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Author: Penot, Bernard Georges, d. 1617?
Title: Penotus palimeis, or, The alchymists enchiridion in two parts : the first containing excellent experienced chymical receipts and balsoms for healing and curing most diseases incident to the body of man &c. : the second part containing the Practica mirabilis for the accomplishing and obtaining ... the white and red elixir ... : together with a small treatise ... written by that very ancient philosopher Arislaus, concerning the philosophers stone : to which second part is prefix'd an apologetic introduction, written in answer to a scurrilous libel ... by D. Nicholaus Guibertus ... / the whole written in Latin by Bernardus Penotus a Portu Sanctae Mariae Aquitani ; and now faithfully englished and claused by B.P. Philalethes.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Penotus palimeis, or, The alchymists enchiridion in two parts : the first containing excellent experienced chymical receipts and balsoms for healing and curing most diseases incident to the body of man &c. : the second part containing the Practica mirabilis for the accomplishing and obtaining ... the white and red elixir ... : together with a small treatise ... written by that very ancient philosopher Arislaus, concerning the philosophers stone : to which second part is prefix'd an apologetic introduction, written in answer to a scurrilous libel ... by D. Nicholaus Guibertus ... / the whole written in Latin by Bernardus Penotus a Portu Sanctae Mariae Aquitani ; and now faithfully englished and claused by B.P. Philalethes.
Penot, Bernard Georges, d. 1617?, Arislaus., Philalethes, B. P.

London: Printed for John Wyat, 1692.
Notes:
Errata: p. [9] (4th grouping)
Includes indexes.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Alchemy.
Materia medica -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54281.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE TRANSLATOR TO THE Intelligent READER.
The Authors Preface Dedicatory to the most Excellent (and adorn'd with Hea∣venly Gifts) Gentleman Dr. Andrew Libavus, M. D. and Poet Laureat, Ber∣nardus Penotus a Portu Sanctae Mariae A∣quitani, wishes Supreme Felicity.
Penotus: OR THE Alchymists Enchiridion.
I. An excellent admirable Balsam of singular Vertues.
VERTƲES.
℞ II. An Artificial Balsam for all sorts of Wounds and Swellings, Gun-shot not excepted.
℞ III. An Experienced Balsam to Heal all Desperate Wounds in the space of Twenty Four Hours time; a very great Secret.
℞ IV. To cure the Frensie and Deli∣rium.
℞ V. For Foolishness, occasion'd by want of Sleep.
℞ VI. For Convulsion Fits.
℞ VII. For the Cramp or Contraction of the Sinews.
℞ VIII. An excellent Remedy for Itch∣ing Pimples, Blemishes and Wrinkles in the Face.
℞ IX. A most approved Remedy for in∣flamed Eyes, both Running and Dry, as also for Eyes that are Blood-shot, and for Itching of the Eye-Lids; a singular Remedy.
℞ X. Another most Noble Medicine for the same.
℞ XI. To heal a Wound in a small space.
℞ XII. A Secret to cure the Dropsie.
℞ XIII. A long experienced Emplaster for Old and Stinking Ʋlcers and Fi∣stoloes, separating the corrupt from the incorrupt.
℞ XIV. An other Emplaster for all bitter Maladies and Tumours.
℞ XV. An admirable preparation of Camphire to cure Canker'd and Corro∣sive Ʋlcers; containing many other rare Properties.
℞ XVI. To cure the Canker.
℞ XVII. For a Dissentery and desperate Looseness; a singular Remedy.
℞ XVIII. One only excellent Remedy for the Plague.
℞ XIX. For all Imposthumes, Plurisies, or any such like Distempers, to break them soon.
℞ XX. For the Shingles [& Formicas] a most experienc'd Remedy.
℞ XXI. Aqua Mirabilis for curing and expelling the Stone and Gravel in the Reins.
℞ XXII. For an inveterate Megrim.
℞ XXIII. For Ʋlcers in the Lights.
℞ XXIV. For Suffocations of the Womb.
℞ XXV. CATHOLICƲM CATHAR∣TICƲM Minerale.
℞ XXVI. For the Epilypsie.
Penotus: OR THE Alchymists Enchiridion.
The Epistle Dedicatory.
An Apologetick Introduction of Ber∣nardi Penoti a Portu S. Mariae Aq. in which is Evinced both by Reason and Authority the Error and Opinion of Dr. Nicholas Guibertus Lotha∣ringi, concerning Alchymy, &c.
THE Practica Mirabilis FOR THE Accomplishing and obtaining from the Beginning to the End the White and Red Elixir.
CHAP. I. Of the First Preparation.
CHAP. II. Of the Second Preparation.
CHAP. III. Of the White King.
CHYMICAL AXIOMS.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
XIV.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
XX.
OF FERMENTATION.
The Dialogue of Arislaus, a very an∣tient Philosopher, concerning the Phi∣losophers Stone; (a Work never be∣fore Publish'd).
POSTSCRIPT.
THE INDEX.
An Alphabetical Table of the Disea∣ses, &c. curable by the Remedies in this Book.
ERRATA.