Series 1L - Scientific and general correspondence: LACAZE-DUTHIERS - LYELL


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 LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 19 May 1859
Sent from Lille, France

Thanks for paper on Aphis [The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 26]; sends a copy of his L'Armure genitale des Insectes; asks for information on various English scientific publications
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.1
Date range 19 May 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.1 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 6 May 1860
Sent from Lille, France

Exchange of publications; has not yet seen Darwin's [Origin] of which so much is talked
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.3
Date range 6 May 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.3 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 26 October 1860
Sent from Bone (Algeria)

Has been sent to report on a fishery and has taken the opportunity thus offered to further his own studies; offers specimens

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.5
Date range 26 October 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.5 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 14 March 1861
Sent from Lot et Garonne, France

Has left Africa owing to bad weather and returned to France; has not found much of interest to Huxley, Busk or Bowerbank; difficulties of collecting in Algeria; work of Busk and Hancock; specimens obtained
Written in France

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.7
Date range 14 March 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.7 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 9 May 1866
Sent from Paris

Thanks for information; is about to set out on an expedition to complete his work
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.9
Date range 9 May 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.9 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 9 July 1872
Sent from Paris

Although he has great respect for Darwin, he cannot accept his opinions; discussion of transmutation
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.11
Date range 9 July 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.11 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 12 August 1872
Sent from Roscoff, near Morlaix, France

Greatly regrets the rejection of the nomination of Darwin from the Academie; hopes to come to Brighton [British Association]; is at a Zoological station on the coast
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.13
Date range 12 August 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.13 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 10 December 1872
Sent from Sorbonne, Paris

The station established on the coast is rich in marine organisms; communication with Hancock
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.15
Date range 10 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.15 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 1 December 1873
Sent from Sorbonne, Paris

Death of Albany Hancock; his zoological work
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.17
Date range 1 December 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.17 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 10 January 1875
Sent from Paris

Has lectured on Huxley's researches at the Sorbonne; apparatus for dissection
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.18
Date range 10 January 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.18 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 28 June 1877
Sent from London

Asks for his support in seeking admission to the Zoological Section of the Academy of Sciences, but considers Darwin has a far higher claim [See MILNE-EDWARDS, H, No 5]
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.103
Date range 28 June 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.103 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LACAZE-DUTHIERS, Felix Joseph Henri de, FMRS (1821-1901), 26 January 1879
Sent from Paris

Now that Darwin is a Corresponding Member of the Institute, will support Huxley's nomination for it [Huxley was elected in succession to von Baer in 1879]; has installed Patrick Geddes at Roscoff
Written in French

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.20
Date range 26 January 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.20 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LAING, Samuel (1812-1897), [21 November 1871]
Sent from [London]

Complaint that Owen has forestalled him in describing Keiss skulls which were submitted to Huxley for description
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.22
Date range 21 November 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.22 Box Number 18 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LAING, Samuel (1812-1897), 22 November 1871
Sent from London

A misunderstanding about the two societies - Ethnological and Anthropological - but giving no explanation of Owen's improper conduct

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.23
Date range 22 November 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.23 Box Number 18 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LAKE, C H, 3 March 1881
Sent from Kingston, Surrey

Has discussed the scheme (not specified) with Matthew Arnold who urged him to bring it before Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.27
Date range 3 March 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.27 Box Number 18 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANE-FOX, Augustus Henry, FRS (1827-1900) (In 1880 he assumed the additional surname of PITT-RIVERS), 3 September 1868
Sent from Kensington, London

Sends recommendations of the Committee [of the Ethnological Society] drawn up by Hyde Clarke

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.29
Date range 3 September 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.29 Box Number 18 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANE-FOX, Augustus Henry, FRS (1827-1900) (In 1880 he assumed the additional surname of PITT-RIVERS), 4 May [1869]
Sent from Kensington, London

Suggestions at to the proposed scheme of amalgamating the Anthropological and Ethnolological Societies

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.30
Date range 4 May 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.30 Box Number 18 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LANE-FOX, Augustus Henry, FRS (1827-1900) (In 1880 he assumed the additional surname of PITT-RIVERS), 3 June 1869
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Encloses letter from [P Martin] Duncan [qv] on proposed amalgamation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.32
Date range 3 June 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.32 Box Number 18 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANE-FOX, Augustus Henry, FRS (1827-1900) (In 1880 he assumed the additional surname of PITT-RIVERS), [4 June 1869]
Sent from [Kensington], London

Has sent Huxley's letter to Duncan and will call and discuss it. Enclosed copy of his letter [18.35]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 18.34
Date range 4 June 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 18.34 Box Number 18 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 18 December [1872]
Sent from Belsize Park, London

"Medieval folly and co-operation - jealousy" at Oxford; defects in the college system; lack of equipment for science teaching; other strictures; is going to Naples for four months

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.39
Date range 18 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.39 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 11 June [1875]
Sent from Belsize Park, London

The Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science and a proposed merger with another journal; is working on Amphioxus; anatomical details; news from Moseley [on Challenger expedition

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.45
Date range 11 June 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.45 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), c 1880
Sent from St Andrews, Scotland

Collecting Echinus and eggs of Patella; a vacant chair in Manchester; asks advice about his future career

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.48
Date range c. 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.48 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), c 1880
Sent from Manchester

Bad equipment and accommodation at Newcastle; would like an appointment at Owen's College

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.52
Date range c. 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.52 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 14 June [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

An important discovery, a Medusa, Perigrinella; asks Huxley to announce it at Royal Society; wishes to establish priority

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.54
Date range 14 June 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.54 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 18 June [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

A rumour that Allman was already working on Perigrinella and that Lankester forestalled him; announced by Mivart at Royal Botanical Society; enquired of Sowerby (the Secretary) who gave him specimens; Allman to describe it at Linnean Society but news came too late to withdraw his note in Nature

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.56
Date range 18 June 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.56 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 23 June [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Has heard from Sowerby justifying his claim to priority, but as Allman has already begun work, is writing to Nature to resign the genus in Allman's favour; regrets misunderstanding with Allman

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.60
Date range 23 June 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.60 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 25 June [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Sends note to be appended to his paper at Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.62
Date range 25 June 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.62 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 28 June [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Will retain his specific name of Sowerby but adopt Allman's genus Limnocodium; regrets the unpleasantness caused; has proof that the new animal is one of the Trachomedusae; Sowerby has provided more specimens

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.63
Date range 28 June 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.63 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 17 July [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Sends letter signed by Sowerby; all unpleasantness now at an end; Carpenter took an uncorrected proof to the Linnean Society; a breach of confidence

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.65
Date range 17 July 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.65 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 20 July [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Huxley has misunderstood his letter; recapitulation of the history of the affair; errors in his paper at the Royal Society; wishes to withdraw it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.67
Date range 20 July 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.67 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 29 November [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Will hand over Bdellostoma to Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.71
Date range 29 November 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.71 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 25 December [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Unless Huxley already intends to accept the post, he would like to apply for appointment as Fisheries Inspector; would work on Salmon disease at his laboratory in University College

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.73
Date range 25 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.73 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 30 December [1880]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Is pleased to hear that the Home Secretary is appointing Huxley Inspector of Fisheries; suggests that Huxley should urge Government to employ scientific Zoologists as advisers and researchers

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.75
Date range 30 December 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.75 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 23 January [1881]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Is disgusted by a paragraph in the Athenaeum on Huxley's appointment as Fisheries Inspector; is working at Amphiuma

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.77
Date range 23 January 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.77 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 25 May [1881]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Sends a paper on Limulus and Scorpio to be read at Royal Society and published in their Proceedings

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.79
Date range 25 May 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.79 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 17 April [1882]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Encloses copy of his letter to Sir William Harcourt resigning his appointment at Edinburgh, and giving full explanation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.122
Date range 17 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.122 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 18 April 1882
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Letter to Sir William Harcourt enclosed in No 02641

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.127
Date range 18 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.127 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 22 April 1882
Sent from [London]

Letter to the Scotsman correcting misstatements about Lankester's surrender of the Edinburgh appointment
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.81
Date range 22 April 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.81 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 12 October [1883]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Has been agitating for establishment of a Marine Laboratory and observes that Huxley has advocated a Royal Fisheries Society; the Southport meeting of the British Association

