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December 12, 2014

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Carriage Dress January 1812

Carriage or Walking Dress, January 1812

"A Plain cambric morning robe, with high collar, trimmed with lace. A Polish demi-pelisse of fine Lama or Merino cloth, richly embroidered up the front, on the bottom collar and cuffs...

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Sir Humphry Davy (1778 – 1829)

An important chemist and physicist, Davy became well known due to his experiments with the physiological action of  various gases, including laughing gas (nitrous oxide) — to which he was addicted — once stating that its properties bestowed all of the benefits of alcohol but was devoid of its flaws. In 1801 he was nominated professor at the Royal Institution of Great Britain and Fellow of the Royal Society, over which he would later preside. His public lectures on electrochemistry were popular during the...