2 edition of Ordinal of alchemy found in the catalog.
Ordinal of alchemy
Norton, Thomas 1477 fl.
by Published for the Early English Text Society by the Oxford University Press in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Thomas Norton"s The ordinal of alchemy|
|Series||Early English Text Society. Original series -- no. 272, Early English Text Society (Series) -- no.272|
|Contributions||Reidy, John, ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxv, 125 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||125|
The Ordinal of Alchemy is a text written by Thomas Norton, a Bristol gentleman just below the rank of Knight, who lived about to somewhere in the neighbourhood of The book is a long poem in rhymed couplets (in this similar to most of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales) in which Norton gives instruction on the recommended course to follow to advance in the understanding and practice of Alchemy. f [The Ordinal of Alchemy by Thomas Norton.] f [A large treatise on alchemy by Humfrey Lock, dedicated to "The right honorable and his singular goode lorde, Sr Will'm Cycill, Lord of Burg[h]lay [Burghley], knight of the order of the garter, and highe tresurer of England".] fv [Alchemical recipes collected by.
Science Diction: The Origin Of The Word 'Atom' The British poet and alchemist Thomas Norton used the word "attoms" in his poem, The Ordinal of Alchemy. The library where I found the Thomas Norton “Ordinal of Alchemy” book is the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia, located on Chestnut St. right across from Carpenter’s Hall in the historic district. They have an extensive collection of rare books on the history of chemistry including alchemy.
Alchemy, as a body of secret knowledge, came to be a quest for the secrets of transmuting metals and discovering the Philosopher's Stone -- "the physical vehicle for the 'divine spark' necessary to the process of transmutation" (Alchemy 50) -- but it also "stimulated all kinds of scientific progress" as the first truly experimental science. Another highlight is the first piece published, The Ordinal of Alchemy by one Thomas Norton. While heavily steeped in alchemical terms, it provides a vast chest of information regarding the alchemical process, on what to do and what not do to when practicing with the Fire of the Alchemists.
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The Ordinal of Alchemy is a text written by Thomas Norton, a Bristol gentleman just below the rank of Knight, who lived about to somewhere in the neighbourhood of The book is a long poem in rhymed couplets (in this similar to most of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales) in which Norton gives instruction on the recommended course to follow to advance in the understanding and practice.
Thomas Norton's The Ordinal of Alchemy (Early English Text Society Original Series) y First edition Edition. by J. Reidy (Editor)Format: Hardcover. The Ordinal of Alchemy was originally published inwritten by Thomas Norton. Norton was probably born in Colerne, Wiltshire (England) in He was an alchemist and poet, as well as a personal attendant of Edward IV, and a warden of Gloucester : $ The Ordinal of Alchemy by Thomas Norton The Ordinal of Alchemy | This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.
Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Thomas Norton's Ordinal of Alchemy by Thomas Norton,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(2).
The Ordinall of Alchymy, a beautifully illuminated manuscript volume, was composed by Thomas Norton (c. –) in Alchemy, concerned with the transformation of base metals into gold, was studied as a serious scientific subject throughout the 16th and 17th centuries.
Ordinal of alchemy. [Thomas Norton; John Reidy] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Norton; John Reidy.
Find more information about: ISBN:. Let him not waste time and trouble on divers methods of procedure, but let him follow the directions of this Book, which is called the "Ordinal of Alchemy," the Crede-mihi, an everlasting standard.
For as the Ordinal instructs the presbyters concerning the ministry of the days which they must observe, so all the true and useful teaching of ill-digested books on Alchemy is here set forth in proper order. Thomas Norton's Ordinal of alchemy. London ; New York: Published for the Early English Text Society by the Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Norton; John Reidy.
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The person using the. Fine in Very Good dust jacket. DJ has edgewear with wear to corners and spine ends. DJ has rubbing in places causing colour loss.; Early English Text Society No. ; pages; Norton's Ordinal of Alchemy, being a defence of alchemy as arcane and sacred and warning against imposters, edited by John Reidy.
Contact This Seller. This book starts with a decent introduction to alchemy from a historic perspective. I bought the book because of the nice illustrations and photos of common chemical apparatus.
Once you get past the history, the book descends into hippy land where one needs to be an uneducated Middle Ages inhabitant who believes in astrology and other such /5.
Thomas Norton's Ordinal of Alchemy. Oxford: Early English Text Society / Oxford University Press, First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Octavo. lxxvi + pp. Gilt decorated brown linen, frontis.
Glossary & index. 'Early English Text Society No. Thomas Norton (alchemist) Thomas Norton (d. ) was an English poet and alchemist best known for his alchemical poem, The Ordinal of ality: English.
In 19 libraries. Alchemy.; Dee, John, ; Early works. I.—THE CHEMICAL TREATISE of Thomas Norton, the Englishman, called Believe-Me, or The Ordinal of Alchemy.
II.—THE TESTAMENT OF CREMER, Abbot of Westminster and Brother of the Benedictine Order. III.-THE NEW CHEMICAL LIGHT, Drawn from the Fountain of Nature and of Manual Experience.
By Michael Sendivogius. This chapter considers selections from Norton’s The Ordinal of Alchemy and Gower’s Confessio Amantis (alongside images from manuscripts) to explore the ways Latin was used and visually Author: David Hadbawnik.
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He is known as the author of the Ordinal of Alchemy (), an alchemical poem of around lines. According to Jonathan Hughes, Norton was born in Colne. Title: The Ordinal of Alchemy by Thomas Norton of Bristoll Author: E.
Ashmole Subject: Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd ; Created Date: 6/29/ PM.BookReviews JOHN REIDY (editor), Thomas Norton's Ordinal of alchemy, London, Oxford University Press,8vo, pp. lxxv,illus.,£ Thefamous bookbyThomasNorton (? or ) onalchemy exists in thirty-one manuscript copies and Mr.
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