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Author: Lovell, William, gentleman and traveller.
Title: The Dukes desk newly broken up: wherein is discovered divers rare receipts of physick and surgery, good for men, women and children. Together with several medicines, to prevent, and cure the most pestilent diseases in any cattel. By W. Lovell, Gent. and traveller.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Dukes desk newly broken up: wherein is discovered divers rare receipts of physick and surgery, good for men, women and children. Together with several medicines, to prevent, and cure the most pestilent diseases in any cattel. By W. Lovell, Gent. and traveller.
Lovell, William, gentleman and traveller.

London: printed for John Garway, and are to be sold by J. Andrews at the White-lyon neer Py-Corner, [1661?]
Subject terms:
Medicine
Medicine, Popular
Veterinary medicine
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88618.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE Dukes Desk Newly broken up, &c.
A remedy against the plague, sent to the Lord Mayor of London, by King Henry the Eight.
A Medicine that was taught King Henry the Seventh by his Physitian, against the Pestilence.
For the plague in the guts in man.
Mr. Bakers Medicine for the Cough of the Lungs.
For a Tetter.
To clense the Stomack and make sweet the breath.
A Medicine to dry a Sore
To skin a sore.
For all manner of Paulsies in the Hands
For Worms, Boyls, and Botches.
For the Tooth-ach.
For a sore Throat.
For a Canker in the Mouth
Another for the Cough, or stopping of the breath.
For the hardness of the Spleen.
For a Stitch.
Another for the same.
For windiness, and weakness of the stomack.
For the Yellow Jaundice.
Another for the same.
To stop bleeding at the Nose.
For burning.
For the Piles.
To remove a Disease from the stomack.
For one that is poysoned.
A present remedy for an Ague.
For Spitting of blood.
For the pain in the back.
For a Canker in the mouth.
For a Sore Breast.
For a weak Stomack.
For the Worms.
For the Stone Colick.
For the Dropsie.
To make one sleep.
To stop a loosness.
For a Felon.
To stay the flux.
Medicines for the Cattel.
For the plague in the guts of horses.
To prevent the plague in the guts.
For the Staggers and Yellows.
For the Scratches.
For the Bots.
For the bots and worms.
For the Farcy or by some called the Farcion in a horse.
For a strain in the pastorn joynt.
For the Gravelling af a horse in the foot.
For to make a horse follow his keeper, or Master.
For the Murrain in Cows, Oxen or such like Cattel.
To prevent the Murrain.
For the Murrain in Pigs.
To prevent the Murrain.
For a sheep that hath a rising in the flanck.