Reference numberJBO/1/90
Alternative reference numberJBO/1/70
TitleMinutes of an ordinary meeting of the Royal Society
Date6 August 1662
Description ' Mr Wilde brought in a piece of Aurum Musicum, and intreated to bring in his way of laying of leafe Copper without tarnishing.

Orderd that Mr Bond and the Rest try the variation o the needle att White Hall.

That the Dyving Engine bee prepard fitt for use, by the Operator and Amanuensis.

That Dr Pope and Mr Hill Consult the Authours of the Aqua Salientes.

Dr Charleton intreated to give in writing the account of the Boy kill'd by lightning.

Dr Goddard brought in an account of the weight of Mercury in a tube in reference to the Torricellian Experiment : and Orderd it bee Registerd '
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