Reference numberCLP/4i/15
TitlePaper, 'A new frigorick experiment by Robert Boyle showing how a considerable degree of cold may be suddainly produced with out the help of snow, ice, haile, wind, or niter, and that at any time of the year' by an anonymous author
DescriptionObserves the how temperatures can drop suddeny with snow, ice, wind and niter

This subject will it self, it is presumed, without any other preamble, speak the cause, why this present paper is published at this (unusual) time of the month: though, by the by, it may not be amiss to add on this occasion, that the publisher of these tracts never meant so to confine himself to a set time, as not to retain the liberty of taking any other, when there is occasion.

Subject: Meteorology

Read to the Royal Society on 11 July 1666
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1665.0106
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 1, no 15, p 255 (1665)
Related records in the catalogueRBC/2/79
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8137Boyle; Robert (1627 - 1691); natural philosopher and chemist1627 - 1691
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