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History of the Seasons or Temperatures of the Year, as
. History of the other Accidents of the Sea; its Saltness,
its various Colours, its Depth; also of Rocks, Mountains and Wallies under the Sea, and the like.
Nert come Histories of the Greater Masses.
History of Flame and of things Ignited.
Next come Histories of Species. History of perfect Metals, Gold, Silver; and of the Mines,
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Weins, Marcasites of the same; also of the Working in
Next come Histories of Man.
History of the Figure and External Limbs of Man, his Stature, Frame, Countenance and Features; and of the variety of the same according to Races and Climates, or other smaller differences.
. Physiognomical History of the same. . Anatomical History, or of the Internal Members of Man;
and of the variety of them, as it is found in the Natural Frame and Structure, and not merely as regards Diseases and Accidents out of the course of Nature. History of the parts of Uniform Structure in Man; as Flesh, Bones, Membranes, &c. History of Humours in Man; Blood, Bile, Seed, &c. History of Excrements; Spittle, Urine, Sweats, Stools, Hair of the Head, Hairs of the Body, Whitlows, Nails, and the like. History of Faculties; Attraction, Digestion, Retention, Expulsion, Sanguification, Assimilation of Aliment into
the members, conversion of Blood and Flower of Blood into Spirit, &c. History of Natural and Involuntary Motions; as Motion of the Heart, the Pulses, Sneezing, Lungs, Erection, &c. History of Motions partly Natural and partly Violent; as of Respiration, Cough, Urine, Stool, &c. History of Voluntary Motions; as of the Instruments of Articulation of Words; Motions of the Eyes, Tongue, Jaws, Hands, Fingers; of Swallowing, &c. History of Sleep and Dreams. History of different habits of Body — Fat, Lean; of the Complexions (as they call them), &c. History of the Generation of Man. History of Conception, Vivification, Gestation in the Womb, Birth, &c. History of the Food of Man; and of all things Eatable and Drinkable; and of all Diet; and of the variety of the same according to nations and smaller differences. History of the Growth and Increase of the Body, in the whole and in its parts.
. History of the Course of Age; Infancy, Boyhood, Youth,
Old Age; of Length and Shortness of Life, and the like, according to nations and lesser differences. History of Life and Death.
History Medicinal of Diseases, and the Symptoms and
History Medicinal of the Treatment and Remedies and
History Medicinal of those things which preserve the Body
History Medicinal of those things which relate to the Form and Comeliness of the Body.
History Medicinal of those things which alter the Body, and pertain to Alterative Regimen.
History of Drugs.
History of Surgery.
Chemical History of Medicines.
History of Vision, and of things Visible.
History of Painting, Sculpture, Modelling, &c.
History of Hearing and Sound.
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History of Music.
History of Cookery, and the arts thereto belonging, as of
101. History of Stone-cutting. 102. History of the making of Bricks and Tiles. 103. History of Pottery. 104. History of Cements, &c. 105. History of working in Wood. 106. History of working in Lead. 107. History of Glass and all vitreous substances, and of Glassmaking. 108. History of Architecture generally. 109. History of Waggons, Chariots, Litters, &c. 110. History of Printing, of Books, of Writing, of Sealing; of Ink, Pen, Paper, Parchment, &c. 111. History of Wax. 112. History of Basket-making. 113. History of Mat-making, and of manufactures of Straw, Rushes, and the like. 114. History of Washing, Scouring, &c.
115. History of Agriculture, Pasturage, Culture of Woods, &c. 116. History of Gardening. 117. History of Fishing. 118. History of Hunting and Fowling. 119. History of the Art of War, and of the arts thereto belonging, as Armoury, Bow-making, Arrow-making, Musketry, Ordnance, Cross-bows, Machines, &c. 120. History of the Art of Navigation, and of the crafts and arts thereto belonging. 121. History of Athletics and IIuman Exercises of all kinds. 122. History of Horsemanship. 123. History of Games of all kinds. 124. History of Jugglers and Mountebanks. 125. Miscellaneous History of various Artificial Materials, as Enamel, Porcelain, various Cements, &c. 126. History of Salts. 127. Miscellaneous History of various Machines and Motions. 128. Miscellaneous History of Common Experiments which have not grown into an Art.
Histories must also be written of Pure Mathematics ; though they are rather observations than experiments.
129. History of the Natures and Powers of Numbers. 130. History of the Natures and Powers of Figures.