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Bibliography Part I: Papers, Essays,
Reviews, Letters to the Editor, etc.
(S1-S218: 1843-1872)


S1. The Advantages of Varied Knowledge [excerpts from this essay, composed in late 1843, and quite possibly presented as a public lecture at that time]. in My Life, Vol. 1: 201-204 (Oct. 1905).

S1aa. Journal of Mesmerism [lttE concerning Wallace's early experiments with mesmerism in Leicester; included as untitled correspondence in a regular column of this title]. The Critic (London) 2(19): 45 (43-45) (10 May 1845).

S1ac. Prologue [part of a news story/N entitled 'Collegiate School' describing a recitations program]. Leicester Journal, and Midland Counties General Advertiser no. 5015: 3b (3b-c) (20 June 1845).

S1a. An Essay, On the Best Method of Conducting the Kington Mechanic's Institution. in The History of Kington ed. by Richard Parry (Kington, 1845): 66-70.

S1b. Corresponding Societies and Lecture Rooms Bill (in Favour) [communication on meeting places signed by John Rowland, Willm. Llewellyn, and Wallace]. in 'Public Petitions.--Appendix to the Twenty-Ninth Report. Delivered 30th May. Containing Petitions Presented 22 May 1846' section of Appendix to the Reports of the Select Committee of the House of Commons on Public Petitions. Session 1846. (House of Commons, London, 1846): 319.

S2. Capture of Trichius fasciatus Near Neath [excerpt from a letter sent from Neath, Wales]. Zoologist 5: 1676 (April? 1847).

S2a. Emigration [lttE concerning the desirability of emigration to the southern U.S.]. The People's Journal 5(2): page 3 of The Annals of Progress, a weekly and separately paginated supplement to the magazine (early Jan. 1848).

S3. Journey to Explore the Province of Pará [extract from a letter dated 23 Oct., Pará, from Wallace and Henry W. Bates to Samuel Stevens, their collections sales agent]. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 3 (2nd s.): 74-75 (Jan. 1849: no. 13, 2nd s.).

S4. Journey to Explore the Natural History of South America [extracts from a letter dated 12 Sept. 1849, Santarem, to Samuel Stevens]. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 5 (2nd s.): 156-157 (Feb. 1850: no. 26, 2nd s.).

S5. On the Umbrella Bird (Cephalopterus ornatus), "Ueramimbé," L. G. [from a letter dated 10 March 1850, Barra do Rio Negro (Manaus); communicated to the ZSL meeting of 23 July 1850]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 18: 206-207 (1850).
--reprints: Annals and Magazine of Natural History 8 (2nd s.): 428-430 (Nov. 1851: no. 47, 2nd s.); reprinted in large part in The Phrenological Journal and Life Illustrated 76(6): 304-306 (June 1883: no. 534).

S6. Journey to Explore the Natural History of the Amazon River [extracts from letters dated 15 Nov. 1849, Santarem, and 20 March 1850, Barra do Rio Negro, to Samuel Stevens]. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 6 (2nd s.): 494-496 (Dec. 1850: no. 36, 2nd s.).

S7. letter [concerning the ship fire dated 19 Oct. 1852, 43 Upper Albany St., Regent's Park]. Zoologist 10: 3641-3643 (Nov. 1852: no. 119).

S8. On the Monkeys of the Amazon [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 14 Dec. 1852]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 20: 107-110 (1852).
--reprints: Annals and Magazine of Natural History 14 (2nd s.): 451-454 (Dec. 1854: no. 84, 2nd s.); in Portuguese as 'Os Símios (Macacos) da Amazônia' in Boletim do Museu Paraense de Historia Natural e Ethnografia, Belém 1(1/4): 375-381 (1896).

S9. Some Remarks on the Habits of the Hesperidæ [dated March 1853]. Zoologist 11: 3884-3885 (May 1853: no. 127).

S10. On the Insects Used for Food by the Indians of the Amazon [a paper read at the ESL meeting of 6 June 1853]. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 2 (n.s.), part VIII: 241-244 (April 1854).

S11. On the Rio Negro [a paper read at the RGS meeting of 13 June 1853]. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 23: 212-217 (includes fold-out map of the Rio Negro) (1853).
--map reprinted in My Life, Vol. 1, opposite p. 320 (Oct. 1905).

S12. On Some Fishes Allied to Gymnotus [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 12 July 1853]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 21: 75-76 (1853).
--reprint: Annals and Magazine of Natural History 14 (2nd s.): 398-399 (Nov. 1854: no. 83, 2nd s.).

S13. On the Habits of the Butterflies of the Amazon Valley [a paper read at the ESL meetings of 7 Nov. and 5 Dec. 1853]. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 2 (n.s.), part VIII: 253-264 (April 1854).

S13a. Letters from the Eastern Archipelago [a "communication" from Wallace dated June 1854, Singapore, describing that city]. The Literary Gazette and Journal of the Belles Lettres, Science, and Art (London) no. 1961: 739a-739c (19 Aug. 1854).

S14. letter [concerning collecting dated 9 May 1854, Singapore]. Zoologist 12: 4395-4397 (Aug. 1854: no. 142).

S14a. letter [describing the vicinity of Malacca, dated 26 Sept. 1854, Singapore]. The Literary Gazette and Journal of the Belles Lettres, Science, and Art (London) no. 1978: 1077c-1078a (16 Dec. 1854).
--reprint: incorporated in part into Chapter 3 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869).

S15. On the Ornithology of Malacca. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 15 (2nd s.): 95-99 (Feb. 1855: no. 86, 2nd s.).

S15b. summary/N [of letter concerning collecting dated Nov. 1854, Sarawak; reported by the Earl of Ellesmere in his presidential address to the Royal Geographical Society on 28 May 1855; originally read at the meeting of 26 February 1855, but text not printed in the Proceedings]. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society Session 1854-55 (Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 25): cxv (lxxx-cxxxii) (1855).

S16. Description of a New Species of Ornithoptera. Ornithoptera brookiana. Wallace. [communicated to the ESL meeting of 2 April 1855]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London 1854-1855: 104-105.
--reprint: Zoologist 13: 4819-4820 (Sept. 1855: no. 155).

S17. The Entomology of Malacca [dated 25 Nov. 1854, Sarawak, Borneo]. Zoologist 13: 4636-4639 (March 1855: no. 149).

S18. letter [concerning Wallace's collecting environs in Sarawak dated 1854, Sarawak, Borneo; anonymous, but easily associated with Wallace's activities at this time and place]. The Literary Gazette and Journal of the Belles Lettres, Science, and Art (London) no. 2003: 366b-c (9 June 1855).

S19. Extracts of a Letter From Mr. Wallace [from a letter concerning collecting dated 10 Oct. 1854, Singapore]. (Hooker's) Journal of Botany 7(7): 200-209 (July? 1855).

S20. On the Law Which Has Regulated the Introduction of New Species [dated Feb. 1855, Sarawak, Borneo]. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 16 (2nd s.): 184-196 (Sept. 1855: no. 93, 2nd s.).
--reprints: in CTNS: 1-25 (April 1870); in NSTN: 3-19 (May 1891).

S21. letter [concerning collecting dated 8 April 1855, Si Munjon Coal Works, Borneo]. Zoologist 13: 4803-4807 (Aug. 1855: no. 154).

S22. Borneo [letter concerning Wallace's collecting environs in Sarawak dated 25 May 1855, Si Munjon Coal Works, Borneo]. The Literary Gazette and Journal of the Belles Lettres, Science, and Art (London) no. 2023: 683b-684a (27 Oct. 1855).
--reprints: in Alfred Russel Wallace, Letters and Reminiscences by James Marchant (2 vols., Cassell and Company, London, 1916), Vol. 1: 53-56; edited version reprinted in My Life, Vol. 1: 342-343 (Oct. 1905).

S23. Some Account of an Infant "Orang-utan." Annals and Magazine of Natural History 17 (2nd s.): 386-390 (May 1856: no. 101, 2nd s.).
--reprints: incorporated, in large part, into Chapter 4 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869); excerpts, etc., printed under various, or without, titles: The National Magazine (New York) 9: 373 (Oct. 1856); Titan (Edinburgh & London) 23: 68 (July 1856); Zoologist 14: 5183-5185 (1856).

S24. On the Orang-utan or Mias of Borneo [dated Dec. 1855, Sarawak]. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 17 (2nd s.): 471-476 (June 1856: no. 102, 2nd s.).

S25. Observations on the Zoology of Borneo [dated 10 March 1856, Singapore]. Zoologist 14: 5113-5117 (June 1856: no. 164).

S26. On the Habits of the Orang-utan of Borneo. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 18 (2nd s.): 26-32 (July 1856: no. 103, 2nd s.).
--reprint: portions incorporated into Chapter 4 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869).

S27. On the Bamboo and Durian of Borneo [part of a letter to W. J. Hooker]. (Hooker's) Journal of Botany 8(8): 225-230 (Aug.? 1856).
--reprints: extract reprinted in French in Bulletin de la Société Botanique de France 3: 432-434 (1856); extracts reprinted in The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette 17(1): 7-8 (3 Jan. 1857) / 17(29): 503-504 (18 July 1857); in German as 'Ueber Bambus und Durian auf Borneo' in Allgemeine Gartenzeitung 24(37): 292-293 (13 Sept. 1856) / 24(39): 308-309 (27 Sept. 1856); incorporated, in large part, into Chapter 5 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869).

