Reference numberEC/1858/11
Previous numbersCert IX, 411; A04466
TitleLubbock, John, 1st Baron Avebury: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJohn Lubbock Esq. The Discover of many new species of British and Foreign Entomostraca. The author of Various papers on Entomostraca, in the Transactions of the Entomological Society and the Annals & Magazine of Natural History, and of a paper in the Philosophical Transactions On the double method of reproduction in Daphnia, and on the structure of the Ephippium. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Zoology.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. John Richardson; John Lee; John Tyndall; J R Martin
From Personal Knowledge. Thomas Bell; Charles Darwin; John Edward Gray; John J Bennett; W William Saunders; Wm Lassell; John Barlow; Jh Prestwich; Thomas H Huxley; John Phillips; E W Brayley; Charles Babbage
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Lubbock, John, 1st Baron Avebury: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5949Lubbock; John (1834 - 1913); 1st Baron Avebury1834 - 1913
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