Reference numberJBO/1/60
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/45
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date8 January 1662
DescriptionSir Robert Moray brought in letters from Mr Frenicle to Mr Zulilchem concerning the 'Hypothesis of Saturne' in French, and ordered they be transcribed.

Mr Rooke read a paper of Enquiries to be made in the East Indian Captains Journey, who is bound for Bantam.

The way to 'Sound the depth of the Sea' was debated.

Dr Wren brought in a scheme of a Weather Clock.

Mr Evelyn brought in and read the history of making of Marbeled paper, and order'd it be

That all the Enquiries for foreign parts be written into one paper.

Mr Henshaw read a paper of proposals for freezing of water in a globe of glass with a short neck.

Mr Brook admitted into the Society.
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