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272

Fermert, Bo, of the Paftoral Duty

75

examin'd, 233, 262. Figure, with A-
Buryal Office descrded

351 mendments relating to them, 96. Comet
с

o: 163, th: Caul. of the Deluge, 97,
Cæjar, Julius, his Character as a Writer, Objectiusos 10 M r.ee's Hypothefi“,

195 with his Antwers, and a Cut
Cambden, his Charactor of Mr Fox TOS Corrines, Hiftorian, Character of

193
Canterbury. Archip, Guardian of England, Communion Table, Writing fix'd over 278

95. Supprlies Long beard ib. Conscience, its Dictates to be tollow'd 193
Capi al Punishment. Sce Magistrate. Crosciousness, w bat

242
Carnat, Temple of

88 Confiance, Council. See Wiclift.
CAT M. des, abuith'd the superftitious Convulfions cured by Musk

Fol. 27
Fear of Comets

75 1 Cor. xv. 37. Criticism op
Cartwrigbe, explodes Anabaptifts 108 116 Corporation and Teft A&t oppreflive and
Collins, calcula.csb. Motion of a Comet77 iniquitus

43
Cuibalicus. Ser Leiters,

Coryai, Tom, a celebrated Traveller

9၁
C.C. See Letters.

Cosmopolita. See Letters.
C. D. (Confiftent Diljenter) his Rema:ks Ciwrayer, Dr, Pall.ges from bis An'wer to
answer's
43 Cardinal Tençin

85,119
Cecilius wrote of the sublime 274 Cranmer, Archbp, his Oath to the Pope
Cercm pies effe Give to D.flenters
350 190. Calumniated

228 Nore
Cbaldeans, had just No ions of Cometo 75 Crosby, Tbo. cenfur'd in the Case of Suwire,
Cbambers, Qriation from his Cyclopædia,

113. See Letters.
Article Hell, 185. Copy'd others Faults, Curae. See Salsp.

326 Curtius, Quintus, Charact:r of his Hiftory,
Coopman, Archdeacon, on his Charge a-

195
gaina Popery

331 Curve of the Moon ab ut the Sun, de
Ctariets, numerous, of the Pbilipines, ac- mon Arated

178
counted for

29, 35 Cuftom a Source of falle Judement 245
Charitable Collectione. See Briefs. Cyclupædia, Article from, concerning Hell
Cbicbeley, Arctbp, Oath taken by

189
Tormenis

185
Children, a Plan for their Reading and Plan of a Specimen and Supplement
Spelling

248

to

Folio Sbeeig p. 1, 2, 3
Chrift, his Death, no common Event 25 Further considerations on, 2;2.
Chrißianus. Se: Letters.

Remarks on them
Chriianity founded on mosal Agency, 172

to make it an English Detonary,
Club Authus of a Diffriation on Melcbi.

&c. 283. Specimcoe

Fol. 21-4
xideck

271

D
Church of England how orders Bapriim, Dremus, the Souls of ibe Dead 331

33 Iis D terminatio. c ncerning it, Daniel, Prophecies of, expounded, 220 -1,
13 Note. Bitray'd to Popery
226

279, 327
Cicero, a bautiful Pastaje irum, 1?!: Divenport, a coted Prescher, 101. Re-
Trelated

ib.

trets
Claule, perfecuting, in the Popish Orth, Dederinn, of Trutb aserted, 48. o' The

tibbie Life of a Cbriftian

102
Clement VIII. Pope, reftord the Roman Deyju ilin, Boerbaave erroneous in de:
Pooc fical

fcribing

355
Cire, le, or the Abuse of Metaphysics ,13. Legge, Sir Simon, a Paliage from him a-
Oi the Vie of the Hebrequ Word

guinfi Pluralities

41
385 A Paliage in his Liie of Mr Derivation and Revulsion, general Iodici.
Like

283
tions in Diseases

315
Cory vindicated, 9. Serious Address to 38 Defaguliers, Di, his Dodrine of Vapours
Clery, ça-rijcze Soidists

175
deiended

173
Culxıb, an E.1371h Courcil there 82 Defires and Appetites, why implanted in u 3
Cold, Cire of a Privre deized wich 340 Devils, in Milion, the Subjects of their Me.
Collper Jeremt, kemask on, 190 -1 Noies ditations, 198. Doctrine of Devils,
Coirs of white Peop!, Czyses of, Fol. 30 I Tim. iv. I, rather Doctrine of L2N175
0:10 ons iii. 3. Preachinens upon 103

