Full text: Bacon, Francis: Sylva sylvarum

# The cauſe thereof, ibid. Mixture without
# distinction, makes the best Harmony, ibid.
# Qualities in the Air, have no operations
# upon Sounds, ibid. Sounds in the Air
# alter one another, 54. Two Sounds of like
# loudneß, will not be heard as far again as
# one, ibid. The cauſe thereof # ibid.
Melioration of Sounds, 55. Poliſhed Bodies,
# created Sounds meliorate them, ibid. wet
# on the inſide of a Pipe doth the like, ibid.
# Frosty weather cauſeth the ſame, ibid.
# Mingling of open Air with pent Air, doth
# the ſame, ibid. From a Body equal, ſound
# better, 55. Intenſion of the Senſe of Hear-
# ing, melior ateth them # ibid.
Imitarion of Sounds, ibid. The wonder there-
# of in Children and Birds # ibid.
Re [?] flexion of Sounds, 56. The ſeveral kindes,
# ibid. No refraction in Sounds obſerved, 58.
# Sympathy and antipathy of Sounds, 61.
# Concords and Diſcords in Muſick, are ſym-
# pathies and antipathies of Sounds, ibid.
# Strings that best agree in Conſort, ibid.
# Strings tuned to an Uniſon or a Diapaſon,
# ſhew a Sympathy, 62. Sympathy conceived,
# to cauſe no report, ibid. εxperiment of
# Sympathy to be transferred to Wind-Inſtru.
# ments # ibid.
Eſſence of Sounds Spiritual, 63. Sounds not
# Impreſſions in the Air # ibid.
Cauſes of the ſudden Generation and Periſh-
# ing of Sounds # ibid.
Concluſiontouching Sounds # 63
Sourneſs in Fruits and Liquors, 187. The
# cauſe of each, ibid. Souring of Liquors
# in the Sun # ibid.
South winds diſpoſe Mens Evdies to heavi-
# neſs, 64, South-winds hurtful to Fruit
# bloſſoming, 135. South-winds without
# Rain, breed Peſtilence, with Rain not,
# 166. The cauſes, ibid. On the Sea-coasts
# not ſo # ibid.
South-East, Sun better then the South-west
# for ripening Fruit # ibid.
Sparkling woods # 133
Species Viſible # 160
# Spirits in Bodies, ſcarce known, 26. Seve-
# ral opinions of them, ibid. They are Na-
# tural Bodies rarified, ibid. Cauſes of
# moſt of the effects in Nature, ibid. They
# have five differing operations, 73. Spirits
# in Bodies, 125. How they differ in animate
# and inanimate, ibid. How in Plants and
# Living Creatures # 126
Again of Spirits in Bodies, 181. They are
# of two ſorts, ibid. Motion of the Spirits
# excited by the Moon, 193. The ſtrength-
# ning of them prohibiteth Putrefaction
# 76
Spirits of Men flie upon odious objects, 167.
# The Tranſmiſſion of Spirits, 198. & in
# ſequentib. Tranſmiſſion of them from the
# mindes of Men, 203, 204, 206, 207, 208,
# 209. Such things as comfort the Spirits
# by ſympathy, 208, 209. The ſtrife of the
# Spirits, beſt helped by arreſting them for a
# time # ibid.
Sponges # 147
Springs of water made by art # 6
Spring-water # 87
Sprouting of Plants with water onely # 133
Squill, good to ſet Kernels or Plumb-ſtones
# in # 96
Stags Hart with a Bone in it # 157
Stanchers of Blood # 210
Stars leſſer obſcured, a ſign of Tempeſts
# 174
Sterility of the year, changeth Corn into an-
# other kinde # 111
Stomach, the appetite thereof, 176. The
# qualities that provoke appetite, ibid. The
# four cauſes of appetite # ibid.
Stone wanting in Plumbs # 110
Stretching, a motion of imitation # 65
Stub old, putting forth a Tree of a better
# kinde # 111
Stutting, 85. Two cauſes thereof # ibid.
Subterrany Fires # 78
Sucking long, ill for Children # ibid.
Sugar, 127, 183. The uſe of it,ibid.
# Draweth Liquor, higher then the Liquor
# cometh # 21
Sulphureous and Mercurial # 78, 79
Summer and Winter ſick neſſes, 84. The Prog-
# noſticks of a dry Summer # 174
Sun Tanneth, which Fire doth not, 87, 88.
# The cauſe # ibid.
Superfetation, the cauſe of it # 116
Super-Plants beſide Miſletoe # 135
Supporting Plants of themſelves, and not
# ſupporters # 122
Swallows made white, by anointing the Eggs
# with Oyl # 211
Sweat, 148. Parts under the water, though
# hot ſweat not, ibid. Salt in taſte, ibid.
# cometh more from the upper parts then
# from the lower, ibid. More in ſleep then
# waking, ibid. Cold ſweat commonly mor-
# tal, ibid. 149. Sweat, in what diſeaſes
# good, in what bad, ibid. In ſome men
# have been ſweet # 2
Sweet Moſs, 114, 132. Sweetneſs of odor
# from the Rainbow, 176. Sweetneſs of
# odor, whether not in ſome water, ibid. In
# Earth found, ibid. Sweet ſmells, 177.
# Several properties of them, ibid. They
# have a Corporeal ſubſtances. # ibid.
Sweetneſs in Fruits and Liquors,187. The

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