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Natvrall and artificiall conclvsions : compiled first in Latine, by the worthiest and best authors, both of the famous University of Padua in Italy, and divers other places : Englished since, and set forth by Thomas Hill, Londoner, whose own experiments in this kinde, were held most excellent : and now againe published, with a new addition of rarities, for the practise of sundry artificers; as also to recreate wits withall at vacant times.

Natvrall and artificiall conclvsions : compiled first in Latine, by the worthiest and best authors, both of the famous University of Padua in Italy, and divers other places : Englished since, and set forth by Thomas Hill, Londoner, whose own experiments in this kinde, were held most excellent : and now againe published, with a new addition of rarities, for the practise of sundry artificers; as also to recreate wits withall at vacant times.

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Naturall and artificiall conclusions
Creator: Hill, Thomas, b. ca. 1528 Bell, Jane, printer
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Date: 1650 [i.e. 1649]
Publisher: Printed by Iane Bell, dwelling at the East end of Christs-Church,
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BEIN 2004 1480: No. 4 of 5 works bound together with binder's title: Albertus Magnus. Ms. table of contents on front paste-down. Autograph: C. Cobb. Bookseller's label: C.S. Francis & Co. ... New York.
Final p. blank.
Signatures: A-G⁸.
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[112] p. ;
15 cm. (8vo)
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Object ID: 11870035
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