Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846, A.L.s. (copy) to Horton Howard; Cambridge, 3 sides (5 pages), 1831 March 10, 1831 March 10 Digital
Scope and Contents
Correspondence to Quaker physician Howard discussing the 1809 trial and acquittal of Samuel Thomson, Thomsonian medicine, and Waterhouse's admiration of Thomson's contributions to the medical field, such as the discovery of the emetic plant Lobelia inflata.
- 1831 March 10
Language of Materials
Collection is in English, French, and Latin.
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Extent02.25 cubic feet (6 flat storage boxes)
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