Author:Thomas Henshaw

Thomas Henshaw
(1618–1700)

English alchemist. One of the founding members of the Royal Society.

Thomas Henshaw

WorksEdit

  • History of the Great and Renowned Monarchy of China, to which is added a History of the late Invasion and Conquest of the flourishing Kingdom of the Tartars, with an exact account of the other Affairs of China (1655), from the Italian of F. Alvarez Samedo
  • (ed.) Etymologicon Linguæ Anglicanæ (1671), by Stephen Skinner
  • "Some observations and experiments upon May-dew", Philosophical Transactions (1666) 1, Numb. 3., pp.33-36
  • "Inquiries for Ægypt", Philosophical Transactions (1666) 2, Numb. 25., pp.470-472

Works about HenshawEdit

 

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