S28. Attempts at a Natural Arrangement of Birds. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 18 (2nd s.): 193-216 (Sept. 1856: no. 105, 2nd s.).

S29. Notes of a Journey Up the Sadong River, in North-west Borneo [communicated to the RGS meeting of 10 Nov. 1856]. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London 1 (1855-6 & 1856-7), no. 6: 193-205 (1857).
--reprint: incorporated, in large part, into Chapters 5 & 6 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869).

S30. A New Kind of Baby [concerning the baby orangutan (as in S23); anonymous, but included in a list Wallace later wrote up detailing his publications before 1862 (see item WP6/8/2 in the NHM, London, collection)]. Chambers's Journal 6 (3rd s.): 325-327 (22 Nov. 1856: no. 151, 3rd s.).
--reprint: The National Magazine (New York) 10: 165-167 (Feb. 1857).

S31. letter [concerning collecting dated 21 Aug. 1856, Ampanam, Lombock]. Zoologist 15: 5414-5416 (Jan. 1857: nos. 171-172).

S32. letter [concerning collecting dated 27 Sept. 1856, Macassar]. Zoologist 15: 5559-5560 (April 1857: no. 176).

S33. letter [concerning collecting dated 1 Dec. 1856, Macassar]. Zoologist 15: 5652-5657 (July 1857: no. 179).

[S34.] The Dyaks [anonymous; at first thought to have been by Wallace, but now known to have been authored by Rev. Andrew Horsburgh]. Chambers's Journal 8 (3rd s.): 201-204 (26 Sept. 1857: no. 195, 3rd s.).
--reprint: The National Magazine (New York) 11: 511-516 (Dec. 1857).

S35. letter and postscript [concerning collecting to Samuel Stevens; dated 10 March 1857, Dobbo, Aru Islands, and 15 May, Dobbo; communicated to the ESL meeting of 5 Oct. 1857]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1856-1857: 91-93.

S36. On the Habits and Transformations of a Species of Ornithoptera, Allied to O. priamus, Inhabiting the Aru Islands, Near New Guinea [communicated to the ESL meeting of 7 Dec. 1857]. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 4 (n.s.), part VII: 272-273 (April 1858).

S37. On the Great Bird of Paradise, Paradisea apoda, Linn.; 'Burong mati' (Dead Bird) of the Malays; 'Fanéhan' of the Natives of Aru. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 20 (2nd s.): 411-416 (Dec. 1857: no. 120, 2nd s.).
--reprint: as 'On the Great Bird of Paradise Paradisea apoda, Linn.; Burong Mati (Dead Bird) of the Malays' in Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch Indië 17, 1858-59 (vierde serie, deel 3): 377-387.

S38. On the Natural History of the Aru Islands. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Supplement to vol. 20 (2nd s.): 473-485 (Dec. 1857: no. 121, 2nd s.).
--reprint: Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch Indië 17, 1858-59 (vierde serie, deel 3): 356-376.

S39. Note on the Theory of Permanent and Geographical Varieties. Zoologist 16: 5887-5888 (Jan. 1858: nos. 185-186).

S40. On the Entomology of the Aru Islands. Zoologist 16: 5889-5894 (Jan. 1858: nos. 185-186).

S41. On the Arru Islands [communicated to the RGS meeting of 22 Feb. 1858]. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London 2 (1857-58), no. 3: 163-170 (selection followed by an account of related discussion on pp. 170-171) (1858).
--reprint: portions incorporated into Chapter 33 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869).

S42. A Disputed Case of Priority in Nomenclature [dated 1 Jan. 1858, Amboyna; communicated to the ESL meeting of 3 May 1858]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1858-59: 23-24.
--reprint: Zoologist 16: 6117-6118 (June 1858: no. 191).

S43. On the Tendency of Varieties to Depart Indefinitely From the Original Type [dated Feb. 1858, Ternate; third part of 'On the Tendency of Species to Form Varieties; and On the Perpetuation of Varieties and Species by Natural Means of Selection' by Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace; communicated by Sir Charles Lyell and Joseph D. Hooker to the LSL meeting of 1 July 1858]. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society: Zoology 3(9): 53-62 (45-62) (20 Aug. 1858).
--reprints: Zoologist 16: 6299-6308 (Dec. 1858: no. 197); almost verbatim in CTNS: 26-44 (April 1870), and in turn, with introductory note, in NSTN: 20-33 (May 1891); in Popular Science Monthly 60: 13-21 (5-21) (Nov. 1901); in The Darwin-Wallace Celebration Held on Thursday, 1st July, 1908, by the Linnean Society of London (printed for the Linnean Society by Burlington House, Longmans, Green & Co., London, Feb. 1909): 98-107 (89-107); reprinted in German in Charles Darwin und Alfred Russel Wallace. Ihre Ersten Publicationen über die "Entstehung der Arten" nebst einer Skizze Ihres Lebens und einem Verzeichniss Ihrer Schriften. by Adolf Bernhard Meyer (Eduard Besold, Erlangen, 1870).

S44. letter [concerning collecting dated 20 Dec. 1857, Amboyna]. Zoologist 16: 6120-6124 (June & July? 1858: nos. 191 & 192?).

S45. letters [extracts from letters concerning collecting dated 2 Sept. 1858, Ternate]. Ibis 1: 111-113 (Jan. 1859: no. 1).
--more extensive extracts printed in 'Extracts From a Letter of Mr. A. R. Wallace to Mr. S. Stevens' in Zoologist 17: 6409-6413 (March 1859: nos. 200-201).

S46. Correction of an Important Error Affecting the Classification of the Psittacidæ. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 3 (3rd s.): 147-148 (Feb. 1859: no. 14, 3rd s.).

S47. letter [extract from letter concerning collecting dated 29 Oct. 1858, Batchian, Moluccas; communicated to the ESL meeting of 7 March 1859]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1858-1859: 61.
--reprint: Zoologist 17: 6546-6547 (June? 1859: no. 204?).

S48. letter [extract from letter concerning collecting dated 29 Oct. 1858, Batchian, Moluccas; communicated to the ZSL meeting of 22 March 1859]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 27: 129 (1859).
--reprint: Annals & Magazine of Natural History 5 (3rd s.): 145 (1860: no. 26, 3rd s.).

S49. Remarks on Enlarged Coloured Figures of Insects [dated Nov. 1858, Batchian, Moluccas; communicated to the ESL meeting of 2 May 1859]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1858-1859: 66-67 (followed by an account of related discussion on p. 67).
--reprint: Zoologist 17: 6617-6618 (Aug.? 1859: no. 206?).

S50. letter [extracts from letter concerning collecting dated 28 Jan. 1859, Batchian; communicated to the ESL meeting of 6 June 1859]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1858-1859: 70 (followed by an account of related discussion on pp. 70-71).
--reprint: Zoologist 17: 6621-6622 (Aug.? 1859: no. 206?).

S51. Notes of a Voyage to New Guinea [communicated to the RGS meeting of 27 June 1859]. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 30: 172-177 (1860).
--summary/N of paper and related discussion entitled 'Notes on a Voyage to New Guinea' printed in Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London 3 (1858-59), no. 6: 358-359 (358-361) (1859).

S52. Letter From Mr. Wallace Concerning the Geographical Distribution of Birds [dated March 1859, Batchian]. Ibis 1: 449-454 (Oct. 1859: no. 4).
--reprinted in German as 'Ein Brief über die Geographische Verbreitung der Vögel' in Journal für Ornithologie 8: 47-53 (Januar 1860: Heft 43).

S53. On the Zoological Geography of the Malay Archipelago [communicated by Charles Darwin to the LSL meeting of 3 Nov. 1859]. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society: Zoology 4: 172-184 (1860).

S54. Note on the Habits of Scolytidæ and Bostrichidæ [communicated to the ESL meeting of 5 Dec. 1859]. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 5 (n.s.), part VI: 218-220 (July 1860).

S55. Notes on Semioptera wallacii, Gray [extract from a letter dated 30 Sept. 1859, Amboyna; communicated to the ZSL meeting of 24 Jan. 1860]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 28: 61 (1860).
--reprints: Annals and Magazine of Natural History 6 (3rd s.): 75-76 (July 1860: no. 31, 3rd s.); as 'Habits of the Standard-wing' in Zoologist 19: 7710 (Sept. 1861: no. 234); in Handbook to the Birds of Australia, Vol. 2, by John Gould (London, 1865): 533-534; incorporated in part into Chapter 38 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869).

S56. Note on the Sexual Differences in the Genus Lomaptera [communicated to the ESL meeting of 6 Feb. 1860]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1858-59: 107.
--reprint: Zoologist 18: 6938-6939 (April 1860: no. 214).

S57. The Ornithology of Northern Celebes [part of a lttE dated Oct. 1859, Amboyna]. Ibis 2: 140-147 (April 1860: no. 6).
--extract from letter printed as 'On the Nidification of Birds of the Family Megapodiidæ' in Zoologist 19: 7435 (April 1861: no. 227).

S58. letters [extracts from letter concerning collecting dated 22 Oct. 1859, Amboyna]. Ibis 2: 197-199 (April 1860: no. 6).

S59. letters [extracts from letters concerning collecting dated 26 Nov. 1859, Awaiya, Ceram, 31 Dec. 1859, Passo, Amboyna, and 14 Feb. 1860, Passo]. Ibis 2: 305-306 (July 1860: no. 7).

S60. letters [note/N describing letters concerning collecting dated June 1860, Ceram]. Ibis 3: 118 (Jan. 1861: no. 9).

