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by A. Newman,J. Chatt-Ramsey

eBook Catalogue of the Specimens Figured in "Fossil Flora" by John Lindley (1799-1865) and William Hutton (1797-1860) Held by the Hancock Museum, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Including a Biography of William Hutton epub
  • ISBN: 0950968048
  • Author: A. Newman,J. Chatt-Ramsey
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hancock Museum (July 1988)
  • Pages: 74 pages
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Author(s): Newman A, Chatt-Ramsey J. Publication type: Authored Book. Publication status: Published.

Author(s): Newman A, Chatt-Ramsey J. Publisher: Hancock Museum. Place Published: Newcastle upon Tyne.

William Hutton (26 July 1797 – 20 November 1860) was a British geologist. Hutton was born 26 July 1797 in Sunderland, the son of a colliery viewer, but was settled in Newcastle-on-Tyne by 1827. He was an agent of the Norwich Fire Insurance Company. He soon acquired a reputation as a practical geologist, an authority upon the coal measures, and an ardent collector of coal-fossils

by. Lindley, John, 1799-1865; Hutton, William, 1797-1860.

The fossil flora of Great Britain; or, Figures and descriptions of the vegetable remains found in a fossil state in this country. by.

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Online Books by. William Hutton Hutton, William, 1797-1860: A voyage to Africa: including a narrative of an embassy to one of the interior kingdoms, in th. William Hutton. Hutton, William, 1797-1860). Books from the extended shelves: Hutton, William, 1797-1860: The fossil flora of Great Britain; or, Figures and descriptions of the vegetable remains found in a fossil state in this country. London, J. Ridgway, 1831-3-37), also by John Lindley (page images at HathiTrust). Hutton, William, 1797-1860: A voyage to Africa: including a narrative of an embassy to one of the interior kingdoms, in the year 1820; with remarks on the course and termination of the Niger, and other principal rivers in that country. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1821) (page images at HathiTrust).

The geologist and palaeontologist William Hutton (1797–1860), with whom Lindley collaborated, was responsible for collecting the fossil specimens from which the 230 plates were drawn. The first serious attempt at organising and interpreting the evidence of Britain's primeval plant life, this resource is notable also for its prefatory discussion of topics such as coal seams and prehistoric climate. Volume 2 opens with a preface on coal, followed by descriptions of some of the fossil plants found therein (plates 80-156).

The geologist and palaeontologist William Hutton (1797–1860), with whom Lindley collaborated, was responsible for collecting the fossil specimens from which the 230 plates were drawn

The geologist and palaeontologist William Hutton (1797–1860), with whom Lindley collaborated, was responsible for collecting the fossil specimens from which the 230 plates were drawn. The first serious attempt at organising and interpreting the evidence of Britains primeval plant life, this resource is notable also for its prefatory discussion of topics such as coal seams and prehistoric climate.

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Books by John Lindley, John Lindley (1799-1865.

Categories: Nonfiction. 7/10 1. Books by John Lindley, John Lindley (1799-1865. A Synopsis of the British Flora: Arranged.

Rise of Systematic Botany-Lindley's place-early history-services to or at University College, London-The Gardeners' Chronicle-Theory and Practice of Horticulture-The Vegetable Kingdom-Orchids-his interest in Fossil Botan.

Rise of Systematic Botany-Lindley's place-early history-services to or at University College, London-The Gardeners' Chronicle-Theory and Practice of Horticulture-The Vegetable Kingdom-Orchids-his interest in Fossil Botany-personal characteristics. The first half of the 19th century is a brilliant epoch in the history of botanical discovery. During that period the foundations of plant-anatomy were laid afresh with the cell as the builders' material

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