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R.

410

Oil, the method of making, about
Montpelier,

340, &c.

Quiros's (Peter Fernandez de)
Olives, the various sorts cultivated

voyage,

485
about Montpelier specified, 338

how the trees are planted
and cultivated, ibid. &c. Raymond's (George) voyage to
Ovalle's (Francis de) voyage, 466 the East Indies,

403
Reasons against restraining the
P.

Press, Mr. Locke's judgment on
Paget, (lord)
241 that pamphlet,

274
Peaches, method of preserving Religion, the shortest way to ob-
them,

350 tain a true knowledge of it, 306
Pears, French, the best sorts of,350 Roberts, (lord) his character, 241
- method of preserving them, Romans, naval history of the, 366

ibid. Rowles's (Richard) voyage to the
Peers, the behaviour of popish peers East Indies,

in Charles the Second's time, 241 Rutland, (John Manners, earl of)
Pelsart's (Francis) voyage, 485

241
Pert's (sir Thomas) voyage, 439

S.
Petre, (lord) his character, 241
Pet's (Arthur) voyage, 380 St. Helena, island of, discovered,
Philistines : see Phænicians.

392
Phænicians, ablest mariners of the Sanderson, (bishop) his opinion
ancients,

362 concerning monarchy, and the
- their maritime expedie obedience of subjects to their
tions,
ibid. prince,

245, n.
Pitt, his Preservative of Health, its Sandys, (lord)

241
character,

279 Saris's (John) voyage to Japan, 412
Plums, the best sorts of enume- Saturn, the same with Noah, 361
rated,

349 Say and Seal, (viscount) 241
- the way of preserving them, Schouten, (William Cornelison)

ibid. and le Maire's voyage, 503
Pococke, (Dr.) some account of Sea charts, antiquity of, 375

his life and character, 299 Septié, a French measure, the
Pool, (Matthew) his synopsis com quantity ascertained in English
mended,
310 measure,

346
Porter; a pleasant story of a por- Shaftesbury, (earl of) his charac-
ter of a college in Oxford, 302 ter,

204
Potrincourt (de) and de Monts's - his opinion concerning
voyages,

472, 473 the declaration of indulgence,
Printers, their character, 291

205
Protestant religion, wherein it is - his observation on the

comprehended in England, 228 articles, liturgy, &c. of the
Protestants, are now as much as church of England, 227, &c.
ever concerned to be vigorous Sharp's (captain) voyage, 479
in their joint endeavours for Sharpey's (Alexander) voyage to
supporting the reformation, 312 the East Indies,

410
Prunes, method of preserving in Sherlock, (William) his digression
France,

351 concerning innate ideas, against
Prunellas, the French method of Mr. Locke,

29:
preserving,

ibid. Ships, who first invented, 361
Psalmanazar, (George) an inquiry sheathing ol, not a mode
after him,
291 invention,

375

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364

203

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ed,

Silk, the way of winding from the Uniformity (act of) the conse-
cocons,
355 quences of it,

202
Silkworms, the method of manag- Unity of God : vide God.
ing in France,

353 Voyages round the world, 490,&c.
Simon, (father) some objections of

instructions to those who
Mr. Locke, against his critical go long voyages,

507
history,

catalogue and character of
Smith, (sir Thomas) his Common books of voyages, 513, &c.

wealth of England, 308 Usher, (James) archbishop of Ar-
Society; rules of a society esta magh, his opinion that monarchy

blished by Mr. Locke, 312 is of divine right, 245, D.
South Sea, first seen by Nunez de
Balboa,

437
Southampton, (earl of) his cha-
racter,

203 Weymouth's (George) voyage, 473
his saying concerning West Iodies, not visited by the
episcopacy,

233 ancients,
Spilbergen's (George) voyage, 501

discovered, 424
Stamford, (Thomas Grey, earl of) Wharton, (Philip, lord) his cha-
his character,

241 racter,
Whichcot, his sermons commend-

306

Whitby, (Daniel) his Commentary
Tasman's (Abel Jansen) voyage, on the New Testament, com-
486 mended,

310
Toleration, some remarks of Mr. White's (John) voyages, 470

Locke,, concerning that esta- Wine, the method of pressing, and
blished in England, by act of ordering, in France, 334
parliament,

22, 23 Will, and understanding, are not
Towerson's (William) voyage to really distinct faculties, 106, &c.
Guinea,

402 - freedom is not properly
Townshend, (Horatio, lord) his ascribed to it, but to the man, 107
character,

241 Willoughby's (sir Hugh) unfortu-
Travels, instructions for those who nate voyage,

378
travel,

508 Winchelsea, (Heneage Finch, earl
- catalogue and character of) his character,

240
of books of travels, 513, &c. Winchester, (Charles Powlet, mar-
Triremes, &c. what, 369 quis of) his character, 237
Turkey, the expedite way of jus- Windhain's (Thomas) voyages, 402
tice there,

304 Wood's (Benjamin) voyage, 405

Wood's (John) attempt to discover

a north-east passage, 382

Wynne, (John) his abridgment of
Vineyards, the method of planting Mr. Locke's Essay concerning

and managing in Languedoc, 329 Human Understanding, 287

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