327
Conecies amor us, ounus'd 212, 214

Diab:tes, Care of

251
Comets, Earth is Danger from 64. -7. Dialogue de claris Oratoribus, quoted on É-
Tale o 68. Fery Globes, 97. Their ducation

320
Norber and Bignef how eftimat.d, 66. Diez, Ludvicus de, translated Abdias 82
Huisrble, 69. Eartly and firey, 7o. Dip, in wha: Sente properiy used, 21 Nute.
Varou Opining of the

53

hereia Sie Inmersion,
difteringtrio Planets, 74. Theis cod Discal-s, Ciures of, 291. Se: Healb.
old ed Esis, 77-79. Toeir Toila Dikazeri, njf to cadeavour a Rep.al of the

Corpora

236

102

19! Nore

191

285

113

race

Fol. p. 37

177

220

Corporation and Teft Ate, 43. Pushing For ever, in Scriptore, bgnifies only a lo"
Difeniers, 45. Their Objections again i Time
Cetformity answar'd, 349. ln an evil Foræication, ill Effects of

4
State

352 Fortune, Gift of, from the Gods; Wif-
Dodona. See Oaks.

dom and Virtue from ourselves 171
Darmers, a sew Sear, their Tenets

277 Fox, Rev. Jobn, vindicated, 104. Testi-
Douglas, an accurate Anatomist

354 monice of his Integrity, 105. Vindi.
Dramatic Pieces, to be examin'd

2:3

cated against the Anabaprins, 108. In
Duck, artificial, its Mechanism and Opera- the Cale of William Sawiri, 109. In
tioos

156 his Account of ihe Lollards
E
Fraude in obraining Briefe

208
Eagle, Brebdingnagian

55 Free, Dr, on his Ode in Imitation of Hs.
Earth, Peopling of, 28, 30, 33. Bigger and

273
denser with regard to the Sun, than ge-

G
Derally supposed, 61. In Danger from Gallantry, French Notion of, condemned,
Comets
64

207
Echo, how to prodoce on the German Flute Ganymede.carry'd by an Eagle to Heaven, 55

162 Gaol. Diftempers cured,
Edoc tion, public, recommended, 280, 321 German Flute. Sc. Flute.
Edrcard, K. the Confeffor, sent to the Holy Glory of God as much promoted by the
Land

90 Ceftruction as Salvation of Mankind, 25
Egg in the Fætus how nourished, 359. See God, as certainly determined by hu Wir-
Haller.

dom, as it he acted by Necessicy o Na-
Egypt, old, Ruins of

88

ture, 2. Whatever is from him is right,
E100, Meaning of, explained

17. How a God of Order, 252. Hie
Electricity, its Cause, and medicinal Ef.

Attributes, how expresid

253
feets, 311. Related to Magnetism, 314 Cerbs, introduce a second Roman Empire,
Elizabetb, Q. Dialogue from Xenopbon,

219. Subc'u'd
translated by her, with a Print of her Government, except of the Ifraelites, of
Majesty, 139. Copy of her Handwrit.

human Inftitution

38
ing

157 G, R. See Lerters.
Enjoy is to obey

198 Grace, not irrefidible
En hufiasm, trong Effects of, 59, 98, 225. Grati(ude no Foundation for Charity, 169
See Letters.

Gravity of the Solar System, Center of,
Envy defined

281 movable from the Sun's Center 61
Eptialtes, Incubus, Nightmare. Article of

Greek Method of Education

320
a Supplement to Cyclpædia. Folio Sheet Gregory II, Pope. See Boniface.

III. Oath exacted by him 189
Epicgcloid, protracted, the Moon's Path 178 Gregory, Jobn, his Observation concerning
Epidermis, tranimiis Colors
Fol. 30 Baptism

82.
Erasmus, bis Interpretation of Barlizwe 87 Greenwood, Story of him

Ich
Error, Grounds of

244 Grey, ur Richard, defended
Etbics, Authors recommended 196 Guards made teacficial to the Common-
Eve, cbasadterised from Milton

253

wealth
Europeans, Causes of their Whiteness 36 Gulliver, Capt. bis Relations no fidione 40
Eye, Wound of, cured

325 Gumfage. Soe Letters,
F

H
Facio. See Letters.

