Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine,  2 (1817–18), 97–98.


[William Laidlaw?] *


Reportage, Literary Gossip


Chemistry | Technology, Metalurgy, Heat | Gas Chemistry | Mining | Medical Treatment | Meterology

People mentioned:

Thomas Thomson, Claude L Berthollet, Antoine L Lavoisier, Humphry Davy, Nicolas T de Saussure

    Gives an account of Andrew Ure's 'very elaborate series of experiments on the controversial subject of chlorine'.

    Reports that 'Dr Remnant of Plymouth has published a remedy for the bite of a mad dog'. Continues to give the recipe for the remedy. (97)

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