S61. letter [extracts from letter concerning collecting dated 7 Dec. 1860, Ternate]. Ibis 3: 211-212 (April 1861: no. 10).

S62. On the Ornithology of Ceram and Waigiou [dated 20 Dec. 1860, Ternate]. Ibis 3: 283-291 (& 1 color plate) (July 1861: no. 11).

S63. letters [note/N containing extracts from letter dated 10 Dec. 1860, Ternate, and describing letter dated 6 Feb. 1861, Delli, Timor, both concerning collecting]. Ibis 3: 310-311 (July 1861: no. 11).

S64. Notes on the Ornithology of Timor [dated 20 April 1861, Delli, Timor]. Ibis 3: 347-351 (Oct. 1861: no. 12).

S65. On the Trade of the Eastern Archipelago With New Guinea and Its Islands [communicated to the RGS meeting of 13 Jan. 1862]. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 32: 127-137 (1862).
--summary/Y of paper and related discussion printed as 'On the Trade Between the Eastern Archipelago and New Guinea and Its Islands' in Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London 6 (1861-62), no. 2: 43-44 (43-46) (1862); paper of same title concerning same subject read in Cambridge at the 4 Oct. 1862 meeting of Section E, Geography and Ethnology, of the BAAS: abstract/Y printed in "Notices and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections" portion of the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 32 (1862) (John Murray, London, 1863): 148-149.

S66. letters [extracts from letters concerning collecting dated 20 Sept. 1861, Batavia]. Ibis 4: 95-96 (Jan. 1862: no. 13).

S67. Narrative of Search After Birds of Paradise [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 27 May 1862]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1862: 153-161 (1862).
--reprints: Annals and Magazine of Natural History 10 (3rd s.): 464-472 (Dec. 1862: no. 60, 3rd s.); partial reprint in My Life, Vol. 1: 387-394 (Oct. 1905).

S68. On Some New and Rare Birds From New Guinea [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 10 June 1862]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1862: 164-166 (& 3 color plates) (1862).
--reprint: Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11 (3rd s.): 56-58 (Jan. 1863: no. 61, 3rd s.).

S69. Descriptions of Three New Species of Pitta From the Moluccas [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 24 June 1862]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1862: 187-188 (1862).
--reprint: Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11 (3rd s.): 133-134 (Feb. 1863: no. 62, 3rd s.).

S69a. discussion/N [regarding the mounting of Coleoptera specimens for purposes of photographing, at the ESL meeting of 4 Aug. 1862]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London. 1862.: 89 (89-91).
--reprint: Zoologist 20: 8181-8182 (8181-8183) (Sept. 1862: no. 246).

S70. On Some New Birds From the Northern Moluccas. Ibis 4: 348-351 (Oct. 1862: no. 16).

S71. List of Birds From the Sula Islands (East of Celebes), With Descriptions of the New Species [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 9 Dec. 1862]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1862: 333-346 (& 3 color plates) (1862).

S72. List of Birds Collected in the Island of Bouru (One of the Moluccas), With Descriptions of the New Species [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 13 Jan. 1863]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1863: 18-36 (& 3 color plates) (1863).

S73. Note on Corvus senex, Garn. & Less., and Corvus fuscicapillus, G. R. Gray. Ibis 5: 100-102 (Jan. 1863: no. 17).

S74. Notes on the Genus Iphias; With Descriptions of Two New Species From the Moluccas. Journal of Entomology 2: 1-5 (& 1 color plate) (Jan. 1863: no. 7).

S75. On the Proposed Change in Name of Gracula pectoralis. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 11 (3rd s.): 15-17 (Jan. 1863: no. 61, 3rd s.).

S76. discussion/N [of three papers on Australia read by J. M. Stuart, "Mr. Landsborough" and J. M'Kinlay at the RGS meeting of 9 March 1863]. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society 7 (1862-63), no. 3: 88-89 (82-90) (1863).

S76a. discussion/N [brief remark on a living hornbill specimen, made at the ZSL meeting of 24 March 1863]. Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London for the Year 1863: 85.

S77. Who Are the Humming Bird's Relations? Zoologist 21: 8486-8491 (April 1863: no. 255).

S78. On the Physical Geography of the Malay Archipelago [a paper read at the RGS meeting of 8 June 1863]. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 33: 217-234 (& map) (1863).
--reprints: incorporated, in large part, into Chapter 1 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869); summary/U of paper and related discussion printed in Proc. RGS 7 (1862-63), no 5.: 206-210 (205-212) (1863); translated into Dutch by P. J. Veth and reprinted as pamphlet entitled Over de Physische Geographie van den Indischen Archipel (Joh. Noman en Zoon, Zalt-Bommel, The Netherlands, 1865; pp. (1)-24); same paper read in Newcastle-upon-Tyne at the 1 Sept. 1863 meeting of Section D, Zoology and Botany, of the BAAS: abstract/U printed in the "Notices and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections" portion of the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 33 (1863) (John Murray, London, 1864): 107-108. [excerpts, summaries, etc., under various titles: Reader 2: 480a-c (24 Oct. 1863: no. 43); Athenaeum no. 1874: 404-405 (26 Sept. 1863); Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 18 (n.s.): 307-309 (Oct. 1863); in Annual of Scientific Discovery (for 1864) ed. by David A. Wells (Gould & Lincoln, Boston, 1864): 338-341]

S79. The Bucerotidæ, or Hornbills. Intellectual Observer 3(5): 309-317 (& 1 color plate) (June 1863).

S80. Notes on the Fruit-pigeons of the Genus Treron. Ibis 5: 318-320 (July 1863: no. 19).

S81. On the Geographical Distribution of Animal Life [a paper read in Newcastle-upon-Tyne at the 31 Aug. 1863 meeting of Section D, Zoology and Botany, of the BAAS]. abstract/P printed in "Notes and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections" portion of the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 33 (1863) (John Murray, London, 1864): 108-109.
--reprints: same abstract printed in Reader 2: 352c-353a (26 Sept. 1863: no. 39); paper printed in full as 'On Some Anomalies in Zoological and Botanical Geography' in Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 19: 1-15 (7 Jan. 1864); this then reprinted in Natural History Review 4: 111-123 (Jan. 1864: no. 13).

S82. On the Varieties of Men in the Malay Archipelago [a paper read in Newcastle-upon-Tyne at the 1 Sept. 1863 meeting of Section E, Geography and Ethnology, of the BAAS]. abstract/P printed in "Notices and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections" portion of the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 33 (1863) (John Murray, London, 1864): 147-148.
--reprints: same abstract, followed by an account of related discussion, printed in Reader 2: 483a-b (483a-c) (24 Oct. 1863: no. 43) and Anthropological Review 1: 441-442 (441-444) (Nov. 1863: no. 3); paper later presented as 'On the Varieties of Man in the Malay Archipelago' at the ESL meeting of 26 Jan. 1864 and printed in full in Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London 3 (n.s.): 196-215 (1865); this incorporated, in large part, into Chapter 40 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869).

S83. Remarks on the Rev. S. Haughton's Paper on the Bee's Cell, And on the Origin of Species. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 12 (3rd s.): 303-309 (Oct. 1863: no. 70, 3rd s.).

S84. On the Identification of the Hirundo esculenta of Linnæus, With a Synopsis of the Described Species of Collocalia [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 10 Nov. 1863]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1863: 382-385 (1863).

S85. A List of the Birds Inhabiting the Islands of Timor, Flores, and Lombock, With Descriptions of the New Species [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 24 Nov. 1863]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1863: 480-497 (& 1 color plate) (1863).
--reprint: portions incorporated into Chapter 14 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869).

S86. discussion/N [of 'On the Vitality of the Black Race,' a paper by Count Oscar Reichenbach read at the ASL meeting of 15 Dec. 1863]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 2: lxxiii (lxv-lxxiii) (1864).

S87. discussion/N [of papers on the extinction of races by Richard Lee and T. Bendyshe read at the ASL meeting of 19 Jan. 1864]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 2: cx-cxi (xcv-cxiii) (1864).

S88. Remarks on the Value of Osteological Characters in the Classification of Birds. Ibis 6: 36-41 (Jan. 1864: no. 21).

S89. Remarks on the Habits, Distribution, and Affinities of the Genus Pitta. Ibis 6: 100-114 (Jan. 1864: no. 21).

S90. discussion/N [of 'On Anthropological Desiderata,' a paper by James Reddie read at the ASL meeting of 2 Feb. 1864]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 2: cxxix-cxxx (cxv-cxxxv) (1864).

S91. discussion/N [of paper on North Peru by Don Antonio Raimondy read at the RGS meeting of 8 Feb. 1864]. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society 8 (1863-64), no. 3: 61-62 (58-62) (28 April 1864).

S92. discussion/N [of paper on the Neanderthal Man skull by C. Carter Blake read at the ASL meeting of 16 Feb. 1864]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 2: clvi (cxxxix-clvii) (1864).

S93. The Origin of Human Races and the Antiquity of Man Deduced From the Theory of "Natural Selection" [a paper read at the ASL meeting of 1 March 1864]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 2: clviii-clxx (followed by an account of related discussion on pp. clxx-clxxxvii) (1864).
--reprints: summary/Y of paper including quotations entitled '"Natural Selection" Applied to Man' printed in Natural History Review 4 (n.s.): 328-336 (July 1864: no. 15); revised version entitled 'The Development of Human Races Under the Law of Natural Selection' printed in CTNS: 303-331 (April 1870); this then reprinted in NSTN: 167-185 (May 1891); revised version from CTNS reprinted nearly verbatim as first half of pamphlet entitled The Action of Natural Selection on Man (University Series, no. 6: Charles C. Chatfield & Co., New Haven, Aug. 1871): 3-28 (No. 6 included with Nos. 7-10 as Half Hours With Modern Scientists. Lectures and Essays. Second Series. first published by Charles C. Chatfield & Co., New Haven, April 1873; no. 6 later reprinted, as part of pamphlet (1882 & 1886) and as part of collection (1877), by D. Van Nostrand, New York).

