Reference numberJBO/1/19
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/13
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date20 March 1661
DescriptionThat the Amanuensis make the 'Experiment of the Calcination of Antimony whether it increaseth or not', and weigh it before and after, in and out of the water.

Voted that the Number of the Society be enlarged.

Ordered that Dr Charleton be the first put to Scrutiny the next day.

That the Gentlemen of Gresham College be Overseers for the roome for the Society's Meeting.

Dr Quatremains and Mr John Vaughan voted into the Society.

Dr Petty asked that before he goes into Ireland he will deliver to the Company his relation [account]of Clothing.
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URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
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