Source/Date: LaLune, August 18, 1878

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Remarks: The translation of the caption is "Will the lavish Hippodrome shows stop at nothing? Rumor has it that they might hire the famous Darwin, who would offer proof of his genealogy by showing off the prodigious ability he inherited from his forebears (the apes). M. Littré, who shares the beliefs and the ancestors of the eminent English scientist, would assist him in his demonstration." My thanks to my colleague Professor Denise Rochat for this translation. According to Janet Browne, "Darwin in Caricature," Emile Littré was a follower of Comte and he here has Darwin bursting through [Catholic] superstition