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Delusions and Madness of Crowds


Alain Delisle, 102;
Arnold de Villeneuve, with portrait, 103;
receipt for the elixir vitæ ascribed to him, 103;
Pietro d’Apone, 104;
Raymond Lulli, with portrait, 105;
Roger Bacon, 110;
Pope John XXII., 111;
Jean de Meung, 112;
Nicholas Flamel, 113;
George Ripley, 118;
Basil Valentine, 119;
Bernard of Treves, 119;
Trithemius, 124;
Maréchal de Rays, 125;
Jacques Cœur, 132;
inferior adepts of the 14th and 15th centuries, 135;
progress of the infatuation in the 16th and 17th
centuries, 137-189;
Augurello, 137;
Cornelius Agrippa, with portrait, 138;
Paracelsus, with portrait, 142;
George Agricola, 145;
Denis Zachaire, 146;
Dr. Dee, with portrait, and Edward Kelly, 152;
Dr. Dee’s “Shewstone” (engraving), 154;
the Cosmopolite, 163;
the Rosicrucians, 167;
Jacob Böhmen, 177;
Mormius, 178;
Borri, 179;
inferior Alchymists of the 17th century, 185;
their impositions, 188;
Alchymy since that period, 189-220;
Jean Delisle, 189;
Albert Aluys, 197;
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