Pierre Adet

Pierre Auguste Adet Pierre-Auguste Adet (May 17, 1763 Nevers – March 19, 1834 Paris) was a French scientist, politician, and diplomat.

He worked with Lavoisier on a new chemical notation system, and was secretary to the scientific periodical ''Annales de chimie'', founded in 1789. He proved that glacial acetic acid and vinegar acetic acid were the same substance.

He was secretary to the Minister of the Navy and the Colonies, Jean Dalbarade. He was commissioner to Saint-Domingue. He later became French ambassador to the United States, He sent Georges-Henri-Victor Collot on a reconnaissance of the Ohio River, and Mississippi River.

In 1803, he was Prefect of the Nièvre ''département''. In 1809, he was a member of the Corps législatif. Provided by Wikipedia

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Published 1797
Printed for general information--1797. By Benjamin Russell, State-Street--Boston
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by Adet, Pierre-Auguste
Published 1796
Printed for, and sold by, William Cobbett, opposite Christ Church

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by Adet, Pierre-Auguste
Published 1795
Sold at the political book-store, South Front-Street, no. 8
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by Adet, Pierre-Auguste
Published 1796
Printed for J. Ormrod, no. 41, Chesnut-Street. By Ormrod and Conrad
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by Adet, Pierre-Auguste
Published 1796
Printed and sold, by Hopkins, Webb & Co. no 40, Pine-Street
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