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Tho Italian journals are deeply deploring the loss of this eminent philosopher, who also held the post of Minister of Public Instruction. Although he has done much to effect much needed reforms in the Italian educational system, he does not seem to have shone as an administrator. As a man of science his fame is European, especially in all that relates to electrobiology. In 1844, he received the Copley Medal of our lloyal Society and the prize of the French Academy, and he has supplied an almostdoi:10.1056/nejm186808060790107 fatcat:m2y335s62nb25kcyaj2mxkb6h4