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The history of the Royal-Society of London for the improving of natural knowledge

Thomas Sprat

The history of the Royal-Society of London for the improving of natural knowledge

by Thomas Sprat

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Published by Printed by T. R. for J. Martyn ..., and J. Allestry ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Royal Society (Great Britain)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Tho. Sprat
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 477:2
    ContributionsCowley, Abraham, 1618-1667.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[14], 438, [1] p
    Number of Pages438
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18031222M

      The Royal Society for the Promotion of Natural Knowledge. Three hundred and fifty years ago in , Thomas Spratt, an English churchman and ultimately Bishop of Rochester was called upon to write a ‘History of the Royal Society’ and yet the Society had only received its Royal Charter five years before. The Royal Society, now one of the worlds most distinguished scientific academies, began. The history of the Royal-Society of London for the improving of natural knowledge by Tho. Sprat. Sprat, Thomas, , Cowley, Abraham, with that description of Nitrum and Aprhonitrum in the tenth chapter of the one and thirtieth Book of Plinies Natural History with a Natural and Facile 〈 in non-Latin alphabet.

    The Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge is a learned society for science that dates back to Their latest series of audio & video podcasts include lectures on a variety of scientific subjects, many of which focus on specific figures & events in science history.   Let this Book, Intituled, The History of the ROYAL SOCIETY of London, for the improving of Natural Knowledge, be Printed ⁠ William Morrice. THE HISTORY. OF THE Royal Society. OF LONDON, For the Improving of. NATURAL KNOWLEDGE. By THO. SPRAT, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Rochester.

    The History of the Royal Society of London for Improving of Natural Knowledge, from Its First Rise: In which the Most Considerable of Those Papers Communicated to the Society, which Have Hitherto Not Been Published, are Inserted in Their Proper Order, as a Supplement to the Philosophical Transactions, Volume 1 - Ebook written by Thomas : Thomas Birch. The history of the Royal-Society of London, for the improving of natural knowledge / By Tho. Sprat. Other records.


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The very first ‘learned society’ meeting on 28 November followed a lecture at Gresham College by Christopher Wren. Joined by other leading polymaths including Robert Boyle and John Wilkins, the group soon received royal approval, and from it would be known as 'The Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge'.

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Published inunder the direction of the Royal Society which had first met inreceiving their royal charter in Full text of "The History of the Royal Society of London for Improving of Natural Knowledge as a Supplement to The Philosophical Thomas Birch Vol. 4." See other formats. Frontispiece to The history of the Royal-Society of London, for the Improving of Natural Knowledge, by Thomas Sprat (printed by T.R.

forLondon, ). This key piece of iconography for the early Royal Society includes central portraits of the first President, William, 2nd Viscount Brouncker () and Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban (, with a bust of the Society.

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Publication date Usage Public Domain Mark Topics bub_upload Publisher. The Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge, or “Royal Society”, as it is commonly known, began unofficially inwhen a group of natural philosophers announced the formation of a “College for the promoting of Physico-Mathematical Experimental Learning”.

Let this Book, Intituled, The History of the ROYAL SOCIETY of London, for the improving of Natural Knowledge, be Printed ⁠ William Morrice. page THE HISTORY. OF THE Royal Society. OF LONDON, For the Improving of. NATURAL KNOWLEDGE. By THO. SPRAT, D.D. late Lord Bishop of. The History of the Royal Society of London for Improving of Natural Knowledge from Its First Rise, in which the Most Considerable of Those Papers Communicated to the Society, which Have Hitherto Not Been Published, are Inserted as a Supplement to the Philosophical Transactions.

Page 52 THE HISTORY OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY. The SECOND PART. * T Hus I am, at length, arriv'd at the second Part of my Method, The Narration it self. This I shall divide into three Pe∣riods of Time, according to the seve∣ral Degrees of the preparation, growth, and compleat Constitution of the Royal Society.

The First shall consist of the first occasions of this Model, and the Men, who first. The History Of The Royal Society Of London For Improving Of Natural Knowledge From Its First Rise In Which The Most Considerable Of Those Papers Communicated To The Society Which Have Hitherto Not Been Published Are Inserted As A Supplement To The Philosophical Transactions Estos datos libro es.

13 Sprat, Thomas, The History of the Royal Society of London, for the Improving of Natural Knowledge, London,p. 14 ‘Society’ is mentioned in the founding charter, but the wording refers to the ‘name’ of this ‘Body Corporate and Politic’ as ‘the Master, Wardens and Society of the Art and Mistery of Apothecaries of the.

Buy The History of the Royal Society of London, for the Improving of Natural Knowledge by Sprat, Thomas (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Thomas Sprat. The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.

Discover more about our work, our mission or information such as the history of the Royal Society and international work. The Royal Society was first chartered in ; in its second charter () it was called the Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge.

It stimulates research in that field and acts in the capacity of adviser on scientific matters to the government, from which it receives annual subsidies.The History of the Royal Society of London for Improving of Natural Knowledge from Its First Rise, in which the Most Considerable of Those Papers Communicated to the Society, which Have Hitherto Not Been Published, are Inserted as a Supplement to the Philosophical Transactions: Volume 1 - Ebook written by Thomas Birch.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS Author: Thomas Birch.The history of the Royal-Society of London, for the improving of natural knowledge. 4to. 16,2, including errata pp. Engraved arms of the Royal Society on the verso of the license leaf, etched frontispiece by Wenceslas Hollar after John Evelyn or possibly Mary Evelyn, 2 engraved folding plates.

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