Pasteur, Louis (18221895)

Pasteur, Louis, an eminent French chemist, born at Dôle, in dep. of Jura, celebrated for his studies and discoveries in fermentation, and also for his researches in hydrophobia and his suggestion of inoculation as a cure; the Pasteur Institute in Paris was the scene of his researches from 1886 (18221895).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Pasta, Judith * Paston Letters
Pasquino
Passau
Passing-bell
Passion Play
Passion Sunday
Passion Week
Passionists
Passover
Passow, Franz
Pasta, Judith
Pasteur, Louis
Paston Letters
Pastoral Staff
Patagonia
Patanjali
Patchouli
Pater, Walter Horatio
Paterculus, Marcus Velleius
Paterson, Robert
Paterson, William
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