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 : Together with Some Particulars Regarding the Lives and Teachings of the Most Noted Alchemists
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