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VII JANUARY 1859 TO JANUARY 1861 PHILADELPHIA PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY BY C. SON 1861 PROCEEDINGS AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.
Hist., dated New York, March 12, 1859, acknowledging the receij)t of the proceedings, Vol.
La Hongrie ancienne et moderne; histoire, arts, litterature, monu- ments; par une societe de litterateurs, sous la direction de M. American Iron Association, Bulletin and Statistics. 7, 1849, which was acce])ted, and the resolutions contained therein adojjted. Fraley, and owing to the absence, through sickness, of the chairman of the committee on the condition of the Society, the discussion of the alterations in the Laws and Regulations, proposed by the committee, was again postponed to the next meeting. Letters were received, acknowledging the receipt of Nos. Franklin Bache presented a report, in part, in behalf of the Committee on the Franklin Manuscripts, appointed Dec. The following donations for the Library were announced: — Quarterly Jour.
A Key to the Trustees' statement; letters to the majority of the Trus- tees of the Dudley Observatory; by G. r1n/y / PROCEEDINGS AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY HELD AT PHILADELPHIA PROMOTING USEFUL KNOWLEDGE Vol. The judges and clerks of the annual election, held this day for officers of the Society, repoi'ted that the following named members were elected officers of the Society for the ensuing year: — Presif]e7it. Professor Treii;o hiid upon the table a mineral deposite from the hot springs of Munnikurrun, in the immediiitc vicinity of the eternal snows of the Himalayas, about SOO miles north of Simla, in Upper India. The committee to consider the condition of the Society not being j^rcpai-ed to report, was continued, witii leave to report when prepared. Le Conte, the application of the heirs of Joseph Horsfield was referi'ed to the Committee on th.e Library, with power to act, and the Societ}^ was adjourned. 141, was slow of mean solar time the same night (at 10//. The observations at the same Rock Island Station which was before occupied, were as follows, viz. The second one is as follows, viz : — 80 Determination of the difference of Longitude between Chicago and the City of Rock Island, Illinois^ by electric signals for com- parisons of time, Jidy 29th, 1859.