Reference numberEC/1875/26
Previous numbersCert X, 269
TitleLankester, Sir Edwin Ray: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationE Ray Lankester.
Author of several papers on Biological and Geological subjects dating from 1863 onwards: for several years joint-editor of the Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science.
Author of "Contributions the developmental History of the Mollusca" ordered to be printed in the Philosophical Transactions with 10 Plates (Read Jan 7 1874)
Of a "Monograph of the Fossil Fishes of the Old Red Sandstone - Sectn A The Cephalaspidae" illustrated with 14 plates quarto Palaeontographical Society, 1868-70
Of a paper "On the sources of the Mammalian Fossils of the Red Crag and on a new fossil Walrus" Quart Journ Geol Soc 1865
Of a paper "Contributions to a knowledge of the Fauna of the newer Tertiary Strata of Suffolk and Norfolk" Ibid 1870
Of a paper "On the Primitive Cell-layers of the embryo as the basis of Genealogical Classification" Ann & Mag Nat History May 1873
Of a paper "Contributions to a Knowledge of Haemoglobin" Proc Royal Society no 140, 1873
Of a paper "'Spectroscopic Examination of Certain Animal Substances"Journ of Anat 1869
Of a paper "on the sexual form of Chaetogaster Linnaei" Quart Journ Microsc Sci 1869
Of a paper "on a peach-coloured Bacterium" ibid 1873. and other memoirs on similar subjects.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Erasmus Wilson; Ch Darwin.
From Personal Knowledge. Geo Busk; P L Sclater; W H Flower; John Lubbock; Geo J Allman; John Marshall; W Sharpey; J Gwyn Jeffreys; John Tyndall; T Spencer Cobbold; Edward Hull; T Lauder Brunton; E W Cooke
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Lankester, Sir Edwin Ray: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8247Lankester; Sir; Edwin Ray (1847 - 1929)1847 - 1929
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