Reference numberEC/1889/12
Previous numbersCert XI, 167
TitleHughes, Thomas McKenny: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of the following papers, viz: - "On the junction of the Thanet Sand & the Chalk" &c (QJ Geol Soc 1866 Vol 22, p 402) "Geology of parts of Westmoreland & Yorkshire" (Proc Geol & Pol Soc W Riding Yorks 1867) "Break between Upper & Lr Silurian Rocks Lake District" (Geol Mag 1867, p 346) "The two plains of Hertfordshire & their Gravels" (QJ Geol Soc Vol 24, p 283) Part of the Geology of the London Basin (Mem Geol Surv IV 1872) Memoirs of the Geological Survey - Explanation of Quarter Sheet 98, NE, & of ditto SE (1872). "Man in the Crag" (Geol Mag 1872 vol IX p 247) "Exploration of Cave Ha, Yorkshire" (Journ Anthrop Inst 1874) Felstone Implements in Pontnewydd Cave (Journ Anthrop Inst 1874) Classification of the Sedimentary Rocks (Brit Assoc Rep 1875.) Geolgical Measures of Time (Royal Institution March, 1876) Silurian Grits, Corwen, N Wales, (QJ Geol Soc 1877 Vol 33, p 207.) Evidence afforded by Gravels & Brick-earth (as to remains of Man) Journ Anthrop Inst 1877. Pre-Cambrian Rocks of Bangor (QJ Geol Soc 1878 Vol 34 p 137.) Relation & Duration of Forms of Life on the Earth to the breaks in the Sedimentary Rocks (Proc Camb Phil Soc 1879.) Silurian Rocks of the Vale of Clwyd (QJ Geol Soc Vol 35. p 694.) The Precambrian Rocks of Caernarvon (op et vol cit. p 682.) Transport of fine mud, etc by Conferva (Camb Phil Soc Feb 1880.) The Altered Rocks of Anglesea (op et loc cit Feb 1880) Evidence of later movements of elevation & depression in British Isles, (Vict Inst March 1880.) On the Geology of Anglesea (Quart Journ Geol Soc 1880 Vol 36, p 237.) Geology of the Vale of Clwyd (Chester Soc Nat Sci Nov 1880) 2nd paper on Geology of Anglesea (QJGS 1882 Vol 38 p 16.) On the Brecciated Bed in the Dimetian at St David's (Geol Mag 1883 p 306.) Report Excursion Geologists' Assocn to Bangor, Snowdon, Holyhead &c (Proc Geol Assocn Vol 8 July 1883.) Fossils in Pleistocene Gravels Barnwell nr Cambridge (Geol Mag 1883 p 454.) Tracks of Terrestrial and Fresh-water Animals (QJ Geol Soc 1884.) On so-called ''Spongia paradoxica'' from the Red & White Chalk Hunstanton (op & loc cit 1884.) Report Excursion of the Geol Assoc to Cambridge (Proc Geol Assoc 1884) On some perched Blocks (QJ Geol Soc 1886.) On Caves (Vict Inst 1887.) Drifts of the Vale of Clwyd, in relation to the Caves, etc. (QJ Geol Soc 1887.) Some Brecciated Rocks in the Archaean of Malvern (Geol Mag 1887) On Bursting Rock Surfaces (Geol Mag, Nov 1887).
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: H B Tristram; D E Hughes; G J Romanes; J T Walker
From Personal Knowledge: Joseph Prestwich; Warington W Smyth; W H Hudleston; T Rupt Jones; Henry Woodward; John W Judd; William Carruthers; Henry Hicks; H G Seeley; P Martin Duncan; T G Bonney; W H Flower; John Lubbock; V Ball; H H Godwin-Austen; P Herbert Carpenter; Wm Topley; Francis Galton
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Hughes, Thomas McKenny: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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