Athénée des arts de Paris letters, 1792-1853 1792-1853

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Athénée des arts de Paris letters, 1792-1853, 1792-1853

Athénée des arts de Paris letters, 1792-1853 1792-1853

Letters of French scientists, collected for autographic value, on education, natural history, physics, chemistry, and other topics; practically all pertain to lectures at the Athénée; and many are addressed to André-Marie Ampère.

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Dinet

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Poucelet

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Stapfer, Philipp Albert, 1766-1840

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Pommier

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Athénée de Paris (1792-1853). The Athénée of Paris was a private school for popular scientific instruction in Paris in the late 18th and first half of the 19th century. The school was founded by Pilâtre de Rozer in 1781 as the Musée de Monsieurand, and offered adult classes in the sciences. In 1785 it was renamed the Lycée, which seemed a more appropriate name for a teaching institution. After the Revolution, in the Fall of 1792 the school experienced financial difficult...

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Dailly

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Ozaneaux, G. (Georges), -1852

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Pariset, Étienne 1770-1847

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Société d'agriculture, sciences et industrie de Lyon

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Fauriel, C. C. (Claude Charles), 1772-1844

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French physicist who discovered the paramagnetism of liquid oxygen. He was particularly interested in fluorescence, and collaborated with his father Antoine Becquerel on research in the areas of magnetism, optics, and electricity. Not only was Edmond the second son of physicist Antoine Becquerel (his brother Louis was the first); he was also the father of physicist Henri Becquerel. In fact, four generations of Becquerels were educated at the École Polytechnique and became professors of physics ...

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E, E.

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Desmarets

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Sabbaties

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Ozanam, Frédéric, 1813-1853

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Hachette, M. (Jean Nicolas Pierre), 1769-1834

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Blainville, H.-M. Ducrotay de (Henri-Marie Ducrotay), 1777-1850

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French zoologist and comparative anatomist. From the description of Henri Marie Ducrotay de Blainville note, 1846, [Jul.] 21, [Paris]. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 34847589 Athénée de Paris (1792-1853). The Athénée of Paris was a private school for popular scientific instruction in Paris in the late 18th and first half of the 19th century. The school was founded by Pilâtre de Rozer in 1781 as the Musée de Monsieurand, and offered adult clas...

Bodin, Félix, 1795-1837

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Audouin, Jean-Victor, 1797-1841

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Ozanam, J. A. F., 1772-1836

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Mollesaut

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Teysseydre

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Lefevre-Gineau, Louis, 1754-1829

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Lepan, Édouard-Marie-Joseph, 1767-1836?

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Prévost, Constant, 1787-1856.

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Jacotot, Pierre, 1755-1821

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James, C.

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Christien

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Lacretelle, Charles, 1766-1855

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Peclet, E. (Eugène), 1793-1857

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Raymond, Françoise, active 1821-1823

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Laurent, Jean-Louis-Maurice 1784-1854

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Dejean, Pierre François Marie Auguste, comte, 1780-1845

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Vincent, A. J. H. (Alexandre Joseph Hidulphe), 1797-1868

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Pagès, Étienne 1763-1841

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Royer-Collard, Pierre-Paul, 1763-1845

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Maurice, F. G. (Frédéric Guillaume), 1750-1826

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Athénée des arts de Paris.

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Athénée de Paris (1792-1853). The Athénée of Paris was a private school for popular scientific instruction in Paris in the late 18th and first half of the 19th century. The school was founded by Pilâtre de Rozer in 1781 as the Musée de Monsieurand, and offered adult classes in the sciences. In 1785 it was renamed the Lycée, which seemed a more appropriate name for a teaching institution. After the Revolution, in the Fall of 1792 the school experienced financial difficult...

Institut de France. Classe des sciences mathématiques et physiques

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Dupin, Charles, baron, 1784-1873

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Pinault, ...

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Ragon, Jean-Marie, 1781-1862

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Naudet, J. (Joseph), 1786-1878

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Andouin, Jean Victor, 1797-1841

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Monge, Eugène de

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Tracy, James D.

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Binet, Jacques Philippe Marie 1786-1856

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Turpin, P.J.F. (Pierre Jean François), 1775-1840

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By the time of his death at age 49, Benjamin Smith Barton (1766-1815) had become one of the best known citizens in the city of Philadelphia, one of the leaders in American medical education, and one of the more controversial figures in American natural history. Although it is clear, as he maintained, that Barton received training in medicine at elite European universities, the details of his medical education are at best murky. In 1786, Barton entered Edinburgh Universit...

Fleurieu, C. P. (Charles Pierre Claret), comte de, 1738-1810.

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Lingay, J. (Joseph), d. 1851

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Dutrochet, Henri, 1776-1847

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French physiologist. From the description of Letter, 1838, May 26 : Noroy, [France], to Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Paris. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 31614717 ...

Séguin, Armand, 1768-1835

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Guyton de Morveau, Louis-Bernard, 1737-1816

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French chemist, remembered chiefly for reforming chemical nomenclature. From the description of Letters to Guyton de Morveau, 13 and 17 March 1792. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64054604 Epithet: French scientist Title: Baron British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001189.0x0003e2 ...

Peigné, A de, d. 1869

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Socquet, Joseph Marie, 1771-1839

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Pouillet, M. (Claude Servais Mathias), 1791-1868

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Paris. Gazette des theatres

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Filon, Charles Dësiré Auguste, 1800-

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LeChevalier, Jean Baptiste, 1752-1836

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Adrien de Lyon

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Navier, M. (Claude-Louis-Marie-Henri), 1785-1836

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Académie des sciences, arts et belles-lettres de Caen

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Guigniaut, Joseph-Daniel, 1794-1876

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Biot, Jean-Baptiste, 1774-1862

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Humphry Davy (1778–1829, APS 1810) was a British chemist and pioneer in the field of electrochemistry. He was a major figure in the reformed chemistry movement initiated by the French scientist Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794, APS 1775). Davy was the son of an impoverished Cornish woodcarver. As a youth, he was apprenticed to an apothecary-surgeon with whom he pursued a regimen of self-study that included theology, philosophy, poetics, several languages, as well as,...

Bulletin universel des sciences et de l'industrie

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Montémont, Albert (1788-1861).

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