|Author:||Venner, Tobias, 1577-1660.|
|Title:||Viæ rectæ ad vitam longam, pars secunda. VVherein the true vse of sleepe, exercise, excretions, and perturbations is, with their effects, discussed and applied to euery age, constitution of body, and time of yeare. By To: Venner Doctor of Physicke in Bathe.|
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Viæ rectæ ad vitam longam, pars secunda. VVherein the true vse of sleepe, exercise, excretions, and perturbations is, with their effects, discussed and applied to euery age, constitution of body, and time of yeare. By To: Venner Doctor of Physicke in Bathe.
Venner, Tobias, 1577-1660.
London: Printed by George Eld for George Winder, and are to be sold at his shop in St. Dunstans Church yard in Fleet-street, 1623.
|Alternate titles:||Via recta ad vitam longam. Part 2 Via recta ad vitam longam. Part 2.|
Part 2 of: Via recta ad vitam longam.
Running title reads: Via recta ad vitam longam.
Reproduction of the original in the Central Library (Bristol, Eng.).
Hygiene -- Early works to 1800.
Longevity -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE MOST EXCEL∣LENT, ILLVSTRIOVS, AND Mighty Prince CHARLES, Prince of Wales, &c.
TO THE TRVLY GENEROVS AND Religious READERS, Health and Counsell.
VIAE RECTAE AD VITAM LONGAM PARS SECVND A.
Of Sleepe and VVatching. SECT. I.
Whether drying and warming of the bed, Pelueignito, a little before the entring thereinto, bee expedient and necessary? And what is to bee done after the sleepe, for the health of the body, before wee betake our selves to our ordinary and necessary businesse?
O Exercise and Rest. SECT. 2.
Of Excretions. SECT. 3.
Of Perturbations, or Passi∣ons of the minde. SECT. 4.