Reference numberMS/100/1
TitleThree letters on physiology by Michael Rosa
DescriptionLetters from Chevalier Michela Rosa of Modena concerning his physiological discoveries. Three letters with two sets of supplementary case studies, the second loosely inserted into the volume.

A note at the beginning of this volume states that the group of materials was: 'Presented Apr. 29 1784 by the Translator Marquis de Hautefort', presumably Armand-Charles de Hautefort (1741-1805), 7th Marquess, translating from Italian to French.
Extent1 volume
Physical descriptionPaper, bound in marbled paper boards.
Access statusOpen
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