|Author:||Mackaile, Matthew, fl. 1657-1696.|
|Title:||Macis macerata: or, A short treatise, concerning the use of mace, in meat, or drink, and medicine. In six sections, the fifth whereof containeth some hints at the signaturs of simples; and the sixth, is concerning the original and cure of wind, in mans-body. By Matthew Mackaile chyrurgo medicine.|
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Macis macerata: or, A short treatise, concerning the use of mace, in meat, or drink, and medicine. In six sections, the fifth whereof containeth some hints at the signaturs of simples; and the sixth, is concerning the original and cure of wind, in mans-body. By Matthew Mackaile chyrurgo medicine.
Mackaile, Matthew, fl. 1657-1696.
Aberdene: printed by Iohn Forbes, printer to the Town and Colledges, 1677.
|Alternate titles:||Macis macerata Short treatise, concerning the use of mace, in meat, or drink, and medicine.|
Frontis = ill.
Reproduction of the original in the Glasgow University Library.
Pepper (Spice) -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine, Popular -- Early works to 1800.
Unto the Right Honorable, GEORGE SKEEN, of Fintray, Lord Provest. ALEXANDER ALEXANDER, GILBERT MOLYSON, ALEXANDER GORDON, ALEXANDER BURNET, Baylies. CHARLES DUN Dean of Gild, Mr. PATRICK SANDELANDS, Treasurer. And, the rest of the Honorable Councill of the City of ABERDEEN
Epistle to the Reader.
Macis Macerata. OR, A Short Treatise concerning the use of the Mace, in Meat or Drink, and Medicine.