Haller, M. a learned Commentator on
Fais-Sex, Advice to

207

Boerbaave, 357. His Accuunt of two
Familiar, Examples of

90 Eggs of Fætuffes
ling, how far useful

1 Halley, Lr, calculated the Oibits of Cu-
Fellows. See Hones.

77
Fido. S:e Letters.

Harduin, Jesuit, fubverts Chropology, 313
Figure, mechanic, playing on the Tabor Hatred, a Ground of Esror

246
and Pipe, 166. See Image, Duck. Health and : 'iseasea, Causes of 286,29 !
Firft (Adjective) how uled

Fol. 22
Hearne, censures Mr 8cx

ico
Fluids. See Solids,

Hebrew, has no Word for Eternity, 18;
Flure, its Nature, and how productive of Concise, 121. Peculiar Idiom ut it 125
Sounds

159 Hell, the Word fuppreff d by a Coure
German, how different from, and Preacher, in compliment to h's An.
more perfect than other Flutes and dience
Wind-Instruments, 159, 161-2. Play- Fell Torments, whe her Esernal

135
ed on, by a wooden Satue 162.7 Hereditary Right not segaried in antic
Fælus, Circulation of the Blood in, 356. Timu

133
Objedios folved 3576 Scę Ege:

Hirodilus,

10

P. 3, 18

221

154

353

mete

13

Fol. p. 29

Fol. 30

Herodotus, bis Account of Scyrbia. 344 Kingswood, Colliers, reform'd by the Fif.
Heroes, a remarkable Difference between leys

7-
antient and modern

72, 73

L
H fid, describes Brebdingnagians 55 Laicus. See Letters,
Hickes, Dr, censures Bp Kenn

226 Lambertus Scbafraburgenfis, his Character,
H ckups, dismal, cured by Musk, Fol. 27

195
Hidden Life of a Chriftian

103

Lateran Council, Profession appointed by, 187
Hicro ard Simonides, Dialogue between, 139 Laws, negative, indispensable

5
Hildebrandine Dietrine of Regstance 227 Lay Patrons admonished

39
Hippocrates ascribes the Cause of Fevers to Le Clerc. See Clerc,
The Air

299 Le Franc, translated Mr Pope's Universal
Hippocrene, the Fountain of the Poets En Prayer

196
thufialm

56 Leigh, his Criticism on βαπτίζω 85
H ftorians, Remarks on

194 LETTERS. From A. B. on Reafod and
Holes in Fluies, how vary Soundo, 159, &c. Revelation, 1. From J.S. of the Me-
Homer, describes Pygmics 50. Orus and thadifts, 5. From Fido, on the fame, 11,
Epbiales, Giants

54 From M. N. on Prescience, 19. From
Honett Fellows, very, described 204 a Curate of Salop, on the fame, 26. From
Hope and Fear, Preservatira against Sui- Pbilo-Mag. on the Mode of Baptism, 21,
cide

71 From T. Crosby, on the same, 23. From
Horse, Speech of

56, 57 Anti-Foster, on the Death of Ch.ift, 25,
Huyonbams, their Spea king asserted 36 From Arorymus, on Peopling the Earth,
Hungary, I Ode to

73 28. Two from R. T. on the same Sub.
Hydrophoby, Cure for

jedt, 30, 32. Two from C.C. on the
Hydrostaticus Borealis. Sce Letters.

Right of the Magistrate to infli&t ca-
Hyferics cured

pital Punishment, 36. 37. From Rufti-
I

cus, against Tytbe, 41. From 7.0.
Idea, what, 242, 255. Id various Kinds, On the Corporation and Teft-A&, 43.

ibid. From N, England, concerning the new
Jefuitical Plot, new

332

Preachers, 58. From M. Vaucarson, on
Jewel, Biskop, his works to b: read wih his Pieces of Mechanism, 166. From
Mr Fox's

105 Hydrostaticus Burealis, on Vapours, 173.
Jews, their Reftoration predicted

From R. D. with Remarks op Dr T.P,
If (Conjunction) how used

174. From Mr Facio, in answer to Ob-
1. L. See Letters,

jedrions againAt his new Theory, 61. From
dmage, playing on the German Flute, 162.7. Anonymus, of Baptism by Dipping, 81.
Copy'd from the marble Faune of Coyse- - In answer to Crefby on Baptism, 84.

