Reference numberMS/100
Previous numbersMS 100; MS 101
TitleLetters on physiology by Michael Rosa
DescriptionLetters from Chevalier Michela Rosa of Modena concerning his physiological discoveries. Notes on the two main volumes state that this group of materials was presented on 29 April 1784 and 17 March 1785 respectively, by the translator the 'Marquis de Hautefort', presumably Armand-Charles de Hautefort (1741-1805), 7th Marquess, translating from Italian to French.

These letters are in fact memoirs cast in an epistolary form.
Extent2 volumes
Physical descriptionPaper
DimensionsVarious sizes
Finding aidsA table of contents is found at the front of MS/100/1
Access statusOpen
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