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Authorised form of nameMoray; Sir; Robert (1608 - 1673)
Other forms of nameMurray, Sir Robert; Murrey, Sir Robert
SurnameMoray
ForenamesRobert
Dates1608 - 1673
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Scotland (1608)
Death:
His pavilion in the gardens of Whitehall, London (04 July 1673)
Burial:
Near the monument to Sir William D'Avenant, Westminster Abbey, London
ActivityProfession:
Courtier
Soldier
Research Field:
Chemistry, metallurgy, mineralogy, natural history
Education:
St Andrews; France
Career:
Served in the army of Louis XIII of France, reaching the rank of Lieutenant Colonel; returned to Britain (1643) but went back to France and fought with his regiment in Germany; Prisoner of War in Bavaria (1645); Colonel of the Scots Regiment; Envoy to negotiate a treaty between France and Scotland; in Scotland with Charles II (1651); Privy Councillor (1651); joined the King in France (1654); friend of Alexander Bruce, 2nd Earl of Kincardine (FRS 1663); Lived at Maastricht, Holland (1657-1660); Lord of Session and Justice-Clerk (1661); Lord of Exchequer for Scotland; Deputy Secretary for Scotland (1663-1670)
Honours:
Kt 1643
Royal Society activityMembership:
Founder Fellow
Election Date:
28/11/1660
Council:
VP 1672-1673
RelationshipsSon of Sir Mungo Moray of Craigie, Perthshire and his wife, a daughter of George Halket of Pitfirran, Perthshire; married Sophia, daughter of David Lindsay, 1st Earl of Balcarres; Presbyterian
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; DSB
Authority:
First Altname from DNB, second from DSB
Notes:
Record gives date of election as 22 April 1663
References:
David Stevenson (Ed) 'Letters of Sir Robert Moray to thre Earl of Kincardine 1657-1673' Ashgate, 2007
J H Leopold, 'Clockmaking in Britain and the Netherlands' in NR 1989 vol 43 pp 155-165
Laurel Brodsley, Sir Charles Frank and John W Steeds, 'Prince Rupert's Drops' in NR 1986-87 vol 41 pp 1-26
Kathleen H Ochs, 'The Royal Society of London's History of Trades Programme: An Early Episode in Applied Science' in NR 1984-85 vol 39 pp 129-158
Charles A Rivington, 'Early Printers to the Royal Society 1663-1708' in NR 1984-85 vol 39 pp 1-27
Michael Hunter, 'The Social Bias and Changing Fortunes of an Early Scientific Institution: An Analysis of the Membership of the Royal Society, 1660-1685' in NR 1976-7 vol 31 pp 9-114
Marie Boas Hall, 'The Royal Society's Role in the Diffusion of Information in the Seventeenth Century' in NR 1974-5 vol 29 pp 173-192
Margaret Deacon, 'Founders of Marine Science in Britain: the Work of the Early Fellows of the Royal Society' in NR 1965 vol 20 pp 28-50
Sir Harold Hartley, 'The Tercentenary of the Royal Society's Charter' in NR 1962 vol 17 pp 111-116
E S de Beer, 'King Charles II, Fundator et Patronus (1630-1685)' in NR 1960 vol 15 pp 39-45
D C Martin, 'Sir Robert Moray, FRS (1608?-1673)' in NR 1960 vol 15 pp 239-250
A J Youngson, 'Alexander Bruce, FRS, Second Earl of Kincardine (1629-1681)' in NR 1960 vol 15 pp 251-258
R Lewis, 'The publication of John Wilkins's Essay (1668): some contextual considerations' in NR 2002 vol 56 pp133-146
N J W Thrower, 'Samuel Pepys FRS (1633-1733) and The Royal Society' in NR 2003 vol 57 pp 3-13
J Gribbin, 'The Fellowship', 2005, pp164-172
Charles Wemyss, 'Merchant and Citizen of Rotterdam: The Early Career of Sir William Bruce' in Architectural Heritage XVI (Journal of the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland) 2005 pp14-30
'A 'very curious almanac': the gift of Sir Robert moray, FRS, 1668' in NR 2008 vol 62 pp301-314
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/69213708
Royal Society codeNA8261
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/005415Moray, Sir Robertnd
