Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine,  2 (1817–18), 699–702.

Literary and Scientific Intelligence

[William Laidlaw?] *




Gas Chemistry | Physical Geography, Physics, | Gas Chemistry, Chemistry | Mineralogy | Light | Sound, Physics | Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Entomology | Magnetism, Navigation | Exploration, Navigation, Meteorology | Universities | Mineralogy | Exploration | Natural History | Chemistry | Agriculture

People mentioned:

Humphry Davy, Henry Kater, Pierre S, marquis de Laplace, Andrew Ure, John Murray, Edward D Clarke, Jöns J Berzelius, David Brewster, Marc-Auguste Pictet, Alexander von Humboldt, Georges Cuvier, Henry C Jennings

Publications cited:

Annals of PhilosophyCuvier1827–35

    Reports the discovery of an 'animal flower' in St Lucia that lives in rock pools within caves (701).

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