Full text: Bacon, Francis: Sylva sylvarum


148. Magnalia Naturæ præcipue quoad
uſus Humanos.

# {Prolongation of Life.
# Reſtitution of Youth in ſome degree.
THe # Retardation of Age.
# Curing of Diſeaſes, counted Incurable.
# Mitigation of Pain.

More eaſie and leß loathſome Purgings.

# {increaſing of Strength and Activity.
# increaſing of Ability, to ſuffer Torture or Pain.
The # altering of Complexions, and Fatneß, and Leanneß.
# altering of Statures.
# altering of Features.
# increaſing and exalting of the Intellectual Parts.

Verſion of Bodies into other Bodies.

Making of new Species.

Tranſplanting of one Species into another.

Inſtruments of Deſtruction, as of War and Poyſon.

Exhilaration of the Spirits, and putting them in good diſpo-

Force of the Imagination, either upon another Body, or upon
the Body it ſelf.

# {Time in Maturations.
# Time in Clarifications.
Acceleration of # Putrefaction.
# Decoction.
# Germination.

Making rich Compoſts for the Earth.


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