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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
Bib ID 2715863
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Description London : printed by Thomas Harper, and are to be sold by John Collins, in Little Brittain, near the Church door, 1652 [i.e. 1651] 
[8], 72 ; 
Series

Thomason Tracts 100:E.654[5].

Notes

Signed on P. [5]: H. P.

Thomason copy bound with other items from 1651.

Annotation on Thomason copy: The "2" in the imprint date is crossed out and date altered to 1651; "Nouemb. 8th".

Reproduction of the original in the British Library.

Cited In

Wing (2nd ed.) A2900.

Thomason E.654[5].

Reproduction Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1977. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm (Thomason Tracts; 100:E.654[5]). 
Subjects Alchemy -- Early works to 1800.
Other authors/contributors Afonso, V, King of Portugal, 1432-1481  |  H. P. comp
Available From UMI 300 N Zeeb Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48103-1553 
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245 0 0 |aFive 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.|h[microform]|bOne 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.
260 |aLondon :|bprinted by Thomas Harper, and are to be sold by John Collins, in Little Brittain, near the Church door,|c1652 [i.e. 1651]
300 |a[8], 72 ;
500 |aSigned on P. [5]: H. P.
500 |aThomason copy bound with other items from 1651.
500 |aAnnotation on Thomason copy: The "2" in the imprint date is crossed out and date altered to 1651; "Nouemb. 8th".
500 |aReproduction of the original in the British Library.
510 4 |aWing (2nd ed.)|cA2900.
510 4 |aThomason|cE.654[5].
533 |aMicrofilm.|bAnn Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International,|d1977.|e1 microfilm reel; 35 mm|f(Thomason Tracts; 100:E.654[5]).
650 0 |aAlchemy|xEarly works to 1800.
700 0 |aAfonso,|cV,|cKing of Portugal,|d1432-1481.
700 0 |aH. P.|ecomp.
830 0 |aThomason Tracts|v100:E.654[5].
984 |aANL|cmfm 1384
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