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i^-j.afeafoc.'L'ed ^^

Cal/i Prieftscf Syrian Goddcffe

7 6.horv initifit/d^c.%1. Catlt

Pricfls ofCjbde 333. Gama-

liel 173. Gambra.C^G.Games

at Tyre Sp.at Olympit-s, Csfa-

fea 118. Games prohibited in

the Alcoran t^j .ganai. J ^o.

gauges rmer 451. 472.473.

Ganga j '■^i^.g angcs a]in>g,66i

Gaon a dolior al degne of the Icwt

i^2.Garama>Jtes ^gp. Gar.

dens penfile at IS a. ';6. made by

Nab»cho,fb. G'lrdtns flotifjg

791. G,i>-/?:./>». 117,148.162

Gate cr Brlagate hils in Indiit

484.496, Gath ,Gji<i, 91,

Gatis62. Gaulonttes yA6. G4-

z,ith or CanJijJory of the 70.1 1 2

Gehenna 98. Gehoar. 6 x 6

Gencrationcoitfrrreth not thefoule

zp.yetdfpojhh the body torecei

tieit, ib.

Gcographie how brought to perfe-

ttion^2. i^Q -prof table to hffiory

50. to the Gofpel^p. terrnes of

geographie K^o.Geometrical cH.

bit 7,9. Geometric inuentedbythe

Egyptians 581. Gtmara. j 69

Cemt ■^6yGenif}si^.9.CenKadi-

US i^l6.Ge'ritileswho. 102

S. George 3 1 1 . 3 4 2 .Georgia, 338

340.342. Germanes an order

ofB ra chmanes in Iiidt.l. 454

Gf/K//6l2.

Giamailer, 507.

Giants 36. 58. 88. in Virginia

y6j. in Olfe.v:co,jgc.in Chi-

ca and Alagetlan fir aits 8 5 I /»

Peru%ij^.f.^blc\ofOg the G/-

<?»/222. GtdKt Achatnaz^z-^y
Gtacqui, 687. q 02. their fir angs

and cruell cuftemes. 702. 703
Gibraltar firatts^ vnhy fo called.,

2 ? 8 . 604. Gilslo ^;6.^^6.
Ginger hovo growing, <;oj.Gilgal,

1 1 7. Gir.ifa.^ s'^-^'f''fi-J^ops
gUfftefand, 90. hurningglaffe,

238. Glafe pliant to the hara.

mer.-ji^. Gea. 48^. 486,
Geats forbidden the Zabii^ 62.

rvorP^ipped, ^y5

God, p, 1. kinert-en by his rrcrd

andwarhes. 2. his naturec. i.

That hee ts iwd what hee is

ibidem, h/s.nat^i.^fjntvha(
'^■"•■'^ '.•'»♦• ^- fencg



THE TABLE.



Jeufe afcnbedtohim^ \h\d.his

knowledge and other attributes

A.hisv.'orkes j. called God of

qoodnes, I j^i.what he did before

the creation j\h\. Image of God

what, \6. Name ofGod,how re-

liiriom to the 1 ewes, 167.183

I (J ■^. how vainly the I ewes fa-

/>/<■ o/Go^,l 73 .1 8 5.1 85.206

213. the Afahnmetans, 251.

259. 262.264. the(JHogotlSf

^1%.at CalecHt, 492. at Ci-

damhar an. ii^<)g, Canada^ 751

Goddejfe of Dtfcord,jpC. other

Goddejfes, 796

Gods,mortal cr imf»ortal,2^.66^

God-father, god-mot her or goj/rp,

of the lewes, 1 90. 1 9 2 CTurkes,

302

^oiafrSl found the vfe eft he load

fione 49

Golden Hindcompajfedthe world,

719
Golden fie tee 341

G>ilden CaHile 834

GoldcentemnedjS^O.fiore there,
of 841, Golden draught, %66.
ftoretn Peru^6g. 870. Gold
vnfanBified, andillfanSlifed,
%-]'j .how goldisfaid t» grow,
90S
(j olden age 722

Goldfmiths trade vnUwfulto the
Moores, why 621

Gold how found m Riurrs, Rockes
and Aimes, 723. Cure of the
Spanijhfckrje^e 784

Gomer, 43. Gomeshis difceuerie,
l^'i.Gomorrha 95

Gi^rdttan hills, t^l. Gerdiusand
Gordtan knot 336

^oropifts his conceit of the forbid-
den tree, 19, of the nyirkfj^o.
ArarMt^i . of the Dutch Lan-
guage, ^6. 394. of the Egyp-
tian holies 573
Go^sli,how termed by the lewes,

Corthem \ee

Coyante 675

Gouro and Gour^n 47 2 .47 3

Grajhop.gneuoiu fcorge, 5 60 . 5 61

Crecumsoflauan, 44. MaqnA

Grecia,'^\ d. Grecians a fcti of

lewes, i :? 7 . vfei the tranjlati .

