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to hinder or ireclaim them. That Birds of the Same Kind
they had never seen a Nest made.
Wood-peckers, ibid. 6. Swallows, 144. 7. Doukers or
The Bodies of Fisies most conveniently formed and provided for
the use of Swimming 150, 151. and particularly those of
Heat 151, 152. and of. Amphibious Creatures : ibid.
Genitals of the Sexes 153. The Nipples of the Paps to the
Mouth and Organs of Suction Ibid. The admirable Structure
of the Breasts or Paps, for the preparing and separating, the
containing and retaining of the Milk, that it doth not florp
out without Presure or Suition
Several Observations of Aristotle's, relating to the fitness of
the Parts to the Creatures Nature and Manner of Living, and
to their respective Uses
Another remarkable Instance in proportioning the length of the
Neck to that of Legs in Animals 157, 158. Of the Aponeu-
Man 157. That some Birds have but fort Legs, and yet
The various kinds of Voices the same Animal uses on divers Oc-
- Cafions, and to divers Purposes argumentative of Providence
and Counsel, in conferring them upon it, being so extremely
useful and serviceable to the Creature
An Obje&tion against the Uses of several Bodies I have instanced
in, relating to Man, answered 160. A Discourse in the
161, 162, &c.
is momon, That the World was in some Sence made for Man,
ration of the Works of God, may probably be some part of our
An enumeration of some plants, which afford almost whatever
20", 209, 210, &c.
ing of Water during the dry Seasons of the Year, for their own
felts, and even Men themselves
215 to 220
of Man, and other Animals
Goodness of God in forming our Bodies
5. Abundant Provision made against evil Accidents and incon-
. 235, 236
vance of the Body of Man, and other Animals, 241, 242
10. In the Nourishment of their bodies, making that Food
which is proper to preserve them in a healthfül State, grate.
ful to the Talte, and agreeable to the stomach. of the
gjeut uje of Puin.
11. The variety of Lineaments and Disfimilitude of the Faces
of Men, as also of their Voices, and Hand-writings, all of
245, 246, 247.
Hair 248. The reason of Baldness. 2. Of the Eye: Its Beauty
for the Circulation of the Blood, and the admirable make and
contrivance of it for that Office 271, 272, dic. Of the