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La Beaume is a commune in the Hautes-Alpes department in southeastern France.
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Friends' Review (1850)
A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal by Enoch Lewis, Samuel Rhoads
the best known is called La Beaume, and has been described in most interesting terms by several men of science who have visited it. M. Prevost, who made a scientific tour in the region, has related the following particulars concerning it ...
On Galvanism, and its extraordinary efficacy in the cure of stomach, liver, nervous, and other disorders of long continuance (1842)
by Michael La Beaume
La Beaume is a respectable practitioner of some year's standing, and is sanctioned by some of the leading characters among the faculty in the metropolis ." — Register of Arts and Sciences. " As Galvanism partakes of the character of ...
Princeton Alumni Weekly (1930)
Rem La Beaume is a broker with Mark C. C. Stein-berg. . . . Johnny Moss is a big commercial artist now in New York City, making illustrations of some of the most luxurious automobiles imaginable for Vanity Fair. . . . Tom Pettus is a travelling ...
From the Revival of the Art Under Cimabue, and the Alledged Discovery of Engraving by Finiguerra, to the Present Time : with the Ciphers, Monograms, and Marks, Used by Each Engraver, and an Ample List of Their Principal Works, Together with Two Indexes, Alphabetical and Chronological, to which is Prefixed, an Introduction, Containing a Brief Account of the Painters of Antiquity by Michael Bryan
Anne Tristan de la Beaume de Luze, Archbishop of Paris; after de Troy. The Apparition of St. Peter and St. Paul to Attila; after Raffaelle. The Young Astyanax discovered by Ulysses in the Tomb of Hector; after Bourdon. The Crucifixion; after Ph.
A Biographical and Critical Dictionary of Painters, Engravers, Sculptors and Architects, from Ancient to Modern Times (1852)
With the Monograms, Ciphers, and Marks Used by Distinguished Artists to Certify Their Works by Shearjashub Spooner
Anne Tristan de la Beaume de L-Arbo-hop of Paris; after de Troy. The Appato 4 - Peter and St. Paul to Attila; after Ruffielle. 1.- : *** Astvanax discovered by Ulysses in the Tomb...
The London Encyclopaedia (1829)
Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature, and Practical Mechanics, Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge. Illustrated by Numerous Engravings, a General Atlas, and Appropriate Diagrams by Thomas Curtis
La Beaume, who has recently published an excellent little work on the Application of Galvanic Electricity in the cure of chronic diseases ; to these works the reader is referred for ...
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