Annals of the Philosophical Club of the Royal Society, written from its Minute Books

@article{GeikieAnnalsOT,
  title={Annals of the Philosophical Club of the Royal Society, written from its Minute Books},
  author={Arch. Geikie},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={104},
  pages={45-46}
}
  • Arch. Geikie
  • History
  • Nature
  • THE Royal Society is not only our most eminent body of men of science, but also one of the oldest and perhaps the most illustrious of all the learned academies of the world. To be elected into the number of its Fellows has always been regarded by the cultivators of science in this country as one of the highest distinctions to which they can aspire. To “shine in the dignity of F.R.S.” was a coveted honour in the days of the “Dunciad,” and is in even higher repute to-day. The recent publication… CONTINUE READING
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