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Wire Phantceans. ibid. Their
eruell facrifices of children,
6o6.how often conquered.ibtd.
Carthagena 821

CaH lie, why focal led ' 626
Cathei 453

Cathaiaar.d Cathay ans^ concjue-
redby theTartars.^02. Their
faith, rites, manner of writing,
C7"C.403. Whether Caihata er
China bethe fame.j\o7 .&feq.
Ifauites and (JMuJfauites , or
Chriftians and lewes there,
with their rites./^oj,Agenerall
Kame to the North Eafl ofAJia
^og.Cathayans Carabaf,/^2j^
^ f, Vifitntion of the fickle in
CathaiandMangi, /^29,'drf.
Capeverde 6^6

Ca^e of good Hope defer ibed. 69 1
692.693
Cafcuij aflrange beafi 816

Caucas" 479 Caucafx porta 343
Cauchtn-China 45 S

Caufeys in Mexico,%o \ . in Peru

875
("axamalcaa City in Teru. 869

Temple there 881

Caygar 407

Cayrt, by whom built, 586. "De-

fcriptionofit 587.588

Cayraoanafametu Citie iu Afri-

ca,6o^.H>fiorit thereof, 605
636
Caz,an 422

CepMs a beaB in Sgypt 576

Ceuola or Cibola 777«778

Chaber 4 Schaelt'degree of the

Itwts 14a



ChagM 3')9'397

Ch.zmplaiKs difcoueries tnCana-
da j^Q

Ch :'mpa an Indian Kingdom.A.^ 8

Chandagrin 500.501

Charlts thefft, Emperour. 284,
604.610.

Chafiitie ofTurkjfh Votaries, ^og

ofTriefts tnMextco.%02,^'^^

469.430.333.822

Chanaan and Chanaanites. 87*
Merchants, ibid. The fcUfraS
N'arioKs.pS.flfddetrtto Afnke,
tbi.fubdued,^^, lewes defire 1 9
diet her e,why 182.2IP

Chalcedon,-}, 22.515. Ch,. tigivj,
^'/6,(J.h.ilJee Par.'phraf, i ;a

Chaldees^fee Ma^i.

Chaldee UngHagt hov differing
from Heb) ew.^6..^-j.Cb-.ld<ian
antiquities before the fiaud, 54
Of the creation, ^^.obferuation
ofthef}ars.-^6.c»ftlyincerfe.ib.
Hftoryofthcm. 60. Narr.eof
thepioplt,and»fthi; Prs?fls.ib.
Opinioni.6\,62,th:ir jehs. 63
Hier.irchy,6j^.Geds,6j, Chrg.
nologie. 69

Cham,his poSierity j^^,Author of
irreltgion, 5 1 .rciiUion, 5 3 ,why
Egypt the\\r\A o'i Oa^m. 564
Cham,Can,or Chan,King or Ru-
ler,oftheTattan,2Si ^01. fee
Ts^tizxs.Hi^ feafls and magni~
fcence.^lj.^x^.Ofthe Crims
/^\9,ChaTnul. 427. Chauila,
j^.Cbars,2't>6.Chemmis ,^6^
Cbaos.'j,Z^.Chem»rh. 97
Chedcrles. 311, Chefelbas, 3 79
Chrift very <jod, 4. manifijled in
theflejhynot by generation. 29
thefecond Adam.2i. whathee
hath done for vs. <^.-^o ^z.when
h.'fuffered, 133. hisPafchall
rt^rs. 1 24. 125, hfflory of him
proued by the lewifl) t^uthors,

176. His miracles difgraced.

177. the Mahumet an opinion
of him, 25.1.262. Chriftand
Chr'fjiiiin odious names to the
Indians by Spanijh infolenee,

916

Chriftian religion what oroportto.

itholdethwith other Religions

7 1 ^.Chobal.S 3 .Chichiemchas

7 8 Q, Cherry Hand. 74 z

Chejfi



THE TABLE.



Chejfcwhj iimented 329

Chejujur 426 .

Chwa 851

Cht/i S^j.S'id

Chia '^i 57-5 24

Children : fame had Ox httfidred.

