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Book of Curiosities

Book of Curiosities

Bustard, tlie great, 243

Bustard, tlie great, 243 Butterflies, beauty and diversities of, 344 Butlerfiies, to take an impression of their wiugs, 8GG C Camera obscura, to make, 830 Candiac, John Lewis, account of, 113 Candlemas-day, G32 Cannon, extraordinary, 807 Cards, origin of, 7G7 Carrier, or courier pigeon, 244 Carthage, ancient grandeur of, 542 Case, John, celebrated quack doctor, 113 Catcliing a hare, carious custom respecting, GOl Caterpillar, 219 Caterpillar-eaters, 220 Cave of Fingal, 452 Cave near Mexico, 457 Centaurs and Lapithae, 785 Chameleon, particulars respecting, 175 Changeable flower, 387 Cheese-mite, curiosities respecting, 358 Chemical illuminations, 844 Chick, formation of in the egg, 249 Child, extraordinary arithmetical powers of a, 88 Chiltern hundreds, 634 China, great wall of, 679 Chinese, funeral ceremonies of the, CIO Christmas-boxes, origin of, 633 Cinchona, or Peruvian bark, curious effects of, 390 Clepsydra, 706 Clock-work, extraordinary pieces of, 704 Clouds, electrified, terrible effects of, 656 Coal-pit, visit to one, 469 Cocoa-nut tree, 371 J Coins of the kings of England, 814 Cold, surprising effects of extreme, 659 Colossus, 570 Colours, experiments on, 867 Colours, incapacity of distinguishing, 56 Combustion of the human body by the immoderate use of spirits, 97 Common house-fly, curiosities of the, 337 Company of Stationers, singular custom annually observed by the, 7C6 Conscience, instances of the power of, 84 Cormorant, 242 Coruscations, artificial, 849 Cotton wool, curious particulars of a pound weight of, 391 Countenance, human, curiosities of the, 18 Cromwell, A. M. of Hammersmith, a rich miser, 897 Creeds of the Jews, 775 Crichton, the admirable, 911 Crichap Linn, 797 Crocodile, 163 Crocodile, fossil, curiosity of, 165 Cuckoo, curiosities respecting, 240 Curfew bell, why so called, 635 Curious historical fact, 744 CONTENTS. Dancer, Daniel, account of, 104 Dajak, inhabitants of Borneo, curious fa« neral ceremonies of, 612 Deaf, to make the, perceive sounds, 828 Deaths, poetical, grammatical, and scientific, 73 Death-watch, 347 Diamond mine, on the river Tigitonhonha, in the Brazilian territory, 460 Diamond, wonderful, 405 Diana, temple of, at Ephesns, 554 Dictionary, modern, 950 Dimensions, &c. of some of the largest trees growing in England, 382 Diseases peculiar to particular countries, 789 Dismal swamp, 798 Dog, remarkable, 194 '-Dog, curious anecdotes of a, 195 Dogs, sagacity of, 193 Dreams, instances of extraordinary, 70 Dwarfs, extraordinary, 40 E Eagle, the golden, 237 Ear, curious structure of the, 22 Earl of Pembroke, curious extracts from the will of an, 773 Earth-eaters, 908 Earthquakes, and their causes, 499 Eating, singularities of different nations Id, 595 Eclipses, 676 Eddystone rocks, 797 Egg, to soften an, 851 Electricity, illumination by, 793 Electrical experiments, 841 Elephant, account of an, 168 ' Elephant, docility of the, 170 Elwes, John, account of, 104 English ladies turned Hottentots, 744 Ephemeral flies, 343 Ephesus, temple of Diana at, 554 Escurial, 577 Etna, 443 Extraordinary custom, 601 Eye, curious formation of the, 20 F Fact, the most extraordinary on record, 744 Fairy rings, 667 Falling stars, 681 Faquirs, travelling, 940 Fasting, extraordinary instances of, 65 Fata Morgana, 665 Feasts, among the ancients of varions nations, 614 Female beauty and ornaments, 596 Fiery fountain, 844 Fire-balls, 655 Fire of London, 748 Fire, perpetual, 806 Fisher, Miss Clara, 905 Fishes, air bladder in, 201 Fishes, respiration in, 202

