# Catalogue Entry: NATP00176

## Newton's Waste Book

• Newton's Waste Book (Part 1)
• Newton's Waste Book (Part 2)
• Newton's Waste Book (Part 3)

Source: MS Add. 4004, Cambridge University Library, Cambridge, UK

[1] {B}ern: Mod: bene {v}ivendi ser: 3.

[2] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 4.

[3] ibidem serm: 7.

[4] Aug: de Doct Christ. l. 1i. c. 6o.

[5] c. 7o.

[6] c. 10o.

[7] c 31o.

[8] Aug de Civ. Dei. l. 1i. c. 29o.

[9] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 2i. c. 9o.

[10] Prov. 5.21.

[11] {Se}{p}t 1664.

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{illeg} $2x+\frac{1}{3}xx={gd}^{2}$. $xx+4x+1={ag}^{2}$.

[40] $\begin{array}{l}\underset{_}{36}\hfill \\ 2025\\ \underset{_}{162\phantom{0}}\\ \phantom{0}405\end{array}$

$\begin{array}{l}\underset{_}{29376}\\ \underset{_}{162}\\ \underset{_}{29376}\\ \phantom{0}\underset{_}{7776}\\ \phantom{0}\underset{_}{729\phantom{0}}\\ \phantom{00}\underset{_}{486}\end{array}$ $\underset{\text{'}}{a}____________\underset{\text{'}}{b}_____\underset{\text{'}}{c}$ $\begin{array}{l}\underset{_}{32076×25dd}=801900dd\\ 160380\\ \underset{_}{64152}\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{}729\\ \phantom{0}7290\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{}134\\ \phantom{0}537\\ \phantom{0}\underset{_}{486}\\ \phantom{00}5184\\ \phantom{00}486\\ \phantom{000}324\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{l}\phantom{0}1296\\ \phantom{0}648\\ 962\end{array}\right\}=\begin{array}{c}\underset{_}{104976×9}\\ 944784\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{c}\phantom{0}900\\ \phantom{0}36\\ 1800\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{l}\phantom{0}405\\ \underset{_}{162\phantom{0}}\\ \underset{_}{2025×25dd}=50625\\ 10125\\ 4050\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{l}Q:\underset{_}{324}=104976\\ \phantom{0}1296\\ \phantom{0}648\\ 972\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{l}\phantom{0}216\\ \underset{_}{106}\\ \phantom{000}6\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{cc}36& \\ & \begin{array}{r}\phantom{0}216\\ \underset{_}{106}\phantom{0}\end{array}\\ & 1276\\ & 11484\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{rr}9×25×& 36\\ 3& 24\\ 16& 20\\ \underset{_}{64}& \underset{_}{8}\hfill \\ 81& 00\\ \underset{_}{18}& \underset{_}{00}\hfill \\ 99\end{array}$

$\begin{array}{r}36×324\\ \phantom{0}1944\\ \underset{_}{\phantom{0}972\phantom{0}}\\ 11664\end{array}$ $x+\frac{r}{q}xx=9$. $\frac{r}{2}+\frac{rxq}{q}=2$ {illeg}$x=2x-\frac{rx}{2}$ . $\frac{rx}{2}+2x=9$.
$x=3$. $rx=6$ $r=2$ $rx+4x=18$ $-\frac{qr}{2}+2q=rx$

$2q-\frac{qr}{2}+4x=18$ $\frac{qr}{2}+\frac{72}{r+4}-18=0$

[41] $cc=52c-117$. $\begin{array}{r}c=2 6-\sqrt{156}\phantom{\left(0}\\ \underset{_}{520}\phantom{\left(0}\\ 559\left(2\\ 4\\ 1\phantom{00\left(0}\end{array}$ $cc=80c-180$

[42] $\begin{array}{c}& \begin{array}{}1600\\ 14\\ 1420\left(3\\ \phantom{00}20\end{array}\\ \phantom{0}\\ \begin{array}{ccc}13& .& \\ 14& .& 192\\ 15& .& 225\\ 16& .& 5\\ 17& .& 289\\ 18& .& 324\\ 19& .& 361\\ 20& .& 400\end{array}\end{array}$

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${x}^{3}+{y}^{3}-axy=0$. $v=\frac{3xxy-ayy}{ax-3yy}$ $x+\frac{3xx{y}^{2}-ayyz}{\sqrt{\begin{array}{c}9{x}^{4}yy-6axx{y}^{3}\\ +aa{y}^{4}+aaxxyy\\ -6{a}^{3}xyy+9{a}^{4}{y}^{4}\\ \end{array}}}$ for x. $x+\frac{3zxx-azy}{\sqrt{\begin{array}{c}9{x}^{4}-6ayxx+10aayy\\ +aaxx-6{a}^{3}x\end{array}}}$ for x . $y\frac{+3yyz-azx}{\sqrt{\begin{array}{c}9{x}^{4}-6ay{x}^{2}+10{a}^{2}{y}^{2}\\ +aa{x}^{2}-6{a}^{3}x\end{array}}}$ for y

$ab=a=2ad$ $ad=\frac{\sqrt{3aa}}{4}$

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{illeg}$=x$. $ce=y$. $af=q$. {illeg}$x-xx=yy$. $ed=z$. $ed=s$. {illeg}$c=q-x$. ${eb}^{2}=qq$. $eb=q$. {illeg}$:2qx-xx:zz:$ ${eh}^{2}$. $eh=\sqrt{\frac{2qxzz-xxzz}{qq}}$ {illeg}= $\sqrt{2qx-xx}-\frac{z}{q}\sqrt{\phantom{00000}xx}$ {illeg} $=2qx-xx+\frac{2zzqx-\phantom{000}}{qq}$ {illeg}$-4zx+\frac{2zxx}{q}$ {illeg}$=\frac{qz-xz}{q}$ {illeg}$-\frac{zx}{q}$

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[48] $\begin{array}{cccc}& dxqy& +& 2fxyy\\ -& 2pfxy& -& byx\\ -& 2ayyx& -& \frac{dexy-ddyyy}{f}\end{array}$

[49] {illeg} $\begin{array}{ccccc}xy& +& ay& =& 0\\ ax& +& yy\end{array}$

$ed=v$. $cd=x$. $ac=y$. $ab=s$. {illeg}$=z$. $eg=\xi$. $0=yy-2xy+ax-{x}^{2}$ $y=$ $\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\stackrel{\cup }{O}\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\sqrt{2xx-ax}=ac$ $yy=\begin{array}{c}2xx\\ -ax\end{array}\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\stackrel{\cup }{O}\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}2\sqrt{2{x}^{4}-a{x}^{3}}$. ${eg}^{2}=\begin{array}{c}3{x}^{2}-60x-ax+ao\\ \phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\stackrel{\cup }{O}\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\sqrt{2{x}^{4}-a{x}^{3}}\end{array}$. ${eg}^{2}=\begin{array}{c}3{z}^{2}\\ -az\end{array}\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\stackrel{\cup }{O}\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\sqrt{2{z}^{4}-a{z}^{3}}$ $yy-2xy+ax-xx=0$ $\frac{-2yy+ay-2xy}{-2y+2x}+x=v$ $x+y+\frac{ay}{2x-2y}=v$ $8{x}^{4}-4a{x}^{3}+4a{z}^{3}-8{z}^{4}$ $\begin{array}{r}{x}^{3}+4xxz+4xzz+4{z}^{3}\\ -2xxa-2axz-2a{z}^{2}\end{array}$ $\begin{array}{ccc}\sqrt{2xx-ax}& -& 2z\sqrt{2zz-az}\\ & +& 2z\sqrt{2xx-ax}\end{array}$

$ab=a$. $bd:be\colon\colon b:c$. $\frac{cx}{b}=be$ . $\frac{cϩ}{b}=eh$. ${fe}^{2}==\frac{ccϩϩ-bbϩϩ}{bb}$ $fe=\frac{cx-bz}{b}=\frac{ϩ\sqrt{cc-bb}}{b}$ $\frac{bz+ϩ\sqrt{cc-bb}}{c}=x$ $ed=\frac{x\sqrt{cc-bb}}{b}$ $ed=\frac{ϩcc-ϩbb+bz\sqrt{cc-bb}}{bc}$ $eh=\frac{-ϩb+z\sqrt{cc-bb}-ca}{b}$

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[51] $ϩ\sqrt{ec-dd}=ex$ .

