|Title||Unpublished letter and paper, on medical electricity by John Birch|
|Description||Birch's paper describes the application of electricity and electric shocks to treat certain diseases. Birch describes his contributions to and the design of an electric machine, as well as his system of practice developed from years of experiments with electricity. Birch uses his machine to relieve acute pain, stop spasms, revive paralysed muscles, and remove 'obstructions'. Preceded by an introductory letter from Birch to Watson.|
Written at Essex Street [London].
|Physical description||Ink on paper|
|Related records in the catalogue||AP/5/9/1|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA7588||Watson; Sir; William (1715 - 1787)||1715 - 1787|