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The general and particular principles of animal electricity and magnetism, &c. in which are found Dr. Bell's secrets and practice, as Delivered To His Pupils In Paris, London, Dublin, Bristol, Glocester, Worcester, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Shrewsbury, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, &c.&c. Shewing how to Magnetise and Cure different Diseases; to produce Crises, as well as Somnambulism, or Sleep-Walking; and in that State of Sleep to make a Person eat, drink, walk, sing and play upon any Instruments they are used to, &c. to make Apparatus and other Accessaries to produce Magnetical Facts; also to Magnetise Rivers, Rooms, Trees, and other Bodies, animate and inanimate; to raise the Arms, Legs of a Person awake, and to make him rise from his Chair; to raise the Arm of a Person absent from one Room to another; also to treat him at a Distance. All the New Experiments and Phenomena are explained
- Bell, John, professor of animal magnetism.
A complete herbal of the late James Newton, M.D. : Containing the prints and the English names of several thousand trees, plants, shrubs, flowers, exotics, &c. Many of which are not to be found in the Herbals of either Gerard, Johnson, or Parkinson. Curiously engraved on 176 copper-plates.
- Newton, James, 1670?-1750.
The natural history of chocolate : being a distinct and particular account of the cocoa-tree, its growth and culture, and the preparation, excellent properties, and medicinal vertues of its fruit. Wherein the errors of those who have wrote upon this subject are discover'd; the best way of making chocolate is explain'd; and several uncommon medicines drawn from it, are communicated
- Quélus, D.
Paradisi in sole paradisus terrestris. Or, a garden of all sorts of pleasant flowers which our English ayre will permitt to be noursed vp: with a kitchen garden of all manner of herbes, rootes & fruites, for meate or sause vsed with vs: and an orchard of all sorte of fruitbearing trees and shrubbes fit for our land together with the right orderinge, planting, and preseruing of them, and their vses and vertues
- Parkinson, John, 1567-1650.
A new orchard, and garden: or, the best way for planting, grafting, and to make any ground good, for a rich orchard: : particularly in the north and generally for the whole common-wealth as in nature, reason, situation, and all probability, may and doth appeare. With the country-housewifes garden for herbs of common use: their virtues, seasons, profits, ornaments, variety of knots, models for trees, and plots for the best ordering of grounds and walkes. As also, the husbandry of bees, with their severall uses and annoyances. All being the experience of forty and eight yeares labour, and now the second time corrected and much enlarged,
- Lawson, William, active 1618.
Des semis et plantations des arbres, et de leur culture ou Méthodes pour multiplier et élever les arbres les planter en massifs & en avenues; former les forêts & les bois; les entretenir, & rétablir ceux qui sont dégradés: faisant partie du Traité complet des bois et des forêts
- Duhamel du Monceau, M., 1700-1782.