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Author: Blégny, Monsieur de (Nicolas), 1652-1722.
Title: The English remedy, or, Talbor's wonderful secret for cureing of agues and feavers sold by the author Sir Robert Talbor to the Most Christian King, and since his death ordered by His Majesty to be published in French for the benefit of his subjects ; and now translated into English for publick good.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The English remedy, or, Talbor's wonderful secret for cureing of agues and feavers sold by the author Sir Robert Talbor to the Most Christian King, and since his death ordered by His Majesty to be published in French for the benefit of his subjects ; and now translated into English for publick good.
Blégny, Monsieur de (Nicolas), 1652-1722., Talbor, Robert, 1642-1681.

London: Printed by J. Wallis for Jos. Hindmarsh, 1682.
Notes:
Attributed to Nicolas de Blégny--NUC pre-1956 imprints, and to Sir Robert Talbor--Wing.
Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Medicine -- 15th-18th centuries.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62495.0001.001

Contents
title page
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THE BOOKSELLER TO THE READER.
THE ENGLISH REMEDY: OR, TALBOR's WONDERFUL SECRET.
The first infusion of Quinquina, or the Jesuits Powder making a part of the English Remedy.
Directions given by the most Chri∣stian King's Chief Physitian, concerning the use of this first infusion.
The second infusion of Quinquina, making part of the English Re∣medy.
Directions given by the King's Chief Physitian, concerning the Ʋse of this second infusion.
The third infusion of Quinquina, making part of the English Re∣medy,
Directions given by the Kings chief Physitian concerning the use of the third Infusion.
The Essence or Tincture of Quin∣quina, making part of the English Remedy.
Directions given by the Kings chief Physician; concerning the use of the Essence or Tincture of Quinquina.
An Opiat prepared with Quinqui∣na, making part of the English Remedy.
Directions given by the Kings Chief Physician, concerning the use of the Opiat.
A Purging Wine making part of the English Remedy.
Directions given by the Kings Chief Physitian, concerning the use of this Purging-Wine.
Other Directions given by the Kings Chief Physitian, concern∣ing what is to be observed during the course of the English Remedy.
Other Observations of the Kings chief Physician, concerning the Virtues of the English Remedy.
Observations of the Kings chief Physician, concerning the pra∣ctice of Sir Robert Talbor, in the prepation and distributi∣on of his Remedy.
An Excellent Febrifuge.
Reflections upon the use of this Febrifuge.
The History of Opium.