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Author: Talbor, Robert, Sir, 1642-1681.
Title: Pyretologia, a rational account of the cause & cure of agues with their signes diagnostick & prognostick. Also some specifick medicines prescribed for the cure of all sorts of agues; with an account of a successful method of the authors for the cure of the most tedious and dangerous quartans. Likewise some observations of cures performed by the aforesaid method. Whereunto is added a short account of the cause and cure of feavers, and the griping in the guts, agreeable to nature's rules and method of healing. Authore Rto Talbor pyretiatro.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Pyretologia, a rational account of the cause & cure of agues with their signes diagnostick & prognostick. Also some specifick medicines prescribed for the cure of all sorts of agues; with an account of a successful method of the authors for the cure of the most tedious and dangerous quartans. Likewise some observations of cures performed by the aforesaid method. Whereunto is added a short account of the cause and cure of feavers, and the griping in the guts, agreeable to nature's rules and method of healing. Authore Rto Talbor pyretiatro.
Talbor, Robert, Sir, 1642-1681.

London: printed for R. Robinson, and are to be sold at his shop near Greys-Inne Gate in Holborn, 1672.
Notes:
The first word of the title has been transliterated from the Greek.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Fever -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine -- Early works to 1800.
Drugs -- Prescribing -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62501.0001.001

Contents
title page
To his worthy Friends B. Ayle∣more, A. Blackwell, Esquires; Mr. R. Alchorn, Mr. W. Thorn∣ton, Citizens; and the rest of those worthy persons that have been my Patients.
To the Reader.
To his Friend the Author on his Πυρετολογια.
medical treatise
The Introduction to the Discourse of Agues.
CAP. I. Of the Ʋse and Offices of the Spleen and Stomach.
1. Of the use and office of the Spleen.
2. Of the use and office of the Stomach.
CAP. II. A discourse of the cause of Inter∣mitting Feavers or Agues.
CAP. III. Of the Diagnostick Signs of Inter∣mitting Fevers, or Agues.
Of the Diagnostick Signs of par∣ticular Agues.
First of Quotidian Agues.
Of the signs Diagnostick in Ter∣tian Agues.
Of the Signes Diagnostick in Quartan Agues.
CAP. IV. Of the Prognosticks in Agues.
Of the Prognosticks in Quotidian Agues.
Of the Prognosticks in Tertian Agues.
Of the Prognosticks in Quartan Agues.
CAP. V. Of the several Remedies used for the cure of Agues.
Of Medicines used in the cure of Quotidians.
Topicks.
Of Medicines used in Tertians.
Emeticks.
Diaphoreticks.
Topicks to the Wrist and Feet.
Of Medicines used in Quartans.
Digestives.
Emeticks.
Diaphoreticks.
Topicks.
Spleneticks.
CAP. VI. Of Charms used for the cure of Agues, how they operate; with the dangerous consequences that have attended the use of them.
CAP. VII. The Author's particular method of curing all sorts of Agues.
CAP. VIII. Of the proper Diet to be observed by such as have Agues, and during my method of curing Agues.
1. Diet to be observed in the Quotidian.
2. Diet to be observed in the Tertian.
3. Diet to be observed in the Quartan.
CAP. IX. Observations of this successful method in some long tedious Quartans, complicated with other Chronick diseases.
1. Observation in Essex.
2. Observation in Essex.
3. Observation in London.
4. Observation in London.
Appendix. Nature's Method in time of Sickness, and by what means she opposeth her Enemies.
SECT. I.
SECT. II. Natures several Indications in Chronick and Acute diseases, according to which the Physi∣cian ought to frame his method of Cure.
SECT. III. A Discourse of the cause and cure of continuing Fevers.
Of the signs Diagnostick of Putrid Fevers.
Of the signs Prognostick.
Of the signs Diagnostick of Malig∣nant Fevers.
Of the signs Prognostick in Malig∣nant Fevers.
SECT. IV. A discourse of the cause of Fe∣vers.
SECT. V. Of proper Diet (to be observed) in Fevers.
SECT. VI. Of the method of curing putrid Fevers.
SECT. VII. Of the method of curing malig∣nant Fevers.
SECT. VIII. A discourse of the disease called the Griping of the Guts.
Of the signs Diagnostick of the Griping of the Guts.
Prognosticks in the Griping of the Guts.
SECT. IX. Of the cause of the Griping of the Guts.
SECT. X. Of the method of curing the Gri∣ping of the Guts.
ERRATA.
The Contents.