|Contribution||Made objectives of Selligue type, but with the flat surface of the plano-concave lens facing the object.|
|Notes||This gave less spherical aberration. If the spelling of his name is correct, this presumably refers to Jean Chevallier of Paris (1778-1848). Bradbury refers to Chevalier's work on Selligue type of multiple-lens microscope in 1824.|
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