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Author: La Framboisière, Nicolas Abraham de, b. 16th century.
Title: An easy method to know the causes and signs of the humour most ruleth in the body and to avoid thereby things hurtful: as also to enable men to give better account of the state of their bodies, when they are diseased to the physitian, and not hazard the lives of themselves and their freinds by only urging him to prophesy (and that often falsily) the disease by onely the inspection of vrine.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An easy method to know the causes and signs of the humour most ruleth in the body and to avoid thereby things hurtful: as also to enable men to give better account of the state of their bodies, when they are diseased to the physitian, and not hazard the lives of themselves and their freinds by only urging him to prophesy (and that often falsily) the disease by onely the inspection of vrine.
La Framboisière, Nicolas Abraham de, b. 16th century.

[London?: s.n, 1640?]
Alternate titles: Scholae medicae. English Scholae medicae.
Notes:
Caption title, A1r.
A translation of "De causis morbificis", from "Scholae medicae".
Place and date of publication conjectured by STC.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Hygiene -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A04984.0001.001

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An easy Method to know the Causes and Signs of the Humour most ruleth in the Body, and to avoid thereby things hurtful: as also to enable men to give better account of the state of their Bodies, when they are diseased to the Physitian, and not hazard the Lives of themselves and their Freinds by only urging him to pro∣phesy (and that often falsely) the Disease by onely the in∣spection of Vrine.
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