Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Volum 3;Volum 8

Vol. 12 (from May 1876 to May 1877) includes: Researches in telephony / by A. Graham Bell.

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Side 458 - ON A NEW METHOD OF OBTAINING THE DIFFERENTIALS OF FUNCTIONS, with especial reference to the Newtonian Conception of Rates or Velocities.
Side 95 - Publications of Learned Societies and Periodicals in the Library of the Smithsonian Institution, Part I.
Side 64 - Condition and Doings of the Boston Society of Natural History, as exhibited by the Annual Reports of the Custodian, Treasurer, Librarian, and Curators. May, 1865.
Side 383 - The facts indicate the gradual formation and subsequent development of certain ideas, passions, and aspirations. Those which hold the most prominent positions may be generalized as growths of the particular ideas with which they severally stand connected. Apart from inventions and discoveries they are the following: I. Subsistence, V.
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