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.44 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARRISON, Frederic (1831-1923), 18 November [1869]
Sent from Lincoln's Inn, London

[To John Morley]. Begs him to answer Huxley that he is not angry with him and is a sincere admirer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.46
Date range 18 November 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.46 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARRISON, Frederic (1831-1923), 30 August [1876]
Sent from Lincoln's Inn, London

Introduces A R Cooper of Louisville and hopes Huxley may be able to see him on his American tour

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.48
Date range 30 August 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.48 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HARRISON, Frederic (1831-1923), 29 November 1880
Sent from Westbourne Terrace [London]

Owing to his wife's illness has been unable to visit at Huxley's house

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.50
Date range 29 November 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.50 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARRISON, Frederic (1831-1923), 8 July 1883
Sent from Westbourne Terrace [London]

Congratulates Huxley on his election as President of the Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.52
Date range 8 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.52 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HARRISON, Frederic (1831-1923), 28 March 1891
Sent from Eastbourne

Disclaims the implication of charges made against him in the Fortnightly Review [cfLife and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley] ii, 342
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.54
Date range 28 March 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.54 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARRISON, Frederic (1831-1923), 2 April 1891
Sent from Westbourne Terrace [London]

His explanation; feels that he has been badly treated by Knowles

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.56
Date range 2 April 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.56 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARRISON, Frederic (1831-1923), 5 June 1893
Sent from Haslemere, Surrey

Admiration of Huxley's Romanes Lecture

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.58
Date range 5 June 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.58 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HART, Ernest, MRCS (1836-1898), 15 April [1866]
Sent from Jermyn Street [London]

Indignantly denies Owen's statement that Huxley and his friends were responsible for the failure of Hart to be elected to the Athenaeum, and will take action to make the calumniator responsible

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.59
Date range 15 April 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.59 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HART, Ernest, MRCS (1836-1898), 20 April 1866
Sent from Jermyn Street [London]

Having had no reply, reaffirms as above (no 01663)

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.60
Date range 20 April 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.60 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HART, Ernest, MRCS (1836-1898), 21 April 1866
Sent from Wimpole Street [London]

Did not entertain the belief that Huxley or his friends did any hostile action to him; would much regret a scandal to be caused

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.61
Date range 21 April 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.61 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HART, Ernest, MRCS (1836-1898), 23 April 1866
Sent from Jermyn Street [London]

In deference to Hart's feelings will abstain from reporting to the Committee of the Athenaeum, although he considers such action would be justified
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.63
Date range 23 April 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.63 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARTE, Richard, [31 August 1870]
Sent from London

Sends a pamphlet on Aeronautics

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.64
Date range 31 August 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.64 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARTSHORNE, Henry (1823-1897), 8 December 1869
Sent from Haverford College, Penn, USA

Encloses a letter written by himself to a colleague containing a farrago of misunderstanding of Huxley's views and statements

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.67
Date range 8 December 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.67 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HARVEY, Alexander (1811-1889), 25 April 1873
Sent from Aberdeen

Long letter criticising the present system of medical education at Aberdeen and hopes that Huxley as Lord Rector will take the matter up

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.68
Date range 25 April 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.68 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HATTON, Joseph (1841-1907), 7 July 1883
Sent from London

Congratulates Huxley on election as President of the Royal Society; death of his son, who was a great admirer of Huxley and whose ambition it was to become a Fellow of the Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.74
Date range 7 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.74 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HATTON, Joseph (1841-1907), 7 May 1890
Sent from London

Refers to old correspondence relating to the Foundation of a Scholarship at the School of Mines in memory of his son, Frank Hatton; accuses Huxley of discourteous and insulting behaviour to him

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.76
Date range 7 May 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.76 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HATTON, Joseph (1841-1907), [19 May 1890]
Sent from London

Asks Hatton to send the letters complained of
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.76
Date range 19 May 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.76 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HATTON, Joseph (1841-1907), 20 May [1890]
Sent from London

Sends the letters; renewed accusations against Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.77
Date range 20 May 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.77 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HATTON, Joseph (1841-1907), 21 May 1890
Sent from London

Huxley's explanations; proves the accusations to be quite unfounded
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.78
Date range 21 May 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.78 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HATTON, Joseph (1841-1907), 24 May 1890
Sent from London

Expresses regret and apologizes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.79
Date range 24 May 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.79 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAWKINS, (Sir) Henry, 1st Baron Bramwell (1817-1907), 9 January 1891
Sent from Edenbridge [Kent]

Hopes Huxley will "dust the jacket" of the Duke of Argyll for his unbecoming attack upon him

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.80
Date range 9 January 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.80 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAWKSLEY, Thomas, FRS (1807-1893), 19 June 1869
Sent from Westminster, London

Introduces Robert Ashcroft [qv]; the bill for water supply at Preston alleged to interfere with salmon-breeding; Huxley's opinion to be asked

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.82
Date range 19 June 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.82 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAWTHORNE, Julian (1846-1934), 8 April 1881
Sent from London

A visit to Lord Beaconsfield

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.84
Date range 8 April 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.84 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAWTHORNE, Julian (1846-1934), 1881

Signed photograph

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.86
Date range 1881
Formats Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier 18.86 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HAY, (Sir) John Hay Drummond (1816-1893), [1872]
Sent from Half Moon Street [London]

Lady Hay unable to accept invitation through illness, but will bring his daughter, who much wishes to meet Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.87
Date range 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.87 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HAYDEN, Ferdinand Vandeveer (1829-1888), 20 December 1869
Sent from Washington, USA

Sends pamphlets and asks Huxley to notice them in his Presidential Address to the Geological Society; particulars of American Geological Survey publications

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.89
Date range 20 December 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.89 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HEALY, Tomothy (1855-1931), [14 July 1884]
Sent from [London]

Sends cutting relating to St Thomas's National School of which he is stated to be a committee man; asks for information [See SWANN, Rev H, Nos 1-3]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.90
Date range 14 July 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.90 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HEALY, Tomothy (1855-1931), 15 July [1884]
Sent from [London]

Huxley's name not returned to the [Education] Department as on the Committee

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.90
Date range 15 July 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.90 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HEATH, G P, [17 August 1851]
Sent from HMS Calliope, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

News from an old shipmate of HMS Rattlesnake [T H Huxley's Diary of the Voyage of HMS Rattlesnake 145, 152, 272]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.91
Date range 17 August 1851
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.91 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HEATH, G P, 31 January 1881
Sent from SS Norfolk, Plymouth [Devon]

Much regrets having to leave England without an opportunity of meeting again

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.95
Date range 31 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.95 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HEATHORN, Thomas B, 11 March 1881
Sent from London

His father expressed a wish that his watch should be given to Huxley's sons

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.97
Date range 11 March 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.97 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HEATHORN, Thomas B, [11 March 1881]
Sent from London

Declines the offer, as so many years have elapsed
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.98
Date range 11 March 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.98 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HEATHORN, Thomas B, 12 March 1881
Sent from London

Regrets, but acquiesces

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.99
Date range 12 March 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.99 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HECTOR, (Sir) James, MD, FRS (1834-1907), 13 June 1858
Sent from Fort Carlton, HBC

Is sending off specimens in spirit (list enclosed); expeditions into the interior; drawings of fishes enclosed

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.101
Date range 13 June 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.101 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HELM, William Henry (1860-1936), 23 November 1889
Sent from London

A "miracle" cure at Lowestoft

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.106
Date range 23 November 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.106 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HENREY, Arthur, FRS (1819-1859), 1 February 1853

Will call for a Hydrodictyon which he is anxious to see

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.108
Date range 1 February 1853
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.108 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HENREY, Arthur, FRS (1819-1859), 13 March 1857
Sent from London

Hooker, Henfrey, Busk, Carpenter and Huxley to dine before the Linnean Society meeting

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.109
Date range 13 March 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.109 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HENNESSY, Henry, FRS (1826-1901), 14 June 1894
Sent from Dublin

Recalls that Huxley, Tyndall and himself were all unsuccessful candidates at Toronto

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.110
Date range 14 June 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.110 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HENNESSY, (Sir) John Pope, 30 January 1877
Sent from London

Sends a specimen of Spirula from Barbados, and specimens of Ianthina frugilis; observations on their habits

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.112
Date range 30 January 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.112 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERBERT, Auberon Edward William Molyneaux, DCL (1838-1906), 20 July 1888
Sent from Dalmally [?Argyll]

Sends a protest concerning examinations; it has been signed by some Oxford professors and others; would be glad to have Huxley's signature

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.116
Date range 20 July 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.116 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERBERT, Auberon Edward William Molyneaux, DCL (1838-1906), [1888]

Sends the Protest revised and hopes Huxley will sign it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.118
Date range 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.118 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERBERT, Auberon Edward William Molyneaux, DCL (1838-1906), 29 November [1888]
Sent from Brighton, Sussex

Will call and bring papers for Huxley's inspection

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.120
Date range 29 November 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.120 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERBERT, Auberon Edward William Molyneaux, DCL (1838-1906), 17 December [1888]
Sent from Ringwood, Hampshire

Thanks for letter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.121
Date range 17 December 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.121 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERBERT, Auberon Edward William Molyneaux, DCL (1838-1906), 3 January [1890]
Sent from Ringwood, Hampshire

Regrets the breach between Huxley and Herbert Spencer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.123
Date range 3 January 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.123 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERBERT, Auberon Edward William Molyneaux, DCL (1838-1906), 1 February [1890]
Sent from Ringwood, Hampshire

Thanks for Huxley's frank treatment of what he has written (not specified) [Written on a printed circular announcing "A Proposed Liberty Paper"]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.124
Date range 1 February 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.124 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERBERT, Auberon Edward William Molyneaux, DCL (1838-1906), 17 February 1890
Sent from Ringwood, Hampshire

Thanks Huxley for reference to him in the Daily Telegraph

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.126
Date range 17 February 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.126 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HENSLOW, (Rev) John Stevens, FLS (1796-1861), 27 May 1856
Sent from Hitcham [Suffolk]

Good advice; candidates should show eagerness and not reticence

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.127
Date range 27 May 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.127 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HENSLOW, (Rev) John Stevens, FLS (1796-1861), 9 July 1857
Sent from Hitcham [?Suffolk]

Unable to attend meeting at short notice; the Cambridge Professorship

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.131
Date range 9 July 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.131 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HENSLOW, (Rev) John Stevens, FLS (1796-1861), 7 December 1858
Sent from Hitcham [?Suffolk]

Remarks on a memorial to Sir R I Murchison; his "autocratic aspirations" in a "Scientific Democracy"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.133
Date range 7 December 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.133 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERKLESS, William Robertson, 4 June 1884
Sent from Glasgow

Sends his pamphlet on Scottish University Reform

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.134
Date range 4 June 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.134 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERKOMER, (Sir) Hubert von, RA (1849-1914), 23 May 1890
Sent from Bushey, Hertfordshire

Biographies of Huxley and himself in Engel's "Handel to Halle"; misconduct by the editor

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.135
Date range 23 May 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.135 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERRIES, (Sir) Charles John (1815-1883), 28 October 1871
Sent from London

Thanks Huxley for his speech on payments to denominational schools; religious intolerance

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.137
Date range 28 October 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.137 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERSCHELL, Farrer, 1st Baron Herschell (1837-1899), 19 February 1887
Sent from London

Wishes to discuss the Imperial Institute

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.139
Date range 19 February 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.139 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 19 October 1877
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01710-01718 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 19 October 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 20 October 1877
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01709, 01711-01718 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 20 October 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 29 October 1877
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01709-01710, 01712-01718 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 29 October 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 6 November 1877
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01709-01711, 01713-01718 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 6 November 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 30 November 1877
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01709-01712, 01714-01718 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 30 November 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 10 December 1877
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01709-01713, 01715-01718 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 10 December 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 16 December 1877
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01709-01714, 01716-01718 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 16 December 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 23 February 1878
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01709-01715, 01717-01718 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 23 February 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 16 March 1878
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01709-01716 and 01718 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 16 March 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HERZFELD, S M, 24 December 1878
Sent from London

This letter and nos 01709-01717 is long and full of unctuous, servile flattery. Huxley, thinking the writer to be a man of science in distress, procured a considerable sum for him. The man was evidently a begging-letter writer and Huxley was just as obviously deceived; but he perceived the truth at last, for on the back of the last letter [01718] he notes: "Sharp letter, to warn him not to use my name". [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 482, and see STANLEY, A P, No 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.140-163
Date range 24 December 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.140-163 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HESS, Selmar (1847-1917), 12 July 1893
Sent from New York, USA

Regrets that Huxley declines to contribute a biography of his father to a series of biographies published by him

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.199
Date range 12 July 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.199 Box Number 30 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HESS, Selmar (1847-1917), [1893]
Sent from Eastbourne

Huxley asks the writer to explain what he means; he understood him to ask for his own autobiography for which he had neither time nor inclination
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.200
Date range 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.200 Box Number 30 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HEWETT, (Sir) Prescott Gardner, Bart, FRS (1812-1891), 4 February 1857
Sent from London

Thanks Huxley for present of wood-carving; has been unable to call owing to family bereavements

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.164
Date range 4 February 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.164 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HEWETT, (Sir) Prescott Gardner, Bart, FRS (1812-1891), 2 April 1884
Sent from Horsham [Sussex]

Announces that Huxley has been elected a member of The Club [See REEVE, H, Nos 1,2, and HOOKER, J D, No 255]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.166
Date range 2 April 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.166 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HIGGINSON, Thomas Wentworth (1823-1911), 23 June 1867
Sent from Newport, Rhode Island, USA

Physical characters of the American negroes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.167
Date range 23 June 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.167 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HIGHLEY, Samuel, Junior, 26 October 1883
Sent from Fleet Street, London