[52] {illeg}$\begin{array}{}\phantom{0}\\ \phantom{0}\end{array}+4{d}^{3}{\varrho }^{3}ϩ\sqrt{ee-dd}+$

[53] {illeg}$\begin{array}{}\phantom{0}\\ \phantom{0}\\ \phantom{0}\end{array}{\varrho }^{5}+5{d}^{4}{\varrho }^{4}ϩ\sqrt{ee-dd}$

[54] {illeg}$\begin{array}{}\phantom{0}\\ \phantom{0}\end{array}-dϩ+\varrho \sqrt{ee-dd}=ey$.

[55] $\varrho \phantom{\rule{1em}{0ex}}\begin{array}{l}-2dd\varrho ϩ\\ +ee\varrho ϩ\end{array}\phantom{\rule{1em}{0ex}}\begin{array}{l}\phantom{0}\\ +ceϩ\sqrt{ee-dd}\\ \end{array}=eexy$.

[56] $\begin{array}{c}d{ϩ}^{3}\\ {ϩ}^{3}\end{array}\phantom{\rule{1em}{0ex}}+2ce\varrho ϩ\sqrt{ee-dd}\phantom{\rule{1em}{0ex}}\begin{array}{ll}+& 2dee\varrho \varrho ϩ\\ -& 3{d}^{3}\varrho \varrho ϩ\end{array}\right\}={e}^{3}xxy$

[57] {illeg} $x+ax+bb=0$ . {illeg} $+\frac{aa}{0}+bb$

[58] $ac=d$. {illeg}$=a$. $ad=b$. $ed=c$. $\frac{aa}{b}=ab$. $ae=e$ {$\frac{ae}{b}=eb$.} $bc=\frac{db-aa}{b}$ {illeg} ${c}^{2}=$ $cc$ . $\frac{ddbb-2aabd+{a}^{4}+aacc}{bb}=ee$.

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{illeg}$d=a$. $pg=b$. $pd=g$ $\frac{ea}{d}=dh$ . $\frac{fa}{d}=gh$ . $h=\frac{bd-fa}{d}$ . {illeg} $bdd-2bdfa+aaff+eeaa=bbgg$ {illeg} $\begin{array}{c}aee\\ aadd\end{array}=2bda\sqrt{ee-dd}+bbgg-bbdd$ . {illeg} $a=\frac{bd\sqrt{ee-dd}}{2ee-dd}\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\stackrel{\cup }{O}\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\sqrt{\frac{-bbddee+2bbggee-bbggdd}{4{e}^{4}-4eedd+{d}^{4}}}$

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[71] $\frac{d\varrho +sϩ}{e}=x$. $\frac{t\varrho -vϩ+ce}{e}=$ y

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$dg-eg-e\sqrt{dd-gg}+d\sqrt{dd-gg}=0$. $g=\sqrt{dd-gg}$. $dd=2gg$ or $d=e$ $ag-2cg-2c\sqrt{dd-gg}=0$ $\frac{ag}{2g+2\sqrt{dd-gg}}=c$. ${g}^{3}=-dd+gg\sqrt{dd-gg}$. $2gg=dd$. $-3ccdd\sqrt{dd-gg}=0=c$. $3ddg=3ee\sqrt{dd-gg}$ $d=e$. $-aegd$ $\begin{array}{l}-6cde\sqrt{dd-gg}=adeg=0\\ +add\hfill \end{array}$ $-3ddcc\sqrt{dd-gg}-addcg=0$ $9ccdd-9ccgg=aagg$ . ${d}^{4}gg=$ {${t}^{4}-$}$gg{e}^{4}$ $\begin{array}{llllll}& 36ccddee& -& 36ccggee& =& aaggee\\ +& aa{d}^{4}& -& aaddgg\\ -& 2cea{d}^{3}\end{array}$ $-r\sqrt{rx}-6x\sqrt{rx}$ $\begin{array}{ccccccc}3rx& +& 8xx& +& \frac{16{x}^{3}}{r}& +& \frac{rr}{4}\\ & +& 4xx\end{array}$

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[79] Noe motion is lost in reflection. For the circular motion being made by continuall reflection would decay.

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[81] Def 3d

[82] {illeg}s Axiome 4th.

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[84] p Axiom 4th.

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Of the seperation of body{s} after reflection

[86] r axiome 3d

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[90] The center of motions determinacon & velocity

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[99] let this follow the 5t axiom

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[101] What force is required to beget or destroy equall velocity in unequall bodys

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What resistance in bodys

[103] What force Indeavor & Pression is

[104] What force or Motion is in equivelox bodys

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What velocity acquired or lost in equall bodys by unequall forces

[106] What motion in bodys

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A generall Theorem of the proportion of velocity & motion of given body moving through given spaces in given times.

[108] What force required to beget or destroy unequall celerity in equall bodys

[109] Of hindering and helping motion

[110] What celerity acquired or lost by equall forces in unequall bodys

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What velocity & motion gotten or lost by unequall forces in unequall bodys A Generall Theorem.

[112] Of the {illeg} force in reflected bodys

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Two bodys being uniformely moved in the same plaine their center of motion which describe a streight line

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{illeg} the {illeg} {as divers plaines}

[116] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi ser: 27. (ad Sororem)

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of the velocity of the center of motion 14

[118] The 28th & 30th proposition done otherwise

[119] Or thus

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The {illeg} of motion is {illeg} before after {illeg}

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The center of motion in finite bodys hath the same velocity before & after reflection

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This ought to be proved by the 34th & 35t, & the 36t by this concerning the impresse of $\left(g\right)$ on $\left(qdp\right)$

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Of the Advantage of force in divers positions to some center.

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[150] For the first equation of the first sort

[151] For the 2d

[152] For the 3d

[153] For the 4th

[154] For the 5t

[155] For the 6t &c

[156] For the first Equation of the seacond Sort

[157] For the seacond

[158] For the 3d.

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[167] November 1664

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[177] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 14

[178] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 22.

[179] Ecclesiasticus 6.18.

[180] B

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[182] This line is a streight one the equation being divisible by $b=y=0$

[183] Endeavor not to find the quantity d in these cases, but suppose it given[Editorial Note 1]

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[184] Or else C

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[197] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi. ser: 7. (ad Sororem)

[198] Bern: in Cantic. ser: 27.

[199] Amb. Off. li 1o c. 38.

[200] Aug de Civ Dei. l 1i. c. 24o.

[201] c. 30o.

[202] c. 31o.

[203] l. 2i. c. 24. victoria {nocuit} Syllæ.

[204] Bern: Med. c. 14.

[205] Prov. 1.23.

[206] December 1664

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[209] Theorema

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[211] December 1664.

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[220] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi. ser: 56. (ad Sororem)

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[225] Feb 1664

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[228] Another way.

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[230] December 1664

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[235] Aug de Doct Christ. l. 3ij. c. 12o.

[236] ibidem. Veterum iustorum bigamia.

[237] c. 21o.

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ibidem.

hospes.Libidorex.

[239] Aug de Civ. Dei. l. 1i. c. 16o.

[240] Voluntas pudicitiæ custos.

[241] c. 18o.

[242] Animas pudicitiæ fedes.

[243] Famina corpus dedat potius quàm sit homicida sui.

[244] c. 19o.

[246] quare a se occisa: in quo non licet eam imitari.

[247] c. 23o.

[248] Exempla mala non imitanda.

[249] Reponatur 504

[250] Prov. {illeg}. 3 11. etc

[251] Prov. 6. 24 et 25

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[253] Of compound force.

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[259] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi. ser: 73.

[260] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 8.

[261] serm: 26.

[262] Amb. Off. l. 1o. c. 27.

[263] May 20th 1665

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[265] Observation 1st

[266] Observacion 2d

[267] An universall theorem for tangents to crooked lines, when $y\perp x$.

