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London, England. On 14 June 1822 Charles Babbage presented a paper ("Observations on the application of machinery to the computation of mathematical tables") to the Royal Astronomical Society in which he proposed the construction of his Difference Engine.
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<p>[[Image:Babbages difference engine 1832.jpg|thumb|center|Babbage's Difference Engine, Number One.]]</p>
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London, England. On 14 June 1822 Charles Babbage presented a paper ("Observations on the application of machinery to the computation of mathematical tables") to the Royal Astronomical Society in which he proposed the construction of his Difference Engine.

Babbage's Difference Engine, Number One.
Babbage's Difference Engine, Number One.