166 From Pbilo-Crosby: co che Mode of Bap-
Imagination, what

242, 255 tism, ib. From R. T. of the Power of
Immersion, what it includes, 21 Note-in the Magiftrate, in answer to C. C. 92.
Bap:ism, Teftimcnics for

24 From Mr Facio wich a Figure, and
Impatience, a Ground of Error

244 Amendments relating to Comets, 96.
Inconftant, his Hiftory

From Turk, in N England, of the Effects
Index to a View of the Levant 91 of Wbirefield's Preaching,98. From Hop.
Intellect pure, its Operations

kington, of the wild Rapis and Freaks
70. See Letters.

ot the New Enthufiafts, 100. From
Johnfon, Rev. Mr, a Favourer of Popery, Reede. Ifand, on the same, 101. From

229 Connecticut, on the same Subject, 102.
Jobriffon. See Bucbanan.

From Mr Facio, on the Cure of an Ul.
Josepbus, quoted concerning Ofarfipbus, 8. cer in the Lurgs, 181. From B. A.
Melcbizedeck

269 with Observacions on Salmon's Review,
yovius, Ciaracter of his History 196 183. From Cosmopolues, on Hell Toro
Judgment defin'd, 243. — false Sources of, mento, ib.. From J. L. on the Tye

244 ranny and Usurpation of the Popes, 187.
Jupiter As ment for Jupiter Ammon 90 From Catbolicus, on Mr Pope's Universal
R

Prayer, 196. From Cosmopolites on the
Keach, unfairly renders Barlitu

81 Specimen of a Supplement to Cyclopædia,
Kenn, Bp. censur'd

227 215. To Mr Warburton, in Defence of
Koplor, his Notion of Comets.

D. Grey, 221. Exposing ignorant Pre-
Kings their Fears and Cares, 140, &c. tenders to Pbyfic, 222. On the new

Untappy in Love, 143, 146. Didrufful, Enthufiafts, 225. On Proteftang be-
covetous and needy. 147. Their Honour traying the Church of England to Popery,
diftafteful, 151. Favours highly valu'd, 226. From Exonienfis, on Mr. Smito's
152. How to make themselves easy and Hypothesis of the Tails of Comits, 2;0.
happy
353 Cor Liderations relating to the Chilopædia,

220

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256

73

304, & Co

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23,83
286

232. Remarks thereon by C.D. 237. Lungs, Ulcer ir, cured, 181. Their Cora
From Paul Gumfage, explaining a Pallage texture and Office
in the Te Deum, 238. 'Observations on

M
Spelling-Books, 248. Hiftory of a Dia- Machine. See Image, Duck, Tabor.
betes, 251. From Pbilargyrus, on a Paso Machines Physical propos'd 285
fage in Mr Stackbouse's Apparatus, 242. Mad Dog. See Hydropboby.
From 7. W-s, with a view of Bp Magiftrate, may indiet capital Punishmerit,
Brown's Human Underflanding, &c.254. 36-7. Of a certain Country allow'd
From J.D. with Objections to Mr Suicide, 71. Have their Authority from
Tale's Hypothesis of Comets, 265. On

93
a Differtation concerning Melcbizedeck, Magnes, an obscure Author

229
269. From Pbaerbor, on Mr Gumjage's Mabuzzim, what

331
Criricism on the Te Deum, 242. The Mairon, Mons. wrote of the Aurora Bo-
Answer, ib. Wirb my Body I ibee wor- realis
Abip, explain'd by Pbaerbon, ib. To Dr Manerbo, Historian, quoted

28
Free, on hio Ode, 273. Account of Marcellinus. See Ammianus.
Dormers, a new Seat, 277. From Bric Martbew, Chap. IV.V. not Systems of Be-
tennicus, recommending Publick Educa- lief, but of moral Virtues

