IN the death of Prof. J. H. Priestley the botanical world and the Department of Botany of the University of Leeds have lost a man of originality and genius. Though cut off from fulfilling the period of university service to the usual age of retirement, his life has been a full one, and the record of his achievements is one of which any man might be proud.
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