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Reference numberEC/1893/09
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TitleHoworth, Sir Henry Hoyle: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationBarrister-at-Law. Author of 'A History of the Mongols,' 4 vols, 1876-1887; 'The History of Chenghiz Khan and his Ancestors,' containing much information upon the Ethnography of Asia, &c, published in parts in 'The Indian Antiquary,' and about to be republished separately; 'The Mammoth and the Flood,' 8vo, pp 464, 1887. Numerous papers on historical, antiquarian, anthropological , and geological subjects in Journ Ethnolog Soc, Journ Anthrop Inst (Westerly Drifting of the Nomads, Ethnology of Germany, Spread of the Slaves, &c), Journ Roy Asiat Soc (Northern Frontagers of China), International Congress of Orientalists, Historical Soc (Early History and Movements of the Danes and Norsemen), Archaeologia, Geological Magazine, &c. Distinguished for his literary and archaeological attainments.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: J T Walker; James Crichton Browne
From Personal Knowledge: W H Flower; Henry C Rawlinson; Augustus W Franks; Joseph Prestwich; A Pitts Rivers; W Greenwell; John Lubbock; Henry Woodward; Osbert Salvin; John Beddoe; W L Buller; W Boyd Dawkins; R Etheridge; F A Abel; [P Martin Duncan]; Arthur Schuster; T G Bonney; T McKenny Hughes; H B Tristram; Edward Hull
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Howorth, Sir Henry Hoyle: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA779Howorth; Sir; Henry Hoyle (1842 - 1923)1842 - 1923
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