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Context of 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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