On the Formation of Ripplemark

A. R. Hunt
1882 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London  
The Presents received were laid on the table, and thanks ordered for them. The P resid en t condoled with the M eeting on the g re at loss which Science and the Society had sustained th ro u g h the decease of th e ir distinguished Fellow, Charles D a rw in ; and m entioned th a t a proposal for in term en t in W estm inster Abbey had been m ade to th e fam ily of the deceased and to the Dean, which he tru ste d would be b ro u g h t to pass. The following P apers were read :-
doi:10.1098/rspl.1882.0001 fatcat:mh6luawkmfadvfvwkhoxbyc35e