MC:F26/X1 Printed Pamphlets written by Daubeny
Pamphlet entitled ‘Letters to Professor Jameson on the Volcanoes of Auvergne’. Reprinted from the ‘Edinburgh Philosophical Journal’ 1820-21 in October 1825. 42 pages long.
Pamphlet entitled ‘On the Diluvial Theory, and on the Valleys of Auvergne’. Reprinted from the ‘Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal’ for April 1831. 29 pages long.
Pamphlet entitled ‘Address by Charles Daubeny , M.D., F.R.S. to the British Association. Dated 1856’, 31 pages long.
Pamphlet entitled ‘Reply to Professor Bischoff’s Objections to the Chemical Theory of Volcanos’. Reprinted from the ‘Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal’, no. 52. The first eight pages are present but the rest are missing.
A pamphlet written by Daubeny, entitled: ‘On the influence of the lower vegetable organisms in the production of epidemic diseases’. Dated 1855, 28 pages.
A pamphlet written by Daubeny, entitled: ‘Remarks on the final causes of the sexuality of plants, with particular reference to Mr. Darwin’s work On the Origin of Species’. Dated 1860, 34 pages.
Pamphlet entitled ‘On the Power Ascribed to the Roots of Plants of Rejecting Poisonous or Abnormal Substances Presented to Them’. Dated 1861, reprinted from the ‘Quarterly Journal of the Chemical Society’.
A pamphlet written by Daubeny, entitled: ‘Remarks on the Recent Eruption of Vesuvius in December 1861’. Read at a meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Friday, October 3rd 1862. 14 pages.
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