address of the council of the Worcestershire Natural History Society
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address of the council of the Worcestershire Natural History Society delivered at their sixth anniversary meeting on Thursday Oct. 3rd 1839 by The Rev. John Pearson. by John Pearson

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Published by W.N.H.C. in Worcester .
Written in English

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ContributionsWorcestershire Natural History Society.
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Number of Pages34
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Open LibraryOL16009214M

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1. Author(s): Hastings,Charles,Sir, Title(s): The address of the council of the Worcestershire Natural History Society, delivered at the eleventh anniversary meeting on Wednesday, October 9th, Worcestershire County Library Services were established by Worcestershire County Council in with the help of the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust (C.U.K.T.) which was formed in to promote library services in rural areas. C.U.K.T. provided a grant of £1,, about £40, today, for the shelving, boxes and the first supply of books. Hastings was fascinated by nature and was a key member of the Worcestershire Natural History Society whose collections developed to become the city museum. Opposite Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum a plaque now remembers Sir Charles Hastings on his former house, and inside the museum Brock’s bust can be found in the Museum Gallery. " Presented by Susanna Holyoake to the Worcestershire Natural History Society as a token of her regard for Dr. Hastings, one of the earliest and most zealous of its members, and also as a mark of her respect and esteem for that useful and most honourable institution." His book, Illustrations of the Natural History of Worcester-shire, was.

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