Reference numberEL/H3/101
TitleLetter, from John Horsley to James Jurin, dated at Widdington
CreatorHorsley; John (1685-1732); natural philosopher; antiquarian
Date1 July 1723
DescriptionAccount of a man called Thomas Brown who suffered from double vision following a fall from a horse
Place originWiddrington, Northumberland, England, United Kingdom
Origin coordinates55.25, -1.58333
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Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5031Jurin; James (1684 - 1750); physician1684 - 1750
NA8080Horsley; John (1685 - 1732); archaeologist1685 - 1732
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