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40. On the sight of boys playing 88 Viso puerorum ludo .

89

41. On the sight of a spider and Ad conspectum araneæ telam

her web

90 suam exordientis

91

42. On the sight of a natural 92 Conspecto morione quodam 93

43. On the loadstone and the jet ib. Viso magnete et gagate

ib.

44. On hearing of music by Ad concentum musicum noctur-

night

94

95

45. On the fanning of corn

ib. Ad conspectum tritici ventilati ib.

46. On herbs dried

96 De herbis exsiccatis

97

47. On the quenching of iron in Audito ferri extincti stridore

ib.

water

ib.

48. On a fair-coloured fly ib. Visis muscis quibusdam pulchrè

coloratis, quas cantharidas ap-

pellare solemus

ib.
49. On a glow-worm

ib. Conspectâ noctiluca, vel cicindelå ib.

50. On the shutting of one eye 98 Conspecto quodam oculum unum

claudente

99

51. On a spring-water

ib. Conspecto fonte

52. On gnats in the sun

ib. Visis culicibus in radiis solaribus

ludentibus

ib.

53. On the sight of grapes .

100 Conspectis uvarum racemis 101

54. On a corn field overgrown Viso agro herbis noxiis malè in-
with weeds
ib. festato

ib.
55. On the sight of tulips, and Conspectâ tulipâ, calendula, he-
marigolds, &c. in his gar- liotropio in horto suo

ib.
den

ib.

56. On the sound of a cracked

Audito campanæ fractæ sono 103

102

57. On the sight of a blind man ib. Viso coco quodam

ib.

58. On a beech-tree full of nuts 104 Ad conspectum fagi feracissimæ 105

59. On the sight of a piece of Ad conspectum nummi in aquam

money under the water ib. injecti
60. On the first rumour of the Accepto rumore terræmotûs Li-

earthquake at Lime; where- mensis ; à quo sylva quædam,
in a wood was swallowed casis duorum montium, absorp-
up, with the fall of two ta quasique sepulta fuit .

107

hills.

106

61. On the sight of a dormouse . ib. Ad conspectum gliris

ib.

62. On bees fighting :

108 Visis apibus secum pugnantibus . 109

63. On wasps falling into a glass ib. Conspectis vespis in vitrum melle

illitum decidentibus

ib.

64. On a spring in the wild fo- Viso fonticulo è loco quodam de-

rest

110 serto ebulliente

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65. On the sight of an owl in the Conspecto bubone

ib.

twilight

ib.

66. On an arm benumbed 112 De brachio obstupescente 113

67. On the sparks flying upward ib. Visâ scintillâ sursum volante ib.

68. On the sight of a raven

ib. Corvo conspecto

ib.

69. On a worm

114 Viso verme

115

70. On the putting on

of his Se induendo

117

clothes

116

7). On the sight of a great li- Conspectâ bibliothecâ instructis-
brary
ib. sima

ib.

72. On the red cross on a door · 118 Visâ cruce rubeâ, pestis insigni,

foribus appictâ

119

73. On the change of weather ib. Ad cæli mutationem vicissitudi-

nemque.

ib.

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75. On the sight of a snake 120 Conspecto angue

121

76. On the ruins of an abbey 122 Visis monasterii cujusdam rui-

nis

123

77. On the discharging of a Ad displosionem bombarda

125

piece

124

78. On the tolling of a passing- Audito campanæ sono, moribundi

ib. cujusdam obitum præmonen-

tis

ib.

79. On a defamation dispersed 126 Defamatione quâdam divulgatâ . 127

80. On a ring of bells

ib. Audito quodam campanarum con-

ib.

81. On the sight of a full table Conspecto benè instructo convi-

at a feast

128

vio

129

82. On the hearing of a lute Audita lyrå benè pulsatâ ib.

well played on :

ib.

