Benjamin Thompson

Sir Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford, FRS (; March 26, 1753August 21, 1814) was an American-born British physicist and inventor whose challenges to established physical theory were part of the 19th-century revolution in thermodynamics. He served as lieutenant-colonel of the King's American Dragoons, part of the British Loyalist forces, during the American Revolutionary War. After the end of the war he moved to London, where his administrative talents were recognized when he was appointed a full colonel, and in 1784 he received a knighthood from King George III. A prolific designer, Thompson also drew designs for warships. He later moved to Bavaria and entered government service there, being appointed Bavarian Army Minister and re-organizing the army, and, in 1791, was made a Count of the Holy Roman Empire. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1797
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by Rumford, Benjamin
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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1798
Printed by Manning & Loring for D. West

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1800
Printed by A. Strahan for T. Cadell and W. Davies

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1798
Presso Francesco Andreola

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1800
En la impr. real por don Pedro Pereyra

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1800
printed for A. Strahan, for T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1800
printed by A. Strahan, Printers-Street, for T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies, Strand

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1797
Printed for T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies (successors to Mr. Cadell) in the Strand

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1796
printed for T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies (successors to Mr. Cadell) in the Strand

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1797
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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1796
printed by and for R. E. Mercier and Co

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by Rumford, Benjamin
Published 1796
printed for T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies (successors to Mr. Cadell)