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Tufts, Cotton, 1732-1815. A.D. (in hand of Cotton Tufts); 1 side (4 pages), circa 1787, 1787 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2Identifier: B MS c30
Scope and Contents: Contains a document sent by Tufts to an unknown recipient regarding articles and essays he recommends for publication, likely by the Massachusetts Medical Society, which may be "entertaining & useful to our country practitioners." These include a case history of a patient with a retroverted uterus by Edward Augustus Holyoke (1728-1828), and a history of emphysema by Isaac Rand (1743-1882), both A.B., Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Tufts, Cotton, 1732-1815. A.D.s. to Rev. Mr. John Brown; Weymouth, Mass., 1 side (2 pages), 1757 June 25, 1757 June 25 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 13Identifier: B MS c30
Scope and Contents: Receipt for John Brown of Hingham, Massachusetts, for visits of Tufts to his Brown's sister, Abigail, and medicines administered.

Tufts, Cotton, 1732-1815. A.L. (incomplete) to [ ]; Weymouth, Massachusetts, 1 side (4 pages), 1782 June 29, 1782 June 29 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: B MS c30
Scope and Contents: Correspondence to an unknown recipient regarding Tufts' patient, Richard Cranch, who complained of bowel issues. Tufts prescribed Cranch an emetic and cathartics.

Tufts, Cotton, 1732-1815. A.L. [to Thomas Boylston Adams]; Weymouth, Mass., 1 side (2 pages), 1799 July 31, 1799 July 31 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 3Identifier: B MS c30
Scope and Contents: Correspondence to Thomas Boylston Adams, A.B., Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, regarding financial accounts and the status of a home improvement project. Tufts also writes he is returning to Adams a copy of Edward Jenner's An Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of the Variolæ Vaccinæ (1798).

Tufts, Cotton, 1732-1815. A.L. (unsigned) to Simon Tufts; 1 side (4 pages), undated Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 7Identifier: B MS c30
Scope and Contents: Correspondence to his brother concerning patients of Tufts who suffered from fever. He describes several cases where symptoms included "violent cough" and bleeding at the gums.