2 edition of An antidote of rare physick found in the catalog.
An antidote of rare physick
1685 by Printed for J[onah]. Deacon, at the Angel in Guiltsput street in [London] .
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2380:12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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An antidote of rare physick: No rarer thing that you can find, to cure a discontented mind ; a contented mind it is most rare, if you serve the Lord and stand in fear: and let no want nor poverty, disquiet your mind, I tell to ye ; for God hath all things still in store, if you have content you need no more The tune is, No love like a contented mind: or, Phancies Phenix.
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3 2 Wesley’s reply to Antidote  (28 Dec. “To the Printer of the Gazetteer.”The Gazetteer and New Daily Advertiser (1 Jan.
), 2. Dec. 28, Between twenty and thirty editions of the Primitive Physic (or, a rational and easy Method of curing most Diseases) have been published either in. Welcome to the website of Michael Laird Rare Books. [American Embossed Leather Bindings]. The Cottage Bible and Family Expositor.
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The Draught of Living Death is an extremely powerful sleeping draught, sending the drinker into a deathlike slumber.
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Jack R. McMichael papers, Call Number: Manuscript Collection No. An antidote of rare physick book, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University. Collection Description. A Touchstone for Physick,typewritten pages.
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During the Great Plague of London (), William Winstanley veered from his better known roles as arbiter of success and failure in his works of biography or as a comic author under the pseudonym Poor Robin, and instead engaged with his reading audience as a plague writer in the rare book The Christians Refuge: Or Heavenly Antidotes Against the Plague in this Time of Generall Contagion to Cited by: 1.
The sixth book of Practical physick Of occult or hidden diseases; in nine parts Part I. An antidote of rare physick book diseases from occult qualities in general.
Part. Of occult, malignant, and venemous diseases arising from the internal fault of the humors. Part III. Of occult diseases from water, air, and infections, and of infectious diseases.
Part IV. Of the. Full text of "A choice manual: or, An antidote of rare physick book and select secrets in physick and chirurgery" See other formats.
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During the Great Plague of London (), William Winstanley veered from his better known roles as arbiter of success and failure in his works of biography or as a comic author under the pseudonym Poor Robin, and instead engaged with his reading audience as a plague writer in the rare book The Christians Refuge: Or Heavenly Antidotes Against the Plague in this Time of Generall Cited by: 1.
The craft and frauds of physick expos'd. [electronic resource]: The very low prices of the best medicines discover'd. The costly preparations now in greatest esteem, condemn'd.
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The first is by an uncertain author, stating that the book is the compilation of three hands and is in imitation of the Book of Solomon. The second prologue is by Jesus, the son of Sirach and grandchild to Jesus of the same name, who had read the law and the prophets and other books of the fathers, and had been drawn himself to write something.
This is the most complete and profuse book on this Secret Order ever written. Ashmole was the mystery man of his day and was initiated into many secret societies. This is an extremely rare book and took us over 5 years to find. pages, ISBN$ Full text of "Synopsis medicinae: or, A summary view of the whole practice of physick.
Being the sentiments of the most celebrated authors in all ages, relating to diseases, their causes and cures. With most cases in surgery and midwifery. To which are added, some observations very rare and uncommon, and a curious treatise on all sorts of poisons.
Choice and rare experiments in physick and chirurgery, or, A discovery of most approved medicines for the curing of most diseases incident to the body of men, women, and of children together with an antidotary of experiments never before published / found out by the studie and experience of Thomas Collins, student in physick neer the city of.
During the civil war and Commonwealth periods, food discourse was an important political tool for both royalists and parliamentarians. Royalist allegiance was frequently coded through positive allusion to food, dining, and other traditional rituals, while the stereotypical focus of parliamentary puritans settled on fasting rather than feasting.1Although food was a symbol of political identity.
Elizabeth Talbot Grey’s recipes for “Gascon’s Powder” There are four recipes for cure-all powders given in Elizabeth Talbot Grey’s book, A Choice Manual of Rare and Select Secrets in Physick and Chyrurgery Collected and Practised by the Right Honorable, the Countesse of Kent, Late Deceased: the three versions of “Gascon’s Powder” given below (nos.
1, 2, and 3) and the recipe. 3. Quotation from W S. Clippindale, ‘A Medical Roll of Honour: Physicians and Surgeons who Remained in London during the Great Plague’, British Medical Journal (6 Feb.
), –3. See also W. Bell, The Great Plague of London in (), 87, 97; Ole Peter Grell, ‘Conflicting Duties: Plague and the Obligations of Early Modern Physicians Towards Patients and Cited by: ENCHIRIDION MEDICUM: OR A MANUAL OF PHYSICK.
BEING A Compendium of the whole Art, in Three Parts. viz. Of Diseases of the Head. Of Diseases of the Breast. III. Of Diseases of the Belly. Wherein is briefly shewed, 1. The Names. The Derivation. The Causes. The Signs. The Prognosticks. And 6. A rational method of Cure.
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A century before botany swung open the backdoor to science for Victorian women and ignited the craze for herbaria — none more enchanting than the adolescent Emily Dickinson’s forgotten herbarium — a Scottish woman by the name of Elizabeth Blackwell (–) published, against all cultural odds, an ambitious and scrumptiously illustrated guide to medicinal plants, titled A Curious.
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The following entries are in the order that Harrison catalogued them, with their appropriate Harrison-number. An antidote to other medical treatments, such as mercury, arsenic, and opium. Other than bleeding, surgeries were very rare, since everyone knew the dangers of infection although they did not know how infections were passed.
So John titled his health care book “Primitive Physick.”. Thomas Jordan (?) was an English poet and pamphleteer. Jordan was born in London aboutand was bred a player where, when still a boy, he played at the Red Bull Theatre, Clerkenwell, in his majesty's revels company.
In he performed the part of Lepida in Richards's play, Messalina. introduction. Ineighteen years after its original publication, Samuel Pufendorf’s De officio hominis et civis appeared in English translation in London, bearing the title The Whole Duty of Man, According to the Law of Nature.
This translation, by Andrew Tooke (–), professor of geometry at Gresham College, passed largely unaltered through two subsequent editions, in and. Early modern patients diagnosed with cancer were positioned at the centre of debates about gender, the nature of disease, anatomy and the humours.
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