|Author:||Rondelet, Guillaume, 1507-1566.|
|Title:||The countrey-man's apothecary: or, a rule by which countrey-men may safely walke in taking physicke. Not unusefull for cities. A treatise, shewing what herbe, plant, root, seed, or minerall, may be used in physick in the room of that which is wanting. Published for the good of the kingdome.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The countrey-man's apothecary: or, a rule by which countrey-men may safely walke in taking physicke. Not unusefull for cities. A treatise, shewing what herbe, plant, root, seed, or minerall, may be used in physick in the room of that which is wanting. Published for the good of the kingdome.
Rondelet, Guillaume, 1507-1566.
London: Printed for Th. Andrews, in Smithfield, neer St Bartholomews gate, 1649.
|Alternate titles:||De succedaneis. English|
To the Reader.
ΠΕΡῚ ΤΩ῀Ν ΑΝΤΙΒΑΛΛΟΜΈΝΩΝ. OR, A Treatise of Succedanea's, One Ingredient used for another in the administring of Physick.
Divers other medicines may be used instead one of the other; provided that their vertue and operation be the same.
I come now to set downe the Succedanea, and first of Rootes.
Succedanea of Herbs
Succedanea of Herbs and Leaves
Succedanea of Seeds.
Succedanea of Juices.
Succedanea of Liquors and Gummes.
Succedanea of Minerals.