The table was set with the cavendish silver and crystal and various sumptuous-looking bottles from the wine cellar.
When Mr cavendish awoke, he said to himself, "Confound these women!"
Roger now saw the reason why cavendish had reserved his fire.
Philip Staines had a large house in cavendish Square, a crusty old patient, like himself, had left him.
This they put aside, intending to hand it to cavendish, as it would be of interest to him.
"But the managers seem inclined to cut their cavendish very fine just at present," she said.
“Very well,” answered cavendish; “we are safe as yet,” turning to Leigh.
Hanover Square and cavendish Square were open fields in the year 1716.
I say that the man cavendish is a pirate, and that is sufficient.
Yet, from some whim of philanthropy, he had not a home and practice in cavendish Square, but dwelt and labored in Chelsea.
British chemist and physicist who in 1766 discovered hydrogen, which he called "inflammable air." He also demonstrated that it is the lightest of all the gases and established that water is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen. In 1798, Cavendish estimated with great accuracy the mean density of the Earth.