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Deformity, of
72 Gardens, of

75
Delays, of...

51 Goal of science, the true. 339
Den, the spectres of the 377 Goodness and Charity, of ..... 45
Density and levity, the history Gout, receipt for the

586
of ......

470 Government, the doctrine of .. 351
Despatch, of....

53 Gravity of bodies, Bacon's en-
Dialectic, the received system of, quiries concerning specific .. 470

applicable to civil matters Gray's Inn, Bacon a student of 12
but not to nature..
232 Gunpowder, of

500
Dionysius or Bacchus, the fable

Health, the management of...
of........

107

Heavy and light, the history of 478
Dissimulation, of ...

36

Heat, the form of, investigated
Divination, the science of... 303

421, 425
Divinity, of ......

357

Henry VII., Bacon's history

of the reign of, 173; the
Education and Custom, of..... 66

merits of the work, 174; cha-
Education of Bacon

10
racter of king..

205
Elements of the common law

History in general, of

281
of England by Bacon

626
Hope, of earthly....

134
Elizabeth, eulogy of Queen 215

Hypothesis, in philosophical in-
Empiric philosophy

380

vestigation, the place of, 428;
Envy, of...

39

its importance neglected by
Errors in philosophy, causes of,

Bacon

429
and man's continuance in them 389
Essex, Bacon attaches himself Idola, or spectres, of the tribe,

to ; appears at trial of, as 376; of the den, 377; of the
counsel for the crown, 14; market and of the theatre... 379

defends his conduct for so Ignorance of divines one of hin-
& doing....

89, 654

drances to progress of philoso-
Estimate generally made of hu phy

395
man powers too low, and of Illustration or ornament in Dis-
human acquisitions too high 229 course, of

320
Ethics of statesmanship, the .. 341 | Imagination, the power of, as
Experience and Experiment described by Bacon, of same

313, 384, 399

nature with modern mesme-
rism...

304
Faction, of..

80 “Impetus Philosophici,” the .. 589
Fame, of..

85 Induction, what Bacon means
Fascination, the science of .... 303 by word, 242, 250, 422 ; how
Forms, what Bacon means by

Bacon includes in it a process
the word

416 not logical, 250; the sense
Fortune, of.

68 in which Logicians now em-
Friends, of.

55, 79
ploy the word.

251

the....

307

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Influence of Bacon on scientific Logic, its sphere, 236; false

enquiry, estimate of 239, 241, 250 charges brought against, by
Innovations, of........ 52, 53, 332

Bacon ..

249
Instances, prerogative, 431 ; Logical arts, or arts intellectual,

travelling, 432; forthshow-
ing, 433; clandestine, 434 ;

Love, of

40
constituent, 436; conform-
able..
437 Market, spectres of the

379
“ Instauratio Magna,” the. 226, 451

Manner and not matter too
Invention and discovery in the much studied, copia of words
arts and sciences, a power in-

rather than weight of snbject 265
communicable by teaching.. 238 | Marriage, of

38
Invention and Exposition, me-

Masques and triumphs

64
thods of confounded by Ba Medicine, the art of.

301
con...

235 Metaphorical style, Bacon's... 30
Invention, tables of

406 Metaphysic and physic ... 288, 293
Investigation, what is the ne Mathematics, the ...

298
cessary method of all philo-

Mechanic arts, their rapid pro-
sophical

428 gress as contrasted with sci-
ence and philosophy

....... 230
James I., address to King'.... 258 Method of Bacon, as set forth
Judicature and Judges, of..... 82

in his writings, 238, 428 ; it

neglects the sagacity or species
Kingdoms, of the true great-

of prescience, which is a part
ness of...

57

of the inventive faculty 429
Kings, learned, benefits con-

Method, the true, or that for
ferred on mankind by 273

the sons of science

319
Knowledge, defence of, against

Methods, Bacon's objections to
divines who hold that aspira exact..

320, 394
tions to, was the cause of the

Mythological fables, the mean-
temptation and fall, and that

ing of the 92, 93; the inter-
learned men apt to become

pretation of the

95
heretics, 261; abuses accom-
panying ... ,2; Bacon

“Natural history in ten centu-
supposes greater perfection in

ries,” of Bacon, or “Sylva
than can be obtained

Sylvarum,” 502; its popular-

ity, 505; its mixture of pbi-
Latent process, and latent sche losophic insight and childish
matism of bodies
419 credulity

553
Laws of Nature, meaning at Natura naturans, of every na-

tached by Bacon to this ex tural substance, the ........ 417
pression ...

