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The Resource A breefe aunswere of Iosephus Quercetanus Armeniacus, Doctor of Phisick, to the exposition of Iacobus Aubertus Vindonis, concerning the original, and causes of mettalles : Set foorth against chimists. Another exquisite and plaine treatise of the same Iosephus, concerning the spagericall preparations, and vse of minerall, animall, and vegitable medicines. Whereunto is added diuers rare secretes, not heeretofore knowne of many. By Iohn Hester, practicioner in the spagericall arte, (electronic resource)

A breefe aunswere of Iosephus Quercetanus Armeniacus, Doctor of Phisick, to the exposition of Iacobus Aubertus Vindonis, concerning the original, and causes of mettalles : Set foorth against chimists. Another exquisite and plaine treatise of the same Iosephus, concerning the spagericall preparations, and vse of minerall, animall, and vegitable medicines. Whereunto is added diuers rare secretes, not heeretofore knowne of many. By Iohn Hester, practicioner in the spagericall arte, (electronic resource)

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A breefe aunswere of Iosephus Quercetanus Armeniacus, Doctor of Phisick, to the exposition of Iacobus Aubertus Vindonis, concerning the original, and causes of mettalles : Set foorth against chimists. Another exquisite and plaine treatise of the same Iosephus, concerning the spagericall preparations, and vse of minerall, animall, and vegitable medicines. Whereunto is added diuers rare secretes, not heeretofore knowne of many. By Iohn Hester, practicioner in the spagericall arte
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A breefe aunswere of Iosephus Quercetanus Armeniacus, Doctor of Phisick, to the exposition of Iacobus Aubertus Vindonis, concerning the original, and causes of mettalles
Title remainder
Set foorth against chimists. Another exquisite and plaine treatise of the same Iosephus, concerning the spagericall preparations, and vse of minerall, animall, and vegitable medicines. Whereunto is added diuers rare secretes, not heeretofore knowne of many. By Iohn Hester, practicioner in the spagericall arte
Title variation
  • Ad Jacobi Auberti De ortu et causis metallorum contra chymicos explicationem brevis responsio
  • Breefe aunswere of Josephus Quercetanus Armeniacus, Doctor of Phisick, to the exposition of Jacobus Aubertus Vindonis, concerning the original, and causes of mettalles
  • True and perfect spagerike preparation of minerals, animalles, and vegitables with theyr use
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Language
eng
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Citation location within source
7275
Citation source
STC (2nd ed.)
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De exquisita mineralium, animalium et vegetabilium medicamentorum spagyrica praeparatione et usu
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ca. 1544-1609
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Du Chesne, Joseph
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • ca. 1544-1609
  • d. 1593
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  • Du Chesne, Joseph
  • Hester, John
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  • Aubert, Jacques
  • Metals
  • Alchemy
  • Medicine
  • Medicine, Magic, mystic, and spagiric
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general
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A breefe aunswere of Iosephus Quercetanus Armeniacus, Doctor of Phisick, to the exposition of Iacobus Aubertus Vindonis, concerning the original, and causes of mettalles : Set foorth against chimists. Another exquisite and plaine treatise of the same Iosephus, concerning the spagericall preparations, and vse of minerall, animall, and vegitable medicines. Whereunto is added diuers rare secretes, not heeretofore knowne of many. By Iohn Hester, practicioner in the spagericall arte, (electronic resource)
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  • Josephus Quercetanus = Joseph Du Chesne
  • A translation by John Hester of "Ad Jacobi Auberti De ortu et causis metallorum contra chymicos explicationem brevis responsio" and "De exquisita mineralium, animalium et vegetabilium medicamentorum spagyrica praeparatione et usu"
  • In part a reply to: Aubert, Jacques. De metallorum ortu et causis contra chemistas brevis et dilucida explicatio
  • "Robinson app[arently]. pr[inted]. quires B-O and 2nd * (table); quire A and possibly Q-R may be by J. Charlewood; 1st * (following O4) may be by J. Windet"--STC
  • Colophon reads "These are to bee solde by Iohn Hester, dwelling at Pooles wharfe at the signe of the Stillitorie. 1591."; but this may refer to the medicines described in the text
  • "The true and perfect spagerike preparation of minerals, animalles, and vegitables with theyr vse" has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous
  • "The vertues of aqua balsamie", leaf R2
  • Includes index
  • Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
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file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99845595e
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unknown
Extent
[4], 61, [5] leaves
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
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lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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99845595e
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A breefe aunswere of Iosephus Quercetanus Armeniacus, Doctor of Phisick, to the exposition of Iacobus Aubertus Vindonis, concerning the original, and causes of mettalles : Set foorth against chimists. Another exquisite and plaine treatise of the same Iosephus, concerning the spagericall preparations, and vse of minerall, animall, and vegitable medicines. Whereunto is added diuers rare secretes, not heeretofore knowne of many. By Iohn Hester, practicioner in the spagericall arte, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Josephus Quercetanus = Joseph Du Chesne
  • A translation by John Hester of "Ad Jacobi Auberti De ortu et causis metallorum contra chymicos explicationem brevis responsio" and "De exquisita mineralium, animalium et vegetabilium medicamentorum spagyrica praeparatione et usu"
  • In part a reply to: Aubert, Jacques. De metallorum ortu et causis contra chemistas brevis et dilucida explicatio
  • "Robinson app[arently]. pr[inted]. quires B-O and 2nd * (table); quire A and possibly Q-R may be by J. Charlewood; 1st * (following O4) may be by J. Windet"--STC
  • Colophon reads "These are to bee solde by Iohn Hester, dwelling at Pooles wharfe at the signe of the Stillitorie. 1591."; but this may refer to the medicines described in the text
  • "The true and perfect spagerike preparation of minerals, animalles, and vegitables with theyr vse" has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous
  • "The vertues of aqua balsamie", leaf R2
  • Includes index
  • Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99845595e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4], 61, [5] leaves
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
99845595e

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