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Baderbuchlin : Sechs kostliche Tractat, armen vnd reychen, nutzlich vnd notwendig, von Wasserbadern : Woher die selbige warm, vnd andere Wasser kalt, vnnd auss was Vrsach sy sollicher gewaltiger Krafften, das ihr Vrsprūng mit wachsender Arth ausz der Erdtglobel, gleich wie die Kreuter vnnd Bowme von ihrem Samen, mit schonem Bericht, wie mennigklich ihrs Brauchs sich Behelffen mag ... / durch den hocherfarnen Herren Theophrastum Paracelsum ; mit Fleyss vnd müe Doctor Adams von Bodenstein, zu guten neuwen jar publicirt.

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Mülhausen: Peter Schmid, 1562.
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Library copy from the Winthrop Collection; boxed with #188: Das Buch Meteororum, 1566. Inscriptions: 1st blank has No. 466 in blank ink and 38 in red pencil. 2nd blank recto: ms by John Dee and John Winthrop's commentary on the above, signed and dated July 24, 1640. An important reference to John Dee's works, including the authorship of Monas Hieroglyphica. Possibly received by John Winthrop from Arthur Dee. On verso: Wait Winthrop and 168 in pencil. Signed on t.p., above title: Johannes Dee and dated 1562; No. 466 in black ink; annotations above statement of responsibility and throughout. Imperfect, lacking F3, G4 and H3, supplied by reproduction from the copy of the library of Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia.
Baderbuchlin : Sechs kostliche Tractat, armen vnd reychen, nutzlich vnd notwendig, von Wasserbadern : Woher die selbige warm, vnd andere Wasser kalt, vnnd auss was Vrsach sy sollicher gewaltiger Krafften, das ihr Vrsprūng mit wachsender Arth ausz der Erdtglobel, gleich wie die Kreuter vnnd Bowme von ihrem Samen, mit schonem Bericht, wie mennigklich ihrs Brauchs sich Behelffen mag ... / durch den hocherfarnen Herren Theophrastum Paracelsum ; mit Fleyss vnd müe Doctor Adams von Bodenstein, zu guten neuwen jar publicirt. Library Average
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