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Sir Kenelm Digby and his choice receipts

K. F. Russell

Sir Kenelm Digby and his choice receipts

by K. F. Russell

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Published by [S.n] in [Sydney] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Digby, Kenelm, -- Sir, -- 1603-1665.

  • Edition Notes

    Offprint from Australian and New Zealand journal of surgery, vol.9, no.1, 1939.

    Statementby K.F. Russell.
    SeriesAustralian and New Zealand journal of surgery -- 9, 1
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp.p.[3]-6
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20420312M

    Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by Kenelm Digby, which is now, at last, again available to you. Author of Two treatises, Of bodies, and of mans soul, Private memoirs of Sir Kenelm Digby.., Journal of a voyage into the Mediterranean by Sir Kenelm Digby, AD , A choice collection of rare chymical secrets and experiments in philosophy, Choice and experimented receipts in physick and chirurgery, The royall apologie, Observations on the stanza in the 9th canto of the 2d book of.

    'Sir Kenelm Digby was born in He was the son of Sir Everard Digby.3 He married Venetia Stanley, daughter of Sir Edward Stanley and Lady Lucy Percy, in He died on 11 June ' He lived at Goathurst, Buckinghamshire, England.1 'Child of Sir Kenelm Digby and Venetia Stanley. Digby+3; Citations. Entry for 'Digby, Sir Kexnelm,' - Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature - One of 8 Bible encyclopedias freely available, this encyclopedia, with it's nea entries and 17 millin words, dwarfs modern Bible encyclopedias with the depth of knowledge.

    It's where we meet Sir Kenelm Digby and his beautiful, but terminally vain wife, Venetia Digby (nee Stanley). Sir Kenelm, an alchemist, is quite the dabbler in all things scientific and futuristic as it turns out (including the A new favorite, I can't say enough good things about this intriguing, unique and ultimately very magical novel/5(). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Closet Of Sir Kenelm Digby, Knight, Opened at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.


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Sir Kenelm Digby and his choice receipts by K. F. Russell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Click on the article title to read : K. Russell. quaint pieces of inci- dental advice on cookery and health, was well worth reprinting. Miss Macdonell has written a very interesting introduction, in which she gives us a sketch of Sir Kenelm Digby's adven- turous life. He was born inand his Cavalier and Roman Catholic education was partly the cause of his strange career.

Though he was an accomplished courtier and man of the world, his real. His Choice and Experimented Receipts in Physick and Chirurgery had already appeared inwhich suggested to some other hanger-on of the Digby household that John Digby's consent might be obtained for printing Sir Kenelm's culinary as well as his medical note-books.

Hartman followed up this new track with persistence and profit to himself. Sir Kenelm Digby (11 July – 11 June ) was an English courtier and diplomat. He was also a highly reputed natural philosopher, astrologer and known as a leading Roman Catholic intellectual and his versatility, he is described in John Pointer's Oxoniensis Academia () as the "Magazine of all Arts and Sciences, or (as one stiles him) the Ornament of this Nation".

This proportion will serve for eight Pomos.—Sir Kenelm Digby. Choice and Experimented Receipts A POMANDER. TAKE a quarter of an ounce of Civit, a quarter and a half quarter of an ounce of Ambergreese, not half a quarter of an ounce of ye spiritt of Roses, 7 ounces of Benjamin, allmost a pound of Damask Rose-buds : Dover Publications.

Sir Kenelm Digby and His Closet By Lauren Gilbert (HERE) which referenced THE CLOSET OF SIR KENELM DIGBY KNIGHT OPENED. Having an interest in old cookbooks, I decided to look into this book and Sir Kenelm Digby himself.

What an interesting character. The following is a brief sketch of Sir Kenelm’s life, and a glance at his Closet. A dark shadow lay over his family name when, a Sir Kenelm Digby raised a fleet to sail against the enemy French in the multicultural world of the Mediterranean.

In his new book, Joe Moshenska (Faculty of English) looks at the intellectual, political and culinary life of a man driven by a thirst for knowledge. A hundred years ago, an English writer named Anne MacDonell edited and published a seventeenth-century English gentleman's cookbook called The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby, Knight, Opened.

