Reference numberDM/5/63
TitleMinutes of meetings of the Committee for Agriculture
DateJune-September 1664
DescriptionDates: 23 June, 28 July, 25 August, 22 September

The main topic discussed at these meetings was, "to compose as perfect a History of Agriculture and Gardening as might be". Towards this end, Fellows were asked to procure copies of the hstories of husbandry in different counties and shires.

Also, discussion on Charles Howard's list for Kitchen Garden, and Wintergreens.
Extent4 sides
Access statusOpen
Access conditionsOPEN - but photocopying forbidden.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7731Howard; Charles (1630 - 1713); landowner and natural philosopher1630 - 1713
NA8143Brereton; William (1631 - 1680); 3rd Baron Brereton; politician and natural philosopher1631 - 1680
NA8217Evelyn; John (1620 - 1706); antiquary, diarist, and gardener1620 - 1706
NA8189Croone; William (1633 - 1684); physician1633 - 1684
NA6148Hill; Abraham (1633 - 1721); merchant1633 - 1721
NA8001Oldenburg; Henry (c1619 - 1677); scientific correspondentc1619 - 1677
NA3354Ball; Peter (c1638 - 1675); physicianc1638 - 1675
NA4864Austen; John (1613 - 1669); religious writer1613 - 1669
NA8074Merrett; Christopher (? 1614 - 1695); physician and writer on natural philosophy? 1614 - 1695
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