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Annals of the Philosophical Club of the Royal Society, written from its minute books

T. G. Bonney

Annals of the Philosophical Club of the Royal Society, written from its minute books

by T. G. Bonney

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Published by MacMillan in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Philosophical Club of the Royal Society.

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    Statementby T.G. Bonney.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination286p. ;
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21145146M

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By T. (Thomas George) Bonney Topics: Biography, Philosophical Club of the Royal Society (Great Bri, Royal Society (Great Britain)Cited by: 1. Genre/Form: Biographies Book Biography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Bonney, T.G. (Thomas George), Annals of the Philosophical Club of the Royal Society.

Grove became a Fellow of the Royal Society inand received its Royal Medal in He was Vice-President of the Royal Institution in Receiving a knighthood inhe was given an honorary degree by Cambridge University in and became Privy Councillor in The lunar crater "Grove" is named in his honor.

11 The Philosophical Club and the Royal Society Club tried to avoid clashes, see Allibone, ibid., pp. – On the time of meetings see Hall, M.B., ‘ The Royal Society in Thomas Henry Huxley's Time ’, Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, (), 38, pp.

– 28 Sir Archibald Geikie, Annals of the Royal Society Club: the record of a London dining-club in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (Macmillan, London, ), p. Available from: Biodiversity Library (accessed 23 September ). (Electronic library book).

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3 The records, minute books, papers, membership lists, and other documents and objects belonging to the Society in this period are lost.

This reconstruction has been based on scattered printed materials, the surviving correspondence of members, and five volumes of papers published by the Society. Page 78 - The minimum of the barometer for the period is somewhat uncertain, from the loss of three days' observations about the time of its occurrence: the depression was followed by frost, as i» frequently the case when much rain has fallen.

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5 On clubs in general see T. Escott, Club Makers and Club Members (London: Unwin, ), esp. Chs. 7, On the Philosophical Club see Thomas G. Bonney, Annals of the Philosophical Club of the Royal Society, Written from Its Minute Books (London: Macmillan, ); and T. Allibone, The Royal Society and Its Dining.

Bibliografia. Obituários: The Times, 3 August ; Nature, 27 August ; Law Journal, 8 August *Bonney, T. ().Annals of the Philosophical Club of the Royal Society Written from its Minute : Macmillan. 34 T. Bonney, Annals of the Philosophical Club of the Royal Society, written from its minute books (Macmillan, London, ), esp.

vi and 1–2. 35 The motion to allow discussion was passed by Council on 5 JuneRS CMP/1, p. A similar proposal. Annals of Philosophy was a learned journal founded in by the Scottish chemist Thomas shortly became a leader in its field of commercial scientific periodicals.

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