Reference numberEC/1870/05
TitleStory-Maskelyne, Mervyn Herbert Nevil: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of Notes on the Oxidation of Chinese Wax (Quart Journ Chem Soc 1853); Investigation of the Vegetable Tallow from a Chinese plant' (Ibid 1855); Joint Author of Report on Chemical Nature of Photographic Image' (British Association Aberdeen Meeting). Author of Note on a new Mineral, Oldhamite (British Association, Cambridge Meeting); Note on the Crystalline Form of the mineral Melaconite, printed in the Transactions of the Imperial Mineralogical Society of St Peterburgh, 1866; Mineralogical Notes in Phil Mag 1863-1864 including "determination of Crystalline Form of Conellite, of which the Crystals, carrying 48 planes, are ony 1/200 inch in diameter;" "Notice on Columbite", and several papers on Meteorites; account of Langite, and Waringtonite - new minerals from Cornwall (Proceedings of Royal Society 1865); Author of a paper on the Constitution of the Wax of the Casnaiba Palm, read to the Chemical Society Jan 21, 1869. Distinguished for his acquaintance witrh the Archaeology of engraved gems.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. Bartholomew Price; John Phillips; Robert Main; Wm Bovill; Henry W Acland; Henry J S Smith; Rod I Murchison; George Rolleston; Chas Brooke; R B Clifton; Andw C Ramsay; A Vernon Harcourt; Warington W Smyth; T H Huxley; Jh Prestwich; John Percy; P Martin Duncan; Jos D Hooker; John Tyndall; E Frankland; G B Airy; Cha Lyell; W S W Vaux; John J Bennett; George Robert Gray; W Baird; A Gunther; John Edw Gray; John Lubbock; W Spottiswoode; Alexr W Williamson; Hugo Muller; W R Grove; John Evans; Wm Odling; Robert Hunt
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Story-Maskelyne, Mervyn Herbert Nevil: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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