Early Science at Oxford

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    January 2, 1683–4. A letter from Mr. Aston mentioned an Analysis of ye stone of ye bladder, given in to ye Royall Society, by Mr. Lister; who affirms, that ye Lapidescent juices within ye body, are ye same with those which are without it; and that ye Caput mortuum of ye stone, will apply to a Magnet, like other pyrites.

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    Early Science at Oxford. Nature 117, 69 (1926) doi:10.1038/117069b0

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