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Author: Brunschwig, Hieronymus, ca. 1450-ca. 1512.
Title: The vertuose boke of distyllacyon of the waters of all maner of herbes with the fygures of the styllatoryes, fyrst made and compyled by the thyrte yeres study and labour of the moste co[n]nynge and famous mayster of phisyke, Master Iherom bruynswyke. And now newly translate[d] out of Duyche into Englysshe Nat only to the synguler helpe and profyte of the surgyens, phisycyens, and pothecaryes, but also of all maner of people, parfytely and in dewe tyme and ordre to lerne to dystyll all maner of herbes, to the profyte, cure, and remedy of all maner dysseases and infirmytees apparant and nat apparant. And ye shall vnderstande that the waters be better than the herbes, as Auicenna testefyeth in his fourthe conon saynge that all maner medicynes vsed with theyr substance, febleth and maketh aged, and weke. Cum gratia et preuilegio regali.
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Print source: The vertuose boke of distyllacyon of the waters of all maner of herbes with the fygures of the styllatoryes, fyrst made and compyled by the thyrte yeres study and labour of the moste co[n]nynge and famous mayster of phisyke, Master Iherom bruynswyke. And now newly translate[d] out of Duyche into Englysshe Nat only to the synguler helpe and profyte of the surgyens, phisycyens, and pothecaryes, but also of all maner of people, parfytely and in dewe tyme and ordre to lerne to dystyll all maner of herbes, to the profyte, cure, and remedy of all maner dysseases and infirmytees apparant and nat apparant. And ye shall vnderstande that the waters be better than the herbes, as Auicenna testefyeth in his fourthe conon saynge that all maner medicynes vsed with theyr substance, febleth and maketh aged, and weke. Cum gratia et preuilegio regali.
Brunschwig, Hieronymus, ca. 1450-ca. 1512., Andrew, Laurence, fl. 1510-1537.

[Imprynted at London: In the flete strete by me Laurens Andrewe, in the sygne of the golden Crosse, In the yere of our lorde. M.ccccc.xxvii. the xviii daye of Apryll. [1527] [i.e. 1528?]]
Alternate titles: Liber de arte distillandi. English
Subject terms:
Distillation -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions -- Early works to 1800.
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¶Here begynneth the fyrst part of this oe / wher in is comprehendyd the no∣ble scyence & the trewe dystyllacyons of waters / and other dyuers thynges arty∣cyallys
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