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Ussher, James (1581-1656)  en
The whole works, ed. Charles Richard Elrington (Dublin : Hodges and Smith)
Vol. 8 (1650)
GB 
Vol. 9 (1650) GB 
Vol. 10 (1650) GB 
Van Helmont, Jan Baptist (1579-1644)
A ternary of paradoxes : the magnetick cure of wounds, nativity of tartar in wine, image of God in man (London : James Flesher for William Lee ..., 1650)
IA 
Varenius, August, Sr (1620-1684)
Pax Germaniae (Rostochii, 1650)
SLUB 
Psalmus Primus, integre resolutus : Quem ... In Inclyta Rostochiensium Academia Sub Moderamine ... Dn. Augusti Varenii, SS. Th. Licentiati, & Hebraeae Ling. Professoris ... Publico eruditorum examini submittit ... ad diem 6. Aprilis Henricus Müller/ Rostochiensis Auctor & Respondens (Rostochi[i] : Richelius, 1650)
SBB 
Vaughan, Thomas (1622-1695)
Anima magica abscondita or a discourse of the universall spirit of nature, with his strange, abstruse, miraculous ascent, and descent. By Eugenius Philalethes. (London : T.W. for H. B[lunden]., 1650)
EEBO-TCP 
Anima magica abscondita, or a discourse of the universall spirit of nature / By Eugenius Philalethes (London : T. W. for H. B., 1650)
e-rara 
Anima magica abscondita, or, A discourse of the universall spirit of nature : with his strange, abstruse, miraculous ascent and descent (London : T.W. for H.B., 1650)
IA 
Anthroposophia Theomagica or a Discourse of the Nature of Man and his State after Death / by Eugenius Philalethes (London : T. W. for H. Blunden at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1650)
e-rara 
Anthroposophia theomagica or A discourse of the nature of man and his state after death; grounded on his creator's proto-chimistry, and verifi'd by a practicall examination of principles in the great world. By Eugenius Philalethes. (London : T.W. for H. Blunden at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1650)
EEBO-TCP 
Anthroposophia theomagica, or, A discourse of the nature of man and his state after death : grounded on his creator's proto-chimistry and verifi'd by a practicall examination of principles in the great world (London : T.W. for H. Blunden ..., 1650)
IA 
Magia adamica or the antiquitie of magic, and the descent thereof from Adam downwards, proved. Whereunto is added a perfect, and full discoverie of the true cœlum terræ, or the magician's heavenly chaos, and first matter of all things. By Eugenius Philalethes. (London : T.W. for H. Blunden, at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1650)
EEBO-TCP 
Magia Adamica, or, The antiquitie of magic : and the descent thereof from Adam downwards, proved : whereunto is added, A perfect and full discoverie of the true coelum terrae, or, The magician's heavenly chaos, and first matter of all things (London : T.W. for H. Blunden ..., 1650)
IA 
The man-mouse taken in a trap, and tortur'd to death for gnawing the margins of Eugenius Philalethes. (Printed in London : and sold at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1650)
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