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.83
Date range 12 October 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.83 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 20 November [1883]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Has found Brookes's Report of the Commissioners of Maryland, 1880; contains information as to oyster grounds; Dr [Rutger] Horst of Leiden Museum would send embryonic specimens

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.85
Date range 20 November 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.85 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 19 June 1884
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Writes as Secretary announcing Huxley's election as President of the Marine Biological Association

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.87
Date range 19 June 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.87 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 8 November [1885]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Gratification at being awarded Royal Medal; gratitude for the inspiration and help of Huxley in his scientific career

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.88
Date range 8 November 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.88 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 8 December [1885]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Treasury has made a grant to the Marine Biological Association; wishes to appoint [Walter] Heape of Cambridge Resident Superintendent

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.90
Date range 8 December 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.90 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 15 March 1886
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

[To President of Board of Trade; copy in Huxley's handwriting]. Asks President to receive a deputation from Marine Biological Association to urge their views on ensuring a scientific character to the Fisheries Department of the Board

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.146
Date range 15 March 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.146 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 26 March 1886
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Sends draft letter to the Board of Trade for Huxley's approval as President

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.92
Date range 26 March 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.92 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 21 May 1886
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Council of Marine Biological Association has settled contracts for building; hopes Huxley will preside at annual meeting, and will lay foundation-stone

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.94
Date range 21 May 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.94 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 21 May 1886
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Sends draft memorandum to the Board of Trade signed by various naturalists and asks Huxley to be party if he agrees in principle with it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.96
Date range 21 May 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.96 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 25 May 1886
Sent from Ilkley, Yorkshire

Has already explained fully his views on the organization of the Fishery Department, and does not wish to introduce ambiguity by signing the memorandum, lest by agreement in principle he be entrapped in approval of details which may objectionable; considers administration and scientific investigation should be kept distinct, and would oppose any scheme that combines them
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.98
Date range 25 May 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.98 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 26 May [1886]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Expounds his views on "administration" and "scientific investigation", citing as instances the directorship of the Natural History Museum and Kew

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.100
Date range 26 May 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.100 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 9 September 1886
Sent from Felixstowe, Suffolk

Council of Marine Biological Association desire to fix a date for the laying of the foundation-stone at Plymouth by Huxley; considers such a ceremony would not attract local support and might be allowed to lapse, the opening ceremony of the completed building being a better occasion

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.104
Date range 9 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.104 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), [10 September 1886]
Sent from [London]

If Council consider that the formal ceremony should be postponed until completion of buildings, he agrees; but if any alteration of present arrangements is made, it will be necessary to call a meeting
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.106
Date range 10 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.106 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 12 September [1886]
Sent from Felixstowe, Suffolk

Has summoned Council meeting and explained his views to some of the members

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.107
Date range 12 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.107 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 15 June [1887]
Sent from Wellington Mansions [?London]

Will send proof of Marine Biological Association report; wishes to fix a day for Government Grant Committee

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.109
Date range 15 June 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.109 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 10 January [1888]
Sent from Grove End Road [?London]

A letter from Heape to be considered by Marine Biological Association Council; his post on the BMA to be terminated; illness of Moseley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.111
Date range 10 January 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.111 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 28 April [1888]
Sent from Grove End Road [?London]

Wishes Huxley to make application to Treasury to present Challenger reports to the Marine Biological Association

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.115
Date range 28 April 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.115 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 26 May [1888]
Sent from Grove End Road [?London]

Small fish and immature specimens of larger ones; Treasury grant to Scotch Fishery Board far greater than that to Marine Biological Association; thinks the two should be in the same position

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.119
Date range 26 May 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.119 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 16 June [1888]
Sent from Grove End Road [?London]

Enquires result of Huxley's application to Treasury for Challenger reports

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.121
Date range 16 June 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.121 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 5 December [1888]
Sent from Grove End Road [?London]

Thanks Huxley for proposing him at the Athenaeum; is trying to obtain the post at Oxford lately held by Moseley [Linacre Professorship]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.123
Date range 5 December 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.123 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 7 December [1888]
Sent from Grove End Road [?London]

Will take Huxley's advice as to Oxford; the selection board

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.125
Date range 7 December 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.125 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 7 January [1889]
Sent from Grove End Road [?London]

A Committee Report [?Government Grants]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.127
Date range 7 January 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.127 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 24 May [1889]
Sent from Grove End Road [?London]

The British Association; Roux's Croonian Lecture [Proceedings of the Royal Society xlvi]; the journal of the Marine Biological Association

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.129
Date range 24 May 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.129 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 30 May [1889]
Sent from Half Moon Street [?London]

Oxford to elect [The Linacre Professor] in June; the memorial initiated by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.131
Date range 30 May 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.131 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 2 July [1889]
Sent from Half Moon Street [?London]

Has been elected at Oxford; attributes his success to Huxley's intervention

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.133
Date range 2 July 1889
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.133 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 24 February 1890
Sent from [London]

[Written on back of printed letter from the Marine Biological Association to the Treasury, dated August 1889]. Was unaware of the letter owing to absence from England, but would never have sanctioned it as being certain to meet with refusal, as indeed it did; resigns the Presidency
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.135
Date range 24 February 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.135 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 24 February [1890]
Sent from Half Moon Street [?London]

Regrets Huxley's decision and thinks Council of Marine Biological Association will urge him to reconsider it; the origin of the letter to the Treasury [End lost]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.137
Date range 24 February 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.137 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 26 February 1890
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

States fully the grounds of his disagreement
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.139
Date range 26 February 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.139 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 1 March [1890]
Sent from Half Moon Street [?London]

Much upset by Huxley's resignation; Marine Biological Association needs funds to carry on its work; justifies action of the Council in applying to the Treasury; lack of funds

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.143
Date range 1 March 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.143 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 2 March 1890
Sent from [Eastbourne], Sussex

Huxley's reply; disclaims responsibility for the Marine Biological's Association's difficulties

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.149
Date range 2 March 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.149 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 8 March [1890]
Sent from Half Moon Street [?London]

The Council built a large laboratory with Treasury approval, and with the object of results of economic value; Council to meet and consider the matter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.150
Date range 8 March 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.150 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 29 January [1891]
Sent from Oxford

Oxford medical teaching and its defects [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 282]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.152
Date range 29 January 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.152 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 4 April [1892]
Sent from Oxford

Huxley's proposals for a new university in London; criticisms of it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.156
Date range 4 April 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.156 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 11 April 1892
Sent from [Eastbourne], Sussex

Comparison of medieval and modern universities
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.148
Date range 11 April 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.148 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 27 July [1892]
Sent from Oxford

A controversy with W T Stead; London University examinations

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.158
Date range 27 July 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.158 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), [September 1892]
Sent from Hertford Street [?London]

Convalescence from illness; congratulates Huxley on becoming a Privy Councillor

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.160
Date range September 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.160 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 26 December 1894
Sent from Bembridge, Isle of Wight

Greetings; shares Huxley's disapproval of a proposed Darwinian Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.162
Date range 26 December 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.162 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Leonard Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 31 January 1898
Sent from London

Volume i of The Selected Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley will contain a portrait of Huxley in 1856; wants a signature of same date to reproduce below it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.164
Date range 31 January 1898
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.164 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Leonard Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 14 February [1898]
Sent from London

Sends Huxley's letters to him for use in Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.166
Date range 14 February 1898
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.166 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Leonard Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 25 February [1898]
Sent from London

Sends further letters

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.168
Date range 25 February 1898
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.168 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LANKESTER, (Sir) Edwin Ray, FRS (1847-1929), 8 July [1907]
Sent from Hare Park, Cambridgeshire

Thanks for her congratulations on his KCB

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.170
Date range 8 July 1907
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.170 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LATHAM, Robert Gordon (1812-1888), nd
Sent from 29 U[pper] S[eymour] S[treet] [London]

Notice of intended call

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.172
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.172 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LATHROP, George Parsons (1851-1908), 21 September 1876
Sent from Cambridge, Mass, USA

Asks Huxley for an article for the Atlantic Monthly [of which he was assistant editor]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.173
Date range 21 September 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.173 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LAW, J W C, 13 May 1853
Sent from King's College London

