Reference numberEL/W3/128
TitleLetter, from Clifton Wintringham to the Royal Society, dated at York
CreatorWintringham; Sir; Clifton (1710-1794); English military physician
Date14 February 1714
DescriptionWishing to explain the circulation of the 'minima vasa' with the doctrine of nutrition, perspiration etc

Read to the Royal Society on 10 March 1714
Place originYork, North Yorkshire, England
Origin coordinates53.95763, -1.08271
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Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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NA2410Wintringham; Sir; Clifton (1710 - 1794)1710 - 1794
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