OH of the fe Hemic, ibid.



Greekes vnder the Turke vnlear-
ned,&c. 317

Ofmoderne Greek^feuentie t)ia-
le^s, wor^ at Athens ^ly
GrijaluasDifcoueries 783

Greenland ZJ oyages yA-i;

Gronland,j 3 b-whyfo called^ qii

and J ■^S. "J /^z. J 43,
Guacu, Idols and Temples in Pe-
ru. 8 §4
Guajnacap a his riches 872
Gfialata 644
Guber 654
Guatimala 814.914
Guafcar brother of Atabi'Jiba,
870.868
Guighimo god of the Negros, 60 j
Guiana, % 29. S^o, trial/ of their
Captains, confultation with the
Dtueil,% 3 1 ,who beateth them,
832. rarities there, ibid. Spa-
nifl} attempts 8 3 3 . 8 :^ 4
Gmnes,£^l:^,fee%o^and Perfia.
Guinea, 6^% .their cuficms and ra-
rtties,ihi.and6^9.6^o, & f.
their mariageSfbirth & educa-
tion of their children,6,^p.6 50
defcription of their perjbns,diet
di poJition,6 ^o.drinks^g faith,
O" rites,6^ i .diuinatto of their
FrieFls^gods and funerals, 6 -^ 2
cujlomes of the King,^c, 653
Guletta 60^
GulfiU inuenter of Gothike let-
ters 94
CJ!(ijarAt,fee Cambaia*
Gurapi, Indian DoBors 500
Gul-Gallants Z'^6.826.j2 3.784
C^/.834.S3 5.837. wiihfea.
ihers fixed all ouer the bodie :
with holes, &c. 839.850,900
AI. Guy in N eW'found Lmd.-j ^1
Gyges 330.366'
Gymnofophi^s, Indian PhUofoph.
67.456,457. 579. 662.66^

H

T T Aalon the Tartar, 74.86.

JTI 281

Hadrian, fee Adrian.

Hagags cruelties 242

H agar ens 334

HaithoKyfee Alton.

Hakjuits praife 782.783

Ualicarnajfw 332

Halys, 31^. Halyattu 3 29



Halt,fee AH.

D.Hals commendation,^^. James

Halls difcouery 742

Haire confecrated at the Temple

of Dea Syria, 81. why worr.e

long on the crotvne 390

Hamatio 155.163

Hamith a lewijh Court 113

Hamfeni darkenejfe 241

Hammagals pie 211

Hammtentes 5 pp

Hamet K. of Barbary, 6-2,0. &f.

Habet or Hamet ben Abdclapro-

pheticall King, 6^2. (Gallo-

bclgicm in his newes, i6iA,rem

ports hir/> flat fie, and Sidan re-

ftored.)

Hannos Difcoucries, 603,714

Hard-heads 82O

Harcourts plantation in Guiana^

831
Harpies gjj

Harpocrates ^ y -

Harris his hard hap with his mfe

Uz
Hafdmbal ^oz

Hapdttt and Hafidimwhen began
1 3 8 . wf afeui^but a fraterni.
tie, and their rites, ibid.
Haffem and Sem i j 4

Hauks^ T>"'ffjipped 57^^-

Capt.Haukinshisiournall 54?
Sir Richard Haukjns 86y

Hea a Prouince 624

HeadoftheCaptiuitie, 159,165
Head of the land of Ifrael, 16?
Heauen and earth fien, i ,what,6,
three heauens,\bi, Heauen of
the blejfed, 7 . of the Kabalifi
andTalmudiB, 175. 207. 222.
of Mahomet, za^-j.O-f. 253.
260. &feq. of Siam:tes,^6o.
Heauins of the laponiteSf 5 ? i
Hebrew the firii language, 46, of
Heber,\h.why called Hebrews
47, 1 07. The fame language at
first with the Chald£an,\bid.
Hebrew accents and letters,
1 78 . 1 19. not capable of metre,
2^9,Hebreweswhy abomina-
tion to the Sgyptiar.s 570
Hebrewes in ajpeciallfenfe, 137
Heart ofmanfacrificed,']90. 810
815, men peaking when his
heart was out 798
Hebron 106.163,218
Htcataut



THE TABLE.



