Reference numberRBO/9/42
Alternative reference numberRBO.9.62
Title'Account of a Person who took great Quantities of Opium without its Causing Sleep attested by several Physicians'
DescriptionThat Mrs Lovelock, taken by fever, was given various quantities of opium (details given) from 28 January to 31 January 1701. She died on 1 February.
Case in the hands of three physicians and an apothecary: Francis Willis of Oxford, Stephen Flavell, John Cooke and Richard Fanner, all of Newbury
Signed in the presence of Richard Smith, Richard Spicer, Roger Garnham

Read to the Royal Society on 9 April 1701
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 22 (1700), p 999
Related records in the catalogueCLP/14i/56
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