APA Citation

Helvetius, J. F. (1670). The golden calf which the world adores and desires: In which is handled the most rare and incomparable wonder of nature in transmuting metals, viz, how the intire substance of lead was in one moment transmuted into gold-obrizon with an exceeding small particle of the true philosophick stone. London: Printed for John Starkey ....

Chicago Style Citation

Helvetius, Johann Friedrich. The Golden Calf Which the World Adores and Desires: In Which Is Handled the Most Rare and Incomparable Wonder of Nature in Transmuting Metals, Viz, How the Intire Substance of Lead Was in One Moment Transmuted Into Gold-obrizon With an Exceeding Small Particle of the True Philosophick Stone. London: Printed for John Starkey ..., 1670.

MLA Citation

Helvetius, Johann Friedrich. The Golden Calf Which the World Adores and Desires: In Which Is Handled the Most Rare and Incomparable Wonder of Nature in Transmuting Metals, Viz, How the Intire Substance of Lead Was in One Moment Transmuted Into Gold-obrizon With an Exceeding Small Particle of the True Philosophick Stone. London: Printed for John Starkey ..., 1670.

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