Informing Huxley that his candidature has been unsuccessful, Dr Beale having been appointed Professor of Physiology

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.175
Date range 13 May 1853
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.175 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LAWRENCE, (Sir) John Hamilton, 2nd Baron (1846-1913), [1870]
Sent from London

Deputation from British Association on Science in Elementary Education

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.79
Date range 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.79 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LAWRENCE, (Sir) John Hamilton, 2nd Baron (1846-1913), 6 January 1872
Sent from London

Resignation from London School Board
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.176
Date range 6 January 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.176 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LAWRENCE, (Sir) John Hamilton, 2nd Baron (1846-1913), 9 January 1872
Sent from London

Will not immediately report Huxley's letter to the Board in the hope that he may be able to return to the London School Board [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 349]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.178
Date range 9 January 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.178 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LAWRENCE, (Sir) William, Bart, FRS (1783-1867), 30 January 1866
Sent from Whitehall Place, London

Recommends Thomson for admission to Athenaeum; he has just been appointed Surgeon to the King of the Belgians

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.179
Date range 30 January 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.179 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LAWRENCE, (Sir) William, Bart, FRS (1783-1867), 24 January 1867
Sent from Whitehall Place, London

Thanks for gift of Elementary Physiology

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.180
Date range 24 January 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.180 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LAWRENCE - [Partner in GOODE & LAWRENCE, Navy Agents], 12 October 1849
Sent from Rattlesnake, Cape York

Banking affairs
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.181
Date range 12 October 1849
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.181 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from "LEAMINGTON COURIER", Editor of the, [October 1871]
Sent from [London]

Denial of false statements regarding Huxley's lectures made by Dr O'Callaghan

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.169
Date range October 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.169 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from "LEAMINGTON COURIER", Editor of the, [November 1871]
Sent from [London]

Rejoinder to Dr O'Callaghan's reply [See also CHAMBERLAIN, J H, No 1 and GASSIOT, J P, Nos 1, 2]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.172
Date range November 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.172 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 25 December nd
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

A Kensington site available which may be suitable for the Technical Education Committee

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.182
Date range 25 December
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.182 Box Number 2 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 25 May 1877
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Thanks for gift of book [probably American Addresses]; encloses a passage from Locke; presents new edition of European Morals

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 2.184
Date range 25 May 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 2.184 Box Number 2 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 9 June 1877
Sent from Onslow Gardens [?London]

Unable to accept invitation; is going to Holland

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.186
Date range 9 June 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.186 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 7 January 1878
Sent from Onslow Gardens [?London]

Thanks for gift of Hume; observations thereon

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.187
Date range 7 January 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.187 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 20 May 1880
Sent from Onslow Gardens [?London]

Acceptance of invitation; has just returned from the Continent

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.189
Date range 20 May 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.189 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 3 December 1890
Sent from Onslow Gardens [?London]

Keary's works; Irish History; Gladstone and the Gadarene Swine

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.190
Date range 3 December 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.190 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 20 January 1891
Sent from Onslow Gardens [?London]

Thanks for gift of book

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.191
Date range 20 January 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.191 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 19 June 1892
Sent from Onslow Gardens [?London]

Thanks for gift [of Essays on Controverted Questions]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.192
Date range 19 June 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.192 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 23 May 1893
Sent from Onslow Gardens [?London]

Thanks for gift of Essays [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley i]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.193
Date range 23 May 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.193 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 9 July 1869
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Introduces William Appleton [American publisher]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.249
Date range 9 July 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.249 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), 4 October 1894
Sent from Onslow Gardens [?London]

Thanks for gift of Essays [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ii-ix]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.194
Date range 4 October 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.194 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LECKY, William Edward Hartpole, OM, FBA (1838-1903), nd
Sent from Albemarle Street [?London]

Thanks for tickets for Huxley's lectures [Course not specified]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.195
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.195 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEFEVRE, George John Shaw, 1st Baron Eversley (1831-1928), 2 January 1867
Sent from Paris

French criticisms on certain clauses of the Fisheries Convention

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.196
Date range 2 January 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.196 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEFEVRE, George John Shaw, 1st Baron Eversley (1831-1928), 12 January 1867
Sent from Paris

Same subject as 02707

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.199
Date range 12 January 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.199 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEFEVRE, George John Shaw, 1st Baron Eversley (1831-1928), 24 October 1894
Sent from London

Has revisited Grimsby, which he had not seen since the Fisheries Commission meeting in 1863; growth of the town and fisheries

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.201
Date range 24 October 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.201 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEIBBRANDT, Charles Hermann, 17 June 1895
Sent from Longsight

Sends his work This Age of Ours; regrets Huxley's article in Nineteenth Century, Mar 1890 did not appear in time to be utilized [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley ix, 147]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.203
Date range 17 June 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.203 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEITNER, Henry Gottlieb William (1840-1899), 24 February 1892
Sent from Woking, Surrey

"General" Booth in India; invites Huxley to write an article thereon for Asiatic Quarterly Review

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.205
Date range 24 February 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.205 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LENHOSSEK, Josef (1818-1888), 17 November 1857
Sent from London

Researches on central nervous system; his preparations in the hand of Queckett; invites Huxley to inspect them
[This letter is written in Latin, beginning: "Ignarus linguae anglicanae ad latinam confugo". Lenhossek was Professor of Anatomy in one of the Austrian Universities]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.207
Date range 17 November 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.207 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LESLIE, Thomas Edward Cliffe (1827-1888), 13 December [c 1880]
Sent from London

The Study of Political Economy

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.208
Date range c. 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.208 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEVESON-GOWER, Granville George, 2nd Earl Granville (1815-1891), 28 August 1860
Sent from Council Office [?London]

[To Lord Carlisle]. Had appointed Lynch to Catholic Inspectorship before receiving recommendations in his favour from Lord Carlisle and Matthew Arnold

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.215
Date range 28 August 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.215 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LEVESON-GOWER, Granville George, 2nd Earl Granville (1815-1891), [13 June 1861]
Sent from [London]

Long statement on the increasing efficiency and usefulness of the School of Mines
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.56
Date range 13 June 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.56 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LEVESON-GOWER, Granville George, 2nd Earl Granville (1815-1891), [12 August 1869]
Sent from [London]

Suggestions for obtaining a uniform series of ethnological photographs of natives of the Colonies
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.75
Date range 12 August 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.75 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEVESON-GOWER, Granville George, 2nd Earl Granville (1815-1891), 5 March 1874
Sent from London

Thanks for gift of book [One of Huxley's, but not specified]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.210
Date range 5 March 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.210 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEVESON-GOWER, Granville George, 2nd Earl Granville (1815-1891), 25 July 1883
Sent from Foreign Office, London

Asks Huxley to accept Crown Nomination to the Senate of London University

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.211
Date range 25 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.211 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LEVESON-GOWER, Granville George, 2nd Earl Granville (1815-1891), [25 July 1883]
Sent from [London]

Would be happy to accept, but has too many engagements to be a useful member; leaves it to Lord Granville to decide
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.212
Date range 25 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.212 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEVESON-GOWER, Granville George, 2nd Earl Granville (1815-1891), 25 July 1883
Sent from London

Will write to Sir William Harcourt making the recommendation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.213
Date range 25 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.213 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEVY, Arthur, 26 June 1888
Sent from New York, USA

Request for autograph by an admirer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.216
Date range 26 June 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.216 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEWES, George Henry (1817-1878), 19 February [1858]
Sent from Richmond [?Surrey]

Values Huxley's opinion on his biological work; thanks for papers

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.218
Date range 19 February 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.218 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEWES, George Henry (1817-1878), [c 1858]
Sent from Richmond [?Surrey]

Thanks for papers; compares Huxley's conclusions to those of Leukhart

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.219
Date range c. 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.219 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEWES, George Henry (1817-1878), [c 1865]
Sent from Fortnightly Review Office [?London]

Permission to republish article(s) from Fortnightly Review

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.220
Date range c. 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.220 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LEWES, William Price (1813-1890), 2 January 1871
Sent from London

