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Reference numberEC/1870/07
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TitleNewton, Alfred: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of numerous papers in various Journals and Proceedings of scientific Societies on Ornithology and other branches of Zoology - also of "Ootheca Wolleyana", London, 1864; of the articles upon Birds in the Zoological Records for 1865, 1866, 1867, and 1868 - Joint author (with his brother Mr Edward Newton) of a paper upon the "Osteology of the Solitaire"ordered to be printed in the Philosophical Transactions. Editor of "The Ibis" - a Journal of Ornithology (second series) - Also well known as a zoological traveller and collector in Lapland, Iceland, Spitzbergen, North America, and the West Indies.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. Richard Owen; Cha Lyell; Charles Darwin; John Edw Gray; W H Flower; Geo Busk; H B Tristram; P L Sclater; Charles C Babington; A Gunther; G M Humphry; Adam Sedgwick; E W Brayley; Jh Prestwich; T B Curling; J Gwyn Jeffreys; James Salter; W Kitchen Parker; D T Ansted; T Spencer Cobbold; E J Lowe
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Newton, Alfred: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3013Newton; Alfred (1829 - 1907)1829 - 1907
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