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its generation and the first percussion, iii. 535; parison of the state of England and Spain in 1588.
speeches not fit for despatch, i. 32 ; differences be.
and interception of, ii. 37 ; mixture of, ii. 38; ma- ought to be but seldom, i. 40; better to deal by
ii. 28; cause of, ii. 8; cold weather best for, ii. 39. Spirits, wine for the, ii. 466 ; bracelets to comfort, ii.
of, ii. 124; emission of, in vapour, ii. 126, flight of,
upon odious objects, ii. 107; evacuation of, i. 92 ;
next to God, i. 175.
Sponges, the growth of, ii. 94.
English, ii. 200, 207; their attacks upon England, Sprat’s notice of Bacon, i. 278.
use, i. 55.
Stanford, Sir William, reports of, ii. 502.
Studies, set hours proper for, not agreeable, i. 45; essay
speech in the, ii. 475; decree against duels, ii. 300;
force and fraud, ii. 253; formalities in, ii. 343. Study, mode of, adopted by Queen Elizabeth, i. 179.
Style of the king, suggestions relating to, ii. 145.
true that they are not subject to change, ii. 582 ; Style of delivery, i. 214.
Subordinate magistrates, ii. 293. ·
Succession to the crown, instances where they were
ed, i. 165 : the greatest have not only seemed but Succession, hereditary, ii. 424.
to their own cunning have been counterfeit, i. 71. Suffocations, the most dangerous diseases in the body,
of new acquest till settled are rather matters of Sugar, where found, ii. 82; experiment touching, ji.
ii. 376 ; essay on, i. 54; different motives for under-
taking suits, i. 54; in the courts of chancery, ii. 472.
Suits, what sort of, dismissed, ii. 480; injunctions for
stay of, ii. 482 ; commission of, advice to the king
for reviving, ii. 520; on commissions for charitable
uses, ji. 485.
Sulpitins Galba's persuasions for the Romans to war
Summer, great droughts in, ii. 109.
Summary philosophy, its principles, i. 196.
tween clouds than in the open sky, i. 100; pheno
mena in the year 790, and after the death of Julius
Cæsar, ii. 582.
Sun, Venus, Mercury, and the Moon, their relative
multiplies heat, i. 101; their effect, i. 101.
secret for the, ii. 472 ; a manus Christi, for the, Superficial learning, conceit of, i. 182.
Supernatation of bodies, ii. 107.
463; elder flowers proper for the, ii. 91; herbs Superstition, its effect, i. 46; as powerful as custom,
essay of, i. 25.
Superstitions and natural causes, i. 188.
Superstitious divination, i. 206.
Supply, speech concerning the king's, ii. 281.
Susa, the winter parlour of the King of Persia, ii. 228.'
Sution, Mr., advice to the king touching his estate de-
vised for founding the Charter House, ii. 239; his
hospital, ii. 463
Sweat, experiments touching, ii. 95 ; putrefied smell of, | Thales, as he looked on the stars, fell in the water,
saying thereon, i. 111; his theory that water is the
prime element, i. 438; his monopoly of olives, ii. 89.
crees on a war even to the walls of Sparta, ii. 202.
Themistocles, pertinent answer of, i. 168; his saying
226; the ruin of Louis XII.; affairs in Italy in re- i. 34 ; his speech on being asked to touch a lute, i.
Theodosius, saying of, ii. 473 ; his answer to a suitor,
creatures, i. 194.
Theological tracts, ii. 405.
opinions, i. 433; universal, the invention of, by per-
the object of the, ii. 575.
Thomas, St., the largest heart of the school divines, ii.
205; his definition of a just cause of war, ii. 205.
place their thoughts without themselves not fortu-
nate, i. 46; on the nature of things, i. 406.
i. 161; his observation as to the obscurity of learned condemned of impiety, i. 97.
Ticinum, church at, in Italy, ii. 107.
the Roman army, i. 36.
Titillation, experiment touching, ii. 103.
Timber trees, touching the growth of, ii. 66.
of separation with Scotland, ii, 146; considerations tion, i. 431; masculine birth of, i. 223.
Time seems to resemble a stream, i. 173.
trary operation of on fruits and liquors, ii. 119; the
experiment touching the tenderness of the, ii. 91; the measure of business, i. 32 ; iterating often the
Time and fire, differing operations of, ii. 45.
will facilitate reformation of religion in Ireland,
rum, i. 272 ; his statement of the nature of the es- Timotheus's denial of fortune's aid, i. 46.
Tin and copper, mixture of, ii. 456.
Tin and silver, mixture of, ii. 456.
Tincture of metals, how, ii. 460, 461.
to confer with Lopez and Ferrera respecting the poi
soning of Queen Elizabeth, ii. 218; confers with
Ferrera, ii. 218; sent back with a short answer by
ii. 222 ; large countries often rather a burden than Thores to Lopez, ii. 219; comes over with a resolu-
made of the queen's death, ii. 220; his confession,
con, ii. 522.
