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Alexander Watt

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  1. Alexander Watt: Alexander Stuart Watt FRS was a Scottish botanist and plant ecologist.
  2. Alexander Watt is an author.
    • born in (107 years ago)
    • written works: "The art of simple French cookery", "Art centers of the world: Paris", "Bistros de Paris", "The Art of Papermaking, 1890", "Art centres of the world: Paris", "A key to Watt's practical arithmetic", "Paris cuisine"

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Google previewAlexander Dumas Dictionary Of Cuisine (2014)

by Dumas,

Marshall Paris Bistro Cookery ' Alexander Watt The Country Housewife's Book ' Lucy H. Yates The Finer Cooking ' X. M. Boulestin The Jam Book ' May Byron The Modern ...

Google previewA Concordance and Dictionary to the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament (1789)

Wherein Any Passage May be Found by the Recollection of Any Material Word in It. ...

bar, weaver, Forfar - - |Alexander Watt, dyer, Dundee |John Whittet, wright, do John Valentine, merchant, Logie Pert - W' James Wright, do - Alexander White, ...

Google previewThe Popular Encyclopedia (1841)

Being a General Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, Biography, History, and Political Economy

Augustin de MaDodd, Ralph Drebbell, Cornelius Ferguson, Adam Fulton, Robert Hahn, Philip Matthew Harrison, John Kempelen, Baron Von Newcommen, Thomas Smeaton, John Tilloch, Alexander Watt, James Arts AND INventioxs.

Google previewThe Popular Encyclopedia: pt. 1. Wax-Z; Supplement A-Dul (1841)

by Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford

Charles Au- gustin de Dodd, Ralph Drcbbell, Cornelius Ferguson, Adam Fulton , Robert Hahn, Philip Matthew Harrison, John Kempelcn, Baron Von Newcommen, Thomas Smeaton, John Tilloch, Alexander Watt, James Arts and Inventions.

Google previewThe general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers (1814)

by New and general biographical dictionary

Alexander Watt, esq. of Northaw in Herts, and died in child-bed in 1795. In 1 786, a posthumous work of Mr. Ellis was published by this daughter at the request of sir Joseph Banks, entitled " Natural History of many curious and uncommon ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Scotland (1813)

And of the Islands in the British Seas by Nicholas Carlisle

ALEXANDER WATT, formerly Minister here, mortified the ...

Google previewThe New International Encyclopaedia (1918)

by Frank Moore Colby, Talcott Williams

Alexander Watt, Art of Soap-Making (6th ...

Google previewThe American Business Encyclopedia and Legal Adviser (1913)

Alexander Watt. London: Lockwood. 1907. Manual of Toilet Soap Making, including Medicated Soaps, Stain Removing Soaps, Soap Powders and Detergents. Carl Deite, translated by S. SOA THE BUSINESS ENCYCLOPEDIA.

Google previewA Dictionary of Hymnology (1892)

Setting Forth the Origin and History of Christian Hymns of All Ages and Nations by John Julian

James Gillespie, William Burnside, Alexander Watt, John Morison, and William Peebles, ministers; with Mr. Hardie, and Professors William Richardson and John Anderson, ruling elders. Throughout the body of this work these Paraphrases ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland (1831)

Compiled from Local Information, and the Most Recent and Official Authorities by John Gorton

Alexander Watt, a former minister here, mortified .40/. sterling for the poor of this parish. Here is an immense cairn, near which some ancient military weapons, Danish and Locll- ubcr uxt» have been found. ALVESCOTT, со. Oxford .

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