Notice, no date (1580), by John Hester (BP184)

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Author: John Hester
Type: Notice
Date: no date [1580]
Pages: 1
Language: English
Editor: Edited by Julian Paulus
Source: John Hester: The first part of the Key of Philosophie, London: Richard Daye 1580, sig. D5v [BP184]
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If any man be disposed to haue any of the aforesaied Oyles readie made, he maie haue them at Poules wharf at the signe of the Furnases, by one Ihon Hester practisioner in the arte of distillations.

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If anyone is interested in having any of the aforementioned oils ready-made, they can find them at Paul's Wharf, at the sign of the Furnaces, by a person named John Hester who is an expert in the art of distillation.