be mentioned as a different Invention, was also the product of the same Generous Inventors : though indeed more forward Foreigners have endeavoured to usurp the credit of both. This latter likewise hath succeeded to considerable good effects, in some new Tryals that have been made of it in Dantzick, as appears in a Letter written from Dr. Fabritius of that City, and printed in the Philosophical Transactions.
Another great Advantage of late Times,
from the Improvements of Mathe
maticks ; particularly of Arith
metick, Algebra, and Geometry,
discourst by Instances.
I Proceed now to my THIRD Instace of ARTS (if the Reverend Logician will give me leave to use the word in this large sense) which are Advantages for deep search into Nature, and have been considerably advanc'd by the Industry and culture of late Times, above their an