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Rev. Charles Kingsley, (b/w photo) Featured Charles Kingsley Print

Rev. Charles Kingsley, (b/w photo)

XJF476180 Rev. Charles Kingsley, (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Charles Kingsley (1819-75) was an Anglican priest, one-time Regius Professor of Modern History at the University of Cambridge, and author of well known books such as 'The Water Babies' and 'Westward Ho!'.); English, out of copyright

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Estuary of the River Taw, Devon, c.1801 (w/c over pencil on paper) Featured Charles Kingsley Print

Estuary of the River Taw, Devon, c.1801 (w/c over pencil on paper)

XYC165939 Estuary of the River Taw, Devon, c.1801 (w/c over pencil on paper) by Girtin, Thomas (1775-1802); 26.2x45.1 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, USA; (add.info.: this area is now known as Westward Ho!; Charles Kingsley wrote the book 'Westward Ho!' from which the village got its name in 1864;); English, out of copyright

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1863 Kingsley Water Babies gorilla Featured Charles Kingsley Print

1863 Kingsley Water Babies gorilla

In 1863 churchman Charles Kingsley wrote "The Waterbabies" a moralising tale that included human 'do-as-you-likes' de-evolving back to apes (and further) because of their careless ways. Here a composite includes Kingsley's text from the first edition together with Linley Sambourne's later illustration. In it of one of the ape like degenerates is trying to stop a (Du Chaillu like) hunter from shooting him - but is unable to speak. Kingsley found no problem believing Darwin's thesis of natural selection. Many religious men of the time took special creation as allegorical, and thought God worked by natural laws which He had set in place

© This image is copyright Paul D. Stewart 2009. Do not reproduce without permission of the photographer at Stewartpauld@aol.com.