|Author:||Jones, John, physician.|
|Title:||The bathes of Bathes ayde: wonderfull and most excellent, agaynst very many sicknesses, approued by authoritie, confirmed by reason, and dayly tryed by experience: vvith the antiquitie, commoditie, propertie, knovvledge, vse, aphorismes, diet, medicine, and other thinges therto be considered and obserued. / Compendiously compiled by Iohn Iones phisition. Anno salutis. 1572. At Asple Hall besydes Nottingham.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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The bathes of Bathes ayde: wonderfull and most excellent, agaynst very many sicknesses, approued by authoritie, confirmed by reason, and dayly tryed by experience: vvith the antiquitie, commoditie, propertie, knovvledge, vse, aphorismes, diet, medicine, and other thinges therto be considered and obserued. / Compendiously compiled by Iohn Iones phisition. Anno salutis. 1572. At Asple Hall besydes Nottingham.
Jones, John, physician.
Printed at London: for william Iones: and are to be solde at his new long shop at the west dore of Pauls Church, 13. Maij. 
Baths -- Therapeutic use
Bath (England) -- Description and travel
TO THE RIGHT HONO∣rable, Henry Earle of Penbrooke, Lord Herbert of Kayerdid. &c.
Christophori Carlili ad Lectorem. Hexametra.
Ioannis Ludi. Archidiaconi Nottingha∣miensis, in laudem, & vsum thermarum nostrarum.
Thomas Churchyarde to the Reader.
Thomas Lupton to the Reader.
¶TO THE GENTLE harted Rear, all he wisheth.
CATHALOGVS AVTHORVM quorum frequenti testimonio in hoc opusculo vsi sumus.
¶ The First Booke, of Bathes ayde.
¶ The second Booke of Bathes ayde.
¶The third Booke, of Bathes ayde.
¶The Fourth Booke, of Bathes ayde.
A Clister to clense the Chol∣lerique.
A Clister to purge the Phlegma∣tique.
A Clister to purge Melan∣chullie.
A Clister to mundifie the bloude.
A Clister to breake wind, and to clense all partes, without daunger, in any complexion, & there∣with comforting.
For the burning of Vrine, a perfect remedie.
The Rheume, or destillacion of the head, is thus taken away.
The losse of the appetite, is recouered with this medicine, or with the ioyce of Pome∣granates, as saith Mesue.
A Prayer made by the Authour of this ayde, to be saide of all persons disseased, méekely knéeling vpon their knées, be∣fore they enter into the Bathes.
A Table of all the principall mat∣ters conteyned in this booke of Bathes ayde, to direct the Readers after the order of the Alphabet to finde any notable matter conteyned in the same.
TO HIS FRIENDS, KINSFOLKES, and Alies, of Bath Bristoll, welles, &c. Iohn Iones, Gentleman, Graduate in Phisike, sendeth gree∣ting.
Faultes escaped in the printing.
Faultes in the Table of the six things not Naturall.