Recommends Nassau Senior for Chief Secretaryship of Education Board

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.221
Date range 2 January 1871
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.221 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LIDDELL, V F O, 2 February 1881
Sent from Home Office, London

Encloses official appointment as Inspector of Fisheries

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.121
Date range 2 February 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.121 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LINTON, Eliza Lynn (1822-1890), 11 November 1868
Sent from London

Wishes Huxley to urge the claims of women to be admitted to meetings of the Ethnological Society; long and interesting letter on women's position in intellectual and ordinary society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.223
Date range 11 November 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.223 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LIVERSIDGE, Archibald, FRS (1847-1927), 30 July 1881
Sent from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Delay in sending medal [Clarke Medal of the Royal Society of New South Wales awarded to Huxley in 1880]; thanks for gift of Philosophical Transactions by Royal Society in London

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.227
Date range 30 July 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.227 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LLANO, A, 10 December 1891
Sent from New York, USA

Sends his magazine El Pensa Contemporareo containing a Spanish translation of Huxley's article 'Lights of the Church' [Nineteenth Century July 1890, The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley iv, 201] and part of Duke of Argyll's reply

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.229
Date range 10 December 1891
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.229 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOCH, Henry Brougham, 1st Baron (1827-1900), 2 February 1888
Sent from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Invites Huxley as the guest of Government House to visit the Melbourne Exhibition

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.232
Date range 2 February 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.232 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), c 1863
Sent from [London]

Ramsey and Lubbock will help in a scheme [? For the foundation of a scientific journal]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.234
Date range c. 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.234 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 10 February 1864
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

A communication from Professor Beale [? In the Reader]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.236
Date range 10 February 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.236 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 14 February [1864]
Sent from London

Origin and development of the Reader

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.237
Date range 14 February 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.237 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 25 November 1864
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Suggests that Norman should superintend [scientific matters] in the Reader office
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.239
Date range 25 November 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.239 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 5 July [1864]
Sent from London

Will sign Waller's certificate at the Savile [club]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.241
Date range 5 July 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.241 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 22 August 1865
Sent from Littlehampton, Sussex

Has done nothing about an obituary of Sir William Hooker for the Reader; suggests Oliver or Thomson; would be sorry to see the Reader in the hands of Bendyshe
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.242
Date range 22 August 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.242 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 29 August 1865
Sent from Littlehampton, Sussex

Will vote for Dixon if he comes forward as MP for Marylebone, but does not agree with his methods and will not join his committee
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.244
Date range 29 August 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.244 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 8 July 1866
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

A copy of the Report (not specified) will be sent to Saturday Review
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.246
Date range 8 July 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.246 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 21 November 1868
Sent from London

Invitation to meet Youmans, the American editor
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.248
Date range 21 November 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.248 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 16 July [1870]
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Introduces a polyglot linguist who may be useful to make translations for Nature
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.250
Date range 16 July 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.250 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 8 October 1870
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Death of Miller [William Allen Miller, FRS]; controversy with Bastian
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.252
Date range 8 October 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.252 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 18 November 1872
Sent from London

Has not heard of a project of a "Circumnavigation repast" [for the Challenger staff]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.254
Date range 18 November 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.254 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 24 November 1872
Sent from London

Hooker's reply to Owen's attack, "a mass of lies and suppressions"; Nature should not be the vehicle for scurrilous libels [See HOOKER, J D, Nos 173-179]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.255
Date range 24 November 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.255 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 4 December 1872
Sent from London

Carruther's letter; suggests sending a proof to Hooker, so that a simultaneous reply could appear in Nature
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.257
Date range 4 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.257 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 28 December 1872
Sent from London

A sub-editor for Nature
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.258
Date range 28 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.258 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 23 May 1873
Sent from London

An article on Tyndall's Forms of Water; printer's errors
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.259
Date range 23 May 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.259 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 4 August 1873
Sent from London

Asks for Huxley's address to send him the Report of the Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.261
Date range 4 August 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.261 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 12 October 1873
Sent from London

Will sign the memorial in favour of Mrs Day

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.262
Date range 12 October 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.262 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 29 September 1874
Sent from St Andrews, Scotland

Is returning and wishes to see Lockyer
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.264
Date range 29 September 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.264 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 31 January 1875
Sent from London

Meeting with Lord Lansdowne
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.266
Date range 31 January 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.266 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 3 February 1875
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Sends paragraph for basis of discussion with Lord Lansdowne
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.267
Date range 3 February 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.267 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 13 August 1875
Sent from Morpeth, Northumberland

Sends two communications for Nature; one consists of letters from Miklucho-Maclay to Dohrn about a Zoological Station in Malaya
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.268
Date range 13 August 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.268 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 20 April 1876
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

A leader in The Times inspired by Perry, and Huxley's reply
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.270
Date range 20 April 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.270 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 28 May 1876
Sent from South Kensington, London

Cannot have anything ready [for publication] owing to preoccupation with examinations
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.272
Date range 28 May 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.272 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 12 October 1876
Sent from South Kensington, London

Sends his Baltimore Address for publication
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.273
Date range 12 October 1876
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.273 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 3 June 1878
Sent from South Kensington, London

Publication of his Harvey Centenary Speech in Nature
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.274
Date range 3 June 1878
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.274 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 24 February 1879
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Lockyer elected to Athenaeum
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.276
Date range 24 February 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.276 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 12 September 1881
Sent from Grasmere, Westmorland

Asks why no notice was taken of his lecture in the report of the British Association [at York] in Nature
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.277
Date range 12 September 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.277 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 14 September 1881
Sent from Grasmere, Westmorland

Same subject as 02759
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.278
Date range 14 September 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.278 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 3 January 1882
Sent from London

Name and address of a person who wants an order to visit the Arsenal
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.280
Date range 3 January 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.280 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 29 June 1883
Sent from South Kensington, London

Burial of Spottiswoode in the Abbey
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.282
Date range 29 June 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.282 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 11 July 1883
Sent from South Kensington, London

F Darwin sends a cheque for the Darwin Memorial Fund from Finland
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.283
Date range 11 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.283 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 12 July 1883
Sent from Nature Office, London

Acceptance of invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.284
Date range 12 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.284 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 16 July 1883
Sent from London

Thinks the Finnish gift to the Darwin Fund should be noticed in Nature; total now 3,300
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.285
Date range 16 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.285 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 22 November 1883
Sent from London

Wants a summary of the work of the Caroline Islands observatory for his address [at Royal Society]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.286
Date range 22 November 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.286 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), [December 1883]
Sent from London

Press reports of his address
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.287
Date range December 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.287 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 10 July 1887
Sent from Brighton, Sussex

In bad health and spirits
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.289
Date range 10 July 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.289 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 6 November 1887
Sent from Hastings, Sussex

Stokes a Parliamentary candidate; considers that a political President of the Royal Society should resign the chair
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.291
Date range 6 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.291 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 10 November 1887
Sent from London

Deplores political influence in the Royal Society
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.293
Date range 10 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.293 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 13 November 1887
Sent from Hastings, Sussex

Sends article "drawn mild but with a head to it" [A leading article in Nature]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.295
Date range 13 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.295 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 14 November 1887
Sent from London

Thinks Huxley's article splendid ['On Politics and the Royal Society']

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.296
Date range 14 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.296 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 27 November 1887
Sent from London

Letters in Nature illustrate the dangers of political presidency; they should be answered [Signature cut off]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.297
Date range 27 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.297 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 28 November 1887
Sent from London

Sympathy in his bereavement; the political question will be reopened in Nature

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.299
Date range 28 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.299 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 19 December 1887
Sent from St Leonards, Sussex

More letters in Nature
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.300
Date range 19 December 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.300 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 2 February 1888
Sent from Bournemouth, Hampshire

Has written to Lubbock and Evans about Donnelly [He was a candidate for the Athenaeum Club]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.301
Date range 2 February 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.301 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 8 February [1888]
Sent from London

All goes well for Donnelly; Huxley's letter to the Duke [of Argyll]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.303
Date range 8 February 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.303 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 14 February [1888]
Sent from London

Result of the election; Donnelly successful; Lord Aberdare presided

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.305
Date range 14 February 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.305 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 15 February 1888
Sent from Bournemouth, Hampshire

