Strickland bibliography

Anonymous, 1843. [Report of BAAS meeting] Athenaeum 829 (16 September): 851.

Barrett, P. H, P. J. Gautrey, S. Herbert, D. Kohn, S. Smith. 1987. Charles Darwin’s Notebooks, 1836-

Barsanti, Guilio. 1992. La scala, la mappa, l’ablero : immagini e classicazioni della natura fra Sei Ottocento. Florence: Sansoni.

Blainville, H. de.  [find ref to herbivorous cetacea as pachydermata]

Blyth, Edward, 1836. Further remarks on affinities of the feathered race and on the nature of specific distinctions,  Magazine of Natural History 9: 505-514.

Blyth, Edward, 1838 Outlines of a new arrangement of insessorial birds,  Magazine of Natural History n.s. 2: 256-268,

Browne, Janet, 1995. Charles Darwin Voyaging: A biography, Princeton University Press,

Clark, J. F. M. 2004. Macleay, William Sharp (1792–1865), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press,  [, accessed 9 Dec 2013]  .

Coggon, J. 2002. Quniarianism after Darwin’s Origin; the circular system of William Hincks, Journal of the History of Biology 35 (1): 5-42.

Cuvier, Frédéric, 1836. De l’histoire naturelle des cétacés, ou, Recueil et examen des faits dont se compose l’histoire naturelle de ces animaux. Paris.

Darwin, C.R. 1985-   Correspondence.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Darwin, C.R. 1859. On the Origin of Species. London: Murray.

Dictionnaire classique d’histoire naturelle, 1822-1831. ed. J.G.G.M Bory de Saint-Vincent, Paris

Di Gregorio, M. A.1982. In search of the natural system: problems of zoological classification in Victorian Britain, History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 4: 225-254.

Di Gregorio, M. A.1987. Hugh Edwin Strickland (1811-1853) on affinities and analogies: or, the case of the missing key. Ideas and Production 7: 35-50.

DiGregorio, M. 1990. Charles Darwin’s Marginalia Vol. 1 Garland Publishing , New York

Farber, P. L. 1976. The type-concept in zoology during the first half of the Nineteenth Century, Journal of the History of Biology 9 (1): 93-119.

Flower, W. H. 1869. On the value of the characters of the base of the cranium in the classification of the order Carnivora, and on the systematic position of Bassaris and other disputed forms.  Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London,  ?:4-37.

Gray, George Robert, 1840. A List of the Genera of Birds: with their synonyma an indication of the typical species of each genus / compiled from various sources

Home, Everard 1820a. On the milk tusks, and organ of hearing in the Dugong, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 110: 144-155.

Home, Everard 1820b. Particulars respecting the anatomy of the dugong, intended as a suppleent to Sir T.S. Raffles’ account of that animal, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 110: 315-323.

Jardine, William, 1858. Memoirs of Hugh Edwin Strickland, M.A.: Fellow of the Royal, Linnean, Geological and Royal Geographical Societies, etc., Deputy Reader of Geology in Oxford. London, John Van Voorst.

Kirby, William [read Dec 17, 1822] “A description of somce insects which appear to exemplify Mr. Willima S. MacLeay’s doctrine of affinity and analogy, Transactions of the Linnean Society 14

Linné, Carl von. 2003. Linnaeus’ Philosophia Botanica, translated S. Freer

McOuat, G. 1996. Species, rules, and meaning: the politics of language and the ends of definitions in 19th century natural history, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 27:473-519.

Meville, Richard V., 1995. Towards Stability in the Names of Animals: A History of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature.  International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature, London.

Milne-Edwards, H. 1844. Considerations sure quelques principes relatifs à la classification naturelle des animaux Annales des Sciences naturelles ser 3, 1: 65-99.

Morrell, J. and A. Thackray, 1981. Gentlemen of Science: Early years of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Newton, Alfred E. 1896. A Dictionary of Birds. London: Adam and Charles Black.

Newman, Edward, 1833. Observations of the nomenclature of divisions in systematical arrangements of the subject of natural history, more particularly in reference to “Some remarks on genera and subgenera, and on the principles on which they should be established; by the Rev. Leonard Jenyns, A.M. F.L.S.” published in p. 385-390, Magazine of Natural History  6: 481-485.

Moyal, Ann Mozley,  19. Sir Richard Owen and his influence on Australian zoological and palaeontological science

O’Hara, R.J. 1988. Diagrammatic classification of birds, 1819-1901: Views of the natural system in 19th century British ornithology,” in H. Ouellet (ed.) Acta XIX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici pp. 2746-2759.

O’Hara, R.J. 1991. “Representations of the natural system in the Nineteenth Century,” Biology and Philosophy, 6: 255-274.

Owen, R. [1837] 1992. The Hunterian Lectures in Comparative Anatomy May-June, 1837. Ed. P. R. Sloan. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Owen, R. 1838.  [On the anatomy of the dugong]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 6: 28-46.

Ospovat, D. 1981. The Development of Darwin’s Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Padian, K. 1999. Charles Darwin’s view of classification in theory and practice. Systematic Biology  48(2): 352-364.

Raffles, Thomas Stamford 1820. Some account of the dugong, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 110: 174-182.

Richmond, Marsha. Cirripedes

Rookmaaker, L. C. 2010. Calendar of the Scientific Correspondence of Hugh Edwin Strickland in the University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge. University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge.

Rupke, N.A. 1994. Richard Owen: Victorian Naturalist Yale UP New Haven.