Wishes Busk to write a book on Human Histology, and Huxley on the application of the microscope to animal anatomy and physiology

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.169
Date range 26 October 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.169 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HINE, Henry George (1811-1895), 14 April 1870
Sent from Haverstock Hill, London

Hopes to meet Huxley at the private view [of the Royal Academy] but Mrs Huxley can use his ticket if unable to come

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.171
Date range 14 April 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.171 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HIRST, Thomas Archer, FRS (1830-1892), 20 June 1872
Sent from the Royal Society, London

Announces unanimous election of Huxley by Council of the Royal Society as one of the Secretaries

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.173
Date range 20 June 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.173 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HIRST, Thomas Archer, FRS (1830-1892), 9 December 1872
Sent from the University of London

His appointment as Director [of Naval Studies at Royal Naval College, Greenwich] is virtually settled, and thanks Huxley and Spottiswoode for their interest in his favour [cf GOSCHEN, Nos 1, 2, and Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 389]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.174
Date range 9 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.174 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HIRST, Thomas Archer, FRS (1830-1892), 3 November 1883
Sent from London

Eulogy of Spottiswoode

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.176
Date range 3 November 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.176 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HIRST, Thomas Archer, FRS (1830-1892), 9 May 1886
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Will attend meeting of X Club

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.177
Date range 9 May 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.177 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HIRST, Thomas Archer, FRS (1830-1892), 21 June 1888
Sent from London

Wishes Huxley a beneficial rest in Switzerland; has heard nothing from Tyndall and Spencer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.179
Date range 21 June 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.179 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HIRST, Thomas Archer, FRS (1830-1892), 9 November 1888
Sent from London

Congratulates Huxley on award of Copley Medal; his own health improving; Herbert Spencer's illness

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.181
Date range 9 November 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.181 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HIRST, Thomas Archer, FRS (1830-1892), 20 January 1891
Sent from London

Thanks for Social Diseases; asks Huxley's support for Thorpe at the Athenaeum; Tyndall's illness

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.183
Date range 20 January 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.183 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOBART, Vere Henry, Baron Hobart (1818-1875), 19 September [1864]
Sent from Eaton Place, London

Sends letter from General Chesney to Huxley as one of the Fishery Commissioners; comments on Man's Place in Nature

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.184
Date range 19 September 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.184 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOBHOUSE, Arthur, 1st Baron (1819-1904), 10 May 1870
Sent from Endowed Schools Commission, London

Science teaching; methods to be left to schoolmasters; sends a draft scheme

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.186
Date range 10 May 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.186 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOBHOUSE, Arthur, 1st Baron (1819-1904), 25 July 1871
Sent from Devonshire Place, London

Considers the School Board inflicts great sacrifices on Huxley and offers financial assistance

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.188
Date range 25 July 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.188 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOBHOUSE, Arthur, 1st Baron (1819-1904), 29 July 1871
Sent from Endowed Schools Commission, London

Thanks Huxley for his letter and understands his motives for declining his offer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.191
Date range 29 July 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.191 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOBHOUSE, Arthur, 1st Baron (1819-1904), 15 November 1871
Sent from Endowed Schools Commission, London

Dissenters and churchmen making the Education Scheme a political issue; suggested action by School Board and Commissioners

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.192
Date range 15 November 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.192 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOBHOUSE, Arthur, 1st Baron (1819-1904), 24 November 1871
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Urges School Board to give early attention to their educational scheme

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.196
Date range 24 November 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.196 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOBHOUSE, Arthur, 1st Baron (1819-1904), 15 February 1889
Sent from Privy Council Office, London

Unable to attend wedding of Huxley's daughter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.197
Date range 15 February 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.197 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOBHOUSE, (Sir) Charles Edward Henry, 4th Bt (1862-1941), 28 October 1892
Sent from Colonial Office, London

Booth's "Darkest England" scheme

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.198
Date range 28 October 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.198 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOBHOUSE, (Sir) Charles Edward Henry, 4th Bt (1862-1941), [30 October 1892]
Sent from [Eastbourne]

Refers to his pamphlet Social Diseases; objects to Booth's scheme as socially and politically dangerous, and that there is no legal security for the proper use of its funds

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.199
Date range 30 October 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.199 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOBHOUSE, (Sir) Charles Edward Henry, 4th Bt (1862-1941), 2 November 1892
Sent from London

Acknowledgement of Huxley's letter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.200
Date range 2 November 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.200 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HODGKINSON, William Richard Caton (1851-1935), [21 January 1884]
Sent from London

Repudiates a circular issued by Joseph Hatton in his and Huxley's name about a scholarship [See HATTON, J, Nos 2-6]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.270
Date range 21 January 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.270 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HODGSON, William Ballantyne, LLD (1815-1880), 3 November 1866
Sent from St John's Wood, London

Expresses disgust at Hunt's attack on Huxley; sends subscription to Jamaica committee; encloses extract of Hunt's speech

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.201
Date range 3 November 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.201 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HODGSON, William Ballantyne, LLD (1815-1880), 25 June 1868
Sent from St John's Wood, London

Asks Huxley to attend a committee meeting [of some educational body]; hopes Tyndall will also attend; Dr Schmitz on teaching of Classics

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.204
Date range 25 June 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.204 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOENSTER, Rudolf, 13 March 1892
Sent from Schaffhausen, Switzerland

Excavations in a rock-shelter near Schaffhausen; human and animal remains discovered

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.206
Date range 13 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.206 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOFMANN, August Wilhelm von (1818-1892), 20 June 1857
Sent from Royal College of Chemistry, London

Sends letter representing the views of Chemists, and asks Huxley to sign it [To whom, not stated]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.208
Date range 20 June 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.208 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOFMEISTER, Wilhelm Friedrich Benedict (1824-1877), 29 May 1866
Sent from Heidelberg, Germany

Regrets unable to accept Huxley's invitation [to British Association at Nottingham]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.209
Date range 29 May 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.209 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOLLAND, F Catesby, 27 September 1892
Sent from Leatherhead, Surrey

Appreciation of Essays on Controverted Questions; thinks a society should be formed to further Huxley's views

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.210
Date range 27 September 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.210 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOLYOAKE, George Jacob (1817-1906), 21 June 1871
Sent from London

Arbitrary treatment of the Press by the British Association

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.211
Date range 21 June 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.211 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOLYOAKE, George Jacob (1817-1906), 25 October 1875
Sent from London

Sends his book [History of Co-operation in England, 1875]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.213
Date range 25 October 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.213 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOLYOAKE, George Jacob (1817-1906), 6 December 1885
Sent from Brighton, Sussex

A visit from Herbert Spencer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.215
Date range 6 December 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.215 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOLYOAKE, George Jacob (1817-1906), 20 April 1887
Sent from Brighton, Sussex

Appreciation of Huxley's Science and Pseudo-Science [Nineteenth Century April 1887; The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley v, 90] and the castigation of the Duke of Argyll

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.216
Date range 20 April 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.216 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOLYOAKE, George Jacob (1817-1906), 26 March 1891
Sent from Brighton, Sussex

Has been to Anniversary meeting at Leicester Secular Hall, and appreciates Huxley's support

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.218
Date range 26 March 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.218 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOLYOAKE, George Jacob (1817-1906), [1895]
Sent from Brighton, Sussex

His admiration for Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.220
Date range 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.220 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOLYOAKE, George Jacob (1817-1906), [1896]
Sent from Brighton, Sussex

[5th page of a letter, the first 4 of which are missing]. His association with Huxley; will lend any of his letters

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.222
Date range 1896
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.222 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOLZMANN, (Sir) Maurice, GCVO (1835-1909), 9 March 1882
Sent from Marlborough House, London

Will present Huxley's essays to Princess of Wales; the elephant "Jumbo"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.223
Date range 9 March 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.223 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [26 January 1853]
Sent from London

Congratulations on birth of his son [William Henslow Hooker born 24 January]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.286
Date range 26 January 1853
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.286 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1 August 1854]
Sent from Hitcham [?Suffolk]

Congratulates Huxley on his appointment [cf The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 109]; about to move to Richmond

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.3
Date range 1 August 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.3 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [12 September 1854]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Death of [John Ellerton] Stocks; has been offered examinership [for HEI Co, cf Life and Letters of Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 386]; Braun's Rejuvenescence "German rubbish"; Ray Society ill-advised to publish translations of such works [Life and Letters of Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 425]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.9
Date range 12 September 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.9 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [September 1854]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Corrections to his paper [in Philosophical Transactions, 1854, 259]; appointed examiner to HEI Co; his views on examinations [Life and Letters of Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 385]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.1
Date range September 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.1 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [October 1854]
Sent from Richmond, Surrey

Bell's efforts to vivify the Linnean Society; his timidity; asks for Huxley's and Bentham's co-operation; details of and objections to Bell's schemes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.5
Date range October 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.5 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 November 1854
Sent from [London]

Congratulations on award of Royal Medal; delicacy of his position in regard to Forbes's claim [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 110]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.7
Date range 6 November 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.7 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 November 1854
Sent from Richmond, Surrey

Thanks for congratulations; did not wish to compete with Forbes, whose claim he thinks greater than his own [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 416]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.13
Date range 7 November 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.13 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [19 November 1854]
Sent from [London]

Death of Edward Forbes [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 116, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.1
Date range 19 November 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.1 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [24 November 1854]
Sent from [London]

Details of Forbes's illness; proposes subscription for a memorial [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 116]; suggested that he (Huxley) should succeed him at Edinburgh [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 117, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.4
Date range 24 November 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.4 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 December [1854]
Sent from [London]

Specimens sent belong to Rev G N Smith of Gumpeston, near Tenby, who has no objection to their being exhibited
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.198
Date range 16 December 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.198 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [May 1855]
Sent from [London]

Reunion with his future wife and her parents [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 128, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.10
Date range May 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.10 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [May 1855]
Sent from [Richmond], Surrey

Congratulations on his reunion; Busk and Tyndall elected [to Philosophical Club]; Hamilton's presidential address to Geological Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.15
Date range May 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.15 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 May 1855
Sent from [Richmond], Surrey

Huxley elected to Philosophical Club

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.30
Date range 11 May 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.30 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 May 1855
Sent from Richmond, Surrey

[From Mrs Hooker]. Her husband appointed Assistant to his father at Kew

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.30
Date range 11 May 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.30 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 June [1855]
Sent from London

Criticism of Braun's [Rejuvenescence] [cfLife and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 425]; asks Joseph Hooker to be one of the trustees of the Forbes Memorial Fund; Lough's bust of Forbes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.12
Date range 7 June 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.12 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [8 June 1855]
Sent from [Richmond], Surrey

Agrees to be a Forbes trustee; opinion of Braun's work

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.16
Date range 8 June 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.16 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 July [1855]
Sent from London

Thanks for gift of Flora Iudica; invitation to his wedding [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 128]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.14
Date range 6 July 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.14 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 August [1855]
Sent from Tenby, South Wales

The submerged forest of Amroth; his honeymoon trip [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 129]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.16
Date range 16 August 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.16 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [October 1855]
Sent from [Richmond], Surrey

Sends list of Committee of Athenaeum; Bell's Linnean Society, reforms rejected through obstructiveness of Robert Brown [cf History of the Linnean Society of London 49]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.18
Date range October 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.18 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [October 1855]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has received present from Herbert Spencer of his Principles of Psychology; as Spencer is a stranger to him, asks how he shall address him

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.20
Date range October 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.20 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 November [1855]
Sent from London

Distress of Mrs MacGillivray (wife of John MacGillivray, naturalist of the Rattlesnake); is trying to get her a passage to Australia with her children [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 232]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.196
Date range 17 November 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.196 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [19 November 1855]
Sent from London

Thanks for help towards the 50 he hopes to raise for Mrs MacGillivray [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 233, where it is wrongly dated 1861; see GRAY, J, No 1]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.110
Date range 19 November 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.110 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [31 March 1856]
Sent from [London]

Latham and Carpenter candidates for Registrarship of London University
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.21
Date range 31 March 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.21 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1 April 1856]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has asked Henslow's support for Latham not knowing that Carpenter had applied; has asked Henslow not to be influenced by his former application

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.21
Date range 1 April 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.21 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [4 April 1856]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Henslow unable to speak at Cheltenham [British Association]; teaching of Natural Science demands co-operation of zoologists and botanists; his ideas of a progressive scientific association [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 368, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.23
Date range 4 April 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.23 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [April 1856]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Henslow will make no promises as to whom he will support for Registrar of London University

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.26
Date range April 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.26 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 September 1856
Sent from Berne, Switzerland

His travels in Switzerland [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 145]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.19
Date range 8 September 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.19 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [2 April 1857]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The Imperialis Academia Coes Nat Cur wish to propose Huxley as Honorary Member and require particulars which he has been asked to obtain; has been reading Herbert Spencer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.33
Date range 2 April 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.33 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 April 1857
Sent from London

Sends particulars of himself for the Imperialis Academia [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 149]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.23
Date range 3 April 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.23 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [7 June 1857]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Dr Andrew Sinclair; a specimen of Nautilus

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.31
Date range 7 June 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.31 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 August 1857
Sent from Chamonix, France

His Alpine journey [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 145]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.25
Date range 16 August 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.25 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 November 1857
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Is promoting the cause of Lindley for Royal Medal this year and of [Albany] Hancock next year; their respective supporters

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.34
Date range 3 November 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.34 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1857]
Sent from London

Specimens sent by Colonel Benson identified as Distoma
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.27
Date range 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.27 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [26 January 1858]
Sent from [Kew], Surrey

Huxley's election to Athenaeum; asks for his help in the election of various candidates; his criticism on a lecture by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.28
Date range 26 January 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.28 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 January 1858
Sent from London

