|Author:||Johannes, de Mediolano.|
|Title:||The English mans doctor. Or the schoole of Salerne. Or [ph]ysicall obserua[ti]ons for the perfect preseruing of the bodie of man in continuall health. [Wh]ereunto [is] adioyned precepts for the pr[e]seruation of health. Written by [Hen]ricus Ronsouius for [the p]riuate vse of his sons. And now published for all those that desire to [preser]ue their bodies in [perfect] health.|
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The English mans doctor. Or the schoole of Salerne. Or [ph]ysicall obserua[ti]ons for the perfect preseruing of the bodie of man in continuall health. [Wh]ereunto [is] adioyned precepts for the pr[e]seruation of health. Written by [Hen]ricus Ronsouius for [the p]riuate vse of his sons. And now published for all those that desire to [preser]ue their bodies in [perfect] health.
Johannes, de Mediolano., Harington, John, 1560-1612,, Hobbes, Stephen,, [S.H.],, Rantzau, Henrik, 1526-1598., Ronsovius, Henricus.
[L]ondon: [Printed] by William Stansby, for the Widdow Helme, [and] are to be sold at her shoppe in Sa[in]t Dunstanes Church-yard in Fleet-street, 1617.
|Alternate titles:||Regimen sanitatus Salernitatum. English Regimen sanitatis Salernitatum. Schoole of Salerne. De valetudine conseruanda. De valetudine conservanda.|
Anonymous. By Joannes de Mediolano.
Translated in verse by Sir John Harington.
"De valetudine conseruanda, or the preservation of health, .. Collected out of Henricus Ronsouius .. and now published .. By S.H." has separate dated title page and pagination; register is continuous. It is a prose translation, possibly by Stephen Hobbes, of "De conservanda valetudine liber" by Henrik Rantzau.
Imperfect; title page and other leaves torn, with slight loss of print.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
THE PRINTER TO the Reader.
In Laudem Operis.
THE SALERNE Schoole.
TO THE RIGHT Worshipfull SIR EDWARD PIT, Knight, of Keere Court, one of his MAIESTIES Iustices of Peace, in the Countie of Worcester, &c. And to the right Worshipfull SIR IAMES PIT, his Sonne.
THE PRESERVATION OF HEALTH, OR A DYET FOR THE HEALTHFVL MAN.
CHAP. I. The causes of corruption and destruction of our humane bodies.
CHAP. II. Generall precepts to conserue the Health.
CHAP. III. Speciall precepts of preseruing Health.
CHAP. IIII. Of the ayre.
Of windes, and sweete smelling sauours.
A description of an odoriferous water.
CHAP. V. Of Meates and Drinks.
CHAP. VI. Of Exercise and Labour.
CHAP. VII. Of Sleepe and Watch.
CHAP. VIII. Of Accidents and Affections of the minde.
CHAP. IX. Of Ioy.
CHAP. X. Of Venus or the act of generation.
CHAP. XI. Certayne precepts for dyet to be obser∣ued euery day.
A pouder to preserue the whitenesse of the teeth.
The description of a Dentifrice, which Messelina Augusta vsed: ex scribonio largo.
To whiten the teeth, and to preserue them from heate, which was vsed by a wo∣man of great name.
A Medicine that doth comfort the sight.
Certayne precepts against Heate and Drynesse.
What Age is, and what difference in Age.