Reference numberJBO/1/21
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/13
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date27 March 1661
DescriptionTo Enquire whether the flakes of snow are bigger or lesser in Tenarifff then here.

Whether the 'grosse fume of oyl of Tartar mixt with aquaforte' will ascend as much, more, or lesse, above than below the mountain of Tenariff.

Adders to be provided to try the 'Experiment of the Stones'.

Dr Petty to be asked for his paper on clothing.

Dr Goddard moved a way to 'Measure the compression of the Aire'.

Mr Boyle to be intreated to hasten with the alteration of his Engine.

The Amanuensis to enquire for My Lord Brouncker's Lodging, and ask of him the paper of the relation of Tenariff and Monsieur Le Febvre's book: and the Amanuensis to calcine Antimony according to the description there in contained.
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
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