Record

Reference numberMS/390/103
LevelItem
TitleBond of James Petiver to the Treasurer of the Royal Society
Date30 November 1695
DescriptionForm of bond for the payment of fifty-two shillings annually to the Royal Society in four quarterly instalments, as a Fellowship subscription. Commencing: 'I, James Petiver of London Apothecary...' Signed by James Petiver. Sealed and delivered in the presence of Edmond Halley and Michael Wicks with an embossed seal for sixpence and the inscription: 'The King's Seal being then affixt.'
Extent1p.
FormatManuscript and printed
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA6857Petiver; James (1663 - 1718)1663 - 1718
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