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31 Harriet Martineau, a contemporary bluestocking of more sense and substance
than Caroline Fox, wrote in her Autobiography, "such empirical practice [
phrenology] is insulting and injurious to true science,"32 but Lady Byron did not
see it ...
Harriet Martineau recalled how Mrs. Somerville, once asked to ensure that the
next edition of On the Connection of the Physical Sciences would be in popular
and intelligible prose, replied that she could not at all see her way to modify in
The Babbage Collection in the British Library, London. . "Notes." [See entry under
Morrison]. Marchand, Leslie A., ed. Byron's Letters and Journals. 12 vols. London
: John Murray, 1973-1982. Martineau, Harriet. Autobiography of Harriet ...
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This is a well-written biography of Countess Lovelace, Augusta Ada Byron King, daughter of Lord and Lady Byron. Byron has recently gained fame for her explanatory notes on Charles Babbage's analytical ... Read full review
The Mathematical Milieu
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