HcC4UHt 1 08

HeclnAhill in Ijlaudbyfomefup-

fofedPHrgiitorie 744

JJeden 19

Begirt 245

HeliogahalHS go

Hehognofid 150

Hell , 4 fre without light, 2>7,. at,

and a of rvickediie^e, 9 j . fy^y,

called Gehenna, 9S. by Tvhom

efcaped,i^2. Mahometshell,

253,2(52,263,305. Siamites,

460, Virginians 763

Helena ^ ^ Adtabena, 73. 0/

Ethiopia 674

Helena Hand 710

Hell-moHth 59

Uelle,Hellejpont 341

Hellemfts,\-2,-]. HclHftMS,66^.

Hellcmans 150

Hcmerobaptifis i^J

Henoch takenarvay,iZ, 16. Hts

arts, piEars, and wrtttngs, tipid,
Henrie Prince of Wales his Enco-
mium 745
Henrie of Portugal firfl difcouercr
of the coafis of Africa, 49,71a
Hennes which Jit not on their egges
51^. Hennes flejh a^ black^as
tnke, 548, 686, Hennes egges
hew hatched m Egypt 581
Heptacameta 323
Hercules of the Parthians, '^'^o.of
Heraclea 515
Hercules pillars, two hills 6x7,
Heraclea 83,515
Heracliut ' 360
Her em 1 1 3
Heremites, 144,146,2715,307,
426,620,624,625. Famoiti
htremite in Africa 611,631
Hercules, i^. his pillars, p^, of
Sampfon 148
Hermaphrodites. Ad.vn 1 89
Herod Aji:alenita,9i. flue the fe-
ttentie, 112. built the Timple,
115
Hcrodium,\o^. Diuers temples,
1 1 Z.kis ambition dr crueltte,ibt,
- Herodtans 149
Hepes,fee Effens.
Hcjperides^ ^97>^^^
Hierapclis in Syria 78
Hier archie and high priejlhood of
the Chaldees,6^. Syrtans,%o.
PhxniceaKS,pi,(^i^. of the Jf"



raelites before the law^i 09. of
Samaritans, i '7, 1 5 2 . Aaron^
135. ofihe Turkes, 3 1 2,Cr f.
of Chrifiians, 313.315. Cappa-
docians, 320. Z elans, 321. ^^•-
memans, 339, Albanians, 341.
Perfans, 3 59,3 68. ofthepre-
fent Perfans, 3 8 8 . d"/^ »« C^-
thaia,2^o-]. of Tartars, ^i^,
422. Thebeth , /^:^o. OJ the
B rachmanes, 457. Siamites,
460, oftbeBramenes, 490.
rw(f«r Papal-feaat Coulam,j^()i
in Tidore, 516. »» Japon, 525.
w lauaand loKtani^<^j^z an Sa-
matra,<^^9.in Egypt, '^J^.&f.
in Barbarie,6z 3 . /'« ytnrtnia,

']6Af.inMexico,q^z,']9<i,']91
8 o 2 . /« Nicaragua, \ii^.tn Pe-
rt* 875
Hieroglyphikfs, 94, 581,663,811
Hierro one of the Canaries 7 1 j
Hillelyi'jz. Hinnom,g%. Hippo,
104,601 Hippopuiairuisfi^i.
6'i>i, Hiram 90
Hircanus,96i flaine 112
Hi[paham,fee Ifpaham,
Hijpaniola defcribed, 906. y/jf/r
Oraclei,Priefls, Dances ^Z ernes
907. f/j^ miracles, prophecies,
feajis of their Zemes,^oSjheir
holy. bread, ^09. oracles, buri-
alls, manages, punijbments, tra-
ditions of the creation and fpi-
rits,c)o^. ceremonies about the
f eke tend dead, 910. Tempejis
there, ibid, quite dtjpeopled of
the naturall Indians 913
Hiftajpes,father of Darius hn tra-
uell to the Brachmanes, 456
Hiftorie helped by ^eographte,^o
vfe of It 96
Hochelaga 749
Hollifnders aBj in the eafi Indies,
462, (j 6 3 . hinderers of the En-
gli(h 5*6,83 1
Holy land,fee ludia <?WPaIc(ii-
na conquered by wefierne Chri-
fttans ' 280
Homer worpnpped ^j
Homerites,66^. Hondura,^i^
Honey venomous 323
Horeb 229
Horfeofferedto the Sunne, 6<^,66
Horfcs taken with Haukes, 422.
fatted and eaten in Cairo , 590
If it



