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#1 (of 20)

(Cycl.) — “[C]are has been taken to connect the Supplement with the Cyclopaedia, so as to make the whole in a manner but one work; it being always referred to for those articles which, having been treated of there, are here re-considered, and enlarged, or corrected; every such article having the syllable Cycl. annexed to it, as a direction to consult the Cyclopaedia first on that head.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 1, “To the Reader”) ::

#2 (of 20)

Horstius — “De Sanitat. Studiosor. lib. 2. c. 1.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note a::

#3 (of 20)

Ficinus — “De Vita, lib. 1. c. 25.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note b::

#4 (of 20)

Johnston — “Johnston, Idea Medicin. Practic. lib. 8. c. 4. Vid. Pasch. de Nov. Invent. p. 134.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note c::

#5 (of 20)

an old observation — “Quinctil. Inst. Orat. p. 992.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note d::

#6 (of 20)

Simonides is said to be the first — “Quinct. lib. cit. p. 985.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note e) The citation is to Quintilian’s Institutio oratoria [The Education of the Orator], in 12 books. Quintilian here referred to Simonides of Ceos, c.556–468 BCE. ::

#7 (of 20)

Cicero — “Ad Herenn. lib. 3.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note f::

#8 (of 20)

Quinctilian — “Lib. cit.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note g) The citation is to Quintilian’s Institutio oratoria [The Education of the Orator], in 12 books. ::

#9 (of 20)

published at Leipzig — “Variorum de Arte Memoriae Tractatus, Lips. 1678. 8°.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note h::

#10 (of 20)

Bruxius’s Simonides Redivivus — “Polyhistor. lib. 1. p. 374, 375.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note i::

#11 (of 20)

Morhof — “Adami Bruxii, Simonides Redivivus, seu Ars Memoriae & Oblivionis. Lips. 1640. in 4°.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note k::

#12 (of 20)

Paschius — “Lib. cit. p. 133-140.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note l) The “Lib. cit.” to which the editors here refer is De novis inventis, quorum accuratiori cultui facem praetulit antiquitas (Leipzig, 1700), by Georg Pasch (1661–1707). ::

#13 (of 20)

Paschius — “Lib. cit. p. 140. Numerus per certas literas, verbo memoriali comprehensas, exprimitur.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note m) The “Lib. cit.” to which the editors here refer is De novis inventis, quorum accuratiori cultui facem praetulit antiquitas (Leipzig, 1700), by Georg Pasch (1661–1707). ::

#14 (of 20)

in England — “Vid. Memoria Technica, or a New Method of Artificial Memory, &c. Lond. 1730. 8°. also Lowe’s Mnemonics.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note n::

#15 (of 20)

express — “Mem. Tech. Introd. p. xv, xvi.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note a::

#16 (of 20)

his method — “Lib. cit. p. xvii.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note b::

#17 (of 20)

he thinks — “Nonne impediri eorum, quae dicit, decursum necesse est duplici memoriae cura? Nam quomodo poterunt copulata fluere, si propter singula verba ad singulas formas respiciendum erit. Quinct. Inst. Orat. Lib. xi. c. 2. p. 989.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note a::

#18 (of 20)

increased by degrees — “Quinct. loc. cit. p. 993. seq.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note b) The citation is to Quintilian’s Institutio oratoria [The Education of the Orator], in 12 books. ::

#19 (of 20)

sufficient evidence — “Wolf. Psycol. Empir. §. 200. not. p. 140.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note a::

#20 (of 20)

if not too long delayed — “Vid. Tabul. Mnem. Construct. & usus ap. Wolf. Horae subseciv. Marburg. An. 1730. Trim. AEstiv. p. 468. seq.” (A Supplement to Mr. Chambers’s Cyclopaedia, 1753, vol. 2, s.v. Memory, note b::