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Author: Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6.
Title: Helminthologia, or, Some physical considerations of the matter, origination, and several species of wormes macerating and direfully cruciating every part of the bodies of mankind ... together with their various causes, signs, diagnosticks, prognosticks, the horrid symptomes by them introduced : as also the indications and method of cure, all which is medicinally, philosophically, astrologically, and historically handled / by William Ramesey.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Helminthologia, or, Some physical considerations of the matter, origination, and several species of wormes macerating and direfully cruciating every part of the bodies of mankind ... together with their various causes, signs, diagnosticks, prognosticks, the horrid symptomes by them introduced : as also the indications and method of cure, all which is medicinally, philosophically, astrologically, and historically handled / by William Ramesey.
Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6.

London: Printed by John Streater for George Sawbridge, 1668.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Worms, Intestinal and parasitic -- Early works to 1800.
Medical helminthology.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A57722.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
The Epistle.
A Praemonition.
ΕΛΜΙΝΟΛΟΓΊΑ.
CHAP. I. The Subject matter of the Discourse in General,
SECT. I. Definition, Names, &c. In General.
CHAP. II. Of the matter and origination of Worms.
CHAP. III. Of the several Sorts and Kinds of Worms.
CHAP. IV. Of the Parts affected.
CHAP. V. Of the Parties affected.
SECT. I. Shewing that all Ages are subject to Worms
SUBSECT. I. hewing that Infants from the Womb are molested with Worms.
SUBSECT. II. That Child-hood is incident to Worms.
SUBSECT. III. That the Third Age of Man is incid to Worms.
SUBSECT. IV. That the Fourth Age of Man is prone Worms.
SUBSECT. V. That the Fifth and most flourishing Age is not free and exempt from Worms.
SUBSECT. VI. That the Sixth Age of Man, wherein he is at his strength, is macerated with Worms.
SUBSECT. VII. Shewing that the Seventh and last Age of Man, is likewise incident to Worms.
CHAP. VI. Of the various Causes of Worms.
SECT. I. Of General Causes.
SUBSECT. I. Of Hyper-physical Causes.
MEMBER. I. GOD a Cause and his Angels.
MEMB. II. The Devil and his Imps, Magician Conjurers, Witches, how they m be Causes.
SUBMEMB. I. His Imps a Cause, and how.
ARTICLE I. Of Magicians and Conjurers.
ARTICLE II. Of Witches.
SUBSECT. II. Of Natural Causes Universal.
SECT. II. Of Particular and Secondary Causes.
SUBSECT. I. Of Inward and Innate Causes.
MEMBER. I. Of Natural Causes Congenite.
MEMB. II. Of Parents how Causes by Generation
SUBSECT. II. Of Outward and Adventitious Causes.
MEMB. I. Of Outward, Evident and Remote Causes.
SUBMEMB. I. Of Necessary Causes.
DIVISION. I. Of the Air, how a Cause.
SUBDIVISION. I. Shewing how the Air may be altered, to be∣come a Cause by way of Digression.
DIVISION. II. Of Diet, Meat and Drink, how a Cause.
SUBDIVISION I. Of the several sorts of Food, Causes.
TITLE I. Of Plants for Food, Causes.
TITLE II. Of Beasts of the Field, or Foúrfooted Ani∣mals, how Causes.
SUBTITLE. I. Of eadable things, proceeding from Beasts, or four-footed Creatures, how Causes.
TITLE III. Of Foul, and Birds of the Air for Food, Causes.
SUBTITLE. I. Of Wild Land-Fowl, how Causes.
SUBTITLE II. Of such Fowl as are both Tame and Wild, Causes.
SUBTITLE. III. Of Water-Fowl, how Causes.
SUBTITLE IV. Of Eggs being a Food, proceeding from Birds, how Causes.
TITLE IV. Of Eishes of the Waters for Food, how Causes.
SUBTITLE I. The several Sorts.
TITLE. V. Of Compound-meats, and Sauces, how Causes.
TITLE. VI. Quantity of Meat, how a Cause.
TITLE VII. The Time and Order of Eating, how Causes.
TITLE VIII. Of Custome of Diet, Delight, Appetite, N∣cessity, how they Cause or Mitigate.
SUBDIVISION II. Of the several sorts of Drink, Causes.
TITLE I. Water, how a Cause.
TITLE II. Of wine, how a Cause.
TITLE III. Of Corn Drink, Causes.
TITLE IV. Of Honyed Drinks, Causes.
TITLE. V. Of other Liquors, Causes.
TITLE VI. Of the Quantity of Drink, a Cause.
TITLE. VII. Time of Drinking, a Cause.
TITLE VIII. Custome of Drinking.
DVISION III. Sleeping and Waking, how a Cause.
DIVISION IV. Retention and evacuation of Ordure a Cause.
DIVISION V. Rest and Exercise, a Cause.
DIVISION VI. Passions and Perturbations of the Mind, Causes.
SUBDIVISION I. Of the force of Imagination.
SUBDIVISION. II. Of Anger, how a Cause.
SUBDIVISON III. Too much Joy, a Cause.
SUBDIVISION IV. Of Grief and Sorrow, how a Cause.
SUBDIVISION V. Fear, how a Cause.
MEMB. II. Of Non-necessary, Proximate, Adventiti∣ous, Continuate, and Antecedent Causes.
MEMB. III. Of Continent, Inward, Antecedent, Proxi∣mate and Inordinate Causes, viz. Blood and Humours.
CHAP. VII. Of the Signs of Worms, and the Foun∣tain of Signs in general.
SECT. I. Of the Diagnostick Signs of Worms.
CHAP. VIII. Of the Direful Symptoms introduced by Worms.
CHAP. IX. Of the Prognosticks presaged by Worms.
CHAP. X. Of the Indications, and Method of Cure.
SECT. I. Wherein Air is Rectified.
SECT. II. Diet, Meat and Drink Rectified.
SECT. III. Sleeping and Waking, Rectified.
SECT. IV. Retention and Evacuation, Rectified.
SECT. V. Rest and Exercise, Rectified.
SECT. VI. Passions and Perturbations, Rectified.
An Appendix. Touching some things in the Book unpreli∣minated in the Epistle.
There is lately published, Astronomia Britannica, containing Five Treatises.
READER,
ERRATA.