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Title The Philosophical epitaph of W.C. Esquire : for a memento mori on his tomb-stone, vvith three hieroglyphical scutcheons and their philosophical motto's and explanation : with the philosophical Mercury, nature of seed and life, and growth of metalls, and a discovery of the immortal liquor alchahest : the salt of tartar volatized and other elixirs with their differences. Also, A brief of the golden calf, the worlds idol : discovering the rarest miracle in nature, ... / by Jo. Fr. Helvetius. And, The golden ass well managed and Midas restor'd to reason, or, A new chymical light : demonstrating to the blind world that good gold may be found as well in cold as hot regions, and be profitably extracted out of sand, stones, gravel and flints &c. .../ written by Jo. Rod. Glauber. With Jehior, aurora sapientiae, or, The day dawning or light of wisdom : containing the three principles or original of all things whereby are discovered the great and many mysteries of God, nature and the elements, hitherto hid, now revealed / all published by W.C. Esquire. : with a catalogue of chymical books.
Related title Brief of the golden calf.
Briefe of the golden calf.
Golden ass well managed and Midas restor'd to reason.
New chymical light.
Jehior, aurora sapientiae.
Aurora sapientiae.
Jehior or the day dawning.
Day-dawning or light of wisdom.
Morning light of wisdom.
Catalogue of chymical books.
Publication Info London : Printed by T.R. and N.T. for William Cooper ..., 1673.



Descript [20], 16, [16], 41, [15], 37-56, [20], 78, [32] p., [6] leaves of plates : ill.
Note Added t.p. engraved.
Each work has special t.p. and separate paging.
"A briefe of the golden calf or the world's idol ... / written in Latin by Dr. Frederick Helvetius and printed at the Hague, 1666 ; and now Englished and abbreviated for the ease of the readers by W.C. Esquire."
"The golden ass well managed and Mydas restored to reason ... / written at Amsterdam, 1669, by John Rodolph Glauber ... ; and translated out of Latin into English in briefer notes, 1670, by W.C. Esq."
"Jehior or the day dawning, or, Morning light of wisdom : contaning the three principles or originals of all things whatsoever."
W.C. are the initials of William Cooper. Cf. BM.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
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Series Early English books online.
Subject Alchemy -- Early works to 1800.
Chemistry -- Bibliography.
Alchemy -- Bibliography.
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.
Briefe of the golden calf.
Golden ass well managed and Midas restor'd to reason.
New chymical light.
Jehior, aurora sapientiae.
Aurora sapientiae.
Jehior or the day dawning.
Day-dawning or light of wisdom.
Morning light of wisdom.
Catalogue of chymical books.
Descript [20], 16, [16], 41, [15], 37-56, [20], 78, [32] p., [6] leaves of plates : ill.
Note Added t.p. engraved.
Each work has special t.p. and separate paging.
"A briefe of the golden calf or the world's idol ... / written in Latin by Dr. Frederick Helvetius and printed at the Hague, 1666 ; and now Englished and abbreviated for the ease of the readers by W.C. Esquire."
"The golden ass well managed and Mydas restored to reason ... / written at Amsterdam, 1669, by John Rodolph Glauber ... ; and translated out of Latin into English in briefer notes, 1670, by W.C. Esq."
"Jehior or the day dawning, or, Morning light of wisdom : contaning the three principles or originals of all things whatsoever."
W.C. are the initials of William Cooper. Cf. BM.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Alchemy -- Early works to 1800.
Chemistry -- Bibliography.
Alchemy -- Bibliography.
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.
Briefe of the golden calf.
Golden ass well managed and Midas restor'd to reason.
New chymical light.
Jehior, aurora sapientiae.
Aurora sapientiae.
Jehior or the day dawning.
Day-dawning or light of wisdom.
Morning light of wisdom.
Catalogue of chymical books.

Subject Alchemy -- Early works to 1800.
Chemistry -- Bibliography.
Alchemy -- Bibliography.
Descript [20], 16, [16], 41, [15], 37-56, [20], 78, [32] p., [6] leaves of plates : ill.
Note Added t.p. engraved.
Each work has special t.p. and separate paging.
"A briefe of the golden calf or the world's idol ... / written in Latin by Dr. Frederick Helvetius and printed at the Hague, 1666 ; and now Englished and abbreviated for the ease of the readers by W.C. Esquire."
"The golden ass well managed and Mydas restored to reason ... / written at Amsterdam, 1669, by John Rodolph Glauber ... ; and translated out of Latin into English in briefer notes, 1670, by W.C. Esq."
"Jehior or the day dawning, or, Morning light of wisdom : contaning the three principles or originals of all things whatsoever."
W.C. are the initials of William Cooper. Cf. BM.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University 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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