Reference numberCLP/14i/8a
TitleLetter, 'An additional account concerning James Oddy' from Th [Thomas] Bateson to Dr Vavasor
Date22 January 1669
DescriptionBateson describes the case of a man living in Helpby [Helperby, North Yorkshire, England] who suffered from an ulcer in his side that voided a matter similar to 'fish skins and egg yolks'. Bateson had previously treated the man but could not remember what remedies he had given him. Another account of Oddy's illness is found at CLP/14i/8.

Subject: Medicine

Communicated by S P [Sir Paul] Neile. Read to the Royal Society on 11 February 1669.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueCLP/14i/8
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8265Neile; Sir; Paul (1613 - 1686); courtier and patron of science1613 - 1686
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