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Letter, regarding the rupture of the stomach or a large receptacle grown from the bottom of a hen's stomach from Abraham Vater to William Rutty

Reference number: CLP/15ii/15

Date: 1729

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Vater describes a hen that 'labour'd under a considerable and very hard tumorof the abdomen, which continually compelled her to sit.' An explanation of a figure is given but no figure is attached.

Subject: Veterinary medicine

Read to the Royal Society on 13 November 1729

Reference number
CLP/15ii/15
Earliest possible date
1729
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Ink on paper
Page extent
6 pages
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Manuscript

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Abraham Vater

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Abraham Vater, Letter, regarding the rupture of the stomach or a large receptacle grown from the bottom of a hen's stomach from Abraham Vater to William Rutty, 1729, CLP/15ii/15, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/clp_15ii_15/letter-regarding-the-rupture-of-the-stomach-or-a-large-receptacle-grown-from-the-bottom-of-a-hens-stomach-from-abraham-vater-to-william-rutty, accessed on 20 July 2024

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