Children which fnchj^elftejears^
804,775

Child-birth , ^rmv^e rites therein
ebftruedb) the T'b^reni. 523
JnCardandan.^zg. J n India
^^i. In Guinea. 6^9. Of the
Jaaqes ,702. li'i Guiana. 831.
y«^>-^//,83 5.847.85i

Chimera 3?4

Chtmia LimiaSimia^threefcteces
inTangnth 428

Chi;i.^. whether Cathna^jj^O-j. &
fecj.notfo Urge as !9iaps defer ibe

' i>,4o8 . The names of it, 435.
delcribed,ibi. &f. their praa in,
ees,riuers.fiips,^ 3 5 . &fec] ci-
ties, townes,cafiles,vilLiges,vi-
Biiiill, 436. hottfes on land end
Tvaterfcwles, huge flames, hot
drinkes, their perfons, falt^tati-
t)ns,A^']. exceeding ceremoni-
ottfnejfe in entertainment, 438.
their ivonien,LHyi-!gand Jelling^
all Plebeians , renting , paper,
yt>ords,narites,rhetcrtkj>rinting,
fchoolcs-idegrees ^j^ 38. com.^nce'
ments,bockes,iirts,^ learning,
j^l9. The King, his huge re-
uenttes ,ti>^men,emmchs ,tbi. H IS
j>alace,tit/e~greatnejfe.^o. the
A^andurwes , their creation,
i(in^cs,aHthoritie, number s,pti.
nijhmets,pnfons,prifoaers , debts
4*40.44 1 . Their .^undent rites
442. Their tvirpnp of heauen,
their holy dates , images, 443.
God- beating, lots. gods, images,
dcHils, hee and/ljeefaints,diiii -
ftation,^^^. Their offerings Je-
^e^ds, temples ibid. Opinion ff
the creation.,monafieries cr re'
liairus orders (very like the pO'
tip}) heremites ptlgr:mages,ab-
fitnence. priefls, contemplations
4^ 5 . TtJeir w.men,nunnes,fH •
}}eralls,^^6. Fcftiudl daics,
xerv-yeares ^'fts , proaiJioK fr
the p )ore , entertainment ofEm-
baffaders, pride, ep$;njfis,jecls^



poligamie,oathes,^^j. Temples
jliidtes of alchymie and for lon^r
life , ceremonies at fcajls , and
Eclipfes,^^^. Terrible earth-
eiHakes. ibid. Their great wall,
artillerie and other arts-, their
great numbers, ^^9, Their pro.



di TioHs chronicle



45^



Chronologie of the ChalJ(!eans,6c},
54. o'^the eaft erne nations, 6g.
■jo^ of the Icwes, 166. Ma.
htimetans,i/!^. Pcrfans,-},'^'^,
(jrfeij. cftheTartars.^06. of
the Chtnais.^^o. .of the Efryp.
tians. 59;, &f.A^exicans.jS^
j9i.&fZo6.&f,
Choajpes 5 6 3

Chacanada 5 CO

Chiibar J Chobar, or Chabar ,

Chita 302

Cidambaran , 499. TVloj fo cal-
led, ibid.
Ciliciafubdued to the Turks, 281
Their ancient rites :^ 3 4
Cingis ChiT.n frfl Emperottr of the
Tartars, ^00, & J', his genera.
. tion and fir fi proceedings, 40 !■,
402. his foure fonnes ^03
Cinaloa, "jio. Their marriages,
knight ■ hood , adoption, dicing,
funeralls, ibid.
Ci''iamon how grotving (oj
Cimmerian darkles, 3 ^z.ffljcitce
thisprcuerbe 514
Cimmerij or Cimbri 4 3
Cinamon m Arabia ii^i
Citie Earthly of ihevmrldfounded
by Kam 3 3
Cercafsiancountrie 543
Circumcifion ofAloabites, 9 7 . Am-
monites, 98. Frojelites, \ \ o.
Icwes, 1^9. & fcq. Arabians,
2^1. Troglodyta, and Egypti-
ans, tbtd. At what age, 232. Of
Angels, 261. Oj Adam, 265.
Of Tnykes, why andhow, 302.
OfCol:hiay:s,'iJ\i.Ofret4oltcd
from the Ttirkjjljto.the Pcrftan
religion Cj- contra. 1^2:9, ofchri'
fiian Reneq^adoSf'^^o, Indians,
452, Philippin-ts , ^■^'^. Egyp-
tians , of the women alfo , and
why, 577.590. oftheTroglo-
ditiC, 59<?.<5oo. At Fez., 61 8.
6iz.tn'Bcmn,6i\.9. mGnineit