üi. 220; avouching to Lopez on his arraignment, pediment to knowledge, i. 95; there must be a dis-
solution of their state when their martial virtue shall
be further relaxed, ii. 225 ; their religion, ii. 438 ;
against them, not for religion, but upon a just fear,
Tutelage, law of, ii. 274.
Tyana, Apollonius of, ii. 124.
Typhon, i. 287.
Tyrone, the arch-traitor, ii. 349.
Ulster, suggestion to add the earldom of to the Prince
ment on, ii. 33 ; proportions of, ii. 34; as to pro- Ulysses, i. 313; bis constancy, i. 16; his preference
of custom before excellency, i. 184,
Undertakers, different sorts of, ii. 269; speech on,
Understanding, the, produces decrees, i. 206; division
of, 1. Invention, 2. Judgment, 3. Memory, 4. Tradi-
tion, ii. 207 ; division of learning among the three
parts of the, i. 187; the, is the highest part of the
Unison and diapason, ii. 25.
and considerations touching, ii. 142; certificate or
return of the commissioners of, ii. 149; Sir Francis
ing the general naturalization of the Scottish nation,
ii. 150; touching the union of laws with Scotland,
ii. 158; preparation towards, ii. 160.
Scotland, ii. 138 ; certain articles touching, collected
and dispersed for his majesty's better service, ii. 142
Union of England and Scotland, ii. 452, 454 ; witb
Scotland, ii. 383.
Union between all men, ii. 443.
Union, of flint and iron, ii. 455; of brass and iron, ii,
456 ; force of, ii. 22.
ing high, ii. 291; punishment, trial, and proceedings Universities, their orders and customs contrary to
petit, ii. 162; charge against Mr. Owen for, ii. 313. thors, i. 98 ; prejudiced, ii. 415; defect of, the sys-
tems in, i. 186; logic and rhetoric too early taught
in, i. 186; dedications of, to professions, only injuri-
adds greatness to a state when accompanied with dedicated to professions, i. 185; want of experiments
quiries into unlaboured parts of learning, i. 186;
amendment of defects of, i. 186, 187; want of mn-
straining through, ii. 7; melioration of, ii. 62 ; pro- Universality, men have abandoned, i. 173.
Urban the Second, Pope, to Godfrey, ii. 315.
pope did not destroy his right to recover Urbin,
Usages, in the time of their beginning ought to be con-
Use of the law, iii. 247.
Uses, reading on the statute of, iii. 295; cases of revo-
cation of, iii. 280.
Usury, laws against, i. 333; the most certain, thougla
one of the worst means of gain, i. 42 ; ploughs on
Vines, grafting of, upon vines, ii. 88; on making them
learning, i. 8; on the interpretation of nature, i. Vineyard, the arrest of the ship so named in Sardinia,
by the Spaniards, ii. 196.
Viol and lute, use of the perforations made in them,
Violets, what an infusion of good for, ii. 9.
ascribed to, ii. 222; of the Spaniard lieth in the eye Virginia and Summer Islands, ii. 285.
empire, i. 43; his Georgics, i. 219; his separation
sciences, i. 164; his opinion of causes and conquests
of all fears, i. 182.
a cause of much loss to them, ii. 202 ; confederacy i. 73.
multiplication rests upon well ordained societies, i.
46 ; overt virtues bring forth praise, but there are
secret virtues that bring forth fortune, i. 46; best
by the epicures bonum theatrale, i. 73; the answer
to that, i. 73.
the other, ii. 580; Venus, change of its colour in ii. 41.
Vitellius undone by a fame scattered by Mucianus,
ii. 92 ; experiments touching, ii. 91; when men Vitrification of earth, ii. 21.
Vitrification of metals, ii. 461, 462.
with moisture, ii. 81.
Voice, divine, above the light of nature, i. 329.
service in the Low Countries and of the battle of Volatility and fixation of metals, ii. 461, 462.
working compendiously, i. 195.
WAADE, lieutenant of the Tower, removed, ii, 324.
jurisdiction of, ii. 290 ; charges judicial upon the Wales, prince of, Henry, letter to, in 1612, with the
Walls, stone ones unwholesome, ii. 128.
Walsingham, Mr. Secretary, good intelligence received
in his time, ii. 215.
Wandering mind fixed by mathematics, i. 199.
i. 12; Mucianus's encouragement to him to take of poverty and consumption, ii. 201; requisites to a
religion are just, ii. 202; unjust offensive wars, evil
effects of, illustrated by the insidious surprisal of
Thebes by the Lacedæmonians, ii. 202; and by the
offensive war turned to a necessary defensive war,
becomes just, ij. 203; fear a sufficient ground of
advice to, in the station of prime minister, ii. 375 ; of it, ii. 203—205; a secret war is ever between