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Rabbinical literature: or, the traditions of the Jews, contained in their Talmud and other mystical writings. Likewise the opinions of that people concerning Messiah, and the time and manner of His appearing; with an appendix, comprizing Buxtorf's account of the religious customs and ceremonies of that nation. Also, A preliminary enquiry into the origin, progress, authority, and usefulness of these traditions; wherein the sense of the strange allegories in the Talmud and Jewish authors is explained
- Eisenmenger, Johann Andreas, 1654-1704.
A dissertation on the extraordinary attributes and inherent virtues of fixed phlogistic earth ... submitted ... as an universal and infallible remedy in every distemper ... incident to the human frame. To which is added a succinct memorandum ... on the same subject
- Lena, Innocenzo della.
The curious lore of precious stones : being a description of their sentiments and folk lore, superstitions, symbolism, mysticism, use in medicine, protection, prevention, religion, and divination, crystal gazing, birthstones, lucky stones and talismans, astral, zodiacal and planetary
- Kunz, George Frederick, 1856-1932.
Flora historica: or the three seasons of the British parterre historically and botanically treated; with observations on planting. To secure a regular succession of flowers, from the commencement of spring to the end of autumn. To which are added, the most approved methods of cultivating bulbous and other plants, as practised by the most celebrated florists of England, Holland, and France
- Phillips, Henry, 1775-1838.
The pocket encyclopaedia of natural phenomena; for the use of mariners, shepherds, gardeners, husbandmen, and others; being a compendium of prognostications of the weather, signs of the seasons, periods of plants, and other phenomena in natural history and philosophy
- Forster, Thomas Furley, 1761-1825.
The shepherd of Banbury's rules to judge of the changes of the weather, grounded on forty years experience. To which is added, a rational account of the causes of such alterations, the nature of wind, rain, snow, &c. on the principles of the Newtonian philosophy
- Claridge, John (Shepherd)
The natural genesis, or, Second part of A book of the beginnings, containing an attempt to recover and reconstitute the lost origines of the myths and mysteries, types and symbols, religion and language, with Egypt for the mouthpiece and Africa as the birthplace
- Massey, Gerald, 1828-1907.