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signatures in the first Journal-book and the Charter-book of the Royal Society

Royal Society (Great Britain)

signatures in the first Journal-book and the Charter-book of the Royal Society

being a facsimile of the signatures of the founders, patrons, and fellows of the Society from the year 1660 down to the present time.

by Royal Society (Great Britain)

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Published by The Society in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Royal Society (Great Britain) -- Membership.,
    • Scientists -- Great Britain -- Autographs -- Facsimiles.,
    • Signatures (Writing)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ41 .L8495x 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 128 p. :
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3005836M
      ISBN 100854031154
      LC Control Number84673093

      Patron signature page, Second frontispeice to Royal Society Charter Book, Image no.: RS R Frontispeice to Royal Society Charter Book, Image no.: RS R Great Seal of the Realm, 15 July Image no.: RS R First Royal Charter of the Royal Society. Science book prizes form an important part of the Society’s public engagement programme. Read more about Book prizes at the Royal Society.

      The Royal Historical Society has a long and proud tradition of publishing across a wide range of subjects and formats. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, our annual flagship volume, publishes . Resources by Royal Society Great Britain. (1,) The signatures in the first Journal-book and the Charter-book of the Royal Society: being a facsimile of the signatures of the founders, patrons and fellows of the Society from the year down to the present time [3rd ed.] Royal Society (Great Britain) [ Book .

      The Royal Society, formally The Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge, is a learned society and the United Kingdom's national academy of d on 28 November , it was granted a royal charter by King Charles II as "The Royal Society". It is the oldest national scientific institution in the world. The society Headquarters: London, SW1, United Kingdom.   As Eddie Redmayne picks up the Academy Award for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking, Brady and Keith look at some famous autographs from British scientists portrayed in the Oscar .


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We publish The Royal Society Charter Book Signaturesa colour reproduction of the pages that are signed by each new Fellow, Foreign Member and Royal patron as they are elected.

The book also includes the Society's second Latin charter, the first pages of the Society's Journal Book, and introductions by Archibald Geike and Martin Rees. The Signatures in the First Journal-Book and the Charter-Book of the Royal Society By The Royal Society - London - Oxford University Press 18" by 14", (x), 94, 42pp.

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The Signatures in the first Journal,Book and the Charter,Book of the Royal Society, This is a facsimile of all the pages containing the signatures of the members of the Society from I The signatures are not dated.5 The List of the Royal Society.

Signatures in the first journal book and charter book of the royal society, Register Book Original: the Register Books contain copies of scientific papers submitted to the Society, the original documents may be found in the Classified Papers RSC: Royal Society Club Archive RSL: Royal Society Letters: letters sent to the Royal Society.

The book was created in after King Charles II granted a second Royal Charter to the organisation, establishing the structure of the Royal Society. Since the first signature was entered on its pages on 9 Januarythe fine vellum folio. It is this historic page of the Charter Book upon which Professor Chen Zhu will be asked to add his signature today, for later binding into the main book.

Since its creation in the s, the Royal Society’s signature volume has become a record of the organisation’s long and proud tradition of fostering international scientific co-operation. Signatures ROYAL SOCIETY () The signatures in the first Journal Book and the Charter Book of the Royal Society; being afacsimile ofthe signatures of thefounders, Patrons and Fellows of the.

The Charter Book is arguably the Society’s most important historical document, initially created in after King Charles II granted a second Royal Charter to the organisation, establishing the structure of the Society.

Bound in crimson leather with gilt clasps and corners the magnificent vellum folio has recorded the signatures. Charles Spencer, author of 'Prince Rupert: the Last Cavalier' Inventor, scientist and adventurer, Prince Rupert's signature appears on the first page of the Royal Society's Charter Book, and he shared with the Society.

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This page from the Royal Society's Charter Book contains the signatures of royal patrons in the 18th century. The first signatory is George I (signing in ). The others are George II (), Frederick.

entered in the Charter-Book has been reproduced in Signatures in the First Journal-Book and the Charter-Book of the Royal Society (7). In the collection of the Friends House Library, London, there is.

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The Royal Society Charter Book must surely be the world's most impressive autograph collection. With thanks to the Royal Society, especially Keith Moore and Joanna McManus.

Also. The success of the Royal Society lies in the fact that, within the leather-clad Charter Book are close to signatures. And each of those signatories most likely believed different things.

1. Author(s): Royal Society (Great Britain) Title(s): The signatures in the first Journal-book and the Charter-book of the the Royal society, being a facsimile of the signatures of the founders, patrons and fellows of the society .9.

The Signatures in the First Journal-Book and the Charter-Book of the Royal Society: Being a Facsimile of the Signatories of the Founders Patrons and Fellows of the Society from the year down to the Present Time.

London: Printed for the Royal Society .The Picture Library website of the Royal Society Picture Library | About us Second frontispeice to Royal Society Charter Book, Image no.: RS R Frontispeice to Royal Society Charter Book, Image no.: RS R First Royal Charter of the Royal Society.