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Stipulation, judicial, praetorian - U aedilitian, 608 Su'estitution, - 502, 505 Ulpian, - " - - 404 pupillary, 503 Umbricia, - - - 512 Succession ab intestato, 539, 546 Unciae, -" - 500, 520 Suitas, - - - 514 Use: Usufruct, - - 4t 9 Surgeons, - - - 597 Usucapion, - - - 472. Uterini, - - - 562 T V Taylor, Dr. - - - 546 Tabulae, - - - 503 Vattel, - - - 405 Testament, 416, 485, 492, 510 Ventre mittendo, - - 443 military, - 491 inspiciendo, - 443 in procinctu, 491 Victor, - - 402

incfficious, 407, 504 Villenage, 413, 417,479,481 511, 514 Vinculo matrimonii, - 434

irritum, - 510 Vindications, - - 333 Testamenti factio, 488, 500, 520 Vindicta, - - 416, 417 Testes, - - - 442 Virilitas, - - - 446 Tertullian, - - - 435 Vulgo quaesiti, (bastards) 568 Thelypthora, - - 4.32 Thest, - - - - 625 Thii, - - - - 572 W Towing path, - - 456

Transfer, - - - 470 Waif, - - - - 466 Tribute, - - - 462 Warranty, - 609. 615. 620 Treasure trove, - - 461 Way, - - - - 467 Triumphator, - - 402 Widow, - - 436. 443

Trespass, vi et armis } 627 Will. See Testament, 485. 492

on the case, Wild creatures reclaimed, 629 Trustees, - - - 644 Wild, (Jonathan) - 625 Trusts, - 536, 534, 644 Witchcraft, - - - 651

Tutelage: Tutor, - 444, 447 Witnesses testamentary, 488.494 To be had at the Bookstore of Patrick Byrne, Philadelphia.

THE OPINION delivered by Judge Cooper in the Court of Errors and Appeals, on the Effect of Sentences in Foreign Courts of ViceAdmiralty.

The Introductory Lecture of Thomas Cooper, Esq. Professor of Chemistry at Carlisle College, Pennsylvania. With Notes and RefereinctSe *

Contents of the Lecture.

General observations.

General classification of scientific knowledge.

Reasons for attempting a sketch of the history of chemistry.

Plan of the Lecture. -

Chemistry noticed or alluded to in the Scripture.

, Brass and Iron. Wine. Oil. Resins. Pitch. Bitumen. Engraving. Dyeing. Gilding. Plating. Butter. Milk. Bread. Corn Mills. Soap. Nitre. Beer.

Egyptian chemistry: viz. Glass. Dyeing and Painting. Beer. Vinegar. Medicines. Perfumes. Oil Linen. Poultry. Salt. Natron. Paper. Brass and Gold. Causes of the flourishing state of Egypt.

Grecian Chemistry.

Roman Chemistry.

Hindoo Chemistry.

Chinese Chemistry.

Chemistry of what are called the dark ages.

State of Chemistry in the time of Boyle, Mayow, Hooke, and Hales.

Stahl’s theory of Phlogiston.

Black's discoveries in 1752.

Dr. Priestley's and Scheele's, 1771 to 1774.

Lavoisier's discoveries. French nomenclature. • *r

Doctrine of Heat.

Galvanic Chemistry,

Mineralogy.

Geology.

Uses of Chemistry.

Conquerors.

Contents of the JVotes.

Note 1. Hieroglyphic and alphabetic writing. Boustrophedon, Kionedon. Lord Elgin's collection.

Hindoo astronomy and chronology.

Effect of chemical and mechanical science in augmenting the disposable force of a country, instanced in Great Britain.

Turnpike roads and Rail roads.

Reasons for adopting the Septuagint version.

Tubal Cain, Vulcan? Scriptural Metallurgy.

Wine as noticed in Scripture.

Embalming. Mummies.

Oil and Resins, among the Egyptians and Jews.

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. State of the Iron Founderies in Great Britain in 1806.
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. Pitch, Tar and Bitumen noticed in the Old Testament. 10. 1 1. 12.

Rosin. Burgundy Pitch.
Gems. Engraving among the Jews.
Dyeing.

Gilding and Plating.

Golden Calf.

Butter and Milk.

Bread making.

Grist Mills.

Vinegar.

; Settlement of Egypt.

Ancient Knowledge of Glass. Nitre or Natron. Artificial Gems and co-
loured Glasses. Drinking Glasses. Burning Glasses. Window Glass.
Lapis Specularis. Hothouses. Sudaria, or steam baths.
Egyptians and Hindoos compared.

. Beer. 24. 25. . Egyptian Linen manufactory. Transparent drapery. 27.

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Natron. Sal Ammoniac. Alum.
Ancient Method of separating Gold from the Ore.
Serpents of Gold.

Papyrus. Books of the ancients.

. Aristotle. 33. 34.

The shield of Achilles.

Nepenthe. Kaif.

Sugar. Saccharin.

Greek engraving.

Filtration. Calcination. Distillation.

Greek Fire.

Dyeing in Homer's time.
The Tea urn borrowed from the Romans.
Substances used in medicine. Pottery. Portland Vase. Mosaic Work.
Gunpowder, see note 45.

The Chinese of Hindoo origin.

The Egyptians, blacks.
Gunpowder known to the ancients? to the Hindoos and Chinese-
Scholastic Metaphysics.

French acknowledgment of Dr. Priestley's discovery of Oxygen.
Remarks on Mineralogical Nomenclature and Classification.
Werner's arrangement of Minerals.
Hauy's arrangement of Minerals.

Suggestions of the author.

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