Image from page 437 of “Peripateticus nostri temporis, seu, Philosophus discursivus : in biennali cursu, per discursus symbolico-physicos, ad discursum, juxta sanctorum philosophorum exempla, piè curiosum instructus ..” (1724)

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Image from page 437 of “Peripateticus nostri temporis, seu, Philosophus discursivus : in biennali cursu, per discursus symbolico-physicos, ad discursum, juxta sanctorum philosophorum exempla, piè curiosum instructus ..” (1724)
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Title: Peripateticus nostri temporis, seu, Philosophus discursivus : in biennali cursu, per discursus symbolico-physicos, ad discursum, juxta sanctorum philosophorum exempla, piè curiosum instructus ..
Year: 1724 (1720s)
Authors: Schwarz, Ignaz, 1690-1763 Rogg, Gottfrid, 1669-1742 Gutwein, Johann Melchior, fl. 1727-1733
Subjects: Philosophy Emblems Emblem books, Latin Emblem books
Publisher: Friburgi Brisgojae [Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany] : Typis Francisci Xaverij Schaal, typogr. &c.
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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a,novumque Sophis ape-rit labyrinthum) MELANDEK. Ita eft;labyrinthum aperitMagia Phyfica,quem in-grcfli jam plurcs,egrelli funt pauci,quia exi-tum ab ingreffu mox perdidere. . Nec im-merito labyrinthum dixcro hanc Philofo-phix partcm curiofiflimam: qiiot enim in Cretico fallaces gy-ros, ancipites anfra<5lus , viariimque imphcitas ambages quon-dam obitupuit fabailofa Antiquitas: tot inMagia Phyfica recon-ditos meatus , diificiles flexus, & errores prorfus inextricabilesadmiratur Philofophia. In illo a Minoe conclufus eft Minotau-rus: in hac Chym^rae ftabulantur, & Hircocervi, Minotaurisomnibus magis mirabilcs. In illo, quo magis ad interiora ho-Ipites deduxit curiofa aviditas, eo magis feduxit: in hac , quoprofundiiis tentas anfradus, eo tentaris periculofius, dum in caj£neld.6 fenfim prolaberis avia, in quibus, hifi Dadalus ipfe dolos te^iham-bagesqne refohat, caca regens filoveftigia, de exitu penitus defperan-_ dum. En I Magias Phyfic«fymbolum jn labyrinthoj cuipro lem-

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Title: Around the world with Philip Phillips, "the singing pilgrim." A pictorial tour of the globe illustrated by pen and pencil ..
Year: 1887 (1880s)
Authors: Phillips, Philip, 1834-1895 Vincent, John Heyl, 1832-1920
Subjects: Voyages around the world
Publisher: New York, The Phillips Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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the precijjice walled villages have all been too often described to warrant our enteringupon any thing of a minute description of our journey, more replete with novel sights andexijeriences than our wildest imagination had pictured as in the range of possibility. Ours was an odd-looking procession. My little son Phillie occupying my saddle in co-partnership, James clinging to the waist of our good friend Dr. Vernon (who, being over sixfeet in height, in order to keep his feet from the ground, was forced to keep his legs bentakimbo), while Dr. Robinson and my dear wife presented quite as laughable an appearance asthey guided their ungainly steeds, not without fear of possible accidents and mishaps along thenarrow roadways, bordering on deep chasms or fenced in with beetling and abrupt cliffs. At Martigny we visited the ruins of the Castle of La Bathia on the summit of a precip-itous rock, the ])riory of St. Bernard, and other points of interest; and at our evening meal 12b snirZEKLAXD.

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SWITZER S CRAGS AND PEAKS. GEXEVA, FREIBURG, A.D BERXE. 127 partook of the celebrated Martigny honey, which is considered the best in Switzerland. Thencewe journeyed on to (Jeneva, one of the oldest fortified cities of Europe, beautifully situatedon Lake Geneva, through which flows the River Rhone, and which has played a very im-portant and stirring part in the history of the mother hemisphere. Here we visited manyancient churches and military buildings, imiversities, etc., and enjoyed the great beauty ofthe fine promenades, from which we could command extensive views of the Jura, the Vouache,Mont Sion, the .lps of Savoy, the Grand and Petit Saleve the Voirons, and the hills ofColigny and Boissy, overhanging the lake which is situated between the Alps and the Jura,and which is a trifle over eighteen leagues in length and about three leagues and a quarter inbreadth. From Geneva we journeyed on to Nebenjob Freiburg, mostly built on the sunniiit of a topplingprecipice, the principal depository

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