Jena: Henr. Christoph Croker, 1696. First German trans. Vellum. Very good. 8vo. (6),785,(43)pp. Index. Title printed in red & black. Fine copper engraved frontispiece (i.e., added engraved title). Cont. vellum, somewhat soiled. First German translation of the chemical and medical lectures, apparently by Morley and other professors, at the University of Leyden. Morley was an English M. D. born about 1646. The book first appeared in Latin in 1684. This German translation has additions by Theodorus Muyckens. See Thorndike, Vol. VIII p. 152-153, and Sotheran BIBLIOTHECA CHEMICO -- MATHEMATICA, Vol. II #12151. (Inventory #: 9019)
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