This sous-fond contains a series of documents related to the Royal Institution of Great Britain including notices of meetings, meeting minutes, and ballot lists as well as a royal act increasing the powers of the institution. The papers include two bound journals of Dinwiddie's notes on lectures given at the institution on topics ranging from astronomy, chemistry, and biology.

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  • Balloting List for the Committee of Managers 

    Royal Institution (2010-03-03)
  • Balloting List for President, Treasurer, Secretary 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    This document from the Royal Institution ca. 1814 is a balloting list for the positions of president, treasurer, and secretary. This file consists of one printed page.
  • Minutes 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    These minutes from the July 1, 1814 monthly general meeting of the Royal Institution were sent to James Dinwiddie. The minutes contain a list of members of the institution and an amendment asking all members to pay a ...
  • By-law Regarding Associate Members 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    This document sent to James Dinwiddie from the Royal Institution outlines a by-law passed June 18, 1814 allowing associate members to use A.R.I. as a postnomial. This file consists of two printed pages.
  • Minutes 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    These minutes from the June 17, 1814 monthly general meeting of the Royal Institution were sent to James Dinwiddie. The minutes contain a list of members of the institution and an amendment asking all members to pay a ...
  • Minutes 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    These minutes from the May 9, 1814 from the general monthly meeting of the Royal Institution were sent to James Dinwiddie. The minutes contain a number of resolutions regarding an anniversary dinner for the members. This ...
  • Balloting List for Managers 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    This document from the Royal Institution from May 1, 1812 is a ballot list for managers. This file consists of one printed page.
  • Balloting List for Visitors 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    This document from the Royal Institution from May 1, 1812 is a ballot list for visitors. This file consists of one printed page.
  • Notice of Annual General Meeting 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    This notice from the Royal Institution from April 20, 1812 was sent to James Dinwiddie reminding him of the annual general meeting taking place on June 1, 1812. This file consists of one printed page.
  • Annual Report of the Visitors of the Royal Institution 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    This Annual Report of the Visitors of the Royal Institution dated April 13, 1812 outlines the financial status as well as the status of the library and mineralogical collections. This file consists of four printed pages.
  • Notice of Annual General Meeting 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    This notice from the Royal Institution from April 20, 1811 was sent to James Dinwiddie reminding him of the annual general meeting taking place on May 1, 1811. This file consists of two printed page.
  • Act to Enlarge the Powers of Institution 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    This document is a copy of an act issued in 1810 by the King of England enlarging the powers of the Royal Institution of Great Britain. The act allows named proprietors to purchase a library and meeting house on behalf of ...
  • Notice of General Meeting 

    Unknown author (2009-07-27)
    This notice from the Royal Institution from November 23, 1810 was sent to James Dinwiddie reminding him of the general meeting taking place on Niovember 29, 1810. This file consists of one printed page.
  • Journal of Lectures 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-27)
    These are a series of notes taken by James Dinwiddie between March 23, 1809 and December 21, 1809 from lectures given at the Royal Institution. The topics range from the electro-chemistry to astronomical systems to botanical ...
  • Journal of Lectures 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-27)
    These are a series of notes taken by James Dinwiddie between December 22, 1808 and March 11, 1809 from lectures given at the Royal Institution. The topics range from the orbits of the sun and moon to the state of science ...

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