ofbothfexes,6^9. in Ethiopia

t-Ji.in Loan go and other copin-

triesneare,699, Ani.ichi,']Qz

til Socotera, 708. in Mexico,

So 3. in I neat an 812

Cttor 480

CaLiyria 78

Cliohtans \eo

Clones how growing. 507i5 37

Cobnut ■ , , 274,639

Columbus, dtfcotterer of America,

718. Bis hijlcrie, 728,729,

7 "0,73 I. Hiserrof^r 827

Corfefsion of the I ewes , fee Pu-

iv.diment, alfo 109

Colvffe, at R hod&s, 236,531. Of

, Simiramis,iA.^, InPegt'.,^69

551. In Egypt 565,56(5

Colchis, 341. Their ciifloms, 342

Ccl::m'jo p r 2

fV. Collin his great pcfierity 3 4

Ccmmagena jS

CofKania 40 2

Cape Ccmori 494

Comb a bus his dj^mfe 7 9

Comana 3 20

did and the firangc effeElsofit,

862,865,86(5

Colophon 3 :; I

Colpia 88

Ccmpaffe inttented , 49. Vfed m

landtroHclls, 230,266,597,

630

Confeience and the vfe thereof, 2 6,

50
Confefsion of crimes in

Conf'fsion at Ocaca, 529, (^ feci.
NtcaragMa,'6 1 5. InPertt^^S'^
Conjrantina 601

ConfiaKtinople, 28 3, 28 7, 2 89,

290, 315,^"/^

ConfiifiHs a philofophicall Saint in

China , -, 439

Cocks crowing, the cattfe, 1 94, 247

}V,jite and red Cocks,IewiJh ce-

rtm-'nics, 109

Cock-fight 329>53'5o'4i>

Cock^ facrfice 491

Oi k^fititntr on egffes 5 60

Cookjrte fuperftitioifs 212

Copernicus his opinio of thejpheres

. 10

Cechin 494. Co<j.uonHtandtreii

and the comodities thereof, 506

Cophti,chrtJitans in ty£gypt. 591.

562
Copher



THE TABLE.



Copher Althorech 1^5

Colours ofmen^afh-colotired, ^6i.
O hue coloured 479

Colour of Mefticos t» the thirdge'
titration is the fame wuh the
Indian 486

CeriyConceit of htminPeru 879
Congo^thehiflorj thereof ,69^.&
feq. Stx Promnces therein, 6^6
Their Kings, Idols, Conner fon^
^97 > 69^» Their admirable
Trees , 69S. Condor es great
fowles > 7 3 3 • Cora/an 385
Corban, 1/^1. Cor en 439

Cor fit, 2 8 J . Corvee an caue 334
Co rpus Chrifii day 808

(fort er calls difcouerie,'ji%, Her-
nando Cortes his conejueftsyj^l
& feq. Corjbantes 98,352
Cofroes 359,360

Cofumil or Acufamil. 813

Cotton hon> It groweth 392

Courts of the hives ^ 3,111. -^t
Bagdat 163

CountrieofCouche 475

Cfjulam, ^g^. Coughing at Ser.
mons, 638. Coughing Riies in
' Benomotapi, 6^0. Cowards,
howvfed 637

' PlentifulleiacreafeofaCow, po6
Cothone, 94

Crabs in India fullefl in the wane,
505. great 537

Cranganer a Chrijiian citie in
India 494

Crafus flaine at Carra, 7 5 . His
per tune 132,348

Craj.fi/hof three cubits,^^^. Ve-
ry huge S'H'5^9
Creation what it is , and the hijio-
rie thereof, 6. Proued,i^. le-
rvifl) dreames thereof 188. And
Aiuhomets , 253, ^6o. The
Magfi, x 69. Indians, 501, (Sec
World) of the Egyptians, ^69.
Jn Peru,ijp. Hifpaniola,go9
Virginians, 7'^2>7^7
Crtm-Tartars..^ 1 9. Their gouern-
ment andrvarres, ^20. Religi-
on, and other cuflomes, A 2 1
Cri (fes ,akinde of daggers, e j. 2
Croefiis.-i,2<).& f 3 5 -.3 5 3
Crocodiles in Pegu, accounted ho-
ly ^.^71. i" i'*>*^ eaten,<;4^i. In
yifrica. 559. In Egypt, 5 -jS.
In Congo fs<j6 lyi Florida,']-]!
820.839



(frowts, ominous,^ 6. Fed from

the King ofCalecuts table, ^9 z

Hurt fully 504

Crojfes, in t/£,gyptian ceremonies

what, ^2^. Ijed by fome Afa-

humetans,6\ i.In Iucatan,% \ 2

In New Spaine, 786. /» C«.

