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"Collectanea Chymica": A Collection of Ten, Several Treatises in CHYMISTRY, concerning The Liquor, Alkahest, the Mercury of Philosophers, and other Curiosities worthy the Perusal. Written by Eirenaeus Philalethes, Anonymous, Johann Baptist Van-Helmont, Dr. Fr. Antonie, Bernhard Earl of Trevisan, Sir George Ripley, Roger Bacon, George Starkey, Sir Hugh Platt, and the Tomb of Semiramis. LONDON, Printed for William Cooper, at the Pelican in Little Britain, 1684.
R.A.M.S. digital. 2011.
99 pages.
(Collectanea-Chymica: .doc, .pdf).

AURUM-POTABILE: or the RECEIT of Dr. Francis Anthony showing, His Way and Method, how he made and prepared that most Excellent Medicine for the Body of Man. LONDON, Printed for William Cooper, at the Pelican in Little Britain. 1683. R.A.M.S. digital 2 pages.(AURUM-POTABILE).
Table of Contents:
Dr. Francis Anthony's Receit showing the way to make his most Excellent Medicine called Aurum Potabile. p.1
The Preparation of the Vinegar to make the Menstruum. p.2

THE BOSOME-BOOK OF Sir GEORGE RIPLEY, CANON OF BRIDLINGTON. CONTAINING His Philosophical Accurtations in the making the Philosophers Mercury and Elixirs. LONDON, Printed for William Cooper, at the Pelican in Little Britain. 1683. R.A.M.S. digital, 2011. 8 pages.(BOSOME-BOOK).
Table of Contents:
The Bosome-Book of Sir. George Ripley. The whole Work of the Composition of the Philosophical Stone, of the great Elixir, and of the first Solution of the gross Body. p.2
The making of our Gum or green Lyon. p.2
The Extraction of our Menstrue, or blood of our green Lion. p.2
The Creation of our Basis. p.2
The Calcination of the black Feces called our black Dragon. p.3
The Solution of the said Feces. p.3
The Separation of the Elements whereof the first is the Air, and is also counted our Ardent-Water, and our Water Attractive. p.3
Our Ardent Water or Water Attractive is thus made. p.3
The Flood or Water of the Stone. p.3
Our Mans Blood is thus made and rectified. p.4
The Oil or Fire, or the Earth of the Stone. p.4
The Fiery Water. p.4
The Earth. p.4
The Water of Life which is our Mercury and our Lunary. p.4
A grand secret or Accurtation of Sr. George Ripley, for the help of those which have made the Philosophers Mercury and whose Poverty disables them to proceed to either the Red or White Elixir. p.4
The Oil which is the Element of Fire, and our red Mercury. p.5
The work of Putrification. p.5
The digestion of the white Stone. p.5
Another Secret Accurtation of Sr. George Ripley. p.5
The digestion of the Red Stone. p.5
The Preparation of the Ferment to the white-Stone. p.5
The Fermentation of the white-Stone. p.6
The Inceration of the White-stone. p.6
The Preparation of the Red-ferment. p.6
The Fermentation of the Red-stone. p.6
The work of Inceration for the Red.p.6
The Multiplication or Increase of the Vertue and Goodness of the aforesaid white and Red Stone. p.6
The way of Projection. p.7
Accurtation of the great Work which saves half the Work and Labour in the Work revealed by Sr. George Ripley. p.7
The like Accurtation of the Red-work done by the aforesaid Sulphur. p.7

THE SECRET OF THE IMMORTAL LIQUOR CALLED ALKAHEST, OR IGNIS-AQUA. By Eirenaeus Philalethes. Communicated to his Friend, a Son of Art, and now a Philosopher. By Question and Answer. LONDON, Printed for William Cooper, at the Pelican in Little Britain, 1683. R.A.M.S. digital. 4 pages.(IMMORTAL-LIQUOR-ALKAHEST)

THE PRACTICE OF LIGHTS: OR AN Excellent and Ancient TREATISE OF THE Philosophers Stone. Anonymous LONDON, Printed for William Cooper, at the Pelican in Little Britain, 1683. R.A.M.S. digital 2011. 5 pages. (Practice-Lights)

