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London Corresponding Society


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Thomas Hardy (1752—1832) radical and a founder of the London Corresponding Society

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Nore naval mutiny

 

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London Corresponding Society (act. 1792-1799), radical society

Hardy, Thomas (1752-1832), radical and a founder of the London Corresponding Society

WILEMAN, Alfred Ernest (1860 - 1929), Fellow of the Entomological Society of London; Corresponding Member of the Zoological Society of London; Member of the Japan Society; Member of the Asiatic Society of Japan

BURRELL, Harry James (1873 - 1945), Research Naturalist; Fellow Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales; Life Member of the American Museum of Natural History, New York; Corresponding Member of the Australian Museum, Sydney; Corresponding Member London Zoological Society

HOWES, George Bond (1853 - 1905), Professor of Zoology, Royal College of Science, London, from 1895 (succeeding Prof. Huxley); corresponding member New York Acad. of Science; Hon. Member Yorkshire Philosophic Society, Essex Field Club, Nottingham Nat. Society, New Zealand Institute, and Royal Society, Victoria

DENDY, Arthur (1865 - 1925), Hon. Member New Zealand Institute; Corresponding Member Royal Societies of Victoria and Tasmania; Professor of Zoology, King’s College, University of London, since 1905

HOLLAND, Eardley Lancelot (1879 - 1967), Hon. Fellow, Royal Society Medicine and American Gynæcological Society; Corresponding Member, French and German Gynæcological Societiess; Hon. Fellow: Royal Medical Society, Budapest; Gynæcological Society of Brazil; Fellow King’s College, London; Consulting Gynæcologist London Hospital, City of London Maternity Hospital

ANNANDALE, (Thomas) Nelson (1876 - 1924), corresponding member of the Zoological Society of London, and the Natural History Society of Saratow; Fellow of the Asiatic Society of Bengal; Director of the Zoological Survey of India, 1916; Superintendent of the Indian Museum and Secretary to the Trustees 1906–16; President, Asiatic Society of Bengal

CALVERT, Albert Frederick (1872 - 1946), Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Order of Alfonso XII; Corresponding Member of the Royal Spanish Academy; Hon. Member Spanish Chamber of Commerce in London; Member of the Hispanic Society of America; author

GOTCH, John Alfred (1852 - 1942), JP; Past President, Royal Institute of British Architects; Past Member of Royal Fine Art Commission; Hon. Corresponding Member, American Institute of Architects; Past Vice-President, Society of Antiquaries of London; Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Northamptonshire (retd)

PERNET, George (1861 - 1940), Consulting Dermatologist to the West London Hospital; late Lecturer on Dermatology, West London Post-Graduate College, retired; Hon. Member of the Paris, Copenhagen, and Madrid Dermatological Societies, also of corresponding Dutch and German Societies; late Assistant to Skin Department, University College Hospital

TOYNBEE, Paget (1855 - 1932), Hon. Fellow of Balliol College; British Academy (Serena) Gold Medallist; corresponding member Reale Accademia della Crusca, Reale Istituto Lombardo di Scienze e Lettere, and Reale Accademia Lucchese di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti; Hon. Secretary of Oxford Dante Society, 1916–28; Hon. Member, Cambridge (USA) Dante Society; Hon. Vice-President London Dante Society

M’KENZIE, Dan (died 1935), Consulting Surgeon, Central London Throat and Ear Hospital; Consulting Oto-Laryngologist to the French Hospital, London, and to Chiswick, Ealing, and Wimbledon Isolation Hospitals; late Hon. Consulting Laryngologist, Ilford Emergency Hospital; Corresponding Member American Laryngological, and of the French and Scottish Oto-Laryngological Societies

YOUNG, James (1883 - 1963), Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Gynæcology, University of London; late Director of Obstetrical and Gynæcological Unit, British Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith, W12; Consulting Physician, Royal Maternity Hospital; Consulting Gynæcologist, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; Hon. Fellow Edinburgh Obstetrical Society and American Association of Obstetricians and Gynæcologists; Corresponding Fellow of German Gynæcological Society; Fellow Royal Society of Medicine, London; Fellow, Medico-Chirurgical Society, Edinburgh; late Governor, Imperial Cancer Research Fund; Editor, Journal of Obstetrics and Gynæcology of the British Commonwealth; late Examiner for Roy. Coll. of Surgeons, Edinburgh, and Central Midwives Bd of Scotland

 

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An organization founded in London in 1792 by Thomas Hardy to agitate for universal manhood suffrage. It was the first real working‐class political movement to appear in Britain – its members were mainly artisans of humble origin – and it rapidly established contact with similar societies in other towns, for example the Sheffield Society of Constitutional Information. The aim of the societies was to circulate letters and pamphlets and to initiate orderly debates on reform proposals. Paine's writings were a stimulus to the popular societies. When there was talk of a national convention the government, then at war with Revolutionary France, became alarmed. The London Corresponding Society was believed to have been involved in the Nore mutiny: in 1798 all the Society's committee members were imprisoned without trial and in 1799 the Society itself was suppressed.

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