I am trying to get familiar with a work by German philosopher Christian Wolff. The book is called Vernünftige Gedanken von Gott, der Welt und der Seele des Menschen, auch allen Dingen überhaupt. I have a PDF copy of the third edition, from 1733.
The work is divided into 426 sections. At the end of many sections, though, there is a line like this:
Ad §. 169.
At first I thought that these were references to other sections within this same work, but it doesn't seem like that can be right, since some of the references are to section numbers that fall beyond the 426 listed in the book. The "Ad." may be a Latin abbreviation, as there are some Latin words in the text (the majority is the old German script).
Below I have included two screenshots of what I'm talking about. Does anyone know what these references mean in general (and what they could mean for Wolff in particular)? Many thanks.