mana 826,829

Cteftas, 353, His Indian lies^j^ 5 6

Ctejiphen. 73

Cuba difiouered. 731 ,90 3 ,904

Cubit facred and geometricall. 3 9

Cubagua 8 24,900

Cucuij ajlrange Beetle 906

Cufa,feeC3k

Cumana,^!^. Rarities andr.it es

8 24, 825. Their dancing and

drinktng,i26. Their Gods and

crones and'FrieJ}s,'ibi(i. Their

dtuinations and funerals. 827

Curdi 78.340.343

Cutlu-Mufes 379. 280

^«r/e turned into hlefsing 2 7

Cufco citie in Peru 873. 876

Cttjiome howjlrong 3 1

Cufelbas his preaching and rvarres

389
Cuthan 151

Cuthaans, ibid. & f'^-fif Sama-
ritan.
Cubayo tree 6"]%

Cublai Can, 40 5 . His greatnes

andconejuiHs, ibid.

Cu/hhispjieritie 44

Cufjttes who called 228

Cu[h,howvfed in Scripture 65 g

Cy^r-v.irf / deflroyed Ntntue 7 7

C^^f/*- 321,324,333

Cynortphalusworjhipped ^j6

Cyp '.ripis <58

Crpn/jK/,! 50.256.28 5. J2I. 5 22

Cjrenatca 597

Cyrenians ^99

Cyrus, -JO. Tooke'Darius at Bor-

' fi??'^' 1 i? • ^^■'''^' Cr ff/;« ,330.

H'fiorie of him, 345. 3 5 2. (^

y>^. /;eTJ' »»«f ^ hee git by his

warrestnAfa 565

Cj^icus 328

Czophylar 306

D

DAbaiba Riuer and Goddejfe,
821. The Pilgrims Sacri-
fices, Fafts, Bells, Priefis, Fu.



neralls, b Uu die dances, \[>id. &

822. Monfler 822

Dabub 558

D<«f<» 471

Dagon 88.91,92

D<i», 104. 117. yipcfiacie of

Dan 1 36.1 37

Daniel expounded by Berofus, 5 7

<^ 3 5 3 . ^(f f owr f /;«• (fhaldees,

64. Another Daniel fuppofed

68. His interpretations inter'

preted, 84. /i«/ Sepulchre,

J 54

Darkenefe on the face of the deep,

7. Apriuatton^^. Cimrneri-

"«, 342

Darkjuefe internal, externall, e-

ternall met together 4S9

Darius Medus 70. 351

lus,<^6, Htfiorteofhim, 3/3.

Damafcus tn Syria, 1 5 . Hifione

thereof. 86.163.236.237

Damut 672

Daphne neare Antioch, 81. y/;?

/<«//<', 82. 7^f vanitie of An.

tiochus th:re 84

Dances of I ewes 314

Dariene, 820. Their Ritet. 821

Captaine Dauies Jlaine, 525.

f^w Northwefi dtfcoueries,"]^ r

742

D^^f /rf« planted by Mahomet,

271

Date Region fi^o. EffeSl of dates

641. 6^z

Danid El roiafalfe Mtfsias. i jp

Dauids Sepulchre, 118. W// £c-

clefiafiicAll confiitfttions. 135*

^/. lewijhdreamsefhirn.i'j'^

The money fummed which hee

left to Salomon 565

Z)i« diuerfiy begunne.i 1 8. Deui-

ded into watches. 119, W&rff

<:/4»>i- ^/jf ifwr; fafled. I40.

Aiondaies andThurfdaies. 201

i07

Dc<if^ 265

Decapolis J06

Decamms 488

i^f<?^ e/ Dedication 128

£n'^j /<i« Df /r^ 563,564

!)<■»/ cr C'fKff^f Plutonium,*!^

334
Deiocet 344

Pf/y



THE TABLE.



Dely a k^ngdome 485

Dtrbent 286,343

Derbtces ? 5 ^ • 3 5 5

'Derceto 44,79,91.

DermfchleraTurkjflj order -2,06



Dervis



3



08



Defert , of Arabia fee Arabia of
Lof^AfZ-J-sf Angad 610

DefoUtiott 742

X>eficahort,/i^o.founiier of the tem-
fte as Hterapolts 79

Debts haw trettented andfunifhed
»« China,j^^\ . at Calecut ^gz

H cttih malice <nnd po/tcie, 2 5 . (7f -
neration of Deuils 57,187

I>eMtls in the pfh, C)^.D cinll put
to flight, zo-]. beguiled ,zo%.
bribed , a i c. conuertcd by the
ty^lcaroii , 2 5 (5, 36 3 . fcarred
■with fioneSy 270. -w.rfljipped,

343.4H>4^9,444'445 4^<5.
470,471,4725486,492,499,

5^7>S34.535.54°.54^-55i»

