Georges Cuvier

Standard Name: Cuvier, Georges


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Friends, Associates Amelia Opie
In 1813 she again met de Staël (who was visiting London) and introduced her to Elizabeth Inchbald . Others she met after her husband's death included Richard Brinsley Sheridan , Byron , and Sir Walter Scott
Friends, Associates Mary Somerville
In Paris the Somervilles met Pierre Simon Laplace , Siméon Poisson , Louis Poinsot , Émile Mathieu , François Arago , Jean-Baptiste Biot , Alexis Bouvard , Georges Cuvier , Alexander von Humboldt , and Joseph-Louis Gay-Lussac .
Patterson, Elizabeth Chambers. Mary Somerville and the Cultivation of Science, 1815-1840. Martinus Nijhoff.
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Instructor Anne Lister
In ParisAL studied biology with Baron Georges Cuvier .
Nicholls, C. S., editor. The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing Persons. Oxford University Press.
Lister, Anne. Miss Lister of Shibden Hall. Editor Green, Muriel, Book Guild.
Publishing Barbara Hofland
The title-page quotes from a work entitled Boarding School Recollections (which does not appear in OCLC or other standard library catalogues). French, German, and Spanish editions appeared. The French translation, the work of Clémentine Cuvier
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Amelia Opie
This collected commemorative poems (a genre much practised by AO ) from earlier years, including at least one formerly printed in an annual.
Burmester, James et al. English Books. James Burmester Rare Books.
Among her subjects are the French man of science Georges, Baron Cuvier


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