Reference numberJBO/1/83
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/65
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date18 June 1662
DescriptionMr Palmer showed the company three pieces of painted silk material

Mr Croone read Mr Evelyn's account of the Rowling press.

The Amanuensis to provide a box of blacking.

Dr Goddard set several pieces fo gold to anneal and showed their allays.

Mr Palmer to speak to Mr Grigory to come to the Society for the discourse fo the tinged stuffs.

Dr Goddard rea his account of the refining of gold by Antimony and Aqua Regis: It was ordered to be registered. [Note in margin; fol. 167]

Sir Robert Moray read his account of the sounding of the depths of water without a line. Ordered ti be registered. [Note in margin; for. 178]

The Operator to enquire of teh length of time fishermen keep their fishes without feeding them.

Sir William Petty prposed a Standard for knowing the velocity of seimming bodies.
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
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