170
tion, 280, 321. Objections to Mr War. Maupertuis, his Account of Cometa

73
burton's Sermon, by Laicus, 323. Of the Maxims and Problems physical and medical,
Cure of a Wound in the Tunicles of the

285- 320
Eye, by J. Norman, 325. Of improv. Mede, Mr, againnt Sprinkling
ing Ainsworib's Di&tionary, from A. B. Medicines, not agreeable to Nature
Cambridge, 326. On Archdeacon Clap. Melcbizedeck gave Tythes to Abrabam, 269
man's Charge, by B. C. 331. With an

Mentz. See Boniface,
Enquiry into the Situation of Antient Mercury. See Sublimate.
Scyibia, by G. R. 341. From Stalbri. Metaphor, divine, and buman, 257. How
gienfis, with Objections to Mr Tate's

different from Analogy

ib.
Hypothesis of the Re&tilineal Motion of Metaphors have their Force and Beauty
the late Comet, 345. M. Yute's Answer, from their proper Sense, 22. Examples, 90
347. On the Controversy between Mr Method, defined

247
Wbite and a Disfenter, 349. On a Pal- Merbedists, favourable Account of, s. Cen-
fage in Mr Wbile's Defence, by Coristianus sur'd, 8. Vindicated, 11. Drive People
352 to Despa ir

225
Levant, View of

86 Midianites, the Number of their Army,
Levily, a Source of falle Judgment 245

29, 34
Lewis, Author of Antiquities of Fever ham. Milton, Speaks of Pygmies, 52. Paslage
Abbey

from bim, on the Meditations of the De
Leyden. See Smith, Jobn.

vils

295
Liberty, why necessary to Happiness, 3. M. N. See Lettors.
In Religion, not to be violated 359 Mnemonics, No. V.

Folio 18. Key 19
Light, Matt. v. 16. not to be understocd Moliere, a Passage from bis Femme pedante,
Knowledge

170
Light, Rays of, a long Time in passing from Moon, her Orbit about the Sun deter-
the fix'd Stars to the Earth
66 mined

178
Ligbren, in the Te Deum, its Meaning, 238 Mordaunt, Col. Pbilip, an Infance of sui-
Lilliputians, their Reality, asserted, 49. cide

70
Objections answer'd

50 Mofes, his Account of the fourth Day's
Line, what
165 Creation how taken

66
Livy, his Character as an Hiftorian 195 Motion the Cause of Alteration in Bodies,
Locke, bis Objections againf School-Educa- 289. Regulated and apply'd medicinally,
tion answer'd
280, 3s,

308
Logic, Art of, 240. Defined 242 Mouth, Variations of, in playing on the
Lollards, Account of

113 German Flure
Lombards, introduc'd into Italy 220 Mcuch of Wind Ioftruments confoce'd, 159
Longbeard, William, Story of 94 Mosk, its Preparation and Virtues, Folia
Longinus, Paffage from
274

p. 26-9, 30
Love, a Source of Error, 245. Not de-

N
Girous of easy por common Things, 143. Naptor Brief, Charges and Collection 210
Ill Effects of, in Tragedies

Narfes corquers the Gorbs
Lover general, History of himself, 200. Negroes, Differtation on che Caufe of their
Censur'd

207

Biackncis
Loungers, mention’d by the Speelator 277 Newburg, William de, Hiftorian

94
Lower, an inaccurate Anatomid, 354. &c. New England, new Preachers there 58
Lune, le Monde de, (World in the Moon) Newien, S: Ifaac, Pallage of his concerning
Ticle of a Book

the

200

78

159, 161

212

220

Fol. 30-31

56

man Flute

the Divine Omnipresence, 16. His Chro- Philo. Hiftoricus, his Reasoning on Peopling
Bology cited, 28, &c. 'Applies a Pas- the Earth, exploded

30
Sage of St Peter, 280. Bigots amongft Pbilo Mag. Animadversons on, 86. Ses
his Followers

347

Letters.
Nicepborus, his Character

194 Pbilopoemenus, hio Address to the Clergy,38
Nicetas Cboniotes, Character of his Hiftory, Phlebutomy, pradical, Folio Sheets, p. 14

