A new booke of destillatyon of waters, called the Treasure of Euonymus, containing the wonderful…
A new booke of destillatyon of waters, called the Treasure of Euonymus, containing the wonderful hid secrets of nature, touching the most apt formes to prepare [and] destill medicines, for the conseruation of helth: as quintessence. aurum potabile, hyppocras, aromaticall wynes, balmes, oyles, perfumes, garnishing waters, [and] other manifold excellent confections. Whereunto are ioyned the forms of sondry apt furnaces, and vessels required in this act. Translated (with great diligence, [and] labour) out of Latin, by Peter Morwyng felowe of Magdaline Colledge in Oxforde. Wherunto is added a profitable table or index for the better finding of al such waters as serue aswel for medicines, as also for the principal matters or other, conteyned in the booke.
Imprinted at London : by John Day, dwellyng ouer Aldersgate, beneath Saynt Martines
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