Reference numberRBC/2/68
Alternative reference numberRBC/2/219
Title'The Effects of Tobacco Oyle' by Daniel Cox
Date3 May 1665
DescriptionThat tobacco was distilled into three substances - liquor, oil and a salt
That a young man became very ill after putting a drop of tobacco oil on his tongue - that a cat went wild after taking one drop of the oil and died - Cox gives details of the dissection of cat
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueRBO/3/29
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