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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 30, Number 2, 2005

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TITLE Author Page
Number
JOSEPH PRIESTLEY, NATURAL PHILOSOPHER Robert E. Schofield 57
PHLOGISTION THEORY AND CHEMICAL REVOLUTIONS Leslie V. Woodcock
University of Manchester, UK
63
PANTISOCRACY AND PENNSYLVANIA: PLANS OF COLERIDGE
AND SOUTHEY AND OF COOPER AND PRIESTLEY
J. Edmund White 70
ESTEEM, REGARD, AND RESPECT FOR RATIONALITY:
JOSEPH PRIESTLEY'S FEMALE CONNECTIONS
Kathleen L. Neeley, University of Kansas and
M. Andrea Bashore, Joseph Priestley House
77
PRIESTLEY, JEFFERSON, AND ADAMS:
THE EMIGRE AND AMERICAN POLITICS
Judah B. Ginsberg
American Chemical Society
91
BERNARD COURTOIS (1777-1838), FAMED FOR DISCOVERING IODINE (1811),
AND HIS LIFE IN PARIS FROM 1798
Patricia A. Swain 103
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE EDELSTEIN AWARD FOR 2006   112
THE DECOMPOSITION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE BY BLOOD.
GEORGE SENTER'S DISCOVERY OF THE ENZYME INVOLVED
John T. Stock and James D. Stuart
University of Connecticut
113
BOOK REVIEWS   118
AUTHOR INDEX, 1-30   125
SUBJECT INDEX, 1-30   126