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" proceeded to mention the great loss which the Society had sustained by the death of Dr. GH Noehden, their late Secretary ; and finally, he congratulated the Society on the prosperous aspect of their affairs. The Council Report was then read; "
The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany - Pagina 451
1826
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 6

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1822
...11 th ult. when the president, the very Rer. Dr. Wood, after alluding in the most feeling manner to the great loss which the society had sustained by the death of its vice-president, Dr. É. D. Clarke, proposed that the meeting should be adjourned without proceeding...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 1

1826
...institution of the Committee of Correspondence, an establishment of great importance to the society ; and proceeded to mention the great loss which the society...of their affairs. The council report was then read. The council and officers for the present year consist of the following gentlemen: Lord Bexley ; Viscount...
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 1

Monthly literary register - 1826
...institution of the Committee of Correspondence, an establishment of great importance to the society ; and proceeded to mention the great loss which the society had sustained by the death of Dr. G. II. Noehden, their late secretary ; and finally, he congratulated the society on the prosperous...
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Nature, Volume 56

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1897
...Entomological Society, June 2.—Mr. R. Trimen, FRS , President, in the chair.—The President referred to the great loss which the Society had sustained by the death of Dr. Fritz Müller, one of its Honorary Fellows, and to his dUtinguished services in the cause of entomological...
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Nature, Volume 56

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1897
...Entomological Society, June 2. — Mr. R. Trimen, FRS, President, in the chair.—The President referred to the great loss which the Society had sustained by the death of Dr. Frit/ Müller, one of its Honorary Fellows, and to his distinguished services in the cause of entomological...
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Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society ..., Volume 21;Volumes 1876-1877

Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - 1877
...Ordnance Survey). The PRESIDENT, before proceeding to the immediate business of the evening, alluded to the great loss which the Society had sustained by the death of Admiral Sir Edward Belcher. He was one of the oldest Fellows of the Society, and for half a century...
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Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society, Volume 5

Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain) - 1879
...the effect that it he recorded in the Minutes of the Meeting that the Fellows present, keenly feeling the great loss which the Society had sustained by the death of Mr. Murray, resolved that a letter of condolence be sent to his widow and family. SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE....
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The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Volume 5

James William Tutt - 1894
...the SOUTH LONDON ENTOMOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY, on April 12th, the President referred to the great loss which the Society had sustained by the death of Mr. J. Jenner Weir, who had always taken such an active interest in its welfare, and it was unanimously...
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The Electrical Review, Volume 22

1888
...Professor WC ADAMS, FES, Vice-Président in the chair. In opening the proceedings the chairman referred to the great loss which the society had sustained by the death of Dr. Balfour Stewart, their late President, and said that his loss would be deeply felt by the whole scientific...
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The Entomologist, Volume 30

1897
...SOCIETY OF LONDON.—June 2nd.—Mr. K. Tri men, FRS, President, in the chair. The President referred to the great loss which the Society had sustained by the death of l)r. Fritz Müller, one of its honorary Fellows, and to his distinguished services in the cause of...
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