|Author:||Turner, William, d. 1568.|
|Title:||A new boke of the natures and properties of all wines that are commonly vsed here in England with a confutation of an errour of some men, that holde, that Rhennish and other small white wines ought not to be drunken of them that either haue, or are in daunger of the stone, the revine, and diuers other diseases, made by William Turner, doctor of Phisicke. Whereunto is annexed the booke of the natures and vertues of triacles, newly corrected and set foorth againe by the sayde William Turner.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A new boke of the natures and properties of all wines that are commonly vsed here in England with a confutation of an errour of some men, that holde, that Rhennish and other small white wines ought not to be drunken of them that either haue, or are in daunger of the stone, the revine, and diuers other diseases, made by William Turner, doctor of Phisicke. Whereunto is annexed the booke of the natures and vertues of triacles, newly corrected and set foorth againe by the sayde William Turner.
Turner, William, d. 1568.
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|Alternate titles:||New boke of the natures and properties of all wines that are commonly used here in England.|
This section on "triacles" has a divisional title page, which reads: This booke sheweth at large the pwers, commodities, vertues, and properties of the three most renouned and famous preseruatives or triacles .. Gather'd out of Galen, and Aëtius, by .. William Turner, ..
Signatures: A4 B-F G4.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Wine and wine-making -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Antidotes -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT honorable Sir William Cecill Knight, chiefe Secre∣tarie vnto the Queenes Maiestye, and maister of hir Highnesse Courts of Wardes and Liueries. &c. and somtime his Constudent in the Vniuersitie of Cambridge, William Turner wisheth all prosperitie both of bodye and soule, through Iesus Christ our Sauiour.
OF THE NATVRES, properties, profits, hurtes and helps that come of Wyne.
Of new and olde Wine, and of it that is of a meane age that is neyther to be cal∣led new nor olde.
Of the difference of wynes by the colors.
Of the nature and properties of white Wines.
Out of Galen in his fift booke de locis affectis.
Out of Aetius.
Of the natures of white and diuers o∣ther wynes, taken out of Actuarius the last of the noble Greeke writers of phisicke.
Of the nature of red wine, which here in England is commonly called Cla∣red wyne, and of the nature of blacke wine which is called commonlye in England red wine, out of Galen in his thirde booke de ali∣mentis.
Out of the fourth booke of Galen de sauitate tuenda.
Of the nature of wynes of diuers and sundry colors out of Galen de methodo medendi, sexto & .12.
Of the natures of wynes after their tastes.
To whom wine is ill, and vnmete and verie hurtfull.
To whome and for what purpo∣ses wine is good.
Out of Dioscorides .xj. chapter of the fift booke.
Simeon Sethi of the nature of Wines.
Out of the boke of Galen which tea∣cheth that the maners of the soule, and the complexion of the bo∣dy follow one another.
William Turner to the gentle Reader.
¶ Galen writeth to Piso this.
Of the Triacle Salt.
Of the Triacle Salt: out of Aëtius.
AN ADMONITION OF William Turner to the Reader.
THE NAMES OF DIS∣eases and griefes that maye be healed by the great Triacle, called Theria∣ca Andromachi, as Galen wri∣teth in his booke vn∣to Piso.
THE NAMES OF THE diseases and griefes that maye be hea∣led by the Triacle Salt: according vnto the learning of Ga∣len and Aëtius.
THE NAMES OF THE diseases that may be healed by the no∣ble preseruatiue medicine called Mi∣thridatium, as Galen and Aëtius and all other learned Phisitions, that wrote after them of such matter, do beare witnesse in their writings.