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" ... and be signed by persons who have a positive knowledge of the facts stated. Where premiums or bounties are obtained in consequence of specimens produced, the Society mean to retain such part of those specimens as they may judge necessary, making a... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 46
1803
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Volumes 35-36

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - Industrial arts - 1818
...as nearly as possible, in the words of the respective advertisement, and be signed by disinterested persons who have a positive knowledge of the facts...of specimens produced, the SOCIETY mean to retain such part of those specimens as they may judge necessary, making a reasonable allowance for the same....
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Volumes 19-20

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - Industrial arts - 1801
...whatsoever, except the Honorary Medal of the Society. The Candidates are, in all cases, expected to famish a particular Account of the subject of their Claims...of specimens produced, the Society mean to retain such part part of chose specimens as they may judge necessary, making a reasonable allowance for the...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 3

1805
...tlie respective advertisement.-, and be signed by perswis who have a positive knowledge of the tacts stated. Where premiums or bounties are obtained in...of specimens produced, the Society mean to retain such part of those specimens as tbey шау judge neceuary, making a •reasonable allowbnre for the...
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Volumes 25-26

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - Industrial arts - 1807
...where certifica es are required to he produced in claim of premiums, they should be expressed, as ncary as possible, in the words of the respective advertisements,...positive knowledge of the facts stated. Where premiums or boiintidR are obtained in consequence of specimens produced, the Society mean to retain such part of...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences, Volume 6

William Nicholson - 1809
...иге to be expressed as clearly as possible in the words of the respective advertisements, aud to be signed by persons who have a positive knowledge...in consequence of specimens produced, the society retain* such part of those specimens as it judges necessary ; at the same time, making reasonable compensation...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 28

Art - 1809
...premiums, they should be exprcsed, as nearly аэ possible, in the words of the respective advertisement^, and be signed by persons who have a positive knowledge of the facU stated. , Where premiums or bounties are obtained in consequence of specimens produced, the Society...
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Volumes 29-30

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - Industrial arts - 1812
...premium*, they should be expressed, as nearly as possible, in the words of the respective adverlysetnents, and be signed by persons who have a positive knowledge...in consequence of specimens produced, the Society me, m to retain such part of those specimens as they may judge necessary, making a reasonable allowance...
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British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 11

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1821
...they are to be expressed as clearly as possible in the words of the respective advertisements, and to be signed by persons who have a positive knowledge...in consequence of specimens produced, the society retains such part of those specimens as it judges necessary . at the same time making reasonable compensation...
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Volumes 37-38

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - Industrial arts - 1820
...in the words of the conditions attached to the respective premiums, and be signed by disinterested persons who have a positive knowledge of the facts stated. Where premiums or bounties are obtainedin consequence of specimens produced, the SOCIETY will retain such part of those specimens...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 11

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1821
...clearly as possible in the words of the respective advertisements, and to be signed by persons who bave a positive knowledge of the facts stated. Where premiums...in consequence of specimens produced, the society retains such part of those specimens as it judges necessary , at the same time making reasonable compensation...
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