Reference numberEC/1856/02
Previous numbersCert IX, 370; A00628
TitleBinney, Edward William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationEdward W Binney. The Discoverer of Several important facts connected with the mode of growth & affinities of the Plants of the Carboniferous epoch. The Author of various papers on Geology, in the Journals of the Geological Society of London, & the Philosophical Society of Manchester; - joint author with Dr Hooker of a paper printed in the Philosophical Transactions on Limestone nodules in Coal & 'On the structure & affinities of Trigonocarpon.' (Distinguished as a Geologist)
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Wm J Hamilton; E W Brayley
From Personal Knowledge. Rod I Murchison; Cha Lyell; Leonard Horner; Robert Brown; Charles J F Bunbury; Andw C Ramsay; Jos D Hooker; J S Bowerbank; James Yates; James Heywood; J R Martin; Eaton Hodgkinson
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Binney, Edward William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3172Binney; Edward William (1812 - 1881)1812 - 1881
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