The Geographical Journal, Volume 31

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Royal Geographical Society., 1908 - Electronic journals
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Includes the Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society, formerly published separately.
 

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Page 620 - A Collection of the Names of the Merchants Living' IN AND ABOUT THE CITY OF LONDON; very usefull and necessary.
Page 301 - Nos. 1 and 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7 and 8, 9 and 10, 11 and 12.
Page 482 - I accept their nomination with feelings of profound gratitude ; and, sir, I thank you for the very kind manner in which you have already conveyed to me the decision of the Democratic Convention. I accept the nomination with the conviction that your nomination for the Presidency is one which will carry us to certain...
Page 476 - ... scale decisively in its favour and ensure to it the practical possession of power, not during one parliament or two, but for a considerable term of years. Before, however, we enter on the labyrinth of ambiguous transactions and ever-shifting situations which render the ten years between 1850 and 1860 not only one of the most interesting but also one of the most perplexing periods in the annals of party government, we must refer briefly to the state of parties immediately after the Reform Bill...
Page iv - All Subscriptions are payable in advance, on the 1st of January in each year. The privileges of a Fellow include admission (with one Friend) to all ordinary Meetings of the Society, and the use of the Society's House, Library and Map-room.
Page 483 - means the mayor and commonalty and citizens of the city of London, and the powers conferred upon them by this Act may be exercised by the mayor, aldermen, and commons of the said city in common council assembled ; The
Page 462 - Boom, if all the Fellows of the Society who have taken photographs during their travels, would forward copies of them to the Map Curator, by whom they will be acknowledged. Should the donor have purchased the photographs, it will be useful for reference if the name of the photographer and his address are given. • 1 •3 d t s THE GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL G Mn..h AIIIIIS ABI1A1IA %SSfi
Page 322 - physiography has to do primarily with the surface of the lithosphere, and with the relations of air and water to it. Its field is the zone of contact of air and water with land, and of air with water.
Page 753 - Septennium were entitled to Bonuses which, notwithstanding that the Premiums do not as a rule exceed the non-profit rates of other Offices, were, on the average, equal to an addition of over 50 per cent to the original assurances. Accumulated Funds ^14,000,000.
Page 753 - 1,000 only — the difference being equivalent to an immediate and certain Bonus of 20 to 25 per cent. The WHOLE PROFITS go to the Policyholders, on a system at once safe and equitable, — no share being given to those by whose early death there is a loss.

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