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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A is the series of the British Royal Society's Philosophical Transactions that is devoted to mathematics, physical sciences, and engineering.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A began in 1887, when the Philosophical Transactions split into two series. The first volume of this series is numbered 178. No copyright renewals exist for issues of this journal. It is still published today..
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1887-1939: Gallica has volumes 178-200, and 202-237 online. Volume 201, and selected alternate sources of these and later volumes, are linked below.
- 1888: The Internet Archive has volume 179.
- 1889: Google Books has volume 180. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1889: The Internet Archive has volume 180.
- 1893: Google Books has volume 184, pages 1-504. Access may be restricted outside the United States.
- 1893: The Internet Archive has volume 184, pages 1-504.
- 1897-1905, 1906-1915, 1919: HathiTrust has volumes 189-201, 203-204, 206-215, and 219 online, scanned from copies at the University of Michigan.
- 1906: The Internet Archive has volume 205.
- 1920: The Internet Archive has volume 220.
- 2001-recent: The Royal Society makes issues from 2001 to 2 years ago, and other selected content, freely available online. Other content requires subscription or article purchase.
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- The official journal site has more information on the journal, and gives subscriber access to selected content.
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