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Reference numberJBO/1/17
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/12
LevelItem
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date13 March 1661
DescriptionMr Evelyn produced a relation Concerning Tenariff.

Dr Devaux showed some curious stones to the Company, and was then propos'd as a Candidate

A Relation [account]of the 'Making of Ceruse' brought in and read to the Company by Sir Robert Moray

Ordered that a Committee be sent to examine the making of the Ceruse; viz Dr Goddard, Dr Petty, Dr Merrett, Dr Whistler, the Lord Brouncker, Mr Austin.

Ordered that it be free for any member of the Society to have copies of any thing registered, and not to communicate them, to strangers without the Society's leave, unless it be his own paper.
Extent1p
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
URLhttps://ttp.royalsociety.org/ttp/ttp.html?id=a2ca205b-6e3e-45b4-83a3-d1624ab33b5e&type=book&_ga=2.105905027.1616411845.1644832495-1539009595.1644832495
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