Some papers proper to be read before the R---l Society, concerning the terrestrial chrysipus, golden-foot or guinea; an insect, or vegetable, resembling the polypus, which hath this surprising property, that being cut into several pieces, each piece becomes a perfect animal, or vegetable, as complete as that of which it was originally only a part
- Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754.
Physical experiments upon brutes: in order to discover a safe and easy method of dissolving the stone in the bladder, by injections. To which is added, a course of experiments with the lauro-cerasus ... Likewise, an account of several experiments and observations on the fumes of sulphur; shewing by what means they destroy an animal body, which were read before the Royal Society ...
- Langrish, Browne, -1759.
Experiments and observations in electricity : With a postscript, containing likewise a variety of new experiements and observations in that branch of philosophy; particularly an enquiry into the cause of the electricity of bodies, and the constitution of the electric matter itself; with notes tending to confirm and illustrate the opinions advanced
- Henley, William, -1779.
A description of ventilators: whereby great quantities of fresh air may with ease be conveyed into mines, goals [sic] hospitals, work-houses and ships, in exchange for their noxious air. An account also of their great usefulness in many other respects. As in preserving all sorts of grain dry, sweet, and free from being destroyed by weevels, both in grainaries and ships, and in preserving many other sorts of goods. As also in drying corn, malt, hop, gun-powder, &c., and for many other useful purposes
- Hales, Stephen, 1677-1761.
An account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water, by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor: and an account of the great benefit of ventilators in many instances, in preserving the health and lives of people, in slave and other transport ships, which were read before the Royal society. Also an account of the good effect of blowing showers of air up through milk. Thereby to cure the ill taste which is occasioned by some kinds of food of cows
- Hales, Stephen, 1677-1761.
The life of Sir William Petty, 1623-1687 : one of the first Fellows of the Royal Society, sometime secretary to Henry Cromwell, maker of the 'Down Survey' of Ireland, author of 'Political Arithmetic' &c. : chiefly derived from private documents hitherto unpublished
- Fitzmaurice, Edmond George Petty-Fitzmaurice, Baron, 1846-1935.
Lucina sine concubitu. Memorie aan het Koninglyk Genoodschap der Wetenschappen te London. Waarin op eene onwederspreeklyke wyze zoo wel uit het vernuft als uit de ondervinding bewezen word, dat eene vrouw zonder toedoen eens mans, zwanger worden, en kinderen baaren kan. Naar de 4. verm. en verb. Englesche druk, met eene bygevoegde voorrede en de nodige aanmerkingen des Franschen vertaalers, verrykt. Uit het Hoogduitsch vertaald
- Hill, John, 1714?-1775.