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== Professor Edward Hull, LL.D., F.R.S., F.G.S. ==
 
== Professor Edward Hull, LL.D., F.R.S., F.G.S. ==
  
'''Extract from: History of the Geological Society of Glasgow 1858-1908, with biographical notes of prominent members. Glasgow: Published by the Society, 1908. (Public domain, copied from the Internet Archive)'''
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Extract from: History of the Geological Society of Glasgow 1858-1908, with biographical notes of prominent members. Glasgow: Published by the Society, 1908. (Public domain, copied from the Internet Archive)
  
 
Professor Hull was born in Antrim on 21st May, 1829, and was a son of the late Eev. John D. Hull, Vicar of Wickhambrook. He graduated in Trinity College, Dublin, in 1850, and received a diploma for engineering the same year. In that year also, on the recommendation of the late Professor Oldham, he was appointed on the staff of the Geological Survey, under Sir H. T. De la Beche and Professor (afterwards Sir Andrew C.) Ramsay.  
 
Professor Hull was born in Antrim on 21st May, 1829, and was a son of the late Eev. John D. Hull, Vicar of Wickhambrook. He graduated in Trinity College, Dublin, in 1850, and received a diploma for engineering the same year. In that year also, on the recommendation of the late Professor Oldham, he was appointed on the staff of the Geological Survey, under Sir H. T. De la Beche and Professor (afterwards Sir Andrew C.) Ramsay.  

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