2 edition of list of the portraits in the Royal Society of Edinburgh, with biographical notes found in the catalog.
list of the portraits in the Royal Society of Edinburgh, with biographical notes
From Year book of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1959/60.
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This guide offers a systematic approach to the wide variety of published biographical information on men and women of science in the life, earth and physical sciences, primarily from to , and complements TB (Biographical Sources in the Sciences, compiled ) and TB (Biographical Sources in the Sciences -- General Works and National Sources, compiled ). Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society Vol. 1 - 48, Royal Society: London, - List of Fellows of the Royal Society - , The Royal Society: London, List of Obituaries and Biographical Notes Published in Angew. Chem. ( - ), Chem. Ber. ( - ), Helv. Chim. Acta ( - ), Liebigs File Size: 37KB.
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For 98 The Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Ireland Surgeon 4: 2; 9 3 many years after John Goodsir was appointed to the Edinburgh Chair of Anatomy, he acted as chairman of the Society.s veterinary department Three of Barclay.s books were dedicated to Dr (later Professor) Thomas Thomson, such as his Muscular Motions of Cited by: 2. About 8, Fellows have been elected to the Royal Society of London since its inception in Below is an incomplete list of people who are or were Fellows or Foreign Members of the Royal Society; the date of election to the Fellowship follows the in brackets relate to an award or event associated with the person; the Society maintains complete online lists of current Fellows.
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Guthrie, D. (/60) "List of Portraits in the Royal Society of Edinburgh, with biographical notes". Year Book of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, / Goldman, L. (ed.) () Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: OUP.
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Antient British portraits, containing a series of sixty prints of noble and eminent personages : with concise biographical notices.
Published by Messrs. Boydell & Co., This volume is incomplete. It contains 6 pages of text with brief biographical notes and 16 engraved portraits, 15 of which are after Sir Anthony Van Dyck and 1 after Sir Peter Lely. New Fellows are admitted to the Society at a formal admissions day ceremony held annually in July, when they sign the Charter Book and the Obligation which reads: "We who have hereunto subscribed, do hereby promise, that we will endeavour to promote the good of the Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge, and to pursue the ends Country: United Kingdom.
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Biographical memoirs, of Adam Smith, LL. D., of William Robertson, D.D. and of Thomas Reid, D.D.; read before the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Now collected into one volume, with some additional notes. [Dugald Stewart].
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Early life. Geikie was born in Edinburgh inthe eldest son of Isabella Thom and her husband James Stuart Geikie, a musician and music elder brother of James Geikie, he was educated at Edinburgh High School and University of Edinburgh.
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Account of the Life and Writings of Dr. John Gregory, prefixed to an edition of his works, published at Edinburgh in History of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, making the First Part of the First Volume of the Transactions of the Royal Society, printed in A list of the portraits in the Royal Society of Edinburgh, with biographical notes.
Repr. from the Year Book of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, /File Size: KB. His volume of notes from the cuttings book is kept as part of a sub-section on the rebuilding controversy (MMC/9/6/11/13), and he made notes for each medical practitioner who is mentioned in this volume, so cross-referral from the biographical file to the notebook is possible; such entries are described as 'Holograph note, MRI cuttings book'.
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Catalogue of portraits in the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, with forward, biographical sketches and list of artists, (New York, c), by New York Chamber of Commerce (page images at HathiTrust) A miniature.
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