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Daubeny, Charles Giles Bridle (1795-1867), an Oxford professor, born at Stratton in Gloucestershire, and educated at Winchester and Magdalen College, Oxford, where he graduated B.A. in 1814, afterwards proceeding to the degree of M.D., and practising as a physician in Oxford. He made researches in Auvergne and in the United States of America, and became successively Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Botany, and Professor of Rural Economy at Oxford. In 1856 he was President of the British Association. Among his numerous writings were works on Volcanoes, Mineral and Hot Springs, Agriculture, Sexuality of Plants, and Climate.