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Author: Le Medde, Theod.
Title: Elixyrlogia, or, A compendious discourse wherein the eminent and effectual virtues and properties of the universal elixyr are set forth not only for the particular use of them that would prevent the contagion of the plague ... but for the general cure, remedying, and certain prevention of most acute diseases incident to mankind ... : with the manner of taking it ... and a rational accompt how it may certainly conduce to the prolonging of life if medically administred in a little quantity every morning to an empty stomach / by Theod. Le Medde, M.D.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Elixyrlogia, or, A compendious discourse wherein the eminent and effectual virtues and properties of the universal elixyr are set forth not only for the particular use of them that would prevent the contagion of the plague ... but for the general cure, remedying, and certain prevention of most acute diseases incident to mankind ... : with the manner of taking it ... and a rational accompt how it may certainly conduce to the prolonging of life if medically administred in a little quantity every morning to an empty stomach / by Theod. Le Medde, M.D.
Le Medde, Theod.

London: Printed for Henry Eversden ..., 1665.
Notes:
Imperfect: cropped with loss of text.
Advertisements: p. [24]-[25].
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Patent medicines.
Advertising -- Drugs -- England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A47652.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the English Lady.
Elixyrlogia.
Towards the prolonging of Life it is not a lit∣tle conducing, if constantly taken in the Morning.
I shall last of all shew you of what admirable use it is of, to be used outwardly, and how to be applied.
The Stationer to the Reader.
These things following, are sold likewise at the Grey-hound in St. Pauls-Church-Yard. And by Wil∣liam Terrewest, Bookseller in Oundle in Nor∣thamptonshire.