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Author: Russel, Thomas, an empiric.
Title: Diacatholicon aureum: or a generall power of gold purging all offensiue humours in mans bodie: good in generall for all diseases, where there needeth any purgation: as also for any sicknesse yearely incident, or which is feared to approach by the increase of any euill humor, distemperature of diet, or otherwise how so euer growing towards any disease, to preuent the same, and keepe the bodie in health. It may lately be taken of all maner of people, of what age so euer, sucking children, old men and women, in the quantitie of two, three, or foure graines, according to the age, strength, and disease of the partie. Whosoeuer stand in neede of this powder, may haue it at the signe of the Hand and Pistall, neere vnto Iuic Bridge, for two shillings sixe pence the graine.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Diacatholicon aureum: or a generall power of gold purging all offensiue humours in mans bodie: good in generall for all diseases, where there needeth any purgation: as also for any sicknesse yearely incident, or which is feared to approach by the increase of any euill humor, distemperature of diet, or otherwise how so euer growing towards any disease, to preuent the same, and keepe the bodie in health. It may lately be taken of all maner of people, of what age so euer, sucking children, old men and women, in the quantitie of two, three, or foure graines, according to the age, strength, and disease of the partie. Whosoeuer stand in neede of this powder, may haue it at the signe of the Hand and Pistall, neere vnto Iuic Bridge, for two shillings sixe pence the graine.
Russel, Thomas, an empiric.

London: Printed [by S. Stafford] for Iohn Flasket, 1602.
Alternate titles: Generall powder of gold.
Notes:
Anonymous. By Thomas Russel.
Signatures: A-C4.
Printer's name from STC.
British Library copy only copy.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine, Popular -- Early Works to 1800.
Gold -- Theraputic use -- Early Works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11188.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the right worshipfull Doctors and profes∣sors of Phisicke of the Colledge in London, authorized by ancient Charter: and the rest of the Doctors, professors and Students of the same learned facultie, either resident in the Vniuersities of Cambridge and Oxford: Or else∣where dispersiuely placed, and authorized in any cities or townes through this Realme of England: Encrease of knowledge, and prosperous successe in your seuerall affaires and cures, to the glory of God, good of his people, and aduancement of your profession.
G. N. Gentleman.
G. P. Philosophiae chimisticae Studiosus.
G. K. in Artibus magister.
In Zoilum.
DIACATHOLICON AVREVM: Or A generall powder of Gold, purging all offensiue humours in mans BODIE.
Chap. I. Whereof the powder is made, and of the Philosophicall preparation of it.
CHAP. 2. Of the nature and qualitie of this Catholicon Aureum.
CHAP. 3. How and in what quantitie this powder is to bee taken.
CHAP. 4. Of the preparation of the bodie, and time when this powder is to be ta∣ken, to the intent that any man may vse it, that hath not the Phisician al∣wayes at hand.
CHAP. 5. For what diseases this powder is good.
CHAP. 6. What symptomes and accidences happen after the taking of this powder.
CHAP. 7. The conclusion.