Has paid his dues to Athenaeum; his attitude to criticism; embryonic tissues in plants [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 157, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.29
Date range 30 January 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.29 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 April 1858
Sent from London

Scheme for scientific articles in Saturday Review; suggested contributors; invites Joseph Hooker's co-operation [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 139; Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 412]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.33
Date range 20 April 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.33 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [21 April 1858]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Unable to undertake reviews in Saturday Review [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 412]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.68
Date range 21 April 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.68 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [4 June 1858]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Supported Williams at the Royal Society election; list of Fellows elected

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.241
Date range 4 June 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.241 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 June [1858]
Sent from London

Owen; the British Museum collections
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.153
Date range 18 June 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.153 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 June 1858
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Proposed transfer of British Museum natural history collections to South Kensington; various persons and their influence in the matter; attitude of Parliament; his views of a compromise [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 380, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.36
Date range 18 June 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.36 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [July 1858]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Sends specimens of insect pests on plants

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.70
Date range July 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.70 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [17 July 1858]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Enquires about a book on fish-ponds; sends ferns; cell-development

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.39
Date range 17 July 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.39 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 5 September 1858
Sent from Broadstairs, Kent

Wallace's impetus to Darwin; J E Gray "a zoological whirlwind"; has finished Oceanic Hydrozoa and is working on Croonian Lecture; the British Museum collections [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 159]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.35
Date range 5 September 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.35 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [8 January 1861]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Bentham bringing the case of Mrs Henfrey before the Council of the Linnean Society; the Ethnological and Anthropological Societies

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.85
Date range 8 January 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.85 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [19 September 1858]
Sent from Broadstairs, Kent

Joseph Hooker's notice of Robert Brown in Gardener's Chronicle [1856, 493, 701]; the British Museum
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.61
Date range 19 September 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.61 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [September 1858]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Considers British Museum Herbarium superfluous and that it should be transferred to Kew; thinks British Museum should only illustrate plant-life; his views of respective functions of British Museum and Kew; suggests a meeting of naturalists to lay their views before the Trustees [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 380]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.49
Date range September 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.49 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [October 1858]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The draft memorial as to the British Museum collections; the Ralfs Fund; Government liberality to Kew; is enlisting Lyell's interest in the British Museum question

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.43
Date range October 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.43 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 October 1858
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The memorial to be sent to Darwin [see DARWIN, C R, Nos 27, 28]; his father has seen Lord Russell; Owen was present and both favoured removal of British Museum Botany Department to Kew

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.41
Date range 28 October 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.41 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 November 1858
Sent from Kew, Surrey

[To Sir R I Murchison]. Explanation and qualification of the Memorial on the British Museum collections, enclosing memorandum of comments of the memorialists on the statements of the Trustees' Sub-committee

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.52
Date range 27 November 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.52 Box Number 30 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 December 1858
Sent from London

The memorial advocating removal of British Museum natural history collections; steps to be taken to advance it; co-operation of [Rev Whitwell] Elwin, editor of Quarterly Review; attempts made to influence other editors; the "Committee of Public Safety"; Elwin's opinion of Owen and Murchison; probable opposition of Bell and others [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 380, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.39
Date range 2 December 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.39 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 December 1858
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Huxley's contribution to Ralfs Fund; his own increase in salary; queries as to fossil botany

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.45
Date range 22 December 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.45 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1858]
Sent from London

Sends Medical Gazette report of his lectures [on Invertebrate Anatomy] [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 162]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.77
Date range 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.77 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1858]
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Subscription for a bust of [J F] Royle; Prescott's etchings
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.155
Date range 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.155 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 January 1859
Sent from Swansea, South Wales

Has handed over Ralfs Fund to Van Voorst; it is proposed to make Ralf an annuity and make the capital a Naturalists' Fund; opposition of Bowerbank and others

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.59
Date range 25 January 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.59 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 January 1859
Sent from London

Thinks the fund should be a scientific fund and not a mere naturalists' fund Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 165]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.53
Date range 29 January 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.53 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [16 April 1859]
Sent from [London]

An amended scheme for the Forbes Fund; has been informed by Elwin that the British Museum natural history collections will be moved to Kensington
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.43
Date range 16 April 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.43 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 April 1859
Sent from London

Lindley and Frankland elected to Philosophical Club; remarks on proofs of Flora of Australia; a visit from Greene of Cork, who is writing on Protozoa
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.49
Date range 22 April 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.49 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [September 1859]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Family affairs; a geological excursion in Norfolk with Lyell and [Rev John] Gunn; British Association at Aberdeen; death of Henfrey

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.63
Date range September 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.63 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [September 1859]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

A passage from Quarterly Review

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.66
Date range September 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.66 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [31 October 1859]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

A visit from Blandowski; enquires who he is

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.61
Date range 31 October 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.61 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [October 1859]
Sent from London

The J D Forbes controversy [see TYNDALL, J, No 85, note]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.45
Date range October 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.45 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 November 1859
Sent from London

His opinion of Blandowski's zoological work and its reception by Government; remarks on proofs
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.55
Date range 1 November 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.55 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 31 December 1859
Sent from London

His review of the Origin in The Times [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley] i, 177]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.57
Date range 31 December 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.57 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [2 January 1860]
Sent from London

Disapproves of Lovell Reeve, publisher of Tasmanian Flora; suggests reviewing it together with the Origin
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.59
Date range 2 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.59 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [5 January 1860]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The petition to Government on the British Museum collections; gift by Spencer of his Essays

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.65
Date range 5 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.65 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 January 1860
Sent from London

The petition and "a fool of a Lord"
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.63
Date range 6 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.63 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 January 1860
Sent from London

Has found a house suitable for Lady Hooker (Joseph Hooker's mother)
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.64
Date range 11 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.64 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 February 1860
Sent from London

Congratulations on the commencement of the great joint work with Bentham [Genera Plantarum]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.69
Date range 24 February 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.69 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [24 April 1860]
Sent from London

Sends letter from Professor A W Hofmann enquiring as to the collection of Alpine plants

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.66
Date range 24 April 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.66 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 July 1860
Sent from London

Proposal for starting the Natural History Review; invites Joseph Hooker's help [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 209]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.67
Date range 17 July 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.67 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [18 July 1860]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Is willing to help with Natural History Review with Oliver and Currie; his views as to conducting the journal

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.119
Date range 18 July 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.119 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 August 1860
Sent from London

Organization of Natural History Review; a warning by Darwin [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 210; cf DARWIN, C R, No 59]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.70
Date range 2 August 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.70 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 August 1860
Sent from London

Joseph Hooker's review of the Origin [in Gardener's Chronicle; cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin ii, 267]; Von Baer and Darwin
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.72
Date range 6 August 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.72 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 August 1860
Sent from London

Von Baer's views on species; suggests quotation from his published work and not from his letters
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.74
Date range 8 August 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.74 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [19 December 1860]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Letters of George Mann on the Gaboon; men and monkeys [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 33]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.78
Date range 19 December 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.78 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 December 1860
Sent from London

Printer's charges; birth of a son [Leonard, born 11 December]; resolutions as to devoting himself to science; a visit to Darwin [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 222]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.79
Date range 19 December 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.79 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [20 December 1860]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Mrs Hooker's health; printer's charges

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.76
Date range 20 December 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.76 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 January 1861
Sent from London

Asks Joseph Hooker to be godfather to his son; asks his opinion of Natural History Review [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 223]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.83
Date range 3 January 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.83 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 January 1861
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Agrees to be godfather; compliments Huxley on Natural History Review [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 419; ii, 59]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.81
Date range 4 January 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.81 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [4 January 1861]
Sent from [Kew], Surrey

Criticisms of Natural History Review and the plates, and suggestions for future guidance

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.83
Date range 4 January 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.83 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 January 1861
Sent from London

Thanks for acceptance of sponsorship; is encouraged by good opinion of Natural History Review of Lyell and Darwin [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 224]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.85
Date range 6 January 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.85 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 January 1861
Sent from London

Mrs Henfrey and Mrs Henry (her mother), candidates for grants by Royal Society
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.87
Date range 14 January 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.87 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 January 1861
Sent from London

Sir R I Murchison has taken up with Lady Palmerston the question of a Civil List Pension for Mrs Henfrey

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.89
Date range 22 January 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.89 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 February 1861
Sent from London

The Henfrey memorial [for Civil List Pension]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.91
Date range 22 February 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.91 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [March (?) 1861]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Mrs Henfrey has been granted 50 pension, but disdains it; has remonstrated with her

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.57
Date range March 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.57 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [3 April 1861]
Sent from Hitcham [?Suffolk]

Henslow's illness; has taken Dr Walshe to him who pronounces his case hopeless

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.92
Date range 3 April 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.92 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 April 1861
Sent from London

Sympathy on Henslow's illness [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 226]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.93
Date range 4 April 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.93 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [10 April 1861]
Sent from Hitcham [?Suffolk]

Henslow's violent symptoms have subsided; waiting for the end; suggests Huxley removes to Highgate or Hampstead; the combat with Owen [in Natural History Review

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.86
Date range 10 April 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.86 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 April 1861
Sent from Hitcham [?Suffolk]

Henslow still between life and death; he dictates touching letters and is anxious as to his successor at Cambridge and urges the claims of Berkeley; expects a visit from Sedgwick

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.89
Date range 11 April 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.89 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 April 1861
Sent from Hitcham [?Suffolk]

References to deep-sea dredging in Annals and Magazine of Natural History; Henslow sinking

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.91
Date range 11 April 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.91 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 13 April 1861
Sent from London

Henslow's distressing lingering; has sent his family to Folkestone; the presidency of the Linnean Society; another controversy with Owen [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 191; 226, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.95
Date range 13 April 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.95 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [17 April 1861]
Sent from [Kew], Surrey

Bell is resigning presidency of Linnean Society and has proposed Bentham as successor [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 504, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.88
Date range 17 April 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.88 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 April 1861
Sent from London

Bentham as president of Linnean Society; resignation of C R Weld [Assistant Secretary of Royal Society]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.97
Date range 19 April 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.97 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 April 1861
Sent from London

Henslow's continued illness; suggested removal to new locality; the refutation of Owen; Rolleston's contribution to Natural History Review [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 191, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.98
Date range 27 April 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.98 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [17 May 1861]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Death of Henslow; will go to Hitcham for the funeral, and remain some time

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.94
Date range 17 May 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.94 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 May 1861
Sent from London

Henslow's death a relief, but a grievous loss; illness of Lyell; a squib in Punch on Huxley and Owen [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 191, note]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.100
Date range 17 May 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.100 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [May 1861]
Sent from [London]

Drawing of a fossil fruit of the Oolite period
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.102
Date range May 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.102 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [May 1861]
Sent from London

Specimens of Banksia in Geological Museum
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.104
Date range May 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.104 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 September 1861
Sent from London

An article in Quarterly Review; chick development and the law of variation; the brothers Schlaginweit [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 227]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.108
Date range 4 September 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.108 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1861(?)]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Does not wish to serve on Council of Geological Society or Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.97
Date range 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.97 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1861(?)]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The Geological Society and "helter-skelter science" [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 407]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.102
Date range 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.102 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 January 1862
Sent from London

His Edinburgh lectures on Man and the lower animals [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley vii, 77]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.112
Date range 16 January 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.112 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 July 1870
Sent from Aldermaston, Berkshire

Has forwarded Huxley's letter to Berkeley for information on Penicillium; discussion thereon and on micro-organisms; Huxley's work "an immense leap"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.134
Date range 30 July 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.134 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 January 1862
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Working on Genera Plantarum; development of the Angola plant [Welwitschia, "the most wonderful plant ever brought to this country"; the Edinburgh lectures; Bate's Amazonian butterflies [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 24, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.98
Date range 20 January 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.98 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 February [1862]
Sent from London

In Horner's absence is giving anniversary address at Geological Society [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley viii, 272; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 512]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.106
Date range 1 February 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.106 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [4 March 1862]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has read Huxley's Geological Society address; his own botanical conclusions are similar

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.101
Date range 4 March 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.101 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [29 March 1862]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Is going to Weymouth and Channel Islands; Owen's review of Carpenter's book [Foraminifera] in Athenaeum [28 March, p 417; cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 17]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.104
Date range 29 March 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.104 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 December 1862
Sent from London

Invitation to a dinner to contributors to Natural History Review; academic position of Zoology and Botany in London University examinations [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 237]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.114
Date range 4 December 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.114 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 April 1863
Sent from London

Prefers to invite younger and lesser known men as guests of British Association to those whose reputations are already established
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.116
Date range 18 April 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.116 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 April 1863
Sent from London

The controversy between Falconer and Lyell in the Athenaeum [4 April, p 459]; considers that Falconer has acted beneath his reputation [cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 19]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.118
Date range 20 April 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.118 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [2 July 1863]
Sent from London

Sends his Lectures to Working Men [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 303]; thinks of re-editing them; Falconer's article in Natural History Review
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.125
Date range 2 July 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.125 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 21 July 1863
Sent from London

His attitude towards the proposed alterations in the method and policy of Natural History Review
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.120
Date range 21 July 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.120 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 August 1863
Sent from London

Death of his brother George [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 248]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.123
Date range 1 August 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.123 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 February 1864
Sent from [Kew], Surrey

Is resigning his examinership [of HEI Co]; pressure of work; his father's continued activity; Huxley's review of Darwin [>I>The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 80]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.105
Date range 7 February 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.105 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 October 1864
Sent from London

Asks Joseph Hooker to reconsider his declinature of examinership in Botany for Science and Art Department [The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 254]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.127
Date range 6 October 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.127 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 December 1864
Sent from London

The Royal Society anniversary; Sabine's injurious qualification of grounds for award of Copley Medal to Darwin [The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 255; cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 29]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.129
Date range 3 December 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.129 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 June 1865
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The controversy between Lyell and Lubbock; has urged Lyell to follow Huxley's advice [See LYELL, C, Nos 52-59]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.109
Date range 6 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.109 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 12 June 1865
Sent from London

