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Chemical Secrets and Experiments This Treatise contains some of the Choicest Collections of the Famous Sir Kenelm Digby some whereof have been wrought by his own hands some communicated to him by Learned Men of all Nations I had th

  • Title: Chemical Secrets and Experiments
  • Author: Kenelm Digby Philip N. Wheeler George Hartman
  • ISBN: 9781523953462
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Paperback
  • This Treatise contains some of the Choicest Collections of the Famous Sir Kenelm Digby, some whereof have been wrought by his own hands, some communicated to him by Learned Men of all Nations I had the Honour for several years to wait upon Sir Kenelm, and to have several of his Manu scripts in my Custody This choice manual contains rare and profitable Secrets in PhilosopThis Treatise contains some of the Choicest Collections of the Famous Sir Kenelm Digby, some whereof have been wrought by his own hands, some communicated to him by Learned Men of all Nations I had the Honour for several years to wait upon Sir Kenelm, and to have several of his Manu scripts in my Custody This choice manual contains rare and profitable Secrets in Philosophy and Chemistry, delivered with perspicuity and plainness than is yet to be found in any Chymical Book.

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    1. Kenelm Digby Philip N. Wheeler George Hartman

      Sir Kenelm Digby was an English courtier and diplomat He was also a highly reputed natural philosopher, and known as a leading Roman Catholic intellectual and Blackloist.Digby published in 1638, A Conference with a Lady about choice of a Religion in 1644 he published together two major philosophical treatises, The Nature of Bodies and On the Immortality of Reasonable Souls in 1661, Discourse Concerning the Vegetation of Plants Digby is known for the publication of a cookbook, The Closet of the Eminently Learned Sir Kenelme Digbie Knight Opened, but it was actually published by a close servant, from his notes, in 1669, several years after his death It is currently considered an excellent source of period recipes, particularly for beverages such as mead.

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