741,752,776,780,821,823,

854,748,864.
jyeuiUjlattdered 587

J)euill affliEieth with bodily tor-

mtts thepeople ofMadagafcar^

709.775'^ 3 ^'839'845.%<^-
"Diamonds, potfonyi.%1 . T»heme /4-

ke>t 48 1

Diana worjhipfed in Bfibylon^

148. at CnftabaU,-},io.in Ga-

latia, 321. lonia and Afia 330

Diargument 3 5 1

Diarbech ■ 7 5

Diafares 232

Dido, 90. w7^/i' f<*//^«^ 94

S.D.D tgges hit due praife 743
Dirges hislUndy j^.floud their
from the Wefi 745

Dmioi his fabulous iourney 1 8
Diner j fiery brooke 208

Dtonjfus his monfirous fatncjfe

"Diophantus ,230. Diofcun.is

342
Dtoj'pelis ^66

Dtoxipptu ij6

Difputiition dtffilloived by Papifis,
12'^.by Mahumet 252

DiuiMtirjyi fee C!iaI..1ees,^/''o 65 .
^7 a Cyprejfe letifc, 8 2 . head &
heart of a dragon. ".2 2- by htt-
mainefacnfices 322,341. birds



and oracles,'^ 34. byfifJjes, 335.
pigeons, whelps, children, 539.
by a mare, 357.'^)' dwers other
meanes, 365, 366. of the Scy.
thuMs, 3 9 J. andf. of Tartars
by bones &c, ^i^.by feet of a
hettne,^^ 8. in Patane, 462. by
an arrow y 5 00. by beajh 571.
children, 572. bythefouleof a
man, ^'iz.by treei, 651. /« ^.
gao,6']'j, inCiimana,^z'j. of
the (JMexicans,2o:i, ZJtrgmi-
ans,'f6j, Cumanafii']. Guia-
«^,S3i.'Pfr«,88o,885.
Dium 284,517

D iuorce of lewes 214

Dogon 468,471

Dogz.ijn 162

Dmggfs, 3 1 o.facrificed, 335. i',W
infunerals,:;^6. Halted of the
Terfians, 3 80. Burialldogges,
^9']- ■ Dogges as big as ajfes,
429- "Doggs 'fffppojed author
of thePeguans, and opinion of
them,^.jo. crtiiltie vfcd with
them, 539. and mercy in them,
5 ^J. Dogges wsoKy, 6^g.Dogs
vcithpiflcs ofbonejiuina on fifh,
"J^l. Dogges wilde,^ot>. Dogs
great for jleds, 740.
Dodanim author of the Dorians
andRhodians AADorianstT^T, 2
D olphin which loued a boy, 68.
f^oi'Dominica Ilandj^oz.^o^
Dorians tphence 44

"Dcuesfacred, 81. 531. Letter-
carriers, 94, 518
DoFlhai, 1 5 1 .Doflthem Dojithe.
ans, 154
Dragons^^i^c). rvithrpingSy ibid.
vr/bipped in Congo, 696
Sir Francis "Drakes cotnmendai-
on,iig. ^^' iMdtng at Nouat
Albion, ibid.
Dr tames, 35a
D rugges of India, 507
'Drum in Alexico howvfc-d, 811
Pr»»^«w<?/, 342. 548. 5 54 ;7o.
37 i.4i3.45:;:8o4.826.827.
83^832.847.858.
'Drujtans^ 87.162
Dubh a i'cali to which water is
deadly. 5 <; 9
Duck^s,aboueten thoufand [pent
daily in Cantan,^-^6. how hat-
ched and bred. 437



Dutroa an Indian plant. j o
Dura mention Dan.:^. ej

'Dynamics of the EaHerne Em-
pire , 69. of the Terfim, fee
Tcrfta.OfSgypt, 5-93

E

•p Ares great, 475. 476. 494.

Earth. CMahcmeticatl drcames
thereof, 261. worfiipprd, 3 70.
39J-. 412.878
Earthejuak^at Hamath. 1 6 3 .Cj-
<-icus, 3 28. w C^wwj 446. ^
y^f . /« y^;)««, 5 3 2. ^r G"/*..'/*.
'w^/<«,8i4.?«C/;;A, 865. /»
Cubagua. 000

Earth what, 6. forme anddiuifwn
thereof, ^g

Ecbatana, 77. 28 7. 344

Echad, how fuperlhtteufly vfed
by the lewes, igj

Echebar Great (JMogor his triall
of religion, 4^^.477. ^4}. fee
Mogor.
EcL'pfes how obferutd, 414. the
Bramcnes opinion thereof 500.
in Ternate 537. QAmnbiis po-
licy by an eclipfe,-j ^i.i» I'era,
S80
Eden, 19 20

Edeffa, 7/.236.518

Edom, <j5

Egge, huge fable of a huge egge^
81.222. Egge laid on afea.H-
d^y, 186



Ehete (fr Elohim,names ofGod.-^
Elam,^^. 5JI

Elcain, 586.589.665.636

Eldad Danius his fables, 5 19.

