Reference numberJBO/1/33
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/22
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date19 June 1661
DescriptionA loadstone brought in, that weighs 2lb. 0 2 oz and an Anchor which weighs- 11 lb - 10 oz

Dr Charleton brought in and read his paper concerning Venoms.

That two puppies be procured against next day.

Mr Povey iasked to being in an account of Brass.

That Sir Gilbert Talbots Experiments of sympathetick cures be Registered win Fol 31

Sir Robert Moray and Mr Hammond produced their Sympathetick powders.

Mr Evelyn asked to bring in next day that 'Pouder of Sympathie' he has of Sir Gilbert Talbots' making.

Mr Popeaskd to continue his experiment of breaking of pebbles

Mr Boyle's flat marble experiment to be made next day.

That the poisonnous arrows which Mr Vermuyden brought in, be tried upon a dog, next day.
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URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
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