Cabinets of experimental philosophy in eighteenth-century by Jim A. Bennett, Sofia Talas (editors)

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J. Zuidervaart, Van ‘Konstgenoten’ en Hemelse Fenomenen. Nederlandse Sterrenkunde in de Achttiende Eeuw, Rotterdam, 1999. 21 Cf. Maria Rooseboom, Bijdrage tot de Geschiedenis der Instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden tot omstreeks 1840, Leiden, 1950. See also: P. de Clercq, “The instruments of Science: the Market and the Makers”, in Klaas van Berkel, Albert van Helden, Lodewijk C. ), A History of Science in The Netherlands: Survey, Themes, and Reference, Leiden, 1999, pp. 311–331.

Natuurkundig Gezelschap te Utrecht 1777–1977, Utrecht, 1977, pp. 39–82. 53 Pieter Hendrik van Cittert, “Geschiedenis van de verzameling antieke instrumenten van het Natuurkundig Laboratorium der Rijks Universiteit en van het Natuurkundig Gezelschap”, Jaarboek Oud-Utrecht (1929), pp. 1–27: 23. 54 Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, Oudheden, Merkwaardige Bijzonderheden en Statistiek van Utrecht 1 (1835), p. 255. 55 Manuscript inventory at the Utrecht University Museum. See more in detail: Johannes MacLean, “De verwerving van de natuurwetenschappelijke collecties aan de Utrechtse Universiteit van 1815–1848”, Jaarboek Oud-Utrecht (1975), pp.

It is known that he proposed or supported many technical innovations in for instance shipbuilding, hydraulics and pottery. ”, op. cit. (n. 10), pp. 137–138. 34 Gerard Aernout Hasselaer, letter, December 1758: Amsterdam, City archive, Family Archive Hasselaer, inv. nr. 66. 35 Tiemen Cocquyt, “The Hasselaer auction of 1776: the transmission of scientific instruments from the public to the academic sphere”, Rittenhouse: the Journal of the American Scientific Instrument Enterprise 22 (2009), pp. 70–89.

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