Huxley has shown him the jaws of an Anoplotherium brought from the Gallegos by R. O. Cunningham. Saw Hallett's wheat crops at Brighton; results of his selection very striking. Huxley is assembling his Darwiniana papers for republication. Has written a crushing reply to Richard Congreve ["The scientific aspects of positivism", Fortn. Rev. n.s. 5 (1869): 653–70] and Hooker feels "infantine" beside him. Comments on Sabine's being offered and accepting K.C.B.
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