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The Resource The treasure of Euonymus, : conteyninge the vvonderfull hid secretes of nature, touchinge the most apte formes to prepare and destyl medicines, for the conseruation of helth: as quintesse[n]ce, aurum potabile, hippocras, aromatical wynes, balmes, oyles perfumes, garnishyng waters, and other manifold excellent confections. : Wherunto are ioyned the formes of sondry apt fornaces, and vessels, required in this art., Translated (with great diligence, & laboure) out of Latin, by Peter Morvvyng felow of Magdaline Colleadge in Oxford

The treasure of Euonymus, : conteyninge the vvonderfull hid secretes of nature, touchinge the most apte formes to prepare and destyl medicines, for the conseruation of helth: as quintesse[n]ce, aurum potabile, hippocras, aromatical wynes, balmes, oyles perfumes, garnishyng waters, and other manifold excellent confections. : Wherunto are ioyned the formes of sondry apt fornaces, and vessels, required in this art., Translated (with great diligence, & laboure) out of Latin, by Peter Morvvyng felow of Magdaline Colleadge in Oxford

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The treasure of Euonymus, : conteyninge the vvonderfull hid secretes of nature, touchinge the most apte formes to prepare and destyl medicines, for the conseruation of helth: as quintesse[n]ce, aurum potabile, hippocras, aromatical wynes, balmes, oyles perfumes, garnishyng waters, and other manifold excellent confections. : Wherunto are ioyned the formes of sondry apt fornaces, and vessels, required in this art.
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The treasure of Euonymus,
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conteyninge the vvonderfull hid secretes of nature, touchinge the most apte formes to prepare and destyl medicines, for the conseruation of helth: as quintesse[n]ce, aurum potabile, hippocras, aromatical wynes, balmes, oyles perfumes, garnishyng waters, and other manifold excellent confections. : Wherunto are ioyned the formes of sondry apt fornaces, and vessels, required in this art.
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Translated (with great diligence, & laboure) out of Latin, by Peter Morvvyng felow of Magdaline Colleadge in Oxford
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  • eng
  • lat
  • eng
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  • 11800;
  • 2082;
  • 80 (description includes signatures)
  • 640;
  • v. 1, p. 316;
  • v. 1, no. 2799;
  • G224;
  • 32.9
Citation source
  • STC
  • NLM 16th cent.
  • Hunt botanical cat.
  • Osler, W. Bib. Osleriana
  • Ferguson, J. Bib chemica
  • Wellcome cat. of printed books
  • Yale. Cushing collection
  • Wellisch, H. "Conrad Gessner", Journal of the Society for the Bib. of Natural Hist., v. 7, pt. 2
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1516-1565
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Gesner, Konrad
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illustrations
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no index present
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non fiction
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1530?-1573?
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Morwen, Peter
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  • Therapeutics
  • Medicine
  • Distillation
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The treasure of Euonymus, : conteyninge the vvonderfull hid secretes of nature, touchinge the most apte formes to prepare and destyl medicines, for the conseruation of helth: as quintesse[n]ce, aurum potabile, hippocras, aromatical wynes, balmes, oyles perfumes, garnishyng waters, and other manifold excellent confections. : Wherunto are ioyned the formes of sondry apt fornaces, and vessels, required in this art., Translated (with great diligence, & laboure) out of Latin, by Peter Morvvyng felow of Magdaline Colleadge in Oxford
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  • Translation of: Thesaurus Euonymi Philiatri de remediis secretis
  • "Publisher's letter to the reader dated 1559"--NLM 16th cent. The letter is the source of information for the publication date
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000122609
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19 cm. (4to).
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[20], 408 p.
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ill. (woodcuts)
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  • (Sirsi) 122609
  • 122796
  • ocm10716792
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The treasure of Euonymus, : conteyninge the vvonderfull hid secretes of nature, touchinge the most apte formes to prepare and destyl medicines, for the conseruation of helth: as quintesse[n]ce, aurum potabile, hippocras, aromatical wynes, balmes, oyles perfumes, garnishyng waters, and other manifold excellent confections. : Wherunto are ioyned the formes of sondry apt fornaces, and vessels, required in this art., Translated (with great diligence, & laboure) out of Latin, by Peter Morvvyng felow of Magdaline Colleadge in Oxford
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: Thesaurus Euonymi Philiatri de remediis secretis
  • "Publisher's letter to the reader dated 1559"--NLM 16th cent. The letter is the source of information for the publication date
Control code
000122609
Dimensions
19 cm. (4to).
Extent
[20], 408 p.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 122609
  • 122796
  • ocm10716792

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