Hewett Watson: Publications
An examination of Mr. Scott’s attack upon Mr. Combe’s ‘Constitution of man’. Hewett Watson, 1836.
Description of a primula, found at Thames Ditton, Surrey, exhibiting characters both of the primrose and the cowslip. Hewett Watson, 1841.
Notes on the distribution of British ferns. Hewett Watson, 1841.
Notes on the oxlips from Bardfield, &c. Hewett Watson, 1842.
Notes of a botanical tour in the Western Azores. Hewett Watson, 1843-1844.
On the theory of ‘progressive development’ applied in explanation of the origin and transmutation of species. Hewett Watson, 1845.
Letter (in The Phrenological Journal). Hewett Watson, 1846.
Cybele Britannica; or British plants in their geographic relations. four volumes. Hewett Watson, 1847-1859.
To view Watson’s extensive correspondence with Charles Darwin and Joseph Dalton Hooker, please visit the Darwin Correspondence Project.