Cooper, William [fl. 1675-1689].
The Philosophical Epitaph of W.C. Esquire For a Memento Mori on his Tomb-stone. With Three Hieroglyphical Scutcheons, and their Philosophical Motto's, and Explanation; with the Philosophical Mercury, Nature of Seed, and Life, and Growth of Metalls; And a Discovery of the Immortal Liquor Alchahest. The Salt of Tartar volatized, and other Elixirs, with their Differences. Also, A Brief of the Golden Calf (the World's Idol). Discovering the rarest Miracle in Nature, how by the smallest proportion of the Philosophers-Stone a great piece of common Lead was totally transmuted into the purest transplendent gold at the Hague 1666. By Jo. Fr. Helvetius. And, The Golden Ass well managed, and Midas restor'd to Reason; Or, A new Chymical Light, Demonstrating to the blind world that good Gold may be found as well in Cold as Hot Regions, and be profitably extracted out of Sand, Stones, Gravel, and Flints, &c. to be wrought by all sorts of People. Written by Jo. Rod. Glauber. With Jehior. [Aurora Sapientia,] Or, the Day-dawning or Light of Wisdom, containing the Three Principles or Original of all things; whereby are discovered the Great and many Mysteries in God, Nature, and the Elements, hitherto hid, now revealed. All published by W.C. Esquire. With a Catalogue of Chymical Books.
London, printed by T.R. and N.T. for William Cooper, at the Pellican in Little Britain, Anno Dom. 1673. [Wing C6062.]
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