Reference numberJBO/37/74
Alternative reference numberJBO/37/445
TitleMinutes of meeting
Date4 March 1802
DescriptionPresent at a meeting of the Royal Society;
The President
The following strangers had leave to be present;
Mr Edwards by the Foreign Secretary
Mr Penny and Mr Andrews by Mr Heaviside
Dr Gruber and Mr Fletcher by Dr Garthshare
Mr Rigaud and Mr Hinckley by Mr Nixon
Mr Wales by Captain Blair
The Rev Sir John Fagg and Rev Dr Grindley by Mr Bosanquet
Mr Lord by Mr Wilkins
Mr Docknay and Mr John Docknay by Mr Walker
Mr Vandercom and Mr Vincent by Mr E Howard
Mr Dolland by Mr Tooke
Mr Peter Rashleigh by Mr Rashleigh
Mr Smith and Mr Stephenson by Mr Topham
Mr Pilkington by Dr Maton
The Rev Mr Abanerit by Mr Planta
Rev Dr Hamilton by Mr Blizard

The minutes of the last meeting were read.

The third number of Mr Nicholson's Journal of Natural philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts and the 45th number of Mr Tilloch's Philosophical Magazine were presented by their respective editors, and thanks ordered.

His Serene Highness Maximilian Joseph Elector Palatine of Bavaria waas proposed for elections. As a sovereign Prince he was immediately put to the ballot and unanimously elected.

Mr Charles Burney elected at the last meeting, attended, paid his admission fee coumpounded for annual contributions and having signed the obligation in th Charter Book was admitted a Fellow of the Society

John Liptrap Esq of Mile End in the County of Middlesex, whose certificate had hung the usual time in the meeting room, was put to the ballot and chosen into the Society.

Progress was made on the Stony and Metallic substances which have at different times fallen on the Earth, and the reamainder was postponed to a future meeting [contents not summarised]
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