S94. discussion/N [of 'On the Place of the Sciences of Mind and Language in the Science of Man,' a paper by Luke Owen Pike read at the ASL meeting of 15 March 1864]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 2: ccviii (cxcii-ccviii) (1864).

S95. discussion/N [of 'Notes on the Capabilities of the Negro for Civilisation,' a paper by Henry F. J. Guppy read at the ASL meeting of 15 March 1864]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 2: ccxiii-ccxiv (ccix-ccxvi) (1864).

S96. On the Phenomena of Variation and Geographical Distribution as Illustrated by the Papilionidæ of the Malayan Region [a paper read at the LSL meeting of 17 March 1864]. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 25, part I: 1-71 (& 8 color plates) (1865).
--reprints: edited version printed as 'The Malayan Papilionidæ or Swallow-tailed Butterflies, As Illustrative of the Theory of Natural Selection' in CTNS: 130-200 (April 1870); abstract/Y entitled 'Mr. Wallace on the Phenomena of Variation and Geographical Distribution as Illustrated by the Malayan Papilionidæ' printed in Reader 3: 491b-493b (16 April 1864: no. 68); edited version reprinted in Cincinnati Quarterly Journal of Science 1(2): 161-179 (April 1874); discussions/N of the same subject at the ESL meetings of 4 April 1864 and 2 May 1864 printed in Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1864: 14-16 & 21-23; 4 April 1864 & 2 May 1864 discussions reprinted in Zoologist 22: 9080-9081 & 9085-9088 (June 1864: no. 271); summary/N of the 2 May 1864 discussion printed untitled in Athenaeum no. 1907: 682 (14 May 1864).

S97. Bone-caves in Borneo [lttE]. Reader 3: 367 (19 March 1864: no. 64); also printed in Natural History Review 4: 308-311 (April 1864: no. 14).
--reprinted in German as 'A. R. Wallace über die Gegenwärtige und die Erloschene Thierwelt Borneo's' in Das Ausland 37(17): 407-408 (1864).

S98. discussion/N [regarding mimicry in insects, at the ESL meeting of 4 April 1864]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1864: 14-15 (14-15).
--same account printed in Zoologist 22: 9079-9080 (9079-9080) (June 1864: no. 271).

S99. discussion/N [of 'On the Universality of Belief in God, And in a Future State,' a paper by Rev. F. W. Farrar read at the ASL meeting of 5 April 1864]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 2: ccxx (ccxvii-ccxxii) (1864).

S100. discussion/N [of 'On Hybridity,' a paper by Rev. F. W. Farrar read at the ASL meeting of 5 April 1864]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 2: ccxxvi-ccxxvii (ccxxii-ccxxix) (1864).

S101. Note on Astur griseiceps, Schlegel. Ibis 6: 184 (& 1 color plate) (April 1864: no. 22).

S102. On the Parrots of the Malayan Region, With Remarks on Their Habits, Distribution, and Affinities, And the Descriptions of Two New Species [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 28 June 1864]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1864: 272-295 (includes map of the Malay Archipelago) (1864).

S102a. discussion/N [of paper on the parasites of bats, given at the ESL meeting of 4 July 1864]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1864: 32 (31-35).
--reprint: Zoologist 22: 9213 (9212-9216) (Aug. 1864: nos. 273-274).

S102b. discussion/N [regarding the views of Mr. William B. Tegetmeier on the reasons for bees' wax production, given at the ESL meeting of 4 July 1864]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1864: 32 (31-35).
--reprint: Zoologist 22: 9213 (9212-9216) (Aug. 1864: nos. 273-274).

S103. discussion/N [of paper on the delta of the Amazons by Henry W. Bates read in Bath at the 17 Sept. 1864 meeting of Section E, Geography and Ethnology, of the British Association for the Advancement of Science]. Athenaeum no. 1928: 470 (470) (8 Oct. 1864).

S104. On the Progress of Civilization in Northern Celebes [a paper read in Bath at the 19 Sept. 1864 meeting of Section E, Geography and Ethnology, of the BAAS]. abstract/P printed in "Notices and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections" portion of the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 34 (1864) (John Murray, London, 1865): 149-150.
--reprints: same abstract printed in Athenaeum no. 1929: 503 (15 Oct. 1864) and Anthropological Review 2: 332-334 (followed by an account of related discussion on p. 334) (Nov. 1864: no. 7); different abstract of paper consisting largely of many excerpts from the written text printed in Reader 4: 485c-486b (15 Oct. 1864: no. 94); paper later read at the Ethnological Society of London meeting of 24 Jan. 1865 and printed in full in Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London 4 (n.s.): 61-70 (1866); this incorporated, in large part, into Chapter 17 of The Malay Archipelago (9 March 1869).

S104a. discussion/N [brief remark on an Atractocerus specimen exhibited by Francis P. Pascoe at the ESL meeting of 3 Oct. 1864]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1864: 46 (45-46).

S105. discussion/N [of paper on islands north of Flores by John Cameron read at the RGS meeting of 12 Dec. 1864]. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society 9 (1864-65), no. 2: 31-32 (30-32) (1865).

S106. discussion/N [of 'Linga Puja, Or Phallic Worship in India,' a paper by E. Sellon read at the ASL meeting of 17 Jan. 1865]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 3: cxviii-cxix (cxiv-cxxi) (1865).

S107. The British Quarterly and Darwin [lttE]. Reader 5: 77c-78a (21 Jan. 1865: no. 108).

S108. The British Quarterly Reviewer and Darwin [lttE]. Reader 5: 173a-b (11 Feb. 1865: no. 111).

S108a. discussion/N [of remarks by Francis P. Pascoe regarding how insects melt snow, given at the ESL meeting of 3 April 1865]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London, 1865: 91 (88-92).
--reprints: Zoologist 23: 9557 (9554-9558) (May 1865: no. 284); The Entomologist no. 16: 237 (July 1865).

S109. List of the Land Shells Collected by Mr. Wallace in the Malay Archipelago, With Descriptions of the New Species by Mr. Henry Adams [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 25 April 1865]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1865: 405-416 (& 1 color plate) (1865).

S110. Public Responsibility and the Ballot [lttE responding to comments by John Stuart Mill]. Reader 5: 517a-b (6 May 1865: no. 123).

S111. discussion/N [of 'On the Efforts of Missionaries Among Savages,' a paper by Rev. J. W. Colenso read at the ASL meeting of 16 May 1865]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 3: cclxxxviii (ccxlviii-cclxxxix) (1865).

S112. Descriptions of New Birds From the Malay Archipelago [a paper read at the ZSL meeting of 13 June 1865]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1865: 474-481 (& 2 color plates) (1865).

S113. How to Civilize Savages [signed 'W.' but referred to in My Life (Vol. 2, pp. 24 & 52)]. Reader 5: 671a-672a (17 June 1865: no. 129).
--expanded version printed in SSS, Vol. 2: 107-114 (Nov. 1900).

S113a. discussion/N [of 'On Craniology and Phrenology in Relation to Ethnology,' a paper by Dr. Cornelius Donovan read at the Ethnological Society of London meeting of 4 July 1865]. The Ethnological Journal no. 2: 97 (96-97) (Aug. 1865).

S114. On the Pigeons of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis 1 (n.s.): 365-400 (& 1 color plate) (Oct. 1865: no. 4, n.s.).
--reprint: in German as 'Ueber die Tauben des Malayischen Archipels' in Journal für Ornithologie 14: 269-285 (Juli 1866: Heft 82).

S115. Is the Earth an Oblate or a Prolate Spheroid? [lttE]. Reader 7: 497b-c (19 May 1866: no. 177).

S116. lttE [one of two concerning the nature of the sphericity of the earth printed as 'The Figure of the Earth (not Archdeacon Pratt's)']. Reader 7: 546b (546a-b) (2 June 1866: no. 179).

S117. List of Lepidopterous Insects Collected at Takow, Formosa, by Mr. Robert Swinhoe [a joint paper by Wallace and Frederic Moore read at the ZSL meeting of 12 June 1866]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1866: 355-365 (1866).

S118. The Scientific Aspect of the Supernatural. The English Leader 2(4): 59-60 / 2(5): 75-76 / 2(6): 91-93 / 2(7): 107-108 / 2(8): 123-125 / 2(9): 139-140 / 2(10): 156-157 / 2(11): 171-173 (11 Aug. 1866 through 29 Sept. 1866: nos. 52-59).
--reprints: with minor additions as pamphlet entitled The Scientific Aspect of the Supernatural: Indicating the Desirableness of an Experimental Enquiry by Men of Science Into the Alleged Powers of Clairvoyants and Mediums (F. Farrah, London, 1866; pp. (i)-(vi), (1)-57); translated into German by Gregor C. Wittig and reprinted as pamphlet entitled Die Wissenschaftliche Ansicht des Uebernatürlichen (Leipzig, 1874; pp. xiv, 128); long excerpt printed as 'Mesmerism, Clairvoyance & Spiritualism' in The Spiritualist (London) 1(19): 145a-148c (15 March 1871); expanded version printed in On Miracles and Modern Spiritualism: 29-137 (March 1875).