RBO/3/17'Answers - Returned by Sir Philiberto Vernatti residing at Batavia in Java Major to certain Enquiries sent thither by Order of the Society and recommended by Sir Robert Moray'1664
EL/H1/16Extract of a letter from Christian Huygens to Robert Moray 1662
IM/005325Moray, Sir Robertnd
DM/5/68'Transactions of the Committee for Correspondence'19 August 1664, 23 September 1664
RBC/1/43'Account of the Sounding of the depth of the Sea between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, with the Wooden Globe and Lead By my Lord Brouncker and Sir Robert Moray'nd
EL/W1/12John Wallis to Robert MorayDecember
EL/R1/9J Reay to Robert Moray5 March 1664
EL/M1/8Robert Moray, dated at Salisbury, to Henry Oldenburg9 September 1665
MM/3/119Copy of a letter from [Robert Moray] to the Duke of Tuscany17th century
RBO/2i/57'The measure of a Gyant-child borne in Scotland being 22 months old' by Robert Moray1 July 1663
EL/M1/2Copy of a letter from Robert Moray, dated at Whitehall, to Philiberto Vernatti24 November 1662
RBC/2/18'The Measure of a Herring caught upon the Coast of Scotland' by Robert Moraynd
EL/M1/24Robert Moray to Henry Oldenburg8 January 1666
EL/H1/43Transcription of a letter from Christian Huygens to Robert Moray1665
CLP/7i/10Paper, observations of Wiltshire by Robert Moray 1664
EL/M1/37M Muray, dated at Mockjack Bay in Virginia, to Robert Moray12 June 1668
EL/M1/4Extract of a letter from Robert Moray to M Huygens22 July 1665
EL/M1/3Copy of a letter from Robert Moray, dated at Whitehall, to Philiberto Vernatti21 April 1664
EL/M1/25Robert Moray, dated at Whitehall, to Christian Huygens15 February 1669
EL/M1/12Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Christian Huygens30 September 1665
EL/H1/45Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 6 February 1665
EL/H1/47Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 6 March 1665
EL/H1/51Partial transcription of a letter from Christian Huygens to Robert Moray 1665
MM/3/120Copy of a letter from [Robert Moray] to Monmore22 July 1661
EL/H1/54Transcription of a letter from Christian Huygens to Robert Moray 1665
EL/H1/12Christian Huygens to Robert Moraynd
EL/H1/17Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 20 December 1662
EL/H1/53Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 24 December 1665
EL/H1/7Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray4 January 1662
EL/H1/22Christian Huygens, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray 11 November 1663
EL/H1/31Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 27 June 1664
EL/H1/14Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray18 August 1662
EL/H1/26Christian Huygens, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray January 1664
EL/H1/41Transcription of a letter from Christian Huygens to Robert Moray 1664
EL/H1/28Christian Huygens, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray 12 March 1664
EL/H1/55Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 9 April 1666
EL/H1/20Christian Huygens, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray 1 June 1663
EL/H1/15Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray1 December 1662
EL/H1/25Christian Huygens, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray 19 December 1663
EL/H1/24Christian Huygens, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray 9 December 1663
EL/W3/5Christopher Wren to Robert Moray11 April 1665
EL/W3/20John Winthorp (1606-76), dated at Hartford, New England, to Robert Moray18 and 26 August 1668
RBO/2i/21'The way how Malt is made in Scotland' by Sir Robert Moray7 January 1662
EL/P1/17Copy of a letter from William Petty, dated at Dublin, to Robert Moray1662
EL/O1/18Henry Oldenburg to Robert Moray7 November 1665
RBC/1/40'Experiments propounded by Sir Robert Moray and Recommended to Dr Power'1662