[268] See Des Cartes his Geometry. booke 2d, pag 42, 46, 47. Or thus, $\begin{array}{ccccccccc}{x}^{3}& -& bxx& -& cdx& +& dyx& +& bcd\\ 2& & 1& & 0& & 0& & -1& \end{array}$ { $\frac{2xxy-bxy}{-dx}\phantom{\rule{0.5em}{0ex}}\frac{+bcdy}{dxx}=v$ }. And $\frac{bcy}{xx}+\frac{by}{d}-\frac{2xy}{d}=v$ .

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[270] An universall theorem for drawing tangents to crooked lines when x & y intersect at any determined angle

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[275] November 8th 1665.

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[294] Iudolphus Carthusiensis.

[295] 1 Reg. 31 et 2 Reg. 1.

[296] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 555 A

[297] 569. B

[298] May. 1665.

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[301] November the 13th

[302] {To} find the velocitys of bodys by the lines they de{scr}ibe.

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[305] Of tangents to Geometricall lines.

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[308] Of tangents to Mechanicall lines.

[309] Of the crookednesse of Geometricall lines.

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[311] Ecclesiasticus. 6.7.

[312] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi Ser: 13. (ad Sororem.)

[313] Idem ibidem ser: 4.

[314] Idem ibidem serm: 5.

[315] ibidem.

[316] ibidem.

[317] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 27.

[318] Idem ibidem serm: 33.

[319] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi. ser: 4.

[320] Simile.

[321] Aug de Doct Christ li. 1i. c. 27.

[322] c. 36.

[323] Charitas scopus totius scripturæ.

[324] Fides.Spes.Charits. c. 39.

[325] c. 40. qui est {illeg}et.

[326] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 20.

[327] {B}ern: Mod: bene {v}ivendi. Ser: 4.

[328] Idem ibidem Ser: 6.

[329] Idem ibidem Ser: 12.

[330] Idem ibidem ser: 51.

[331] Idem ibidem. serm: 61.

[332] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 7.

[333] Idem ibidem. ser: 8.

[334] Idem ibidem ser: 10.

[335] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 10.

[336] Ibidem serm: 12.

[337] Bern in Cantic Serm 8 Sapientia et {delectio} dei

[338] Aug. de Doct {Chr}ist l. 1i. c. 29o

[339] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi. Ser. 5. (ad Sororem)

[340] ibidem.

[341] {Id}em ibidem Ser: 14

[342] {Be}rn: in Cantic. serm: 27.

[343] {Au}g: de Doct {Chr}ist l. 1i. c. 22.

[344] Iere: 17.

[345] Amor sui qualis esse debet.

[346] Not.

[347] Amor dei

[348] c. 30o.

[349] {illeg}is sit proximus noster.

[350] ibidem.

[351] Inimicus est proximus.

[352] l. 3ij. c. 16o.

[353] Carbones ignis.

[354] {B}ern: Mod: bene vivendi. ser. 14

[355] {B}ern: in Cantic. serm: 1.

[356] {A}ug de Doct {C}hrist l. 1i. c. 23.

[357] c. 24.

[358] c. 25

[359] Simile

[360] Not.

[361] l. 3ij. c. 10.

[362] Bern: in Cantic. serm. 5

[363] Corporietas angelorum

[364] Servitium.

[365] Corporietas.

[366] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 7.

[367] Servitium.

[368] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 30.

[369] Gaudium super conversione nostra.

[370] serm: 31.

[371] Angelus cuique suus.

[372] Aug: de Doct Christ. l 1i. c. 30o.

[373] Bern: Med. c. 6.

[374] May 30th 1665

[375] The resolution of plaine problems by the Circle.

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[378] The construction of sollid — & Linear Problems

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[380] A Generall rule wherby any Probleme may bee resolved.

[381] By what lines a Problem may bee resolved.

[382] In how many points two lines may intersect.

[383] How by the Parabola plaine problems are resolved.

[384] How sollid ones.

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[387] Constructions performed by a Parabola of the 2d kind. x=y3

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[391] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 27.

[392] Deambulatorium dei.

[393] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 52.

[394] Bern: Med. c. 1.

[395] ibidem.

[396] Laurentius Medices

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[397] juxta proxima præce{illeg}us, erit VF−2gT {ad} VF+2TV {ut} sinus refrationis ad sinum inciden{tiæ}.

[398] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 4

[399] Idem ibidem serm: 5.

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[406] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi. serm: 63. (ad Sororem)

[407] {illeg} equall, otherwise {illeg} they differ by {illeg} 5 let the differen{ce} of the numbers be {illeg} R & the {illeg} tenth part of their Summ S.

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[411] Aug: de Doct Christ l. 2i. c. 36. Eloquentia.

[412] c. 37. Dialectica.

[413] Aug: de Doct Christ. l. 2i. c. 21o.

[414] Genethliaci

[415] Damnati a spiritu Sancto.

[416] c. 22o.

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[418] sol:

[419] c. 23o.

[420] c. 29. Charmes etc.

[421] Aruspice –

[422] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c. 26.

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[430] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 16.

[431] Ambros. Offic. l. 1o. c. 25.

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[440] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi ser. 44. (ad Sororem)

[441] ibidem idem ser: 45.

[442] Bern: in Cantic. ser: 21.

[443] Idem ibidem. ser: 30

[444] Bern: de Adven: dominj. ser. 4o.

[445] Aurum terra rubra.

[446] Aug. to: 9 188 L.

[447] Amb. Off. l. 1. c. 39.

[448] Aug: de Doct Christ l. 1i. c. 3o.

[449] c. 4o.

[450] Not.

[451] Simile.

[452] 1. Cor: 5.

[453] Ro: 1.

[454] l. 3ij. c. 16o.

[455] Aug de Civ. Dei. l. 1i. c. 8o.

[456] ibidem.

[457] Oratio pro terrenis non semper audita.

[458] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c 23o.

[459] Diaboli potestos restricta.

[460] Bern: de Adventi dominj ser: 1o.

[461] Simile.

[462] Submersi mundo.

[463] Bern de Interiori domo. c. 26.

[464] Terrenorum usus Abusus

[465] Simile –.

[466] Mr Iames of Christo{t}

[467] Hericus serm: in Matt. 6.33.

[468] Chrysost.

[469] Ludolphus Carthasiensis.

[470] Amb. Off. l. 1o c. 38.

[471]

[472] Bern: in Cantic: serm. 28.

[473] Bern Med. c. 6.

[474] c. 8.

[475] Ecclesiasticus. 6.34.

[476] {illeg} Jan: 6. 5hor. 34′

[477] {Decem} 1st Epist. 2)

[478] ✝ 9?

[479] Ex chron: Th: Walshinghame.

[480] In the chronicle of Robt Amesburi{illeg}

[481] 1 volume of Martyrs pag: 321. b.

[482] Force of Baptisme.

[483] Leo serm: in Nat Christi.

[484] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 572 A.

[485] 566 B

[486] Nota. distantia Cometæ {illeg} stella B Feb 7 juxta Hookium fuit $\frac{1}{15}$ pars distantiæ primæ et {Sedæ} Arietis id, est {5}′ 12″ seu $\frac{93}{15}$. Situs autem erat cometa in medio inter stellas B et C.

[487] ‡ Hookius facit distntiam duabus minutis

[488] Amb de Pæn l. 1o. c. 6o

[489] l. 2o. c. 2o.

[490] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c. 23o.

[491] Amb. Off. l. 2. c. 5. Beatitudo in {hac} vita quales

[492]

[493] Ambr. Offic. l. 1o. c. 36 etc

[494] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 561. A

[495] Hieron: to: 1o. 73. H.

[496] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 28.

[497] Pæparatio necessaria.

[498] Communicantium .

[499] Transubstantiationis fautor.

[500] Simile.

[501] Præparandi modus.

[502] Tullitur transubst effectu.

[503] Orig. hom: in Matt. 8.

[504] præparatio.

[505] Amb. de Pæn l. 2o. c. 9.

[506] Smith.

[507] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 52.

[508] idem ibidem.

[509] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 1.

[510] Cantic. Cantic.

[511] Aug: de Doct Christ. l. 1i. c. 24.

[512] {Quomodo} caro concupiscit adversus spiritum.

[513] Bern Med. c. 3.

[514] c. 15.

[515] c. 17.

