(Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, 1828, Vol. 5) PDF NEW ↠ Philadelphia Franklin Institute
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The Franklin Institute Of The State Of Pennsylvania Vol Devoted Franklin Institute of the State Of Pennsylvania Vol Devoted of Pennsylvania Vol Devoted Mechanic Arts Manufactures General Science and the Recording of American and Other Patented InventionsSince the publication
Of The Last Volume Of the last volume of Franklin Journal material change has taken place in the tenure of the work and in the scene of the Editor's labours; both Of which changes are likely to enhance its value It was originally issued under the patronage of the Franklin Institute and it is indebted for many of its subscribers to the exertions of some of the indi vidual members of that body; the whole weight of its fiscal con cerns however as well as of the literary department rested Upon the Editor In the present arrangement he has no concern whatever in the management of it apart from his
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An Actuary has been appointed who transects at the Hall all businessActuary has been appointed who transects at the all business lating to the distribution of and subscription for the work A large and ustly inﬂuential body has thus become identified in its interests with the success of the Journal whilst the Editor is relieved from a very irksome part of the concern; and one which was indeed in some measure 'incompatible with the com plete performance of his duties as such The work has drawn largely upon his funds and has not yet repaid to him the amount of his actual expenditures; still he has enjoyed what will ever be
to him the most valued portion of hishim the most valued portion of his the approbation of the intelligent and the conviction that he was doing good by diffusing the principles Of science.