S?o
Elder 5,10,1 T ofeUen in each city
\h\d. haw they goHcrned, ibid.
their Colledge and conditions ,
112. dcftroyed by Hercd, 115.
huwfarre their aUthoritie vn-
derthe ^.mans, 113

%euerey.£e to Elders, 185

Slerfi, 5 1 8

Elephants how ttikfn, 463.467
White ones m Pegu howferued
aniiebfrtied,j^6-j. Nature of
Elephants, /^-/Jthtliory there-
of, 502. &feej. 6^6.6B6.62p
El'.phants worjhipped, - 4P I

Eleaz.::rips



THE TABLE.



£Uaz.arus his Itwifl} cs»flitnti- Euxinefea, 5 14

oyis. 115 Excommunication of the lerfes^



Elias anAEtiitch, 18.3 6,fe( He
noch, lemft} fables of Sltas,
187.190,200.207.221.
Sliashiifrophecj, 219.223

€Uns and Berhch. 8 3

Slifhafeunitrofthet/Etles. 44 Ez,-cab.
Eltjft, Dido. 94

Elmparac CMahomets ^eajl, 247



113. three kinds, tbid. whether
It excluded the Tewple tbiderK^
eftheEJfees. 141". again fl the
Samaritans, i j 2 . Pw/if. 49 3 .
of the tyEg)pians. 5 77. 5 79
6c6

F



Slxai. 148 T^y4!!of(JM4n,2^.preaed.z7

Erne an Indian forvle. 503 A'/'rf>w/»tf»wi'<'_^«, 464. 465. /«

Smeraldsplentjf^S^^.rvorfhipped, Tranfjluama. I'ic/.oflSljcuefas

8 79 Companie. 817. <?? /^^ nwr e/



Emir, Olfahamet) hindered, 3 09

EmirelmUmenim, 240.<53 5

f »>^i2 langua . 559

Ephefw. 331. G~/l
Spictirifme of Sardanapaltu, 7



Plate. '^j^o. Port famine, 863.

<« Nicaragua .914. iiZ/'c' 770.

7 74 . 7 8 3 . ;« liifpaniola. 731.

850

Farfur King ofMangi, 4.^ 2

f/irf wor flipped. 577



0/ r/j <; Per fan Kings, ^6^. of EafhioK-mongersparalelied. 783.

784. dy. 900
FaUsof thelewes. izy.andfr^.

cJW<»A««?*/<T»/, 25 6.263,275

276. /■« Tanguth'. 428. <» Ptf-
git.^'jo.Cambaia. ^Sz.ofthe
Bramenes .^SS.A^o. of Japan,

^29.inBarbary.6iz,(t'' 821
F<irr. 140.258.274.296

Fatipore, ^jj

Fatima. 237,271.273

F auslinoi hue te A Fencer. 63



4 certaine Hollander. 5 1 6

Epicures, i •^o.See f.iducees. 162

EptCHrean heremites in tAfrica,

611.620

EqxiHocationfirfly ^^.mamtat-

tied, 1 48 , «3 Oracles and SoHth-

faters, 244. 352- 3 54- 44^'
580

Ercocco. 672

Erthogrttl father of Otoman. 281



Erjfthras ( of whom the ~R^dSea Feali in Bab, ofShacba 57. 373.
beares name}fhppofed Sfau.70^ at Hierapolis So.cfeyidonis,



Er^thr^j. 331

Erzerntrt. 281

Efarhaddon, 1 5 1

Efdras. 151,163,178

Eftrntphxits King ef the Home-
rites. 66^

Ejfetis where ^ 1 39, demded into
Cloyflerers and (follegians, ibi,
htf}oryofthsm,i^^. & feej. di-
ners forts , 146. did not com-
muniaite in the Temple, 155
Eftotiland. 736

£?tf f A (rwj/w. 751.752

EaUiu. 365

Eunuchs fir^ made by Semtra,-
mis. jx.how vfedbjt the Turks
igo.bj another. 868.882
Eifphrates , 19. t^* eucrflowing
thereof. 59-340-/>^'/''«#.75