EL/H1/10Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray24 February 1662
EL/H1/1Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray24 June 1661
EL/H1/48Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 27 March 1665
EL/H1/8Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray3 February 1662
EL/H1/6Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray30 December 1661
EL/H1/3Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray1 August 1661
EL/H1/27Christian Huygens, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray 20 February 1664
EL/H1/2Christian Huygens to Robert Moray15 July 1661
EL/M1/22Robert Moray to Henry Oldenburg4 December 1665
EL/H1/4Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray16 September 1661
RBC/1/72'The way how Malt is made in Scotland By Sir Robert Moray'7 January 1663
EL/M1/13Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Henry Oldenburg30 September 1665
EL/M1/17Robert Moray to Henry Oldenburg29 October 1665
EL/V/1Vernatt, dated at Passau, to Robert Moray6 January 1664
EL/S1/27George Sinclar, dated at Glasgow, to Robert Moray13 August 1664
EL/S1/24George Sinclar, dated at Glasgow, to Robert Moray29 December 1662
EL/H1/50Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 29 May 1665
EL/W1/52John Wallis, dated at Oxford, to Robert Moray14 July 1668
RBC/1/61'An Account of an Echo By Sir Robert Moray'3 December 1662
EL/B1/109William Balle, dated at Mamhead, Devon, to Robert Moray15 September 1666
EL/S1/8Samuel Sorbiere, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray15 December 1663
EL/O1/17Henry Oldenburg, dated at London, to Robert Moray7 October 1665
EL/M1/7Robert Moray, dated at Salisbury, to Henry Oldenburg31 August 1665
EL/M1/10Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Henry Oldenburg26 September 1665
EL/M1/5Robert Moray, dated at Hampton Court, to Henry Oldenburg23 July 1665
EL/M1/14Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Henry Oldenburg10 October 1665
EL/M1/11Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Henry Oldenburg28 September 1665
EL/M1/23Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Henry Oldenburg15 December 1665
EL/M1/31Partial translation of a letter from Monsieur Monconys, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray1664
EL/M1/30Monsieur Monconys, dated at Paris, to Robert MorayAugust 1664
EL/H1/35Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 29 August 1664
EL/H1/39Transcription of a letter from Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray1664
RBC/2/43'To make small shott of different sizes communicated by his Highness Prince Rupert and brought in by Sir Robert Moray'nd
RBO/2i/56'The Measure Of a Herring caught upon the Coasts of Scotland' by Robert Moray1 July 1663
RBO/2ii/8'Account of an Eccho by Sir Robert Moray'3 December 1662
RBO/2ii/48'Of the way used upon the coast of Coromandell of Cooleing of Drinks by exposeing them to the heat of the Sunn' by Robert Moray8 July 1663
EL/S1/26George Sinclar, dated at Glasgow, to Robert Moray29 December 1663
RBO/1/40'Account of the Sounding of the Depth of the Sea betweene Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, with the wooden Globe and Lead By My Lord Brouncker and Sir Robert Moray'nd
RBC/1/14'An Account of Glass Dropps' by Robert Moray1661
RBO/3/5'To make small Shott of different sizes communicated by his Highnesse Prince Rupert and brought in by Sir Robert Moray'2 March 1663
RBO/1/37'Experiments propounded by Sir Robert Moray and Recommended to Dr Power'nd
RBO/2ii/20'How the malt is made in Scotland' by Sir Robert Moray7 January 1663
EL/P1/16William Petty, dated at Dublin, to Robert Moray29 November 1662
EL/P1/23William Petty, dated at Dublin, to Robert Moray25 February 1663
EL/P1/26Copy of a letter from William Petty to Robert Moray1663