194 Phyfic, Pretenders to, exposed, 222. Me-
Nicbolson, Archbp, hie Censure of Mr Fix, chanical

285
106 Phyficians, Requisites for, 338. Their
Non-Relidenta censur'd
38 Errors

ib.
Not (Particle) bow used Folio 23 Pigeons, oracular

57
Norman. See Letters.

Plan. Sec Cyclopædia.
Notes, mufical, how to (well on the Ger. Planets inferior, 64. With Comets, de-

161 scribe Elliples about the Sun 76, 97
Novelty a Source of Error

245 Phny, describes Pygmięs, 50. His speaks

ing Oxen, 57. Affirms Land producing
Oakı, vocal

57
Salt, barren

130
Oaths, taken to the Popes, 187, 66. Be- Pluralicies censur'd

38
fore the Parliament, 190. "Inserted in Plutarcb, Character of his Writings, 194
the Pontifical

191 Poetry, Things to b: regarded in 196
Odaves, musical, how produced on Fluree, Polybius, Hiftorian, Lis Character 194

160 Pontifical. See Roman, Oarb.
Odsacer, a Tyrant

219 Pope, Mr, Animadveidons on his Universal
Onomacritus, a fabulous Hiftorian 342

Prayer

196
Opera, to be supprefled

213 Popes. See Rome, Oarbs.
Oppian, his speaking Horse

57 Popery, what to afferi, 228. The Bane of
Origen, his Opinion of the Duration of fu-

true Letters, 332. Advanced by Inter-
ture Punishment, 185. Of the mutual marriages with Proteftants

360
Shocks of the ccleftial Globes 64 Power to do we'l, attended with a Power
Original Sio, what

9 to do ill, i. Absolove, where lodg'd, 227
Orion, the largest of the Giants 54 Preachers, enthusiastic 59, 98 104
Ofar sipbus, who
28, 33, &c. Proachment

103
Oxen, endu'd with Specch

57 Pedeftination absolute, defeoded, 27. Drivca
P

to Despair
Papifto, Arta of, to increase their Num- Prediction for 10 Years

220
bers

360 Prejudice, a Source of falle Judgment, 245
Paraphrases. See Psalms.

Prescience, dicine, Vindicating of, 14.
Parrot discourses with Prince Maxrice 56 Animadva: fions thereon

19
Parsons, Jesuit, wrote against Mr Fox 106 Pressure, its Efficacy on the human Body,
Pascbal, II. Pope, holds a Council 187

292, 315
Paffions, a Source of falle Judgmen', 246 Priefts, Manner of Ordering 226
Pathetic, quite different from Sublime, 274 Prince, and private Men, compared 139
Patronage, Righe of, abused

40

Promises and Threatnings, how they differ,
Paulus. See Æmilius, Jopius.

186
Paulus Venetus,describes a monstrousBird, 56 Proteus, why so called

34
Pegasus, why the Patron of the Poets 56 Plalms, Paraphrases of, compared, 120.
Profions to eje&ted Religious

200

Pl. xviii. 44. Sunse of, mikscn in the
Pentecoft. See Wbitefield.

225 Nore

Universal History, 121. Pf. li. 3, 4. ex-
People can give the Magistrate a Right to plain'd by Si Paul. 133. Pf. xv. iv. Cri-
take away Life

36, 37
ticism on

292
Peopling of the Earth, 28, 30, 33. Sce Puritans, afterwards call'd Presoyleriers,
Eartb.

and Independents

83
Perizonius, a Name assum'd by Mr Girdler, Purples, Discale, 3 Cases of

338
47 Pygmics, Account of, 50, 6c. Their
Perry, M. D. his View of the Levant, 86

Wars

ibid,
Perfic Account of Christ's Baptiím 81 Pyramid, largest, a square Cone 87
Persian Method of Education 321 Pyrometer, a new Instrument, with its
Perfecuting Clause in the popish Oah, Usea,

318
191, Nare
Perspicuity the chief Ornament and End of Quacks, an Apology for

337
Writing

274 Quakers, the mof melancholy Sect, 225 N.
Pbaer bon. Sce Letters.
Pbiiftimes, the Vaftness of their Army ac-

Queries to Non Resideots, 39. From the

Ditrofition of the Solar Sytem, and the
counced for
Philo-Crefoy. See Letters,

Pallages of Comedo

65
Quimilias,

2S, 34

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