83. On the sight and noise of a

Viso et audito pavone

. 131

peacock

130
84. On a penitent malefactor ib. De scelerato quodam seriò pæni-

tente

ib.
85. On the sight of a lily 132 Ad conspectum liliorum

133

86. On the sight of a coffin Visâ sandapilâ foribus ornatâ ib.

stuck with flowers

ib.

87. On the view of the world 134 Conspectâ mundi fabrica

135

88. On the stinging of a wasp. ib. De vespa aculeo

ib.

89. On the arraignment of a fe- Viso reo pro tribunali consistente 137

lon.

136

90. On the crowing of a cock ib. Audito galli cantu

ib.

91. On the variety of thoughts 138 De cogitationum varietate 139

92. On the sight of a harlot Ad conspectum meretricis, plau-

carted

140 stro exceptæ, publicisque contu-

meliis expositæ

141

93. On the smell of a rose ib. Ad rosæ odorem

ib.

94. On a cancelled bond . 142 Ad conspectum syngraphæ lace-

ratæ et irritæ

143

95. On the report of a great Audito naufragio quodam. ib,
loss by sea

ib.

96. On sight of a bright sky fuli Viso cælo sereno, stellis referto . 145

of stars

144

97. On the rumours of wars ib. Audito rumore belli

ib.

98. On a child crying

146 Puero ejulante

147

99. On the beginning of a sick- Ineunte morbo

ib.
ib.

100. On the challenge of a pro- Promisso quodam vehementiùs

mise

148

149

101. On the sight of flies 150 Muscis quibusdam conspectis 151

102. On the sight of a fantastical Viso zelote quodam fanatico ib.

zealot

ib.

103. On the sight of a scavenger Conspecto sordido quodam cana-

working in the kennel

ib. lium expurgatore

ib.

104. On a pair of spectacles 152 De perspecillis suis

153

105. On motes in the sun . ib. Visis atomis in solis radiis

ib.
106. On the sight of a bladder 154 Conspectâ vesicâ recente

155

107. On a man sleeping

ib. Viso quodam dormiente

ib.

108. On the sight of a death's- Viso cranio humano

ib.

head

ib.

109. On the sight of a left-hand-

Ad conspectum scævæ cujusdam 157

ed man

156

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110. On the sight of an old, un- Conspecto tuguriolo pauperculo

thatched cottage

156 vetere, nudato tegmine strami.

neo caducoque

157

111. On the sight of a fair pearl 158 Conspectâ quâdam gemmâ lucu.

lenta

159

112. On a screen

ib. Visâ quâdam antepyrå

ib.

13. On a bur-leaf

ib. Viso petasite, vel bardanæ, quam

vocant, folio largiore

ib.

114. On the singing of a bird ib. Audito aviculæ cantu

ib.

115. On the sight of a man yawn- Conspecto quodam oscitante 161

ing.

160

116. On the sight of a tree lop- Visâ arbore quâdam resectâ ib.

ped .

ib.

117. On a scholar that offered

De studioso quodam, qui vim sibi

violence to himself

ib. intulerat

ib.

118. On the coming in of the De judicis adventu

. 163

judge

162

119. On the sight of a heap of Conspecto lapidum acervo ib.

stones

ib.

120. On the sight of a bat and De bubone et vespertilione . 165

owl

164

121. On the sight of a well- Viso vellere ovino

ib.

fleeced sheep

ib.

122. On the hearing of thunder 166 Audito tonitru

167

123. On the sight of a hedge- Conspecto erinaceo, vel echino . ib.
hog.

ib.

124. On the sight of a goat

168 Viso capro

169

125. On the sight of the blind Cæco et claudo unà conspectis ib.
and the lame

ib.

126. On the sight of a map

of the Visâ tabulâ orbis geographicâ 171

world

170

127. On the sight of hemlock ib. Ad conspectum cicutæ

ib.
128. On a flower-de-luce. 172 Viso lilio

173

129. On the sight of two trees,

De arboribus duabus, altà unâ,

one high, the other broad

ib. latâ alterâ

130. On the sight of a drunken Ad conspectum ebrii

ib.
ib.

