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EXHIBITION OF 1851.
Jurors For The United Kingdom.
I.—Mining, Quarrying, Metallurgical Operations, and Mineral Products.
Sir H. De la Beche, C.B. F.R.S. 28, Jermynstreet, Piccadilly, Director-General of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom, &c.
M. Faraday, F.R.S. Royal Institution, Albermarle-street, Professor of Chemistry to the Royal Institution.
W. Logan, F.G.S. 42, Sackville-street, Director of the Geological Survey of Canada.
Richard Taylor, F.G.S. Falmouth, Mineral Surveyor to the Duchy of Cornwall.
II.—Chemical and Pharmaceutical Processes and Products generally.
Jacob Bell, M.P. 15, Langham-place, Pharmaceutist
Thomas Graham, F.R.S. 4, Gordon-square, Professor of Chemistry, University College.
John Mercer, F.C.S. Oakensaw, near Accrington, Lancashire, Calico Printer.
II. L. Pattinson, F.C.S. 10, Grey-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Chemical Manufacturer.
III.—Substances used as Food.
Sir J. P. Boileau, Bart. F.R.S. 20, Upper Brookstreet, Agriculturist.
Joseph D. Hooker, M.D. R.N. F.R.S. Royal Gardens, Kew, Botanist.
Dr. Lindley, F.R.S. 21, Regent-street, Professor of Botany, University College.
IV.— Vegetable and Animal Substances chiefly used in Manufactures, as Implements, or for Ornament.
Professor Richard Owen, F.R.S. College of Surgeons, Lincoln's-inn-fields, Curator to the College of Surgeons.
Dr. Royle, F.R.S. East India House, Leadcnhallstreet, Professor of Materia Medica, King's College.
Professor Solly, F.R.S. 15, Tavistock-square, Lecturer on Chemistry at Addiscombe.
N. Wallich, M.D. F.R.S. 5, Upper Gower-street, Bedford-square, formerly Curator of the Botanical Gardens, Calcutta.
V. Machines for direct use, including Carriages,
and Railway and Naval Mechanism.
W. Fairbairn, Manchester, Mechanical Engineer.
John Farey, 67, Upper Guilford-street, Russellsquare, Consulting Engineer.
John Hick, Bolton-le-Moors, Mechanical Engineer.
H. Maudslay, 4, Cheltenham-place, Lambeth, Mechanical Engineer.
Rev. E. Moseley, M.A. F.R.S. Education Office. Privy Council, Inspector of Schools, and formerly Professor of Mechanics at King's College.
Robert Napier, Glasgow, Mechanical Engineer and Ship Builder.
V. a.—Sub-Jury for Carriages.
J. Holland, 258, Oxford-street, Coach Builder. Earl Jersey, 38, Berkeley-square, formerly Master
of the Horse. T. Hutton, Summer-hill, Dublin, Coach Builder. VL—Manufacturing Machines and Tools.
Charles Gascoigne Maclea, Leeds, Mechanical Engineer.
John Penn, Greenwich, Mechanical Engineer.
George Eennie, F.R.S. Whitehall-place, Mechanical Engineer.
T. R. Sewell, Carrington, near Nottingham, Lace Manufacturer.
Professor R. Willis, F.R.S. Cambridge, Professor of Mechanics.
Benjamin Fothergill, Manchester, Mechanical Engineer.
VII.— Civil Engineering, Architectural and Building Contrivances.
Dr. Neil Arnott, F.R.S. Bedford-square, Doctor
of Medicine. I. K. Brunei, F.R.S. Duke-street, Westminster,
Civil Engineer. J. M. Rendel, F.R.S. 8, Great George-street,
Civil Engineer. William Tite, F.R.S. 17, St. Helen's-place,
VIII.—Naval Architecture and Military Engineering; Ordnance, Armour, and Accoutrements.
Major-General Sir John Burgoyne, K.C.B. 87,
Pall-mall, Inspector General of Fortifications. A. F. Creuze, F.R.S. Lloyd's, Royal Exchange,
Principal Shipwright Surveyor at Lloyd's. Major-General Sir W. Morrison, K.C.B. M.P.
F.R.S. No. 16, Saville-row, Hon. East India
Company's Service. Sir Baldwin Walker, K.C.B. 66, Westhourne
terrace, Surveyor-General of the Navy.
IX.—Agricultural and Horticultural Machines and Implements.
Col. Challoner, 11, Charles-street, Berkeleysquare.
B. T. Brandreth Gibbs, Half Moon-street.
A. Hammond, Westacre Hall, Rougham, Norfolk.
Josh. Locke, M.P. F.R.S. 6, Chester-terrace, Regent's-park.
W. Miles, M.P. Leigh Court, near Bristol.
P. Pusey, M.P. F.R.S. Pusey, near Farringdon.
J. V. Shelley, Maresfield-park, Sussex.
H. S. Thompson, Moat Hall, near York.
X.—Philosophical Instruments and processes depending upon their use; Musical, Horological, and Surgical Instruments.
Sir David Brewster, F.R.S. 1, Dorset-street, Manchester-square, and St. Andrews, Fifeshire, N.B. Principal of the University, St. Andrews.
Sir John Herschel, Bart. F.R.S. 32, Harleystreet, Master of the Mint.
W. H. Miller, F.R.S. Scroope-terrace, Cambridge, Professor of Mineralogy.
Rev. R. Sheepshanks, D.D. F.R.S. Athenaeum Club, and 14, London-road, Reading.
J. Glashier, F.R.S. Observatory, Greenwich, Observer in Greenwich, Observatory.
Professor Potter, F.R.S., University College, London, Professor of Natural Philosophy.
Sub-Jury A. for Musical Instruments.
'W. Sterndale Bennet, 15, Russell-place, Fitzroysquare, Professor at the Royal Academy of Music.
Sir H. Bishop, 13, Cambridge-street, Hyde-park, Doctor of Music.
Sir G. Smart, 91, Great Portland-street, and St. Ann's, Chertsey, Organist of the Chapels Royal.
Dr. Wylde, 65, Westbourne-terrace, Doctor of Music, and Professor at the Royal Academy of Music.
Sub-Jury B. for Surgical Instruments.
J. H. Green, F.R.S. Hadley, Middlesex, President College of Surgeons.
W. Lawrence, F.R.S. Whitehall-place, Surgeon to Bartholomew's Hospital.
James Philp, 67, St. James'-street, Surgical Instrument Maker.
Sir James Anderson, Lord Provost of Glasgow,
XII.—Woollen and Worsted.
Samuel Addington, 105, St. Martin's-lane, and