An Index for the Philosophical Transactions.
Brain anatomised by Signeur Malpighi n. 27. p. 419. How the Brain and Nerves do cause Convulsions, Cramps, Epilepsy, Hylterical diseases, Scorbute, scorbutical Gouts, Consumptions, Dropsies, Feavers, and Epidemical diseases in England and Germany, and the proper Remedies. See Dr. Willis in Books.
A Bread-tree or Meal-tree in China n. 26. p. 485, &c.
Bridges of strange hugeness and fabrick in China, described with Cuts. See Kircher in Books.
Calamba-wood in China, a kind of Lentiscum, or rich Terebinth, worthy to be transplanted into Europe, &c. n. 26. p 485.
Canes in China so big that a Barrel may be made at every knot, n. 26. p. 486.
Cartesians highly applauded, but defective in not explicating the efficient power with the Matter. See Cornelii in Books.
A Chanel in China very huge. See Kircher in Books.
Chymistry an excellent Key to open Nature. See Cornelii in Books. Chymistry Medical. See Travagini in Books.
Cider made excellent by the mixture of the Juice of Mulberries, n. 27. p. 503.
Cold drink may suddenly kill one that is accustomed to hot or warm drink, n. 29. p. 550. Shining Wood and Luminous Fishes rather Cold than warm as to us. See Mr Boyles experiment by a curious Thermometer, n. 32. p. 611.
Coral where to be found. See Chapuzeau in Books.
Cormorants or Pelicans being put two hours under ground, lose their Fish-like taste, n. 27. p. 501.
Sea-cowes in China come off the shore and fight with Land-cowes, n. 26. p. 486.
Deaf and dumb how they may learn speech. Se Alphab. Naturæ in Books
Diamonds how to be found. See Chapuzeau in Books.
A Dog made to draw his breath like a wind-broken Horse, n. 29. p. 544.
Earth-quakes raising Lakes, n. 26. p. 485.
Earths that are Cosmitick. See Kircher in Books.
Elephants eating Sugar-canes which take roots in their stomacks. Quære in Kircher among Books.
Engines. See Artificial Instruments.
Emerauds. See Chapuzeau in Books.
Ferments, their Cause. See Travagini in Books.
Fig-trees bearing leaves big enough to wrap a Man in, n. 26. p. 486.
Fishes of strange kinds. Some that fly on land to seek their food in Summer, and in Autumn return to the waters. See Kircher in Books.
Flames or Flashes from the Sea; how great, and when, and where greatest, n. 27. p. 497.
The Flaming Well in Lancashire, described, n. 26. p. 482, and the like in China, n. 26. p. 485.
Forms call'd subordinate, submitted to Mechanical Principles. See Mr. Boyle and Monsieur Steno, in Books.
Fossils of strange kinds in China. See Kircher in Books.
Generation explicated. See Cornelii and Travagini in Books.
Geometry explicated in New Methods. See Dulaurens and Nouveaux Elemens in Books.
Gold and Silver in China not sought otherwhere than in Rivers and Fountains, n. 26. p. 487.
Granaries of what kind in several places, n. 25. p. 464.
Gravitation consider'd, n. 32. p. 517.
Gunnery how to be improv'd, or the Point-blank-force discover'd for all shapes, n. 25. p. 47.
Gun-powder invented in China long ago, according to Kircher. See Books.
Hail-stones of unusual bigness, n. 26. p. 481.
The Hebrew Tongues excellence and prerogative. See Alphab. Naturæ in Books.
An Hermaphrodite curiously described in all changes of Nature, shape and affections, from infancy to adult age, n. 32. p. 624.
Horses eyes apt to be defective by a spungy excrescence not hitherto observ'd, and remedy hinted, n. 32. p. 613.