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" It was considered that, whilst it appears an error to fix any limitation to the productions of machinery, science, and taste, which are of no country, but belong, as a whole, to the civilized world, particular advantage to British industry might be derived... "
The International exhibition. The industry, science, & art of the age: or ... - 5. oldal
szerző: John Timbs - 1863
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and ..., 13-14. kötet

Anna Maria Hall
...any limitation to the products of machinery, science, and art, which are of no country, but belong as a whole to the civilized world, particular advantage...in fair competition with that of other nations.'. . . . " ' Not the least wonderful part of the Exhibition,' says the Times, ' will be the edifice within...

Index and introductory. Raw materials. Machinery.-v.2. Manufactures. Fine ...

Robert Ellis (F.L.S.), Great Britain. Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851 - 1851
...limitation to the productions of machinery, science, and taste, which are of no country, but belong, as a whole, to the civilized world, particular advantage...it in fair competition with that of other nations. It was further settled that, by offering very large premiums in money, sufficient inducement would...

A popular narrative of the origin, history, progress, and prospects of the ...

Peter Berlyn - 1851 - 186 oldal
...limitation to the productions of machinery, science, and art, which are of no country, but belong as a whole to the civilized world, particular advantage...it in fair competition with that of other nations." Thus it will be seen that although a Great National Exhibition had been proposed and aimed at over...

Cyclopædia of useful arts & manufactures, ed. by C. Tomlinson. 9 divs

Cyclopaedia - 1852
...limitation to the productions of machinery, seience, and taste, which are of no country, but belong as a whole to the civilized world, particular advantage...it in fair competition with that of other nations. It was further settled that, by offering very large preminms in money, sufficient inducement would...

Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, 3. kötet

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - 1877
...limitations to the productions of machinery, science, and taste, which are of no country, but belong as a whole to the civilized world, particular advantage...it in fair competition with that of other nations." This first exhibition of the products of art and industry of all nations, was a success from its inception...

Fifty Years of Public Work of Sir Henry Cole, K. C. B., Accounted ..., 2. kötet

Henrietta Cole - 1884
...limitation to the productions of machinery, science, and taste, which are of no country, but belong, as a whole, to the civilized world, particular advantage...it in fair competition with that of other nations. It was further settled that, by offering very large premiums in money, sufficient inducement would...

Fifty years of public work of sir Henry Cole ... accounted for in his deeds ...

sir Henry Cole - 1884
...limitation to the productions of machinery, science, and taste, which are of no country, but belong, as a whole, to the civilized world, particular advantage...it in fair competition with that of other nations.' (Cheers.) "That seemed to his Royal Highness to be a fundamental principle to be regarded in any great...

The Great Exhibition of 1851: A Nation on Display

Jeffrey A. Auerbach - 1999 - 279 oldal
...limitations in the productions of machinery, science and taste which are of no country but belong as a whole to the civilized world, particular advantage...it in fair competition with that of other nations.' In other words, a competition not just with general benefits for all nations, but with specific benefits...
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Uncrowned King: The Life of Prince Albert

Stanley Weintraub - 2000 - 512 oldal
...productions of Machinery, Science, and Art, which are of no country, but belong as a whole to the civilised world, particular advantage to British Industry might...it in fair competition with that of other nations.' The Society accordingly undertook an 'Industry of All Nations' exhibition for 1851, and recommended,...
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Palace of Industry, 1851: A Study of the Great Exhibition and Its Fruits

Charles Ryle Fay - 1951 - 156 oldal
...any limitation to the productions of Machinery, Science and Taste which are of no country, but belong to the Civilized World, particular advantage to British...placing it in fair competition with that of other Nations.2 Thus conceived, the Exhibition was too large an affair to be sponsored by a voluntary body....
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