taken tn a fierie circle for their
fades Cc)<^

Horfe and man taken for one Crea-
ture,j'i^. DreadfuUtotheln.
dians,-]^^^^^^. Tfurth ofhorfes
tn Peru ^nj

Homes rooting in the around, 5 07

Worne by fome Kings & Priefls

710,766

Hofanna 126,207.^/.

Hofpital at Medina, 271 .of Saint
I.Bapttfi, 343.^^ Ardokil, 38a
Merdm, 392. (7^,485. at
Cfiiro J 87

Hojpitalls for beafls and birds,

475,482
Hourds of Tar tars 421

Howers equallandzinequall, 119.

of fraier, ibid,
Hudfons voiages to the North and

north . wcfl, 743. his VPtntering

/^i treacherie of his men, 7 44 .

Gods mfiice on them 741"

Hunnes 3^^,359

Hungaria magna 404

Hungarie ouer-run by the Turkes

284,285. bytheTartars,^o/^
HuracanoSf'jio, Hujri , 402.
Hyosna 558

Hyperboreans 395,398

Hjpocrife,z6.i ^9,Hyrcama,-^ 5 1

1

jAbbok_ p7

iJah 5

Jacobs tweluefonnes,} o 3 , ic8. he
reformed his Familie lO^

Jagges, fee C'iicqu'i.
Jamaica 90 3

Jamboliinfulff 708

langoma 465

Janui 3 j8,e^/I

Janissaries, 282, 287, 288,289,

291
lapheth,lapetus ^his fofleritie,^-^

the eldefi fonne of Noah,ibid,

Japon , the hijiorte thereof in two

Chapters,^ 2^. &f. their cu-

ficmesandrites, 524. Officers

effiate, 525. Their Bonz,ij,ibi.

their fecis,gcds,Bonz.ij, ^16. &

f. feafis, 528, fclfcfacrifcers,

5 29. Confcffiun, '^7,0. Temples,

Monafleries, Images, (frc. 531

their funcralls , and prodigies,

K. 3 z,their later coucr funs, 5^3

2 . anti-



THE TABLE.



antiqmttes thereof, ibid, am-

Ltjft^eto the Pope, ibid. C«-

lumbuA atfirfi fi^ht of Htlfa.

niala thought himfelfe tn lapoH

730

Irchas chicfe Brachmaw, 45 7

Jafo/i ;4i.5i5

JauAft artd his Grecia»pofierttte,

.44

laua greater attdlejfe^^l 7. eight

K tngdomes in latta minor, 5 40

laua maior. the crue/Zrites^x b i .

Xhe differs Kingdomes therein

541. The old King, and his

wines CH^ame^ 542. their ^»

ligion,^c. ibid.

Iberians of Thttbal 4 j

Iberia 2 79. 3 40. 2 4 1

Ibis a Bird-god , 570

Icuria 7J7

/f «• many leagues long, 743 . 74 1 .

744
Jlan^h of tee 740. 744. 8 5 1

Ichneumon J76

Iconium 28 1. 3 20.389

jSlhpphagi 707

/c/;! 327

I dale am 481.485

ldolatrie,the originailthereof j 2 .