S119. Address [given in Nottingham on 23 Aug. 1866 as President of the Dept. of Anthropology, Section D, Biology, of the BAAS]. in "Notices and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections" portion of the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 36 (1866) (John Murray, London, 1867): 93-94.
--reprints: as part of an article/N entitled 'Anthropology at the British Association' in Anthropological Review 4: 389-391 (386-408) (Oct. 1866: no. 15); untitled, in Athenaeum no. 2027: 278 (1 Sept. 1866); untitled in The Dental Cosmos: A Monthly Record of Dental Science (Philadelphia) 8(4): 209-210 (Nov. 1866).summary/N of address printed in Reader 7: 768c (1 Sept. 1866: no. 192).

S120. discussion/N [of various remarks made by others while serving as President of the Aug. 1866 meeting of the Dept. of Anthropology, Section D, Biology, of the BAAS; part of an article/N entitled 'Anthropology at the British Association']. Anthropological Review 4: 391-408 (386-408) (Oct. 1866: no. 15).

S121. On Reversed Sexual Characters in a Butterfly, And Its Interpretation on the Theory of Modification and Adaptive Mimicry [a paper read in Nottingham at the 27 Aug. 1866 meeting of Section D, Biology, of the BAAS]. in The British Association for the Advancement of Science. Nottingham Meeting, August, 1866. Report of the Papers, Discussions, and General Proceedings. ed. by William Tindal Robertson (Thomas Forman, Nottingham & Robert Hardwicke, London, 1866): 186-187 (followed by an account of related discussion on p. 187). [contributed by Shelley Innes]
--reprints: abstract/P printed in "Notices and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections" portion of the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 36 (1866) (John Murray, London, 1867): 79; different abstract/U, followed by an account of related discussion, printed in Athenaeum no. 2028: 309 (309) (8 Sept. 1866), in Reader 7: 847a (847a) (6 Oct. 1866: no. 197), and in Annual of Scientific Discovery (for 1866 and 1867) ed. by Samuel Kneeland (Gould & Lincoln, Boston, 1867): 310-311 (310-311); discussion/N of the same subject at the ESL meeting of 19 Nov. 1866 printed in Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London. 1866.: xxxviii-xxxix (xxxviii-xli); this then reprinted in Zoologist 2 (2nd s.): 573-574 (573-576) (Feb. 1867).

S122. discussion/N [of 'On Flint Implements Recently Discovered in North Devon,' a paper by H. S. Ellis read in Nottingham at the Aug. 1866 meeting of the Dept. of Anthropology, Section D, Biology, of the BAAS]. Reader 7: 863c (13 Oct. 1866: no. 198).

S123. Natural Selection [lttE concerning mimicry]. Athenaeum no. 2040: 716-717 (1 Dec. 1866).

S123a. discussion/N [regarding the views of David Sharp on mimicry, given at the ESL meeting of 3 Dec. 1866]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London. 1866.: xlvi-xlviii (xliv-xlviii).
--reprint: Zoologist 2 (2nd s.): 581-582 (579-582) (Feb. 1867).

S124. Ice Marks in North Wales (With a Sketch of Glacial Theories and Controversies). Quarterly Journal of Science 4: 33-51 (Jan. 1867: no. 13).

S125. Mr. Wallace on Natural Selection Applied to Anthropology [lttE]. Anthropological Review 5: 103-105 (Jan. 1867: no. 16).

S126. Postscript by Alfred R. Wallace [to an account of a séance written by Frances (Wallace) Sims, Wallace's sister, entitled 'A New Medium']. The Spiritual Magazine 2 (n.s.): 51-52 (49-52) (1 Feb. 1867).
--reprints: as 'Science and Spiritualism' in The Herts. Guardian, Agricultural Record and General Advertiser (Hertford) 16(4823): 8c (27 April 1867); as part of note/N entitled 'Science and Spiritualism' in Anthropological Review 5: 242-243 (242-243) (April 1867: no. 17); excerpt reprinted in Modern Spiritualism; A History and a Criticism, Vol. 2 by Frank Podmore (Methuen & Co., London, 1902): 65-66.

S126a. discussion/N [regarding the evolutionary basis of the views of Dr. Alexander Wallace on male-female size differences in butterflies, given at the ESL meeting of 4 Feb. 1867]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London. 1867.: lxxi (lxx-lxxi).
--reprints: Zoologist 2 (2nd s.): 645 (645) (March 1867); The Entomologist 3: 274 (May 1867: no. 41)

S126b. discussion/N [regarding the views of Mr. C. A. Wilson on insect acclimatization in Australia, given at the ESL meeting of 4 Feb. 1867]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London. 1867.: lxxiii (lxxi-lxxiii).
--reprint: Zoologist 2 (2nd s.): 647 (646-647) (March 1867).

S127. On the Pieridæ of the Indian and Australian Regions [a paper read at the ESL meeting of 18 Feb. 1867]. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 4 (3rd s.), part III: 301-416 (& 4 color plates) (Nov. 1867).

S128. discussion/N [of paper concerning a tributary of the Rio Purus in Peru by W. Chandless read at the RGS meeting of 25 Feb. 1867]. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society 11 (1866-67), no. 3: 108-109 (100-110) (14 June 1867).

S129. discussion/N [Wallace's explanation of brilliant colors in caterpillar larvae, and others' comments thereon, presented at the ESL meeting of 4 March 1867]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London. 1867.: lxxx-lxxxi (lxxx-lxxxi).
--reprint: Zoologist 2 (2nd s.): 717-718 (717-718) (April 1867).

S130. Caterpillars and Birds [lttE]. The Field, The Country Gentleman's Newspaper 29: 206a-b (23 March 1867: no. 743).
--reprints: as a separate, for distribution [contributed by James Moore]; in My Life, Vol. 2: 4-6 (Oct. 1905).

S130a. discussion/N [regarding a plague of beetles in Australia, given at the ESL meeting of 1 April 1867]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London. 1867.: lxxxv (lxxxv).
--reprint: Zoologist 2 (2nd s.): 797 (796-797) (June 1867).

S130b. discussion/N [regarding Frederick Smith's comments on the evolution of the ovipositor of an ichneumon fly, given at the ESL meeting of of 1 April 1867]. Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London. 1867.: lxxxv (lxxxv).
--reprint: Zoologist 2 (2nd s.): 797 (797) (June 1867).

S131. The Polynesians and Their Migrations [review of Les Polynésiens et Leurs Migrations by Armand de Quatrefages de Bréau, 1864]. Quarterly Journal of Science 4: 161-166 (April 1867: no. 14).
--expanded version printed in SSS, Vol. 1: 399-415 (Nov. 1900).

S131a. annotations. to 'List of Birds Collected by Mr.Wallace on the Lower Amazons and Rio Negro' by P. L. Sclater and Osbert Salvin [read at the ZSL meeting of 23 May 1867]. Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London 1867: 566-596 (1867). [contributed by Christine Garwood]

S132. Notes of a Séance With Miss Nicholl at the House of Mr. A. S--, 15th May. The Spiritual Magazine 2 (n.s.): 254-255 (1 June 1867).

S133. discussion/N [of 'On Physio-anthropology, Its Aim and Method,' a paper by James Hunt read at the 4 June 1867 meeting of the ASL; Wallace's discussion presented at the 18 June 1867 meeting]. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London 5: cclvi-cclvii (ccix-cclvii) (1867).

S134. Mimicry, and Other Protective Resemblances Among Animals [notice of works by Henry W. Bates, Alfred R. Wallace, Andrew Murray, and Charles Darwin; anonymous, but referred to in a letter from Darwin to Wallace dated 6 July 1867 (Marchant, 1916, p. 154); written in 1865-1866, according to My Life (Vol. 1, p. 407)]. Westminster Review 32 (n.s.), no. 1: 1-43 (London ed.) (1 July 1867: no. 173).
--reprints: Littell's Living Age (4th s., no. 70): 259-282 (3 Aug. 1867: no. 1209); revised version printed in CTNS: 45-129 (April 1870); this then reprinted in NSTN: 34-90 (May 1891); extracts from CTNS (1871 ed.) version reprinted in The Naturalist as Interpreter and Seer ed. by George Iles (Doubleday, Page & Co., New York, 1902): 71-100.

S135. A Catalogue of the Cetoniidæ of the Malayan Archipelago, With Descriptions of the New Species [a paper read at the ESL meeting of 1 July 1867]. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 4 (3rd s.), part V: 519-601 (& 4 color plates) (May 1868).
--synopsis of the new species described printed in Journal of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London. 1867.: xciii-xcvii.

S136. The Philosophy of Birds' Nests. Intellectual Observer 11(6): 413-420 (July 1867).
--revised version printed in CTNS: 211-230 (April 1870); this then revised further and printed in NSTN: 98-117 (May 1891).

S137. letter [concerning séance experiences to Benjamin Coleman; described and quoted from in Coleman's article 'Passing Events--The Spread of Spiritualism']. The Spiritual Magazine 2 (n.s.): 349-350 (342-354) (1 Aug. 1867).

S138. The Disguises of Insects. Hardwicke's Science-Gossip 3: 193-198 (1 Sept. 1867).
--revised version printed in SSS, Vol. 1: 185-198 (Nov. 1900).

