Reference numberJBO/1/30
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/20
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date28 May 1661
DescriptionSir Kenelme Digby brought in and read his relation [account] of plants and animals, and asked to publish it, and to leave the original in the Society's custody.

Ordered also that everyone of this Society, that has and shall publish any work, to give the Society one copy.

Mr Dudly Palmer admitted into the Society.

Dr Wilkins, Dr Ent, Dr Whistler, Dr Ward, Dr Henshaw, and Mr Rooke, appointed a Committee for the matters of fact concerning the rising of liquors in small pipes.

Dr Clarke asked to bring in the Experiment of injections, into the veines.
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
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