53.581 .^ow mettliroiu 91./-

dilaters (in this booke) rakff

for heathens 427

Idlenejfeptinijhedbj/lttv 568

ldum£a 96

lehofM, ^ . ^.ryritten lofta & leh-

«(?)!;, ibid, "whether to bee pra-

notinced 114

Mafier lenkinfons trauels 422

lenefey riucr 4 ? I

lebujttes,9%.lebu^alem 106

ler/efalem, \o6. New lerufalem,

1 09. f /?!? /»^/)' Cf f <>, 114. ?^e

^/onif <J«^ rime thereof 1 5 6

lertifaUm taken by Aitiochu4^%/^

by r^ttu and Adrian^too.l^j

loj.by Ttolemey 122

lewijh dreome thereof y 161. Mti-

hcmeticall 261

leremie the Trophet worjhipped^

577
lefelh 04 Tartars 423

lefuites impitden'e,Z<^ , reports of

miracles, 9 9 .finfi obedience,

J7T. Babelsbablers,\']6.de-

uifers cf lies, 393, J^teratores,

and yet Nouellert,^oiJitiracU



mongers, 418. ^f r r^_^yr r^flw,

477, thetrreuenuts at C»a^

48 5. &fei^. the world crfm«

»/;?»» about the world,^%j, di-

fcourfe of them, 522.523 .a£ls

tn Japen, 533 .their conuerjiens

andconuerfationsin Indta,e^^

howfarre to be credited, 681,

brags of conuerjionsfalfe, 912.

hloudie hands, 917. vjhersin

the diuelsfchoole, 9 1 8

lethros counfell no

lewesflaine at Seleucia 73

Jfwijbpriutledge, ioi.K/4pofia-

cy,i02. 1 ewes compared to Ge-

deonsfleece^iot.whyandwhen

fo called , I o 3 .their three courts

III. punijhnents, 112. x 1 3.

computation ofdayes, howrej,

watches, moneths,yeares, 119,

^y^^- Tekupha, i lo. feaFles^

12 J. Sabbath, 122, iV^*-

woffw andpcffeouer, 123 .P*»-

r«oi?, T25. of trumpets, re.

conciliation, tabernacles, ihid,

of lots, dedication, (Ire. 128.

cruelties ij8

their fa^s, 1 27. &feij. fbU-

tions , gifts, facrtfices, i 29.

/•/f iw and fir^ fruits, 130.^

/f^, perfonall ejferings, I 3 2.

Pr tells and Lt^uites, 1 34. c^yl

y^ffj-, 136. C^/ wafhings, 1 40

fchooles and degrees^ 4 2 .7«»-

p/f ,/^? Temple.

/tfww di^mguifhedinto Hebrews,

Grecians cr Babylonians,! 3 7.

iwfo Karraim and Kabiniflsf

I ^^.hatredofthe Samaritans^

152. oJ»aw ra all people, 155.

1 6 1 .deftroyedby Adrian, 157

forbidden to looke into ludaa,

ibid. ^^ Traian, 1 ^S.rebellion

vnder Barchosba, 1 57. ^j^w-

do-Mofes, and Andrew, 158,

their fair Chrifts,i 59. C/>r«-

nolngie, X 6 6. Talmud and

Scriptures, 170. &ff<]- their

tmcient authors otidKabalifis,

lj^.&ft<j.

lewes like a lampe or Unthorne,

x6o. Their difperfions andmt.

feries, lib.z.cap.io. tot.profi..

table to the Pope, 1 5 1 . ef three

ferts,ij^.their Creed, 180

^»>A, 181. pritfi/tdge,ihid.re-



furreSion, \%z. fable ofroUing^
the dead in caues, 18 a. Nega^
tiue and affrmatiue precepts^
li-^.&f. their MeJ/ias, 1^7.
childbirth f ibid, expoftion of
Scripture, liZ.Circumcifon^
igo.female children, l^i.ptf.
rtjication,redemption,nur/erief
l^z, dreame of fucking, goin^
bare,v>tgirt, cj-c, ibid, other
cares of education, tg^.Praiert
At morning, 1 94 , rifing, clothing
wafl>ing,^i^is ,i\i\d.Tephillim^
gomgso the Synagogue, 195,
prayers and an hundred bene^
di^tons, 196. redeeming effO'
cr;^«,ibid. Echad and other
prayers y ipj.fuperftitiens t»
place andgefiure,and their Li*
tanie ,198.199. 63 .difeafes of
the gall hffw cured, 199, why
they keep catlelly\hid. wafhing
and preparing to meat, ib. be-
hauiour at meat, opinion offpi.
rits attendmgjneats & graces^
iOo.Euenfong and Nollurnes,
iO\. reconciliation (^ going t9
bed,\\i\dTheir Thurfdates and
JHondaies ,\h Law-leSure,\h,
felling offices, womasfynagogue
zoi. preparations to the Sab,
ib. their Sahatary fuperflitiont
Mtdopiriions lO^.tfr f, fables of
Sun (^ Mjon, 205. preparatiS
to the paffcouer, 206. obferua*
tion, loj.thetr Pentecojt and
Tabernacles j\\>\A.New.yeares
day, Judgment day, Saint^wor-
fhip,ro%.Cofeffitn, Ltnt,Cock^
fuperflition andpenance, 209.
feall of recondltaticn and the
law^ zio, t heir felling off cet,
fajls, &feafls,z 1 1 . cockryand
butchery,! 1 7 . mam f Id coujt'
nage,z 1 3 .efpoufals dr mariage
zi^.duties anddiuoree, 215.
begging & difeafes, 216. Te'
nances , fkknes ($• death , 2 1 7»
funerals, 218. Purgatory, &c.
ii9.Angellofdeath,\h. Their
two Mefftahs , ^ftgnes of com'
ming, 220- aBs ofMeffias Ben
Iofeph,2 2 1 . Their ten confola*
tiens, Behemoth & Leuiathan,
222. other dreames,222.22 J,
the lewes cofiuer/ion,22j\.&f.
JcAtuUU



