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Writings on Wallace:
Selected Secondary Sources From His Own Time


Important:  The entries are followed, as possible or relevant (many of the pdfs are drawn directly or indirectly from the original hardcopy volumes), by their sources, coded by the source database and the institutional source of the original scans.  Codes for the databases are:  BHL (Biodiversity Heritage Library), CDL (Cornell Digital Library), GB (Google Books), HT (HathiTrust Digital Library, IA (Internet Archive), and TR (Trove, National Library of Australia).  Institutional codes should be self-evident.


Aflalo, F. G., 6 Sept. 1913. The valley of passengers. Academy and Literature No. 2157: 313. [includes mention of a Wallace referral to John Muir]

Allen, Grant, 1879. The Colour-Sense; Its Origin and Development. An Essay in Comparative Psychology. London: Trübner & Co. 282 pp. [reviewed in S304; much commentary on Wallace's ideas on color]

_____, 24 April 1879. Colour in nature. Nature 19(495): 580-581. [letter to the Editor regarding S304; replied to in S308]

Allen, Joel A., Jan. 1878. An inadequate "theory of birds' nests." Bulletin of the Nuttall Ornithological Club 3(1): 23-32 [GB: Indiana]. [discusses S139]

Anonymous, 1860. A. R. Wallace's Reisen in Celebes. Mittheilungen aus Justus Perthes' Geographischer Anstalt über wichtige neue Erforschungen auf dem Gesammtgebiete der Geographie 6: 320. [minor notice of Wallace's work in the Celebes, and S57]

_____, 12 April 1862. untitled notice. Athenaeum No. 1798: 502b. [describes the donation of Wallace's live paradise birds to the Zoological Society]

_____, 12 April 1862. Birds of paradise in the Regent's Park. The London Review 4(93): 345-346.

_____, Juillet 1864. Rev. Samuel Haughton on form, etc. Archives des Sciences Physiques et Naturelles (Geneva) 5, nouvelle période: 279-283. [discussion of Samuel Haughton paper & S83]

_____, 3 Oct. 1868. Natural and supernatural selection. Spectator 41(2101): 1154-1155. [refers to 1868 article in Fraser’s, by Greg]

_____, Jan. 1869. The alleged failure of natural selection in the case of man. Quarterly Journal of Science 6: 152-153. [refers to 1868 article in Fraser’s, by Greg]

_____, 28 Aug. 1869. Spectator 42(2148): 1002-1003 [HT: UMich]. [concerning S150, Wallace's remarks on a John Lubbock paper on early man; referred to in S152]

_____, 13 Jan. 1870. Government aid to science. Nature 1: 279-280. [refers to S157; replied to in S158]

_____ ('Taxpayer'), 27 Jan. 1870. State aid to science. Nature 1: 335 [HT: Cornell]. [comments on S157 and S158]

_____ ('E. G. A.'), 10 Feb. 1870. Government aid to science. Nature 1: 385-386 [HT: Cornell]. [comments on S157 and S158]

_____, 27 April 1870. The convexity of water painfully demonstrated. Scientific Opinion 3: 377 [HT: Harvard]. [includes 8 February 1870 agreement document between Wallace and John Hampden]

_____, April 1870. The action of natural selection on man. Westminster Review (London ed.) 37(2): 536-548 [GB]. [analysis of S93 and three other works]

_____, 2 July 1870. Instinct or intelligence? Saturday Evening Post: 2c-2d. [comments on S136]

_____, 30 July 1870. Is the world round? Chambers's Journal No. 344: 484-485 [HT: Indiana]. [concerning S162 and the Bedford Canal "flat earth" experiment; partially reprinted 20 Aug. 1870 in Every Saturday 1(34), n.s.: 539b-539d.]

_____, April 1871. The rotundity of the earth. Illustrated Review (London) 1(12): 398-401. [concerning the Bedford Canal experiment]

_____, 24 June 1871. The philosophy of birds' nests. Once a Week No. 182, n.s.: 593-597 [HT: UMich]. [analysis concerning S136 and S139]

_____, 13 Sept. 1871. Natural selection and man. Christian Union (New York) 4(11): 173d. [comments on the final two chapters of S716]

_____, ('W. G.'), 20 Oct. 1871. The shape of the earth. English Mechanic and World of Science 14(343): 117. [letter to the Editor concerning S200aa, and defending the flat earth philosophy, as connected to the Bedford Canal experiment]

