John Tyndall

Standard Name: Tyndall, John


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Friends, Associates Emily Shirreff
ES 's circle of friends included Sir William Grove (inventor of the Grove battery), scientist Mary Somerville , lawyer and Royal Society president Lord Wrottesley , astronomer Sir George Biddell Airy , Sir John Herschel
Health Christopher St John
Louisa was the widow of the physicist John Tyndall , who had died in 1893. Christabel was reported by her mother as being very brave about missing the family Christmas.
Marshall, Beatrice. Emma Marshall. Seeley.
She later spent ten...
Leisure and Society Dorothy Bussy
Dorothy's parents numbered among their friends and acquaintances many prominent artists, scientists, and politicians. These included Browning , Ruskin , Tennyson , Jane and Thomas Carlyle , Francis Galton , Percy Lubbock , and John Tyndall
Textual Features Jane Francesca, Lady Wilde
She calls on popular women writers to assert their claim to national recognition
Melville, Joy. Mother of Oscar. John Murray.
for fear that male voices (such as Huxley , Darwin , and Tyndall ) will dominate, leaving nothing for discussion except...


1864-1867: The Reader, a weekly Review of Literature,...

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The Reader, a weekly Review of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Roos, David A. “The Aims and Intentions of Nature”. Victorian Science and Victorian Values: Literary Perspectives, edited by James Paradis and Thomas Postlewait, New York Academy of Sciences, pp. 159-80.

1864: The X-Club, a small group of influential...

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The X-Club , a small group of influential London scientists, was formed.

19 August 1874: John Tyndall attacked religion at a British...

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19 August 1874

John Tyndall attacked religion at a British Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Belfast.


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