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Subject: Geography

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Of the vitriolic waters of Amlwch, in the isle of Anglesey ; with occasional Remarks on the hartsell spaw, described in the first Volume of the Edinburgh essays and observations physical and literary, and in the 49th volume of the philosophical transactions, and their comparison with other waters of the same class. By John Rutty, M. D'

Read 17 January 1760

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15 December 1759
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Paper, 'Of the vitrolic waters of Amlwch' by John Rutty, 15 December 1759, L&P/3/409, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 29 May 2024

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