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A35663 The Levellers designe discovered, or, The anatomie of the late unhappie mutinie presented unto the souldiery of the army vnder the command of His Excellency the Lord Fairfax, for prevention of the like in others / written by Henry Denne ... Denne, Henry, 1606 or 7-1660? 1649 (1649) Wing D1021; ESTC R4711 5,663 10 View Text
A52847 A treatise of consumptions in which their nature, causes and symptoms are briefly explained, and a new and extraordinary method by specifick medicines is proposed for the cure of consumptions, even such as proceed from ulcers of the lungs / by Thomas Nevett ... Nevett, Thomas. 1697 (1697) Wing N501B; ESTC R42197 10,928 85 View Text
A39240 Approved medicines of little cost, to preserve health and also to cure those that are sick provided for the souldiers knap-sack and the country mans closet / written by Richard Elkes, Gent. ... Elkes, Richard. 1651 (1651) Wing E536; ESTC R20307 17,617 49 View Text
A28818 A summary or compendium of the life of the most famous philosopher Renatus Descartes written originally in Latin by Peter Borellus ... ; to which is also added an epitome of his life by Marcus Zurius Boxbornius ...; Vitae Renati Cartesii sumi philosophi compendium. English Borel, Pierre, 1620?-1671.; Boxhorn, Marcus Zuerius, 1612-1653. 1670 (1670) Wing B3754; ESTC R4101 18,196 116 View Text
A33286 Vermiculars destroyed with an historical account of worms, collected from the best authors as well ancient as modern, and expe[r]iments [pr]oved by that admirable invention of the microscope : with directions for the taking those most famous medicines, intituled Pulvis Benedictus, &c. : also diagnostick signs of worms and signs of health in children, with the various causes of vermiculars / by R.C., chymist ... R. C. (R. Clark) 1690 (1690) Wing C4484; ESTC R39983 18,229 31 View Text
A21158 The cure of all sorts of fevers both generall, and particular, with their definition, kindes, differences, causes, signes, prognostication, and manner of cure, with a prespectation, their intentions curative, with their symptoms, and divers other things herein very necessarie to be judiciously observed in every fever. Lately compiled by Ed. Edvvards Doctor in Physick. Ann. Dom. 1637. Edwards, Edward, doctor in physick. 1638 (1638) STC 7512; ESTC S100248 18,373 64 View Text
A02440 VVork for chimny-sweepers: or A warning for tabacconists Describing the pernicious vse of tabacco, no lesse pleasant then profitable for all sorts to reade. Philaretes, fl. 1602.; Hind, John, fl. 1596-1606.; I. H., fl. 1602. 1602 (1602) STC 12571; ESTC S103588 23,701 50 View Text
A37451 Thesaurus remediorum a treasury of choice medicines internall and externall, exactly composed according to art, peculiarly and properly fitted and appointed against the infirmities of the principall parts of mans body ... / by Julius Degravere ; whereunto is added diagnostic signs to know the temperament and constitution of each body ... Degravere, Julius. 1662 (1662) Wing D857; ESTC R29706 24,299 50 View Text
A35400 Two treatises, the first of blood-letting and the diseases to be cured thereby, the second of cupping and scarifying, and the diseases to be cured thereby by Nich. Culpeper, Gent., M. Ruland, and Abdiah Cole ... Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654.; Ruland, Martin, 1532-1602.; Cole, Abdiah, ca. 1610-ca. 1670. 1663 (1663) Wing C7550; ESTC R22526 30,415 98 View Text
A33709 A physico medical essay concerning alkaly and acid so far as they have relation to the cause or cure of distempers : wherein is endeavoured to be proved that acids are not (as is generally and erroneously supposed) the cause of all or most distempers, but that alkalies are : together with an account of some distempers and the medicines with their preparations proper to be used in the cure of them : as also a short digression concerning specifick remedies / by John Colbatch. Colbatch, John, Sir, 1670-1729. 1696 (1696) Wing C5003; ESTC R26032 33,359 174 View Text
B06150 Tarrugo unmasked, or an Answer to a late pamphlet intituled, Apollo mathematicus by George Hepburn, M.D., and member of the Colledge of Phisicians at Edinburgh ... To which is added by Doctor Pitcairne, The theory of the internal diseases of the eye demonstrated mathematically. Hepburn, George.; Pitcairn, Archibald, 1652-1713. Theoria morborum oculi succincte demonstrate. 1695 (1695) Wing T169; ESTC R219128 34,296 74 View Text
A02409 Gutta podrica: a treatise of the gout The severall sorts thereof. VVhat diet is good for such as are troubled therewith. And some approved medicines and remedies for the same. Perused by P.H. Dr. in Physick. Holland, Philemon, 1552-1637.; Holland, William, 1592-1632. 1633 (1633) STC 12539; ESTC S103571 36,467 56 View Text
A62018 Ephemeri vita, or, The natural history and anatomy of the Ephemeron, a fly that lives but five hours written originally in Low-Dutch by Jo. Swammerdam ...; Ephemeri vita. English Swammerdam, Jan, 1637-1680.; Tyson, Edward, 1650-1708. 1681 (1681) Wing S6233; ESTC R3239 37,691 72 View Text
A86079 The anatomical exercises of Dr. William Harvey professor of physick, and physician to the Kings Majesty, concerning the motion of the heart and blood. [Part 3] Two anatomical exercitations concerning the circulation of the blood to John Riolan the son ... With the preface of Zachariah Wood physician of Roterdam. To which is added Dr. James De Back his Discourse of the heart, physician in ordinary to the town of Roterdam. Harvey, William, 1578-1657. 1653 (1653) Wing H1083_pt3; Thomason E1477_2; ESTC R20704_pt3 39,257 87 View Text
A40678 Mixt contemplations in better times by Thomas Fuller ... Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661. 1660 (1660) Wing F2451; ESTC R7395 42,203 158 View Text
A11278 The sicke vvomans private looking-glasse wherein methodically are handled all uterine affects, or diseases arising from the wombe; enabling women to informe the physician about the cause of their griefe· By Iohn Sadler, Doctor in Physicke at Norwich. Sadler, John, 1615-1674.; Droeshout, John, d. 1652, engraver. 1636 (1636) STC 21544; ESTC S116338 43,151 302 View Text
