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The life of the Honble. Henry Cavendish

The life of the Honble. Henry Cavendish

including abstracts of his more important scientific papers, and a critical inquiry into the claims of all the alleged discoverers of the composition of water

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Published by Printed for the Cavendish Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cavendish, Henry, -- 1731-1810,
  • Chemists -- Great Britain -- Biography,
  • Water -- Composition

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby George Wilson ..
    SeriesWorks of the Cavendish Society, Landmarks II, monographs
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxiv, 478 p.
    Number of Pages478
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15215743M
    LC Control Number87821057

    HONBLE HENRY CAVENDISH NATURAL PHILOSOPHER LIVED HERE BORN I DIED I Material. Bronze. Notes. Erected by the Bedford Estate in in response to an LCC suggestion, and incorporated into the official plaques scheme in Nearby Blue Plaques. Nearby Blue Plaques. Number. • George Wilson, The Life of the Honble Henry Cavendish () p. • Source: Wikiquote: "Henry Cavendish" (Quotes about Cavendish) Words: Search results: He was the wealthiest of all scholars (savants) and probably also the most scholarly of all the wealthy.

    Wilson, George, The Life of the Honble. Henry Cavendish, Including Abstracts of His More Important Scientific Papers, and a Critical Inquiry Into the Claims of All the Alleged Discoveries of the Composition of Water (London: Printed for the Cavenish Society, ) (multiple formats at ). "The Cavendishes flourished during the high tide of British aristocracy following the revolution of , and the case can be made that this aristocracy knew its finest hour when Henry Cavendish gently laid his delicate weights in the pan of his incomparable precision balance. For this it took two generations and two kinds of invention, one in social forms and the other in .

    The Life of the Hon. Henry Cavendish. Including Abstracts of His More Important Scientific Papers, and a Critical Inquiry into the Claims of all the Alleged Discoveries of the Composition of Water. By George Wilson. London- The Cavendish Society. " by "; (xi) pp. Henry Cavendish was born, to parents of Norman origin, Lady Anne Grey and Lord Charles Cavendish, on 10 October in the city of Nice, France. After Lady Anne’s demise in , Henry and his younger brother Frederick were raised by their father.


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The first, a biographical narrative; the second, abstracts of scientific. The Life of the Hon. Henry Cavendish: Including Abstracts of His More Important Scientific Papers, and a Critical Inquiry Into the Claims of All the Alleged Discoverers of the Composition of Water Works of the Cavendish Society: Author: George Wilson: Publisher: Cavendish Society, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Jun.

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Get this from a library. The life of the Honble. Henry Cavendish: including abstracts of his more important scientific papers, and a critical inquiry into the claims of all the alleged discoverers of the composition of water. [George Wilson]. Henry Cavendish dwelt apart, and bidding the world farewell, took the self imposed vows of a Scientific Anchorite, and, like the Monks of old, shut himself up within his cell.

It was a kingdom sufficient for him, and from its narrow window he saw as much of the Universe as he cared to see.

Henry Cavendish was born in Decthe eldest son of the politician and courtier Sir William Cavendish and the wealthy heiress Bess of father died on 25 Octoberwhen the young Henry was only 6 years old. He was raised with his younger brother William at Chatsworth House, which was completed by his mother in the s, where she lived with her.

Henry Cavendish (Nice, 10 October –London, 28 February ), the elder of two sons of Lord Charles Cavendish, the fifth son of the second Duke of Devonshire, was born in Nice, where his mother, the fourth daughter of Henry Duke of Kent, was then living on account of poor health.

She died when Henry was only two years of age. George Wilson, The Life of the Honble Henry Cavendish () p. ; All that needed for its apprehension, more than the pure intellect, or required the exercise of fancy, imagination, affection, or faith, was distasteful to Cavendish. The Life of the Hon.

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Henry Cavendish was born in Nice, France, on Octothe oldest son of Lord Charles Cavendish and Lady Anne Grey, who died a few years after Henry was born. As a youth he attended Dr. Newcomb's Academy in Hackney, England. The Life and Works of Henry Cavendish.

Henry Cavendish FRS () was a British natural philosopher, scientist, and an important experimental and theoretical chemist and physicist. Cavendish is noted for his discovery of hydrogen or what he called "inflammable air".

He described the density of inflammable air, which formed water on combustion, in a .Looking for books by Henry Cavendish? See all books authored by Henry Cavendish, including The Scientific Papers of the Honourable Henry Cavendish, F.

R. S, and The Scientific Papers of the Honourable Henry Cavendish, F. R. S: Volume 2, and more on Henry Cavendirh: His Life and Scientific Work A. J. Berry, Fellow Emeritus of Down- ing College, Cambridge University. Hutchinson 8- Co., Ltd., London, pp.

Figs. 15 X cm. 35/. The most recent extended treatment of Cavendish before this one, namely "Scientific Papers," edited by Larmor.