|Author:||Record, Robert, 1510?-1558.|
|Title:||The judgment of urines. By Robert Record Doctor of Physick. Whereunto is added an ingenious treatise concerning physicians, apothecaries, and chirurgeons, set forth by an eminent physitian in Queen Elizabeths dayes. With a translation of Papius Ahalsossa concerning apothecaries confecting their medicines; worthy perusing, and imitating.|
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The judgment of urines. By Robert Record Doctor of Physick. Whereunto is added an ingenious treatise concerning physicians, apothecaries, and chirurgeons, set forth by an eminent physitian in Queen Elizabeths dayes. With a translation of Papius Ahalsossa concerning apothecaries confecting their medicines; worthy perusing, and imitating.
Record, Robert, 1510?-1558., Pape, Joseph, 1558-1622.
London: printed, and are to be sold by Peter Parker at the Leg and Star in Cornhil; against the Royal Exchange, 1679.
"A translation of Papius concerning apothecaries" is a translation of Pape's Tractatus de medicamentorum praeparationibus; published in Wittenberg in 1612.
Imperfect; stained and tightly bound with some loss of text.
Reproduction of the original in the Sion College Library, London.
Urine -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine, Popular -- Early works to 1800.
To the Reader.
THE URINALL OF PHYSICK.
CHAP. I. Of the Division and Order of this Book.
CHAP. II. How Ʋrine is ingendred in Man and how it passeth forth.
Of the Instrument and parts by which Ʋrine is engendred and passeth, mark this Figure following.
CHAP. III. What Ʋrine is, and what tokens it giveth in generall.
CHAP. IIII. Of the form of the Ʋrinall, and of the p and time meet to judge urine, and how it should be received.
CHAP. V. How many things are to be considered in Ʋrine.
CHAP. VI. What a perfect Ʋrine is, and also how ma∣ny wayes all parts of the Ʋrine may be altered in a healthful man.
The difference of Ʋrine by age in men.
Of the Ʋrine of Women by age.
The diversity of Ʋrines, according to the times of the yeer.
CHAP. VII. What be the generall qualities that alte the parts of Ʋrine.
CHAP. VIII. The significations of the parts of Ʋrine particularly.
Of Claret and red Ʋrine.
Of Crimson colour.
Of Purple Colour.
Of Green Ʋrines.
Of Oilie Ʋrine, or Popinjay Green.
Of blew Ʋrine, Ash-colour, and Black.
CHAP. IX. Of difform Contents.
CHAP. X. Of the Garland and other like things.
CHAP. XI. Of the Commodities and Medicines of Ʋrine.
Of the Diseases touching Ʋrines, and the Remedies for the same.
Medicines for the stone, both in the Reins and Bladder.
Medicines which doe provoke urine.
Medicines for the Strangurie.
Medicines for the pissing evill.
Additions. Of the diversities of Colours, and of the making of them.
The Exposition of certain VVords.