A30711 Two treatises the one medical, Of the gout and its nature more narrowly search'd into than hitherto, together with a new way of discharging the same / by Herman Busschof ; the other partly chirurgical, partly medical containing Some observations and practices relating both to some extraordinary cases of women in travel, and to some other uncommon cases of diseases in both sexes by Henry Van Roonhuysen ... ; Englished out of Dutch by a careful hand. Busschof, Hermann. Of the gout.; Busschof, Hermann. Of the gout and its nature more narrowly search'd into than hitherto, together with a new way of discharging the same.; Busschof, Hermann. Gout more narrowly searcht and found out, together with the certain cure thereof.; Busschof, Hermann. Podagra, nader als oyt nagevorst enytgevonden. 1676 (1676) Wing B6257; ESTC R11109 43,328 152 View Text
A26645 Mirabile pecci, or, The non-such wonder of the peak in Darby-shire discovered in a full, though succinct and sober, narrative of the more than ordinary parts, piety and preservation of Martha Taylor, one who hath been supported in time above a year in by H.A. H. A. 1669 (1669) Wing A9; ESTC R13065 43,707 98 View Text
A43859 The aphorismes of Hippocrates, prince of physitians with a short comment on them taken out of those larger notes of Galen, Heurnius, Fuchsius, &c. : with an exact table shewing the substance of every aphorisme.; Aphorisms. English Hippocrates.; Galen.; Heurne, Johan van, 1543-1601.; Fuchs, Leonhart, 1501-1566.; Soranus, of Ephesus.; S. H. 1655 (1655) Wing H2071; ESTC R13229 45,045 404 View Text
A48261 The art of physick made plain & easie by the learned D. Fambresarius ... ; translated out of his famous book De schola medecin by J.P.; Scholae medicae. English La Framboisière, Nicholas Abraham de, b. 16th cent. 1684 (1684) Wing L179; ESTC R35413 45,594 151 View Text
A26131 A discourse shewing the nature of the gout with directions to such remedies as will immediately take away the pain ... : and also helps for palsies, plurisies, cholick, convulsions in limbs ... : with receipts and directions for the cure of the king's evil and other diseases / by W. Atkins. Atkins, William. 1694 (1694) Wing A4125; ESTC R28312 46,595 146 View Text
A90352 New anatomical experiments of John Pecquet of Deip. By which the hitherto unknown receptacle of the chyle, and the transmission from thence to the subclavial veins by the now discovered lacteal chanels of the thorax, is plainly made appear in brutes. As also an anatomical dissertation of the motion of blood and chyle. Together with the further description of the same lacteal chanels newly discovered in the body of man as well as brutes. Being an anatomical historie, publickly propos'd by Thomas Bartoline, Dr. and Reg. Professor both in Physick and Anatomy, to Michael Lysere, answering. Pecquet, Jean, 1622-1674.; Bartholin, Thomas, 1616-1680. De lacteis thoracicis et vasis lymphaticiis. English.; Lyser, Michael, 1626-1659. 1653 (1653) Wing P1045; Wing B975; Thomason E1521_1; Thomason E1521_2; ESTC R208578 48,347 178 View Text
A05064 A uery brefe treatise, ordrely declaring the pri[n]cipal partes of phisick that is to saye: thynges natural. Thynges not naturall. Thynges agaynst nature. Gathered, and sette forth by Christopher Langton. Langton, Christopher, 1521-1578. 1547 (1547) STC 15205; ESTC S121147 48,372 190 View Text
A21157 The analysis of chyrurgery being the theorique and practique thereof. Briefly composed for the benefit of all those who desire the knoledge of this worthy profession. By the paines and industry of Ed: Edwards Doctor in Physicke. Edwards, Edward, doctor in physick. 1636 (1636) STC 7511; ESTC S118569 49,776 120 View Text
A28881 A treatise concerning the heat of the blood and also of the use of the lungs / by Richard Boulton. Boulton, Richard, b. 1676 or 7. 1698 (1698) Wing B3832; ESTC R30306 49,986 232 View Text
A43024 A theoretical and chiefly practical treatise of fevors wherein it's made evident that the modern practice of curing continual fevors is dangerous and very unsuccessful : hereunto are added several important observations and cures of malignant fevors not inserted in the former impression / written in Latin by Gideon Harvey ... ; now rendered into English by J.T. and surveyed by the author.; De febribus tractatus theoreticus et practicus praecipue. English Harvey, Gideon, 1640?-1700?; J. T. 1674 (1674) Wing H1076; ESTC R23411 50,974 135 View Text
A04785 A defensatiue against the plague contayning two partes or treatises: the first, shewing the meanes how to preserue vs from the dangerous contagion thereof: the second, how to cure those that are infected therewith. Whereunto is annexed a short treatise of the small poxe: shewing how to gouerne and helpe those that are infected therewith. Published for the loue and benefit of his countrie by Simon Kellwaye Gentleman. Kellwaye, Simon. 1593 (1593) STC 14917; ESTC S109245 51,054 114 View Text
A03123 The pearle of practise, or Practisers pearle, for phisicke and chirurgerie. Found out by I. H. (a spagericke or distiller) amongst the learned obseruations and prooued practises of many expert men in both faculties. Since his death it is garnished and brought into some methode by a welwiller of his Hester, John, d. 1593.; Fourestier, James. 1594 (1594) STC 13253; ESTC S118051 51,314 99 View Text
A43860 The eight sections of Hippocrates Aphorismes review'd and rendred into English, according to the translation of Anutius Foesius ; digested into an exact and methodical form and divided into several convenient distinctions, and every distinction into several chapters, wherein every aphorisme is reduced to its proper subject, whereby the reader may find out any desired aphorisme without the tedious revolution of the whole work ; wherein also many aphorismes are significantly interpreted which were neglected in the former translation.; Aphorisms. English Hippocrates.; Foës, Anuce, 1528-1595. 1665 (1665) Wing H2072; ESTC R21546 51,326 176 View Text
A59200 The sixth book of Practical physick Of occult or hidden diseases; in nine parts Part I. Of diseases from occult qualities in general. Part. II. 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 venereal pox. Part V. Of outward poysons in general Part VI. Of poysons from minerals and metals. Part. VII. Of poysons from plants. Part VIII. Of poysons that come from living creatures. Part IX. Of diseases by witchcraft, incantation, and charmes. By Daniel Sennertus, N Culpeper, and Abdiah Cole, Doctors of Physick Sennert, Daniel, 1572-1637.; Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654.; Cole, Abdiah, ca. 1610-ca. 1670. 1662 (1662) Wing S2541A; ESTC R221050 55,611 126 View Text