Lyell versus Lubbock; delicacy of the situation
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.131
Date range 12 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.131 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 July 1865
Sent from Ripley, Yorkshire

An excursion to Lake District

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.111
Date range 1 July 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.111 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 July 1865
Sent from Middleton-in-Teesdale, County Durham

Sends manuscript for the Reader; is reading Lecky and Palgrave and botanizing; Palgrave and his critics

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.107
Date range 14 July 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.107 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 July 1865
Sent from London

Opinion of Lecky's work [History of Rationalism; self-esteem of [Francis Turner] Palgrave; conceit of Swinburne; Murchison's "iniquities"
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.134
Date range 15 July 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.134 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 October 1865
Sent from Buxton, Derbyshire

Is reading Clarissa Harlowe [cfLife and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 70]; Strachey and the Athenaeum committee; has declined directorship [of Kew] unless scientific assistance is provided

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.113
Date range 10 October 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.113 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [16 December 1865]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Linnean Society Journal short of zoological matter; asks Huxley for a contribution [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 411]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.96
Date range 16 December 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.96 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 April 1866
Sent from Kew, Surrey

List of foreign guests to invite to British Association; Harvey dying [William Henry Harvey died 15 May]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.115
Date range 19 April 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.115 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 September 1866
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Sends his photograph; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.117
Date range 20 September 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.117 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 November 1866
Sent from London

Is President of Section D of British Association at Nottingham; asks for names of foreign botanists to invite
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.136
Date range 15 November 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.136 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1866]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has examined Dawson's paper [Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London xxii, 95] and considers it good from descriptive point of view

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.118
Date range 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.118 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 September 1867
Sent from London

Drawing of the structure of a bean; Morris and Darwinism [See MORRIS, F O, Nos 1-3]
Original letter, signed by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.138
Date range 30 September 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.138 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 January 1868
Sent from London

Asks for Joseph Hooker's help in Ethnological Society; attempts to amalgamate with Anthropological Society, unsuccessful; plans to revivify the Ethnological Society
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.140
Date range 24 January 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.140 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 August 1868
Sent from London

Will lecture on "A piece of Chalk" [at British Association, Norwich, The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley viii, 1]; Tyndall in the Alps
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.142
Date range 3 August 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.142 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 October 1868
Sent from London

A visit to Dublin; staff of the College of Science there; candidates for Botany Chair at Trinity College
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.144
Date range 8 October 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.144 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 12 October 1868
Sent from London

Has sent Joseph Hooker's letter to Donnelly for attention by Duke of Marlborough
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.149
Date range 12 October 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.149 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 October 1868
Sent from London

Proposes Wyville Thomson for Botany Chair at Trinity College Dublin and asks Joseph Hooker's support for him
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.147
Date range 18 October 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.147 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [19 October 1868]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has already given a guarded testimonial to Wright for Trinity College Dublin Chair, although partial to Thomson

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.122
Date range 19 October 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.122 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 February 1869
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Testimonials for a candidate (not named); the Blackmore Museum at Salisbury; the Wilton House pictures

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.124
Date range 14 February 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.124 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [September 1869]
Sent from [Exeter], Devon

The British Association to be at Liverpool in 1870, with Huxley as president

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.126
Date range September 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.126 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 December 1869
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Encloses letter from Archer [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, 430; see ARCHER, W, No 1]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.127
Date range 2 December 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.127 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [18 December 1869]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

About a protégé of hers who desires a post at Kew; thinks Huxley should be director of the new Natural History Museum

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.132
Date range 18 December 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.132 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 May [1870]
Sent from London

Thanks for a Hydrochoerus skull; Professor J W Dawson's Bakerian Lecture [Proceedings of the Royal Society xviii]; Douglas Galton and the British Association; Gladstone's speech
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.151
Date range 26 May 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.151 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 July 1870
Sent from London

His subscription for portrait of Bentham [see Proceedings of the Linnean Society, 1888-90, 32]; is working on the yeast-plant [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley viii, 16; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 608]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.157
Date range 20 July 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.157 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 August 1870
Sent from London

Work on micro-organisms; Bastian and Berkeley; his results
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.163
Date range 10 August 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.163 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 13 August 1870
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Same subject as 01898

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.136
Date range 13 August 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.136 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 October 1870
Sent from London

Sends questions on botany for schoolmaster's examinations
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.165
Date range 26 October 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.165 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 November 1870
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Bennett resigning from British Museum Botany Department; appointment of his successor should have regard to the proposed transfer of British Museum collections to Kew; thinks Carruthers should succeed; suggests that Huxley should discuss the matter with Murchison [a Trustee of British Museum]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.138
Date range 9 November 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.138 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 November 1870
Sent from London

Will endeavour to discuss the British Museum question with Lowe and Murchison
Original letter, signed, from Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.168
Date range 11 November 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.168 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 March 1871
Sent from London

The examination of Owen [by Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction]; plans for British Museum said to be settled; asks for his views on administration
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.172
Date range 18 March 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.172 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 July 1871
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Sends communication (missing) which calls for reply by Bentham; thinks Carruthers would regret its publication

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.140
Date range 19 July 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.140 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 July 1871
Sent from London

Declines to meddle in suggested reforms at Edinburgh
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.174
Date range 25 July 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.174 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 August 1871
Sent from Kew, Surrey

British Museum Trustees resolved to increase staff of Botany Department; have taken one of his assistants; useless to put the case before Ayrton; the British Museum versus Kew; urges Huxley to influence the Trustees not to make any appointment until Royal Commission has reported

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.142
Date range 2 August 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.142 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 August 1871
Sent from St Andrews, Scotland

Cannot properly intervene in matters concerning the Botany Department; probable effect of an attempt at veto on appointments; "creation by cock-shy" [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 126]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.177
Date range 11 August 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.177 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 August 1871
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The British Museum question must take care of itself; his conflict with Ayrton; threatens to resign [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 165]
[The complicated circumstances of the Ayrton affair, with which this and many of the following letters deal, is well summarized in Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, Chapter XXXV, pp 159-177]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.144
Date range 19 August 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.144 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 August 1871
Sent from Ardlui, Dunbartonshire, Scotland

Deplores idea of resigning; assures Joseph Hooker that his scientific friends will rally round him [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 165]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.179
Date range 28 August 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.179 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 31 August 1871
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has "launched a rostrate ironclad against Ayrton"; has laid his case before Gladstone [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 166]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.146
Date range 31 August 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.146 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 September 1871
Sent from St Andrews, Scotland

Geological exploration in the Elgin Sandstones; anxious for news of Ayrton affair; "wealth" and political economy; Mivart's book and Suarez [cf The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 120]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.181
Date range 11 September 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.181 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 September 1871
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Huxley's use of Suarez, Mivart's chief weapon, against him; the Jesuits and "derivative creation"; silence of Gladstone in the Ayrton affair; illness of his mother

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.150
Date range 17 September 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.150 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 October 1871
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Episcopal displeasure at the appointment of Huxley on a committee [not specified]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.153
Date range 25 October 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.153 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 December 1871
Sent from Brighton, Sussex

Gladstone's unaccountable attitude in the Ayrton affair; advises waiting for next move as a matter sub judice cannot be ventilated in the press; Tyndall's letter to Nature about Carpenter
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.185
Date range 22 December 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.185 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 31 December 1871
Sent from [Brighton], Sussex

Invitation and greetings
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.187
Date range 31 December 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.187 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 January 1872
Sent from London

Is about to sail [for Egypt]; Ayrton; wishes Joseph Hooker would join him in "setting up a proper Biological School at South Kensington" [cfLife and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 378]; has sent in to Lord Lawrence his resignation from School Board
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.189
Date range 7 January 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.189 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 February 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Good news of Huxley; a visit to Darwin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.154
Date range 3 February 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.154 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 April 1872
Sent from London

Announces his return
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.192
Date range 9 April 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.192 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 April 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Unable to accept invitation; Lord Ripon and the Ayrton affair [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 169]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.156
Date range 19 April 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.156 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 April 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Sends copy of Treasury letter; suggests a memorial to Government on the scientific status of Kew

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.157bis
Date range 27 April 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.157bis Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 May 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

[To Tyndall]. Lord Derby offers to move for correspondence without delay; suggests Tyndall should see Lord Derby

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 1.246
Date range 9 May 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 1.246 Box Number 1 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 June 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

[To Tyndall]. Uncertain position of Lubbock; thinks he has had an interview with Ayrton

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 1.248
Date range 18 June 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 1.248 Box Number 1 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [July 1872]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Science and the Government; miserable plight of scientific institutions

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.158
Date range July 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.158 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 31 July 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

[To Lubbock]. Would withdraw his letter to Ayrton on three conditions specified

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.159bis
Date range 31 July 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.159bis Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [13 August] 1872
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Long account of Parliamentary proceedings in the Ayrton affair

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.165
Date range 13 August 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.165 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 August 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Encloses Ayrton's answer to the withdrawal of his imputations [3.170; cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 176]; discussion of the situation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.160
Date range 17 August 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.160 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 August 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Further discussion of Ayrton affair

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.162
Date range 20 August 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.162 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [21 August 1872]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Ayrton's dissatisfaction with his reply

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.169
Date range 21 August 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.169 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 September 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

[To Ayrton]. Encloses memorandum [3.173] on the occurrences and refuses further qualification of his withdrawal; copy of Ayrton's reply [3.175]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.172
Date range 2 September 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.172 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 September 1872
Sent from London

An "extraordinary enclosure" (missing); has consulted Shaw Lefevre on the Ayrton affair
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.191
Date range 25 September 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.191 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 November 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Oliver, Bentham and others urge him to ignore Owen's attack [in Nature]; blames the editor for printing it [See LOCKYER, J N, Nos 14,15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.176
Date range 8 November 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.176 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 November 1872
Sent from London

Owen's statement, if false in fact, must be contradicted, but his personalities ignored; reasons why Lockyer could not refuse to print it, but reply should also be printed
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.194
Date range 9 November 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.194 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 November 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Considers editor of Nature has acted improperly

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.178
Date range 11 November 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.178 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 13 November 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has sent his reply to Nature; still resentful against Lockyer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.181
Date range 13 November 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.181 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 November 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

His grievance with Nature; statements by Lockyer and his sub-editor [cf LOCKYER, J N, Nos 14, 15]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.183
Date range 16 November 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.183 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 November 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Same subject as 01935

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.185
Date range 19 November 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.185 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 December 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The Owen dispute now taken up by the Garden; an abuse of confidence

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.187
Date range 17 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.187 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 December [1872]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

His alleged reflections on [Robert] Brown; attributes the statement to Owen and to indiscretion by Lockyer; conflict with Carruthers; Chaucer as a school-prize [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker iii, 182, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.227
Date range 25 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.227 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 December 1872
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Dallas suggested as sub-editor of Nature in succession to Bennett; Asa Gray reports that Gladstone has answered the remonstrance of American botanists in the Ayrton affair

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.189
Date range 26 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.189 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1873]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Scientific status of Director of Kew should be properly defined

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.194bis
Date range 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.194bis Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 January 1873
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Gladstone's private secretary informs him that a plan affecting his position at Kew is under consideration

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.191
Date range 1 January 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.191 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 May 1873
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Acknowledges cheque for some private or family charity

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.192
Date range 2 May 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.192 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [June 1873]
Sent from London

Joseph Hooker elected President of the Royal Society; his (Huxley's) lawsuit [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 384, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.208
Date range June 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.208 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 August 1873
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Sends present of cigars for her to take to Huxley [when she joins him in Germany]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.194
Date range 4 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.194 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 August 1873
Sent from Kew, Surrey

His return journey to England; botanical merits of Dyer and Lawson; death of Gregory's wife; has been awarded Swedish Order of the North Star

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.195
Date range 4 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.195 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 August 1873
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Sees in The Times that North Star has been awarded to Huxley, Airy, Tyndall and himself; does not know how to act as foreign orders are forbidden to Civil Servants [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 186, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.197
Date range 4 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.197 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 August 1873
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The North Star and the difficulties of acceptance; official regulations; suggests that she should merely acknowledge receipt of it in Huxley's absence, pending his return

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.199
Date range 6 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.199 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 August 1873
Sent from Baden-Baden, Germany

His travels in Germany; Ayrton; has been awarded North Star; [cf TYNDALL, J, No 115]; foreign orders; a report about South Kensington Museum
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.200
Date range 8 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.200 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 August 1873
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The Science Syllabus; the suggested transfer of South Kensington Museum to British Museum Trustees discussed in Parliament; the North Star an order for literary and scientific merit; suggested course of action respecting it [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 187, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.202
Date range 8 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.202 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 August 1873
Sent from Axenstein [?Germany]

Incidents of his travels; will consult Ambassador on his return re North Star; discussion of W Archer's paper [Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science xiii]; Donnelly reports he has been instructed to transfer South Kensington Museum to Trustees of British Museum; the Forbes controversy [see TYNDALL, J, No 85 note and Nos 105ff]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.202
Date range 24 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.202 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 August 1873
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The South Kensington and British Museum question; plans for [British Association meeting at] Bradford; Owen's demand for Challenger collections; botanic work thereon; lichens and chlorophyll; Tyndall and the Forbes controversy; a visit to Darwin and Lubbock; family news; has sent a statement on foreign orders to Nature

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.206
Date range 29 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.206 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 September 1873
Sent from London

Has returned home; is applying for leave to accept North Star; Tyndall and Tait; the Bradford meeting of British Association
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.206
Date range 25 September 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.206 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [5 October 1873]
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Shuttleworth thinks Huxley should be made Director for Science under Council for Education; difficulties in proposal for Tyndall's presidency of British Association at Belfast owing to his hostility to Tait; desires to discuss these points verbally