Delighted at the election result; good offices of Lord Aberdare
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.307
Date range 15 February 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.307 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 14 June [1888]
Sent from London

Invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.309
Date range 14 June 1888
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.309 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 22 August 1892
Sent from Barmouth, North Wales

[Subject unintelligible]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.310
Date range 22 August 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.310 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 7 December 1892
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

A matter requiring a judicial editorial in Nature [concerning the Royal Society]
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.311
Date range 7 December 1892
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.311 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 19 January 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Thinks the award of the Hayden Medal by Philadelphia University should be noticed in Nature
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.313
Date range 19 January 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.313 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 18 October 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

An introductory article for the 51st Volume of Nature
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.314
Date range 18 October 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.314 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 19 October 1894
Sent from London

Article to be of same length as that prefixed to volume 1

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.316
Date range 19 October 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.316 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 28 October 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Sends article; does not wish to attack Lord Salisbury
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.318
Date range 28 October 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.318 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), nd
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

The College Museum; letters from Davies and Seeley
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.320
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.320 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), nd
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

Editing a presidential address
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.322
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.322 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 7 February nd
Sent from London

Accepts invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.324
Date range 7 February
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.324 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 10 March nd
Sent from London

Accepts invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.325
Date range 10 March
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.325 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 7 July nd
Sent from London

Regrets at missing a meeting

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.327
Date range 7 July
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.327 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), 22 October nd
Sent from London

Enquires about Huxley's health

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.328
Date range 22 October
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.328 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), nd
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Has sent an article by Foster
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.329
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.329 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOCKYER, (Sir) Joseph Norman, FRS (1836-1920), nd
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Has no objection to the production of a document (nature not stated)
Original letter, signed, by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 21.331
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 21.331 Box Number 21 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LODGE, (Sir) Oliver Joseph, FRS (1851-1940), 17 July 1893
Sent from Liverpool

Recollections of a misunderstanding of 17 years ago

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.1
Date range 17 July 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.1 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LODGE, (Sir) Oliver Joseph, FRS (1851-1940), 15 October 1893
Sent from Liverpool

Thanks for friendly letter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.3
Date range 15 October 1893
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.3 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LONGLEY, Alcander (1832-1918), 31 December 1890
Sent from St Louis [?Missouri, USA]

Has read Huxley's letters to The Times on "General" Booth and sends copy of his paper The Altruist

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.4
Date range 31 December 1890
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.4 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LONGMAN, Charles James (1852-1934), 19 June 1894
Sent from London

Sends a copy of Andrew Lang's Cock Lane and Common Sense

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.5
Date range 19 June 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.5 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LONGMAN, Charles James (1852-1934), 25 June 1894
Sent from Eastbourne, Sussex

Seems to be out of Lang's "good books"; thanks for the book sent
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.7
Date range 25 June 1894
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.7 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LONGMAN, William (1813-1877), 8 March 1852
Sent from London

Regrets his firm cannot undertake publication of a translation of Siebold's work
[Probably Tape and Cystic Worms, translated by Huxley and published by another firm in 1858]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.9
Date range 8 March 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.9 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LONGMAN, William (1813-1877), 19 November 1852
Sent from London

Would like to discuss the proposed translation of Kolliker's Microscopic Anatomy
[Translated by Huxley and George Busk, 1853]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.11
Date range 19 November 1852
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.11 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOUIS, Rosa, 17 July 1875
Sent from London

Asks for autograph

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.12
Date range 17 July 1875
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.12 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOVEN, Otto Christian (1835-1904), 23 December 1877
Sent from Stockholm, Sweden

Recollections of a visit to Huxley in 1866; the Swedish Educational system and its defects; a committee to confer with the Government

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.13
Date range 23 December 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.13 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOVEN, Sven Ludwig (1809-1895), 30 October 1868
Sent from Stockholm, Sweden

Saurian remains found by Nordenskiold at Spitzbergen [Norway] offered to Huxley for examination and publication

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.17
Date range 30 October 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.17 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOVEN, Sven Ludwig (1809-1895), 20 January 1869
Sent from Stockholm, Sweden

Studying Echinoderms recent and fossil; wants specimens for comparison; names certain specimens published by Forbes; a request made to Murchison was ignored

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.19
Date range 20 January 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.19 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOVEN, Sven Ludwig (1809-1895), 19 March 1869
Sent from Stockholm, Sweden

Specimens lent by Huxley from the Jermyn Street Museum have arrived safely

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.20
Date range 19 March 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.20 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWE, Robert, 1st Viscount Sherbrooke (1811-1892), 11 February 1865
Sent from Lowndes Square [?London]

Accepts invitation to a dinner and will speak

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.21
Date range 11 February 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.21 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOWE, Robert, 1st Viscount Sherbrooke (1811-1892), 4 May 1872
Sent from the Athenaeum, London

The Treasury decision most unsatisfactory both to Hooker and to the scientific world in the Ayrton affair [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, chapter 35]; gratitude for his friendly attitude
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.22
Date range 4 May 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.22 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, Augustus (1830-1900), 17 March 1887
Sent from Boston, Mass, USA

[To Dr Asa Gray]. Commission him to request Huxley to lecture at the Lowell Institute

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.26
Date range 17 March 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.26 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOWELL, Frances (nee Dunlop, 2nd wife of J R Lowell), 25 February [1883]
Sent from Lowndes Square [?London]

Dress for a Royal Drawing Room

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.27
Date range 25 February 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.27 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 27 August 1880
Sent from US Legation

Has received from US Government draft of proposed Copyright Treaty between US and England, promoted by American publishers and authors, and desires to know view of those of England

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.29
Date range 27 August 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.29 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 2 November 1880
Sent from London

Points out certain objections to the scheme
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.30
Date range 2 November 1880
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.30 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 15 February 1881
Sent from Lowndes Square [?London]

Acceptance of invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.32
Date range 15 February 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.32 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 2 June 1882
Sent from Legation

Invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.33
Date range 2 June 1882
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.33 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 7 May 1883
Sent from Legation

Encloses letter from Lord Kenmare [qv] granting an exception to usual procedure at Royal Drawing Room

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.34
Date range 7 May 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.34 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 4 July 1883
Sent from Lowndes Square [?London]

Invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.35
Date range 4 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.35 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 9 November 1883
Sent from Legation

Invitation; congratulations on election as President of the Royal Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.36
Date range 9 November 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.36 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 12 November 1883
Sent from Paris

Accepts invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.38
Date range 12 November 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.38 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 19 November 1883
Sent from Lowndes Square [?London]

Asks for a history of the Royal Society and list of Fellows

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.40
Date range 19 November 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.40 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 28 November 1883
Sent from Lowndes Square [?London]

Returns books

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.41
Date range 28 November 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.41 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 13 December 1883
Sent from Lowndes Square [?London]

Invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.42
Date range 13 December 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.42 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 19 February 1884
Sent from Lowndes Square [?London]

Invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.43
Date range 19 February 1884
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.43 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 22 April 1886
Sent from Clarges Street [?London]

Accepts invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.44
Date range 22 April 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.44 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LOWELL, James Russell (1819-1891), 23 May 1887
Sent from Radnor Place [?London]

News of her daughter in America

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.45
Date range 23 May 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.45 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOYD, Samuel Jones, 1st Baron Overstone (1796-1883), 12 October 1864
Sent from [London]

Having proposed the Bishop of Natal as a visitor to the Club, he resents Lord Overstone having spoken with heat on the matter and having quitted the chair
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.47
Date range 12 October 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.47 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LOYD, Samuel Jones, 1st Baron Overstone (1796-1883), 13 October 1864
Sent from [London]

Presided at committee meeting [of the Athenaeum] on the understanding that nothing relating to the Bishop of Natal should be discussed; as this matter did arise, however, he vacated the chair

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.49
Date range 13 October 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.49 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LOYD, Samuel Jones, 1st Baron Overstone (1796-1883), 14 October 1864
Sent from [London]

Disclaims any intention of limiting the powers of the Chairman, but challenges his right to pronounce from the chair a censure on the other members of the Club
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.51
Date range 14 October 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.51 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 4 December 1856
Sent from Mansion House Street [London]

