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" ... and thus to effect, more fully than other societies can do, the combination of intellectual exertions. In other societies, the constitution and practice are such, that the labours of the several members are comparatively unconnected, and few attempts... "
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
...members are comparatively unconnected, and few attempts are systematically made to combine and harmonize them together ; so that if we except that general and useful action of the social spirit upon tl:e intellect of which I have already spoken, and the occasional incitement to specific research,...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., 19. köide

1835
...members are comparatively unconnected, and few attempts are systematically made to combine and harmonize them tog-ether ; so that if we except that general...own accord, hands in a paper ; the title and subject are announced ; it is referred to a committee for examination, and if it be approved of, it is published...
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The Monthly Review, 3. köide

1835
...members are comparatively unconnected, and few attempts are systematically made to combine and harmonize them together; so that if we except that general and...own accord, hands in a paper; the title and subject are announced; it is referred to a committee for examination, and if it be approved of, it is published...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, 19. köide

1835
...members are comparatively unconnected, and few attempts are systematically made to combine and harmonize them together; so that if we except that general and...specific research, by the previous proposal of prizes, the*? remains little beyond the publication of Transactions, whereby they seek as bodies to co-operate...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1836
...members are comparatively unconnected, and few attempts are systematically made to combine and harmonize them together ; so that if we except that general...own accord, hands in a paper ; the title and subject are announced ; it is referred to a Committee for examination, and if it be approved of, it is published...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, 5. number

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1836
...members are comparatively unconnected, and few attempts are systematically made to combine! and harmonize them together ; so that if we except that general...seek as bodies to cooperate in the work of science. Ip them an author, of his own accord, hands in a paper ; the title and subject are announced ; it is...
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Mechanics' Magazine, 26. köide

1837
...other Societies the constitution and practice are such, that the labours of the several members ar« comparatively unconnected, and few attempts are systematically...seek as bodies to co-operate in the work of science." — p. xlv. Sir William's first assertion we certainly shall not combat. Even an Irish meeting might...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., 26. köide

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1837
...labours of the several members are comparatively unconnected, and few attempts are systema» tically made to combine and harmonise them together ; so that...seek as bodies to co-operate in the work of science." — p. xlv. Sir William's first assertion we certainly shall not combat. Even an Irish meeiing might...
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The Mathematical Papers of Sir William Rowan Hamilton: Volume 4, Geometry ...

William Rowan Hamilton - 2000 - 842 lehte
...members are comparatively unconnected, and few attempts are systematically made to combine and harmonize them together; so that if we except that general and...own accord, hands in a paper; the title and subject are announced; it is referred to a Committee for examination, and if it be approved of, it is published...
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