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Author: Carew, Richard, Sir, d. 1643?
Title: The warming stone Excellent helps really found out, tried, and had, by a warming stone in his case, which not costing much, will save much cost in fire, and withall avoyd the danger of fire: and likewise is very usefull and comfortable for the colds of aged and sicke people, and for women with child, and in child-bed: as also for fluxes, rheumes, colicks, ruptures, or any cold disease: and for those that in beds, studies, shops, ships, churches, or elsewhere, have need of heate, yet cannot conveniently make use of fire: and likewise for the poore, when having no fire of their owne, they may borrow the heating of this stone at a neighbours fire, if his charity be not altogether cold. These stones with their cases are to be sold at [blank] where more particular satisfaction may be had of the contents of the booke.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The warming stone Excellent helps really found out, tried, and had, by a warming stone in his case, which not costing much, will save much cost in fire, and withall avoyd the danger of fire: and likewise is very usefull and comfortable for the colds of aged and sicke people, and for women with child, and in child-bed: as also for fluxes, rheumes, colicks, ruptures, or any cold disease: and for those that in beds, studies, shops, ships, churches, or elsewhere, have need of heate, yet cannot conveniently make use of fire: and likewise for the poore, when having no fire of their owne, they may borrow the heating of this stone at a neighbours fire, if his charity be not altogether cold. These stones with their cases are to be sold at [blank] where more particular satisfaction may be had of the contents of the booke.
Carew, Richard, Sir, d. 1643?

London: Printed by R[ichard] H[odgkinson] for Iohn Bartlet, at the signe of the gilt Cup in Pauls Church-yard, neere S. Augustines Gate, 1640.
Notes:
By Sir Richard Carew.
Printer's name from STC.
P. 6 misnumbered 8.
Identified as STC 25075 on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Pages creased with slight loss of text; A4 mutilated.
Subject terms:
Space heaters -- Early works to 1800.
Traditional medicine -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A69070.0001.001

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The Warming Stone.
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