Reference numberEL/M1/85
TitleWilliam Molyneux, dated at Dublin, to Francis Aston
Date7 June 1684
DescriptionSends minutes of meetings of the Dublin Society and a discourse by St George Ashe concerning a mathematical demonstration; that work on the new ship has had problems; wishes to know about inventions and discoveries in London - that they have been told about lamps for household uses and an hydraulic contrivance by Hoskins.
In postscript wishes to know about Hevelius's work; if information about the circulation of blood is required than Nehemiah Grew should be contacted
Read to the Royal Society on 18 June 1684
Extent1 side
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5638Molyneux; William (1656 - 1698)1656 - 1698
NA4559Aston; Francis (1644 - 1715)1644 - 1715
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