Reference numberRBC/2/97
Alternative reference numberRBC/2/322
Title'A Further Account of some Experiments of Transfusion made by Dr King at his own House'
Date30 May 1667
DescriptionExperiments carried out between a sheep and a dog, between a fox and a lamb

Also observations of ants; of a cat dissected alive; of strangling a dog and trying to bring it back to life; of dissecting a bitch that had just copulated

Read to the Royal Society on 25 July 1667
Extent5 sides
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueRBO/3/58
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