Reference numberEC/1856/05
Previous numbersCert IX, 373; A02826
TitleGosse, Philip Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe Author of a paper on the manducatory organs in the Rotifera ordered for publication in the philosophical Transactions - a naturalists rambles on the Devonshire Coast - The Canadian Naturalist - The Birds of Jamaica - A naturalist's sojourn in Jamaica - The Aquarium - and many other works in Zoology. The Inventor or Improver of the Aquarium. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Zoology - particularly Microscopic Zoology.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. James Booth
From Personal Knowledge. Thomas Bell; Richard Owen; Thomas H Huxley; Geo Busk; J Gwyn Jeffreys; S P Pratt; E W Brayley
Access statusOpen

Gosse, Philip Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1811Gosse; Philip Henry (1810 - 1888)1810 - 1888
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