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...Jean d’Espagnet, born in 1564, was a magistrate, a natural philosopher and an alchemist. He was the son of Arnaud d’Espagnet, a doctor in Saint-Émilion, and of Jeanne Mestadier. He was first a lawyer at the Parliament of Bordeaux (1590...
...Blagden, Charles Charles Blagden was born at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, on 17 April 1748, and died at the home of Claude-Louis Berthollet at Arcueil, on the outskirts of Paris, on 26 March 1820. His publications were mainly...
...Dom Jean-Albert Belin was born in Besançon. He took his vows in Faverney Abbey on 29 December 1629. After completing his theology studies he settled in the abbey at Cluny and then in the monasteries of La Charité-sur-Loire and Saint-Étienne...
...Davisson, William William Davisson, Davidson or Davissonne, was born in Aberdeen Aberdeenshire Aberdeenshire in 1593 and died in Paris Paris in 1669. After studying in Aberdeen he arrived in Paris in 1617. He may have gone to Montpellier...
...Watt, James Keir, James James Keir was born in Edinburgh on 29 September 1735 and died at West Bromwich on 11 October 1820. He was educated in his native city, first at the Royal High School, and then in the medical school...
...Le Febvre, Nicaise Royal Society of London Nicaise Le Febvre was born in Sedan Sedan in around 1610 and died in London London in 1669. He trained as an apothecary with his father and took over the business after his father died. He...
...Atremont Amsterdam Aubert de Versé, Noël Frankfurt-am-Main Saint-Benoît Le Mans Olaus Borrichius (Conspectus Scriptorum Chemicorum, Copenhagen Copenhagen, 1697, p. 37, no. 57) states that a short work, which appeared in 1672 in Frankfurt...
...Woolman, John “Plea for the Poor, A” Woolman, John “Keeping Negroes” Woolman, John James Woodhouse was a leading American chemist during the American Enlightenment.He was born in Philadelphia to Scottish immigrants who fled Britain after...
...Samuel Cottereau Du Clos was born in Paris in 1598 and died there between 20 August and 15 October 1685. Little is known of his life. As the king’s ordinary doctor in Paris, he does not appear to have practised medicine a great deal...
...Académie royale des sciences Caen Clave, Étienne de Montpellier Rouen Nicolas Lémery was born in Rouen in 1645 and died in Paris in 1715. He was one of the most illustrious chemists of his era, as shown by the numerous reprintings of his...