Philosophical Transactions (Abridgement Series)/Volume 18

Volume 18 (for 1796-1800) of
The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London,
from their commencement, in 1665, to the year 1800;
abridged, with notes and biographic illustrations,
by Charles Hutton, LL.D, FRS, George Shaw, MD, FRS, FLS,
and Richard Pearson, MD, FSA
 (1809) 

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society is a scientific journal published by the Royal Society, begun in 1665. The abridgement series printed in 1809 covers the content of the original volumes covering the period 1665-1800. The biographies were new in the 1809 publication, apparently written by the abridgement editors.

  • Page 1 (pages 1-3): Of the Influence of Cold on the Health of the Inhabitants of London.
By Wm. Heberden, Jun., M.D., F.R.S.
(External link to Phil. Trans. (Abridgement Series, 1809) vol.18 (for 1796-1800), pp.1-3)