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-his eulogy of Bacon's poli-
296-his Greek version of Ba. praise of Bacon, 234.
Philosophy, 168, 171, note
of, 180—the true subject of losophy, 150, note.
Hargrave, Mr., his character of
Harvey, Dr., his Circuitus San-
guinis, reception of, 130, note
-account of his great disco-
-loses his notes on, during
curious remedy for the gout,
64-Bacon's witty and hamane
course on Natural Philosophy,
character of, 7, note-quoted
History, Bacon's division of, 118.
ter of, 103-compared with
Bacon, 103, 104-translates se-
veral of Bacon's Essays, 102,
Andes, 190-effects upon, of
the decreased gravity of the
Hume, Mr., bis observations on
king James's knights, 45, note
- his character of the Com-
Hutton, Abp., his letter to lord
Hutton, Dr, his discovery in
Glen Tilt of veins of granite,
Induction, process of, 146, 164,
both from Plato's and Aris.
totle's, 147-151, 163, 164-ap-
gical as to physical science,
king James's knights, 45, note Instauratio Magna, nature and
design of, 89-209-influence of, | Madox, Mr., his History of the
Magdeburgh hemispheres, 191.
Napier, Professor, his Disserta.
ence of Bacon's philosophy,
Bacon's Essays, 32, note-de- ing of, 198—his careful study
signed writing his life, ib. of Bacon, 227 — adopts his
life of, 210, 238.
Non-residence, Bacon's opinion
his appointment to be King's
sign of, 143-202-influence of,
Oldenburgh, Mr., first secretary
of the Royal Society, his eu.
logy on Bacon, 221.
Osborn, Francis, his letters of
advice to a son, 167, note-309.
Paper, machine for making, 196.
Paper Philosophers, 140.
the Puy de Dôme, 190.
racter of sir John Herschel's
the Copernican System, 170.
the Instauration, 145, 229. from Bacon's, 147-150, 163,
164_his doctrine of Forms, Sharpe, Mr., his Essays, 73, note.
Smith, Dr. Adam, his Essay on
nary Dissertation, 210-quoted Sorbiere, Dr., his Relation d'un
by Dr. Sprat, 233, note-his
105—begins a translation of the banishment of. 233, note.
193—subject to the laws of in-
stated and illustrated, 153-162. Sprat, Dr., his history of the
doctrine of, stated and illus- on Bacon, ib.
Stewart, Dugald, his character of
Bacon's Essays, 32 - of his
Stubbe, Dr. Henry, his character,
224-calls the experimentalists
a Bacon-faced generation, 225
-his abuse, 225, note.
Syllogism, 164-deductive, 329
Sylva Sylvarum, character of, 204.
Theology, natural, Brougham's
Discourse on, 357.
losophy, singular assertion in,
Triviales, a scholastic expression,
meaning of, 168, note.
Trivium, meaning of, 168, note.
Voltaic pile, history and effects
of, 176, 189.
English nation, 240.
Wallis, Dr., his Institutio Lo.
Wallis, Dr. John, his account of Buckingham, 242-reviews Ba-
the origin and first transac- con's orders, but finds them
tions of the Royal Society, 338. just, 278—his Scrinia Reserata,
first discovery of the circula- Words, ambiguity of, cause of
tical Biography, 220, note, 301,
nomy and General Physics, Wotton, sir Henry, his opinion
his account of Kepler, ib. note