Fishes, shower of, 203 Flea, account of a, 323 Flea, on the duration of the life of a, 328 Florence statues, 579 Fly, the comnion house, 337 Fly, the Hessian, 336 Fly, the May, 340 Fly, the vegetable, 341 Fly, the boat, 342 Flying;, artificial, 716 Fountain trees, 375 Freezing mixture, to form, 859 Freezing, astonishing expansive force of, 661 Friburg, curiosities of, 575 Friendship, curious demonstrations of, 594 Friendship, true Roman, recipe for establishing, 951 Fright, or terror, remarkable effects of, 82 Frog, the common, 160 Frog-fish, 196 Frosts, remarkable, 533 Flower, the animal, 392 Fruits, injuries from swallowing the stones of, 791 Funeral ceremonies of the ancient Ethiopians, 609 Fungi, 395 6 Galley of Hiero, 584 Galvanism, 689 Gardens, floating, 580 Gardens, hanging, 558 Garter, origin of the order of the, 623 Gas lights, miniature, 836 Gauts, or Indian Appenines, 421 Giants, curious account of, 39 Giant's causeway, 590 Gipsies, 732 Glaciers, 529 Glass, ductility of, 720 Glass, to cut, without a diamond, 833 Glass, to write on, by the sun's rays, 858 Gluttony, instances of extraordinary, 64 Gold, remarkable ductility and extensibility of, 721 Graham, the celebrated Dr. 909 Gravity, experiments respecting the, 838 Great events from little causes, 746 Grosbeak, the social, 234 Grosbeak, the Bengal, 235 Grotto in South America, 445 Grotto del Cani, 446 Grotto of Antiparos, 447 Grotto of Guacliaro, 450 Growth,extraordinary instances of rapid, 37 Guinea, explanation of all the letters on a, 768 Gulf stream, 490 H Hagamore, Rev. Mr. a most singular character, 896 Hail, surprising showers of, 518 Hair of the head, account of, 28 CONTENTS. Hair, instances of the iiternal growth of, 30 Hair, ansient and modern opinions respecting the, 29 Halo, or corona, and similar appearances, 680 Hand-fasting, 609 Harmattan, 511 Harrison, a singular instance of parsimony, 903 Heat, diminished by evaporation, 839 Hecla, 442 Heidelberg clock, 705 Heinecken, ChristianHenry, account of, 1 14 Hell, opinions respecting, 812 Henderson, John, the Irish Crichton, 883 Henry, John, singular character of, 107 Herculaneum and Pompeii, 536 Herschel's grand telescope, 713 Hessian fly, 339 Hobnails, origin of the sheriff's counting, 622 Holland, North, curious practice in, 630 Honour, extraordinary instances of, 80 Horse, remarkable instances of sagacity in a, 192 Human heart, structure of the, 24 Humming bird, 236 Huntingdon, William, eccentric chai'acter of, 134 Hurricane, carious particulars respecting a, 511 Husband long absent, returned, 741 Hydra, or polypes, account of, 359 I Ice, Greenland or polar, 525 Ice, tremendous concussions of fields of, 528 Ice, showers of, 533 Ignis Fatuus, 644 Improvement of the learned, 765 Incubus, or nightmare, 941 Indian jugglers, 897 Individuation, 780 Indulgences, Romish, 636 Ingratitude, shocking instances of, 78 Inks, various sympathetic, 853 to 857 Insects, metamorphoses of: the bulterlly, the common fly, the grey-coated gnat, the shardhurn beetle, 345 Insects blown from the nose, — Integrity, striking instances of, 77 Inverlochy castle, 574 Island, new, starting from the sea, 491 J Jew's harp, 795 John Bull, origin of the term of, 634 K Killarney, the lake of, 487 Kimos, singular nation of dwarfs, 43 Knout, 804 Kraken, 210 L Labrador stone, 402 Lady of the Lamb, 601 Lama, 81U

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    ; SINGULAR DEATHS.— ANTHROPOPHAGI

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    ; C, H. HEINECKEN.—THOMAS TOPHAM

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    — ; NICHOLAS PESCE. 117 CHAP. IX.

