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Salmon, Georgelocked

(1819–1904)
  • Julia Tompson

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Salmon, George (1819–1904), mathematician and theologian, was born on 25 September 1819, probably in Dublin, the only son of Michael Salmon, linen merchant, and Helen, daughter of the Revd Edward Weekes. His family came from Cork, and he was educated there, at a private school, up to the age of fourteen. He entered ...

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Proceedings of the British Academy
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