A08913 A treatise of the plague contayning the causes, signes, symptomes, prognosticks, and cure thereof. Together with sundry other remarkable passages (for the prevention of, and preservation from the pestilence) never yet published by anie man. Collected out of the workes of the no lesse learned than experimented and renowned chirurgian Ambrose Parey. Paré, Ambroise, 1510?-1590. aut; Johnson, Thomas, d. 1644. 1630 (1630) STC 19192; ESTC S103146 56,219 88 View Text
A07669 The hope of health wherin is conteined a goodlie regimente of life: as medicine, good diet and the goodlie vertues of sonderie herbes, doen by Philip Moore. Moore, Philip, fl. 1564-1573. 1564 (1564) STC 18059.5; ESTC S110028 57,968 162 View Text
A26839 The expert phisician learnedly treating of all agues and feavers, whether simple or compound, shewing their different nature, causes, signes, and cure ... / written originally by that famous doctor in phisick, Bricius Bauderon ; and translated into English by B.W., licentiate in physick by the University of Oxford ...; Pharmacopée. English Bauderon, Brice, ca. 1540-1623.; Welles, Benjamin, 1615 or 16-1678. 1657 (1657) Wing B1163; ESTC R19503 59,853 176 View Text
A66881 Speculum matricis hybernicum, or, The Irish midwives handmaid catechistically composed by James Wolveridge, M.D. ; with a copious alphabetical index. Wolveridge, James, d. 1671. 1670 (1670) Wing W3319; ESTC R15116 60,220 225 View Text
A40451 The York-shire spaw, or, A treatise of foure famous medicinal wells viz. the spaw, or vitrioline-well, the stinking, or sulphur-well, the dropping, or petrifying-well, and S. Mugnus-well, near Knare borow in York-shire : together with the causes, vertues and use thereof : for farther information read the contents / composed by J. French, Dr. of Physick. French, John, 1616-1657. 1654 (1654) Wing F2176; ESTC R42037 61,290 136 View Text
A32714 Three anatomic lectures concerning 1. the motion of the bloud through the veins and arteries, 2. the organic structure of the heart, 3. the efficient causes of the hearts pulsation : read on the 19, 20 and 21 by Walter Charleton ... Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707. 1683 (1683) Wing C3693; ESTC R20046 64,495 126 View Text
A88902 De morbis fœmineis, the womans counsellour: or, The feminine physitian. Modestly treating of such occult accidents, and secret diseases, as are incident to that sex, which their too much modesty, too often to their sorrow, causes them to conceal from others, for a remedy whereof, they are here taught to be their own helpers; especially in these particulars: of barrenness and abortion: of natural, and unnatural births: of the suppression of the termes, the immoderate flux thereof, and other infirmities. Dicereque puduit, scribere jussit. With a brief appendix, touching the kindes, causes, and cures of dropsies, and tympanies of all sorts. / Translated out of Massarius de morbis mulier. By R.T. philomathēs.; Praelectiones de morbis mulierum. English Massaria, Alessandro, 1510-1598.; Turner, Robert, fl. 1654-1665. 1657 (1657) Wing M1028; Thomason E1650_3; ESTC R209118 65,102 229 View Text
A01446 The historie of life and death With observations naturall and experimentall for the prolonging of life. Written by the Right Honorable Francis Lord Verulam, Viscount S. Alban.; Historia vitae et mortis. English Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626.; Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. Instauratio magna. 1638 (1638) STC 1157; ESTC S100504 65,663 335 View Text
A13300 A rich store-house or treasury for the diseased Wherein, are many approued medicines for diuers and sundry diseases, which haue been long hidden, and not come to light before this time. Now set foorth for the great benefit and comfort of the poorer sort of people that are not of abilitie to go to the physitions. By A.T. A. T., practitioner in physicke. 1596 (1596) STC 23606; ESTC S118082 73,526 156 View Text
A34728 Praxis catholica, or, The countryman's universal remedy wherein is plainly and briefly laid down the nature, matter, manner, place and cure of most diseases, incident to the body of man, not hitherto discovered, whereby any one of an ordinary capacity may apprehend the true cause of his distempers, wherein his cure consists, and the means to effect it : together with rules how to order children in that most violent disease of vomiting and looseness, &c. : useful likewise for seamen and travellers : also an account of an imcomparable powder for wounds or hurts which cure any ordinary ones at once dressing / written by Robert Couch ... ; now published with divers useful additions (for publick benefit) by Chr. Pack ... Couch, Robert.; Packe, Christopher, fl. 1670-1711. 1680 (1680) Wing C6510; ESTC R9840 74,356 218 View Text
A87213 Medicina magnetica: or, The rare and wonderful art of curing by sympathy: laid open in aphorismes; proved in conclusions; and digested into an easy method drawn from both: wherein the connexion of the causes and effects of these strange operations, are more fully dicovered than heretofore. All cleared and confirmed, by pithy reasons, true experiments, and pleasant relations. / Preserved and published, as a master-piece in this skill. By C. de Iryngio, chirurgo-medcine [sic] in the Army. Irvine, Christopher, fl. 1638-1685. 1656 (1656) Wing I1053; Thomason E1578_1; ESTC R202607 75,143 126 View Text
A34775 A treatise of jealousie, or, Means to preserve peace in marriage wherein is treated of I. The nature and effects of jealousie, which for the most part is the fatal cause of discontents between man and wife, II. And because jealousy is a passion, it's therefore occasionally discoursed of passions in general ... III. The reciprocal duties of man and wife ... / written in French, and faithfully translated.; Traité de la jalousie. English Courtin, Antoine de, 1622-1685. 1684 (1684) Wing C6606; ESTC R40897 75,205 185 View Text
