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LIST OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS, &c.,

TO WHICH COPIES OF THE JOURNAL' AND 'PROCEEDINGS' ARE PRESENTED. [Those marked with an asterisk* receive the Proceedings only.]

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Public Library

Mining Department NEW ZEALAND. Library of the House of

NEW SOUTH WALES. The Royal Society

Representatives

NAMES OF INDIVIDUALS

TO WHOM

THE ROYAL PREMIUMS AND OTHER TESTIMONIALS HAVE BEEN AWARDED.

1832.-Mr. Richard Lander-Royal Medal-for the discovery of the course of the River Niger or Quorra, and its outlet in the Gulf of Benin.

1833.-Mr. John Biscoe-Royal Medal-for the discovery of the land now named "Enderby Land” and “Graham Land," in the Antarctic Ocean.

1834. Captain Sir John Ross, R.N.-Royal Medal-for discovery in the Arctic Regions of America.

1835.-Sir Alexander Burnes-Royal Medal-for the navigation of the River Indus, and a journey by Balkh and Bokhara across Central Asia.

1836.-Captain Sir George Back, R.N.-Royal Medai--for the discovery of the Great Fish River, and its navigation to the sea on the Arctic Coast of America.

1837.-Captain Robert FitzRoy, R.N.-Royal Medal-for the survey of the Shores of Patagonia, Chile, and Peru.

1838.-Colonel Chesney, R.A.-Royal Medal-for the general conduct of the "Euphrates Expedition" in 1835-6, and for accessions to the geography of Syria, Mesopotamia, and the Delta of Susiana.

1839.-Mr. Thomas Simpson-Founder's Medal-for the discovery and tracing, in 1837 and 1838, of about 300 miles of the Arctic shores of America.

Dr. Edward Rüppell-Patron's Medal-for his travels and researches in Nubia, Kordofán, Arabia, and Abyssinia.

1840.-Col. H. C. Rawlinson, E.I.C.-Founder's Medal-for his travels and researches in Susiana and Persian Kurdistán, and for the light thrown by him on the comparative geography of Western Asia. Sir R. H. Schomburgk-Patron's Medal-for his travels and researches during the years 1835-9 in the colony of British Guayana, and in the adjacent parts of South America.

1841.-Lieut. Raper, R.N.-Founder's Medal-for the publication of his work on Navigation and Nautical Astronomy.'

Lieut. John Wood, I.N.-Patron's Medal-for his survey of the
Indus, and re-discovery of the source of the River Oxus.

1842.-Captain Sir James Clark Ross, R.N.-Founder's Medal-for his discoveries in the Antarctic Ocean.

Rev. Dr. E. Robinson, of New York-Patron's Medal-for his work entitled 'Biblical Researches in Palestine.'

1843.-Mr. Edward John Eyre-Founder's Medal-for his explorations in Australia.

Lieut. J. F. A. Symonds, R.E.-Patron's Medal-for his survey in Palestine, and levels across the country to the Dead Sea.

1844.-Mr. W. J. Hamilton-Founder's Medal-for his researches in

Asia Minor.

Prof. Adolph Erman-Patron's Medal-for his extensive geographical labours.

1845.-Dr. Beke - Founder's Medal for his extensive explorations in Abyssinia.

M. Charles Ritter-Patron's Medal-for his important geographical works.

1846.-Count P. E. de Strzelecki-Founder's Medal-for his explorations and discoveries in the South-Eastern portion of Australia, and in Van Diemen's Land.

Prof. A. Th. Middendorff-Patron's Medal-for his extensive explorations and discoveries in Northern and Eastern Siberia.

4847.-Capt. Charles Sturt-Founder's Medal-for his various and extensive explorations in Australia.

Dr. Ludwig Leichhardt-Patron's Medal-for a journey performed from Moreton Bay to Port Essington.

1848.-Sir James Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak and Governor of LabuanFounder's Medal-for his expedition to Borneo.

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Captain Charles Wilkes, U.S.N. Patron's Medal for his
Voyage of Discovery in the S. Hemisphere and in the Antarctic
Regions, in the years 1838-42.

1849.-Austen H. Layard, Esq., D.C.L. M.P.-Founder's Medal-for his contributions to Asiatic geography, researches in Mesopotamia, and discoveries of the remains of Nineveh.

Baron Ch. Hügel-Patron's Medal for his explorations of Cashmere and surrounding countries, communicated in his work entitled 'Kashmir und das Reich der Siek.'

1850.-Col. John Ch. Frémont-Patron's Medal-for his successful explorations of the Rocky Mountains and California; and for his numerous Discoveries and Astronomical Observations.

1851.

The Rev. DAVID LIVINGSTONE, of Kolobeng-a Chronometer Watch-
for his successful explorations of South Africa.

Dr. GEORGE WALLIN, of Finland-25 Guineas-for his Travels in Arabia.
Mr. THOMAS BRUNNER-25 Guineas-for his explorations in the Middle
Island of New Zealand.

1852.-Dr. John Rae-Founder's Medal-for his survey of Boothia and of the Coasts of Wollaston and Victoria Lands.

Captain Henry Strachey-Patron's Medal-for his Surveys in Western Tibet.

1853.-Mr. Francis Galton-Founder's Medal-for his explorations in Southern Africa.

Commander E. A. Inglefield, R.N.--Patron's Medal-for his Survey of the Coasts of Baffin Bay, Smith and Lancaster Sounds. 1854.-Rear-Admiral William Henry Smyth-Founder's Medalfor his valuable Surveys in the Mediterranean.

Captain Robert J. M. M'Clure, R.N.-Patron's Medal-for his discovery of the North-West Passage.

1855.-The Rev. David Livingstone, M.D., &c.-Patron's Medalfor his Scientific Explorations in Central Africa.

Mr. CHARLES J. ANDERSSON-a Set of Surveying Instruments--for his
Travels in South-Western Africa.

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