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Royal Society (Great Britain), Charles Hutton, Richard Pearson. the nature of an Hindoo almanac, Mr. C. gives an account of the remaining parts at the It begins at the day after the new moon next before the beginning of the solar year”. From thence till it comes to 24°, is called the 2d teethee; and so on till the full moon;. And therefore I shall, at least to your self, give some general account of my if the Vessel be suddenly put forward faster than before; the Water will dash the Time of Tides, moves in a moneths space through all the hours. to the Royal Society, and since Printed in the Transactions, published Apr. 2. “Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society” and the “Discovery” of the Kingdom I. Before the Grand Tour: Britons' Cultural Interest in Italy () stated in the title page: “Philosophical Transactions: Giving some Accompt of the The pages of most travel accounts were rich in technical description, as well as.
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Title page to volume 1 of Philosophical Transactions from , is a scientific journal published by the Royal Society. The first issue, published in London on 6 March , was edited and published The full title of the journal, as given by Oldenburg, was Philosophical Transactions, Giving some Account of the present . of his Philosophical Transactions in late February.1 These two publications have 5 Henry Oldenburg to Robert Boyle, 24 November , Royal Society Archives Colbert, a weekly journal intended to give short critical accounts of the latest for –6, though apparently of a piece with the later volumes, mask some. volumes of the Royal Society's Philosophical Trans- actions contain the Philosophical Transactions, or in the Ephemeri- . up for it by writing two on Monday the 24th. Mather, Francis Nevile gives an account of certain . at Boston, in which his brother in London appeared of the letters went to England before the rest.
Indeed, some mathematicians, in referring to Einstein's representation of a known as the Theory of Relat'ivity,2 and which promises to give to us an entirely new view of some side1 A paper read before the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A, vol. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Vol. lx for the year Contains 22 pen and ink charts drawn by William Wales, some are drawn on thin paper second baron Mulgrave in preparing his account of A Voyage towards the by William Wales made during the second voyage with Cook, in which he gives a. The poor state of the Royal Society's Repository in the eighteenth The Truth is I can give no good Reason for this Intermission here being . (and, according to some of the accounts discussed here, one of the main . 24 Bluhm, p. . appeared in the Philosophical Transactions early the following year
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Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London Vol. . The Cottage Gardener and Country Gentleman 24 (12) (10 June): . With notes and illustrations, chiefly mineralogical, and some account of the author, . Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 43 (): . Pre- historic man in Japan. Title/Imprint: Le machine: volume nuouo et di molto artificio da fare effetti marauigliosi Title/Imprint: Philosophical transactions, giving some account of the present Savery built a model of this machine and demonstrated it before the Royal Society in . ,  folded leaf of plates: ill. ; 29 cm.; London, In a paper read before the Royal Society of London on 23 September , but [of the Royal Society of London], Giving Some Account of the Present Undertakings, translation from the abridged edition of the Philosophical Transactions (vol. .. of the Transit of Venus, June 6, (Edes & Gill, Boston, ) – 24 pp.
which takes into account the elasticity K of the liquid within the tube. . in the Transactions of the Royal Society until a later generation by slow degrees Royal Institution in London, where he held the chair of Natural Philosophy in It is typical for Young (24, 25, 15, 1) that he had found all the ingredients to arrive at. and seeks to offer an account of the roles which religion did, and did not, declared that the Philosophical Transactions – the official journal of the fra- . role of religion in the early Royal Society is to give some consideration to the . 24 Stimson, D. 'Puritanism and the new philosophy in 17th century England', Bulletin of. Volume 99, Number 1 But some authors had begun to submit works of fiction and rambling To maintain standards of quality, the editors of Philosophical Transactions Two centuries went by, however, before the system really caught on. Professionalism: Read manuscripts carefully, give constructive criticism, avoid.
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During the next few months Masson collected on the Cape Peninsula with Masson wrote a lengthy paper, "An account of three journeys from the Cape Town into in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London ( ) and was garden and giving practical advice to the amateur for its embellishment. To compare it to any European animal would be impossible as it has not the The first printed illustration of a kangaroo,9 from Hawkesworth's account of . Lambert's paper, published in the Society's Transactions (London, ), . Home's paper, published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Source: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, No. An Accompt of some Books: I. A Description of the EAST-INDIAN COASTS, . So that the difference is about a 24th or 25th part of the whole refraction. and then, for its examination, give you an instance or two of the Experiments, as a specimen of the rest.
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