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" With regard to the formalities to be observed by the academy in their decisions upon the comparative merits of those discoveries which in the opinion of the academy may entitle their authors to be considered as competitors for this biennial premium, the... "
Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences - Page 27
by American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1866
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Memoirs, Volume 4, Parts 1-2

American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1818
...conferred, I take the liberty to request that it may always be given in two medals, struck in the same dye, the one of gold and the other of silver, and of such dimensions as that both of them together may be just equal in intrinsic value to the amount of the interest of...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Meteorology - 1828
...interest of the same may be by them, and by their successors, received from time to time, for ever, and the amount of the same applied and given, once...and of such dimensions, that both of them together mav be just equal in intrinsic value, to the amount of the interest of the aforesaid five thousand...
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The Life of Sir Humphry Davy, Bart., LL.D.: Late President of the Royal ...

John Ayrton Paris - Chemistry - 1831 - 547 pages
...LIGHT. In regard to the form in which this premium was to be conferred, he requested that it might always be given in two medals, struck in the same die, the one of gold, and the other of silver. Should not any discovery or improvement be made during any terms of years, he directed that the value...
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The Life of Sir Humphry Davy, Bart

John Ayrton Paris - Davy, Humphry - 1831
...LIGHT. In regard to the form in which this premium was to be conferred, he requested that it might always be given in two medals, struck in the same die, the one of gold, and the other of silver. Should not any discovery or improvement be made during any terms of years, he directed that the value...
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An appeal to the medical profession, on the utility of the ..., Volume 14

John Read (maker to the army.) - 1833
...it is laid out in the purchase of stock, to augment the original bequest. The premium is directed to be given in two medals, struck in the same die, the one of gold, the other of silver, both of them together of the intrinsic value of £60. They have been awarded as...
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The Royal Society in the XIXth Century: Being a Statistical Summary of Its ...

Augustus Bozzi Granville - Great Britain - 1836 - 253 pages
...any part of Europe during the two preceding years, " on Light and Heat." The sum in question is to be given in two medals, struck in the same die, the one of gold, the other of silver. The medals more recently founded are those which, by a spontaneous act of the...
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The Library of American Biography, Volume 15

Jared Sparks - United States - 1848
...the good of mankind." He further requested, that the premium " might always be given in two medals, one of gold and the other of silver, and of such dimensions...interest of the aforesaid five thousand dollars." Several years passed away without any discoveries being made, which seemed to meet the intentions of...
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Memoir of Sir Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford: With Notices of His Daughter

George Edward Ellis - Physicists - 1871 - 680 pages
...improvement, which shall be made and published by printing, or in any way made known to the publick, in any part of the Continent of America, or in any...be just equal in intrinsic value to the amount of interest of the aforesaid Five Thousand Dollars stock during two years : that is to say, that they...
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Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme ..., Volume 78

Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1883
...Fellows of the Academy, to the end that the interest of the same may be by them and by their successors received from time to time forever, and the amount...years, that is to say, that they may together be of th«! value of three hundred dollars. The Academy will be pleased to order such device or inscription...
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Science, Volume 22

John Michels - Science - 1905
...fellows of the academy, to the end that the interest of the same may be by them, and by their successors, received from time to time, forever, and the amount...be just equal in intrinsic value to the amount of interest of the aforesaid five thousand dollars stock during two years: that is to say, that they may...
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