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42. , Hors serie No. 5(October 1991), pp. 6–22. 43. ‘‘Palisot de Beauvois on the Americans,’’ Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 136 (March 1992), pp. 33–50. Reprinted in A14. 44. ’’ Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, 23, Pt. 1 (1992), pp. 35–152. 45. ‘‘Recent Trends in the Historiography of Science,’’ Bulletin for the History of Chemistry, 15–16 (1994), 19–26. 46. ‘‘The Scientific Importance of Napoleon’s Egyptian Expedition,’’ Scientific American, 271 (September 1994), pp.
10 Publications by Charles Coulston Gillispie 53. ‘‘Des polytechniciens en E´gypte,’’ Sabix, 20 (Janvier 1999), pp. 39–41. Bulletin des amis de la Bibliothe`que de l’E´cole Polytechnique. 54. Review Essay. ‘‘Some Recent ‘Big Pictures’ in the History of Science,’’ Annals of Science, 59 (2002), pp. 409–412. Lewis Pyenson and Susan SheetsPyenson, Servants of Nature. New York and London (Norton), 1999; John V. Pickstone, Ways of Knowing. Manchester University Press and University of Chicago Press (2001).
I give the full title (though aeronautics would have been more accurate than aviation) since it suggests, that even like Carnot’s work in mechanics, Joseph de Montgolfier’s further inventions (which to him were more important than the balloon), along with those of his nephew Marc Seguin, belong to the pre-history of the physics of work and energy. Two other publications were happenstance in different ways. Firestone Library in Princeton University is fortunate to possess a rare deluxe printing of the Description de l’E´gypte, this one having been presented by Napoleon to the king of Prussia and bought at auction in 1865 from an impoverished descendant of a Prussian courtier by Ralph Prime of the class of 1843, later one of the founding trustees of the Metropolitan Museum in New York.