|Author:||Seabrooke, Richard, b. ca. 1548.|
|Title:||Seabrookes caueat: or His warning piece to all his louing country-men, to beware how they meddle with the eyes. In which is contayned the exact and most certaine remedies for all manner of infirmities, which shall happen vnto the eyes. Written for the generall good of this whole monarchie of great Brittaine. By Richard Seabrooke, practicioner in the art of the occulist.|
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Seabrookes caueat: or His warning piece to all his louing country-men, to beware how they meddle with the eyes. In which is contayned the exact and most certaine remedies for all manner of infirmities, which shall happen vnto the eyes. Written for the generall good of this whole monarchie of great Brittaine. By Richard Seabrooke, practicioner in the art of the occulist.
Seabrooke, Richard, b. ca. 1548.
London: Printed by Edw. All-de, dwelling neere Christes Church, 1620.
|Alternate titles:||Seabrookes caveat Seabrookes caveat: or His warning piece to all his loving country-men, to beware how they meddle with the eyes. His warning piece to all his loving country-men, to beware how they meddle with the eyes.|
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Eye -- Diseases and defects -- Early works to 1800.
To the Right noble and most vertuous Ladyes (being the Nursing-Mothers, and Comforters of many poore-afflicted people) The Lady SYDNEY of Walsingham, and the Lady STRAVNGE, wife to the Honourable Knight, Sir HAMON STRAVNGE of Hunston; RICHARD SEABROOKE wisheth the encrease of Gods good blessings in this life, and all graces leading to life eternall.
To the courteous and indif∣ferent Reader, especially to all such who troubled with any disease incident to the eyes.
CHAP. 1. Of Blindnesse both curable and incurable in Infants, the cause, preuention, and cure.
CHAP. 2. Of Cataracks in the eies, their diuers kinds, signes cure and preuentions.
CHAP. 3. An approoued and most excellent receite both for the cure and preuention, of all sorts of Catharacks of what nature so euer.
CHAP. 4. Of accidentall wounds in the eyes by what meanes so euer, and of the cure thereof.
CHAP. 5. Of red furious eyes, which are troubled with a hot scalding rhewme, the cause, offences, and the cure.
CHAP. 6. Of the red fierie eye, which is opprest with grosse humors, and accompanied with a corrupt breath.
CHAP. 7. For sore waterie eyes proceeding of a colde rhewme, or for such as begin to growe darke, and doe euer present to the party a double obiect.
CHAP. 8. For the Pin and the Web, and the like in∣firmities in eyes.
CHAP. 9. For the imperfections which happen to eies by meanes of the small Pockes, or for eyes that are troubled with wormes.
CHAP. 10. For the filme vpon the eyes, or things of like nature, or for hurts with powder or shot.
CHAP. 12. For certaine particular wounds in the eyes, as with dore latches, cudgels, &c.
CHAP. 12. Of weake eyes, and the causes of their de∣clining, the helpes and preuentions.
CHAP. 12. An excellent and approued Cure for any In∣flamation in the face, for the Corny face, the Rich face, and the like.
A caueat to all sorts of people for the truest vse of the powder, and drinke mentioned in the first Chapter.
A Table of all the prin∣cipall things contayned in this Booke.