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[[pre-printed]] M [[/pre-printed]] Motion, how is it swallowed by a Stagnant Body. Q.17.2 Matter [[underline]]in Action[[/underline]] true [[underline]]Mechanic Motion[[/underline]]. Q. 24. p.2. — [[underline]]to be put in Action[[/underline]] is the World's false Do. Q.24. p.2. Mechanic Motion, V. Matter. general principles of Gents Mag. Vol. 24. p.6. Moon retarded by lunar Eclipses. p. 8. Mechanical, all Actions in Nature are. p. 10. Motion, general [[underline]]Rule[[/underline]] for its cause. p.11. Magnetism neither proves nor illustrates [[underline]]Gravity[[/underline]] or Attraction. p. 14. is [[underline]]given[[/underline]], [[underline]]changed[[/underline]], or [[underline]]destoy'd[[/underline]] by [[underline]]light[[/underline]]. p. 14. thought to be Fire. p. 58. Miracle, of the Sun standing still & shadow going backward. p. 18. Mercury will not rise but sink in a Capy. Tube p. 34 Moon, her motions not caused by Gravity. p. 36. ------ no motion round her own axis accounted for. p. 36. Objected to, & answered. p. 38. ------ cannot abandon the Earth, illustrated by a Drop of Rain, and the sailing of a Ship. p. 38,40. Objected to. p. 40. ------ Ought to be Retrograde if moved by gravity & attraction. p. 40. ------ has an Atmosphere. p. 216 Matter, densest, contains most fire. p.46. ---- denied to exist. Vol. II.p.15. ---- has no such essential property, as attraction of Cohesion. p. 48. ------ of Electrical [rise?], & non electrical. p. 48. Mercury Standing 70 inches in a tube, accounted for. 50. ------ does not rise by vapours in the Barom. 152-4. Magnetism, received soonest by Soft Iron but retained the least Time. p. 58 ---- destroy, altered, &c, by Lighting. p.58. ------ is given by Fire, p. 58 Moon-light, Heb. thereof. p. 64. --- her whiteness, Heb. thereof. 64 Motions, or Actons of Nature, p.70. Maps, geographical, of their best form, by Murdock. p. 87. Murdock, on the best form for geographical maps. p. 87. Motion, voluntary muscular, p.92. how produc'd. 96. Muscle, what and how composed. p.93. -----s, moved by warm blood. p.94. Magnets, artificial, made. p.97, 98 & 99.125. Micrometer, a description & use of a new one p. 110. & 111 further considered p. 128, 129 &c. Mushroom, cures violent bleeding. p. 19. Microscope, easily & curiously made Thil. Trans. No. 325. Vol. IV. part I. p. 204 of Jones's Abridgmt. Magnets, their power, Gents. Mag. Vol. 22 for 1752, p. [[underlined]] 408[[/underlined]], [[underlined]]497[[/underlined]] & [[underlined]]562 [[/underlined]]. Steel for. p. 127. Money, weight of several coins, p. 3. Moon, horizontal, attempted upon New principles p.135. Marble Stained quite through. p. 139. Measure, a universal standard one proposed. p. 140. ---- of a French Foot - 136. Meridian, an elliptical one, how divided into degrees 144. Maskelyne, his Theorem for aberration by refraction. 77. Metals, their expansion & contraction by heat & cold. p. 92, 140. 155-7. --- Degrees of heat requisite to melt several sorts 156. [[end first column]] [[start second column]] Micrometer, the power or angle measured by it, how found; Smith's Optics Art. 872, 880-884. Prismatic one Vol. II. p.74. A Machine for grinding Glasses, Thilos. Trans. Vol. VIII. p. 281. of Martins Abridgment Moon's Mansions, what. vol. II. p. 53. Mansions of the Moon. Do. Motions, greatest and least to be visible. vol. II. p. 63. Mahogany, varnish for, Vol. II. p. 79. Mercury, to purify it. Vol. II. p. 79. Metal, a mixed, will melt in boiling water II. 105. Magellan's New Metal Thermometer, II. 105. Machine, electrical Vol. II. p. 106 Mount Morne Fortune, in St. Lucie, Barometer, Thermometer & rain there. II. 109. Mountains not formed from water. II. 118.
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