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Mouth, nicely shaped for Food, &c. In 17)
Sómas liçcle and narrow 190."'?.
to carry Burdens, to bore and build their Habita
Birds as notable, Horned in all. In some
Hooked for Ravine, climbing, Q. 192.
Long and sender so grope, et i
Compressed to raile Limpets, c.
nimals, deficient in young Crearures; W 194. } Salival Glands, compiodioully placed for Mastication and
Deglutition 196. 10)
bres, c. 197.
Glands, Nerves. Arterics and Veins.
Menftruums is admirable.
cure of the Food, or Occaswns of Animals,
Ruminants, Birds, or More.
ftalcick Morion deserve Admiration 201.
, Glands, and Lymphædults. i Sagacity of all Animalsi in finding out, and providing
Seeing in the dark.
Young Creatyręs 101: i piepori
Hands and Affe&tion fufficing.si
Young, where Food and all Necessaries are the
be found 209 lovid Ability of the Young themselves to lift for and
help themselves, with the little Helps of theik
want it, who
Lay up Food before-hand. subito
Man, it is left coihis own Reafob and Arts joyned with
sufficient Materials : Which ris.bct for chimg
hard Skins, &c. 221.
move more dowly 224. liaiu. : Provide for themselves by their Teytrine,cor Architec
conick Art.'. Of which under the next Branch Well garnished, being all Workman-tike, compleat, and kuris in its kind beautiful, being 225.1....!!!!!!
Adorned with gay, various and elegant Colours.
vand captivate what is Man, who is abundantly furnished with Bontrivance and Art to build and garnith his Habich.
tions 226. Materials of all force to effect his Works Irrationals whose marvellous Infinet is manifefted by the Convenience of their Nefts and Habtrations for the sHatching and Education of their Young 229. Guard and Defence of themselves and their Young. Fabrick of their Neits, scarce imitable by Man, and then
by their contrivance and Make, being exactly faicable to their Occasions, and made býr band Putting only a few ugly Sticks, Mols, Dirt, co togBuilding Combs according to the best Rules of Mathema
ticks..decorative Weaving Webs, and miaking Cafes: "For which Service the
Parts of their Bodies, and Materials afforded by them
are very conliderable. IX. Animal's Self-Preservation. For which there is always
a Guard in proportion to the Dangers and Occasions of their Seater which is observable insieme
Man, whose Reason and Art supplies the Defect of Nae
Irrational Creatures; who um...
Shells, Horns, Claws, Stings, t. 241
of natural Artifices entrap
neceffary for their Food and other Occasions. JohX. Animal's Generacion. sEquivocal, is denied 245.
chini 440 Univocal, Which of.
Sagacity in chlling the firteft Places for tltetr Eggs and se. Young : Where tr'is obfervable what'a
Tusindfrei 4:21. Nis: +3:!!
Compleat Order they observed in 1.1
1 Natural Venome they inject with their Eggs into
Vegetables. to pervert Nature, and produce Balls,
and Cafes 252. ut sitt 10.ri.
When Provisions are most plentiful and easielt had.
How tuitable this Food is. br.
How willingly parted with by all, even the most favage. ? What a compleat Apparatus in all Creatures of Dugs &c. Pucting Food, in thcir Mouths, with their proper Parts for
catching and conveying Food, 258. Viss Neither way, but by laying in Provisions before-hand 259.
Having in the Fourth Book thus dispatched the Decad of
vers things, I infitt upon two as thewing an especial di-
Provision for the Dispatch for all the World's Affairs,
and that they may be performed with Pleasure 265. Inventive Faculcy. In which it is remarkable chat Slcs Compass is fo large, extending to all things of ure,
and occasioning so many several Callings. Things of greatest Neceflicy and Ure were soon and easi
ly found out, but things less useful later, and dangerous things not yec: Here of divers particular Inventions, with an Exhortation to exercise and improve
of some particular Parts mentioned 287.
Figure and Shape of Man's Body most agreeable to his
Without Botches and Blunders
Five Senses 298.
, &c. 300.
more dangerous 305.
whereof is given in the Fifth Pair, branched to the
Eye, Ear, Political, Tociable State. For the Preservation and Secua
sity of which the Creacor hath taken Care by Va
Tiety of Mens
red and made
. Of which I take no notice, but wherein they dif'fer from Man, viz.
in some for