|Author:||Hugh, William, d. 1549.|
|Title:||The troubled mans medicine verye profitable to be redde of al men wherein they may learne pacyently to suffer all kyndes of aduersitie made [and] wrytten by wyllyam Hughe to a frende of his.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The troubled mans medicine verye profitable to be redde of al men wherein they may learne pacyently to suffer all kyndes of aduersitie made [and] wrytten by wyllyam Hughe to a frende of his.
Hugh, William, d. 1549.
[Printed at London: In Aldersgate strete by Ihon Herforde, The yere of our lord. MD.xli. The .iiii. day of Iune.] 
|Alternate titles:||Swete consolation, and the second boke of the troubled mans medicine.|
Imprint from colophon of part 2.
In two parts. Part 2, "A swete consolatio[n], and the second boke of the troubled mans medicine", has separate title page and register.
Signatures: A-H [2d]A-E F12 (-F12, blank?).
Tightly bound; print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Consolation -- Early works to 1800.
Patience -- Religious -- Early works to 1800.
¶ Ihon̄ Faukener vnto the reader.
¶To the ryght Worshyp¦full and his singular good lad and may stres lady Deny. hyrhumble feruaunte wyllyam hughe, wysshethe health.