Reference numberCMB/63/52
TitleMinutes of a meeting of the Repository Committee of the Royal Society
Date10 April 1733
DescriptionPresent: Mr Theobalds in the chair; Mr Richard Graham; Mr Bogdani; Mr Mortimer; Mr Wray; Mr Woolaston; Mr Dixon; Taylor White Esq.

' The Committee proceeded to number the Quadrupeds to number 131 and then proceeded to examine the Serpents and numbered them from number 132 to 162

And adjourned to Friday next at 5 o clock, when they design to examin the Birds. '
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