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Die naturliche Magie : aus allerhand belustigenden und nutzlichen Kunststucken bestehend / zusammengetragen von Johann Christian Wiegleb.

Die naturliche Magie : aus allerhand belustigenden und nutzlichen Kunststucken bestehend / zusammengetragen von Johann Christian Wiegleb.

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A much-expanded and modernized version of Johann Nikolalus Martinus's work Dissertatio inauguralis physico-medica, de magia naturali, ejusque usu medico ad magice et magica curandum (Erfurt, 1700, 44 p.). It was updated in 1779 by Wiegleb, and the 2nd ed. was published in 1782. Cf. J. Ferguson. Bibliotheca chemica, v. 2, p. 547-548.
"Erster Band".
Signatures: pi² *⁶ 2*⁶(-2*6) a-c⁸ A-2F⁸2G².
Includes index.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
LC copy has the ink stamp of H. Houdini.
LAC ecr 2018-08-21
LC Review of LAC Completed/Approved 2018-08-29

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01/01/1789
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Wiegleb, Johann Christian, 1732-1800.
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