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medicine “hath With his tinct gilded thee—That great,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, i. 5. 36. “Alluding to the philosopher's stone, which, by its touch, converts base metal into gold. The alchemists call the matter, whatever it be, by which they perform transmutation, a medicine ” (JOHNSON) . Walker thinks that here medicine means“physician;” but compare gilded 'em—This grand liquor that hath.

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