Agamic reproduction of Zooids

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.53
Date range 4 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.53 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 8 December 1856
Sent from High Elms

Agamic reproduction of Zooids

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.54
Date range 8 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.54 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), [9 December 1856]
Sent from [High Elms] [Beckenham, Kent]

Embryo of Daphnia; is anxious to see Siebold's paper [Beginning lost]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.55
Date range 9 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.55 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 10 December 1856
Sent from Mansion House Street [?London]

Sends messenger for Siebold's paper; wishes to discuss new research

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.56
Date range 10 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.56 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 15 December 1856
Sent from Mansion House Street [?London]

Thanks for Siebold's paper and for advice on his own paper; development of Crustacea

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.57
Date range 15 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.57 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 19 December 1856
Sent from Mansion House Street [?London]

Asks permission to quote Huxley's opinion in his paper

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.60
Date range 19 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.60 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 28 February 1861
Sent from [London]

Memorial to Dr Temple on Essays and Reviews

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.61
Date range 28 February 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.61 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 7 June 1865
Sent from Lombard Street, London

Agrees to whatever Huxley and Busk may recommend to clear up the misunderstanding with Lyell [See LYELL, Nos 52-59]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.64
Date range 7 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.64 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 9 June 1865
Sent from Lombard Street, London

Will amend his book in accordance with the suggested plan

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.110
Date range 9 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.110 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 2 August 1866
Sent from Lombard Street, London

Plans for British Association meeting at Nottingham; Alfred Russell Wallace; Busk's "irresponsible pugnacity"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.65
Date range 2 August 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.65 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 16 September 1866
Sent from High Elms, Beckenham, Kent

Encloses papers from Hunt on the proposed amalgamation of the Anthropological and Ethnological Societies [See CLARKE, HYDE, No 1 and section IV, 2]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.67
Date range 16 September 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.67 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 16 April [1869]
Sent from High Elms, Beckenham, Kent

Invites Huxley to dinner of a new club to discuss metaphysical and theological subjects; list of members

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.68
Date range 16 April 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.68 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 4 July 1869
Sent from High Elms, Beckenham, Kent

Has been asked to lecture at Edinburgh [for Cranbrook, qv]; asks Huxley for his advice as to whether he ought to do so

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.70
Date range 4 July 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.70 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 18 July [1872]
Sent from House of Commons, London

[To Spottiswoode]. The Ayrton affair [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker i, chapter 35]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.72
Date range 18 July 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.72 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 30 July 1872
Sent from House of Commons, London

Copies of three letters to Hooker on the same subject as 02841

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.74-79
Date range 30 July 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.74-79 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 13 December 1872
Sent from Lombard Street, London

Asks Huxley to take the chair at the Council of the Anthropological Society for electing President and Council, suggests Evans as President and gives list of proposed Council

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.80
Date range 13 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.80 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 19 December 1872
Sent from Lombard Street, London

Regrets result of voting at Council Meeting; suggests courses of action to take

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.82
Date range 19 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.82 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 21 December 1872
Sent from High Elms, Beckenham, Kent

Has seen Lane-Fox and intends to propose an alternative list of names

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.83
Date range 21 December 1872
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.83 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 19 July 1873
Sent from London

Asks for a copy of Huxley's lecture on the Pedigree of the Horse

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.84
Date range 19 July 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.84 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 25 April 1877
Sent from Lombard Street, London

Accepts invitation, unless detained in the House of Commons

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.86
Date range 25 April 1877
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.86 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 22 October 1879
Sent from High Elms, Beckenham, Kent

Thanks for sympathy on the death of his wife

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.87
Date range 22 October 1879
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.87 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 22 February 1881
Sent from Queen Anne's Gate, London

Unable to accept invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.88
Date range 22 February 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.88 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 24 February 1881
Sent from London

Acceptance of invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.89
Date range 24 February 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.89 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 3 May 1881
Sent from London

Unable to accept invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.90
Date range 3 May 1881
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.90 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 11 July 1883
Sent from Lombard Street, London

Acceptance of invitation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.91
Date range 11 July 1883
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.91 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 19 June 1885
Sent from House of Commons, London

Congratulations on his pension [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 108]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.92
Date range 19 June 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.92 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 5 March 1886
Sent from House of Commons, London

Has read Huxley's article [Nineteenth Century, Mar 1886]; his Origin of Civilization is anterior to the works quoted by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.93
Date range 5 March 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.93 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 25 September 1886
Sent from High Elms, Beckenham, Kent

Pleased to hear of good health of Huxley and Tyndall; thinks Hooker has been treated shabbily [cf Life and Letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker ii, 268]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.94
Date range 25 September 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.94 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 24 January 1887
Sent from High Elms, Beckenham, Kent

The Home Rule question from an ethnological point of view

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.96
Date range 24 January 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.96 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 23 November 1887
Sent from High Elms, Beckenham, Kent

Sympathy on death of Huxley's daughter Marian [cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley ii, 179]; does not agree with Huxley's views against Stokes as President of the Royal Society being also an MP

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.98
Date range 23 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.98 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 26 November 1887
Sent from High Elms, Beckenham, Kent

Stokes and Parliament

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.100
Date range 26 November 1887
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.100 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), 4 May 1895
Sent from St James's Square, London

Birthday greetings

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.102
Date range 4 May 1895
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.102 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUBBOCK, (Sir) John, Bt, FRS (afterwards 1st Baron Avebury) (1834-1913), nd

Photograph [About 1865]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.104
Formats Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier 22.104 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUCAS, Samuel (1811-1865), 9 January 1860
Sent from London

Is calling and bringing letters as to Darwin [ie The Times review; cf Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley i, 176]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.105
Date range 9 January 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.105 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LUSHINGTON, (Sir) Godfrey (1832-1907), 1 February 1885
Sent from Great Queen Street [?London]

Dispute of Fisheries Commissioners with the Severn Board; home and foreign political situation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.106
Date range 1 February 1885
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.106 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), [April 1853]
Sent from [London]

Sends proof of 8th edition of the Principles and wants a small figure of the larva of a Pecten to insert

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.1
Date range April 1853
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.1 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 29 April 1854
Sent from Harley Street, London

Should receive a copy of 8th edition from publishers; Huxley's figure inserted on page 652

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.2
Date range 29 April 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.2 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 20 November 1854
Sent from Harley Street, London

Death of Forbes [cf Life, Letters and Journals of Sir Charles Lyell, Bart ii, 201]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.3
Date range 20 November 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.3 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 15 December 1854
Sent from Mildenhall, Suffolk

Sends his own and other subscriptions to the Forbes Memorial Fund

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.4
Date range 15 December 1854
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.4 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 3 January 1855
Sent from Harley Street, London

Sends manuscript asked for; in Owen's absence there was a discussion on Fossil Reptiles at Geological Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.6
Date range 3 January 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.6 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 23 April 1855
Sent from [Harley Street], London

[To Darwin]. Knows of several French geologists who are worthy of being FMRS but none so much as Barrande; his important work; has named Barrande's new period Cambrian [cf Life, Letters and Journals of Sir Charles Lyell, Bart ii, 222]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.7
Date range 23 April 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.7 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 29 August 1855
Sent from Edinburgh

Has met Hugh Miller and examined his collection; Miller has shown how very reptilian the early Ganoid fishes are [cf Life, Letters and Journals of Sir Charles Lyell, Bart ii, 205]; Dawson's appointment in Canada; congratulates Huxley on his marriage

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.9
Date range 29 August 1855
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.9 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 13 July 1856
Sent from Harley Street, London

A controversy between Huxley and Falconer

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.11
Date range 13 July 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.11 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 13 December 1856
Sent from Harley Street, London

Fossil elephants; has taken specimens from Jermyn Street to Falconer, who cannot leave his room; Falconer's forthcoming paper at the Geological Society

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.12
Date range 13 December 1856
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.12 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 29 April 1857
Sent from Harley Street, London

Thanks Huxley for his drawings of larvae of Cardium

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.14
Date range 29 April 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.14 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 9 July 1857
Sent from Harley Street, London

Unable to attend meeting [of Council, Geological Society]; Lord Burlington's interest in new charter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.16
Date range 9 July 1857
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.16 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 30 November 1858
Sent from Harley Street, London

