|Alternative reference number||JBO/1/53|
|Title||Minutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society|
|Date||26 March 1662|
|Description||Sir Robert Moray read the account of the submersion of the wooden ball in the water and rising up again, and ordered it be registered, and a copy be made to be sent to Trinity House. [note in margin - fol : 153]|
Mr Rooke read his paper of 'Directions for the Observing of the Eclipses of the Moone,' and ordered that two copies be made : and be also Registered. [Note in margin - fol : 154]
Dr Goddard asked to bring in an account of the purgation of Gold through Antimony; and another of water, in the long leaden tube.
The Amanuensis to go to Ratliff to bespeak large receivers of glass as thick as can possibly be made with a hole in the bottom to put in ones armes.
The Amanuensis to make Cement for Mr Rooke according to Mr Zulichems prescription.
Sir Peter Wyche Proposed as a Candidate by Mr Colwall.
|Related records in the catalogue||CLP/11i/1|
|URL description||Digital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages|