The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Volumes 33-34

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Griffin, Bohn and Company, 1876 - Chemistry
 

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1876, not 1776

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Date is wrong: from 1876 not 1776.

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Page 48 - President, in the Chair. THE minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the presents of books made to the Society were announced, and the donors thanked ; after which Messrs.
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Page 191 - TATE in the Chair. The following Candidates were elected Members of the Society : — Horatio Waddington, Esq., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Page 265 - Royal will and pleasure, that no resolution, or bye-law, shall on any account or pretence whatsoever be made by the said body politic and corporate in opposition to the general scope, true intent, and meaning of this our Charter, or the laws...
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