This manuscript written by James Dinwiddie ca. 1793 discusses the four seasons. Dinwiddie describes the changes in weather and flora and fauna between the seasons. This file consists of one manuscript.
This document is a copy of an act issued in 1810 by the King of England enlarging the powers of the Royal Institution of Great Britain. The act allows named proprietors to purchase a library and meeting house on behalf of the institution and outlines the requirements for elections.
These notes written by James Dinwiddie between October 8 and November 24, 1807 are from a series of anatomy lectures given by W. Taunton. The lectures cover the skeletal system and various organs as well as military medicine in the field.
This Annual Report of the Visitors of the Royal Institution dated April 13, 1812 outlines the financial status as well as the status of the library and mineralogical collections. This file consists of four printed pages.