Reference numberCLP/3i/27
TitlePapers, 'Several papers about dying [dyeing]' from The [Theodore] de Vaux
DescriptionCollection of slips of paper containing instructions in English, French, and Latin of how to make various types of dyes, dating from 1630-1650. Preceded by the minutes of a committee for dyeing that met on 28 May 1666 at Sir George Ent's house which included Th [Theodore de Vaux], Hook [Robert Hooke], [Henry] Oldenburg, Mr Coxe, [Daniel?] Colwall, and [William] Quatremain.

Subject: Industry

Communicated by Theodore de Vaux.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8242Hooke; Robert (1635 - 1703); natural philosopher1635 - 1703
NA8001Oldenburg; Henry (c1619 - 1677); scientific correspondentc1619 - 1677
NA5627Vaux; Sir; Theodore de (c1628 - 1694); physicianc1628 - 1694
NA3352Ent; Sir; George (1604 - 1689); physician1604 - 1689
NA5431Quatremain; William (c1618 - 1667); physicianc1618 - 1667
NA8178Colwall; Daniel (- 1690); merchant and philanthropist - 1690
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