|Title:||Philadelphia, or, Brotherly love to the studious in the hermetick art.: Wherein is discovered the principles of hermetick philosophy, with much candor and plainness. / Written by Eyreneus Philoctetes.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Philadelphia, or, Brotherly love to the studious in the hermetick art.: Wherein is discovered the principles of hermetick philosophy, with much candor and plainness. / Written by Eyreneus Philoctetes.
Philoctetes, Eyreneus., Starkey, George, d. 1666.
[London]: Printed and sold by T. Sowle at the Crooked Billet in Holy-well-lane in Shoreditch, 1694.
To the STUDIOUS READER.
TO HIS Respected and Worthy FRIEND,
Philadelphia, OR BROTHERLY LOVE To the Studious in the Hermetick ART.