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Reference numberMM/20/55
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Thomas Henshaw to Robert Southwell
Date16 May 1682
DescriptionCommenting on the similarity between observations of Nehemiah Grew and those of Marcello Malpighi. Henshaw attributes Southwell's susceptibility to damp weather to a phlegmatic constitution and recommends Bourdeaux claret as a remedy. Also speculation on a generation of parasitic worms and lice.
Extent3 sides
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA8282Southwell; Sir; Robert (1635 - 1702)1635 - 1702
NA8237Henshaw; Thomas (1618 - 1700); alchemist and writer1618 - 1700
NA8411Grew; Nehemiah (1641 - 1712); Plant Physiologist1641 - 1712
NA8222Malpighi; Marcello (1628 - ? 1694)1628 - ? 1694
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