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Author: Marriott, John, d. 1653.
Title: The English mountebank: or, a physical dispensatory, wherein is prescribed, many strange and excellent receits of Mr Marriot,: the great eater of Grays-Inn: with the manner how he makes his cordial broaths, pills, purgatious [sic], julips, and vomits, to keep his body in temper, and free from surfeits. With sundry directions, 1 How to make his cordial broath. 2 His pills to appease hunger. 3 His strange purgation; never before practised by any doctor in England. 4 The manner and reason, why he swallows bullets & stones. 5 How he orders his bak'd meat, or rare dish on Sundays. 6 How to make his new fashion fish-broath. 7 How to make his sallet, for cooling of the bloud. 8 How to make his new dish, called a frigazee: the operation whereof, expells all sadness and melancholy.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The English mountebank: or, a physical dispensatory, wherein is prescribed, many strange and excellent receits of Mr Marriot,: the great eater of Grays-Inn: with the manner how he makes his cordial broaths, pills, purgatious [sic], julips, and vomits, to keep his body in temper, and free from surfeits. With sundry directions, 1 How to make his cordial broath. 2 His pills to appease hunger. 3 His strange purgation; never before practised by any doctor in England. 4 The manner and reason, why he swallows bullets & stones. 5 How he orders his bak'd meat, or rare dish on Sundays. 6 How to make his new fashion fish-broath. 7 How to make his sallet, for cooling of the bloud. 8 How to make his new dish, called a frigazee: the operation whereof, expells all sadness and melancholy.
Marriott, John, d. 1653.

London: Printed for George Horton, 1652.
Subject terms:
Medicine
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89549.0001.001

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The English Mountebank: OR, A new Physical Dispensatory: By J. Mar∣riot of Grayes-Inn, Gent. Wherein is prescribed his rare Conceits, never before practis'd or admi∣nistred by any Doctor: Also, the manner how he makes his Cordial Broaths, Pills, Purgations, Julips, and Vomits, to keep his body in temper, and free from surfeits, &c.
How to make his Cordiall Broath.
How to make his Pills to appease hunger, ordinarily carryed about him.
How he makes a Purgation.
Why he swallowes Bullets and Stones.
How he orders his baked meat, or his rare Dish on Sundays.
How to make his rare Fish-broath.
How to make his cooling Sallet, to cool the bloud.
How to make Mr. Marriots Dish, called a Frigazee.