8 Biographical Statement 1910. Nov. 28. Life and Habit, a new edition with a preface by R. A. Streatfeild and author's addenda, being three pages containing passages which Butler had cut out of the original book or had intended to insert in a future edition. 1911. May 25. The jubilee number of the Press, New Zealand, contained an account of Butler's connection with the newspaper and reprinted " Darwin among the Machines " and " Lucubratio Ebria." ,, July 15. The fourth Erewhon dinner at Pagani's Restaurant; 75 present: the day was fixed by Sir William Phipson Beale, Bart., K.C., M.P. ,, Nov. Charles Darwin and Samuel Butler: A Step towards Reconciliation, by Henry Festing Jones. A pamphlet giving the substance of a correspondence between Mr. Francis Darwin and the author and reproducing letters by Charles Darwin about the quarrel between himself and Butler referred to in Chapter IV of Unconscious Memory. „ Evolution Old and New, a reprint of the second edition (1882) with prefatory note by R. A. Streatfeild. 1912. June i. Letter from Henry Festing Jones in the Press, Christchurch, New Zealand, about Butler's Dialogue, which had appeared originally in the Press December 20, 1862, and could not be found. „ June 8. " Darwin on the Origin of Species. A Dialogue " discovered in consequence of the foregoing letter and reprinted in the Press. „ June 15. The Press reprinted some of the correspon- dence, etc. which followed on the original appearance of the Dialogue. ,, Some of Butler's water-colour drawings having been given to the British Museum, two were included in an exhibition held there during the summer. „ July 12. The Fifth Erewhon Dinner at Pagani's Restaurant; 90 present; the day was fixed by Mr. Edmund Gosse, C.B., LL.D.