A28375 New and curious observations on the art of curing the veneral disease and the accidents that it produces in all its degrees explicatd by natural and mechanical principles with the motions, actions, and effects of mercury and its other remedies : wherein are discovered on the same subject the errours of some authors ... / written in French by Monsieur de Blegny ; Englished by Walter Harris. Blégny, Monsieur de (Nicolas), 1652-1722.; Harris, Walter, 1647-1732. 1676 (1676) Wing B3186; ESTC R23701 76,734 217 View Text
A75932 The fables of Æsop paraphras'd in verse, and adorn'd with sculpture, by John Ogilby.; Aesop's fables. English Ogilby, John, 1600-1676.; Aesop. 1651 (1651) Wing A689; Thomason E792_1; ESTC R207328 78,245 371 View Text
A28815 Polypharmakos kai chymistes, or, The English unparalell'd physitian and chyrurgian shewing the true vse of all manner of plants and minerals in which is explained the whole art and secresy of physick and chyrurgery ... / by D. Border ... Border, D. (Daniel) 1651 (1651) Wing B3751; ESTC R4185 78,680 164 View Text
A35721 Hydrologia philosophica, or, An account of Ilmington waters in Warwick-shire with directions for the drinking of the same : together with some experimental observations touching the original of compound bodies / by Sam. Derham ... Derham, Samuel, 1655-1689. 1685 (1685) Wing D1098; ESTC R13324 80,234 190 View Text
A41730 De succo pancreatico, or, A physical and anatomical treatise of the nature and office of the pancreatick juice shewing its generation in the body, what diseases arise by its vitiation : from whence in particular, by plain and familiar examples, is accurately demonstrated, the causes and cures of agues, or intermitting feavers, hitherto so difficult and uncertain, with sundry other things of worthy note / written by D. Reg. de Graaf ... ; and translated by Christopher Pack ...; Tractatus anatomico-medicus de succi pancreatici natura & usu. English Graaf, Reinier de, 1641-1673.; Packe, Christopher, fl. 1670-1711. 1676 (1676) Wing G1463; ESTC R17762 82,340 198 View Text
A81352 The passions of the soule in three books the first, treating of the passions in generall, and occasionally of the whole nature of man. The second, of the number, and order of the passions, and the explication of the six primitive ones. The third, of particular passions. By R. des Cartes. And translated out of French into English.; Passions de l'âme. English Descartes, René, 1596-1650. 1650 (1650) Wing D1134; Thomason E1347_2; ESTC R209232 83,475 203 View Text
A75579 Aristotle's master-piece compleated in two parts: the first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof. Treating, of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches, signs of insufficiency in men or women; of the infusion of the soul; of the likeness of children to parents; of monstrous births; the cause and cure of the green-sickness: a discourse of virginity. Directions and cautions for mid-wives. Of the organs of generation in women, and the fabrick of the womb. The use and action of the genitals. Signs of conception, and whether of a male or female. With a word of advice to both sexes in the act of copulation. And the pictures of several monstrous births, &c. The second part, being a private looking-glass for the female sex. Treating of the various maladies of the womb; and of all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each. The whole being more correct, than any thing of this kind hitherto published.; Aristotle's Masterpiece. Aristotle, attributed name.; Salmon, William, 1644-1713. 1697 (1697) Wing A3697kA; ESTC R230121 84,412 197 View Text
A77179 A disquisition about the final causes of natural things wherein it is inquir'd, whether, and (if at all) with what cautions, a naturalist should admit them? By T.H. R.B. Fellow of the Royal Society. To which are subjoyn'd, by way of appendix some uncommon observations about vitiated sight. By the same author. Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691. 1688 (1688) Wing B3945A; ESTC R231094 85,440 301 View Text
A43020 Morbus anglicus: or, The anatomy of consumptions Containing the nature, causes, subject, progress, change, signes, prognosticks, preservatives; and several methods of curing all consumptions, coughs, and spitting of blood. With remarkable observations touching the same diseases. To which are added, some brief discourses of melancholy, madness, and distraction occasioned by love. Together with certain new remarques touching the scurvy and ulcers of the lungs. The like never before published. By Gideon Harvey, M.D. Harvey, Gideon, 1640?-1700? 1666 (1666) Wing H1070; ESTC R221901 86,504 264 View Text
A29782 Nature's cabinet unlock'd wherein is discovered the natural causes of metals, stones, precious earths, juyces, humors, and spirits, the nature of plants in general, their affections, parts, and kinds in particular : together with a description of the individual parts and species of all animate bodies ... : with a compendious anatomy of the body of man, as also the manner of his formation in the womb / by Tho. Browne ... Browne, Thomas, Sir, 1605-1682. 1657 (1657) Wing B5065; ESTC R16043 87,410 340 View Text
A20902 The Sclopotarie of Iosephus Quercetanus, phisition. Or His booke containing the cure of wounds receiued by shot of gunne or such like engines of warre. Whereunto is added his spagericke antidotary of medicines against the aforesayd woundes. Published into English by Iohn Hester, practitioner in the said spagiricall arte; Sclopterius Du Chesne, Joseph, ca. 1544-1609.; Du Chesne, Joseph, ca. 1544-1609. Antidotarium spagiricum. aut; Hester, John, d. 1593. 1590 (1590) STC 7277; ESTC S116126 87,513 114 View Text
A25287 The sick-mans rare jewel wherein is discovered a speedy way how every man may recover lost health, and prolong life, how he may know what disease he hath, and how he himself may apply proper remedies to every disease, with the description, definition, signs and syptoms [sic] of those diseases. (Viz.) The scurvy, leues venerea, gonorrhea, dropsies, catarrhs, chollick, gouts, madness, frensies of all sorts, fever, jaundise, consumptions, ptisick, swoundings, histerick passions, pleurisies, cachexia's, worms, vapours, hypochondriack melancholly, stone, strangury, with the whole troop of diseases most afflicting the bodies of men, women and children; with a supply of suitable medicines; ... a piece profitable for every person and family, and all that travel by sea or land. By B.A. A. B. 1674 (1674) Wing A2B; ESTC R222542 90,076 270 View Text
