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HISTORY divided into, 1. Natural. 2. Civil ....

75

Natural history is of three sorts, 1. The history of genera-

tions. 2. Of preter-generations. 3. Of arts

76

Civil history divided into, 1. Memoirs. 2. Just history.

3. Antiquities...

79

Just history divided into chronicles, lives, and narratives

or relations

80

History divided also into annals and journals

84

History ecclesiastical, divided into the history of the

Church; the history of prophecy; and the history of

providence

86

Appendices to history: speeches, letters, apophthegms

87

POETRY divided into, 1. Narrative. 2. Dramatical. 3. Pa-

rabolical ...

89

PHILOSOPHY divided into three branches, 1. Divine.

2. Natural. 3. Human

91

The trunk of all, a primitive or summary philosophy

92

Divine philosophy, or natural theology, relates to the

being and attributes of God; and the nature of angels

or spirits .....

95

Natural philosophy, divided into speculative and practical.. 96

Speculative philosophy, or natural science, divided into

physics and metaphysics....

97

Physics divided into, 1. The doctrine of the principles of

things. 2. The doctrine of the formation of things, or

the world. 3. The doctrine concerning the variety of

things

100

Metaphysics divided into, 1. The doctrine of forms. 2. The

doctrine of final causes

100

Mathematics divided into, 1. Pure. 2. Mixed..

106

Pure mathematics divided into geometry and arithmetic .... 106

Mixed mathematics divided into perspective, music, astro-

nomy, cosmography, architecture, enginery, &c.....

106

Practical philosophy, or natural prudence, divided into

mechanics and magic

107

Human philosophy has two parts, buman and civil........ 112

Human doctrine divided into, l. The doctrine of the human

body. 2. The doctrine of the human soul .....

113

The doctrine of the union of soul and body divided into,

1. The doctrine of notices. 2. The doctrine of impres-

sion.....

114

SYLVA SYLVARUM; OR A NATURAL HISTORY,

IN TEN CENTURIES.

CENTURY I.

Of straining or percolation, outward and inward..

... 239

Of motion upon pressure

241

Of separations of bodies liquid, by weight..

243

Of infusions, in water and air ....

244

Of the appetite of continuation in liquids

247

Of artificial springs ...

247

Of the venomous quality of man's flesh

248

Of turning air into water....

248

Of helping or altering the shape of the body

250

Of condensing of air, to yield weight or nourishment .... 250

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