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CONTENTS OF VOL. I.
LIFE OF BACON.
PART 1.- FROM THE BIRTH OF BACON TO
THE DEATH OF QUEEN ELIZABETH,
letters for him. Impropriety of this. Essex
From the Death of his father till he engaged
in active Life.
from the publication of the Wisdom of the An-
cients to the publication of the Novum Or-
From his Fall to his Death.
Imprisonment of Bacon. Liberation. Re-
lease of fine. History of Henry VII. Great-
ness of states. Familiar illustrations. His
piety. Eton College. De Augmentis. His-
tory of Life and Death. Importance of
knowledge of the body. Consumption.
Vital spirit. All bodies have a spirit. Flight.
Death. Importance of science of animal
spirit. Bacon's works after his retirement.
Gondomar. D'Effiat. Sir Julius Cæsar.
Selden. Ben Jonson. Meautys. Bacon's
pardon. Death of James. Decline of Ba.
con's health. Apophthegms. Psalms. Con-
fession of faith. Prayers. Student's prayer.
Author's prayer. Chancellor's prayer. Pray-
ers in the Instauration-in the De Aug-
mentis—in the Novum Organum-in the
From the publication of the Novum Organum to
his retirement from active life.
ate experience. Division of Instauratio
Idols of the
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