Europe hew bounded, 48,514



89. of the Samaritans 155.0/'
'B^madan , and B'uram 241.
266,302. Par>ioiii.t 3 3 l,/1//»-
gophonta 3 5 3 T^S^i 3 64 /'/r//?
^<i7 3 7o-5'iJf4'4 371 of the pre-
fer! t Terjian Kings 387 T<ir-
^<«^f 417, C^ y^ 425, Chinois,
443, 446. 447. P^^w. 468.
470.07'/: ^<«»?f^. 47^495'
at ^ilacare. 494. "/'^^ ^-
moHchi ^g%.ofPerimal 5 00 /»
/4p«».528, jE^y'^/, 579.0-/.
L9ango,'joi.Irjgges.']0-!,.(fa.
nada, -j^o-l'^irginia.']66,Flo-
rida. 773, /» Mexico. 867.
Nicaragua. 8 1 6./» Brafl.^^^
Eeofl of the Itwes of d'tuers forts,
121. beqan at Euen, ibi. Sab-
pattcal.i 22,Newmoone, Paf-
6uer 1 2 7,fPentecoJ} 125. trum,
pets, Reconciltattsn, Taberna'



cles, ibid. lo;s. 1 28. oftVood.
crnying, ofdtdication.&c. ib.
ojthe Moder/iIevccs,l.i,c.\~r
18. ror, of ^abacdndoKtu,
•)^l^<it'Hera,■^-^c)of<elimlhg

Felt, how vfsdbythe Tartars,

^01. Idols thereof, 411. 414.

Felugia. -, _

Fertility of Babylonia <^^.9falba.

nia,-^^l .of^PcgH.^eo.offums

p^-rtsofs^fiica,^^'6.6i-.6:i ;

Ferdinand Empereur. ^ 3 ^

fernambttc. g^^

f err at Can. ,§5

FefeorFez. a Kingdome findct.

tie, 614. territory of Fix.. 615

/■f/I' ^««/r ^y Idris, 61 5. ^^cr//;.

/■/ow thereof, 616.0- pcj . //;«

great Temple ,616. Colleges,

6 1 -j.maner of their UU: res cfr

ans,ibi. hofpttals, inn cs, form.

tames, I udges ^bathes. feafs, lb,

mariages,circHmci[ion,dances,

feafls.,fnneralsJcbooles, 6\ 8.

Diutners, Exarcifls, Cab.ilijls,

feEis,6i9.6io.theirfaf}s,feafls

ofCMdlemaJfe,liturgie, wa^).

ings,mariage duties, Mttfties,

621, praters fx times a day ibi,

theirFokers orPhremites.ez^

Fetijfis or tdols in Guine.t, 650

Fettjfcre or Prie^s. 6 5 i

Jndian Figge-tree. 19-505

Figures t» Arithmittke whence,

243

Fire whether and how an element

%.the opinion of Phtlofophers

tl. ereof ibi. worP^rpped, 62,0.

f.enomeby Canopiu 65. 585.

k;pt alway bitrmng of the Chal.

and Per fans, tbi. of the Phxnif

ceam, 88. & 165, 327. 346.

360. 362. 367.370.412.496.

571.605. 68.5,<^792.

Fire natiiral,vnnati,ral,fu^erna-

tKral,hellifl},g^.Undeffire.'i6'i

Firft- fruits. 130.411

Eirjf-bornepriefis, redeemed.i 34

how numbredibi,how redeemed

192

E'lhesjacred^at Hierapglts.Sc.tn

Syria and Pkenicia.^ i .gz.fly^

ingfO:>es, 712. Fifl^ies with tw»

eie-fghts. 832

Fifhei-



THE TABLE.



Fift.'esi» India 504. taktn vfitha
kjnd of wood 830. AieH lining
on jiff/ 5 1 i.'jo'j .fifh-f reach mg.
%^6.Fleas. 205.268.174.306
331,483.460,
Flavia CAfarea. 152

Tlies tvorp^pped 9 2 . i 5 o.Flies not
to be rtn,§ued 203 .burning. 539
Flirs traublejo-ine, 741 .906.775
Fiet.'d,rh ' car.jh Md ctrct*mftan~
c:s, ^g.dejcrd'id 40. memory
thereof atrictigsl the Syrians
79. in Peru B71. 874. 880.
Br^'jil. 846