This was a book which had first seen the light of day ina few years after Sir Kenelm's death. It seems his steward, one Hartman, had. PDF Download book, Choice And Experimented Receipts In Physick And Chirurgery, As Also Cordial And Distilled Waters And Spirits, Perfumes, And Other Curiosities, Collected By The Honourable And Truly Learned Sir Kenelm Digby PDF Online is perfect book that i have read.

The contents is exact, word structure that easy can be understood and be. The Closet Of Sir Kenelm Digby Opened: Title Page Of The First Edition To The Reader Receipts For Mead, Metheglin, And Other Drinks Cookery Receipts The Table Appendix I. Some Additional Receipts II.

The Powder Of Sympathy III. List Of The Herbs, Flowers, &c., Referred To In The Text Notes Glossary Index Of Receipts Language: English: LoC Class.

Born just after the death of Queen Elizabeth, and dying in the mids, he is a 17th-century Zelig: whenever you reach the scene of some significant cultural change, Kenelm Digby is there.

The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Kenelm Digby (Digby, Kenelm, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Digby, Kenelm, Religio Medici; With the Life of the Author; To Which is Added, Sir Kenelm Digby's Observations; Also Critical Notes Upon All the Obscure Passages Therein, Never Before Published (10th edition; Edinburgh: Printed by W.

Ruddiman, Sir Kenelm Edward Digby GCB (9 September – 21 April ) was an English lawyer and civil servant. He was Permanent Under Secretary of State at the Home Office from Digby was born in Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire, England, the son of Hon.

and Revd. Kenelm Henry Digby (–) and his wife Caroline. The Digby county family, established in Dorset, had a history of. Sir Kenelm Digby had the kind of life that makes for an interesting story - an English courtier and privateer, he travelled throughout Europe, was multi-lingual, interested in alchemy and natural philosophy, and was a naval administrator.

I really admire him for his great curiosity about the world around him, much like other great men of his time. Hartman, Sir Kenelm's steward, made an excellent project out of Digby's recipes.

His "Choice and Experimented Receipts in Physick and Chirurgery" had already appeared insuggesting that John Digby's consent might be obtained for printing both of Sir Kenelm's culinary as well as his medical note-books. This Treatise contains some of the Choicest Collections of the Famous Sir Kenelm Digby, some whereof have been wrought by his own hands, some communicated to him by Learned Men of all Nations.

I had the Honour for several years to wait upon Sir Kenelm, and to have several of his Manuscripts in my Custody.

This choice manual contains rare and profitable Secrets in Philosophy and Chemistry. Sir Kenelm Digby Knight must have been the most popular sought after raconteur in the courts of In understandable English vernacular of the time this quietly witty man details well over tongue~to~tail recipes of those s:   Kenelm enjoyed some favour at court with Queen Henrietta Maria, a French Catholic, but his family was tarnished: his father Sir Everard Digby took part, tangentially, in the Gunpowder plot, and.

Allen eventually bequeathed to his brilliant pupil his books and manuscripts, which Sir Kenelm gave to the Bodleian Library. InDigby left Oxford without a degree. By this time he was deeply in love with Venitia, the beautiful daughter of Sir Edward Stanley, Kt., of Tonge Castle, Shropshire.

Digby is known for the publication of a cookbook, The Closet of the Eminently Learned Sir Kenelme Digbie Knight Opened, but it was actually published by a close servant, from his notes, inseveral years after his death/5(3). Allen eventually bequeathed to his brilliant pupil his books and MSS., which Sir Kenelm gave to the Bodleian Library.

InDigby left Oxford without a degree. By this time he was deeply in love with Venitia, the beautiful daughter of Sir Edward Stanley, Kt., of Tonge Castle, Shropshire."Published by his son's consent." Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

Signatures: A-Q⁸ R⁴. Wing D ESTC R With: Digby, Kenelm. Choice and experimented receipts in physick and chirurgery, as also cordial and distilled waters and spirits, perfumes and other curiosities.

London: Printed for the author and are to be sold by H. BromeBound.By Michelle DiMeo, with Rebecca Laroche. Part of the appeal of old medical remedies is that many are filled with seemingly outrageous ingredients. A recipe “For deaffnesse” attributed to Sir Kenelm Digby, Fellow of the Royal Society, required one to “Take a hare new killed, Take out the bladder in which you will still find some urine soe pouer into each eare by degrees”.