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.261
Date range 5 October 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.261 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [14 October 1873]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has urged claim of Donnelly as Director of Science Education to Lord Aberdare; Tyndall's presidency at Belfast

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.212
Date range 14 October 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.212 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 March 1874
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Encloses letter [from Spencer] (missing); has been offered and declined KCMG for his colonial services, not for services to science; doubts and views on such honours [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 149]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.218
Date range 29 March 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.218 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 31 March 1874
Sent from London

Proposal to elect Spencer FRS; attitude of Royal Society to Philosophy and Poetry; views on Joseph Hooker's proffered knighthood; proposed visit to America; secretaryship of Royal Society
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.210
Date range 31 March 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.210 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 November 1874
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Wishes Huxley to attend his wife's funeral

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.221
Date range 1 November 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.221 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 November 1874
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Dissuades Huxley from taking a step (not specified) "which looks like suicide"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.222
Date range 25 November 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.222 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 December 1874
Sent from London

Returns proofs of Joseph Hooker's presidential address to Royal Society with suggestions; the Royal Society dinner
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.216
Date range 4 December 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.216 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 December 1874
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Thanks for comments on Royal Society address; depression on death of his wife [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 190, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.223
Date range 7 December 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.223 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 December 1874
Sent from London

Sends papers by Balfour and others to be read at Royal Society; an attack on George Darwin in July Quarterly Review; suspects it is by Mivart [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 128 note]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.218
Date range 11 December 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.218 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 13 December 1874
Sent from Kew, Surrey

The Mivart affair; suggests joint protest from Huxley, Busk, Alman, Lubbock and himself, and demand for apology

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.225
Date range 13 December 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.225 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 December 1874
Sent from London

Indignation at Mivart's attack on George Darwin; action taken by him [see MIVART, Nos 2-4 and Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 425]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.214
Date range 19 December 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.214 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 December 1874
Sent from London

Encloses letter [from Mivart] and copy of his reply [see MIVART, Nos 2,3]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.220
Date range 27 December 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.220 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 December 1874
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Papers rejected by Royal Society; Huxley's letter to Mivart; a visit from Tyndall and Herbert Spencer; his children's education problems; indolence of Dyer [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 144, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.229
Date range 28 December 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.229 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 March 1875
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has urged upon Treasury and Office of Works the advantages of a Kew lecturer at South Kensington; Dyer's qualifications; another attack by Owen

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.230
Date range 6 March 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.230 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 March 1875
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Unable to accept invitation; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.233
Date range 24 March 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.233 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 June 1875
Sent from Kew, Surrey

A gift for her new house

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.235
Date range 4 June 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.235 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 June 1875
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Sorry his gift-vases are not a pair; the wrong package was sent

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.237
Date range 7 June 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.237 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 September 1875
Sent from Wootton-under-Edge [Gloucestershire]

Thanks for congratulations; is on visit to [Brian H] Hodgson; indisposition; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.238
Date range 1 September 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.238 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 October 1875
Sent from London

Has been asked to take Wyville Thomson's place in Edinburgh again next year, but feels unable to entertain it for reasons stated
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.222
Date range 10 October 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.222 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 October 1875
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has heard from Christison about Huxley's Edinburgh proposal, and will do all possible to further it; urges Huxley to accept

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.240
Date range 11 October 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.240 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [1875]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Domestic servants

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.243
Date range 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.243 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 July 1876
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Engagement to his second wife

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.245
Date range 1 July 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.245 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 July 1876
Sent from Heathfield

Accepts her offer to write to Lady Jardine; intends to be married in August

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.246
Date range 4 July 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.246 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 July 1876
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Suggests Mr La Touche as tutor for her son [Leonard]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.248
Date range 10 July 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.248 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 12 July 1876
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Same subject as 01976

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.250
Date range 12 July 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.250 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 November 1877
Sent from London

Sends letter from Flower complaining of Owen's conduct; asks advice as to action [See FLOWER, W H, No 3]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.226
Date range 28 November 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.226 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 December 1877
Sent from London

Returns proofs of Joseph Hooker's address [Royal Society] with comments on certain passages
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.227
Date range 8 December 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.227 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 July 1878
Sent from Kew, Surrey

A sub-section of Section D [of the British Association] [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 232]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.252
Date range 30 July 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.252 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 November 1878
Sent from London

On information given by Claude Webster, has consulted the Police about Count Victor Vesey [qv] alias Baron Samoisky, and finds that he is a fraud and "wanted" [See QUIN, Lady Dunraven, Nos 1 and 2]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.229
Date range 9 November 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.229 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 November 1878
Sent from London

Sends paper on Bacteria; a mishap at Kew
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.232
Date range 14 November 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.232 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 23 March 1879
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Disapproves of proposed testimonial to Carpenter [Registrar of London University]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.253
Date range 23 March 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.253 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 July 1879
Sent from London

Supports Moseley's candidature for Registrarship of London University
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.234
Date range 7 July 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.234 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 July 1879
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Asa Gray's opinion of Joseph Hooker's mention of Hayden in his Royal Society address

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.254
Date range 14 July 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.254 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 13 October 1879
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Sends prescription for eczema

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.256
Date range 13 October 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.256 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 April 1880
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Strongly supports the claims of "the only botanist on the list of candidates" for Royal Society [His son-in-law, W T Thiselton Dyer]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.257
Date range 9 April 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.257 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 November 1880
Sent from Kew, Surrey

A R Wallace and Spiritualism [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 244]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.259
Date range 26 November 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.259 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 21 April 1882
Sent from London

Editor of Nature has asked for a notice of Darwin from both Joseph Hooker and himself; asks Joseph Hooker to undertake it
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.240
Date range 21 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.240 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 April 1882
Sent from Kew, Surrey

[From Lady Hooker]. Her husband so upset by Darwin's death he cannot undertake obituary for Nature

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.263
Date range 22 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.263 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 23 April 1882
Sent from London

Has been at cross-purposes as to Darwin notice; sends his manuscript for Nature as a leading article, detailed obituary to follow [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 244; cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 38]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.238
Date range 23 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.238 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 23 April 1882
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Romanes having told him that Huxley has undertaken the notice of Darwin, offers information of Darwin's early life [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker] ii, 259]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.261
Date range 23 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.261 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [23 April 1882]
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Sends further particulars of Darwin's career communicated by Francis Darwin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.266
Date range 23 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.266 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 April 1882
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Has sent Huxley's manuscript to Nature; his own indisposition; Bentham "failing fast" [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 259]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.265
Date range 24 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.265 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 May 1882
Sent from London

Disapproves of proposal of British Association to "levy a heavy tax on scientific people" for entertainment of foreign guests
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.242
Date range 24 May 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.242 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 July 1882
Sent from Carlisle, Cumberland

Sends list submitted by Spottiswoode [of proposed honoraria to Challenger workers]; death of [Francis Maitland] Balfour
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.246
Date range 28 July 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.246 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 June 1883
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Spottiswoode's death; disapproves of "touting for abbey graves" and would rather start a "counter-movement"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.268
Date range 29 June 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.268 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 June 1883
Sent from London

Urges him not to start a counter-movement as to Spottiswoode's funeral; dissensions in the X-Club; has consented to be interim President of the Royal Society; his ideas as to a successor
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.250
Date range 30 June 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.250 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 July 1883
Sent from Kew

Glad Huxley has consented to be interim President of the Royal Society; possible candidates unsuitable except Evans; illness of Bentham

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.270
Date range 1 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.270 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 July 1883
Sent from London

The Royal Society presidency; wishes to retire in favour of Evans
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.254
Date range 2 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.254 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 July 1883
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Huxley has misunderstood him; intend to convey that Huxley should take interim office, but that next president should be Lubbock or Evans, and prefers Huxley to either

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.272
Date range 4 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.272 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 July 1883
Sent from London

His reasons for deciding to continue as President of the Royal Society; magnanimous attitude of Evans; thinks presidency should not be confined to wealthy men
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.256
Date range 6 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.256 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 July 1883
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Is glad presidency is settled; agrees with Huxley's view that it should be open to "poor men" who would not be expected to entertain lavishly

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.274
Date range 6 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.274 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 July 1883
Sent from London

A visit to Tyndall who declines to entertain being President of the Royal Society; as Stokes is unwilling also, has finally made up his mind; approbation of his friends
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.258
Date range 11 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.258 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 August 1883
Sent from Godalming, Surrey

The proposed addition of "Royal" to title of Meteorological Society; has written to Strachey [See STRACHEY, R, No 4]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.260
Date range 22 August 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.260 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 23 August 1883
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Thinks well of Meteorological Society but thinks multiplication of "Royal" societies an evil [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 264]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.276
Date range 23 August 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.276 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 October 1883
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Hopes newspaper reports of doubts as to Huxley's acceptance of Presidency of Royal Society are not true

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.277
Date range 22 October 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.277 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 23 October 1883
Sent from London

Report that Stokes has changed his mind and might stand for Presidency of the Royal Society; would still be prepared to withdraw because of pressure of other work
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.262
Date range 23 October 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.262 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 November 1883
Sent from London

Tyndall agrees to toast Hirst at Royal Society dinner [see TYNDALL, J, Nos 195-197]; Boehm's statue of Darwin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.264
Date range 16 November 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.264 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 December 1883
Sent from London

Asks for support in election of William Darwin to Athenaeum
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.271
Date range 3 December 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.271 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 December 1883
Sent from London

Rumour of offer of baronetcy
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.266
Date range 6 December 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.266 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 December 1883
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Would like to see Huxley made a Privy Councillor

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.278
Date range 27 December 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.278 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 January 1884
Sent from London

A circular [from Hatton] announcing Huxley's support [for the foundation of a scholarship. See HATTON, J, Nos 2-6]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.267
Date range 20 January 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.267 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 21 January 1884
Sent from London

Sends letter from W R C Hodgkinson stating that Hatton's circular was issued without his knowledge and consent; has asked Lockyer to publish a repudiation in Nature
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.269
Date range 21 January 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.269 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 February 1884
Sent from Kew, Surrey

Is commissioned to ask Huxley if he would agree to be nominated for The Club [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 259 and see HEWETT, P G, No 2]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.279
Date range 26 February 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.279 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 April 1885
Sent from London

Candidature of [Sir Andrew] Clark at Royal Society; attitude to admitting medical men [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 110]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.274
Date range 25 April 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.274 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 July 1885
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Recommends Saltburn as a quiet Yorkshire retreat

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.280
Date range 28 July 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.280 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 October 1885
Sent from London

Does not consider Galton's work merits Royal Medal, prefers Lankester's; intends to resign from Presidency of the Royal Society
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.276
Date range 24 October 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.276 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 March 1886
Sent from Bournemouth, Hampshire

Unable to attend X-Club; anxiety about Tyndall; Spencer's yachting project [See SPENCER, H, Nos 48, 50]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.272
Date range 26 March 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.272 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 March 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Thinks it would be folly to take Tyndall yachting; has had acknowledgement of services by Indian Government, but no cash; is overdrawn [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 268, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.281
Date range 27 March 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.281 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 March 1886
Sent from Bournemouth, Hampshire

Agrees as to declining Spencer's yacht proposal; Joseph Hooker's pension; offers loan
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.248
Date range 28 March 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.248 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 April 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Cannot attend X-Club and is anxious as to its continuance

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.283
Date range 30 April 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.283 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 May 1886
Sent from Ilkley, Yorkshire

Arrangements for X-Club; does not wish to leave London
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.278
Date range 3 May 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.278 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 July 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Complications between Admiralty and Office of Works as to his pension

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.284
Date range 6 July 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.284 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 July 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Has been to Treasury and discussed pension; details of its computation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.287
Date range 7 July 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.287 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 September 1886
Sent from London

Has returned from Arolla; has taken to Botany; study of Gentians; death of Busk
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.280
Date range 11 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.280 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 12 September 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Will enquire as to works on Gentians; memories of Busk; is working on Flora of British India; his pension fixed

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.288
Date range 12 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.288 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 September 1886
Sent from London

Gentians [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.282
Date range 16 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.282 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 September 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Work on Gentians; disputes his pension award; asks Huxley to write as past President of the Royal Society urging special award from Civil Fund

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.291
Date range 18 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.291 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 September 1886
Sent from London

Visit to Herbert Spencer; has written to Lubbock his views [on South Kensington and City and Guilds Institute]; Gentians [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 142]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.284
Date range 22 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.284 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 October 1886
Sent from London

Sends chapter written for Francis Darwin's Life and Letters of Charles Darwin; the Quarterly Review article
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.287
Date range 20 October 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.287 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 21 October 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Remarks on Huxley's chapter in Life and Letters of Charles Darwin and an article in Quarterly Review [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 66, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.292
Date range 21 October 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.292 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 November 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Still disputes the Treasury computation of his pension

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.294
Date range 11 November 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.294 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 November 1886
Sent from London

The Himalayan Ailurus; Gentians
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.289
Date range 11 November 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.289 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 November 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

His pension dispute; sends copies of correspondence

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.296
Date range 24 November 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.296 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 November 1886
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

His pension settled at last; has applied for Civil List Pension

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.297
Date range 24 November 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.297 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 February 1887
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Has finished reading Huxley's paper on Gentians [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iv, 612] and left manuscript for him at the Athenaeum [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 296]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.298
Date range 25 February 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.298 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 March 1887
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Further remarks on Gentians; Huxley's reply to Duke of Argyll [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley v, 90]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.300
Date range 14 March 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.300 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 12 May 1887
Sent from Worthing, Sussex

Illness of his father-in-law [Rev W Symonds]; visited Herbert Spencer in Brighton

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.302
Date range 12 May 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.302 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 21 September 1887
Sent from Glion [?]