A31225 The chymical Galenist a treatise, wherein the practise of the ancients is reconcild́ to the new discoveries in the theory of physick, shewing that many of their rules, methods, and medicins, are useful for by George Castle ... Castle, George, 1635?-1673. 1667 (1667) Wing C1233; ESTC R21752 90,129 232 View Text
A18995 The flower of phisicke VVherein is perfectlie comprehended a true introduction and method for mans assured health: with three bookes of philosophie for the due temperature of mans life. In which easily may be perceiued the high & wonderfull workes of God in the gouernance of all thinges. Written by W.C. as a glasse of true knowledge for the better direction of al willing [et] vertuous practitioners. Clever, William, writer on physic. 1590 (1590) STC 5412; ESTC S105107 90,568 134 View Text
A39862 The womans doctour, or, An exact and distinct explanation of all such diseases as are peculiar to that sex with choise and experimentall remedies against the same : being safe in the composition, pleasant in the use, effectuall in the operation, cheap in the price / faithfully translated out of the works of that learned philosopher and eminent physitian Nicholas Fontanus.; Syntagma medicum de morbis mulierum. English Fonteyn, Nicolaas. 1652 (1652) Wing F1409; ESTC R7033 90,953 268 View Text
A80289 The compleat doctoress: or, A choice treatise of all diseases insident to women. With experimentall remedies against the same. Being safe in the composition. Pleasant in the use. Effectuall in the operation. Faithfully translated out of Latine into English for a common good 1656 (1656) Wing C5638AE; ESTC R224420 90,956 267 View Text
A14264 Enchiridion medicum containing an epitome of the whole course of physicke: with the examination of a chirurgion, by way of dialogue betweene the doctor and the students. With a treatise contaning a definition of all those difenses that do chiefly affect the body of a man, and an antidotary of many excelllent and approued remedies for all diseases. Published for the benefit of young students in physicke, chirurgian, and apothecaries. Pomarius, Petrus.; Hobbes, Stephen. 1609 (1609) STC 24577; ESTC S101306 91,960 299 View Text
A10510 The manuall of the anatomy or dissection of the body of man containing the enumeration, and description of the parts of the same, which usually are shewed in the publike anatomicall exercises. Enlarged and more methodically digested into 6. books. By Alexander Read, Doctor of Physick, a fellow of the Physitians College of London, and a brother of the Worshipfull Company of the Barber-Chirurgeons. Read, Alexander, 1586?-1641.; Marshall, William, fl. 1617-1650, engraver.; Read, Alexander, 1586?-1641. Treatise of all the muscles of the whole bodie. aut 1638 (1638) STC 20784; ESTC S115657 94,096 597 View Text
A02791 Harvvards phlebotomy: or, A treatise of letting of bloud fitly seruing, as well for an aduertisement and remembrance to well minded chirurgians, as also to giue a caueat generally to all men to beware of the manifold dangers, which may ensue vpon rash and vnaduised letting of bloud. Comprehended in two bookes: written by Simon Harvvard. Harward, Simon, fl. 1572-1614. 1601 (1601) STC 12922; ESTC S103856 94,484 154 View Text
A27335 Animadversions on the medicinal observations of the Heidelberg, Palatinate, Dorchester practitioner of physick, Mr. Frederick Loss by Alius Medicus. Alius Medicus.; B. T., 17th cent.; Loss, Friedrich. 1674 (1674) Wing B178; ESTC R5485 95,653 168 View Text
A29738 A vindicatory schedule concerning the cure of fevers containing a disquisition theoretical and practical, of the new and most effectual method of curing continual fevers, first invented and delivered by the sagacious Dr. Tho. Sydenham : also shewing by way of preliminary, the indispensible charge lying on physicians to improve themselves and the art ... : with an appendix of Sanctorius his Medicina statica ... / by Andrew Broun, M.D. Brown, Andrew. 1691 (1691) Wing B5012; ESTC R38643 101,066 263 View Text
A62431 Aimatiasis, or, The true way of preserving the bloud in its integrity, and rectifying it, if at any time polluted and degenerate wherein Dr. Willis his errour of bleeding is reprehended, and offered to be confuted by practice and frequent experiments : and certain opinions of Dr. Betts in physick rejected and proved dangerously false ... / by George Thompson ... Thompson, George. 1670 (1670) Wing T1021; ESTC R40675 101,909 202 View Text
A53915 A general treatise of the diseases of maids, bigbellied women, child-bed-women, and widows together with the best methods of preventing or curing the same / by J. Pechey ... Pechey, John, 1655-1716. 1696 (1696) Wing P1024; ESTC R1373 102,098 324 View Text
A51662 A rational practice of chyrurgery, or, Chyrurgical observations resolved according to the solid fundamentals of true philosophy by John Muys : in five decades. Muys, John, b. 1654. 1686 (1686) Wing M3165; ESTC R32112 102,986 270 View Text
A59264 A friend to the sick, or, The honest Englishman's preservation shewing the causes, symptoms, and cures of the most occult and dangerous diseases which affect the body of man : with a particular discourse of the dropsie, scurvy, and yellow jaundice, and the most absolute way of cure : whereunto is added a true relation of some of the most remarkable cures affected by the author's most famous cathartique and diueretique pills. Sermon, William, 1629?-1679. 1673 (1673) Wing S2627; ESTC R1171 103,319 301 View Text
A39844 The preternatural state of animal humours described by their sensible qualities, which depend on the different degrees of their fermentation and the cure of each particular cacochymia is performed by medicines of a peculiar specific taste, described : to this treatise are added two appendixes I. About the nature of fevers and their ferments and cure by particular tastes, II. Concerning the effervescence and ebullition of the several cacochymia's ... / by the author of Pharmacho bazagth. Floyer, John, Sir, 1649-1734. 1696 (1696) Wing F1389; ESTC R35680 104,326 290 View Text
A50433 The frequent, but unsuspected progress of pains, inflammations, tumors, apostems, ulcers, cancers, gangrenes, and mortifications internal therein shewing the secret causes and course of many lingering and acute mortal diseases, rarely discerned : with a tract of fontanels or issues and setons / by Everard Maynwaringe, M.D. Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? 1679 (1679) Wing M1492; ESTC R31211 108,750 246 View Text
