The marrow of alchemy : being an experimental treatise, discovering the secret and most hidden mystery of the philosophers elixer : divided into two parts, the first containing four books chiefly illustrating the theory, the other containing three books, elucidating the practique of the art : in which, the art is so plainly disclosed as never any before did for the benefit of young practitioners, and the convincing those who are in errours laby.inth [Part I]

  • 1654
London: Printed by A[braham]. M[iller]. for Edw. Brewster at the signe of the Crane in Pauls Church-yard
  • In verse.
  • Prefaces written by George Starkey, who has been erroneously confused with the author. Cf. DNB.

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Other title
Marrow of alchemy. Part 1
Writer of preface
Starkey, George, 1627-1665
Date
1654
Publisher
London: Printed by A[braham]. M[iller]. for Edw. Brewster at the signe of the Crane in Pauls Church-yard
Language
English
Description of Original
10 unnumbered pages, 70 pages ; 15 cm
Location of Original
University of Wisconsin—Madison. Libraries. Department of Special Collections : Vault Thordarson T 2461
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