John Everard è l’autore della prima traduzione inglese del Corpus Hermeticum, nota con il titolo di The Divine Pymander. E’ stato un pensatore ermetico, neoplatonico, alchimista e sostenitore del familismo.
I) John Everard, The divine Pymander of Hermes Mercurius Triʃmegiʃtus in XVII. books. Tranʃlated formerly out of the Arabick into Greek, and thence into Latine, and Dutch, and now out of the original into Engliʃh; by that learned divine Doctor Everard,
London 1650, Robert White, for Tho. Brewʃter, and Greg. Moule, at the Three Bibles in the Poultrey, under Mildreds Church, pp. 215, 8º.
Bethesda, The National Library of Medicine: 2363012R.
Champaign, The University of Illinois: IUA06629.
Glasgow, The University of Glasgow: Sp Coll Ferguson Ag-f.53.
Jerusalem, The National Library of Israel: 0= 2011 D 1853.
London, The British Library: E.1344.(2.).
Los Angeles, UCLA Library: BF1598 .H55E 1650 *.
Manchester, John Rylands Library: R21436.
Munich, Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität Münche.https://opac.ub.uni-muenchen.de/TouchPoint/start.do?Language=de&View=sun...
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek.https://opacplus.bsb-muenchen.de/title/BV022772720
New Haven, Yale University: Gfh45 Pg650.
Oklahoma, Bizzell Memorial Library, History of Science Collections Vault.
Saint’s John, Queen Elizabeth II Library Vault: BF1598 .H6 P6313 1650.https://archive.org/details/hermetica/mode/2uphttps://archive.org/details/b30329619/page/n11/mode/2uphttps://archive.org/details/HermesTrismegistusTheDivinePymander1650/mode...
II) John Everard, Hermes Mercurius Triʃmegiʃtus, His Divine Pymander, in Seventeen Books: Together with His Second Book, Called Aʃclepius; Containing Fifteen Chapters, with a Commentary. Translated Formerly Out of the Arabick Into Greek, and Thence Into Latine and Dutch, and Now Out of the Original Into English; by that Learned Divine Dr. Everard, London 1657, printed by J. S. for Thomas Brewʃter, at the Three Bibles in Paul’s Church Yard, near the Weʃt End, pp. 373, 12°.
Amsterdam, Universiteit van Amsterdam: OK 62-6141.
Baltimore, The George Peabody Library: 133 H553 1657 DUODECIMO.
Champaign, The University of Illinois: 186.4 H42PEE1657.
Glasgow, The University of Glasgow: Sp Coll Ferguson Ai-g.25.
Jerusalem, The National Library of Israel: 0= 2011 D 1852.
London, The British Library: 8460.aa.15.https://books.google.it/books?id=3-YPAq1Gt2oC&dq=the%20divine%20pymander...https://books.google.it/books?id=cWacSrGmx4cC&dq=the+divine+pymander+joh...
Madison, Memorial Library: Thordarson T 1940.
Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek.https://opacplus.bsb-muenchen.de/title/BV022734527
New York, New York Public Library: SASB M1.
Philadelphia, The Donald F & Mildred Topp Othmer Library of Chemical History: BF1410 .H47613 1657.
Providence, Brown University Library: BF1598 .H524 1657.
Tucson, The University of Arizona: BF1598 .H53 1657.
III) John Everard , Hermes Mercurius Trismegistus, his divine Pymander in seventeen books, together with his second book called Asclepius; containing fifteen chapters, with a commentary. Translated formerly out of the Arabick into Greek, and thence into Latine, and Dutch, and now out of the original into English by that learned divine Dr. Everard. London 1660(?), printed by J. S. for Thomas Brewster, at the Three Bibles in Paul’s Church Yard, near the west end, pp. 300.
London, Wellcome Library: Closed stores WMS 4 MS.2831.
IV) John Everard, The divine Pymander of Hermes Mercurius Trismegistus in XVII. books. Translated formerly out of the Arabick into Greek, and thence into Latine, and Dutch, and now out of the original into English; by that learned divine Doctor Everard,
London 1649, Robert White, for Tho. Brewster, and Greg. Moule, at the Three Bibles in the Poultrey, under Mildreds Church.
London, The British Library. Il sito non riporta indicazioni di collocamento.
Dublin, Library of Trinity College. Wing (CD-ROM, 1996) H1565, Thomason E.1344
I) TheDivine Pymander... in 17 books. Translated... by... Doctor Everard. Reprinted from the edition of 1650.
Whittlesey: J. Green, [1850?]
London, The British Library. 08631.f.88.
II) H. Jennings, The Divine Pymander of Hermes Mercurius Trismegistus. Translated from the Arabic by Dr. Everard. [1650.] With introduction and preliminary essay.
London; Bath printed: G. Redway, 1884. Andesite Press, 2015