Aphorismi urbigerani, or certain rules, clearly demonstrating the three infallible ways of preparing the grand elixir or circulatum majus of the philosophers, discovering the secret of secrets, and detecting the errors of vulgar chymists in their operations, contain'd in one hundred and one aphorisms, to which are added, the three ways of preparing the vegetable elixir or Circulatum minus. All deduc'd from never-erring experience

by Baro Urbigerus, a servant of God in the kingdom of nature. Experto crede

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Urbigerus, Baro.
Associated Name: Faithorne, Henry (Bookseller)
Format: Book
Published: London : Printed for Henry Faithorne, at the Rose in St. Paul's Chuch-yard, 1690.
Former Owner/Donor:
Physical Description:[10], 86 p. ; 17 cm (8vo)
Place of Publication:
England -- London.
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General note:"Circulatum minus Urbigeranum, or The philosophical elixir of vegetables" has a separate dated title page on p. [55]. Register is continuous.
D8 is blank.
Engraved allegorical frontispiece signed: W.F. (i.e. William Faithorne)
Citation / References note:ESTC, R35727
Wing (2nd ed., 1994), A3528
Immediate source of acquisition note:
Donation; Pilgrim Trust; 1943.
Ownership and custodial history note:
From the library of Isaac Newton.
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