A compleat body of chymistry: vvherein is contained whatsoever is necessary for the attaining to…
A compleat body of chymistry: vvherein is contained whatsoever is necessary for the attaining to the curious knowledge of this art; comprehending in general the whole practice thereof: and teaching the most exact preparation of animals, vegetables and minerals, so as to preserve their essential vertues. Laid open in two books, and dedicated to the use of all apothecaries, &c. By Nicasius le Febure, Royal Professor in Chymistry to His Majesty of England, and Apothecary in Ordinary to his honourable houshold. Fellow of the Royal Society. Rendred into English, by P.D.C. Esq; one of the gentlemen of His Majesties Privy-Chamber. Part. I. Corrected and amended; with the additions of the late French copy.
London : printed for O. Pulleyn Junior, and are to be sold by John Wright at the sign of the Globe in Little-Brittain, 1670.
Chimie théorique et pratique.