Punch, 18 (1850), 43.
The Universal Luminary
Physics, Light, Technology, Display, Lecturing
Reports on a lecture delivered at the Academie des Sciences, Paris, by the statesman Henry P Brougham (1st Baron Brougham and Vaux), the substance of which was later published in Brougham 1850. Adds that Brougham used apparatus made by Jean-Baptiste-François Soleil, and was thus able to 'make his theory as clear as noon-day'.
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