Letters, 1821-1852.

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Hutton, William, 1797-1860. Letters, 1821-1852.

Letters, 1821-1852.

These letters relate primarily to geology and botany, and there is also much on the Newcastle Natural History Society, of which Hutton was the secretary. There is much correspondence with Alexandre Brongniart, H. S. Davis, John S. Henslow, John Lindley, David Milne-Home, Roderick I. Murchison, George Steuart MacKenzie, and John Phillips.

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Milne-Home, David, 1805-1890

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Jones, Thomas Rymer, 1810-1880

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Anderson, William, 1764-1839

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Lindley, John, 1799-1865

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Emmett, Anthony J.

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Newcastle Natural History Society.

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Fellowes, Charles, 1812-1896.

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Bowman, J.E. (John Eddowes), 1785-1841

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Turner, Edward, 1798-1837

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