Edinburgh’s Enlightenment abroad: navigating humanity as a physician, merchant, natural historian and settler-colonist

Intellectual History Review 31 (4):627-649 (2021)
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In 1822, Alexander Berry (1781–1873), a recent free settler in the early colony of New South Wales (N.S.W.), read a paper on the geology of the coast of N.S.W. to the newly formed Philosophical Soc...



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