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Herbert Stanley Redgrove's Biography (Books)

Herbert Stanley Redgrove (1887-1943) was a chemist who helped to form the Alchemical Society in London. His works include: On the Calculation of Thermo-Chemical Constants (1909), Alchemy: Ancient and Modern (1911), A Mathematical Theory of Spirit (1912), Experimental Mensuration (1912), The Magic of Experience (1916), Bygone Beliefs (1920), Purpose and Transcendentalism (1920) and Roger Bacon (1920).

Herbert Stanley Redgrove Bibliography:


- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: Alchemy : ancient and modern : being a brief account of the alchemistic doctrines and their relations to mysticism and to recent discoveries in physical science : together with some particulars regarding lives and teachings of the most noted alchemists. (London : W. Rider & Son, 1922)
- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: Alchemy: Ancient and Modern: Being a Brief Account of the Alchemistic Doctrines, and: Their Relations, to Mysticism on the One Hand, and... (Gutenberg ebook)
- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: Bygone beliefs, being a series of excursions in the byways of thought, (London : W. Rider, 1920)
- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: Experimental mensuration; an elementary test-book of inductive geometry, (New York, Van Nostrand, 1913)
- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: Joseph Glanvill and psychical research in the seventeenth century, (London, W. Rider & son, ltd., 1921), also by I. M. L. Redgrove
- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: The journal of the Alchemical Society. (London : published for the Society by H.K. Lewis, [1913]-1915), also by Alchemical Society
- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: The magic of experience; a contribution to the theory of knowledge, (London [etc.] J.M. Dent & sons ltd.; New York, E.P. Dutton & co., 1915)
- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: On the calculation of thermo-chemical constants. (London : Arnold, 1909)
- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: Purpose and transcendentalism; an exposition of Swedenborg's philosophical doctrines in relation to modern thought, by H. Stanley Redgrove. (London : Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, [1920])
- Redgrove, H. Stanley (Herbert Stanley), 1887-1943: Roger Bacon, the father of experimental science and medi?val occultism, by H. Stanley Redgrove... (London, W. Rider & son, ltd., 1920)

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