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2 See V o l. V I, pp. 381 and 387. D e Graaf’s treatise was D e virorum organis generationi inservientibus (Leiden, 1668). 3 Vol. V I (Letter 1244), p. 123. 4 P h il. , no. 52 (17 October 1669) contains in the plate Edmund K in g ’s figure o f the structure o f the human testis ; K in g was by now fully convinced that “ all Glands (so called) are nothing else but Vessels (and their Liquors) variously w ro u g h t. . ” 5 We have no other record o f this traveler. 6 See V ol. V I, Letter 1413; and for Foss, see V ol.
About the tim e o f the Solstice, I was search stone is inherent in the Stone it self, or to be ascribed to Æ thereal Corpuscles, is not in g after the present D eclin ation o f the M agn et, w h ich 28 years ag o (vid. A . 1642) im aginable b y m e; nor can I yet devise any cause o f those Appearances, except w e I had likew ise observed here [at D an zig] w ith great care ; as about the same time at im pute them to the G lo b e o f the Earth, and the V ariation o f the M eridian. B u t this K o n ig sb e rg M onsieur Linnem annus the then Professor o f the M athem aticks subtile Q uestion I leave to deeper W its to discusse.
2 In P h il. , no. 5 (3 July 1665), 87-91, is an account o f Christophle Isnard’s Mémoires et Instructions pour le p lan t des meuriers blancs, nourriture des vers a soye et P a rt de filer, mouliner et aprester les soyons dans P aris (Paris, 1665). 3 The hortatory letters o f James I and Charles II are mentioned at the end o f Olden burg’s account just noted; James I had first commanded the planting o f mulberry trees in 1607 as a measure o f encouragement to the silk industry. ” We have not traced these exact words, but in a letter to William Gonell (28 April 1514) Erasmus wrote: “ Tanta est apud Britannos laboris fuga, tantus amor ocii, ut ne tum quid exciten tur, cum spes dolosi affulserit nummi” (“ So readily do the British avoid labor, so great is their love o f ease, that they are not stimulated even by the glitter o f deceitful coin” , from P.