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Elizabeth Cary Agassiz, Louis Agassiz: his life and correspondence, third edition, Chapter 17: 1852-1855: Aet. 45-48. (search)
the limits of the State of New York. I cannot, of course, expect you to survey your State for me, but among your acquaintance in various parts of your State are there not those who, with proper directions, could do the work for me? I would, of course, gladly repay all their expenses. The subject seems to me so important as to justify any effort in that direction. Little may be added to the knowledge of the fishes themselves, for I suppose most of the species have been described either by De Kay, Kirtland, or Storer; but a careful study of their special geographical distribution may furnish results as important to zoology as the knowledge of the species themselves. If you cannot write yourself, will you give me the names of such persons as might be persuaded to aid in the matter. I know from your own observations in former times that you have already collected similar facts for the Unios, so that you will at once understand and appreciate my object. . . . He writes in the same
rges, dedication to, 75; notes on Spix fishes, 108; reception of Agassiz, 164; gives material for fossil fishes, 166; last words, 168. Cyclopoma spinosum, curious dream about, 181. Cyprinus uranoscopus, 76. D. Dana, J. D., 414, 421, 436. Darwin, C., accepts glacier theory, 342; in Lake Superior, 469; on Massachusetts cirrepedia, 469; estimation of Darwinism, 647; of Agassiz, 666. Davis, Admiral, 454, 458. Deep-sea dredgings, 671, 672, 690-704, 715. Deep-sea fauna, 707. De Kay, 436. De la hive, A., invites Agassiz to Geneva, 276. Desor, 282, 287, 300, 317, 320, 324, 332, 442, 446, 448, 450. Dinkel, Joseph, 92, 137, 141, 174, 177, 189, 250, 287. Dinkel, his description of Agassiz, 93. Dollinger, 45, 52, 54, 90, 150. Dravton, 422. Drift-hills, 654. E. Easter fete, 10, 11. Echinarachnius parma, 489. Echinoderms, relation to medusa, 489. Eden Harbor, 745. Egerton, Lord, Francis, buys original drawings, 262. 311. Egerton, Sir, Phil
Elk River bridge at, II., 273. Deeds of valor Ix., 56 seq. Deems, J. M., X., 211. Deep Bottom. Va.: I., 309; III., 326; IV., 242; pontoon-bridge at, V., 241. Deep Run, Va., turnpike at, V., 320. Deer, British blockade runner, XI., 265. Deer Creek, Miss., II., 332. Deerhound, English yacht, VI., 289, 302, 304. Defence,, C. S. S., VI., 192. Deford, J. W., VIII., 325. De Forrest, S., VII., 133. De Kalb,, U. S. S., II., 332. De Kay, D., VIII., 81. Delafield, C., V., 21. De Lagnel, J. A., V., 161, 170. Delaware: enlistments in the war, VIII., 102. Delaware troops: Artillery; Kemper's Art., Alexandria, Va., V., 60. Infantry: First, VIII., 102; X., 124. Delaware,, U. S. S.: I., 356; VI., 54. De Leon, a Confederate surgeon, VII., 222. Dennis, E. S., X., 201. Dent, F. T., IX., 113. Denver, J. W., X., 195. Departments: Cumberland, the cavalry forces of, X., 236. Gulf, th
Railroad accident. Augusta, Nov. 7. --A collision occurred on the Columbia branch of the South Carolina Railroad yesterday, near Orangeburg. Lieut. Maroney, of the Palmetto Guards, was killed. Col. P. Phillips and family arrived at Mobile on the 4th, from New Orleans. [Mrs. Phillips is the lady who was imprisoned by Butler, for laughing while the funeral of De Kay, a Federal officer, was passing her house. She suffered much before her release from Ship Island.]
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