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Seite 4 - The prospectus of the new publication, which was issued August i, 1825, announced the fact that "shortly will be published THE FRANKLIN JOURNAL AND MECHANICS' MAGAZINE, UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, FOR THE PROMOTION OF THE MECHANIC ARTS, EDITED BY DR. THOMAS P. JONES, PROFESSOR
Seite 37 - done most to advance a knowledge of physical science or its applications. 6. That any excess of income from this fund, beyond such average annual sum as might be deemed necessary by the Institute for the number of medals it is considered best to award, might be used for premiums to accompany the medals.
Seite 17 - medal is awarded for discovery or original research, adding to the sum of human knowledge, irrespective of commercial value; leading and practical utilizations of discovery; and invention, methods of products embodying substantial elements of leadership in their respective classes, or unusual skill or perfection in workmanship. The Howard N. Potts Medal (Gold Medal and
Seite 36 - medal is awarded for discovery or original research, adding to the sum of human knowledge, irrespective of commercial value ; leading and practical utilizations of discovery; and invention, methods of products embodying substantial elements of leadership in their respective classes, or unusual skill or perfection in workmanship. The Howard N. Potts Medal (Gold Medal and
Seite 46 - one thousand dollars to be awarded as a premium to any resident of North Am'erica who shall determine by experiment whether all rays of light, and other physical rays, are or are not transmitted with the same velocity. The problem has been more specifically defined by the Board of Managers,
Seite 22 - deposited with The Franklin Institute the sum of one thousand dollars to be awarded as a premium to any resident of North America who shall determine by experiment whether all rays of light, and other physical rays, are or are not transmitted with the same velocity. The problem has been more specifically defined by the Board of Managers,
Seite 47 - deposited with The Franklin Institute the sum of one thousand dollars to be awarded as a premium to any resident of North Am'erica who shall determine by experiment whether all rays of light, and other physical rays, are or are not transmitted with the same velocity. The problem has been more specifically defined by the Board of Managers,
Seite 31 - 2. Any member whose dues are more than three months in arrears shall be notified by the Actuary. Should such dues not be paid when they become six months in arrears', the privileges of membership shall by that fact be suspended. When nine months in arrears such member shall be
Seite 43 - done most to advance a knowledge of physical science or its applications. 6. That any excess of income from this fund, beyond such average annual sum as might be deemed necessary by the Institute for the number of medals it is considered
Seite 36 - medal is awarded for distinguished work in science or the arts ; important development of previous basic discoveries ; inventions or products of superior excellence or utilizing important principles ; and for papers of especial merit that have been presented to the Institute and published in its JOURNAL.

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