Flond^TjSfaniChdtfcotteriestherof
-j6g ■ jlnugbtcr t>f the French
770,? -'f/r co'hnrtidittes j.niA. ci-
ties ih. 1 heir ciuil a>!d re/tgi ■
om rites ■]-j6. &f. dt;ttnuttoris
cowmen h.irfies , killingof the
Yiarts and (^rocodiles^larg life
77 - facr fee of thcrch'Urtti^
fits andfe-'ffs 77 - ,P.4».phiU
JV-ii-U'tes expcd'tiofi thither
^74: Nunnes hn wanderings
there end obferHi'tion of many
foples and thar rites 775. ««-
a^ilierypuni[l}ed: Temples, fn-
nerals -j-jS. f range lightning
there ihtd. Calos bisjoreeries,
IngramstaUs. Ill

Fogg -s m places far T^rth 434
Footes eftecrned faints, 308.604
F'itirt .tines coTuefrom thrjen .512
FoHntaitt: cf a pitchie fitbjiiwce,
59, ofwatirl-kf WW 323. "/
c//t 384.392 901 ■ of Tarre,
392. wtthotitbotome ^ 483 of
fttreBulfame ^^^.atthegnue
. ofAmriion very (Irange , 598.
¥iljo At Loanaafi^g by th; red
ScajO'),ofTttch, 737.795.
90.4. fountain in thefea, 906
Foxes dur.ve, white, gray, 743 .
T<lo!ta Francta.j^g.Foxwor-
frjipped, 879

Fra-cia AntarBica S^j.FrankfS
fxp'ditionto thehvlj land 280
Franki^cenfe 23 i.Frcnch difeafe
hov) cured 641. Friday fabath,
il'^.i^<),howks^t,z<^^.why,
^1^. Friday k^p' ^^ly ^ty by
femeEtl:r.ikshdians. 5OI
Frt>bi[b:rs Foidges,-]^^. &f
Cr.afreg, 222

frrg.worjhippersi, 1 50. 5 77



Fripttd. 756.,759.740

FroJ},fee IccNofroz^en Jea.';^6
FrHit forbidden, what it w.u, 1 9
261 .Fruit/ offodom )q6 which
Ltthgorv and fame 01 hers fay,
are now ceafed^Cr that nothing
gretves there) of ludsi 104. of
India f o 5 . of America 734. tn
Brafill. 843

Ffiueralrites of lews 2 1 S.tXaba-
thit£2^ I . ^alatians 322. Al-
banians ^/^\.Medes^^6,Par.
thians^^j.Cafpians :^i,Ma-
gt ^6i,Perfans 3 7 1 .of the If-
fedones ■^p^.Seychians ^g6.at
^hubdan ^yy.C^laJf.gttx er
Ba^lri.ms i, of ethers ■^g'i.ofthe
Tartar Chams /\oi.of Bmr.
thabtth,^o^.Kcrgis 404 T'<*?'-
f«>" 41 2.(^/4 16.4; 2.42 5-/;;
TangHth ^zj.tn 1 hcbei 428.
of the lugures, 430, (,hinois,
446. ancient Indians;^<^6, m
Pegu ^-ji. ^jZ.Batacchf,^-]!
at Cjengafagie 47 3 . Bengalnns
^l^s^.inBQtnnter a^y6.Cambat.t
48 1 .at Gea 486. ofBraments
& iheirwiues 48 7. ofCanari-
ins 488, of the k/rgs efCalicHt
d\9^-9f Indian wome ^96.^91
498,/^f wiues,50i.i» Amhei-
ne ^16. lapo 5 3 z.in Nera 539
in Samara 540 in laua Maior
ibi.dr ^^z.m Samxtra 549. in
Egypt i^iSi.of Troglodites c^c.
6ooat Fez,6i^in Guinea 649
65 z.inMeroe 66o,in Benomo-
tapa 690.!n Angola 69^. Loam
go yoo.Canada 75 ^.in Virgi-
nia 765. in Florida 771.776.
jidiXi ce 804.0''/. at Yiuhatba
%iz,Zionpaciay 8 23. 2« Cnma-
»<» 8 27. m Paria 8 2 8 ./>« Bra[il
S^y. ^.^g.t»Perfta J. tn places
neere 888. in Hifpaniola 9:0.
inGrenlandg^-^. wuhtheTt-
vittvas. 829.834

G

GAbrielrohipped ij-^ .his aSis
be-fore the fond 3 7. LMaho-
metieal dreames of him. 245*
(^f z^g.Gabriel acounteffett
patriarch of Alexandria. 591
Gage 654. Q alatia,.Gallogr£cia
^Zi.the.vrilig'gn cr CHJlotr.es
Izz.GaUUa, 105. ^alilaans,



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