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" ... represents the sovereign here, and is to us the visible image of the head of that vast empire; and the joy with which we welcome to our assemblies and to our hospitality those eminent strangers who have come to us from foreign lands, rises almost... "
Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of the British Association for the ... - Page 30
by British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1835 - 129 lehte
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., 19. köide

1835
...friendship, and partakes of the dignity of a compact between all the nations of the earth. Forgive me that f have not yet been able to speak calmly in such a presence,...constitution and details ; in the migratory character of its meetings, which visit, for a week each year, place after place in succession, so as to indulge...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., 19. köide

1835
...expedient to call this society also into being : I proceed to speak of some of the cha. racteristic and essential circumstances of this British Association,...constitution and details ; in the migratory character of its meetings, which visit, for a week each year, place after place in succession, so as to indulge...
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The Monthly Review, 3. köide

1835
...societies. So evidently true is this, that you might justly blame me, if I were to occupy your time hy attempting any formal proof of it. What other societies...constitution and details; in the migratory character of its meetings, which visit, for a week each year, place after place in succession, so as to indulge...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, 19. köide

1835
...your time by attempting any formal proof of it. What other societies do upon a small scale, this docs upon a large ; what others do for London, or Edinburgh,...constitution and details ; in the migratory character of its meetings, which visit, for a week each year, place after place in succession, so as to indulge...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, 23. köide

1835
...commensurate with the magnitude and the majesty of the British empire, on which the sun never sets. But it was not merely in its magnitude and universality, and...intellect through sympathy, that this Association differed from others. It differed, also, from them in its constilution and details; in the migratory...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., 23. köide

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1835
...commensurate with the magnitude and the majesty of the British empire, on which the sun never sets. But it was not merely in its magnitude and universality, and consequently higher power of stimulating inttllect through sympathy, that this Association differed' from others. It differed, also, from them...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, 5. number

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1836
...societies for science, it was thought necessary or expedient to call this society also into being : I proceed to speak of some of the characteristic and...constitution and details ; in the migratory character of its meetings, which visit, for a week each year, place after place in succession, so as to indulge...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1836
...; and that we hail with pleasure, but without surprise, the enrolment of him amony our members \vho represents the sovereign here, and is to us the visible...constitution and details; in the migratory character of its meetings, which visit, for a week each year, place after place in succession, so as to indulge...
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Prospectus, 1–2. number

American Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge - 1837
...one. 32 mensurate with th» magnitude and majesty of the British emph-e, on which the sun never sets. But it is not merely in its magnitude and universality,...Association differs from others. It differs also from all others in its constitution and details, in the migratory character of its meetings, which visit...
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Mechanics' Magazine, 26. köide

1837
...friendship, and partakes of the dignity of a compact with all the nations of the earth. Forgive me that 1 have not yet been able to speak calmly in such a presence,...in its magnitude and universality, and consequently hi¿rher power of stimulating intellect through sympathy, that this Association differs I'l'nm others....
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