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He worked without a master, shutting himself in his room with dictionary and grammar. It showed a good insight into what he would need in the future. His school classics was sufficient for scientific texts written in Latin, still the common practice, but the ease with which he could become familiar with the work being done on the continent was greatly increased by this 16 CHAPTER 2 knowledge of modern languages. French and Italian were commonly known, but German was not a fashionable study. Whist playing and, in the holidays, shooting and collecting mineral specimens, were fairly modest relaxations.
The meetings between the two chemists at which 31 32 CHAPTER 4 Guyton was convinced that lavoisier was right took place in February and March, 1787 and the Methode was published in the summer. In London and in Edinburgh, two systems of chemical names were already in use, the wellestablished London Pharmacopoeia and a nomenclature developed for his lectures by Dr Charles Webster and in use by 1786. Thus decisions about nomenclature involved questions of national usage and of chemical theory as well as willingness to adopt a new system.
His total expenses for the year had been "four score pounds" which, he pointed out, could not be considered extravagant when it was remembered that twenty years before a friend had needed as much as £70. 9 spent on books. 0 for mathematics. Like many a student, Beddoes was optimistic that he would spend less another year and reminded his father that the first year is "known to be considerably more expensive". ' in the first year, his accounts bear out Stock's picture of a boy who had not much use for the more extravagant pleasures of many of the Oxford students or even for the sociable breakfasts and the afternoon parties in their college rooms which Stock describes as customary at Pembroke.