Death of Symonds; Gentians [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 171]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.291
Date range 21 September 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.291 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 21 September 1887
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Death of Symonds; his tour in Normandy; Gentians [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 297, part; cf 341-342]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.303
Date range 21 September 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.303 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 November 1887
Sent from Hastings, Sussex

Congratulations on award of Copley Medal; Stokes (President of the Royal Society) and parliament; deplores association of science with politics [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 174, 177]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.293
Date range 6 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.293 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 November 1887
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Family news; the Copley Medal; Stokes and the Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.305
Date range 7 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.305 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 November 1887
Sent from London

Sedgwick and the Copley Medal [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 178]; Stokes and Parliament; uncertain whether to raise question at Royal Society anniversary or in Nature; an ill-judged letter by Tyndall in the Standard
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.295
Date range 10 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.295 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 November 1887
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Tyndall's letter in Standard; Stokes and Royal Society Council

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.301
Date range 11 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.301 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [12? November 1887]
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Death of his brother-in-law, Frank Symonds

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.307
Date range 12 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.307 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 November 1887
Sent from Hastings, Sussex

Stokes and politics; an editorial in Nature [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 174]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.297
Date range 14 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.297 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 November 1887
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Approves the Nature editorial; Frankland not in agreement on Stokes question; a letter from Tonga written before F Symonds's death

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.308
Date range 15 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.308 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 21 November 1887
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Asks Huxley to request Foster [Secretary of Royal Society] to mention his Diatom-ooze discoveries in the grounds for the Copley award

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.310
Date range 21 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.310 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 21 November 1887
Sent from St Leonards [?Sussex]

Death of his daughter Marian; has to give address in Manchester [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 180, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.299
Date range 21 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.299 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 November 1887
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Condolence on death of Huxley's daughter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.312
Date range 22 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.312 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 December 1887
Sent from St Leonards [?Sussex]

Meeting of X-Club; his Manchester address; Stokes and politics [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 181, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.301
Date range 4 December 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.301 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 5 December 1887
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Family misfortunes; his speech at Royal Society dinner; the X-Club

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.314
Date range 5 December 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.314 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 December 1887
Sent from St Leonards [?Sussex]

Stokes and the Royal Society; suggested line of action
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.303
Date range 10 December 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.303 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 December 1887
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Huxley's objection to his plan of action; the power of the Royal Society for good; indifference of Fellows of its infection by party politics

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.316
Date range 15 December 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.316 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 December 1887
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Thanks for gift of Physiography; is thinking of reprinting some of his best work; Tyndall's political memorial

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.318
Date range 27 December 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.318 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 December 1887
Sent from St Leonards [?Sussex]

Tyndall's attack on Gladstone's Irish policy [see TYNDALL, J, Nos 222, 223, 225]; distribution of Coniferae [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 182, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.307
Date range 29 December 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.307 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 January 1888
Sent from Bournemouth, Hampshire

An enclosure from Foster; a visit from Herbert Spencer [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 186, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.309
Date range 29 January 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.309 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 March 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Meeting of X-Club; proposed admission of new members; Strachey's lectures at Cambridge; visit to W Darwin and Lady Bunbury [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 343, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.320
Date range 4 March 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.320 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 March 1888
Sent from Bournemouth, Hampshire

His inactivity; has been made a Trustee of British Museum; obituary of Darwin for Royal Society [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 191; The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 253]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.311
Date range 9 March 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.311 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 23 March 1888
Sent from Bournemouth, Hampshire

Sends papers re Challenger expedition; Dana's obituary of Asa Gray and its treatment of Darwinism; working on Darwin's obituary
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.316
Date range 23 March 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.316 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 March 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

The position of the Treasury and Royal Society in the publication of Challenger Reports; Asa Gray and Darwinism [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 304]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.321
Date range 25 March 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.321 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 March 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Dana's obituary of Gray; Gray's real understanding of Darwinism; his later theological speculations [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 305]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.323
Date range 27 March 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.323 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 April 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

No one except himself attended X-Club meeting; Hirst "a complete wreck"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.260
Date range 11 April 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.260 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 12 April 1888
Sent from Bournemouth, Hampshire

Unable to attend X-Club through bad health; about to go to Switzerland [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 196]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.318
Date range 12 April 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.318 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 13 April 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Has great hopes of benefit from Switzerland; will endeavour to maintain X-Club

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.325
Date range 13 April 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.325 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 April 1888
Sent from London

Swiss plan abandoned owing to heart trouble [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 197]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.320
Date range 25 April 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.320 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 May 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Remarks on Huxley's obituary of Darwin [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 306; The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 253]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.326
Date range 2 May 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.326 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 May 1888
Sent from London

Comments on Joseph Hooker's remarks on Darwin obituary [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 197]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.322
Date range 4 May 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.322 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 June 1888
Sent from London

Sends balance-sheet [of X-Club]; leaving for Maloja
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.324
Date range 22 June 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.324 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 23 October 1888
Sent from London

Returned home; ups and downs of health; gentians; sends printed copy of Darwin obituary; intends to go to Brighton
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.326
Date range 23 October 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.326 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 October 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Suggests seeing a cottage in Sunningdale before deciding on Brighton; hybrid gentians; suffers from deafness; death of Roffey

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.330
Date range 25 October 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.330 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 October 1888
Sent from London

Declines offer of cottage; his plans for a "nomadic existence" [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 208]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.328
Date range 28 October 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.328 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 October 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Urges Huxley not to answer Romanes [Physiological Selection in Journal of the Linnean Society of London - Zoology xix]; is tired of controversial Darwinism

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.332
Date range 29 October 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.332 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 October 1888
Sent from London

Invitation; intends to go to Eastbourne
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.330
Date range 30 October 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.330 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 November 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Congratulations on award of Copley Medal; Dyer's criticisms of Romanes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.334
Date range 4 November 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.334 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 November 1888
Sent from London

The Copley Medal; their friendship of forty years [The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 211]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.332
Date range 15 November 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.332 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 November 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Objects to election of Mivart to Athenaeum

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.335
Date range 28 November 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.335 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 December 1888
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

X-Club finance

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.337
Date range 27 December 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.337 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 December 1888
Sent from London

The archives of the X-Club; improving in health [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 215]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.334
Date range 29 December 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.334 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 January 1889
Sent from London

Is delivering X-Club archives; his youngest daughter to marry John Collier; the Deceased Wife's Sister question [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 217]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.336
Date range 14 January 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.336 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 January 1889
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Felicitations on engagement of Huxley's daughter; his views on the Deceased Wife's Sister question

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.339
Date range 25 January 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.339 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 March 1889
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Is going to his daughter's wedding in Norway; the Philosophical Club [The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 231, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.338
Date range 22 March 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.338 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 23 March 1889
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Will attend Philosophical Club and vote for its "apotheosis"; election of Bramwell; is against amalgamation of Philosophical with Royal Society Club

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.340
Date range 23 March 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.340 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 March 1889
Sent from London

Resents the entry of commercial magnates into Royal Society; its effect on Philosophical Club; agrees to winding it up [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 231]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.340
Date range 26 March 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.340 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 May 1889
Sent from London

Collier's illness; the Academy dinner; is going to Eastbourne [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 233]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.342
Date range 6 May 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.342 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 May 1889
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

The Royal Academy dinner; the X-Club; his portrait by Herkomer; has read Huxley's Nineteenth Century article [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley v, 263]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.342
Date range 9 May 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.342 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 May 1889
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Unable to attend X-Club; is going abroad; his controversy with Wace in Nineteenth Century v, 263]; is about to build a house in Eastbourne
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.344
Date range 30 May 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.344 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 June 1889
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Proposals as to X-Club finance; Huxley's June article in Nineteenth Century [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley v, 309]; his son Reginald has graduated with honours at Cambridge; intends to enter Indian Education Department; Herkomer's "aged botanist"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.344
Date range 19 June 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.344 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 June 1889
Sent from Tessin [Switzerland]

His travels in Switzerland; family news [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 237]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.346
Date range 25 June 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.346 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 September 1889
Sent from London

Has returned to England and is leaving for Eastbourne [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 241]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.348
Date range 24 September 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.348 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 September 1889
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Working on Indian Orchids; Balfour's proposal [for a Roman Catholic University in Ireland]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.346
Date range 26 September 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.346 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 September 1889
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Orchids in the Engadine; Balfour's Irish University proposal [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 241]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.350
Date range 29 September 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.350 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 November 1889
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Death of Busk's daughter
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.352
Date range 1 November 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.352 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 November 1889
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Mrs Busk's loss; death of his sister [Maria, born 8 May 1819; married Rev Walter McGilvray; died in Edinburgh, October 1889]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.350
Date range 3 November 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.350 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 December 1889
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Herbert Spencer desires to withdraw from X-Club; he is offended with Huxley; proposes to heal the breach

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.352
Date range 6 December 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.352 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 13 January 1890
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

His allusions to Spencer in Nineteenth Century [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 297]; Spencer's irritability; will take no steps towards reconciliation; his son's medical career [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 251, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.354
Date range 13 January 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.354 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 January 1890
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Has read Spencer's and Huxley's articles in Nineteenth Century [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 290]; illness; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.354
Date range 14 January 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.354 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 January 1890
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Influenza; deaths of [Sir Henry] Yule, [Lord] Napier and [Sir B J] Sullivan; the last he knew forty years ago; his "Inequality" paper [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 290] and proposed "Primer of Politics"; proposed trip to Canary Islands [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 245, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.346
Date range 17 January 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.346 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 January 1890
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Sends petition for [Civil List Pension] for the widow of Rev Miles J Berkeley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.356
Date range 18 January 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.356 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 March 1890
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Unable to attend X-Club; is meeting the Stobart family; invites Joseph Hooker to join in trip to Teneriffe
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.358
Date range 2 March 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.358 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 March 1890
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Declines invitation; unable to travel until his son is settled

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.357
Date range 3 March 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.357 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [28 March 1890]
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Notice of X-Club meeting

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.349
Date range 28 March 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.349 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 May 1890
Sent from London

Returned from Madeira; account of his trip [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 256]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.359
Date range 18 May 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.359 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 May 1890
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Has been preoccupied with family trusteeship and other business; the Royal Society presidency; flora of Oceanic Islands; award of [Darwin] Medal [to A R Wallace]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.358
Date range 19 May 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.358 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 June 1890
Sent from London

Spencer moving for reconciliation, but Huxley does not wish to renew contact
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.361
Date range 1 June 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.361 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 June 1890
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Has urged Spencer to reconciliation if only for the sake of the X-Club; his candid opinion of Spencer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.360
Date range 2 June 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.360 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 June 1890
Sent from London

Sends plant for determination; Canary Islands plants
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.363
Date range 6 June 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.363 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 June 1890
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Identifies plant as Ruscus androgynus; conduct of Spencer; a quiz on Tyndall in Punch

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.362
Date range 8 June 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.362 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 September 1890
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Delay in getting into his house; death of Lady Evans; does not wish to prolong quarrel with Spencer, but objects to being "dropped and picked up again"
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.365
Date range 26 September 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.365 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), [27 September 1890]
Sent from Worthing, Sussex

Sends letter from Hirst; sends petition [for Civil List Pension] for Sullivan's daughters; illness of friends; attitude towards Spencer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.365
Date range 27 September 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.365 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 September 1890
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Returns Hirst's letter and the petition; Spencer's lack of tact; is working on the Aryan question [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley vii, 271; Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 269, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.367
Date range 29 September 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.367 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 November 1890
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Will attend funeral of Mrs Busk
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.369
Date range 2 November 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.369 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 November 1890
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Unable to attend Mrs Busk's funeral or that of Gifford Palgrave; Palgrave's curious history; a posthumous paper by Darwin; has sent his Indian Orchids work to press [The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 346]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.365
Date range 3 November 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.365 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 November 1890
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Attended Palgrave's funeral after all

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.367
Date range 6 November 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.367 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 November 1890
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

[Rev J Estlin]. Carpenter's First Three Gospels; intends to go to Royal Society dinner; his interest in politics [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 274]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.371
Date range 29 November 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.371 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 November 1890
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Protests against Huxley's attending Royal Society dinner; Parnell and Irish politics

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.368
Date range 30 November 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.368 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 December 1890
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Did not attend Royal Society dinner; the political situation [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 275]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.373
Date range 2 December 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.373 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 January 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Intense cold; his letters on Booth in The Times [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ix, 237]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.375
Date range 4 January 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.375 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 January 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

End of the Booth conflict; will answer Gladstone and the Duke [of Argyll] [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 274, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.377
Date range 30 January 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.377 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 February 1891
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Huxley's Booth pamphlet; the Duke of Argyll's article; career of his son Reginald; Gladstone and Parnell

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.370
Date range 15 February 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.370 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 February 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

His Booth pamphlet [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ix, 188]; first edition of 2000 copies sold, sends second edition; his article on Gladstone [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley v, 393]; a "political prophet" [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry HuxleyLife and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 276, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.379
Date range 17 February 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.379 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 May 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Indisposition; Tyndall's letter in The Times; death of Archbishop Magee
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.381
Date range 6 May 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.381 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 13 May 1891
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

X-Club chaff on Huxley's "estate"; the Naval Exhibition

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.372
Date range 13 May 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.372 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 May 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

The estate [bequeathed by Anthony Rich]; wants portrait of John Richardson; the portraits in his room (sketch) [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 286]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.383
Date range 17 May 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.383 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 July 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

A visit to Tyndall and to Downe; Spencer not reconciled; his Rich property sold [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 287, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.385
Date range 3 July 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.385 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 6 July 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

"Elaborate mathematical problems" [?X-Club accounts]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.387
Date range 6 July 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.387 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 July 1891
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

A visit to Tyndall; his infirmities; visit to Williamson; despises Spencer's conduct

