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Author: Moulton, Thomas.
Title: The compleat bone-setter: wherein the method of curing broken bones, and strains, and dislocated joynts, together with ruptures, vulgarly called broken bellyes, is fully demonstrated. Whereunto is added The perfect oculist, and The mirrour of health, treating of the pestilence, and all other diseases incident to men, women and children. Also, the acute judgement of urines. / Written originally by Friar Moulton, of the Order of St. Augustine. Now revised, Englished and enlarged by Robert Turner philomathēs.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The compleat bone-setter: wherein the method of curing broken bones, and strains, and dislocated joynts, together with ruptures, vulgarly called broken bellyes, is fully demonstrated. Whereunto is added The perfect oculist, and The mirrour of health, treating of the pestilence, and all other diseases incident to men, women and children. Also, the acute judgement of urines. / Written originally by Friar Moulton, of the Order of St. Augustine. Now revised, Englished and enlarged by Robert Turner philomathēs.
Moulton, Thomas., Turner, Robert, fl. 1654-1665.

London: Printed by J.C. for Martha Harison, at the Lamb at the east-end of Pauls, 1656. [i.e. 1657]
Subject terms:
Medicine
Materia medica -- Great Britain
Health
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89394.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the truly worthy, and Religious Gentlewoman, Mrs ELIZABETH CRESWEL, Widow, Wife to the Worship∣full Thomas Creswel, late of Heck∣field in Hampshire Esq Decea∣sed, and to his Honorable Me∣mory; Robert Turner humbly dedicates these his studies.
To the Readers.
The Contents.
The PREFACE Sheweth the minde and in∣tent of the Author, in setting forth this treatise: which take as followeth in his own words.
The Compleat BONE-SETTER.
Of broken Bones.
To keep the Bone, being set, that it fall not out again.
A special Oyntment to resist accidents, and strengthen a broken Member.
A Cerecloth for broken Bones.
Another for the same.
For the same.
Another for the same.
For the same.
Another very good for the same, and for other Ruptures.
Another plaister for the same.
A Powder to stanch blood in a wound.
For putrifaction of the Bones.
For Ulcers in broken Bones.
A Plaister for Ulcers.
Of eluxation of the joynts, and to set a Bone put out of joynt.
Another Plaister for the same.
A Salve very good for an extenuated or withered Member.
Another for the same purpose.
Of Ruptures.
For a Tumor or smelling in the groyn or privy parts.
A Salve for the same.
A Salve for the same, to anoynt the whole member.
A Plaister for one that is broken in the Belly.
Another of the same.
Another Plaister for a Rupture.
For the same.
Another excellent Plaister for the same.
A Drinke to be used after this Plaister.
A Pultiss for young Children.
A milde Plaister for Children.
A Drink for a Rupture.
An Oyntment for a Rupture.
Of a Rupture through Wind.
A Clyster for a windy Rupture.
An outward Losion for the same.
Hernia aquosa, or the watry Rupture.
A Drink to purge for the watry Rupture.
Another for the same.
Pills for the same.
To move Urine.
For the same.
To strengthen the Liver, use this Confection.
A Fomentation for the Rupture.
A Plaister for the watery Rupture.
Another Plaister for the same.
A Purge for a Rupture caused through blood or Phlegme.
A Drink for the same.
A Plaister for the same, to take away the Phlegmatick matter.
A Plaister for a fleshy Rupture.
Of the Melancholy blood putrifying in the Cods, which is cal∣led Buris.
A Pultis for the same.
For the same.
Of the falling of the Bowels or Guts into the Cod.
For the same.
Another.
To strengthen the broken place where the Bowels come through.
A good Drink for a Rupture.
A Confection for the same.
The perfect OCULIST.
The first Water is this.
The second Water.
The third Water.
The fourth Water.
The fifth Water.
The sixth Water.
To cleer the sight of the Eyes, a good Water, and for itching thereof.
Another for the same.
To Clarify the sight of the Eyes.
Another for sore Eyes.
For pain in the Eyes.
Another for the pain in the Eye.
Another for sore Eyes.
A good Water for the sight.
