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Reference numberL&P/1/269
LevelItem
TitleLetter, 'Concerning a case of tumour' from Johanne Francisco de Camillis to Didacus de Revillas
Date1743
Description13 pages in Latin and 16 pages of English translation. Contains three figures of tumour.

Subject: Physiology

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Historia brevis morbi, quo decessit Reverendissimus Pater Jos. Bolognini, Abbas Ss. Bonifacii & Alexii de Urbe, atque Congregationis Hieronymianæ Procurator generalis; excerpta per C. M. R. S. Secr. ex Epistola ab Domino Johanne Francisco de Camillis, M. D. Scripta ad Virum clarissimum Didacum de Revillas, Abbatem Hieronymianum, in Romano Sapientiæ Archigymnasio publico Matheseos Professorem, Regalis Londini Societatis Sodalem, &c'

Read 15 March 1744.
LanguageLatin
Extent30p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionLetter on paper and illustration on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1744.0014
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA1124Revillas; Didacus de (fl 1731 - 1734)fl 1731 - 1734
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