Asks for a paper on Mystriosaurus; consulted Hugh Miller on the age of the deposit; Miller's and Mantell's work upon it; discussion of certain fossiliferous beds

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.18
Date range 30 November 1858
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.18 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 17 June 1859
Sent from Harley Street, London

A long and interesting letter on the species question and transmutation

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.20
Date range 17 June 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.20 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 1 October 1859
Sent from Meigle, Perthshire, Scotland

Geological age of Stagonolepsis; has visited the Elgin deposits; details of geological evidence; Owen's opinion

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.27
Date range 1 October 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.27 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 10 October 1859
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Thanks for geological evidence; greatly doubted that the Elgin beds could be Devonian, and is pleased that Lyell is satisfied on stratigraphical grounds that they belong to Upper Trias; did not trouble himself about Owen's opinion
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.33
Date range 10 October 1859
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.33 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 4 March 1860
Sent from Harley Street, London

Sends letters from Hooker about a plant monstrosity; has seen the plants, and if anything analogous occurred in animals they would be considered new creations; asks for information on alternate upheaval and depression on Bristol Channel coast

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.31
Date range 4 March 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.31 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 16 March 1860
Sent from Harley Street, London

Genesis and its interpretation; exclusion of women from places of education where both sides of a discussion can be heard

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.32
Date range 16 March 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.32 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 17 March 1860
Sent from [Jermyn Street], London

Understands Lyell to refer to Geological Society; considers it not a place for educating students but for discussion by adepts; fully agrees that women should be trained in physical science
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.34
Date range 17 March 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.34 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 21 March 1860
Sent from Harley Street, London

Shows that Universities have come under ecclesiastical domination in modern not in monastic times; science can never make progress while college tutors are all clergy in esse or in futuro; instruction of schoolmasters in physical science

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.34
Date range 21 March 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.34 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 12 October 1860
Sent from Harley Street, London

Rediscovery of Stereognathus; was in Charlesworth's hands in York and was sent to Owen, who published it [Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London xiii, 1857, 1]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.38
Date range 12 October 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.38 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 26 November 1860
Sent from Harley Street, London

A primitive skull; "the oldest well-authenticated skull of man I know"; the Loess skull

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.40
Date range 26 November 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.40 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 29 November 1860
Sent from Harley Street, London

An annotated copy of his Manual, sent for comment

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.42
Date range 29 November 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.42 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 2 December 1860
Sent from Harley Street, London

Sends supplement and asks for criticisms and notes; nomenclature of Eocene and following periods

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.44
Date range 2 December 1860
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.44 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 13 February 1861
Sent from Harley Street, London

Sale of certain specimens for "the widow" [Mrs Dennis]
[Widow of Rev James Blatch Piggott Dennis (1816-1861); FGS, palaeontologist]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.46
Date range 13 February 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.46 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 30 May 1861
Sent from Harley Street, London

Blumenbach's theory of degeneracy of human races

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.47
Date range 30 May 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.47 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 25 June 1861
Sent from Harley Street, London

Comments on Owen's statements as to the human brain, and those of apes; asks for information on the volume of the brain, and the significance of convolutions

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.49
Date range 25 June 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.49 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 26 June 1861
Sent from [Jermyn Street], London

Difference in mass between highest and lowest human brains compared with that between lowest human and highest ape; convolutions in the brains of apes; Owen's paper in Transactions of the Zoological Society iv
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.35
Date range 26 June 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.35 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 26 June 1861
Sent from [Harley Street], London

Has told Mrs Dennis that he is sure her husband would have considered Jermyn Street Museum the proper place for the specimen to be sold; suggests borrowing from Bronn Triassic mammals for comparison with Stereognathus

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.51
Date range 26 June 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.51 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 5 July 1861
Sent from Harley Street, London

Has read Huxley's paper on the relations of man to the lower animals [Natural History Review 1861, i, 67] and considers it unanswerable; the inconsistencies and fallacies [of Owen]; a controversy over referees in the Geological Society
[This letter is dated 1860, but it is an evident slip as the article to which it refers did not appear until 1861]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.36
Date range 5 July 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.36 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 28 November 1861
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

A discovery of a skull and animal remains in the Trent Valley; less ancient than the discoverer supposes
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.37
Date range 28 November 1861
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.37 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 10 January 1862
Sent from [Harley Street], London

Is working on his last chapter [Antiquity of Man]; will send proofs of the part which concerns "not Owen v Huxley, but Owen versus omnes"

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.53
Date range 10 January 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.53 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 25 January 1862
Sent from [Jermyn Street], London

Has left some cuttings and his paper on the Devonian Fishes [Memoirs of the Geological Survey Dec x 41]; the Neanderthal Skull
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.38
Date range 25 January 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.38 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), [Early 1862]
Sent from [Harley Street], London

Reference to a paper by Lartet on fossil man; the Queckett Testimonial Committee; asks Huxley to sign J W Dawson's certificate at Royal Society [Dawson was elected Fellow of the Royal Society, 5 June 1862]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.57
Date range 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.57 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 4 February 1862
Sent from Harley Street, London

Probable circulation of his and Huxley's forthcoming books on Man; an enigma in Owen's classification of Man

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.58
Date range 4 February 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.58 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 10 March 1862
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

On action of glaciers; Falconer's objection absurd
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.39
Date range 10 March 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.39 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 3 May 1862
Sent from Harley Street, London

Has read Huxley's anniversary address [Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 1862, xl]; his books are at printer's except last two chapters; Marsh's discovery on Archegosaurus

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.60
Date range 3 May 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.60 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 5 May 1862
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

If Marsh's discovery is confirmed it is of the highest importance, but great caution is needed in dealing with it; progress of his Man's Place
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.40
Date range 5 May 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.40 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 11 May 1862
Sent from [Harley Street], London

Refers Huxley to his Bakerian Lecture [Philosophical Transactions, 1835]; Falconer has a cast of the [skull of] the Aye-aye by which he refutes Owen's opinion that Plagiaulax was a carnivore

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.61
Date range 11 May 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.61 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 4 July 1862
Sent from [Harley Street], London

Sends letter to be forwarded to Huxley at Edinburgh

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.62
Date range 4 July 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.62 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 4 July 1862
Sent from Harley Street, London

[Written on back of 02901]. Photographs of the Neanderthal skull; relationship of man and apes liable to be misrepresented by press reporters when expressed in a popular lecture, and "a certain Professor" and "a certain Bishop" will seize their opportunity

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.63
Date range 4 July 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.63 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 23 July 1862
Sent from Harley Street, London

Wants Witness reports of Huxley's Edinburgh lectures

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.64
Date range 23 July 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.64 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), [4 August 1862]
Sent from [Worthing], Sussex

Asks Huxley for proofs of Man's Place as the delay in publication will enable him to spend more time on his last chapter

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.55
Date range 4 August 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.55 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 9 August 1862
Sent from Worthing, Sussex

Thanks for proofs, which will help much; will refer to differences of hands and feet of the Quadrumana and to the Hippocampus controversy; comments and suggestions

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.66
Date range 9 August 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.66 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 17 August 1862
Sent from Loch Fyne, Scotland

Comments on Lyell's remarks; will state the history of the Owen controversy quite fully; Lamark's doctrine and Darwinism; work of Fishery Commission
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.41
Date range 17 August 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.41 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 9 September 1862
Sent from Harley Street, London

Regrets Huxley's resignation of Secretaryship of Geological Society, but knows he has too much to do; possible successors; a virtual recantation by Owen; a bad season for publishing books

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.72
Date range 9 September 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.72 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 30 September 1862
Sent from Harley Street, London

The Engis and Neanderthal skulls; a hint as to presiding over sections of the British Association; a visit from Darwin

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.74
Date range 30 September 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.74 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), [October 1862]
Sent from [Harley Street], London

Evans's discovery of another fossil in the slab containing the Archaeopteryx in the British Museum; asks Huxley to examine it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.70
Date range October 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.70 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 11 October 1862
Sent from Harley Street, London

The British Association at Cambridge; Owen's paper and the discussion; Kingsley said "he deserved the thrashing he has got" [cf Charles Kingsley, his Letters and Memoirs of his Life ii, 130]; the approaching publication of his book

