Moyens de prévenir le retour des disettes.

CADET DE VAUX, A.A.

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A Paris, Chez D. Colas, 1812. viii, 239, (1) pp. 8vo. Contemporary marbled covers, uncut. Kress S.6013; not in Goldsmiths; not in Einaudi. First edition. Cadet de Vaux was first apprenticed to the philanthropist Piarron de Chamousset, he practiced pharmacy and became in 1777 one of the cofounders of the first daily newspaper in Paris, Le Journal de Paris. Many of his activities before the revolution were concerned with the disinfection of cesspools and wells, the reform of sanitary conditions in prisons, industrial hygiene, and the removal of cemeteries from the center of Paris. He was elected to membership of the American Philosophical Society in 1787. From the beginning of his career Cadet de Vaux had a strong interest in chemistry and science, which he sought to apply to such fields as agriculture, nutrition, and public health. He had been instrumental, together with Parmentier, in founding the École de Boulangerie, where he also lectured on such subjects as the analysis of wheat and flour, methods of preservation, and the technology of baking. Cadet de Vaux spent the last 40 years of his long life (1743-1828) mostly at his estate in Fraconville where his many projects included agriculture (methods for preserving crops, prevention of mole infestation, cultivation of fruit and tobacco, etc.), home economics and nutrition. A product of the Enlightenment, utilitarian in his scientific outlook, Cadet de Vaux numbered among his friends Benjamin Franklin, Condorcet, and La Rocheoucauld-Liancourt, with all of whom he shared many interests. N° de ref. de la librería

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Descripción A Paris, Chez D. Colas, 1812. viii, 239, (1) pp. 8vo. Contemporary marbled covers, uncut. Kress S.6013; not in Goldsmiths; not in Einaudi. First edition. Cadet de Vaux was first apprenticed to the philanthropist Piarron de Chamousset, he practiced pharmacy and became in 1777 one of the cofounders of the first daily newspaper in Paris, Le Journal de Paris. Many of his activities before the revolution were concerned with the disinfection of cesspools and wells, the reform of sanitary conditions in prisons, industrial hygiene, and the removal of cemeteries from the center of Paris. He was elected to membership of the American Philosophical Society in 1787. From the beginning of his career Cadet de Vaux had a strong interest in chemistry and science, which he sought to apply to such fields as agriculture, nutrition, and public health. He had been instrumental, together with Parmentier, in founding the École de Boulangerie, where he also lectured on such subjects as the analysis of wheat and flour, methods of preservation, and the technology of baking. Cadet de Vaux spent the last 40 years of his long life (1743-1828) mostly at his estate in Fraconville where his many projects included agriculture (methods for preserving crops, prevention of mole infestation, cultivation of fruit and tobacco, etc.), home economics and nutrition. A product of the Enlightenment, utilitarian in his scientific outlook, Cadet de Vaux numbered among his friends Benjamin Franklin, Condorcet, and La Rocheoucauld-Liancourt, with all of whom he shared many interests. Nº de ref. del artículo: 23847

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