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1. Introduction; 2. Recent period; 3. Fossil human remains and works of art of the recent period; 4. Post-pliocene period; 5. Post-pliocene period; 6. Post-pliocene alluvium and cave deposits with flint implements; 7. Peat and post-pliocene alluvium of the valley of the Somme; 8. Post-pliocene alluvium with flint implements of the valley of the Somme (concluded); 9. Works of art in Post-pliocene alluvium of France and England; 10. Cavern deposits and place of sepulture of the post-pliocene period; 11. Age of human fossils of Le Puy in central France and of Natchez on the Mississippi, discussed; 12. Antiquity of man relatively to the glacial period and to the existing flora and fauna; 13. Chronological relations of the glacial period and the earliest signs of man's appearance in Europe; 14. Chronological relations of the glacial period and the earliest signs of man's appearance in Europe (continued); 15. Extinct glaciers of the Alps and their chronological relation to the human period; 16. Human remains in the loess, and their probable age; 17. Post-glacial dislocations and foldings of the cretaceous and drift strata in the island of Moen, in Denmark; 18. The glacial period in North America; 19. Recapitulation of geological proofs of man's antiquity; 20. Theories of progression and transmutation; 21. On the origin of species by variation and natural selection; 22. Objections to the hypothesis of transmutation considered; 23. Origin and development of languages and species compared; 24. Bearing of the doctrine of transmutation on the origin of man, and his place in the creation; Index.