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ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS, London
Resolutions of the Council, intended, with the concurrence of the General Assembly, and the sanction of His Majesty, to become laws of the Royal Academy.
London: printed by B. McMillan, [1814].
3, [1] p. ; 32.2 cm. (2º)

Lists the changes in the Laws that had to be approved by the General Assembly of Academicians and the King before coming in effect. The date of printing can be ascertained by a resolution passed by the RA Council on 25 February 1814 which ordered that its resolutions concerning proposed changes in the Laws be printed and distributed to the members in time for the General Assembly meeting on 19 March 1814, which is when the whole body of academicians began the long process of reviewing the Council's proposals.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6056


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