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" Month, 1848," as entered in his journal. He brought away careful drawings, measurements and descriptions of several large birds, as well as of the skeleton of an Ichthyosaurus. His drawing of the fossil reptile bears the explanatory legend in Quaker style... "
Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science - Page 3
by American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
...age. When only about seven years old, during a sea voyage to Boston with his father, the boy is suid to have kept a journal which he filled with drawings...not been told. But what has been communicated amply i I am indebted to u brother-in-law of Professor Cope, Mr. Philip C. Uarrett, for fuller information...
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The American Naturalist

1897
...entered in his journal. He brought away careful drawings, measurements and descriptions of several larger birds, as well as of the skeleton of an Ichthyosaurus....age of ten he was taken upon a voyage to the West Indies.6 What were the impressions he derived from that voyage we have not been told. But what has...
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The American Naturalist

1897
...entered in his journal. He brought away careful drawings, measurements and descriptions of several larger birds, as well as of the skeleton of an Ichthyosaurus....Quaker style: " two of the sclerotic plates look at the eye—thee will see these in it." At the age of ten he was taken upon a voyage to the West Indies....
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
...mind in early youth. He had retired from active business and lived in luxurious ease near Germantown,9 a suburb of Philadelphia. There he had formed an arboretum...not been told. But what has been communicated amply 1 1 am indebted to :i brother-in-law of Professor Cope, Mr. Philip C. Garrett, for fuller Infoniratlon...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
...of " jelly fish, grampuses and other natural objects seen by the way." When eight and a half jears old he made his first visit to the Museum of the Academy...style : " two of the sclerotic plates look at the eye — tliee will see these in it." At the age of ten he was taken upon a voyage to the West Indies.3...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898
...the Museum of the Academy of Natural Sciences of his native city; this visit was on the "21st clay of the 10th Month, 1848," as entered in his journal....style : " two of the sclerotic plates look at the eye — tliee •will see these in it." At the age of ten he was taken upon a voyage to the West Indies.3...
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Syllabus of Lectures on the Vertebrata, 2. köide

Edward Drinker Cope - 1898 - 135 lehte
...figure of the entire skeleton of an Icthyosaur, with this quaint memorandum : " Two of the scler otic plates look at the eye — thee will see these in it." At the age of ten he was taken upon a longer voyage to the West Indies. It is not improbable that these voyages exerted a lasting influence...
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Leading American Men of Science

David Starr Jordan - 1910 - 471 lehte
...entered in his journal. He brought away careful drawings, measurements and descriptions of several larger birds, as well as of the skeleton of an ichthyosaurus....age of ten he was taken upon a voyage to the West Indies. His contemporary and lifelong friend, Dr. Theodore Gill, in a memorial address delivered before...
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