[516] {B}ern de Interiori Domo c. 29o.

[517] Amb de Pæn. l. 1o. c. 14.

[518] {A}mb. Off. l. 1o. c. 37.

[519] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi ser: 2.

[520] Aug: de Doct Christ l. 2i. c. 16o.

[521] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 1i. c. 22o ex Platone in Phædone

[522] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 18.

[523] Ibidem serm: 43.

[524] Simile.

[525] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 21.

[527]

[528] II Quantitates positivæ et subductitiæ cum earum notis

[529] III Quantitates im{p}ossibiles.

[530] IV Quibus lineijs problemata solvuntur{.}

[531] V Ordines Linearum.

[532] Modus exprimendi lineas

[533] Locus linearis puncti vagi.

[534] Curvarum proprietates generales.

[535] Tangentes ad Curvas descriptas ducere.

[536] De cruribus infinitis et Asymptotis curvarum.

[537] Quomodo curare in species distinguendæ

[538] De curvarum tangentibus

[539] Notarum quarundam explicatio.

[540] Fluxiones quantitatum.

[541]

[542] {Au}g de Civ Dei 2i. c 21o.

[543] {ci}vitatis {o}rdines.

[544] {Co}ncordia.

[545] {i}ustitia.

[546] ibidem.

[547] c. 22o.

[548] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 575. B.

[549]

[550]

[551] Cælestia etc.

[552] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 33.

[553] Aug: de Doct Christ l. 1i. c. 38o.

[554] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c 29 quod vlt

[555] Ambro. Offic. l. 1. c. 9o.

[556]

[557] Bern: in Cantic. ser: 8.

[558] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 16.

[559] pa: 175.

[560] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 7

[561]

[562] Bern: Med. c. 1. verba prima.

[563] c. 5.

[564] Bern de Interiori Domo c. 12.

[565] c. 28.

[566] c. 29.

[567] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi ser: 29.

[568] serm: 67.

[569] Bern de Interiori Domo c. 30.

[570] Amb. Offic. l. 1i. c. 14.

[571] Ovid. 248. 627.

[572] Ambros. Offic. l. 1o. c. 22. pa: 13

[573] c. 23.

[574] Exempla prima

[575] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 13.

[576] Simile

[577] Aug de Civ Dei l 2i. c 25o.

[578] Liv. l. 79.

[579] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 10.

[580] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 6.

[581] Bern: in Cantic serm: 21.

[582] Smith arrow {aga}inst Atheists {illeg}. 5. vid.

[583] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[584] pag 130' post verba [ - Meritò dicentur ordinis ultimi] adde [Editorial Note 5]

[Editorial Note 5] This edit was later made to the text on f. 130r by Newton.

[585] Exemplum in {lineis} tertij ordi{s}.

[586] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 41.

[587] Concordia in bonis.

[588] Pintus in Es. c. 8.

[589] Similitudo.

[590] Ortelius of {Itallia} or rather Muscouia.

[591] Species Linearum ejusdem Generis.

[592] Exemplum in lineis secundi ac tertij ordinis.

[593] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[594] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 38

[595] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 16.

[596] Humilitas.

[597] Simplicitas.

[598] Fides.

[599] Bern: Med. c. 11.

[600] Bern: de Interiori Domo. c. 1.

[601] Ludolphus Carthasiensis

[602] Aug –

[603] Chrysost.–

[604] Aug –

[605] Aug –

[606] Eccles. Hist. Tr {illeg} B.

[607] Ambros. Offic. l. 1o c. 43.

[608] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi ser: 5. (ad Sororem)

[609] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 29.

[610] Aug de Civ. Dei. l. 1i. c. 26o.

[611] MrOsboston –.

[612] Bern. Med. c. 13o.

[613] Bern: de Interiori Domo. c. 21o.

[614] c. 22o.

[615] c. 23. Conscientia speculum.

[616] c. 27.

[617] c. 28.

[618] ibidem.

[619] c. 31o.

[620] Greg. Mag. in Hom: in Luc: 2.

[621] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 20.

[622] {B}ern de Interiori Domo c. 29

[623] Greg Hom: in Ioh: 1.21.

[624] Bern: in Cantic. Ser: 30.

[625] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi Serm. 6.

[626] Ibidem.

[627] Bern: in Cantic. Serm: 29. Conversi chariores.

[628] Amb Offic. l. 1o c. 20.

[629] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi Serm: 26.

[630] Prob. 14.30.

[631] Cor fons.

[632] Rob Holcot in Sap. 1.1.

[633] 1. Liberaliter.

[634] 2. Integraliter.

[635] Simile.

[636] Perpetualiter.

[637] Pons Christum super cor tuam sicut signaculum Bern: Med. c. 4.

[638] Bern: Med. c. 11.

[639] Bern de Interiori domo. c. 29.

[640] Bern: Med. c. 9.

[641] Prob. 4.23.

[642] Bern: in Cantic. Serm: 5.

[643] Pecoris corpus.

[644] Hominjs corpus.

[645] Corporis vsus. ob:

[646] Pol:

[647] Bern. Med: c. 14.

[648] Bern: de Interiori Domo. prefat.

[649] Amb Offic. lib. 1o. c. 19.

[650] Bern: in Cantic. Serm: 6. {Omnes} Christo subijce {entux}.

[651] Serm: 22. Chirsti Misericordia.

[652] ibidem. Christus nobis. Sapientia.Iustitia.Sanctificatio.Redemptio.

[653] Passio.

[654] ibidem. Nulla virtus absque Christo.

[655] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi. Serm: 12. Christo leva et dextra.

[656] Bern: in Cantic Serm: 9. Duo Christi ubera.

[657] Longanimitas.Clementia.

[658] Odor Christi verbi sonus.

[659] Augs de Doct. Christ lii c. 34o.

[660] Plin: Hist. Nat. l. 35. c. 10. Opera Christi cadunt in vnum Christum.

[661] Bern: in Cantic. Serm: 20.

[662] Aug: de Doct Christ. l. 1i. c. 12o.

[663] c. 13o. Simile.

[664] Bern de Adv dominj Ser. 1o.

[665] Bern: Med. c. 3.

[666] Bern: de Interiori domo. c. 21.

[667] Greg. Mag. hom: in Luc. 2.

[668] ibidem – Gaudium –

[669] ibidem. Gratiæ –

[670] Bed. in Luc. 2. Hom.

[671] ibidem –

[672] Gratiæ –

[673] Leo in Nat dies 1a sunt verba –

[674] Gaudete –

[675] ibidem.

[676] Serm: alio in Nat dominj –

[677] Maximus ep. in Nat. dominj.

[678] idem Ibidem. Diversorium.

[679] Aug in Nat. dominj

[680] Aug in Nat. Ser: alio.

[681] Origen: in vigil.Nat. MoriaVirge mater

[682] Simile.

[683] ibidem.

[684] Totus incœlo.terra.

[686] Pænitentia prædit festivitatem dominj.

[688] Parentes et amici ad convivia vocandi sed qualia.

[689] Maximus episc. in Dominica Dominj

[690] Greg. Hom: in Ioh: 1. via dominj ad cor (23.)

[691] Amb. de Pæ. l. 1o. c. 2o. Christus rerus homo sed non peccator.

[692] Christus homo vt damnaret peccatum

[693] reliquia

[694] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[695] H. Smith Arrow against Atheist. 1. 2o.

[696] {illeg}

[697] Bern: in Cantic. Serm: 22

[698] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[699] Nullum virtus absque Christo.

[700] Bern: in Cantic Serm: 11.

[701] ob: sol:

[702] Creationis et Redemptionis .

[703] Memento

[704] Bern: de Ado. dominj Ser. 1.

[705] Bern: Med. c. 3.

[706] ibidem.

[707] Descensus

[708] Concionator.

[709] Aug. de verbis dominj

[710] Aug {illeg} 9.128. H.

[711] Cyril: vid: Ie{illeg}ell

[712] Amb. Off. l. 1. c. 48.

[713] Heb. 5.22.

[714] Sibranto Lubertus. Decta: pag. 55. Libello adversus D Conradum Vorstium. Lubertus – pag. 56.

[715] Ovid: de {Puncto} l. 2o. el. 7o.

