Reference numberL&P/3/257
TitleLetter, 'Of the effects of prickly pear and of indigo in colouring the juices of living animals' from Alexander Garden to Henry Baker
Date23 June 1757
DescriptionSubject: Botany

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'The effects of the opuntia, or prickly pear, and of the indigo plant, in colouring the juices of living animals'

Read 23 June 1757
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1757.0037
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2641Garden; Alexander (1730 - 1791); botanist1730 - 1791
NA6218Baker; Henry (1698 - 1774); naturalist and poet1698 - 1774
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