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Issue: 049, 01/10/28 p. 780, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Animated Nature. (Entomology), Para 3
Category: Entomology   Bees   
Topic: Bees in Dead Carcasses.--Sampson`s Lion, Etc. [Bees, in fact, abhor carrion, though they may inhabit a skeleton]
Source: Redi: Experimenta Generationis Insectorum   

Issue: 078, 22/04/29 p. 254, Section: Foreign Varieties
Heading: The Globe Upset, Para 1
Category: Cosmogony   The Earth   Astronomy   Natural History   Christian Religion   Classical Literature   
Topic: [A satirical account of Sandal`s theory that the earth twisted from its course at certain significant times in its history, for example at the (biblical) Flood. Before the Flood the Arctic was in the same place as the equator. This would account for the existence of mammoth bones in the far north]
Source: Sandal: Cosmogoniae Antiquitatis   

Issue: 101, 30/09/29 p. 614-615
Heading: Travels in Persia. (Fragments from an Unpublished Journal.) (Continued from p.567) [Second notice]
Category: Geography   Persia   Medicine   
Topic: [The river Arras, or Araxis of "the ancients". The dramatic appearance of Mount Ararat compared with British mountains. The division in Persian medicine of all diseases into those caused by "cold wind" or "hot wind"; this section of the article being called "Persian Quackery". The city of Nuckshivan. A description of a "Circassian cloak".

Issue: 117, 23/01/30 p. 46
Heading: Period of the first formation of the Egyptian Delta
Category: Geology   History Of Science   
Topic: [The successive beds of Nile mud show that 2000 years before Christ the Nile Delta must not have existed. This confirms an account of Herodotus]

Issue: 129, 17/04/30 p. 238
Heading: Diminished produce of Grain
Category: Agriculture   Christian Religion   Classical Literature   
Topic: [...] the decrease which has taken place in the produce of grain, as compared with ancient times

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