|Author:||Wateson, George, fl. 1598-1607.|
|Title:||The cures of the diseased, in remote regions. Preventing mortalitie, incident in forraine attempts, of the English nation.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The cures of the diseased, in remote regions. Preventing mortalitie, incident in forraine attempts, of the English nation.
Wateson, George, fl. 1598-1607.
At London: By F[elix] K[ingston], for H[umfrey] L[ownes], 1598.
Dedication signed: George Wateson.
Printer's and publisher's names from colophon.
Signatures: A-D4 (-A1,D4).
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
TO THE QVEENES MOST EXCELLENT MAIESTIE.
The Writers intent.
The Bookes Content.
The Cures of the Diseased, in remote Regions.
To know the Calenture.
To cure the Calenture.
To know the Tabardilla.
To cure the Tabardilla.
To know the Espinlas.
To cure the Espinlas.
LAS CAMERAS, OR Cameras de Sangre.
To cure Las Cameras, or Cameras de Sangre, which is the Bloodie Flux.
To know the Erizipila.
To cure the Erizipila.
To know the Scuruey.
Preseruatines against the Scuruey.
To cure the Scuruey.
To the Reader.