PRÆCIPIOLUM: or the Immature-Mineral-Electrum. The first METAL: Which is the MINERA of MERCURY. By Joh. Baptist Van-Helmont. LONDON, Printed for William Cooper, at the Pelican in Little Britain. 1683. R.A.M.S. digital, 2011. 5 pages. (PRÆCIPIOLUM)
Table of Contents:
Processus compositus Praecipioli. p.1
Compositio Aquae Albuminum Ovorum. p.3
How to bring the Præcipiolum into his first or
slippery matter. p.3
The Universal Medicine. p.4
The Oil of Gold. p.5

SPECULUM ALCHYMIÆ; THE TRUE GLASS OF ALCHEMY. WRITTEN By ROGER BACON. LONDON, Printed for William Cooper, at the Pelican in Little Britain, 1683. R.A.M.S. digital, 2011. 3 pages.(SPECULUM-ALCHYMIÆ)
Table of Contents:
Speculum Alchymiae, The true Glass of Alchemy by Roger Bacon. p.2

The Admirable EFFICACY, And almost incredible Virtue of true Oil, which is made of SULPHUR-VIVE, Set on fire, and called commonly Oil of Sulphur per Campanam, To distinguish it from that Rascally Sophisticate Oil of SULPHUR, which instead of this true Oil, is unfaithfully prepared, and sold by Druggists and Apothecaries, to the dishonour of Art, and unspeakable damage of their deluded Patients. Faithfully collected out of the Writings of the most acute Philosopher, and unparalleled Doctor of this last Age, John Baptist Van-Helmont, of a noble Extraction in Belgia, and confirmed by the Experience of George Starkey, who is a Philosopher by the Fire. London, Printed for William Cooper at the Pelican in Little Britain. 1683. R.A.M.S. Digital, 2011. 4 pages.(SULPHUR-VIVE)
Table of Contents:
The admirable Efficacy, and almost incredible virtue of true Oil which is made of SULPHUR VIVE, set on fire, and called commonly Oil of SULPHUR per Campanam1. p.1
Post-Script. p.3

The Tomb of SEMIRAMIS Hermetically Sealed, Which if a Wise-man open (not the Ambitious Covetous Cyrus) he shall find the Treasures of Kings, inexhaustible Riches to his content. H.V.D. He that exercises Love, will apprehend what I say: but if I speak to the ungrateful, he shall not comprehend my sayings: St. Augustine of Divine Love. London, Printed for William Cooper At the Pelican in Little Britian, 1684. R.A.M.S. Digital. Edit 2011. 7 pages.(Tomb-SEMIRAMIS)
Table of Contents:
CHAPTER I. Of the Physical subject of the Philosophers Stone. p.1
CHAPTER II. What the Physical or Philosopher's Gold is. p.3
CHAPTER III. Of the preparation of Bodies for the Philosophers Mercury. p.3
CHAPTER IV. Of the second and true Philosophical Solution of Bodies, and their reduction into Mercury. p.4
CHAPTER V. What a Quintessence properly is. p.5
CHAPTER VI. Of the Philosophical Fire, or Dissolving Menstruum, or our Liquor Alkahest. p.5
CHAPTER VII. Whether the dissolving Menstruum be corrosive. p.6
CHAPTER VIII. Of the practice of the Stoe. p.6
CHAPTER IX. Of the augmentation of the blessed Stone. p.7
CHAPTER X. Of the physical use of the Stone both internal and external. p.7

A TREATISE OF BERNARD EARL OF TREVISAN, OF THE Philosophers Stone. LONDON, Printed for William Cooper, at the Pelican in Little Britain, 1683. R.A.M.S. digital, 2011. 5 pages.(TREATISE-TREVISAN)
Table of Contents:
A Singular Treatise of Bernhard Count Trevisan concerning the Philosophers Stone. p.2
The Theory of the same Author. p.3
The Practice of the same Author. p.4

   
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