Reference numberDM/5/72C
Title'Recommended to Mr Thomas Henshaw'
DescriptionThree items: "To try whether Pebble-stones, inclosed in glasses with water, will grow..., June 3 1663"; "To inquire of the keeper of the Eelboat, the Difference of Eels, and the way of ordering them, December 30 1663" and "To examine the several waters in and about London, used for Brewing, to discover what is mixt with them, which renders them more or less fitt for brewing, January 13 1663"
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Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8237Henshaw; Thomas (1618 - 1700); alchemist and writer1618 - 1700
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