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Reference numberEC/1873/16
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TitleWoodward, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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Monograph of the 'Merostomata' (Palaeontographl Soc 1866-69)
On some points in the Structure of the Xiphosura having reference to their relationship with the Eurypterida (Quart Journal of the Geol Soc 1867)
On some fossil Crustacea & a Chilognathous Myriapod from Coal-measures of the West of Scotland (Trans Glasgow Geol Soc 1866 Vol II p 234)
Reports on the Structure & Classification of Fossil Crustacea I-V (British Association Reports, 1864-71)
The Tertiary Shells of the Amazon Valley (Annals & Mag Natr Hist 1871)
On Eucladia, a new genus of Ophiuridae from the Silurian of Dudley (Geol Magazine, 1869, vol VI) -
and numerous other Memoirs on the Structure and Affinities of recent & fossil animals, published in the various Scientific Journals and Transactions of different Societies.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. Richard Owen; Cha Lyell; Douglas Galton; Enniskillen; P M Grey Egerton; Josh Prestwich; Andw C Ramsay; G Poulett Scrope; John Phillips; Ths Davidson; William B Carpenter; E J Lowe; H W Bristow; R Etheridge; Henry James; Henry Holland; W H Flower; Nevil Story Maskelyne; John J Bigsby; E W Cooke; Thos Sopwith
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Woodward, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5964Woodward; Henry (1832 - 1921)1832 - 1921
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