Reference numberDM/5/79C
Title'Recommended to Mr Daniel Cox'
Description4 items: "To prosecute the experiments of the nature and figure of all sorts of salt"; "To make the experiment of changing water into earth, almost weight for weight"; "To produce some of that vitriol, which he affirmed to have a considerable force to freeze" and "To produce the silver powder, into which Gold had been by him transmuted".
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NA2225Coxe; Daniel (1640 - 1730); physician and natural philosopher1640 - 1730
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