Full text: Bacon, Francis: Sylva sylvarum

# Salt hath aſymp at hy with Blood, 211. It
# is an healer, ibid. It riſeth not in Diſtil-
# lations # 190, 191
Salt-petre, how it may be bred # 123
Salt-water paſſed through Earth, becomes
# freſh, 1. Four differences between the paſs-
# ing it in Veſſels and in Pits, 2. Salt-water
# good for to water ſome Herbs, 137, 138.
# Salt-water boiled, becometh more potable,
# 190, 191. Salt-water ſooner diſſolving
# Salt, then Freſh-water, ibid. The cauſe
# ibid.
Sand turning Minerals into a Glaſſy ſub.
# ſtance # 164
Sanguis Draconis, the Tree that bears it
# 132
Sap of Trees, 134. The differing nature
# thereof in ſeveral Trees # ibid.
Scarlet-dye # 191, 192
Sciſſible, and not ſciſſible # 182
Sea clearer the North-wind blowing, then
# the South, 139. Sea, by the bubbles fore.
# ſheweth wind, 175. Sea-water looketh
# black, moved; white, resting, 139. The
# cauſe, ibid. Seas ſhallow and narrow,
# break more then deep and large # 190
Sea-fiſh put into Freſh-waters # 147
Sea-hare coming near the Body, hurteth the
# Lungs # 211
Sea-ſand a good Compost, 123. Sea-ſands
# produce no Plant # 118
Seaſons of Plants # 119
Secret proprieties # 214, 215
Secundine # 154
Seeds in Plants, more ſtrong then either Leaf
# or Root, 130. The cauſe, ibid. In ſonse
# not, ibid. Seeds, their choice, 137. Plants
# growing without Seeds # 117, 118
Senſes, their pleaſures and diſpleaſures, 145.
# Their instruments have a ſimilitude with
# that which giveth the reflexion of the ob-
# ject # 62
Separation of ſeveral Natures by ſtraining,
# 2. Of ſeveral Liquors by weight, 3. And
# of the ſame kinde of Liquors thickned, 4.
# Of Metals # 169
Separation of the cruder parts prohibiteth
# Putrefaction # 76
Servets uſed in Turky # 148
Setting of Wheat # 95, 96
Setting of Trees, higher or lower # 99
Several Fruits upon one Tree # 107
Shade helpeth ſome Plants # 95
Shadows ſeeming ever to tremble # 190
Shame, 151, 206. The impreſſions thereof
# 151
Shell-fiſh have no Bones within 157, 189, 190
Shifting for the better, helpeth Plants and
# Living Creatures # 95
Shining wood # 77, 78
Showres good for fruits, 135. For ſome not,
# ibid. Night-ſhowres better then Day-
# ſhowres # 136
Showres after along drought, cauſe ſickneſſes
# if they be gentle, 172. If great, not
# ibid.
Sickneſſes of the Summer and the Winter # 84
Sight the object thereof, quicker then of
# Hearing, 50, 51. Sight, 188, 189. Ob-
# jects thereof, cauſe great delight in the
# Spirits, but no great offence, ibid. The
# cauſe # ibid.
Silver more eaſily made then Gold # 71, 72
Simples ſpecial for Medicines, 141, 142. Such
# as have ſubtile parts without Acrimony,
# ibid. Many creatures bred of Putre-
# faction, are ſo, ibid. Alſo Putref actions
# of Plants # ibid.
Singularicies in ſeveral Plants # 138
Sinking of Bodies, 163. The cauſe # ibid.
Sitting healthful # 154
Skull # 157
Sleep agreat nouriſher, 15. Sleep, 156, 157.
# Hindred by cold in the Feet, ibid. Fur-
# thered by ſome kinde of noiſes, ibid. Nou-
# riſheth in many Beasts aud Birds, ibid.
# Sleeping creatures all Winter # 194
# Sleeping Plants # 128
# Smells and Odors, 86. Beſt at ſome diſtance,
# ibid. Best where the Body is cruſhed, ibid.
# Not ſo in Flowers cruſhed, ibid. Best in
# Flowers, whoſe Leaves ſmell not, ibid.
# Smells ſweet, 177. Have all a corporeal
# ſubſtance, ibid. Smells fetide, ibid. 178.
# Smell of the Faol moſt pernicious, 201.
# Smells that are moſt dangerous # ibid.
Snake-skin worn # 209
Sneezing ceaſeth the Hiccough, 104. Induced
# by looking againſt the Sun, ibid. The cauſe
# thereof # ibid.
Snow-water, 87. Snows cauſe fruitfulneſs,
# ibid. Three cauſesthereof, ibid. Snow good
# to be applied to a mortified part, 166. The
# cauſe thereof, ibid. Snow bringing forth
# Herbs # 118
Soals of the Feet, hive aſympathy with the
# Head # 25
Soft Bodies,181. The cauſe, ibid. They are
# of two ſorts # ibid.
Solid Bodies ſweating foreſhew Rain # 176
Soot a good Compoſt # 123
Sorel, 137. The Root thereof # ibid.
Soul of the World # 197, 198
Sounds Muſical and Immuſical # 29
Sounds more apt to procure ſleep then tones,
# 31. The cauſe, ibid. Nature of Sounds,
# not ſufficiently inquired, 32. Motions
# great in Nature without Sounds, ibid.

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