Henri Decremps

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[[Henri Decremps]] (April 1, 1746 - 1826) was a French lawyer and mathematician of the eighteenth century.
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[[Henri Decremps]] {{PersonInfo|April 1, |1746||1826}} was a French lawyer and mathematician of the eighteenth century.
  
 
Decremps, after studying law and mathematics, began a diplomatic career at the Embassy of France in England. Thereafter he devoted himself to the unmasking of the "magicians" and the charlatans who cheated or deceived people for profit.
 
Decremps, after studying law and mathematics, began a diplomatic career at the Embassy of France in England. Thereafter he devoted himself to the unmasking of the "magicians" and the charlatans who cheated or deceived people for profit.

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Henri Decremps Template:PersonInfo was a French lawyer and mathematician of the eighteenth century.

Decremps, after studying law and mathematics, began a diplomatic career at the Embassy of France in England. Thereafter he devoted himself to the unmasking of the "magicians" and the charlatans who cheated or deceived people for profit.

Bibliography

  • La Magie blanche dévoilée, Henri Decremps, Paris 1783 (1784).
  • Supplément à la Magie Blanche Dévoilée, Henri Decremps, Paris, 1785.
  • Testament de Jérôme Sharp, Professeur de Physique amusante, Henri Decremps, Paris, 1785.
  • Le Parisien à Londres, ou Avis aux Français qui vont en Angleterre, contenant le parallèle des deux plus grandes villes de l’Europe, Amsterdam et Paris, Henri Decremps, Paris, 1784, 2 vol. (1789).
  • Codicile de Jérôme Sharp, Henri Decremps, Paris, 1788.
  • La science sans-culotisée. Premier essai sur les moyens de faciliter l’étude de l’astronomie et d’opérer une révolution dans l’enseignement, Henri Decremps, Paris, 1794.
  • Les Petites Aventures de Jérôme Sharp, Henri Decremps, Bruxelles & Liège, 1791.
  • Diagrammes chimiques, ou Recueil de 360 figures qui expliquent succinctement les expériences par l’indication des agents et des produits à côté de l’appareil, et qui rendent sensible la théorie des phénomènes', Henri Decremps, Paris, 1822.

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