Memoir of the Dublin Philosophical Society of 1683

W. R. Wilde and Owen Lloyd
Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (1836-1869)
Vol. 3 (1844 - 1847), pp. 160-176
Published by: Royal Irish Academy
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    "At this election Sir W. Petty and Dr, Willoughby had equal marks for President, but upon a second election Sir William carried it by four votes, so he stood. Afterwards we had a handsome dinner at a tavern, so finished the day."—Molyneaux Correspondence, Dublin University Magazine, vol. xviii., p. 489.
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    The Diary of Archbishop Marsh, from a transcript in Marsh's Li- brary, Dublin, published by the Rev. Dr. Todd in the British Magazine for July and August, 1845.
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    Minutes for 4th July, 1685
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    " The Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many," by John O'Donovan
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    Birch's His- tory of the Royal Society, vol. W, p. 324.
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    Hutton's Mathematical Dictionary, vol. ii. p. 61.
  • University Magazine, vol. xviii. p. 479.
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    British Magazine, for August, 1845.