Reference numberEL/S1/132
TitleLetter from J Sturdy, dated at Thurnham
CreatorSturdy; John (fl 1675)
Date14 November 1675
DescriptionPromises to send some iron ore stating that it is used as medicine for cattle; suggesting works on alchemy to read; discussing the body being composed of small capillary tubes; wishes for papers by John Beale on 'tongue grafting'
Extent1 side
Place originThurnham, Lancashire, England
Origin coordinates53.99534, -2.83507
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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