|into Earth in a certain Distillation of Spirit of Wine and Oyl of Vitriol. I say, This excellent Gentleman hath by Experiments rare and new about these Subjects, made it evidently appear, That the internal motions, configuration, and posture of the parts, are all that is necessary for alterations and diversities of Bodies; and consequently, That substantial Forms and real Qualities are needless and precarious Beings.|
A further Account of what that Gen
tleman of Honour hath by him,
not yet publish'd, for the Advan
tage and Improvement of Real
Knowledge. The Reasons we have
to hope great Things from the Roy
These, Sir, are some brief and general Hints of those great things this incomparable Person hath done for the information and benefit of Men; besides
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Publication information: Book title: Plus Ultra:Or, the Progress and Advancement of Knowledge since the Days of Aristotle (1668). Contributors: Joseph Glanvill - Author. Publisher: Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints. Place of publication: Gainesville, FL. Publication year: 1958. Page number: 102.
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