RBC/1/7'The making of Ceruse'26 March 1661
RBO/2i/58'Of the way used upon the Coast of Coromandell of cooling of Drinks by Exposing them to the heat of the sun' by Robert Moray8 July 1663
RBC/2/10'Of the Minerall of Liege yielding both Brimstone and Vitrioll and the way of extracting them out of it used at Liege procured from thence' by Robert Moray10 January 1663
CLP/12i/4Description of Monsieur Raoux' method of treating patients with bladder stones by Robert Moraynd
CLP/19/10Paper, directions for observing the conjunction of Mercury with the sun by Robert Moray25 October 1664
RBO/2ii/47'The measure of the parts of a Gyant Childe borne in Scotland Given in by Sir Robert Moray'1 July 1663
RBC/2/19'Of the way used upon the Coast of Coromandel of cooling of Drincks by exposing them to the Heat of the sun' by Robert Moray8 July 1664
MM/14/49Letter from Lord Elgin, Dunfermline, to William Douglas28 March 1930
RBC/1/6'Relation concerning Bernacles' by Robert Moray8 March 1661
RBC/1/76'Sir Robert Moray's Story of Persons killed with Subterraneous Damps'14 January 1663
RBC/2/21'An Account englished out of French of an unusuall way of cutting the Stone of the bladder pratised by a French man in France Given in by Sir Robert Moray'1663
RBO/2ii/51'An Account englished out of French of an unusuall way of Cutting the Stone of the Bladder practised by a Frenchman' given in by Robert Moray15 July 1663
RBC/2/45'Notes concerning Diving, and working under water from Mr Maule Brought in by Sir Robert Moray'1663
EL/H1/11Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray14 July 1662
RBO/2ii/24'Sir Robert Moray's Story of persons killed with Subterraneous damps'14 January 1663
RBO/2i/25'Sir Robert Moray's Story of persons killed with Subterraneous Damps'14 December 1662
CLP/13/1The measurements of a giant child born in Scotland by Robert Moray1 July 1663
CLP/10iii/19Categories of husbandry to be considered by Robert Moraynd
CLP/12i/5Description of Monsieur Raoux' method of treating patients with bladder stones by Robert Moray15 July 1663
RBO/2i/40Anatomical observations of the dissected body of de Balcaresnd
DM/5/72E'Recommended to the Right Hon. the Earls of Kincardine' c.1663
DM/5/73E'Experiments and Matters recommended to Mr William Balle'1664
CLP/19/83Paper, enquiries to be made of the East and West Indies concerning several relations of Hugh of Linschotanus by Henry Oldenburgc.17th century
MM/14/47Letter from J Drummond Robertson,Torquay, to William Douglas28 February 1930
RBC/2/56'Answers Returned by Sir Philiberto Vernatti Residing at Battavia in Java Major to certain Enquiries sent thither by order of the Society and Recommended by Sir Robert Moray'1664
MM/14/45Letter from Lord Elgin, Dunfermline, to David Douglas20 February 1879
MM/14/48Letter from MW Meikle, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, to William Douglas19 March 1930
MM/14/51Copy of letter from William Douglas to the Earl of Elgin31 March 1930
MM/14/46Letter from TG Law, Edinburgh, to David Douglas5 January 1888
MM/14/50Letter from J Drummond Robertson., Torquay, to William Douglas30 March 1930
MM/14/52Letter from Alexander Miller, Edinburgh, to William Douglas30 April 1930
MM/14/53Letter from JA Vollgraff, Leyden, to the Royal Society28 September 1947
CLP/6/13Paper, details of an unusual spring in Chertsey in Surrey by Robert Moray22 July 1663
RBO/1/14'An Account of Glasse Drops by Sir Robert Moray'17 August 1661
RBO/1/6'Relation Concerning Bernacles' by Sir Robert Moray8 March 1661
RBO/2i/10'An Account of an Echo' by Robert Moray3 December 1662
NLB/10/360Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Osmund Airy, Solihull, Birmingham13 November 1894
