Reference numberL&P/1/405
TitlePaper, 'Of the woman burnt to ashes at Ipswich' by R Love
DescriptionSubject: Physiology

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'An extract, by Mr. Paul Rolli, F. R. S. of an Italian treatise, written by the Reverend Joseph Bianchini, a prebend in the city of Verona; upon the death of the countess Cornelia Zangári & Bandi, of Ceséna. To which are subjoined accounts of the death of Jo Hitchell, who was burned to death by lightning; and of Grace Pett at Ipswich, whose body was consumed to a Coal'

Read 20 June 1745
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1744.0088
Related records in the catalogueL&P/1/404
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