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Reference numberEC/1859/01
Previous numbersCert IX, 420; A00494
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TitleBeckles, Samuel Husbands: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe discoverer of Fossil Reptilia, Ichthyolites, Crustacea, Testacea, Plants, and Ornithoidichnites. The author of papers on the Footprints of the Wealden, in the Journal of the Geological Society. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of Geology. Eminent as one who is attached to science, and anxious to promote its progress.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. M Faraday; H Holland; E W Brayley; Jas Smith
From Personal Knowledge. Richard Owen; Cha Lyell; P M de Grey Egerton; Martin F Tupper; J S Bowerbank; Wm J Hamilton; Thomas Bell; Arthur Farre; Rod I Murchison; Ch Darwin; Leonard Horner; Andw C Ramsay; Jn Prestwich; John Phillips; T H Huxley
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Beckles, Samuel Husbands: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3764Beckles; Samuel Husbands (1814 - 1890)1814 - 1890
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