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  • 1309628Q900947James SmithsonJamesSmithsonSmithson,_JamesJohns-James Smithson-1816.jpg17641829British mineralogist and chemist. Draft Will of James Smithson (c.
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  • Title Draft Will of James Smithson Author James Smithson Year 1826 Source djvu Progress Done—All pages of the work proper are validated
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  • Title Last Will of James Smithson Author James Smithson Year 1826 Progress To be proofread
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  • Draft Will  (1826)  by James Smithson 1322292Draft WillJames Smithson1826 I James Smithson son to hugh, first Duke of Northumberland, & Elizabeth
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  • Britannica, Volume 25 Smithson, James 5772151911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 25 — Smithson, James [ 273 ] SMITHSON, JAMES (1765-1829), British
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  • The American Cyclopædia Smithson, James 1639039The American Cyclopædia — Smithson, James SMITHSON, James, an English physicist, founder of the Smithsonian
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  • of American Biography Smithson, James 577258Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography — Smithson, James SMITHSON, James, philanthropist, b. in
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  • money, yielding $508,318.46. This magnificent sum was the bequest of James Smithson, Esq., F. R. S., to the United States of America. We propose in these
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  • distinguished by chemical analysis; they were first so distinguished by James Smithson in 1803. F.S. Beudant in 1832 restricted the name calamine to the hydrous
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  • the President of the United States of America A Proclamation When James Smithson, an English scientist, died in 1829, he gave his entire estate "to the
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  • William (d.1696) Smith, William (1730?-1819) Smithson, Harriet Constance Sothern, Edward Askew Spiller, James Stephens, Catherine Stephens, Jane Stirling
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  • Richard Rudder, Samuel Sibbald, James (1745-1803) Smith, John Russell Smithson, James Sotheby, Samuel (1771-1842) Sotheby, Samuel Leigh Spence, Thomas Spencer
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  • who constituted its officers during its first fifty years than even James Smithson himself could have expected. His motto has been faithfully adhered to
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  • 1885-1900, Volume 53 Smithson, James by Henry Richard Tedder 622984Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 53 Smithson, JamesHenry Richard Tedder1898
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  • But if Benjamin Thompson, an American, founded the Royal Institution, James Smithson, an Englishman, shortly afterward founded that noble institution in
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  • science; Illinois with 3,635 students has only six. THE TOMB OF JAMES SMITHSON. One of the last services of the late Professor Langley, secretary
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  • created by an act of congress which owes its origin to the bequest of James Smithson, an Englishman, a scientific man, and at one time a vice-president of
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  • (1715-1786)Gerald le Grys Norgate1895 PERCY, HUGH, whose surname was originally Smithson, first Duke of Northumberland of the third creation (1715–1786), born in
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  • institution of learning in Washington, D.C., founded by the bequest of James Smithson (q.v.), who seems to have known of Joel Barlow's plan for a national
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  • Cultivation of Science," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 2, April 1873 “Smithson, James” in The American Cyclopædia, 1879. “Smithsonian Institution” in The
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