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- Pouter, tumbler and fantail are from the same source;
The racer and hack may be traced to one horse;
So men were developed from monkeys of course,
Which nobody can deny.
- Originally published in The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin (1872).
- So I wonder a woman, the Mistress of Hearts,
Should ascent to aspire to be Master of Arts;
A Ministering Angel in Woman we see,
And an Angel need cover no other Degree.
—O why should a Woman not get a Degree?
- "O why should a Woman not get a Degree?", pulished in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1869), p. 227.