William Yworth

William Yworth aka William Yarworth aka Cleidophorus Mystagogus

Netherlands/ England @ 1650/1660 - 1710

Alchemy, patient medicine chemists, distillers of gin,




Isaac Newton; his son Theophrastus Yworth;




Introitus apertus ad artem distillationis; or the Whole Art of Distillation, 1692 & Chymicvs rationalis: or, The fundamental grounds of the chymical art rationally stated and demonstrated, by various examples in distillation, rectification, and exaltation of vinor spirits, tinctures, oyls, salts, powers, and oleosums … In all which the chymical doctrines are illustrated upon a new hypothesis or spagirick course, composed agreeable to practical philosophy, and the best authority of art, for mysteries treated of by Cartes, Starkey, Sulvius, Glauber, Helmont, Paracelsus, and others … In which is contained, a philosophical description of the astrum lunare microcosmicum, or phospheros …, 1692 & Trifertes Sagani Or Immortal Dissolvent - Being a Brief but Candid Discourse of the Matter and Manner of Preparing the Liquor Alkahest of Helmont, the great Hilech of Paracelsus, the Sal Circulatum Minus of Ludovicus de Comitibus: or Our Fiery Spirit of the Four Element & A philosophical epistle, discovering the unrevealed mystery of the three fires of the Sophi & Mercury's caducean rod: or, the great and wonderful office of the universal Mercury, or God's vicegerent, displayed, 1704 ; Chymicus Rationalis: Or the Fundamental Grounds of the Chymical Art;

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