« AnteriorContinuar »
Sect. II. Convictions from the
Sect. V. It may be Jbewn with Certainty sufficient,
Sect. XI. The Sun's Annual Motion, Declension, and
Sect. XII. The great Use of the aforementioned Mo-
Sun: And ConviBions from thence.
Sect. XXI. What would, be the Consequence, if the
Sect. XXII. ConviEiions from thence.
Sect. XXIII. Light moves in strait Lines.
Sect. X^IV. Experiments to prove that Fire is pro-
Sect. XXV. ConviBions from thence.
Sect. XXVI. Of the Quantity of Light.. • ■
Sect. XXVII. ConviBions from thence. .
Sect. XLI. The Division of the Rays of Light in
v>ect. LVIII. Wliether the Stars differ in Magnitude.
Sect. LXVII. ConviBions from aU the foregoing Ob-
Sect. LXXIV. Convictions from the foregoing Obser-