A38470 The English midwife enlarged containing directions to midwives; wherein is laid down whatever is most requisite for the safe practising her art. Also instructions for women in their conceiving, bearing and nursing of children. With two new treatises, one of the cure of diseases and symptoms happening to women before and after child-birth. And another of the diseases, &c. of little children, and the conditions necessary to be considered in the choice of their nurses and milk. The whole fitted for the meanest capacities. Illustrated with near 40 copper-cuts. 1682 (1682) Wing E3104A; ESTC R218753 111,486 336 View Text
A18700 An exhortation to all menne to take hede and beware of rebellion wherein are set forth the causes, that commonlye moue men to rebellion, and that no cause is there, that ought to moue any man there vnto. With a discourse of the miserable effectes, that ensue thereof, and of the wretched ende, that all rebelles comme to, moste necessary to be redde in this seditiouse [and] troublesome tyme, made by Iohn Christoferson. At the ende whereof are ioyned two godlye prayers, one for the Quenes highnes, verye conuenient to be sayd dayly of all her louing and faythfull subiectes, and an other for the good [and] quiete estate of the whole realme. Read the whole, and then iudge. Christopherson, John, d. 1558. 1554 (1554) STC 5207; ESTC S117507 113,228 472 View Text
A11176 The expert midwife, or An excellent and most necessary treatise of the generation and birth of man Wherein is contained many very notable and necessary particulars requisite to be knovvne and practised: with diuers apt and usefull figures appropriated to this worke. Also the causes, signes, and various cures, of the most principall maladies and infirmities incident to women. Six bookes compiled in Latine by the industry of Iames Rueff, a learned and expert chirurgion: and now translated into English for the generall good and benefit of this nation.; De conceptu et generatione hominis. English Rüff, Jakob, 1500-1558. 1637 (1637) STC 21442; ESTC S101598 115,647 315 View Text
A68143 The anatomie of vrines Containing the conuiction and condemnation of them. Or, the second part of our discourse of vrines. Detecting and vnfolding the manifold falshoods and abuses committed by the vulgar sort of practitioners, in the iudgement of diseases by the vrines onely: together with a narrow suruey of their substance, chiefe colours, and manifold contents, ioyning withall the right vse of vrines. ... Collected, as well out of the ancient Greeke, Latine, and Arabian authors, as out of our late famous physitians of seuerall nations: their authorities quoted and translated out of the originall tongues, together with some of the authors owne obseruations. By Iames Hart of Northampton. Neuer heretofore published. Hart, James, of Northampton.; Foreest, Pieter van, 1522-1597. Arraignment of urines. 1625 (1625) STC 12887A; ESTC S103826 118,124 144 View Text
A11336 Regimen sanitatis Salerni This boke techyng al people to gouerne them in helthe, is translated out of the Latyne tonge in to englishe by Thomas Paynell. Whiche boke is as profitable [et] as nedefull to be had and redde as any can be to obserue corporall helthe.; Regimen sanitatis Salernitatum. English and Latin Joannes, de Mediolano.; Arnaldus, de Villanova, d. 1311.; Paynell, Thomas. 1528 (1528) STC 21596; ESTC S104705 118,349 224 View Text
A32704 Natural history of nutrition, life, and voluntary motion containing all the new discoveries of anatomist's and most probable opinions of physicians, concerning the oeconomie of human nature : methodically delivered in exercitations physico-anatomical / by Walt. Charlton ... Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707. 1659 (1659) Wing C3684; ESTC R9545 119,441 238 View Text
A50263 A very useful manual, or, The young mans companion containing plain and easy directions for spelling, reading, and uniting English, with easy rules, for their attaining to writing, and arithmetick, and the Englishing of the Latin Bible without a tutor, likewise the plotting and measuring of land, globes, steeples, walls, barrels, timber, stone, boards, glass, &c. ... : and several other considerable and necessary matters, intended for the good of all, and for promoting love to one another : as by the table annexed particularly appears / collected by William Mather. Mather, W. (William), fl. 1695. 1681 (1681) Wing M1286; ESTC R36919 124,932 462 View Text
A91933 Diapoliteia. A Christian concertation with Mr. Prin, Mr. Baxter, Mr. Harrington, for the true cause of the Commonvvealth. Or, An answer to Mr. Prin's (perditory) anatomy of the Republick, and his true and perfect narrative, &c. To Mr. Baxter's (purgatory) pills for the Army: and his wounding answer to the healing question. With some soft reflections upon his Catholick (or rather Cathulactick) key; and an examen of the late petition of the sixth of July to this Parliament. In all which we have a most necessary vindication of the cause; of the honourable persons now in Parliament and Council, from the venome and vilification of their pens. By Joh. Rogers, thorugh grace kept (under many sufferings) a faithful servant to Jesus Christ, his cause and the Commonwealth. Rogers, John, 1627-1665? 1659 (1659) Wing R1806; Thomason E995_25; ESTC R207812 125,898 138 View Text
A27452 Mikrokosmographia, or, A description of the body of man being a practical anatomy, shevving the manner of anatomizing from part to part, the like hath not been set forth in the English tongue : adorned with many demonstrative figures / long since composed in Latine by that famous J. Berengarius of Carpus, Dr. of A. & P., reader of chirurgery in the University of Bononia ; done into English by H. Jackson, chirurgeon, by whom is also added a fit Etymon to the names of the parts in their proper place. Berengario da Carpi, Jacopo, ca. 1460-ca. 1530. 1664 (1664) Wing B1959; ESTC R31584 129,008 407 View Text
