|Author:||Turner, William, d. 1568.|
|Title:||A nevv booke of spirituall physik for dyuerse diseases of the nobilitie and gentlemen of Englande, made by William Turner doctor of Physik.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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A nevv booke of spirituall physik for dyuerse diseases of the nobilitie and gentlemen of Englande, made by William Turner doctor of Physik.
Turner, William, d. 1568.
[Imprented at Rome [i.e. Emden]: By the vaticane church, by Marcus Antonius Constantius. Otherwyse called, thraso miles gloriosus [i.e. Egidius van der Erve]], Anno. 1555. 10. Calen. Martij.
|Alternate titles:||New booke of spirituall physik for dyverse diseases of the nobilitie and gentlemen of Englande New booke of spirituall physik for dyverse diseases of the nobilitie and gentlemen of Englande.|
The place of publication and printer's name (from colophon) are false; in fact printed in Emden by Egidius van der Erve.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Conduct of life -- Early works to 1900.
¶To the ryght honorable Dukes & Erles, the Duke of Northfolke, the Duke of Suthfolke, the Erle of A∣rundale, the Erle of Derbi, the Erle of Shrosbery, the Erle of Huntyng∣ton, the Erle of Combrelande, the Erle of Westmerlande, the Erle of Penbrook, and the Erle of Warwik William Turner Physician wys∣sheth perfyt knowlege in God∣des holy worde and grace to lyue acordyng vn∣to the same.
¶Yf thou be mynded, (gētle reder) to rede thys booke here folowynge wyth pleasure and profyt: amende these fautes fo∣lowynge as I shall teache thee.
The contentes of thys booke.
To the noble men and gentle men of Englande.
¶Of the office, workes, learnynge and knowlege that belonge vnto a noble or gen∣tilman.
¶Of the hole Palsey or num∣nes thorowe all the bodye.
¶ Of the Dropsye.
3 Of the Romyshe Poxe.
4. Of the Leprye.
¶The prayer of ye prophete Daniel conteyned in the .ix. chaptre of hys boke, very neces∣sary for thys trou∣blesome tyme.