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Jan van Wijk

MALE
1781 - 1847

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  • Biografisch Woordenboek van Nederlandse Wiskundigen. http://www.bwnw.nl/

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Nicolaas Hartsoeker

MALE
Gouda, Netherlands 26-03-1656 - Utrecht, Netherlands 10-12-1725

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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Optical instrument maker and natural philosopher, who invented the screw-barrel simple microscope in circa 1694. First to observe spermicide through a microscope. Hartsoeker worked most of his life in France. In 1699, when he returned to the Dutch Republic, he was elected member of the Academie Royale des Sciences and in 1704 of the Königlich-Preußische Akademie der Wissenschaften, in both cases as one of the first foreign members. When Czar Peter the Great visited Amsterdam, he was offered the chair of mathematics in St Petersburg. Hartsoeker rejected this offer, but later, in 1704, Hartsoeker accepted the position of "first mathematician and honorary professor of philosophy" at the University of Heidelberg, offered to him by Johann Wilhelm, Elector the Palatine. He returned to the Netherlands around 1720. The last years of his life were spent in Utrecht.

Collections: Museum Boerhaave Leiden, Universiteitsmuseum Utrecht.

Residence

  • Paris 1678
  • Heidelberg 1704 - 1716
  • Paris 1684 - 1698
  • Amsterdam 1677 - 1678
  • Rotterdam 1698
  • Utrecht 1720~ - 1725

Occupation

  • Honorary Professsor of Philosophy  - University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg
  • physicist, astronomer and instrument maker 1678 - 1725

Education

  • student 1675 - 1678 - Universiteit Leiden

Provenance

  • Hartsoeker, N., Essai de Dioptrique (Parijs 1694)
  • Hartsoeker, N., Principes de Physique (Parijs 1696)
  • Hartsoeker, N., Conjectures Physiques (Amsterdam 1707) + several later additions
  • Hartsoeker, N., Recueil de plusieurs pièces de Physique où l'on fait principalement voir l'invalidité du système de Newton (Utrecht 1722)
  • Bibliotheca Hartsoekeriana, sive Catalogus librorum quae collegit Nic. Hartsoeker. Librorum auctio publica fiet ad diem 16 Juni 1727 et seqq (1727).
  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Harting, P., Het mikroskoop : deszelfs gebruik, geschiedenis en tegenwoordige toestand; een handboek voor natuur- en geneeskundigen, vol. III (Utrecht 1850).
  • Harting, P., Bijdragen tot de geschiedenis der mikroskopen in ons vaderland (Utrecht 1846).
  • Fournier, M., Early microscopes : a descriptive catalogue (Leiden 2003).
  • Wielema, M.R. ' Nicolaas Hartsoeker (1656-1725): van mechanisme naar vitalisme', in: Gewina 15 (1992), 234-261.
  • Clay, S. and H. Court, The history of the microscope: compiled from original instruments and documents, up to the introduction of the achromatic microscope (London 1932).
  • Cittert, P. van, Geschiedenis van de verzameling antieke instrumenten van het Natuurkundig Laboratorium der Rijks Universiteit en van het Natuurkundig Gezelschap (Utrecht 1929).
  • Zuidervaart, H.J. ‘The ‘invisible technician’ made visible. Telescope making in the seventeenth and early eighteenth-century Dutch Republic’ in: Alison D. Morrison-Low [et al] (eds.), From Earth-Bound to Satellite. Telescopes, Skills and Networks (Leiden/Boston: Brill 2012), 41-102.

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Gijsbert Romijn

MALE
Nijkerk, Netherlands 09-06-1801 - 27-01-1864

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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G. Romijn was tinsmith, lamp maker and shop owner in Utrecht (Oude Gracht), around 1842. He made cooking and chemical lamps.

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  • Tinsmith, lamp maker and shop owner 1842~, Utrecht

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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J.A. Roland

MALE
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Roland was instrument maker in Luik (Rue Puits en Sock 82), around 1868. He made meters.

Residence

  • Liège 

Occupation

  • Instrument maker 1868~, Liège

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Albert Roelofs

MALE
Hijum, Netherlands 08-12-1745 - Hijum, Netherlands 07-07-1809

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Albert Roelofs was the brother of Arjen, Klaas and Pieter Roelofs. Probably they all belong to the Go(o)dijk family. Assisted his brothers in the production of scientific instruments (his part was especially turning components of wood and copper). He was also a clock maker.

