Reference numberRBO/9/107
Alternative reference numberRBO.9.302
Title'Remarques sur la Peste de Copenhagen'
DescriptionPaper brought by Mr Chamberlayne on the plague at Copenhagen which began in the beginning of July 1711 and decreased by September the same year. There were 60,000 inhabitants before the plague. It was thought that about 2,000 were born every year and about the same number died each year; it was thought that the plague killed 25,000 people.
Read to the Royal Society on 11 December 1712
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueCLP/14ii/3
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