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QUATERNARY, i. 283, 386 ; ii. 302, | Solar system, i. 230, 231.
Sorignet, i. 294.
Spallanzani, ii. 6.
- human, ii. 186.
Speech, ii. 163 ff., 200.
Spontaneous generation, ii. 1-31.
Stalagmite, i. 273, 379.
Steenstrup, ii. 327.
Steffens, i. 77.
Stiefelhagen, i. 20, 404.
Stone age, ii. 300, 306, 307, 310 ff.
Strauss, Fr., i. 192, 193, 195; ii. 9, 10,
Suarez, i. 110, 200.
Sun and moon, i. 35, 133, 195.
Sweden, ii. 286, 287, 290, 291.
TELERPETON Elginense, i. 286.
Teliosaurus, i. 337.
Telliamed, ii. 41.
Tertiary, i. 278, 283, 377, 398.
Tertullian, i. 258.
Thohu wabohu, i. 111 ff. passim, 223,
314, 324, 384.
109, 146, 153, 163, 196, 322 ; ii. 3.
Thomsen, ii. 300.
Tiedemann, ii. 134, 189, 212, 223.
Tinière, la, ii. 344.
Trilobites, ii. 162.
Troyon, ii. 340, 343.
Tuttle, Hudson, ii. 45.
ULRICI, i. 63, 202 ; ii. 9.
VALROGER, ii. 151, 257, 262.
Varieties, ii. 36.
- of human race, ii. 186.
Veith, i. 294.
“ Vestiges of the Natural History of
Virchow, ii. 35, 135, 146, 349.
Vogt, i. 144, 217, 237, 247, 394 ; ii. 44,
48, 123, 129, 142, 168, 284, 302, 303,
313, 328, 329, 332, 345, 347.
Volcanoes, i. 211, 216.
Vosen, i. 117, 146, 179, 309, 311, 370.
384; ii. 188, 304, 346.
Waitz, ii. 135, 218, 223, 226, 237, 241.
Walworth, i. 184, 360.
Waterkeyn, i. 79, 184.
Woodward, i. 262.
Worsaee, ii. 313.
XENOPHANES, i. 257.
Zöckler, i, 221, 337, 345.
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