Reference numberJBO/1/46
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/34
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date25 September 1661
DescriptionMr Croone intreated to try some esperiment of the weights of liquors.

That My Lord Brouoncker be pleased to make the experiments of two Pendulums.

Sir William Petty promised his discourse of Clothing.

That Dr Goddard bee pleased to goe on with his tryalls of sinking onely bodys under the super=ficies of water.

That Dr Charleton bee pleased to try the experiment of freezing of salt water.
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