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Paper, 'Of injecting a liquor during tapping' by Stephen Hales

Reference number: L&P/1/260

Date: 22 February 1743


Subject: Medicine

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'A method of conveying liquors into the abdomen during the operation of tapping; proposed by the Reverend Stephen Hales, D. D. and F. R. S. on occasion of the preceding paper; communicated in a letter to Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. Secr. R. S'

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22 February 1743
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Stephen Hales

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