Reference numberEC/1892/16
Previous numbersCert XI, 226
TitleHutton, Frederick Wollaston: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Geology in Canterbury College. Author of numerous reports, papers, &c, published by the New Zealand Government, the Geological and Zoological Societies , the New Zealand Institute, &c, and in the Phil Mag. Amongst them are: - 'Fishes of New Zealand,' 1872; 'Geology of the Thames Gold Field (Government Report, 1868-1869); 'Sketch of the Geology of New Zealand' (Quart Journ Geol Soc); 'Birds inhabiting the Southern Ocean' (Ibis, 1865); 'On 'Peripatus N Zealandiae',' On the Structure of 'Amphibola avellana';' 'Origin of the Fauna and Flora of New Zealand' (Ann & Mag Nat Hist); 'Eruptive Rocks of New Zealand,' 'Oscillations of the Earth's Surface' (Austr Assoc Advt Sci, 1889); 'On Dimensions of Dinornis Bones' (Trans NZ Inst); 'New Zealand Land Shells;' 'Revision of the Land Mollusca of New Zealand' (ibid, vol xvi). Author of a Class Book of Geology, and of Zoological Exercises for Students in New Zealand. Author of eleven papers in Proc Linn Soc NSW. Has done much valuable work in other ways for the advancement of science in New Zealand.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: George Verdon
From Personal Knowledge: A Liversidge; James Hector; T Jeffery Parker; W L Buller; W Colenso; Ferd von Mueller; R L J Ellery; Frederick M'Coy; Wm F Drummond Jervois; T Russell Jones; Saml Haughton; Wm Archer; Alex Macalister; Robert H Scott; Henry Woodward
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Hutton, Frederick Wollaston: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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