2 edition of Laws of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool,(instituted the twenty-first of February MDCCCXII), as revised January, A.D. MDCCCLXIX). found in the catalog.
Laws of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool,(instituted the twenty-first of February MDCCCXII), as revised January, A.D. MDCCCLXIX).
Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool.
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Liverpool Literary and Philosophical Society. The Literary and Philosophical Society was founded in and William Roscoe was President from until his death in The Library of the Lit and Phil, one of the city's oldest learned societies, exchanged publications with other learned societies, and contained many 19th century scientific works presented by their authors, for example Sir William Author: Jenny Higham.
Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool Description: 1 Minute Books. 2 Minutes of Council Meetings. 3 Roll of the Society. 4 Laws of the Society. 5 Visitors' Book. 6 Letter Books. 7 Natural History Society Records. 8 Indexes and lists of papers read at the Society's meetings. 9 Papers read at meetings of the Society.
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On the ground floor the Literary and Philosophical Society met, with Mr. William Roscoe as President. There was a room for the use of the Liverpool Academy, and another for the paintings purchased at the sale of William Roscoe's effects.
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The Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society was established inwith the object of promoting the advancement of education and public interest in any form of literature, science, arts or public affairs. It is the first and oldest Literary and Philosophical Society in the World, and the second oldest Learned Society in the United Kingdom.Book tickets now © The Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society A Company limited by Guarantee and registered in England No.
Registered Charity No. All ideas of society were moulded by it and law was blended with religion, with morality and with public opinion and by its subtle operations subjected the society to its will.
The role of law in the society was to bring a just order in society and the tremendous task was to .