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'A narration of the Experiments made June 1 1734 at the Buffaloe Tavern Bloomsbury on a Man who suffer'd himself to be bit by a Viper or common Adder and on other Animals likewise bitten by the same and other vipers drawn up by Cromwell Mortimer'

Reference number: RBO/19/9

Date: 1734

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Read to the Royal Society on 9 January 1734

Reference number
RBO/19/9
Earliest possible date
1734
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7 pages
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Manuscript

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'A narration of the Experiments made June 1 1734 at the Buffaloe Tavern Bloomsbury on a Man who suffer'd himself to be bit by a Viper or common Adder and on other Animals likewise bitten by the same and other vipers drawn up by Cromwell Mortimer', 1734, RBO/19/9, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rbo_19_9/a-narration-of-the-experiments-made-june-1-1734-at-the-buffaloe-tavern-bloomsbury-on-a-man-who-sufferd-himself-to-be-bit-by-a-viper-or-common-adder-and-on-other-animals-likewise-bitten-by-the-same-and-other-vipers-drawn-up-by-cromwell-mortimer, accessed on 20 May 2024

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