Examination of some compounds which depend upon very weak affinities

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"The Dr [Brewster] stopped to tell me that he had got a paper on Chemistry written (in French) by Berzelius, professor of that science in Stockholm - which was to be published in April:- would I translate it? I answered in the affirmative; and next day went over to get the paper in question. It consists of six long sheets, written in a cramp hand, & in a very diffuse [s]tile. I have it more than half done. The labour of writing it down is the principal one. In other respects there is no difficulty."

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Taken from letter from Carlyle to Alexander Carlyle (brother) dated 23rd February 1819, written in Edinburgh. Pages 166 - 170 in this edition. Publication details of the essay given in editor's notes. Dates of experience based on Carlyle getting the essay the day after his meeting with Dr Brewster 'last Tuesday' (16th February) and the date of the letter to his brother.

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Taken from letter from Carlyle to Alexander Carlyle (brother) dated 23rd February 1819, written in Edinburgh. Pages 166 - 170 in this edition. Publication details of the essay given in editor's notes. Dates of experience based on Carlyle getting the essay the day after his meeting with Dr Brewster 'last Tuesday' (16th February) and the date of the letter to his brother.

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Accessed on 2021/02/26 23:07:20

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