Residence

  • Hijum 

Occupation

  • Clockmaker and instrument maker [1700..], Hijum

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Provenance

  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Terpstra, H. Friesche sterrekonst : geschiedenis van de Friese sterrenkunde en aanverwante wetenschappen door de eeuwen heen (Franeker 1981).

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Jonathan Cuthbertson

MALE
Dearham, United Kingdom 1744 - Rotterdam, Netherlands 1806

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Jonathan Cuthbertson was an English scientific instrument maker (and brother of John Cuthbertson) who moved to Rotterdam in 1774. He designed an air pump and a solar microscope. The latter was later copied by Onderdewijngaart Canzius. Additionally he made mathematical, physical, optical, electrical, hydraulic and mechanical instruments. In 1794 Cuthbertson published a Verhandeling over de Verrekyker . After his death the stock of his workshop was probably bought by Jan Paauw in Leiden.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden.

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  • instrumentmaker 1744~ - 1806

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  • Hackman, W.D. John and Jonathan Cuthbertson: the invention and development of the eighteenth century plate electrical machine. (Leiden 1973).
  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Fournier, M. Early microscopes: a descriptive catalogue (Leiden 2003).
  • Cuthbertson, Jonathan Verhandeling over de Verrekyker. Behelsende, enige dwaalingen van de onkundige daar over. Hoe of men zy stellen en gebruiken moet. Welke geschikt is tot byzondere gebruiken. Manier- om de vergrootende vermoogen, en volmaaktheid te vinden. En hoe of men weeten kan welke de beste is &c, &c., (s.l.[Rotterdam]), 1794. Only known copy in the Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam.
  • Paauw, Jan Catalogus van een zoo uitmuntend als fraai kabinet [van] natuur- wis - en sterrekundige werktuigen, […] alles nagelaaten door wijlen den heere Jan Paauw , (Leiden 1804).
  • Morzer Bruyns, W.F.J. Schip Recht door Zee. (Amsterdam, 2003) 126, 127.
  • Peters, H.J.M.W. The Crone Library. (Amsterdam, 1989).

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Jacobus Robyn

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1649~ - [1707..]

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Robijn, Jacobus

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Jacobus Robyn was a cross-staff maker, chart and book seller in 'De Stuurman', in the Nieuwe Brugsteeg in Amsterdam, he was admitted tot the book sellers guild in 1674. In 1679 Robyn was briefly associated with Johannes van Keulen (1). According to an advertisement in his Zee-Spiegel of 1688, Robyn made and sold cross-staffs.

Collection: No cross-staff by him is on record.

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Occupation

  • cross-staff maker 1675~, Amsterdam
  • publisher , Amsterdam
  • chart maker , Amsterdam

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  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. The cross-staff: history and development of a navigational instrument. (Amsterdam/Zutphen 1994).
  • publisher of: Anhalt, C.M. 't Nieuwe gepractiseerde artelery-boekje. (Amsterdam ca. 1700).
  • publisher of: Vooght, C.J. Astrolabium catholicum, ofte een grondige onderwijsing, aangaande d'oorspronk, 't maakzel en 't veelvuldigh gebruyk des algemeenen starrethoneels. (Amsterdam 1680).

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William Eastland

MALE
Epsom, United Kingdom 1702 - 1787

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  • Eastlandt, W.
  • Estland, W.

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English instrument maker from eighteenth century. Moved to The Hague around 1768 after a court decision that granted Peter Dollond a patent on the achromatic doublet. Eastland himself continued to make telescopes, microscopes and binoculars. Many thought Eastland invented the achromatic telescope, although Eastland never claimed this invention. It is possible Eastland had worked in The Hague before, in 1764 an instrument maker named Wm. de la Haye sold mirrors, lenses and a microscope to the Fundatie van Renswoude in the Hague. It is quite possible that this was in fact William Eastland, who advertised under the name Wm Eastland. Eastland had several apprentices, who would never work under his own name, but under Wm. Eastland & Comp.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (microscope).

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Occupation

  • optician 1768~, Den Haag

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Provenance

  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Fournier, M. Early microscopes; A descriptive Catalogue (Leiden 2003), 208.
  • E.G.R. Taylor, The mathematical practitioners of Hanoverian England 1714-1840 (Cambridge 1966), 156.
  • Vries, D. de, G. Schilder and W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns, The Van Keulen Cartography Amsterdam 1680-1885 (Alphen a/d Rijn 2005).
  • Zuidervaart, H.J. 'De doos van Pandora', in: Studium 3 (2011), 171-180.
  • Zuidervaart, H., (2011). De opmerkelijke geschiedenis van de Haagse instrumentmakersfirma ‘Eastland & Regenboog’(c.1768-1839), of hoe het beruchte Engelse patent voor de achromatische telescoop in Nederland werd ontdoken. Studium. 4(3), pp.171–180. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/studium.1511

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Christiaan Rijnaerts

MALE
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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Reynaert, Christiaan
  • Renaert, Christiaan
  • Reijnaert, C.

