Journal of the Statistical Society of London, 第 39 巻

Charles Knight, 1876

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235 ページ - ... firemen, including the chief officer, the superintendents, and all ranks. " The number of firemen employed on the several watches kept up throughout the metropolis is at present...
42 ページ - Council, thereupon meeting in their usual place, shall, by ballot, and by a majority of those present, choose a new President, or other Officer of the Society, to be so until the next Annual General Meeting.
128 ページ - Would gambol from. Mother, for love of grace, Lay not that flattering unction to your soul, That not your trespass but my madness speaks; It will but skin and film the ulcerous place, Whiles rank corruption, mining all within, Infects unseen.
488 ページ - ... granted her servants and courtiers patents for monopolies ; and these patents they sold to others, who were thereby enabled to raise commodities to what price they pleased, and who put invincible restraints on all commerce, industry, and emulation in the arts.
422 ページ - September, 1870, and their Proportion to the Population; also the Number of Illegitimate Births, and their Proportion to the Total Births.
1 ページ - The Measurement of International Indebtedness." By JW SOWREY. AN OUTLINE OF ITS OBJECTS. THE Royal Statistical Society was founded on the 15th of March, 1834, in pursuance of a recommendation of the British Association for the Advancement of Science...
41 ページ - Fellow in arrear shall cease to receive the Society's publications, and shall not be entitled to any of the privileges of the Society until such arrears are paid ; and if the subscription be not discharged before the 1st of February of the second year, the name of the Fellow thus...
50 ページ - London, the sum of £ , such legacy to be paid out of such part of my personal estate, not specifically bequeathed, as the law permits to be appropriated by will to such a purpose.
234 ページ - These figures refer only to the regular calls for fires, or supposed fires, involving the turning out of firemen, fire...
423 ページ - The numbers against Ireland represent the marriages, births, and deaths that the local registrars have succeeded in recording ; but how far the registration approximates to absolute completeness, does not at present appear to be known. It will be seen that the Irish ratios of marriages, births, and deaths are much under those of England and Scotland.