PART I. NEW SOURCES OF POWER
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Royal Institution in London. He took careful notes of these lectures and when he had finished his apprenticeship he sent them to Sir Humphry Davy, who was so impressed that he made Faraday his laboratory assistant. By the time Davy retired Faraday had done so well that he succeeded him as Director.