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.374
Date range 9 July 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.374 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 July 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Parnell; Williamson; Tyndall
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.389
Date range 10 July 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.389 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 October 1891
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Recommends Mackintosh's Book of the Garden; is preparing new edition of his Himalayan Journals and of Bentham's [Handbook of the] British Flora

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.376
Date range 10 October 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.376 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 November 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Unable to attend X-Club; is going to British Museum Trustee meeting and to Royal Society
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.391
Date range 27 November 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.391 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 13 December 1891
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Thanks for Himalayan Journals; the Megaliths of the Khasia race; domestic and family news [cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 100]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.393
Date range 13 December 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.393 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 December 1891
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

The megalithic culture of the Khasia people; has begun printing the Darwinian Index Plantarum; is procuring a medallion-portrait of Richardson

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.377
Date range 15 December 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.377 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 January 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Sends French translation of his Essays on Darwinism [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 291]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.395
Date range 11 January 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.395 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 February 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Risk of influenza; is going to X-Club [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 331]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.397
Date range 1 February 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.397 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 February 1892
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Francis Darwin's candidature for the Athenaeum

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.380
Date range 1 February 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.380 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 February 1892
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

A visit to Hirst; his mind wandering

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.381
Date range 10 February 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.381 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 February 1892
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Death of Hirst from cancer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.382
Date range 16 February 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.382 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 17 February 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Death of Hirst; called when in London but was unable to see him
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.399
Date range 17 February 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.399 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 February 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Unable to attend Hirst's funeral [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 331]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.401
Date range 19 February 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.401 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 February 1892
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Hirst's funeral; future of the X-Club; Richardson medallion has arrived

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.384
Date range 20 February 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.384 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 February 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Thanks for medallion of Richardson
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.403
Date range 24 February 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.403 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 March 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Francis Darwin and the Athenaeum
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.405
Date range 2 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.405 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 March 1892
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Francis Darwin's proposer being dead, he requires another

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.386
Date range 4 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.386 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 5 March 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Same subject as 02143 and 02144
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.407
Date range 5 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.407 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 March 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Cannot attend X-Club
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.409
Date range 9 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.409 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 March 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Fate of the X-Club; his wife's illness; a youthful philosopher [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 333]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.411
Date range 27 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.411 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 31 March 1892
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Illness of Mrs Huxley; the X-Club; has proposed Lord Kelvin to The Club; history of The Club; death of [Sir W] Bowman

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.387
Date range 31 March 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.387 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 April 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Intends to attend The Club and the election of President of the Royal Society; death of Bowman [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 332]
[This is obscure; there was no presidential election at the Royal Society in 1892]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.413
Date range 3 April 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.413 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 April 1892
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Unable to attend The Club; going to Isle of Wight; the X-Club; these clubs "an anachronism at our age"; the Royal Society and Philosophical Clubs

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.389
Date range 24 April 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.389 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 26 May 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Is going to Oxford in June; his wife's illness
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.415
Date range 26 May 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.415 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 May 1892
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Difficulties in continuing the X-Club

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.391
Date range 30 May 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.391 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 June 1892
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Is sending box of garden plants; Tyndall in good spirits; affairs of the Royal Society club

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.392
Date range 27 June 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.392 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 June 1892
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Thanks for gifts of plants; Spencer relenting; news
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.417
Date range 29 June 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.417 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 August 1892
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Sends X-Club bill; news of the surviving members

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.394
Date range 15 August 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.394 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 August 1892
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Congratulations of being made a Privy Councillor; glad to hear of Flower's honour [KCB]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.395
Date range 19 August 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.395 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 August 1892
Sent from Barmouth, North Wales

Travels in Wales; illness of Tyndall; his garden; made a Privy Councillor [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 324, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.419
Date range 20 August 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.419 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 31 December 1892
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Thanks for gift of cigars; gratified at Huxley's speech on his [Joseph Hooker's] reception of Darwin Medal; has heard from Tyndall and Spencer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.398
Date range 31 December 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.398 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 January 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Sends document for signature (not specified)

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.399
Date range 20 January 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.399 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 22 January 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

A letter to Nature about Wallace; seconds proposal for a statue of Owen [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 341, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.421
Date range 22 January 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.421 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 23 March 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Attendances at X-Club; difficulty of continuing it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.400
Date range 23 March 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.400 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 11 April 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Has had influenza; "corpus nullum"
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.423
Date range 11 April 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.423 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 April 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Working on completion of Flora of British India; Spencer "still floundering on at acquired habits, etc"; family news [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 348]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.402
Date range 16 April 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.402 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 May 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Huxley's [Romanes] lecture; Buddhism; has seen Hodgson, hale at 93

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.404
Date range 18 May 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.404 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 May 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Suggests an X-Club meeting at Hindhead

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.379
Date range 28 May 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.379 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 May 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Difficulties of proposed Hindhead meeting; is going to Oxford to visit Jowett; gardening; no news of Tyndall
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.425
Date range 29 May 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.425 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 9 July 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Illness; is going to Maloja; warnings [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 363]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.427
Date range 9 July 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.427 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 July 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Confident that Maloja will restore Huxley's health; has written in Nature on Wharton's edition of Captain Cook's journal; is about to edit Sir Joseph Banks's journal of the voyage; working on grasses for Flora of India

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.406
Date range 10 July 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.406 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 September 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Has read Huxley's Autobiography and other Essays [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley i]; has visited Hodgson; working on the completion of Flora of British India; has had a transcript of Banks's journal made; Lillie's works on Buddhism

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.320
Date range 28 September 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.320 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 October 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Has derived benefit from Maloja; has consented to write a chapter in Owen's Life; illness of Jowett and Romanes [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 364]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.429
Date range 1 October 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.429 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 October 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

The chapter on Owen; would prefer to see it published independently; death of Jowett; comments on Huxley's essays [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley i; Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 67, 349]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.408
Date range 8 October 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.408 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 20 October 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

The rupture with Herbert Spencer and its history
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.433
Date range 20 October 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.433 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 25 October 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

The Spencer affair inevitable and expected; a visit to Lubbock; met Professor Bonney there

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.410
Date range 25 October 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.410 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 October 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

The Spencer affair composed
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.435
Date range 27 October 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.435 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 29 October 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Pleased at settlement of Spencer affair; a Falkland Islands plant; reading volume ii of The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley; a possible publisher for Banks's journal

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.412
Date range 29 October 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.412 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 5 December 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Death of Tyndall; has been to discussion on Antarctic Exploration at Geographical Society; deplores the letters about Royal Society in The Times

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.413
Date range 5 December 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.413 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 8 December 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Tyndall's death; is visiting Mrs Tyndall at Hindhead at her request
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.437
Date range 8 December 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.437 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 December 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

The tragedy of Tyndall's death; distress of his wife; Seth's article on the Romanes Lecture in Blackwood; the Royal Society "in a bad way"; another Antarctic discussion at Geographical Society; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.414
Date range 10 December 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.414 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 December 1893
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Memories of the Ipswich meeting of British Association in 1851 [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 350, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.416
Date range 14 December 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.416 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 December 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Prostration of Mrs Tyndall; is writing a notice of Tyndall for Nineteenth Century
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.438
Date range 15 December 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.438 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 December 1893
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

A geographical address by Joseph Hooker; sends Nineteenth Century with his notice of Tyndall [The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 269]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.440
Date range 30 December 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.440 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 1 January 1894
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Wishes; Huxley's appreciation of Tyndall [in Nineteenth Century, January 1894]; the Collected Essays [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 350]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.417
Date range 1 January 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.417 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 3 January 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

The Tyndall article; his last moments; fur coats; his son taking up general practice
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.442
Date range 3 January 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.442 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 January 1894
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Sends a newscutting [3.420] about Spencer; history of his fur coat [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 351]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.419
Date range 28 January 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.419 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 February 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Spencer's oddity; is working on his chapter on Owen [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iv, 568]; "the things we fought for belong to antiquity" [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 373, part]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.444
Date range 4 February 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.444 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 February 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

The Club; Moseley and Dyer candidates
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.446
Date range 27 February 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.446 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 19 April 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Sends his chapter on Owen [Life of Richard Owen ii, 273; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iv, 568]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.448
Date range 10 April 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.448 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 April 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Thanks for comments on the Owen chapter
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.450
Date range 24 April 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.450 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 August 1894
Sent from Tunbridge Wells, Kent

The Oxford Meeting of the British Association [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 378]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.452
Date range 15 August 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.452 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 16 August 1894
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Lord Salisbury's British Association speech at Oxford; Huxley's Essays; family news; at work on Indian Grasses [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 311]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.421
Date range 16 August 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.421 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 2 December 1894
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Pleasure at award of Darwin Medal to Huxley, and his speech; Huxley's speech at Nature dinner; still working on Indian Grasses; completing Index Kewensis; thinks Strachey should have Royal Medal [It was awarded to him in 1897] [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 312, part]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.423
Date range 2 December 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.423 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 4 December 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

The Royal Society dinner; such efforts are now too tiring; his health and faculties [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 390]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.454
Date range 4 December 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.454 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 15 January 1895
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

The London Sanitary Protection Association; insanitary condition of many houses; Sir John Evans and the Royal Society
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.458
Date range 15 January 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.458 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 February 1895
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Has signed Murray's certificate [for Royal Society]; Pithecanthropus, "the missing link" (sketch) [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 394, part, and plate]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.460
Date range 14 February 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.460 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 27 March 1895
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Enquiries as to his health; is re-reading Japhet after 50 years; Huxley's article on Balfour

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.425
Date range 27 March 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.425 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 7 June 1895
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Hear Huxley is better; diphtheria in his family; visit to a battleship; prefers the old wooden ships [Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 357]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.427
Date range 7 June 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.427 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 10 June 1895
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

His health; sits in garden daily; honours refused by Spencer [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 401]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.462
Date range 10 June 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.462 Box Number 2 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 28 August 1895
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

[To Mrs Tyndall]. Recollections of his first meeting Huxley and Tyndall in or before 1851

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 1.250
Date range 28 August 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 1.250 Box Number 1 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 18 May 1896
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

The Bishop of Ripon's address in Nature; honourable mention of Huxley in sermon by Vicar of Heston, where Banks is buried; is editing Banks's journal; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.429
Date range 18 May 1896
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.429 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 24 October 1897
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Reminiscences of his old friend; the end of the X-Club; its surviving members; his recognition by Indian Government; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.431
Date range 24 October 1897
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.431 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Mrs Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 14 May 1899
Sent from Sunningdale, Berkshire

Thanks for gift of her Poems; family news

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.434
Date range 14 May 1899
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.434 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOOKER, (Sir) Joseph Dalton, OM, FRS (1817-1911), 30 October [1900]
Sent from Weston-super-Mare, Somerset

Thanks for gift of Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 3.436
Date range 30 October 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 3.436 Box Number 3 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOOPER, Franklin William (1851-), 3 May 1894
Sent from Brooklyn, New York, USA

Invitations to address the 43rd meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science at Brooklyn, to come as the guest and at the cost of the Association

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.197
Date range 3 May 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.197 Box Number 30 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOPKINS, William, FRS (1793-1866), 4 December 1852
Sent from Cambridge

[To Edward Forbes]. Asks for assistance in an obituary of Mantell as to his Palaeontological work; Owen's eligibility for presidency [of Geological Society] would be unfitting owing to his antagonism to Mantell, and thinks Forbes's claim far better [See HORNER, L, No 1]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.224
Date range 4 December 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.224 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOPKINS, William, FRS (1793-1866), [1 November] 1859
Sent from Cambridge

Is in agreement with Huxley's statement of opinion on the claims of David Forbes [See note to TYNDALL, J, No 85, and FRANKLAND, E, Nos 2-7]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 8.108
Date range 1 November 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 8.108 Box Number 8 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOPKINS, William, FRS (1793-1866), 2 November 1859
Sent from Cambridge

Returns Huxley's letter annotated, and comments on Forbes's views

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 8.108
Date range 2 November 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 8.108 Box Number 8 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOPKINS, William, FRS (1793-1866), 6 November 1859
Sent from Cambridge

Rejoices that the Council of the Royal Society has decided against Forbes's claim

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 8.118
Date range 6 November 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 8.118 Box Number 8 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HORNBY, (Rev) James John, DD (1826-1909), 5 November 1888
Sent from London

Is unable to attend meetings of the Governors of Eton College through ill-health, and wishes to resign
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.226
Date range 5 November 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.226 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HORNER, Leonard, FRS (1785-1864), 17 November 1852
Sent from Highgate, London

[To Edward Forbes]. Proposed by President [Hopkins] to succeed him as President of the Geological Society; would be very popular and fitting; death of Mantell; attributes the cold and unsympathetic obituary in the Literary Gazette to Owen [See HOPKINS, No 1]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.228
Date range 17 November 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.228 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HORNER, Leonard, FRS (1785-1864), 10 July 1856
Sent from Regent's Park, London

Investment of the funds [of the Forbes Memorial Subscription]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.230
Date range 10 July 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.230 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HORNER, Leonard, FRS (1785-1864), 12 June 1861
Sent from Geological Society, London

Is unable to deliver address at anniversary meeting of Geological Society in 1862, and is willing to resign; his suggested that Huxley should give the address in his place; is leaving for Italy in September
[The anniversary address was delivered by Huxley to the Geological Society in 1862, "Geological Contemporaneity and Persistent Types of Life", which was published in Lay Sermons, etc [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley viii, 272; The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 512]]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.231
Date range 12 June 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.231 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HORNER, Leonard, FRS (1785-1864), 27 February 1862
Sent from Florence, Italy

Thanks Huxley for letter giving account of his address and asks for proofs of it as soon as possible

