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Issue: 018, 25/03/28 p. 286
Heading: Linnaean Society
Category: Botany   
Topic: [Death of Sir James Edward Smith, botanist, on the seventeenth of March, 1828]
Person: SMITH, Sir James Edward   
Institution: Linnaean Society   
Obituary
Issue: 051, 15/10/28 p. 811, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Animated Nature. (Ophiology), Para 5
Category: Zoology   Reptiles   Folklore   
Topic: American Sea-Serpent. [An investigation by the Linnaean Society of New England into its existence]
Person: WARBURTON   
Institution: Linnaean Society of New England   

Issue: 056, 19/11/28 p. 893
Heading: Varieties, Para 2
Category: Natural History   
Topic: Linnean Society. [First meeting of the forty-fifth session. Introduction of new Fellows. Paper given on a new species of dormouse. Specimen of a pheasant from Cochin China exhibited. Address delivered by the Secretary, Mr. Bicheno, on the difficulties of making natural history a popular subject]
Person: LAMBERT, Aylmer Bourke   DEAKE, Rev. D. W.   LUBBOCK   PEREIRA, J.   DUNCAN, J. S.   TAYLOR, R.   BICHENO, Mr.   
Institution: Linnaean Society   

Issue: 058, 03/12/28 p. 923, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Animated Nature. (Icthyology), Para 11
Category: Icthyology   
Topic: The Eagle Fish. [Sciaena aquila observed off Zetland being chased by a seal. The same fish is called the Stone Basse by Couch of the Linnaean Society, who saw one off the coast of Cornwall]
Person: CUVIER   COUCH, Mr.   
Source: Risso, (Ich. Nice, p. 298, Jab. IX., Fig. 30)   
Institution: Linnaean Society   

Issue: 066, 28/01/29 p. 62
Heading: Medico-Botanical Society
Category: Medicine   Botany   
Topic: [Anniversary meeting of the society. Reports show an increase of 245 members, an addition of 100 volumes to the library and 7000 new plants to the society`s collection. Resignation of Sir James McGrigor as president. Election of council and officers. Address of the president, Earl Stanhope. Presentation of medals. Dr John Hancock receives the gold medal for his work on the Angostura bark-tree and the Vandellia diffusa. Professor Fresco Caldi receives the silver medal. Earl Stanhope reaffirms the objects of the society, calling for more research into indigenous plants as a substitute for expensive imported drugs]
Person: MACGRIGOR, Sir James   STANHOPE, Earl   SMITH, Sir James Edward   THUNBERG, John Peter   BOSE (late of Paris)   CHORIS   HANCOCK, Dr. John   CALDI, Prof. Fresco   
Institution: Medico-Botanical Society   Linnaean Society   Geographical Society, Paris   
Speech, 16/1/29
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Reviews

Issue: 135, 29/05/30 p. 321-323
Category: History   Politics   Poverty   Economics   Political Economy   Agriculture   Enclosure   British Isles   Ireland   Scotland   
Title: Ireland, and its Economy; being the Result of Observations made in a Tour through the Country in the Autumn of 1829
Author: BICHENO,J.E.   
Attribution: Secretary of the Linnaean Society
Institution: The Linnaean Society   

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