Browsing by Author "Russell, William, 1634-1696?"
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A physical treatise grounded, not upon tradition, nor phancy, but experience, consisting of three parts. The first, a manuduction, discovering the true foundation of the art of medicine. Second, an explanation of the general natures of diseases. Third, a proof of the former positions by practice. By William Russell, chymist in ordinary to His Majesty.Date of publication:
1684Author(s):Description:The words "first .. practice." are connected by a left bracket on the title page. Includes index at end of text. Caption title on pg. 1: A manuduction, discovering the true foundation of the art of medicine. Caption title ...This item contains 4 files (2.89 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Arcana philosophia, or, Chymical secrets containing the noted and useful chymical medicines of Dr. Wil. and Rich. Russel chymists, viz. I. Species vitæ, alias universalis, II. Tinctura regalis, call'd scorbutick, &c., III. Species coroborativa, alias pleuretica, IV. Species proprietatis, V. Species minor, VI. A pestilential cordial, call'd his white cordial : as also several curious chymical processes and spagerick preparations of natural things for the use of medicin, and many other things of great use and vertue in eradicating the most stubborn diseases, likewise four curious small treatises, viz. the I. Of fevers, the II. Of the jaundies, the III. Of madness, and the IV. Of diarrhæas, lientries &c., by the renowned and most aproved Dr. Aurelius Philipus Theophrastus Paracelsus, of Hoheneim / publish'd by John Headrich ...Date of publication:
1697Author(s):Description:Advertisement: p.  at end. Error in paging: p. 112 misprinted 121. Errata: p. . Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.This item contains 4 files (2.59 MB).Publicly Available