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      Paracelsus of the
      Transmutation
      of Metals
      by
      Paracelsus

      The Hermetic and Alchemical
      Writings of Aureolus
      Philippus Theophrastus
      Bombast, of Hohenheim,
      Called Paracelsus the Great
      Edited With a Biographical Preface,
      Elucidatory Notes, a Copious Hermetic
      Vocabulary, and Index; Hermetic Chemistry
      by
      Paracelsus



      Vol. 1 of 2
      Remarks Upon Alchemy and
      the Alchemists, Indicating a
      Method of Discovering the True
      Nature of Hermetic Philosophy
      And Showing That the Search After the Philosopher's
      Stone Had Not for Its Object the Discovery
      of an Agent for the Transmutation of Metals
      by
      Ethan Allen Hitchcock


      Five Treatises of the
      Philosophers Stone
      Two of Alphonso, King of Portugall, as It Was Written
      With His Own Hand, and Taken Out of His Closset;
      Translated Out of the Portuguez Into English; One
      of John Sawtre, a Monke, Translated Into English
      by
      Henry Pinnell


      The Hermetical Triumph,
      or the Victorious
      Philosophical Stone
      A Treatise More Compleat and More Intelligible Than Any
      Extant, Concerning the Hermetical Magistery; Translated From
      the French; To Which Is Added, the Ancient War of the Knights
      by
      Alexandre-Toussaint Limojon de Saint-Didier


      The Wise-Mans
      Crown, or the Glory
      of the Rosie-Cross
      Shewing the Wonderful Power of Nature, With the Full
      Discovery of the True C?lum Terr?, or First Matter of
      Metals, and Their Preparations Into Incredible Medicines
      or Elixirs That Cure All Diseases in Young or Old
      by
      John Heydon


      Alchemy, Ancient
      and Modern
      Being a Brief Account of the Alchemistic Doctrines, and
      Their Relations, to Mysticism on the One Hand, and to
      Recent Discoveries in Physical Science on the Other Hand
      by
      H. Stanley Redgrove


      The Mirror
      of Alchimy
      by
      Roger Bacon

      Alchemy, Its
      Science and
      Romance
      by
      John Edward Mercer

      Lives of
      Alchemystical
      Philosophers
      Based on Materials
      Collected in 1815
      by
      Arthur Edward Waite

      The Turba
      Philosophorum or
      Assembly of the Sages
      Called Also the Book of Truth in the Art and the Third
      Pythagorical Synod; An Ancient Alchemical Treatise Translated
      From the Latin, the Chief Reading of the Shorter Codex, Parallels
      From the Greek Alchemists, and Explanations of Obscure Terms
      by
      Arthur Edward Waite


      The New Pearl
      of Great Price
      A Treatise Concerning the Treasure and Most Precious Stone
      of the Philosophers, or the Method and Procedure of This
      Divine Art; With Observations Drawn From the Works of
      Arnoldus, Raymondus, Rhasis, Albertus, and Michael Scotus
      by
      Arthur Edward Waite


      A New Light
      of Alchymy
      Taken Out of the Fountain of Nature
      and Manual Experience; To Which
      Is Added a Treatise of Sulphur
      by
      Micheel Sandivogius


      A Discourse of Fire and
      Salt, Discovering Many
      Secret Mysteries, as
      Well Philosophicall,
      as Theologicall
      by
      Blaise de Vigenère

      An Easie Introduction
      to the Philosophers
      Magical Gold
      To Which Is Added, Zorasters Cave; As Also
      John Póntanus Epistle Upon the Mineral Fire;
      Otherwise Called, the Philosophers Stone
      by
      George Thor


      The Lives of
      Alchemystical
      Philosophers
      With a Critical Catalogue of Books in Occult Chemistry,
      and a Selection of the Most Celebrated Treatises
      on the Theory and Practice of the Hermetic Art
      by
      Francis Barrett


      The Triumphal
      Chariot of
      Antimony
      by
      Basilius Valentinus

      Medicina Practica,
      or Practical Physick
      Containing the Way of Curing the
      More Eminent and Usual Diseases
      Happening to Humane Bodies
      by
      William Salmon



