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Reference numberJBO/1/59
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/44
LevelItem
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date1 January 1662
DescriptionMr Colwall brought in a Captain of an East India Ship, who offered the Society to observe such inquiries the Company will propose unto him.

That Mr Croone to write to Dr Power to Observe the weathers at Hayly fax.

Dr Wren asked to draw up a Scheme for a weather Clock against next day.

Mr Powle asked to observe the Weather at home, and to give an account at his convenience.

That foue or five 'Copies of Inquiries for foreign parts ' be made and given to Mr Powey.

Mr Oldenburg read a paper concerning a new manner of cutting the stone out of a man's bladder.

Sir Robert Paston subscribed his name .

Mr Winthrop was admitted into the Society.

Dr Wren asked to prosecute his proposed designeof secveral round pastboards with bullets, to try their velocity of falling.

Dr Wilkins produced his Engine for hearing.

Mr Le Febvre shewed the Company a piece a piece of mineral Sulphur, as clear and white as crystal.
Extent2p
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
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