NLB/11/750Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to the Director, National Portrait Gallery, 20 Great George Street, S.W.1 October 1895
LBO/1/8Copy letter from Christian Huygens, the Hague, to Robert Moray30 December 1661
LBO/1/83Copy extract of a letter of Moray, to Robert Moray1 February 1665
CLP/3i/57/1Paper, 'Account of the glass drops' by Robert Moray17 August 1661
CLP/3i/57Paper, 'Account of the glass drops' by Robert Moray17 August 1661
MS/246Robert Moray papers1657-1673
CLP/6/5Paper, 'Account of the sounding of the depth of the sea between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight with the wooden globe and lead' by William Brouncker and Robert Moray1662
EL/H1/19Partial translation of a letter from Christian Huygens to Robert Moray 1663
CLP/3i/4Paper, 'Concerning marble paper' in a letter from John Evelyn to Robert Moray1661
CLP/3i/11Paper, 'To make small shot of different sizes' by Prince Rupert communicated by Robert Moray1663
CLP/3i/4/1Paper, 'Concerning marble paper' in a letter from John Evelyn to Robert Moray1661
CLP/3i/57/2Drawing, Prince Rupert's drop by Robert Moray17 August 1661
CLP/2/34/1Paper,'Account of an echo' by Robert Moray1662
CLP/2/34/2Score, echo of Rosneath bay by Robert Moray1662
CLP/1/28Paper, 'Cassette extraordinaire et admirable pour les mathematiques' [Extraordinary and admirable cassette for mathematics] for Robert Moray[c17th Century]
CLP/1/28/1Paper, 'Cassette extraordinaire et admirable pour les mathematiques' [Extraordinary and admirable cassette for mathematics] for Robert Moray[c17th Century]
CLP/6/32Paper, account of the current of the tides around Orcades by Robert Moray[c1672]
CLP/1/28/2Diagrams in 'Cassette Extraordinaire et admirable Pour Les Mathematiques' for Robert Moray.[c17th Century]
CLP/4i/7Paper, 'Of the way used upon the coaste of Coromandell of cooling drinks by exposing them to the heat of the sun' by Robert Moray8 July 1663
RBO/1/19'The Description of the Hand Hirta Brought in by Sir Robert Moray'30 September 1661
CLP/6/17Paper, observations of a recent excursion in the country by Robert Moray, Paul Neile and Christopher Wren 1664
CLP/8i/7Paper, description of a comet witnessed in Croatia in January 1663 by Sir Robert Moray1663
CLP/8i/7/1Paper, description of a comet witnessed in Croatia in January 1663 by Sir Robert Moray1663
CLP/8i/7/2Drawing, a comet in Croatia by Sir Robert Moray1663
CLP/8i/13a/2Digram of the solar eclipse1666
CLP/8i/13aPaper, observations of the solar eclipse witnessed on 22 June 1666 by Francis Willoughby, Dr Pope and Mr Phillip, Robert Hooke and Robert Moray1666
CLP/8i/13a/1Paper, observations of the solar eclipse witnessed on 22 June 1666 by Francis Willoughby, Dr Pope and Mr Phillip, Robert Hooke and Robert Moray1666
EL/OB/36aHenry Oldenburg, dated at London, to Robert Moray28 September 1665
EL/H1/5Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray4 November 1661
RBC/1/22'The Description of the Island Hirta' brought in by Sir Rober Moray30 September 1661
RBO/1/7'The Making of Ceruse' brought in by Sir Robert Moray from Mr Vernatti26 March 1661
CLP/15i/1Concerning barnacles by Robert Moraynd
RBO/1/34'An Experiment of the Instrument for Sounding of Depths without a line or cord made the 19 of March 1662 By The Lord Brouncker and Sir Robert Moray'nd
DM/5/60Minute of a meeting of a Committee to be appointed 'to consider of Mr Buckland's proposition to plant potatoes through all the parts of England' 20 March 1662
MM/14/44Copy of letter from David Douglas to the Earl of Elgin17 February 1879
CLP/6/37/1Paper, concerning Denis Papin's experiment with forcing air out of a glass by Mr R A1685
RBC/1/37'An Experiment of the Instrument for Sounding the Depths of the Sea without a Line or Cord made the 19th of March 1662 By the Lord Brouncker and Sir Robert Moray'1662
