and naturally tend to return back to the &longs;ame.</cell><cell>492</cell></row><row><cell>MOVEABLE, <emph type="italics"/>&amp;c.<emph.end type="italics"/></cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell>A <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> being in the &longs;tate of Re&longs;t &longs;hall not move unle&longs;&longs;e it have an inclination to &longs;ome particular Place.</cell><cell>11</cell></row><row><cell>The <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> accellerates its Motion in going towards the Place whither it hath an inclina&shy;tion.</cell><cell>11</cell></row><row><cell>The <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> departing from Re&longs;t goeth thorow all the Degrees of Tardity.</cell><cell>11</cell></row><row><cell>The <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> doth not accelerate &longs;ave only as it approacheth near to its terme of Re&longs;t.</cell><cell>12</cell></row><row><cell>To introduce in a <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> a certain Degree of Velocity, Nature made it to move in a Right Line.</cell><cell>12</cell></row><row><cell>The <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> departing from Re&longs;t pa&longs;&longs;eth through all the Degrees of Velocity without &longs;taying in any.</cell><cell>13</cell></row><row><cell>The Grave <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> de&longs;cending, acquireth Impetus &longs;ufficient to re&shy;carry it to the like height.</cell><cell>13</cell></row><row><cell>The Impetus of <emph type="italics"/>Moveables<emph.end type="italics"/> equally approaching to the Centre are equal.</cell><cell>14</cell></row><row><cell>Upon an Horizontal Plane the <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> lyeth &longs;till.</cell><cell>14</cell></row><row><cell>A &longs;ingle <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> hath but one only Natural Motion, and all the re&longs;t are by participa&shy;tion.</cell><cell>103</cell></row><row><cell>A Line de&longs;cribed by a <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> in its Natural De&longs;cent, the Motion of the Earth about its own Centre being pre&longs;uppo&longs;ed, would pro&shy;bably be the Circumference of a Circle.</cell><cell>145</cell></row><row><cell>A <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> falling from the top of a Tower moveth in the Circumference of a Circle.</cell><cell>146</cell></row><row><cell>A <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> falling from a Tower moveth neither more nor le&longs;&longs;e, then if it had &longs;taid alwayes there.</cell><cell>146</cell></row><row><cell>A <emph type="italics"/>Moveable<emph.end type="italics"/> falling from a Tower moveth with an Uniforme not an Accelerate Motion.</cell><cell>146</cell></row><row><cell>The Cadent <emph type="italics"/>Moveable,<emph.end type="italics"/> if it fall with a Degree of Velocity acquired in a like time with an Uniform Motion, it &longs;hall pa&longs;&longs;e a &longs;pace double to that pa&longs;&longs;ed with the Accelerate Mo&shy;tion.</cell><cell>202</cell></row><row><cell>Admirable Problems of <emph type="italics"/>Moveables<emph.end type="italics"/> de&longs;cending by the Quadrant of a Circle, and tho&longs;e de&longs;cending by all the Chords of the whole Circle.</cell><cell>412</cell></row><row><cell>MUNDANE.</cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell><emph type="italics"/>Mundane<emph.end type="italics"/> Bodies were moved in the beginning in a Right Line, and afterwards circularly, according to <emph type="italics"/>Plato.<emph.end type="italics"/></cell><cell>11</cell></row><row><cell>N</cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell>NATURAL.</cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell>That which is Violent cannot be Eternall, and that which is Eternal cannot be <emph type="italics"/>Natural.<emph.end type="italics"/></cell><cell>116</cell></row><row><cell>NATURE, and <emph type="italics"/>Natures.<emph.end type="italics"/></cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell><emph type="italics"/>Nature<emph.end type="italics"/> attempts not things impo&longs;&longs;ible to be effected.</cell><cell>10</cell></row><row><cell><emph type="italics"/>Nature<emph.end type="italics"/> never doth that by many things which may be done by a few.</cell><cell>99</cell></row><row><cell><emph type="italics"/>Nature<emph.end type="italics"/> fir&longs;t made things as &longs;he plea&longs;ed, and afterwards capacitated Mans under&longs;tanding for conceiving of them.</cell><cell>238</cell></row><row><cell>From Common Accidents one cannot know different <emph type="italics"/>Natures.<emph.end type="italics"/></cell><cell>238</cell></row><row><cell><emph type="italics"/>Natures<emph.end type="italics"/> Order is to make the le&longs;&longs;er Orbes to Cir&shy;culate in &longs;horter times, and the bigger in longer.</cell><cell>243</cell></row><row><cell>That which to us is hard to be under&longs;tood, is with <emph type="italics"/>Nature<emph.end type="italics"/> ca&longs;ie to be effected.</cell><cell>403</cell></row><row><cell><emph type="italics"/>Nature<emph.end type="italics"/> keeping within the bounds a&longs;&longs;igned her, little careth that her Methods of opperating fall within the reach of Humane Capacity.</cell><cell>433</cell></row><row><cell><emph type="italics"/>Natures<emph.end type="italics"/> Actions no le&longs;s admirably di&longs;cover God to us than Scripture Dictions.</cell><cell>434</cell></row><row><cell>NERVES.</cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell>The Original of the <emph type="italics"/>Nerves<emph.end type="italics"/> according to Ari&longs;to&shy;tle, and according to Phy&longs;itians.</cell><cell>91</cell></row><row><cell>The ridieulous An&longs;wer of a Phylo&longs;opher deter&shy;mining the Original of the <emph type="italics"/>Nerves.<emph.end type="italics"/></cell><cell>91</cell></row><row><cell>O</cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell>OBJECTS.</cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell><emph type="italics"/>Objects,<emph.end type="italics"/> the more Vigorous they are in Light, the more they do &longs;eem to encrea&longs;e.</cell><cell>305</cell></row><row><cell>That Remote <emph type="italics"/>Objects<emph.end type="italics"/> appear &longs;o &longs;mall is the Defect of the Eye, as is demon&longs;trated.</cell><cell>337</cell></row><row><cell>In <emph type="italics"/>Objects<emph.end type="italics"/> far Remote and Luminous, a &longs;mall acce&longs;&longs;ion or rece&longs;&longs;ion is imperceptible.</cell><cell>350</cell></row><row><cell>OPINIONS.</cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell>It's all one, whether <emph type="italics"/>Opinions<emph.end type="italics"/> are new to Men, or Men new to <emph type="italics"/>Opinions.<emph.end type="italics"/></cell><cell>77</cell></row><row><cell>ORBE, and <emph type="italics"/>Orbes.<emph.end type="italics"/></cell><cell></cell></row><row><cell>The greater <emph type="italics"/>Orbes<emph.end type="italics"/> make their Conver&longs;ions in