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Sect. XVI. A little Air resists a greater Quantity.
great deal of Air.
Sect. XXI. Air that is most compresed, is most
Sect. XXVI. Experiments to shew that Living Crea-
tures will perish in a place from which the Air is ex-
necessary Consequence of Nature.
Elasticity, is only the result of the Will of GOD.
Sect. XXX. The Elastic Faculty of the Air is not
alone sufficient for the Preservation of Lije.
wise cause Fijh to live and subfift under Water.
Sect. XXXVI, and XXXVII. Several Experi-
ments of the Productions of Sounds by Air.
Sećt. XI, and XII. Several Experiments proving the
Sec. XXXIII. The Seventh Experiment ; the Dimi-
nution or Weakening of the Air will produce the
Sea. XXXVI. The Tenth Experiment; Wind pro-
duced by the Suspension or Cellation of Warmth.
Se&. XXXIX. Convictions from the Meteors in par-
Se&. II. Convictions from thence.
likewise die of Hunger.
the most part of nothing but Water.
fimple or compound Body.
Sect. XIV. Fire will also cleave to. Water, proved
Sect. XVI. Water and Fire produce a Composition
lighter than Air.
Sect. XX, and XXI. The Vapours in the Air adapt
themselves to these Hydrostatical Laws; shewn by le-
Sect. XXVI. Cold produces the fame Effect, shewn