|Author:||Starkey, George, 1627-1665.|
|Title:||Via ad vitam, being a short and sure vvay to a long life, or, Helmont justified, and the excellency of chymicall medicaments vindicated by George Starkey ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Via ad vitam, being a short and sure vvay to a long life, or, Helmont justified, and the excellency of chymicall medicaments vindicated by George Starkey ...
Starkey, George, 1627-1665.
London: Printed and are to be sold by Richard Hall ..., 1661.
|Alternate titles:||Natures explication and Helmont's vindication|
Reproduction of original in Harvard University Libraries.
Medicine, Magic, mystic, and spagiric.
To the Right Honourable ROBERT TICHBƲRNE, Lord Maior of the famous City of LONDON;
To the studious lover of Truth and sedulous searcher after Na∣tures secrets, George Starkey (a Philosopher by the fire) wish∣eth all success and felicity.
The PREFACE OR INTRODUCTION.
Natures Explication, AND Helmont's Vindication.
CHAP. I. That all Diseases are in their kinde curable.
CHAP. II. The insufficiency of vulgar Medicines is the cause why many Diseases are judged incurable.
CHAP. III. A description of the true method of Medicine, and a discovery of such Medicaments as may evince the possessor of them to be a Physician created of God and not of the Schools.