Occult physick, or, The three principles in nature anatomized by a philosophical opperation, taken from experience : in three books. The first of beasts, trees, herbs, and their magical and physical virtues. The second book containeth most excellent and rare medicines for all diseases ... The third and last book, is a denarian tract, shewing how to cure all diseases with ten medicaments ... Whereunto is added a necessary tract, shewing how to judge of a disease by the affliction of the moon, upon the sight of the patients urine ... Also you are taught how to erect a figure of heaven for any time given / By W.W.

  • Williams, William (Astrologer)
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About this work


London : Printed by Tho. Leach, for H. Marsh and W. Palmer, 1660.

Physical description

12 unnumbered pages, 160 pages, 4 unnumbered pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : illustrations, portrait (woodcut, engraving) ; 17 cm (8vo)

References note

NLM (17th cent.) 12996
Wing (2nd ed.), 2784A
ESTC R228281
Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), W2784A


Pp. 148-9 and 156-7 misnumbered 132-3 and 140-1 respectively
With a port. of William Williams
Woodcut headpieces
Errata and Additio: A1 in second sequence of prelims
There are two gatherings signed A in prelims, one of 4 leaves and the other of 2. In some copies the second sequence may be bound at the end
Copy 1 Supplier/Donor: E.M. Lawson Note: Binding: Contemp. calf, gilt-ruled. Ownership inscription on p. 1: "Joshua Mongex[?]"


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