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Rijnaerts was clock maker in The Hague, ca 1650. Apprentice of (and worked for) Samuel Hendricxsz Coster in 1657. After Coster's death his further education was taken over by Coster's successor Pieter Visbagh. In 1667 he finished his training and started his own shop, and in that same also married Visbagh's sister. After about four years he moved from the Hague to Leiden, where he eventually became clockmaker of the city.

Residence

  • Den Haag 

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  • Clockmaker 1660~, Den Haag

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  • Morpurgo, E. Nederlandse klokken- en horlogemakers vanaf 1300 (Amsterdam 1970).

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A. van Rijn

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Scientific instrument maker, who made metal thermometers.

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  • Instrument maker 

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  • Bruin, T.L. de, Catalogus van de tentoonstelling van historische instrumenten en apparaten op het gebied van natuurkunde en techniek, (Amsterdam 1937).

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Christiaan van Rijgel

MALE
1720~ - N/A

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Compass maker (probably in Rotterdam), ca 1741-1750.

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  • Instrument maker 1741 - 1750, Rotterdam

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  • mentioned in: Gemeentearchief Rotterdam as instrument and/or compass maker from 1741-1750.

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Samuel van Dam

MALE
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(Lock)smith from Leiden. Van Dam also made balance scales.

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  • (Lock)Smith 1646~, Leiden

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Jacques Delmotte

MALE
N/A - 1805

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As were his father and brother, Jacques Delmotte was an "ijkmeester" (person who controls and determines measurements and weights). He made coin weight boxes.

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  • IJkmeester 1755 - 1805, Brussel

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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J. Desimpelaere

MALE
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Instrument maker from Brussels. Made mainly optic and mechanic instruments. He was active during the nineteenth century and succeeded by his son-in-law, J.B. Tibaut.

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  • instrument maker [1800..], Brussel

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Willem Deutgen

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1779 - Groningen, Netherlands 1856

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Amsterdam-born instrument maker. His sons Hendrik, Abraham and Leonard were also instrument makers. During his career, he lived and worked in several places. In 1808 he started working as at the University of Harderwijk, but when the institute closed his doors, he left for Leeuwarden, where he was an ivory turner and made fire extinguishers. On July 1, 1826, he became supervisor of the cabinet of physical, mechanical and astronomical instruments at the University of Groningen and "amanuensis" (technical assistant) to professor Sjeerp (or Seerp) Brouwer. Around 1837 he made a device which he used in various experiments. During these experiments his son Hendrik and professor. S. Bleekrode (professor at the University of Delft since 1846) were also present. Deutgen made several others technical and physical instruments, often together with his son, such as thermometers, air pumps and steam devices.

Collection: Universiteitsmuseum Groningen (thermoelectric battery).

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  • instrument maker and technical assistent 1821~ - [1838..]

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Provenance

  • Maclean, J. 'De instrumentmakers Deutgen', in: Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde 1, nr. 6 (1975), 62 and 73.

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Leonard Deutgen

MALE
Leeuwarden, Netherlands 1814 - Groningen, Netherlands 1896

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Instrument maker from Leeuwarden. His two brothers and his father were also instrument makers. Leonard was probably active around the middle of the century as an "amanuensis" (technical assistent) at the University of Groningen. Additionally, he probably made physical instruments.

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  • instrument maker and amanuensis 1850~

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  • Maclean, J. 'De instrumentmakers Deutgen', in: Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde 1, nr. 6 (1975), 62 and 73.

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Dirck de Schoorsteenveger

MALE
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  • Schouwveger, Meester Dirck de

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Instrument maker from The Hague. He grinded ocular lenses for Christiaan and Constantijn Huygens (ca. 1682-1694), to whom he lived very close to.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden.

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  • instrument maker 1682 - 1694, Den Haag

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Provenance

  • Helden A.C. van, and R.H. van Gent, The Huygens Collection (Leiden 1995), 20.
  • Huygens, Chr. Oeuvres Complètes.
  • Huygens Jr., Con. Journaal II (Utrecht 1877).

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Symen Dirckxsen Blocker

MALE
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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Blocker Dirckxsen, Symen

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One mariner's astrolabe by Blocker is on record, dated 1628.

