Albion Robert Greenhalgh : The Atlantic world of Robert G. Albion / edited by Benjamin W. Labaree ; with chapters by William A. Baker ... [et al.] and a bibliography of the works of Robert G. Albion by Joan Bentinck-Smith.
Alborrow Richard 1686 : An Account of the proceedings against Richard Alborrow, Oliver Hawley and John Condon : for robing the King's male, on the 12th day of April last past, at or near Illford in the county of Essex, who was tryed at the Kings-bench-barr, Westminster.
Albright Ivan Exhibitions : Ivan Albright : a retrospective exhibition held at the Art-Institute of Chicago October 30 - December 27, 1964 [and at] the Whitney Museum of American Art February 3 - March 21, 1965 / catalogue by F.A. Sweet.; Albright, Ivan.
Alchemy Bibliography : 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.
Alchemy England : Liquor alchahest, or, A discourse of that immortal dissolvent of Paracelsus & Helmont : it being one of those two wonders of art and nature, which radically dissolves all animals, vegitables, and minerals into their principles, without being in the least alter'd, either in weight or activity, after a thousand dissolutions, &c. / Published by J.A. pyrophilus.; Starkey, George,
Alchemy England Early Works To 1800 : The adepts case, : briefly shewing: I. What adepts are, and what they are said to perform. II. What reason there is, to think that there are adepts. III. What would invite them to appear, and be beneficial in a nation. IV. What arguments there are, for and against the taking of such measures.
Alchemy Europe History : The mirror of alchemy : alchemical ideas and images in manuscripts and books, from Antiquity to the seventeenth century / Gareth Roberts.; Roberts, Gareth,