Imperial Institute

Imperial Institute, South Kensington, founded by the exertions of the Prince of Wales in 1887 to commemorate Queen Victoria's jubilee, was opened by her in 1893; was intended to include a complete collection of the products of the British Empire, a grand commercial intelligence bureau, and a school of modern Oriental languages; the government to be carried on by a chartered body, whose form of constitution was granted by a royal warrant of date April 21, 1891; the idea is for the present abandoned, and the premises appropriated as henceforth the seat of the London University.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Immensity, The Temple of
Immermann, Karl Leberecht
Immortality
Immortals
Imogen
Imo`la
Impanation
Impenetrability
Imperative, The Categorical
Imperial Federation
Imperial Institute
Imperialism
Impetigo
Impey, Sir Elijah
Imponderables
Impressionism
Impressment
Impropriation
Imputation
In Cæna Domini
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