THE TABLE.



fcAndals to the levels, 225

leTves m yirabitt^zi^O. »« Ferfta,

theft ffht r'mael Sophi their

Jlde]j/M,-:^Sz.t» C'.uhaia^j^o-J.

inBengAU,:^']^. tnEgjipt^^^Q

in y^/at, 610,621,025,634,

654,655, 665,667, 675,704,

707.

lewes freed by Cyrus 552

Jewes/ftppofed people of Peon, 470

Jew which found the Sabaticalt

ftref.me,'^\^.&f. Uwesmdo.

fed, 5^9.5-°

Ignatius thefrfl Ieftnt,hts Jieute-

nancte \%,alfo i-ji

2 lands adiacent to J/ia, 5 i '),&f-
Jlads peculiar to onefexjz 1,709
Jhinds adiacent to Africa, 70 7,
&fec^ . To America , 8 8 5? . er / 1
Ilium 'i'^6

Image of god, 16. How fir re

loft, 28,t^ 50

Images, how came to be worfjipped

Images in the Temple ofBeltts, 5 6

Image eretiedbj Nabuchod, 57.
efSenacherib, 7 ^ . Images m
theTemple at Hicrapolts, 80.
of Apollo at Daphne,^ 5 . Image
in Nabnch. dreame,^/^, ojy't.
Horiatakfnaivay with a feoff e,
% 5 . of men made Gods, 88. of
Molochjg-j. ofCalues 105

lewifi hatred of images , 184.
Dreame of an image at Rome,
220. of Venus, i-^i^. Tur^/fj
nicetiefor images, 245), 294.
Images of Mars and Saturne
atMecca,r6<,. ef George, Ca-
therine , Mar "ante but Em.
blemes 3 1 1

Image of lufiter, ^ 28 . of Diana.
551. of Hercules, 331. ofAIi-
nerua.ibt. of Homer. ibi. ofCy-
bele, 533. Tanais or Anaitu,
239. forbidden by the Magi,
■}6g. of the aire. 7,11. forbid-
debythe Seres, 7,99. off It^ c^c.
^mongli the Tartars. 411 . c^
41 3. of the Precopites 42 1, tn
TaniTUth.i^il.^zZ, Giantlike
tn Cathay, .^:o. oftheSamoeds
473. (fhmoiSjA^'i, Siamites.
460. in Pegu. /^6g. at and of
Ganges. £fj 3 . andBengala.^ 74
Salfatc , zi-c. afi%, Caleiut.



^9 2~ cf Negapatan , 498.
Draimc in chariots. A.99. Of
Hercules at Her ac lea, 515. tn
Japan. 531.533- of Adam in
ZeiLin. 5 50. 5 5 1 . m Egypt,
565.577.582. image-pLijhr,
585. The image of Serapts ,
whence. 585. Memnon. 586,
of Alexander, 598. of Saint
Mathcw tn Ethiopia, 683 . of
y.tz,liput.cli and other Mcxi.
can idols. ■] 96. & fecj, at A.
cufamil, 813. in Guiana^ 832
tnPtrfi 878.879

Imam 314

Jmbuma afcrpent 559

Impropriations Topijh , 130.
132. & feq. How many and
how wici^d 133

Incenfe 23 1. 80 1

Index Expiirgatorius 36.90
India-^wl),tt Coiitriesfocalled^669
India minor, 40 3 . Alaior, ibid.
The name India how vfed. 451
Deuided.ibid. Their rites be-
fore and after Bacchus 452
Jndians of feuen forts, j\.^%. 0-
pinions and life of their Brach-
manes, ibid. Timers orders of
them,/^ 5 .^ . Their rites m bur-
ning themfelues, 455. Gods,
mmjlers, dances, arid other rites
4-56
Indian women 48 8

Indian fruits, plants, lpices,beafs,

erc.l.^.c.il.tot.
Indico 507

Indus the riuer worJIApped, 453
defcribcd 479

Indiijian 477

Ingratitude punifjed by Iiw, 373

416
J/iguas, title of the Kings of Peru

S-jo.&f.