      Vol. 1
      Chemical
      Literature
      An Address Delivered Before the American
      Association for the Advancement of
      Science, at Montreal, August 23, 1882
      by
      H. Carrington Bolton


      Collectanea
      Chymica
      A Collection of Ten Several Treatises in Chemistry,
      Concerning the Liquor Alkahest, the Mercury of
      Philosophers, and Other Curiosities Worthy the Perusal
      by
      Eirenaeus Philalethes


      Aphorismi Urbigerani, or Certain
      Rules Clearly Demonstrating the
      Three Infallible Ways of Preparing
      the Grand Elixir, or Circulatum
      Majus of the Philosophers
      Discovering the Secret of Secrets,
      and Detecting the Errors of Vulgar
      Chymists in Their Operations
      by
      Baro Urbigerus


      The Works of the
      Highly Experienced
      and Famous Chymist,
      John Rudolph Glauber
      Containing, Great Variety of Choice Secrets in Medicine and
      Alchymy in the Working of Metallick Mines, and the Separation of
      Metals; Also, Various Cheap and Easie Ways of Making Salt-Petre,
      and Improving of Barren-Land, and the Fruits of the Earth
      by
      John Rudolph Glauber


      Treatise on
      the Great Art
      A System of Physics According to
      Hermetic Philosophy and Theory
      and Practice of the Magisterium
      by
      Antoine-Joseph Pernety


      A New Method of
      Chemistry; Including
      the History, Theory,
      and Practice of the Art
      Translated From the Original Latin of Dr. Boerhaave's
      Elementa Chemiae, as Published by Himself; To Which Are
      Added, Notes and an Appendix, Shewing the Necessity and
      Utility of Enlarging the Bounds of Chemistry, With Sculptures
      by
      Herman Boerhaave


      Joannes Baptista
      Van Helmont
      Alchemist, Physician and Philosopherby
      H. Stanley Redgrove


      Theophrastus Bombastus
      Von Hohenheim
      Called Paracelsus
      His Personality and
      Influence as Physician,
      Chemist and Reformer
      by
      John Maxson Stillman

      Basil Valentine, His
      Triumphant Chariot
      of Antimony
      With Annotationsby
      Basil Valentine


      A New Light
      of Alchymie
      Taken Out of the Fountaine of
      Nature, and Manuall Experience; To
      Which Is Added a Treatise of Sulphur
      by
      Micheel Sandivogius


      Fasciculus Chemicus,
      or Chymical
      Collections
      Expressing the Ingress, Progress, and Egress,
      of the Secret Hermetick Science, Out of
      the Choisest and Most Famous Authors
      by
      James Hasolle


      Four Books of Johannes Segerus
      Weidenfeld, Concerning the
      Secrets of Adepts, or of the
      Use of Lully's Spirit of Wine
      A Practical Work, With Very Great Study
      Collected Out of the Ancient as Well as Modern
      Fathers of Adept Philosophy, Reconciled Together
      by
      Johannes Segerus Weidenfeld


      The Philosophical Works
      of the Honourable
      Robert Boyle Esq.
      Abridged, Methodized, and Disposed Under the
      General Heads of Physics, Statics, Pneumatics,
      Natural History, Chymistry, and Medicine
      by
      Robert Boyle



      Vol. 1 of 3
      The Sceptical Chymist, or
      Chymico-Physical Doubts and Paradoxes,
      Touching the Experiments Whereby
      Vulgar Spagirists Are Wont to
      Endeavour to Evince Their Salt, Sulphur
      and Mercury, to Be the True Principles
      of Things
      To Which in This Edition Are Subjoyn'd Divers Experiments
      and Notes About Producibleness of Chymical Principles
      by
      Robert Boyle


      The Philosophical Works
      of the Honourable
      Robert Boyle Esq.
      Abridged, Methodized, and Disposed Under the
      General Heads of Physics, Statics, Pneumatics,
      Natural-History, Chymistry, and Medicine
      by
      Robert Boyle