_____, ('Amateur Chemist'), 3 Nov. 1871. The disciples of "Parallax." English Mechanic and World of Science 14(345): 171. [letter to the Editor concerning the flat earth perspective]

_____ ('Sidney'), 10 Nov. 1871. "Parallaxites." English Mechanic and World of Science 14(346): 193-194. [letter to the Editor defending the flat earth philosophy, as connected to the Bedford Canal experiment]

_____, 15 Dec. 1871. Reply to Mr. Hampden's charges against Mr. Wallace. English Mechanic and World of Science 14(351): 321. [concerning S202]

_____, 1871. Man and natural selection. The Student, and Intellectual Observer 1(3), n.s.: 318-321. [concerning discussion of human evolution in S716]

_____, 17 Feb. 1872. The geographical distribution of animals and plants, geologically considered. Littell's Living Age No. 1445: 387-399 [HT: Indiana]. [reprinted from Westminster Review; considers thirteen books, including The Malay Archipelago]

_____, 10 Oct. 1872. The late wager respecting the rotundity of the world. The London Standard: 7. [Mr. Hampden committed for trial]

_____ ('J. T.'), 20 March 1873. Perception in the lower animals. Nature 4: 384 [HT: Cornell]. [letter to the Editor discussing S222; referred to in S227]

_____, 27 March 1873. Perception in the lower animals. Nature 7: 409-411. [discussion & several responses to S222]

_____, 11 April 1873. Glasgow Herald No. 10385: 4b-4d (4a-4d). [concerning S225, and the disestablishment and disendowment of the Church of England]

_____, 14 April 1873. A startling proposal. The Northern Echo No. 1020: 2e-2f. [concerning S225]

_____, 12 May 1873. Mr. Wallace's collection of birds. The Times (London) No. 27687: 12f. [concerning the British Museum's purchase of his collection]

_____, May 1873. The future of our race. Scribner's Monthly 6(1): 125. [minor reference to S221]

_____ ('J. H. L.'), 27 Sept. 1873. Free trade in minerals. Examiner (London) No. 3426: 968-969. [concerning S231]

_____, April 1874. untitled. London Quarterly Review 42(83): 121-146 [GB: Princeton]. [concerning coal mining in the United Kingdom, including a discussion of S231]

_____ ('Free Lance'), June 1874. Social subjects. Modern spiritualism. London Society 25(150): 548-550 (548-558) [HT: Cornell]. [three part discussion, with the first on spiritualism and S243]

_____ ('F. W. S.'), 13 July 1874. Another scientific spiritualist. Oneida Circular (Oneida NY) 11(29): 228a-228b. [comments on S243]

_____ ('Free Lance'), July 1874. Social subjects: Modern spiritualism. London Society 26(151): 88-91 (82-91) [HT: UCalif]. [discussion of S243 and modern spiritualism]

_____, 1874. Mr. Wallace on the rhinoceros of Borneo. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London for 1874: 498-499. [describes Wallace's reading of a letter from Mr. Alfred H. Everett concerning the animal]

_____, 19 Feb. 1875. The earth not a globe. An interview with Mr. John Hampden in Springfield Gaol. The Chelmsford Chronicle (Chelmsford) No. 5749: 6a. [regarding the Bedford Canal experiment and its aftermath]

_____, 21 Dec. 1876. Mr. Wallace on human development. The American Socialist 1(39): 310a-310b. [concerning comments made in the second part of S257]

_____, 1877. Hampden v. Walsh [1 Queen's Bench Division, 189. Jan. 17, 1876.]. Reports of Cases Decided by the English Courts, Vol. 16 (Albany NY: William Gould & Son): 282-289 [GB]. [aftermath of the Bedford Canal 'flat earth' experiment]

_____, July 1877. New Guinea and Polynesia. Quarterly Review 144(287): 179-210. [review of ten books with many mentions of Wallace]

_____, 26 Dec. 1878. Nation (U.S.) No. 704: 400-401 [HT: UChicago]. [comments on Wallace's remarks on Epping Forest, S292]

_____ ('An Inquirer'), 7 Nov. 1881. Nationalisation of the land. Mark Lane Express 51: 1513a. [letter to the Editor]

_____ ('An Inquirer'), 21 Nov. 1881. Nationalisation of the land. Mark Lane Express 51: 1576b. [letter to the Editor]

_____ ('M. P.'), 30 Nov. 1881. The Times (London) No. 30365: 6b. [letter to the Editor regarding land nationalization; refers to S344]

_____ (H. T. Humphreys), Jan. 1882. Mr. Alfred Russel Wallace, F.R.G.S. Celebrities of the Day: British and Foreign 2(10): 322-335 [GB: Oxford].

