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The Voyage of the Beagle is the title most commonly given to the book written by Charles Darwin and published in as his Journal and Remarks , bringing him considerable fame and respect. This was the third volume of The Narrative of the Voyages of H. Ships Adventure and Beagle , the other volumes of which were written or edited by the commanders of the ships. Due to the popularity of Darwin's account, the publisher reissued it later in as Darwin's Journal of Researches , and the revised second edition published in used this title.

A republication of the book in introduced the title The Voyage of the "Beagle" , by which it is now best known. While the expedition was originally planned to last two years, it lasted almost five— Beagle did not return until 2 October Darwin spent most of this time exploring on land three years and three months on land; 18 months at sea.

The book is a vivid travel memoir as well as a detailed scientific field journal covering biology , geology, and anthropology that demonstrates Darwin's keen powers of observation, written at a time when Western Europeans were exploring and charting the whole world. Although Darwin revisited some areas during the expedition, for clarity the chapters of the book are ordered by reference to places and locations rather than by date.

Darwin's notes made during the voyage include comments hinting at his changing views on the fixity of species. On his return, he wrote the book based on these notes, at a time when he was first developing his theories of evolution through common descent and natural selection.

The book includes some suggestions of his ideas, particularly in the second edition of Darwin was invited by FitzRoy to contribute the natural history section to the captain's account of Beagle ' s voyage. Using his field notes and the journal which he had been sending home for his family to read, he completed this section by September FitzRoy had to edit the notes of the previous captain of Beagle , as well as write his own account of the voyage and the previous expeditions of two ships.

Darwin's Journal and Remarks, — forms the third volume, and the fourth volume is a lengthy appendix. FitzRoy's account includes Remarks with reference to the Deluge in which he recanted his earlier interest in the geological writings of Charles Lyell and his remarks to Darwin during the expedition that sedimentary features they saw "could never have been effected by a forty days' flood", asserting his renewed commitment to a literal reading of the Bible.

Darwin's contribution proved remarkably popular and the publisher, Henry Colburn of London, took it upon himself to reissue Darwin's text in August with a new title page as Journal of Researches into the Geology and Natural History of the various countries visited by H. Beagle [3] apparently without seeking Darwin's permission or paying him a fee. The second edition of incorporated extensive revisions made in the light of interpretation of the field collections and developing ideas on evolution.

The full title was modified to Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the countries visited during the voyage of H. Beagle round the world. This was written in a reference to Charles Lyell 's ideas of "centres of creation".

Darwin notes the gradations in size of the beaks of species of finches, suspects that species "are confined to different islands", "But there is not space in this work, to enter into this curious subject. Considering the small size of these islands, we feel the more astonished at the number of their aboriginal beings, and at their confined range Hence, both in space and time, we seem to be brought somewhat near to that great fact — that mystery of mysteries — the first appearance of new beings on this earth.

Speaking of the finches with their gradations in size of beaks, he writes "one might really fancy that from an original paucity of birds in this archipelago, one species had been taken and modified for different ends. In John Murray published an illustrated edition of the book, at the suggestion of the artist Robert Taylor Pritchett who was already known for accompanying voyages of the RYS Wanderer and Sunbeam , and producing pictures used in books on these cruises.

Pritchett, with Mr. Darwin's book by his side", and the illustrations had been "chosen and verified with the utmost care and pains". For readability, the chapters of the book are arranged geographically rather than in an exact chronological sequence of places Darwin visited or revisited. The contents list in the book also notes topics discussed in each chapter, not shown here for simplicity. Names and spellings are those used by Darwin. The list below is based on the Journal and Remarks of The following chapters were renumbered accordingly.

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