|Title||Paper, 'A new, cheape, and delicate fire of cole [coal] balls, wherein seacole is by the mixture of other combustible bodies both sweetned and multiplied' by Theodore de Vaux|
|Description||De Vaux describes a new way to create fuel for fire using lome [loam] gathered during winter, water, and seacole [sea coal]. He explains that this method is commonly used in Liège [Wallonia, Belgium], and then goes on to explain how to create the best fire using the substance.|
Read to the Royal Society on 24 October 1666.
|Physical description||Ink on paper|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA5627||Vaux; Sir; Theodore de (c1628 - 1694); physician||c1628 - 1694|