S139. On Birds' Nests and Their Plumage; Or the Relation Between Sexual Differences of Colour and the Mode of Nidification in Birds [a paper read in Dundee at the 9 Sept. 1867 meeting of Section D, Biology, of the BAAS]. abstract/U printed in "Notices and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections" portion of the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 37 (1867) (John Murray, London, 1868): 97.
--reprints: entire paper printed as 'Birds' Nests and Plumage, Or the Relation Between Sexual Differences of Colour and the Mode of Nidification in Birds' in The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette 12 Oct. 1867 (no. 41 for 1867): 1047-1048; greatly expanded version entitled 'A Theory of Birds' Nests: Shewing the Relation of Certain Sexual Differences of Colour in Birds to Their Mode of Nidification' printed in Journal of Travel and Natural History 1(2): 73-89 (March? 1868); the revised version reprinted in French as 'Théorie sur les Relations Qui Existent entre Certaines Différences Sexuelles de Couleur chez les Oiseaux et Leur Mode de Nidification' in Archives des Sciences Physiques et Naturelles 33 (nouvelle période): 5-30 (Septembre 1868: no. 129); further revised version printed in CTNS: 231-263 (April 1870); this then reprinted in NSTN: 118-140 (May 1891).

S140. Creation by Law [in effect a review of The Reign of Law by the Duke of Argyll, 1867]. Quarterly Journal of Science 4: 471-488 (& 1 plate) (Oct. 1867: no. 16).
--revised version printed in CTNS: 264-302 (April 1870); this then reprinted in NSTN: 141-166 (May 1891).

S141. On the Raptorial Birds of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis 4 (n.s.): 1-27 (& 1 color plate) (Jan. 1868: no. 13, n.s.).

S141a. Spiritualism in Java [lttE describing spiritualistic phenomena in Java reported in Pfeiffer's Second Voyage Round the World]. Spiritual Magazine (London) 3 (n.s.): 92 (Feb. 1868).

S142. Corrections of, and Additions to, the Catalogue of the Raptorial Birds of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis 4 (n.s.): 215-216 (April 1868: no. 14, n.s.).

S142ab. Atlantic and Great Western Railway [lttE concerning the policies of the company; dated 28 July, 9, St. Mark's-crescent, N.W.]. The Daily News (London) no. 6940: 7c (30 July 1868).

S142aa. discussion/N [of paper on the races and antiquity of mankind by T. H. Huxley read in Norwich at the 24 Aug. 1868 "Fourth Meeting" of the Third International Congress of Prehistoric Archæology]. in International Congress of Prehistoric Archæology: Transactions of the Third Session (Longmans, Green, & Co., London, 1869): 103-104 (92-105).

S142a. discussion/N [of 'On the Difficulties of Darwinism,' a paper by Rev. F. O. Morris read in Norwich at the late August meeting of Section D, Biology, of the British Association for the Advancement of Science]. Athenæum no. 2134: 373-374 (373-374) (19 Sept. 1868). [contributed by Christine Garwood]
--reprint: in The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (Lockwood & Co., London, 1869): 176-177.

S142b. lttE [suggesting the reprinting of some letters on spiritualism]. Spiritual Magazine (London) 3 (n.s.): 432 (Sept. 1868).

S143. Museums for the People. Macmillan's Magazine 19: 244-250 (Jan. 1869: no. 111).
--slightly revised version printed in SSS, Vol. 2: 1-15 (Nov. 1900).

S143a. discussion/N [regarding the brightness of color of beetles in the East Indies, given at the ESL meeting of 15 Feb. 1869]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London for the Year 1869: iv (iv).
--reprint: Zoologist 4 (2nd s.): 1608 (1607-1608) (March 1869).

S143b. discussion/N [regarding a paper on the protective adaptations of caterpillars by J. Jenner Weir read at the ESL meeting of 1 March 1869]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London for the Year 1869: vii (vi-vii).
--reprints: Zoologist 4 (2nd s.): 1648 (1647-1648) (April 1869); The Entomologist 4: 290-291 (July 1869: no. 67).

S144. lttE [one of two printed as 'A Scientific Club']. Scientific Opinion 1: 378b (378b-c) (17 March 1869: no. 20).

S145. Notes on Eastern Butterflies [a paper read at the ESL meeting of 5 April 1869]. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1869, part I: 77-81 (April 1869).

S146. Sir Charles Lyell on Geological Climates and the Origin of Species [running title for review of Principles of Geology (10th ed.), 1867-1868, and Elements of Geology (6th ed.), 1865, both by Sir Charles Lyell; anonymous, but referred to in My Life (Vol. 1, p. 406)]. Quarterly Review 126: 359-394 (April 1869: no. 252).

S147. Notes on Eastern Butterflies (continued) [a paper read at the ESL meeting of 3 May 1869]. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1869, part IV: 277-288 (Aug. 1869).

S148. Notes on Eastern Butterflies (continued) [a paper read at the ESL meetings of 7 June and 5 July 1869]. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1869, part IV: 321-349 (Aug. 1869).

S149. questions [posed as member of the Committee on Spiritualism of the London Dialectical Society; concerning evidence presented by Manual Eyre and "Miss Douglass" at the Committee meetings of 8 June 1869 & 6 July 1869, respectively]. in Report on Spiritualism, of the Committee of the London Dialectical Society, Together With the Evidence, Oral and Written, And a Selection From the Correspondence (Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer, London, Nov. 1871): 183 (178-184), 210 (209-211).

S150. discussion/N [of 'On the Primitive Condition of Man,' a paper by Sir John Lubbock read in Exeter at the 23 Aug. 1869 meeting of Section D, Biology, of the BAAS; part of an article/N entitled 'Anthropology at the British Association, 1869']. Anthropological Review 7: 420-421 (414-432) (Oct. 1869: no. 27); also reported in The Times (London) no. 26525: 6c (25 Aug. 1869).

S151. discussion/N [of 'The Occasional Definition of the Convolutions of the Brain on the Exterior of the Head,' a paper by T. S. Prideaux read in Exeter at the late August meeting of the BAAS; part of an article/N entitled 'Anthropology at the British Association, 1869']. Anthropological Review 7: 430-431 (414-432) (Oct. 1869: no. 27).

S152. The Origin of Civilization [lttE]. Spectator 42: 1072-1073 (11 Sept. 1869: no. 2150).

S153. The Origin of Moral Intuitions [lttE]. Scientific Opinion 2: 336b-337a (15 Sept. 1869: no. 46).
--reprint: most of letter incorporated into S165.

S154. Notes on the Localities Given in Longicornia Malayana, With an Estimate of the Comparative Value of the Collections Made at Each of Them. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 3 (3rd s.), part VII: 691-696 (Oct. 1869).

S154a. discussion/N [regarding Francis P. Pascoe's comments on fungal growth observed on a beetle, given at the ESL meeting of 15 Nov. 1869]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London for the Year 1869: xxv (xxv).
--reprint: Zoologist 5 (2nd s.): 1991 (1990-1991) (Jan. 1870).

S155. The Origin of Species Controversy [review of Habit and Intelligence in Their Connexion With the Laws of Matter and Force by Joseph John Murphy, 1869]. I. Nature 1: 105-107 (25 Nov. 1869) / II. Nature 1: 132-133 (2 Dec. 1869).
--reprint: in French as 'L'Origine des Espèces.-L'Intelligence dans la Nature.-Classification des Sciences' in Revue des Cours Scientifiques 7: 605-608 (20 Août 1870: no. 38).

S156. Introductory Remarks. to A Catalogue of the Aculeate Hymenoptera and Ichneumonidæ of India and the Eastern Archipelago by Frederick Smith [a paper read at the LSL meeting of 16 Dec. 1869]. Journal of the Linnean Society: Zoology 11: 285-302 (1873).

S157. Government Aid to Science [lttE]. Nature 1: 288-289 (13 Jan. 1870).
--reprint: in My Life, Vol. 2: 55-59 (Oct. 1905).

S158. Government Aid to Science [lttE]. Nature 1: 315 (20 Jan. 1870).

S158a. discussion/N [regarding the possible sexual selection explanation of J. O. Westwood's comments on the differences among some species of butterflies, given at the ESL meeting of 7 Feb. 1870]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London for the Year 1870: ii (ii).
--reprints: Zoologist 5 (2nd s.): 2070 (2070) (March 1870); The Entomologist 5: 63 (April 1870: no. 76).

S159. The Measurement of Geological Time [according to Island Life (3rd ed., p. 223), first presented in 1869 as a paper to Section C, Geology, at the annual BAAS meetings, but I can find no evidence to support this]. I. Nature 1: 399-401 (17 Feb. 1870) / II. Nature 1: 452-455 (3 March 1870).

S159a. discussion/N [regarding Francis P. Pascoe's request for help on a point of beetle nomenclature, given at the ESL meeting of 21 Feb. 1870]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London for the Year 1870: vi (v-vi).
--reprint: Zoologist 5 (2nd s.): 2111 (2110-2111) (April 1870).

S160. review [of A Geographical Handbook of All the Known Ferns With Tables to Show Their Distribution by Katharine M. Lyell, 1870]. Nature 1: 428 (24 Feb. 1870).

S161. review [of Hereditary Genius: An Inquiry Into Its Laws and Consequences by Francis Galton, 1869]. Nature 1: 501-503 (17 March 1870).
--reprint: The College Courant (New Haven) 6(15): 239 (16 April 1870).

