|Author:||Weemes, John, 1579?-1636.|
|Title:||Observations, naturall and morall with a short treatise of the numbers, weights, and measures used by the Hebrews, with the valuation of them according to the measures of the Greeks and Romans : for the clearing of sundry places of Scripture in which these weights and measures are set downe by way of allusion / by Iohn Weemse ...|
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Observations, naturall and morall with a short treatise of the numbers, weights, and measures used by the Hebrews, with the valuation of them according to the measures of the Greeks and Romans : for the clearing of sundry places of Scripture in which these weights and measures are set downe by way of allusion / by Iohn Weemse ...
Weemes, John, 1579?-1636.
Printed at London: By T. Cotes, for Iohn Bellamie, and are to be sold by Benjamine Allen in Popes head Alley, 1633.
Signatures: [A]4(-[A]1) B-I8 K9.
Errors in paging: p. 85-92 misnumbered 49-56.
Reproduction of original in the St. John's College (University of Oxford). Library.
Bible and science.
The Contents of the Chap∣ters and chiefe heads contai∣ned in this Booke.
CHAP. 1. Of the foure Elements.
CHAP. II. How the earth hangeth upon nothing.
CHAP. III. That the earth is the basest of all the Elements.
CHAP. IIII. Of the situation of the Elements.
CHAP. V. That the waters come from the sea, and returne to the sea againe.
CHAP. VI. Whether the Windes have any weight or not?
CHAP. VII. Whether the water or the fire be the more excellent Element.
CHAP. VIII. Of the Meteors, the dew, and the Spirituall appli∣cations of it.
CHAP. IX. Of bodies perfectly composed, and first of the met∣talls.
CHAP. IX. Of the diverse names that gold hath in the Scrip∣ture.
CHAP. X. The blessing of God, and the influence of the hea∣vens, make things fertile below here.
CHAP. XI. Why the Children are sayd to come out of their fa∣thers thigh.
CHAP. XII. That a woman giveth seed in generation as well as the man.
CHAP. XIII. How old some of Christs predecessors were when they begot children.
CHAP. XIIII. What time the soule animateth the body and what care the Lord hath of the child after that he is animated.
CHAP. XV. Jn what part of the body the soule lodgeth.
CHAP. XVI. What things the Midwife doth to the child when it is new borne.
CHAP. XVII. That the mother should nourish her owne chil∣dren.
CHAP. XVIII. Of the weaning of Children.
CHAP. XIX. Whether the Sight or the Hearing be the better sense.
CHAP. XX. Whether the phantasie bringeth forth reall effects or not.
CHAP. XXI. How the Hebrewes distinguished the ages of man.
CHAP. XXII. Whether death be naturall to a man or not?
CHAP. I. Of two evils, the least is to be chosen.
CHAP. II. Of friendship.
CHAP. III. Sinfull love degenerateth into hatred.
CHAP. IIII. Whether we may exceede the rule of righteous∣nesse in well doing or not?
CHAP. V. Of Liberalitie.
CHAP. VI. Of Contentment.
CHAP. VII. De connexione virtutum.
A SHORT TREA∣TISE OF THE NVMBERS Weights and Measures, used by the Hebrewes, With the valuation of them acording to the measures of the Greekes and Romans; for the clea∣ring of sundry places of Scrip∣ture in which these weights and measures are set downe by vvay of allusion.
EXERCITAT. Of Numbers Weights and Measures.
Of Liquid Measures.