Reference numberJBO/1/69
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/51
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date12 March 1662
DescriptionMr Boyle brought in a Composition called Rusma which being put on a hairey Arme tooke off the haire without pain in a very short time, as 2 or 3 minutes

Sir William Persall made some Experiments of his Loadstone, and is asked to bring them in writing.

Ordered that the Amanuensis make 3 Copies of the Equation of Dayes (which were sent to Sir Robert Moray from Mr Zulichem) and translate them as soone as hee can.

That the Operator go to Ratliff, and fetch the glass tubes Mr Gurney made, for the long Leaden tube.

That the Operator make the sounding Instrument ready against next fryday at two of the Clock in the afternoon.
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
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