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Reference numberEC/1882/08
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TitleClarke, Charles Baron: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe author of works on Botany viz
Numerous Orders the Flora of British India by Sir J D Hooker
Monograph of the Order Commelianaceae in De Candolle onographies Vol III
Compositae Indicae
The author of works on Geography viz
A Geographical Reader and Companion to the Atlas (Macmillan & Co) being the Textbook
approved by the University of Calcutta, and used in India.
as on who is attached to Science and anxious to promote its progress; as evidenced by his published papers on political economy, anthropology, the Theory of Music &c.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: Jos D Hooker; George Bentham; William Carruthers; Maxwell T Masters; S Parkinson; Northbrook; E J Stone; E Dunkin; R McLachlan; R Strachey
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Clarke, Charles Baron: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2884Clarke; Charles Baron (1832 - 1906)1832 - 1906
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