An account of the dissection of a Porpess, promised numb. 74; made, and communicated in a letter of Sept. 12 1671, by the learned Mr. John Ray, having there in obser'd some things omitted by Rondeletius

@article{RayAnAO,
  title={An account of the dissection of a Porpess, promised numb. 74; made, and communicated in a letter of Sept. 12 1671, by the learned Mr. John Ray, having there in obser'd some things omitted by Rondeletius},
  author={J. Ray},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  volume={6},
  pages={2274 - 2279}
}
  • J. Ray
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
  • Sir, About the later end of April 1669, being at Westchester with my Lord Bishop of that Diocess, in the company of Fr. Willugbby Esq; I had the good fortune to meet with a young Porpess a convenient size for Dissection, brought thither by some Fishermen.who caught him upon the Sands, where the Tide had left him; in the Anatomy whereof I observed some things omitted by Rondeletius in his Description of the Dolphin. 
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