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ver Bowl, will vibrate of it self, and tell ex-
thors affirm) that there are others, whose
Or Oracle from Heart of Oak.
dona, Ubi Nemus erat Jovi Sacrum, Querne-
Dodonai Templum fu-
Semiramis of Babylon.
first that invented Eunucbs. Semiramis tene-
Which is something
is said to have receiv'd Horses into her Em
that perhaps may be the reason why she af-
For fome Philosophers of lete here.
S, K. D. in his Book of Bodies; who has this
Story of the German-Boy, which he endeavours to make good, by several Natural Reafons ; By which those who have the Dexterity to believe what they please, may be fully satisfied of the probability of it.
A Persian Emp'ror whip'd bis Grandum.
In Corum,atque Eurum folitus sevire Flagellis.
So th' ancient Stoicks in the Porcb.
lorum seditionibus, mille Quadringenti iriginta Cives interfe&ti funt. Diog. Laert. in vita Zenonis. p. 383. Those old Virtuofo's were better Proficients in those Exercises, than Modern, who seldom, improve higher than Cuffing and Kicking,
That Bonum is an Animal.
Bonum is such a kind of Animai, as our Mo
dern Virtuofi from Don Quixot, will have Windmills under Sail to be. The fame Authors are of Opinion, That all Ships are
Fishes while they are afloat, but when they
In a Town
The History of the Cobler has been attested
by Persons of good Credit, who were upon the place when it was done.
Have been exchang’d for Tubs of Ale. The Knight was kept Prisoner in Exeter, and
after several Exchanges propos'd, but none accepted of, was at last releas'd for a Barrel of Ale, as he often us’d upon all occasions to declare.
Bore a Slave with bim in bis Chariot.
Et fibi Conful,
Juven. Sat. 10.
dum esset, fupra Prætorium poni, quafi admonitio, & indicium futura pugne. Lipfius in Tacit. p. 56,
Next Links and Torches, &c.
Torches born before them (by day) in pub-
Vespasian being daub'd with Dirt.
C: Cæfar succensens, propter curam verrendis
viis non adhibitam, Luto jufit oppleri, congefto per milites in prætextæ finum, Sueton. in Vespaf. C. 5.
Has not this present Parliament
A Ledger to the Devil sent?
byterian times had a Commislion to disco-
At Antwerp their Cathedral Church?
ders, the common People of Antwerpin a tu-
demolish Images and Shrines; and did so much mifchief in a small time, that Strada writes, there were several Devils seen very busy among them, otherwise it had been impossible.
Sing Catches to the Saints at Malcon. This Devil at Mafcon deliver'd all his Oracles,
like his Forefathers, in Verse, which he sung to Tunes: He made several Lampoon's upon the Hugonots, and foretold them many things which afterwards came to pass; as may be seen in his Memoirs, written in French. Appear in divers shapes to Kelly,
And Speak i' th' Nun at Loudon's Belly. The History of Dr. Dee and the Devil, pub
lifh'd by Mer. Caufabon, Isác. Fil.Prebendary of Canterbury, has a large account of all those Pallages; in which the Style of the true and false Angels appears to be penn’d by one and the same Person. The Nun of Loudoni in France and all her Tricks, liave heen seen by many Persons of Quality of this Nation yet living, who have made very good ObTervations upon the French Book, written upon that occasion.