Reference numberJBO/1/13
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/10
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date25 February 1661
DescriptionSir H Blunt be be added to the names of those that desire to be proposed.

Dr Wallis is propos'd to the Scrutiny the next day.

That it be referr'd to Mr Rooke and Mr Croone to consider the Particulars of their first meeting

That the Amanuensis attend every meeting -day to set down such things in writing as the Company shall think fit, and his salary to be increased 40s per annum, in all 4lb. per annum.

That the persons who have been imploy'd to make the Extraction out of severall Authors for forraign Enquiries be a Committee for Collecting such particulars as are most fit for the

That the Experiment of the Copppells made at the Tower be registered.

That an Essay [assay] Furnace be built and an accurate Beam provided for the use of the Company.
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