Reference numberLBO/25
TitleCopies of letters sent to the Royal Society - Volume XXV
DescriptionFair copies of letters sent to the Royal Society

Please note 'RefNo' refers to the number of the document, and the 'AltRefNo' refers to the page number in the volume where the letter can be found.

On page 358 it states;
Appendix containing Doctor Lobb's Experiments and Observations on Dissolution of the human Calculus by various Menstrua. '

On page 422 it states;
A further Prosecution of the foregoing Course of Experiments toward finding Dissolvents for the Stone containg Trials on Calculi with the Infusions of Bread, and small and Strong Beer. '
Extent1 volume
Physical descriptionLeather bound volume
Access statusOpen
Related materialSome originals of letters in Early Letters
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