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Joseph Priestley was an th century to the ePUB ☆ English theologian Dissenting clergyman natural philosopher educator and political theorist who published over works During his lifetime Priestley s considerable scientific reputation rested on his invention of A Reply PDF/EPUB or soda water his writings on electricity and his discovery of several airs gasesthe most famous being what Priestley dubbed dephlogisti.
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- A Reply to the Animadversions on the History of the Corruptions of Christianity, in the Monthly Review of June, 1783
- Joseph Priestley
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