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INCLUDING HIS LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE

EDITED BY SIMON WILKIN F.L.S.

VOLUME III

ALDI

DISCIP.

ANG LVS

LONDON

WILLIAM PICKERING

JOSIAH FLETCHER NORWICH

1835

NORWICH: PRINTED BY JOSIAH FLETCHER.

Chap. 5. Of the picture of Adam and Eve with

navels

99 to 102

Chap. 6. Of the pictures of the Jews and

Eastern Nations, at their feasts, especially

our Saviour at the Passover

102 to 110

Chap. 7. Of the picture of our Saviour with

long hair

111 to 112

Chap. 8. Of the picture of Abraham sacrificing

Isaac

113 to 114

Chap. 9. Of the picture of Moses with horns 114 to 116

Chap. 10. Of the scutcheons of the twelve

tribes of Israel

117 to 122

Chap. 11. Of the pictures of the sybils 122 to 123

Chap. 12. Of the picture describing the death

of Cleopatra

124 to 126

Chap. 13. Of the pictures of the nine worthies 127 to 131

Chap. 14. Of the picture of Jephthah sacrific-

ing his daughter

131 to 134

Chap. 15. Of the picture of John the Baptist

in a camel's skin

134 to 136

Chap. 16. Of the picture of St. Christopher 136 to 138

Chap. 17. Of the picture of St. George 138 to 140

Chap. 18. Of the picture of St. Jerome 141 to 143

Chap. 19. Of the pictures of mermaids, uni-

corns, and some others

143 to 148

Chap. 20. Of the hieroglyphical pictures of the

Egyptians

148 to 152

Chap. 21. Of the picture of Haman hanged 153 to 155

Chap. 22. Of the picture of God the Father;

of the sun, moon, and winds, with others 156 to 161

Chap. 23. Compendiously of many popular cus-

toms, opinions, &c.

162 to 173

Chap. 24. Of popular customs, opinions, &c. 174 to 184

The Sixth Book; the particular part continued.

Of popular and received tenets, cosmographi-

cal, geographical, and historical.

Chap. 1. Concerning the beginning of the

world, that the time thereof is not precisely

known, as commonly it is presumed . 185 to 200

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Chap. 2. Of men's enquiries in what season or

point of the Zodiack it began, that, as they

are generally made, they are in vain, and as

particularly, uncertain

201 to 203

Chap. 3. Of the divisions of the seasons and

four quarters of the year, &c.

204 to 209

Chap. 4. Of some computation of days and de-

ductions of one part of the year unto another 210 to 213

Chap. 5. A digression of the wisdom of God

in the site and motion of the sun

213 to 219

Chap. 6. Concerning the vulgar opinion that

the earth was slenderly peopled before the

flood

219 to 235

Chap. 7. Of east and west

236 to 246

Chap. 8. Of the river Nilus

246 to 259

Chap. 9. Of the red sea

259 to 262

Chap. 10. Of the blackness of Negroes 263 to 275

Chap. 11. Of the same

275 to 280

Chap. 12. A digression concerning blackness 281 to 287

Chap. 13. Of gypsies

287 to 290

Chap. 14. Of some others

290 to 293

The Seventh Book; the particular part concluded.

Of popular and received tenets, chiefly his-

torical, and some deduced from the Holy

Scriptures.

Chap. 1. That the forbidden fruit was an apple 295 to 299

Chap. 2. That a man hath one rib less than a

299 to 301

Chap. 3. Of Methuselah

301 to 304

Chap. 4. That there was no rainbow before the

flood

304 to 308

Chap. 5. Of Shem, Ham, and Japheth 308 to 310

Chap. 6. That the tower of Babel was erected

against a second deluge

310 to 312

Chap. 7. Of the mandrakes of Leah . 312 to 317

Chap. 8. Of the three kings of Collein 317 to 319

Chap. 9. Of the food of John Baptist, locust

and wild honey

319 to 321

Chap. 10. That John the Evangelist should

not die,

321 to 326

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