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.232
Date range 27 February 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.232 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HORNER, Leonard, FRS (1785-1864), 21 March 1862
Sent from Florence, Italy

Has received proofs of Huxley's address and is delighted with it; Murchison's obituary of Fitton; can remember the soirees of Sir Joseph Banks

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.234
Date range 21 March 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.234 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOUGHTON, (Rev) William, FLS (1829-1895), 10 July 1884
Sent from Preston, Shropshire

The crab on the Assyrian monuments; Chaldaean origin of the signs of the Zodiac

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.235
Date range 10 July 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.235 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOWARD, George William Frederick, 7th Earl of Carlisle (1802-1864), 26 February 1863
Sent from Dublin Castle

Thanks for gift of Man's Place in Nature

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.240
Date range 26 February 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.240 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOWELL, George (1833-1910), 26 January 1880
Sent from Kennington, London

The City and Guilds movement; a discreditable attack in the Echo [See ECHO, Editor of, No 1]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.241
Date range 26 January 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.241 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOWELL, George (1833-1910), 7 July 1880
Sent from Kennington, London

Sends pamphlet; Fiske's lectures

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.243
Date range 7 July 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.243 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOWELL, George (1833-1910), 1 September 1880
Sent from Kennington, London

The death of his son; his admiration of Huxley; has hoped to send him as a pupil under Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.244
Date range 1 September 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.244 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOWELL, George (1833-1910), 28 April 1882
Sent from Hatcham Park

Death of Darwin; attended his funeral

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.246
Date range 28 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.246 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOWELL, George (1833-1910), 3 May 1882
Sent from Hatcham Park

Encloses proof of an article; Boehm's bust of Huxley, and Collier's portrait of Darwin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.247
Date range 3 May 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.247 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOWELL, George (1833-1910), 10 July 1883
Sent from Bowdon, Cheshire

Congratulations on election as President of the Royal Society; death of Darwin and Spottiswoode; Huxley's popularity in Manchester

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.249
Date range 10 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.249 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 19 November 1899
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Parabatrachus named by Owen as an Amphibian [Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London ix, 67]; now known to be a fish [Megalichthys]; a manuscript by Sparks [qv]; balance of the Memorial Fund voted to Royal College of Science

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.250
Date range 19 November 1899
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.250 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 26 November 1899
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Encloses notes on Sparks [qv] and some of Huxley's letters to himself; early anatomical work by Huxley at South Kensington; Huxley's final zoological work was on the Bony Fishes, on which he left an unfinished manuscript; details of his methods and classification; his assistance to Foster and Lankester in editing The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley; Huxley's interest and intentions in Anthropology; the Huxley Memorial [Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 447]

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.252
Date range 26 November 1899
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.252 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 5 December 1899
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Huxley and spiritualism; a reminiscence by Mivart

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.257
Date range 5 December 1899
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.257 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 14 December 1899
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Manuscript and proofs of Appendix to Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley [ii, 44]

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.259
Date range 14 December 1899
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.259 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 15 December 1899
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Sends additional matter; think that Huxley's botanical work and Bathybius should be included

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.261
Date range 15 December 1899
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.261 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 9 January 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Sends statement on Huxley's botanical work; Huxley's invention of a combination microscope

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.264
Date range 9 January 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.264 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 25 March 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Sends additional matter from Allis [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 448]

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.267
Date range 25 March 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.267 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 6 April 1900
Sent from the Linnean Society, London

Tickets for the unveiling of the Huxley Memorial [See Nature, No 2987, 744]

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.269
Date range 6 April 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.269 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 18 April 1900
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Sends additional tickets

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.271
Date range 18 April 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.271 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 28 April 1900
Sent from Chiswick, London

An exhibition of Huxley's drawings

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.273
Date range 28 April 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.273 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 20 July 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Answers queries as to E T Newton and Reay Green

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.275
Date range 20 July 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.275 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 8 October 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

The oil-painting of Huxley at the College; his notes on Huxley's botanical work

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.277
Date range 8 October 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.277 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 23 October 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

The list of works in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, Appendix iii, is defective

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.279
Date range 23 October 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.279 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 30 October 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Addenda to list of published works

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.281
Date range 30 October 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.281 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 1 November 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Encloses College of Surgeons Catalogue

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.285
Date range 1 November 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.285 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 23 November 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Corrigenda for the reprint of Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley; Chalmers Mitchell's Life of Huxley is a "pot-boiler"

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.287
Date range 23 November 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.287 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 6 December 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Sends copies of his article on Huxley for members of the family [Royal College of Science Magazine 1895]

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.290
Date range 6 December 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.290 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 17 December 1900
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Addenda and Corrigenda to Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley; appreciation of it from Dohrn

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.292
Date range 17 December 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.292 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 7 February 1901
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Asks who Huxley's eldest daughter married; is reviewing Chalmers Mitchell's Life of Huxley

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.294
Date range 7 February 1901
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.294 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), [22 May 1901]
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

[Beginning lost]. Proposal for a memorial to Huxley at Ealing; a public park suggested as the site
[The memorial finally took the form of a plaque with medallion portrait. It was erected in Ealing Public Library and unveiled 28 October 1902. See Nature, 66, 658]

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.296
Date range 22 May 1901
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.296 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 20 April 1901
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Suggests inclusion in a new edition of Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley of a poem written by Huxley to his wife

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.298
Date range 20 April 1900
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.298 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 2 August 1901
Sent from Royal College of Science, London

Is dedicating new edition of his Atlas to the memory of Huxley; another overlooked discovery

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.300
Date range 2 August 1901
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.300 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 30 August 1901
Sent from Darsham, Suffolk

Has returned from Germany, where a wish was expressed that he should write reminiscences of Huxley; an error in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.302
Date range 30 August 1901
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.302 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), 8 November 1902
Sent from Chiswick, London

Returns proofs [of new edition of Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley]; the list of publications still defective; list of papers omitted; omissions by Foster and Lankester from The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.304
Date range 8 November 1902
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.304 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to Leonard Huxley from HOWES, George Bond, FRS (1853-1905), [30 October 1902]
Sent from Chiswick, London

The Ealing memorial; imperfect report in the Standard; error in the inscription; declines to support Rationalist Press Association [Beginning lost]

[The letters of Professor Howes, Huxley's successor at the Royal College of Science, although all subsequent in date to Huxley's death, are included in this series because they are all concerned with his scientific work]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.306
Date range 30 October 1902
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.306 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOWORTH, (Sir) Henry Hoyle, FRS (1842-1923), 2 February [1893]
Sent from St Leonards [?Sussex]

Discusses matters dealt with in his recent book [The Glacial Nightmare and the Flood, 2 volumes, London, 1893]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.308
Date range 2 February 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.308 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOWSE, Richard (1821-1901), 2 February 1852
Sent from Newcastle-on-Tyne

On specimens of Eulima and the method of collecting them in the South Seas

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.312
Date range 2 February 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.312 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOZIER, (Sir) Henry Montague (1838-1907), 20 June 1866
Sent from Gorlitz, Germany

Campaigning with the German army

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.314
Date range 20 June 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.314 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HOZIER, (Sir) Henry Montague (1838-1907), 14 June [1887]
Sent from London

Thinks that science should be recognised at the Jubilee by raising Lubbock to the peerage; asks Huxley to move the Duke of Argyll to put the matter before Lord Salisbury

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.316
Date range 14 June 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.316 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUGGINS, (Sir) William, OM, FRS (1829-1910), 11 February 1874
Sent from Tulse Hill, London

Sends letter from Crookes [qv]; Wedgwood's account of the séance at which Huxley was present

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.318
Date range 11 February 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.318 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUGGINS, (Sir) William, OM, FRS (1829-1910), 6 April 1880
Sent from Tulse Hill, London

Experiments made with Kepler on howling in tune with organ-pipes

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.320
Date range 6 April 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.320 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUGGINS, (Sir) William, OM, FRS (1829-1910), 8 July 1883
Sent from Tulse Hill, London

Congratulates Huxley on his election as President of the Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.322
Date range 8 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.322 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUGHES, Thomas (1822-1896), 18 June 1858
Sent from Old Square, Lincoln Inn, London

A meeting to settle the launching of a new periodical [The Reader

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.324
Date range 18 June 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.324 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUGHES, Thomas (1822-1896), 22 November 1864
Sent from Brighton, Sussex

Organization of the Reader; Lockyer to be editor

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.326
Date range 22 November 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.326 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUGHES, Thomas McKenny, FRS (1832-1917), 1 August 1870
Sent from Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland

Sedgwick's pamphlets; geology of Westmorland

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.328
Date range 1 August 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.328 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HULKE, John Whitaker, FRS (1830-1895), 13 September 1888
Sent from Maloja, Switzerland

Asks Hulke (as Secretary) to convey to the members of the International Geological Congress [in London] his regrets at being unable to attend [See JUDD, J W, No 3]
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.330
Date range 13 September 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.330 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUMPHREY, (Sir) George Murray (1820-1896), 22 March 1866
Sent from Cambridge

Asks Huxley's support in the establishment of a Journal of Anatomy and Physiology [It first appeared in 1867]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.332
Date range 22 March 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.332 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUNT, James (1833-1869), 6 October 1866
Sent from the Anthropological Society, London

Sends proposed basis for amalgamation of Anthropological and Ethnological Societies with Huxley as President of the United Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.334
Date range 6 October 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.334 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HUNT, James (1833-1869), [9 October 1866]
Sent from [London]

Considers the union would be advantageous, but as the proposals affect him personally, Huxley declines to take part in the negotiations and had deputed Lubbock to do so
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.335
Date range 9 October 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.335 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUNT, James (1833-1869), 12 October 1866
Sent from the Anthropological Society, London

Has sent Lubbock the proposals; fears that if the union is not effected by this second attempt, it will fail entirely; should it do so, asks Huxley to become President of the Anthropological Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.339
Date range 12 October 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.339 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HUNT, James (1833-1869), 16 October 1866
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Considers the proposals quite satisfactory; but cannot entertain being President of the Anthropological Society should they fail; he would become President of the United Societies but not of either separately

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.343
Date range 16 October 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.343 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUNT, James (1833-1869), 18 October 1866
Sent from Hastings, Sussex

Acknowledges Huxley's letter and regrets his decision; the amalgamation has failed; asks Huxley to become an honorary fellow of the Anthropological Society; deeply regrets Huxley's previous resignation over the conduct of the Anthropological Review; explanations; reiterated request to Huxley to accept Honorary Fellowship [See BLAKE, C C, Nos 1-3]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.345
Date range 18 October 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.345 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HUNT, James (1833-1869), [October 1866]
Sent from [London]

Regrets failure of amalgamation; would be churlish to refuse the honour proposed; is most anxious that the Anthropological Society should play a worthy part in the science it represents

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.349
Date range October 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.349 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUNT, James (1833-1869), 31 October 1866
Sent from Manchester

Acknowledges Huxley's letter, but has since found that there are objections to electing an Englishman to honorary fellowship; appreciates co-operation of British Association

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.351
Date range 31 October 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.351 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUNT, James (1833-1869), 13 July 1867
Sent from the Anthropological Society, London

Printed announcement concerning the journal and staff of the society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.353
Date range 13 July 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.353 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUNT, James (1833-1869), 28 May 1868
Sent from Hastings, Sussex

Renewed proposals for amalgamation of Ethnological and Anthropological Societies [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 555]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 33.3
Date range 28 May 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 33.3 Box Number 33 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HUNT, James (1833-1869), 29 May 1868
Sent from London

Is ready to discuss amalgamation, but prompt action must be taken [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 556]
Draft or copy letter from Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 33.5
Date range 29 May 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 33.5 Box Number 33 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUNT, James (1833-1869), 30 May 1868
Sent from Hastings, Sussex

Sends a proposed basis for amalgamation [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 556-8]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 33.6
Date range 30 May 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 33.6 Box Number 33 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HUNT, James (1833-1869), 10 June 1868
Sent from London

Proposals have been discussed by the Council of the Ethnological Society; doubt as to financial stability of Anthropological Society [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 559]
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 33.17
Date range 10 June 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 33.17 Box Number 33 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HUNT, James (1833-1869), 15 June 1868
Sent from London

Delegates appointed by Ethnological Council with powers to arrange amalgamation [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 561]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 33.23
Date range 15 June 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 33.23 Box Number 33 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUNT, James (1833-1869), 18 September 1868
Sent from Hastings, Sussex

Asks Huxley if he would like to see his report on the failure of the amalgamation before it is sent to the printer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.355
Date range 18 September 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.355 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter from T H Huxley to HUNT, James (1833-1869), 5 October 1868
Sent from London

Cannot consider the report except in conjunction with Balfour and Hyde Clark [cf The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley iii, 561], but if permitted will send it to them [Copy of Report in 33.31]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.357
Date range 5 October 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.357 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HURST, Charles Herbert (1856-1898), 7 September 1894
Sent from Dresden, Germany

Long statement on variation and evolution by a former pupil

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.201
Date range 7 September 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.201 Box Number 30 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUTCHINSON, Louise, 8 September 1886
Sent from Vevay [Switzerland]

Appreciation of the attention given by Huxley and Mrs Huxley to her late husband during his illness [See ELLIS, G H and R]
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.359
Date range 8 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.359 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUTCHINSON, Louise, [September 1886]
Sent from Vevay [?Switzerland]

Same subject as 02275
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.361
Date range September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.361 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUTTON, Richard Holt (1826-1897), 26 October 1869
Sent from Spectator Office, London

Sends proof of article

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.363
Date range 26 October 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.363 Box Number 18 Series 1h
Letter to T H Huxley from HUTTON, Richard Holt (1826-1897), 12 July 1872
Sent from Spectator Office, London

Has sent articles to Spectator and Economist on Ayrton [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 159, ff]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.364
Date range 12 July 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.364 Box Number 18 Series 1h

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