The curious distillatory: or The art of distilling coloured liquors, spirits, oyls, &c

Publication Date1677
Remainderfrom vegitables, animals, minerals and metals. A thing hitherto known by few. Containing many experiments easy to perform, yet curious, surprizing, and useful: relating to the production of colours, consistence, and heat, in divers bodies which are colourless, fluid, and cold. Together with several experiments upon the blood (and its serum) of diseased persons, with divers other collateral experiments. Written originally in Latin by Jo. Sigis. Elsholt. Put into English by T.S. M.D. Physician in Ordinary to his Majesty
Extent[16], 111, [1] p.
Publisherprinted by J[ohn]. D[arby]. for Robert Boulter, at the Turks-head, over against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhil




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