_____, 1 Oct. 1882. Professor Blackie, Mr. A. Russell Wallace, the Sellar family, and the Sutherland clearances. Celtic Magazine 7(84): 573 [HT: UMich].

_____ ('F.'), 6 Feb. 1883. Some points for "nationalizers." Pall Mall Gazette 37(5596): 2.

_____, July 1883. Alfred Russel Wallace, naturalist and spiritualist. The Spiritual Record (Glasgow & London) 1(2): 65-75.

_____, 8 Sept. 1883. The Sutherland evictions of 1814. Saturday Review (London) 56(1454): 315-316 [GB].

_____ ('R. M. N.'), July 1885. Mr. A. R. Wallace, F.R.S., on the relations between spiritualism and science. Journal of Science 7, 3rd s.: 400-407. [letter to the Editor concerning S379]

_____ ('the author of "Scientific Materialism"'), Aug. & Sept. 1885. Relations between spiritualism and science: Mr. A. R. Wallace and R. M. N. Journal of Science 7, 3rd s.: 458-464, 511-515 [GB: Harvard]. [letter to the Editor concerning S379 and S382]

_____, 10 Oct. 1885. Law and communism. Saturday Review (London) 60(1563): 473 [GB]. [regarding land nationalization]

_____, 10 Dec. 1885. The misery in British trade. New York Herald No. 18007: 6a-6b.

_____, 6 Nov. 1886. Alfred Russel Wallace, LL.D. Banner of Light 60(8): 4c-4d. [notice of Wallace's arrival in Boston]

_____, 4 Feb. 1887. A spiritualist exposed. How a Boston audience captured the spirits. New York Times 36(11054): 1f. [concerning medium discussed by Wallace in S396]

_____, 28 May 1887. Dr. Alfred R. Wallace. Golden Gate (San Francisco) 4(19): 4d. [notice of Wallace's appearances in San Francisco]

_____, 25 June 1887. Scientific spiritualism. Golden Gate (San Francisco) 4(23): 4a. [suggests Wallace write a "standard text-book of psychical or spiritual phenomena"]

_____, Feb. 1888. Books of to-day. To-day 51: 54-60. [discusses S403 on pages 57-58]

_____ (William Tebb), Jan. 1889. Vaccination by Act of Parliament. Westminster Review (London ed.) 131(1): 96-112. [discusses second edition of S374, and vaccination]

_____, 23 June 1889. Man's birthplace. New York Times 38(11799): 4e-4f. [description of Wallace's belief that man originated in Asia, as discussed in his 'newly-published book', ostensibly Darwinism]

____, 29 March 1890. A modified Darwinism. Public Opinion (New York) 8: 584. [concerning S724]

_____, May 1890. Modern spiritualism. Unitarian Review 33(5): 466-475 [HT: UWisconsin]. [includes discussion of Wallace's writings]

_____ ('C. C. M.'), 28 June 1890. Individuality and pre-existence. Light (London) 10(495): 313-314 [HT: UMinn]. [letter to the Editor regarding S425a and the soul]

_____, 1 July 1890. Taxation v. compensation. The Democrat (London) 6(7): 148. [comments on S423]

_____, March 1891. Ghosts: What are they? Review of Reviews (London) 3(15): 262 [HT: UMich]. [discusses S434]

_____ ('V'), 11 July 1891. Are there objective apparitions? Light (London) 11(549): 327-329. [discussion of S434, with extensive quotes]

_____, July 1891. Alfred Russel Wallace, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S., and the Royal Commission on Vaccination. Sanitarian 27(260): 42-47. [concerning his testimony]

_____ ('V'), 12 Sept. 1891. Alfred Russel Wallace on the "unconscious secondary self." Light (London) 11(558): 437. [letter to the Editor discussing elements of S434]

_____, Feb. 1892. Woman's rights and the progress of mankind. Review of Reviews (London) 5(26): 177 [HT: UMich]. [discusses S445]

_____, Sept. 1892. The lost son of Darwinism. Review of Reviews (London) 6(33): 266 [HT: UMich]. [noticing remarks on S724 by Wilhelm Bölsche]

_____, April 1893. How to nationalise the land. Review of Reviews (London) 7: 412. [discusses S466]

_____, 4 Nov. 1893. Maternal impressions. Medical and Surgical Reporter 69(19): 727-729. [concerning S476, and acquired characters]

