Anniversary Meeting of the Royal Society


    THE anniversary meeting of the Royal Society was held on Monday, November 30, when an address was delivered by the president, Sir William Crookes, and the report of the council was presented. After referring to the financial strain under which the society and the National Physical Laboratory have been placed by the war, the president passed to the consideration of the constitution of the atom and the work of the medallists. Subjoined are the portions of the address referring to these matters:—

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    Anniversary Meeting of the Royal Society . Nature 94, 367–369 (1914).

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