Multipliers
Alchemists, who pretended to multiply gold and silver. An act was
passed (2 Henry IV., c. iv.) making the “art of multiplication” felony.
In the Canterbury Tales, the Chanoun Yeman says he was reduced
to poverty by alchemy, adding: “Lo, such advantage is't to multiply.” (Prologue to Chanouncs Tale.)
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