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Sandys (George) his Voyages, Transferring, how this difficulty 298.
may be overcome, 288. Scaliger de Emendatione Tem- Travels, books of travels and
voyages commended, 298. Sedler, his Rights of the King- Tully, his books de Oratore et de dom, commended, 297.
Officiis commended, 295, Selden, his Titles of Honour, 296. commended, 300.
Tyrrel (James) his History of Sidney (Algernon) his Dis- England commended, 296.
courses concerning Govern-
v. Skinner, his Lexicon commend Vegetables, an account of them, ed, 300.
319. Society (civil) books that treat of Understanding of man, its opera
the rise and nature of civil tions, 293.
how it may be imSpelman, his Glossary commend- proved, 213. 293. ed, 300.
man's last resort to State-tracts, two collections of
it for conduct, 205. them, commended, 297.
to be improved by Stephens (Robert), bis Thesaurus
practice and habit, 213. Linguæ Latinæ commended,
wherein the last 300.
judgment of it consists, 236, Stones are real vegetables, 319. &c. Strauchius, his Chronology com- Universality of knowledge, how mended, 299.
it should be pursued, 238.
Vossius (Gerhard John) his EtyT.
mologicum Linguæ Latinæ, Tallent's Tables of Chronology commended, 300. recommended, 299.
Voyages, see Travels.
Wandering, we should endeavour Theology, should be studied by to keep our minds from it, all men, 225. 244.
259. Thuanus, his History of his own Whear, his Methodus legendi Times, commended, 299.
Historias, commended, 297. Tillotson, archbishop of Canter- Words, should not be used withbury, his elogium, 295.
out a fixed sepse, 257. Transferring of thoughts not easily attained, 283.
Y. causes of the dif- Year, made by the revolution of ficulty of doing it, 284.
the earth about the sun,310.
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