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of Correcting of Wines. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Bitumen one of the Materials of Wild-fire. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Plaiſter growing as hard as Marble. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the Cure of ſome ulcers and Hurts. Exp. 1 # pag. 166
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of the Healthfulneſs or unhealthfulneſs of the Southern Wind. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of wounds made with Braſs or with Iron, Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Mortificatien by Cold. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Weight. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of ſuper-Natation of Bodies. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the Flying of unequal Bodies in the Air. Exp. 1 # pag. 167
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of Water that it may be the Medium of Sounds. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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Of the Flight of the spirits upon odious objects. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the ſuper-Reflexion of εccho’s. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the force of imagination imitating that of the Senſe. Exp. 1 # pag. 168
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Of Preſervation of Bodies, Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the Growthor Multiplying of Metalls. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the drowning the more baſe Metall in the more pretious. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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Of Fixation of Bodies. Exp. 1 # pag. 169
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of the reſtleſs Nature of things in themſelves, and their deſire to change. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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<span class="headingNumber">14.</span>
<span class="head">Century IX.</span>
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OF Perception in Bodies inſenſible, tending to natural Divination and ſubtle tri-
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# als. Exp. 30 # pag. 171
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Of the Cauſes of Appetite in the Stomach. Exp. 1 # pag. 176
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of ſweetneſs of Odour from the Rain@bow. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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Of ſweet Smels. Exp. 1 # pag. 177
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Of the Corporeal ſubſtance of Smels. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Fetide and Fragrant Odo
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urs. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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Of the Ca
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uſes of Putrefaction. Exp. 1 # pag. 178
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of Bodies unperfectly mixt. Exp. 1 # pag. 179
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of Concoction and Crudity. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Alterations which may be called Majors. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Bodies Liquefible, and not Liquefible. Exp. 1 # pag. 180
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of Bodies Fragile and Tough. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the two kinds of Pneumaticalls in Bodies. Exp. 1 # pag. 181
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of concretion and diſſolution of Bodies. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Bodies hard and ſoft. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Bodies ductile and tenſile. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of ſeveral paſsions of Matter, and characters of Bodies. Exp. 1 # pag. 182
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of Induration by ſimpathy. εxp. 1 # ibid.
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of Honey and Sugar. Exp. 1 # pag. 183
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of the finer fort of baſe Metals. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of certain Cements and Quarries. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the Al@ering of colours in Hairs and Feathers. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the difference of Living Creatures, Male and Female. Exp. 1 # pag. 184
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of the Comparative Magnitude of Living Creatures. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Producing Fruit without Coar or Stone. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the Melioration of Tobacco. Exp. 1 # pag. 185
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of ſeveral Heats working the ſame Effects. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of Swelling and Dilatation in Boyling. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the Dulcoration of Fruits. Exp. 1 # pag. 186
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of Fleſh Edible, and not Edible. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the Salamander. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the contrary operations of Time, upon Fruits and Liquors. εxp. 1 # pag. 187
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of blows and bruiſes. Exp. 1 # ibid.
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of the Orris Root. εxp. 1 # ibid.
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