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Johann Ludolph Jager
JÄGER, Johann Ludolph.

JÄGER, Johann Ludolph.
(1728 - 1787)

(Born: Magdeburg, Germany, 1728; Died: Leipzig, Germany, 16 March 1787) German physician.

Jäger was educated at the University of Tübingen. He moved to Leipzig in 1747, followed by a move to Helmstädt in 1762, where he opened a medical practice. After retirement, he returned to Leipzig. He wrote under the pseudonym, Innocentius Liborius Ab Indagine.

Biographical references: DBA: I 588, 392; 596, 317. Ferguson, Bibliotheca Chemica, 1906: 1, 427-28. Meusel, Verstorbenen Teutschen Schrifsteller, 1802-16. Poggendorff: 1, col. 1186. WBI.

1. German, 1782.
Memorabilia Bismuthi das ist chemisch- physicalische Abhandlung zu näherer Kenntniss des annoch ziemlich unbekannten Minerals welches Wissmuth und Magnesia wie auch Antimonium Foeminimum genennet wird deme ist noch beygefügt ein Commentarius über des Batsdorfs Filium Ariadnes. Nuremburg, 1782.

8°: 352 p.

Rare. Published under the psuedonym, Innocentius Liborius Ab Indagine, this is a lengthy commentary on the metals of bismuth and antimony, including much on their physical properties and natural ores.

Bibliographical references: NUC [no copy listed].

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