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Reference numberEC/1882/06
Previous numbersCert XI, 27
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TitleBrady, George Stewardson: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of a Monograph On the Brit Ostracoda : Trans Lin Soc
" a Review of the Brit Cypridinidae
" " " Marine Mites - and other papers in Trans Zool Soc
Report of Dredging on the Coasts of Northumberland & Durham (1865)
" " " Durham & North Yorkshire (1875), with D Robertson, FGS : Brit
Assoc Report:
Contributions to the Study of the Entomostraca, series of 9 papers Ann & Mag Nat Hist and many other papers on subjects connected with Marine Invertebrata, Marine Algae &c &c. Joint Author (with the Rev A M Norman) of a monograph of the British Entomostraca belonging to the families Bosmidae Macrothoricidae and Lyncaedae (with Rev H W Croskey & J L D Robertson FGS) - of a monograph of the post-tertiary Entomostraca of Scotland part of England & Ireland. Palaeontographic Society 1874 (with D Robertson & H B Brady) on the Ostracoda and Foraminifera of Tidal Rivers &c &c
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Charles Darwin; Albert Gunther; Geo J Allman
From Personal Knowledge: C Spence Bate; W C Williamson; John Lubbock; J Gwyn Jeffreys; Henry Woodward; C Wyville Thomson; T Rupert Jones; M Foster; W K Parker; Daniel Oliver; R Etheridge; R S Newall; Hy B Tristram; Joseph Prestwich; E Klein
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Brady, George Stewardson: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6574Brady; George Stewardson (1832 - 1921)1832 - 1921
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