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Book of Curiosities

Book of Curiosities

CONTENTS.

CONTENTS. -4»»«9«44»- Abderites, or Inhabitants of Abdera, curious account of, 45 Abstinence, wonders of, 67 Act of faith, 638 Adansonia; or, African calabash tree, 378 Agnesi, Maria Gaetana, account of, 120 Airrigeutum, in Sicily, ruins of, r)40 Air, its pressure and elasticity, 839 Alarm bird, 243 Alexandria, buildings and library of, 549 Alhambra, 559 Alligators, 164 American natural history, 182 Anagrams, 450 Andes, 415 Androides, 701 Anger, surprising effects of, 82 Animalcules, 357 Animal generation, curiosities respecting, 139 Animals, formation of, 142 Animals, preservation of, 144 Animals, destruction of, 150 Animal reproductions, 154 Animals and plants, winter sleep of, 808 Animals, remarkable strength of affection in, 184 Animals, surprising instances of sociality in, 185 Animals, unaccountable faculties possessed by some, 187 Animals, remarkable instances of fasting in, 189 Animal flower, 392 Anthropophagi,or men-eaters, account of,75 Ants, curiosities of, 290 Ants, green, 311 Ants, white, or termites, 301 Ant, lion, 312 Ants, visiting, 312 Aphis, curiosities respecting, 331 Aqueducts, remarkable, 795 Arc, Joan of, 927 Ark of Noah, 582 Artificer, unfortunate, 745 Artificial figure to light a candle, 830 Asbestos, 402 Atlios, mount, 423 Attraction, examples of, 837 Augsburg, curiosities of, 576 Aurora bor^ is, 684 Automaton, description of, 700 B Babylon, 557 Bacon flitch, custom at Dunmow, Essex, 605 Balbeck, ancient ruins of, 538 Bannian tree, 374 Baptism, a curious one, 642 Baraiier, John Philip, premature genius of, 125 Barometer, rules for predicting the weather by it, 864 Beards, remarks concerning, 31 Beaver, description of, 156 Beavers, habitations of the, 158 Bee, the honey, 265 Bees, wild, curiosities of. Clothier Bee, Carpenter Bee, Mason Bee, Upholsterer Bee, Leaf-cutter Bee, 277, 278, 279, 280 Bees, account of an idiot-boy and, 283 Bees, Mr. Wildman's curious exhibitions of, explained, 283 Bells, baptism of, 639 Benefit of clergy, origin and history of, 623 Bird of Paradise, 230 Bird, singul-ar account of one inhabiting a volcano in Guadalope, 246 Bird-catching fish, 196 Bird-catching, curious method of, 260 Birds, method of preserving, 865 Birds, hydraulic, 713 Birds, song of, 261 Birds' nests, 251 Bisset, Samuel, the noted animal instructor, 124 Bletonism, 95 Blind clergyman of Wales, 903 Blind persons, astonishing acquisitions made by some, 46 Blind Jack of Knaresborougb, 900 Blood, circulation of, 24 Blunders, book of, 761 Boa Constrictor, 217 Boat-fly, 342 Body, human, curiosities of the, 13 Bolea, MoHte, 418 Books, curious account of the scarcity of, 757 Borrowdale, 458 Bottles, to uncork, 836 Boverick's curiosities, 713 Bowthorpe oak, 382 Bread-fruit tree, 372 Bread, old, curious account of, 807 Brine, to ascertain the strength of, 839 Brown, Simon, and his curious dedication to queen Caroline, 108 Bunzlau curiosities, 714 Buonaparte, principal events in the life of, 126 Burning spring in Kentucky, 493 Burning and hot springs, 494, 495, 496, 407 Burning, extraordinary cures by, 792 Burning-glasses, 717

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