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Sibly, Ebenezer (d. 1800).

A Key to Physic and the Occult Sciences

London: for the author, n.d. [circa 1795]. 13 engraved plates (8 hand-colored and 4 color-printed) by Prattent and J. Pas after Dodd. 19th-century reverse calf (rebacked). Provenance: Joseph Healey, 1806 (gilt-lettered lettering piece on cover).-[Bound with:] Appendix to Culpeper's British Herbal [drop title]. 17 hand-colored engraved plates, including 8 by Barlow, J. Pass and Prattent after Dodd and others. Norman M144A. (Christie's New York)

"Astrologer, was the son of a mechanic and brother of Manoah Sibly. He early devoted himself to medicine and more especially to astrology. He studied surgery in London, and in 1792 graduated M.D. from King's College, Aberdeen. In 1790 he was residing in Ipswich, and distinguished himself at the general election by his exertions on behalf of Sir John Hadley D'Oyly, the whig member. Sibly died in London about the beginning of 1800"(Dictionary of National Biography).

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