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Distill'd from limbecks foul as hell within, adopts expressions in Barnes's vituperative sonnet (No xlix.), where, after denouncing his mistress as a 'siren,' the poet incoherently ejaculates:
Faithfully did dames and maids gather in field and garden, from early spring to chilly autumn, precious stores for their stills and limbecks.
Those who go about turning their brains into limbecks for distilling new notions in religious matters only distract the union of the Church which makes profession of this unique truth.
The climate is reasonably temperate, hotter in Summer, and colder in Winter than with us, agrees with our Constitutions better than hotter Climates, these are limbecks to our bodies, forraign heat will extract the inicard and adventitious heat consume the natural, so much more heat any man receives outwardly from the heat of the Sun so much more wants he the same inwardly, which is one reason Two Voyages to JVeiv England.
Tragaltius writes) that they can do by their extraordinary skill in physic, and some of our modern chemists by their strange limbecks, by their spells, philosopher's stones and charms.