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Edward Hussey Delaval (born 1729; died 14 August 1814 in Westminster) was a scholar and scientist. He shared the 1766 Copley Medal where he was cited for his research on metals and glass.[1] His interest in glass included its use in music. His performances on musical glasses became well-known,[2] and may have inspired Benjamin Franklin's glass harmonica.[3] References ^ Copley archived winners ^ Neurology of the Arts: Painting, Music, Literature By F. Clifford Rose, ebrary Inc: pg 212 ^ Glass Harmonica site v · d · eCopley Medallists John Canton (1751) · John Pringle (1752) · Benjamin Franklin (1753) · William Lewis (1754) · John Huxham (1755) · Charles Cavendish (1757) · John Dollond (1758) · John Smeaton (1759) · Benjamin Wilson (1760) · John Canton (1764) · William Brownrigg / Edward Delaval / Henry Cavendish (1766) · John Ellis (1767) · Peter Woulfe (1768) · William Hewson (1769) · William Hamilton (1770) · Matthew Raper (1771) · Joseph Priestley (1772) · John Walsh (1773) · Nevil Maskelyne (1775) · James Cook (1776) · John Mudge (1777) · Charles Hutton (1778) · Samuel Vince (1780) · William Herschel (1781) · Richard Kirwan (1782) · John Goodricke / Thomas Hutchins (1783) · Edward Waring (1784) · William Roy (1785) · John Hunter (1787) · Charles Blagden (1788) · William Morgan (1789) · James Rennell / Jean-André Deluc (1791) · Benjamin Thompson (1792) · Alessandro Volta (1794) · Jesse Ramsden (1795) · George Atwood (1796) · George Shuckburgh-Evelyn / Charles Hatchett (1798) · John Hellins (1799) · Edward Charles Howard (1800) Complete roster: 1731–1750 · 1751–1800 · 1801–1850 · 1851–1900 · 1901–1950 · 1951–2000 · 2001–present Authority control: PND: 128846720 | LCCN: n85199419 | VIAF: 22226528 | WorldCat Persondata Name Delaval, Edward Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1729 Place of birth Date of death 14 August 1814 Place of death