Ripley (c. 1415-c. 1490)
one of England's best-known alchemical authorities, are sketchy,
but he is known to have travelled widely on the Continent in search
of alchemical wisdom. Whilst a canon regular at the Augustinian
priory at Bridlington in Yorkshire, he conducted alchemical experiments
and wrote widely on the subject.
in R.A.M.S. :
"The Compound of Alchemy" or "The
Ancient Hidden Art of Alchemie; Containing the right and perfect
means to make the Philiosophers Stone, Aurum Potabile, with other
Excellent Experiments. Divided into Twelve Gates." by George
Ripley. Imprinted by Thomas Orwin. London 1591. R.A.M.S. 1982.
85 pages. (COMPOUNDALCHEMY: .doc, .pdf, .jpg). More
"Medulla Alchymiae", or "The Marrow
of Alchemy". Written in Latin by George Ripley, Canon of
Bridlington, which he sent out of Italy anno 1476. To the Arch-Bishop
of York. Translated into English by William Salmon, Professor
of Physick. 79 pages. (MEDULLA: .doc, .pdf, .jpg) More
"Liber Secretissimus" by George Ripley.
"The Whole Work of the Composition of the Philosophical Stone
and Grand Elixir, and of the First Solution of the Grosse Bodies."
Including: Of this Salt, Helbigius Saith: British Museum MSS.
Sloane #630 R.A.M.S. 1982. 15 pages. (LIBERSECRET: .doc, .pdf,
.jpg). More Info.