Reference numberLBO/25/52
Alternative reference numberLBO/25/159
TitleCopy letter from Thomas Steward, Bury St Edmunds, to Cromwell Mortimer
Date1 November 1758
Description ' Containing a Disquisition on a Plant recommended as a Specific for curing the Bite of a mad Dog, under the name of Stellaria or Star of the Earth, and hitherto supposed to be the Lichnia viscosa floremus cosa C.B. which h e now concludes to be the Coronopus or Bruchs Horn Plantain. '

Read to the Royal Society on 22 February 1738
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