Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Stallo, John Bernhard
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Stallo, John Bernhard
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STALLO, John Bernhard, diplomatist, b. in Sierhausen, Oldenburg, 16 March, 1823; d. in Rome, Italy, Jan., 1900. He came to this country, and New York city till 1847, studied law, and was a judge of the Cincinnati court of common pleas in 1853-'5. He took part in the Liberal Republican movement of 1872, and was appointed minister to Italy in 1885. He is the author of “General Principles of the Philosophy of Nature” (Boston, 1848) and “Concepts and Theories of Modern Physics” (New York, 1882).