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Authorised form of nameSaluzzo; Guiseppe Angelo (1734 - 1810); Conte di Menusiglio
Other forms of nameSaluces, Guiseppe Angelo, Conte di Menusiglio
Dates1734 - 1810
Place of birthSaluzzo, Piedmont
Date of birth02 October 1734
Place of deathTurin
Date of death16 June 1810
Research fieldChemistry
ActivityCareer:
Artillery General; Member and President of the Academy of Sciences of Turin
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election21/02/1760
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Authority:
Altname spelling from Record
Notes:
Each of the three testimonials from individuals is on a separate piece of paper, affixed to the main certificate. The three English signatures appear at the foot of the certificate
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/316747394
Royal Society codeNA7079
Archives associated with this Fellow
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AP/5/21Unpublished letters and paper, 'Mémoire sur le saltpètre concernant les principes généraux pour la formation des nitrières artificielles' ['Essay on saltpetre concerning the general principals of the formation of artificial nitraries'] by Le Comte de Saluces [Giuseppe Angelo Saluzzo] and J H [John Hyacinth] de Magellan1784-1785
EC/1759/15Saluzzo, Guiseppe Angelo, Conte di Menusiglio: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/5/21/1Unpublished letter, regarding Saluzzo's work from J H [John Hyacinth] de Magellan to unknown recipient9 February 1785
AP/5/21/2Unpublished letter, regarding artificial nitrification from Dr Saluces [Giuseppe Angelo Saluzzo] to J H [John Hyacinth] de Magellan[1784]
AP/5/21/3Unpublished manuscript, 'Mémoire sur le saltpètre concernant les principes généraux pour la formation des nitrières artificielles' ['Essay on saltpetre concerning the general principals of the formation of artificial nitraries'] by Le Comte de Saluces [Giuseppe Angelo Saluzzo][1784]
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