Reference numberEL/W3/132
TitleLetter, from Perrott Williams to James Jurin, dated at Haverfordwest
CreatorWilliams; Perrott (fl 1722-1733); physician
Date23 April 1724
DescriptionStates that he has not been able to obtain numbers and lists of names of those who have died from smallpox because occurrences of the disease have ceased in Pembroke for the last year; states that he will make a weather diary
Place originHaverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Origin coordinates51.80169, -4.96914
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URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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NA5031Jurin; James (1684 - 1750); physician1684 - 1750
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