A19403 A short discouerie of the vnobserued dangers of seuerall sorts of ignorant and vnconsiderate practisers of physicke in England profitable not onely for the deceiued multitude, and easie for their meane capacities, but raising reformed and more aduised thoughts in the best vnderstandings: with direction for the safest election of a physition in necessitie: by Iohn Cotta of Northampton Doctor in Physicke. Cotta, John, 1575?-1650? 1612 (1612) STC 5833; ESTC S113907 131,733 158 View Text
A61139 The gentleman's compleat jockey with the perfect horseman, and experienc'd farrier. Containing, I. The nature of horses; their breeding, feeding and management in all paces, to fit them for war, racing, travel, hunting, or other recreations and advantages. II. The true method, with proper rules and directions to order, diet and physick the running-horse, to bring him to any match, or race, with success. III. The methods to buy horses, and prevent being cheated; noting the particular marks of the good and bad horses, in all their circumstances. IV. How to make blazes, stars and snips: to fatten a horse with little charge, and to make him lively and lovely. V. The whole art of a farrier, in curing all diseases, griefs and sorrances incident to horses; with their symptoms and causes. VI. The methods of shooing, blooding, roweling, purging, and prevention of diseases, and many other things, from long experience and approved practice. by A. S. gent. A. S.; Speed, Adolphus, fl. 1652-1659. 1697 (1697) Wing S5; ESTC R219778 132,086 185 View Text
A93373 A compleat practice of physick. Wherein is plainly described, the nature, causes, differences, and signs, of all diseases in the body of man. VVith the choicest cures for the same. / By John Smith, Doctor in Physick. Smith, John, doctor in Physic. 1656 (1656) Wing S4113; Thomason E1630_1; ESTC R208974 132,097 385 View Text
A80404 Supplementum chirurgiæ or The supplement to the marrow of chyrurgerie. Wherein is contained fevers, simple and componnd [sic], pestilential, and not, rickets, small pox and measles, with their definitions, causes, signes, prognosticks, and cures, both general, and particular. As also the military chest, containing all necessary medicaments, fit for sea, or land-service, whether simples, or compounds, such as purge, and those that do not; with their several vertues, doses, note of goodness, &c as also instruments. Amongst which are many approved receipts for several diseases. / By James Cooke, practitioner in physick, and chirurgery. Cooke, James, 1614-1694.; Cooke, James, 1614-1694. Mellificium chirurgiæ. 1655 (1655) Wing C6017; Thomason E1516_1; ESTC R208558 134,119 445 View Text
A56500 A new method of physick: or, A short view of Paracelsus and Galen's practice; in 3. treatises. I. Opening the nature of physick and alchymy. II. Shewing what things are requisite to a physitian and alchymist. III. Containing an harmonical systeme of physick. Written in Latin by Simeon Partlicius, phylosopher, and physitian in Germany. Translated into English by Nicholas Culpeper, Gent. student in physick and astrologie, dwelling on the east-side of Spittle-fields, neer London.; Medici systematis harmonici. English. Partlicius, Simeon, fl. 1620-1624.; Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654. 1654 (1654) Wing P612; ESTC R203157 135,087 369 View Text
A47964 A treatise of chirurgical operations after the newest, and most exact method founded on the structure of the parts ... : to which is annex'd A general idea of wounds / written originally by Joseph De la Charier ; and translated into English by R. B. La Charrière, Joseph de, d. 1690.; R. B., fl. ca. 1695. 1696 (1696) Wing L134A; ESTC R43339 135,106 375 View Text
A08062 The nature of man A learned and usefull tract written in Greek by Nemesius, surnamed the philosopher; sometime Bishop of a city in Phœnicia, and one of the most ancient Fathers of the Church. Englished, and divided into sections, with briefs of their principall contents: by Geo: Wither.; On the nature of man. English Nemesius, Bp. of Emesa.; Wither, George, 1588-1667. 1636 (1636) STC 18427; ESTC S113134 135,198 716 View Text
A39068 The Experienced jocky, compleat horseman, or gentlemans delight containing plain and easie directions in breeding, feeding, keeping and managing horses for all occasions, as war, raccing, hunting, travel, &c. ... to which are added plain and easie directions for the breeding, feeding, managing and curing distempers in bulls, cows, calves, oxen, sheep and swine, useful and necessary for all persons who expect pleasure or profit by any of the forementioned animals, the like before not extant. 1684 (1684) Wing E3878; ESTC R1977 136,221 359 View Text
A02428 The English phlebotomy: or, Method and way of healing by letting of blood Very profitable in this spring time for the preseruatiue intention, and most needful al the whole yeare beside, for the curatiue intention of phisick. Collected out of good & approued authors at times of leasure from his other studies, and compiled in that order that it is: by N.G. Gyer, Nicholas. 1592 (1592) STC 12561; ESTC S103604 137,091 320 View Text
A46939 Enchiridion medicum, or, A manual of physick being a compendium of the whole art, in three parts ... : wherein is briefly shewed 1. the names, 2. the derivation, 3. the causes, 4. the signs, 5. the prognosticks, and 6. a rational method of cure ... / by Robert Johnson, Med. professor. Johnson, Robert, b. 1640? 1684 (1684) Wing J816; ESTC R440 137,158 342 View Text
A78521 The compleat midwifes practice, in the most weighty and high concernments of the birth of man. Containing perfect rules for midwifes and nurses, as also for women in their conception, bearing, and nursing of children: from the experience not onely of our English, but also the most accomplisht and absolute practicers among the French, Spanish, Italian, and other nations. A work so plain, that the weakest capacity may easily attain the knowledge of the whole art. With instructions of the midwife to the Queen of France (given to her daughter a little before her death) touching the practice of the said art. / Published with the approbation and good liking of sundry the most knowing professors of midwifery now living in the city of London, and other places. Illustrated with severall cuts in brass. By T.C. I.D. M.S. T.B. practitioners. Chamberlayne, Thomas.; Boursier, Louise Bourgeois, ca. 1563-1636. 1656 (1656) Wing C1817C; Thomason E1588_3; ESTC R14527 137,828 305 View Text