IncjuiJi.ionSpaniJlj 917

lobs ft one 173

loghi, Indian Votaries and Catha-

rifts, 489. Their opinions,! bid.

furimi i.eale , 499. Sclfe-ri-

gour 500

\ohn King of England his embaf.

fage e-L-]

lonia 28 1

I: £ian 44

\onithus a, fuppofcdfonne efNcah

43



Jonas fcnt to Nunue 77

lonathas Sobnc of \Xiel, 162,
. , 164

\onike letters 9^

\snu 331

lofpe ^ 95

1oralK.iniTd.i;mc 463

} or dim 104

Icrtam 542

lofephus not skilful m hebrew, 1 06

"Ben Cjorion counterfeit, 142.

Hist eft imonie of Chrift, 177
Iraka K. ingdc me 241

Iroquots 753

IjabelLi built 731

Hand of Ifibclla 864

Ifdigertcs 358

y///,8f,9i,94. more fully, ''^ei,

Iftand peopled 737

yhian a D ruftan P ropljet 8 7

Iftnael 108,243

\fmaelites a feii .162

Zfm.ielSophi,2S 3. thefeccnd,2S6

fee the full Hifti^rie, of the fir ft

Jfmael , 378. to 382. of the

fecond 382

Ifpahan , 279, 347. & feq.

,384
Jjrael who called, 103 .Their num^

ber, 10^. how gnuerned before
and m the time of Mofes, no,
how after, 1 1 o. 1 1 1 . Carried
captiue, 137. when they depar-
ted Egypt 595
Jjfedones 29c
Italic whei-ein happy andvnhappy

Ituraa 148

Jubilee, 126. the nine and fortieth

y ear e ibid. Popijh^i zj. of the

Mexicans 810

JubaalCingayidWiiter 608
Jucatan 812

Jucca 823

Juda 103,137

Judea, 103. Wjf « _/j^y? fo called,

i05.^?Ieruf3km,aHdIewcs,
Judgement day ,/f ^ VVorl d.
Juchri,''uchria,Jurchi 278

Jugures 430

Julian A p'ftata 82,11^,357
I«/;;j« //ii- Span-.Jh Traitor i ? 8
I«//<«y 104

Jupiter, ef the Plough, 8 8 . 0/r/?<r

T)unghil,9z. Beelfmtn and
lilt 3 Olympttis



THE TABLE.



Olym^'ms,<) 3 . Trifhylius^z 3 3 .
Belhpoterts ,323. Her cans, and
Fulminator,'^26. Defcenfor,
328. LartjftM,^^o, Other
ames 331

Jupiter Sagus, 338. BelnSt 3 39.

Ittpiter of the Perfians, 3 70, 3 7 2 .
Hi'Jpita/is 661

lurci 278

Ij:^tehK,ofAdiiibena 73

K

KAbala, 169, 174. vhattt is
I J ^. how differing from

the Talmud, thid. iSp.s/ 1^(?

Mahumetans 276

Kains Sacrifice 3 -^JhiipKniJJjment

ibid, his remoomng to Nod and

his pojteritie 7,^. called the fans

of Aden, rvhy ibid.
Kam commended bj the Caiani,

150
Kalendaroflev^ifhfafls &feafis,

128. of the Samaritans IJ4.

