Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
A Manuscript Note-book, c 1681-c 1693
Notes on precious stones, colours, temperatures, salts, medical matters, alchemy and other subjects, in English and Latin.
Alexius Pedemontanus: Secrets
Recipes taken from the 'Secretes' in the English translation of William Warde (London, 1558). At fo. 66v is a Latin recipe in the main hand, and at fo. 67 recipes in another hand, continued at the foot of 66v. At fo. 67v is yet another recipe in a crude 17th cent. hand, also to be found in scribblings inside the back cover. fo. 68: wanting.
Chemical Observations and Related Notes
A series of descriptions of, and observations on, various chemical experiments, fos 1-67, with an index at fos 77v-79r. This is followed by medical recipes written in another hand, fos 68-76 and 84v, the last of which is dated 1706. On fo. 1 in the second hand is 'John Fry / Wooburne / Beddfordshire', and opposite in the same hand 'Hic Liber est meus'. Most of the versos are blank. Loose in the book are accounts on a slip of paper dated 6 April 74.
Edmund Leigh: Commonplace book
Contains notes and extracts on philosophy, astronomy, natural history and medicine. fo. 2: 'Edmundus Lëus 1607'.
John Bastwick: Diploma
Medical Lecture Notes
Shorthand notes taken at a series of medical lectures, possibly in Edinburgh.
(fo. 1) prescriptions; (fos 1-20) 101 numbered sections; (fos 20v-30) others not numbered; (fos 30-38v) table to remaining fos, first leaf missing; (fos 38v-40) pen trials; (fo. 40v) additional prescriptions; (fos 41-86v) sections 1-212 (213-32 missing).
Memoranda and reminisces of Sir Humphry Davy Rolleston (1862-1944)
Papers of Frederick Gowland Hopkins
Praxis of a French Physician
250 folios: a collection of formulae, prescriptions and medical recipes arranged according to the class of remedy described, and divided into two books, the second dealing with external remedies only. Each book is subdivided into sections. On p. i the name Boussac occurs in the same hand as the writer of the book, and the same name occurs stamped on the binding. There are no initials.
Thomas Frewen: Medical Treatise
'Encheiridion: technicum ad memoriam acuendam in re medica', written not earlier than November 1761, 98 folios. The MS is probably a first draft of Physiologia: or the doctrine of nature, where substantial portions of the present treatise are repeated without alteration. The author's bookplate is inside the front cover and his printed stamp is impressed on page 1.
Thomas Man: Cambridge University Medical Diploma
Transcriptions of Sir John Mandeville, 'Vita S. Albani de Alemannia,' and an incomplete Herbal
Transcribed by George Parker from Bodleian Library MS Add. C 280. Both apparently unprinted.
Treatise on Respiratory and other Diseases
William Butterfield Papers
William Coe: Diary
Diary, 25 December 1693 - 25 May 1729, 111 folios. At fo. 102 is an account of Jonas Hubbart, 1688. Fos 88-99 are blank.