An Extract of a Latin Epistle of Dr. Joel Langelot, Chief Physitian to the Duke of Holstein Now Regent: Wherein is Represented, That by These Three Chymical Operations, Digestion, Fermentation, and Triture, or Grinding, (Hitherto, in the Authors Opinion, Not Sufficiently Regarded) Many Things of Admirable Use May be Performed. English'd by the Publisher

Joel Langelot
Philosophical Transactions (1665-1678)
Vol. 7 (1672), pp. 5052-5059
Published by: Royal Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/100957
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An Extract of a Latin Epistle of Dr. Joel Langelot, Chief Physitian to the Duke of Holstein Now Regent: Wherein is Represented, That by These Three Chymical Operations, Digestion, Fermentation, and Triture, or Grinding, (Hitherto, in the Authors Opinion, Not Sufficiently Regarded) Many Things of Admirable Use May be Performed. English'd by the Publisher
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