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" A society for the general advancement of Mechanical Science, and more particularly for promoting the acquisition of that species of knowledge which constitutes the profession of a Civil Engineer, being the art of directing the great sources of power in... "
The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ... - Page 92
1898
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volumes 27-28

Sir William Crookes - Chemistry - 1773
...purposes of our present consideration. They then (in 1818) defined the object of their association to be " The acquisition of that species of knowledge which constitutes the profession of a civil engineer, whereby the great sources of power in nature — ie, the energies of the imponderables — are converted,...
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Pamphlets on English Public Works and Engineering

Great Britain - 1800
...have been incorporated, " for the general advancement of mechanical science, and " more especially for promoting the acquisition of that species of "...constitutes the profession of a civil engineer." It was generally considered, that any question vitally affecting the interests, or professional dignity...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 9

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1828
...charter are, "the general advancement of mechanical science, and more particularly the acquirement of that species of knowledge, which constitutes the profession of a civil engineer; being the art of directing tbe great sources of power in nature, for the use and convenience of man,...
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An Encyclopędia of Civil Engineering, Historical, Theoretical ..., Volume 1

Edward Cresy - 1847 - 1039 pages
...acquired by combination, have wisely united " for the general advancement of mechanical science, and more particularly for promoting the acquisition of...which constitutes the profession of a Civil Engineer." They have defined the nature and objects of their Institution ; they encourage the student to cultivate...
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The Mining Almanack for ...

1849
...1818, and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1828, for the general advancement of mechanical science and for promoting the acquisition of that species of knowledge...constitutes the profession of a Civil Engineer. It consists of four classes, viz. Members, Associates, Graduates, and Honorary Members. To be admitted...
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MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS; WITH ABSTRACTS ...

CHARLES MANBY - 1850
...has since recorded, that this is " a Society for the general advancement of Mechanical Science, and more particularly for promoting the acquisition of...which constitutes the profession of a Civil Engineer;" I am induced to submit to you, whether the best mode of obtaining this desirable knowledge, is not...
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The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales: Adapted to the ..., Volume 3

Great Britain - 1851
...charter in 1828. The object of its formation is the general advancement of mechanical science, and more particularly for promoting the acquisition of...which constitutes the profession of a civil engineer, being the art of directing the great sources of power in nature for the use and convenience of man,...
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On Tubular Girder Bridges ...: With an Abstract of the Discussion Upon the Paper

Sir William Fairbairn - Bridges - 1851 - 56 pages
...have been incorporated, " for the general advancement of mechanical science, and " more especially for promoting the acquisition of that species of "...constitutes the profession of a civil engineer." It was generally considered, that any question vitally affecting the interests, or professional dignity...
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The Mining Manual and Almanack for ...

1851
...Clarendon, Esq. THIS Institution was formed in 1835 for the general advancement of mechanical science, and more particularly for promoting the acquisition of...species of knowledge which constitutes the profession of an engineer. The society consists of three classes — members, honorary members, and associates. The...
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The Learned Societies and Printing Clubs of the United Kingdom: Being an ...

Book clubs - 1853 - 379 pages
...Charter June 3d, 1828. Its object is the general advancement of Mechanical Science, and more particularly promoting the acquisition of that species of knowledge...which constitutes the profession of a Civil Engineer. The Institution consists of Members, Associates, Graduates, and Honorary Members. (1) Members must...
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