Reference numberJBO/1/48
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/35
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date9 October 1661
DescriptionA Living Cameleon was brought in, and presented the Society from Mr Clayton by Dr Henshaw:

Mr Povey proposed to the Society to procure correspondency in Africa.

My Lord Brouoncker read a Letter of Mr Wren to Sir Paul Neile concerning the hypothesis of Saturne; and ordered it be entered in the book of Letters.

Sir Robert Moray read a Letter from Mr Hugens de Zulichem, concerning some observations of Saturne. Ordered to be entered.

Mr Croone, Dr Pope, and Mr Rooke nominated a Committee to view the propositions for enquiries for foreign parts.

Dr Ent brought in his reason of the heate in Summer and cold in winter: which was read by the Lord Brouncker, and order'd it bee Regosterd in a booke of Theories.

That A Booke be provided to Register all Theoryes

Mr Clayton Admitted into the Society.
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