Chymicvs rationalis: or, The fundamental grounds of the chymical art rationally stated and demonstrated, by various examples in distillation, rectification, and exaltation of vinor spirits, tinctures, oyls, salts, powers, and oleosums ... In all which the chymical doctrines are illustrated upon a new hypothesis or spagirick course, composed agreeable to practical philosophy, and the best authority of art, for mysteries treated of by Cartes, Starkey, Sulvius, Glauber, Helmont, Paracelsus, and others ... In which is contained, a philosophical description of the astrum lunare microcosmicum, or phospheros ...
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