Reference numberEL/S2/88
TitleSeveral observations sent by John Scheuchzer
DescriptionRead to the Royal Society on 8 February 1733 - barometric observations from St Gothard's Mount in Switzerland by Father Gardians of the Capuchins of St Gothard

Read to the Royal Society on 16 December 1731 - observation of cataracts of the eye; concerning icy dendrites; a membranous kidney of a hog with the ureter extended; unusual crystals in Switzerland

Read to the Royal Society on 1 March 1733 - the anatomy of a male badger; observations of a lunar eclipse under the meridian of Lucern on 13 February 1729

Read to the Royal Society on 27 April 1732 - concerning 'mola' in the womb; crystals of sal scoliense; concerning a worm found in the skin of a weezel; concerning flies at Baden
Extent14 sides
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA562Scheuchzer; John Caspar (1702 - 1729)1702 - 1729
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