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...Robert Bell Bell, Robert was a Scottish-American publisher and bookseller who rose to prominence in Enlightenment Philadelphia for his selling and reprinting of British texts and his advocacy for a distinctly American culture...
...Alexander Garden was a Scot from Aberdeenshire born to a Church of Scotland minister also called Alexander. He became an important naturalist and an eminent Rose, William Linnaeus, Carl Gregovius, Johannes Gordon, James Franklin, Benjamin...
...Nisbet, Charles Charles Nisbet's contribution to the American Enlightenment reflects the paradoxical way in which ideas intermixed in America. His synthesis of Enlightenment learning and Calvinist orthodoxy, along with his critique...
...Addison Addison, Alexander represents the sometimes complex and fluid views of republicanism during the early national period. He and his Democratic-Republican opponents both drew large parts of their political ideology from a shared...
...Smellie, William Philosophy of Natural History, The Hume, David History of England Dobson, Thomas Encyclopaedia Britannica, Dobson's edition of Dobson, Thomas Cullen, William Treatise of Materia Medica, A Creech, William Campbell, Robert...
...John Maclean played a major role in establishing and developing the teaching of science and chemistry in the Wistar, Caspar (1761-1818) Stevenson, Alexander Smith, Samuel Stanhope Rush, Benjamin Richardson, William Reid, Thomas Muir, Thomas...
...Ogilvie, James James Ogilvie was born in 1775 (the exact date is not known) in Aberdeen, Scotland. Although he had good schooling, he did not graduate from an Aberdeen university, probably due to a lack of funds. He was acquainted...
...Brown, ThomasAbercrombie, John John Abercrombie was born in Aberdeen on 12 October 1780 and died suddenly in Edinburgh on 14 November 1844. He was the only son of the Revd George Abercrombie. His early education was in Aberdeen...
...Chalmers, Thomas Thomas Chalmers was born in the East Fife coastal burgh of Anstruther on 17 March 1780 and died in Edinburgh on 30 May 1847. Educated at St Andrews and Edinburgh Universities, he was ordained as the Church of Scotland...
...Buchanan, Robert Robert Buchanan was born in Callander, Stirlingshire on 16 February 1786 and died in retirement at Dunoon, Argyll on 2 March 1873. He matriculated at Glasgow University in 1800 but deferred his graduation until 1828. He...