Library: British Library, London

Manuscript: Sloane MS 4044

Folio: ff. 56-57

Microfilm: The History of Science and Technology Series One: The Papers of Sir Hans Sloane, 1660-1753 From the British Library, London Part 1: Science & Society, 1660-1773 Reel 5 Sloane Mss. 4044, 4045 98463


Language: English

Letter Categories:
Medical
Travel

Letter Subject:
Surgery


Date of letter (as written): June 6, 1715 (Gregorian)

Standardised date: 1715-06-06

Letter Origin (as written): from Mr. Bickerstaffs house near the Swan tavern at Chelsey

Letter Destination (as written): To Doctor Hans Sloane at his house in Bloomsbury Square London

Author(s):
Antony Picenini

Recipient(s):
Sir Hans Sloane

Others Mentioned:
Mr. Bickerstaff

Letter written about self or others: Self

Single or Multiple Sufferers: Single Sufferer


Patients Mentioned in Letter:

Patient 1

Antony Picenini (Male)

Age of Patient:

Description of Patient: Picenini is recovering from a surgical procedure.

Previous Treatment: Minor surgical procedure. See: Sloane MS 4044, fol. 41.

Ongoing Treatment: He moved from a room on St Albans Street to 'the Swan Tavern at Chelsey' hoping the change in air will benefit him.

Diagnosis:

Response:

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Transcription:

Other Notes:
Picenini assures Sloane that he will soon be fit for travel. Antony Picenini was a physician.