Reference numberEL/A/29
TitleMinutes of the Dublin Philosophical Society, sent by St George Ashe, dated at Trinity College Dublin
DescriptionMinutes of the Philosophical Society of Dublin held between 5 and 29 June 1685
Matters discussed:
- questions about the weather
- an odd meteor in Italy
- presentation of a new journal of medicine
- a description of a large fish
- bones found in an urn
Note from Ashe says that there was little to report and that he was enclosing a letter from Dr Willoughby and a paper from Dr Tolet
Read to the Royal Society on 15 July 1685
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Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueLBO/10/60
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5799Ashe; St George (1658 - 1718); Bishop of Derry and scholar1658 - 1718
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