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Author: Mathews, Richard, d. 1661.
Title: The unlearned alchymist his antidote, or, A more full and ample explanation of the use, virtue and benefit of my pill, entituled, An effectual diaphoretick, diuretick, purgeth by sweating, urin. Whereunto is added sundry cures and experiences, with particular direction unto particular diseases and distempers; with a catalogue of peoples names, with their dwelings which have used and known the use of the same: also sundry plain and easie receits which the ingenious may prepare for their own health. By Richard Matthew, and are to be had at his house by the Lyons Den at the Tower, next Gate to the By-Ward.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The unlearned alchymist his antidote, or, A more full and ample explanation of the use, virtue and benefit of my pill, entituled, An effectual diaphoretick, diuretick, purgeth by sweating, urin. Whereunto is added sundry cures and experiences, with particular direction unto particular diseases and distempers; with a catalogue of peoples names, with their dwelings which have used and known the use of the same: also sundry plain and easie receits which the ingenious may prepare for their own health. By Richard Matthew, and are to be had at his house by the Lyons Den at the Tower, next Gate to the By-Ward.
Mathews, Richard, d. 1661.

London: printed for Joseph Leigh, at the upper end of Bazing-hall street, near the Naggs-head Tavern, and are to be sold together with this Pill, by Giles Calvert at the Black-spread Eagle at the west end of Pauls, and Livewell Chapman at the Crown in Popes-head-alley, 1660.
Alternate titles: Unlearned alchymist his antidote More full and ample explanation of the use, virtue and benefit of my pill.
Notes:
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Medicine, Magic, mystic and spagiric -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A50275.0001.001

Contents
title page
dedication
Certain choice Receits contained in this Book.
to the reader
An effectual purgeth by
Directions how to take this Pill aright.
Here followeth a Catalogue of names with their dwellings, of such as have used or knoweth the use of my Pill, of whom you may inquire.
To draw the true Oyl of Amber, the sam which I have used for many years with wonderful effect and benefit to the users, and the same of which I have spoken in this Book.
A true Receit of the powder of Sympathy, or the Sum∣pathetical powder, made of Roman Vitriol, lately commended by Sir Kenelme Digby, but no plain Re∣ceit given which I here perform and freely give thee, knowing that there is none better.