S162. lttE [one of several printed as 'Experiments on the Convexity of Water']. The Field, The Country Gentleman's Newspaper 35: 305a-b (305a-c) (2 April 1870: no. 901).

S163. lttE [one of two printed as 'The Convexity of Water']. The Field, The Country Gentleman's Newspaper 35: 317b-c (317b-c) (16 April 1870: no. 903).

S164. On Instinct in Man and Animals. in CTNS: 201-210 (April 1870).
--reprint: in NSTN: 91-97 (May 1891).

S165. The Limits of Natural Selection as Applied to Man [a "further development" of the last portion of S146; incorporates part of S153]. in CTNS: 332-371 (April 1870).
--reprints: in NSTN: 186-214 (May 1891); pp. 333-360 of original CTNS version reprinted as second half of pamphlet entitled The Action of Natural Selection on Man (University Series, no. 6: Charles C. Chatfield, & Co., New Haven, Aug. 1871): 29-54 (No. 6 included with Nos. 7-10 as Half Hours With Modern Scientists. Lectures and Essays. Second Series. first published by Charles C. Chatfield & Co., New Haven, April 1873; no. 6 later reprinted, as part of pamphlet (1882 & 1886) and as part of collection (1877), by D. Van Nostrand, New York); pp. 333-360 of original CTNS version reprinted as 'What Natural Selection Can Not Do' in Littell's Living Age 109 (4th s., vol. 21): 686-694 (10 June 1871: no. 1410); also as 'Natural Selection: What It Cannot Do' in the Springfield Daily Republican 6 July 1871..

S166. review [of The Handy Book of Bees; Being a Practical Treatise on Their Profitable Management by A. Pettigrew, 1870]. Nature 2: 82-83 (2 June 1870).

S167. discussion/N [of 'On the Geographical Distribution of the Chief Modifications of Mankind,' a paper by Thomas Huxley read at the Ethnological Society of London meeting of 7 June 1870]. Journal of the Ethnological Society of London 2 (n.s.): 411-412 (404-412) (1870).

S167aa. The Philosophy of Bird's Nests. [lttE responding to an inquiry]. The Echo (London) no. 468: 3c (10 June 1870).

S167a. Natural History Collections [letter by P. L. Sclater containing a Memorial sent in 1866 to the then Chancellor of the Exchequer concerning the organization of the Natural History Museum; signed by Wallace & 24 others]. Nature 2: 118 (16 June 1870).
--reprint: in another letter by Sclater in Nature 9: 41 (20 Nov. 1873: no. 212).

S168. Twelve-wired Bird of Paradise [lttE]. Nature 2: 234 (21 July 1870).

S168a. Report to the Council, By the Examiner in Physical Geography for 1870. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society 14 (1869-70), no. 3: 255-256 (15 Aug. 1870).

S169. review [of Researches Into the Early History of Mankind and the Development of Civilization (2nd ed.) by Edward B. Tylor, 1870]. Nature 2: 350-351 (1 Sept. 1870).

S170. discussion/N [of 'Certain Principles to Be Observed in the Establishment of a National Museum of Natural History,' a paper by P. L. Sclater read in Liverpool at the 16 Sept. 1870 meeting of Section D, Biology, of the BAAS]. Nature 2: 465 (465-466) (6 Oct. 1870).

S171. On a Diagram of the Earth's Eccentricity and the Precession of the Equinoxes, Illustrating Their Relation to Geological Climate and the Rate of Organic Change [a paper read in Liverpool at the 20 Sept. 1870 meeting of Section C, Geology, of the BAAS]. abstract/P printed in the "Notices and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections" portion of the Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 40 (1870) (John Murray, London, 1871): 89.
--same abstract printed in Athenaeum no. 2242: 500-501 (15 Oct. 1870) and as 'The Earth's Eccentricity' in The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (Lockwood & Co., London, 1871): 115; another printed as 'Geological Climates and Organic Changes' in English Mechanic and World of Science 12(288): 31b-31c (30 Sept. 1870).

S172. The Glaciation of Brazil [review of Thayer Expedition: Scientific Results of a Journey in Brazil. By Louis Agassiz and His Travelling Companions. Geology and Physical Geography of Brazil. by Charles Frederick Hartt, 1870]. Nature 2: 510-512 (27 Oct. 1870).

S173. Man and Natural Selection. Nature 3: 8-9 (3 Nov. 1870).

S174. An Answer to the Arguments of Hume, Lecky, and Others, Against Miracles [a paper read in London as the first of a series of weekly "winter soirées" on 14 Nov. 1870]. The Spiritualist (London) 1(15): 113c-116b (15 Nov. 1870). [account/N of discussion following the paper's presentation printed as 'The Meetings at the Beethoven Rooms' in The Spiritual News (London) 1(1): 2 (1 Dec. 1870)]
--reprints: as a privately printed pamphlet (London, 1871; pp. (1)-24); as 'No Antecedent Impossibility in Miracles. A Reply to Modern Objectors.' in The Spiritual Magazine 7 (n.s.): 112-129 (March 1872); revised version of paper printed in On Miracles and Modern Spiritualism: 1-28 (March 1875); abridged version of paper printed as 'Modern Objections to Miracles' in Report on Spiritualism, of the Committee of the London Dialectical Society, Together With the Evidence, Oral and Written, And a Selection From the Correspondence (Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer, London, Nov. 1871): 83-90 (preceded by introductory letter on p. 82); excerpt from the Miracles... version reprinted as 'An Answer to the Arguments of Hume Against Miracles' in Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 31(10): 307-316 (Oct. 1937).

S175. Natural Selection--Mr. Wallace's Reply to Mr. Bennett. Nature 3: 49-50 (17 Nov. 1870).
--excerpt reprinted in My Life, Vol. 2: 8-9 (Oct. 1905).

S176. lttE [one of several printed as 'The Difficulties of Natural Selection']. Nature 3: 85-86 (85-86) (1 Dec. 1870).

S177. The Difficulties of Natural Selection [lttE]. Nature 3: 107 (8 Dec. 1870).

S178. review [of Observations on the Geology and Zoology of Abyssinia by W. T. Blanford, 1870]. Academy 2: 66-67 (15 Dec. 1870: no. 15).

S179. lttE [one of two printed as 'Mimicry versus Hybridity']. Nature 3: 165-166 (165-166) (29 Dec. 1870).

S179aa. letters [eight Wallace letters and a Memorandum of Agreement concerning the Bedford Canal experiment and its aftermath]. in Is Water Level or Convex After All? by John Hampden (Alfred Bull, Printer, Swindon, 1870): 14-17. [contributed by John van Wyhe]

S179a. letters [introduction to extracts from letters concerning the behavior of horned toads and rattlesnakes dated May 1870 and Aug. 1870, from Mr. John Wallace (Wallace's brother) to Wallace; read at the 3 Jan. 1871 meeting of the ZSL]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1871, no. I: 1-2.

S180. review [of The Intelligence and Perfectibility of Animals From a Philosophic Point of View. With a Few Letters on Man. by Charles Georges Leroy, 1870]. Nature 3: 182-183 (5 Jan. 1871).

S181. The President's Address [read at the ESL annual meeting of 23 Jan. 1871]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London for the Year 1870: xliv-lxix.
--reprints: summary/U of address printed untitled in Nature 3: 312 (16 Feb. 1871); a portion of address printed as 'Mr. Wallace's Anniversary Address' in Nature 3: 435-438 (30 March 1871); a portion of address reprinted as 'The Coleoptera of Madeira as Illustrating the Origin of Insular Faunas' in SSS, Vol. 1: 250-266 (Nov. 1900).

S182. review [of A Voyage Round the World by the Marquis de Beauvoir, 1870]. Nature 3: 244 (26 Jan. 1871).

S182a. review [of The Mutineers of the Bounty, and Their Descendants in Pitcairn and Norfolk Islands by Lady Diana Belcher, 1870]. Academy 2: 107-109 (1 Feb. 1871: no. 17).

S183. review [of A Ride Through the Disturbed Districts of New Zealand; Together With Some Account of the South Sea Islands. Being Selections From the Journals and Letters of Lieut. the Hon. Herbert Meade, R.N. Edited by His Brother., 1870]. Nature 3: 264 (2 Feb. 1871).

S184. The Theory of Glacial Motion [comments on two papers by James Croll: 'On Ocean Currents' and 'On the Cause of the Motion of Glaciers']. Nature 3: 309-310 (16 Feb. 1871).

S184a. discussion/N [of 'Dispersal of Non-migratory Insects by Atmospheric Agencies,' a paper by Albert Müller read at the ESL meeting of 20 Feb. 1871]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London for the Year 1871: v (v-vi).
--reprint: Zoologist 6 (2nd s.): 2564-2565 (2564-2565) (April 1871).

S185. The Metamorphoses of Insects [review of The Transformations (or Metamorphoses) of Insects (Insecta, Myriapoda, Arachnida, and Crustacea) by M. Émile Blanchard, adapted to English by P. Martin Duncan, 1870]. Nature 3: 329-331 (23 Feb. 1871).

S186. review [of The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex by Charles Darwin, 1871]. Academy 2: 177-183 (15 March 1871: no. 20).
--reprint: as pamphlet entitled Mr. Wallace and Mr. Darwin. A Review and Criticism of Mr. Darwin`s "Descent of Man." (August Brentano, New York, Aug. 1871; pp. 36).

S187. review [of The Honey Bee: Its Natural History, Physiology, and Management (rev. ed.) by Edward Bevan, 1870]. Nature 3: 385 (16 March 1871).

