|Author:||Walwyn, William, fl. 1667-1696.|
|Title:||Physick for families discovering a safe way, and ready means, whereby every one at sea or land, may with Gods assistance be in a capacity of curing themselves, or their relations, in all distempers or extremities, without any the hazards, troubles, or dangers, over usual, in all other wayes of cure.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Physick for families discovering a safe way, and ready means, whereby every one at sea or land, may with Gods assistance be in a capacity of curing themselves, or their relations, in all distempers or extremities, without any the hazards, troubles, or dangers, over usual, in all other wayes of cure.
Walwyn, William, fl. 1667-1696.
London: Printed by J. Winter, and are to be sold by Robert Horn ..., 1669.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
To the reader signed: W.W.
Attributed William Walwyn. cf. NUC pre-1956.
Medicine -- 15th-18th centuries.
To the Reader.
PHYSICK FOR Families, &c.
I shall here acquaint them with their particular Titles, Vertues, and Uses, with all requisite Circum stances as followeth.
As 1. Refugium vitae.
2. Sanguis vitae.
3. Adjutrix vitae.
4. Vis vitae.
5. Succus vitae.
6. Lac vitae.
7. Radix vitae.
8. Nutrix vitae.
9. Salus vitae.
10. Medulla vitae.
11. Deliciae vitae.
12. Stella vitae.
13. Ignis vitae.
14. Flos vitae.
15. Elixar vitae.
16. Vita vitae.
Some whereof to manifest that they are still the same both in Efficacy, and in Performance, I shall here recite as followeth.
RIVERIƲ'S Observations, page 36, 37, &c.