Salvin, Osbert 1882. A Catalogue of the Collection of Birds Formed by the Late Hugh Edwin Strickland, M.A. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Scrope, George    Geology of Central France

Secord, James A. 2000. Victorian Sensation: The Extraordinary Publication, Reception, and Secret Autorship of Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Sheets-Peyenson, Susan, 1981. Darwin’s data: his reading of natural history journals, 1837-1842, Journal of the History of Biology 14: 231-248.

Sibley, C. G.. and J. E. Ahlquist 1990. Phylogeny and classication of birds: a study in molecular evolution. New Haven, Yale University Press.

Sober, E. 2008. Evidence and Evolution: The logic behind the science. Cambridge University Press.

Sokal, R and P. A. Sneath, 1963. The Principles of Numerical Taxonomy. Freeman, San Francisco.

Stevens, P. F. 1994. The Development of Biological Systematics. New York: Columbia University Press.

Strickland, H.E. 1834. Observations on classification, in reference to the essays of Mssrs Jenyns, Newman and Blyth. Magazine of Natural History 7: 62-64.

[Strickland, H.E.], 1838. [Remark on] Review of Jardine’s Naturalist’s Library – Ornithology – Muscicapide or Flycatchers, by W. Swainson. Magazine of Natural History (2) 2: 499-500.

Strickland, H.E. 1840. “Observations upon the affinities and analogies of organized beings.” Magazine of Natural History (2) 4: 219-226.

Strickland, H.E. 1841a. “On the true method of discovering the natural system in zoology and botany.” Annals and Magazine of Natural History 6: (36): 184-194, plate 8.

Strickland, H.E. 1841b. “On the true method of discovering the natural system in zoology and botany.” Report of the BAAS 10: 128-129.

Strickland, H.E. 1841. “Commentary on Mr. G. R. Gray’s ‘Genera of Birds’, 1840.” Annals of Natural History 7 (41): 26-41.

Strickland, H.E. 1841.  “Commentary on Mr. G. R. Gray’s ‘Genera of Birds’ (erratum).” Annals of Natural History 7 (42): 159.

Strickland, H.E. 1841. “On some new genera of birds.” Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 9: 27-34.

Strickland, H.E. 1844. Description of a chart of the natural affinties of the insessorial order of birds. Report of the BAAS 13 (2): 69.  Included in Anonymous, 1843.

Strickland, H.E. 1845. On the progress and the present state of ornithology. Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science for 1844, 14: 170-221.

Strickland, H.E. 1846. On the structural relations of organized beings. Philosophical Magazine ser. 3 28: 254-364.

Swainson, W. 1836-1837. On the natural history and classification of birds, 2 vols. Lardner’s Cabinet Cyclopedia. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman.

Vigors, Nicholas Aylward, 1825. “Observations on the natural affinities that connect the orders and families of birds,” Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 14 (3): 395-517. [and more]

Voss, Julia, 2007.  Darwins Bilder: Ansichten der Evolutionstheorie 1837-1874, Frankfurt am Main.

Voss, Julia, 2010. Darwin’s Pictures: Views of Evolutionary Theory, 1837-1874, Yale University Press.

Wallace, A. R. 1855. On the law which has regulated the introduction of new species in space and time ref

Wallace, A. R. 1856. Attempts at a natural arrangement of birds. Annals and Magazine of Natural History 18: 193-216.

Waterhouse, G. R., 1843. “On the classification of mammals,”  Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science for 1843, 65-67.

Waterhouse, G. R. 1843. “Observations on the classification of the Mammalia.”  Annals and Magazine of Natural History 12: 399-412.

Westwood, J. O. 1840a. Observations upon the relationships existing amongst natural objects, resulting from more or less perfect resemblance, usually termed affinity and analogy, Magazine of Natural History n.s. 4: 141-144.

Westwood, J. O. 1840b. A few further observations on affinity and analogy, Magazine of Natural History n.s. 4: 305-306.

Whewell, W. 1837. History of the Inductive Sciences, from the Earliest to the Present Times. 3 vols, London.

Williams, D. M. And M. C. Ebach, 2008. Foundations of Systematics and Biogeography. New York, Springer.

Winsor, M.P. 2013. “Darwin and taxonomy,” pp. 72-79  in The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Darwin and Evolutionary Thought, ed. Michael Ruse. Cambridge University Press.

Winsor, M.P. 2009. “Taxonomy was the foundation of Darwin’s evolution,” Taxon 58(1): 43-49.

Winsor, M.P. 2006a. “The creation of the essentialism story,” History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 28: 149-174.

Winsor, M.P. 2006b. “Linnaeus’s biology was not essentialist,” Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 93(1): 2-7.

Winsor, M.P. 2004. “Setting up milestones: Sneath on Adanson and Mayr on Darwin,” in Milestones in Systematics, ed. David M. Williams and Peter L. Forey. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press (Systematics Association special volume 67), pp. 1-17.

Winsor, M.P. 2003. “Non-essentialist methods in pre-Darwinian taxonomy,” Biology and Philosophy 18: 387-400.

Winsor, M.P. 2001. “Cain on Linnaeus: the scientist-historian as unanalysed entity,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Biology and Biomedical Sciences 32: 239-254.

Winsor, M.P. 1991.  Reading the Shape of Nature: Comparative Zoology at the Agassiz Museum. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Winsor, M.P. 1985. “The impact of Darwinism on the Linnaean enterprise, with special reference to T. H. Huxley,” in Contemporary Perspectives on Carl von Linné, ed. J. M. Weinstock, University Press of America,  pp. 55-84.