Observations of a bladder stone taken from a dead man by the Marquis de Caumont to Hans Sloane

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                                But I am aware, Sir, that I do but Stammer 
on a subject quite foreign to me. Curiosity, join’d to 
the perfect Veneration I have for you, were my 
motives in examining it.. All Europe does justice 
to your merit. Such a Suffrage as mine can add 
nothing to your Reputation, and only does honr 
to my Discernment. <s>If you honour/favour me with an
ansr, which your politeness makes me hope for,
You may write in Latin: as I imagine <s>that <\s> the 
use of that Language is more familiar to you 
than that of the french.<\s>
I have the honour to be with the 
greatest Respect,
Sir, Yr Most humble and most 
obedient Servt 
The Marquis of Caumont 
                            
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Author
Joseph de Seytres , Hans Sloane
Reference
CLP/12ii/59
Series
Cl.P
Date
1732
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Observations of a bladder stone taken from a dead man by the Marquis de Caumont to Hans Sloane, 1732. From The Royal Society, CLP/12ii/59

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