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Its great Benefit 33.
Cause of Levity, which is of great. Use in the World 35. Terraqueous Globe it self. Of which I take a View in General of, Its Spherical Figure, which is the most commodious in re
Irs Bulk 43
Bodies 45o che
Be helpful to one another. The great Variery and Quantity of all things serving for
Food, Physick, Building, and every Ufe and Occasion of
all Ages, Places, and Creatures 53.
Growth of various Vegetables 61. sin
Conveyance of the sweet Fountain Waters 66. Subterraneous Cavertis and Vulcano's ; of greature to the
Countries where they are 68. Mountains and Valleys, which are not rude Ruins, but Works
of Design, inasmuch as this Structure of the Earth is
fome, the Valleys 72.7
Generation of Minerals and Metals 75: Absolutely necessary to the Conveyance of the Rivers; and in all probability to the Origine of Fountains 26.
bora cerning the
mron of the Eye 90. Muscles, and the excellenc Provision made for
1 Conclufion against blaming GOD 81., LIts Inhabitants , which are either Senftive or Infenfátive Cona Sensitive, fome things are
Eye, an admirable Piece of Mechanism in regard of its
, which is bent for
of every Creature. Motion, in Tome Animals, S Every way. ***
Fixed; and the excellent
Provision in the case 92:01
All Creatures, according to their Occasipas.
Such as live undër ground;
vent double Vision.
Muscles and Tunick's.
their peculiar' Uses, Equilibration, c. 98. Tunicks : Among which the various Apertures
Forms, and Politions of the Pupil are patti.
cularly noted 100. Humours, especially the prodigious Finery and
Composition of the Crystalline, according to
Withdrawiug thein into their Heads mus.
Prout in the Loss or Hurt
Ar. Çochlea; all
032bij Sic 89:;?" pallidi in
curity, and near the Eye and Brain, The Fabrick of the Outward Ear, which is in All Creatures formed, guarded, placed, and every way accourered according to their various Places and Occasions 116.
to his érect 'Posture iz and all its Parts, the Helix, Tragus, Concha, &c. admirably suited to the Receptiop and Melioration
of Sounds, and the Security of the Part. CInward Ear: In which I take a View of the 121.
Auditory Passage, curiously cuộnciled, cortuous,
and smooth and being always open, is lined
with the nauseous Ear-wax for a Guard. Tuba Euftachiana 123. Bone, particularly hard and context for Guard,
and to afsift the Sound.
the Eye, Tongue, Muscles of the Ear, and to 67'11 :
the Heart, whence a great Sympathy between
thofe Parts 129:
The Improvements thereof by the Wit of Man 130.
its Pleafure, and the Power of Mufick 135
SA Guard against noxious Things 139.
Siruation thereof to be a Sentinel to the Stomachy and
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of che fifth Pair 142.6 vitudszüne Essi ! il Peeling. Page 143. iv . ovrtasteint. 2.018V
3 SWhose Organ is the Nerves 1449 * 11 mol Which is dispersed through every part of the Bady,/ad!
the admirable Benefit thereof. II. Respiration the grand Ad of Animal. Lifegipi) 1:46, Ministering to the Circulation of the Blood and Diaftdle of the Heart.
Refpiration and, forming the Voice 149.7
and Nerves 151. i vreixo!!! 23 LIV
Fæfus in the Womb;rt: 54.w fino Vi vissiivi
Some Animals in Winter.
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Nerves, and their origine, Ramifications and Inoícula00:tions. o low
16 sat sortimba More particularly the Loco Motive Alt it felf, which is Swift or Now, with Wings Lego many gr few for none at
all according to the various Occasions and Ways of
Animals Lives. As particularly in sus. IT
Range, andi therefore a swifter Motion : 165.V
require yer a larger. Range, and have faccordingly a
yer swifter Motion and dired Conveyance.
Motive Parts being accurately placed with regard to the goi Center of the Body's Gravity, and to undergo their
due Proportion of Weight and Exercise.id
IV. The Place allotted to "he several Tribes of Animals to
live and act in. Concerning which I observe ithad
dom thereof 1691? 23.371.519:20
9:903.13 neosnudebe cili Overstocked by their Increase. SHOJI
30% otra Which is effected in
9:11 10 The several Tribes of Animals by a due Propdicion in the ŞLength of their Life 170.
11pX0W Number of their Young, in
guftful Creatures being many. +387
Soon after the Creation 172. d sini
Balance of Males and Females 196.3 ianit) VI. The Food of Animals. In which the Divine Management and Providence appears in the 180!" ( srij Maintaining such large Numbers of all kinds of Animals i on the Land, in the Seas, and divers Places,cdo unlike
dy to afford sufficient Food. T. LIVE
C gated 182. Hoone
Varieties of Food, ro chat what is grateful to one, is
All Creatures.co be sufficiently fupplied.
on?! Peculiar Food, that particular Places afford to the Crea
tures residing therein 185. Curious Apparatus in all Animals for Gathering, and
Digestion of their Food, viz. the