417 “New Atlantis,” the, 554 ; its
Life and Death, the history of. 480 merits discussed.

555

........418

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Nobility, of...
45 Reading and study of .....

80, 331
“Novum organum,” the, 367 ; Realities of nature, the leading

principles forming the basis and characteristic doctrine of
of the, 371; the first book Bacon, that nothing can be
one of the most perfect of done without the study of the
human compositions,' 371 ;

238
the second book full of worth Reasoning of Bacon, not hollow
less matter "owing to imma because his language figura
ture state of physical know-

32
ledge in Bacon's day 414 Reasoning, of moral..
Novum organum of Bacon, and Reasoning, the science, not the
organon of Aristotle what

art of, taught by Bacon..... 235
they really teach.......... 235 Rejection or exclusion, process

of, in induction

122
Originality of Bacon in thought

Religion, of

34
and language..
28 Revenge, of..

35
Orpheus, or Philosophy, the Riches,jof...

62
110

tive .......

31

fable of.....

Pan, or Nature, the fable of... 97 Schoolmen, merits of the, ad-
Parentage of Bacon
9 mitted by Bacon.....

267
Parents and children, essay on 38 Science, preposterous claim'set
Parliaments, of which Bacon a up for Bacon as father of
member
15 modern...

239
Perseus, or War, the fable of.. 104 Scientific enquiry, the true
Philosophia Prima .

286

spirit of, reawakened before
Philosophy, as handed down the time of Bacon.......... 240

to us barren as to effects ... 231 Scripture, modes of interpret-
Philosophy, divine, natural, and ing..

360
human

286 Seditions and troubles, of..... 46
Philosophy, its corruption by Simnell, the story of Lambert. 176

intermixture with supersti Solicitor-General, Bacon's ap-
tion and theology..... 381 pointment as .....

90
Philosophical works of Bacon . 221 Sophistical philosophy

380
Physic and metaphysic....... 291 Spectres of the mind.

374
Place and dignities, of great 41, 43 Speech of Bacon in parlia-
Poesy, disquisition on
283 ment.

16
Praise, of ..

81 State of Europe, Bacon's tract
Prayers, written by Bacon.... 165

635
Prima philosophia, the 286 Style, conflicting estimates of,
Prophecies of....

63 merits of Bacon's English
Proverbs of Solomon, comments

prose, 25, 29; its fulness and
on some of the
343 closeness..

28

on thel..

59, 60

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Submission to authority a habit Union of England and Scotland,
of thought universal in 15th

papers on the

670
century...

240 Universities, stagnation of
Subtlety, the waste of, on mere thought in.

396
words, 407; the chief time

Usury, of...

69
for, in the balancing of ex-
periment.
408 Vainglory, of

81
Suitors, of..

79
Sulphur, mercury aud salt, his War, of...
tory of

479 War or crusade against the
Superstition, of

49, 381

Turks, "an advertisement,"
Syllogism, the province of, in touching a holy, 686; war
philosophical investigation with Spain, considerations

243, 248, 249
concerning a

695
Sylva sylvarum,” or the na Warbeck, the story of Perkin
tural history of Bacon...... 502

183, 199
Sympathy and antipathy of Will, Bacon's last..

709
things, the history of ...... 478 Winds, history of the

460
System, and its effects, false Wit, Bacon's

30
show of all comprehensive “Wisdom of the Antients,"
arrangement, and...... 320, 394 treatise concerning the

91

Wisdom or philosophy derived
Theatre, spectres of the 379 by us from the Greeks, a mere
Theological works of Bacon... 132 childhood of knowledge 230
Theory, what is meant in pbilo. Wisdom, of seeming

54
sophical investigation by the Works of Bacon, titles and
word

428

dates of publication, of;
Things, the study of, inculcated, moral works, 113, 119, 130 ;
233; that science must begin

theological works, 132, 138,
from their observation and

153, 159; historical works,
examination, the great doc-

171, 213, 215; philosophical
trine of Bacon......

238

works, 221, 252, 323, 363, 371,
Traditive art, 316; critical and

451, 470, 480, 497, 504, 585,
pedagogic.

333
591;

legal and political
Travel, of.

49

works, 626, 635, 653; mis-
Tribe, the spectres of the ..... 376

cellaneons works, 16, 81, 84,
Truth in philosophy, theology, 90 and 107.
and civil business ....

27

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