|Title||Paper, 'On a clepsydra' by [John] Awbrey [Aubrey] |
|Description||Paper regarding Aubrey's earlier rejected proposals on blood transfusions between animals and humans and reports of an aero-clepsydra with bellows created by an acquaintance of Aubrey. The invention was brought to the Royal Society by Edmund Wylde and John Aubrey, and was judged as ingenious by Robert Hooke. Figure of the aero-clepsydra attached.|
Subject: Medicine / Scientific Instruments
Read to the Royal Society on 12 December 1667.
|Physical description||Ink on paper|
|Related records in the catalogue||CLP/12i/17/1|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA8372||Aubrey; John (1626 - 1697); antiquary and biographer||1626 - 1697|