Reference numberEC/1892/19
Previous numbersCert XI, 229
TitleMiall, Louis Compton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Biology in the Yorkshire College. Prof Miall has published the following papers and books: - Reports on Labyrinthodonts (Rep Brit Assoc, 1873-1874): the first translated as introduction to S Anton Fritsch's 'Fauna der Permformation Bohmens;' Fossil Teeth of Ceratodus (Palaeont Indica); Sirenoid and Crassopterygian Ganoids, Part I (Palaeont Soc); papers on Labyrinthodonts, Rhizodus, Ctenodus, and Megalichthys (Quart Journ Geol Soc); Studies in Comparative Anatomy: I Skull of Crocodile, II Anatomy of the Indian Elephant (jointly with F Greenwood), III The Cockroach (jointly with H Denny); Vertebrate Palaeontology in Geol Record (Sub-editor). In 1875 received the Wollaston Donation from the Geological Society.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Richard Owen; W H Hudleston; J Burdon Sanderson; H G Seeley
From Personal Knowledge: T Pridgin Teale; T H Huxley; W H Flower; Henry Woodward; W Topley; A H Green; Arch Geikie; Robt Etheridge; P Martin Duncan; W Boyd Dawkins; W C Williamson; A Milnes Marshall; Edward B Tylor; T Clifford Allbutt; George J Romanes; Edward Hull; Wm Turner; P Herbert Carpenter; John W Judd; H B Tristram; P H Pye-Smith; T G Bonney
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Miall, Louis Compton: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7997Miall; Louis Compton (1842 - 1921); palaeontologist, biologist, and educator1842 - 1921
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