      Vol. 2
      The Religious
      Philosopher, or the Right
      Use of Contemplating
      the Works of the Creator
      Designed for the Conviction of Atheists and Infidelsby
      Bernard Nieuwentyt



      Vol. 2
      Legends of
      Sepulchral and
      Perpetual Lamps
      by
      Henry Carrington Bolton

      The Philosophical Works
      of the Honourable
      Robert Boyle Esq.
      Abridged, Methodized, and Disposed Under the General Heads of
      Physics, Statics, Pneumatics, Natural History, Chymistry, and Medicine;
      The Whole Illustrated With Notes, Containing the Improvements
      Made in the Several Parts of Natural and Experimental Knowl
      by
      Peter Shaw



      Vol. 3
      The Philosophical
      Grammar
      Being a View of the Present State
      of Experimented Physiology, or
      Natural Philosophy; In Four Parts
      by
      Benjamin Martin


      The Philosophical Works
      of the Honourable
      Robert Boyle, Esq.
      Abridged, Methodized, and Disposed Under the
      General Heads of Physics, Statics, Pneumatics,
      Natural History, Chymistry, and Medicine
      by
      Peter Shaw



      Vol. 3
      The Philosophical Epitaph
      of W. C. Esquire, for a
      Memento Mori on the
      Philosophers (Tomb) Stone
      With Three Hierogliphical Scutcheons Displaying Minervas,
      and Hermes Birds, and Apollos Birds of Paradice in
      Philosophical Mottoes and Sentences, With Their Explication
      by
      William Cooper


      A Description of New
      Philosophical Furnaces, or
      a New Art of Distilling,
      Divided Into Five Parts
      Whereunto Is Added a Description of the Tincture
      of Gold, or the True Aurum Potabile; Also, the First
      Part of the Mineral Work; Set Forth and Published
      for the Sakes of Them That Are Studious of the Truth
      by
      Johann Rudolf Glauber


      An Essay on the
      Investigation of the First
      Principles of Nature
      Together With the Application Thereof to Solve the Phenomena
      of the Physical System; Containing a New Philosophical Theory
      Whereby First Principles, With Their Material Substances and
      Essences Are Traced and Exhibited; The Limits of Inertness Assigned
      by
      Felix O’gallagher



      Vol. 1
      The Religious Philosopher,
      or the Right Use of
      Contemplating the
      Works of the Creator
      I. In the Wonderful Structure of Animal Bodies, and in Particular,
      Man; II. In the No Less Wonderful and Wise Formation of the
      Elements, and Their Various Effects Upon Animal and Vegetable
      Bodies; And, III. In the Most Amazing Structure of the Heavens
      by
      Bernard Nieuwentyt



      Vol. 2
      The Surgions Mate, or a Treatise
      Discovering Faithfully and Plainely the
      Due Contents of the Surgions Chest, the
      Uses of the Instruments, the Vertues and
      Operations of the Medicines, the Cures of
      the Most Frequent Diseases at Sea
      Namely Wounds, Apostumes, Ulcers, Fistulaes, Fractures,
      Dislocations, With the True Maner of Amputation, the
      Cure of the Scuruie, the Fluxes of the Belly, of the Collica
      and Illiaca Passio, Tenasmus, and Exitus Ani, the Callenture
      by
      John Woodall


      The Last VVILL and
      Testament of Basil
      Valentine, Monke of
      the Order of St. Bennet
      Which, Being Alone, He Hid Under a Table of Marble,
      Behind the High-Altar of the Cathedral Church, in the
      Imperial City of Erford, Leaving It There to Be Found by
      Him, Whom Gods Providence Should Make Worthy of It
      by
      Basil Valentine


      Memoirs of the
      Literary and
      Philosophical
      Society of
      Manchester
      by
      Literary and Philosophical
      Society of Manchester


      Vol. 2
      The Philosophical Works
      of the Honourable
      Robert Boyle Esq.
      Abridged, Methodized, and Disposed Under the
      General Heads of Physics, Statics, Pneumatics,
      Natural-History, Chemistry, and Medicine
      by
      Robert Boyle



      Vol. 2
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