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Author: Learned phisition.
Title: Present remedies against the plague. Shewing sundry preseruatiues for the same, by holsome fumes, drinkes, vomits, and other inward receits: as also the perfect cure (by implaisture) of any that are therewith infected. Now necessary to bee obserued of euery housholder, to auoid the infection, lately begun in some places of this cittie. Written by a learned phisition, for the health of his country: and now newly inlarged by the same author, with remedies for the newe pestilent feuer.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Present remedies against the plague. Shewing sundry preseruatiues for the same, by holsome fumes, drinkes, vomits, and other inward receits: as also the perfect cure (by implaisture) of any that are therewith infected. Now necessary to bee obserued of euery housholder, to auoid the infection, lately begun in some places of this cittie. Written by a learned phisition, for the health of his country: and now newly inlarged by the same author, with remedies for the newe pestilent feuer.
Learned phisition.

Printed at London: [By J. Danter] for VVilliam Barley, and are to be sold at his shop in Gratious streete ouer against Leaden Hall, 1594.
Alternate titles: Good councell against the plague Good councell against the plague. Good counsell. against the plague.
Notes:
Originally published in 1592 as: Good councell against the plague.
Printer's name from STC.
Signatures: A-B4 (-A1).
Running title reads: Good counsell. against the plague.
Identified as STC 20867 on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
B4 mutilated.
Subject terms:
Plague -- Prevention -- Early works to 1800.
Plague -- Treatmentn -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A19447.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
text
These things ought duely to bee looked vnto. Viz.
For ayring your Roomes.
A Fume of great experience.
Another.
To smell too.
Another.
To taste or chewe in the mouth.
To eate.
Another.
Another.
To comfore the stomacke.
To drinke.
Another.
Another.
Another.
Another.
Another to drinke.
To procure Sweat.
section
Another speciall preseruatiue.
Another Preseruatiue to be distilled.
If the Patient be bound in the body.
Drinke for ordinary Dyet.
For Vomitting.
To prouoke Vomit.
Another.
A speciall Vomet.
For Purging.
A very hosome purge.
A very hlsome water to be distilled.
Outward Medicines to ripen the Sore.
Another.
Another.
Another.
Another.
Other Obseruations,
For a Fume.
For Ayring Apparrell.
A perfect good Plaister for the Cure of the sore after it is broken.
Additions.
To preserue from the Infection of the Plague.
To take the infection from a house infected.
Another.
Against the new burning Feuer.
To drinke for the whot Feuer.
To procuresleepe to the sicke Persons that are diseased either with the Pague or the hote Feuer.