Reference numberCLP/15i/21
TitlePaper, 'Concerning worms found in the liver of some animals' by unknown author
DateJuly 1668
DescriptionThe author shares observations on worms in the livers of animals, made on 6 July 1668 at the King's library. On the reverse are observations of a horizontal eclipse of the moon, seen on 26 May 1668, copied from 'the mathematical register of the company, which meets in the King's library at Paris'. Includes one figure of a number of fish drawn inside each other with the caption '13 May 11 June 29 June 13 July', labelled on reverse as 'Colonel Blunts fishes'.

Subject: Zoology
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
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