Full text: Bacon, Francis: Sylva sylvarum

# ibid. Earthtaken out of the Vaislts will
# put forth Herbs, 117. The nature of
# thoſe Herbs, ibid. what Earth taken
# out of ſhady and watry woods will put
# forth, ibid. Earth upon Earth, a good
# Compost, 123. Earths good and bad,
# 136. Earths Medicinal, 147. Earth
# taken near the River Nilus, 156. Earth
# pure, the healthfulleſt ſmell of all # 203
Ebbing and Flowing of the Sea # 200
Ecchoes, 56. Artificial Ecchoes not known,
# ibid. Natural Ecchoes where found, ibid.
# The differences between the Concurrent
# Eccho and Iterant, ibid. No Eccho from
# a Trunck, ſtopped at one end, ibid. The
# cauſe, ibid. Eccho from within a Well,
# ibid. whether Ecchoes move in the ſame
# angle with the original Sounds, ibid.
# Plurality of Ecchoes in one place, ibid.
# Back-ecchoes, ibid. Ecchoes returning
# many words, 58. Eccho upon Eccho, 167,
# 168. The like betwixt an Houſe, and an
# Hill, 58. Eccho will not return the Let-
# ter S, ibid. Difference of Ecchoes, ibid.
# Mixture of Ecchoes # ibid.
Edible fieſh, and not Edible, 186. The cauſes
# of each # ibid.
Eggs, the yolks of them great nouriſhers, 14.
# How to be uſed, ibid. rolk conduceth
# more to the nouriſhment. white to the
# generation of the Bird # 25
Eight, the ſweeteſt Concord in Muſick # 30
Elder ſtick put to conſume, taketh away
# warts # 213
Electrum # 168
Electrick Bodies # ibid.
Elm grafred # 100
Enforcing a thought upon another, 204. In-
# ſtance thereof, in a fuglers trick, ibid.
# Three means by which it muſt be wrought # 204, 205
Engliſhman hurt in the Leg, hard to cure # 166
Envy # 203, 204
Epidemical Diſeaſes # 85
Eſculent Plants, 129. Eſculent raw, ibid.
# Having po [?] ſſed the fire, ibid. Not Eſcu-
# lent at all # ibid.
Eunuchs # 142
Excrements of living creaiures ſmell ill, 177.
# The canſe, 178. Some ſmell well, ibid.
# The cauſe, ibid. Moſt odious to a creature
# of the ſame kinde
Excreſcences of Plants, 113, 114, &c. Two
# tryals for Excreſcences, 116. Excreſcences
# joyned with Putref action # 117
Exerciſe, 66. In what Bodies hurtful, ibid.
# Not to be uſed with a ſpare diet, ibid. Be-
# nefits of exerciſe, ibid. Evils of exer-
# ciſe, ibid. Exerciſe imping uateth not ſo
# much as frictions, 190. The cauſe # ibid.
Eye of the Underſtanding, like the Eye of
# Senſe # 24
The Eyes, 188. Both move one way, ibid. See
# better one eye ſhut, ibid. Thecauſe, ibid.
# why ſome ſee one thing double, ibid.
# Pore-blinde men ſee beſt near-hand, ibid.
# The cauſe, ibid. Old men at ſome diſtance # ibid.
Eyes are offended by over-great Lights, 189.
# By enterchange of Light and Darkneß on
# the ſudden, ibid. By ſmall Prints, ibid.
# wax red in Anger, in Bluſhing not, ibid.
# The cauſe of each, ibid. Eye re-placed,
# hath recovered ſight # 88
F.
FAble of Hercules and Hylas # 40
Falling-ſickneſs, how helped # 210
Faſcination # 203
Fat extracted out of fleſh # 139
Fear, 149, 206. The impreſsions thereof # 149, 150
Feathers of Birds, why of ſuch fine colours,
# 2. How the colour of them may be chan-
# ged, 24, 25. Age changeth them # 183
Feathers burnt, ſuppreſs the Mother # 204
Female and Male in Plants, 126. The differ-
# ences of Female and Male in ſeveral li-
# ving creatures, 184. The cauſes thereof # ibid.
Fetid ſmells # 177, 178
Fibrows Bodies # 181, 182
Figs in the Spring, 96. Indian Fig # 127
Figurable, and not Figurable # 182
Figures of Plants # 121
Figures or Tropes in Muſick, have an agree-
# ment with the Figures of Rhetorick # 31
Fire Tanneth not as the Sun doth # 87, 88
Fire and hot water, heat differently, 140.
# Fires ſubterrany # 80
Fire and Air foreſhew winds # 174
Fiſh of the Sea, put into freſh water # 147, 148
Fiſhes foreſhew rain # 175
Fiſhes greater then any Beaſts, 184. The
# cauſe # ibid.
Fixation of Bodies # 169
Flame and Air mix not, 8. Except in the
# Spirits of Vegetables, ibid. And of living
# creatures, ibid. Their wonderful effects
# mixed, 9. Form of Flame would be Glo-
# bular, and not Pyramidal, ibid. VVould
# be a laſting Body, if not extinguiſhed by
# Air, ibid. Mixeth not with Flame, ibid.
# Burns ſtronger on the ſides, then in the
# midſt, ibid. Is irritated by the Air am-
# bient, ibid. Opinion of the Peripateticks

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