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.76
Date range 11 October 1862
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.76 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 28 January 1863
Sent from [Harley Street], London

Huxley's popular lectures [Six Lectures to Working Men, 1863]; he should secure the copyright

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.78
Date range 28 January 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.78 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 13 February 1863
Sent from Harley Street, London

Encloses three letters and proof plate from J W Dawson's referring to Owen's paper; Owen refuses to insert Dawson's errata; has urged Dawson to write a new paper himself from the actual specimens which will be lent to him by the Museum
['Description of Specimens of Fossil Reptilia discovered in the Coal Meaures of the South Joggins, Nova Scotia, by J W Dawson', Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London xviii, 1862, 238-244, plates ix, x]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.80
Date range 13 February 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.80 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 23 February 1863
Sent from Harley Street, London

Has written a letter for the Athenaeum in reply to Owen, but has been advised to withhold it [cf Life and Letters of Charles Darwin iii, 8]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.93
Date range 23 February 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.93 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 23 March 1863
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Anthropoid brains; a discovery by Flower [On the Brains of the Siamang, Natural History Review 1863, 279]; is perplexed what to do about Dawson, as he is "tired of smiting Owen"; proposes to send a paper to the Geological Society stating his own view of the case without criticizing the papers of his predecessors
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.43
Date range 23 March 1863
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.43 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 20 February 1864
Sent from Harley Street, London

Encloses press report on Owen's Lectures at the YMCA and his strange change of attitude on religious matters

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.97
Date range 20 February 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.97 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 11 April 1864
Sent from Harley Street, London

Thanks for and eulogy of Huxley's Lectures on Comparative Anatomy (1863)

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.95
Date range 11 April 1864
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.95 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 2 June 1865
Sent from Harley Street, London

Encloses correspondence relating to a dispute with Lubbock on a statement made in Prehistoric Times which implies plagiarism; has also submitted the correspondence to Darwin and Hooker

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.100
Date range 2 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.100 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), [3 June 1865]
Sent from the Anthenaeum, London

Feels some delicacy in intervening; suggests the mutual insertion of a note in the respective books explaining matters
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.102
Date range 3 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.102 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 5 June 1865
Sent from Harley Street, London

Will cancel the offending note and add a paragraph of explanation to his preface

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.104
Date range 5 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.104 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 6 June 1865
Sent from Harley Street, London

Will cancel the note in his book and thinks Lubbock should do the same in his; the Danish discoveries which caused the misunderstanding actually anticipated both authors

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.106
Date range 6 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.106 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 7 June 1865
Sent from Harley Street, London

Has sent manuscript of addition to his preface to the printer, and asks Huxley to explain to Lubbock that he has had to act quickly, as he is about to leave for the Continent; the Colenso subscription

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.108
Date range 7 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.108 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 8 June 1865
Sent from Harley Street, London

Sends proof of amended preface; copy of proof attached

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.111
Date range 8 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.111 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 11 June 1865
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Has returned revise to printer; has heard that Lubbock will cancel his note, and hopes this ends the dispute
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.116
Date range 11 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.116 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 28 June 1865
Sent from Kissingen, Bavaria, Germany

Has written to Murray to see that the emendations are inserted in all copies of the book before sending them out; the Colenso subscription; some influential subscribers

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.117
Date range 28 June 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.117 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 21 September 1865
Sent from Harley Street, London

Invitation to meet Dr Steenstrap of Copenhagen; Nordenskiold, Junior, has given him a jaw of a supposed Ichthyosaurus from Spitzbergen

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.119
Date range 21 September 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.119 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 28 November 1865
Sent from Harley Street, London

Is pleased the Carboniferous reptiles have come into Huxley's hands [cf WRIGHT, E P, No 14; Geological Magazine iii, 165]; the muddle made by Owen of Dawson's fossils [no 02912]; rectification of it; Carboniferous and Devonian vertebrates

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.192
Date range 28 November 1865
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.192 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 22 January 1866
Sent from Harley Street, London

Sends copy of a letter to Carpenter as to avoiding all reference to theological and religious matters in Sunday lectures; suggests the managers to the Sunday League should be told that he (Lyell) will withdraw from it unless their first intentions are carried out

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.120
Date range 22 January 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.120 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 22 January 1866
Sent from Harley Street, London

[To Dr Carpenter]. Protests against references in his lecture which might give offence to the public and the clergy

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.122
Date range 22 January 1866
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.122 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 4 January 1867
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

The Spitzbergen fossils are Ichthyosaurian, and probably belong to two species, one of them new; asks Lyell to inform Nordenskiold
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.44
Date range 4 January 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.44 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), [about September] 1867
Sent from Harley Street, London

Wishes to send Nordenskiold news of the fossil reptile from Spitzbergen and urges Huxley to publish it

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.133
Date range September 1867
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.133 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 13 February 1868
Sent from Harley Street, London

The anniversary meeting of the Geological Society; suggests that Huxley should invite some of his literary friends to attend the dinner and speak

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.126
Date range 13 February 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.126 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 17 February 1868
Sent from Barton Hall, Suffolk

Has been on deputation to Duke of Marlborough about the East London Museum; hopes his hints as to Geological Society dinner are taken in good part

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.128
Date range 17 February 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.128 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 22 May 1868
Sent from Harley Street, London

Characters of Pupa betusta; specimens found and figured by Dawson

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.130
Date range 22 May 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.130 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 25 May [1868]
Sent from Harley Street, London

John Murray (the publisher) is most anxious to meet Huxley; Lyell's opinion of him as a publisher very favourable

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.131
Date range 25 May 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.131 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 23 July 1868
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Conflicting statements as to chalk strata in America; Owen's so-called Iguanodon from the chalk is no Iguandon at all
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.45
Date range 23 July 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.45 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 24 July 1868
Sent from Harley Street, London

Chalk or chalk-like deposits in America; fossil botany seems to indicate that reptiles continued down to the period when Angio-sperms predominate

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.134
Date range 24 July 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.134 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 1 September 1868
Sent from Harley Street, London

Scientific status of Nordenskiold

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.137
Date range 1 September 1868
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.137 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), [1869]
Sent from Harley Street, London

Appreciates the compliment paid to him by asking him to become Honorary President [of the Geological Society] but being in his 73rd year does not desire his name brought forward

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.139
Date range 1869
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 6.139 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 4 January 1870
Sent from Jermyn Street, London

Permian reptiles of the North; Hancock and Howse are preparing a paper on them
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.45
Date range 4 January 1870
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.45 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter from T H Huxley to LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 9 November 1873
Sent from London

Will obtain coal-section as requested; Williamson thinks what he has called Sporangia are really Macrospores and he may be right
Draft or copy letter by Huxley

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 30.46
Date range 9 November 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 30.46 Box Number 30 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), 1846

Photograph of Lyell taken in Scotland

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.142
Date range 1846
Formats Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier 6.142 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, (Sir) Charles, Bt, FRS (1797-1875), nd

Photograph of Lyell in old age

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 6.141
Formats Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier 6.141 Box Number 6 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LYELL, Katherine Murray (died 1915), 14 January 1873
Sent from London

Poems on Consolation and Resignation on the death of her sister, Lady Lyell
[Katherine Murray Lyell was the widow of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Lyell, brother of Sir Charles Lyell (1804-1875) and sister of Mary Elizabeth (d 1873), wife of Sir Charles Lyell. Thus two brothers married two sisters, the daughters of Leonard Horner, FRS]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.110
Date range 14 January 1873
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.110 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to Mrs Huxley from LYELL, Katherine Murray (died 1915), 5 August 1874
Sent from Buxton, Derbyshire

Admiration of Huxley's lecture on Priestley [The Collected Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley iii]

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.111
Date range 5 August 1874
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.111 Box Number 22 Series 1l
Letter to T H Huxley from LYELL, Katherine Murray (died 1915), 14 October 1886
Sent from London

On the Life and Letters of her brother [-in-law] Sir Charles Lyell

Creator Huxley, Thomas Henry
Control 22.113
Date range 14 October 1886
Formats General Correspondence
Inventory Identifier 22.113 Box Number 22 Series 1l

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