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Reference numberEC/1879/13
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TitleDarwin, Sir George Howard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationGeorge Howard Darwin.
Author of the following papers (1) On the influence of Geological changes on the Earth's axis of rotation. Phil Trans, vol 167 pp 272-312 (2) On an oversight in the Mecanique Celeste and on the internal densities of the planets. Monthly Notices of the Roy Ast Soc vol xxxvii pp 77-89, and other papers connected with the Figure of the Earth and Precession, published in the Phil Mag and in the Messenger of Mathematics (3) On Maps of the World. Phil Mag Ser iv vol L pp 431-435 (4) On the mechanical production of a force varying inversely as the square of the distance. Proc of London Math Soc vol vi p 114 (5) On fallible measures of variable quantities. Phil Mag Ser v, vol iv pp 1-14, and other papers relating to mathematical subjects chiefly published in the Messenger of Mathematics (6) A memoir on the marriage of First Cousins, treated by new statistical methods. Journal of the Statist Soc, vol 38 pp 153-182 and 344-348
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. John Ball; T Spratt; John Hawkshaw; D T Ansted; E Frankland.
From Personal Knowledge. J C Adams; J Clerk Maxwell; William Thomson; A Cayley; J W L Glaisher; W Stanley Jevons; W Farr; John Lubbock; Joseph Prestwich; Henry J S Smith; John Tyndall; W G Adams; W Bowman; J N Lockyer
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Darwin, Sir George Howard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8198Darwin; Sir; George Howard (1845 - 1912)1845 - 1912
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