_____, 16 Dec. 1893. Woman and natural selection. Light (London) 13(675): 594. [discusses S736]

_____, 9 Jan. 1894. How to preserve the House of Lords. The Shields Daily Gazette and Shipping Telegraph (Second Edition) 45(11741): 2f. [concerning S491]

_____, 3 Feb. 1894. An English view of the employment of the unemployed. The New Nation 4(5): 52. [discusses S486a]

_____, 9 June 1894. A Freeland colony. An interesting experiment to be tried in Africa. The Idaho Avalanche (Silver City, ID) Issue No. 42: ?-?. [a project supported by Theodor Hertzka, and by Wallace]

_____, Oct. 1894. Sunday rest for servants. Review of Reviews (London) 10: 363. [discusses S505]

_____, 10 Jan. 1895. Sabbath gnats and camels. New York Observer and Chronicle 73(2): 33-34. [discusses S505]

_____, 9 March 1895. The Tatler on the persistence of poverty. The Leeds Times 62(3217): 4d-4e. [concerning S510a]

_____, 30 May 1896. Alfred Russel Wallace, F.R.S., D.C.L., LL.D. Light 16(803): 259-260. [discusses new edition of S717]

_____, 26 June 1897. For what they have received. Saturday Review (London) 83(2174): 706-707 [GB: JDC]. [concerning uneven recognition for service]

_____, 15 June 1898. The vaccination controversy. Liberty Review (London) 7(6): 134.

_____, 6 Aug. 1898. Dr. Alfred R. Wallace's address. Light (London) 18(917): 391-392. [three anonymous letters to the Editor discussing the wisdom of the subject of Wallace's address (S545) to the 1898 International Congress of Spiritualists]

_____, 3 Feb. 1899. New York Times 48(15310): 6d-6e. [discusses S559, Wallace's letter to the Daily Chronicle on the U.S.'s treatment of Cuba and the Philippines]

_____, 20 April 1899. A plan for the Philippines. Nation (U.S.) 68(1764): 288-289 [GB]. [discusses S559, Wallace's letter to the Daily Chronicle on the U.S.'s treatment of Cuba and the Philippines]

_____, 19 Jan. 1901. Alfred Russel Wallace and vaccination. Medical News (New York) 78(3): 103-104. [editorial rant discussing Wallace's anti-vaccination inclinations]

_____, 5 March 1903. Man's place in the universe. The Watchman (Boston) 85(10): 8-9. [a discussion of S602]

_____, March 1903. Is man the centre of the universe? Review of Reviews (London) 27(159): 274 [HT: Cornell]. [a discussion of S602]

_____, May 1903. Man's place in the universe. Current Literature 34(5): 550-552. [concerning S602 and opposing viewpoints]

_____, Nov. 1903. untitled notice. The Methodist Review 19(6): 992-993. [describes Wallace's comments in S606]

_____, Jan. 1904. Dr. Wallace's view of Creation. Broad Views 1(1): 83-88.

_____, 18 March 1904. Cambridge Independent Press: 6. [excerpts from a lady's letter describing a visit she made to the Wallaces on the 14th]

_____ ('An Occult Student'), Dec. 1904. Our future in this world. Broad Views 2(12): 529-534.

_____, 21 Jan. 1905. untitled notice. Light (London) 25(1254): 25-26. [quotes from a biographical paper on Wallace written by B. O. Flower, and published in The Light of Truth (Chicago)]

_____, Jan. 1905. How labour may oust the employer. Review of Reviews (London) 31(181): 102 [HT: UCalif]. [includes nearly full reprint of S618b]

_____, 28 Oct. 1905. Life on other worlds. Scientific American 93(18): 334-335 [IA]. [concerning Wallace's views on the subject]

_____, 28 Oct. 1905. Justice for Dr. A. R. Wallace and Sir W. Crookes. Light (London) 25(1294): 507.

_____, Feb. 1906. Differences between Darwin and Wallace. Current Literature 40(2): 181-182 [GB: Harvard]. [a few comments concerning remarks made in Wallace's My Life]

_____, Nov. 1906. How to deal with natives of S. Africa. Review of Reviews (London) 34(203): 499 [HT: Cornell]. [concerning S630]

_____, Feb. 1907. How the unborn plunder the living. Review of Reviews (London) 35(206): 173 [HT: Cornell]. [concerning S634]

_____, March 1907. "My partners, the people." Review of Reviews (London) 35(207): 312-313 [HT: Cornell]. [includes reprint of S635b]

