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Disposed under General HEADS.
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By Mr John EAMES, F. R. S.
in the University of CAMBRIDGE.
VOL. VII. Containing
CLON D ON:
T. Cox, W. HINCHLIFFE, W. BICKERTON, T. Astley,
HE Hunter in a clear Sun-Tiny day, takes a Plate, A Method or Trencher, with a little Sugar, Honey, or Mo- lately found Josses, spread on it, and when got into the Woods, out in Newsets it down on a Rock or Stump: this the Bees discovering
England, for soon find out; for 'tis generally supposed a Bee here the will scent Honey or Wax above a Mile's distance. Bees hivern The Hunter secures in a Box or other Conveniency, oráer to get
tibe I'onds, in one or more of the Bees as they fill themselves, and after a little time yheir Honey. lets one of them go, observing very carefully the Course it steers ; By the Hen. for after it rises in the Air, it dies directly, or upon a streight Course, Paul Dudley to the Tree where the Hive is.
NO 376. p. In order to this, the Hunter carries with him his Pocket Compass, 148. his Rule, and other Implements, with a Sheet of Paper, and fets down the Course, suppose it be Weft; by this he is sure the Tree must be somewhere in a West Line from where he is, but wants to know the exact Distance from his Station ; in order to determine that, he makes an off-set either South or North (we'll suppose North) VOL. VII. Part iii.