Reference numberCMB/63/50
TitleMinutes of a meeting of the Repository Committee of the Royal Society
Date2 April 1733
DescriptionPresent: Mr Dixon in the chair; Mr Richard Graham; Mr Vincent Bacon; Mr Bogdani; Taylor White Esq.; Mr woolaston; Dr Cromwell Mortimer

' Ordered that Mr Phillips do prepre and make aCabinet to contain the Human curiosities, after the same model as those he formerly made, and place it in the Gallery between the Chimney and window.

The Committee proceeded to examin the Quadrupeds and numbered them to 54.

And adjourned to Fryday next at the same hour.

And Mortimer was desired to proceed in making out a catalogue of the Serpents. '
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