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Author: Clowes, William, ca. 1540-1604.
Title: A right frutefull and approoued treatise, for the artificiall cure of that malady called in Latin Struma, and in English, the evill, cured by kinges and queenes of England. Very necessary for all young practizers of chyrurgery. Written by William Clowes, one of her Maiesties chyrurgions, in the yeare of our Lord. 1602.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A right frutefull and approoued treatise, for the artificiall cure of that malady called in Latin Struma, and in English, the evill, cured by kinges and queenes of England. Very necessary for all young practizers of chyrurgery. Written by William Clowes, one of her Maiesties chyrurgions, in the yeare of our Lord. 1602.
Clowes, William, ca. 1540-1604.

Imprinted at London: By Edward Allde [and are now to bee solde at Master Laybournes, a barber chirurgian dwelling vpon Saint Mary-Hill, neere Billings-gate], 1602.
Alternate titles: Right frutefull and approoved treatise, for the artificiall cure of that malady called in Latin Struma, and in English, the evill, cured by kinges and queenes of England Right frutefull and approoved treatise, for the artificiall cure of that malady called in Latin Struma, and in English, the evill, cured by kinges and queenes of England. Artificiall cure of the struma.
Notes:
Bookseller's name from K3v.
The last leaf is blank.
Running title reads: The artificiall cure of the struma.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Scrofula -- Treatment -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A19029.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Epistle to the Reader.
Tho: Bonhami, in Medic: Doct. Exastichon: In laudem Authoris.
Gent. in commendation of William Clowes his booke.
Thomas Parkin Chyrurgie professor.
〈…〉 practitioner of Phisicke and Chyrurgery.
treatise
AN INTRODUCTION, With an Apologie or answere to cer∣taine malicious back-byters.
part 1
The first Intention Phisicall by Inward meanes.
The second Intention Phisicall by Inward meanes.
The third Intention Phisicall by Inward meanes.
part
The first Intention Chyrurgicall by outward meanes.
The second Intention Chyrurgicall by outward meanes.
The third Intention Chyrurgicall by outward meanes.
The fourth Intention Chyrurgicall by outward meanes.
The fifth Intention Chyrurgicall by outward meanes.
The sixth Intention Chyrurgicall by outward meanes.
part
An obseruation.
Another obseruation.
An Obseruation of a Maide, whose friends supposed she had the Euill before rehearsed, when I was but a young Professor in this faculty and Arte of Chy∣rurgerie.
The true maner and making of Ladanum.
A most miraculous Cure, healed onely by the Queenes most excellent Ma∣iesty, when neither Phisicke nor Chirurgery could take place or preuaile.
An History and obseruation of a Gentleman which sent for me, to cure him of the foresaid Euill, but it prooued otherwise.
An obseruation for the Cure of Struma, performed by me vpon a woman dwelling in the County of Essex. 1602.
The cure of the King or Queenes Euill, after Plinius Secundus description.
The conclusion.