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" ... it was contemplated, would form only one part of the Society's labours; the condensation, arrangement, and publication of those already existing, whether unpublished, or published only in an expensive or diffuse form, or in foreign languages, being... "
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by British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1834
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Issue 3

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1834
...some channel before the public. To point out such existing collections, old and new, thencharacter, value, and the degree of interest attached to them,...OFFICERS Elected at the General Meeting, 3rd May, 1834. President. — Marquis of Lansdowne. Treasurer. — Henry Hallam, Esq. Secretaries. — Woronzow Greig,...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1837
...crime. Although fourteen subdivisions have now been enumerated, it is probable more will be required. It will, of course, be one prominent object of the society to form a statistical library, as rapidly as its funds will admit. The gentlemen incorporated by the New York...
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Journal of the Statistical Society, Volume 39

Great Britain - 1876
...expensive or diffuse form, or in foreign languages, being a work of almost equal usefulness. It was also a prominent object of the Society to form a complete Statistical Library as rapidly as its funds would permit. Such were the original aims and objects of the Society; and now that it is in the forty-second...
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Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Volume 39

Statistics - 1876
...expensive or diffuse form, or in foreign languages, being a work of almost equal usefulness. It was also a prominent object of the Society to form a complete Statistical Library as rapidly as its funds would permit. Such were the original aims and objects of the Society ; and now that it is in the forty-second...
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 32

Great Britain - 1869
...the existing materials so pointed out to it, can only be considered when the means and resources it U to possess are better ascertained. It will of course...statistical library as rapidly as its funds may admit. HENKY HALLAM, } A Provisional ComCHABLES BABBAOE, f mittee authorised RICHARD JONES, I io issue thit...
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 7

Great Britain - 1844
...expensive or diffuse form, or in foreign languages, being a work of equal usefulness. It was also a prominent object of the Society to form a complete statistical library as rapidly as its funds would permit. " Such was the purport of the original Prospectus ; and now that the Society has reached...
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 37

Great Britain - 1875
...expensive or diffuse form, or in foreign languages, being a work of almost equal usefulness. It was also a prominent object of the Society to form a complete Statistical Library as rapidly as its funds would permit. Such were the original aims and objects of the Society ; and now that it is in the fortieth...
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 39

Great Britain - 1876
...expensive or diffuse form, or in foreign languages, being a work of almost equal usefulness. It was also a prominent object of the Society to form a complete Statistical Library as rapidly as its funds would permit. Such were the original aims and objects of the Society; and now that it is ia the forty-first...
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 10

Great Britain - 1847
...expensive or diffuse form, or in foreign languages, being a work of equal usefulness. It was also a prominent object of the Society to form a complete Statistical Library as rapidly as its funds would permit. Such was the purport of the original prospectus ; and now that the Society is in the...
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 8

Great Britain - 1845
...expensive or diffuse form, or in foreign languages, being a work of equal usefulness. It was also a prominent object of the Society to form a complete Statistical Library as rapidly as its funds would permit. Such was the purport of the original prospectus; and now that the Society is in the tenth...
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