1806, Jan 21884, Jan 23
an English naturalist. In some contributions to Axon's Field Naturalist, he told the story of his scientific studies from the time of his first microscope, which he obtained in 1834. Brittain was connected with other scientific societies in Manchester and London. He was a clear and animated speaker, and for many years lectured on various subjects of natural science to a great number of the mechanics' institutes and similar orgamisations. He made frequent contributions to the Manchester City News, Unitarian Herald, and other papers on matters of scientific interest.
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