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  • fungi collected by Darwin on the voyage of the Beagle, those brought by Hugh Cuming [q. v.] from the Philippines, those sent by George Henry Kendrick Thwaites
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  • Sea-Urchins. A fine species was discovered in the Indian Archipelago by Mr. Hugh Cuming, and named S. astericola. He found this elegant parasite burrowing in
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  • 1885-1900, Volume 13 Cuming, Hugh by Benjamin Daydon Jackson 1345520Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 13 Cuming, HughBenjamin Daydon
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  • 1885-1900, Volume 13 Cuming, Alexander by Gordon Goodwin 1345519Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 13 Cuming, AlexanderGordon Goodwin1888
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  • Richard (1732-1811) Cumberland, Richard Francis G. Cumine Ailbhe Cuming, Alexander Cuming, Hugh Cumming, Alexander Cumming, James (d.1827) Cumming, James (1777-1861)
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  • Thomas Kitson Crosse, William Crotty, William Crow, Francis Crull, Jodocus Cuming, Alexander Cunningham, James (d.1709?) Cutler, John Dalgarno, George Damascene
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  • Henry Courten, William (1642-1702) Coyte, William Beeston Cullum, Dudley Cuming, Hugh Cunningham, Allan (1791-1839) Cunningham, Richard Currey, Frederick Curtis
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  • Cuming, Hugh
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  • Cumby, Charles - Commander, 1813 Cumby, David Charles - Lieutenant, 1829 Cuming, Samuel - Retired Commander, 1838 Cumming, Arthur - Commander, 1846 Cunningham
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  • served, on the Mediterranean and Home stations, in the Bombay 74, Capt. Wm. Cuming, Perlen 38, Capts. Joseph Swabey Tetley and John Allen, Rodney 74, Capt
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  • this corollary requires a closer study. The English geologists, notably Hugh Miller and Lyell, in the middle of the last century, explained the origin
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  • Mesonacis, 128 Metastoma, 56, 68–71 Metschnikoff, cited, 143, 144 Miller, Hugh, cited, 107 Missouri, 85 Mitchill, S. L., cited, 13, 432 Mohawk valley
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  • William E. Leffingwell, President, Democrat. T. B. Cuming, Secretary, Democrat.
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  • Practical Operation of “The Experiment.“…. Philadelphia and Baltimore, 1835. Cuming, Fortesque. Sketches of a Tour to the Western Country…. Pittsburgh, 1810
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  • England's Struggles for Religious Liberty. Philadelphia, 1896. Foster, Frank Hugh, A Genetic History of the New England Theology. Chicago, 1907. Goddard, Harold
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  • Bermondsey in Surry. This Richard held this of Hugh de Montfort (descended of Hugh, the 1st lord,) which Hugh confirmed in the said year the same grant, and
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  • the works of Thomas Aquinas (Opera, Parma, 1869; tom. T.\ 3247^ 5."j^-). Hugh of St. Caro(i263; J'oslilla), Dionysius Carthusius (14th cent.). Thus the
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  • of example. 6693. templers; 'the Knights Templars were founded in 1119 by Hugh de Paganis. Their habit was a white garment with a red cross on the breast
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