_____, April 1907. "The Second Generation." A book-study. Arena 37(209): 438-442 [HT: UWisconsin]. [a book review including discussion of S634]

_____ ('Eve'), 11 Jan. 1908. A scientific prophet. Outlook (London) 21(519): 58. [letter to the Editor regarding S649]

_____ ('Adam'), 18 Jan. 1908. Dr. Russel Wallace and woman. Outlook (London) 21(520): 89. [letter to the Editor regarding S649]

_____ ('E. R.'), 18 Jan. 1908. Dr. Russel Wallace and woman. Outlook (London) 21(520): 89-90. [letter to the Editor regarding S649]

_____, April 1908. A great scientist's pessimistic reflections on human progress. Current Literature (New York) 44(4): 412-414 [HT: Indiana]. [discussion of S649]

_____, 2 July 1908. The Darwin-Wallace celebration. The Times (London) No. 38688: 10c-10d. [referred to in S657]

_____ ('A. D.'), 9 July 1908. The Darwin-Wallace jubilee celebration at the Linnean Society. Nature 78(2019): 221-223 [HT: UCalif].

_____, 23 July 1908. How to become a great discoverer. Independent (New York) 65(3112): 217-219 [HT: Cornell].

_____ ('E. E. K.'), 28 Jan. 1909. The Times (London): 3d. ["E. E. K. writes 'In your concluding article the subjoined passage occurs: "As a matter of historical fact, throughout the entire period during which Socialism has been before the world, not a single intellect of first-rate calibre has ranged itself on that side." Is not this, however, to ignore the veteran Socialist, Alfred Russel Wallace, the recipient not only of the Order of Merit but also of the Copley Medal?'"]

_____, 4 March 1909. Two wise men. Independent (New York) 66(3144): 499-500 [HT: UCalif]. [includes reprint of S671, on women's suffrage]

_____, July 1909. A vindication of phrenology. Current Literature 47(1): 90-91. [minor appreciation of Wallace's views on phrenology]

_____, 13 Aug. 1909. Bournemouth: A visit to Alfred Russel Wallace. The Two Worlds 22(1135): 411-412.

_____, 21 Jan. 1911. God and his creating angels. Light 31(1567): 30-31. [concerning S732]

_____, 28 Jan. 1911. Is nature cruel? Light 31(1568): 42-43. [concerning S732]

_____ (Singleton W. Davis), Feb. 1911. Alfred Russell Wallace on the soul. Humanitarian Review 9(7): 419-422. [comments concerning S589, S746, and S748a]

_____, 8 Jan. 1913. Dr. Russel Wallace. Darwin's rival and friend. Ninetieth birthday. The Daily Telegraph (London) No. 18007: 5c-d.

_____, 15 May 1913. Is mankind improving? Nation (U.S.) No. 2498: 491-492 [HT: UChicago]. [concerning S733]

_____ ('S. D.'), 14 Nov. 1913. Alfred Russel Wallace. The Public 16(815): 1085.[short remarks on Wallace's import as a worker for better social conditions]

_____, 15 Nov. 1913. The interment of Dr. Wallace's body. Light (London) 33: 545.

_____, 22 Nov. 1913. Man's moral progress denied. Literary Digest 47(21): 1008-1009 [HT: UMich]. [concerning S733]

_____, 22 Nov. 1913. Dr. Wallace and spiritualism. Outlook (New York) 105: 610. [refers to S753]

_____, 1 Dec. 1913. Alfred Russel Wallace's impatience of book-learning. The Dial 50(659): 467-468. [minor comment]

Archer, T. C., July? 1855. Note on Piassaba. (Hooker's) Journal of Botany 7(7): 213-214 [HT: Harvard]. [discussion of remarks made in S713]

Argyll, Duke of, 1868. On Mr. Wallace's theory of birds' nests. Journal of Travel & Natural History 1: 276-287. [concerning S139]

_____, 19 March 1874. Animal locomotion. Nature 9: 381. [letter to the Editor regarding S240; referred to in S241]

_____, 23 March 1893. Origin of lake basins. Nature 47: 485-486 [HT: UMinn]. [letter to the Editor commenting on S462]

Arldt, Th., Nov. 1914. A. R. Wallace und seine Bedeutung für die Tiergeographie. Geographische Zeitschrift 20(9/10): 489-496 [HT: UCalif].

