Reference numberEL/E/10
TitleExtract of a letter, from Revered Charles Ellis to Edward Tyson
CreatorEllis; Charles (1663-); priest
Date14 July 1699
DescriptionObservations of travels in the Netherlands and Belgium - for example, a deaf and dumb girl who was taught to speak by Arnand; a physic garden in Amsterdam; dials at Leige and the hope to have a water dial; the eye condition of a five-year-old boy
Read to the Royal Society on 2 August 1699
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7032Tyson; Edward (1651 - 1708); physician and anatomist1651 - 1708
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