Enquiry into the Authorship of the Ordinall of Alchimy

@article{Nierenstein1932EnquiryIT,
  title={Enquiry into the Authorship of the Ordinall of Alchimy},
  author={Maximilian Nierenstein and Patrick Chapman},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1932},
  volume={18},
  pages={290 - 321}
}
ed by WADLEY (92) and no. 5 has been published in full by BICKLEY(93). The Great Red Book is now being prepared for publication by Dr. W. W. VEALE, Lecturer in Law in this University. We take this opportunity of thanking Dr. VEALE for the generous manner in which he has put his knowledge and information at our disposal. We have, with the aid of these works and also with the help of ADAMS'S Chronicle of Bristol (94), (9I) RICART, The Maire of Bristowe is Kalendar, edited by L. T. SMITH, London… 
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