Catalogue description The Correspondence of Andrew Anderson

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Title: The Correspondence of Andrew Anderson

Anderson, John (Calcutta, India) 6, 1876


Dalgleish, John J (Edinburgh and Culross, Scotland) 2, 1877


Danford, C G (London) 1, 1878


Fraser, Malcolm (Tongue, Scotland) 2, 1878


Godwin-Austen, H H [London] 1, 1878


Gurney, John Henry (Norwich) 33, 1873-1878


Harvie Brown, John A (Scotland) 23, 1873-1878


Hay, Arthur, 9th Marquis of Tweeddale (Haddington, Scotland) 2, 1877-1878


Legge, W V (London and elsewhere) 6, 1871-1878


Macdonald, Alexander (Scotland) 10, 1878


Mackenzie, Thomas (Scotland) 20, 1878


Mandelli, L (Darjeeling, India) 50, 1873-1878


Marshall, G F L (India) 42, 1874-1877


Nicholson, Frank (Bowdon) 3, 1878


Norgate, Frank (Norwich) 8, 1878


Saunders, Howard (London and elsewhere) 17, 1874-1878


Seebohm, Henry (Sheffield) 3, 1878

Date: 1871-1878
Held by: Natural History Museum Library and Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Anderson, Andrew, d 1878

Physical description: 17 items
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Andrew Anderson (d 1878) was 'an able and zealous Indian ornithologist', who spent most of his life in the Indian Civil Service. He was famous as one of a group of civilians who defended the billiard room at Arra at the time of the Mutiny. He was in England on leave from 1869 to October 1871 and again from June 1877 until his death. He published a number of papers in The Ibis and the Proceedings of the Zoological Society between 1871 and 1878.




Anon, 1878. Obituary. The Ibis, fourth series. 2:492-493

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