EL/M1/15Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Henry Oldenburg11 October 1665
EL/H1/32Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 18 July 1664
EL/H1/9Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray10 February 1662
EL/H1/44Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 16 January 1665
EL/M1/16Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Henry Oldenburg19 October 1665
EL/H1/33Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 8 August 1664
EL/M1/9Robert Moray, dated at Salisbury, to Henry Oldenburg16 September 1665
EL/M1/18Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Henry Oldenburg5 November 1665
EL/M1/20Robert Moray, dated at Oxford, to Henry Oldenburg16 November 1665
EL/M1/21Robert Moray to Henry Oldenburg27 November 1665
EL/M1/32Extract of a letter from Monsieur Monconys to Robert Moray1664
EL/S1/89Henry Stubbe, dated at Warwick, to Henry Oldenburg 27 May 1667
IM/005246Moray, Sir Robert1996
RBO/2i/39'An Account of the Experiments and Observations made by Lord Brouncker, Sir Robert Moray, Mr Bruce and Mr Hooke upon the Thames'18 March 1662
CLP/7i/3Paper, description of Hirta by Robert Moray30 September 1661
RBO/2ii/40'Of the Minerall of Liege yielding both Brimstone and Vitriol and the way of extracting them out of it used at Liege' procured by Sir Robert Moray1663
RBO/2i/61'An Account Englished out of French Of an unusual way of cutting the stone of the Bladder Practised by a French-man in France given in by Robert Moray'15 July 1663
DM/5/77'Recommended to Sir Robert Moray'c.1660s
CLP/6/37/2Drawing, Engine for circulating water by Denis Papin1685
CLP/24/46Paper, 'Account of ye sounding of ye depth of ye sea between Portsmouth and ye Ile [Isle] of Wight with ye wooden globe and lead' by William Brounker and Sir Robert Moray17th century
CLP/2/34Paper,'Account of an echo' by Robert Moray1662
CLP/3i/4/2Drawing, method of making marbled paper in a letter from John Evelyn to Robert Moray1661
CLP/8i/13Copy paper, the observations of the solar eclipse witnessed on 22 June 1666 by Francis Willoughby, Dr Pope and Mr Phillip, Robert Hooke and Robert Moray1666
DM/5/64Minutes of meetings of the Committee for Agriculture (endorsed as 'Transactions of the Georgicall Committee')October 1664-February 1664/5
EL/H1/30Christian Huygens, dated at Calais, to Robert Moray 12 June 1664
EL/H1/49Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 10 April 1665
EL/H1/52Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 18 September 1665
EL/H1/23Christian Huygens, dated at Paris, to Robert Moray 18 November 1663
EL/M1/6Robert Moray, dated at Salisbury, to Henry Oldenburg22 August 1665
EL/H1/42Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 2 January 1665
EL/H1/38Translation of a letter from Christian Huygens to Robert Moray 1664
EL/H1/36Extract of a letter from Christian Huygens, dated at the Hague, to Robert Moray 1664
DM/5/66Minutes of meetings of the Mechanicall Committee July-October 1664
DM/5/70Resolution signed by Henry Oldenburg, appointing a Committee of the Royal Society to consider a way of determining the measure of a degree on the earth21 October 1669
CLP/6/37Paper, concerning Denis Papin's experiment with forcing air out of a glass by Mr R A1685
MS/45An ecclesiastical and astronomical calendar, together with agricultural almanack, tables and figures of the zodiacc.1383-1415
CLP/19/7Paper, directions for sea men bound for far voyages [1662]
CLP/9i/7Paper, a relation of persons killed in subterraneous damps by Robert Moray[1662]
CLP/9i/9Paper, concerning the mineral of Liege which yields brimstone and vitriol and how to extract it by Robert Moray1663
RBO/3/6a'Notes concerning Diving and working under water from Mr Maule; brought in by Sir Robert Moray'1664
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