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The Works of Sir Thomas Browne, Volume 3

By Sir Thomas Browne
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  • PREFATORY NOTE
  • CONTENTS
  • THE SEVENTH BOOK
  • CHAPTER I Of the Forbidden Fruit.
  • CHAPTER II That a Man hath one Rib less then a Woman.
  • CHAPTER III Of Methuselah.
  • CHAPTER IV That there was no Rain-bow before the Flood.
  • CHAPTER V Of Sem, Ham and Japhet.
  • CHAPTER VI That the Tower of Babel was erected against a second Deluge.
  • CHAPTER VII Of the Mandrakes of Leah.
  • CHAPTER VIII Of the three Kings of Collein.
  • CHAPTER IX Of the food of John Baptist, Locusts and Wild-honey.
  • CHAPTER X That John the Evangelist should not die.
  • CHAPTER XI More compendiously of some others.
  • CHAPTER XII Of the Cessation of Oracles.
  • CHAPTER XIII Of the death of Aristotle.
  • CHAPTER XIV Of the Wish of Philoxenus.
  • CHAPTER XV Of the Lake Asphaltites.
  • CHAPTER XVI Of divers other Relations.
  • CHAPTER XVII Of some others.
  • CHAPTER XVIII More briefly of some others.
  • CHAPTER XIX Of some Relations whose truth we fear.
    • TO MY WORTHY AND HONOURED FRIEND
    • TO MY WORTHY AND HONOURED FRIEND
  • HYDRIOTAPHIA: URNE BURIAL Or, a brief Discourse of the Sepulchrall Urnes lately found in Norfolk.
  • CHAPTER I
  • CHAPTER II
  • CHAPTER III
  • CHAPTER IV
  • CHAPTER V
  • THE GARDEN OF CYRUS
  • CHAPTER I
  • CHAPTER II
  • CHAPTER III
  • CHAPTER IV
  • CHAPTER V
  • THE STATIONER TO THE READER
  • CERTAIN MISCELLANY TRACTS.
  • THE PUBLISHER TO THE READER
  • OBSERVATIONS
  • OF GARLANDS
  • OF THE FISHES EATEN BY OUR SAVIOUR
  • AN ANSWER TO CERTAIN QUERIES
  • OF HAWKS AND FALCONRY
  • OF CYMBALS, Etc.
  • OF ROPALIC
  • OF LANGUAGES
  • OF ARTIFICIAL HILLS, MOUNTS OR BURROWS
  • OF TROAS
  • OF THE ANSWERS
  • A PROPHECY
    • THE EXPOSITION OF THE PROPHECY
  • MUSÆUM CLAUSUM
    • 1. Rare and generally unknown Books.
    • 2. Rarities in Pictures.
    • 3. Antiquities and Rarities of several sorts.
  • A LETTER TO A FRIEND, Upon Occasion of the Death of his Intimate Friend.
  • REPERTORIUM:
    • ADDENDA
  • MISCELLANIES
    • An Account of Island, alias Ice-land, In the Year 1662.
    • Concerning some Urnes found in Brampton-Field, in Norfolk, Ann. 1667.
    • Concerning the too nice Curiosity of censuring the Present, or judging into Future Dispensations.
    • Upon Reading Hudibras.
  • THE PREFACE
  • CHRISTIAN MORALS
  • PART I
  • PART II
  • PART III
  • NOTES ON CERTAIN BIRDS AND FISHES FOUND IN NORFOLK
  • NOTES ON CERTAIN BIRDS FOUND IN NORFOLK.
  • NOTES ON CERTAIN FISHES AND MARINE ANIMALS FOUND IN NORFOLK.
  • ON THE OSTRICH.
  • BOULIMIA CENTENARIA.
  • UPON THE DARK THICK MIST HAPPENING ON THE 27TH OF NOVEMBER, 1674.
  • ACCOUNT OF A THUNDER STORM AT NORWICH, 1665.
  • ON DREAMS.
  • OBSERVATIONS ON GRAFTING.
  • CORRIGENDA
  • INDEX
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