Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, Volume XII (New Series) Part 1, Issued August 1899 Containg papers read before the Society during tyhe months of March, April, May, June 1899. Melbourne, Ford & Son, Printers, Drummond Street, Carlton ( First Edition )
Original stiff paper wraps. 115 pages. 2 fold out plates plus 8 additional plates.
Articles included are:
Further Descriptions of the Tertiary Polyzoa of Victoria by C M Maplestore
The Spectra of Oxygen, Sulpher, and Selenium and thier Atomic Weights by L Rummel
A New Rotifer, Lacinularia striolata with Note on L. pedunculata by J Shephard
The Tertiary Deposits of the Aire and Cape Otway by T S Hall
Notes on Malurus gouldii and Maluras cyaneus by Robert Hall
The Bone Clay and Associated Basalts at the Great Buninyong Estate Mine by T S Hart
Remarks on the Fossil Implement and Bones of an Extint Kangaroo by C W De Vis
On the Occurance of Trachyte in Victoria by Evelyn G Hogg
On Some New Species of Victorian Mollusca by G B Pritchard and J H Gatliff
On Some Remains of Maruspials from Lake Coilongulac Victoria by C W De Vis
On the Occurance of Diprotodon australis near Melbourne by G B Pritchard
The Royal Society of Victoria has been an active and vital part of Melbourne's scientific heritage since 1854 and is Victoria’s oldest continuous scientific society. The Society developed and promoted Science in the fledgling colony, stimulating, fostering, and sustaining the development of astronomy, anthropology, agriculture, geology, botany, zoology, biology and other natural sciences, engineering, and meteorology.
Some notable milestones that the Royal Society of Victoria was involved in include: sponsoring and organising The Burke and Wills Expedition of 1860; establishment of the National Museum of Natural History (now, Museum Victoria), the Melbourne Public Library (now, the State Library of Victoria) and the Bureau of Meteorology’s weather station (still on-site); stimulating Australia's first Antarctic exploration; the setting-aside of Wilson's Promontory as a National Park; and the formation of the Victorian Institute of Marine Sciences.
Paper wraps with chipping to all corners of front wrapper. Pen entry (38182) on top of front cover. 1" clean tear on front cover near spine.
Binding: Softcover ( Stiff Boards ). Book Condition: Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Size: Octavo (standard book size).
115 pages plus 2 fold out plates and 8 additional full plates. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting.
Seperation from the spine on page 110/111, but all pages remain attached. Scattered foxing, but text mostly clean. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. 115 pages plus 2 fold out plates plus 8 additional full plates. Seperation from the spine on page 110/111, but all pages remain attached.
Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Science & Technology; Australia; 19th century; Anthropology. ISBN: No ISBN. Inventory No: 50010.
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