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    PAUL SCARRON the unfortunate diver

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    MARIA GAETNA AGNESl. 12^ discovered

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    ; SAMUEL BISSET. JOHN PHILIP BAEATI

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    — BUONAPARTE. 127 15. Treaty of P

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    RICHARD SAVAGE. 131 shillins; of it

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    ; WILLIAM HUNTINGDON my good friend

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    ANIMAL GENERATION. • soon after a

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    ANIMAL GENERATION. 141 places. The

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    foumation of animals. 143 Nor seems

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    PRESEKVATION OF ANIMALS. ]4i, and c

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    PRESERVATION Or ANIMALS. 147 It sho

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    ANIMAL REPRODUCTION. \Co and gradua

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    THE BEAVER. THE MOLE 159 dually adv

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    THE MAMMOTH. 173 were of extraordin

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    THE MAMMOTH. THE CHAMELEON 1/0 kind

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    THE ORANG-OUTANG. THE UNICORN. 179

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    THE SEAL. 181 difficulty, if taken

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    AFFECTION IN ANIMALS. 187 m another

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    BIRD-CATCHING. SONG OF BIRDS. 261 t

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    of flowers or of leaves. THE LEAF-C

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    ANTS. 293 observed that the workers

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    — ANTS. 297 when you come again,

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    — WHITE ANTS, OR TERMITES. 303 an

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    WHITE ANTS, OR TERMITES. 309 aasail

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    GREEN ANTS. 311 diers, however, who

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    ! THE VEGETABLE FLY. 341 bluish spe

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    ; wings are of a pale flesh-colour,

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    THE BUTTERFLY. 345 fastened; it is

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    THE HYDRA, OR POLYPES. 361 The fusc

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    YEGETABLES. 363 CHAP. XXXIII. CURIO

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    NUMBER OF PLANTS. 367 but certain i

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    THE SENSITIVE PLANT. 369 fold up, a

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    luxuriance ; THE BREAD-FRUIT TREE 3

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    — FOUNTAIN TREES. 375 hanging bra

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    : AFRICAN CALABASH TREE. 379 branch

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    — : Mr. Gili)in, A REMARKABLE OAK

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    : THE UPAS, OR POISON-TREE OF JAVA

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    THE UPAS, OR POISON-TREE OF JAVA. 3

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    . Oft MANDRAKE. CHANGEABLE FLOWER.

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    METHOD OF PREPARING TEAS. 389 also

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    : A POUND OF COTTON-WOOL. 391 Bark.

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    year, THE ANIMAL FLOWER. 393 or per

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    — FUNGUS, OR MUSHROOM. 395 as gre

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    ; FUNGUS, OR MUSHROOM. 397 rooms ar

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    FUNGUS, OR MUSHROOM. 399 to the sub

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    THE METEORIC STONE. 401 are exclude

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    THE MUSHROOM STONE. 403 The Mushroo

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    WONDERFUL DIAMOND. S.'NGULAR CURIOS

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    LAND-SLIPS. 407 In the Andes these

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    — PEAK IN DERBYSHIRE. 411 '* Afte

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    SNOW'DEN IN WALES. 413 wlien the da

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    THE ANDES. 417 all of enormous frag

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    THE PAU8IL1PO. 419 different origin

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    THE GIANT'S CAUSEWAY, A stupendous

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    423 CURIOSITIES RESPECTING MOUNTAIN

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    426 CntlOSITIES RESPECTING MOUNTAIN

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    428 CURIOSITIES RESPECTING MOUNTAIN

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    430 cuRiosniEs respecting mountains

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    440 cniiosiTiEs respecting mountain

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    4G2 cuRiosrnr.s hesprcting mines. m

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    488 CURIOSITIES RESPECTlNfi WATERFA

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    490 CURIOSITIES RESPECTING WATERFAL

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    \92 CURIOSITIES RESPECTING BURNIl^G

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    — 494 CURIOSITIES RESPECTING BURN

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    496 CURIOSITIES RESPECTING BURNING

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    498 CUBIOSITIES KESPECTING EARTHQUA

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    GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. 499 hetween e

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    GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. 501 What a gr

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    GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. 603 followed

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    EARTHQUAKE OF CARACCAS. 505 of thei

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    . SIMOOM, OR HOT WIND OF EGYPT. 507

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