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Author: England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I)
Title: Orders, thought meete by Her Maiestie, and her Priuie Counsell to be executed throughout the counties of this realme, in such townes, villages, and other places, as are, or may be hereafter infected with the plague, for the stay of further increase of the same : also, an aduise set dovvne vpon Her Maiesties expresse commaundement, by the best learned in physicke within this realme, containing sundry good rules and easie medicines, without charge to the meaner sort of people, aswell for the preseruation of her good subiects from the plague before infection, as for the curing and ordering of them after they shall be infected.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Orders, thought meete by Her Maiestie, and her Priuie Counsell to be executed throughout the counties of this realme, in such townes, villages, and other places, as are, or may be hereafter infected with the plague, for the stay of further increase of the same : also, an aduise set dovvne vpon Her Maiesties expresse commaundement, by the best learned in physicke within this realme, containing sundry good rules and easie medicines, without charge to the meaner sort of people, aswell for the preseruation of her good subiects from the plague before infection, as for the curing and ordering of them after they shall be infected.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I), Elizabeth 1533-1603.

Imprinted at London: By the deputies of Christopher Barker ..., 1593.
Notes:
England and Wales. Privy Council.
Signatures: A-B4.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Plague -- England -- Prevention.
Medicine -- 15th-18th centuries.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A22687.0001.001

Contents
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An Aduise set downe vpon her Maiesties ex∣presse commandement, by the best learned in Phy∣sicke within this Realme, conteyning sundry good rules and easie medicines, without charge to the meaner sort of people, as well for the preseruation of her good Sub∣iectes from the plague before infection, as for the cu∣ring and ordering of them after they shall be infected.
part
Preseruatiue by correcting the aire in houses.
Persuming of Apparel.
Preseruation by way of defence in open aire, and com∣mon assemblies to be vsed outwardly.
Preseruatiue by way of inward medicine.
Preseruatiues Cordials.
Mithridates Medicine.
A well approued Medicine to preserue.
For women with childe, or such as be delicate and tender, and cannot away with taking of medicines.
Another preseruatiue for the poore.
To be vsed after infection taken.
Suppositarie.
An excellent Medicine made without charges.
An other soueraigne remedie, that is a stilled water.
1. Bloodletting.
2. Medicine purgatiue.
3. Medicament expulsiue.
VVhat is to be done when there is any rising or swelling in any part.
Medicine to be vsed in ordinarie dyet.
Both to preserue and cure the sickenesse.
To be vsed in the first time of the Sickenesse.
Outward medicines for to be applied to the sore.
The first.
The second.
Another excellent medicine to ripen and bring out the sore.
Another.
Another for the same.
A generall medicine for all sortes of people taken with the plague, to be had without cost.
part
Time of continuance apart from common assemblies.
Infected clothes.