Reference numberRBO/9/46
Alternative reference numberRBO.9.71
Title'Memoriall to live under the Equinoctial and between the Tropicks, the Common distempers incident to the Inhabitants of those climates with the Manner of Cure by the Natives [sic] and likewise by other European practitioners in Physick'
DescriptionCompares Fort St George in the East Indies and York Fort belonging to the Old East India Company on the Island of Sumatra on matters affecting the general health of the indigenous population; discussing ailments that are prevalent and how they are treated
Smallpox discussed
Extent5 sides
Access statusOpen
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