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Num. 11.

PHILOSOPHICAL

TRANSACTIONS.


Munday, April 2. 1666.


The Contents.

A Confirmation of the former Account, touching the late Earthquake near Oxford, and the Concomitants thereof, by Mr. Boyle.Some Observations and Directions about the Barometer, communicated by the same Hand.General Heads for a Natural history of a Country, small or great, proposed by the same.An extract of a letter, written from Holland, about Preserving Ships from being Worm-eaten.An Account of Mr. Boyle's lately publish't Tract, entituled, The Origine of Forms and Qualities, illustrated by Considerations and Experiments.

A Confirmation of the former Account touching the late Earthquake near Oxford, and the Concomitants thereof.

THis Confirmation came from the Noble Mr. Boyle in a Letter, to the publisher, as followeth:
As to the Earth-quake, your curiosity about it makes me sorry, that, though I think, I was the first, that gave notice of it to several of the Virtuosi at Oxford; yet the Account, that I can send you about it, is not so much of the Thing it self,

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