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Author: Vulson, Marc de, sieur de La Colombière, d. 1665.
Title: The court of curiositie wherein by the algebra and lot, the most intricate questions are resolved, and nocturnal dreams and visions explained according to the doctrine of the antients : to which is also added A treatise of physiognomy / published in French by Marck de Vulson ; translated into English by J.G.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The court of curiositie wherein by the algebra and lot, the most intricate questions are resolved, and nocturnal dreams and visions explained according to the doctrine of the antients : to which is also added A treatise of physiognomy / published in French by Marck de Vulson ; translated into English by J.G.
Vulson, Marc de, sieur de La Colombière, d. 1665., J. G.,

London: Printed by J.C. for William Crooke, 1669.
Notes:
"A treatise of nocturnal dreams & visions" and "A treatise of physiognomie" each have special t.p. "The court of curiositie" is unpaged, the paging of the remaining parts continuous.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Fortune-telling by numbers.
Dreams.
Physiognomy.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A65186.0001.001

Contents
license
title page
To the LADIES Of our BRITISH ISLE.
ERRATA.
text
The Ʋse of the following Figure, in order to the finding out of the Answers to the Questions pro∣pos'd.
The TABLE Of QUESTIONS To be Propos'd.
The Several Answers to the Que∣stions propos'd
title page
A TREATISE OF Nocturnal Dreams and Visions, AND Of their SIGNIFICATIONS, According To the Opinion of the Ancients.
part elements
Of the FIRE.
Of the AIR.
Of the Coelestial Fire.
Of the WATER.
Of Navigation.
Of the EARTH.
Of vegetative, sensitive and ra∣tional Creatures.
section vegetative
Of Pot-herbs and those that are Medicinal.
Of Corn, and other Grain.
Of Trees, and their Fruit.
Of the sensitive Creature, under which Birds, creeping things and fourfooted Beasts are com∣pris'd.
Dreams of things Animal.
Of four-footed Beasts.
Of the Rational Creature, and his parts.
Of Games.
Of some other humane Actions.
Of Christian and Heavenly Ex∣ercises.
part celestial objects
Of the Sun.
Of the Moon.
Of the Stars.
Of the Rain-bow.
Of things Infernal.
DREAMS Interpreted ALPHABETICALLY.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
K.
L.
M.
part N-O
P.
part Q
R.
S.
T.
U.
W.
part X-Z
caveat
title page
A TREATISE OF PHYSIOGNOMY.
introduction
The way for a Man to know him∣self.
Of the Disposition of Nations.
Of the Nature and constitution of the Southern People.
Of the Northern People.
Of the People of the Middle Re∣gion.
Of the French.
Of the Qualifications of the Eng∣lish.
Of the Constitution of the Scots.
Of the Manners of the Irish.
Of the Customes of the Germans.
Of the Low Countries.
Of the Customs of the Italians.
Of the Disposition of the Spaniard.
Of the Ages of Man.
Of the disposition of Women.
Of the Humors.
Of the Melancholique Constitu∣tion.
Of the Phlegmatique Constitution.
Of the Cholerique Constitution.
Of the Sanguine Complexion.
Of Speech.
Of the manner of Discourse.
Of Taciturnity.
Of Deliberation in Speech.
Of Rash and Precipitate discourse.
Of Affectation in Discourse.
Of Drollerie.
Of the Subject of Discourse.
Of persons that are inclinable to Contradiction.
Of special Matters.
Of concealing or revealing Secrets.
part features
Of the Hair.
Of the Forehead.
Of the Ey-brows.
Of the Ey-lids.
Of the Eys.
Of the Face.
Of the Nose.
Of the Ears.
Of the Jaws.
Of the Mouth.
Of the Lips.
Of the Teeth.
Of the Tongue.
Of the Voice.
The Judgement of the other parts of the Body.
part characters
A Character of the Just-Man.
Of the Injust.
Of the Honest Man.
Of the good-Natur'd Man.
Of the Wicked Man.
Of Poisoners.
Of those that have Venemous eyes.
Of Murtherers.
Of the Faithful.
Of the Unfaithful.
Of the Prudent.
Of the Imprudent.
Of the Idiot.
Of the Ingenious.
Of the Mechanique.
Of the Pensive.
Of those that are apt to Learn.
Of those that are unapt to Learn.
Of the Constant.
Of the Inconstant.
Of the Furious.
Of Rude and unciviliz'd Persons.
Of the Foolish.
Of Epileptique Persons.
Of those that have a strong Memory.
Of those that have a weak Memory.
Of the Bold and Hardy.
Of the Rash.
Of the Proud.
Of the Timorous.
Of the Infirm.
Of the Couragious.
Of the Covetous.
Of the Liberal.
Of the Temperate.
Of the Intemperate.
Of the Luxurious.
Of the voluptuous Woman.
Of the Drunkard.
Of the Dull person.
Of the Slothful Man.
Of the Impudent.
Of the Bashful.
Of the Melancholique.
Of the Facetious.
Of the Dissembler.
Of Lyers.
Of the Sincere and Upright Per∣son.
Of the Flatterer.
Of the Envious.
Of the Irreligious or Impious.
Of the Merciful.
Of Gamesters.
Of the Talkative Person.
Of the Heroique Person.
Books newly printed for William Crooke, at the Green dragon with∣out Temple-Barr.