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Lord High-Chancellor of England ;
of the AUTHOR, for the Advancement of all the Parts of
In THREE VOLUME S.
By P ET ER S H A W, M. D.
V O L. II.
Verbera, sed Audi.
TESWORTH and C. Hitch; J. PEMBERTON; J. Osborn and T. LONGMAN;
49. 4. for fre r. free.
55. 10. for then r. them. ibid. 36. for Paracelfits r. Paracelsis. 58.
iv. dele right of. 59.
4. for expatiate t. expiate. 77. 9. for quarelsome r. quarrelsome. 104. 24. before seldom infert but. 145. 3. for Prefidents r. Precedents. 160. 15. for te r.se. 198. 20. after should dele to. 207. 4. for Choic r. Choice. 328.
32. for regard r regards. 339. 15. before they insert that. 345. 4. after than insert to. 353. ult. for Sect. II. r. Sect. III. 354 35. for waverily r. waveringly.
355. pen. r. Aph. 2. and 17. 397.
24. for Syllogisms r. Syllogism. 405. 17. dele find. ibid. 20. dele
may; 409. 43. after in dele his. 415. 26. after delivering dele the. 418.
21. after have insert been. 432.
1. for Experiment r. Experiments. 447.
16. for Pitch r. Pitb.
21. for Aph. 4.(5.6.) r. Aph.4.5.6. 406.
2. for Dilation r. Dilatation. 481.
34. Side Note, after dire&ly dele to. 485.
34. after ought insert not. 502,
36. r. See Vol. III. p. 72. sos.
36. for Micograpbiar. Micrographia.
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SU P P L E M E N T VIII.
A Specimen of the PERSIAN MAGIC K.
Page Olitical Rules, drawn from That Force is strengthened by Vni
Physical Observations, a on: Exemplified by the Sun in
- 7 Illustrated by Examples in the The Durability of Liquors in large Celestial Bodies,
Quantity; and the little PrejuThe raising of Vapour, and return. dice from general Earthquakes, ing of Rain, ibid.
ibid. The General Affections taking Union by Victory, exemplified in place of particular, ibid. Natural Operations,
ibid. Sudden Changes usually attended The Difference betwixt Composiwith Violence,
tion and Mixture, ibid. An Attempt to revive the Persian Examples of imperfe&t Mixtures, Magick, in the Instance of uni
ibid. ting Kingdoms, ibid. Of perfect Mixtures,
8 And particularly applied to the V- The Doctrine applied to civil Ponion of England and Scotland, licy; and illustrated in the Roibid. man State,