Collection: Skokloster Castle, Sweden.

Residence

  • Blokker 1628

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1628~, Blokker

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Provenance

  • Stimson, A. 'The Mariner's Astrolabe; A survey of 48 surviving examples'. (Coimbra 1985), 583, 585, 593 and 605.
  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. 'Alphabetical list of Dutch instrument makers compiled by W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns'. (Amsterdam 1986).
  • Stimson, A. The mariner's astrolabe: a survey of known, surviving sea astrolabes. (Utrecht 1988), 80-83.
  • Losman A. and I. Sigurdsson, 'Äldre vetenskapliga Instrument på Skokloster: Scientific Instruments of the 16th-18th centuries at Skokloster Castle' (Uppsala 1975).

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Matijs Dominicus

MALE
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Matijs Dominicus was a cross-staff maker in Amsterdam, in 1753, when became poorter (citizen). A Davis quadrant (backstaff) by him has been preserved.

Collection: Schiffahrtsmuseum, Flensburg, Germany.

Residence

  • Amsterdam 1753

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1753~, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. The Cross-staff: history and development of a navigational instrument. (Amsterdam 1994).

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Saling Dorsman

MALE
1750 - Hoorn, Netherlands 1825

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Saling Dorsman was a compass maker in Hoorn, Noord-Holland, in the second half of the eighteenth century.

Collection: Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam.

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  • instrument maker 1775 - 1825, Hoorn

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Gevonden publicaties:

'n Pastelportret deur Pieter Willem Regnault, tekenaar en tuinier in Kaapstad, 1753-1765

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 32, nummer 1 (1969), 1-20

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Bax, D.

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De geheime contacten met België, Frankrijk en Engeland in de neutraliteitsperiode, september 1939 - mei 1940

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 32, nummer 7 (1969), 201-215

Authors

Jong, L. de

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N/A

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Conflicten

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 34, nummer 1 (1971), 1-27

Authors

Tammes, A.J.P.

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N/A

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Over de doeltreffendheid van monetaire politiek: Nederlandse ervaringen 1954-1969

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 34, nummer 4 (1971), 153-184

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Holtrop, M.W.

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N/A

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De meervoudige gedetermineerdheid van menselijk gedrag

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 35, nummer 3 (1972), 129-144

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Duijker, H.C.J.

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N/A

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DE LEEFRUIMTE VAN DE MENS

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 36, nummer 3 (1973), 75-96

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Tammes, A.J.P.

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Maerlants Torec als 'Sleutelroman'

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 36, nummer 5 (1973), 119-195

Authors

Heeroma, K.

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Fugitieven en passanten

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 43, nummer 2 (1980), 25-60

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Prins, W.F.

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N/A

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Botsing van grondrechten

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 46, nummer 7 (1983), 183-204

Authors

Hoeven, J. van der

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N/A

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Enige problemen in het Nederlands belastingrecht

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 44, nummer 1 (1981), 1-30

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Geppaart, Ch.P.A.

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N/A

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August Vermeylen en het tijdschrift "Van nu en straks"

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 44, nummer 2 (1981), 35-57

Authors

Elslander, A. van

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Het toneel in de Amsterdamse schouwburg van 1637

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 22, nummer 4 (1959), 137-172

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Hunningher, B.

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Cultuur en intelligentie; een psychometrische optiek

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 46, nummer 5 (1983), 139-158

Authors

Drenth, P.J.D.

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N/A

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Is "uu" voor "oe" Holland in- en uitgevoerd?

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, deel 63, Serie A, nummer 5 (1927), 127-178

Authors

Vries, W. de

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N/A

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Een Iersch kettingsprookje

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, deel 63, nummer 10 (1927), 259-273

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Hamel, A.G. van

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N/A

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Instrumental phonetics. Its value for linguists

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, deel 65, nummer 2 (1928), 37-98

Authors

Groot, A.W. de

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N/A

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Intervocaliese d in het Groningens. De ui van stuiten

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, deel 54, Serie A, nummer 3 (1928), 99-150

Authors

Vries, W. de

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N/A

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Vijftien jaren internationale rechtspraak

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 1, nummer 2 (1938), 133-180

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Verzijl, J.H.W.

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N/A

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Cechies-Slovaaks-Cechoslovaaks

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, deel 65, Serie A, nummer 8 (1928), 245-266

Authors

Wijk, N. van

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N/A

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Vom Mesopotamischen Menschen der Altbabylonischen Zeit und seiner Welt

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 36, nummer 6 ( 1973), 199-345

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Kraus, F.R.

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