[716] Aug de Doct Christ. l. 1i. c. 15o.

[717] Aug. de Civ. Dei l. 1i. c. 14.

[718] Bern de Adv. dominj Ser. 1o.

[719] Amb. Ofic. l. 1o. c. 32.

[720]

[721]

[722] a 8. Dat.

[723] b 5 Dat

[724] a 8 Dat

[725]

[726]

[727] a 30 Dat

[728]

[729]

[730]

[731]

[732] Bern: in Cantic. Serm: 8.

[733] En eo quòd sponsa petit osculum id est Spiritum Sanctum invocat.

[734] Ro: Holcot in Sap. 1.1

[735] Hericus hom: in Matt. 6.

[736] ibidem.

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[737] Aug de Civ Dei l. 21. c. 1o.

[738] Aug de Civ Dei l 1i. c. 10o. Divitiæ Christiani.

[739] Divitiæ non sine peccato possessæ quæ cum dolore amissæ.

[740] Divitias possidere licet.

[741] Divitiæ reconduntur tutissimè in cælo.

[742] Occasio horum verborum captivitas Romana per Gothos

[743] Paulini exemplumpium.

[744] Vera Christiani bona non perdenda.

[745] Divitiæ vilipendendæ præ Christo.

[746] Tormenta pro divitijs prodendis vtilia.

[747] Hericus in Matt: 6. hom:

[748] Ambros. in Luc. 19.

[749] Ambros. (in Luc. 12.)

[750] Ambros. in Luc. 15.

[751] Ambros. Offic. l. 1o. c. 49

[752] l. 2. c. 4

[753] c. 5.

[754] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi ser: 25. (ad Sororem)

[755] Ortelius of Polonia. fol. 94.

[756] Bern: in Cantic serm: 12.

[757] Sem: 25.

[758] Aug: de Doct Christ li. 1i. c. 16o.

[759] l. 3ij. c. 32o.

[760] Aug de Civ. dei. l. 1i. c. 35o.

[761] Junius Ecclesiastici l 1o. c. 1o.

[762] Ecclesia Catholica. | Sancta.

[763] Definitio.

[764] Distinctio.

[765] Ecclesia Christus

[766] Divisio.

[767] lib: 1o. in Levit –

[768] 1. Colos. 18.

[769] Ecclesiæ vnitas.

[770] Subdivisio.

[771] lib. 10o de Civ. Dei c. 7o

[772] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 568. A.

[773] Aug in 1. Io: tract 3

[774] H. Smith in {illeg} against atheist r. 5 vid.

[775] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 44

[776] Aug: de Doct Christ l. 1i. c. 28o.

[777] l. 3ij. c. 16o.

[778] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c. 11o.

[779] Fox 1 To: pa: 634.

[780] Amb Offic. l. 1o. c. 25.

[781] Eccles. Hist. 525. B.

[782] 578. B.

[783] 580. A.

[784] Aug. de verbis dominj se: Luc. ser: 25. Inspice.

[785] Amb de Pane l. 2o. c. 9o.

[786] ibidem.

[787] Prov. 3.28.

[788] Bern: in Cantic serm: 12.

[789] Aug de Doct Christ l. 2i. c. 40o. Simile.

[790] Exo: 3. et 12.

[791] Ethnicæ doctrinæ.

[792] prolege Prov. 1. 8. et 9.

[793] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 6.

[794] ididem serm: 30.

[795] Iugum suave. | Regnum sublime.

[796] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 16. Contra desperationem.

[797] Bern: ibidem. serm: eodem.

[798] Peccantes inexcusabiles.

[799] Sanctorum virtutes singulares.

[800] Aug de Doct Christ. l. 3ij. c. 32o.

[801] Sanctorum peccata quare scripta.

[802] vid. 38.6.

[803] Exempli mali incommodum.

[804] Ambros. Offic. l. 1o c. 25.

[805] Amb. Off. l. 1. c. 47.

[806] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 22. Sola iustificat.

[807] Aug de Doct Christ l. 3ij. c. 33o.

[808] Abbot against Bish pa: 294.

[809] Oecumen. in ep. fac. c. 2.

[810] Ferus – Matt: 27.

[811] Aug de verb. dominj ser: 61.

[812] Orig in Ro: c. 4.

[813] Ecclus. 18.23.

[814] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 571. A.

[815] Bern Med. c. 2.

[816] Ortelius of Liuonia fol. 95.

[817] to: 4to. 200.

[818] Bern Med. c. 11.

[819] Fon vol. 2. 2298.

[820] Prov. 3.27.

[821] Bern Med. c. 3o.

[822] c3

[823] Fox 2 vol: 1921.

[824] Fox 2 vol. 1921. H. Smith {argew} against atheists. {1}. 5.

[825] vide IIII. 4.

[826] Bern: de Adven dominj ser. 4o Gloria vera. | vana.

[827] F. Iunius de se in vita sua.

[828] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 11.

[829] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c. 31o.

[830] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 577. A.

[831] Amb. Off. l. 1o. c. 32.

[832] Hieron: in 5{um} ad Eph.

[833] Ecclus. 23.14.

[834] Bern: de Advent. dominj serm: 1o

[835] Iohan: 8.32.

[836] Strigilius in Iustinum. 344.

[837] Aug de Doct Christ. l. 2i. c. 28.

[838] {Ro Holcot} in Sap. 1.1.

[839] Bern: Med. c. 2.

[840] Homo quid.

[841] c. 3o.

[842] Aug de Civ. dei l. 1i. c. 17o. Occisor sui homicida est.

[843] c. 20o. Occisio sui illicita.

[844] ibidem.

[845] Non occides.

[846] c. 21o. Exceptiones.

[847] Abraham.

[848] Sampson.

[849] c. 22o.

[850] Se occidere non est magnanimi.

[851] Cleombrotus

[852] Plato.

[853] vid. 3. 6.

[854] c. 24o. Regulus.

[855] c. 25o.

[856] Occisio tui tollit pænitendi locum.

[857] c. 26o.

[858] Abraham.

[859] Nulla ratio ob quam occidas te.

[860] L. vives in c. 12. l 1i Aug de Civ Dei

[861] Ovid. Met 241. 408.

[862] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 16.

[863] Bern de Adven. dominj ser. 4o

[864] Bern: in Cantic serm: 6

[865] Ethnicorum status.

[866] Idololatria vnde.

[867] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 1. c. 2.

[868] vid. 208. 4.

[869] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c 13o.

[870] Ambros. Off: l. 1o. c. 26.

[871] Greg.

[872] Aug: de Doct Christ. l. 3ij. c. 9.

[873] Bern: Med. c. 5.

[874] Fox 2 vol. 1954

[875] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 6. Desidia in opere dei.

[876] Ratio.

[877] Aug: de Sermmones dominj in l. 2o.

[878] Greg. Su Ezech. 1. hom: 7.

[879] Bern: de Interiori Domo. c. 8.

[880] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 56.

[881] Columbæ virtutes. 7ē. 1.

[882] 1.

[883] 2.

[884] 3.

[885] 4.

[886] 5.

[887] 6.

[888] 7.

[889] Rob Holcot. in Sap. 1. 1.

[890] ibidem.

[891] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 17.

[892] ibidem serm: 33.

[893] Simile.

[894] Monita.

[895] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 24.

[896] Detractionis

[897] fructus –.

[898] species –.

[899] {}intus in Esac. 8.

[900] Similitudo.

[901] Amb Offic. l. 1o c. 21.

[902] Sit iracundia puerilis.

[903] Exempla.

[904] c. 48.

[905] c. 49.

[906] Iustitia tam in parvis ac magnis. Aug de Doct Christ l. 4i. id est 8o. Simile

[907] vid. 136. 1.

[908] Aug de Civ dei l. 2i. c. 21o.

[909] Anselmus de concordia –

[910] Ro: Holcot in Sap 1. 1. –

[911] Amb. in Exam.

[912] Aug de Civ. Dei. l: 4. c. 4.

[913] Bern: Med. c. 11.

[914] Amb. Off. l. 1o. c. 27.

[915] c. 28.

[916] Auaritia iustitiæ {euertrix} expultrinque

[917] c. 29.

