Reference numberJBO/1/85
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/67
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date2 July 1662
DescriptionSir Robert Moray President

' Orderd that the Committee to view Mr Toogoods Engine, doe meete on Saturday next at two of the clock in the Temple Church.

Mr Boyle produced an Experiment of the irregular motion of the oyle of Therebentine upon Spirit of Wine : and also a Mixture of fix't Nites dissolved in distilld Rainwater, and Spirit of Niter, which shot into Peeces.

Mr Ball produced two living kriketts.

A New Astronomicall Hypothesis of a Stranger recommended to the Bishop fo Exeter, Dr Wren, Dr Pope, Mr Croone, and Mr Oldenburg.
A new way of Musick recommended to My Lord Brouncker, Sir William Petty, Mr Boyle, Mr Brooke, and Mr Ball. '
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