Reference numberRBO/21/9
Alternative reference numberRBO.21.41
Title'Concerning the Cure of the Bite of a Viper by Salad Oil' by Abraham Vater
Description'An Abstract by Doctor Mortimer of an inaugural Dissertation publish'd the last year at Wittemberg by Doctor Abraham Vater'
That Vater first became aware of the use of olive oil as an antidote to viper's bite in a letter from Conrad Sprengell to William Oliver in 1734
Extent5 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 40, no 451, p 440
Related records in the catalogueCLP/22ii/80
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4900Vater; Abraham (1684 - 1751)1684 - 1751
NA8055Mortimer; Cromwell (c 1699 - 1752)c 1699 - 1752
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