S188. discussion/N [of 'On Additions to the Atlantic Coleoptera,' a paper by T. Vernon Wollaston read at the ESL meeting of 20 March 1871]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London for the Year 1871: xiii (xi-xiii).
--reprint: Zoologist 6 (2nd s.): 2572 (2570-2572) (May 1871).

S189. review [of A Monograph of the Alcedinidæ: Or, Family of Kingfishers by Richard B. Sharpe, 1868-1871]. Nature 3: 466-467 (13 April 1871).

S190. review [of A History of the Birds of Europe, Including All the Species Inhabiting the Western Palæarctic Region, Part 1 by Richard B. Sharpe & Henry E. Dresser, 1871]. Nature 3: 505 (27 April 1871).

S191. On the Attitude of Men of Science Towards the Investigators of Spiritualism. in The Year-book of Spiritualism for 1871 ed. by Hudson Tuttle & J. M. Peebles (William White & Co., Boston, April 1871): 28-31.
-- reprint: The Spiritual Record (Glasgow & London) 1(11): 632-634 (April 1884).

S192. review [of British Insects. A Familiar Description of the Form, Structure, Habits, and Transformations of Insects. by E. F. Staveley, 1871]. Nature 4: 22-24 (11 May 1871).

S193. review [of Natural History of the Azores, or Western Islands by Frederick Du Cane Godman, 1870]. Academy 2: 266-267 (15 May 1871: no. 24).
--partial reprint as 'Fauna and Flora of the Azores' in American Naturalist 6(3): 176-177 (March 1872).

S194. review [of Notes of a Naturalist in the Nile Valley and Malta by Andrew Leith Adams, 1870]. Academy 2: 336-337 (1 July 1871: no. 27).

S195. review [of Journeys in North China, Manchuria, and Eastern Mongolia; With Some Account of Corea by Rev. Alexander Williamson, 1870]. Academy 2: 337 (1 July 1871: no. 27).

S196. Bastian on the Origin of Life [review of The Modes of Origin of Lowest Organisms: Including a Discussion of the Experiments of M. Pasteur, And a Reply to Some Statements by Professors Huxley and Tyndall by H. Charlton Bastian, 1871]. Nature 4: 178-179 (6 July 1871).

S197. lttE [one of two printed as 'A New View of Darwinism']. Nature 4: 181 (180-181) (6 July 1871).

S198. lttE [one of several printed as 'Mr. Howorth on Darwinism']. Nature 4: 221 (221-222) (20 July 1871).

S199. lttE [one of several printed as 'Recent Neologisms']. Nature 4: 222 (222) (20 July 1871).

S200. review [of At Last: A Christmas in the West Indies by Charles Kingsley, 1871]. Nature 4: 282-284 (10 Aug. 1871).

S200aa. Proofs of the Rotundity of the Earth [lttE concerning the Bedford Canal experiment]. English Mechanic and World of Science 14(342): 94a-94b (13 Oct. 1871).

S200ac. lttE [one of several printed as 'The Shape of the Earth Controversy']. English Mechanic and World of Science 14(345): 170a (170a-170c) (3 Nov. 1871).

S200ab. lttE [one of several printed as 'The Shape of the Earth Controversy']. English Mechanic and World of Science 14(346): 193b (193b-194a) (10 Nov. 1871).

S200a. note/N [containing excerpts from a lttE Wallace wrote concerning remarks on spiritualism made in an article in the Quarterly Review]. Academy 2: 512-513 (15 Nov. 1871: no. 36).

S200b. lttE [one of two printed as 'Last Words on the Shape of the Earth Controversy']. English Mechanic and World of Science 14(347): 220b (220a-220b) (17 Nov. 1871).

S201. review [of Insects at Home: Being a Popular Account of British Insects, Their Structures, Habits, and Transformations by Rev. John G. Wood, 1871]. Nature 5: 65-68 (23 Nov. 1871).

S202. Reply to Mr. Hampden's Charges Against Mr. Wallace [a privately printed pamphlet responding to John Hampden's slanderous remarks: see S162 & S163, My Life (Vol. 2, pp. 364-376), & Schadewald (1978)]. J. J. Tiver, London, Nov. 1871; pp. (1)-8.
--includes two letters to Hampden earlier printed by the latter in his pamphlet entitled Is Water Level or Convex After All? (Swindon, 1870).

S203. review [of A Synonymic Catalogue of Diurnal Lepidoptera by William F. Kirby, 1871]. Academy 2: 538 (1 Dec. 1871: no. 37).

S204. letter [to James Edmunds; included as part of a letter by Edmunds entitled 'The Paper by Dr. Edmunds']. The Spiritualist (London) 1(28): 221b (221b-c) (15 Dec. 1871).

S205. The President's Address [read at the ESL's annual meeting of 22 Jan. 1872]. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London for the Year 1871: li-lxxv.
--reprints: extract from address printed as 'Wallace on the Origin of Insects' in Nature 5: 350-351 (29 Feb. 1872); another extract printed as 'Death of Professor Ratzeburg' in The Entomologist 6: 55-56 (March 1872: no. 101).

S206. Dr. Carpenter and Psychic Force [lttE originally submitted to, but not printed by, The Daily Telegraph]. The Spiritualist (London) 2(2): 13a (15 Feb. 1872: no. 30).
--reprints: in large part in 'Another Lesson From the Radiometer' by William Crookes in Nineteenth Century 1(5): 884 (879- 887) (July 1877); this then reprinted in Popular Science Monthly Supplement I-VI: 304 (301-306) (1877).

S207. review [of Primitive Culture: Researches Into the Development of Mythology, Philosophy, Religion, Art, and Custom by Edward B. Tylor, 1871]. Academy 3: 69-71 (15 Feb. 1872: no. 42).
--extensive excerpts included in 'Mr. Alfred R. Wallace on Expectant Attention and Popular Superstitions, And on the Difference Between Mesmeric and Spiritual Phenomena,' a notice/N printed in The Spiritual Magazine 7 (n.s.): 145-151 (April 1872).

S208. Ethnology and Spiritualism [lttE responding to Edward Tylor's comments (Nature 5: 343) on S207]. Nature 5: 363-364 (7 March 1872).
--reprints: as 'The Objective Nature of Spiritual Phenomena' in The Spiritualist (London) 2(3): 17a-b (15 March 1872: no. 31); extensive excerpts included in 'Mr. Alfred R. Wallace on Expectant Attention and Popular Superstitions, And on the Difference Between Mesmeric and Spiritual Phenomena,' a notice/N printed in The Spiritual Magazine 7 (n.s.): 145-151 (April 1872).

S208a. Public Gardens. Parks and Building Ground. [lttE followed by approving comments from the Editor]. The Garden 1: 343 (343) (9 March 1872).

S209. review [of The Debatable Land Between This World and the Next by Robert Dale Owen, 1871]. Quarterly Journal of Science 2 (n.s.; 9, o.s.): 237-247 (April 1872: no. 34, o.s.).
--reprints: excerpts printed as 'Mr. Wallace on Spiritual Phenomena' in The Spiritualist (London) 2(4): 27b-c (15 April 1872: no. 32); excerpt printed as 'Mr. Alfred Wallace on the Relation of Spiritualism to Science' in The Spiritual Magazine 7 (n.s.): 231 (May 1872); in Harbinger of Light (date unknown).

S210. The Last Attack on Darwinism [review of An Exposition of Fallacies in the Hypothesis of Mr. Darwin by Charles R. Bree, 1872]. Nature 6: 237-239 (25 July 1872).

S211. review [of The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of Origin, and Transformations of Lower Organisms by H. Charlton Bastian, 1872]. I. Nature 6: 284-287 (8 Aug. 1872) / II. Nature 6: 299-303 (15 Aug. 1872).

S212. discussion/N [of 'On the Diversity of Evolution Under Uniform External Conditions,' a paper by Rev. John T. Gulick read in Brighton at the 19 Aug. 1872 meeting of the Dept. of Zoology and Botany, Section D, Biology, of the BAAS]. Nature 6: 407 (406-407) (12 Sept. 1872).
--a shorter summary/N printed in Athenaeum no. 2340: 274 (274) (31 Aug. 1872).

S213. discussion/N [of 'On the Scientific Value of Beauty,' a paper by F. T. Mott read in Brighton at the 20 Aug. 1872 meeting of the Dept. of Zoology and Botany, Section D, Biology, of the BAAS]. Athenaeum no. 2340: 275 (275) (31 Aug. 1872).

S214. lttE [one of two printed as 'Ocean Circulation']. Nature 6: 328-329 (328-329) (22 Aug. 1872).

S214a. The "Bedford Level" Experiments [lttE]. The Zetetic: A Monthly Journal of Cosmographical Science no. 2: 14 (Aug. 1872). [contributed by John van Wyhe]

S215. review [of The Birds of Europe, Parts 11 & 12 by Richard B. Sharpe & Henry E. Dresser]. Nature 6: 390-391 (12 Sept. 1872).

S216. Instinct [lttE]. The Spiritualist (London) 2(9): 70c (15 Sept. 1872: no. 37).

S217. Houzeau on the Faculties of Man and Animals [review of Études sur les Facultés Mentales des Animaux Comparées à Celles de l'Homme, Par un Voyageur Naturaliste by Jean Charles Houzeau, 1872]. Nature 6: 469-471 (10 Oct. 1872).

S218. Misleading Cyclopædias [lttE]. Nature 7: 68 (28 Nov. 1872: no. 161).

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