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Title: Chymical, medicinal, and chyrurgical addresses: made to Samuel Hartlib, Esquire. Viz. 1. Whether the Vrim and Thummim were given in the Mount, or perfected by art. 2. Sir George Ripley's epistle, to King Edward unfolded. 3. Gabriel Plats caveat for alchymists. 4. A conference concerning the phylosophers stone. 5. An invitation to a free and generous communication of secrets and receits in physick. 6 Whether or no, each several disease hath a particular remedy? 7. A new and easie method of chirurgery, for the curing of all fresh wounds or other hurts. 8. A discourse about the essence or existence of metals. 9. The new postilions, pretended prophetical prognostication, of what whall happen to physitians, chyrurgeons, apothecaries, alchymists, and miners.
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Print source: Chymical, medicinal, and chyrurgical addresses: made to Samuel Hartlib, Esquire. Viz. 1. Whether the Vrim and Thummim were given in the Mount, or perfected by art. 2. Sir George Ripley's epistle, to King Edward unfolded. 3. Gabriel Plats caveat for alchymists. 4. A conference concerning the phylosophers stone. 5. An invitation to a free and generous communication of secrets and receits in physick. 6 Whether or no, each several disease hath a particular remedy? 7. A new and easie method of chirurgery, for the curing of all fresh wounds or other hurts. 8. A discourse about the essence or existence of metals. 9. The new postilions, pretended prophetical prognostication, of what whall happen to physitians, chyrurgeons, apothecaries, alchymists, and miners.
London,: Printed by G. Dawson for Giles Calvert at the Black-spread Eagle at the west end of Pauls., 1655.
Subject terms:
Hartlib, Samuel, d. 1662 -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
Alchemy -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A79445.0001.001

Contents
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A TABLE OF THE Chymical, Medici∣nal, and Chirurgical ADDRESSES, made to Samuel Hartlib, Esquire.
WHETHER The Vrim & Thummim Were given in the MOUNT, Or perfected by ART.
SIR GEORGE RIPLYE'S EPISTLE TO King Edward unfolded.
To the Readers.
A CAVEAT FOR ALCHYMISTS, OR, A warning to all ingeni∣ous Gentlemen, whether Laicks or Clericks, that study for the finding out of the Philoso∣phers Stone; shewing how that they need not to be cheated of their Estates, either by the per∣swasion of others, or by their own idle conceits.
The first Chapter.
The second Chapter.
A CONFERENCE Concerning this QVESTION: Whether or no each seve∣ral Disease hath a particu∣lar and specifical re∣medy.
A CONFERENCE Concerning the Philosophers-Stone
PHILARETVS TO EMPYRICUS.
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To the worshipful Tho. Allen, and Tho. Bowden, pre∣sent Wardens, Mr. Martin Brown Alderman, Mr. Edward Arris, Mr. Henry Boone, and the rest of the Assistants of the Company of Barber-Cyrurgeons, London, &c. With all the skilful Practitioners of that Noble Science in England, Scotland, Ireland, &c.
Necessary Considerations for all learned and experien∣ced men, who deal in Chyrur∣gery, either as Practitioners or Teachers thereof.
The Balsoms numbred up, with their properties and manner of Application.
Number 1.
Number 2.
Num. 3.
Number 4.
Number 5.
The Appendix, Containing Mr. Gerard Malynes Philosophy, about the Essence or Existence of Metals.
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THE ELEVENTH CHAPTER. A Prognostication of what shall happen to Physitians, Chi∣rurgeons, Apothecaries, and their dependants, and Al∣chymists, and Miners.