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The Royal Society of Tasmania, 1843 1943

The Royal Society of Tasmania, 1843 1943

The Society's control continued until 1885, when the Council of the Royal Society handed over its interests in the Botanical Gardens and Museum to the State Government, which placed the [r]

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Report of the Royal Society for the year 1910

Report of the Royal Society for the year 1910

The Council of the Royal Society have the honour to present their Report for 1910 to the Annual General Meeting of the Society.. Eight monthly General Meetings, two special General Aleet[r]

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Some account of the work and workers
of the Tasmanian Society and the Royal
Society of Tasmania, from the year 1840
to the close of 1900

Some account of the work and workers of the Tasmanian Society and the Royal Society of Tasmania, from the year 1840 to the close of 1900

SOME ACCOUNT OF THE WORK AND WORKERS OF THE TASMANIAN SOCIETY AND THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF TASMANLA., FROM THE YEAR 1840 TO THE CLOSE OF 1900.. Morton, Secretary Royal Society of Tasmania..[r]

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The Making of the Royal Society Corpus

The Making of the Royal Society Corpus

We have presented an agile corpus building pro- cess to continuously improve the Royal Society Corpus. We have given details on our approach for OCR correction that may be helpful to other projects as well. We store all OCR corrections in a stream editor (sed) file that is applied to the corpus sources in each build with strict versioning. The agile approach extends to the stages of normaliza- tion and tagging where improvements are stored in parameter files for the tools we are using.

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Report of the Royal Society for the year 1892

Report of the Royal Society for the year 1892

interesting, because the Royal Society of Tasmania has been a good deal mixed up in that meeting, which was and I think I may say the most the most successful of all that has hitherto be[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of November, 1901

Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of November, 1901

The Council of the Royal Society have pleasure in submitting the following report for the year 1901, and i egret I'hat, owing to the sessions of the As;ociat'oii for the advancement of S[r]

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Notes on the publications of the
Royal Society of Tasmania

Notes on the publications of the Royal Society of Tasmania

early in 1849, the Council to publish a periodical journal under the title, *' Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Van Diemen's Land." The first part of the first volume was i[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for June 1870

Proceedings of the Royal Society for June 1870

has, besides these, two rows of teeth upon the tongue, and one row along speaking of the In the outer upper edge of each lower jaw-bone." teeth of the salmon trout, at page 79, Yarrell s[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of November, 1892

Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of November, 1892

Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, New Series, Vol, VI., London, 1892.. Prom the Society.[r]

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Abstract of the Proceedings for the Royal Society for the year 1913

Abstract of the Proceedings for the Royal Society for the year 1913

Piesse moved the adoption of the following new rule "The Council may authorise persons not members of the Society to be present at any meeting without introduction by a member, and notwi[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for October November 1908

Proceedings of the Royal Society for October November 1908

The subsequent records of number of Fellows and amount of subscriptions were too incomplete to enable the Committee to trace the financial history of the Society in detail, but the table[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of August, 1900

Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of August, 1900

The Bishop of Tasmania read a paper Notes on a Visit to the Museums at Perth and Adelaide, with special reference to the Blacks of West Australia, as follows: "During a recent visit to W[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of April, 1899

Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of April, 1899

rainfall of lOOin., and quite as frequently flooded in addition to these advantages there is no direct evidence of general drift in the sea beach, and the sand and debris of the rivers c[r]

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Centenary of the Royal Society

Centenary of the Royal Society

From the AustTalian Chemical Institute, Tasmanian Branch The President and members of the Tasmanian Branch of the Australian Chemical Institute wish to extend their heartiest congratulat[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for March, 1871

Proceedings of the Royal Society for March, 1871

W., has received a grant from Goverimient for his efforts during the last ten years in introducing silk culture successfully as also that a similar grant has been made in New Zealand to [r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of July, 1899

Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of July, 1899

duty deYol \·ed upon him. He had been re­ q u e s t ed to pres e n t to the Society a la rg e platino t ype photograph of Sir James Agnew, the senior Yice-president. He was glall toLe entruste d "·itll the dnty, be e ause it gaYe him the opportunity of pay i ng his tribnLe of respe ct to a gen t leman \vho had done so much for the Society. (Applause.) He did not know that anyt h ing he conld say to them about Sir J ames Agnew would IJe new . They all kuew how long he had l ived amongst the tn, how great and valuable luvl be e n his services, an d 'vhat an e�timal.Jle colonist he had been in e,·ery respe c t. (Applanse . ) ProLably it was i n connection with the work of the Society that t he y knew him best. \Vhen he reminded them hovv much Sir .James had clone, how long he had been connected wi t h the Society , how liberal he had l.Jeen in giving of his wealth to do wh a t was ne e essary �n furthering the ol.Jjects of the Society, and the nuwy other works he harl encouraged, he would he only repeating household words. Sir James had been a member of the S oc i ety n e arly 60 years. He was a member of the old so c iety , w h ich , as th ey knew , was founde d by Sir . J ohn Franklin in 1841. And when the present bo c ie t y was fo nnde d by Sir E. \V ihnot, in 1843, Dr. Agnew continnecl his me m l.Jership, and in 1851 he was electell a meml.Jer of t h e Council, and at that date his arduous work for the Society c ommen c ed . \Vhen they looked back to the vear 1851 and rem em be red t h ey were no ' v in 1899, and that (luring a1l those years Sir James's
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Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of August, 1898

Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of August, 1898

Sprott, who was received with applause, first spoke of the present being an opportune time to lay before the Society certain facts and figures connected with the cause of typhoid fever g[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of November, 1897

Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of November, 1897

The valley of the Shannon is a narrow one of an average width of about eight miles, and consequently the river The most considerable one is the Blackman's has no large affluents.. Rivule[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of August, 1896

Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of August, 1896

important mode of infection, and the disease in this way may be communicated by means of milk or meat from diseased animals.. Doubt no longer exists about milk from tubercular cows beiog[r]

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Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of June, 1896

Proceedings of the Royal Society for the month of June, 1896

At the present time it is the custom in February and March to catch the old birds at night for consumption till the breeding season It is feared that many thousands of these parent birds[r]

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