Saracens 273

Koleieri 229.317

Kara, Karraim, Scripture lewes

138.143. ancient and moderne

differ 143. 144.153.625. 634
Kedar 97. 2 28

Kergis 404

Kiadifh a lervipj Frayer 1 8 1 . 2 00

218

Kine Tvorpnpped by the Indians^

vfhy 62.^«n' 483.488.491.494

Kifte and dogges vnilde 73; .mtiltt-

plied there, tbid. 906

Ku^g of the lerves , his preroga-

tiues III

Kiou chief e Citie ofRufsia 40 3

404
Kirgefen Tartars 422

Kit hay a 402. their rites 403,

their filth andmanner ofrvri.

ting, ibid. See Cathaya.
Kntfe-fuperjiition 212,412

Knight-hood in Ci»aloa,']%o. in

Mexico, 805. »« Brafil, 848.

fee Cafars, Goa, 823. in Pe-
ru 886
M. Kniuets moH flrange aduen-

ture, in Brafil and other parts,

8?9.<^>'?-
Koptus , a citie thatgaue name to

Egypt 561

Kumero^Ktmeraeg 43



L Ah ans Idols 109

Laborofoarchadus •73

Labyrinth in Egypt e6y

Lac an Indian drugge 507

Ladrones Hands 889,900

Lakj at Hierapolis,%o. Afcalon,
92. Sodom,<)6. called Ajphal-
tites, 1 o/^.Genezareth andSa-
machomtis,ibi. Arethufa,-!,AO.
eflan,i/^6.ofLaos.^^%.Chia'
may, 459, Dangu, (^c. 5 1 3.
Zembre,^<^6, Aieris, 567. of
Goyame,6-] 5 . AqHelnnda,69 5
whence Nilusfioweth,'jo 3 .704
in Qanada,'j<^i. of Nicaragua
816. ofTiticaca, 873 .ofMexi-
ct>,jip. of Guiana; %^^. Hot
Lake 873

Lamech. 3 5

Lambe.Tafchall, /f<? Pafchall,
</4«7)i facrtfice of the Hafidtm,
138
Labor 478

L'^mps in the Temple ofFez,goo,
and as many arches 616

Languages confounded,^^. Refio-
red,ibid. IVnich was the firfi
lang./^6,j^']'] .reckoned hyjome,
72,47. Languages, Tvhich most
ge»erall,%^ i .ftrange language
vfed m holy thmges in Peru,
880
Laodicea, 8 2 . Sixe of that name

8?

Laos 458,461

Lar and Cailm 518

Lav written w mans heart , 21.
differing fi-om ceremomall,ibtd.
ceremontall , morally iudiciall,
1 09. Thetr difference , ibid.
tVritten and vnwritten , 140,
"Dreames ofvnwntten, 168,
169, ijo.&feei.ijz

Law takfufor all the Script. 180.
demded 183

Laurence Hand, /firMadagafcar.
Riuer of S.Laurence 747

Lay-men, 147. Of the Indians,

488

Cap. Leighs flantatien in Guiana,

830

Legend of Br an Jen , 18,203,

Of Saint Francis, 140, 1 68,

208



Lent of the lewes, 209. ofMahu.
metans,fee Ramedan. Oftht
Mexicans, 809. Of the Tunt,
ans 82J

lohn Leo an African writer, Em'
baffaderfrom the King of Fez,

Leonides 3^^

Lepanto Sea fight 609

Leper amongfl the Per fans 3 70
Lequio 515

Lerius his obferuations of BrafiH
. , 837,^/.

Letters when muented, 3 6. lewijh
andPhanicean,/^^,^^. Which
by whom muented, 9^. Hiero-
glyphicall ,ibid. Sar/Mritanani
Hebrew yoS

Letter fuppofed by the firpple In-
dians tojpeakj 730
Leui and Leuites, 1 09, 1 3 4, C^

fe^.
Leuiathan 173,182,222

Lewis King of Hungarie fiaine ,

284
Lib anus a hill 8 8 , 1 04

Ltbrarie of J ewes, 1 64. of Mahu-
metans,z-jo. At Pergamus ,
3 29. of Bennet Colledge,^o9.
in lapon, 531. at Alexandria,
586. Cairo, 587. In the hill
Amara, 61%. Confiantineple,
ibid, at Tunes 689

Libya 641,642

Lkia 334

Lignum Aloes 458,507

Lilts 187

Light in the creation^what,^. ex-
cellence therof,<^. Funeral lights
of lewes, 219. of Turks 288
Light of Mahumet 246

Light ofthemoene,^fnow ferues
the Northerne people m winter

4H

Lights burned in honour of Idols y

470,474,489, 5 27, 5 28, 5 5 1,
801

Li^t of the world a foolifh loghe

500

Lion, his awe of many 4.2. Lions
nature at large, <^'^1,?^f. Lions
demur ed the Samaritans^ 151.
Lion ofEla, 223. Lions tami/i,



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