Medicina practica; or, Practical physick. : Shewing the method of curing the most usual diseases happening to humane bodies ... To which is added, the philosophick works of Hermes Trismegistus, Kalid Persicus, Geber Arabs, Artefius Longaevus, Nicholas Flammel, Roger Bachon, and George Ripley. All translated out of the best Latin editions, into English ... Together with a singular comment upon the first book of Hermes ... In three books ...
- Salmon, William 1644-1713.
- London : Printed by W. Bonny, for Tho. Howkins and John Harris 1692
- NBK-R (item held in perpetuity). (1) (University of Strathclyde)
- Books 2 and 3 titled Clavis alchymiae have special title pages. Book 2 has date: 1691.
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