Atkinson, Henry G., May 1872. All nature miraculous. The Spiritual Magazine (London) 7, n.s.: 240. [letter to the Editor concerning a response to S174]

Augustus, 10 Jan. 1895. Sabbath gnats and camels. New York Observer and Chronicle 73(2): 33-34. [comments on S505, and activities on the Sabbath]

Ball, Robert S., 27 Feb. 1896. The cause of an ice age. Nature 53: 388-389 [HT: UMich]. [letter to the Editor mentioning S521]

Barley, Alfred H., 21 July 1906. Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace's horoscope. Light (London) 26(1332): 346b. [regarding the validity of the effort]

Barrett, William, 1914. note in his Creative Thought, 2nd ed.: 16-17. [concerning unseen intelligent powers]

Barry, J. W., 26 Dec. 1878. The derivation of life from the North. Nature 19(478): 173. [letter to the Editor]

Bassille, 1 Aug. 1896. Reconciliation of materialism and spiritualism. Light (London) 16(812): 369-370. [refers to S527a]

Bear, William E., March 1884. Agricultural politics in England. North American Review 138(328): 216-232 [HT: UMich]. [discusses the differences between Wallace's & Henry George's land reform plans]

Bennett, Alfred W., 10 Nov. 1870. The theory of natural selection from a mathematical point of view. Nature 3: 30-33 [HT: UMich]. [considers S716; referred to in S176]

_____, 24 Nov. 1870. The difficulties of natural selection. Nature 3: 65. [letter to the Editor that refers to S175; replied to in S176; considers S716]

_____, Jan. 1877. Is protective mimicry due to natural selection? American Naturalist 11(1): 3-7. [considers remarks made in the first part of S257]

Bennett, W., 26 Sept. 1906. How to buy the railways. Criticisms and suggestions. Daily News (London) No. 18885: 5b. [letter to the Editor commenting on S628]

Bigg, Louisa, 11 Feb. 1911. 'Is nature cruel?' Light (London) 31(1570): 71b. [letter to the Editor complaining about Wallace's position on this question in S732]

Blackwell, H., 30 Jan. 1903. Alfred Russell Wallace and spiritualism. T. P.'s Weekly (London) 1(12): 371.

Blakiston, Thomas, & Alexander, Thomas, 28 Feb. 1884. Protection by mimicry--a problem in mathematical zoology. Nature 29: 405-406. [letter to the Editor related to S359]

Bland, Thomas, 15 December 1878 & 15 January 1879. Alfred R. Wallace on the colors of animals. Science News (Salem) 1: 52-55, 84-86. [discussion of the treatment of coloration of animals in S719]

Blanford, William T., 1890. The anniversary address of the President. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London (1889-90): 43-110. [address delivered 21 Feb. 1890 discussing Wallace's zoogeographical realms; excerpt: from pages 29-80 [HT: UCalif] of collected papers reprint]

_____, Oct. 1892. The permanence of oceans and continents. Natural Science 1: 639-640. [letter to the Editor referring to S453; referred to in S457]

_____, Dec. 1892. Further observations on the permanence of oceans and continents. Natural Science 1: 740-742. [HT: UMich] [referring to S457]

Blanford, William T., & Blanford, Henry F., 1 Dec. 1892. A Palæozoic ice-age. Nature 47: 101 [HT: Penn State]. [letter to the Editor referring to S456]

Blatchford, Robert, 30 Sept. 1904. Who said "Imperialism?" A reply to Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace. The Clarion (London) No. 669: 1d-1f. [referring to S617]

Blavatsky, Helena P., 1877. Isis Unveiled: A Master-Key to the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Science and Theology. New York: J. W. Bouton & London: Quaritch. 2 vols. [contains many scattered references, mostly in Volume 1, to Wallace]

Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen, 1921. My Diaries; Being a Personal Narrative of Events 1888-1914. Part Two [1900-1914]. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 484 pp. [on page 10, Blunt describes his 27 July 1901 visit with Wallace and their discussions on animal domestication, ethnology, and politics]

Bond, Dr. Francis T., 19 March 1898. Cumberland Advertiser. [letter to the Editor regarding vaccination]

_____, 9 April 1898. Gloucester and vaccination. Leicester Daily Post No. 8729: 4g. [letter to the Editor regarding vaccination]

_____, 22 April 1898. The Middlesborough epidemic of small-pox. Shrewsbury Chronicle: 3c. [letter to the Editor referring to vaccination, & S536]

Bonney, T. G., July 1894. Do glaciers excavate? Contemporary Review 66: 108-118. [a reply to S481]