[918] Gest. Rom: c. 29.

[919] {illeg} etc

[920] Sap: 6.5.

[921] Foxus vel. Mart. 1i. fol. 52o.

[922] Prov. 18.13.

[923] Prov. 18.17.

[924] val. Maximus l. 5. c. 8.

[925] Rob. Holcot in Sap. 1. ver: 1ū

[926] Contra munera Es. 5.23.

[927] Sen: t. 1o. de Ira ad Novatum.

[928] Ira iudicium pervertit.

[929] Sit iudex velox ad audiendum tardus ad iram. 1. Ia. 19. Iob. 29.16.

[930] Ecclus. 4.19. 22.

[931] Bern: in Ps. Qui habitat ser. 8.

[932] Ortelius of Illiricum fol: 89.

[933] {Rashnesse.}

[934] Biddulph in a relation of his trauels pag. 7.

[935] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c: 27

[936] Fox 2 vol. 1920.

[937] Topsell 1 ser: of the Howsehold –

[939] Ambr. Offic. l. 1o. c. 36.

[940] Mr Quenning borough of private {lettres} grantham

[941] Qui habet iustitiam venalem, habet animam venalem – he hath sold himselfe to doe wicked with Ahab –

[942] Exod: 2

[943] 2 {illeg} God is everie where by his power, which {illeg} iud to protect and guide him as to {illeg} God is with {illeg} on {illeg} When the spirit went from Saul it went ill with Israel etc. The same blessed me for I delivered the pore Iob 29, 11.2 Iustice must be put on as a robe.

[944] Bern. Med. c. 2.

[945] Amb Offic l. 1o. c. 26.

[946] R. Iames in the parliment howse March. 21. 1609.

[947] 1. King 20.22

[948] Levit. 19.15.

[949] H. Smith Arrow against Atheists. 2.3.

[950] Aug de Doct Christ l. 3ij. c. 21.

[951] Ovid. Met: 269. 501.

[952] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c. 4o.

[953] c. 16o.

[954] Exod 36.

[955] Amb Offic. l. 1o. c. 30o.

[956] 2. Cor. 8.9.

[957] c. 31o.

[958] c. 34.

[959] H. Smith Arrow against Atheists. 1.5.

[960] Aug: de Doct Christ. l: 2i. c. 26o.

[961] Bern de Interiori Domo. c. 30.

[962] Amb. l. 1. Off: c. 2o.

[963] Deut. 6.

[964] c. 3o.

[965] c. 4o.

[966] c. 5o.

[967] c. 18.

[968] Solomon

[969] Pambonis memorabile exemplum. Ecclesiast. Hist. pa: 482.

[970] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 27.

[971] Bedahom: in Ioh. 2.

[972] Fox –

[973] Fox. 994.

[974] Eccles. hist. Tr: 470. B.

[975] 625. B.

[976] Professio Christi – (1055.)

[977] 667. A.

[978] 562. A.

[979] 653. B.

[980] 654. A.

[981] 654. B.

[982] 655. A. B.

[983] 655. B.

[984] 656. A.

[985] 656. B.

[986] 656 B.

[987] 666. B.

[988] 667. A.

[989] 668. A.

[990] 151. B.

[991] 152 A.

[992] 154. A.

[993] {2}66. A.

[994] Fox 2 vol 1964

[995] Fox. 1701

[996] Aug to: 9. 126. B.

[997] Aug to: 9. 189. C.

[998] co. 2o.

[999] Fox 1682.

[1000] Fox 1670.

[1001] pa: 2a.

[1002] Fox 1172.

[1003] Amb. Offic. l. 1o c. 37.

[1004] c. 38.

[1005] c. 41.

[1006] c. 42.

[1007] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 21.

[1008] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 25.

[1009] Aug: de Doct Christ l. 2i. c. 16o.

[1010] Amb. de Pæn. l. 1o. c. 4o.

[1011] Chrys. de Pæn Hom: 4a

[1012] Chrys. de prefectu Euangelij

[1013] Eccles. Hist. Tr 165. A.

[1014] Cornelius Nepos in vita ejus.

[1015] Aug: de Doct Christ l. 2i. c. 35.

[1016] {Harsnet in Dar } ep ad Lect

[1017] Aug: ad Crescentium. c. 4to.

[1018] Artes Ethic. 4to c. 7o.

[1019] Chrys. in Matt: hom: 19.

[1020] Bern: in Annunc. se: 1o.

[1021] Abbot {con}tra Bish. 292.

[1022] Hieron. in Esa. l. 17. c. 64.

[1023] Abbot {con}tra Bish. 292.

[1024] Aug in ps. 88.

[1025] Abbot {con}tra Bish. 292.

[1026] Ambros. de Sacram. l. 5. c. 4.

[1027] Abbot {con}tra Bish. 292.

[1028] Ambros. in ps. 118. ser: 15.

[1029] Abbot {con}tra Bish. 292.

[1030] Aug: in ps. 109.

[1031] Chrysost. in Colos. ho: 2a.

[1032] Aug de Grat et Lib. Arbit. c. 9.

[1033] Prosper apud Ambros. ep. 84.

[1034] Harsnet in Dar. Ep ad Lect.

[1035] ibidem

[1036] A miracle trier.

[1037] Beda hom: in Ioh. 6.

[1038] Bed. hom: in Ioh: 11.

[1039] Aug. de verbis dominj Ioh: 44.

[1040] Io: 10.36.

[1041] inspice –

[1043] Fætor – opinio mala –

[1044] Consuetudo

[1045] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi. ser: 14. (ad Sororem)

[1046] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 1i. c. 6o.

[1047] Deus puniet immisericordes.

[1048] Chrysost – Iniuriæ remittendæ nostræ, non dei.

[1049] Strigelius in Iustinam 345.

[1050] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 574. B.

[1051] 575. B.

[1052] Aug de Civ. Dei li. 11. c. 11o. Mors æquat Vitam longam et brevem. Mors omnis bona.

[1053] Mors celerior esse debet gratior.

[1054] Vita facit mortem bonam aut malam.

[1055] Bern Med. c. 2.

[1056] Mors ex improviso rapit.

[1057] c. 3o.

[1058] Aug {tr}: 9. 189. B.

[1059] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 43.

[1060] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 29.

[1061] Amb. de Pæn. l. 1o. c. 13o.

[1062] Aug: de Doct Christ l. 2. c. 7

[1063] Bern Med. c. 3o.

[1064] c. 14.

[1065] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 43.

[1066] Bern Med. c. 11.

[1067] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 58.

[1068] Bern de Interiori Domo c. 30o.

[1069] Val. Maximus.

[1070] Arb: Off. l. 1o. c. 4A.

[1071] c 5o quod ult.

[1072] Aug de Doct Christ l. 37. c. 12o.

[1073] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c. 24o.

[1074] c. 26o.

[1075] c. 31o.

[1076] Ioh. 4.

[1077] Paterculas de Catone

[1078] Aug in Ps. 31.

[1079] Abbot against Bish pa: 325.

[1080] Ambros. Offic. l. 1. l. 31.

[1081] l. 2o. c. 2o.

[1082] Fides necessaria

[1083] Bern: in Cantic. Serm: 7.

[1084] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 51.

[1085] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 9.

[1086] Bern: Mod: bene vivendum serm: 52.

[1087] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 9.

[1088] Aug: de Doct. Christ. l. 2i. prologo.

[1089] Holcot in Sap. 1.2.

[1090] Bern: Med. c6

[1091] ibidem.

[1092] ob:

[1093] sol:

[1094] Hericut hom: in Matt: 6.32.

[1095] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c. 20.

[1096] Eccles. Hist: tr: 576. A.

[1097] 586. B.

[1098] Fox: {2}. vol: 891.

[1099] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 43.

[1100] Amb. de Pæn l. 1o. c. 6o.

[1101] Bed hom: in Ioh. 2.

[1102] −2 +3

[1103] Tho; Danett. Epit. of that Low countries out of the hist. of Lodovico Guicchardini. fol. 68.

[1104] Addition to Ortelius fol: 11.

[1105] Aul. Gel. 12. l. 1. c.

[1106] Parents to be obeyed.

