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Philosophical Transactions

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  • By contrast, the first original paper that might be considered as part of a scientific research programme conducted by a woman and published in the Royal Society's journal, Philosophical Transactions, concerned extraterrestrial phenomena.

    The Royal Society's lost women scientists

  • There are also great words that we have forgotten in the Philosophical Transactions.

    Back off you Shakespearists!

  • The item was published in 1750 in the Royal Society's Philosophical Transactions.

    The intire account of fome incidents from 257 years ago

  • A much older etymology shedding more light on the origin of the word was given by a Thomas Smith in the following 1683 article from the Royal Society's Philosophical Transactions.

    Romans, Rums, Greeks, Turks and German Emperors

  • A much older etymology shedding more light on the origin of the word was given by a Thomas Smith in the following 1683 article from the Royal Society's Philosophical Transactions.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • The item was published in 1750 in the Royal Society's Philosophical Transactions.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • At the time I will confess that I thought chiefly of the Philosophical Transactions and my own seventeen papers upon physical optics.

    The Time Machine, by H. G. Wells

  • They must disbelieve all Philosophical Transactions containing the records of painful and careful inquiry into now familiar disorders of the senses of seeing and hearing, and into the wonders of somnambulism, epilepsy, hysteria, miasmatic influence, vegetable poisons derived by whole communities from corrupted air, diseased imitation, and moral infection.

    Contributions to All the Year Round

  • The conversation next turned on the Philosophical Transactions, when Johnson observed, that they had now a better method of arranging their materials than formerly.

    The Life of Samuel Johnson LL.D.

  • Philosophical Transactions, he very properly consulted that gentleman before he carried it further.

    The Food of the Gods and how it came to Earth

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