Borthwick, Lord, 21 Dec. 1881. The Times (London) No. 30383: 11c-d. [letter to the Editor regarding land nationalization; refers to S344; referred to in S346]

Bowles, Charles, 11 June 1887. Some questions to Prof. Wallace. Golden Gate (San Francisco) 4(21): 4b. [regarding phenomena produced by the "embodied and disembodied" mind]

Boyd, Thomas, Feb. 1859. On the tendency of species to form varieties. Zoologist 17(199): 6357-6359. [commenting on S43]

Bree, Charles R., 1872. An Exposition of Fallacies in the Hypothesis of Mr. Darwin. London: Longmans, Green, and Co. 418 pp. [excerpts concerning S136, S140 & S305: pages 242-267, 382-384]

_____, 1 Aug. 1872. Bree on Darwinism. Nature 6: 260. [letter to the Editor replying to S210]

Brewer, W. H., 13 March 1873. The sense of smell in animals. Nature 7: 360-361 [HT: UMich]. [letter to the Editor discussing S222]

Brinton, Arthur J., 15 June 1913. Alfred Russel Wallace, noted scientist, views the world through blue spectacles. The Sunday Vindicator (Youngstown, Ohio) 24(284), Magazine Section: 10e-10g.

Broca, Paul, 1872. Revue critique: Les sélections. Revue d'Anthropologie (Paris) 1: 683-710. [largely a review of S716 & Darwin's The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex]

Brockway, A. Fenner, 27 Jan. 1909. The next step to socialism; Dr. A. R. Wallace's remedy for unemployment. Christian Commonwealth: 299a-299c. [discusses S655]

Brown, Robert M., 15 May 1908. Experiments on earth curvature. Science 27(698), n.s.: 789-790 [HT: UMinn]. [concerning the Bedford Canal experiment]

Buchanan, Joseph, Feb. 1887. The great land question. Buchanan's Journal of Man 1(1): 14-19. [a consideration of landlordism and land tenure systems]

_____, June 1887. The grand symposium of the wise men of the nineteenth century. Buchanan's Journal of Man 1(5): 13-18. ["analysis" related to S397a]

_____, 20 Aug. 1898. The ever-memorable Congress of 1898. Light (London) 18(919): 414. [concerning the 1898 International Congress of Spiritualists and S545]

Buckle, Rev. George, 1871. Natural selection insufficient to the development of man. Popular Science Review (London) 10: 14-24. [an essay based on S165]

Bull, Alfred, 2 March 1871. Apology. Nature 3(70): lxix. [letter to the Editor sent to this and other venues apologizing for having printed libelous materials by John Hampden]

Bulman, G. W., April 1898. Protective characters and natural selection. Westminster Review (London ed.) 149(4): 428-439 [HT: Princeton].

Butler, G. W., 12 Feb. 1903. Genius and the struggle for existence. Nature 67: 344 [HT: UVirginia]. [letter to the Editor discussing S600]

Butler, Samuel, 1879. Evolution, Old and New. London: Hardwicke and Bogue. 384 pp.

_____, April 1890. The deadlock in Darwinism. Part 1. Universal Review (London) 6(24): 523-540.

Capys (pseud.), 1897. Criticisms on Darwin's, Wallace's and Häckel's Evolution Theories. A Reply to Archdeacon Wilson's and Canon Gore's Recent Statements at the Church Congress of 1896. London: Francis Hodgson. 40 pp.

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Tristram, Rev. H. B., 1859. On the ornithology of northern Africa. Part III. The Sahara, continued. Ibis 1: 415-435. [on pages 429-433 suggests an application of the Darwin-Wallace model]

_____, March 1871. Mr. Wallace on the conservation of native races. Contemporary Review 16: 537-554 [HT: UMinn]. [concerning S715]

_____, Dec. 1877. The story of the isles of the sea, told by the fowls of the air. IV. The Pacific Ocean. Good Words 18: 337-341 [HT: UMich]. [biogeography of Wallacea and the Pacific]

Turner, H. H., 1 April 1903. Man's place in the universe; A reply to Dr. Wallace. Fortnightly Review 73 n.s., 79 o.s.: 598-605 [HT: UMich]. [a reply to S602]

_____, April 1907. Man's place in the universes: A further note on the views of Dr. A. R. Wallace. Fortnightly Review 81(484): 600-610 [HT: Cornell].

