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Reference numberEC/1854/02
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TitleBrayley, Edward William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of a work entitled "The utility to the knowledge of nature considered with reference to the general education of youth," and of various papers on subjects of meteorology, chemistry, &c. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Meteorology, Geology, Mineralogy & Chemistry. Eminent as a Lecturer on Physical Geography, & many other branches of Natural & Physical Science.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. J F W Herschel; J W Lubbock
From Personal Knowledge. Baden Powell; A W Hofmann; C Daubeny; Chas Brooke; Thomas Horsfield; W H Sykes; John P Gassiot; Jh Prestwich Jr; N B Ward; Robt Brown; Edward Forbes; T B Curling; Alfred Smee; S P Pratt; J George Appold; John Gould;
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Brayley, Edward William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7678Brayley; Edward William (1802 - 1870); scientific writer1802 - 1870
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