Reference numberJBO/1/9
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/8
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date23 January 1661
DescriptionLord Brouncker to continue the Experiment of Recoyling

Mr Evelyn asked to bring in his observations of the 'Anatomy of Trees'

Sir Kenelme Digby asked to bring in his discourse in writing

No more members to be proposed until first named are dealt with.

Dr Petty asked to bring in his thoughts of the trade of clothing

Mr Slingsby asked to bring in the business of the mint

Mr Wilde asked to shew the 'Experiment of the stone kindled by wetting'

Mr Turke, Mr Hammmond, Dr Quattremain, Dr Twisdon, Dr Charleton, Sir Nicholas Steward proposed as Candidates
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
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