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" Black, and had attended the lectures of that distinguished philosopher in the university of Glasgow. And he often acknowledged " that his first ideas on this subject were acquired by his attendance on Dr. Black's chymical lectures, and from the consideration... "
James Woodhouse: A Pioneer in Chemistry, 1770-1809 - Page 215
by Edgar Fahs Smith - 1918 - 295 pages
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A Chymical Catechism, Or, The Application of Chymistry to the Arts: For the ...

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1807 - 334 pages
...army would retire from before it in the utmost consternation. . t A further proof of the importanceof the dissemination of chymical knowledge may be taken...essential part of education in their public schools. It shall be my business in this place to endeavour to demonstrate, that it is of equal importance to...
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The Chemical Catechism: With Notes, Illustrations, and Experiments

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1814 - 562 pages
...acknowledged that his first ideas on this subject were acquired by his attendance on Dr. Black's Chemical Lectures, and from the consideration of his theory...of latent heat and the expansibility of steam. The well-informed people of France are so satisfied of the importance of chemical knowledge, that chemistry...
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The etymological compendium, or, Portfolio of origins and inventions ...

William Pulleyn - London (England) - 1830 - 356 pages
...have, since that time, been made by him for effecting a saving and better application of steam. Watt often acknowledged, that his first ideas on this subject were acquired by his attendance on Dr. Black's Chemical Lectures, and from his consideration of latent heat, and the expansihility of steam. The value...
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On the Improvement of Society by the Diffusion of Knowledge: Or, An ...

Thomas Dick - Education - 1833 - 442 pages
...and had attended the lectures of that distinguished philosopher in the university of Glasgow. And he often acknowledged "that his first ideas on this subject...his theory of latent heat, and the expansibility of cteam." We may therefore rest assured, that all the future improvements and new applications of this...
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On the Improvement of Society by the Diffusion of Knowledge, Or, An ...

Thomas Dick - Education - 1833 - 542 pages
...and had attended the lectures of that distinguished philosopher in the university of Glasgow. And he often acknowledged '• that his first ideas on this...subject were acquired by his attendance on Dr. Black's chemical lectures, and from the consideration of his theory of latent heat, and the expansibility of...
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A catechism of chemistry: exhibiting a condensed view of the facts and ...

Hugo Reid - Chemistry - 1837 - 90 pages
...dissemination of useful knowledge may be taken from the construction of the Steam Engine. Mr. Watt often acknowledged that his first ideas on this subject were acquired by his attendance on Dr. Black's chemical lectures, and from the consideration of his theory of latent heat and the expansibility of...
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The Works of Thomas Dick ...

Thomas Dick - Philosophy and religion - 1838
...and had attended the lectures of that distinguished philosopher in the university of Glasgow. And he often acknowledged " that his first ideas on this...and from the consideration of his theory of latent heal, and the expansibility of steam." We may therefore rest assured, that all the future improvements...
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The Works of thomas dick, LL.D

1850
...and had attended the lectures of that distinguished philosopher in the university of Glasgow. And he often acknowledged " that his first ideas on this...theory of latent heat, and the expansibility of steam." We may therefore rest assured, that all the future improvements and new applications of this noble...
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On the improvement of society by the diffusion of knowledge. The philosophy ...

Thomas Dick - Religion and science - 1850
...and had attended the lectures of that distinguished philosopher in the university of Glasgow. And he often acknowledged " that his first ideas on this...and from the consideration of his theory of latent heal, and the expansibility of steam." We may therefore rest assured, that all the future improvements...
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The Treasury of Knowledge and Library Reference

Samuel Maunder - Classical dictionaries - 1853
...have, since that time, been made by him for effecting a saving and better application of steam. Watt often acknowledged, that his first ideas on this subject were acquired by his attendance on Dr. Black's Chemical Lectures, and from his consideration of latent heat, and the expansibility of steam. The name...
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