Bazilica chymica, et praxis chymiatricæ, or Royal and practical chymistry in three treatises. Wherein all those excellent medicines and chymical preparations are fully discovered, from whence our modern chymists have drawn their choicest remedies / Being a translation of Oswald Crollius his Royal chymistry, augmented and inl. by John Hartman. To which is added his Treatise of signatures of internal things. Or, A true and lively anatomy of the greater and lesser world. As also the Practice of chymistry of John Hartman, M.D., augmented and inlarged by his son [G.E. Hartmann]. All faithfully Englished by a lover of chymistry.

  • Croll, Oswald, approximately 1560-1609.
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London : Printed for J. Starkey & T. Passinger, 1670.

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3 volumes in 1 : woodcuts ; (folio)

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Wing C7022
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), C7022


"A treatise ... of signatures of internal things" and "Praxis chymiatricæ" have special title-pages dated 1669 and 1670 respectively


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