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Reference numberEC/1853/10
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TitleMacandrew, Robert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationRobert MacAndrew Esq. The author of several memoirs in the Transactions of the British Association & various scientific journals on the results of submarine researches and the distribution of Mollusca in depth. Distinguished for the services he has rendered to Natural History by conducting, at his own cost, a series of researches into the marine zoology of the seas of Britain, Spain, Portugal, the Mediterranean & the Canaries
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. John Miers; Robert Hudson; Daniel Sharpe; John Phillips
From Personal Knowledge. Edward Forbes; Cha Lyell; H T De la Beche; John Edward Gray; John J Bennett; John Gould; Lyon Playfair; James Yates; J S Bowerbank; Andw C Ramsay; T H Huxley; William B Carpenter; Geo Busk
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Macandrew, Robert: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2295Macandrew; Robert (1801 - 1873)1801 - 1873
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