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  1. Thomas Huxley received his medical degree from the University of London in 1845 and was admitted to the Royal College of Surgeons. In 1846 he entered the Royal Navy as assistant surgeon. During protracted voyagings in Australasian waters he performed scientific researches on the surface animals of those seas.

  2. Jul 13, 2006 · Hume by Thomas Henry Huxley. Read now or download (free!) Choose how to read this book ... Biography Category: Text: EBook-No. 18819: Release Date: Jul 13, 2006 ...

  3. "Bashford’s book is an intriguing hybrid. A deeply researched biography of Thomas Henry, Julian, and the wider Huxley family, the result of close examination of their writings and correspondence, it also serves as an intellectual history of Britain through the radical shifts in science and society that gave birth to modernity. . . .

  4. He also published Thomas Henry Huxley: a character sketch, and a short biography of Darwin. He was assistant master at Charterhouse School between 1884 and 1901. He was then the assistant editor of Cornhill Magazine between 1901 and 1916, becoming its editor in 1916. 1900 Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley. 2 vols.

  5. Huxley, Thomas Henry (1861), "On the zoological relations of man with the lower animals", Natural History Review (new series) (no. 1) Huxley, Thomas Henry (1862a), On the fossil remains of Man, vol. III, London: The Royal Institution. Huxley, Thomas Henry (1862b), On our knowledge of the causes of the phenomena of organic nature, London

  6. a biography of Darwin's Bulldog. Charles Darwin had little appetite for involvement in the growing controversy which he, and Alfred Russel Wallace, had initiated by making their theories known to the public to the Linnaean Society in London in June 1858. Thomas Henry Huxley was however a man of a different mettle!!!

  7. HUXLEY, THOMAS HENRY (1825–1895), man of science, was born at Ealing on 4 May 1825. His father, George Huxley, was senior assistant master in a school at Ealing, which had at that time a considerable reputation under the head-mastership of Dr. Nicholas. Huxley was the seventh child of his parents, and the youngest of those who survived infancy.

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