Notes on the early history of the Royal Scottish academy

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Strona 19 - You have; I knew it would be your answer. Well, for your favour, sir, why, give God thanks, and make no boast of it; and for your writing and reading, let that appear when there is no need of such vanity. You are thought here to be the...
Strona 1 - Martinmas during the space aforesaid and afterwards the same shall be wholly applied towards the encouraging and promoting the fisheries and such other manufactures and improvements in Scotland as may most conduce to the general good of the United Kingdom...
Strona 151 - Lords are pleased to authorize, will amount to 1,142?., and which they direct to be paid from the funds of the Board of Manufactures. With regard to the officers to be appointed, my Lords feel that, in respect to the principal curator and keeper, it is essential, for the beneficial and harmonious working of the National Gallery and for securing the confidence of the public, that he should always be selected from the members of the Royal Academy ; a provision, too, which my Lords think only fair and...
Strona 94 - Vice-President of the Royal Institution for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts in Scotland, FRS, and PSA His Grace was born on the 5th October, 1767, in St.
Strona 106 - SIR : I am commanded by the lords commissioners of her Majesty's treasury to transmit to you...
Strona 136 - I am directed by the lords commissioners of her Majesty's treasury to acquaint you that, from information which has been received, it has become necessary to take additional means for preventing any such attempt.
Strona 163 - In 1718 this sum was made payable for ever out of the Customs and Excise in Scotland ; and in 1725 an Act was passed...
Strona 163 - Portion of the said Sums and Funds applicable to Improvements in Manufactures, as the said Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury shall think fit, towards the Purpose of Education in the Fine Arts generally, and in decorative and ornamental Art, and in Taste and Design in Manufacture, as well as towards the other Purposes to which such Sums and Funds have been hitherto applied.
Strona 67 - This appointment he resigned in 1842, owing to 'domestic circumstances,' when the faculty recorded ' their high sense of the very able and efficient manner in which he had discharged the duties of the chair.
Strona 7 - May 1826, the first general meeting of The Scottish Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture

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