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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 20: (search)
nt de faire ici une perte immense, par la mort si inattendue du plus grand anatomiste de notre siecle, le Professeur Jean Muller. Johann Muller had recently died, only fifty-seven years old. C'est une perte toute aussi immense pour les sciences, que la ├ęte pour les arts la mort de limmortel sculpteur Rauch. Rauch, who died in 1857, was above eighty, and seemed, until shortly before his death, destined to many years of health. When Humboldt kept his eighty-seventh birthday, the 14th September, 1856, with his niece, the admirable Mad. de Bulow, at Tegel, the favorite residence of her father, and of his brother William, he desired to have only one other person of the party, and that was Rauch, undoubtedly then the first of living sculptors. (Note by Mr. Ticknor.) L'universalite deseconnaissances zoologiques dans les classes inferieures de organization, rapprochait Jean Muller de Cuvier, ayant une grande preeminence dans la finesse du travail anatomique et physiologique. II a exe