131. On the whetting of a scythe 174 Viso messore falcem coticulâ ex-

acuente

175

132. On the sight of a looking- Admoto speculo

ib.
glass

ib.

133. On the shining of a piece of Viso ligni cariosi splendore

rotten wood

176

134. On an ivy-tree

ib. Visa hederâ

ib.

135. On a quartan ague

ib. De febre quartana

ib.

136. On the sight of a loaded Conspecto plaustro benè onusto 179

cart.

178

137. On the sight of a dwarf ib.

ib.

138. On an importunate beggar 180 Audito paulò importuniore men-

dico

181

139. On a medicinal potion ib. Viso pharmaco quodam

140. On the sight of a wheel 182 Ad conspectum rotæ

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III. JOSEPHI EXON. HENOCHISMUS: SIVE, TRACTATUS

DE MODO AMBULANDI CUM DEO.

185

III. THE WAY OF ENOCH: OR, A TREATISE ON THE

MANNER OF WALKING WITH GOD. Newly tran-

slated into English, by the Rev. Peter Hall, M. A.

Auctoris Dedicatio Clero Dioceos Exon.

. 186
Author's Dedication to the Clergy of the Diocese of Ex-
eter

187
Analysis Tractatus Istius

. 188
Analysis of the Treatise

· 189

· 231

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CONTENTS OF THE CHAPTERS AND Sections :-

PERIOCHE CAPIICM ET SECTIONUM :-

INTRODUCTION.

INTRODUCTIO

282

283

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Chap. I. FROM THE OBSTINATE AND ADVERSE DISPOSITION OF THE

ROMANISTS

292

I. PROPTER AVERSAM ET OBSTINATAM PONTIFICIORUM Vo-

293

Chap. II. Because a CONFESSION OF THE SAME CREED is not suf-

296

II. QUIA NON SUFFICIT EJUSDEM SYMBOLI CONFESSIO . 297

Chap. III. FROM THE NATURE OF THE MATTERS CONTROVERTED 300

III. Ex NATURA RERUM CONTROVERSARUM

. 301

Sect. 1. From the Impuration, or Corruption, of the Roman

Church

300

1. Ex Impuratione, sive Corruptione, Romanæ Ecclesiæ

301

Sect. 2. From the Wilful Fable of the Pope's Infallibility 304

2. Ex pertinaci illâ Fabulâ Infallibilitatis Papisticæ 305

Sect. 3. From other Opinions of the Romanists

. 310

3. Ex Reliquis Romanæ Ecclesiæ Opinionibus .

1. Those which chiefly respect Men :The Roman He-

resy, concerning (1.) Justification: (2.) Free-will:

(3.) Merits: (4.) Satisfaction : (5.) Purgatory :

(6.) Indulgences and Pardons : (7.) The Distinction

of Mortal and Venial Sins

310

I. Quæ ad Homines præsertim : Hæresis Romana, (1.)

De Justificatione : (2.) De Libero Arbitrio: (3.)

De Merito : (4.) De Satisfactionibus : (5.) De

Purgatorio: (6.) De Indulgentiis et Absolutionibus :

(7.) De Distinctione Peccati Mortalis et Venialis . 311

II. Those which principally respect God :-

(1.) Concerning Scripture :-[1.] Its Canon : [2.] Its

Insufficiency : [3.] Its Authority.

(2.) Concerning the Person and Offices of Christ :-

[1.] Against his Person are, (a) Transubstantia-

tion : (b) The Multi-presence of his Body. [2.]

Against his Priestly Office are, (a) The Sacrifice

of the Mass : (b) The Number of Mediators, and

the Invocation of Saints.

(3.) Concerning the Superstitious, Heathenish, and Ri-

diculous Worship of the Papists

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