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The

Sceptical Chymist:

or

Chymico-Physical

Doubts & Paradoxes,

Touching the

Experiments

Whereby

Vulgar Spagyrists

Are wont to Endeavour to Evince their

SALT, SULPHUR

and

Mercury,

to be

The True Principles of Things.

To which this Edition are subjoyn'd divers Experiments and Notes about the Producibleness of Chymical Principles.


Oxford,

Printed by Henry Hall for Ric. Davis and B. Took at the Ship in St. Pauls Church. Yard. 1680.