Water of Copporas, to make good for the Eyes.
Another Water for sore Eyes, and pain in the Head.
Another Water for sore Eyes.
Another for the same.
Salgem.
For the haw in the Eye.
For dim sight, and bleared Eyes.
An oyntment for sore Eyes, approved.
Another for the same.
Another for the same.
For bleared Eyes.
Another for the same.
For a pin and Webbe in the Eye.
For Eyes that be blasted.
For Eyes that be red, and full of pain.
For Eyes that run with Water.
To cleer the Eyes, a Drink.
For the Perle in the Eye at first.
A precious Water for Eyes, called the Water of Mr. Peter of Spain.
The Powder of Master Peter de Villa Nova.
A Powder for the Eyes, called Bonaventure.
A precious Powder for a pin and Webbe in the Eye.
For a hurt in the Eye, with a Thorn, Stubble, or any other thing.
For the Webbe in the Eye.
Another for sore Eyes.
A Soveraign Medicine that helpeth the sight, and purgeth and clari∣fyeth the Eyes, be they never so bleared.
An excellent Oyntment for the Eyes.
For Rheumatick Eyes.
A Water to wash Rheumatick Eyes.
To asswage and drive away the pain of the Eyes.
For redness in the Eyes.
For the redness of the Eyes.
For the same.
For the same.
For blood-shot Eyes.
Another for pain or redness in the Eyes.
For the same.
An Oyntment for red Eyes.
For hot Eyes.
Another for the same.
For pricking and hot Blysters in the Eyes.
A Water for blystered and pricking Eyes.
Another for the same, to ripen and draw out the corruption, and asswage the pain.
Another for the same.
A Confection, good for all heat, pricking and swelling in the Eyes.
Another Oyntment, to asswage the pain and heat in the Eyes.
Against itching Eyes.
For running Watry Eyes.
For the same.
Another for Watery Eyes.
Another for the same.
Another for running and over∣moist Eyes.
A Salve for watery Eyes, to ease the pain, and stay the defluxion.
A Confection for Watery Eyes, that come of taking cold.
An outward Oyntment for the same.
Another Water for the Eyes, to dry Ca∣tarrhes and cold Rheumes.
A Salve for running Eyes, and for all Im∣posthumes and Pains, Scabs, Wounds, and Bloud-shots in the Eyes.
A precious Water to strengthen the sight.
For spots in the Eye.
Another for spots in the Eyes.
For mists and clouds before the Eyes.
A powder for the same.
Another Powder much commended for the same.
A Honey to be prepared for the mists be∣fore the Eyes.
A Plaister for swollen and extuberated Eyes, as if they would fall out.
A Pomander for to strengthen and help a feeble and dim sight.
A Powder to strengthen the sight.
A Powder to be strewed upon the Head, to strengthen and pre∣serve the sight.
A Water to preserve and strengthen the sight, used by the Emperour Frederick the third.
Another to preserve the sight.
Another for the same.
A Confection for a bad sight, called Ele∣ctuarium Oculiste, or the Oculists Electuary.
Another Confection to preserve and strengthen the sight.
Tabulats to strengthen the sight.
An excellent Water for the Eyes.
A Potion to purge for a weak sight.
A Powder to strengthen the sight.
A Medicine to strengthen the sight, and for those that be purblind.
The Mirrour of HEALTH. Of Aches, Meagrims, and other Diseases in the Head.
A Drink for the Head-ach.
Another for the same.
A Water for the Head-ach.
To cleanse the Head, Breast and Stomack, and cause a good appetite.
To cease Aches and swellings causd of Sores and Wounds in the Head.
For the Meagrim in the Head, Imposthume, Dropsie, Feaver, and all Aches in the Head.
For the Meagrim.
For the Head-ach, that proceedeth from hot and Cholerick causes.
Outward Applications for the Head-ach, proceeding from hot causes.
Another for the same, more strong.
Drink for the Head-ach.
A Clyster, to provoke the Body to go to Stool.
Another.
A Decoction to open the Body for the same.
Another for the same, and to coole the Body.
Pills for the Head-ach.
