The Occult Laboratory: Magic, Science, and Second Sight in Late Seventeenth-Century Scotland

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INDEX
Aaron 203
Abercheirder (megalith at) 120—1
Abercromby, David 37
Aberdeen 22, 118ff.
Third Spalding Club 43
Aberfoyle 12, 41, 95, 117
Aberlour (megalith at) 120
Abernethy 149
Abraham 203
Addison, Joseph 31
Agrippa, Cornelius 19, 97
Ahab 196, 201
Albemarle, George Monck, 1st Duke of 4
Albertus Magnus 214
Ammianus Marcellinus 127, 129
Analecta Scotica49
Andrew, St 108
angels: see spirits
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, 1st Earl of 37
Aquorthies (megalith at) 119, 124, 131
Archaeologia43
Argyle, Archibald Campbell, 1st Duke of 212
Argyle, Archibald Campbell, 8th Earl of 148
Argyle, Archibald Campbell, 9th Earl of 148, 154, 164, 214
Argyle family 211
Argyle, synod of 190
Aristotle 94, 169
Armada, Spanish 26, 193
Arnobius 133
arrow-heads: see elf-arrows
Arthur, King 63
astrologers 182
atheism, atheists 6, 7, 29, 77n, 96
Athol 99
Aubrey, John 20, 22—24, 30—1, 42—3, 47, 118—59
Miscellanies1, 23—4, 30—1, 42, 43, 151, 155—6, 157
Monumenta Britannica23, 42, 43
Remaines of Gentilisme20, 123n
Augustine, St 97
Aulularia138
Aurelius Ambrosius 86, 130
Avebury 22
Averroes 5, 199
Baal 130
Baker, Henry 31n
Balaam 87, 95
Balquhidder 12, 85, 89
bards 23, 42, 60—1, 64, 124, 125—8, 206, 207, 218, 213
Barlow, Francis 13
Barry Island 86
Basso, Sebastiano 13
Baxter, Richard 96, 97n
Beaton, John 25—6, 35, 48, 55n, 57—8n, 61n, 67—8n, 70n, 72n, 75—6, 206—8, 209—12
Beaton family 25, 211
Beaumont, John 10, 24, 34, 42
Bedell, William 36, 55
Berkeley, George, 1st Earl of 122
Bewly (river) 146
Bible 5
and magic 17, 19, 20, 107
and modern inventions 100
see also second sight
Bigla, Matilda 138
Bindley, James 30
Blaeu, Johann 123
Blair, Archibald 31n
Blair, William 189
Boece, Hector 23n, 62, 128, 130, 131, 157
Bogle, Loghart 41
Bologna 179, 183
Borthwick 73, 162, 164
Bostridge, Ian 3
Boswell, James 31n
Bourtree (megalith at) 119
Boyle, Robert 1, 2—11, 18, 20, 24, 25, 28, 31, 87, 90, 161
and alchemy 9
and 'Collection' 10—12, 35, 206—7
and Gaelic Bible 11, 12
and Glanvill 7—9
interest in supernatural phenomena 2ff., 51
interview with Tarbat 2, 9, 22, 34, 36, 51—3
letter from Tarbat: see Tarbat, letter to Boyle

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