Tylor, Edward B., 29 Feb. 1872. Ethnology and spiritualism. Nature 5: 343. [letter to the Editor replying to S207]

Upham, Warren, March 1893. Estimates of geologic time. American Journal of Science 45, 3rd s.: 209-220 [HT: UCalif]. [discusses Wallace's estimates of the age of the earth based on erosion rates]

Van Kampen, P. N., & Barbour, Thomas (translator), Sept. 1911. The zoogeography of the East Indian Archipelago. American Naturalist 45(537): 537-560 [HT: UMich].

'Vincit Veritas' & Waylen, Hector, 16 July 1898. Dr. Alfred R. Wallace and spiritualism. Light (London) 18(914): 353. [reprint (from the London Review) of a pair of letters to the Editor concerning Wallace's treatment of spiritualism in S726]

Wake, C. Staniland, 1881. Notes on the Polynesian race. Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 10: 109-123 [GB: Harvard]. [concerning remarks in S720]

Wallis, Harry, 17 Sept. 1873. Coal. Daily News (London) No. 8547. [letter to the Editor discussing S231]

Ward, James, 19 March 1874. Animal locomotion. Nature 9: 381-382 [HT: UVirginia]. [letter to the Editor regarding S240]

_____, 9 April 1874. Animal locomotion. Nature 9: 440 [HT: UVirginia]. [letter to the Editor replying to S241]

Webb, James, Aug. 1898. Phrenological delineation of A. R. Wallace, Esq., F.R.S., LL.D. The Popular Phrenologist (London) 3(32): 91.

_____, 1898. Phrenological delineation of Alfred Russell Wallace, Esq., F.R.S., LL.D. In J. P. Blackford, ed., The British Phrenological Year Book 1898 (London: British Phrenological Association): 4-8. [a more detailed version of the preceding entry, and even more absurd]

Wells, H. G., 4 Nov. 1903. Other worlds. Is Earth the only peopled planet? Daily Mail (London) No. 2355: 4e. [a reply to S728; noted in S609]

Westlake, Thomas, 2 April 1870. Experiments on the convexity of water. The Field 35(901): 305a. [letter to the Editor]

_____, 9 April 1870. Experiments on the convexity of water. The Field 35(902): 312a-312b. [letter to the Editor]

Wharton, Francis, Oct. 1875. Spiritualism and jurisprudence. Lippincott's Magazine 16(94): 423-433. [comments on S717 & related matters]

Whedon, D. A., 14 Oct. 1869. The barbarism of civilization. Christian Advocate (New York) 44(41): 321a-321b. [discusses social issues implied by S715]

Whitmee, Samuel James, Feb. 1873. Mr. Wallace on the ethnology of Polynesia. Contemporary Review 21: 389-407 [HT: UCalif]. [mostly a discussion of conclusions reached in S715]

Whyte, A. G., 4 Jan. 1896. The age of the earth. Glasgow Herald Issue 4: 6g-6h. [describes historical efforts to assess the age of the earth]

Wiessner, Alexander, 1875. Der Wiedererstandene Wunderglaube; Eine Kritische Besprechung der Spiritualistischen Phänomene und Lehren. Leipzig: T. Thomas. 303 pp. [comments on S118; excerpt: pages 3-41 IA: Library of Congress]

Wight, Rev. J. K., July 1877. The Malay Archipelago. Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review No. 22, n.s.: 479-495 [HT: UCalif]. [discussion of biogeographical & other ideas in S715 & S718]

Williams, C. M., 1893. Alfred Russel Wallace. In Williams' A Review of the Systems of Ethics Founded on the Theory of Evolution (New York: Macmillan): 12-23 [GB].

Williamson, James R., 6 May 1898. Dr. Bond and the anti-vaccinators. Shrewsbury Chronicle: 3c-d. [letter to the Editor referring to S536]

_____, 17 June 1899. Small-pox in the last century. Saturday Review (London) 87(2277): 754 [GB]. [letter to the Editor mentioning Wallace's statistics]

Wilson, Andrew, July & Sept. 1882. The problems of distribution and their solution. Gentleman's Magazine 253: 28-58, 336-359.

_____, 23 September 1893. Science jottings. Illustrated London News 103(2840): 391a. [concerning S476]

Wolkenhauer, W., Dezember 1882. Berühmte Geographen, Naturforscher und Reisende. Deutsche Rundschau für Geographie und Statistik, Heft 3: 142-144. [biographical]

Woodward, T. B., 21 Nov. 1881. Nationalisation of the land. Mark Lane Express 51: 1575c-1576b. [letter to the Editor]

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