Reference numberRBO/20/1
Alternative reference numberRBO.20.1
Title'Account of the Peruvian or Jesuit's Bark by John Gray'
DescriptionGray was at Cartagena in the Spanish West Indies
Account extracted from some papers given to hm by William Arrot, a Scottish surgeon, who had gathered it at the place where it grows in Peru
Read to the Royal Society on 28 October 1736
Extent8 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 40, no 446, p 81
Related records in the catalogueCLP/10ii/23
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1108Gray; John (- 1769); mathematician - 1769
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