A sweet Ball or perfume for the Head-ach.
A Gargarisme for the Head-ach.
A Clyster for the same.
A Conserve for the Head-ach.
Another for the same, called Electua∣rium Vitis.
A good Drink for a Head-ach of cold.
A Powder for a cold pain, and Rheume in the Head.
A Lotion or Water, to Bath and Wash the feet for the Head-ach.
For Deafness.
Another for the same.
Another for the same.
For Pain in the Ears.
Another for pains in the Ears.
Against Noise and Hissing, or Singing in the Ears.
A Fumigation for Noise in the Ears.
To stanch bleeding at the Nose.
To Ripen an Imposthume in the Ear.
Another for the same.
To draw out the matter, cleanse and heal an Imposthume in the Ear.
Another for all kinds of Imposthumes in the Ears.
For the Tooth-ach.
Another for the same.
Another for the same.
Of the Tooth-ach that cometh of Worms.
Another to fasten loose Teeth.
To make a Tooth fall out of it self.
Here follows another receipt for the same purpose, which you may use as you like it; it will not cost you much.
For stinking Teeth.
To make Teeth white.
For an Imposthume in the Gums.
Another for the same.
For losse of Speech.
An Electuary for losse of Speech.
Another for the same.
Against Hoarseness, a dry Cough, and all infections of the Lungs, and Breast, proceeding of heat and dry'th; from whence a Con∣sumption follows.
A hot Confection for a tough, flegma∣tick, and slymy Cough; so that the Patient cannot get up any thing, for a wheezing and short Breath.
A Drink for the same.
For them that speak in their sleep.
Another for the same.
For them that spit Bloud.
For a stinking Breath.
Another for the same.
Another for the same.
For a cold and Cough.
For a Man or Woman that hath great sickness in the sides, and cannot well draw their wind, nor Cough, for pain.
For a Cough.
Of the Tumor or swelling in the Throat, called the Squinancy.
To strengthen the Memory; an Experi∣ment of Johannes Coletus, taught him by a Jew. A Gargarisme to cleanse the Head for the Memory.
Then use this Drink for the Memory, to draw superfluous Moisture out of the Head.
A Potion to procure steep in Frantick people.
Another for the same.
An Oyntment or Salve to cause sleep.
For the same.
A Clyster against the shaking Palsey.
A Powder for the Head, against the sha∣king Palsey.
An excellent Confection, which resisteth Poyson, and defendeth the Heart against all Contagion and Infecti∣on; comforteth the Stomack, & helpeth the Palsey, or the trembling of the Joynts.
For the dead Palsy.
Pills to purge for the dead Palsy.
A Syrrup for the dead Palsy.
A Clyster for the dead Palsey.
A Powder to strew on the Patients meat, in stead of spice, that hath the dead Palsey.
A bath for the dead Palsey.
An Oyntment for the dead Palsey, Cramp and cold Gout.
A Powder against the falling sickness.
A Clyster for the falling sickness.
A Confection for the same.
Lozenges for the Cough and Rheume.
Other Lozenges for a Cough.
An Oyntment for pain in the back.
A Clyster for a pleurisy of heat and blood.
An Oyntment for Scabs, and breaking out in the Legges.
How the Body is to be Governed against Pestilential, and infectious Ayres.
Against infection.
Another Oyntment to anoynt the Heart, not only for those that are well, but for those that are already infected.
A Pomander to smell to in Summer, for them that be of a hot Complexion.
Another Pomander to be used in Plague-time.
Pills preservative against the Plague.
A Confection to strengthen and preserve nature against corrupt and Pestilent Airs.
A Powder against the Plague.
A Confection to cause sweat, when one is infected of the Plague.
A Diaphoretical Potion, that expelleth the Contagion of the Plague, and all Venom and Pestilent Diseases.
An Oil to provoke sweat, and expel the Venome of the Plague.
Another to draw out the Plague-sore.
To kill the Plague-soar.
To clense the Ulcer, and ingender new flesh when other accidents are past.
OF URINES.
How to know Mans Urine from Womans, and Beasts from Man or Woman.
Of the Regions of the Urine.