Books about Woulfe:

booksThe Rebel's Daughter (The Woulfes of Loxsbeare Book 1) by Anita Seymour (Aug 25, 2014)

booksWoulfe Mining Corp. (WOF) - Financial and Strategic Analysis Review by GlobalData (Sep 17, 2010)

booksExperiments on the distillation of acids, volatile alkalies, &c. In a letter from Mr. Peter Woulfe, F.R.S. to... by Peter Woulfe (Jun 10, 2010)

booksInto the Crucible by Woulfe, James, Woulfe, James B. (1999) Paperback by James, Woulfe, James B. Woulfe (1111)

booksThe Elements of Experimental Chemistry. Together with an Account of Dr. Wollaston's Scale of Chemical Equivalents... by William Henry (1819)

booksInto the Crucible by Woulfe, James, Woulfe, James B. (1999) (1000)

booksGlimpses of Life and Manners in Persia: With Notes on Russia, Koords, Toorkomans, Nestorians, Khiva, and Persia... (2005)


Wiki information Woulfe:

Peter Woulfe
Chemist, Deceased Person, Person, Award Winner

Peter Woulfe was an Irish chemist and mineralogist. He first had the idea that wolframite might contain a previously undiscovered element. In 1779, Woulfe reported the formation of a yellow dye when indigo was treated with nitric acid. Later it was...

Stephen Woulfe
Barrister, Person, Deceased Person

Stephen Woulfe was an Irish barrister and Liberal politician. He served as Solicitor-General for Ireland, 1836 and as Attorney-General for Ireland in 1838; he became first Catholic to be Chief Baron of the Irish Exchequer.