[1107] Aug. de Doct Christ P. 1o. c. 30o Causa patientiæ.

[1108] Amb. Off. l. 1o. c. 36.

[1109] ibidem.

[1110] Ambros. Non omnis paupertas bona vid 193.

[1111] Fox. Vol. 2. 1917.

[1112] Chrysost.

[1113] Ecclesiasticus. 5.4.

[1114] Samma Aug: de Doct Chris{t} l. 3ij. c. 19

[1115] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 1i. c. 8o.

[1116] Mr Whetcomb. Peccatum causa panæ. 1. Lam. 5.

[1117] Idem.

[1118] Job.

[1119] Paull.

[1120] The borne blind

[1121] Bern: de Adv. dominj ser. 1o.

[1122] Bern: Med: c. 13.

[1123] Peccatis pænæ respondent.

[1124] Bern: Med. c. 2.

[1125] Originale pec.

[1126] Bern: Med. c. 2.

[1127] Abscondita. c. 14.

[1128] Eccles. Hist Tr: 587. A.

[1129] Aug. De verbis dominj fidum Ioh: 4.4.

[1130] Fox 1709.

[1131] Prov. 5.21

[1132] Pænitentia Christiani asylum.

[1133] Ahab.

[1134] Ecclesiasticus. 1819. | 20.

[1135] Bern Med. c. 4o.

[1136] c. 6o.

[1137] c. 12o.

[1138] Bern: de vi Domo interiori c. 24.

[1139] c. 33.

[1140] Non sentire peccata miserrimum.

[1141] Mr Bunnie concione apud {Oxon} Ex Ludolpho.

[1142] Bern:

[1143] Greg.

[1144] Aug

[1145] Ludolphus Carthasiensis.

[1146] Ambros.

[1147] Aug.

[1148] Aug.

[1149] Aug.

[1150] Aug.

[1151] Chrysost.

[1152] Ludolphus –

[1153] Ludolphus –

[1154] Ludolphus –

[1155] Ludolphus –

[1156] Ludolphus –

[1157] Chrysost.

[1158] Semper dolendum.

[1159] Aug.

[1160] Aug.

[1161] Ludolphus –

[1162] Ludolphus –

[1163] Ludolphus –

[1164] Greg.

[1165] Chrysost.

[1166] Amb. l. 2o de Pæn. c. 2o.

[1167] Pænitentia c. 2o. in omnibus velet.

[1168] Pænitentia pro criminibus alia et alia.

[1169] Christus et Novatianus

[1170] Misericordia Dei exuperat {seler}

[1171] c. 3o.

[1172] c. 4o

[1173] Es. 3o

[1174] c. 5o

[1175] Prov. 1:30.

[1176] Lubertes libello contra Conradum pag. 64.

[1177] Ecclesiastes. 5 4. etc

[1178] L. Vives in c. 12. l. 1i Aug de Civ. Dei.

[1179] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 2i. c 12o.

[1180] Impietas erga deos.

[1181] c. 14. Plato expulsor poetarum.

[1182] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c. 25.

[1183] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 575/ B.

[1184] Du Bartas Lapo 89

[1185] Pio dictum Prov. 3.25 etc

[1186] to the godlie a worthie portion.

[1187] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 15.

[1188] vide pa: 1090.

[1189] Aug: de Doct Christ. l. 1i. plogo.

[1190] Cur Homo prædicator.

[1191] R

[1192] 1a.

[1193] 2a.

[1194] 3a.

[1195] Aug: de Doct Christ. li: 1i. c. 1o.

[1196] Quod ille de suo opere nos de ministerio nostro.

[1197] Matt: 13.

[1198] {Matt:} 14.

[1199] {Matt:} 15.

[1200] l. 4i. c. 10o.

[1201] l. 4i. c. 11.

[1202] Simile

[1203] Docentium officium.

[1204] l. 4i. c. 12o.

[1205] l. 4i. c. 13.

[1206] l. 4i. c. 14.

[1207] Væ docentibus iniquia et plaudentibus illis –

[1208] l. 4i. c. 16o.

[1209] Discant doctores 1. Cor: 3.

[1210] Simile.

[1211] l: 4i. c. 27o.

[1212] Vita docentis bona sit.

[1213] l. 4i. c. 28o.

[1214] Vera dicenda.

[1215] c. 29o. Bene vivendo prædicetur indocto.

[1216] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 29.

[1217] Aug de Doct Christ l.4i. c. 29o. Licet prædicare ab alijs conscripta.

[1218] Vita sit bona.

[1219] c. 30o. Orandus deus a prædicature.

[1220] c. 31o. et vlt

[1221] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 1i. c. 9o.

[1222] Affliguntur boni cum malis quia non corripiant malos.

[1223] Correptio differatur in tempus magis opportunum.

[1224] Omnium conversio speranda.

[1225] Quisque debet corripere proximum suum.

[1226] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 2i. c. 1o.

[1227] Simile faciendum prædicanti ignaris.

[1228] Linea post lineam etc.

[1229] c. 19. Obendientiæ fructus.

[1230] Tolerantia inobedientiæ et ejus fructus.

[1231] Greg. Mag. Hom: in Luc. 2. Solicitis de grege deus subvenit.

[1232] Bed. in Luc. 2. Hom:

[1233] Beda in Dominicam 4ā Adventus dominus Greg. in Ioh. {illeg}

[1234] ibidem prædicatores præparant viam dominj.

[1235] ibidem

[1236] Increpandum alios.

[1237] Mortiticandum nos.

[1238] Aug: de Doct Christ li. 1i. c. 15o.

[1239] Eccles. Hist. 473. A.

[1240] Iunius, de se in vita sua.

[1241] Pudoris effectus.

[1242] Pudoris fructus.

[1243] Amb. Offic. l. 1. c. 18.

[1244] 1. Pet 3.4.

[1245] c. 19.

[1246] pag. 1.

[1247] Similitudo.

[1248] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c. 13.

[1249] Aug de Doct Christ l. 4i. c. 28o.

[1250] Bern: in Cantic. ser: 21.

[1251] Rob. Holcot in Sap. 1.1.

[1252] Prov. 2.4.

[1253] Aug: de Doct Christ lib 1i c. 19o.

[1254] c 20o

[1255] Aug de Civ. Dei. l. 1i. c. 9o. Peccat vnusquisque

[1256] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi ser: 9.

[1257] Bern: in Cantic. sserm: 20.

[1258] Amor Christi erga nos eximius.

[1259] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 31.

[1260] Aug: de Doct Christ. l. 1i. c. 14o.

[1261] Simile.

[1262] Aug de Div Dei l. 2i. c 21o.

[1263] Aug de Doct Christ l. 3is. c. 35o.

[1264] Quomodo Christus 3es dies in corde terræ

[1265] Mr Burbage –. Gods iustice requires a resur. that the Goddie may with the soule haub a due reward –.

[1266] Spes resur. pes resur. nostræ. Aug: 1.

[1267] Mr Jux.

[1268] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c 29 quod vlt.

[1269] Abbot against Bishop. pag. 289.

[1270] Aug. in Ps. 37.

[1271] David prayed for that which the Lord had promised. 2 Sam: 7.25. Soe 2 Sam: 12.13. yet Ps. 51.1.

[1272] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c 9o.

[1273] Rob. Holcot in 1. Sap. vū. 1ū.

[1274] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 5624. B.

[1275] Ovid. Met. 242. 431.

[1276] Ovid. Met. 244. 500.

[1277] Mr Richard Sonsu of Q. C.

[1278] Aug. Confessions.

[1279] Gen: 39.9. last {illeg}

[1280] Paull.

[1281] Paull

[1282] without holinesse noe man shall see god but not for holinesse for him.

[1283] Iunius Ecclesiastici l. 1o. c. 2o.

[1284] Deis

[1285] Aug: l. 6o. contra Iulian. Pelag. cap. 5o.

[1286] Dio.

[1287] c. 3o.

[1288] Lib. 11. in Euang. Ioh: c. 27

[1289] Ludolphus Carthusiensis

[1290] Amb. de Pæn. l. 1o. c. 15o.

[1291] Aug. de Doct Christ. li. 2i. c. 6o

[1292] Difficultatis vtilitas.

