Imágenes de página
PDF
ePub

SIR THOMAS BROWNE'S WORKS

INCLUDING HIS LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE EDITED BY SIMON WILKIN F.L.S.

VOLUME IV

[graphic][merged small]
[ocr errors][merged small]

Tract 8. Of languages, and particularly of the

Saxon tongue 195 to 212

Tract 9. Of artificial hills, mounts, or burrows,

in many parts of England; what they are,

to what end raised, and by what nations 213 to 216

Tract 10. Of Troas, what place is meant by

that name. Also of the situations of Sodom,

Gomorrha, Admah, Zeboim, in the Red Sea 217 to 222

Tract 11. Of the answers of the oracle of

Apollo at Delphos to Croesus king of Lydia 223 to 230

Tract 12. A prophecy concerning the future

state of several nations, in a letter written

upon occasion of an old prophecy sent to the

author from a friend, with a request that he

would consider it 231 to 2::

Tract 13. Musaeum Clausum, or Bibliotheca

Abscondita; containing some remarkable

books, antiquities, pictures, and rarities of

several kinds, scarce or never seen by any

man now living 239 to £'

Miscellanies :—viz. concerning the too nice curi-

osity of censuring the present, or judging

into future dispensations 251 to S 52

Upon reading Hudibras 253

An account of Island (alias Iceland,) in the

year 1662 254 to S'

Latin letters from Theodore Jonas, pastor of

Hitterdale, in Iceland, to Dr. Browne, 1651,

1656, and 1664 256 to 270

UNPUBLISHED PAPERS 271 to 456

Fragment on Mummies (from transcript by Jas.

Crossley, Esq.) 273 to 276

DePeste(from MS. Sloan. No. 1827,fol.44-48)277 to,

A brief reply to several queries (lb. 1827,

fol. 49) 281 to 286

Naval fights (lb. 1827, fol. 59-60) . . 287 to 289

Amico opus arduum meditanti (lb. 1827, fol.

61-64) 290 to?

Naumachia (lb. 1827, fol. 65-68) . . . 294 to *'t:

« AnteriorContinuar »