Joseph Priestley FRS (/ˈpriːstli/; 24 March [O.S. 13 March] 1733 – 6 February
1804) was an 18th-century English theologian, dissenting clergyman, natural ...
Joseph Priestley (1733–1804), best remembered for his discovery of the gas that
would later be named "oxygen," was ceremoniously welcomed to the United ...
Dedicated August 1, 1994, at the Joseph Priestley House in Northumberland,
Pennsylvania, USA, and August 7, 2000, at Bowood House in Wiltshire, UK.
Priestley was an English theologian and natural philosopher.
March 13 , 1733 in Birstall Fieldhead, near Leeds, Yorkshire
February 6 , 1804 in Northumberland, Pennsylvania
was an English theologian and natural philosopher who isolated a gas he called de... More »
Sep 10, 2014 ... Joseph Priestley, (born March 13, 1733, Birstall Fieldhead, near Leeds, Yorkshire
[now West Yorkshire], England—died February 6, 1804, ...
On this day in 1774, dissenting British minister Joseph Priestly, author of
Observations on Civil Liberty and the Nature and Justice of the War with America,
Although Joseph Priestley supported civil and religious liberty, he was never a
leader in the English radical movement for parliamentary reform, yet he was ...
Gather info on Joseph Priestley, clergyman, political theorist, and scientist whose
work advanced liberal political and religious ideas and experimental chemistry, ...
English chemist and amateur natural philosopher whose scientific works covered
physics, electricity, magnetism, and optics, in addition to chemistry. The objects ...