Elixirs : Elixir salutis : the choise drink of health, or health-bringing drink; being a famous cordial drink, found out by the Providence of the Almighty ... / Never published by any but me Anthony Daffy ...; Daffy, Anthony.
Elixirs 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Elixir salutis: The choise [sic] drink of health or, Health=bringing drink. : Being a famous cordial drink, found out by the providence of the Almighty, and experienced a most excellent preservative of man-kind, a secret far beyond any medicament yet known, and is found so agreeable to nature, that it effects all its operations as nature would have it, and as a vertual [sic] expedient proposed by her, for reducing all her extreams [sic] unto an equal temper; the same being fitted unto all ages, sexes, complexions and constitutions, and highly fortifying nature against any noxious humour, invading or offending the noble parts: / Never published by any but me Anthony Daffy, student in physick.; Daffy, Anthony.
Elixirs Great Britain 17th Century : The excellent virtues and uses of the great antidote of Van Helmon, Paracelsus, and Crollius; by them called the elixir proprietatis: : Known by all physicians to be the greatest cordial and only medicine in the world for long and sound life: restoring nature even at the point of death, and effectually taking away the seeds of all diseases. / Written by J.H. a lover of truth; and made publick for the good of all people.
Elizabeth Mure Queen Consort Of Robert Ii King Of Scotland : A vindication of Robert III, King of Scotland from the imputation of bastardy, by the clear proof of Elizabeth Mure (daughter to Sir Adam Mure of Rowallan) her being the first lawful wife of Robert the II, then Stewart of Scotland and Earl of Strathern / by George, Viscount of Tarbat, &c. ...; Cromarty, George Mackenzie,
Elizabeth Queen Consort Of Frederick I King Of Bohemia 1546 1662 : Dakrua basilika. That is, the princly teares of Elisabetha, Queen of Bohemia: : ouer the death, of her eldest sonne, Fridericus Henricus: Count Palatijn: Duke of Bavaria. / Written by Daniel Souterius: minister of the word of God, at Haerlem.; Souterius, Daniel.