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Author: Ponteus, John.
Title: The queens cabinet newly opened and the art of physick discovered; wherein you shall finde diverse rare receipts; both of physick and of chyrurgery: very profitable for all sorts of men, women, and children. Together with severall medicines, for to prevent, and for to cure the most pestilent diseases that raineth in any cattel, and that with small cost and charge. By Mr. John Ponteus.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The queens cabinet newly opened and the art of physick discovered; wherein you shall finde diverse rare receipts; both of physick and of chyrurgery: very profitable for all sorts of men, women, and children. Together with severall medicines, for to prevent, and for to cure the most pestilent diseases that raineth in any cattel, and that with small cost and charge. By Mr. John Ponteus.
Ponteus, John.

London: printed for Richard Burton, at the Horse in Smith-field, 1662.
Notes:
Signatures: A B4.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions -- Early works to 1800.
Veterinary medicine -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A55351.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE Queens CABINET newly opened.
part
The first Remedy is against the rising of the Mother.
For a burning, or scalding, or any green wound.
For any soare new or old.
For all aches and lame members.
For the Falling Sickness.
For a Tetter or Ring-worm,
For the Rickets.
For the Pain of the Back.
For sore eyes.
For the Cramp.
For the Rhume in the Eyes.
For a Quincy or swelling in the Throat.
For the paine or noise in your Eares.
For the Itch.
For to remove a Disease from the stomack.
For a burning Feaver.
For an Ague.
For the Gout.
For a sore or any green wound.
For the spleen.
For a Stich.
For the Yellow Jaundies.
For the Scurvey.
For the Black Jaundies.
For a Consumption.
A most excellent Water for a Con∣sumption.
For the Cough of the Lungs.
For to take away the rednesse of the face.
For Hearing.
For to take away a Wen.
For the paine at the Heart or Stomach.
For a Sinew strain'd.
For the taking away Warts.
For Convulsion fits.
For the Cough or stopping of the breath.
For the Head-ache.
For the Wormes in Children
For a sore Throat.
For the pain in the Head.
For the Tooth-ach.
For to draw a Thorn out of the Flesh.
For a Plurifie.
For to cure a Dropsie.
For a Canker in the Mouth.
For spitting of Bloud.
For a Pin and Web in the eye.
For a scald Head.
For the Wormes in Children.
For to stop a Looseness.
For to stay the bloudy Flux.
Medicines for Cattel.
For the Plague in the guts in Horses.
For the sleeping Evil.
For the Scratches.
For to make a Horse staile or piss.
For the Glaunders.
For the foundring of his body.
For Bots and Wormes of all sorts.
Of the pain of the Kidneys or the Stone.
For the gravelling of a horse in the foot.
For the Farcy or by some called the Farcion in a horse.
For a Canker in the Mouth.
For wind-galls.
To draw out a Stub or a Thorne.
For the Murrain in Cows, Oxen, or such Cattle.
To prevent the Murrain.
For Pissing of Blood.
For to cure any swelling in a Beast whatsoever.