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In Sir Thomas Dereham (ca. ), a member of the Royal Society sincewrote a series of letters to the Royal Society secretary James Jurin about the state of Italian science.
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During the 18th century many European kings followed and founded their own academy of sciences: in the Academy of Sciences of the Institute of Bologna, in the Russian Academy of Sciences, in the Royal Dublin Society, in in Tuscany, in the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, in the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, in the Göttingen Academy of.
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Many regional and provincial societies followed along with some smaller private counterparts.