[1293] c. 7o Not.

[1294] c. 8o Canonicæ scripturæ.

[1295] Necessaria perspicua. c. 9o.

[1296] Explicatio. ibidem.

[1297] c. 15

[1298] c. 42 quod vlt.

[1299] 3 Reg. 10.

[1300] l. 37. c. 27o. Explicatio.

[1301] Ratio.

[1302] l. 37. c. 28. Scriptura scripturæ sit interpret.

[1303] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c 28.

[1304] Amb. de pæn. l. 1o. c. 4o.

[1305] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c. 32.

[1306] Bern de Interiori Domo. c. 30.

[1307] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 1i. c. 12o.

[1308] Sepulturæ carentia non invtilis.

[1309] Exempla.

[1310] c. 13o.

[1311] Sepultura amicorum pia.

[1312] Exempla.

[1313] Sepulturæ carentia non invtilis. Simile.

[1314] Spulturæ cura apud Romanos.

[1315] Ier. 22.18.

[1316] Amb: de Abrah. Patri: l. 1o. c. 9.

[1317] Orig hom: in Matt: 8.

[1318] Fox. 1701.

[1319] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 58

[1320] ibidem serm: 60. Inter malos bonus optimus. tutor bonos malus pessimus.

[1321] Societas bonorum.

[1322] Societas malorum.

[1323] Amb. Off. l. 1o. c. 43.

[1325] Ecclesiasticus. 6.35.

[1326] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 9.

[1327] ididem serm: 18.

[1328] Potentium prædicare silentium damnabile.

[1329] Infundi prius oportet quàm effundi.

[1330] Simile.

[1331] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 2.

[1332] serm: 27.

[1333] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 11.

[1334] Quomodo evitetur.

[1335] vide 208. 1.

[1336] Bern: de Adven: dominj ser. 3o.

[1337] Bern: de Advent. dominj ser: 1o.

[1338] Lucifer.

[1339] ibidem. Superbiæ remedium.

[1340] Bern: Med. c. 11o.

[1341] Bern de Interiori Domo. c. 41.

[1342] Amb Offic. l. 1o. c. 18.

[1343] Superbia in gestu.

[1344] vid: 1003. 2

[1345] Glossa su Matt: 4.7.

[1346] Ro: Holcot in Sap 1.2.

[1347] Holcot ibidem.

[1348] Tentatores dei.

[1349] Chrysost.

[1350] Ber: Mod: bene vivendi. ser: 12.

[1351] Aug:

[1352] The feare of the Lord.

[1353] Prov. 6.19.

[1354] Aug de Doct Christ l. 3ij. c 5.

[1355] 2. Cor: 3.6.

[1356] c. 9. vide pag. 603.1.

[1357] c. 16. Corporaliter {v} solide in ps. 67.

[1358] Fox vol. 2. 2239.

[1359] Sibrandus Lubertus contra D. Conradum Vorstium Declar. pa: 14.

[1360] Ursin: Case: de deo q. 6

[1361] Rek der: Syst. The l. 1.

[1362] Idem.

[1363] Damascen: dial. r. 4o. Deitas quiddam hypermetaphysicum. {3}

[1364] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi. ser: 42. (ad Sororem)

[1365] Bern: in Cantic. Serm: 21

[1366] Ibidem. Correptio et Consolatio.

[1367] Gaudium et Timor.

[1368] Aug de Doct Christ l. 3ij. c. 20o.

[1369] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 1i. c. 8o.

[1370] Fructus varius.

[1371] Quare boni affliguntur.

[1372] (eodem) c. 9o

[1373] c. 13o virescit vulnere virtus.

[1374] Exilij solatium c. 14.

[1375] vid. 38. 6.

[1376] c. 29o.

[1377] Dr {Relbis}. The righteous afflicted.

[1378] In vita Iosephi.

[1379] The righteous whie they faint not.

[1380] The wicked prosper – {whie}.

[1381] Dr Reiues. The Christians letters patents

[1382] Deus afflictionum author.

[1383] Bern: Med. c. 6o.

[1384] Mr Iones of Christch:

[1385] Origen hom: in Matt: 8. (23)

[1386] ibidem.

[1387] Ambr. Offic l. 1i. c. 15.

[1388] 2 Tit. 4.

[1389] Matt: 5.

[1390] c. 16. Quare impij non affliguntur.

[1391] 1. Cor: 13.

[1392] Quare impij abundant mundanis.

[1393] Ludolphus Carthusiensis – De resuscitatione æ Lazari – quod est 2 partie De vita Christi cap: 17o.

[1394] Quare pij affliguntur.

[1395] Marulus l. 4. c. 8. Afflictionis vtilitas.

[1396] Eccles. Hist. Tr. 563. B.

[1397] 166. B.

[1398] Prov. 3.11.

[1399] Prov. 6.23.

[1400] Bern de Interiori Domo. c. 30o.

[1401] Be not hastie to enter into {sireh}ship.

[1402] vid. 809. tr. Amb de Pæn l. 1o. c. 13o.

[1403] Bern: Mod: bene vivende. Ser: 25. (ad Sororem)

[1404] Venenum corpus inficit vinum animam interficit. Aug. opinor. Homicida illum inficiens animjcida hoc sic interficiens Mr Bancroft.

[1405] Bern: de Interiori Domo. c. 13o.

[1406] Beza maior: Annot. in Heb. 11.13.

[1407] vita hæc hospitium et diversorium.

[1408] Ecclus. 18.8. Ps. 90.10.

[1409] Bern: Med. c. 2.

[1410] c. 16.

[1411] Fox 1. vol. pag: 886.

[1412] Seneca.

[1413] Amb. Off. l. 1. c. 47.

[1414] Aug de Doct Christ l. 3ij. c. 12o.

[1415] Bern de Interiori Domo. c. 30o.

[1416] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c. 2o. Voluptas igne funestior elementari.

[1417] Cic. Tu{le} 5. vus {tir}

[1418] c 20o. Sardanapali epitaphium.

[1419] Aug: de Doct Christ l. 1i. c. 36

[1420] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 20.

[1421] vid. 95.5

[1422] Aug: de Civ Dei l 2i. c. 29 quod vlt.

[1423] Bern: Med. c. 14o.

[1424] c. 15o.

[1425] Tho: Dannett: Epito. of the Low cowntries ouf of the historie of Lodovico Guicchardini fol: 59.

[1426] Ludolphus Carthusiensis. Diabolo resistendum in principijs.

[1427] Bern: in Cantic. serm: 32.

[1428] Bern: Mod: bene vivendi serm: 6.

[1429] Aug de Civ. Dei l. 1i. c. 31o.

[1430] c. 32o. Ludorum in commodum

[1431] Aug de Civ Dei l. 2i. c. 6o.

[1432] c. 10. Cic. de rep.

[1433] c. 13o.

[1434] Greg. hom: in Ioh: 1. 24

[1435] Mr Loftice Operarij

[1436] 1

[1437] 2

[1438] 3

[1439] Vse

[1440] 1o.

[1441] 2.

[1442] Usus

[1443] 1.

[1444] 2.

[1445] Ambros. Offic. 1o l. 1o. c.

[1446] c. 7o.

[1447] Ortelius of the Territorie of Verona. fol. 74. How a pacher may be repaired etc.

[1448] MrPricet Ju: Two riuers in Sicilie, the one if a uoman be barren will make her fruitfull; the other if fruitefull barren: the scriptures haue the operation of the one, wordlie delights of the other.

[1449] Amb. Offic. l. 1o. c. 18.

[1450] c. 20.

[1451] Eccles. Hist. Trip. 473. B.

[1452] Eccles. Hist. Tr: 564. A.

[1453] Mr Otes

[1454] Sex conditiones pastoris – Bast: to: 2.643.

[1455] Fox.(2 vol.) 1922.

[1456] Amb. de Paen. l. 1o. c. 10o.

[1457] l. 2o. c 8o

[1458] Hieron: to: 1o. 5. H. I. vita respondent Domin{i}

[1459] Hieron: to: 1o. 6. R.

[1460] Ep: Dedic. aute Ambrosij opera 1a. pa: 1a.

[1461] Hor: l.3. {Od}. 3.