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Title Philosophicall epitaph in hierogliphicall figures with explanation : A brief of ye golden calf (the worlds idoll) : Glauber's golden ass well managed : Jehior the principles or Originall of all things / Published by W.C. Esq. ; with a catalogue of chymicall bookes.
Related title Brief of the golden calf (the worlds idol).
Golden ass well managed.
Jehior (aurora sapientiae).
Publication Info London : Printed for William Cooper att the Pellican in Little Britain, 1673.



Descript [1] p. : ill.
Note Title from engraved t.p. with 10 roundels containing symbols.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
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Series Early English books online.
Subject Title pages -- England -- Facsimiles.
Alt author Cooper, William, active 1668-1688.
Helvetius, Johann Friedrich, -1709. Vitulus aureus, quem mundus adorat & orat.
Glauber, Johann Rudolf, 1604-1670. Novum lumen chimicum.
Related title Brief of the golden calf (the worlds idol).
Golden ass well managed.
Jehior (aurora sapientiae).
Descript [1] p. : ill.
Note Title from engraved t.p. with 10 roundels containing symbols.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Title pages -- England -- Facsimiles.
Alt author Cooper, William, active 1668-1688.
Helvetius, Johann Friedrich, -1709. Vitulus aureus, quem mundus adorat & orat.
Glauber, Johann Rudolf, 1604-1670. Novum lumen chimicum.
Related title Brief of the golden calf (the worlds idol).
Golden ass well managed.
Jehior (aurora sapientiae).

Subject Title pages -- England -- Facsimiles.
Descript [1] p. : ill.
Note Title from engraved t.p. with 10 roundels containing symbols.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Alt author Cooper, William, active 1668-1688.
Helvetius, Johann Friedrich, -1709. Vitulus aureus, quem mundus adorat & orat.
Glauber, Johann Rudolf, 1604-1670. Novum lumen chimicum.

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