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Afonso. & H. P.  (1652).  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 Portugez into English. One of John Sawtre a Monke, translated into English. Another written by Florianus Raudorff, a German philosopher, and translated out of the same language, into English. Also a treatise of the names of the philosophers stone, by William Gratacolle, translated into English. To which is added the Smaragdine Table. By the paines and care of H. P.  London :  printed by Thomas Harper, and are to be sold by John Collins, in Little Brittain, near the Church door

MLA Citation

Afonso. and H. P.  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 Portugez into English. [microform] One of John Sawtre a Monke, translated into English. Another written by Florianus Raudorff, a German philosopher, and translated out of the same language, into English. Also a treatise of the names of the philosophers stone, by William Gratacolle, translated into English. To which is added the Smaragdine Table. By the paines and care of H. P  printed by Thomas Harper, and are to be sold by John Collins, in Little Brittain, near the Church door London  1652

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Afonso. & H. P.  1652,  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 Portugez into English. [microform] One of John Sawtre a Monke, translated into English. Another written by Florianus Raudorff, a German philosopher, and translated out of the same language, into English. Also a treatise of the names of the philosophers stone, by William Gratacolle, translated into English. To which is added the Smaragdine Table. By the paines and care of H. P  printed by Thomas Harper, and are to be sold by John Collins, in Little Brittain, near the Church door London

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