|Author:||Mackaile, Matthew, fl. 1657-1696.|
|Title:||Moffet-well, or, A topographico-spagyricall description of the minerall wells, at Moffet in Annandale of Scotland translated, and much enlarged, by the author Matthew Mackaile ... ; as also, The oyly-well, or, A topographico-spagyricall description of the oyly-well, at St. Catharines Chappel in the paroch of Libberton ; to these is subjoyned, A character of Mr. Culpeper and his writings, by the same author.|
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Moffet-well, or, A topographico-spagyricall description of the minerall wells, at Moffet in Annandale of Scotland translated, and much enlarged, by the author Matthew Mackaile ... ; as also, The oyly-well, or, A topographico-spagyricall description of the oyly-well, at St. Catharines Chappel in the paroch of Libberton ; to these is subjoyned, A character of Mr. Culpeper and his writings, by the same author.
Mackaile, Matthew, fl. 1657-1696.
Edinburgh: Printed for Robert Brown ..., 1664.
|Alternate titles:||Fons Moffetensis. English|
First edition in English.
Translation of the author's Fons Moffetensis, seu, Descriptio topographico-spagyrica fontium mineralium Moffetensium in Annandalia Scotiae.
"The oyly-well" and "Culpepers character" each has special t.p.
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Culpeper, Nicholas, -- 1616-1654.
Mineral waters -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800.
Mineral waters -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE, AND TRULY NOBLE, WILLIAM Earl of MORTON, Lord Dalkeeth, one of the Members of His Majesties Honourable Privy Council in Scotland.
The Author, his APOLOGY For the TRANSLATION.
To his worthy and much honoured friend Pa∣trick Hepburn, the most skilfull Apothe∣cary, at Edinburgh.
TO THE READER.
To his most accomplished Friend and worthy Comrade, Mr. Matthew Mackaile, upon his elaborat description of the Mof∣fet and St. Catharines Wells.
MOFFET WELL: OR, A Topographico-Spagyricall descrip∣tion of the Mineral Wells at Moffet, in Annandale of Scotland.
AN APPENDIX, Concerning the saltness of the SEA, &c.
The Epistle to the Reader.
THE OYLY-WELL: OR, A Topographico-Spagyrical descrip∣tion of the Oyly-Well, at St. Catharines-chappel in the Paroch of Libberton.
MONSTRUM CATHANESIENSE: OR, A drscription of a monstrous Child, born and living in Caithness.
The Epistle to the Reader.
CULPEPER'S CHARACTER: OR, A CHARACTER of Mr. Culpeper and his Writings.
POSTSCRIPT TO CULPEPERS GHOST.