A00695 Erōtomania or A treatise discoursing of the essence, causes, symptomes, prognosticks, and cure of love, or erotique melancholy. Written by Iames Ferrand Dr. of Physick; Traité de l'essence et guérison de l'amour. English Ferrand, Jacques, médecin.; Chilmead, Edmund, 1610-1654. 1640 (1640) STC 10829; ESTC S102065 141,472 420 View Text
A81130 Culpeper's Directory for midwives: or, A guide for women The second part. Discovering, 1. The diseases in the privities of women. 2. The diseases of the privy part. 3. The diseases of the womb. 4. The symptomes of the womb. 5. The symptomes in the terms. 6. The symptomes that befal all virgins and women in their womb, after they are ripe of age.7. The symptomes which are in conception. 8. The government of women with child. 9. The symptomes that happen in child-bearing. 10. The government of women in child-bed, and the diseases that come after travel. 11. The diseases of the breasts. 12. The symptomes of the breasts. 13. The diet and government of infants. 14. The diseases and symptomes in children.; Directory for midwives. Part 2 Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654.; Sennert, Daniel, 1572-1637. Practical physick; the fourth book.; Cole, Abdiah, ca. 1610-ca. 1670. 1676 (1676) Wing C7498A; ESTC R224998 142,841 289 View Text
A46940 Praxis medicinæ reformata: = or, The practice of physick reformed Being an epitome of the whole art: wherein is briefly shewed, the true causes, signs, prognosticks, and cure, of most diseases. Published for the benefit of all persons. By Robert Johnson, Med. Professor. Johnson, Robert, b. 1640? 1700 (1700) Wing J817; ESTC R216577 143,441 362 View Text
A47113 The anatomy of the humane body abridged, or, A short and full view of all the parts of the body together with their several uses drawn from their compositions and structures. Keill, James, 1673-1719. 1698 (1698) Wing K131; ESTC R16835 145,956 365 View Text
A95920 Regimen sanitatis Salerni: or, The schoole of Salernes regiment of health. Containing, most learned and judicious directions and instructions, for the preservation, guide, and government of mans life. Dedicated, unto the late high and mighty King of England, from that university, and published (by consent of learned physicians) for a generall good. Reviewed, corrected, and inlarged with a commentary, for the more plain and easie understanding thereof. / By P.H. Dr. in Physicke, deceased. Whereunto is annexed, a necessary discourse of all sorts of fish, in use among us, with their effects appertaining to the health of man. As also, now, and never before, is added certain precious and approved experiments for health, by a right honorable, and noble personage.; Regimen sanitatis Salernitatum. English and Latin. Joannes, de Mediolano.; Holland, Philemon, 1552-1637.; Arnaldus, de Villanova, d. 1311.; Holland, Henry, 1583-1650?; Paynell, Thomas. 1650 (1650) Wing V384; Thomason E592_9; ESTC R203898 149,028 239 View Text
A69832 Culpeper's directory for midwives: or, A guide for women. The second part. Discovering, 1. The diseases in the privities of women. 2. The diseases of the privie part. 3. The diseases of the womb ... 14. The diseases and symptoms in children. Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654. 1651 (1651) Wing C7488; Wing C7497; ESTC R171645 150,923 300 View Text
A03362 A pleasant history declaring the whole art of phisiognomy orderly vttering all the speciall parts of man, from the head to the foot / written by Thomas Hill. Hill, Thomas, b. ca. 1528. 1613 (1613) STC 13483; ESTC S122584 152,727 397 View Text
A16845 A treatise of melancholie Containing the causes thereof, & reasons of the strange effects it worketh in our minds and bodies: with the physicke cure, and spirituall consolation for such as haue thereto adioyned an afflicted conscience. ... By T. Bright doctor of physicke. Bright, Timothie, 1550-1615. 1586 (1586) STC 3747; ESTC S106464 155,522 312 View Text
A29837 A compleat treatise of preternatural tumours both general and particular as they appear in the human body from head to foot : to which also are added many excellent and modern historical observations concluding most chapters in the whole discourse / collected from the learned labours both of ancient and modern physicians and chirurgions, composed and digested into this new method by the care and industry of John Brown. Browne, John, 1642-ca. 1700. 1678 (1678) Wing B5125; ESTC R231817 164,435 436 View Text
A03315 The noble experyence of the vertuous handy warke of surgeri, practysyd [and] compyled by the moost experte mayster Iherome of Bruynswyke, borne in Straesborowe in Almayne ... Item there after he hath authorysed and done it to vnderstande thrugh the trewe sentences of the olde doctours and maysters very experte in the scyence of surgery, as Galienus, Ipocras, Auicenna, Gwydo, Haly abbas, Lancfrancus of mylen, Iamericus, Rogerius, Albucasis, Place[n]tinus, Brunus, Gwilhelmus de saliceto, [and] by many other maysters whose names be wryten in this same boke. ... Item yf ye fynde ony names of herbes or of other thynges wherof ye haue no knowlege, yt shall ye knowe playnly by the potecarys. Item here shall you fynde also for to make salues, plasters, powders, oyles, and drynkes for woundes. Item who so desyreth of this science ye playne knowlege let hym oftentymes rede this boke, and than he shall gette perfyte vnderstandynge of the noble surgery; Buch der cirurgia. English Brunschwig, Hieronymus, ca. 1450-ca. 1512. 1525 (1525) STC 13434; ESTC S119422 165,988 151 View Text
A68187 The contemplation of mankinde contayning a singuler discourse after the art of phisiognomie, on all the members and partes of man, as from the heade to the foote, in a more ample maner than hytherto hath beene published of any. In the place next after the chapter of the forehead, hath the phisiognomer added a proper treatise of the signification of sundrie lines seene in most mens foreheads: which in sundrie disputations with a skilfull Iew, he at the last obtayned. ... In the ende is a little treatise added of the signification of moles ... written by a worthie Grecian named Melampus. All which, englished by Thomas Hyll. Hill, Thomas, b. ca. 1528.; Cocles, Bartolommeo della Rocca, 1467-1504. Chyromantie ac physionomie anastasis.; Malampus, 3rd cent. B.C. Peri elaiōn sōmatos. English. 1571 (1571) STC 13482; ESTC S104092 171,153 456 View Text